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PAGE 6 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JANUARY 3, 1985 I I U I I llL ii I L gal notices NOTICE OF FORECIA)SURE SALE Default existing on a promissory note and real estate mort- gage dated June 6, 1979 from Clinton L. Beasley and Kathryn A. Beasley, payable to Transamerica Mortgage Company of $42,500.00 which mortgage was recorded on Ju~ne 7, 1979 in Crook County, Wyoming as Instrument No. 394378, Book 170, Page 35-Mort- gages, describing mortgaged real'estate as: Lots 3 and 4, Block 6, in Westridge Addition to the Town of Moorcroft, Crook County, Wyoming. Non-payment and other defaults existing, acceleration having been declared and the entire remaining mortgage balance being now due and payable. No lawsuit has been filed to collect the mort- gage debt or any portion thereof; Take notice that the mortgage will be foreclosed and the real estate sold by the Sheriff or Deputy Sheriff of Crook County to the highest bidder for cash at public venue at the South front door of the County Courthouse, Crook County, Sundance, Wyoming at the hour of 10:03 a.m., February 8, 1985. The balance due at this date is $41,152.47 unpaid principal, interest from February 1, 1984 to date of sale, attorneys fees and foreclosure costs. Dated November 26, 1984. TRANSAMERICA MORTGAGE COMPANY c/o Urbigkit, Whitehead, Zunker and Davidson, P.C. P.O. Box 247 Cheyenne, Wyoming 82003 Publish: Dec. 20 and 27, 1984 and Jan. 3 and 10, 1985. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Stockmens Bank & Trust Company of Gillette, 222 South Gillette Avenue, P.O. Box 3004, Gillette, Wyoming 82716, as Mortgagee, will foreclose and sell the pro- perty mortgaged by WILLIAM G. ROBERTS and JOYCE E. ROBERTS, husband and wife, in the following mortgage: Mortgage dated September 9, 1981, in the amount of $38,030.00, recorded September 11, 1981, in Book 188 of Photos on page 182 of the records of Crook County, Wyoming. The mortgaged premises which will be sold is described as follows: Lots 19 and 20 of Block 1 in BuckmiUer's First Addition, Crook County, Wyoming, according to the Amended Plat recorded November 15, 1977, in Pocket 2 of Folder 2 in "Map F!le" ; together with all improvements thereon." The amount claimed to be due as of May 18, 1984, is $41,505.24, which is accruing interest at the rate of $18.70 per day, to which will be added reasonable attorney's fees and all costs of the foreclosure sale as are regular and necessary in the foreclosure. The sale shall be held at the front door of the Crook County Courthouse at 10:30 ()'clock a.m. on the 25th day of January, 1985, and shall be made by the Sheriff or Deputy Sheriff of the Campbell County to the highest bidder for cash. DATED this 21st day of December, 1984. Rhae Jean Schmidt Assistant Vice President Stockmens Bank & Trust Company 222 South Gillette Avenue P.O. BOx 3004 Gillette, WY 82716 Publish: Dec. 27, 1984; Jan. 3, 10 and 17, 1985. AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE The original notice of foreclosure sale for August 2, 1984 at 10:30 a.m. having contained an incorrect legal description, this amen- ded notice is hereby given of a default existing on the real estate mortgage dated 8 April 1983 from Darwin L. Harper and Brenda S. Harper, husband and wife, to Western Heritage Financial Cor- poration of $50,350.00, which mortgage was recorded on 14 April 1983 in the office of the County Clerk and Ex-Officio Register of Deeds, County of Crook, State of Wyoming, in Book 202 of Photos, at page 736, and assigned to Western Heritage Federal Savings and Loan Association, by an assignment recorded on 26 April 1983 in Book 203 of Photos, page 435, in the office of the County Clerk and Ex- Officio Register of Deeds, County of Crook, State of Wyoming. The premises that are described in the mortgage are as follows: Lot 2A, Block 15, resubdivision of Lots 1 and 2, Block 15, Fifth Addition to the town of Moorcroft, according to the official plat thereof, County of Crook, State of Wyoming. Non-payment and other defaults existing, acceleration having been declared and the entire remaining mortgage balance being now due and payable; No lawsuit has been filed to collect the mortgage or any portion thereof; Pursuant to Section 34-4-101, et seq., Wyoming Statute (1977 republished edition), the above described real estate will be offered for sale and sold by the Sheriff of Crook County, Wyoming, to the highest bidder for cash at public venue at the front door of the County Courthouse, Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, at the hour of Ii:00 o'clock, a.m., on the 