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September 28, 1967     The Sundance Times
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I Air Force Band at High School Thursday The Air Force Band of the Black Hills from EIIsworth Air Force Base will appear in concert here Thursday. Sept. 30 - Oct. 7 Nearly 9500 Wyoming 4-H club members and 2,424 adult leaders will join in observing National 4-H Club Week Sept. 30 to Oct. 7. J. M. Nicholls, state 4-H club leader, said, "The main purpose of ,I-H club's is to .make good citi- zens and leaders of :boys and girls Who participate in the pro- gram." During 4-H Week, club mem- bers will make every effort to in- form their communities about 4-H work, Newspapers, radio and television will carry 4-H ne~vs ~nd :features. Members will also speak tO civic grot~ps and arrange store window exhibits. Ever since the Smith-Lever Act o:f 1914 authorized use of federal nee Continuing 7he Crook County News AL NIW' An Independent Newspaper m Publhdwd Every Thursday by The Times Publllhlng Co. The Tlmee Is Ingel IWWSpaper for all publi~tion~ Jehn g. Llnclsoy, Publlchor Charlotto I, Llndsoy, Circulation Man~ler Howard Allen,News Edlter Subscription Rates: To P. O. Address In Wyoming, and Butte, Lawrence and Cart- or Counties, $4.00 per year. To P. O. Address ou*slde Wye- mini; $4-50 pe,' yur. Minimum Subscription, 6 Mso. $zs0 NOTE: If changing acldreu, piNso INCLUDE former ~1. dreso. Also give Box or Stm~ Ne. end your ZIP CODE. ]Mtered at the posto ee at Bmmlta , Wyoming 82729, u $eeoad e]au matter under the act o$ Ma Jz S. 181g. funds ,to assist in club work for youths, 4-H programs have been part of the National Educational System of Cooperative E)ctension work in which ,the U. S. Depart- ment of Agriculture, ,land grant colleges and counties share. Nichols said boys and girls be- .tween the ages of 9 and 19 are eligible to join 4-H. "Learn by doing" projects are available in hundreds ~f areas for urban and rural young ,people. Ni.Cholls said adult leaders for these projects are badly needed. Youths and adults interested in learning more abou,t 4-H can ,write, call or visit ,their local coun.ty Extension office. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All credLtors and others inter- ested in the estate of Edward Vopat, Deceased, take notice that the undersigned Execute of said estate will on or before the 6th day of Octeber, 1967, file in the office of ,the Clerk of Court of Crook County, Wyomirtg, his final account and petition for distr~bu- tion of said estate, where anyone irtterested ma~. examine such ac- coun`t and petition and.file objec- tions thereto in writing on or before ,the 17th day Qf October, 1967, and if no abjeotions are fil- ed thereto, he will make final settlement of said estate on the 18th day of October, 1967, or as soon thereafter as the matter my ,be Imard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming ,this 14th day of September, 1967. ,Buster C. Vopat, Executor Reynolds & Hag, hes, Attorneys Sept. 14-21-28---Oct. 5, 1967. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT WITHIN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CROOK AND STATE OF WYOMING In the ~atter ~f ,the Estate of John H. Hague, Deceased NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance of an order of the above entitled court made in the above entitled estate on the 12th day of September, 1967, the un- dersigned, as .administrator,. will sell the real estate hereinafter described at public auotion to the highest bidder for cash, on ,the l~th day of October, 1967 at the hour of 11 o'clock A.M., at the court room of the court house in Sundance, Crook County, Wyo- ming, subject only to the confirm- tlon of said sale as provided by law. The real estate hereinbefore referred to is particularly deserib- The band will play at the Sundance gymnasium from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. witb 'M public )nvited to attend. There is no charge for the concert. 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