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Senator Frank A. Barrett and Congressman Keith Thomson en- tertained at a luncheon recently in the U. S. Capitol for a group of Wyoming friends, veteran leg- islators an{t visitors honoring Governor Milward S i m p s o n. From left to right, seated: Mrs. Reuel Armstrong of Rawlins, Rep. Henry Latham (R-NY) Mrs. Barrett, Representative Thomson, the Baron deVillier Terrage of Paris, Mrs. Jeanne K. DeRham of Jackson, the Vicountesse deVflliers-Terrage of Paris. From left to right, standing: Rep Charles ,Halleck (R-Ind) Mrs. A. K. Hogan of tusk and Boulder, Colorado, Mrs. Thomson, Reuel Armstrong, Solicitor for the Interior Depart- ment, Senator Barrett, Governor Simpson, Nell Murphy of Casper, Rep. Joseph Martin (R-Mass) Don Noble of Pinedale and Bruce Cuddeback of Casper. The three boys are students at St. John's Military Academy at Salina, Kansas. Oshoto Joe Sehn journeyed to Oshoto on the tractor on Monday after the mail. "Mr. and Mrs. Bill Svoboda and Teddy went to Hulett and Belle Fourche on Wednesday. Bill Howard came home with them and stayed all night. Mr. and Mrs. John Hauber of New Haven were shoppers at Oshoto on Friday. They had din- ner with Svoboda's that day. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Evans were in Moorcroft on Friday. Mrs. Ev- ans stayed in for the school play. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Evans attend- ed the sheep sale in Gillette Fri- day. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner of Gillette on Sunday. Raymond Shepherd and Ehuo Wesley were business callers in Spearfish on Saturday. Trusty Moore of New Haven called at Evans's Saturday. Chas. Rathbun came to Oshoto on the tractor on Friday. He drove up to Oshoto on Sunday and had dinner at Svoboda's. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of E. FLATT WITCHER, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Let- ters Testamentary were, on the 11th day of April, 1955, granted to the undersigned Executrix by the District Court in and for Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate, and that all persons having claims against said estate are re- quired to file them, with the nec- essary vouchers, in the office of the Clerk of said Court, or to ex- hibit them, with the necessary vouchers, to. Scotty Gladstone, at- torney for the executrix, at his office in Sundanee, Wyoming, on or before six months after the 14th day of April, 1955, the date of first publication of this notice, and if such claims are not so filed or exhibited they will be forever bar- red. Dated April 12, 1955. HELEN WITCHER, Executrix Scotty Gladstone, Attorney April 14, 21, 28 Y H,, |HI,,, D]L P. L W.klLD Dmtt Spearr5, S. D. IU W. Bllads St. i i Dr. Oliver A. Jewett OPTOMETRIST Belle Fourehe Office Over Frey's Hardware (Phone 730) Tuelay Through Saturday | ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE There having been filed in the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in the matter of the es- tate of Theresa Baker, deceased, the petition of Wayne C. Baker, as surviving husband of said de- cedent, asking that the homestead and exempt property of said estate, or the value thereof, be set over to him as his absolute property and alleging that he is the person entitled thereto: IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that all persons interested in said estate appear before said Court at the Crook County Courthouse at Sundance, Wyoming, on the 9th day of May, A. D., 1955, at Ten o'clock A.M., to show cause, if over to said petitioner, and that this Order shall be published for three successive weeks as required by law before the date of hearing on said petition. Dated this 13th day of April, 1955. Preston T. McAvoy, Judge April 21, 28, May 5, 1955. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of Clifford E. Emery, 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 any they have, why said home- having claims against said estate stead and exempt property, or the are required to file them with the value thereof, should not be set necessary vouchers in the office of at Ray's Turf Club LARGE and SMALL PARTIES are our specialty We have complete facilities to handle any size party. Be sure and make reservations early for your party. For Reservations, Phone 100 DINE DANCE DRINK Ray's Turf Club Sundance, Wyo. the Clerk of the above named court or to exhibit them with the neces- sary vouchers on or before six months after April 21, 1955, the date of the first publication of this notice to Reynolds & Lathrop, at- torneys for the administrator at their office in Sundance, Wyoming, and if such claims are not so filed or exhibited, they will be forever barred. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. April 21, Dated this 21st day of 1955. Dell B. Reynolds & Lathrop, AttorneYs April 21-28---May 5. Copy Paper at The Times DANCE Hulett, Wyo. Saturday, April 23 GOOD MUSIC Sponsored by Devils Tower Chapter, Hulett FFA A TUBELESS TIRE THAT COSTS NO MORE THAN A STANDARD TIRE AND TUBE! THE ALL-NEW TUBE Super.00Cushion OOn00[AJt , Better blowout protection o Better puncture protection o Better performance Here's a completely dif- ferent and better tubeless tire. Extra tough body- with triple-tempered 3-T Cord plus Goodyear's ex- clusive Grip-Seal con- struction -- is completely airtight. And this tire rides like a dream- ab- sorbs road bumps. It's a stronger, safer, quiete running tire. TRADE FOR TUBELESS TODAYI Gigantic 3-T machines, six stories high, temper Goodyear tire cora under Tension. Tern perature, and Tme. I the most durable co ever developed -- makes the best alr-holding tire conJtruction. On Goodyear has the 3-'1 rocess -- the biggeJt vance in tire mkklng in -.ar|. We'll buy ALL the unused m/los in your tiresl Let them be your down, payment! present TERMS AS LOW AS $1.25 A WEK! Crook County