21st day of January, 1985. The balance due at this date is $50,259.51 unpaid principal, accrued interest and late charges to date of $8,478.84, further interest to accrue to the date of sale at the rate of $8.25 per day, attorney's fees and foreclosure costs. DATED this 12th day of December, 1984. WESTERN HERITAGE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION By: SHEEHAN, STEVENS & SANSONETTI Post Office BOx 1148 Gillette, WY 82716 Publish: December 20 and 27, 1984; January 3 and 10, 1985. STATE OF WYOMING IN THE DISTRICT COURT COUNTY OF CROOK SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN THE MA'VrER OF THE ESTATE OF] LARRY D. ROBERTS, ] Probate No. 4637 Deceased. ] NOTICE OF PROBATE TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 13th day of December, 1984, the estate of the above named decedent was admitted to probate by the above named court, and that Shannon L. Roberts, P. O. BOx 4254, Gillette, WY 82716 was appointed the Administratrix thereof. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the decedent or to his Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned at P. O. Box 4254, Gillette, WY 82716. Creditors having claims against the decedent or the estate are required to file them in duplicate with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the Clerk of said Court, on or before three months after the date of the first publication of this notice, and if such claims are not so filed, unless otherwise allowed or paid, they will be forever barred. DATED this 18th day of December, 1984. Shannon L. Roberts Administratrix Publish: Dec. 27, 1984, Jan. 3 and 10, 1985. Peek at the Past 25 Years Ago December 31, 1959 Vandalism reared its ugly head in Sundance some time last week when the Joe Cornelia house was entered and turned into a com- plete mess. Prize winners in the Sur~dance Commercial Club's C~stmas lighting contest wer6aelected the evening of Dec. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Trotter won first prize for their display called "most symbo- lic of Christmas." Second prize for the "most artistic effect" went to Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cress- man. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Collins were awarded third place for their display termed "jolly Christmas throughout." A girl weighing 6 lbs., 8 ozs. was bern December 22 to Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Duvall at the Bea- gle hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Engelhaupt are the parents of a son born NOTICE The City of Sundance is seeking a.ppllcations for the position of City administrator until January 21, 1985. Applications may be obtained at City Hall. We are an equal opportunity employer. CITY OF SUNDANCE Publish: Dec. 13, 20 and 27; Jan. 3, 10 and 17, 1985. December 24th in the Beagle hospital. The Cambria Ranch, located north of Newcastle and including the historic townsite of Cambria, was sold at auction Dec. 14 by Claude {Toddl Seeley of Sundance for $110,000. The ranch, consisting of 6,853 deeded acres and 1,103 acres of leased land, was sold in two parcels. 45 Years Ago January 4, 1940 Ed. Mathews was elected pre- sident of the Sundance Commer- cial Club for the coming year at the annual meeting held in the Elk Horn cafe Tuesday evening. The business outlook for 1940 for the country as a whole has a promising hue, according to reports released by economic authorities. Increased employ- ment due to the war, release from drought conditions, higher prices for farm produce and livestock are given as prime evidence that 1940 will be one of the best years since 1939. Shawver's filling station one mile east of Sundance on High- way 14, was opened for business on Monday, January ist by W.C. Shawver, owner. The World's greatest laccolith, towering Devils Tower in north- eastern Wyoming, will be more accessible to the traveling public next summer. A surfaced high- way is to replace the present dirt route from U.S. Highway 14 from Sheridan, Wyo., and Deadwood, S.D. Monument Custodian Newell F. Joyner reported today. 60 Years Ago January 1, 1925 Lew Wayne has resigned his position as janitor of the high school and I.W. Potter is now on the job. John Hillard and Miss Ethel Buckmiller, two popular young people of the Rocky Point coun- try, were united in marriage recently. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schloredt entertained fourteen of their friends on Christmas day at the Zane Hotel. The occasion also happened to be Uncle Fred's birthday, and he was the reci- pient of many well wishes for happy returns of the day. New Haven...The New Haven school is rejoicing over a new 40 ft. flag pole, the first ever raised at New Haven. Thanks to Geo. Stinson and son, Henry. J.T. Ross of Kara mountain made final proof Tuesday before Commissioner R.D. Thomas. HULETT .