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February 21, 1952

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By Wtllet Key~er ~--~m..~m.=.u--ill.===mi=em..~=--#*--~H.=~m--i~ Calendar of Events March 1-9--National 4-It Club Week. March 4--Grasshopper meeting, 1:30 p.m. in Hulett and 7:30 p.m. in Sundanee. March 6--Rodent Control meet- ing in Sundance. County, Wyoming, at Sundance, ] Wyoming, filed by Everett F.[ Humphrey and Verla Mac Hum-I phrey, plaintiffs, a petition naming I you and others as defendants andI asking judgment that you, and/ each of you, may be compelled to show your respective interest in and to the following described real estate, to-wit: That part of Lot 10 of Block 52 in the Fourth Ad- dition to the Town of Sun- dance, Crook County, Wyo- ming, described as follows, to-wit: Commencing at the northeast corner of said Lot 10, thence in a southeasterly direction a distance of 140 feet Weeds ] to the southeast corner there- George Itarston, state entomolo-[ of, thence at right angles in gist, met with the Crook County] a southwesterly direction a- Farm Bureau last Saturday and] long the south line of said discussed the formation of a Weed" Lot 10 a distance of 44 1-3 and Pest Control district. Follow- ing Mr. Harstons discussion the board decided to attempt to organ- ize a Pest and Weed Control Dis- trict in Crook county which will not only provide a means of con- trolling weeds but grasshoppersi and other pests that need control-I ing in the county. The South Da- kota weed board has published aI weed identification bulletin which shows two or three hundred diff- erent weeds and identifies each. Some Crook county people who have seen this publication are very much interested in it._ It is available through the Sout~ Da- kota Weed Committee at cost of publication. PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS To the defendants: Wynn Hooper, 2716 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, California Ida M. Rider, David tIood, Thomas- ina Parkins, L. C. Twombly, Wil- liam M. Baird, Ada Baird, William M. Baird, Treasurer, Sundance Townsite Company, a c o r p o r- ation, whose residences are ~m- known, and the unknown heirs and devisees of any of the fore- going who may be deceased, The Sundanee Townsite Company, a corporation, and the unknowrt heirs and devisees of Tom Hooper, Matilda Hooper, Sewall H. Bullard A. R. Ridgely, Mortimer H. Will- iams, M. H. Williams, Benjamin F. Fowler, Jr., B. F. Fowler and Carrie E. Fowler, all deceased; You and each of you will hereby take notice that there is now on file in the District Court of Crook feet, thence at right angles in a northwesterly direction a distance of 140 feet to the north boundary line thereof, and thence at right angles in a northeasterly direction a- long the north line of said Lot. 10 a distance of 44 1-3 feet to the place of beginning. 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 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 deed de- scribed in said petition to which reference is hereby made for a complete description thereof be reformed so as to describe the premises properly. You are further notified that unless you file an answer to said petition on or before the 29th day of March, 1952, the said petition will be taken as true and judg- ment will be rendered in accord- ance with the prayer therof. Dated this 18th day of February, 1952. FRANCIS HEJDE, Clerk of Court (SEAL) EVERETT F. HUMPHREY and VERLA MAE HUMPHREY, Plaintiffs Otis Reynolds, Attorney February 21-28March 6-13. Richard. Durfee, 23 son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Durfee, Sundance, en. listed in the United States Air Force July 15, 1951. After receiv- ing his basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex. as, he was sent to Ft. Belvoir, V:u Sept. 10 where he did cartographic mapping until Jan. 15, 1952. He is now stationed at Shaw Air Force Base, Columbia, S. C. A graduate of Sundance high school, Dick also attended' a New Mexico military school and gradu- ated from the University of Wyo- ming. Before entering the service, he was employed at the Sundance State Bank.--Polaroid One-Minute Photo by The Times. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Sid tIarvey ned Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Classick spent Sunday at the James Kokesh home in Belle Fourche. Bobby Kokesh, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Kokesh, celebrated his thirteenth birthday that day. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Alkire of Wallace, Idaho, are houseguests this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tend Weaver. Mr. and Mrs. Alkire are Mrs. Weaver's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Allen moved into their new home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vines en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. Skip Finch Mary 100% Rayon Suit $24.95 Newly Arrived for the Spring Season Suits and Coats by Briny Marlin and Mary Lane have been arriving recently at our shop. For some- thing very attractive, see our .3 piece Suits of imported English tweed. In! A New Shipment: of Spring HaEs On the Corner Spearfish, S. D. and family at dinner Sunday eve-ITHE SUNDANCE TIMES ! Sundunce, Wyo. Febr 21, 195~I~ ning. I ~ Word has been received that the I infant son of Rev and Mrs. Marvin I ! ! Ford of Aztec, New Mexico, Wayne I Il~]h'~.W A Rn Ii! Lee, born January 17, passed awa'/] I "'= " .... I on February 6th. Funeral services/I ,,,__ ~-_-~---~ =..2.,--!, a,=n. I'i were held in the Free Methodist l Church in Spearfish on FebruarY/I ~~e~a~e ar, II 11, and burial was at the Beulah/I ~o~o~-any-per. l~!: cemetery. Sunday Mrs. Sylvia [ I ~utchering or steal'| Howes, mother of Mrs. Ford, ac-| I ~~n~in~--to|'~ companied Rev. and Mrs. Ford/I ~R-~Y-l.~d~elli to New Mexico where she will visit~ I ~~." ........... II with them for the next few months. J I ............ ;/L~ T,ndo,a ri' Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dick and[I 7 jT.Ti Xss .l:. children spent Sunday in BeUell . .............. ' Fourche. / ~ i Will parties please leave the James Dow Bush plane wreck on the Hejde ranch alone. Your courtesy regarding this wish will be appreciated. R. A. Bush Neil Bush Dean Bush For A. by the yard from ome fabrics center ii 3770 i New Arrivals Every Day Crisp Waffle Pique .................. per 'yd. 59c Satin Stripe Tissue Chambray.. per yd. 79c Play Denims .................. - ............ per yd. 59c Rayon Butcher Linens-- 54 inch ........ - ........................... per yd. $1.49 Leading Department Store in Belle Fourche