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March 5, 1953

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PEEK tit the Past AGO 1948 75-piece University of Wyo- COncert band is scheduled in Sundance March 11 hall as part of the tour of the band through- state. Altizer, who has operated Market here for the past Tuesday sold that busi- W. F. Tracy. On Tues- Tracy disposed of the and fixtures to Herb and Deane Bryan, grocery here. Alice M. (Grandma) Part- resident of Crook county passed away at her Sundance Friday at the 83 Years. the two big city water tanks dry, residents of have been cogitating on if a fire was out in Sundance. Some of the town, those are out of water. Proctor had the to fall and break his He was doing the chores son Albert, who is away Ileal aid. Blakeman drove to the ranch on the D road to investigate the removal quarter mile of fence from by parties unknown. AGO 4, 1943 herioc efforts to rescue small children were to death at Moorcroft late afternoon when fire out in their home. The were those of Mr. and Glarer. has been received by Mrs. Mueller that her brother E. Jefson, is missing over the Western Euro- Jefson was a gunner Liberator. Redinger is the name daughter born to Mr. Redinger of Hulett county hospital Feb. Lenehan, daughter of J. Murphy of Alva, was Valentine s Day to Fred- Donovan in San Diego, Oscar Carlson, formery of died at her home in early Wednesday Feb. 24t following a She was 54 years I YEARS AGO 3, 1938 little 16-months-old son and Mrs. Joe Ondrizek of Creek country was badly when he get hold of a and put some of the mouth. Bulldogs lost their cOnference games of the. week when they were Sheridan and Midwest. Lobban, who was ser- a week ago by a saw, is making very satisfactory recovery at the Davis hospital in this city. Arch Creek--Joe Card celebrated his 68 birthday Feb. 22, He is in good health and works every day. He hasn't any hatchet so never cut down the cherry tree. Three Sundance girls, Elizabeth Thompson and Creeta and Fontella Cleveland had leading parts in the WAA Follies which were giv- en at the Black Hills Teachers College March 1. TWENTY YEARS AGO March 2, 1933 Sundance is having plenty of water trouble. While the mains are frozen up on the west side of town, flood wpters are bother- ing the residents over on the east side. i Work of tearing down the build- ings recently condemned by the city council has started. When these buildings are removed from the street it is going to make a lot of difference in the appearance of the town and will reduce the fire hazard considerably. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Good cele- brated their 50th wedding anni- versary last Wednesday. James Dyce died suddenly Sat- urday morning at his Rocky Point home. Heart trouble ~as listed as the cause, of death of Dyce who came to this section 33 years ago. The Sundance Bulldog basket- shooting machine was being tuned up for the annual district tourna- ment this week, following a more or less disastrous contest with the Gillette Camels Saturday. Moorcroft Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ripley and daughter Becea Sue arrived Mon- day from Fresno, Calif. where they have spent the last several months. They were stranded in Rawlins because of weather con- ditions. Mr' and Mrs. Millard Ripley left Tuesday for Billings where Mrs. Ripley will submit to surgery. We are surely wishing her the best of luek and hope she will soon he back home again. Pythian Sisters held their reg- ular meeting Tuesday evening with 11 members present. After the meeting the hostesses, Mrs. Corn Lea Lubken and Mrs. Effie Robin- son served refreshments. Mrs. Expert, Repair Work Watehes All Work Guaranteed We Specialize in Diamond Resetting iAll Diamonds Remounted in our own shop by highly-skilled craftsmen ' Neugebahers 3ewelry Sturgis, S. D. O'Connor was able to get in for the meeting inspite of the bad roads. Mrs. Dora Wright and Mrs. Win- nie Hughes were passengers on 43 Tuesday for Sheridan to attend the last rites for Mrs. Cooper to be held Wednesday. Harold Baldwin of Newcastle was a visitor in town Thursday. Bob L. Donner and Don Henry Claar have enlisted in the U. S. Army Airborne for three year periods and have beth sent to Ft. Lewis Wash. for processing. