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Listen to Our Market Reports over KASL Newcastle Monday thru Friday at 12:30 Noon Courtesy of the Sturgis Livestock Exchange OF THE BOARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS rilE COURT HOUSE AT SUN- ~CE, CROOK COUNTY, WY Office of the County CommisSioners t. 24. 1953 o'clock p.m. Board of County Commis- met this day in Special Ses- present, H. C. Minnich, chair- A. C. Moore. b]as'ent Gilberl ) special Malt Beverage Permi't issued F. W. Rees for Sept. 27, for an open air stand, situat- on metes and bounds descrip- in SWSE1A: SE~ASW~: 8, T. 52 N. R. 65 W. 6th P.M.; he having made appIication Paid the necessary fee for The Board then adjourned to in regular session October 1953 to conduct regular county 6, 1953 O'clock a.m, . . The Board of County CQmmiSS, met this day in regular pursuant to adjournment 24, 1953; Present, H. C. chairman; A. C. Moore, Brimmer. Foster appeared by his Scotty Gladstone to make to the petition for pri- as filed by Ray C. Edsall September meeting of the as to the time of m~etia~ regularly moved and~:ewr- all members voting aye, that time for hearing of this pet~ be set for Dec. 1, 1953 at 10 a.m. and the County Clerk ordered to mail a, ~otice to effect, by regi~terec[ mail to Foster at~A|zadai Mont. for a contract as to use from the Hulett Water with the inCorPorated town Crook Cofinty; Wyoming deferred until the contract be drawn Ul~ anti,had the of the Crook County Attor- O'clock N. Board recessed P. M., Board resumed afternoon was spent going various road projects in the with delegations from vat- Parts of the county. o'clock P. M., Board re- 7, 1953. o'clock A. M. Board resum- session. ~e following bills were al- and the County Clerk was to issue warrants in as follows: ROAD AND BRIDGE Operators and Labor Mauch ......................22.16 Donaldson ...... _: .....209.72 Wells Sr ...................287.64 Roberts ...................... 206.85 L. Rathbun, mowing ............................. 148.75 mowing weeds 30.00 ........................ 385.63 R. Bunne], "Cat ork ................................. 144.00 Fuel, Materials, Repairs, Misc. Electric Assn. for moving poles on Right-of ay ................................ 2,250.00 Service Station ........ 237.54 Gas and Appliance ..... 70.39 Station ................. 28.93 Oil Co ........:_ ......... 154.60 Texaco Service .. 29.19 S Chevrolet Co ......... 14.80 Service Station ........ 5.13 a's Conoco Service .............................. 69.85 ............................. 69.12 ............................. 69.92 Store ........................ 2.00 County Refinery ...... 80.59 Lumber & Grain ............................ 209.45 .......................... : 40.88 Smith, Imp. Co .......... 18.00 Machinery Co .... 220.10 Machine Shop ......... 13.50 Hedrick .............. 55.25 Repair Shop ....... 31.43 Co., Moor- 30.21 Nash Davis Co ..................... 80 Sisson's Welding Service, Moorcroft ......................... 51.74 Moorcroft .Motor Co ............ 26.87 Harvey Davis ........................ 108.68 Willard Fall ........................ 30.00 Tower Lumber Co ............... 2.50 County Officers Salary A. C. Moore, Commission er ...................... .:.. ......... ~ 126.96 H. C. Minnich, Commission-'! er ............................ 88.80 Gilbert Brimmer, Commiss- ioaex ............................. 154.16 'F~;anei~ Hejde, Clerk ........ 246.55 Virginia~ Z~ Hejde, Deputy Clerk ......................... 187.52 Marion Cure, Deputy Clerk ............................ 198.62 Paul Yeoman, Treasurer .... 229.09 Phyllis McLaughlin, Deputy Treasurer, assigned coun- ty Treasurer .............. 187.52 Ethel Yeoman, Treasurer's office ....................... 22.61 Ruby Sager, assigned Coun- ty Treasurer, writing tax notices ................ ., ............. 112.80 Dearie H~ Bryatn, AsSessor .... 224.43 Loretta Durfee, Deputy A~essor ........... /~_ .............. 187.52 W. H. Blakeman, Sheriff and expense ...................... 402.90 Otis Reynolds, Attorney and office rent ................... 192:99 Nora Refiner, Attorney office .......................... 89.20 Hazel L. Kelly, Supt ............. 260.81 Leona Dillon, Supt. Office assigned county Treasar-__.k~_' er ......... := ............. --~ .... 40,00 Alice Ann}Fall, Supt.'Ofi~ice assigned County Treasur- er ......... -~.----~.-~--. Maurine Drus., Supt. office 31.40 Millicent Henderson, assign- ed Co.~t~nty Treasurer, In- s~d~i. .............. ~ 25.00 Ona A. Sisson, assigned County,,~eas., Institute_. 5.00 Atha Altizer, assigned coun- ty treasurer, Institute .... 5.00 Alta Plato, assigned coulaty : treasurer, Institute ~ .... 5.00 A. N. Taylor, Coroner _~____ 14.80 Leona Dillon, County Ag- ent's office .................. 5.00 . Livestock Inspection Margaret D. Sutton ....... 150.05 .Verle Wagner ............. : .... 53.14 S. Elmo Wesley ................ 18.02 Wilbert N. Long ................ 22.00 Ray Craft ............................ 15.00 W. C. Mathews .................... 