Newspaper Archive of
The Sundance Times
Sundance, Wyoming
August 25, 1966     The Sundance Times
PAGE 20     (20 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 20     (20 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 25, 1966

Newspaper Archive of The Sundance Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

MISCELLANEOUS LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY WITH De.x-A-Diet Tablets. Only 98 at Sundanee Drug. LAUNDRY AND dry cleaning service. Don's Cleane Phone 283-2492 11 CUSTOM ARTIFICIAL /nation servie All av e. Breed for query and added profit. Chester HeJde, Aladdin, Wyo., Ph. 283- 7tfn. NERVOUS STOMACH. Get new Ph. 5 tablets. Works fast as liquids. 30-35 FRED'S CT.,EANING AND LAUN. dry. Mondays and Thursdays. Phone 283-1146. 30-39* ( TIME PAYMENTS and GIFT CERTIFICATES at Matson Sporting Goods and Gambles Store Spearfish, S. D. b FOR SALE: 1,000 HEAD 3 and 4- yr. old ewes, Oct. 1. Write Box 64, Hulett, Wyo. 31-34" FOR SALE: TAKING ORDERS for pitch posts delivered in Sundance. 6 ft. - $1 per post 283-3353. Robert Engstrom. i 33-34* GI~RGE HOLBEN OF HOL. ben's Feeds in Spearfish under- stands quite well the problems of livestock raising in this country. Take your feed prob- lems to him. You'U get the straight lnforma~on, 30tfn FOR SALE: MODEL 10 CATER- pillar, 1957 TD6 International Crawler--hydraulic dozer, car- go winch. M.E. (Ark) Bears, Hulett, 467-5436. 33-37* FOR SALE: WEANER PIGS. SIX miles south of Sundance on 585. Walt Ehrlich. 33-34" SMALL APPLIANCE Washer and Drger TELEVISION RADIO REPAIRING at GAMBLES Spearfish, S. D. THE BEST OF ALL KINDS Q1, fnsttrance, bends. L. O. Traey, Stmdana~. ltf~ MISCELLANEOUS: I will do baby sitting in my home. Reason. able rates. Mrs. John Wheeler. 283-3549 32-35 FOR RENT FOR RENT: ELECTRIC FLOOR mmders and edgers. Gambles, Spem-~h, S.V. 48t~. FOR RENT: ROOM WITH KIT- chen privileges. Teachers pre- ferred. Phone 283-2327, Sun- dance. 33-34" FOR RENT: "I VO BEDROOM Trailer with porch. On private property, pleasant location. We now have a fine selec. tion of homes in Spear- fish in all price ranges from $4,000 to $55,000. Stop and see either Bob Tudor or Dave Richards -- They may have just what you want. Dave Richards Agency 727 Main St. Dial 642.3428 Spearfish, S. D. FOR SALE OR RENT: 4-ROOM house with full basement on one and one-half lots in Hulett. Call or contact Roger Dent, Ph. 467-5790, Box 191 Hulett, Wyo. 33-36 FOR SALE: 23" ZENITH CON- sole TV. Maple, early Ameri- can cabinet. $135 283-1104 34`35 FOR SALE: SINGER SELECT-A- Cai1233-1120. 32-34 Stitch, Dial-a-stitch control, zig-zag buttonholes, sews fancy FOR SALE designs, monograms, overcasts, WE TRADE, BUY AND SELL sews on buttons or snops. All .mDW and_ used guns and spo~- built-in, no attachments need- mg geods. Gambles and Mat- ed. Balance $61.10 or $4.10 a aOn's Sporting Goods, Spear. month. To see, write Credit fish, S.D. 49fin Manager, Box 451, O'Neill, Neb- raska or call 336-2780. 34-35 FOR ~LE: ~Y" V"A~TM with power polisher, excellent condition, must sell within next New~~C'km~l/ small payments may be arrang- ten days in this area, $46.87 or ....rs, D~and Par~ ~ ed with good credit, To see, W~ write Credit Manager, Box 325, ~~e~!! i O'Neill' Nebraska r call 368"~ FORfollowing2780--SAI.F.: ..... INaccoun.tsTHIS AREA,must24"35.beTHE closed within 10 days: 1965 I OR SALE: SMALL HOME, pa ly furnished, close to school and business district. reasonablly priced. Ben Jen- sen. Ph. 283-2794. .27tfn. FOR SALE: FRIGIDAIP E WASH. er. Six months old. Like new. Call aft S p.m. S0t Necchi Portable, like new, bal- ance 10 payments of $8.42; 1966 P/aft Open-Arm, com- pletely