~.'~JJ.%%%%%%', by Florence Osborn Dec. 15- 25, 1984 All business houses and homes .in and near town are well decor- ated to portray the Christmas Spirit and everyone is busy, shop- ping, baking, preparing packages and cards. Some are preparing for relatives and friends to come to their homes while others are making ready to go to the homes of loved ones. Rev. Kenneth Eldridge, wife and daughter are making plans to drive to North Carolina to spend the Christmas holidays with parents and grandparents on both sides of the house. Mr. and Mrs. O.D. Reed and children will drive to the parental Dean Bush ranch Dec. 24 to attend the family festivities. Fritz Stinger, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Steiger, long time resident of this locality, was here recently making brief calls on old friends, after visiting relatives on Miller Creek, Sunny Divide and Moorcroft area. Mrs. Elsie W. Terhune in back at her home at rural Hulett and her son Bernard (Bugzie) of Fenton, Michigan came to spend Christmas with her and visit his brother, John Wolf and family and brother Anselm Wolf and wife of Belle Fourche, S.D. Again sadness spread over our vicinity when we learned of the sudden and unexpected death of Tom Bay at Rapid City Regional Hospital where he'd been for a brief time. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ballou, Cody and Kristy were in Spear- fish Dec. 19 to Christmas shop. Mrs. Mable Wright and son Eugene will be Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. Mildred Storm. Irene Fowlkes has returned from San Diego, Cal. and will visit her sons and families in Sturgis, S.D. until after Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Proctor Sr., sons, daughters and their families were in Casper, Wyo. Sat. Dec. 22nd to attend funeral division of the property and payment of the debts of the Unless you appear or answer on or before thirty (30) days after ~ are invited to celebrate the '!~iii~!i~?:i!~i~i~i~ii January 3, 1985, a default may be entered against you and judgment rendered against you as prayed. DATED this 5th day of December, 1984. Publish: Dec. 13, 20 and 27~ 1984, HUGHES AND DUMBRILL P.O. BOx 456 Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Attorneys for Plaintiff services for Richards eldest sister Hazel age 79. She grew up on the family ranch, rural Hulett and attended local schools. Frequent snow storms, fog, and wind and zero weather with icy streets and roads remind us that winter is at hand. 40th Wedding Anniversary p of Cler;/~et~U~e?iA'~cLa~'ur~g --~ Mae and Earl Christensen !FC and Jan. 3, 1985. .~ on i Saturday, January 12 ~ Flying V Cambria Inn .~n~nta Reception-8 P.M. Dance- 9 P.h~;~ " g~"f'f~c'~"~'~OOOOgOOO~6~'~ p No Gifts, Please [ ' I Christian ~~after 6 Christmas 1984. A date on a JANUARY CLEARANCE - " ,-,,.= BEULAH by Margaret Blakeman Dec. 31, 1984 The Beulah Beavers 4-H club held their Christmas program at the school house on Dec. 22nd. A potluck supper was enjoyed by a good sized crowed and a cake walk added to the evenings enter- tainment. Treats and gifts were passed out by Santa Claus. Every- Everyone really enjoyed the pro- gram and sgcial evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don Wendt were Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pulis and family, others attending the lovely dinner were Mrs. Susie Pulis, Donna and Raymond Huseby of Rapid City, Virginia, Della and Benny Kuper of Oelrichs, S.D. Visitors at the Wendt home this last Saturday were Virginia and Benny Kuper who were overnight guests. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shinabarger and daughter Rebynn from Dead- wood, S.D. were Sunday visitors. Mae and Connie Evans and Zelma Hoyer were visitors during the week. Mr. and Mrs. LeROy Haiar and family were guests over Christ- mas at the ranch home of Lees' parents near Huron, S.D. Dick Talley who attends college at Laramie, Wyo. spent the Christmas vacation with his par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Dick Talley. Other members of the family als0 joined them for a few" days over Christmas. Mr. and Ms. Larry Larive and other family members were guests on Christmas day of Ellen Larive. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dunbar, Jen- nifer and Jim Motored to Forest City, Iowa on Dec. 22nd where they spent the Christmas holi- days with Bill's mother and other members of their family, return- ing home Dec. 