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Schloredt Home Scene Of Xi Theta Party The home of /Mrs. Lee Schlor- edt, festive with holiday a,ttire, was the scene Monday nig.ht of the annual Christmas ,party for members of Xi The,to Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. The chapter's traditional cook- ie exchange and secret pal gift exchange highlighted the affair that was preceded by a brief b~siness meeting with the presi- dent, mrs. Tam Seeley presiding. /Mrs. Seeley called for a report on the chapter's Christmas party for members and husbands held a,t the Royal Club, Dec. 6 and reminded the group of the .Moth- er's/March, Jan. 2'6 ,preceding the meeting. /Mrs. Neil Hoffine will host the next regular business meeting Jan. 12. Sundance Rebekahs Hold Yule Party; Plan Installation A gift exchange and pot luck re.freshmen,ts highlighted the an- nual Christmas party of Wi Wa- cippi Paha R~bekah Lodge held during their regular meeting night, Thursday, Dec. 11. GIVE BANKS, CORPORATIONS YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NO. Cheyenne---Anyone who re- ceives dividend ,or interest in- come must ,give ihis tax account number to the organizations that ,pay that income, according to R. ,L. ttutt, District Director of In- ,terns.1 Revenue for wyoming. For individual ,taxpayers, ~the number is ,their Social Security ,Nttmber. 'Persons not having such a number should apply for one on :Form SS~5, which they can get at their local Social Se- crity or InS office, The number is needed because ,business firms are required to National 4-H Su,pply Service, supplies ................ 4.95 relmrt to IRS di.vidends or inter- Tucker's lnc., Supplies and :Service Con,tracts ........................... 142.00 est o,f $10 or more paid to anyone Evergreen Paper & Storage Co., supplies ................................. 60.50 (Matthow ~ender & Co. Law Library .................. 38.50 during .a calendar year. Eastman Kodak Co., Fil.m for Recordak ................ :i::~::i: i::i :: i 19.80 Firms must also furnish a The Mills Co., sttpplies and file ~or Clerk of Courts Office ..... 436.20 statement .to depositors or share- Top Typewriter Service, supplies ......................................... 5.50 holders for ,their records, show- Xerox, ,Rental on 914 copier .............................................. 77.00 ing the ,total payments of inter- est or dividends for the Fear. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Dec. 18, 1969 PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT THE COURT HOUSE AT SUNDANCE, CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING Office of the Coun,ty Commissioners Decer~ber 2, 1969 9:00 o'clock A. AI. The ~B~)ard of Co.unty Commissioners met this day in regular session; Presen,t, Kenneth ,Canfield, Chairman; Robert Wenande, Les- lip W. tIau'ber. It was regularly .moved ,and carried, atl members voting aye, that the November min.utes of the .meeting of .the Board be corrected to show the Bid o~ Tracy 'Motor Company ~or the Coun,ty Car as $1695.00. Net Trade Difference ,with 1967 Pon~tiac FOB Sundance. It was regularly moved and .carried, all members voting aye, ~hat the following ,Agreement be entered into width the State High.way Commission ,as follo~vs: TI~S AGRIPt0ME~T, made and entered into as of 'the 20th day .of November, 1969, by and ,between the STATE H'~GHWAY COtlVEMIS- SI,ON O,F WYOM~[NG, hereinaiter referred ,to as Commission, and THE ,t~OAIRJ),OF COUNTY C(~M/MISS[ONEI~S OF THE COUNTY &F CROOK, hereina,fter referred to as the Board, WlTNJ~SS~'I~: 'WH~F~EAS, ,the Board is desirous of taking advantage of the provi,si,ans o,f Section 24-38, 24-68, and 24-69, W. S. 19'57, ,by cooperat- ing with the Commission in the construction and/or improvement of a coun,ty road upon and along the .location hereinafter described, this ,Agreemen~t is made. The installation of 1970 of- ~OW THI,3ItEFORE, it is agreed by the parties hereto as fol- ricers-elect is being planned for lows: ROAD & BRIDGE Operstors & Labor Victor ~. ,Cole .................................................................................... 424.64 Donaid G. Brunson ............................................................................ 420.00 ,Loraine C. Brimmer ......................................................................... 417.10 Lu,ther Hower ........................................................................................................ 386.20 Donald H. Roberts ................................................................................... 