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Sto!tz, Beulah Bea-junior champion stallion. exhibits Trigger, tiller Aug. 15 Mrs. Bill Habeck and Sunday afternoon, the Reno Lytle home. they visited Walt- *Mr. and Mrs. Herb . Bill Habeck called Lanning home in and the Lan- her to Belle they visited Miss in the hospital. helped with thresh- and Walter week. Mr. and and Philip hell> le fair booth in Sun- evening and the Farm Bureau evening before at- style revue. Mrs. Bill Philip attended the and Bill accompan- the fair Saturday. ~helped with the at the rodeo. Mr. Habeck and Philip and Mrs. Ned Lanning home in Spearfish Sat- the fair and were of Lanning's. Mrs. Herman White the Black Hills and visited the zoo and Custer Park. Mr. White and Dan- White attended the and Saturday. Ern- his lodge meeting in evening and the in Upton Saturday Mrs. Neal Garman Thursday till Sat- last week in Cody. Mrs. Carl stayed at the with the child- and Mrs. Neal Gsiznan were business callers and Belle Fourche Neal Garman visited in the Spearfish evening. John was accident Wednesday. family attended and rodeo Saturday and Mrs. Reno Lytle and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell guests at the home Sunday, a barbecue supper. and Becky Roberts guests at the home in Sun- lay evening. Norman Lytle stayed at the in Sundance dur- air . The Lytle child- Roberts attended ance at the school Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Reno Mr. and Mrs. Lowell attended the fair Mr. and Mrs.* Lowell left Friday morning home in Covina, Calif., relatives a month. Reno Ly~le kept in Spearfish Rathbun attended judging in Sun- Chesney Rathbun trip to Sundance Paul Myers and Gel'- were suvper guests Rathbun home Mrs. Roger Rathbun, Randy attended the forenoon and the family attended revue in the even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rath- bun and family and Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Rathbun attended the fair and barbecue Saturday. Jody and Todd Beagle are visiting at the Roger Rathbun home a few days. Reno Lytle and Ruth call- ed at the Rathbun ranch Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Joe Voss, Lead, were Sunday dinner guests at the Joe Engelhaupt home Aug. 7. Dick Engelhaupt combined grain for Joe during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engelhaupt and family attended the fair Satur- day and transacted business in Spearfish and Belle Fourche. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Schoepp shopped in Belle Fourche Fri- day and Darrell Bousa made a business trip to Sundance Friday. Floyd Carr called at the Leo Rail ,home Sunday forenoon, Aug. 7. Leo Rail called at the Rath- bun ranch Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rail attended the fair Saturday and were dinner and supper guests at the Ralph Little home in Sundance. Floyd and Rex Carr were luncheon guests at the Leo Rail home Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Minnich were in Newcastle Monday where tIerb consulted a Dr. Cash Min- nich and Penn Smith helped haul hay for Herb Minnich during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Penn Smith called at the Herb Minnich home Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Penn Smith trans- acted business in Sundance and Belle Fourche Tuesday and at- tended the fair Friday and Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kirkpatrick, Spearfish, Lynn Barnes and Linda and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nichol- son were supper guests at the Denny Nicholson home Sunday, Aug. 7. Walter and Denny Nich- cleon attended the Belle Fourche sale Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nicholson and Mr. and Mrs. Denny Nicholsen and fam- ily made a business trip to Sun- dance Wednesday. Lois Barnes was an overnight guest of Leala Nicholson Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Nicholson and family attended the rodeo Sunday and Mrs. Nicholson and children at- tended the fair and parade Sat- urday. inson Horse e Results of the Crook County Fair Horse Show held Friday: Overall show champion horse, overall champion performance horse, champion FFA gelding, junior champion gelding - Rex ell Colt 45, owned and shown by Doug Robinson of Whitcomb Chapter of FFA, Moorcroft. Reserve champion FFA gelding Buckhide, registered quarter. horse owned by Doug Robinson. Champion 4:H gelding, junior reserve gelding - Stranger, half. Arabian, owned and shown by Bruce Connall~, Kara Kats 4-H, Sundance. Connaily was also the champion junior showman. Champion 4-H mare, junior champion mare, overall reserve show champion - Cheeta, Pale- mine, owned and shown by Sus. an Lantz, Bear Lodge 4-H, Reserve champion 4-H mare, re- serve junior champion mare, re- serve champion performance horse - Nifty, half-Arabian mare, owned and shown by Dallas Roll Kara Kate 4-H. Champion FFA mare -- Nellie Bell, owned by Drew Hutchinson, Bear Lodge FFA chapter. Reserve champion FFA mare - Sam's Girls, quarterhorse owned by Marland Jesperson, Moorcroft FFA. Reserve Champion senior show- man --- Judy Schloredt, Sundance and her horse, Miss Lady. Reserve champion junior show- man --- Donna Carnegie, Sun- dance, with her quarterhorse mare, Regret. Junior champion stallion -- Trigger, owned by Christine Stoltz. Beulah Beaver 4-H Club. Junior reserve champion, re- serve champion 4-H stallion Wrangler Imp, registered quarter- horse, owned by Linda Simons, Beulah Beavers 4-H. Champion FFA stallion - Little Major owned by Drew Hutchin- son. Reserve champion open class horse - Sage Acres Four Mile, owned by Ray and Edna Robinsons, Oshoto. Seventy-nine horses were en- tered in 100 competitions in 11 performances. PCA Man To Be Here Weekly The Wyoming