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tar. ~nd Mrs. Bernard Solomon, Nebr., former Wyoming ddents, have announced the en- of their daughter, Max. Lucille, to A3C David S. son of Mr. ~nd Mrs. Omer Gresham, Nebr. A No. wedding is planned by couple. 1967 graduate of York high Miss Solomon is employed Manufacturing Co. graduated in 1966 from high school end is at. lag school at Sheppard AFB, Falls, "rex. Warren T. Ferrell, County Agent Trips Mean MoreShrink raising cattle .a long from market 'have two strikes 'them. They have a trans- cost and ,a cost result- from loss in ,animal weight. all shi,pperss should with shrink even if `they Only an hour or two away the market. In fact, weight is greatest during .the first or 3 hours. Cattle lose the weight during the second in ,transit. After this, continues but at a de- rate. LOn 'the average, will increase up to about 10 percent by the time the feed and rest stop is made. .stop cuts *the shrink back 7.5 percent. Weigh,t loss then continues until animals have lost between 10 and 11 percent of `their shipping weigh,t by ,the sec- ond feed and rest stop (about 80 hours after shipping). Time for fill-back pays off the most for cattle in transit over 10 hours, bu,t it also decreases shrink Josses substantially if cattle have been in transit for only 2 hours. ,Body wei,ght losses during mar- keting are caused by distu~rbing and upsetting the animals. 1. Loading, unloading, jostling about in a moving ;truck or rail car, change of environment, .and dif- feren,t handlers produce nervous disturbances in the animals which cause not only :belly shrink but tissue shrink as well. Soil Sampling An open ~al.1 is an exceLlen,t time to collect soil samples. Take soil samples carefully. A soil test is no better than the soil sample on which it is made. Special pa- :per bags and blank soil history ~orms can be obtained from the County Agent. Soil tests measure the content of a~ailable plant nutrients in the soils and help determine what $ertilfzers can be profi`tal)ly used. This service is free. Recom- mendations will ~be returned by mail - generally in 7 - 10 days. Planting Tulips Tulips, unlike many other spring flowering bulbs, can be planted until the ground freezes. Bulbs such as daffodils, crocus, hyacinths etc. should be planted up to 12 inches or deeper in'light- er soils. The deeper ,planted ,bulbs will not multiply as readily ,as bulbs planted under 6 inches. In ~forcinrg tulips for house plants ----~they should ~be chilled in a re- frigerator ~or 6 weeks before planting. Controlling Lawn Weeds In The Fall Broadle.af weeds tha,t infest lawns are easily controlled in the ,Fall with 2,4D. Use the Amine type as the ~umes are less dam- aging to other plants than the ester type, 2,4D. IDandelions and Plantain can be effectively controlled from now until :freezing weather. Spray on a calm day as drift can be dam- aging to flowers. Use three table- spoons of 2,4D to one gallon of water for each thousand square feet of lawn space. MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF THE CITY OF SUNDANCE, WYOMING September 5, 1967 The Town Council met this day in regular session, there being we have leased the ranch, we will dispose of the foll6wing rsonal property at the ranch 40 miles southeast of Gillette, on T7mHilight Road, turn off of Gillette-Douglas high- 31 miles south of Gillette on Keeline Ranch Road, go 4 miles ~t and 4 miles south, roads will be marked on.... Stle Starts Promptly at 11:00 a.m. Lunch Served by 3-H Ladies Club ---SHEEP--- $1 Yearling Ewes 3 Sucks 40 Two-Year-Old Ewes 109 Three to Six-Year-Old Ewes 81 Ewe Lambs Sheep are good, open faced Columbia Type 13--- CATTLE--- 5 Two-Year-Old Heifers 4 Calves present Mayor Gerald Popham, Councilmen Lloyd Cole, Bill Duro tee, Rex Dillon and Glen Wyatt. Also present was City Clerk Vir- ginia Fmser. The minutes of the last regular meetin,g were read and approved. The report for the mon`th of August showed receipts as fol- lows: Licenses, $15.00; Fines, $66.00; Cigarette tax, $710.42; Me- ,ter deposits, $40.00; Mt. Moriah Cemetery, $10.00; Sewer, $1,047.- 80; Water, $2,487.70; Sales tax, $871.51 and Misc. $97.00. The following bills were read and ordered paid: Charles Stagemeyer, Salary ............................... $475.00 Monte C. Markeseth, sal- ary ................................ 450.00 Virginia J. l~raser, salary and postage ................... 103.00 Cecil K. Hughes, retainer_. 75.00 Ward ,Cure, ,labor ................ 100.50 Ronny C. Stagemeyer, la- .her .................................... 12.50 Neal Garman, special Mar- ,shal duty .......................... 25.50 ~verett Humphrey, special Marshal duty .................... 7.50 Pete Hovland, labor at Green IVbtn. Cemetery .... 65.70 Burroughs Corp., electric adder ................................ 125.50 Sundanee Times, publica- tions .................................. 35.19 ,I-Iouck Transport CO., Sre~ght .............................. 8.05 WFoming State Highway DeFt., Mobile radio rental .............................. 