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i._ z    :: zc  z zz ........ _ _ _ z zz z  z THE SUNDANCE TIMES An Independent Nnmpaper Publled Every Thursday by The  Publishing Co. Tim Tlmm is a legal newspaper for all publicaUo. Joim E. IAndsey Owner-Publisher Howard Allen, News Editor, Advertising Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES $3.00 per year in Crook and adjoining counties; $3.50 per year ebJewhere. lltered at the po6toffice at Sundance, Wyoming, as second matter under the act of March 3, 1879. IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT STATE OF WYOMING ) )ss. COUNTY OF CROOK ) In the Matter of the Estate of OLEN. LEE, Deceased. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE The petition of Allegra V. Lee, surviving widow of said decedent, having been filed in the above entitled court, showing that Notice to Creditors has been published nd an Inventory and Apprais e- ment duly returned in this estate; and that said decedent does not have in his estate all of the prop- erty specified under the exemption laws of the State of Wyoming as exempt from execution; and elect- ing to take, in lieu of her home- stead and other exemptions, the following described personal prop- erty, which has been appraised in the amount of $4,810.00, to-wit: The livestock brand; 23 white face cows; 11 two-year old  heifers; 2 bulls; 2 milk cows; 6 yearling heifers; 4 horses; 2 coming yearling steers; and 1 two-year old steer; 1 Oliver 70 tractor; 1 Case tractor; and miscellan- eous machinery and small tools; and said petitioner praying that the above described personal prop- erty be set over to her as her ab- solute property; IT IS HEREBY ORDERED That all persons be, and they are, required to appear before the Court in the court room at the court house in Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, on the 9th day of May, 1955, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day to show cause, if any they have, why the above described personal property of this estate should not be found to be exempt and set over to Allegra V. Lee as widow of the :above named decedent. Done in open court this llth day of April, 1955. Preston T. McAvoy, District Judge Scotty Gladstone, Attorney April 14, 21, 28 Adding Machine Paper - Times. Miller Creek Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin, Mrs. Harold Oudin and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hutchins were Sundance vis- itors last Monday. R. B, McKennan of Acme, Wyo., was a Tuesday overnight guest of the Guy Olsons. Ernest and Herman White and Roy Kiser were transacting busi- nes in Sturgis and Belle Fourche Tuesday and Thursday. Guy Olson, Bill Habeck, Roy Kiser and Herb Minnich were visz- tars at the Vore ranch Wednesday. Mrs. H. A. Minnich was a busi- ness visitor in Gillette and Moor- croft Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carr were Carlile callers Tuesday. Mrs. Lucy Minnich and Mrs. Herb Minnich were in Sundance on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser were guests at White Brothers Saturday evening and later, the group at- tended a movie in Sundance. Paul and Claralou Conzelman, Frank Wollen, Walter Vore, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun and Jen- nie Lea Rathbun were among those who attended the dance at Farrall Hall Saturday night. Frank Wollen of Buffalo, visited in this vicinity last week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin and Tuff Vore were Sunday dinner guests of Hally Oudins. The Ken Hutchins and Rathbun families spent Sunday fishing and picnicking. New Haven Business visitors from this com- munity to Belle Fourche last week were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Will- iams, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Moore, :Mr. and Mrs. George Hauber, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Clark, and Harley and Art Rathbun. On Easter Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Redding and family were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Pearl Redding and the Junior Wood family; Mr. and Mrs. Trusty Moore were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Moore and daughters; and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Proctor, CoeE Top Quality Work Done in our complete Body and Fender " Shop Spearfish Motor Co. Shirley and Larry were dinner guests at the Art Rathbun home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rathbun visited there too in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Clark tried to attend church services on Eas- ter Sunday in Hulett but spent most of the day stuck in a mud hole instead. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Frisbee went to Belle Fourche Sunday to visit Mrs. Frisbee's father, Jim Wilson, who is in the hospital there. We hope he is much better now. The teacher and pupils of the New Haven school planned a pic- nic dinner on Good Friday for the mothers and for the small children in the neighborhood and their mothers. A short program was given after the dinner and then games were played. Due to the snow they could not have an out- side Easter Egg hunt, and several could not come. Nancy Lee Moore had an Easter party for her pupils at the Hulett Creek School on Good Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Clark and Wanda, and Mr. and Mrs. Jean Richdards and children were guests at the Jim Frisbee home Sunday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Bert Rathbun has gone to Newcastle to visit with her child- ren who live there. