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PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS To the" defendants: Charlotte Good, Deadwood, South Dakota; Lawrence C. Good also known as L. C. Good, Reardan, Washington; 3. E. Good, Reardan, Washington; Rich and DarXington, The Sundance Townsite Company, a corporation, Wynn Hooper, Neils Feterson, Neis Peterson, Richard Darlington, Thomasina Parkins, John R. Wilson, Emma Wilson, Caroline S. Hampton, Bessie A. McFadgen, Cyrus W. McFadgen, Charles E, Gibson, Emma Gage and Benjamin F. Fowler, adminis- trator of the estate of Emma B. Perrigo, deceased, whose resi- dences are unknown, and the un- known heirs and devisees of any of the above named defendants who may be deceased, and the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Tom Hooper, Matilda Hooper, Jessie C. Smith, Harrison Hampton, Mary B. Thorn, William M. Thorn, John M: Tltom, William H. Thorn, Lewis Thorn, Nellie Woolen, George Ashdown, Charlotte Ash- down, Sewall H. Bullard also known as Sewell H. Bullard, Her- bert A. Alden also known as H. A. Alden, Margaret E. Alden, Julia C. l~ble, Bertram C. Noble also kno~/n as B. C. Noble, D. J. Raw- houser, John R. Hawken, Wfllia~ R. Hawken, also known as W. R. Hawken, B. F. Fowler, A. R. Ridgely, Mortimer tL Williams also known as M. H. Williams, Cal~ie E. Fowler, William M. Baird, Ada Baird, Benjamin F. Fowler, Jr. also known as B. F. Fowler, Jr., Emma B. Perrigo also known as ~a Perrigo, Eugene A. Book also known as E. A. Beck, Luman A. Woodward also known as L. A. Woodward, Lizzie W. Woodward, Augnstus~L. Ripley also known as A. L. RipIey, Albert Hoge, Herbert Gage and Margarette E. Martin, all deceased; You and each of you will hereby take notice that there is now on file in the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, at Sundanee,[ Wyoming, filed by Josephine L. Grice, plaintiff, a petition naming you ,and others as defendants and asking judgrnen~ that you, and each of you, may be compelled to show your respective interest in i and to the following described real estate, to-wit: Lots 11 and 12 of Block 15; Lots 7, ~, 9, 10, 11 and 12 of Block 47; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of Block 49 in the Sec- ond Addition to the Town of Sundance, Crook County, Wyo- ming, that the same may be adjudged to be null and void and that said plaintiff be adjudged and decreed to be the absolute and unqualified owner in fee simple of all of said lands and premises and entitled to the exclusive possession thereof, and that the title of the plaintiH be forever quieted against you, and each of you, and that you be excluded from any interest in said premises, and for reformation and correction of instruments in the chain of title wherein the premises are described as being in the ori- ginal town instead of the secon~t addition to the town of Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, and that the unreleased real estate mort- gages described in said petition, to which reference is hereby made for a complete description thereof, be cancelled, diseliarged and re- leased of record. You are further notified that unless you file an answer to said petition on or before the 29th day of May, 1954, the said petition will be taken as true and judgment will be rendered in accordance with the prayer thereof. Dated this 17th day of April, 1954. Francis Hejde, Clerk of Court (Seal) Josephine L. Grice, Plaintiff Otis Reynolds, Attorney April 22, 29; May 6, 13. PUBLICATION OF SUMMQNS To T. C. Hooker, Igloo, S. D.; Maggie J. Hooker, also known as Mrs. Maggie Hooker, Igloo, S. D.; Margaret Schiller Whitesitt, Ced- arvale, Kans.; Emma Schiller Bush, Cedarvale, Karts.; Anna Schiller Bush, Pacific, Mo; Kate Schiller, Cedarvale, Kans.; Clara Schiller Hodge, 7615 Madison Ave., Kansas City, Mo.; George Schiller, 1912 Milan Ave,, So. Pasadena, Wooldridge; Joseph H. Barrow; and Etta Barrow; all deceased: You and each of you are hereby notified that you have been sued as defendants in the District Court I of the Sixth