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March 29, 1956

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V0.Ag Boys ing at of the Bear Lodge accompanied by ag instructor Clark a day's training in and meat grad- 20 as guests of the Packing Co. at Rapid were Chuck Shewey, Dennis Dillavou, and Ernie Roadiier. v-ag students from 12 South Da- attended. s activities consisted of in identifying meat beef for quality and m livestock judging. in the company cafe- tests were conduct- Students. OF RE-OPENiNG ESTATE of the Estate of McGUCKiN, M~uckin, Jr., 107 S.E., Albuquerque, all creditors and d ",m the above of you are hereby has been entitled matter Judicial District Court County, Wyoming, McGuckin, byher at- forth that certain in the name of as mortgagee were he probate proceed- settlement herein. in this estate, and Said proceedings be the purpose of ad- upon said omitted reference being hereby Petition on file herein Particular description L are futher notified that for hearing the above . Petition has been and 10:00 o'clock a.m. of April, 1@56, or as the matter in the court room of said Court Crook County, Wyo- which time any or answer herein may be filed or presented. Done this 14th day of March,! 1956. Marion Cure, Clerk of Court Scotty Gladstone, Attorney March 15, 22, 29 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of John Franklin Cubbison, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that let- ters of administration have been granted to the undersigned admin- istrator by the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate, and that all persons having claims against said estate are required to file them with the necessary vouchers in the office of the~Clerk of the above named court or to exhibit them with the neces- sary vouchers on or before six months after March 15, 1956, the date of the first publication of this notice to Reynolds & Lathrop, at- torneys for the administrator at l their office in Sundance, Wyoming,! and if such claims are not so filed or exhibited, they will be forever l barred, Dated this 15th day of March, 1956. Otis Reynolds, Administrator reynolds & Lathrop, Attorneys March 15.22-29 (March 29) Henry Lincoln is confined to his bed suffering with the flu and a ~broken blood vessel in his leg. Those who visited Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln last week were Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Trego, Mr. and Mrs. Emory George, Frank Sommers and Donald Guidinger. Donald states that he and his mother, Mrs. John Guidinger, expect to be back in this area in a few weeks. Charles Plato, who is attending school in Denver, arrived here Saturday to spend the Easter va- cation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delos Plato. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fowler drove to Spearfish Friday evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fowler. The occasion being Eldene's birth- day. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and Mrs. Utric Hawken were Spearfish shoppers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sehlup and Keffeler Bros. Hereford Ranch Sturgis, S. D. NINTH ANNUAL P 2:30 p.m. Carrying the -,opular bloodllnes of the Pioneer hadO vs orth Star and Royal Domino. These bulls h-- e not been to ed at the ranch, erd ...... PP l leduul!L. pros. pects - to p quality range bulls., Deep otOCky, good headed, heavy rugged, fast coming two-year.old bulls. All bulls have blll YPe'rated and performance tested for gaining EX2 Under the suvervision of the South Dakota St tion: Individual records are a ail- b lls' all buyers. Come to the ranch and see these Iore sal . ge, Inc. "Black Hills Leading Market" through Friday at 7:20 a.m. A: " nnual Spring Yearling Sale 4 THE SUNVANCZ Sundance, Wyo. March 29, 1956 Mrs. Iris Partlow were business and social callers in Belle Fourche Saturday. Mrs. Alice Hawken and Mrs. Genieve George were hostesses to the Inyan Kara Club Wednesday at the George home. Carlile Club members present were Mrs. Tom Elsom, Mrs. Juanita Griffith, Mrs. Shirley Manken and Charlotte Carr. Give and Gain members visiting were Mrs. Una Seeley and Mrs. Minnie Williams. Other vis- itors were Mrs. Katie Banks, Mrs. Frank Smith and Mrs. Velma Rich- ards. Members present besides the hostesses were Mae Larson, Charlotte Reynolds, Marjorie Road- ifer, Ellen Roadifer, Amy Cundy, Kate Donaldson, Iris Partlow and our H.D.A. Miss Bonnie Everling, who explained how the clubs could help with the program at the Dev- ils Tower. Frank Crago was a Sunday din- ner guest of Mr. and Mrs, Virgil Schlup. They later attended the show in Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Hawken and children visited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith. The aRerno~n was spent driving in 'the country. Mr, and Mrs. Eugene. Kipp celo. brated their-wedding anniversary SatUrday night at the Royal Club in Beulah. __ =s ] Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reynold ! attended a dinner Sunday at the home of Henry Englehaupt. The occasion being for ~win sisters, Mrs. Laura Englehaupt and Mrs. Lillian Portwood's birthdays, and also for their mother's birthday, Mrs. Mary Stanton. On saturday the Reynolds visited Mrs. Carrol Ann Petera in Spearfish. (March 29) Hubert and Ray Hook accom- panied by Tomye and J. C. are visiting friends and relatives in Indiana. Mrs. Lena Gray, Ancil and Bobby spent Saturday in Moorcroft. Walter Gordon visited at the Jim McClure home on Sunday. His plane is frequently seen around Alva these days. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Butolph and their sons, Roy and Harold, are spending a week visiting in Well- ington, Utah with Willis Butolph. The cooperation of the Farm Bureau and School District No. 21 resulted in one more clean room at the Alva school. The Farm Bureau bought the paint and the School District furnished the labor. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Morris visited at the Harry Fleming home on Sunday. Adam Pehringer has started his summer work in Montana. He returned last weekend for a visit with his family. N. Ellis Mattox, M.D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Office Hours. I0 a.m.. 4 ,p.m. 6531/z Main Street Deadwood, S. D. DR. W. P. WILDERMUTH OPTOMETRIST Phone 66 Spearfish Tuesday . Saturday FREE PLUMBING Ph. AT 3-1623 & HEATING RELIABLE SERVICE See or Call Harry Habeck I I I I Sundance, Wyo. Ilk INTERNATIONAL for All-Truck Built to save you the BI_GG money! 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