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Oshoto April 3 Mr. and Mrs. Dell Evans, Piney and Raymond Shepherd made a business trip to Spearfish on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Svoboda and boys spent Thursday and Friday at the George Hauber home. Bill was repairing George's pickup. Mrs. and Mrs. Gary Donner and children were Saturday night vis- itors at the Bert Evans home. Mer- rill Evans visited his folks on Monday and Tuesday. Merrill is attending college at Billings, Mon- tana, April I0 Harvey Hauber of New Haven brought Dale Rathbun to Oshoto on Wednesday to get his patrol. Art Roberts opened the Carlile road that morning so the mail man from Moorcroft could get through. Mr. Malcom Bucher of Hulett took the New Haven and Lone Pine mail on Friday in his air- plane. Those who came to Oshoto on tractors during this week were Orville Jones, Harold Burch, Chas. Rathbun, Charles McGivin and Warren Evans. Mr. Marvin Blakeman delivered gas to Oshoto on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis and Patty of Hulett tried to go to New Haven on Friday, but were unable to get thru the mud. Bill Svoboda pulled them back to Oshoto with his caterpillar. Mrs. Lucy Jones, teacher of the Cabin Creek School tnissed this week of school due to bad wea- ther and snow. Miss Jeanne Don- aldson, teacher of the Burch school was also snowed in at Sundance. Elmo Wesley and twin boys made a trip to Gillette during the week. The veterinarian from Sun- dance called at Wesley's on Fri- day and treated a sick cow for Elmo. Max Evans, who attends high school in Moorcroft, spend the weekend with his folks. Warren Evans and Randy spent Easter Sunday in Gillette visiting with Dorothy, at the Warmon home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berger and family spent Easter Sunday with Mrs. Minnie Berger. Easter dinner guests at Dell Evans were Marjorie Evans and Mr. George Williams of Sheridan and Mr. and Mrs. Billie Svoboda and boys. "Hulett Last Week During the blizzard Monday eve- ning two patients were rushed to the hospital in Belle Fourche. It was necessary for the snow plow to open the road before they could get through. Jim Willson return- ed home the following day and Sally Ann Cohen, daughter of Mr. I and Mrs. Carl Cohee remained for several days, being treated for pneumonia. She was brought home Thursday. Georgina Dickson was a tonsillectomy patient on Thursday and Mrs. Bill Clark, who has been in the hospital in Gillette several weeks, is home again. Stanley Dav- idson is also home and his illness, which was attributed to a heart attack, was found to be caused by some infection causing fever, the cause for which has not been lo- cated. He is reported improving. School was closed the first of the week in the high school and the grade school was dismissed Tuesday when the electricity fail- ed, all due to the snow storm. Fri- day afternoon the Easter season was observed in the grade school ! with parties and Easter colors decorating the refreshments. A birthday party was held Sat- urday aRernoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vines honor- ing their daughter Sharon, Mrs. Della Grant and Diana Bucher. The afternoon was spent playing games and visiting, with the open- ing of gifts and serving refresh- ments. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bare drove to Lusk, Wyoming Saturday to meet Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shannon fromLaramie and bring their three-year-old grandson, Bobby, home with them for a two week visit Easter program held at the lo- cal churches featured special mu- sic Sunday. In spite of the roads there was a good attendance for all these services. It was a beau- tiful, warm day but there was more snow during the night and Monday continued colder with more precipitation. The annual Music Festival will be held on Thursday afternoon at 1:30 on May 5th. All schools are invited to participate. They are also invited to bring art and school work for exhibition. An amateur hour and talent show will be presented in the evening. These activities will be held in the high school under the direction of the music chairman, Mrs. Robert Jolly and her committee, Mrs. Alice Long, Mrs. Viva Tromble, Mrs. Harriet Waugh and Mrs. Eunice Huckins. Anyone interested in this program, please contact one of the committee. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lappe and children attended Easter ser- vices in Belle Fourche and attend- ed a show in the afternoon. Forrest Cheshier was released from the hospitaP in Hot Springs, S. D. in time to spend Easter Sun- day with his family here. Onion Skin at The Times. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of April, 1955, (one) E. A. Pearson filed an application for a Retail Llquor License in the office of the Clerk of the City of Hulett, Wyoming for the following described place and premises, to- wit: Lots 10 and 9, Block 1, O. T. in Hulett and protests, if any there be, against the issuance of such license will be heard at the hour of 8 p.m. on the 2nd day of May, 1955 in the Legion hall. (Signed) Harold Wells, Jr., City Clerk Dated April 1, 1955. April 7-14-21-28. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 6th day of April, 1955 (one) Peter F. Smith filed an application for a Retail Liquor License in the office of the Clerk of the County of Crook for the following describ- ed place and premises, to-wit: a room in a two story frame building situated on SEINE 4: Sec. 24, T. 52 N. R. 61 W. 6th P. M., Wyo. ! and protests, if any there be, I against the issuance of such license I will be heard at the hour of 10 , o'clock A. M. on the day of May 3, 1955 in the Commissioners Room, Court House, Sundance, Wyo. (Signed) Francis Hejde, County Clerk (SEAL) (Dated) 4-6-55. April 7-14-21-28 PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS To the Defendants: Roy Rawson and Jessie M. Rawson, whose resi- dences are unknown; and the un- known heirs, devisees, and legatees of any of the foregoing persons who may be deceased; and to the unknown heirs, de visees, and lega- i tees of Edward Arnold Perrigo, also known as E. A. Perrigo, and of Hattie E. Sage, also known as Hattie E. Perrigo, both of whom are deceased; You will hereby take notice that there is now on file in the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, at Sundance, Wyoming, filed by Wayne Reynolds and DeLaine Moore, as co-administrators of the eag00-/00 go ! DE 80TO 1 ! DNIVlE A DIE SOTO IBl[imoNmr YOU DmrCIDR Tracy Motor Company 9nd & Main Streets Sundanee, Wyo. estate of Doyle H. Moore, deceas- ed, as plaintiffs, a petition naming you as defendants and asking judg- ment that you be compelled to show your interest in and to the following described real estate, to- wit: Lots 1 & 2, Block 3, First Ad- dition to the Town of Moorcroft, Crook County, Wyo., that the same may be adjudged to be null and void and that the plaintiffs be adjudged and decreed to be the owners in fee simple of all of said lands and entitled to THE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo. April You are further unless you file answer in tion on or before the 7th May, 1955,*the said be taken as true and will be rendered in the prayer thereof. Dated at Sundance, this 29th day of March, Marion Clerk of (SEAL) Wayne Reynolds and the exclusive possession thereof; I Moore Co-Adm'rs of and that the title of the plaintiffs I of Doyle H. Moore, be forever quieted against you and[ P each of you and that you be ex-IScotty Gladstone, Attorney cluded from any interest therein. 'March 31; April 7, 14, 21 W. F. Newland Established 1885 James I. Founder Manager Registered Hereford BULLS- Dwarf Free GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY tGreenwood NEWLAND & SON COLONY, WYOMING 4 for the grndunt! LANE Cedar Chests Popular blond oak model whh con. wenient, seif-liftlng tray. Also avail. able in Seafoam M#hogsny.  NOW A..d,.,tls.d in LIFE Every one of those Line s.pecials is a handsome pmce of storage furniture-- gives you safe storage for. your woolen dresses, coats, and other fine things. Sro@luaranten ogelnstmetk derange. ProJsuro-tomtod for aroma tlehtnos/ Aroma-tight lock. Beautiful rubbed end polished "deep- cleon" glnlsh. 0 Inch cedlr construction In eecerd- ene with U. S. Oovornmont rom- mendatJone for meth-kUllne od' sheet. 95 DOWN High School seatO@ may come in and ple up their minlat Lane chests. Check on Lane's $10,000 GIRL GRADUATE CONTEST FREY'S Hardware und Furniture Belle ourehe, 8. D. ram.