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A prominent meat expert from the National Live Stock and Meat Board will conduct a meat dem- onstration in Newcastle on May 29 according to MrS. Russell French, Farm Bureau Women's Committee, Chairman for Crook County. The session will get under way at 10:00 a.m. at the Odd Fellows Hall in Newcastle. This is part of a state.wide meat educational program which is being taken into four Wyoming communities through the co-oper- ation of the Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation, county Farm Bureaus, and the Meat Board. William Rohichaud of Chicago will cover all phases of meat cutting and c~rving in the com- prehensive program. He is a specialist in his field and has given demonstrations before student, homemaker, agricultur- al, civic, an~ business audiences throughout the country. He is also widely known because of his frequent appearances on radio and television farm and home- maker programs. Robichaud is recognized na. tionally as an authority on meat cuts and has gained an outstand- ing reputation for his dexterity with the knife. Besides his tele. vision, radio and personal ap- pearances he has had charge of many of the educational meat exhibits which the Board dis- plays at fairs and livestock expo- sitions. Farm Bureau officials who will help with the program are: Mrs. Ben C. Kohrs, Chairman of the Wyoming Farm Bureau Women's Committee; Herbert Livingston, Northeast District Director for the WFBF; and John C. Clay, WFBF Executive Secretary. The general public is invited to attend this demonstration free- of-charge. Homemakers are particularly invited to attend so they might have a better understanding of the preparation, cutting and nu- tritional value of meats. The eggs of whitefish are small- er than trout eggs. About 912 could be placed in a one-ounce bottle. About 70 species of fish live in Wyoming waters. Fifty are natives to the state and about 20 have been introduced. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF WYOMING WITHIN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CROOK Albert R. Raudsep, also known as Albert Raudsep, Plaintiff, VS. The Peoples Bank. of Moorcroft, Wyoming; and The Citizens Nation- al Bank of Cheyenne, Wyoming, T. E. McClintock, Receiver, Defendants. PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS STATE OF WYOMING ) )SS. County of Crook ) TO: The Peoples Bank, whose last known address was Moorcroft, Wyoming; The Citizens National Bank of Cheyenne, Wyoming, T. E. McClintock, Receiver, whose last known address was Cheyenne, Wyo- ming, and successors in interest, whose names and addresses are unknown: You and each of you are hereby notified that Albert R. Raudsep, also known as Albert versely to the said Charlie A. Phil- time provided by law, they Raudsep, as Plaintiff has filed his lips and Harry E. Marchant to said forever barred by Petition and started suit against placer mining claim so above des- provisions of the above you and each of you in the District cribed and applied for, or any part Statute. Court of Crook County, Wyoming, thereof, are hereby notified that Dated this 3rd day the object and prayer of which suit unless their claims are duly filed 1957. is to quiet title in fee simple in the according to the Laws and Regula- Craig A. Decker, ~; Plaintiff as against the Defendants tEens thereunder with the Manager Manager in and to real estate described as follows, to-wit: Lots one, two, three, four, southeast quarter of the north- west quarter, east half of the southwest quarter of Section Seven in Township 51 North of Range 68 West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, C r o o k County, Wyoming, containing 258.60 acres, more or less; and to exclude you and each of you, and your successors in inter- est from any interest in said lands adverse to the title of the Plaintiff and his assigns, and you and each of you are required to answer said Petition on or before the 15th day of June, 1957, or judgment will be given as prayed for in Plaintiff's Petition. Dated this 3rd day of May, 1957. Marion Cure, Clerk of the District Court (Seal) Earl Dunlap, Attorney May 9, 16, 23, 30, 1957 of the United States Land Office at May 9-16-23-30, Cheyenne, Wyoming, within the July 4 June BUILD THE FIRE HAZARD OUTWlTH NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR UNITED STATES PATENT Bureau of Land Management, Dis- trict Land Office, Cheyenne, Wyo- ming. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the Act of Congress approved May 10, 1872, Charlie A. Phillips and Harry E. Marchant, whose Post Office addresses are Aladdin, Wyoming, have made ap- plication for patent for the Mar- chant Phillips No. 2 Placer Mining Claim in an unorganized mining district in Crook County, Wyoming, as follows: Marchant Phillips No. 2 cover- ing Lot 3 of Section 15 in Resurvey Township 56 North of Range 62 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, Crook County, Wyoming, containing 39.83 acres. 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