416.60 Floyd Brunson ................................................................................................... 405.10 R. D. Singleton 323.68 Fuel, Materials, Repairs Sundance Equipment Co .............................................................................. 104.44 Traey Motor Co ..................................................................... 4.74 Wyoming 'State Highway Department County Portion Sta,te County (Ames Divide; Oshoto-1~ew Haven ....................... $12,0~9.00 C~arman .Machine, Inc ............................................................................ 54.57 Ted's Big D Oil Company ....................................................................... 606.30 "Hule~t Cash Store ................................................................................. 38.69 Security Trust & Title Co., Truck Insurance ..................................... 113.00 qMo.untain States Telephone, rertta,1 & tolls ............................................. 10.50 Reed Machine Shop ........................................................................................... 3.44 A & B Welding ................................................................................. 1.80 Wortham Machinery Company, Balance on Patrol .................... 4,000.00 Wortham Machinery Co., Repairs .................................................. 106.30 Wyoming Machinery ,Co., Repairs ........................................ 64.66 ,it. W. ~Moore Equil~men Co., Balance on Crusher ................. 8,500.00 David A. Reynolds, mowing ,weeds ................................ 508.00 Dick's Standard Service .......................................... 5.20 Valley Motor Supply Co ................................................................. 30.50 flu.left Co-op ...... MISCELLANEOUS ................... 44.75 State Treasurer, Peace Officers Compensation .................................... 14.92 Sundance Stute ~Bank, Withholding ...................... 1.463.80 State Treasurer, Workmcn's Compensation .......... : ....... 150.09 Kipp Transfer. express ........................................................................... 8.50 Warren T. Ferrell, County Agen,t; mileage, e)~pense 188.24 Internationa,1 Association af Assessing Officers, Annual Dues 20.00 Wyoming Hospi'tal-Medical Service, Blue Cross- ,Blue Shield 343.40 Colonial Life and ,Accident Ins. Co., ,premiums .............. 78.00 ttelen J. Cole, Fire Control Records ................................................... 22.85 period August 11, 19@8 to ,October 28, 1969, Inc. for the ,meeting of ,the Town and 5:00 o'clock PJM., Board recessed. Country bridge club held in her December 3, 1969 home Wednesday, Dec. 10 with 9:00 o'clock A. ~.; Board resumed session; all members presence. ~hree tables of cards in play. The ~ollowing ,bills were a,udited and allowed ,and ~he County {Mrs. Allan Edwards and /Mrs. Clerk instructed to issue warrants in .payment of same as tollo~s: COUNTY OFFICERS SALARY ~Iarold ~ernd were guest players. Kenneth Canfield, Commissioner .................................................... 213.72 High scorer was .Mrs. Carl .May- Leslie W. ~Iauber, Commissioner .............................................. 131.46 or; second hi, gh, /Mrs. ,Roger ~.obert Wenande, Commissioner ..................................................... 165.47 'l]homas; ~nd low, .Mrs. Sehloredt. Francis Hejde, COunty Clerk ............................................................ 413.60 Hostess for ,the next meetingVirginia Z. ~ejde, Deputy .Clerk ........................................................ 357.74 Wednesday was to ,be Mrs. Otis ,Helen (M. Oudin, Deputy .Clerk .......................................................... 283.(}0 ~eynolds. Karen G. Glover, Treasurer ................................................................ 440.30 /Maxine ,Lanning, Deputy Treasurer ........................................... 350.44 Elizabeth June H~beck, Treasurer's Office ..................................... 128.60 Rose Zella Proctor, Co. Assessor, Assigned Co. Treasurer; on Dee, Salary .............................................................................. I00.00 Oflqcers . Delegates Elected Rose Zella Proctor, County Assessor, Salary and Expense; I~y Episcol~l Church Women State ,Board ~f 'Equalizatior~ Meeting ............................... 405.80 Officer~ for the .coming year,Patrieia A. Duca, ~Depu,ty Assessor ................................................ 