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I'Ierb Livingston, president of t.he Wyoming Farm Bureau, is ~wn as he receives the George ashington Award from the Free- u~nas Foundation. ~vl~,esen,ting .the award is Charles a board member of the foundation, Valley Forge, Pa. The award was presented to ,Livingston for his article, "Checks .and Balances," ~whieh appeared in the Wyoming Farm Bureau publi- cation, "Wyoming Agriculture." New Haven FB ~ I'Iarley Rathbun was re-elected siden,t of ~he New Haven Farm ~Ureau at a meeting of the local Pt. 11 The meeting was held the Dean Bush home with 21 Cezn,bers, 11 children and two ~ests attending. .. ~,0ther officers are ~eorge ~s Jr., Hce president; Mable ~, let, secretary-treasurer; and ~aUdie ,Hauber, chairman of the ~;Ornen~s committee. to the membership co- were Mable Fo~vler, Har- I'Iauber, George Wa,tts Jr., Ione and Art .Hauber and Shirley Rathbun. decided on road signs the Hule~t high school vo-ag doing ,the work on the signs. ~were given ~ chair- and Rhonda Bush ~on .the larize. meeting of the New Ha- ~oeal will be held a 7:30 p. Oct. 9 at :the Mable Fowler will .be given by these George Watts Yr., res- Art Hauber, nomina- Mel Storm and Dean Bush, pcywer-in-people; Harlan WilLiams, legislative; and Tiny Bush, Ione ttauber, Carley Storm and Helena Ista, sentinels committee. A door prize will be ~warded during ,the meeting. A Now Haven community build- irtg meetittg will ,be held follow- ing the Farm Bureau meeting. Stocker and Feeder Summary Sioux City, Ia.--A ,total of 11,- 099 head of stockers, feeders and ca~ves went to Corn Belt Yeedlots this week from ,the Sioux City Stockyards. This was 2,200 less than ,last week and 1,200 less tchan a year ago. Feeder steers under 650 lbs., heifers were generally steady to 50 lower. Steers over 700 lbs. ~vere mostly 5041.00 lower for ,the week. Choice 1100-1200 lb. three-year old steers ranged from $24.00 - 24.50. Cohice 900-1000 lb. steers sold $24.50-25.50. Choice 80-900 lb. steers brought $25.00- 26.50. Choice 700-800 lb. stee:rs sold from $25.50 - 27.50. Choice .short-yeaEing steers from 500-600 ~bs. $27.50-29.00. Feeder heifers weighing 600- 700 lbs. cleared $24.00 - $26.25. Choice 500-600 lb. heifers brought to SHS Homecoming ~k special purchase/ ii HORIZONTAl.. STRI~.TCH $1..ACI~, IOO'/. COTTOI,4 AND ccrrTo~ ~I~ND5. PRINT AND SOLID COtLORS. SlT.EI~ IO TO I~ / REO. 2.98 Ph.283.2082 Sundance THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 28, 1967 $25.5O-27.O0. Steer calves sold from $29.50 - ~33.O0 per c~t while heifer calves sold from $26.50 - $30.00. The average ~vei~hts of steers was 740 l~bs. this week which was 19 pounds more than a year ago. The average eeder steer price ~vas $25.65 per ewt this week com- pared w~th $25.94 a year ago. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the ,Ma,tter of ,the Estate of Randloph V. Regan, Deceased. Notice is hereby given ~chat let- ters of ,administration have been ,granted to Che undersigned ad- ministra,tor ,by the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate, and ,that all persons :having .claims against said estate ,are required ~o ~ile ihem with the necessary vouchers in the office of ~he Clerk of ,the above named eour~ or ,to exhi.hit them with the necessary vouchers on or befoze six months af, ter September 28, 1967, the date of the first publi- cation of this notice to the un- .dersigned administrator a,t the 'law office of Reynolds & Hughes ~n Sun dance, Wyoming, and if such claims are not so filed or ex- ~hib~ted, they will be forever bar- red. Dated this 28th day of Septem- ber, 1967. Cecil K. Hughes, Administrator Reynolds & ~ughes, Attorneys Sept. 28---Oct. 5-12. New Sherry Harper, Casper Signe Olson, Provo, Utah Cl'audette Miller, Las Vegas, N. M. Radio Station ~, Sturgis, James Gels, Casper ,Eddie R. Chatfield, Sundance Howard P~ckerd, Fort Collins, Colo. Mrs. S. G. Endieo,tt, Fort Branch, Indiana Renewals Joyee Lobban, Seely Idolo Giaehino, .&Iva J. B. Prazma, Moorcroft Jack W. Pickerd, Wahiawa, Hawaii Leonard A. McCullough, Moor- croR .Floyd I. Carr, Sundanee Mrs. Chas. P. Oudin, Sundance 'L. F. Redding, ~lulett John Wha]en, Aladdin Ralph E. Mills, Jr., Carlile Lydia A. Hauber, I-lulett BITS AND P]ECES Potato C,r~k Johnny; ' Dad' Grleb, History of Philip, S. D.; - Dan,elson" a Double-End Saloon; Valley,, of the Sweetweter lind Ilone Willlemson's nostalgic "THEN. 75 per copy - $6.00 per year Box 746, Newcaatle, Wyo. 82701 2 p.m.- 10 p.m. 11 a.m.- 10 p.m. WELCOME TO SUNDANCE HIGH SCHOOL HOMECOMING / Drafts come in different sizes (this is a little size) but LITTLE or BIG they should be eliminated and we have the material to do it. We Caulking Com AI " Come in today - you'll find all your building needs at Ph. 283-1065 Edward Petersen, Manager Sundance