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Hulett Rebekah Lodge Holds Christmas Party T~enty mem~bers attended the Chirtsmas party of ~Hulett Re4)ek- ah Lodge No. 34 held Dec. 12. A game was played w,hich ne,ted an $18 con'tribution to tile eye hank program. The charter was draped in memory of Ira Brimmer. ,District De,puty Presiden,t Myr- tle ,Rathbun appointed these members of the installation team: Helen Everson, marshal; Norma (Moore, warden: Helen tIauber, secretary; Alberta ,Bush, creasur- er; Clara Mac ttedger, chaplain; Peggy ,MeAmis, musician; Elsie Terhune, inside guardian; and Mildred Bush, outside guardian. Initiation will be held for two candidates :Dec. 26. Silver Spur 4-H Club Reorganizes for New Year New officers ,were elected Nov. 30 during the reorganizational meeting of the Silver Spur 4-tI Club. Eight new members and one old member answered roll call. ORDINANCE NO. 2, 1969 A~N ORD~qANCE DEFLNING 0VER-SNOW" VF_M.ICLES; PP~OVIiD(I~N'G FOR THE ZJIM~TED 'USE OF 0VE~-SNOW V-~'IICIzES W~ THE TOWN OF SUNIk~NCE, PRO- VID~G FOR REGULATION T~ AND FCLR PEN- AL~ FOR VIOLATION. Be i`t ordained by ,the governiag body of the To~n of Sundanee, Crook County Wymnin,g: A Christmas party was discus- sed and it was scheduled for Dec. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Silver Spur clu,bhouse. Arlinda Foster volunteered to take the December birthday cake for the Don Pratt Manor and to deliver the box of material collected for Che hobby and crafts project at the Northern itills Rest Itome. PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS Civil No. 4507 To the Defendants: Rena May Conley, Una ~arie Conley and Ona Steindorf, whose addresses are unknown, and if they be deceased, their unknown heirs and devisees; and the unknown heirs and devisees of FAla R. White, William E. White and Alfred Conley, all deceased. You and each of you will here. by take notice that there is now on file in the District Court of in iul~ force and effect. Section 3. I~OI41~ITI~ ~: No over-snow vehicle #hall be operated ~,vRhin the corpora`te limits of the Town which are lYre- pellet driven or which have ~racks capable of damaging .the road run, ace, or which have a gross weigM exceeding one thousand seven hundred fifty pounds. Section 4. P~ O~ERATION: No over-snow vehicle shall Section I. D~qRN'~IONS: Over-snow vehicle is hereby defined Crook County, Wyoming, at Sun. as a mechan!cally driven vehicle desii~med.~or ~ansporta~on over dauce, Wyoming, filed by Her- .snow, vne mo~ive force of which is appned mrougn a revolvixtg track man T. W:hRe and ~argai~et F. guided .by skis or a ~ron~ wheel. Section 2. &kV.INGS C.~AUS~: Should any part of `this ordinance White, plaintiffs, a complalxR be ruled invalid or uncortstitu~ional, the balance ,there~ shall remain naming you as defendants and demanding j ud~nent quieting plaintiffs' title to the following described lands and premises, sit- uate in Crook County, Wyoming, to-wi,t: SS~ of Section 25 in Tqtvnship 53 North of Range ~ oper@ted on roadways within `the Town unless said roadway sha,ll snow or ice covered. 66, West o~ the 6th P.M., Wy- oming, against the defendants, and that defendants be adjudged to have no right, title or interest therein and that plaintiffs have such oth- er and further relief as is just. You are urther notified that unless you answer said com- plaint on or before the 19th day of January, 1970, the said com- plaint will be taken as true and judgment by de~ult rendered against you in accordance with the prayer thereof. Dated Chis 21st day of Novem- ber, 1969. Marion Cure, Clerk of Court (SE kL) Herman T. White and Margaret F. White, Plaintiffs Reynolds & Hughes Box 456 Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Attorneys for Plaintiffs Nov. 27IDeC. 4-11-18. 1969 DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING Committeemen and committeewomen -- there will be an important business meeting Satur- day, Dec. 20 in the county courthouse juryroom in Sundance at 2 p.m. Other interested persons are also welcome to attend. Section 5. ~IGI~ATED ROA~I)WAYS: The T(m~ Council may ~rom time o `ttme desLgn~te certain streets, avenues or alleys within the Town aloxtg which over-smyw vehicles sh,H not be driven, which 2~ P~ ~ 2~ designated roadways shall be e~hihited ~t the City Hall and shall be notice to any ,persons usir~g over-snow vehicles and any person d~ving alort~ said roe&ray three days after the prohibition and ex- hibition as a~oresaid shall constitute a misdemeanor. Provided how. ever, that R shall not be in violation of this ordinance to go directly across such desl,gnaCed streets, avexmes or alleys. Section 6. DISPLAY OF FLAG: There shall ,be e~hibited or dis- ~layed on every over-snow vehicle operated Within the Town a colored ag or cloth so Imag or suspended at least ~ive ceet above ground level so that the same is visible*i,} from all directions while on any roadway. Section 7. ~: Every ever-snow vehicle