362.74 ~r~d delegates to the 1970 Dip- ,Henry Oudin, Sheri,ff & Board of ~risoners ..... ~ ............................ 480.60 eesar~ ConverRion were elected at Charles ~. ~Bunney, Deputy Sheri@f ........................................... 386.00 the regular meeting of the, Epis- Cecil K. Hughes, Coun~, Attorney ................................................. 398.90 eOpal Church Women o f the Otis Reynolds, Deputy Attorney ..................................................... 346.14 Church of the Good Shepherd Norma Peterson, Co. Attorney's Office ............................................... 101.40 Zelma ~Piekerd, Coun,ty Superintendent; /Mileage, stamps ........... 446.82 ~leld Thursday evening in ~e June ,Gray, Co. Superin,tendeat's Office ............................................ 2~911~ ~arlsh bali. Alan Roberts, Coroner ............................................................................ [Mrs. Gerald Popham was elect- Marion Cure, Clerk ~f Court .................................................................... 415.10 led president; .Mrs. Patterson Kel- Martha L. Bailey, .Depu~ty Clerk of C~urt ........................................... 303.12 or, vice president; and ~iss ,Mar- G.W. Kunckel,/M. D., Health Officer ..................................................... 47.60 COURT HOUSE EXPENSE ion Thompson, re-elected secre- Noel R. Edwards, Caretaker ............................................................... 414.60 tary4reasurer. Edwin J. Meyer, Hanling Trash ....... ~ ........................................................ 16.00 Those .elected as delegates to Sundance Electric, Labor & lnsCalla~ion .............................................. 70.49 the Diocesan eonvention ,to be Sharps' Hardw,are, Su~pplies ..................................................................... 1.60 ~leld in Rock Springs, Jan. 28-29- Tri-County Electric Assn., Inc., Electricity ........................................ 241.17 ~} were/Mrs. Keller and ~rs. Har- ~erle A. Sisson, Coal ........................................................................ 278.00 ~Id Bernd with /Mrs. John Wind.City of Sundance, Water & .Sawer ......................................................... 54.30 ~', alternate. Servall Towel & Linen, Towel Servi~ce ....................................................... 24.00 The remainder of ,t'he evening PRINTING ANID RECORDS Sundance Times, Printing & Supplies ............................................. 73.28 ~s spem in making evergreen Pioneer ~rinting & Stationery Co., supplies ................................ 14.04 ~sat~ to decorate Lhe church Strehlow O.ffice S~pply, su~.plies .................................................... 30.20 ::~Wl~Io.ws during Christmastime West Publishing Co., Law Library ...................................................... 22.00 Town a~d Country Bridge Club Notes /Mrs. Lee $chloredt was hostess Sundance residential area follow- ed by a gift exchange ~nd refresh- ments in the Ivan Cressman home completed $undance Jobs Daugh- ters annual Christmas party .held Sunday evening. During ~the gift exchange, each Jobie received a 'holder for her Jobs Daughters receipts from ~ethel 43 Guardian/Mrs. Richard Hopper :and .Associate Guardian Allan Edwards. Festivities con- eluded with ,Bethel 43 council maembers serving refreshments.: Board of County Commissioners of Crook County ,Kenneth Canfield, C~airman ATTEST: Francis Hejde, Counly Clerk. COW POKES By Ace Reid "1 shore wish one of you fellers would loan me a poke kn:fo to cut loose from fhls ole steer. before one of us glts hurt.l" You could get hurt if you lost your val- uable possessions and/or papers. A safe deposit box is the answer for sec- urity. Come in and see us now. The Board spent the aRernoon going over the repor of the State Examiners Office on the examination o~ Coun,ty Ofhces for the of .said Board. 12/M ~oard recessed. 1:00 o'clock P./M., Board resumed session. ,eordance wit'h a contract therefor, now submitted to said ,Board by said Commission, which agreemen is hereby approved and ordered filed in the o~fice of ~the County ,Clerk o~ said county; hat the chair- man of said ~oard and ~he CounW Clerk of said caunty be, and they are hereby authorized and directed to execute said contract on behalf ~S, the ,Board af County Commissioners of ~he Coun,ty of Crook is desirous of taking advantage of the provisions of Section 24-38, 24-68 and 24-69, W. S. 1957, ,by cooperating wRh the State High. way Commission of Wyoming in the construction and/or improvement of a county road, Che location and extent of work which is as follows: Sub-grade prepara,tion and crushed gravel surfacing on approximately 10.0 miles of the '~D"' Road and 3.75 miles of the Beaver Creek Road. NOW, THI~R~F&~E, be it resolved hy said :Board: THAT the LBvard enter into a wrRten a~reement with said Commission ~coveri.ng said construction and/or ~mprovement in ac- Jan. 8 at the Sundance IOO:F hall. 1. The Commission, subject to the ,covenants and agreements Vera J. ~Ielanson, for Ag. Department ............................................ 