Refinery, Phone 15R2 8undanee, Senator Frank A. Barrett and Congressman Keith Thomson en- tertained at a luncheon recently in the U. S. Capitol for a group of Wyoming friends, veteran leg- islators an{t visitors honoring Governor Milward S i m p s o n. From left to right, seated: Mrs. Reuel Armstrong of Rawlins, Rep. Henry Latham (R-NY) Mrs. Barrett, Representative Thomson, the Baron deVillier Terrage of Paris, Mrs. Jeanne K. DeRham of Jackson, the Vicountesse deVflliers-Terrage of Paris. From left to right, standing: Rep Charles ,Halleck (R-Ind) Mrs. A. K. Hogan of tusk and Boulder, Colorado, Mrs. Thomson, Reuel Armstrong, Solicitor for the Interior Depart- ment, Senator Barrett, Governor Simpson, Nell Murphy of Casper, Rep. Joseph Martin (R-Mass) Don Noble of Pinedale and Bruce Cuddeback of Casper. The three boys are students at St. John's Military Academy at Salina, Kansas. Oshoto Joe Sehn journeyed to Oshoto on the tractor on Monday after the mail. "Mr. and Mrs. Bill Svoboda and Teddy went to Hulett and Belle Fourche on Wednesday. Bill Howard came home with them and stayed all night. Mr. and Mrs. John Hauber of New Haven were shoppers at Oshoto on Friday. They had din- ner with Svoboda's that day. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Evans were in Moorcroft on Friday. Mrs. Ev- ans stayed in for the school play. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Evans attend- ed the sheep sale in Gillette Fri- day. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner of Gillette on Sunday. Raymond Shepherd and Ehuo Wesley were business callers in Spearfish on Saturday. Trusty Moore of New Haven called at Evans's Saturday. Chas. Rathbun came to Oshoto on the tractor on Friday. He drove up to Oshoto on Sunday and had dinner at Svoboda's. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of E. FLATT WITCHER, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Let- ters Testamentary were, on the 11th day of April, 1955, granted to the undersigned Executrix by the District Court in and for Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate, and that all persons having claims against said estate are re- quired to file them, with the nec- essary vouchers, in the office of the Clerk of said Court, or to ex- hibit them, with the necessary vouchers, to. Scotty Gladstone, at- torney for the executrix, at his office in Sundanee, Wyoming, on or before six months after the 14th day of April, 1955, the date of first publication of this notice, and if such claims are not so filed or exhibited they will be forever bar- red. Dated April 12, 1955. HELEN WITCHER, Executrix Scotty Gladstone, Attorney April 14, 21, 28 Y H,, |HI,,, D]L P. L W.klLD Dmtt Spearr5, S. D. IU W. Bllads St. i i Dr. Oliver A. Jewett OPTOMETRIST Belle Fourehe Office Over Frey's Hardware (Phone 730) Tuelay Through Saturday | ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE There having been filed in the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in the matter of the es- tate of Theresa Baker, deceased, the petition of Wayne C. Baker, as surviving husband of said de- cedent, asking that the homestead and exempt property of said estate, or the value thereof, be set over to him as his absolute property and alleging that he is the person entitled thereto: IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that all persons interested in said estate appear before said Court at the Crook County Courthouse at Sundance, Wyoming, on the 9th day of May, A. D., 1955, at Ten o'clock A.M., to show cause, if over to said petitioner, and that this Order shall be published for three successive weeks as required by law before the date of hearing on said petition. Dated this 13th day of April, 1955. Preston T. McAvoy, Judge April 21, 28, May 5, 1955. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of Clifford E. Emery, 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 any they have, why said home- having claims against said estate stead and exempt property, or the are required to file them with the value thereof, should not be set necessary vouchers in the office of at Ray's Turf Club LARGE and SMALL PARTIES are our specialty We have complete facilities to handle any size party. Be sure and make reservations early for your party. For Reservations, Phone 100 DINE DANCE DRINK Ray's Turf Club Sundance, Wyo. the Clerk of the above named court or to exhibit them with the neces- sary vouchers on or before six months after April 21, 1955, the date of the first publication of this notice to Reynolds & Lathrop, at- torneys for the administrator at their office in Sundance, Wyoming, and if such claims are not so filed or exhibited, they will be forever barred. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. April 21, Dated this 21st day of 1955. Dell B. Reynolds & Lathrop, AttorneYs April 21-28---May 5. Copy Paper at The Times DANCE Hulett, Wyo. Saturday, April 23 GOOD MUSIC Sponsored by Devils Tower Chapter, Hulett FFA A TUBELESS TIRE THAT COSTS NO MORE THAN A STANDARD TIRE AND TUBE! THE ALL-NEW TUBE Super.00Cushion OOn00[AJt , Better blowout protection o Better puncture protection o Better performance Here's a completely dif- ferent and better tubeless tire. Extra tough body- with triple-tempered 3-T Cord plus Goodyear's ex- clusive Grip-Seal con- struction -- is completely airtight. And this tire rides like a dream- ab- sorbs road bumps. It's a stronger, safer, quiete running tire. TRADE FOR TUBELESS TODAYI Gigantic 3-T machines, six stories high, temper Goodyear tire cora under Tension. Tern perature, and Tme. I the most durable co ever developed -- makes the best alr-holding tire conJtruction. On Goodyear has the 3-'1 rocess -- the biggeJt vance in tire mkklng in -.ar|. We'll buy ALL the unused m/los in your tiresl Let them be your down, payment! present TERMS AS LOW AS $1.25 A WEK! Crook County Refinery, Phone 15R2 8undanee,