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March 29, 1956

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Olll $Og 01t By Windy Winters Long about this time of the year I'm still getting a kick out of looking through my seed cata- log. Most every one's probably i looks like mine, kind of dog-eared and worn. Notes on the margin "Try this one"--"Think this is the beans we planted last year?" "these Cuc's Hollow", "Probably good cause~ the worms got them" . . The pictures of the radishes so real that you can get indigestion just looking at them... It's a kind of spring fever . ... Porches and COM CIAL BEEF GRADE TO, CHANGE JUNE i Laramie --- The U. S. Depart- ment of Agriculture Commercial grade of beef will become two new grades June 1. Names of the new grades will be Standard and Com- mercial. Present beef grades are Prime, Choice, Good, Commercial, Utility, Cutter and Canner. After June 1 maturity of the ani- mals now classed Commercial will decide whether they are graded Standard or Commercial. The name Standard will cover beef from younger animals of the grade. The name Commercial will con- tinue for beef from mature ani- mals. The change came from a recom- mendation by the Cattle and Beef Industry Committee. During the 60 days after the proposal was pub- licised, a majority of comments from individuals and organizations favored the change. Work on the telephone line pro- gressed this week when the men set up the poles for most of the line. NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION APRIL 2, 1956 POlls for School District No. 1 will be open from 1 to 6:30 p.m. in the music room of the Sundance schools. Allan Edwards, Clerk School District No. 1 March 22, 29, 1956 IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT The State Of Wyoming, J )ss County of Crook ) " NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OF TIME APPOINTED FOR windows are lined with coffee cans, The present Commercial grade PROVING WILL, ETC. paper containers cabbage sprouts includes carcasses from animals and tomato seedlings., it's a good within the full range of maturity. I In the Matter of the Estate of Lucian Holbrook Robinson, also refreshing season. . Prime, Choice and Good grades Been trying to decide whether are restricted to carcasses from! known as Lucian H. Robinson and as L. H. Robinson, Deceased. to take a chance on non-certified relatively young animals. [ To all persons interested in said grass seed or to spend a few extra The change is based on the idea bucks and get certified. Will I that it is impractical to sell, under Estate;' Notice is hereby given, that Tuesday, the 24th day of have time to get a germination and the same grade name, beef from April 1956, at 10 o'clock, A,M., of purity test on the non-certified young animals with little fat and,said day, at the Court Room of seed or get the blue tag where the that from older, fatter animals un- said Court, in the County of Crook field inspections were made and der the same grade name. has been appointed as the time germination and purity are on the and place for proving the Will of tag.on noxiousCan I standweeds?tO IftakeI agetChanCenon_ a Driver deceasedSaid Lucianand Holbrookfor hearingRbinsn'the ap~ certified seed I'll probably have v" plication of Jay Durfee for the to plant ten or elven pounds,'ifl]Ta~lvc IIn issuance to him of Letters Testa- get blue tag. it'll only. be eight, aiiulo lltll What's the difference in cost per A = i mentary, when and where any person interested may appear and acre?? i[]t contest the same. Shucks!!! Let's take a look at] ..... r- Dated this 20th day of March, them watermelon pictures again I ....... ..... ......... ",'t ~ ~eue rourcne oriver ~'rmay 1956. noy mose xiowers ana snruos look ........ [learned to hLs sorrow that tearmg Marion Cure, pretty ana mat cavoage u " " ." " . ....... : .;_'I p a trafhe ticket Is not exactly Clerk ~ome times i tnlnK I eouitl ge~ me { .~;op^- (Seal) stuff in my garden to look just like [ 'C 'yde M Patterson received the Reynolds & Lathrop, Attorneys that if my wife really tried . " "[ticket fr-'-'-" .............. March 22-29 April 5-12 om ~ity raarsnat vie lviei- It's a kind of pleasant, confusing t .................. ....... au oa ann was cnargea wlrn urlv- wisnmt time ot me year in " " ......... " _. [ g 60 miles per hour in a 20 miles IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF AlL sis wismut minicmg re- ........ w [ per hour zone in Sundance. T, HE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT minus me ot me young xeuo ...... Patterson tore up the hcket and WITHIN AND FOR THE COUNTY WhO was eagerly prospecting zor . ..... : .... I presently found himself m Sun- OF CROOK AND STATE OF a job lle aroppea past mls rancn, ." .... ,,_, [dance Police Court where Pohce WYOMING offermg ms sympatmes, z m sor ........ "]Judge George Richards fined him In the Matter of the Estate of ry to near tna[ your mrea man[.~.5 ~na ~n~t~ died, sure wish,, you would let me[ ....... ~..~.