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the Black Hills of Wyoming The Sundance Times, 8undanee, Wyoming \ Thursday, October 4, 194~ Houston Creek Art ,Schelldorf and son, Charles a~ld A1 Schelldorf and son, Jackie, Were at the Harold ,Schelldorf : rallch Saturday. The Reuben Hindman family at the Elmer Wells home evening. Amos Ewing and mother, Mrs. Ewing were at the Louis home .Sunday afternoon. To Army Camp Pfc. ,Forrest Wells left Monday return to his Army Camp in Those who accompanied on the trip to Sundance ~sre Mrs. lV[ae Young, who ~ill to her home in St. Louis, and Mrs. Ernesti~e Fender Susanne, who are to St. Petersburg, Fla. left his infant twin sons his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Good were at the Schelldorf home evening. ere Relapse Snooks had a relapse week, but it is reported that the blood transfusio~a on 'he is showing some: The boy's father the donor of the blood. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Waltdrs Mrs. E. B. Chatfield were visitors Friday. ~r. and Mrs. Elmer Wells at- the funeral of Mrs. Onie in Moorcroft Thurs- Tom Jelbert is again employed ~he Harold Schelldorf ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Habeck little son visited "at the Billy home ,Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice and sons were in town Saturday eve- ning. Charles Carson bought a fine registered billy goat v~hi,ch was 8hipped from Waterloo, Iowa the past week. --x ... Seely Mr. Maurice Williamson, sales- man for the Adams Co. called at the Seely Merc the 21st and drove on to consult merchants in A1- zada. Mrs. Ida Gray is visiting her daughter, Mrs. George E. Jolley in Belle Fourche. My. and :Mrs. Dean Svoboda and Roger are moving to Alva where they are engaged in ranch- ins. Harry Linklater was a caller at several homes on Seety divide early Sunday. A few days later he drove to Spearfish to consult a doctor. Saturday evening, Sept. 22nd fire destroyed most of t,he roof on the Marvin Dodd ranch house where Mr. and Mrs. Ev- erett Davidson are residing. For- tunately they were able to ex- tinguish the flames before fur- ther damage resulted. Mr. a.nd Mrs. T. E. Tremble and Lee Edward drove to Belle Fourche Saturday, taking a load of furniture for .Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stover. From there they drove to Spearfish for apples. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wright sold cattle in Moorcroft and had them trucked over during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Tremble and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Hen- ry Redding and small daughter and Mrs. L. C. Tremble were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Office of Insurance Commissioner' Cheyenne, Wyoming, March 1, 1945 Federal Insurance Company Flemington, New Jersey In Wyoming for the Year Ending December 31st, 1944 Premiums received ....................................................................$ paid ................................................................................................ ~tal admitted assets .................................... $28,954563,44 Liabilities except capital .......................... Capital Stock paid up ............................. over Liabilities ....................... $28,954,563.44 346.80 15.88 9,799,963.26 4,000,000.00 15,154,600.18 $28,954,563.44 during year ending December 31st, 1944 ............... $7,371,455.52 t for year ending Decem~ber 31st, 1944 ..... ~......$6,247,887.83 Mrs. T: E. Tremble and Mrs. L. C. Timetable remained ~o spend the week with her daughter. Tuesday Mrs. T. E. Trom'ble and her mother, Mrs. L. C. Tremble visited Mrs. E. J. Svoboda and helped her cook for threshers. Jcyhn D. Seely trucked some very nice fruit for the Seely Mere on Tuesday. T. E. Tremble Is a business caller in the ,Mooreroft vicinity today-,-,Sept. 28. ~x Miller Creek Ezra Reed and Jerry Solomon were callers at Guy Olsons Wed- nesday. Irvin Haptonstall finished com- bining at Errett Hapto~stall's Friday. Mrs. J. P..Solomon and Bernard made a business trip to ,Sundance Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Scott visited several days last week with the J. D. Carrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Manke spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miles. Bobble Oudin came out to spend t'be week-end with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Myers