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to Our Market Reports over KASL Newcastle Monday thru Friday Guaranteed V~.~,IDE of a surgical operstl~, a good ~t~ ~.~ COrrect|T fitted, is the cJ0a~. Slde ~" rttDture. ' ~inal Su~)portert, Elastic Holiery, ~l ~.~races, etc., and our rellooabll ~'~ |t~rely please you. [he Blue Drug Jewelry ~'The Home of Beautiful Gifts" D. at 12:30 Noon Courtesy of the Sturgis Livestock Exchange ROAD AND BRIDGE Operators and Labor Alfred Mauch .................. 56.64 Arthur Roberts ................. 369.381 Chartie R. Donaldson ........ 209.72 Dale Rathbun ............... 370.85 Harold Wells ................. 300.69 Ernest F. Wagner .............. 25.00 Bert W. Evans, appraising road ................... 22.20 George Grenier, appraising road ....................... 19.98 Ralph Nickelson, appraising road ......................... 34.76 Fuel, Materials, Repairs Huekins Lumber Co ..... 261.20 Standard Oil Co.89.35 Morgan's Conoco Service __ 123.17 Hulett Coop ................. 64.22 Wortham Machinery Co .... 570.79 Sissons Welding Service __ 1.77 Tracy Motor Co ................. 49.61 COUNTY OFFICERS SALARY Gilbert Brimmer, Commis- sioner ......................... 83.92 A. C. Moore, Commission- er, July and August ....... 227.92 H. C. Minnieh ................... 180.14 Francis Hejde, Clerk ........ 243.50 Virginia Z. Hejde, Deputy 187"52! Clerk ........................ Marion Cure, Deputy Clerk 198.62 Paul Yeoman, Treasurer and Stamps ............. 346.51 Phyllis McLaughlln, Deputy Treasurer 187.52 Ethel Yeoman, Treasurer's office 39.25 Deane H. Bryan, Assessor._.. 231.21 Loretta Durfee, Deputy As- sessor 187.52 W. H. Blakeman, Sheriff and" expense 307.71 Otis Reynolds, Attorney and I COURTHOUSE EXPENSE office rent ..................... 212.99j John A. Blakeman, Jailor Nora Refiner, Attorney's of- ] and Janitor ....................... 203.62 rice .................................. 89.20 I Hazel L. Kelby', Supt ........... 214.95 Edna Blakeman, Board of BRAND INSPECTION Prisoners ....= ....................... 53.75 Margaret O. Sutton ..., ........ 163.05 City Water Commissioner, Kenneth McAmis .............. 33.52 water .............................. 7.75 W. C. Mathews ................. 20.24 Herbert E. Tope .............. 12.00 Ray V. Olds .............. 32.49 Sundance Times, printing and tax list ............... 363.69 Sheridan Typewriter and Supply, supplies ........ 28.36 The Mills Co., supplies ...... 33.15 Burroughs Adding Mach. Co., prints ..................... 1.71 MISCELLANEOUS Willet Keyser, assigned to County Treasurer, mile- age and expense for Aug. 126.20 Donna Herman, Home Dem. Agent, mileage ............ 63.52 Willet Keyser, assigned Petition for Private road under~ Section 48-331 Wyoming Compiled Statutes, 194"5 was filed by Ray C. Edsall for right of way across the, Southeast Quarter of Section 8, T. 57 N., R. 63 W., 6th P. M., as~ owned by Edward Foster. Said copy of petition being served on the said Edward Foster, the mat-i ter will come before the Board for hearing at a future meeting of the Board. The Moorcroft Saddle Club was issued a Special Malt BeverageI Permit for an open air stand sit- uated on the SW ~ NW ~4 : Sec. 29, T. SO N. R. O7 W., 6th P. M., Wy-! THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo, Sept. 17, 1958 Margaret O. Sutton, Livestock Inspector, $306.75, Inspectiml fund; Sidney Harvey, Justiee of the Peace of Precinct No, 1, Fh~s, $225.00, School Fund; 'Dearie H. Bryan, Assessor, Poll T~. $~00, School fund; W. H. Blakemam, Sheriff, Licenses, $39{).00; Ftmm. eis Hejde, Clerk of Court, Civil and Probate fees $40.00; Francim Hejde,= County Clerk, Reeerding,. Filing and Miscellaneous fee~ .$407.60; County General Fund. No further business appearia~ it was moved and carried to ad- journ to meet in Special Semiom September 8, 1953 to consider take up the claims for damages am the Sundance-Beulah Road, Pro- ject F1 25 (3). Board of Crook County Commissioners County Treasurer, mile- age for July ..................... 96.08 Marie Oudin, for County agent, assigned County Treas., on August Salary 25.00 Marie Oudin, for County Agent, Salary .............. 154.27 Sidney Harvey, Justice . fees ..................... 7A5 Wyoming Highway Depart- ment~ rent on F. M. Unit 25.00 Mountain States TeL & Tel. Co., toll calls .................. 1.60 Mona Short Line Tel. Co., rental and tolls ............... 