automatic, new uaran. tee, will sell for payments of $3.42 a week. The above met. chandise is fully guaranteed and we will take trade-ins and finance. To see the above merchandise, call 336-2789 or write Credit Manager, Box 325, O'Neill, Nebraska. fOR SALE: SC L r SEED WANTED Wheat. $2 per bushel. Want WAN'I1 : ANTIQUI OF ALL ortmlmy Barley during harvest, kinds. Will bt , sell m" trade. Harper. Phone 283-1917. mbles, Svearflsh. S. D. 24tfn , tfn.WANTED TO BUY: SMALL crib. Phone 283.2923. tfn HELP WANTED: FOR RANCH work. Married man, preferable with house trailer. 1 miles from school. Write box 64, Hul- ett, Wyo. 31-34" HELP WANTED: YOUNG MAN for year-round farm and ranch work. House and utilities fur- nished. 283-1917. Lorin Harp- er. 33tfn WANTED: ANTIQUES OF ALL ki:nds. Will buy, sell or trade. Gambles, Spearfish, S. D. 24tfn WANTED: TO HEAR FROM someone who has stove wood for sale. Write to George Stockton, Alva, Wyo. 34-35* WANTED TO BUY: A FEW tons of good, baled alfalfa hay. Write Walter Oedekoven, Gil- lette. 34* WANTED: AGENTS WE ARE looking for a Manager in your local area, between the ages of 45 to 60, wbe does not have any financial problems at the pre- sent time. Experience in sell- ing required, a complete 90 day training program. H interested send complete resume to Box 886, Casper, Wyoming. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY The Homestake Mining Co. Lead, South Dakota has openings in under- ground mining; minimum age 19. Here is an opportunity to obtain year-round work and enjoy the privileges of liv- ing in the Black Hills: famous for good trout fish- ing, deer hunting, boating skiing and many other ex- citing outdbor recreational activities. Good wages. Free bowling, billiards, swimming and other indoor activities in the beautiful Homestake Club.G Life insurance, long-term disability insurance, major medical insurance. Free medical care for emplo, vee and dependents through the Homestake hos- pital. Pensions. Paid holidays. Opportunities for advan- cement. A community of 6,500 where you will find the church of your choice, fine schools, and excellent stores. Applicants must be in ex. cellent physical condition. Reasonable rentals. An equal opportunity em- ployer. Write or phone the tOMES1 AKE Personnel Dept Lead, S. D. For complete details Personal Items Houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Beaudoin and family Aug- ust 16-22 were Mrs. Beaudoin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hire Her- onimus of Alexand a, S. D. Sunday, the Beaudoins and Mr. and Mrs. Heronimus drove to Central City where they were visitors in the Loren Sievers home. Other visitors in the Sie. vers home were Mr. and ,Mrs. Meridith Nelson, formerly of Alexandria, now residents of Central City. Mrs. Opal Riddle and Mrs. Wanda Herrol of Meridian, Ida. were Saturday overnight and Sun- day guests of Mrs. Riddle's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Beagle. Mr. and Mrs. Don Brunson and family, Upton; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brunson and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Brunson and family had din- ner with Mr. and Mrs. Edsell Rogers and family in Sunday in celebration Rogers' birthday. 