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BUy War Bonds The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming County Men In Armed Forces Chester Ellis Hemler is the tot Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hem- Sundance. He attended at Sundance and would been in the graduating class had he not enlisted in army August 5, 1943. He is orderly in the surgical of Schick General where his address is U ASF, Clinton, Iowa. EI- 20 Years of age. "----------X Items daughter Etta Marie Chittim of Sundance visited at Douis Sheldon and Hugh Davidson homes last week. Jean Sheldon left last Thursday to visit her relatives in Washing- ton state. The Hulett primary electlou was the smallest in years; there were only 70 votes cast. The Hulett W'oman's club served lunch election day and plan to do so again for the gen- eral election. Mr. and Mrs. Erna Ista and son and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stoddard and daughters were in Friday night and took in the bond rally program. Marilee Chittim is visiting at the Delbert Williamson and Hugh Davidson home this week. She spent Saturday evening with Sallie Ann Bush. DAUGHTER BORN Mr. and Mrs. Hulett Wood are the parents of an 8 lb. daughter born at the McGregor home in Spearfish Sunday morning. Ione Martlnez, who is working at the F. A. Bush ranch, spent the week end with her mother. Oliver Brimmer. who has been helping care for his brother, Sher- man, returned to his home in South Dakota last week. Jim I)ahl Bush is helping his grandfather herd bheep and thinks it grand to be camping out. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen of Laramie were visiting relatives here this week. They brought Betty Rlchey home. Guy Kimsey and Mrs. Billy Rae Ripley is visiting her "//ewes were here from grandmother in Gillette this and assisted with the week. S. 3. Brlmmer is still confined to his bed. Mrs. Chep Tromble is taking care of him at night now. Mrs. Fred Borne was rushed to the Belle Fourche hospital Friday where she underwent an appen- dectomy immediately. Bill Morris has been visiting friends here the past week. X ALADDIN 4-H CLUB Donabel Nickelson entertained the 4-H club at her home Thurs- day, July 20. All but two mem- bers were present. The girls brought their slips which were finished and practiced Judging them. Madeline Rlpley gave a demonstration on how to make a continuous placket. Marjorie Hejde made lemon pies for her project. A joint 4-H picnic with thhe boy's Aladdin Hustler's club was planned for Aug. 3 to be held at the Ripley's home. After lunch games were played. X. DEVILS TOWER H0]EEMAKERS The Devils Tower Homemakers club met at the home of Mrs. Doris Bentz on July 19. Seven members and two visitors, Mrs. Agnes White and Mrs. Nadtne Overseth were present. We dis- cussed making scrap books for the veterans in the hospitals in the United States. The hostess served a luncheon of sandwiches, jello with whipped cream and kool-aid. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Mel Storm on Aug. 16. Roll call will be answered by sewing problems hints, or a good pattern we have. The clothing demon- stration will ,be returned then. X' Typewriter Ribbons at The Times of the votes Tuesday. Charley Rltchie received Report of School District Treasurer from her husband who DISTRICT NO. 4 at Long Beach, Oalif., that FUNDS RECEIVED AND DISBURSED DU~G YEAR receive a furlough begin- A~tgust 1. Charley, who is CABH R]~.,CE~ is now with the eno Balance on hand beginning of fiscal year (school year closes corps, on third Saturday in June) 876.13 K. J. Barnes and son, Received from Government Oil Royalty Fund 124.94 left Sunday for Denver, Received from State School Lend Income F~nd 153.48 They were accompan- Received from General County School Tax-on basis of num- Frank Cubblson who will ber of teachers