30.00 W. J. Williams, pulling pump ........................... I00.00 qSundance Plumbing & Heating, parts ............... 40.47 Sundance State Bank, Police car payment ........ 102.00 Tri-County Electric, lights ,and :pump power ............. 670.23 Wortham Machinery Co., 2 cutting edges ........ 69.70 Traey Motor .Co., repairs .... 20.10 Dick's Standard Service, ,gas & oil ................ 12.50 Petersen's Lumber .and Grain, misc. supplies ..... 16.55 Hi-Way Service, gas, oil & mise ........................... 56.09 Orlo's Conoco, gas ............ 18.89 Sundance Texaco, gas & oil 37.84 Roberts Hardware, misc .... 42.41 Wyoming Workmen's C,om- pensation Dept., for Aug- ust ........................... 11.38 Harry Habeck, representing Sundance Plumbing and Heating Co., appeared before the .Council requesting `the City's assistance to ,tap ,the water ,main leading to .the new Crook County Court House. The Council ,agreed to furnish the tee and sleeve rfor the tap and that a fee ,o~ $25.00 would be .charged for,the tap. The Council also agreed to sell him some un- screened gravel which he request- ed for back-filling. Fire Chief Noel Edwards ap- peared before ~he '.Council re- questing au`thorizatJon of funds for up to 'three firemen to at- tend the S ta,te Fire School which will be held in CLasper the 15th ,through 17th ~f Sept. It was mov- ed by Dillon, seconded by Wyatt and carried to allow $30.00 per ~ireman attending the school for expenses. Sgt. ,Richard Marzec presented some very interesting material on civil .defense. ,He stated that classes will soon be starting at `the Sundanee Air Force Station in `the areas of radiologieal mon- itoring and shelter management .techniques. These courses that are now available are ~nstructors classes and are free to anyone who wishes ,to .take them. A letter from Mr. R. G. Stapp of ~he Wyoming State Highway Department was read, stating that the Bureau .of Public Roads ~had rejected .the City's request $or a third interchange for Sun- dance ,on Interstate Highway 90. The Clerk was instructed to write Mr. Stapp instructing him ,tha the 4 Young Cows original request, ~hich was in the About S0 Decalb Pullets, just starting to lay form of a resolution passed on the 10th day of October: 1966, Is MACHINERY AND 'HAY still the Tawn Councils desire 2 SHEEP ARE GOOD, OPEN FACED COLUMBIA TYPE and ~ha,t ,the 585 InCerchartge 000 Bales Reel Choice This Year's Hay, alfalfa ~nd crested should be omi~ed. L.wh~tgress; Case D Tractor; Case A6 Combine; 8-ft. Graham Mayor Popham stated that he Plow; IHC Whoo~land Plow with New Discs; Some Tools; had recei,zed an estimate from the Water Development Manu- Misc. Items too numerous to mentlom ~acturing & Supply Co. of Des ISENBERGER, Owner TE~CASH A. "Dick" Metier, Auctioneer Berlow Agency, Clerk Wyoming -- Phone 682-3882 Box 899, Gillette, Wyo. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Moines, Iowa w.here the pump from Cole Well No. 3 had been sent. The estimated cost of re- pairing the pump ~as $2,878.00. The Council agreed that this cost was not .economically feasible and that the repairs sh@uld not be Popham .also staCed that .'the City ,has a 10 HP pump in storage th,a~ the ,City has no further use ~or and the Council agreed to set a $500.00 price on i't, if a buyer was interested in purchasing it ~rom the CRy. No further business appearing, the meeting adjourned. G. W. ~opham, Mayor A'UPEST: Virginia Fraser, City Clerk Beware of packing an antlered head or small antlered deer on your back in heavily hunted ar- eas. You can look very much like a live deer ,through scopes, bush- es and ~rees. Dragging the deer ,may be safer. When jump shootir~g puddle ducks such as matlards and pin. ,tails, be ready ~or an almost ver- ,ticai rise off ~che ~va,ter before they level off at abo~ twenty ~eet. Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 21, 1967 In the near future, I will be holding an auction sale of my personol property. Anyone who has anything at my place is asked to pick it up before the sale. If you have anything of mine at your place, please return it to me before the sale. Anyone in the community is welcome to bring anything that they want to sell at the auction. Hulett, Wyo. Spearfish Motor Co. -- Ph. 642-2736 Chevrolet -- Buick Sales and Service -- Plus -- CHEVROLET TRUCKS -- Sales and Service "k NEW CAR LEASING k GMAC AUTO FINANCING "k MIC AUTO INSURANCE "k OK USED CARS -- G-W WARRANTY "k COMPLETE BODY PAINTING, REBUIL'DING, GLASS "k MOTOR TUNE-UP "A" MOTOR OVERHAULING .~, COMPLETE LUBRICATION SERVICE AND WASHING "k 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE (Nlte Phone 642.2972) ~- GENUINE CHEVROLET AND BUICK PARTS AND ACCESSORIES Motor Co. The complete Auto Dealership -- for your motoring pleasure. Welcome to the COUNTRY COUSIN" MEN$ LON SLEEVE BEAUTIFUL ASSO.C:Z'FM ENT OF SOLID COLOR AND NEW CLUB DESI(3NS. I~EOULA~ AND IVY BUTTON-DOWN COLLARS , I007/o COTTON AND COTTON BLENDS . I PERMANENT PRESSI SIZES 1 S-M-EYJ. REe. Ph.283.2082 Sundance