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Keith Dickinson, Stroner, pres- ident of the Horse Creek Roping Club; Sam Stinson, club member elf Stroner, and John Paterson, Sundance, take a break from re. pairing stock per~ at the Rodeo grounds. Members of the roping club, which sponsors the rodeo, and several Sundance volunteers have been working the past week getting grounds in shape for the show, Aug. 12 and 13. NOTICE OF BUS INSURANCE BIDS Crook County High School Board, Sundance, Moorcroft, Hal- ett, Wyoming, hereby submits notice that bids for school bus insurance will be accepted by Mrs. ClaucHs Cart, Deputy Clerk, Sundance, Wyoming, on or be- fore, and until 2:30 p.m., Tues- day, August 9th, 1966. Insurance to cover 23 buses, 3 ca~, 3 pick- ups: Cars and pickups may not be covered at ~the time the insur- ance is issued, but will be during part of the year. All vehicles insured to be cov- ered during the entire twelve months. Liability o be $100,000 per per. son -- $300,000 per accident. Property damage $25,000 per accident. Medical $I,000 per person. Comprehensive - Actual Cash Value. Collision --- $50.00 Deductible. Towing Charges - Complete Coverage. Endorsements to include: Re- pair and casting, Special Trips, Special Car if used to replace bus transportation, Hired auto- mobile. Bids will be opened at Hulett, Wyoming at the regular meeting of the Crook County High School Board on Tuesday, August 9th at ~the ~hottr of 2:30 p.m. Information in regard to the vehicles covered may be secured by contacting Mrs. C1audis Cart, Deputy Clerk, at Sundance, Wyo- ming. Raymond Dennis, Clerk. Crook County High School Board Publish July 21-28---August 4. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter- ested in the estate of James Bed- ford Woods, a/k/a J. B. Woods, deceased, take notice that the undersigned executrix of said estate will on or before the 5th day of August, 1966, file in the office of the Clerk of Court of Crook County, Wyoming, her fin- al account and petition for dis. tribution of said estate, where anyone interested may examine such account and petition and file objections thereto in writing on or before the 16th day of August, 1966, and if no objections are filed thereto, she will make final settlbment of said estate on the 17th day of August, 1966, or as soon thereaRer as the mat- ter may be heard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming THE Sundence, Wyo. this 14th day of Grace Executrix Reynolds & Hughes, July 14-21.28---Aug. 4. FOR SALE Orm REznor unit 75,000 BTU, 115 volt, 60 cycle, complete with all May be seen at School, Hulett, formation about cured by contacting Bare, Supt., Hulett eft, Wyming. Bids should Claudis Carr, Deputy County High School dance, Wyo. on or 9, 1966, 3:30 p,m. Bids will be open~ ular meeting of the High School Board " oming at the ,hour The Board to reject any or all Raymond Crook Publish July The age of a bull deer cannot be antlers. The age sheep can, the number of rings holmS. Typewriter Ribbens Big Fair C Bur J You'll find the largest supply of livestock equipment, grooming aids and accesories in the equipment, grooming aids and accessories in the Northern Hills. And, you'll find help who guage. Top Ropers Make TheirOwn Lariats Bulky, Plymouth Nylon HEEL ROPE Herd lay rope, leldod and wax oJ~l, Ideal for heavy calves. 34trend, :1/8". Bulk Plymouth Weighted NYLON ROPE Mmst &.'able ~od strongest Iorlat rqDe. 7/11" BRIDLES BITS SHOW HALTERS SPURS Full set of Combs, Brushes, Hoof Rasps, Picks, Etc. Hol~ck, Whisky mid Green STA-PRESS RANCH PANTS Pern~nent Crease, Dressy, Durable Just in Time for the Fair -- New Shipment of H BAR C MEN'S WESTERN SHIRTS Belle Western Wear and Fourche Leather Goods i~ ~i~!( i We're S Up For County Fair a Men's Western Shirts H Bare Reg. $6.95 Men's Acme Boys Wellington Boots Black, Broken Sizee 13to8 3V~ to 6 Rw. te $1s.98 .98 Broken Sizes Lady Lee, bell bottom slacks Stretch Belles Slight impe.rfecte, reg. $7.00 ___.__ Ladies Side-Zip Jeans slight imperfects, reg 3.79 ..................... '!.99 Lady Lee in a rainbow of colors STRETCH KNEE KNOCKERS Girls and Ladies Wrangler Cut-Offs Complete Stock Men's and BoYs $1.98 to Men's Fur Beaver Western Felts All Styles and colC~ Finally, a quality, Western Pant Complete BOYS, MENS, BLUE JEANS Wrangler, Rider ell ,tyl,, ,nd !