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Richards and family of Lodgegrass, Montana vis- short time at the Har-I ited for a lan Williams home this week. I Mrs. Frances Benson came out I from Hulett on the school bus I Thursday and spent the night at i the Lewis Clark home. The next morning she went to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jean Richards, and family where she will visit. On Friday Mrs. Sonny Moore and Mrs. Trusty Moore called upon Mrs. Wright at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mildred Storm in Hulett. The occasion was Mrs. Wright's 89th birthday. Congrat- ulations and best wishes, Mrs. Wright. We are sorry to hear that Mr. Jake Hauber is seriously ill again. We hope that his condition has ,improved, and that he will be up and around again soon. Everyone in this community is busy calving or lambing. The wea- ther hasn't been too good so far but maybe it will be better from now on. The Lobban's shearing crew is shearing for Trusty and Sonny Moore this weekend. Harley Rath- bun and Gilbert Hauber' are help- ing. On Saturday afternoon Mr. THE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo. , April and Mrs. Bob Wenande and ren, Mrs. W. J. ,Wenande, Proctor and Mrs. ited at the Moore ranch. Trusty Moore and Moore helped Mrs. Sonny with the cooking. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dunha last Saturday with one their things for their home ispell, Montana. While back after another load Mrs. ham will visit with her Mrs. George Pollack and at Cutbank, Montana. DR. H. DORLAND OPTOW.TRIST Phone 480 Belle MONUMENTS AND MARKERS Beautiful granite, quality unsurpassed. Iron clad guarantee. Wide variety of sizes and designs at amazingly low prices -- let us show you. See Us, Write or Phone 11W Collect FRED BLAKEMAN ,Moorcroft, Wyo. 5o/I conversation, retaining ponds, /and you do all with CAT Diesel Tractor CATERPILLAR DIESEL TRACTO No single piece of equipment will give you such worl doing ability--ability you can count on day-in and day-out ever5, season of the year. Caterpillar dependable power never takes time off.., i does every job faster because it gives you the power and traction ' needed--costs leas because it runs longer with less upkeep and utilizes low cost diesel fuel. Put "CAT"* power to work for you now! Make every dol- lar-every move count. If you want complete proof, just call your nearest Wortham office. No obligation, of course. Cot" end Colk3r ore/legisnd TredJ. WORTIIAM machinery o. Car 0JN &te/= .  Jk who rw . CHEYENNE CASPER SHERIDAN" NEWCASTLE RIVERTON ROCK SPRINGS  Jtey, go e eft. de  #dr d j, em "Car" emSmmd   kl.-. Caterpillar give& you the powee build effiien irrigation sygemJ ud bar end yovr pmmrd ditct. twr.rewmdw i._ z    :: zc  z zz ........ _ _ _ z zz z  z THE SUNDANCE TIMES An Independent Nnmpaper Publled Every Thursday by The  Publishing Co. Tim Tlmm is a legal newspaper for all publicaUo. Joim E. IAndsey Owner-Publisher Howard Allen, News Editor, Advertising Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES $3.00 per year in Crook and adjoining counties; $3.50 per year ebJewhere. lltered at the po6toffice at Sundance, Wyoming, as second matter under the act of March 3, 1879. IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT STATE OF WYOMING ) )ss. COUNTY OF CROOK ) In the Matter of the Estate of OLEN. LEE, Deceased. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE The petition of Allegra V. Lee, surviving widow of said decedent, having been filed in the above entitled court, showing that Notice to Creditors has been published nd an Inventory and Apprais e- ment duly returned in this estate; and that said decedent does not have in his estate all of the prop- erty specified under the exemption laws of the State of Wyoming as exempt from execution; and elect- ing to take, in lieu of her home- stead and other exemptions, the following described personal prop- erty, which has been appraised in the amount of $4,810.00, to-wit: The livestock brand; 23 white face cows; 11 two-year old  heifers; 2 bulls; 2 milk cows; 6 yearling heifers; 4 horses; 2 coming yearling steers; and 1 two-year old steer; 1 Oliver 70 tractor; 1 Case tractor; and miscellan- eous machinery and small tools; and said petitioner praying that the above described personal prop- erty be set over to her as her ab- solute property; IT IS HEREBY ORDERED That all persons be, and they are, required to appear before the Court in the court room at the court house in Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, on the 9th day of May, 1955, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day to show cause, if any they have, why the above described personal property of this estate should not be found to be exempt and set over to Allegra V. Lee as widow of the :above named decedent. Done in open court this llth day of April, 1955. Preston T. McAvoy, District Judge Scotty Gladstone, Attorney April 14, 21, 28 Adding Machine Paper - Times. Miller Creek Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin, Mrs. Harold Oudin and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hutchins were Sundance vis- itors last Monday. R. B, McKennan of Acme, Wyo., was a Tuesday overnight guest of the Guy Olsons. Ernest and Herman White and Roy Kiser were transacting busi- nes in Sturgis and Belle Fourche Tuesday and Thursday. Guy Olson, Bill Habeck, Roy Kiser and Herb Minnich were visz- tars at the Vore ranch Wednesday. Mrs. H. A. Minnich