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February 9, 1956

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services will be held at the C|~r~um,~ ,B,F~T Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen Sutton and i~l~11 m m~l m Iv | family visited in Rapid City Sun- ~ ~.-.* ..... I|day with Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,-...-p,~;gpu,] Brown and family. Mrs. Charles r~llr:nd,9 [~n~IOudin, who accompanied the Sut- ........ ~ ..... [tons to Sturgis, visited there with Several est c .... en w:p[her cousins, Mr and Mrs Walter gu l~l~y,. J '] Lotts " " at the Episcopal Church ofl ~." ~.a ~ ~...la r~ ..... Uood Shepherd in Sundance ~_~'.:( ~."~_t"~'_ft.'.'~.~.^~."~ ~7." ..,~, ,..,,,= ~v. #~t~, ,,.,,.,~u- - .......... o r r ft said this week. Midweekann Mrs. Anc]z ~lsson oI ~ o c o . Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hooper on Wednesdays at 7:15 p.m. first service will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 15. The James Munck of St. Thomas' in Sturgis will be the guest :r. ' guest clergymen who will at succeeding Wednesday are: The Rev. Ernest L. Christ Church of Lead; Stuart D. Frazier, Church Angels of Spearfish and St. Church of Belle Fourehe and Rev. Harry E. Nelson,-St. Church of Deadwood. Rev. Mr. Goodfellow will Preach one occasion and will the South Dakota churches March. said all of the guest speakers were business and pleasure callers in Rapid City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gerber of Osage visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wood Monday. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Allen and family were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rowles and family of Newcastle and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pearson and family of Upton. Mr. and Mrs. Rowles and Mr. Pearson were Godparents for Allen's son, Clark Stephen when ,he was baptized in the Episcopal church Sunday. Mrs. Jerry Carr visited at the Floyd Carr home Saturday. Mrs. Carr had come to town with Mr. and Mrs. Ross Scott who were go- ing on to Spearfish on business. Robinson, Ellsworth E. Baird also known as E. E. Baird, Herman Buss, Laura Buss, Edvald Jensson, Delia Armbuster, Mary Shoup, Jacob A. Menge, Lizzie Weyand, Howard Berghofer, Albert Berg- hofer, George Berghofer, Charlie Berghofer, Minnie Henritzie, Lil- lian Fielder, Carl Berghofer, Helen Berghofer, Jake Berghofer, Lillian McAmish, Ruth Montgomery, Al- bert Berghofer, Lizzie Pullman, Fritz Berghofer, August Berghofer, Louise Thomas, Jacob Bross, John Bross, Emma Gottman, Benjamin Bross, Susan Bross, Edward Bross, Albert Bross, William Bross, Ed- ward Foster, Nellie Gottman, Henry Berghofer, Jacob Berghofer, Mary Bremmer, Edward Berghofer, Elmer Berghofer, and Kate Mitch- ell, whose residences are unknown, and the unknown heirs and devi- sees of any of the above named defendants who may be deceased, and the unknown heirs and devi- sees of David C.'H0rning~ John' H. Farris, Anna Farris, Martin Keller, George Bachman, James R. How- ard, Elizabeth HoWard, Fred Bur- nett, Trued A. Pearson, Alfred Swanson, Charles Jonson also known as Charles Johnson, Scott Berry, Emily Jane Uhler, Annie Robinson, Fred E. Rounds also 'interest in and to the following described real estate, to-wit: The southwest quarter of the northeast quarter, the west half of the southeast quarter, the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter, the south half of the northwest quarter and the north half of the south- west quarter of Section 4 in Township 53 North of Range 61; the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of Sec- tion 28; the west half of the northeast quarter, the east half of the northwest quarter, the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter and the southwest quarter of Section 29; the south half of the north- east quarter and the north half of the southeast quarter of Sec- tion 30; the north half of the southeast quarter, the south- east quarter of the southeast quarter, the northwest quarter and the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of .Sec- tion 32; the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter and the south half of the north- west quarter of Section 33 in Township 54 North of Range THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 9, 1956 that the same may be adjudged to be null and void and that said plaintiffs be adjudged and decreed to be the absolute and unqualified owners in fee simple of all of said lands affd 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 mortgages described in said petition, to which reference is hereb,y 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 17th day of March, 1956, the said petRion will be taken as true and judgment will be rendered in accordance with the prayer thereof. Dated this 8th day of February, 1956. Marion Cure, Clerk of Court (Seal) Elizabeth W. He[de, Matt Preach on the subject of Cheryl Dick, daughter of Mr. *discussing it in terms of and Mrs. Vernon Dick, spent the 61; the east half of the north- T. Whalen, Jr., and John weekend in Spearfish visiting her peance, adoration, thanks- r nd are ts Mr and Mrs Ross east quarter, the southeast . W. Whalen, Plaintiffs and intercession. The ap- g a p n , . known as Fred W. Rounds, Johnquarter and the east half of R~,,,,,ld~ ~. T.