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October 30, 1969     The Sundance Times
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By Loring L. Cannon Northern Wyoming Mental HeMt~ Center THIS UP AND OOWN LIFE I thin~ many ~,ople have the idea that mental heMth practi- tioners ~re in the .business of making "Olfle harpy. That they somehow help their clients forget tbei~ troubles sad smile more. Well, entertainers and comedi- ans do this but not mental heal~ people. 'Why not?" you ask. Because an active ~healthy person cannot avoid hurt or pain or failure all the time. To help a person con- tin~al~y smile in the face of a tragedy ~rottld ,be ,to he tp them den~' life Ltsel~. Life does have its dark hours .as well as its sun. ny days. ~Best sellers and good movies are ~ull ~f both. Our task in the counseling ses- sion is to ~help a person examine a continual upse~ or failure or pain they are experiencing and determine ,what's ,causing it. When the cause is located (which is a mighty big task sometimes) then searching ~,or better ways of coping with it is the next hurdle. A person ~ho c~pes well with life's problems is usually enjoying .good mental ~health. ~But again, ,a person who is en. joying good men~al health is not always awiding pain. That's the reason there are few "cures" i,n our work. Because to stop all pain would be ,to stop Living. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditozs and others inter- ested ,in the estate of Ernest Bri~k, Deceased, Cake notice tha~ the undersigaed execuftxix of said estate will on or before the l~th day of November, 1960, file in the vCfiee o the Clerk o~ Court of Crook County, Wyoming, her final avcocmt and petition for distribution of said esta.te, where anyone interested may examine such ~account and petition and file abjections thereto in ~riting on or before the 25th day of November, 1969, and ~ no obJec. ~ions are filed thereto, she will ma~e fittal Settlement of said es. t~te on the 26th day of Novem- ber, 1969, or as soon thereafter as the matter a-nay ,be &eavd. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming, Chis 23rd day of October, 1969. Freda 'Brink, F, xe~x Reynolds & ~ughes, Attorneys Oct. 23-30-Nov. 6-13, 1969. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the ~tter of the Estate of B. C~ffield, St., also know~ as ~E. B. Chatfleld, Deceased. ~Notice is hereby g~ven that letters ~estamerRary ha~,e been ,grsa~ed to the ~mdersi~ed ex- ecutrix ,by ~e District Oourt of Croak County, Wyoming, in the above estate, and Chat MI per- sons ltaving ctairns ~gainst said estate are required to fRe t~ern ~ith the necessary vou~ers in the o~fl~e of the Clerk of ~he above named court or to exhibit them w~i~ the necessary vov~h- ers on or ,before three months at. ter October 23, 1969, the date of the first 9ttblication of this notice to the undersigned execu- trix at the lar~v offices of Reyn- olds & Hughes in Sundance, Wy- oming, and if such el.alms are not so filed or ex~hibited, they will be forever barred. Dated this 23rd d~ay of October, 1969. Berenice B. Chatfield, ~xecutrix Reynolds & Hughes, A'ttorneys Oct. 23-30---Nov. 6, 1969. CALL FOR BIDS Sealed bids are solicited for the ~urnishirtg of a car, subject to the trade-in hereinaRer set ,forth, by Crook County, WYO- min~g. All bids shall have the if~llawirtg minimum specifica- tions: 1970 ~Model 4 door sedan, %8 m~tor, 2 .barrel carburetor, 380 cubic inch displacement, reguBtr fuel. 119 inch wheel base 50 Amp low turin alternator Suspensi~: heavy duty shock absorbers, springs and sway bar 15 inch ~Vhee,ls with five paly- glass, or equivalent, ,tires end fi,ve .heels Heavy duty air cleaner 3 speed a~onmtic ~rsasmission Ash tray and cigar lig~.ter Power ,brakes and .po~ver steer- ing T~nfced ,glass, al.,l ~indows Dual e.levtrie windshield wip- ers Heater and defroster ~ckup ~ghts Windshield w~shers Remote control rearview mir. ror on the left side Six inch clear spotlight mounted on le~t side Fast idle control ~ush ~u~k~on Radio Seat bars Increased cooli,ng Twin beacon red lights moun~. ed wlth sabar Amtfreeze Delivery within sixty days o~ no~ice of acceptance of the bid. The successful bidder will ~tke as