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PAGE 8 THE 8UNDANCE TIMES OCTOBER 17. 1996 Dep~-tment of Administration and Information Division of Procurement Services Abbreviated Call For Bids Bid No. 0117-D Notice of Call for Bids Is hereby given by the State of Wyoming, Department of Environmental Quality, Abandoned Mine Lands DM- sion, Cheyenne, Wyoming, (AML) for a general contract to reclaim bentonite pits in Weston County, Wyoming, and designated as AML Project 1TE, Phase V. The work on thIs project Is arKlclpated to begin thIs fall or as weather allows. The estimated cost of the Work Is between $500,000.00 and $1,000,000.00. Sealed bids will be received until 2:00 p.m. on the 7th day of November 1996 at the Office of the Purchasing AdminIstrator, Room 323E, Emerson Building, Cheyenne. Wyoming 82002. A certified check or bid bond in the sum often percent (l 0%} of any bid must be filed with said bid, to be forfeited to the State of Wyoming as liquidated damages, if the bidder is awarded the contract and fails to enter into a contract with AML The State of Wyoming shall have the power to reject any and all bids or waive any informality in the same. QUALIFICATIONS OF BIDDERS: Each bidder must be pre-qualified by the Wyoming Department of Transportation for GRADING, LAND- 8CAPINO AND FENCING. A Bidder's Tour of the project will be convened at 1:30 p.m. on October 28, 1996, at the Stagecoach Care in Upton, Wyoming. Notice Is hereby given that attendance at the Bidder's Tour for the Project Is MANDA- TORY for all prospective bidders. The State will reject bids submitted from any bidder who failed to attend the Bidder's Tour. Questions may be directed to the Engineer outside the bid tour, however, they must be in writing. Engineer shall respond in writing, sharing the request and response with all plan-holders of record. No questions shall be responded to after Monday, November 4, 1996. Plans, specifications and the bid form may be obtained from: A.V.I.p.c. 2035 Westland Road Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001 307-637-6017 A deposit of $I00.00 Is required for one complete set of plans and specifications, fifty percent (50%) of which shall be refunded upon return of the plans and specifications In good condition to Engineer, within fourteen (14) days after the Bid Opening. By order of: State of Wyoming Dave Welshans Principal Buyer Publish: October 10, 17, 24, 1996 CROOK COUNTY BAMA~ PROPOSITION8 NOTICE" CONSERVATION DISTRIC'r TAX Notice is hereby given of an election by the qualified electors of Crook County whether or not to impose a conservation district tax, not to exceed one (I) mill, on all property within Crook County for the purpose of providing natural resource conservation programs directed by the Devils Tower Conservation District. If this proposition is approved, the tax shall remain in effect until a petition to discontinue the tax, signed by not less than ten percent ( 1 0%) of the electors of the district, is received by the board of county commissioners, and the proposal to discontinue the tax is approved by the electors. The proposal to discontinue [he tax shall be submitted to the electors of the district at the expense of the county at the next general election or by mall ballot pursuant to W.S. 22-29-114 and 22 -29-115 for approval or disapproval. Election shall be held November 5, 1996. Connie D. Tschetter Crook County Clerk Publish: October I0, 17, 24,31, 1996 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE ) OF ) Probate No. 5013 REDELL H. HOOPER, Deceased. ) NcrrlcE oF TO AI~ PERSONS IN'IE~D IN SAID ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 30th day of