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Held a Griffith rites for Alma Griffith, residerLt of the Carlile held Aug. 15 at the Community Church with Rev. Robert Burial was in Cemetery. 85, died Aug. 14 Memorial in Gillette. M. Griffith was born 1888 in Oshkosh, Wis., Ernesfine Lestin. oldest daughter, she v~th her parents to ;. D. where at an early working. She and remained in Groton moved to Can- 7, 1907, she married Griffith in Aberdeen, Where they lived while working for the rail- 1909 when they moved and started a home- of Moorcroft. for two years when in Saskatchewan, Can- remained on the ranch. 1953 when her husband up residence in daughter lived. a member of the Lu- in Groton. Dur- she did handi- embroidery and are: one son, Lyle, two daughters, June McDaniel, Upton, and Charlotte Atldnson, HuleXt; one daughter- in-law, Juanita Griffith; two sons-in-law, Bob McDaniel and Lloyd Afldnson; five grandchil- ~en, Otis Griffith and wife Linda, Carol Lea Dewey and husband Bill, June Pollock and hesband Dave, Sandra Griffith and Robert Atkinson; three gre~t-grandchildren, Mark and John Griffith and Shayla Dewey; and five nephews, John, Ernie, Richm'd, Edward, and James Law, all of Canada. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, five broth- ers, one sister and two nephews. Nephews who attended were Mr. and Mrs. John Law, Beechy, Saskatchewan; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Law and daughter Kelly, Quesnel, British Columbia, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Law, Consul, Sas- katchewan. Pallbearers were Otis Griffith, Bill Dewey, Larry Dewey, Dave Pollock, Robert Atldnson and Ed Rose. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wood ac- companied by Mary Wood sang "How Great Thou Art" and "Beyond the Sunset." Piano renditions were by Mrs. Smoot. CARD OF THANKS The Kara Mountain Kids 4-H Club would like to thank every- one who purchased a ticket on the fat lamb we raffled off. It was won by Duffy Buresh of Sundance. Sundaaee, Wyo. Aug. 22, 1974 ................................ 3 Ibs. - $3.29 COFFEE ..................................... 1 lb.- $1.19 Sugar Sweetened, Makes 1 Gallon MIX ............................................ 49 L DESSERT CAKE ............................ 79 TOWELS .................................. -59 POP .................................. 7 for $1.IX) 18 Oz BUTTER .......................................... 79 ................ - ......................... $1.o9 t Lives 6 Oz. EGG CAT FOOD .................. 6 for $1.00 AIRWICK _ ......................................... 59 ........ - ........ : ........ - .................................... 75 Krisp Save 41 BROWNIES ...................... 8 for 79 BLACK TEABAGS ............ '_ ................. -_'_99 10 3/4 Oz. NOODLE SOUP ..................... 4 for 89 STEAK ................................... lb. $1.59 Italian Washington PRUNE PLUMS 12 lb. Lug - $2.35 lb. 23 CALIFORNIA BARTLETT PEARS 14 lb. Box - $2.79 lb. 23 :) CUKES ............................ each 10 Prices Good Aug. 22-23-24 NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED FOR PROVING WILL An instnxment purporting to be an authentica,ted copy of the Last Will and Testament of Ada Kru- ger, a/k/a Ada Mae Kruger, hav- lug been filed in the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, togeth~ with the Petition of Hen- ry G. Kruger praying that he be appointed Executor thereof, and that said Will be admitted to probate; Notice. is hereby given that heaving upo~ the said, Petition will be had before the Judge of the District Court, in the Court- room, in the Courthouse, at Sun- dance, Crook County, Wyoming, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon on August 30, 1974, at which time all persons interested may appear and be heard and contest the same if .they so de- sire. Dated August 8, 1974 Clerk District Court Marion Cure (SEAL) Jones & Dumbrill, Attys. Publish: Aug. 8-15-22-29, 1974. THANK YOU The Crook county 4 H and FFA members who sold livestock at the fat beef and lamb sale wish to thank the individuals and merchants who bid on and purchased their live stock at the Crook County Fair. Owner Buyer Weight Price Total per cwt: STEERS: Average $52.70 1. Toni art Sundance State Bank 940 100.00 940.00 2. Doug Watson Sundance State Bank 1095 85.00 930.75 3. Marilyn Canfield Ben Franklin-Sparrow Bakery Spearfish 1030 80.00 824.00 4. Judi Canfield Dr. Gil Vondriska, NHF Ranch 990 56.00 554.40 5. Tina Bunney 1st Nat'l Bank of the Black Hills, Belle Fourche 890 70.00 623.00 6. Jim Lamb David Reynolds & Max Evans 1125 56.00 630.00 7. Julie Bunney Farmers-Ranchers Elevator, Belle Fourche 1035 57.50 589.37 8. Susan Canfield Peterson Gas Co. 860 58.50 503.10 10. Gary Nebelsick Durfee's & Dillon's Hdwe. 965 70.00 675.50 10. aGry Nebelsick Pollard Herefords 1090 72.00 784.80 11. Sandra Hejde Sundance Auto Mart 970 55.00 533.50 12: Lisa art Tracy Motor Co. 990 57.50 569.25 13. Colleen Necklason Reed Henschel - Frank Simons 1155 52.00 566.80 14. Mark Lanning Marvin Snook 845 51.00 430.95 15. David Canfield R-C Oil Co. 1015 52.00 527.80 16. Dee Lynn Bunney 1st Nat'l Bank of BIk Hills 1070 55.00 588.50 17. Larry Nebelsick E. Nebelsick - Empire Ranch 970 65.00 630.50 18. Chuckle Pollard Pollard Herefords 900 60:00 540.00 19. Cindy Canfield Dean Bush 900 50.00 450.00 20. Ronda Watson Sundance State Bank 1095 62.50 684.38 21. Karin Flasted 1st Nat'l Bank of BIk Hills 910 55.00 500.50 22. pameLao.F]asted J st Nat