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,4 PEEK the Past AGO 1948 Opening game of the sea- Sundance Bulldogs met Trojans Friday night a 54-7 decision midnight Saturday, Rex of Alva and three passen- with him barely escap- when the car Nelson was slid around a loose gravel curve on the Taylor divide road north of Sundance and turned over the embankment against a tree which held it from plunging 150 feet into the canyon below Robert L. Schloredt, formerly superintendent of schools at Moor- croft, was appointed to head the grade schools at Buffalo, Wyo. re- cently. With a complete faculty for both high school and grades, the Sun- dance schools" opened for the 1948- 49 session on Monday morning Sept. 13 with a total of 85 students for the high school and 137 for the grades. Colony--Wlfile the railroad is not entirely completed, trains are NOTICE FOR ]PUBLICATION OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER P~ Cheyenne, Wyoming, July 29, 1953 -~lia~ce Ins. Co. of Philo. and Reliance Underwriters 401 Walnut St, Phila., Pa. Wyoming for the year Ending December 31st, 1952. received .................................................. $ 16,841.22 Paid 9,214.95 incurred'~.~i~-~.-'~i~- ~-~.~.-_~- 8,954.95 ~dmitted assets ....................... $15,354,882.38 labilities except capital .......... CapitM Stock paid up .............. SUrplus over Liabilities ................ $ 9,403,793.57 2,000.000.00 3,951,08881 $15,354.882.38 $15,354,882.38 during year ending December 31st, 1952 ......... $ 7,633,052.60 for year ending December 31st, 1952 ........ 6,473,197.28 OF WYOMING ) )SS. of Laramie ) S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner of the State of Wyom-1 certify that the above and foregoing is a condensed of the annual statement of the above named Insurance Corn- in my office, as required by Section 5264, C. S. 1920. whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed Seal of office the 29th day of July, A. D. 1953. A~g' 13-20-27. Sept. 3-10-17.FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner. NOTICE FOR pUBLICATION OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER Cheyenne, Wyoming, July 29, 1953 QUaker City Fire & Marine Insurance Company ~2~ Walnut Street, Philadelphia 6, Pennsylvania In Wyoming for the year Ending December 31st, 1952. Premiums received ............................. -$ 13,451.79 Paid 1,26229 incurred 1,456.29 ~l admitted assets ...................... $4,511,122.40 Liabilities except capital . ~,~ Capital Stock paid up ~Pltts over Liabilities ................... $4,511,122.40 $2,635,164.57 1,000,000.00 875,957.83 $4,511,122.40 during year ending December 31st, 1952 ......... $2,075,195.48 for year ending December 31st, 1952 .... 1,842,767.00 ~PATI~ OF WYOMING ) ~u. )ss. ~ty of Laramie ) ~ FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner of the State of Wyom~ l~=' uo hereby rertifv that the above and foregoing is a condenseo ~.. ~nt of the annual statement of the above named Insurance Com- Y~.filed in my office, as required by Section 5264, C. S. 1920.... . testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand ana amxeu azy seal of office the 20th day of July, A. D. 1953. ~7 FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner. Sept. 3-10-17. NOTICE FOR pUBLICATION OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER Cheyenne, Wyoming, July 29, 1953 Queen Insurance Company Of America 150 William Street, New York 88, New York ~t~e~ In Wyoming for the year Ending December 31st, 1952. ~-remiums received ................................................. $ 17,710.72 Paid .................... _ ......................4,482.81 . "~ ~urred-~--.~--..~____~ ...... _'.' ................................ . 6,442.61 }~ttl -adn~itted assets ~$65,716,139.99 Liabilities except -'ca-pill " $41,633,477.94 Capital Stock paid up .... _-~Z~.'-_ . 5,000,000.00 OUrplus ever Liabilities 19,082,662.05 $65,716,139.99 $65,716,139.99 year ending December 31st, 1952 ....... $31,953,796.20 for year ending December 31st, 1952 .~ 26,486,548.15 OF WYOMING ) )U. of Laramie ) S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner of the State of Wyomo certi.~y that the above and foregoing is a condensed of the annum statement of the above named Insurance Cam. as required by Section 5264, C. S. 1920. whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed of office the 2eth day of July, A. D. 19~. FORD 8, TAFT, Insursnee Commimiomn'. Sept. 3-I0-17. running daily on a regular sche- dule between Belle Fourche and! the Baroid bentonite plant south of i Colony a couple of miles. Moorcroft ~ Johnny Vesser writes from North Hollywood, Cal- fornia that he received his reserve Army appointment as test pilot for Lockheed Aircraft. There were three pilots picked from 2,080 and Johnny was one of the three. TEN YEARS AGO September 16, 1943 Several ~ereford breeders of this county have gotten together and announced the purchase of the Moorcroft sales barn which has been non-operative for some time. Mrs. John Seely was in Sundance the latter part of the week arrang- ing for her bond as postmistress at Seely. The post office there has been closed since April 30, 1942 but will be reopened shortly, Funeral services were held here Saturday afternoon for Mrs. Barbara Newman who passed away at her home on Wednesday at the age of 69. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs Ray Cooley of Devils Tower on Tuesday morning. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO Sept. 15, 1938 Game Warden Fred Williams was over from Newcastle on Sat- urday and looked over the Beaver dams in the _canyon just out of town. It ap~aredas though the beaver had all left and the dams will be destroyed so that the water wili go into the reservoir supply-! ing the courthouse and school house. Bills are out announcing an air fair for Sundance on next Satur- day. The company coming here promises a lot of stunt flying and other events. Passengers will be carried at the rate of a penny a pound. The sidewalk project in Sun- dance is well under way and if the weather remains favorable, there will be a lot of cement walk laid this fall. This is a WPA project and everyone needing new side- walk should take advantage of it. A deal was completed the last of the week whereby C. D. Massie sold his grocery store to Herb Stech and Bob Moody of Chadron, Nebr. The new firm took over the business on Monday morning. Well, the old Tower has been climbed again. A couple of skill- ed mountain climbers scaled the big rock last week using only eth- ical mountain climbing methods TWENTY YEARS AGO Sept. 14, 1933 Word was received in this city the last of the week of the tragic death of Mrs. H. V. Hall, wife of the temporary county agent as- , THE SUNDANCE 'TIMES Sundance, Wye, Sept 1% 1953 signed to this county, which oc- curred near Rawlins Sept.3 follow- ing an auto accident. The hearing before the county commissioners in the matter of the petition for revoking the wholemle and retail license of the Beulah tavern will be held at the court- house Sept. 15. With' the funds appropriated for road and bridge purposes exhaust- ed, the Board of County Commis- sioners at their meeting last week decided to stop all road work in the county. Aladdin--Mr. and Mrs. Manual Sine are the proud parents of a baby daughter born Sept. S. The little miss has been named Joyce Ilene. Smartly tailored! Completely Washable! Van Heusen VAN GAB Gabardine Bill Holden and Paul Douglas, co-starring in Paramount Pictures' "Forever Female." Van Gab is the amazing rayon gabardine sport shirt that is completely wagtab/e. It is ~znteed never to fade, never to shrink out of size. Van Gab is shirtmaker-tailored throughout--with smart pick- stitched trim on collar and pocket flaps and genuine ocean pearl buttons. The exclusive Sportown collar is equally handsome open or closed--with or without a tie. It's America's favoriteqP{~ ~5 sport sldrt--yetit co6taonly . . . . . Sundance Durt ee's "Everything to Wear" Upton