September, 1996, the Last Will and Testament of decedent was admitted to probate by the above named court, and that Bruce C. Hooper and Karol A. Scott were appointed Personal Representatives thereof. Any action to set aside the Will shall be filed in the Court within three months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or thereaflex be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the decedent or to decedent's estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned at Post Office Box 753, Riverton, Wyoming 82501. Creditors having claims against the decedent orthe estate are required to file them in duplicate with the neceasmy vouchers, in the office of the Clerk of said Court, on or before three months after the date of the first publication of this notice, and ff such claims are not so filed, unless otherwise allowed or pald, they will be forever barred. DATED this 11th day of October, 1996. Karol ~. Scott and Bruce C. Hooper Personal Representatives Publish: October 17, 24, 31, 1996 IN TH]~ DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF ~ IrFATB OF WYOMING IN AND FOR CROOK COUNTY IN THI MATTIR OF AT2 ) OF HAROLD K. WAGNER, ) , Probate No. 5015 Deceased. ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DECRRR FOR SUMmAry DISTRIBUTION OF REAL PROPERTY NOTICE IS HEREI~ GIVEN that Robert Wagner, James Wagner, Ella Louise Annis and Samuel Karl Wagner have filed in the District Court for the Sixth Judicial D/strict in Crook County, Wyoming, an application for a decree of distribution to them as the heirs and beneficiaries of Harold IL Wagner, deceased, of the decedent's interest in the following described property in Crook County, Wyoming: a. SLx~een head of cattle, brandedL.H.C. ,,< b. TWo bulls, branded L.H.C. c. Wyoming livestock brand, L.H.C.; RHS; L.H.H. Number 031049 Bk 68 Pg 278. d. An undivided 33.33% Interest in the oil and gas (but not coal or other minerals} underlying the following land in Crook County, Wyoming: Township 49 North, Range 66 West, 6th P.M. Section 11 -All e. An undivided one-elghth interest in the surface of the following land In Crook County, Wyoming: Township 49 North, Range 66 West, 6th P.M. Section 3 - eEl/4 Section I0 - NEI/4 f. 1968 Ford Pickup, VIN UI4NLC62939 g. 1977 Ford Pickup, VIN FI4HL 065943 The application Is filed under the provlsions of Section 2-1-205, Wyoming Statutes 1977. The Court shall consider the application at 9:00 o'clockA.M., on November 12, 1996, at the District Court, Crook County Courthouse, Sundance, Wyon~ng. Iflt appears that the facts stated in the~pplicat/on are not in dispute, the Court shall enter a decree establIshing [he right and title to the Interest of the decedent the property and dIstributing the same as requested In the application. The order will be recorded in the office of the Comgty Clerk for Crook County, Wyoming, and thereafter the decree and the record thereof shall he presumpUve evidence of title to the above-described property. Dated October 4, 1996. Publish: October 17, 24, 1996 Dawn L. Ayala Clerk of District Court Ass't Deputy Jeffrey R. Keil is the Hulett elementary principal. He taught seven years before coming to Hulett as principal three years ago. There are 162 students in Hulett and six students attend- Ing the Four OakL School. Nineteen staff members work with Mr. Kell. They are: Joy Bell Moore - Four Oaks; Mary Fahrenbruck - kindergarten; Lynda Collins and Paulle Jol]ey - lit grade; Linda Wolfskill - 2/3 combination; Toni Nelman - 2nd grade; Cindy ][linger - 3rd grade; Mary Heinart - 4th grade; Beth White - 5th grade; Beth Reilly - 5/6 combination; Frell Lynn - 6th grade; Steve Coiling - PE; Sue Clark - mmdc; lla