Judicial District, J !State of Wyoming, sitting in the Town of Sundance, within and for Crook county, by William Russell and Kathryn Russell, plaintiffs, i who have filed their petition there-i in, and to which reference is hereby made, the object and pr~y-~ [er of which is to cancel and dis- charge two certain mortgages on the property hereinafter described, and to quiet title in them asI against you and each of you, in and to the following described~ premises, to-wit: The East of Lot 4 and the West % of Lot 5, in Block 1 of the Original townsite of the Town of Hulett, Crook County, Wyoming; and that you and each of you be forever barred from claiming or asserting any right, title, interest, ~r claim in or to the same. 1 ~ou are further notified that4 unless you answer the petition of[ the plaintiffs on or before the 29th day of May, 1954, the same with all matters and allegations therein contained will be taken as true and judgment rendered according- ly. Done at Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, this 21st day of April, 1954. FRANCIS HEJDE, Clerk of Said Court (SEAL) William Russell and Kathryn Russell, Plaintiffs. Scotty Gladstone, Attorney April 22, 29, May 6, 13. ,Sunny Divide Farm Bureau Sees Atomic Bomb Pictures Sunny Divide Farm Bureau met April 23 at community hall. Hal Oudin, crops commodity !chairman, gave a complete report on local field seeds for sale, Paul Myers reported on salt prices for farm bureau members. Calff; Margaret Schiller, Escondi- This local voted to sponsor a do, Calif, and the unknown hen's, _ _ "" _ . _ o "_ benefit dance for Montgomery fam- aevmees, ana legatees ot any oz ;;v the foregoing persons who may be i"~'- .. Fr 1 der count secre deceased; and to the unknown] itum o an ., . :y : h,,i~ ~vi~ ~nd ]~,~,~t~ nf l. ~tary was present aria uiscussea ...............................i commo-'tm y program to-- be set up J. Schiller, also known as LuLSlsonl J. Schiller; Samuel W. Wooldridge, { S;veral films were shown in- also known as Samuel Wooldridge [ cl'uding some of the atomic bomt and as S, W. Woo~ldridge; Bessie] explosions. What's Mother's Day got i i to do with LUMBER? Whether she's 62 or 26, lumber is impor- ~q tant on her day. If she's 6~ and owns her home, what better week is there than this to start remodeling that old Style bathroom ior kitchen that she's been complaining about. OR - if she's 26, what better week than this to start definite plans for that new home she has wanted. In either case, we would be happy to advise you on any building problem Feel free to call us anytime. I FHA Financing Available if Desired Lampert Lumber Co. i Norman Po~n, Manager Phone 268 Spearfish, S. D. Dr. Baldwin, guest speaker of the evening, gave an interesting talk on care of young farm ani- mals and fowls. Next meeting will be held May 21 at the community hall. Oshoto Mr. Wind visited at the Fred Sehn home awhile Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Reynolds had their wedding dance Saturday night at Moorcroft. A large crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bursh and family took Larry Moore to Wes- ton to get his car Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berger and family visited at the Minnie Ber- ger home Sunday. Mrs. Harry Berger took Jerry Berger and Leonard Graham to Sundance Saturday for the 4-H judging. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Butch and family were Sundance callers Sat- urday. Miss Emma Gall Butch went home with her teacher Friday night. THE SUNDANCE Stmd~nco, Wyo. Bones Buildl~ Phone 555 Belle Fourche, S. Dr. Oliver A. OI~rOMETRIST Belle Foureho Over Frey'a (Phone '/~0) Tuesday Through GIFTS. FOR THE You're off to a flying start with..' Samsonite Lu Pack away 7our troubles and take off in vacation style with Samsonite Luggage. You'll like its better- than-leather:miracle covering..."strong enough to stand on" construction... solid .brass streamlined locks ... rich, heavy- duty liningS... shock-absorber handles. 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