71.68 Federal Reserve Bank, tax_ 445.90 State Treasurer, Compen- sation 91.75 oming, for September 20, 1953; By H. C. Minnie]~ ;~ they having made proper applica-~ Chairman '" tion and paid the necessary fee for [ ATTEST: " same. ] FRANCIS HEJDE, The following School Treasur-] County Clerk. er's Bonds were approved and or-J ..... dered filed in the office of the I ren 'era, yOU law It Im ~ County Treasurer as follows: Wil- l bur R. Dillavou, School District No. I; Margaret Little, School Dis- trict No. 27. The bond of Mrs. Chas. H. Kokesh as Treasurer of the Crook County Fair Board was approved. The following reports of earn- ings and collections from Crook County Officers were filed and ap- proved and the fees ordered paid into the various funds as ioUows: You can see all around You look out and down through a wide, curved, one- piece windshield. The pano- ramic rear window and big side windows provide a clear view in all directions. You get more power on less gas That's because Chewolet's two great valve-in-head engines are high-compression engines. In Powerglide* models, you get. the most powerful engine in Chevrolet's field- the new 115-h.p. "Blue-Flame," Gear- shift models offer the advanced 108-h.p '~rhrift-King" engine. Biggest brakes for smoother, easier stops An easy nudge on the pedal brings smooth, positive response -right nowl Chevrolet's im- proved brakes are the largest in the low-price field. It's heavier for better roadability You're in for a pleasant sur- prise at the smooth, steady, big-car ride of this new Chev- Let us demonstrate all the advantages of buying a Chevrolet now! gORE PEOPLE BUY CEEYROLETS 111All ANY OTHR CAR I Jn i i ii i iHi Circle Phone 40 This demonstration was worth You're "sltfing pretty" ds fdoll behind the wheel many hundre o are to me! " Take this Bel Air model. First thing you'll notice is the qual- [ thought only a h,gher-prlced car would ity of the interior. Rich-looking appointments. Roomy seats suit me. But then I found out how much with foam rubber cushions. Turn the key to start the'engine more Chevrolet offered for how much lessl rolet. One reason is that, mode! and you're ready to go. for model, Chevrolet will weigh up to 200 pounds more tham the other low-priced cars. You get greater getaway with the new Powerglide* A lot finer performance on a lot less gas. That's what yott get with the new Powerglide automatic transmission. There'a no more advanced automati~ transmission at any ~rice~ And it's the lowest-priced I|n~ A demonstration will show yam that Chevrolet offers just about everything you could want. Yet it's the lowest-priced line in the low-price field. *Combination at Powergllde at#o-' math: transmission and ll~t.p. "Blue-Flame" engine optional am "Two-Ten" and Bel Air modda R extra coat. S Chevrolet Co. Stmdanee, Wyo. |UPTURED ? WE FIT ON-SKID ~ELSIOR TRUSSES ~iIEI~DINGS OF THE BOARD UNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT IIOUSE AT NCE, CROOK COUNTY, i NG Office of the County" Commissioners =. her 1, 1953. ~0e~kmae~'t ~Is C~un tYn COvem~/i~l y ' Sp " ~Present, H. C. Minnieh, ~e ; A. C. Moore, Gilbert :inutes of the meeting of' ,f~t 3, 1953 for setting tax lev- ~ 1953 were read and the tel-! ~ Correction was made as fol- l~olDistrict No. 11: Special ~' None. ; ~wa~a regularly moved and car- at the above correction be ~e conform to the certificate to ~Sented by the Clerk of the of School District No. 11 i. No. 11 stand corrected to u~at said levy of School DIS- ~r that no special school dis- levy was voted at the meet- School District No. 11. 5ereas, there has been receiv- I~the State Examiners office PY of the report of examina- of Crook County Offices as of ~el~se of business on june 30, ~, ~nd Whereas, the report has " Studied by this board and 011owing recommendations are ~ this Board to-wit: That by official study the report as trains to his or her office and ~m-mendations as submitted ~e State Examiners, as to any ,g.e~.of methods or procedure, ~med and followed to the bes~ or her ability. ~e~report of the Appraisal on ~Undance-Beulah Road Pro- PI 25 (3) was studied and ~.tions of landowners as to ~xons were heard. It was reg- raoved and carried to lay .~Port over for further consid- I~ to be taken "at a, special ~g to be held at 1 o clock p. the 8th day of September, ~~'loek N, Board recessed !' ~yk p M, board resumed ses- ~TI~ following bills were allowed ~Udited and the County Clerk ~m~trueted to draw up war- ~; for the following claims: