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May 31, 1956

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Moorcroft Boy, 7, Recovering After Rush Operation Edwin Erland, seven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland of Moorcroft, is recovering satisfac- torily from an emergency operation performed May 19 at the Gillette hospital. The boy was rushed to the hos- pital with a ruptured appendix. By Bonnie Everling Hi Homemakers and girls, Are you looking for a good way to raise money for your club? The 4-H'ers of the Carlile Wranglers club had a very successful box supper last week. Don't know for sure how much money they t'aised, but the proceeds will be used to pay members fees to 4-H Camp. You should have seen the fancy boxes those women fixed and I imagine the food on the inside was just as good. The members had a fine program of skits and musical numbers preceding the supper. I took the group on a trip to Ger- many and back via colored slides and a talk. A good time was had by all. You should have seen Joe Svoboda and Harvey Davis roast- ing shish kabobs at the Beaver Creek Homemakers Outdoor Cook- cry meeting last week. They real- ly thought that was great. And what's more they said they tasted real good. The meeting was very successful, thanks to the good com. mittee in charge. The Kay Dris- kills have a real fine outdoor kit- chen fixed up. Our Rural Life Sunday program was a huge success. Two hu~ndred and eighty-five people attended. Approximately ninety 4-H'ers par- ticipated in the presentation of the program. We want to commend all who participated and especially Jeff Vore who gave a very fine Sermonette. Jeff had some very good thoughts and an excellent pre- sentation. This week we will begin our 4-HI Home Economics Judging days.[ Our first one will be Friday, June 1st, at 1:00 p.m. in the Episcopal Parish Hall in Sundance. We are looking forward to a good group of girls and leaders to attend. Tuesday, June 5th several of our 4-H Junior Leaders and I will be going to Junior Leader's Camp in Douglas. This is an excellent op- portunity for the Junior leaders to get special training for their jobs of assisting the adult 4-H leaders. You will be hearing more about this next week. NOTICE OF TERMINATION OF AN ESTATi~ By THE ENTIRETY AND OF ESTATES BY JOINT TENANCY OF MARIE JESSEN AND J(~HN JESSEN. Notice is hereby given that Marie Jessen has filed her verified peti- tion in the District Court within and for the County of Crook, State of Wyoming, setting forth that Marie Jessen and John Jessen, were wife and husband, and owned an estate by the Entireties and joint Tenancies, in and to the fol- lowing described ProPerty located in Crook County, Wyoming: South half of the southeast quarter of section seventeen, the east half of the northeast quarter, the southeast quarter of Section twenty and the west half of the northwest quarter of Section twenty-one in Town- ship 50, North of Range 68 West of the 6th Principal Meri- dian, Wyoming, containing 400 acres, more or less, according to the government survey thereof; together with any and all improvements situate there- on or thereunto appertaining or belonging. Subject to all legal established highways. Southeast quarter of Section 19; southwest quarter of Sec- tion 20, All in Township 51 North of Range 68 West of the 6th P.M., Crook County, Wyoming, containing 320 acres, more or less, according to government survey, together with all improvements there- on. The grantor reserved unto herself and her assigns all of the oil and mineral rights on the Southwest quarter of Sec- tion 20 in Township 51 North of Range 68 West of the 6th P.M., Crook County, Wyoming. The grantor conveyed and war- ranted to the grantees, all of the oil and mineral rights on the southeast quarter of Sec- tion 19 in Township 51 North of Range 68 West of the 6th P.M., Crook County, Wyoming, The southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 19; southeast quarter of the southwest quarter, south half of the southeast quarter of Sec- tion 17; north half, east half of the southeast quarter of Section 20; west half, the west half of the east half of Section 21, all in Township 51 North of Range 68 West of the 6th P.M., Wyoming, con- taining 1040 acres, more or less, according to government survey, together with all im- provements thereon. The grantors reserved unto themselves all of the oil and mineral rights on the above described land. The Petitioner further s~tes that John Jessen died on or about the 26th day of April, 1955, and prays that a Decree of the Court be entered decreeing that upon the death of John Jessen, the Es- tate by the Entireties and Joint Tenancy terminated, and that the title to the above described proper- ty be vested solely in Marie Jessen, the surviving spouse. Notice is further given that the said Court has fixed the 11th day of June, 1956, at 10:00 o'clock A.M., in the forenoon of said day, at the Court room of said Court, in the Town of the City of Sun- dance, Crook County, Wyoming, or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, as the time and place for hearing of said Petition. Dated this 25th day of May, 1956. Preston T. McAvoy, Judge Thomas Morgan, Attorney for Petitioner May 31 and June 7, 1956 (May 31) The Beulah school held their school picnic in Spearfish park last Sunday. After lunch the teacher, school children and some of the parents enjoyed roller skating at the Eloc Arena. Mr. and Mrs. Den Baldwin from Lead, S. D. were supper guests at the Royal Mills home Wednesday evening. Robert and LeVern Kokesh from Belle Fourche were supper guests at the Gerald Blakeman home Thursday evening. LaVern plan- ned to accompany her aunt, Mrs. Charles Kokesh, to Denver this week. Robert will assist his father in farming on the ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meissner and daughter Jean were supper guests at the Bert Mathews home on Fri- day evening. Jean remained to visit her grandmother for a while. John Crag. is somewhat improv- ed after spending a few days in the hospital at Rapid City last week. Mrs. Frank Simons was hostess to a birthday party Friday after- noon, for her son Sulley. Those present were Mrs. R. B. Mills, Mrs. Junior Mills, Melody, Lore Lei, THE SUNDANCE Wyo. May Bunney and Lyric, Mrs. Eddy( na, Tommy and Randy, Mathews, Mrs. Leon Cathy and Randy, Mrs. Sperle and Junior, Mrs. mons and friend and Most everyone from thi~ munity having children in attended the Rural Life at Devils Tower May 27. Mr. and Mrs. Frank tended dedication serviCeS their new Baptist church i~ Fourche Sunday. Arthur Snyder returned Bremerton, Wash. last week he had been his and family. Ella longer visit. We are getting a good rai~ is badly needed in this Adding Machine Paper" Eyes Examined--GlasseS DR. T. X. ocrOS OPTOMETRIST Phone No. 300 J Over Montgomery ward As I have bought another business, I will sell at public auction all my personal prope. located one mile northwest of Beulah, 12 miles southeast of Aladdin and 20 northeast of Sundance on 11 4 Holstein Cows, Milking Now 9 Brown Swliss Cows, Milking Now 1 Brown Swiss Cow to Freshen Soon 1 Holstein, Yearl ing Heifer 4 Brown Swiss Heifer Calves 1 Holstein Cow to Freshen Soon 1 Brown Swiss Cow to beFresh by Date 0t Sale 1 Registered Brown Swiss Bull, 3-Year-Ol from the DaCarr Herd 5 Brown Swiss and Holstein-Cross Heifd Calves These Cows are Bangs and T. B. tested. Certificates will be furnished for each cow. ,, ..... (Two of These Cows were First Prize Brown Swiss Heifers at the Wyoming ,h, Fair.) AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This is one of the best herds of milk cows nor ' eastern Wyoming. SHEEP - 1 Ewe and 2 Lambs 1 Smooth Mouth Kid Horse 2 Dozen ChickeS 1949 SC Case Tractor; 1 Case Tractor and Farmhand with Hay Head and Ma UfJ Fork; 1 9-Foot Case Combine, Very Good; 1 h_ree-Bottom 14-Inch Internatio Plow; 1 John Deere 12-Foot Rod Weeder, I year old; 1 Manure Spreader; 1 " # | Massey-Harns Tandem DISC; 1 John Deere 10-Foot Tandem Disc, 1 M nneapo!lS .. Foot Power Mower; 1 10-Foot McCormick-Deering Hay Rake; 1 1945 Dodge 1 /2 Truck with Two-Speed Axle; 1 Rubber-Tired Wagon and Rack; 4 Wagons; 1 Fall Mill; 1 Letz Feed Grinder; 1 Surge Milker, Two Unit; 6 Cow Stanchions. Vise; Anvil; Post Dril!; Sickle Grinder; 14 Ten Gallon Cream Cans; Numerous SllI Tools; A Number of OiI Barrels; Some Feed Grain Consisting of Oats and BarleY;" Bushels of Alfalfa Seed; One 8-Can T-33 Milk Cooler; Some Household Goods. The Public is Invited to Bring Anything to This Sale They Wish to Sell. C. H. (BUD) VOSS, AUCTIONEER SUNDANCE STATE BANK,