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 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Grace N. Ancell, formerly N. Zimmerschied, P. O. Box Colo.; and to all creditors Others interested in the estate J. Zimmerschied, deceas- ^Yo.u, and each of you, are hereby iled that a petition has been  In the District Court of the ,ta Judicial District sitting in the W, of Sundance, Crook County, ,,Y)raing, by Paul J Zimmer- ed, Ida Mae Pearson, and Jos- _Pv F. Zimmerschied, by their at- Ley, setting forth that Peter J. erschied died intestate on  30th day of November, 1931, !g then a non-resident of the  e of Wyoming; that at the time teath of said decedent, said de- t'.t was the owner of an undi- 4% of all the oil and other l Orals in the following described s, to-wit: iSW/4, SNW, SW NWXASE, Sec. 2; E Sec. 3; NEASWA, , See. 8; NW SE1/4NWlA, W NE SEINE%, Sec. 9; all in 52 N., Rge. 67 W. of the Crook County, Wyo.; hat the said decedent left him as his sole and only at law the following named Grace N. Zimmerschied N. Ancell), survivinl Paul J. Zimmerschied, son; Pearson, daughter; and F. Zimmerschied, son; and k!d surviving widow has con- ler interest therein to the children, being the peti- herein; and said petition I OUR SYMBOL Lr m help Tou A - mdy approptlam Rock r. Umil monument, you will t{ a out wide miet'/"d Rk 1 - wm xlmm me m:e   A moQumem is ec desccndan*-- bePedble Since ll)06 Deadwood further praying that the court en- ter its decree determining the date of death of said decedent, his heirs and their degree of kinship to him, and the right of descent of his said interest in the above describ- ed real property, subject to the said conveyance to the petitioners aerein. You are further notified that the time for hearing the above men- tioned petition has been fixed at 10:00 o'clock a.m. on the 24th day of May, 1955, in the court room of the court house of the said court at Sundance, Crook County, Wyo- ming, on or before which time any objections or answer herein may be filed. Paul J. Zimmerschied Ida Mae Pearson Joseph F. Zimmersehied, Petitioners. Scotty Gladstone, Attorney April 21, 28, May 5, 12. Houston Creek Wyman Bushnell was transact- ing business in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice were in Granite & MQrble Works I Stablished in 1906 by I A. L. Duchene t .ment Center for | tae Trl-State Area I 0NUMENTS & - RKERS IN KkITE & MARBL] 142 Sherman SL Idwood, S. D,  Shop Ph.: 148-M ' Ph.: 147-R lIarkers . $40 up' 4Onuments - $200 up I rvlee lneludes de- eeeltT" Belle Fourche Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Burgess of Olathe, Colo- rado are visiting at the Rice home. Mrs. Burgess is Mr. Rice's sister. Mrs. Bill Bushnell, Ray Potter and Gene Hindman were in town one day during the week. Ray and Gene attended the Oren Red- inger sale in the Aladdin vicinity Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Cap Rauth and children were in Spearfish Monday of last week. Mr. Rauth was trans- acting business in town Monday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Walters and Delores were supper guests at the Chas. Chatfield home one evening during the week. Other visitors were Dr. and Mrs. Rodney Port, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snider and children. Mrs. Marie Andersen visited last week at the Fritz Chatfield home. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman and Carol were in Belle Fourche Saturday to see their granddaugh- ter Wanda Wagner who was hos- pitalized as a result of injuries sustained by falling from the fam- ily car while it was moving. The :child was severely bruised but had no serious injuries and it was ex- pected she would be released from the hospital Monday. The two youngest children of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wegner are at the Hind- man home during Wanda's conval- escence. Mr. Hindman and Joe Englehaupt attended the Redinger sale in the Aladdin vicinity Mon- day. | i | I I | I I | I I | I THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. April 21, 1955 The Sundance Senior Class presents "FOG ISLAND" DR. W. P. WILDERMUTH OPTOMETRIST Phone 66 Spearfish Tuesday - Saturday i I t April 27, 1955 HIGH SCHOOL GYM Curtain Time: 8 p.m. Get a New Power, r,t00ill... I l l i i the new McCormick" Farmalr 300 d 400 tractors with TA (Torque Amplifier). Get the feel of new, when-needed power to match heaviest ]pads . . . on the go. Prove to yoursel why TA is the most terrific tractor power development in years! the new Farmall 200, V2-plow tractor with all of its years-ahead, income-earning features. the new Farmall 100-- 'the 1-2-plow tractor with famous Clti-Vision for faster, better quality work. 00f,00,the new Farmall Cub does more jobs per horsepower than any tractor in its class. you Are invited to our HEIN I:AItMALII" IAoNSTRATIOH April 29 "" "lO a.m. Free Movies Free Lunch at Noon This demonstration will be held a our warehouse east of Sundance on Highway 585 Tracy Motor C L O. Sundanee Moorcroft Ask us about our liberal IH Income Purchase Plan of Buying that lets your now FarmaU pay for ilv self in uco.  