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May 23, 1957

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(:re( THE SUNDANCE TIMES Personal Items spent Sunday to Thursday visiting having claims against y Sundance, Wyo. May 23, 1957 her father-in-law, Mr. Charles are required to file John and Bill Blakeman fished Creamer at Alzada, Mont. necessary vouchers, in r~t HitsOil Meanwhile, True Oil Co. report-in the Belle Fourche River near tof the Clerk of theexhibitthem with ed completion data for the original Carlile Sunday. While their hus- IN DISTRICT COURT vouchers to Scotty R o e y of 1,615 feet of black Minnelusa discovery well with the bands fished, Mesdames John and SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT torney for the adm gassy oil at Texas Co.'s No. 1 Ste- new pay opener finaled at 672 Bill Blakeman drove to Pine Ridge STATE OF WYOMING ~ his office in Sundance, venson in the Donkey Creek oil barrels of oil per day through cemetery near Oshoto where they ss on or before six months field in Crook county marked a three-quarter inch choke, tended to graves. COUNTY OF CROOK ) ' 23, 1957, the date of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Heppner week in which exploration drilling of Hot Springs were Sunday guestsNOTICE TO CREDITORS tion of this notice, and increased sharply in the state. The Crook county new pay con- li. _ elrlrlng The firmation in the Minnelusa forma- tion came on drillstem test about New 3-4 mile south-southeast of the field's Minnelusa discovery. Topping the formation at 7,840 feet from Kellybushing elevation of 4,504 feet, Texas Co. cut a core from 7,842 to 7,900 feet recovering 24 feet stained and saturated sand, 19 feet fractured dolomite, bleed- ing oil and 15 feet of well saturat- ed sand with good porosity. Drillstem test trom the interval Times L. F. Redding, New Haven Charles Cubbison, Denver, Colo. Sam Snell, Hulett H. R. Barbour, Hulett Renewals Ira E. Russell, Spearfish, S. D. Clyde Felton, Denver, Colo. E. J. Miller, Irvington, Calif. Harold Schelldorf, Sundance Alfred Nilson, Alva Frank Vasey, Hulett 7,832 - 7,900 feet returned the Ulric Hawken, Sundance water blanket and the 1,615 feet Mrs. Minnie Berger, Oshoto of oil in one hour. Rocky Mt. Oil & Gas Assn., Casper of Mrs. Heppner's sister and fam- In the Matter of the Estate of claims are not so filed or ily, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dudrey. GLEN R. BUSH, also known as they wilt be forever Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Durfee wereG.R. BUSH, Deceased. Dated this 18th day of l~ff, Sunday dinner guests at the home Notice is hereby given that Let- of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murphy in ters of Administration were, on the R.A. Bush , Hulett. Also guests at the Murphy 13th day of May, 1957, granted to Glen T. Bush home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill War- the unders~;gned co-administrators Administrators ing and family of Belle Fourche. by the abov~ entitled court in the Scotty Gladstone, Attorney Mrs. Roger Creamer and Marilyn above estate, and that all persons May 23, 30; June 6 for full.time protection DON'S Super Service COXOCO Phone'AT. 3-1634 an-season U I 000 cq 0, / Get that J *TCP plas Conoco '405'-the discovery' that adds oil-plating action to the proved power benefits of TCPt feeling today! O 1957, Continental Oil Company' tTrademark owned and patent appU~-for by Shell Oil Co~1~'