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Smith Again Wins Sweepstakes THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundaace, Wyo. Sept. 15, 1960 with Wheat at State Fair Oudin, Sundance. Bathrobe or housecoat, Donna Grubb, Devils For the second year in succes- t0[l, county Extension office and the Tower. Jumper and blouse, Paul Smith of Beulah was Redwater Soil and Water Censer- Sherry Dungey, Aladdin. Acces- I e sweepstakes winner at state ration district. Theme of the sory article, any kind, Donna air at Douglas when he showed booth was "Effects of Grazing." Grubb, Devils Tower. Wool skirt ~e best exhibit of hard red win- Included among the blue rib- with washable blouse, Edra Lea ~er Wheat. e ne ban winners for home economicSiemers, Moorcroft. Formal par- , Smith s exhibit of Chey n demonstrations were Pony Good- ty dress, Aileen Shannon, Rocky- ~rd red winter wheat weighedson, Sundance, and Sherry Dun-point. .1 lbs. per bushel, according to gay, Aladdin. Leathercraft Carved and C~nty Agent Warren Ferrell. Other 4-H members from Crook stamped leather, Joyce Mercer, Jtawl Robinson, Alzada, a coun- county winning purple or blueHulett; Tom Moore, Scaly. ribbons were: ~4-H member, showed the Ropecraft - Jerry Shepperson, nd champion 4-H Rambouillet Foods, six plain muffins, Judy Moorcroft. ~ and the reserve champion Photography- Jimmy Shopper- Clark, Sundance, purple. Six ,we. son, Moorcroft. Electricity - Charles Kokesh, Sundance. whole wheat muffins, Bonnie Leonard Paterson of SundanceNussbaum, Sundance. Six cook- ~? a first place winner withies, Tommy Vore, Beulah. Stand- SPartan barley, second in the ~st exhibit of two-row barley ard quick mixed cake, not frosted, Grace Marie Rounds, Sundance. second with his hard red Standard quick mix cake, frost- tar wheat. . _ ed, Judy Ethridge, Moorcroft. I Straitor Clark of Sunflance was Sponge or angel food cake, ~i with his hard red winter Cheryl Geis, Aladdin; and Judy -tleat. e n r Pownall, Moorcroft. White yeast ,L0ther 4-H sh ep win e s from bread, Barbara Kirton, Moorcroft. ~e county were: Corriedale, Collection of foreign recipes, ~adra Stewart, Moorcroft, early ~e lamb and flock; aad Suffolk, Pony Goodson, Sundance. Choke- cherry jelly, Cheryl Gcis, Alad- Iue Bunney, Belie Fourchc, re- din. erve champion ram. Clothing - Simple cotton dress, . Sandra Stewart won a Wyom- ~g Corriedale Association trophy Judy Hahn, Oshoto; Cheryl Gels, ~Y.showing the champion 4-H Aladdin. Second year skirt, ~UCk of the breed. Peggy Terhune, Alzada; Dorothy 8,Its the 4-It agricultural demon- cations, Sharon Voss of Alad- ~ll Won an expense-paid trip to ,~e Interstate 4-H Roundup in ~aa~ary at Denver. Her winning. ~onstration was "Fitting and ~r~Zning A Calf." I- aurece Dillon showed the re- ~t~ve champion Hereford heifer ~athe 4-H class. FOUrth place among county ~Ucational booths went to the t0urtty booth prepared by the IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT The State of Wyoming,) )ss. County of Crook ) In the Matter of the Estate of NOTICE No trespassing or hunting on ] FUEL$AVING, FLOOR HEATING FLOORS RY ROOM, :: lect the comfort in your with just the turn of a ,el! Siegler maintains the exact heat youchoose auto- lqtically. Ana the heat is over your floors- and Pll redasted on the ceiling, lee $ieg]er before you buy. SlIGLER PAYS FOR ITSELF WITH THE FUEL IT SAVES ,SEE IT SOON AT Big D Oil Co. Sundanee Mi-Hi Ranch without permis- sion. Violators will be pros- ecuted. MI~HI RANCH Sundance, Wyo. *Does not include local taxes Everywhere inWyoming, car owncrs pay 90 in State and Federal taxes alone on every 10 gallons of gasoline they buy. Does a tax this high-on a basic commodity like gasoline --i'eally make sense ? Gasoline taxes across the nation amount to a 50% sales tax--and that's five times as high as the tax rate on luxuries like diamonds and mink coats. How did gasoline taxes get q3aoollno t~xo8 SO high? Well, since World up 51% War II, there have been three In ton yeare increases in the federal gaso- line tax alone. This brought the Federal tax to 4 cents a gallon, in addition to the State tax of 5 cents a gallon, plus local taxes. Looking at It another way, in the last ten years gaso- line taxes have skyrocketed 51%-yet the price of gaso- line itself has risen only 5.5% during the same period. $94 a year for 9asoline taxesl Gallon by gallon, these taxes add up to a lot of money. Each year the average motor vehicle owner in this state pays $94/or gasoline taxes alone. That's actually more than thb aver- age week's pay for most people l David C. Forney, aka D. C. Forney, Deceased. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter- ested in the estate of David C. Forney, aka D. C. Forney, de- ceased, take notice that the un- dersigned administratrix of said estate will, on or before the 30th day of September, 1960, file in the office of the Clerk of Court of Crook County his final account and petition for distribution of said estate, where anyone inter. ested may examine such account and petition and file objections thereto in writing at any time before the llth day of October, 1960, and if no objections are filed thereto, he will make final settlement of said estate on the 12th day of October, 1960, or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard. Helen M. Forney Executrix Pub. Sept. 8-15-22-29. A MODERN FOOD STORE Groceries, Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, Bakery Goods. BELLE FOURCIIE, SOUTH DAKOTA FREE DELIVERY ALL DAY TO YOUR CAR OR TRUCK ANYWHERE IN TOWN Your gasolinc dealer-who must collect these taxes from you-feels that gasoline taxes are much too high. More and more, thinking people are coming to agree. What do ,ou think? HIGHWAYS AND GASOLINE TAXES Your gasoline retailer, naturally, favors construction of the roads that the motoring I~ublic needs, tie believes in fair and reasonable taxatmn for this purpose hut feels that taxes on gasoline have now reached unreason- ably high levels. He also believes that all special taxes on the motorist should be used only for highway pur- poses. Yet last year, out of every automobile tax dollar collected by the Federal Government from highway users, more than 40 cents went for non-highway pur- poses. If these automotive tax revenues were dedicated for highway purposes, there would be no need for the latest increase in the federal g~oline tax. Presented in the public interest by the Gasoline Tax Education Committee /-- 575 Lexington Avenue New York, New York /~/~" f, I