'Mr. and Mrs. and sons were Mrs. Nancy Williams Friday-Sunday while friends in Sundance tinuing their trip to Havre, Mont., where lecker has accepted a position in Havre Juniq Bruce Connally, Kara Kats 4-H bian, champion 4-H Club, holds Stranger, half Are- junior reserve PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY AT THE COURT HOUSE AT CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING August 15, 1966 Office of the County 10:00 o'clock A. M. The Board of Crook County Commissioners were called in Special Session By Conrad Ellsbury, Chairman Ellsbury, Chairman; Kenneth Canfield; Robert Wenande. sent ;Francis Hejde, County Clerk; Cecil K. Hughes, Count It was regularly moved, seconded and unanimously the following resolution be adopted and spread upon the the meeting of this Board as follows: RESOLUTION Whereas, At the primary election held August 21, 1962, of Crook County voted a Building Fund toward the County Court House. Such building fund to mature in Ten the amount of $475,000.00 to be raised ,by a mill levy of not two mills on the dollar of any tax year if such mill within the consolidated mill levy of twelve mills for penses. And, Whereas, a mill levy of two mills was assessed for 1964 and 1965 tax years and there is now in the Court House Fund a total of $193,788.49. That a mill levy of two mills certified by this Board for aforesaid fund on the 1966 tion of Crook County for such fund for the 1966 tax year sessment should raise from sixty to seventy thousand dollars fund for the 1966 tax year. And, Whereas, the roof on the old building has the point wl ere it would take a considerable amount of new same. That the State Fire Marshall has notified this this building is unsafe for public occupancy and a fire condemned same as unfit and unsafe for public use; That of the Sixth Judicial .District Court has refused to hold quiring a jury trial in the Old Court Room on account dition; Now, Therefore, be it Resolved that Fredric H. an architect from Cheyenne, Wyoming, be contacted to Board at 10:00 o'clock A.M., Aug. 19, 1966 to confer on a struct a new Court House and Jail, together with an cost of same and the amount of money to be raised to building. A Special Malt Beverage Permit was issued to Horse ing Club for an open air stand situate on SWV4SWV4: Sec. 9, R. 68 W. 6th P. M., Wyo. for Sept. 5, 1966 Labor Da~; TheY made proper applicabion and paid the necessary fee. No further business coming before the Board, it was m,~ carried to adjourn to meet in Special Session August 19, 1~ o'clock A.M., with Frederic H. Porter, Jr., Architect from c ~ Wyoming to discuss plans for a new court house. Aug. 19, 1966 10:00 o'clock A. M. The Board of Crook County Commissioners met in Speci. as per adjurnment of August 15, 1966; Present, Conrad Cha, irman; Robert Wenande; Kenneth Canfield, Commissio cis Hejde, County Clerk; Cecil K. Hughes, County Attel eric Porter Jr., Architect. After discussing tentative plans with the architect for a ing, it was moved and carried to recess and go to Sturgis view the new court house constructed there. The Board reconvened after returning from a visit to County Court ,House at Stu~gis, S. Dak., ,with a party this Board; Architect Frederic H. Porter Jr., the ty Assessor, County Treasurer and County Attorney. ing tentative plans ,it was regularly moved and carried, all voting aye, to enter into an agreement with Architect mit to this Board tentative plans and an estimate of the structing a new Court House and Jail; Such .total actual near $500,000.00 and architect fees, if adequate storage and cilities can be furnished at that figure. That on receipt and of such estimate and cost, a bond for the raising of the money above the amount collected and in the Court House Fund be submitted to the voters of Crook County at the tion November 8 1966.. No further business comir#g before the Board, it was moved ried to adjourn to meet in regular session Sept. 6, 1966 to usual County Business. Board of Crook County Commissioners By Conrad Ellsbury, Chairman Attest: Francis Hejde, County Clerk