==.= Oshoto April 3 Mr. and Mrs. Dell Evans, Piney and Raymond Shepherd made a business trip to Spearfish on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Svoboda and boys spent Thursday and Friday at the George Hauber home. Bill was repairing George's pickup. Mrs. and Mrs. Gary Donner and children were Saturday night vis- itors at the Bert Evans home. Mer- rill Evans visited his folks on Monday and Tuesday. Merrill is attending college at Billings, Mon- tana, April I0 Harvey Hauber of New Haven brought Dale Rathbun to Oshoto on Wednesday to get his patrol. Art Roberts opened the Carlile road that morning so the mail man from Moorcroft could get through. Mr. Malcom Bucher of Hulett took the New Haven and Lone Pine mail on Friday in his air- plane. Those who came to Oshoto on tractors during this week were Orville Jones, Harold Burch, Chas. Rathbun, Charles McGivin and Warren Evans. Mr. Marvin Blakeman delivered gas to Oshoto on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis and Patty of Hulett tried to go to New Haven on Friday, but were unable to get thru the mud. Bill Svoboda pulled them back to Oshoto with his caterpillar. Mrs. Lucy Jones, teacher of the Cabin Creek School tnissed this week of school due to bad wea- ther and snow. Miss Jeanne Don- aldson, teacher of the Burch school was also snowed in at Sundance. Elmo Wesley and twin boys made a trip to Gillette during the week. The veterinarian from Sun- dance called at Wesley's on Fri- day and treated a sick cow for Elmo. Max Evans, who attends high school in Moorcroft, spend the weekend with his folks. Warren Evans and Randy spent Easter Sunday in Gillette visiting with Dorothy, at the Warmon home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berger and family spent Easter Sunday with Mrs. Minnie Berger. Easter dinner guests at Dell Evans were Marjorie Evans and Mr. George Williams of Sheridan and Mr. and Mrs. Billie Svoboda and boys. "Hulett Last Week During the blizzard Monday eve- ning two patients were rushed to the hospital in Belle Fourche. It was necessary for the snow plow to open the road before they could get through. Jim Willson return- ed home the following day and Sally Ann Cohen, daughter of Mr. I and Mrs. Carl Cohee remained for several days, being treated for pneumonia. She was brought home Thursday. Georgina Dickson was a tonsillectomy patient on Thursday and Mrs. Bill Clark, who has been in the hospital in Gillette several weeks, is home again. Stanley Dav- idson is also home and his illness, which was attributed to a heart attack, was found to be caused by some infection causing fever, the cause for which has not been lo- cated. He is reported improving. School was closed the first of the week in the high school and the grade school was dismissed Tuesday when the electricity fail- ed, all due to the snow storm. Fri- day afternoon the Easter season was observed in the grade school ! with parties and Easter colors decorating the refreshments. A birthday party was held Sat- urday aRernoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vines honor- ing their daughter Sharon, Mrs. Della Grant and Diana Bucher. The afternoon was spent playing games and visiting, with the open- ing of gifts and serving refresh- ments. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bare drove to Lusk, Wyoming Saturday to meet Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shannon fromLaramie and bring their three-year-old grandson, Bobby, home with them for a two week visit Easter program held at the lo- cal churches featured special mu- sic Sunday. In spite of the roads there was a good attendance for all these services. It was a beau- tiful, warm day but there was more snow during the night and Monday continued colder with more precipitation. The annual Music Festival will be held on Thursday afternoon at 1:30 on May 5th. All schools are invited to participate. They are also invited to bring art and school work for exhibition. An amateur hour and talent show will be presented in the evening. These activities will be held in the high school under the direction of the music chairman, Mrs. Robert Jolly and her committee, Mrs. Alice Long, Mrs. Viva Tromble, Mrs. Harriet Waugh and Mrs. Eunice Huckins. Anyone interested in this program, please contact one of the committee. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lappe and children attended Easter ser- vices in Belle Fourche and attend- ed a show in the afternoon. Forrest Cheshier was released from the hospitaP in Hot Springs, S. D. in time to spend Easter Sun- day with his family here. Onion Skin at The Times. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of April, 1955, (one) E. A. Pearson filed an application for a Retail Llquor License in the office of the Clerk of the City of Hulett, Wyoming for the following described place and premises, to- wit: Lots 10 and 9, Block 1, O. T. in Hulett and protests, if any there be, against the issuance of such license will be heard at the hour of 8 p.m. on the 2nd day of May, 1955 in the Legion hall. (Signed) Harold Wells, Jr., City Clerk Dated April 1, 1955. April 7-14-21-28. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 6th day of April, 1955 (one) Peter F. Smith filed an application for a Retail Liquor License in the office of the Clerk of the County of Crook for the following describ- ed place and premises, to-wit: a room in a two story frame building situated on SEINE 4: Sec. 24, T. 52 N. R. 61 W. 6th P. M., Wyo. ! and protests, if any there be, I against the issuance of such license I will be heard at the hour of 10 , o'clock A. M. on the day of May 3, 1955 in the Commissioners Room, Court House, Sundance, Wyo. (Signed) Francis Hejde, County Clerk (SEAL) (Dated) 4-6-55. April 7-14-21-28 PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS To the Defendants: Roy Rawson and Jessie M. Rawson, whose resi- dences are unknown; and the un- known heirs, devisees, and legatees of any of the foregoing persons who may be deceased; and to the unknown heirs, de visees, and lega- i tees of Edward Arnold Perrigo, also known as E. A. Perrigo, and of Hattie E. Sage, also known as Hattie E. Perrigo, both of whom are deceased; You will hereby take notice that there is now on file in the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, at Sundance, Wyoming, filed by Wayne Reynolds and DeLaine Moore, as co-administrators of the eag00-/00 go ! DE 80TO 1 ! DNIVlE A DIE SOTO IBl[imoNmr YOU DmrCIDR Tracy Motor Company 9nd & Main Streets Sundanee, Wyo. estate of Doyle H. Moore, deceas- ed, as plaintiffs, a petition naming you as defendants and asking judg- ment that you be compelled to show your interest in and to the following described real estate, to- wit: Lots 1 & 2, Block 3, First Ad- dition to the Town of Moorcroft, Crook County, Wyo., that the same may be adjudged to be null and void and that the plaintiffs be adjudged and decreed to be the owners in fee simple of all of said lands and entitled to THE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo. April You are further unless you file answer in tion on or before the 7th May, 1955,*the said be taken as true and will be rendered in the prayer thereof. Dated at Sundance, this 29th day of March, Marion Clerk of (SEAL) Wayne Reynolds and the exclusive possession thereof; I Moore Co-Adm'rs of and that the title of the plaintiffs I of Doyle H. Moore, be forever quieted against you and[ P each of you and that you be ex-IScotty Gladstone, Attorney cluded from any interest therein. 'March 31; April 7, 14, 21 W. F. Newland Established 1885 James I. Founder Manager Registered Hereford BULLS- Dwarf Free GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY tGreenwood NEWLAND & SON COLONY, WYOMING 4 for the grndunt! LANE Cedar Chests Popular blond oak model whh con. wenient, seif-liftlng tray. Also avail. able in Seafoam M#hogsny.  NOW A..d,.,tls.d in LIFE Every one of those Line s.pecials is a handsome pmce of storage furniture-- gives you safe storage for. your woolen dresses, coats, and other fine things. Sro@luaranten ogelnstmetk derange. ProJsuro-tomtod for aroma tlehtnos/ Aroma-tight lock. Beautiful rubbed end polished "deep- cleon" glnlsh. 0 Inch cedlr construction In eecerd- ene with U. S. Oovornmont rom- mendatJone for meth-kUllne od' sheet. 95 DOWN High School seatO@ may come in and ple up their minlat Lane chests. Check on Lane's $10,000 GIRL GRADUATE CONTEST FREY'S Hardware und Furniture Belle ourehe, 8. D. ram.==.=