Production Credit Association will have a representative in Sundance once a week in the future, it was re. ported this week by Joe Napier, Gillette, director of the Wyo- ming PCA. Kenneth Serres will have of- fice hours from 9 a.m. unitl noon Tuesday mornings in Richard Macy's law office. The Wyoming PCA is one of approximately 480 in the nation. Purpose o~ the organization is to make short-term operating loans to ranchers and farmers. Napier says the association is owned en- tirely by rancher-farmer stock- holders. It was charted in 1934 by the federal government. Carlile Wranglers Make Annual Tour The Carlile Wranglers held their annual 4-H tour Aug. 2, with Virginia Ramsey as guest. Warren Ferrell was unable to at- tend. The tour started at Er. rett Haptonstall's where the club viewed Sam Haptonstall's garden, dairy, and leathercraft projects. He also gave a demonstration, "How to Put a Snap on Belts." The girls in the sewing group practiced for the style revue. Our next stop was the Elbert Zimmerschied ranch. Clint Zimmerschied showed his horse, Sheba. He also gave a demon- stration, "Trimming a Horse for Show." Carol showed the shell she had knitted. At the David Roberts home, Gene Roberts showed his Black Angus Heifer. Becky Roberts gave a demonstra- tion, "Cooking Safety Rules." At the Reno Lytle home Ruth showed the skirt and apron and menus she had prepared for the fair. She gave a demonstration on "Cooking Terms." Dennis and Norman showed their leather- craft work. Dennis Lytle gave a demonstration '~How to Make a Study Lamp of Cedar". frhe tour ended at Keyhole Dam with an evening picnic and swimming. A short business meeting was held and club mere- bers planned a float for the Fair~. Fred Zimmerschied headed the committee. Members will meet at the David Roberts home Sept. 9 and bring their record books. Mrs. Roger Brunson and son Ricky and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS TO: Wynn Hooper, Box 31, Para- dise, California, Helen Hartman, 224 Ave. "D", Billings, Montana, William Hawken, Paaulio, Hawaii, Prudence Norris, 4159 Whittier, San Diego, California, Doris Soot- er, 3510 Alcott, San Diego, Calif- ornia, Lyla Rush, 3554 let Ave., San Diego, California; the un- known heirs, devisees and lega- tees of William M. Baird ,Ada Baird, Sewell H. Butlard, also known as Sewall H. Bullard, Gor- don Durkee, Charles Durkee, Ben- jamin F. Fowler, Jr., also known as Benjamin F. Fowler, B. F. Fow- ler, Jr. and as B. F. Fowler, Car- rie E. Fowler, Carrie G. Hawken, To~n--Hooper, Matilda Hooper, Leslie Hooper, Albert Hoge, Soph- ia E. Hoge, Ruth Kimsey, F. C. Thomason, George Shawler, Mort. imer H. Williams, James Ryan and A. R. Ridgely, each of whom is deceased; and the unknown successors, trustees and assigns of The Sundance Townsite Co., a defunct corporation. You, and each of you, are here- by notified that a complaint has been filed in the Sixth Judicial District Court in and for Crook County, W~,oming, at Sundance, Wyoming, by Herbert C. Hutchins as plaintiff, naming you, and each of you, as dfandaRts, the object and prayer of which is to compel you, and each of you, to show your respective interest in and to the following described tract of land, to-wit: A tract of land in the Third Addition to the Town of Sun- dance, Crook County, Wyo- ming, more particularly des- cribed as follows: Commenc- ing at the southeast corner of Block 39, Third Addition to *he Town of Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, thence in a northerly direction along the east boundary *line of said Block 39 to the north east corner thereof, thence at a right angle to the east boundary line of the SW~/4 SW of Section 13, Town- ship 51 North, Range 63 West of the 6th P. M. Crook County, Wyoming, thence south along said east boundary line a distance of 300 feet, thence at a right angle to said southeast cor- ner of said Block 39, the point of beginning, that the same may be adjudged null and void and that said plain- tiff be adjudged and decreed to be the absolute owner in fee sim- ple of all of said tract of land, and that the title of said plain- tiff be forever quieted against you, and each of you, and that each of you be excluded from any interest therein. You are further notified that unless you answer said complaint on or be~fore the 10th day of Oct. ober, 1966, the said complaint will be taken as ,true and judg- ment by default rendered in ac- cordance with the prayer there- of. Dated this 12th day of, August, 1966. /s/ Marion Cure Clerk of Court (SEAL) Richard J. Macy, Attorney Aug. 18, 25; Sept. 1, 8 1966. I_ vml _ _ _ W. F. Newland Established 1885 Founder James I. Newlend Manager m GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY PRICED NEWLAND & SON COLONY, WYOMING Brunson shopped in Rapid City, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Nicholson and children were Sunday everi- ing callers in the George Richards home. Monuments & Markers I All kinds end sizes. Price| ] right, quality unexcelled. We | | set them for you, no extre/ I charge. Call collect or wrltej for appointment in your home. j J FRED BLAKEMAN L Moorcroft, Wyo. J rI The sundance Continuing 1 ~e Crook County News NATIONAL NEWSPAPER An Independent Newspaper Published Every Thursday by The Times Publishing Co. The Times is legal newspaper for ell publications. John E. Lindsey, Publisher Charlotte L. Linclsey, Circulation Manager Howard Alien, News Editor" Subscription Rates: To P.O. address in Wyoming, and Butte Lewrence and Cart- er Counties, $4.00 per year. To P.O. address outside Wyo- ming $4.50 per year. m Entered at the postafflee at Sundance, Wy' ming, as second ch~ medea" trader the act of M~rvh 3, 1879. k DR. J. 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