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Work, claimed ......... 1,216.00 Allowed ....................... $1,000.00 paid as follows,, $296.18 to Crook County Treasurer for Taxes; $703.82 paid to Mar- ion Cure as Clerk of the District Court for determin- ation of distribution by the Court. COUNTY OFFICER'S SALARY Meritt N. Barton, Com- missioner ................ 175,14 Gilbert Brimmer, Commis- sioner ........................ 123.00 John F. Wolfskill, Com- missioner ....................... 156.76 County Agent ................ 264.57Hejde, County Clerk, Effie Enneberg, Home Filing and Demonstration Agent, $931.45; County Mileage and Expense .... 123.71No further Charlotte Glover, Ag. before the Board, it Dept ............................. 6.00 'and carried to adjourrl in regular session 1960 to conduct usual Wyominug Highway Dept. rental on shortwave ...... 25.00 Reynolds & Hughes, prem- ium on bond ................. 7.50 Western Union Telegram.. 2.96 D. Harold McCleave, Teachers Institute ....... 30.00 Kipp Transfer, express ..... 7.47 DISTRICT COURT County Treasurer, assigned hess. C~: Board of Crook Commissioners By Meritt N. B~a'~a~ Chairman. ATTEST: Francis Hejde, County Clerk. Francis Hejde, Clerk ........ 346.28 vouchers for Jury and Virginia Z. Hejde, Deputy witness fees ............... 2,099.75Nadine Sward-John wolf " Clerk ....................... ; ..... 244.57 Harry O. Ehlers, Sheriff Wed In Bridgeport, Nebr,_~ Edna L. Binney, Clerk s Uinta County, serving The First Baptist C~I~ Office ................................ 141.14 subpoena ........................ 1.45 Bridgeport, Nebr. Sept. 3 .~'~e Paul Yeoman, Treasurer .... 296.90 COURTHOUSE EXPENSE .scene of the wedding ot1~ Ethel Yeoman, Treasur- Sani Chemical Corpora- J. Sward, daughter of ~t" er's Office ....................... 119.06 tion Janitor supplies .... 65.50 Mrs Carl F Sward of ~'dl, , . ww.- Karen G. Glover, Deputy Sharps' Hardware, sup- port, Nebr, and John ~,2,~e, Treasurer ....................... 234.57 plies .............................. 50~3 son of Mrsl Elsie Wolf 'i~rJ~" One of the prizewinning 4-H to Denver for the Interstate 4-H agricultural demonstrations atRoundup in January. LaVerne Bennett, assign- Harry Olson, Janitor Hulett. "~'e ed County Treasurer, & Deputy Sheriff ......... 171.80 Tbe Roy. Bernard Tt~.~ the state fair was given by Shar- In her demonstration, "FittingTreasurer's Office ........ 78.43 Ronald J. Roberson, Jan- formed the double-ring c~:~01~ en Voss, 15, of Aladdin. She and Grooming A Calf, " she gave received an all.expense paid trip tips on preparing a calf for show, Lenora Collins, Deputy itor ................................... 178.37 at 4 p.m. Bouquets d g~i~',~l" ____ ~ ~ Assessor .......................... 234.57 Circle S. Service, gaso- decorated the church for t~ial Sidney Har~,ey, Assessor 296.90line ....................... 7.11 ding. Dean Haden, ace0~,l~ng PROCEEDINGS OF THE Paul Myers and Mileage .... 13.00 Loretta Duffee, Assessor's City of Sundance, water by Mrs. Haden at the org~al" ,, "' SllCl '" BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- Sara Pickett ........................ 10.00 Office ................................. 156.93 and sewer ................... 52.75 Whither Ttmu Goest SIONERS AT THE COURT HOUSE AT SUNDANCE, CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING Office of the County Commissioners Sept. 6, 1960 9 o'clock A.M. The Board of Crook County Commissioners met this day in regular session; Present, Meritt N. Barton, chairman; Gilbert Brimmer; John F. Wolfskill. The Board met with Albert Manke and his attorneys in re- gard to a claim for payment for "Cat" work done by Manke on the Kara Creek Road; said claim be- ing laid over for consideration at the August meeting of the Board. The Board then adjourned till 1:00 o'clock p.m. while the chair- man met with the County Wel- fare Board. 1:00 o'clock p.m. Board resum- ed session. The Board spent the afternoon discu~ing various State-County road projects to come up in the future and the possibility of a suggested chance in the State- County setup whereby Counties could hire an engineer to be paid from State-County Funds to hand. le cotmty planning. 5 o'clock p.m., Board recessed. Sept. 7, 1960. 9 o'elock A. M., Board resum- ed session. The following bills were aud. lted and allowed and the County Clerk ordered to draw warrants in payment of same as follows: ELECTION Judges Iris Partlow ..... ._ .................. 20.00 O. N. Humphrey ............... 20.00 Wilton Hooper .................... 20,00 Edward Chaffield ............ 12.00 A. E. Fort .......................... 12.00 Harold ScheUdorf ............. 12.00 E. L, Mathews & Mileage and postage ..................... 