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YEARS AGO 27, 1962 18 was a doubly signifi- day at Sundance Air Force when dedication cere- for the PM-1 nuclear pow- were held in conjunction the celebration of ~he 15th of ,the Air Force. Semlek, Moorcroft, has to ,the Gillette Ex- Sub-Station advisory He replaces Leslie New Haven, whose term expires this fall. The HuleCt school building suf- fered another battering early Sept. 19 when thieves ,broke into the building and :stole $47 in cash from the school's office. Jw Nuekolls and Don Steiger, both of Hulett, won ~he lion's share of Corriedale sheep and wool awards at the recent Wyo- ming State Fair at Douglas. TEN YEARS AGO September 26, 1957 Jim Larsen .of the Soil Conser- vation Service has announced that the ,Certificate of Inclusion of the Colony area ~to the Redwater Soil Conservation district :has been is- sued. With .this certificate, all lands in Crook county are now in a soil conservation district. THE OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF WYOMING MATTER OF A tIE:ARING CALLED ) COMMISSION ON ITS OWN MOTION ) TIlE PREVIOUS ORDERS OF ) COMMISSION [DENTIFIED AS CAUSE NO.) NO. 1, DOCKET NO. 13-62, DATED ) 29, 1962, AND CAUSE NO. 1, Ot{DER NO.. )CAUSE NO. 1 NO. 41-62, DATED NOVEMBER 28, )ORDER NO. 5 GOVERNING 80-ACRE DRILLING AND )DOOCKET NO. 92-67 UNITS FOR THE PRODUCTrION OF ) AND ASSOCIATED ttYDROCARBONS ) MINNELUSA FOI~VIATION IN TIIE ) CREEK FIELD IN PORTIONS OF ) 50 AND 51 NO RqtI, RANGES 67 ) 68 WEST, CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING ) NOTICE OF HEARING OF WYOMING TO: interested parties in the above-captioned matter. NOTICE 1S tIEREBY GIVEN that a IIearing will be held at A.M., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard on ~r 10, 1967, in the Governor's Conference Room, State Capitol lg, ,Cheyenne, Wyoming, ,to review the previous Orders of the identified as C.ause No. 1, Order No. 1, Docket No. 13-62, May 29, 1962, and Cause No. 1, Order No. 2, Docket No. 41-62, November 28, 1962, governing eighty (80) acre drilling and units for .the .production .of oil and associated hydrocarbons the Minnelusa formation in ~the Prong Creek Field in portions 50 and 51 North, Ranges 67 and 68 West, Crook County, 4ny person, firm, or corporation shall be enitled .to appear time and place aforesaid ~o be ~heard by the Commission. WYOMING OIL A~D GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION James L. CarRon, Jr., Secretary 28 1967. :PORE THE OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF STATE OF WYOMING 'MA2"PF~ OF A HEARING CALLED COMMISSION ON ITS OWN MOTI(XN I THE PRt!~IO,US ORDEitLS OF THE) ID,EN2~FIED AS CAUSE NO. 5, ) N0. 1, DOCKET NO. 46-65, DATED ) 14, 1965, AND CAUSE NO. 1, )CAUSE NO. 1 .NO. 2, DOCKET NO. 66-66, DATED )ORDER NO. 3 20, 1966, GOVERNING 80-~C.RE )DOCKET NO. 87-67 AND SPACING UNITS FOR Tit:E ) OF OIL AND ASSOCIATED ) FROM THE MUDDY FORMA-) THE AMMO ,FIJ~LD IN PORTIONS OF) 52 rNORTH, RANGE 68 WEST, ) 00UiNTY, WYOMING ) NOTICE OF HEARING OF WYOMING TO: interested parties in ~he above-captioned matter. )NOTICE IS ~Y GIVEN .that .a Hearing will be held at A.M., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard on 10, 1967, in the Governor's Conference l~oom, StaCe Capitol Cheyenne, Wyoming, to review the previous Orders of the identified as Cause No. 1, ,Order No. 1, Docket No. 46-65, SePtember 54, 1965, and Cause ~To. 1, Order ~To. 2, Docket No. dated September 20, 5966, governing eighty (80) acre drilling : units for the production of oil and associaCed hydrocarbons 3/Iuddy ~ormation in ,the Am,mo ~eld in portions of Township Range 68 West, Crook County, Wyoming. t, Any person, firm, or corporation shall be e~itled to appear at t ~e and place aforesaid ~ ,be heard ,by the Commission. WYOMING OIL AND G~AS CONSEttVATION CO~MIS,SION _ James L. Carlton Jr., Secretary 1967. Farmers - Ranchers Si ClAL ROUGH LUMBER 2x6, 2x8, lx6 $50 per M 2x10, 2x12, lx10 lx12 $55 per M ALSO.. - A complete stock of nails, steel Posts, woven and barb w,re, treated posts timbers, and baled shavings. Bill Schmidt, Manager 892-4745 Belle Fourche, S. D. Miss Sharron Olson of Sun- dance received the Cop price of $200 for a Ram'bouille~ consigned b,y her ~o the 23rd annual North- ern R'ange ,Ram sale held at Buf- falo Saturday. New officers were elected at the PTA meeting held Sept. 17 at the high school. Mrs. Kenneth Bennick is the new president of the organization. tIule,tt - The Red Cliff Care closed its doors last week and the manager, Mrs. tIenry Page, plans to build and open a new cafe at the north end of town about the middle of October. