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September 27, 1956     The Sundance Times
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September 27, 1956

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(Sept. 27) Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heppler re- cently purchased the property just south of the Rodeo Bar, from Louis Huseby and they plan to erect a new building there in the near future. At the present time they are remodeling the building for- merly used as a pool hall into liv- ing quarters. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Nevil and son Dan of Dayton, Ore. arrived last Saturday for a two week visit with relatives. Mr. Nevil is a nephew of Mrs. Ben Mahoney and Mrs Nevil is a sister of Mrs. Glen Bush and Zack Jay. Homer Mercer has been working on his house on the highway just south of town and expects to have it ready for occupancy the first of October. His mother, Mrs. Ethel Mercer, will move into it and keep house for Donald who is attending school here in Hulett. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Stokes and children of Belie Fourche have been visiting atthe Louis Shelden ranch the past Week. Mrs. ~ret :Cheshier spent ~everal days ~in the hospital in Belle Fourche this week, the re- sult of an injured leg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Waugh and children left W~dnesday afternoon for LaPlata, Mo. for a visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Evenson and children will leave next week for Newport, Ore. to make their home. Mr. Evenson has a job with a construction company. Mrs. Myron Scarborough enter- rained the Women's club at her home Tuesday evening with nine members and three guests present. Plans for the year's work were discussed and~ the club voted to sponsor the organization of the Brownie Scout troop. Lunch was served following the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Rush spent the past weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rush at Sidney, Nebr. George Watts is buildin*g a house on his property back of his house. A birthday party was held at the Kenneth Stoddard home Mon- day evening for Merle Clark. five- year~ld son of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Clark. Besides the Dee Clark family the other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Clark and children and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Rush. Mrs. Agnes Stoddard returned home from Colorado Springs Fri- day evening. Mr. and Mrs H. Buescher mov- ed into the McClure house re- cently vacated by the Richard Duncan family. Miss Beth Watts made a busi- ness trip to Spearfish Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Waugh and family of Hot Springs, S. D. arriv- ed Friday evening to spend the weekend at the Milt Kaiser home near Alva and to visit relatives and friends in Hulett. Mrs. Harry Vines drove to Cas- per Thursday and brought her hus- band home the following day. He had been hospitalized several weeks following surgery Lloyd Anderson and Mike Bush have gone to Brookings, Ore. where they have work in one of the sawmills there. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and family visited Mrs. Lydia Hauber Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson of Yucaipa, Calif. arrived Tuesday for a month's visit with relatives and friends here. The Ted Cohee family moved SundaY to Moorcroft where Mr. Cohee has work at a filling station. Mr. and Mrs. Lisle Powell of Biddle, Mont. spent the weekend with Mrs. Lydia Hauber and at- tended the program at Devils Tow- er Monday. A family dinner was held at the Neiman ranch Sunday with the families of Bay Jim and Henry Neiman, Albert Neiman of Upton and the Richard Barbour family present. Mrs. Earl Brock of Wyola, Mont. will attend the Harvest FeStival at the Baptist church next Sunday and speak of the mission work in Burma where she and her husband were located for a number of years. Mrs. Jack Newman and son Billy spent last week visiting in Dayton with her mother-in-law, Mrs. Jim Russell, and in Sheridan wit~ friends. Mrs. Newman returned home Saturday while her son re- mained with his grandmother until Sunday when he returned home. Mrs. Bob Oudin and Mrs. Kenneth Montgomery met Billy in Gillette where his uncle, Bill Newman, of Dayton had brought him. Mr. and Mrs. Arlis Binney ac- companied by John Stahl, attended the football game in Upton Friday night. Mrs. W. B. Belt, Vurl Belt and Mrs. Alton Dybwad and David were business callers in Newcastle Friday. WYOMING HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT Cheyenne, Wyoming NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE OF AND FINAL SETTLEMENT FOR HIGHWAY WORK Notice is hereby given that the State Highway Commission of Wyo- ming has accepted as completed according to plans, specifications I I I and rules governing the same, the work performed under that certain contract dated April 2, 1956, be- tween the State of Wyoming, act- ing through said Commission, and Harrison & Atchison Co., A Co- Partnership the Contractor, on Highway Project No. S-278 (5) Structure Contract consisting of grading, draining, one bridge con- sisting of 7 continuous R. C. slab spans over Inyan Kara Creek and miscellaneous work on the Upton- Sundance road, Crook County, Wyo- ming and the Contractor is en- titled to final settlement therefor; that the Superintendent of the State Highway Department will cause said Contractor to be paid the full amount due them under said contract on October 24, 1956. The date of the first publication of this notice is: September 13, 1956. STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION OF WYOMING BY: J. R. Bromley, Superintendent & Chief Engineer Sept. 13-20-27 his final account and petition for T/IE SUNDANCE distribution of said estate, where Sundanee, Wyo. Sept. ~/, anyone interested may examine such account and petition and 1956, or as soon thereafter file objections thereto in writing matter may be heard at any time before the 23rd day Carl J. Johnson of October 1956, and if no objec- Administrator, tions are filed ~hereto, he will John P. Iisley, Lawyer, ~ make final settlement of said es- Gillette, Wyo. tate or0 the 24th day of October, Sept. 20-27 Oct. 4-11 ANNUAL BUFFALO At Livestock Pavilion, Buffalo, S. D. SEPT. 29 Sale Starts at 1 P.M. IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT THE STATE OF WYOMING, ) )ss. County of Crook ) NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE In the Matter of the Estate of Arthur A. Johnson, Deceased. All creditors and others interest- ed in the estate of Arthur A. Johnson, deceased, take notice that the undersigned adminstrator, exe- cutor of said estate will, on or before the 12th day of October, 1956, file in the office of the Clerk of Court of Crook County Ramboulllets, Columblas, Targhees, Suffolks Lunch Served by Congregational Ladies Aid in Pavilion Lunchroom. Dipping Facilities Available at Sale for of Rams Out of State. l g County Improvement Assn. Contact Bill Clanton, Sec.-Treas. for Details. 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