~*hr~- Attorneys m each case, he said, would Lynn. . ........ L. Baird, Oliver Kilgore, Elizabeth the southwest quarter of SCc- ~"~.'~ ~_q ~:reh"'l " - " relate these asn~cts of nx.aver Mr. ann Mrs. Jonn tunney attenu- Kilgore, William J. Brown, Maggie tion 23; the west half of the ....... " .......... daily lifo ,:,~1,~,, o,,a ~, ,,~ao ed the funeral of James Ross I Berghoffer also known as Maggie southeast quarter and the west 4. .................... hurch~. ................... i Newcastle, Friday. Berghofer, and George Bergh~erhalf of Section 24; the north I T'~T[~C~,~L" r~AV [ said the seldom used servi~ Charlotte Phillips, Home Dem- also known as Geo. Berghoffer and half of the northeast quarter, [ l.~.~J~.vlJ~ l~k~k [ ~e Litany wo-]r~ h^ ^-~-== onstration Agent from Newcastle as George Berghofer, all deceased; the southeast quarter of the ~ ~c,c~Tc,~n--~wr~v~ T .... ~ ~ ~ ..... rli - to ~rvices The r,.bllr, hu~ h~,~, accompan]eu J~onme ~ve ng You and each of you will hereby northeast quarter and the ,[ hk~l~'l~kJ.N l~Jl~ | ~d to attend th~-se-rv[ces .... Deadwood, Sunday where they had take notice that there is now on [ northwest quarter of Section | ! " dinner. On their way home in the file in the District Court of Crook[ 25; the north half of the north- | will be given at the Bear | ~l .... afternoon, the two women visited County, Wyoming, at Sundance,I east quarter, the southeast ~ Lodge Hotel in Sun- eron 1'o ~[ve ibriefly at the ranch home of Mr. Wyoming, filed by Elizabeth W.I quarter of the northeast quar- | dance Feb. 13 and 14 by V__.~ w= . and Mrs. Henry Tauck. He[de, Matt T. Whalen, Jr., andi ter and the northeast quarter | _ | or S 'xams aT Smorgasbord, Episcopal parish John W. Whalen, plaintiffs, a pe-J of the northwest quarter of , I Stephen C. Tarver [ |xa.A ~l / hal,, Feb. 11, 5 to 7:30 p.m. All tition naming you and others as Section 26 in Township 54 t [ ,rot inursooys you can eat for $2.00. defendants and asking judgment] North of Range 62 All West of I t Public Accountant ! te Highway" Patrolman Darrol i ' that you, and each of you, may bel the 6th P.M., Crook County, I.t Gillette, Wyo. ! Card of Thanks compelled to show your respective] Wyoming, l~ ................ -:~. ron has anounced that he will I wish to thank members of the dri,,,~,~ ,.._ ~'~" .~__l~cense exams at Hu-Rebekah lodge, the W.S.C.S. and rae-~" --ursu -ay ~rom 7 to 8 p,m. all my friends for the cards, flow- givenVn said the .exan~, would ers and acts of kindness during my .... a~ x~ulett high scnool, i stay in the hospital. :i~J~t ~' , " ', ~~ . Mrs. Frank Humphrey ............. ;'::::~"~ rersonal Items [ , i ~MMONS ~ and Mrs. Jay Russell Durfee To the defendants: ~m_~ly of Upton were Sunday l Edna R. Bush, Belle Fourehe, o[_Mr, and Mrs. Jay Durfee. I South Dakota; Thomas W. Robin- .. and Mrs. George Beagle were son, Belle Fourche, South Dakota; ~of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glasby ICharlotte Good, Deadwood, South net m Beulah Saturday eve- Dakota; Western Dakota Loan and " _ Trust Company, a Corporation, ~i {:|l FeD. 29/ :~anclMrs. Dean Hutchins and i whose residence is unknown, Mary Sale Con nues Un i-uu~rey were dinner guests C. Homing also known as Mary ~ and Mrs. Karl Frederiksen [Horning, Jchn B. LeBeau, Samuel ~~~~~@'~irthday" -'-y" The grouv celebrated R. Decker, Jennie Decker, Charles[Decker, Mary H. Decker, Amos ~ Bedroom .................. SoJtes I .............. " 0NL"Y ......... $1!6155- - ........ 'I and t Double dresser, 6-drawers, fully In.Al iafi DiningRom ! dustprof; plate glass mirrr;/ rec on Furniture panel bed in blond oak. ,,, 0,, / To the many flne people.who made . .... =-: the o " penmg of my new station such a SUccess, I extend a sincere" thank you. Your future patronage will be appreci- One drawer, maple finish, Colonial pulls ated. Don Rounds Prize Winners were: All- wool carpeting by Firth Sanford; over 150 samples chose from for a wider selection of colors and patterns. to Grand Prize - George Summers Second Prize - rs. Roy Little Other Prizes - Mrs. Andy Clark, Dick Spraeklen, Mrs. Claire McGuekln, Mrs. Ruby Sager, Mrs. Leslie Jones, lrs. Frank Petera, Elmer Heft 6th & Cleveland In a variety of colors for less than $5.00 per sq. yd. 1600 West Main Newcastle, Wyo. PAULINE THOMPSON-Evenings by appointment - Ph. 8H. 6- 88 Sundan , wyo. DOESN'T COST -