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mellote are planning to go to Billings next week where Earl will go thru the clinic. Mrs. Charles Kottraba and in- fant son )were dismissed from the hospital in Gillette Friday and are now staying with her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Mellotte for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Petersen were visitors in Gillette Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brusig of Laramie drove up Friday and vis- ited over the week end with Mrs. Brusig's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Waddell. Saturday visitors in town were Mr. and Mrs. Hans Kummerfeld Fred Kummerfeld and son Butch Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Zimmerschied and family of Oshoto, Merritt Bar- ton, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gray and sons. Bobble Macy has been working the past week in Newcastle. Alwyn Hall left on 43 Sunday for Sheridan where he boarded a plane for Chicago where he is eml~loyed. Alwyn had been vis- iting home folks the past week and had been vacationing in Ariz. and Calif. before doming to Moor- croft. Millard Ripley called from Bil- lln~s Monday evening that Mrs. Ripley would under go surgery Tuesday morning. Their son Jack drove up that evening to be with his mother for a few days. She is a patient at the St. Vincent's Hospital. Claud Storm and daughter Top- sy and Patsy Griffis stopped in town a short while Tuesday morn- ing On their way to Gillette. Mrs. Joe Falbo, Miss Gladyce Harliss and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Vesser of Moorcroft and Mrs. Earl Johnson and children and Mrs. Mobley of Rozet were visitors in Gillette Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. At Harding and daughter Lou Ann arrived Monday afternoon after their stay in Chey- enne during the Legislature. We are glad to welcome the Harding family home again. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter- sated in the estate of Frank H. Ehlert, deceased, take notice that the undersigned administrator of said estate will, on or before the 27th day of March, 1953, file in the office of the Clerk of Court of Crook County, Wyoming, his final account and petition for distribu- tion of said estate, where anyone interested may examine such ac- count and petition and file objec- tions thereto in writing at any time before the 7th day of April, 11953, and if no objections are filed thereto, he will make final settle- i ment of said estate on the 13th I day of April, 195~ or as soon there- after as the matter may be heard. Done at Sundance, Wyoming, this 26th day of February, 1953. SCOTTY GLADSTONE Administrator March 5, 12, 19, 26. IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT State of Wyoming ) )ss. County of Crook ) In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM E. BANKS, also known as W. E. BANKS, and as W. EARL BANKS, and as W. EARLE BANKS, and as WILLIAM EARL BANKS, Deceased. NOTICE FOR JFUBLICATION OF TIME APPOINTED FOR PROVING WILL To All Persons Interested in said Estate: Notice is hereby given that Mon- day, the 13th day of April, 1953, at 10:00 o'clock a.m. of said day, at the court room of said Court ".w~.~- ..'~"- """ ~lt( ,~m~Jk'~L-- ~.~1~3[. ~"~-- ~ .... .." -.:.:.,~...-.-, .;-": -; ~.;,... ,;. ~','=,~ g,ves farming a real boost. When your field work calls for more real pull, live- weight traction will see you through. The hydraulic TRACTION BOOSTER in the CA and WD Tractors changes deadweight to liveweight. Weight of both tractor and implement is automatically shifted to bear down on drive wheels when soil is stubborn and tillage is tough. The hydraulic TRACTION BOOSTER reduces wheel slippage -- enables the CA and WD to do draw bar jobs that normally would require heavier tractors. Stop in and let us show you how it works. Tune in the National Farm and Homo Hour -- Every Saturday ~ NBC McDonald Implement Co. Belle Fourche South Dakot THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sund.~nce, Wyo. March 5, 1953 in the County of Crook, has been' appointed as the time and place for proving the will of the above named decedent and for hearing'. the application of William O. Banks for the issuance to the Se-' curry Trust and Title Company, Sundance, Wyoming, of Letters of" Administration With the Will An- nexed, when and where'any person interested may appear and contest the same. Done this 24th day of February, 1953. FRANCIS HEJDE Clerk of Court Scotty Gladstone, Attorney March 5, 12, 19, 26. DR. H. 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