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September 21, 1967

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THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 21, 1967 however steers over 700 lbs. were mostly 50 lower for the week. ]teifers were mostly steady. Choice 1000-1225 lb. three yr. old steers ran~ed from $24.50 -25.00. Choice 900-1050 lb. steers sold $25.00-26.25. Cohice 800-900 lb. steers brought $25.50 - 27.00. ~hoiee 700-800 lb. steers sold from $27.00-28.50. Choice short- yea, rling steers from 500-600 lbs. $28.0~30.00. Feeder heifers weighing 600- 700 lbs. cleared $24.25-26.00. Choice 500-600 lb. heifers breught $25.50-27.00. Steer calves .sold ~rom $30.00- 24.25 per owt ~vhfle heifer calves sold from $26.50 - 29.00. The average weights of steers was 753 ,~bs. this week which wa~ eleven pounds more than a year ago. The average feeder ,steer price was $26.56 per ewt this ,week compared with $26.60 a year ,ago. Pictured in the midst of organ. ized confusion that characterizes registration at the University of Wyoming are three of the more than 7,000 students returning to the campus this week for fall semester classes. Shown, left to right, ere Charles Renz, Rock Springs; Tim Moore, Seely; and Mike Eberle, Clinton, la. WYOMING HIGHWAY DE PARTME NT Cheyenne, Wyoming NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE OF AND FINAL SETTLEMENT FOR HIGHWAY WORK Notice is hereby given that the S~te Highway Commission of Wyoming has accepted ,as corn- Crook County, Wyoming and the Oontraetor is entitled to final settlement ,therefor; that the Sup- erintendent of the State Highway Department will cause said Con- tractor to be paid the full amount due them under said contract on October 18, 1967. The date of the first publica- tion of this notice is: September 7, 1967 pleted according to plans, specifi- cations and Jrules governing the STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION same, the work performed under OF WYOMING B : R. G. Stapp that certain contract dated April & cYhief Engineer 6, 1967, between the State of Superintendent Wyoming, acting through said Sept. 7-14-21. Commission, and R. J. Studer & Sons, a Corporation. the Contractor, on Highway Pro- jeet No. SMP .5855 & SC-CFM 18-7 Comb. consisting of hot plant mix and leveling course on the Belle Fourehe, South Dakota-Broadus, ~ontana Road (U.S. 212) from the Sou~th Dakota-Wyoming State Line ~orth~west 10.0 miles and for the shaping of existing subgrade and surfacing of the Little Missouri County Road from its in{ersec- tion with U. S. 212 west 10.0 miles STOCKER AND FEEDER SUMMARY Sioux City, In, Sept. 15-- A to- ~tal of 13,295 head of stockers, ~eeders and calves went to Corn ~Belt feedlots this week from the ,Sioux City Stockyards. This was 4,000 more than last week and 3,400 more than a year ago. Feeder steers under 650 lbs. and calves were generally steady, Sept. 13 Mr. and ~rs. Ned French and ~amily have ~noved to Laramie, Wyo. ,,vhere Ned has enrolled at the University. Larry Svoboda has enrolled at the Casper College for the com- ing year. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Quick of ~Califovnia spent several days re- ~cen, tly visi, ting with relatives in ,this area. Mrs. Mary O'Haver, Mrs. Lulu tNielsen and Mrs. Lana Calvin ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Merlin O'Haver o Buffalo, Wyo. over Labor Day .where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nielsen, ,then on to Tensleep and Ther- ~mopolis. They reported all the country very beautiful due to normal r air~fall this year. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Case and ~amily of Sheridan,, Wyo., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shuck and fam- Jly of Spearfish, S. D. visited ov- er Labor Day at ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dirks. Mr. and ',Mrs. Jerry Fish and amily have moved to Alva, hav- ing bought the property formerly ,owned by the late Mrs. Mary ,Fleming, grandmother of Mrs. Fish. The true sportsman and hunter does not shoot into a ,herd of an- 4elope in hopes that one will drop. How are you fixed for the ap- proaching hunting season? If you're short of equipment, come in and check our complete stock of hunting supplies. We have a complete hunting, fish- ing and sporting department. Hunting Licenses Guns Ammo Carrying Cases Heaters & Scopes We Feature Such Dependable Name Brands As: .ter, Remington. Savage, Ph. 283-2274 Sundance on the new Sundance Medical Center, fills a great need in the area is a fine addi tion to the community. Best Wishes Ph. 283-1343 WELCOME TCEA MEMBERS To a small boy, Durable Press Care is right out of the dryer - thanks to Frigidaire drying for no-iron clothes. e 1968 Frig will Be Arriving Soon 6 DRYER MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM 1966 Frig In pastel yellow Ph. 283-3423 Sundan