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Virginia Ramsay, CEHE Flame-Proof Trick-Or-Treaters; It Takes Only A Few Minutes ,With only a little time .and ef- fort, you can prevent your small lxick.ortrea~er from ~cidentatl~ Curni~rtg into a human ,torch. It's easy and inexpensi~e to prepare a tqame,retarding solu- tion at home which ,will n~)t ham clothing, said tMike ,MeNamee, Uni, versi, ty ~)f W~coming Exten- sion engineer. T~ fix this solution, mix seven ounces of regular laundry borax and ~hree otmces of boric acid ~ith Swo quarts of nearer, t~)ric acid is available at drug stores Ind same grocery stores. ,Prepare era>ugh solution to t~over the costttmes thoroughly. Then dip the ,clothing into the solution and Let i~t drip dry; or, ~pply the solution 'with a spray. ~fter ~alloween, throw the costt~mes into the mash and the solution ~tll come ri,~ht out. ~f ~our .children ,wear crepe paper costumes, check ,the l~bels ;o see if the 9~pcr has been treated, laf i ,hasn't, spra~ the costumes with your ,homemade solution .and let them dry thor- ou~hly. Salt ~crystals will proba- ~bly form on the paper, but since Eaese glisten in the ligh, the children ,won't object. To 4be dot~bly safe from fire, equip your child's jack-o-lantern wRh a flashlbgla~ instead o~ a candle. ridgeon Rites Held at Upton ~tmeral srv~ces for Henry I. Prittgeon, 'Upton, former Sun. dance resident, were held in Upton Oct. 20. Pridgeon, 66, died Oct. 16 ~t the Weston Coun- ty Memorial Hospital i:n Ne~v- castle. He ff~ad been in ill hea~th for several years. Services ~rere held ,a~2 p. m. in the Community ,Methodist Church with the Rev. Richard Gilbert o~.fieiat~rtg. ~urial was in Greerran~rd cemetery, Upton, under Ohe direction of ~leColley Funeral ~ome, .Newcastle. Pallbearers were S~an Thomp- son, Nell Thompson, John Nel- son, Luther Prirt~le, Lawrence ~,a~eri and E~bert Norris. Hena'y Isa,ac Pridgeon, the son of John and Jessie Prid,geon, was born Aug. 24, 1903 at An- thon, ~a. ~Leaadng Clark, S. D. at the age of seven, he came to Wyoming with 'his iparen~ who homesteaded 17 mi4es west of Ne~ca,stle. ,Pridgeon attended country schools and graduated from Newcastle high school where he was an outstandirtg athlete in football, `basketball .and track. YIe was married to ~axine Foltz at Hot Sprir~gs, S. I). on Dec. 29, 1928. Four children were ~born to ,the couple. A~fter working on road con- struvtion for several years, 'he started work with the Wyoming Highway Department ~ 1932 and was employed with the de- partmen~t until 1943. The couple ~lived at N~wcastle unti:l 1939 and in Su,ndance un- til 1943. That year, the co,uple ~noved to U~ton where they pur- chased the Fol~ :Store rom ~rs. Pridgeon's parents. They sold the store last June. He is survived by ,his wife, ~Vlaxine; three sons - Jerry, Beu- lah; John, ,Moor~roR; .and Dean, Indian ~Iead, Md.; one dat~h- ter, Mrs. DereLl (~arbara) Su'hr, Upton; three brothers - George, ~elle Fourehe; ,Ri,ehard, WIont- gomery, Ala.; a~d Donald, Gil- lette; five sisters - Mrs. Rodney Ware, Sundanee; 'Mrs. ~en ~vr- riss, 'Mrs. Earl Lynch, ~Irs. Ray C. Cummin~gs and ~rs. William G. Dixon, all of Newcastle; 17 grandchildren and s e v e r a 1 ~ieces and ne~phc~vs. A memorial has been estab- lished to respiratory diseases ~*~und with Union State ~Bank, Up- tan, in charge. First One-Cent County Receives Gas Tax Increase 57,387 Trout First distribution of the addi. tional one-cent gasoline tax levied by the 1969 legis~lature has ,been made ~o Wyoming's erie.s, towns and counties by the Department of Revenue. The distribution represents tax collevted in July 1969 and re- mitted in August. ~mounts received in this area were Sandance, $375.62; Hulett, $311.32; [M~orcroft, $177.06; and ,Crook County, $1,675.13. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Svnd~nce, Wyo. Oct. 30, 1969 A total o:f 57,387 trout were planted in Crook county waters in September, according to the Wy(~ming Game and Fish Com- missilon. The total includes 14,727 brook trout and 52,660 rainbows. Wa~ers receiving brook trout were ,Sherrard and Kirl~atrick reservoirs, Stevcart and .Lappe ponds and ~edic~ne Lake. Rainboav trout ~rent into Gets Reservoir, Gets Irrigation Res- ervoir ,and Keyhole Dam. Kesr- hole received 50,774 vairtbo~s. PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Crook Cotmty ~Iigh School Dist- rict ~ard issued ~wr~an~ for the ~ol1~virtg ~iI,I:s e~ceeding $300.00 at the re,gular meeting ,of the ~oard hem on October 16, 1969 at Moor- cro4~t, Wyoming. To W~hom Paid ~urpose of Exoendituve ~Amount Sar~wick M~)tors -- Repairs of Scbool ~u:s ................ $304.43 Dick ~liek & Co. -- Art .Supplies ...................................... 323.17 Sundance Atlie.d Activities -- Rei.~bursemen~ ~o~ Meals, ,Lodging, Rolls, School Assen~bly, Postage, Insurance, ~Intry Fees, e~e ..................................... 475.23 3898 M,oorcro~t :School ./~ctivity ,Fuaad --- ~eim,bursement for Vacttttm ~ags, ,0oaches Olini~, ,Envelopes, Postage, Dod~ging, ~als, Progra,ms, ~tc ......................... 821.9~ 3968 Tucker's Inc. --- Files, Chairs, Supplies ..................... 720.33 3969 Cr~ss Music Centre --- Horn Repairs & Lyres ....... 314.68 399~ The Sport Shop --- Athletic ~upplies ............................ 410.25 3998 Tri-County Electric Ass'n Inc. -- Electric Service ..... 310..50 4017 ~ornce Mann Ins. Co. --- A~DA & tFoatball Insurance :1065.00 4021 Wyo. ~. S. Ax~tivRies Ass'n -- Merabership and Activities ........................................ 315.00 40~ Co,born 'School Suppls"-- Tennis T~bles .................... 305.30 3902 Htflett AetivRy Ftmd -- ~and Expense to Laramie, Judging to Laramie, Postage, Ete ......................................................... 582.26 3955 Tesoro Petroleum CO~p. --- ,Fuel Oil ......................... 644.49 4040 ~Pt~blish Oct. 30, 196@. No. of Warran~ 3871 3891 PUBLIC NOTICE ,Notice is hereby giveaa that the School District No. One Board of Cro~k County issued ~arrants for t:he foll~e, ving bills exceeding $300.00 at .the regular meeing of the tk~ard held on October 13, a.t Sundance, Wyoming. To Whom Paid ,Purpose of Expenditure CLrnount Houghton Mifflin Co.--Workbooks, Tests, etc ........ $327.03 Wyo. Farm ~ttrea.u Mu~tual Ins. ,Co. "Insurance on Vehicles ....................... 321.80 Pu,blis!h Octo`ber 30, 1969 No. Of Warrant 1616 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby .gi, ven that the Regttlar meeting o~ the CrOak County ~ligh School B~ard will he held on Tuesd,ay, November 11~h instead o~ Thursday, November 13th as regularly scheduled. This char~ge for the mon,th of November orfly. Said meeting will be held in HuleSt, Ws, oming at the hour of 1:30 p.m. in the Hu, ett school l~hrary. Raying)rid L. Dennis, Chairman ~o.ard of Trustees Crook CounW High ~r~Ch~ol Distriot l~ublish October 30, 1969 Don't Forget the Closaot~t of equipment & tools of T & H Primping Service, Inc. to be held a~ the Charles Ke~itzer ranch, 3V= miles northeast of Gillette, Wyo. Turn off highway 14-16 east of Gillette at trailer camp across from Experiment Farm and go 1Ve miles north. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8 Sale will start at 12:30 p.m. sherpl!! Be There!i! 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Do not delay -- select a new International today -- Save that Price Increase-Prices good only for stock on hand. Free Delivery Regular Fall Harvest Price Price IHC 1444 Gas Utility, live PTO, 3 pt. 12.4x28 ...................... $ 4,050.00 IHC 1444 Diesel Utility, live PTO, 3 pt. 12.4x28 .................... 4,250.00 i'H'C544 Gas Farmall, 650x16, 13.6x38 ................................... 6,250.00 IHC 544 Diesel Farmall, 650x16, 13.6x38 ............................ 6,950.00 IHC 544 Gas Hydrostatic Farmall, 13.6x38 ............................ 7,150.00 IHC 1544 Gas Utility, live PTO, 3 pt. 14.9x28 ...................... 5,950.00 IHC 1544 Diesel Utility, live PTO, 3 pt. 14.9x28 ................ 6,500.00 IHC 656 Gas Farmall 650x16, 15.5x38 ................................ 6,950.00 IHC 656 Gas Hydrostatic Farmall, 15.5x38 ............................ 7,450.00 IHC 656 Diesel Farmall, 650x16, 15.5x38 ............................ 7,850.00 IHC 656 Diesel Hydrostatic Farmall 15.5x38 ........................ 8,250.00 IHC 756 Gas Farmall, 750x15, 15.5x38 ................................ 8,250.00 IHC 756 Diesel Farmall, 750x15, 15.5x38 ........................... 9,950.00 IHC 856 Diesel Farmall, 1000x16, 18.4x38 .......................... 10,250.00 IHC 1856 Diesel Wheatland Special, Hyd. 19.4x34 .............. 8,750.00 IHC 856 Diesel Custom Farmall, 9.5x15, 15.5x38 ................ 9,650.00 IHC 1256 Diesel Farmall, lO00x16, 18.4x38 ........................ 12,250.00 IHC 1256 Diesel Farmall, 4 Wheel, Cab 18.4x38 .................. 16,750.00 IHC 4100 Diesel 4 Wheel Drive, Cab, 23.1x26 ................... 21,500.00 $ 3,250.00 3,450.00 5,250.00 5,650.00 5,650.00 4,950.00 5,450.00 5,450.00 5,950.00 6,350.00 6,750.00 6,450.00 7,450.00 8,250.00 6,750.00 7,650.00 9,450.00 12,250.00 14,500.00 All Farmalls equipped with 2 Valve Hydraulic, 3 point hitch, Indep. 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