and sons, received a pleasant surprise when 35 of their neighbors gath- ered to give t.hem a farewell party Saturday night. Card games and visiting furnished en- tertainment with a delicious lunch at midnight. Everyone left in the 'wee small hours of the morn- ing after .an enjoyable ~ight. We wish them all the good luck in their new location. x Charles H. Branum of Colony was a business visitor here Mon- day. RATION BOARD , BRIEFS Ceilings On White Potatoes Suspended Price ceilings on white pota- toes have been temporarily sus- spended u~ltil October 25-- the [irst move of its kind affecling an important staple food item~ following a Department of Agri- culture estimate that the 1945 crop is the largest in years. Ceil- ings on certified and war approv- ed seed potatoes are continued, ,however. OPA will closely watch the ef- fect on potato ceiling prices of the temporary removal of controls. On Armistice Day in 1918 pota- toes cost 3.3 cents per pound. By mid-1920 they sold for 10.3 cents a pound. Sugar Stamps to Be Invalidated Sugar coupons (designated by OPA as "large") numbers R-330 which do not carry revision date of 4-45 and No. 1209 are inval- idated for use after Oct. 5. These stamps are canning sugar stamlm issued last year and in some in- stances sugar issued for service personell on furlough; probably all or practically all have been spent by this time and their can- cellation ~ill make little differ- once. 2 Reels of Wildlife Pictures Will Be Shown At the Meeting of The Crook County Wildlife Association at the Farm Shop Building, North of the Sundance High School Monday, October 8th 8:00 P. M. YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND I OF WYOMING ) )ss. ~9.unty of Laramie ) I, RODNEY BARRUS, Insurance Commissioner of the State WYOming, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a con- statement of the annual statement of the above named Insur- Company, filed in my office, as required by ,Section 5264, C. S. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my ha~d and affixed my seal of office the 1st day of March, A. D., 1945. RODNEY BARRUS, Insurance Commissioner ~ber 27~Oct~ber 4-11-18-25--Nov. 1. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ~" Office of Insurance Commissioner Cheyenne, Wyoming, March 1, 1945 American Bonding Company of Baltimore ~ai Baltimore, Maryland hess In Wyoming for the Year Ending December 31st, 1944 ~Dremiums rbceived ................. $ 274.41 s Paid ...................... . ........................................................ NONE ~L~I admitted assets ................................ ~.-$2,435,673.98 : ~bilities "except capital ......... 327,802.60 ~O-aPital Stock paid up 8ttrplue over Liabilities ................. $2,435,6?3.98 1,000,000.00 1,107,871.38 ~e during year ending ..... December 31st, 1944 $823,263.13 btlrsement for year ending December 31st, ~944 ........ $669,971.76 ~A~ oF WYOMING ) ) SS. Cotmty of Laramie ) q|~ I, ItODNEY BARRUS, Insurance Commissioner of the State ~t~WYomlng, do hereby certify that the ~bove and foregoing is a con- ~ sed statement of the annual statement of the above named Insur- i,~e ~mpany, filed in my office, as required by Section 5264, C. S. "~0. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my ha~d and affixed my seal of office the let day of A. D.0 1945 ROI)NEY BARRUS, Insurance Comml~mioner t~14~r ~7--October 4.11-18-$~---Nov. 1.. I have sold my ranch and will sell the following at Public Auction at Ranch 2 Miles North of Aladdin FREE LUNCH AT NOON BRING CUPS ri., ct. 12 1:00 P. M., SHARP Machinery Farmall H McCormick Deering Tractor On Rubber 10-Foot Power Take-Off Grain Binder 2-Row Tractor Corn Plow Tractor Mower 2-Bottom Tractor Plow 7-Ft. Tandem Disc 7-Ft Grain Drill Spring Tooth Harrow--Corn Planter One Row Riding Cultivator Corn Binder -- Hay Rake Pump Jack -- Horse Mower 40 Oil Drums 500-Gallon Gas Tank On Truek Tumbling Bug Fresno, old Two Wagons ~ Grain Bed Endgate Seeder~Dro~ Box for Mower 6 Sections Harrows 2 Sets Harness ~ Several Collars Saddle ~ Meliotte Cream Separator Letz Dixie Grinder and Cutter Grain Grinder SMALL TOOLS Household Goods and Furniture Pitch Posts ~ 1 Mile of Woven Wire Barb Wire Livestock g0 CHOICE MILCH COWS, Fresh I YEARLING HEIFER ~ 2 Calves TERMS OF SALE--CASH: If Credit is desired see your banker before the sale BERT ROBBINS, Owner SAM EWING, Auetloneer 8UNDANCE STATE BANK, Clerk