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Among Methodist Folks A pot luck fellowship dinner and board meeting was held in the church basement Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. The Rev. Clyde J. Keegan held the first quarterly conference of the church Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. The finance commission met Monday at the Dillavou home to draft a letter to the church mem- bership. The Mary and Martha Circle met Tuesday for their regular meeting in the church basement. Mrs. Tracy was hostess to the Ruth and Naomi Circle Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. The choir practices Tuesday at 7 p.m. The M. Y. F. meets Sunday at 6:30 p.m. The Junior Choir meets Friday at 7 p.m. Sunday school every Sunday at 9:45 a.m. Morning worship every Sunday at 11 a.m. You will find a hearty welcome at any or all of these church groups and services. The church base- ment may be used by any com- munity group having the pastor's approval. The pastor is always glad to serve you. Houston Creek Mrs. Edith Thompson, Mrs. Mar- ty Osgard and daughter were call- ers at the Wyman Bushnell home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Roy Kiser spent Saturday and Sunday visit- ing her mother. Mr. Kiser is help- ing with farm operations at the Bushnell ranches. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Osgard of Ranchester, parents of Ray Osgard and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Osgard, of Minot, N. D., aunt and uncle were visitors at the Ray Osgard home over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Malty Osgard and children were Sunday visitors for a picnic din- ner. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cronn NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER Cheyenne, Wyoming, July 29, 1953 Royal Indemnity Company 150 William Street, New York 38, New York Business In Wyoming for the year Ending December 31st, 1952. Gross premiums received ............................................... $ 38,976.17 Losses paid ......................................................... 7,848.02 Losses incurred ....................................................... 19,125.02 Total admitted assets ............................ $89,826,137.29 Liabilities except capital .......... $82,433,128.51 Capital Stock paid up ............. 2,500,000.00 Surplus over Liabilities ....... .. ...... 24,893,008.78 $89,826,137.29 $89,828,137.29 Income during year ending December 31st, 1952 .............. $49,997,093.58 Disbursement for year ending December 31st, 1952 $46,969,969.43 STATE OF WYOMING ) )as. County of Laramie ) I, FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner of the State of Wyom- ing, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a condensed statement of the annual statement of the above named Insurance Corn- party, filed in my office, as recjuired by Section 5264, C. S. 1920. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office the 29th day of July, A. D. 1953. FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner. Aug. 13-20-27. Sept. 3-10-17. Tracy Has NEW "A" TD9 Tractractor "L" International Super M Tractors "A" International Super H Tractors "k International Super C FAST HITCH Tractors PLUS Fast Hitch Implements for Super C Tractors SEE THEM TODAY AT Trocg Motor Co. "Your International Harvester Dealer" Sundance Moorcroft and children were Sunday evening| callers at the Osgard home. ; I Chas. F. Carson and daughter, ] Cora were transacting business inI town one day during the week. They were dinner guests of Mrs. t Mamie McAnally and Mrs. Ed San-] ford. , l Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman and Carol visited Mrs. Bill Bush- nell Friday and were evening call- ers at the Joe Englehaupt home. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wegner and baby were Sunday guests at the Lee Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Cap Rauth were in Spearfish Saturday. The boys stayed with Mrs. Lloyd Cole. Mr. 'and Mrs. Ray Osgard and Susan were Monday callers at the Rauth home. Mr. Vernon Dick was a Saturday dinner guest. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Miles and daughter were supper guests at the Paul Cummings home, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Haptonstall and fam- ily were Sunday guests. Chesney Rathbun was a business caller at the Cummings ranch Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carter Donahue of Red Lodge, Mont. and Mrs. Geo. Graham of Kara Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snider were Sun- day callers at the Chas. Chatfield home. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sleep of Spearfish, S. D. were visitors at the Sam Rice home Sunday after- noon of last week. Nic Schweim was a Saturday supper and eve- i ning guest. ' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Policky were evening callers at the Fritz Chatfield home during the week. Fritz and his mother, Mrs. E. B. Chatfield were weekend visitors in Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wolf- skill were dinner guests at the E. B. Chatfield home one day during the week. The Chatfield thresh- ing crew began operations during the past week. Jack Schelldorf was a Friday overnight guest at the Harold THE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo. Sept. Schelldoff home. He and accompanied by Howard of Carlile went the following day. Mr. A1 Schelldorf were her guests and Mr. and Schelldorf Sunday supper at the Schelldorf home. BULL SAL 20 Registered Polled Herefords Oct. 2, 1953 10 a.m, at Gillette Livestock Exchange These are thick, heavy-quartered, beefy bulls in good range condition. Otis Wright and Son Phone O1F3 Gillette, WY' Hook On To The Sewer Syst:em Before Cold Weal:her SUPPLIES With fall here and cold weather just pround the corner, you'll want t0 connect your home with the sewer system while the weather remStss suitable. Check your needs now and see us for reliable material. you'll find our stocks complete and the prices reasonable. -A- ORANGEBURG SEWER TILE "A" CLAY SEWER TILE "k SOIL PIPE AND FITTINGS "A" GALVANIZED PIPE AND FITTINGS "k COPPER PIPE AND FITTINGS i These fall days are pleasant and allow you to do considerable work. But ask yourself this: Is your home ready for the coming winter~ If it isn't why not check and see whether it needs repairs, and if your home needs repairing, storm windows and doors and insulation, consult us on your material needs. J Petersen Lumber and Grain Edward Petersen, Manager Phone 20 Sundance,