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Moorcroft Woman Named as VP of Republican Women A Mooreroft woman, Mrs. Joe Watt, was elected as one of the vice presidents of the Wyoming Federation of Republican Women during the group's recent meeting in Cody. Mrs. Roy Chamberlain of Lusk was re-elected president for a two year term. Other vice presidents are Mrs. Vida Armitage, Lander; Mrs. Fran- ces Clark, Pinedale; Mrs. Bobby White, Casper; and Mrs. Ada Dun- can, Buffalo. Mrs. Ruth Skeeters is secretary and Mrs. Claude McHale of Chey- enne is treasurer. Houston Creek (June 30) Mrs. Tom Patterson and son, Ronnie of Pittsburg, Pa. are vii. iting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice. Billie Rice, who has been in Spokane for the-past six months, arrived home Thursday of last week. He was met in Moorcroft by Bob Rice. The Rice family have visited Mr. Rice, who has been in the hospital in Belle Fourche for the past two weeks. Dick Cummings and sisters, Pauline and Darlene arrived home from Laramie June 1 and are spending the summer at the ranch. Kiser and Herman White were in Rapid City Saturday a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. Bushnell, Mrs. Kiser, Mr. White and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Willenbrecht of Osage were Sun- day dinner guests at the Kennedy home. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy were at the Charles Cummings home Monday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bowers and son of Broadus, Mont. visited at the Wyman Bushnell home Friday and remained overnight. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jolley, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Richards and family of Moorcroft were Monday guests at the Charles Chatfield home. Sharon Olson was a Friday overnight guest of Eva Chatfield and was a weekend guest at the OIson home. The Chatfield family were visitors at the Sam Rice home one evening during the week. Mr. and Mrs. FritZ Chatfield and Cheyrl attended church Sunday and were afternoon guests of Mrs. Marie Andersen. Larry Parker and Dick Strata of the University of Wyoming were guests at the Chat- field home several days during the week. The Chatfield families, .Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman, Dr. and Mrs. R. I. Port and the Snider family participated in the Ram- bouillet tour on Saturday. Mrs. Reuben Hindman and Mrs. Jerry Carr were hostesses to the Shamrock Homemaker's club at the Hindman home Tuesday of last week. Mrs. C. J. Toner and children Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun and left Wednesday to visit for two children were Sunday dinner guests weeks with her mother, Mrs. Katie at the Cummings home. Belyea, in Forsythe, Mont. Mrs. Floyd Bessey of Woodland, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Potter of Wash. arrived Saturday for a visit Klamath Falls, Ore. and Mrs. Mick with her daughter, Mrs. Ray Os- Potter of Torrington were visiting gard, and family. Gene Hindman friends and relatives in town over was a Friday caller at the Osgard the weekend. Mrs. Darrell Potter home. is the former June Wilson. Mr. Davidson, Livestock Herds- Irwin Roadifer arrived home man, and Mr. Bodkin, Livestock Sunday from Riverton, Wyo. where Specialist, from the University of he has been employed the past THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. June 20, 195'/ Serial W 052936 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, Otis Rey- nolds, whose Post Office address is Sundance, Wyoming, has made application for patent for the May Nos. 3, 4 and 10 and the Rex Plac- er Mining Claims in an unorganized mining district in Crook County, Wyoming, as follows: May No. 3 covering the west half of the northwest quarter of Section 25 and the east half of the northeast quarter of Section 26 in Township 54 North of Range 67 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, Crook County, Wyoming, containing 160 acres. May No. 4 covering the east half of the southeast quarter -and the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of Sec- tion 23 and the northwest quar- ter of the northeast quarter of Section 26 in Township 54 North of Range 67 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, Crook County, Wyoming, con- taining 160 acres. May No. 16 covering the east half of the northeast quarter of Section 23 and the west half of the northwest quarter of Section 24 in Township 54 North of Range 67 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, Crook County, Wyoming, containing 160 acres. Rex covering the west half of the southwest quarter of Sec- tion 13 and the east half of the southeast quarter of Sac- tion 14 in Township 54 North of Range 67 West, of the 6th Principal Meridian, Crook County, Wyoming, con- taining 160 acres. ed by law, they will be forever pursuance of the Act of barred by virtue of the provisions approved May 10, 1872, of the above mentioned Statute. holds, whose Post Office Dated this 13th day of June, is Sundance, Wyoming, A.D., 1957. Craig A. Decker, Manager June 20-27 July 4-11-18-25 Aug. 1-8- 15 Serial W 052934 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR UNITED STATES JPATENT Bureau of Land Management, Dis- trict Land Office, Cheyenne, Wyo- ming. Notice is t:ereby given that in pursuance of the Act of Congress approved May 10, 1872, Otis Rey- nolds, whose Post Office address is Sundance, Wyoming, has made application for patent for the May Nos. 1 and 10 Placer Minh~g Claims in an unorganized mining district in Crook County, Wyoming: as follows: May No. 1 covering the east half of the northeast quarter of Section 34 and the west half of the northwest quarter of Section 35 in Township 54 North of Range 67 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, Crook County, Wyoming, con- taining 160 acres. May No. 10 covering the south- east quarter of Section 34 in Township 54 North of Range 67 West of the 8th Principal Meridian, Crook County, Wyo- ming, containing 180 acres. Any and all persons claiming adversely to the said Otis Reynolds to said placer mining claims so above described and applied for, or any part thereof, are hereby notified that unless their claims are duly filed according to the Laws and Regulations thereunder with the Manager of the United States Land Office at Cheyenne, Wyoming, within the time provid- ed by law, they will be forever barred by virtue of the provisions of the above mentioned Statute. Dated this 13th day of June, A.D., 1957. Craig A. Decker, Wyoming spent several days last month. Any and all persons claiming Manager week at the E. B. Chatfield home. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dick and adversely to the said Otis Ray- June 20-27 July 4-11-18-25 Aug. 1-8 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engelhaupt and family attended a Dick family holds to said placer mining claims 15 children were Sunday guests at the reunion at the Henry Anderson so above described and applied for, Reuben Hindman home. Mr. and home in Spearfish Sunday. or any part thereof, are hereby Serial W 052935 Mrs. Hindman attended the Farm Don Ralston, new agriculture notified that unless their claims NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Bureau Banquet Saturday evening teacher at the high school arrived are duly filed according to the UNITED STATES PATENT at the parish hall in Sundance. Tuesday from Sheridan. Mrs. Ral- Laws and Regulations thereunder Bureau of Land Management, Dis- Carol Hindman attended Bible ston will join her husband later with the Manager of the United trict Land Office, Cheyenne, Wyo- school during the time it was in in the week. States Land Office at Cheyenne, ruing. session. Misses Hazel Roberts and Sunday guests at the Charles Wyoming, within the time provid- Notice is hereby given that in Joyee Babione were Tuesday eve- Donaldson home were their daugh- application for patent for No. 2 Placer Mining unorganized mining Crook County, Wyoming, lows: May No. 2 covering the half of the northwest and the north half southwest quarter of 26 in Township 54 Range 67 West of Principal Meridian, County, Wyoming, 160 acres. Any and all persons versely to the said Otis to said placer above described and or any part thereof, notified that unless are duly filed Laws and Regulations with the Manager of States Land Office at Wyoming, within the time ed by law, they will be barred by virtue of the of the above mentioned Dated this 13th day A.D., 1957. Craig A. Decker, Manager June 20-27 July 4-11-18-25 15 NEW @ ,the only BI ning dinner guests at the Hindman tar and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orvin B# home last week. Bennett and son of Newcastle. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gerwig of Mr. and Mrs. George Beagle vii- San Diego arrived Wednesday for ited in Gillette Sunday at the a visit with Mrs. Gerwig's mother, homes of Mrs. Beagle's mother, ( Mrs. John Schelldorf, and brother, Mrs. M. H. Swartz and Mr. Beagle's ,, Harold, and other relatives. Harold sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. and mother met them at the air- Jerry Davis. port in Spearfish. The Schelldorfs Lt. Col. and Mrs. Claude DeCory and their guests were Friday din- arrived Sunday from Washington, ner guests at the Al Schelldorf D. C. for a visit with Mrs. DeCory's home and were visitors at the Jack parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jansen. II's powered Sehelldorf home. Mr. and Mrs. The DeCorys are houseguests of lnest Quality I0 perform Art Sehelldorf visited at the Har- Mrs. DeCory's sister and family, FRE,~ H . . . . 37 lb. whe,eoth,, old Sehelldorf home Thursday eve- Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey during ning. their stay here. Lt. Col. DeCory f0il Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Snider of is with the Army Engineers. Trisco 3 lb. sack lipton moved their trailer to the Mrs. Alice Vines held a dinner . Richard Snider ranch during the Sunday honoring her grandson PAI~ :AKE . . . . . . RrMI week where they will spend the Ronald Vines, son of Mr. and Mrs. ilL: summer. Mrs. Clara Roark of Los Fred Vines of Gillette, who is Fire-, . Angeles came Friday for a visit leaving soon to serve 2% years 12 oz, can with her daughter, Mrs. Richard with werethe airforce in Germany. Pry- Frozen Orange Juice . . . . 19 Snider and family. Mr. and Mrs. sent Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pear- m,,rckandlse_.. _ Claude Baker and family and son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Grandma Moore of Sheridan and Allen and family and the Fred Calif. No. 1 White Mr. ahd Mrs. Vern Vondra of Jay Vines family of Gillette. I/ sole at m Em were weekend guests at the Mr. and Mrs. Bob McPherson PO'rAT) i . . . . 10 ,as. - 35 Snider home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter and family of Palouse, Wash. at- re,4uce.l..., nrr_ Thane of Buffalo, S. D. and Mr. rived Thursday for a visit with Gold Medal 50 lbs. and Mrs. Lyle Pauison of Bowman, Mrs. McPherson's parents, Mr. and N. D. were Saturday visitors. Mrs. Bill Blakeman and Mr. Me- F LC UF . . . . . . . . . The Houston Creek school held Pherson's sister and family, Mr. their picnic at Spearfish Park~ and Mrs. Tom Hooper. Mr. Me- We're now'.l Sunday a week ago. Most Of the Pherson and Rabble returnedl :E C[ a . . . . . V2 gal.- 65 neighbors were in attendance. Mrs. home Monday while Mrs. McPher- in theVWl'-"q Wilford Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. son, Jeffrie and Lisa remained to . Wyman Bushnell, Mrs. Margaret visit for two weeks. ~ lb, tub CHI!ESE . . . . . next to the office t Sunny Divide Hall l FOODT(] SUNDAN t Saturday, June 22 t ELECTRI t :Music by Junior Aurand 0rehestra Phone AT $: t unny Divide Farm Bureau ' Spearfish, S.D. Sundanee,