and bus drivers 202.30 medical attention there. Received from Poll Tax $4.00 91ant to visit relatives while Received from Special District Tax 395.00 l~ecetved from State and Federal Aid for Vocational Educa- Maurice Williams and tion, Americanization, Special Classes 235.78 are visiting Mrs. G. W. Gillette. TOTAL $2,051.63 Twiford and son were callershere Tuesday CASH ~F, NDED ~oorcr~ft. INSTRUCTION-- business brought John Rural teachers 317.20 Federal withholding tax 64.60 and son in from the Teacher retirement fund 12.60 ~ountry Monday. John Other instructional supplies and expenses 53.89 Was also in on business OPERATION OF PLANT--- to his school district. Fuel, water, light, power 33.00 ]~abte Handcock was re- Janitors' supplies 6.00 the hospital Tuesday Other expenses of operation 3.00 to her home here. Koop of Upton underwent Balance on hand at close of fiscal year 1,056.34 Tuesday. Borchgrevink of Hulett TOTAL $2,051.63 surgery at the Davis Monday. Jack Brosa returned to THE STATE OF WYOMING ) at Oshoto Tuesday. She ) ss. a patient in the hospital County of Crook ) Week after undergoing I, HARRY REYNOLDS, Treasurer of District No. 4, Crook Coun- ty, State of Wyoming, do hereby certify the within report and fore- ""-------~x going to be correct. HARRY REYNOLDS, Treasurer of District Hulett Branding ato June 19, 1944. ]I0n Report of School District Treasurer DISTRICT NO. 5 LUd Mrs. Robert Jolley FUNDS RECEIVED AND DISBURSED DURING YEAR in town Friday eve- CASH RECElltT Bob gave a violin solo at Balance on hand beginning of fiscal year (school year closes rally, on third Saturday in June) $1,217.59 Mrs. J .A. Herndon of Received from Government Oil Royalty F-and 124.94 Mo. are guests at Received from State School Land Income Fund 366.96 Bush ranch. Mrs. Received from General County School Tax on basis of num- qmd Mrs. Bush are sis- her of teachers and bus drivers 168.30 Received from Poll Tax 128.00 Watts and Mrs. Sld' Received from Special District Tax 1,$45.00 came over with Chits. Friday evening and TOTAL $3,250.79 the rally. aud Mra Ned Davtdson CASH EXPENDED Janeth and Mr. and ADM~NISTRATION-- Davidson spent Sunday School board expense 22.50 G. H. Davldson home. Federal withholding tax ..... , ..... 22.60 John of Btur&is, S. D.,Teacher retirement fund 14.00 home for the week-end. INSTRUCTION--- l~avidson family plan Rural teaz.hers 869.40 to Sturgis this fall. Text 154.56 ]~Achardaon and grand-Library 19.76 In The Black Hills of Wyo. ;Teaching supplies OPERATION OF PLANT--- Salaries Fuel, water, light, power Janitors' supplies Other expenses of operation MAINTENANCE OF PLANT-- Materials and mlpplies AUXILIARY SERVICES-- Tuition Transportation FIXED CHARGES-- Insurance and surety bonds 8.00 46.01 12.50 33.22 3.48 55.0~) Balance on hand at close of fiscal year 1,611.08 TOTAL, $3,360.TD THE STATE OF WYOMING ) )sL County of Crook ) I, LENA TAUCK, Treasurer of District No. 5, Crook County, State of Wyoming, do hereby certify the within report and foregoing to be correct. /.,ENA TA~UCK, Treasurer of District Date June 19, 1944. Ill I 2--John Deere Rod Weeders 2--10 In. Letz Feed Grinders 1--John Deere Model D Tractor on rub- her with starter and lights. 1--Wisconsin Air-cooled 1 to 3 Horse engine. 3--John Deere All-Steel Wagons Sundance NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Democratic County Committee of Crook County, Wyoming, in compliance with the law, will meet at Sundance Court- house at 2:00 o'clock, p. m., on the 31st day of July, 1944, for the purpose of electing a County Chairman, County Chairwoman, S t a t e Committeeman, State Committeewoman and Secretary and for the transaction of such other business as may be presented for con- sideration. Dated this 25th day of July, 1944: RUSSELL H. TWIFORD, Chairman, Democratic County Committee, Crook County, Wyo. II I IIIII 1