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Examinations In November State Board of has announced that semi-annual CPA ex- will be held Nov. 2, The examinations will Sheridan College, Sher- must be filed with Gamon, secretary of the Box 1253, Cheyenne not Oct. 1. (Sept. 6) Gus Frahm accompanied Wood and sons of Home- were Wednesday callers at the Leonard home. Mr. and Mrs. Snook and children were guests. Mrs. Snook at- Eastern Star Thursday Bob Rice and Mrs. were recent Belle and Spearfish visitors. stayed several night Amos Ewing during the while Mr. Ewing was White and Mrs. Mar- took Mrs. Wyman to the Jim Bowers ~t Broadus, Montana Sun- she will visit her son Mrs. Jim Habeck and at the Harvey Davis Wilson homes at Alva They were business Gillette Saturday and home called on Mr. and Martens in Upton. Kiser and Her- were guests at the Mr. and Mrs. Wilford 17th to observe birthday of Harold Mrs. Kennedy and Were in town Saturday. arrived home Germany where he stationed for the past months. Mr, and Mrs. of Laramie were mings home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Schelldorf and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Schelldorf were recent visitors to Harlod Schelldorf and mother. Mrs. Art Schelldorf and Mrs. John Schell- dorf were in Spearfish and had dinner at Margie's the preceding week. Mrs. John Schelldorf has been ill during the week and under the care of a physician. Mrs. Veach Bushnell attended church and visited at the home of her brother, Gene Hindman Sunday. Gone Hindman and Mr. Nairn were recent business visi- tors in the Four Corners area. Miss Eva Chatfield went to Douglas Monday for the state fair. She returned to the Joe Graham home on Kara Creek Thursday where she was an over- n~ht visitor. The Chas. Chat- field family were Sunday after- noon visitors at the Jack Wolf- skill home in Barlow canyon. Mrs. Leo Morris of Buffalo has been visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfield. Mr. Chatfield took her and her daughter Pat to their home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chatfield and their guests attend- ed the State Fair in Douglas Fri- day. E. B. Chatfield and son Fritz took Rams to Buffalo for the sale Tuesday. Fritz Chat- field continued on to Douglas for the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Guido Karrer of Denver were Friday supper guests at the Chatfield home. They are spending their vacation at the Tom Wolfskill home in Barlow Canyon. Mr. Lloyd Hutchins of Gordon, Nebraska, a student at Black Hills Teachers College and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Fall and family of Newcastle were recent visi- tors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Ewing. Mr. Ewing and Rol- and went to Douglas and Buffalo Tuesday and returned home Fri- day. Frank Warner and daugh- ter, Elva and Louis Lincoln were Sunday visitors at the Ewing home. Mrs. Clara Roark of Newcastle is visiting at the Richard Snider home. Mrs. Snider and children accompanied by their guest and guests at the Paul Cum- Mrs. Fritz Chatfield and Cheyrl t t SI)E:( :i A l.IEi; Lt4 Rough Lumber ...................................... Per M $55.00 It6 and wider Rough .................................... Per M $55.00 It8 and wider S4S or Shiplap .............. per M $65.03 i035"12-141/2 Field Fence .................. 20-rd. spool $13.95 Ill 12.14 Field Fence .......................... 20.rd. spool $11.45 . Tensile American Barb ................. 80-rd. spool $ 8.59 ll~t~ 5' U Steel Posts ............................ each 83c um Combination Windows ................. each $13.95 ~:~O~ay Insulation ........................ per 100 sq. ft. $ 4.80 ~Pert's O. S. White Paint ..................... per gal. $ 4.95 ~Pert's Red Barn Paint ..................... per gal. $ 2.95 ~tlV, 1~ Corr. Roofing ................... 28 ga. per sq. $12.30 PUL Insulation ......................... per bag $ 1.45 DISCONTINUED PAINTS Interior and Exterior Discount Herman Rlpperger, Manager 1140 or 1141 Belle Fourche, S. D. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 15, 1960 attended church Sunday. Mrs. Marie Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Chatfield, Curt McCullough and Leonard McKiney of Moor- croft, Glenn Brown and Eddie Johnson of Spearfish were recent visitors att he Snider home. Rich- ard Snider attended the Ram sales in Buffalo, Douglas and Cas- per during the past week. Mr. John Reed opened the Snider school on the 29th with nine pu- pils. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vaughn of Rapid City were Sunday visitors dt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Carson and Com. Jim Habeck and Mrs. Mamie McAnaUy were Monday callers. dance, Wyoming, on or before six months after September 1, 1960, the date of first publication of this notice, and if such claims are not so filed or exhibited they will be forever barred. Done this 29th day of August, 1960. Ruby H. Vore, Administratrix Gladstone & Macy, Attorneys Sept. 1, 8, 15. IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT The State of Wyoming, ) )ss. County of Crook ) In the Matter of the Estate of V. FRANK SEMLEK, Deceased. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OF TIME APPOINTED FOR PROVING WILL, ETC To all persons interested in said Estate; Notice is hereby giv- en, that Monday, the 10th day of October, 1960, at 10:00 o'clock, A. M., of said day, at the Court Room of said Court, in the County of Crook has been ap- pointed as the time and place for proving the Will of said V. Frank Semlek deceased and for hearing the application of Wil- liam A. Semlek for the issuance to him of Letters Testamentary when and where any person in- terested may appear and contest the same. Dated this 31st day of August, 1960. Marion Cure, Clerk Gladstone and Macy, Attorneys Sept. 1-8-15-22. IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT State of Wyoming ) )ss. County of Crook ) In the Matter of the Estate of Harry L. Vore, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration were, on the 25th day of August, 1960, granted to the undersigned ad- ministratrix by the above en- titled court in the above estate, and that all persons having claims against said estate are required to file them with the necessary vouchers in the office of the Clerk of the above court, or to exhibit them with the nec- essary vouchers to Gladstone & Macy, attorneys for the admin. istratrix, at their office in Sun- W. F. 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