16.54 Robert Vore ......................... 12.00 Woodrow Vore ................... 12.00 Reuben Necklason ........... 10.00 James Ross & Mileage .... 13.00 Ellis Livingston ............ 10.00 Charlotte Reynolds ............ 10.00 Alfred Sipe ......................... 10.00 Emery George & Mile- age ...................................... 10.00 Ted Butterfield ................. 10.00 Tracy Ellsbury .................... 10.00 William Lansing and Mile- age ..................................... 14.00 Frank A. Pearson .............. 10.00 Larry Ross ......................... I0.00 Charles E. Wyman and Postage ......................... 14.44 W. A. Ryan ...................... 10.00 Mrs. W. A. Ryan ................ 10.00 Z. G. Russell & Mileage & Postage ................... 18.08 Llllian O'Haver ............ 10.00 Mrs. Vane I. Cooke ........... 10.00 V. M. French & Mileage ....................... 15.00 Jessie Pearson .................. 10.00 Quintln Ballou .................. 10.00 Wynona Tromble ........... 10.00 J. H. Altaffer ................. 10.00 Jim Aurand ................... 10.00 Edith Blakeman and Mileage .................... 15.98 Joe Graham ...................... 10.00 Woodrow Petersen .......... 10.00 ~.Iva Crago & Mileage ...... 16.00 Irvin Knapp .................... 16.00 Eileen Bueher ................... 16.00 F. T. Vasey & Postage ..... 21.18 Art Zimmerschied ......... 10.00 Harold Oudin ............. 10.00 Harley Douglas .............. 10.00 Henry Oudin, Sheriff, Tri County Electric Assn. ding Benediction." _.orrt~F Elizabeth C. Canfield Expense and Board Inc., lights ..................... 40.56 The bride, gwen in ~_~iV~.. by her father, wore a~l~lI & Mileage ........................ 14.00 of Prisoners .................... 372.31 PRINTING AND RECORDS street-length dress of coe~~ s Leonard A. McCullough Cecil K. Hughes, County Lee's Pharmacy, supplies 41.29acqtate brocade. She . ~_ & Postage ........................ 13.48 Attorney .......................... 257.00 Tucker's Inc., supplies ..... 334.88 Louella M. Cordingly ....... 10.00 Norma L. Peterson, After- Times Publishing Co., colonial bouquet of P~d ~ and lilies of the valley, ~nll~ j Estelene Williams & ney's Office .................... 94.40 Printing & Supplies ...... 506.13 a pearl necklace and es~"- Rent .................................. 30.00 Zelma Pickerd, County Western Stationers, sup- Ellen J. Russell & Superintendent ............. 361.18 plies .......................... 16.73 gift from the groom. ~.$ ]Ifs. The bride's attendant ~'. Postage ........................... 16.54 Phyllis McLaughlin, Supt. Omaha Printing Co., Bernard Wolf of CheYe-l~-~Id Bertha Waymire ................ 16.00 Office ............................... 28.37 supplies ....................... 336.77 ter-in-law of the groot~.,~..' Delia Stewart ...................... 16.00 Lucile Good, Supt. Office 254.57 Haloid Zerex, Inc., sup- Wolf, brother of the gr~.,~/~ Chas. E. Start .................... 10.00 Marion Cure, Clerk of plies ............................... 190.40 ed as best man. UsherS~ildr W. J. Wenande & Postage 14.54 Court ................................. 301.58 The Mills Co., supplies ..... 39.96 E. S. Davidson .................... 10.00 Livestock Inspection 12 M Board recessed. J. Wolf, Belle Fourche; ~, ert Johnson, Alliance, Ne~d~ George Hauber .................. 10.00 Gee. W. Richards, County 1 o clock p.m., Board resumed., A reception was held f~~'~ll~ Myrtle Rathbun & Inspector ........................ 208.29 session, me ceremony in the chU~ Postage ............................ 13.78 A.C. Reynolds .................... 19.40 It was regularly moved and ment. ,/dl~' Louise E. Clark .................. 10.00 Ray V. Olds. ....................... 31.06 carried, all members voting ayeFor a wedding trip to ~." Clyde Raber ........................ 10.00 Astor Jordan .......... : ........... 48.50 to appoint Mrs. James F, Hartzell ,r,~ stone Park, the bride wol~, Wayne Wolff ..................... 10.00 Wilbert N. Long ................ 19.40 to the County Health Board to green plaid two-piece ~l~'-al~ Velma Newland and Gee, M. Hauber .................. 64.28 succeed Mrs.. Hackett, who has The couple Will reside on P Postage .......................... 12.96 Ernest White & MISCELLANEOUS left the county, near Hulett. j~ Mileage ............................ 14.00 Sundance State Bank, Judy Watson and Kathleen The bride graduated, Maurice Hauber ................ 10.00 Tax .................................. 850.40 Hejde were issued County Corn-Bridgeport high school ~_z~. Penn Smith ......................... 10.00 Mona Shortline Tele. Co., missioner Scholarahip~ to the'and West Nebraska Ge9~l~j A. C. Reynolds & Postage 14.90 rental and tolls ............. 