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February 4, 1954

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day a d il L_ . ~ .......... . . ~ 8[judgment that you, and each ofI Francis Hejde, Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 4, 1953 .... |ryou, may be compelled to show[ (SEAL) Clerk of Court T~=-T~...~]" ~ ~k ~('~.~.. rrv]']~'~...~ ~ | |your respective interest in and - Ken Hutchins and Chesney .... ,~----.-.,--~----v.,-- ,.~.~,~i~,,, l|to the following described realI Roland B. Hallinger and Rathbun were in Belle Fourcbe Pu An Independent N~per ||estate, to-wit: Friday and trucked a load of blished Every Thursday by The Times Publlgh~g Co. I I Lots 9 and 10, and a frac- ' Ruth S. Hallinger, [ Plaintiffs calves home. Ken had purchased The Times is a legal newspaper for all pub~ | | tional part. of Lots 11 and 12 I Otis Reynolds, Attorney the calves the previous day. Llndsey Owner-Publl~ of Block 5 in the Town of [February 4-11-18-25. Jennie Lea Rathbun was a Howard Allen, News Editor, Advertising Manager Beulah, Crook County, Wyo- [ weekend guest at the Ben Nuck- ruing, more particularly de- I Miller Cr~-~k olls home in Hulett. SUBSCRIPTION RATES scribed as follows, to-wit: | Mrs. Bill Habeck was a business per year in Crook and adjoining counties; $3.50 per year Commencing at the southeast " Mr and Mrs Roy Kiser, Mr [visitor of Sundance Saturday. corner of said Lot 12, thence Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oudin and at the postofflee at Sundanee, Wyeminf, as second elau under the act of March 3, 1879. H D A NEWS By Bonnie Everling Demonstration Agent District 4-H Meeting in over. There were .about and agents from Crook, Campbell, Sheridan and counties. Six leaders Crook county attended. We year we can have a from our county. Tauck did a very nice her part on the panel dis- "Planning the Yearly Pro- Many thanks to you, Mrs. Saturday of course, you remember our own County Council Meeting for all lead- Junior leaders, We have of business to take care of to see you all there. start off with a pot luck at 11:30 a.m. in the Court ring your own dishes It seems like winter days are just as busy as any other time of year so here's a recipe, "Busy Day Meal - In - A Dish." Busy Day Meal.In.A.Dish 4 pork chops 1 tbsp. fat salt pepper 4 C cooked egg noodles 2 tbsp. chopped onion 2 tbsp. chopped green pepper 1 medium can (2C) cream of tomato soup. Brown and season pork chops in fat. Sprinkle the chopped onion and green pepper over cooked noodles in a greased casserole. Pour cream of tomato soup over :them. Arrange the pork chops on top and bake in a moderate oven at 350 degrees F., for about 45 minutes. PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS To the defendants: The Black Hills Brewing Com- pany, a corporation, Jane Huxley, formerly Jane Moorcroft, also known as Jane Moorecroft, John N. Gorum, Charles Graham, Cota Graham, John E. Minnis, also known as J. E. Minnis, Alda M. Minnis, Louis Minzer, Nettle Min- zer, Frank McLaughlin and Aron Hattenbach, whose residences are unknown, and the unknown heirs and devisees of any of the fore- going who are deceased, and the unknown heirs and devisees of Richard Harper Cleveland, also known as Richard H. Cleveland, as Harper~ Cleveland and as Har- per Cleaveland, Emma O. Cleve- land, also known as Emma Cleve- land, George A. Brownfield, also known as George Brownfield, and Alexander M0orcroft, also known as Alexander Moorecroft, as Alex Moorcroft and as Alex Moorecroft, all deceased; You and o~h of you will hereby take notice that there is now on file in the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, at Sundance, Wyoming, filed by Roland B. Hall- inger and Ruth S. Hallinger, plain- tiffs, a petition naming you and another as defendants and asking of your outstanding whom you would like to We will vote at the on awards to be given. will also make plan~ ~nr to the State 4-H C ~ouk~] February 24-26. We re- a tentative schedule of this is a full program with for anyone who" can attend. You haven't forgotten training meeting on It is at 2:00 p.m. at' the School Lunch room, February 8th. hope to see all of you Farmer's Institute February 9th and Seed catalogues are coming When you are thinking seeds remember the have been tested for We have charts in that will help you to; varieties are best for i or freezing. If you would one of these charts write or at our office. HEREFORD SALE north 100 feet along the east line of said Lot 12, thence west 100 feet to the west line of said Lot 11, thence south 100 feet along the line between Lots 10 and 11, thence east along the south line of said Lots 11 and 12 to the point of beginning, that the same may be adjudged to be null and void and that said plaintiffs be adjudged and de- creed to be the absolute and un- qualified owners in fee simple of all of said lands and premises and entitled to the exclusive possession thereof, and that the title of the plaintiffs be forever quieted against you, and each of you, and that you be excluded from any interest in said premises, and that the unreleased real estate mort- gage described in said petition, to which reference is hereby made for a complete description thereof, be cancelled, discharged and released of record. You are further notified that unless you file an answer to said petition on or before the 13th day of March, 1954, the said petition will be taken as true and judg- ment will be rendered in accord- ance with the prayer thereof. Dated this 29th day of January, 1954. and Mrs. Ed Thorn and HermanI White were among those from thisI vicinity who visited Juanita andI Art Montgomery at Gillette hos- pital during last week. Mr. and Mrs. l~orman Miles' made a business trip to Spearfish last Wednesday taking Norman's brother Bill to his home there. He has been helping with work at the Miles ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Minnich made a business trip to Spearfish and Belle Fourche Thursday. .I family were Sunday guests of the Hally Oudin's. Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin arrived home Monday from an extended visit with relatives in California. Dr. J. G. Betts Osteopath - Physleiam Spearfish, S. D. Let's Get Ready Spring Before the Rush OVERHAULS OR '\ TUNEUPS COOL MOTORS Phone 39 Sundance, Wyo. ...FOR THE THANKSGIVING HOSTESS! What if the ground hog did see his shadow~ Before Spring comes is the time to make spring plans for your kitchen. You'll be amazed at what a change can be made in your kitchen by adding new cabinets and a modern dinette set, So make your kitchen plans for Spring now. Consigned by CUNDY, DUPREL, SCHELLDORF Built-Well ' 34 Bulls 35 Bred Females Kitchen Cabinets . [ Wed ry 10-- nesday, Februa Douglas Chrome Table 2:30 p.m. and Chair SeEs FRED CUNDY - Sundance l herdslre, Tbulls, comlngtwo, 85 bred females Modernize Your Home With New ART SCHELLDORF - Sundance 7 bulls, coming two ALFRED DUPREL- Stur~s, ~MachlnesDEXTER Twin Tub Washing I herd sire, 15 bulls, coming t~o ~" DEXTER Twin TubLaundryTUbs ItAROLD SCHELLDORF - Sundance "3t" RIDJID Adjustable Ironing , 8 bulls, eo, ming two Boards Livestock Exchange, Inc.. ELJER Bathroom Sets "Black H~lls Leading Market" Petersen Lumber and C ain STURGIS, S. D Edward Petereen, M~mliger Jint Madden Owners "Harley Roth Phone SO