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October 15, 1953

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THE SUNDANCE TIMES 8undance, Wyo. October 15, 1953 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO TAKE TAX DEED TO: John F. Ragan, whose last known address was c[o Ella Reyn- elds, 580 Insurance Bldg., Omaha, Nebraska, and to all others con- eerned: You are hereby notified that the following described lands and premises, to-wit: SNE%, Sec. 14, Twp. 51 N., R. 68 W., 6th P.M., Crook County, Wyoming, which were assessed in the name Of John F. Ragan, tvere sold for taxes due Crook County, Wyoming, for the year 1948, on September 26, 1949, by John J. Binney, then the County Treasurer of Crook County, Wyoming, at the sale for taxes then held, to Security Trust land Title Co.; and that on Septem- ber 28, 1949, the said County "t~teasurer then issued and deliv- ~ered to the said purchaser a cer- tificate of purchase therefor, num- I)ered 10,137, covering said lands: ~nd that Security Trust and Title ~Co. has remained and is the own- ~r and holder of said certificate of ~urchase. i You are further notified that the~ Itime for redemption from the tax ~tle aforesaid expired on" Septem. ~ber 26, 1953, but that you may re-i leem therefrom at an~ time on or ~efore the date of taking of tax deed herein by payment of the remount paid by Security Trust and Title Go. plus subsequent taxes paid by said purchaser, together with interest, costs, and expenses allowed by law. You are further motifled that the undersigned will, en January 18, 1954, apply to the County Treasurer of Crook County, Wyoming, for a tax deed to the premises above described. ,SECURITY TRUST AND TITLE CO. Scotty Gladstone, Attorney Oct. I, 8, 15. NOTICE OF FINAL EETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All credtto~ and others interest- ed in the estate of Keith Grubb, deceased, take notice that the un- dersigned administrator of said es- tate will, on or before the 26th day of October, 1953, file in the effice of the Clerk of Court of Crook County, Wyoming, his final account and petition for distribu- tion of said estate, where any one laterested may examine such ac- count and petition and file objec. tions thereto in writing at any time before the 6th day of Novem- ber, 1953, and if no objections are filed thereto, he will make final settlement of said estate on the 1~h day of Novemblbr, 1953, or as soon thereafter 'as the matter may be heard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming, this 30th day of September, 1953. FRANCIS C. GRUBB, Administrator ;~'otty Gladstone, Attorney Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22. -- I[I R0Y H. CAMERON Land and Mineral Surveyor Water Right Engineering Phone 3670R $603 Hall St. Rapid City, S. D. ! co. II ! Comp, te.Repa t l I tl I An 11 i . Oldsmobile -- GMC I ! For Those Tender Smoked Hsms sad Bseon ~ jur m~. te BIK)I KY For Proee~lne 8peerfl~ & J~ SOCIETY : By Bernice Williams If you have news for this column Or personal items to report for publication in this newspaper please telephone Bernice Williams, Phone 88 before 6:00 p.m. Monday of the week of publication. = = _ : -- -- -- -- . -- Give and Gain Club * Meets At Mauchs' Mrs. Lester Mauch was hostess to the members of the Give and Gain Homemakers Club October 7 at her home. Members of the club present included Mrs. Andy Policky, Mrs. Everett Humphrey, Mrs. Bill Mauch, Mrs. Frank Blakeman, Mrs. Richard Hooper, Mrs. Tom Hooper and Mrs. James Hildebrand. Mrs. L. M. Lorenzen and Mrs. Sial Harvey attended as guests of the club. Proceeds from a "grab bag" auction will he turned over to the chairman of the Polio Drive. Plans were made to introduce a new money-making project at each meeting of the club, the proceeds to go to the Polio drive. The next meeting will be at the Tom Hooper home November 4. W. C. T. U. To Meet At Dillavou Home The Women's Christian Temper- ance Union will meet at 2:00 o'- clock October 16 at the Wilbur HOUSTON CREEK (Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice were in Belle Fourche during the past week and stopped at Spearfish where they were supper guests at the A. J. Sleep home. Sam sold cattle through the exchange Thurs- day. Chas. Chatfield and Reuben Hindman assisted with the truck- ing. Dr. J. A. Kline of Malvern, Iowa spent a week at the Rice home recently. Bob Rice accom- panied him on his hunting trips. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McAnaily and Mrs. Ed Sanford were Saturday evening guests at the Rice home. Mrs. Bill Bushnell, Ray Potter, Mrs. Flora and Eugene Hindman were supper guests at the Reuben Hindman home one evening last week Ray, Mrs. Hindman and Eugene were in Rapid City d:e lat- ter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman took a trip through the Hills one Dillavou home. day recently in observance of the twenty-third wedding anniversary. Mrsi Muriel Woods, state presi- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gregory andI dent, will be here at that time. Darlene, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engle-I Visitors are welcome, haupt and baby were Sunday sup-I per guests at the Hindman home. I Shipeks Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Weguer and[ Friends Saturday Night baby spent Sunday at the Lee Mr. and, Mrs. Everett Shipek Thompson