170.25 University of Wyoming for the pital School of Nursing Montana Berger ............... 10.00 Mountain States Tele. 1960-61 school year according to She has worked in a S~.~. Elbert Zimmerschied ........ I0.00 & Tele., tolls .................... 5.50 Chapter 70-III Wyoming Compil- e01~ State Treasurer, Compen- ed Statutes, 1945, as amended by doctor s o~fice for thre Clerks sation ................................ 5.51 chapter 154, Section I, 1959 Sos- The groom graduated ~iI~ eft high school and rancs~" , Frances McLaughlin ........ 20.00 State Treasurer, Work- sion Laws, providing they keepHulett. ,M0@. Nellie Kipp ........................ 20.00 men's Compensation .... 38.24 the required Grade Average and Included among the out~ ~t' Ruth Cronn ........................ 12.00 Thomas M. Bay, Trapper.. 500.00 comply with the rules and regu. Gladys Fort & Rent .......... 22.00 Shirley Cure, for latiens of the State University. guests was Mrs. Elsie W~ Alberta Bush ...................... 16.00 Mina Lea Svoboda ............ 16.00 Dorothy Twiford .............. 16.00 Juanita Siemors ................ 16.00 Viva Tremble, rent and postage ............................ 13.85 Raymond Sehlattman, Con- stable .................................. 6.00 Cleston Lubken, Mile- age .................................. 6.00 John V, Callquist, Canvass- ing Board ..................... 21.08 Chas. Char, Canvassing Board ........................... :... 22.68 Moorcro~t Leader, Publish- ing .................................. 16.20 Harvey M. Reed, work on Polling Place ............ 18.00 Durfee's Dry" Goods, sup- plies .................................... 4.49 ROAD AND BRIDGE Operators and Labor Ben Sager .............. : ......... 172.23 Charlie Donaldson ............. 257.60 Frank Petera ........................ 301.27 Floyd Brunson ..................... 334.68 Loraine C, Brimmer ........ 314.72 Donald H. Roberts ............ 330.93 H. C. Minnich .................. 199.76 Fuel, Materials, Repslrs Claud Heaton ....................... 291.02 Harvey Hauber, Cat Work ............................... 44.00 German Machine & Sup- ply ................................... 38.57 Traey Motor Co,, Sun- dance ................................ 8.57 Traey Motor Co., Moorcroft 27.24 Tractor Parts, Inc ............ 322.37 John W. Storms ................ 150,77 Toms Standard Service .... 66.98 Continental Oil Co ............. 54,60 Sheridan Iron Works ...... 2,142.82 John Kummerfeld "Cat" Work ................................ 140.50 C. D. Roberts ................ 6.29 Tommy Woods "Cat" Work ............................. 236.80 Big "D" Oil Co ................ 82.23 Petersen Lumber & Grain .............................. 1.75 Reno Lytle ........................ 9.00 Bill Ames ........................... 56.00 Roberts Construction ....... 238.62 Wortham Machinery Co... 292,81 West River Equipmen~ Co ..................................... 657.61 Albert Manke "Cat" Health Nurse ................. .79.40 The following School Treasur- hune of Hulett. Robert Wolfskill, fire control ........................... 43.65 Elnora C. Staples, Health Nurse, Mileage and Expense .......................... 85.63 Agricultural Extension Service, supplies ........... 4.25 Nasco, Inc., supplies ........ 26.45 Edwards Record Service records ............................ 7.25 Rockymountain films, ren- tal ...................................... 4.83 Warren T. Ferrell, County Agent Mileage and Ex- pense ............................... 107.11 Karol Ann Hooper, Coun- ty Agent's Office ......... 14.06 Vera J. Melanson, for er's Bonds were approved by the Board: Allan Edwards, School District No. 1; Charles Chatfield, School District No. 12. The following report of earn- ings and collections of County Officers for the Month of Aug- ust, 1960 was approved and or- dered paid into the various funds as follows: George W. Richards, County Livestock Inspector, In- spection fees, $89.10; Livestock Inspection Fund; Sidney Harvey, County Assessor, Poll Tax, $4.00; School Fund; Henry Oudin, Sher- iff, Liquor License, $500.00; Mar- ion Cure, Clerk of Court, Civil & Probate fees, $79.75; Francis Mr. and Mrs. Duane sons drove to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harris accompanied the~ and Mrs. Vincent Hartl to visit friends near Sunday dinner guestS Calvin Hayward home Hayward's parents Mr. Wallace Boulden o~ Leslie Hooper, sort of Mrs. Tom Hooper left Sheridan to enter his at Sheridan College. THE WORLD'S FIRST OIL BOOM-Edwin L. Drake's achievement in bringlng in the world's first commercial oil well in 1859, launched an oil boom in Western Pennsylvania comparable to the California gold rush of '49. sound conservation practices require spacing of wells.