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HOUSE REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP and top Republicans on House Interior Committee lunched recently with former Cong. William Henry Harrison, Republican candidate for Congress, and Wyo. Republican State Chairman John Wold. Shown here are: seated II to r) Rap. E. Y. Berry, S.D.; House Republican leader Charles Halleck; Harrison; Cong. WII- Ham Miller of N.Y., Chairman of Republican Congressional Campaign Committee. Standing II to r) Cong. William Springer ef Ill.; John Wold, Wya. Republican Chairman; Rap. Kelth Thomson, western representative on Republican Policy Commit- lee; John Saylart Republican chairman of House Interior Committee; and Rap. J. Ernest Wharton~ N.Y. SOCIETY by Norms Bornd Telephone AT 3-1891 If you have news for rids column or personal item you would llke to have publlshed, please TELEPHONE Norma Bemd, AT $.189L I I Rebeludw Convene Tl~urmhy Evening Inspection of the new range re. cently installed in the IOOF hall kitchen was included in the busi. ness meeting of Wi Wacippi Pa- ha Rebekah lodge held Monday evening with twenty ladies pre- sent, The Assembly Journal was re. calved and several pages were read by District Deputy Presi- dent Mrs. Anna Wood. Mrs. De- los Plato gave a report on the re- lief program which is sponsored by the lodges and Assembly. Lunch was served by a commit- tee headed by Mrs. V. R. Taylor. Appointed to the lunch commia- tee for the next meeting were Mrs. L. O. Traey, Mrs. Kenneth Weaver and Mrs. Reuben Hind- man, Xi Mu BSP Sorority Chapter Meets In W. E. Mathews ,Home Members of Xi Mu chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority held their first business meeting of the season in the ranch home of Mrs. W. E. Mathews Monday eve- ning. The next meeting September 26th will be a social meeting with Mrs. Leonard Snook hostess. Mrs. Alan Roberts Hostess For Kappa Meet Mrs. Alan Roberts was hostess for the regular meeting of Kap- pa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority held Monday evening in her home. Following the business session, two programs entitled "Introduc- tions and Invitations" and "Your Day Socially" were presented by Mr~ Glen Wyatt and Mrs. Jack Schelldorf respectively. The next meeting of the chapter will be a "Backwards" party for the rush- ees to be held in the Jack Schell- doff home. Xi Thetis Hear IFYE From Irma Ten were present for the first of the season meeting of Xi The. ta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority held Monday evening in the home of Mrs. Cecil Hughes. The program for the evening was given for Mrs. Warren Fer- rell by Abbas Mokhtari, IFYE from Iron who showed slides and talked on his country. The pro- gram books "Written In Our Hearts" were distributed and Mrs. Glenn Wilkinson was ac- cepted as a transfer from Raw- linE. $25 was donated for the sum- mer upkeep of city park and $25 to the summer recreation pro- gram. The next meeting will be held September 26th in the My- ron Goodson home. BIRTHDAYS Mrs. Rex Dillon Mrs. Rex Dillon was pleasantly surprised Thursday, September 8th when a group of ladies gath- ered at her home with gifts and refreshments to celebrate her bir~day with her. Present were Mesdames Bud Miller, Wilford Collins, A. B. Durfee, Lyle Fall, Leigh Hapton- stall, B. E. Trotter, Harold Nel- son, Harold Bernd, the honoree and Misses Nelda and Peggy Dil- lon. Mrs. Andy Clark The birthday of Mrs. Andy Clark was the occasion of a sur. prise birthday supper held in the Clark home Saturday evening. The supper and gifts were brought by the guests and the evening spent playing court whist with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Clark winning the prize for high and Leslie Jones and Edwin Jones for low. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Dick Proctor, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- win Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sa- Sept. 12 Frank and Oma Petersen at. tended church in Spearfish Sun- day. Kins/ey and Mae Boice were afternoon callers and had supper with them. Mr. and Mrs. John Gorhart and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Petersen attended church in Spearfish then had dinner at the Valley Care. The Peter- sens were dinner guests at the Clockson home in Spearfish last Sunday. The Petersens and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pease were busi. ness callers in Moorcroft Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Snook and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Ran Watson and Doug charivaried Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kokesh Saturday night. Mrs. Louise Kokesh is in the hospital at Spearfish. We wish her a speedy recovery. Roy Ekwall was honored on his birthday with a party given by his wife. The evening was spent visiting and viewing mov- ies. Refreshments were served to Mr. and Mrs. Emory George, Mrs. Minnie Ealy, Mr. and Mrs. THE SUNDANCE Mural. Ealy, Butch and ShirleySundance, Wyo. Sept. and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Niles, ~--'-'-',,_~ Julia and Jimmy. Roy Ekwall's visited Mr. and relatives from Sheridan were, Miller. The Millers went t =~- here visiting over the weekend, sale at Sturgis WednesdaY,,~ The group toured the Hills Sun- visited Mrs. Bush in ~'~" day. Fourche. Mr. and Mrs. Kinsley Boice and "" Pearl Durrett were Sunday din- k k nor guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emory L~ e Co0 George. They all visited Mr. and Sept. 12 . ~fs- Mrs. Charles Dirks spen~ MrS.ternoon.Chuck Williams in the af- day in Sundance at Mrs. v~. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bogue, Cases home, going over rn~ Anna and Howard were Sunday dance with Mr and Mrs..~'.~ dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Case and children. All enjOY~ Harry Reynolds. Mrs. Bogue dinner at the Elkhorn Care- ~t~ Charles Dirks, Jr. sP. ~r~, is Mrs. Reynolds sis!or. They . en~ " all called on Merle t~lingan in weekend at home with his zu,--. the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Har- Chas. Dirkses. ck ~1 ry Reynolds visited ffouston Mr. and Mrs Albert ShU Z~ Stanton in Spearfish one day children Ronda and Dofe~.,l~ last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry . ar~" Saturday mght wRh his P':#~ Engelhaupt were dinner guests the Willie Shucks ef spe~"~, one day during the week. A bab~, girl was born to ~ Mr. and Mrs. Pete Peters and and Mrs. Albert Shuck SeP$'~e children and Norma Livingston at John Burns hospital ~l. and Doug went to Rapid City weigbed 8 lbs., and 1 o~ Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bink was named Doreen KaY. S.,,~ Nussbaum and girl, Mrs. Elaine Idolo Ciachino went to .~j! CIark, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin fish Sunday to get his caL..~l$ Snook and boys and Mr. and he had left at the Chev~'~ Mrs. Harry Reynolds had supper garage for repairs. . ffn~ at Petera's Sunday evening. .. Ray Hook stepped .at .~ Mr. and Mrs. John Miller took IJirkses Sept. 15 ozi h~ ;r~' Beverly to Laramie Friday where work in the Peaks. ] _ she will attend college. They Dirkses a nice box of pl~' NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY FOR 1959 DELINQUENT TAXES Sept. 1, 1960 j STATE OF WYOMING ) )ss. COUNTY OF CROOK ) ~ Notice is hereby given that I, Paul Yeoman, Cot~tY,.~ urer, will on the 30th day of Sept., 1960 at the court house ~m dance, Crook County, Wyo., offer for sale the following a-e~:~.. real estate for taxes due and unpaid. Said sale will take piS~,~ between the hours 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. and will continue fro~ ~'~ day, Sunday excepted until all land has been sold. ~.. EVERETT C. GLOSHEN, Mercer, Missouri, ENW~A, I~ WNE~ Sec. 24, Twp. 49; Range 66 ------ PERCY HUCKINS, Hulett, Wyo., NEV4SWV4, lot 6, W~ ~i lot 5 Sec. 11, Twp. 54; Range 65 OTIS . BREEDEN, Carpenter, Wyo., NWY4 Sec. 26, T~ ~ 49; Range 66 __~ CITY OF MOORCROFT LELAND AND NELLIE LACEY, Moorcrofl, Wyo. - Moor- croft Fourth Add. Lot II; Block 6 _-------" WILBUR E. AND LUCILLE THOMPSON, Moorcroft, Wyo" Moorcroft Seventh Add. Lot 1; Block 1 ._------~ ~ CITY OF HULETT HENRY E. AND LOLA NELLIE PAGE, Hulett, Wyo., HuI" ett - Tract in SW~NW4 Sec. 7, Twp. 54; Range 64, described in Book 107 - Page 519 .............................. F. W. REES, Hulett, Wyo., Hulett. Powell Add. Lot 2; Block 2 ................................................ J WITNESS MY HAND THE DAY A~ Y-~R ABoV~ TEN. PAUL~I Crook County i~: September 1~-15. ger and Mr. and Mrs. Milton GraYdE-~' In further celebration of Mrs.~l| Clark's birthday Sunday, the~ ft Clarks, Edwin and Leslie Jones-~ es and Milton Grays drove through the Black Hills and pic- nicked at Pactola Dam. ~I Gone Ewing Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Popnam were hosts at a supper held in their home Sunday evening in honor of Gene Ewing of Devils Tower on his birthday. Covers were laid for Mr. and , Mrs. Gene Ewing and sons, Mr. On sale here, will help you keep the accounts and Mrs. Henry Page and Robin, necessary for income tax purposes. It is simple Mrs. Maurice Classick, Judy and Maureen Frank, Joe Aherle and to keep yet provides the record required by the Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Popham and federal government. family. After supper, several of See if you, too, can't reduce the amount of in. come taxes paid each year. the group attended the movie. Bonnie Kipp Mrs. Gene Kipp held a party for her daughter Bonnie on her fifth birthday Monday in their home. The children were picked up after kindergarten and served lunch by Mrs. Kipp. Celebrating with Bonnie were Criss Gay Williams, Susie Waugh, Ardith Clark, Marilyn Schell- doff and Dabble Lamb. An unusual item on the diet of the fur seal is stones. Seals have been found with rocks as large as hen's eggs and weighing as much as three pounds in their stomachs.