23.12 HerberCE. Tope ................. 15.96 Application for Jury," fees Ray V. Olds .......................... 35.76 in Civil Suit ......... / ............ 10.00 A. C. Reynolds ....... v____.:_= ..... 20~00 Green Mountain Cemetery Printing and Records 'Assn., calte of graves, Art Burnside & Co., sup- county lot .......... = ....... ~:. .... 80.00 plies ................................... 20.27 The following, bills for materials Burroughs Adding Mch. Co. and supplies for the fair grounds develop film ...................... 1.71 and County' Fair and flied with Sheridan Typewriter & Sup- Crook county were turned over to ply, supplies ...................... the County Fair Assn. as follows: Omaha Printing Co., sup- C.D. Roberts, supplies ........ 25.39 plies ................................... 14.4' Petersen Lumber & Grain Court House Expense Wire and supplies .......... 168.57 John A. Blakeman, Janitor 218.75 Hart Bros., Lumber Co., Edna Blakeman Board of materials Prisoners ........................ 45.00 Whitewood Post-&--Po-ie--Co., 28.52 Marshall Wells Store, paint 2.40 posts ................................... 32.64 Everett Humphrey, connect- C.G. Sutton, posts for rodeo ing sewer ........................ 54.00 grounds, purchased from City Water Commissioner Golden Gate Timber Co. 28.20 water rental ..................... 8.00 Harry C. Wells filed application Tri-County Electric Assn., for rebate of taxes in the amount lights .................................. 38.20 of $37.13 for the years 1948-49-50 C. D. Roberts, supplies 51-52 and 53 for the difference in Claimed ............................. 231.91 the amount of acreage assessed as Allowed ...................... 206.52 farm ground and claimed as graz- City of Sundance, Sewer ing ground. This claim was not availability and hookup allowed by the Board. charge; Courthouse and Fairgrounds - claimed ...... 340.00 Comes James O'Conner for Pru- allowed ........................ 100.00 dence O'Conner and filed applica- Miscellaneous Selco Supply CO., supplies_. Security Trust and Title Co., premium on bonds .... Mountain: States Tel. & Tel Co., tolls ........................... Mona Short Line Tele. Co., rental and tolls ................ 57.15 T~mes P~lish~ng Co., - . '~rintillg ~an~ supplies __~ W~). Highwa~ Departmei~t Short Whve,:~Rentat ....... State T~asur~., Co~penss- _:: tion .................................... 80.72 Federal Reserve Bank, tax_. 434.96 State Treasurer, Social Security _-:,- .......................416.70 American Society of Agron- omy, Subscription ............ 2.00 Vets rodeo, refund of cotm- ty, License fees ........ 40.00 Hansen Plays & Novelty Co., supplies .......... _ ..... Cornell UniverSity Press, supplies ........................ 3.83 Marie Oudin for County Agent_ ......................... 179.,2"/ Donna Herman, mileage =.. 8,00 Willet Keyser, county Ag- ent mileage and expense The following bills were over for further consideration: Scotty Gladstone, refund of tion for rebate of 1953 taxes in the 3.60 amount of $67.39 for over assess- ment of improvements from the 36.00 figuring of house measurement. It was regularly moved and car: .75 ried, all members voting aye, that rebate be allowed as asked for. The following County Officers reports of earnings and collections for the month of Sept., 1953 was approved and ordered paid into the various county funds as fol- lows: Margaret O. Sutton, County Livestock Inspector, $296.10, Live- stock Inspection Fund; Sidney Harvey, Justice of the Peace of Precinct No. 1, Fines, $220.00, Gen- eral School Fund; Francis Hejde, Clerk of Court, Civil and' Probate fees, $63.75; Francis HeJde, Coun- ty Clerk. Recording, Filing and Miscellaneous fees, $299.55, Cohnty General Fund. No further business coming be- fore the Board, it was moved and carried to adjourn to meet in Special Session November 3, 1953 to conduct usual County Business. Boar~ of (Lvook. County Commissioners By H. C. Minnich, Chairman ATTEST: FRANCIS HEJDE, i County Clerk. Dr. J. G. Betts Osteopath - Physician Spearfish, S. D. RECORDS! FOR HALLOWE'EN Choose from our big selection of Old Timer records for S~luare dancing. Instructions included for Red River Valley, Arizona Double Star, Golden Slippers, Jessie Polka Square, Bell Bottom Trousers, Old Soft Shoe, Blue Pacific Waltz, Oxford Minuet, Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight and Waltz of the West. The witches and hobgoblins will be stirring around October 31 as usual'. Better get ready now for that Hallowe'en party. And for that gay ]Ial~ lowe'en party see us for party needs. "k Masks -k Nut Cups -k Table Cloths "k Pumpkins Top Popular Tunes ' Vaya Con Dios - Les Paul & Mary Ford You, You, You, - Ames Bros. Oh - Pee Wee Hunt A Dear John Letter - Jean Shepard Little Blue Riding Hood. Start Freeberg Miller Limited Edition Album We have one copy of this special album which includes 60 of Glenn's famous re- cordings. Lee's PharmacySundance Electric , Phone 50R2 ' Sundance, Wyo. Phone 44 Sundanc , Wyo.