s~nall be at all times equipped with a muller in ,good working order and in constant operation to ~preven excessive or unusual noise or annoying smoke. Section 8. ,B~: Every over-snow vehicle shall be equipped with brakes adequate ,to con~ol the movement of and to stop and hold suCh vehicle. Section 9. LIGI-rl~: Every over-snow vehicle operated within the Town ,between thirty minutes aRer sunset and thirty minutes beore sunrise shall ,be equipped ~vith an electric light on the front in good workirtg order and electric or reflector ~il ligh in the rear. Section 10. ~I_,KS: No over-snow vehicle shall be operated on the sidewalks of the To~vn except where necessary o eneer or emerge from an alley ~vithin ,the Town. Section 11. SAIFETY ~Q~: It 'sha,]l be a "miscleameanor for any person to drive or move an over-snow vehicle across, on or along any roadway, within the Town which is in such ~nsafe con- dition as to endanger any person or property, or which is not ~t all times equipped with such e~ui~nen~ in ~p.r~pe.r condition and adjust- mere as required by Ids oramance, or ~nxcn is equxppeo in any man- ner in violation thereof. Section 12. ~: The Ci~ Police may ~t any time, upon reasonable cause to believe thats,t an over-snow vehicle is un- safe or not equipped as required by this ordinance, or ~hat its equt~ meat is not in proper adjustment or repair, req, u~re the ~nver ot such vehicle ~o stop and st~bmR such vehicle o an inspection and test With reference ,thereto as may be appropriate. No person shall operate any vver~now vehicle a~ter receiving such notice wi~.h refer- once thereto as above provided, until such vehicle and its equipment have been proper .ly re@aired and adjusted and otherwise made to con. form ~o the requirements of this ordinance, vrovided however, this section #hall not prohibR a person ~rom returnixtg said vehicle to the residence of the owner or to a place of repair. Section 13. HOURS OF ,~EIDMTIq~) OPerATiON: .No over-snow vehicle shah be operated ~vithin ~e Town after 10:00 o'clock .P.M. or ,before one,half lhour~,~ before sunrise. Provided however, such sec- tion shah not pro~ibi the owner or operator thereo~ from going dir. ectly out of own or ~turnirtg directly 0 the residence of ~mid owner or v~erator after said hours. Section 14. I~IR~ES OF THE ~L)~D: All ordinances of the Town ~rtalnlng to. ri,gltt of ~ays, sl)eeding, ,parking, stopping and turning mo~or vemcies, zo the extent that ~e same are no~ in conflict here- wi~h or not applicable o over-snow vehicles, ~rre hereby ,ad~pted by reference and made a part hereo~, the same as i~ set forth ~ully here- in. .No operator of over,nosy vehicles shall operate any over-anow vehicle in violation of said ord~nar#ces. Sestion 1S. TOW~IG: Over.snow vehicles shall n@t pull any skier, sled o~" other combination vehicle by rope or any tlexthle coupling. Section 16. P~KAMgl]~S: An~ person ~iolati~tg or falling to comply with ant of the provisions of Chls ordinance shah be deemed @uilty of a misdeameaxtor and ~on conviction ~ereof shall be fined not more than $100.00 or be Imprisoned for not more than thirty dots, or by ,both such ~ine & Imprisonmen% ~ogether with costs of prosecution: and ~tpon ~allm'e to pay snch ~lne or costs, sha~lh~,t~ be tmpri~oued in the Town jail until such fine or costs are paid at ~e rate ~ $1.00 for e~ch da~ of conflneme~; provided ,that no term of imprisonment shall be longer than ~rec .moths. Section 17. AG~: .No person under the ~ge o~ 15 years shah drive upon the streets within the to~vn. Section 18. ]~V~1q~NCY: ~ec~use o~ da~ger to life and pro- perty and the lack of proper over-snow vehicle control, the Cmmcil finds and declares tlm~an ernergen~ exists, ~t ~ ordinance is for the immediate preservation of public peace, safety and wel/are and tha~ it shall ~be in f, uH ~orce and et~ect from and ai~r Rs passsage, ap~ ~ro~fl and ~blicatio~.~ ~A,.q,.qED, A~O~ 'A.ND AI~WA)V~) this Ist day of December, 1909. Gerald W. Popham, Mayor Attest: Phyliss McLaughHn, Clerk PROCLAMATION ~ne foregoing emergency Ordinance ~o. 2, Series 196g, passed, adopted and a1~roved this ist day o~ December, 1969, which operates for the immediate preserva,tion of the pttblic peace, safety and wel- fare, shall become e~eetive t~pon the publication thereof. Gera,ld W. Pop, ham, mayor Attest: Phyliss MeLa~ghlin Clerk Published: Dee.4, 11, 18, 25. In the year 1910 we came to Wyoming in an Emigrant Freight c~r. My uncle ~nd I rode in the freight c~r with the cow, the pigs end the c~icken~ from Waterloo, Iow~. My mother and the others came on the I~ssonger later. We landed at Rozet, unloaded our belongings ~n sheep pen, end my mother and I stayed with the .household furnishings until my uncle, George Stull could obtain a teem and wagon to take our goods to the ranch Homestead ton miles North- east of Rozet. This grea# outdoor country was so different from our homo In Waterloo where we had run- ning water, modern plumbing, gas lights and