trade-in 1967 Pontiac C~ta~ma which vehicle may ,be seen at the Sheri~'s O~ice in Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming. Trad. ".'n will not include siren, ~vay radio, and speaker. Will include opti~m of Crook County to keep or trade-in roof mounted red Li,ght. Success~.ul bidder will also be required to ~ans~er siren, and speaker ~rom old car ~ new car. Suceessfu~ bidder will be paid at the first Commissioners' meet- ing a~er delivery of vehicle. SeMed bids sl~ll be filed in ~he office of ~e County Clerk up to 2:00 o'clock P.M., Novem- ber 4, 1969 and bids so received will be opened immediately thereafter. The ,B~ard reserves the right to reject any and ~ll bids. ~Board of Cr~ok Conn~y Commissioners Kenneth Canfield, C,hairman (SF AL) Attest: Francis Hejde, Connty Clerk Oct. 23 - 30, 1969 Sundance Homemakers Club Meets at McKenney Home A Haloo~ve'en party was held during the regular meeting of the Sun.dance Homemakers Club Oct. 23. The meeting was held at the home of ~rs. Roy McKen- ney. ~ames were played and cos. fumes judged 'by 'Mrs. Lloyd Brack. Refreshments were served by co-hostess tMrs. Francis Mar. rfs. Attending were ~vs. Jerry Scribner, Mrs. Richard Engel- haupt, ~rs. Bill ~art and W}ns- ~on, Mrs. Francis ~Iorris, Mrs. Kenneth ~Phagan, Mrs. Gerald Snyder, and ~ffrs. R~j McKen- ney and Jim. New Officars In~telh~l By Aladdin Homemakars ,New officers were installed durirtg the Octeber meetin,g of the Aladdirt Homemakers Club held at the ~ome of Charlotte Alexander. Instla~led in the vardons o~fices by ou~gvittg president Margaret Moline were P~tsy ,Bunney, pres- ide~; ~tuth Pickerd, vice presi- dent; Leta Viergutz, secretary; Charlotte Alexander, ~reasurer; Laura Mitchell, ~'eporter; Cla~d- ice Pearson, so~gleader; and Jean Carlson, recreation leader. ~lamed by the new president to (be cormniStee clmtrme~ were Wider rear tread is feature of i , iii A 1.6-inch wider rear tread and 15-inch bias belted ply tires are among many improvements in the 1970 Chevrolet half.ton pickup. Side marker lights and reflectors are standard, and all engines are equipped with a new type exhaust emission control system. New options include sliding rear window, 400-cu.-in. V8, air-inflatsble rear shock absorbers with coil springs to maintain a level ride with vary- ing loads, and a tilt steering wheel with automatic or 4-speed transmission. 1970 e Spearfish, S. D. ........... IL__ ~Le0na Gels, citizenship; Charlotte Alexander, family life; Laura MitChell, publicity; Claudice Pear- son, ~eultural arts; Lets Viergutz, civil defense; Alice Wolff, inter- n,atiorml relations; M~garet Mo- line, yonth and 4~-I; Clsadice ,Pearson, ~o~ds; Rttby ~u~hinson, home improvement; Margaret ~VI01ine, clothing; ,and Nancy Pearson, fancy ~wrk. Comra~ttes framed were Ruby HutChinson sad Jean Carlson, social; Alice Wolff, courtesy; and Jean Carlson, Charlotte Alex- ander and P~tsy Bu.nney, lunch. ~Vtembers discussed the turkey shoot to be held a~ Aladdin Oct. 26 and Ruby Hutchinson, Viergutz and Margaret were r amed to the food tee. Ruth ,Piekerd, Charlotte and Laura Mitchefl ~rill cakes to the Northern Hills ing h~ne. During the mee~ng, Gels and Judy ~rertgle instated as members, l~lora er was a visRor. THE SUNDANCE TIMES .. Sundance, Wyo. Oct. 30, I~ Hulett Lions Club Hulett School Lunchroom, Hulett, Wyoming All the pancakes and sausage you can eat. Coffee and koolaid PRICE ONLY 75 Serving starts at 5:30 p.m., ends at 8 p.m. Proceeds will be used for the sight fund and other worthwhile community projects. RATION" m Loose in Your Truck. This offer good through October. Vet Supplies and Insecticides "k RULENE - $60 Case (Six gallons) "k NEGUVON POUR-ON - $48 Case (4 gal.) CO-RAL POUR-ON - $69 Case (6 Gal.) WARBEX - $42 Case (4 gal.) Pride of the Farm and Richey Gas & Electric Livestock Waterers Bean & Hy-Pro Cattle Spraying and Fire Fighting Units Queen-B Space Heaters Bear Cat Grinding & Mixing Mills Hobart Welding Machines Purox Acetylene Welding and Cuffing Torches Complete Line of Pipe Fittings, Machine & Carriage Bolts, V Belts Welding Rod and Other Equipment "k AUREOMYCIN CRUMBLES. Bag or Ton Check our low prices on this Phone 892-39S6 Belle Fourche, S. 0.