Miller - art; Bonnie Sipe - Title I; Sam Neiman - special ed; Justine Reid - Title I aide; Jan Hackett - special ad aide; and Dawn Anderson - el- ementary aide. Mr. Kefl and his wife, Deena, have one son, Lee who is 4 years old. Jeff enjoys hunting and fishing. His favorite thing about teaching in Hulett is that he loves the kids and the parents. Two of Jeff% goals for Hulett Elementary School this year are to win the Blue Ribbon School Award and for Hulett Elementary to become NCA-OA accredited. Mr. Kefl's motto is: '~f students can not learn the way I teach, I need to teach in a way so they can learn." MILLER CREEK NEWS opal omun October 13, 1996 Linda Rogers, sister of Sally Rog- ers and Mary Yemlngton, accom- panied their mother, Gertrude Rogers, 92, from I~abson Park. Florida, on a flight to Rapid City Monday where they were met by ambulance and Mrs. Rogers en- tered the Crook County Nursing Home in Sundance. Mrs. Rogers stood the transfer very well and Is getting settled. Linda Rogers also lives in Babson Park, Florida. Paul and Jean Conzelman visited Thursday evening with Herman, Margaret and Dan White at their home. Dan Taylor, Ed and Chipper Chatfleld helped Wayne and Ross Garman work cattle Monday when they preg tested cows. Pamela and Taylor Dawn helped Dixie Garman with lunch for the crew. Kenny and Denise Rathbun, Elaina and Chesney were Friday evening visitors of Kenny~s par- ents, Bo and Criss Rathbun. Elaina and Chesney remained overnight and Chesney also spent Saturday with Criss Rathbun and played with his cousin, Roger Rathbun, son of Tony and Tamle Rathbun, who llve next door. Elalna, Chesney and Roger Rathbun begged their grand- mother, Criss for a weiner roast for Saturday night. Those attending the roast included the Kenny Rathbun family, the Tony Rath- bun family, Vere and Donna Au- rand and Bo and Criss Rathbun. It was a perfect evening for any out- door activity. Denise Rathbun and daughter, Elaina, spent some time in Spearfish Saturday shopping. Ross and Pamela Garman and four year old daughter, Taylor Dawn, were Saturday evening supper guests of Mary Garman at her home near Miller Creek. Jeremy Garman was a Sunday afternoon visitor of his grand- mother, Mary Garman. DeeLynn Garman accompanied her parents, Gerald and Patsy Bunney of near Aladdin to Powell Friday where Gerald entered his dog in the stock dog competition. They plan to return home Monday. Harold and Deb Adema drove to Midwest Friday after school where they attended the football game between Hulett and Midwest where Jordan and Josh Franzen were twoofthe players. The game started at 7 P.M. and Hulett was victorious. Wayne Garman attended the fu- neral service held for David Ha- beckTuesday at the Ferres Funeral Home in Sheridan. David was a brother of Philip Habeck of this area. William Wolfe, a former resident of the Devils Tower area, and two of his daughters, Janet and Barbara, all of Casper, visited and were dinner guests of Herman, Marg- aret and Dan White Saturday. The group spent part of the afternoon touring some of White's ranch and found the small house where Wil- llam and his family lived in their first home several years ago. Amy Tschetter of Sunday was a Thursday overnight guest of LynDee Garman. Sarah Yemington spent Friday night with Lacey Garman and Jeremy Garman was a Friday overnight guest of Will and Sam Yemington at their ranch home. Ross Garman and Taylor Dawn and Wayne Garman transacted business in Belle Fourche Friday. Dixie Garman accompanied Judy Hutchinson of near Aladdin to Waverly, Iowa, Wednesday and Thursday where they attended a sale of draft horses, light draft horses and miniature horses that was held Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The forepart of the week horse drawn machinery was sold. There were lots of Amish men at- tending the sale and very few Amish women. They reported seeing acres and acres of soy beans and corn fields enroute and the weather there was like it has been here. Lacey Garman and her sister, LynDee, and Sarah Yemington at- tended a volleyball game in Hulett Saturday afternoon where Hulett beat their opponent, the Wright team. Harold and Deb Franzen recently sold two of their paint mares to a tourist from Italy who was spend- ing some time at a guest ranch in the area. The mares will he in quarantine for 30 days at Gutherie, Oklahoma, and then will travel to Italy via plane. Ademas sold two mares to a buyer in Hawaii a few years ago. Dorothy and Barry Floyd arrived at Opal Oudin's ranch home Fri- day where they spent the weekend. They also fished at Sand Creek, attended a Halloween party in costume in Sundance Saturday night and returned to their home in Casper Sunday afternoon. The Bob Yemlngton family, the Steve Hflty familyofSundance and Steve's father, Jim Hflty of Cleve- land, Ohio, Linda Rogers of Florida and Sally Rogers enjoyed an evening together when they met at the Crook County Saloon dining room for dinner. Mary Yemington and daughter, Sarah, and Sally Rogers of Sun- dance took Linda Rogers to the Rapid City Airport Friday where they ate lunch together while waiting for Linda's flight back to her home in Babson Park, Florida. Betty Rush of Hulett was a Sun- day aiternoon visitor at the home of Ross, Pamela and Taylor Dawn Garman. Bettyis Pamela's mother. Myrtle Proctor of Kara Creek has been staying with her son and his wife, Frank and Marilyn Proctor, while she is recuperating from surgery about two weeks ago when she had a perforated ulcer repaired. She was a houseguest of Mildred Anderson of near Miller Creek Saturday afternoon, Saturday night and Sunday. Bill and Elva Crags were Sunday supper guests at Mildred Anderson's where they also visited with Myrtle. Opal Ou- din and Bob Wyman were Sunday afternoon callers at Mildred Anderson's. TEAM STANDINGS Sagebrusllers 14-6 Snowbirds 13-7 Oddballs 11-9 Sodbusters I 1-9 Elghtballs 1 1-9 Springchlckens 10-10 C limbers 8-12 Team Eight 2-18 MEN'S HIGH GAME C. Langenderfer 180 Amie Duca 176 Bart Olson 176 Ancil Slsson 151 MEWS HIGH SERIES Arnle Duca 472 C. Langenderfer 462 Bart Olson 454 WOMEN'8 HIGH GAME Olive Mellor 190 Irene Buckmiller 179 Coralle Lubken 168 WOMEN'S HIGH SERIES Irene Buckmiller 502 Hazel Baker 462 LoIs Hilkemeier 458 TEAM HIGH GAME Springchlckens 1044 Springchickens 1024 Sprlngchickens I 019 TEAM HIGH SERIES Springchickens 3087 Oddballs 2993 Sodbusters 2985 UNIQUE SCORES Jeanette Ray 2-7 Lois Schelling 5-6, 7-6 Ancil Sisson 5-7 Hazel Baker 3-10 Bill Baker 2-7 Coralle Lubken 5-6, 3-10 Doris Jespersen 3- I0 Mary Ann Shannon 5-8-10 OLD TIMERS LF .GUE October 8, 1996 TEAM STANDINGS Sagebrushers Eight.balls Oddballs Snowbirds Sodbusters Springchlckens Climbers Team Eight MEN'S HIGH GAME Bart Olson Amle Duca Robert Smoot MEN'8 HIGH SERIES Bart Olson Amie Duca 413 "Robert Smoot 412 WOM]~PS HIGH GAME Coralie Lubken 178 Irene BUckmiller 177 Betty Gray (Sub) 173 WOMEN'S HIGH 8ER/E8 Irene Buckn~lller Comlte Lubken Betty Cunningham TEAM HIGH GAME Oddballs 1069 Odd~ 1068 Climbers 1064 TEAM HIGH SERIES Climbers 3135 Oddballs 3123 Sagebrushers 3081 umguB scoR s Hazel Baker 3- I 0 Dottle Mobley 5- I 0, 5-7 Arlene Olson 3-10 Irene Buckmfller 3- I 0 LoIs Hilkemeier 7-4-8 Bart Olson 5- I 0 Doris Jespersen 8-7 Betty Cunningham 3- I 0 Mildred Anderson 3-10 17-7 15-9 14-10 14-10 12-12 11-13 11-13 2-22 191 156 153 Nffl OWL NITE OWL LF~.Gb'E October IS, 1996 Parsons Const. 