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Farley and Valorie were Christmas eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Pearson near Spearfish, S.D. On Christmas evening the Richard Farleys were hosts to a supper for Mr. and Mrs. Rick Farley and sons and Valorie. Mr. and Mrs. Lawerence Crawford of Sundance were visitors of the Farleys during the week. Christmas dinner guests of Zelma and Mike Hoyer were May and Connie Evans and Dallas Hogan. Miss Irene Reinecke and Ella Snyder were Christmas Day guests of the Gene Reinecke family at their home. Emerald Reinecke is visiting his daughter Nancy Julian and family at Phoenix, Ari. and enjoy- ing the warmer climate. We've been having 10 degrees below zero temperatures at night and on Sunday it never got above 0 all day. The weather man says by Wednesday it may warm up. We hope! ! ! The Bruce Penn family and Esther Thomas of Rushville, Neb. spent Christmas Day at the parental Penn home at Buffalo, S.D. calendar, yet a day with impor- tant significance. Almost two thousand years ago a babe was bern in a manager in the city of Bethlehem. An angel of the Lord said to "call his name Jesus: for he shall save his people from their sins" (Matthew 1:21). He lived a relatively short time and then was gone, but before he left he said he would return. Will he? During the second World War, when the United States' forces were suffering reverses in the Phillippines, General Douglas MacArthur was ordered to Aus- tralia. However, he promised he would return. The Filipinos were assured that General MacArthur would fulfill his promise, and return to them. He did. Before Jesus left he left us with these words: "Let not your heart be troubled...believe in me...I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also" {John 14:1-3). Will he? When he left, angelic messen- gers gave his apostles these com- forting words: "This same Jesus ... shall so come in like manner as ye have seen him go into heaven" {Acts 1:11). These words spoken'by those messengers assure us of three things: First, it tells us exactly who is coming--"this same Jesus." Second, it con- firms in our minds the reality of his return-- " shall so come again." And, third, there is an absolute certainty about it all-- "as ye have seen him go into heaven." The Lord Jesus is coming again. "Let not your heart be troubled..." Merry Christmas. Let us pray! Pastor Paul A. Redfield The Wesleyan Church lnyan Kara Extension Homemakers by Genieve George During the Dec. 19 of Inyan Kara Homemakers meeting with Thelma Glover it was noted that five members had perfect atten- dance: Genieve George, Kate Donaldson, Thelma Glover, Mil- dred Landers and Zeila Sackett. A gift is presented each year to the ones with perfect attendance. Secret pals were disclosed and new names drawn for 1985. A tffank you card was received from the VA Hospital for the goodies they received in Sheridan, and one from the Scott family thanking them for their kindness. A card from Crook Co. Museum for kindness shown was also read. Zella Sackett installed the officers for 1985 - as president, Thelma Golver; vice-president, Florence Brunson; secretary, Genieve George; treasurer, Kate Donaldson. Report was given concerning county meeting. Each club is to appoint a person to serve on the By-Laws Committee and to dis- cuss a logo for Crook County Stationary. Jan. 16 an invitation accepted from Zella Sackett. Each member volunteered to sign up to use safety belts. BOOKS/FAMILY HISTORIES SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED FENSK P R I N T I N G I N C. PHONE 605/343-6070 920 E. SI Pawtck $1. Rapid City. SD 57701 SINCE 1957 Starting Wednesday, Jan. at Jack Et Jill Shop Sundance POOL TOURNAMENTS will start Sat., Jan. 5 "at2 P.M. Turf Bar lEt Lounge Suadaace YOUR RETIREMENT YEA How you spend your retirement years is by the preparGtion you make for retirement you're young. Will you be able to travel? Will have the interest income you need or will living from Social Security check to Social Secur check? "Your retirement years should be spent doing things llke fishing, traveling, playing spending time with your grandchildren or just plain taking it easy." A sound base of insurance and investments necessary to meet the rising costs of growing New regulations are making more people eligible IRA and KEOGH retirement plans. With these you can take some of the money you've been the IRS and invest it in your retirement. Your retirement years should be spent doing like fishing, traveling, playing golf, spending time your grandchildren or just plain taking it easy. Illoorcrofl Slate Bank 756-3473 Member FDIC