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The three top scorers in the lunlor 4-H state horse iudging competition (1 to r)-- Carol Cap wood of Parkman, 509 points; Llnda Linklater of Hulett, 481; and Linda Leeper of Jackson,484. The Crook County junior team was second. It included Miss Link. later, Kim Shaw and Carla Link- later. In the senior division, NOTI C E 'I~he Crook County High ,School Di~l~t Board is ~here~ taking ~ppli,cafions for a driver ,to drive a school ,bus for the 1969-70 school year in,to Belle Fourehe High School, Belle Fourehe, So. Dak. frown Colony, Wyoming. Salary - $180.00 per month. Ap- plioations should be sent to: Mrs. Claudis Carr, Depu.ty Clerk Crook County High school Dist. Board Sund,an~ce, Wyoming 82729 and shmlld he received before August 7th, 1969 at ~hich rime the Board wfl~ consider same. The Board reserves the right to reject all ap@lieations. Publish July 31, 1969. (,Last Week) ~Ir. and Mrs. Bob Arpan and boy o~ Al~ada were Friday sup. per guests of Whitneys. Mrs. Chester W~hi~ey ~and Kim were Saturday evening callers ~t Mrs. Sturgis Livestock Exchange The Modern Auction MODERN RING SCALES that show the average weight of the cattle before they are sold, attracts buyers. Ph.347.2575 Collect Buying or Selling A Good Place to Do Business "WEONESDAYS" Kathryn Russe,lls in HuLett. Mrs. Harry Seaggin and Susan attended orientaion at Laramie Monday and Tuesday ,where S~s- ,an enrolled .for her Freshm,an year at the University. Mr. and Mrs. ,Harry Seoggin, Oanny and B,ol~by R'oberts were BeLle F~urche shoppers on Friday and Edna and Danny kept dental ap- pointments. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Foster were Saturday a,~ternoon visitors *at the Scoggins. Susan Sco.ggin ,went to Bel~e Fourche Saturday evening to spend the week-end with friends. Carrie Foster spent the week- end camping at Keyhole wi.th her son and family ,and drove to Gil- lette on Saturday evening and stayed overnight w}~h ,her sister. ~Mrs. Clyde Raber took the 4-H girls ,to ~oorcroft on Wednesday or the 2nd ,Home Ec. judging, they were Anna and Becky Dor- sett, Rorie Raber ,and Penny and Terry ,Ridinger. Thursday visitors a~ the Ibay ~ors~tts ~vere blr. and ~rs. David Iba~h and family of ~inneapotis ~vho were on their way home from Calif. ~Ir. and Mrs. Itay D~rsett and .Frank were Belle Fourehe and Desdwood shoppers on Friday. Hea~ rain showers the past *week have ~bout brought baying operations to a stop in this area. Charlie Moore returned to his Imme Wednesday after an ex- tended stay in ~the ,hospital in R pid City. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Whitney and Kim, Ron .Raber and Velda Brimm~r were Betle Fourche Shoppers on Wednesday. ~r. and iMrs. Gene Brim,mer and Lindy Bartlett were Thursday evening callers at WhRneys to get Velda. UPPER LITTLE MISSOURI (Last Week) Barbara C~ark, The a Nuckolls and Wynona Tramhie abtended e in S FLANNEL, wide variety of_ patterns, 36" width, yd. 69 Golden Gate MIX & MATCH Rayon acetate, 45", wonder- ful for winter skirts, suits, dresses ................. $1.99 yd. PERMANET PRESS in prints, 45", $1.29 yd. PERMANENT PRESS WOV- EN PLAIDS, $1.49 yd. BONDED MATERIAL, plaids, solids, patterns, $3.75 to $4.98 yd. Ashley's Crook Courdy placed fourth. Team members were Linds and Sully Simons, Beulah, and Bruce Connally, Sundanco. the Wogl Growers Auxiliary meeting in S und~nce July 14. Sam Jolley ,attended a Co-Op meeting in I-Iule~t Tuesday, night. H~ail damage ,has been qu~te e~ctensive in this area. Windows were broken at the Oavley Storm and Lee Tromble places. Lindy Ba~lett was in Spear- fish l~ast week to consult a den- tist. Sam and Paulie Jolley were afternoon cMlevs at Ernie Smith's hst Wednesday. Ray Stoddard was an after. n,oon caller at Dilck Aekermans last Menday. Dick and Esther Aekerman Shopped in Belle Fourc~he on Tht~rsday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gil,lette of Belle Four,he visited at the Ack- err~an home last Monday eve- nin~g. "I~hose abtending .a Tu~perware party at Jean Stins~ns on July 14 were: Donn~ ~antz, Jessie Johnson, ~r. Larry Jo~hnson, Betty Stull, ~,amie Stoddard, B~ty Rush, ~elen Shaw, Ltmflle Shann~, Jackie Holmes, Nadine Wo~, Mrs. Sward, Eve Neiman Norvaa Stinson, l~au~ie and ~ffle Johnson a,nd the de~n~nstra,tor, Louise Addison. Severn,1 children also were in attendance. Bob Jolley kept a der~tal ap. poi,ntment in Spearfish on Thurs- day. Merle Clark is ~e~ping Marvin Snook with ,haying. ~YFamie Stoddard, ~elena Ista and Barbara Chrk ,wen~t to New- castle .Saturday to meet some girls roturning Crom Fort Cotlins, Colorado. They ,had been ~ a National FI-IA Convention. A meetir~g of the Caun~ry Pound Peelers was held: ~t Barb- ara Clarks h rae Thursday, eve- ning. Steve Versaniek, the new Ag teacher in ttulett was o~t visRing the F F A boys on Wednesday I-Ie is from Iountain View, Wy- oming. He eal~ed on Merle Clark, 'l~and~ Borehgrevin,k, and the Bartleg ,boys. Bob and Effie Jolley, and Mrs. Sam Jolley and girls attended the ,New H~ven Farm Bureau pi.enie July 14. After supper, Mrs. Art Wood sh,owed slides o~ Afriea vhere she had been a Peace Corps ~ovker. E~id Frisbee sh~v- ed slides of Mexico. Karen Jolley attended a birth- d*ay party at the J~v ,Nuckolls home ,Friday a~ernvon. Rev. and Mrs. Axm~ann were making Halls in this area on Fri- day evening. CALL FOR BIDS School District No. 29, ttu~let,t, Wyo., wiLL reeei~ve .sealed bids until August 15 for the removal .of two school buildings: Storm Sohool and Toilet. Bids may be ~nade for both or separately; AnteLope G~leh Seh~l. Prospec- ,five bidders must remove build- ings from site no later ~han 90 days ~f~er vcceptar~ce of bids. Bids sh~ttld be ~n~a~led ,to Dean ,Bush, Clerk, School District No. 29, H~ale~, Wyoming with notation: "Storm School Bid" or "Antelope Gtflch School Bid". Bids will be opened &ttgust 15. The S(~hool ,Board reserves the rigtbt to reject any or all bids. July 2431, 1969. N. R. 66 W. Sixth piM. W~', Notice Of Application For and protests, ff any there~ Retail Malt Beverage Permit Notice is hereby given th~ on against ~he issuance ~. ~,~ the 22 day ~f July, 1969, (one) lbcense will be heard ,a~ ~e ~ Fred W. Tschetter for Fred D.of 2:00 ,P. M on the 22 a~ Tschetter, Fred W. Tschetter & Au.gust, 19~ in the C ,..,, Gary L. Jensen, a partnershipsioners Rovm, Cattrt House, ~ filed ~n application for ,a Retail MMt Beverage Permit in the of- fice of the Clerk of Che County of Crook ~or the following de- scribed premises, to-wit: a room in a frame building situ.a~e on vnetes and bounds d,ance, Wyo. I.tejd mrmis Clerk I~ated July 22 1969. July 24-31--Aug. "/-14. THE SUNDANCE TIMES..a Sundance, Wyo. July :11, lW' descril~tion ,i~ Sec. 27, T. 51 l SUMMER OFFICE HOURS 8 e. m. to S p. m., Mort. through Fri. ] | DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE STATE OF WYOMING NATIONAL UNION INOEMNITY COMPANY 102 Malden Lane, New York, New York 10005 Business in Wyoming for the Year Ending December 3!~t, 1965 In,surance Written .......................................... Gross Premiums Receive~ 0 Losses Paid Lasses Incurred TotM Admitted Assets .......... ~ .................. $8,509,102.36 1~ Liabilities Except Cap,el $7,~}9_'.N~n C~apital Stock Paid U*p ...................... ~'~'~,~ 00 , St~rplns o~er Li:abfl~t~e.s .......................... o,u~,- Total Li,abillities, Capital & Surplus ....... $8,509,102.36 ..,~ Income During Year En~Ing December 31, 1968 ..... $ Expenditures ~or year ending December 31st, 1968 Pursuant to Sectio~z 73, Wyomir~g Inst~anee Code. I ce~.~'~ to the best of my lmo~vle4ge and belief, the i,r~surer ~bove ,_~ t~ tn all respects i.n ,compliance with the laws of this sta~e' re~'l~ insurance and it is d.uly authorized to trans~ct the business anee in the ;State ~f Wy~miag. W:i~l,liam G. W, alton, lnsu~an~ee CoCm'~~'a# Dated July 2, 1969. Publ~sh July 24-31--Au,gust 7-14-21-28 -. DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE STATE OF WYOMING NEW YORK GUARANTY CORPORATION 501 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10017 _., for the Year Ending December 31st~ 19~ Business In W~omlng Insurance Wn~ten .......... Gross Premiums Received Losses PMd Losses ,Incurred --" W. F. Newland Established 1885 James I. Founder M~ager GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY PRICED Newland & Son COLONY, WYOMING g & Comp For a limited time we are moth proofin a woolens at no extra charge. NEWCASTLE, WYOMING FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY ON Spearfish