19-5 Shep's 16-8 ACC 13- I I Cowboy Bar Frontier Lanes Hlgbee's Care Adam's Eve MEN'S HIGH GAME Rich Hillman Al Williams Guy Phillips Rick Mills MEN'S HIGH SERIES Al Williams 557 Rich Htllman 512 Rick Mills 505 WOMEN'S HIGH GAME Cheryl "IYigg . 210 Betty Vrana 205 Margaret Holmes 182 WOMEN'8 HIGH SERIES Cheryl Trlgg Betty Vrana Margaret Holmes Mary Shepperson TEAM HIGH GAME ACC Parsons Const Shep's TEAM HIGH SERIES ACC Parsons Sheps UNIg SCOR S Tim Toth 3-10 Margaret Holmes 2-7 Mary Shepperson 5-9-10 Shirley Hfllman 5-7 Kevin Trigg 4-7-8 Cheryl T~.gg 3- I 0 October 1, 19~:J Mary Ann Robinson Kathy Olson LOIs Hllkemeler (Sub) Mary Ann Robinson Ellen Blakeman Irene Buckmiller (Sub) Scholastic book fair is coming The Scholastic Book Fair' coming to town the end month. VIsiting the book be like visiting a book store interesting books for all ages. will be the newest and best available in children's and literature. A copy of the Scholastic Fair book lIst will be sent soon with children. many of the books featured fair, all of which have been~ fully selected b3 tots and editors. nominees for the 1 will be featured at the school along Bus, Goosebumps, nets and Caldecott fiction and nonfiction The high school will eral books that might make! lent Chrlstmas gifts such asl on quilting and book, will also be available high school. A collection ofl byDorling at both the elementary high school. books for the preschooler cial interest books They ask everyone to event by helping their books to read. ,~ positively influenced to quality books. All benefit the schools by funds for important'school especlalb of the Young Authors The dates are October 28 November 1 from 8 a.m. p.m. except on Tuesday, 29 when the book fair will be during parent-teacher in the evening. fairs wifi run from 8 a.m. to Everyone is invited DTCD supervisor named to ,state board of directors 508 Veronica Canfield, Devils I 483 ConservaUon DIstrict 474 was elected to fill the tion Directors at this meeting in Buffalo. There are five areas Wyoming. Each area has rectors. Area I encore northeast Wyoming, Sheridan Co. CD, CD, the Powder River IntermountainCD, Natural Resource District, JimPerinc Weston County, Veronica to fill his vacant Skip Bryant, Intermountal~ Gillette Each director serves a and Is eligible to serve secutlve terms. The WACD and Is responsible for the affairs of the September 26, 1996 BarFly's 11 I/2-4 I/2 Carol Farver is Union St. Bank 10 I/2-5 I/2 finalist for 1996 Fuller Const. 8 1/2-7 1/2 Worden Accounting 8-8 teacher award Cad's Bait Shop 7-9 Judy C'atchpole, State Sundance Equip. 6 1/2-9 I/2 tendent of I Krltter Kutters 6-10 13-11 Farmers Co-op 6-10 Wyoming Teacher of the Inc. INDIVIDUAL HIGH S~ Inc. Chery]Trigg (Sub) 534 are: Linda Brain, a 7-17 Janny Gregson 506 computer applications LoIs Hilkemeier (Sub) 475 High School Ill, 213 INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME Farver, a fifth-grade 198 Deanna Gauthisr 208 Sundance 175 LindaWhisler(Sub) 203 Cheryl Granstaff, a 175 CheryI Trigg (Sub) 201 English teacher at Cheese & i for October S, 1996 Middle School; Bar Fly's 12 I/2-7 1/2 dergarten teacher at Union State Bank 11 1/2-8 I/2ementary School, Fuller Const. I I I/2-8 1/2Kevin Teunant, Worden Accounting I I-9 Campbell County High Cad's Bait Shop I I0-I0 Gillette. Sundance Equip. 9 I/2-I0 I/2 ~JIa~ed Ads Kritter Kutters 7-13 An Easy Way Farmers Co-op 7-13 - -+-~r .... 495 TRY IT!! 495 492 YOU'LL LIKE IT!! 830 827 Pizza- E0gs, 791 baked on a pizza crust. A delicious meal 2368 2290 2270 slice with a free small or $2 Medium Pizza Coke Products ...... $2.49 Lusk, WY Sundance, WY Custer,