was a busi- ness visitor in Gillette and Moor- croft Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carr were Carlile callers Tuesday. Mrs. Lucy Minnich and Mrs. Herb Minnich were in Sundance on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser were guests at White Brothers Saturday evening and later, the group at- tended a movie in Sundance. Paul and Claralou Conzelman, Frank Wollen, Walter Vore, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun and Jen- nie Lea Rathbun were among those who attended the dance at Farrall Hall Saturday night. Frank Wollen of Buffalo, visited in this vicinity last week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin and Tuff Vore were Sunday dinner guests of Hally Oudins. The Ken Hutchins and Rathbun families spent Sunday fishing and picnicking. New Haven Business visitors from this com- munity to Belle Fourche last week were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Will- iams, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Moore, :Mr. and Mrs. George Hauber, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Clark, and Harley and Art Rathbun. On Easter Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Redding and family were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Pearl Redding and the Junior Wood family; Mr. and Mrs. Trusty Moore were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Moore and daughters; and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Proctor, CoeE Top Quality Work Done in our complete Body and Fender " Shop Spearfish Motor Co. Shirley and Larry were dinner guests at the Art Rathbun home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rathbun visited there too in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Clark tried to attend church services on Eas- ter Sunday in Hulett but spent most of the day stuck in a mud hole instead. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Frisbee went to Belle Fourche Sunday to visit Mrs. Frisbee's father, Jim Wilson, who is in the hospital there. We hope he is much better now. The teacher and pupils of the New Haven school planned a pic- nic dinner on Good Friday for the mothers and for the small children in the neighborhood and their mothers. A short program was given after the dinner and then games were played. Due to the snow they could not have an out- side Easter Egg hunt, and several could not come. Nancy Lee Moore had an Easter party for her pupils at the Hulett Creek School on Good Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Clark and Wanda, and Mr. and Mrs. Jean Richdards and children were guests at the Jim Frisbee home Sunday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Bert Rathbun has gone to Newcastle to visit with her child- ren who live there. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Richards and family of Lodgegrass, Montana vis- short time at the Har-I ited for a lan Williams home this week. I Mrs. Frances Benson came out I from Hulett on the school bus I Thursday and spent the night at i the Lewis Clark home. The next morning she went to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jean Richards, and family where she will visit. On Friday Mrs. Sonny Moore and Mrs. Trusty Moore called upon Mrs. Wright at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mildred Storm in Hulett. The occasion was Mrs. Wright's 89th birthday. Congrat- ulations and best wishes, Mrs. Wright. We are sorry to hear that Mr. Jake Hauber is seriously ill again. We hope that his condition has ,improved, and that he will be up and around again soon. Everyone in this community is busy calving or lambing. The wea- ther hasn't been too good so far but maybe it will be better from now on. The Lobban's shearing crew is shearing for Trusty and Sonny Moore this weekend. Harley Rath- bun and Gilbert Hauber' are help- ing. On Saturday afternoon Mr. THE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo. , April and Mrs. Bob Wenande and ren, Mrs. W. J. ,Wenande, Proctor and Mrs. ited at the Moore ranch. Trusty Moore and Moore helped Mrs. Sonny with the cooking. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dunha last Saturday with one their things for their home ispell, Montana. While back after another load Mrs. ham will visit with her Mrs. George Pollack and at Cutbank, Montana. DR. H. DORLAND OPTOW.TRIST Phone 480 Belle MONUMENTS AND MARKERS Beautiful granite, quality unsurpassed. Iron clad guarantee. Wide variety of sizes and designs at amazingly low prices -- let us show you. See Us, Write or Phone 11W Collect FRED BLAKEMAN ,Moorcroft, Wyo. 5o/I conversation, retaining ponds, /and you do all with CAT Diesel Tractor CATERPILLAR DIESEL TRACTO No single piece of equipment will give you such worl doing ability--ability you can count on day-in and day-out ever5, season of the year. Caterpillar dependable power never takes time off.., i does every job faster because it gives you the power and traction ' needed--costs leas because it runs longer with less upkeep and utilizes low cost diesel fuel. Put "CAT"* power to work for you now! Make every dol- lar-every move count. If you want complete proof, just call your nearest Wortham office. No obligation, of course. Cot" end Colk3r ore/legisnd TredJ. WORTIIAM machinery o. Car 0JN &te/= .  Jk who rw . CHEYENNE CASPER SHERIDAN" NEWCASTLE RIVERTON ROCK SPRINGS  Jtey, go e eft. de  #dr d j, em "Car" emSmmd   kl.-. Caterpillar give& you the powee build effiien irrigation sygemJ ud bar end yovr pmmrd ditct. twr.rewmdw