a gas cook stove. Every evening I would watch the lamplighter make his rounds, turning on the gas and lighting the lamps at each street intersec- tion. school which she held in our house. We used these song books in our first school at fhe home. stead. My mother held school i~ our house and the children come for ten miles around, some on horse back, some walked seven miles to school. One morning before we had eaten our breakfast, Selma and John Raudsep came ~, they had walked the seven miles to sc~hool. Again we used the song hooks the call porter had left us, for text books, until we could get regular text books two months later. We used these for our read- ing, spelling, singing ~ for English Grammar lessons. We e~joyed our little. No cars, no smog, instead cattle, sheep and horses. The coyotes would bowl from the hills every evening. This would send chili down my back end into my he~rt. We would milk the cows, tend the chickens and the pigs, and the horses, while the coyotes howled their serenade. The street car ran pest cur door, ~md for five cents we could 9o to the town or to church. When we came to Wyoming ,11 of these coovenience~ were c~ed, We were on our own. We built our owe plumbing, we dug our well by dtovel and a hoist, that is if you could find water, otherwise you walked to the creek half mile away, horses and cattle ~11 drank out of them water heloo, we would skim the scum and the bugs off of the water, dip up the water in our palls and carry ~ water to our home b~k up the bill. My mother and I would take a boiler end a pail, walk to our noighbore a mile away, the well had been dug by hlmcl and wM r~l good water. We would let down their cNdcon bucket, fill our boiler h~lf full and the I~il, then carry the precious water to our home in the tent. Of course we would stop and sit down a few times on the way to rest. For cooking and ,heating we g~thered up sage bruth and cow chips. Th~ we would take roll core that we brought with us from Waterloo, trek up to the Lone Pine ridge, gather up pine knots and branches and wheel these down to our home a mile away. Mother taught school et Reset this Winter of 1910 and she and I would walk up to the school one ~ three fourths miles from Rozot, where mother rented an upstairs room in the Section House. Then Friday night we would walk to the ranch eight miles across the prairie. Our food was not always the best, my u~cle was gone a lot of the time, and we tmcl no way to bring food from Meorcroft or Rozet. That ~sgiving my grond- mother, my aunt a~d my cousin had our dinner end it co4wlstod 'of wheat middlings cooked to ,a mush, with a bit of sugar on it and chicke~t. The folks had so little and yet we were all so happy, with our so Iittlo. We killed and ate rabbits which were plentiful and young Sage chickens were a feast. We were poor I suppose - but we were rich in the greet life on the outdoor plains. You had to take care of the chickens quite well or the coyotes and the weasels would take care of them for you. We had so much to be H~mkful for, but from tod,ys stmwlpoint so very little. But wealth and things do not make for a perso#s happiness. There is a certain satisfaction thee you derive free raising your own food. Cows for their milk, Chickens, Pigs ~ the g~rd~n. You learn to Imow what it is to depend on the Lord to provide the rein. You work herd to cultivate the g~rden. You know what it is to work hard and have little, the joy of living, yes freedom ~nd no k~omo or sides tax. Now we I~ve so n~my conveniences, the Auto, the T. V., the Radio. Modern plumbing in our homes. The refrigerator, inste~ of lowering our butter end milk on a rope down into the well for coeli~g. A wuhing n~d~ine Inste~ of the old scrub board. So n~ny modem gadgets. What would a mother think tod~/ if she had to go out and chop wood to get dinner. While father would ba walking behind the plow, break- ing up the soil for pleating. And now we h~ve our lovely churches, we cam go to these and thank our Great Creator for the blessing tt~t He has given us. Yes, we c~1 count our so m~mt blessings ~nd see wh~ the Lord has dome for us. His greatest of all blessings is to have the Lord Jesus Christ In our lives. Guiding us in our doily walk. Tskkng hold of our hand helping us, giving us the Joy of living close to Him. All the Lord asks of us, is that we put our faith ~md trust in Him, mncl take Him as our Sovlour. He blesses us so mud% ~ we lt~rdly hold ell of tkm~n~rly blessings. Some day every knee shell bend to the lord, end every hood sh~ll bow. The gre~est of all thanksgiving is to hove the Lords Holy Spirit in our lives, blessing us, guidi,ng our lives, helping us to live better with our ~eigid~r. As time pa~m~l a Baptist call porter came As we approach this Christmas Seem let out our way end left us a few song hymnals a~l us give thanks to the Lord for His moot gracious with these my grandmother organized a Su~rtclay gift, A life wi~h the Lord Jesus for all eternity.