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Grace N. Ancell, formerly N. Zimmerschied, P. O. Box Colo.; and to all creditors Others interested in the estate J. Zimmerschied, deceas- ^Yo.u, and each of you, are hereby iled that a petition has been  In the District Court of the ,ta Judicial District sitting in the W, of Sundance, Crook County, ,,Y)raing, by Paul J Zimmer- ed, Ida Mae Pearson, and Jos- _Pv F. Zimmerschied, by their at- Ley, setting forth that Peter J. erschied died intestate on  30th day of November, 1931, !g then a non-resident of the  e of Wyoming; that at the time teath of said decedent, said de- t'.t was the owner of an undi- 4% of all the oil and other l Orals in the following described s, to-wit: iSW/4, SNW, SW NWXASE, Sec. 2; E Sec. 3; NEASWA, , See. 8; NW SE1/4NWlA, W NE SEINE%, Sec. 9; all in 52 N., Rge. 67 W. of the Crook County, Wyo.; hat the said decedent left him as his sole and only at law the following named Grace N. Zimmerschied N. Ancell), survivinl Paul J. Zimmerschied, son; Pearson, daughter; and F. Zimmerschied, son; and k!d surviving widow has con- ler interest therein to the children, being the peti- herein; and said petition I OUR SYMBOL Lr m help Tou A - mdy approptlam Rock r. Umil monument, you will t{ a out wide miet'/"d Rk 1 - wm xlmm me m:e   A moQumem is ec desccndan*-- bePedble Since ll)06 Deadwood further praying that the court en- ter its decree determining the date of death of said decedent, his heirs and their degree of kinship to him, and the right of descent of his said interest in the above describ- ed real property, subject to the said conveyance to the petitioners aerein. You are further notified that the time for hearing the above men- tioned petition has been fixed at 10:00 o'clock a.m. on the 24th day of May, 1955, in the court room of the court house of the said court at Sundance, Crook County, Wyo- ming, on or before which time any objections or answer herein may be filed. Paul J. Zimmerschied Ida Mae Pearson Joseph F. Zimmersehied, Petitioners. Scotty Gladstone, Attorney April 21, 28, May 5, 12. Houston Creek Wyman Bushnell was transact- ing business in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice were in Granite & MQrble Works I Stablished in 1906 by I A. L. Duchene t . ment Center for | tae Trl-State Area I 0NUMENTS & - RKERS IN KkITE & MARBL] 142 Sherman SL Idwood, S. D,  Shop Ph.: 148-M ' Ph.: 147-R lIarkers . $40 up' 4Onuments - $200 up I rvlee lneludes de- eeeltT" Belle Fourche Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Burgess of Olathe, Colo- rado are visiting at the Rice home. Mrs. Burgess is Mr. Rice's sister. Mrs. Bill Bushnell, Ray Potter and Gene Hindman were in town one day during the week. Ray and Gene attended the Oren Red- inger sale in the Aladdin vicinity Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Cap Rauth and children were in Spearfish Monday of last week. Mr. Rauth was trans- acting business in town Monday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Walters and Delores were supper guests at the Chas. Chatfield home one evening during the week. Other visitors were Dr. and Mrs. Rodney Port, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snider and children. Mrs. Marie Andersen visited last week at the Fritz Chatfield home. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman and Carol were in Belle Fourche Saturday to see their granddaugh- ter Wanda Wagner who was hos- pitalized as a result of injuries sustained by falling from the fam- ily car while it was moving. The :child was severely bruised but had no serious injuries and it was ex- pected she would be released from the hospital Monday. The two youngest children of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wegner are at the Hind- man home during Wanda's conval- escence. Mr. Hindman and Joe Englehaupt attended the Redinger sale in the Aladdin vicinity Mon- day. | i | I I | I I | I I | I THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. April 21, 1955 The Sundance Senior Class presents "FOG ISLAND" DR. W. P. WILDERMUTH OPTOMETRIST Phone 66 Spearfish Tuesday - Saturday i I t April 27, 1955 HIGH SCHOOL GYM Curtain Time: 8 p.m. Get a New Power, r,t00ill... I l l i i the new McCormick" Farmalr 300 d 400 tractors with TA (Torque Amplifier). Get the feel of new, when-needed power to match heaviest ]pads . . . on the go. Prove to yoursel why TA is the most terrific tractor power development in years! the new Farmall 200, V2-plow tractor with all of its years-ahead, income-earning features. the new Farmall 100-- 'the 1-2-plow tractor with famous Clti-Vision for faster, better quality work. 00f,00,the new Farmall Cub does more jobs per horsepower than any tractor in its class. you Are invited to our HEIN I:AItMALII" IAoNSTRATIOH April 29 "" "lO a.m. Free Movies Free Lunch at Noon This demonstration will be held a our warehouse east of Sundance on Highway 585 Tracy Motor C L O. Sundanee Moorcroft Ask us about our liberal IH Income Purchase Plan of Buying that lets your now FarmaU pay for ilv self in uco.