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Farewell Dinner Held For Kenneth Frederiksen Mr. and Mrs. Julius Frederiksen held a farewell dinner in their home Sunday for their son, Ken- neth, who left Monday for Denver with a group of boys who had vol- unteered for induction into the armed forces. Present at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Don Gose of Carlile; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Canfield and family, Upton; Mr. and Mrs. Karl Frederiksen and familyi Mr. and Mrs. Dorman Ewing and family; a cousin, Nels Olsen of Spearfish and Irene Frederiksen. Amos Ewing Observes Birthday Sunday Amos Ewing celebrated his birth- day Sunday in his home, at a din-i nor held in his honor by his wife. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Vic Melanson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Fall and family., Penny Fall Celebrates :Fifth Birthday, Feb. 2 Penny Fall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Fall celebrated her fifth ~Lrthday Thursday, Feb. 2 at a ]party held for her by her mother in the Fall home. Gifts were presented to Penny then refreshments of ice cream and cake were served to the guests. Included at the party were: Wal- ter Tracy, Billy, Sharon and Linda Ewing, Peggy Dillon, L i n d a Charleson and Randy Fall. Raymond Roadifers Celebrate 36th Wedding Anniversary Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Roadifer celebrated their 36th wedding an- niversary Sunday evening at a din- ner party held for them by Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Roadifer in the Irvin Roadifer home. Gifts were presented to the couple and their daughter Cynthia presented them with a decorated cake. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Roadifer, Cynthia, Ernie, Wayne and Howard; Gaff Berger, William Reed and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Roadifer, Susie and Sharon. IN THE DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT STATE OF WYOMING ) )aS. COUNTY OF CROOK ) LEGAL NOTICE TO: ERNEST H. FRANKAMP, RURAL ROUTE NO. 2, ST. JAMES, MINN.; WILLIAM G. J~RANKAMP, NOVATA, CALIF.; HARRY EL FRANKAMP, 1343 NORTH 4th STREET, MANKATO .MINN.; ~KAHY~F1TANKAMP, CON- CORDIA, KANSAS; ELIZABETH KOHLER, 202 MASON STREET LO3FIgI~ COLORADO; LEWIS G. FRANKAMP, EMERY HOTEL, GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA; LAURA SWITZER, WEBBER, KANSAS; LORA READ, 301 EAST NINETEENTH STREET, HAYES,< KANSAS; GEORGE E. FRAN- KAMP, COURTLAND, KANSAS, and all unknown heirs, legatees, dwisees of KARL B. FRANKAMP, deceased, and all persons holding an interest in the property herein described. You will take notice that the State Highway Commission of Wyo- ming, a public instrumentality of the State of Wyoming, de~i._res to take, hold and appropriate,the fol- lowing described lands for the pur- pone of constructing and maintain- tug for public use and Access Facil- ity Highway as defined by Chap- ter 42 of the 1955 Session Laws of Wyoming, said Access Facility Highway to be a portion of U.S. 14 and 16, and also known and identified as Wyoming Project IN - 120 (11); said lands situate in the County of Crook, State of Wyo- ming, to-wit: All that portion of the S SE% of Section 27 and the S SW% of Section 26, T. 50 N., R. 68 W. of the 6th P. M. lying between parallel lines 300 feet apart, being 160 feet on the right or southerly side and 140 feet on the left or northerly side when measured at right angles or radially to the following de~ribed center- line highway: at point on the " bouadm7 of the SSEK of said Section 27 from which the south quarter corner of said Section 27 bears S. 125, F_, a distance of 75.0 feet, said point being located on a I00' curve the radius of which is 5729.6 feet and a tangent to which at said point of begin- ning bears N. 87020' E.; thence along said curve to the left through a central angle of 512, for a distance of 519.7 feet; thence running N. 82o08' E. for a distance of 2099.0 feet, more or less, to a point on the east boundary of said Section 27 from which the southeast corner thereof bears S. 051' E. a distance of 359.9 feet; thence continuing N. 82" 08' E. for a distance of 723.8 feet to the point of beginning of a 100' curve to the right, the radius o which is 5729.6 feet; thence along said c u r v e through a central angle of 19 18' a distance of 1929.5 feet, more or less, to a point on the east boundary of the S SW % of said Section 26 from which the south quarter corner of said Section 26 bears S. 0058, E. a distance of 358.2 feet. Said parcel of land containing 35.2 acres, more or less, of which approximatelT 8.8 acres are contained in the right of way of the present road. You will further take notice I mission will file its PETITION FOR CONDEMNATION of said the District Court within the afore- land in the office of the Clerk of said County of Crook, State of Wyoming on the 8th day of March A. D., 1956, which said Petition will pray for the condemnation and appropriation of said lands by the Plaintiff for the purposes afore- said. And you will further take notice that the State Highway Commission will at said time and place, or as soon thereafter as said matter can be heard at the District Court in Crook County, make application for the right immediately to enter upon and appropriate a portion of said property for the purposes aforesaid. To all of which you will take due notice and govern yourselves ac- cordingly. Dated this 9th day of February, A. D., 1958. State Highway Commission of Wyoming Feb. 9, 16, 23; March 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of ESTHER S. COHEE, Deceased. NOtice is hereby given that let- ters of administration were on the 7th day of February, 1956, granted. to the undersigned administrator by the District Court in and for that the said State Highway Com-I Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate, and that all persons i having claims against said estate are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the Clerk of said Court, or to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers to Scotty Gladstone, at- torney for the administrator, at his office in Sundance, Wyoming, on or before six months after the 9th day of February, 1956, the date of the first publication of this notice, and if such claims are not so filed or exhibited they will be forever barred. Dated February 7, 1956. R. J. Nicolen, Administrator Scotty Gladstone, Attorney Feb. 9, 16, 23 Personal Items Misses Dorothy Micheli of Ft. Bridger, Wyo. and Marilyn Lyon !of Rawlins, students from the Uni- versity of Wyoming, arrived from Laramie Sunday to begin practice teaching at the high school. Dur- ing their stay here, the two girls will be guests of Bonnie Everling. 'Miss Micheli is the IFYE represent- tative to Switzerland this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crago and boys were Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hutchins and family. Mrs. Bertha Janes and Harold Janes were Sunday afternoon call- It A SWEET I BOXED HEART CANDY Whltmans and 29 to $5.00 Valentine Cards - One Penny Up Drug & "Home of Beautiful Gifts" Spearfish, S. D. t Xentuc y our on ,.,,iord... tL call i,/or, ~tlMO, mRmu ~ t~Wv~m KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY Sundanee, Wyo. Feb. THE SUNDANCE ers at the Dean Hutchins Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Taylor~ ed their daughter and and Mrs. Bill Bush of Hulett day. gay gi sheath and jacket well.suited/or / ! ] The perle, / sprins outfit: p [ slender jacket elosin6. Both, in bone 0uitins of rayon aeetate. Jaeke! is Gray with yellow brown with deep Sizes 7 to 17. $25.9 As advertised In art " ademoiselle Just arrived - a shipment of 1 o v e 1: spring hats and bags. Our new spring and suits are also lng. Our racks ing with new: dresses Paula Deans and q fauns in half sizes to 4, and Juniors new s p r 1 dresses by Gay Junior House and yards. On the Corner Spearfish, 8. D.