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Sundance, Wyoming
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October 5, 1944

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Victory Buy War Bonds F. Lindsey and Velma H. Butterfleld Pub|ishers Published E~ry Thur~ by THE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. C~mty, City & U. S. Land Offi~ An Independent Newspaper SUBSCRIPION RATES: MONTHS 75 ................. $1.50 Per Year In Tri-State Trade Area Per Year Outside TrJ-State Tra~kl Area M the po~toffice at Sundance, Wy- as s~m.d class matter u.der ~e act ~. 1879. Churches CHURCH SERVICES Lee L. Burton. Minister) ~unday school every morning at 10:00 o'clock. service every first and Sunday evenings at 7:30. people and adult ser- every Sunday evening at mid-week service ev- evening at 7:30. -- Sunday school every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. service every first Sun- morning" s,t 11:00. HAVEN--Church service ~md and four Sunday at I1:00. Mrvice ev- mmeond Sunday afternoon at TOWER --- Sun#lay every Sunday morning at o'clock. serviee every third morning at 11:00. .X CHURCH B. Clayton, pastor) School--10:00 A. M. Morning Worship A.M. Evening Worship P~M. Evening High School Fellowship Hour --- 7:30 Evening Prayer 7:30. BEULAH Sunday---Sunday school 2: Service 3:00. 3rd Satur- night, worship service 8:30. RIFLE PIT DMDE Sunday, Swnday school Worship service 3. Each evening Bible study Prayer service, 8: 30. WILLIAMS DIVIDE Sunday---Sunday school 2. service 3. 1st Saturday worship service 8:30. SUNNY DIVIDE Sunday--Worship service, 2nd Saturday night, wor- service--9 : 00. X ' GAL NOTICES 0P SKERIFI S SALE of a Judgment and de- made and entered by the Court of Crook County, on September I1, 1944, ILction therei~ pending Jay D. Hejde is plaintiff, John B. Ettingerand Cora infringer ~nsband and wife, LODGE The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming and the unknown heirs and de- visees of Helen Hickey, deceased, are defendants, I will sell at pub- lic vendue to the highest bidder for cash, on the 14th day of Oc- tober, 1944, at the hour of 11:00 o'clock in the forenoon at the front door of the court house in Sundance, Crook County, Wyom- ing, the following described real estate, to-wit: The south half of the southwest quarter, the north- easL quarter of the southwest quarter, and the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 5 in Town- ship 55 north of Range 62 West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, Crook County, Wy- oming. Said above described property being sold to satisfy the amount due under said Judgment and decree, to-wit: the sum of $2,064.03 and $21.86 costs with interest from date of decree and accruing costs. I~ted at Sundance, Wyoming, this llth day of September, A. D. 1944. W. H. BLAKEMAN, Sheriff of Crook County, Wyoming Otis Reynolds, Attorney for Plaintiff. September 14-21-28. Oct .4 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEKEI All creditors and others inter- ested in estate of Henry T. Will- iams, deceased, take notice, that the undersigned executor of said estate will, on or before October 14, 1944, file in the office of Clerk of Court of Crook County, Wyoming, his final account and petition for distribution of said estate, ~uChere anyone i~terested, may examine such account and petition and file objections there- to in writing at any time before October 24, 1944, and if no obJec- tons are filed thereto, he will make final settlement of said es- tate on October 25, 1944, or soon thereafter as the matter may be heard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming this 16th day of September, 1944. FRANK W. WILLIAMS, Executor. James T. McGuckln, A~torney. September 21-28--Oct. 5-12. X. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AKENDKENT The following Is a full, true and correct copy of the Consti- tutional Amendment proposed in the House, known ms House Joint Resolution Number 1, passed by both the House and the Senate, voting ~eparately, in the Twen- ty-Seventh Session of the Legis- lature of the State of Wyoming, to be submitted to the electors o; tLe S~.ute -Jr Wyoming for taeir adoption or rejection at the Gen- ~..ral Ehclion ,'o be held on the Seventh day of Novembe,', A. D.. 1944, being ~'~oposed Constitu- tional Amendment Number 1. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NUMBER 1 "Article XIV, Section 3. The legislature shall by law designate county offices and shall, from time to time, fix the salaries of county officers, which shall in all cases be in proportion to the val- ue of the services rendered and duties performed." MART T. CHRISTENSEN, Secretary of State August 10--October 26. X' PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT The following Is a full, true and correct copy of a Constitu- tional Amendment proposed in the House, known as House Joint Resolution Number 1, passed by both the House and the Senate, voting separately, in the Special Session of the Twenty-Seventh Legislature of the State of Wyo- ming, to be submitted to the electors of the State of Wyoming for their adoption or rejection at the General Election to be held on the Seventh day of November, A. D., 1944, being Proposed Con- stitutional Amendment Number 2. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NUMBER 2 "Article VI, Section 22. The provisions of Section 11 of Article 6 of this constitution, shall pro- vide that the ballots therein men- tioned shall be delivered on elec- tion day to the voters within the polling place by sworn public of- ficials, and that onlF such ballots so delivered shall be received and counted, shall not be applicable to, affect or invalidate absent vot- er ballots and voting thereof and registration therefor, as provid- ed by Article 14 of Chapter 36, Wyoming Revised Statutes, 1931, and other Acts of the Legislature of the State of Wyoming, amen- datory thereof or related thereto, whether heretofore or hereafter enacted." MART T. CHRISTENSEN, Secretary of State August 10---October 26. Miller Creek In The Black Hills of Wyo. drove to Gillette Saturday. [ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ouflin and ]family spent the week-end at the Will Oudi~s. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Moore, Kathleen, Mr. and Mrs. Hally Oudin, Alice Ann and Mrs. Will Oudin were business visitors in Sundance Saturday. Mrs. Dave Hilton began teach- ing the Bitter Springs school Monday morning. Mr. a~d Mrs. Gerald Eaton and family transacted business in Spearfish Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Rathbun, Jennie Lea and Mrs. Llllle Storts were visitors at the John Guidin- get home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Golf depart- ed for Newcastle Monday where he has employment. He has dis- posed of his property at Wonder- view Park to his sons. Typewriter Ribbons at The Times for all makes of machines, 90c. ANYWHERE--ANYTIME Either Semi or Straight Truck Phone 81 8undanee II I I I II and General EITHER SEMI 0R STRAIGHT TRUCK -LIVESTOCK GETS A PREFERENCE 3 TRUCKS GO DAY OR NIGHT INSURED FOR YOUR PROTECTION Phone 4F101 Sundanee I I I I I II I ill J WE WILL BUY LIVE POULTRY --at C. D. ROBERT8 MILLING CO. From 8 to 12 A. N. I I| I II III Please Do Not Feed Before Bringing In I II [I ill [ [[[ll[ C. F. Barker and Neff Crago finished combining Friday. Mrs. H. D. Myers and sons spent the week-end at the ranch. Mrs. J. P. Solomon and Bernard I NOW AT ITS BEST AND PROBABLY AS CHEAP AS IT WILL BE. We have and will be receiving almost every day Peaches and Pears in boxes and bushels, Grapes and Apples. We also receive supplies daily of home grown vegetables of all kinds. 0ur stock of fruit jars and all canning supplies il very com- pleto. RED STAMPS WITH EVERY SALE Groceries, Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, Bakery Ooodl BF.J,L POURCTI .., S. D. W. Newland Establ hed 188 ;ame t Newland, MEATS---FATS--Red stamps A8 through Z8 and A5 thru G5 remain good indefinitely for 10 points. HS, J5 and K5 became valid Oct. 1. Butter is now up to 20 points. All oth- er rationed foods--meat, other dairy products, and process- ed foods--retain their current values. PROCESSED FOODS---Blue stamps A8 through Z8 and A6 through L5 remain good indefinitely for 10 points. M~i thru R5 were good ,beginning Oct. 1. SUGAR---Sugar stamps 30, 31, 32 and 33 each good for 5 lbs. indefinitely. Sugar stamp 40 is good for 5 lbs., canning sugar and up to 20 Ibs. more per person may be secured upon application to the rationing board. There is no deadline for securing the canning sugar. GASOLINE.--A-13 stamps now valid and are good through December $I. 9, A.F. & A.M. and fburth of each month Muter WANTED: Driller for two soft water wells Inquire of Ty Butcher or Newland and sore I WI.,KND & 80N COLONY, WYOMING SHOES--Airplane stam~ 1 and ~ in Book 8 good indefin- itely. A new stamp will be announced for Nov. 1. * ALL FOOD STAMPS IN BOOK 4 * e I~1~111 Ill Inll ImuOAuCI, WYOIIIlUl lrlllll ~ l~(ll IlllPIqllli III.qlNIIMTIII Will II IIIIIMll.