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO September 25, 1952 A movement in the state to double the debt limit of school districts has received a cold shoulder in Crook county. On Sept. 12, the 'board of District 1 turned thumbs down on ,the :pro- posal. A day earlier, members of the county hig.h school board had also rejec4ed such a plan. The possibility of a bond is- sue to finance a sewer system in Sundance will be closely exam- incd at a public meeting set for Oct. 1 at 8 p.m. in the city hall. Wilbur Dillavou will continue as fire chief of the Sundance Volunteer Fire Department as a result of the election held by the department Sept. 23. TWENTY YEARS AGO September 25, 1947 In spite of rising costs, espec- ially ,that of diesel fuel, the Tri- County Electric Association, Sun- dance, has made application to the Public Service Commission of Wyomin~g for a reduction in pow- er rates for 4heir users. .Charles Stagemeyer, county ~rapper, believes ,that ,the coyote popula,tion in Crook county is at it :lowest poin in the history of the county and ~o support his claim says tha,t a good many sheepmen in ~he county do not even have herders nowdays. Upper Red~vater - Fire broke ou,t at ~he Ted Butterfield ranch S~turday ~hen the str~w topping on a trench silo smouldered into flames. Ted and his wife man- aged to keep i.t from spreading into the dry grass until neighbors and Ranger Beckley arrived and extinguished the flames. FORTY YEARS AGO September 29, 1927 Today .the Crain on the Wyo- ming and Missouri River Railway, running 18 miles southwest of Belle Fourehe to Ahddin, will make its last lrip. Cold, disagreeable weather last Saturday urned into a snow ,storm during the nigh~t which last- ed Chrough most of Sunday, though the fall was light most of the ~ime. The high school fooball eam started their present schedule by winning from Belle Fourche Sat- urday, 7-0. Walter M, athews was in Sun- dance Monday looking after busi- ness maCters concerning his pro- perty interests here. W)hen he and ~Ed M~thews purchased ihe Cren- sha~v ranches last year, the deal included ~five residential proper- ties in the city. SEVENTY YEARS AGO , September 29, 1897 We are informed "by Mr. Bent- ley 0ha~ Jack Andrews now has artesian wa~er, the same having been struck at a depth of 52,5 feet. I~ runs about eight barrels an hour. Jo~hn Porter, foreman of the 101 Ranch, accompanied by Mrs. Porter and the children, has .gone to Arizona in the hope the south- ern ClimaCe wiU be .beneficial to Mrs. Porter's health. It's a,bo~t ,time the parties who . DEAF KEEPS , ' EARS CLEAN : i If you have trouble under- 'stsnding words, if when people'~ '.talk words seem to run togeth., 'er or it seu,nds like mu.mble/~ ithis marvelous new !/8 oz.~ H #e 'Electronic Capsule may be~ '.worth investigating. My "Ear, 'Aid" is worn en#irely in-the-~ .ear, nothing above or nothing~ , , . .below, lust slip If in your ear~ ,end you :hear agai,n. I will send :you a free try, write to Amer. .icen Hearing Aid, 2924 Second '.Avenue North, Billings, Men- fine $9101. Sept. 28---Oct. 5-12-19. took Cwo horses belonging ~o the turning ,the same. The "joke" band on Pioneer's Day mere re- has gone about long enough. m ii, ................. _!..INDIAN UMMER gALE! - Sept. 28-29-30 Men's - Ladies' - Boys' Western Sport Western Suits WESTERN WEAR Belle Fourche, S. D. Regularly $13.95 Sale Priced at We have on hand the following windows with these outside measurements: Quantity Width Heighth 2----27 7/8 x 36 1/2 1--29 7/8 x 54 1/4 1 ----32 x 60 1/4 1----33 7/8 x 54 3/4 1----317/8 x 587/8 1----297/8 x 62 1/4 1 ----31 7/8 x 46 1/2-47 1/2 1----303/8 x 53 1/2 1 ----28 1/8 x 67 1/4 1----30 x 55 7/8 1----35 7/8 x 34 3/8 1----30 3/4 x 42 1----40 1/8 x 53 1/2 1----39 7/8 x 46 1/4 x : 72 1--26 3/8 x 1 ----39 1/4 x 30 Ph. 892-2574 Carl Haak, Manager Belle Fourche, S. D.