~. Harry R. Oliver, Deceased. take his place. The rancher re-] __-'-'-~ N O T I C E plied: "It would sure be alright[ ~S.hO~O Notice is hereby given that Inez V. Oliver has fried with the with me, if you can get the under-[ CM~h 9a~ above entitled court at Sundance, taker to arrange it." . ] ........... Windy. [ Frank Brislawn, Mack and Wyoming, a petition under oath [Karen were" callers at the Bert showing that the above named de- Evans home Saturday. They were cedent, a resident o'f the State of ~]Pll~IblN~l lldll Iqldl l qNM~li, lI busine~ callers at~.Oshoto that day California, died on I~eemb,er 26, C= aa .ummm# ' - land were supper guests at the 1951, leaving property in the State lssm m w]r [ Gossman home. of Wy0m g not exceeding in Value Ten Thousand :Dollars, and that ................ ._ ] Those attending the talent show the said e~tate has been duly pro- week tmumg "rnursaay, March z~ [and dance in Moor~roft Saturday ba'ted and settled in the State of The outgo .of st~kera and feed. ] evening from Oshoto were Mr. and California, and praying that the ers from the Sioux City market for [ Mrs. Fred Sehn, Joe Sehn, Carollyn probate of said estate in this. state the week ending Thursday, March ]Dol~aldson, Charles McGurn, Tom- 'may be dispensed with, and the 22, was increased considerably]my Davis, Tommy Svalina, Mr. and over the previous week. The in-[Mrs. Raymond Shepherd and Mrs. probate proceedings had in the crease was mainly on steers in the ] Piney Shepherd, and Dave Rey.i State of California admitted in this state as the probate of said estate 500 to 800 lb. weight groups. Prices I nolds. showed little change on steers and ] Shepherds visited the Mike Shep- herein, and has filed with said some decline on heifers. Stock iherd family in Upton Saturday be-petition certified copies of Last calf prices were higher with the]fore going to the talent show in Will and Testament, Petition for advance partially offset by im-]Moorcroft. proved quality. Of the 5!40 head[ Those attending the sale in Gil- of stockers and feeders movingout,[lette Friday were Mr. and Mrs. steers made up approximately{Juel Hohn and children, Mr. and 3,000 head averaging 684 lbs at:a cost of $17.73. ,A week earlier, Mrs. Bill Svobeda and boys, Ray- mond and Mrs. Piney Shepherd. Social callers at the Bob Bris- lawn home Monday were Mrs. Piney Shepherd and Raymond. Ferdie Bris]awn returned to the Brislawn ranch Tuesday evening. Charlie Rathburn was a visitor at the Bill Svoboda home Wednesday. Harlan Williams was a htlsiness caller in Moorcroft Wednesday. Harold Burch and Kelly were business callers in Gillette Thurs- day. Mrs. Piney Shepherd and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shepherd were social callers at the home of Mrs. Minnie Berger Thursday evening. Friday morning Mrs. Piney Shep- herd and Raymond were callers at the Del Evans home. Sundance, Wyo. March 29, 1956 all i i iiii iii I)r. J. G. Betts $1 wlq , & D. r* . - about 2,400 head, went out aver- aging 673 lbs. and eos g $17.71. For a similar period ayear .ago, nearly 3,000 head sold ~t an aver- age cost of $21.27 weighing 705 Ib he week's outgo Of heifers was about 150 head that averaged 563 pounds at a cost of $15,17. A week earlier, around 250 heacF moved out at a cost of $15,94 averaging 560 pounds. A year earlier, 520 head sold weighing 555 pounds and costing $17.99. The week's ealf movement was nearly 1,000 head that averaged 436 pounds at a cost of $18.68. A week earlier the outgo was better than 700 head weighing 424 pounds and costing $17.82. For a similar period a year ago, about 600 head sold ev- eraging 451 pounds at a cost of $2o.71. III I I .~ IML r. Ib WAI Ill I IIII III[ll I IIIll Probate of Will, Order Admitting Will to Probate Without Bonds, Letters Testamentary, Inventory and Appraisement, and Decree of Final Distribution, in the Matter of the Estate of Harry R. Oliver, Deceased, all had and done in the Superior Court of San Francisco County, California. Notice is further given that said ;petition will be heard by the Judge of the above named court at the court room in the court house in Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, on Monday, the 9th day of April, 1956, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon at which time and place son interested may appear objections, if any they have, granting and allowance petition, and show cause order should not be made t ting said certified copies proceedings in said estate ord in this state as the | . jlt lt of said estate herein. Dated this 21st day of A. D., 1956. McAvo ,L Preston T. Judge ~ , Reynolds & Lathrop, AttOr March 22-29 April 5 A MODERN STORE ihls new De Solo Advinlurtr was electronically clocked at 137.293 miles per hour. That's faster than any speed ever officially recorded for a stock car in De Soto's displacement class. And it's the kind of outstanding performance you can expect behind the wheel of every new De Soto... the most powerful car in the medium price field. You oughta drive one soon. HORSEPOWER DRIVE A nd and Main Streets 1 DE SOTO BEFORE YOU Tracy Motor Ce. DECIDE