365.64 Virginia Ramsey, ~Iome Demonstration Agent, Mileage and ~Tewly el.ected officers are Noble ,to ,be kept and ~pe~fformed ,by the Board, agrees t'o ,prepare plans and Eb0pen,se ............................................................................................... 52.38 Grand, Mrs. Bill Sell; Vice Grand specifi,ca,tions and let a contract i,n the manner provided by law for Albert C. Waters, R C & D Ex.pense .................................... 1:12.00 {Mrs. Ulrie Hawken; secretary, the constru,etion and/or improvement of a counter road upon and Wyoming State ~Iighwa~ Department, rental on shortwave .... 30.00 {Mrs. Jesse Kanode; Treasurer, along ~he following described location in said Coun,ty and as shown on St~,te Treasurer, Wyoming Retirement; for Supt. of Schools .... 96.78 map attached ,hereto and by ,this reference made a part here,. 12 M Board recessed. {Mrs. Ethel I-In,t; two-year trustee, The '~D" Road. Begin,nin.g at a junction ~ith ,the Oshoto I:00 o'clock P..M.; ~oard resumed session. {Mrs. P~ichard ,Proctor; and three- Road in the N~V~/4 Section :~1, T 53cN, ~R 6TW and extend- The Bond of Ellis F. Livingston .as Treasurer of ,t,he Crook year trustee, /Mrs. Wilbur Dilla- in.g northwest ~pprexirma,tely 10.0 miles. County Library Board was filed and aI~proved. ','ou. The ~eaver Creek Road. ,Begin,ning a,t ~he Coal Divide Af,ter a thorough study of the report of the State Examiner as Hulett ~bekahs have been in- Interchange on 1-90 in ,the ~WV4 :Section 12, T 50 N, set forth in the minutes of this ~toard; It was regularly moved and ,d,ted ~o conduct the installation R 64 and extending south approximately 3.75 miles to ancarried, all members ~,oting aye, th~ the report be accepted; the no. ceremony" and /Mrs. Howard A1- intersection with Che Douglas Road. ations and recommendations as set ~orth in the report be called to len and /Mrs. /Maurice Classick 2. That said construction and/or improvement work shall~he attention of ,the various officers and they are hereby instructed are to be hostesses for ~he e- consist of the follo~ing: Sub-grade preparation and crush- to proceed as recommended. Tha~ ~e various Justices of the Peace ed gravel surfa~i~tg, have completed their remRtances to the County Treasurer and the vent. but R is not intended ,tha,t this description is accurate or complete, Justiee Dockets at {Moorcroft are now in order ~ 'be examined. A farewell gift was recently bu~ i is intended only as a genersl descr]@tion of the character of Virginia Ramsey, Home Demonstration Agent, filed her resig. presented .to ~Mrs. Dean ,Hutch- the work contemplated by the ,parties hereto, and that the complete .n~tion in .writing as of Jan. 1, 1970. R was regularly" moved and car- ins, out-going Noble Grand of work wil,l ,be shown by ~he plans and specifications Cherefor, herein- ried, all members v~tin,g aye, Chat the resignatmn be accepted. the local lodge ~ho now resides after ~o ,be prepared by the State High,ray 8~,peri,ntendent. The f01.1owing reports of earnings and collections of County wi,th her family in Casper. 3. All .the construction work to be performed under ,this ~gree. Officers were ap~)roved and ordered 9aid into the CounCy General ment sbMl be .under the immediate conCrol a~cl auper~ison of the Commission, and said State HigITway Superin,tende~t, and in accord- Fund as follows: Henry Oudin, Shert~ $385.22; ~arion Cure, Clerk of Court, C~vil, Probate ~nd /Miscel.~aneoua fees, $133.75; Francis ance wi,th ,p!ans and specificationsprepared *by said superintendent. HeJde, County Clerk, ~cording, Filing and {Miscellaneous fees. Jobs Deughters Yule .It was regularly moved andcarried, all members voting aye, $672.40. , Pa~ Is Sunday Event tlmt ,the following resolution be adopted a~r~d spread ,t~pon the nunu~es ~o ~m~ner ,business comin,g before ~he Board, it was moved of the meeting of the Board as foll~vs: and carried to adjourn ~co meet in regular session .Jan. 6, 1970 ~o con- A~ evening of caroling in the RESOLUTION duct regular County ~usiness.