home. were hosts to a group of friends at their home Saturday evening at a canasta party. A buffet supper was served late in the evening to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blakeman, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mauch and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mauch. Lindsey Entertain Guests From Spearfish Friday Mr. and Mrs. Mik~ Heinbaugh and son Mike of Spearfish were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey Friday evening. Worthy Grand Matron Makes Official Visit Mrs. Irene Taliferro of Rock Sprihgs will make her official visit, asWorthy Grand Matron of the Grand Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star at the regular meet- ing here Thursday evening. A banquet will be served at 6:00 o'clock, by the members of the Episcopal Guild, to be followed by the regular meeting. Mrs. Polly Banks Celebrates 87th Birthday Mrs. Ben Justice was hostess at an afternoon tea party last Tues- day at her home, honoring her mother, Mrs. Polly Banks on her 87th birthday ' Invited guests included Mrs. Louis Smith, Mrs. Julius Hewes and daughters Corinne and Caro- lyn, Mrs. Raymond Vines and Leon, Mrs. Harvey Ferdinand, Mrs. Rose Farrell, Mrs. Sid Har- vey, Mrs. Edith Thompson, Mrs. Frank Humphrey, Mrs. Everett Humphrey and Larry and ~e hon- ored guest Mrs. Polly Banks. Mrs. Banks came to Crook coun- ty from England around sixty years ago, to join her brothers who had taken up homesteads here. AIzada Soldier Honore~ At Dinher Party Mr. and Mrs. Junior Ridinger of Alzada were hosts at a dinner party Monday evening at their home honoring Mrs. Ridinger's bro~lter, A-3c Donald Ridinger who is home on on furlough. The guest list included Mr. and Mrs. Perry Roberts and daughter Diana, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ridin- gefr Sr., Jimmie and Kathy Riding- er, Garland Foster and the honor- ed guest. ! DL ~ LOGAN CmMOPMACTOI nutUn8 lqume US F,m~m, S. D. Libby's Deep Brown BEANS With Pork In Molasses 6 for $t.00 Sliced Yellow Freestone In Light Syrup Lux Flakes, large .............. 3.% Lux Liquid, large ............... 41c Lux Liquid, economy 76c Rinse Detergent, large ........... 33c Rinse Defergent, economy ....... 65c Lux Toilet Soap ................ 10c Breeze, large ........ 83c Breeze, economy 65c Surf, large 33c, Surf, economy __65c Spry, 8 lb. can 96e YEL BEAUTY BAR ~0W IN STOCK Phone 18 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Osgard and Susan were supper guests at the Carson home one evening last week. Miss Amy Troxel of Anchorage, Alaska is spending some time at the Cap Rauth home. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rauth of Alva were Monday callers. Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Bushnell and Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hind- man and Carol and Mrs. Julia students at the Black ers College. Mr. and Mrs. Tom family spent Sunday fives at Rochford, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Richard spent Friday in Spearfish. Lois Haptonstall left for Des Moines, Iowa and ployed at the Plaza hotel switch board operator. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Reinhold were guests at the home Monday for California after~ of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser on Sun-ling the past week day of last week to honor the lHayward's mother, birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Bush-[ Grice. Mr. and Mrs. nell. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bowers, Ihave spent the summer Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Kennedy of Iat the Canyon Hotel in Broadus, Mont. and Mr. and Mrs. Istone park. Their son, Roy Kiser spent several days at[ visit here with Mrs. Gric.e at the Bushnell home during lpoln hls parents in canx~ threshing. Mr. and Mrs. MillerI Mrs. Edward Davis of ] Bedford of New London, Ohio and[City and her son, Jack Mr. and Mrs. Guy Simon of White[Riverton, Wyoming were Owl, S. D. were callers last week. night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfield, ice Williams Friday night- Mrs. Fritz Chatfield and Cheryl Cole is a brother-in-law d were in Spearfish Sunday after-Williams. noon. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chat- field were Sunday supper guests Harry Nixon arrived at the Harvey Ferdinand home. dance Friday night from Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice were Sun- make arrangements for his day callers at the Chatfield home. hold furniture to be Omaha, where the NixonS Nic Schweim left recently for rented an apartment. the State of Washington. on returning to Sundance Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Roberts re- turned Sunday from Santa Fe, New Mexico where Mr. Roberts attended a five state regional meet- ing of members of the highway commission. Mrs. Sid Harvey and Helen Ew- ing spent last Monday visiting Har- ret Harvey and Ruth Kokesh in Spearfish, where the two girls are deer season. N. Ellis M.D. Eye, Ear, Nose altd Throat Office Hours - 10 a.m. - 4 6531/~ Main Street Dead~vood, S. D. Whole, Peeled APRICOTS In Heavy Syrup m, PEACHES 3 for $1.00 32c 3 for 9 Kraft Velveeta CHEESE 2 lb. package Remember We're giving away valuable c o u p o n s with your purchases until Nov. 7. S.ave them for our grant food auction Nov. 7. Model Grocery Carr and Blnney 8undance, !