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to Our Market Reports over KASL Newcastle Monday thru Friday at 12:30 Noon Courtesy of the Sturgis Livestock Exchange THE SUNDANCE TIMES An Independeat Newspaper l~bll~e4 Every Thun~tay by The Times Publislflag Co. The Times is a legal newspaper f~ all pubiimtkmL E. Lindsey Owne~Publish~ Howard AII~, News E~It~, A&,erUsing Manager 8I.~SCRIPTION RA~T~ Per year in Crook and adJeining twunties; 1~.~ per year at the l~fiee at Stmdanee, Wyoming, am sea.c! dam under the act of March 3, 1879. CAaU][: [ .l... Zl (Last Week) " ~ Mr. and Mrs. Buford McAmts "mmerschied, who spent[ and family of Belle Fourche were t week in the Campbell[visitors at Charles Shaul and Memorial Hospital, return-I Bruce MeAmis homes. Sunday. ended up the thresh-~ Cabin Creek- There was bit of alfalfa seed this year. in Moorcroft Saturday was attended by quite a large of folks from Carlile. is again being resumed on line with hopes of it soon. from around here at- the calf sales in Gillette Fourche on Monday. Zimmerschied spent the in Moorcroft with Don- Osborne took her pu- I~Iulett for hearing tests on and Bessie Adair and were callers at Wil- on Sunday. callers during the week ~'s. Valgene Waugh, Mrs. John Garman, Clar- Alice Garman, Bill Kathaleen, Emma and Art Zimmer- and Orville Jones. and Mrs. Elbert Zimmer- were callers in Sturgis Zimmerschied attended in Gillette Friday. and John Garman at- Whites sale on Tuesday. PUrchased some cows. and Mrs. Art Zimmerschied Callers in Spearfish Satur- and Mrs. Wilbur Zimmer- and.boys, Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerschied and boys and Mrs. Clarence Lawr- and family were business in Gillette Saturday. Elsom attended the Shrine meeting and banquet in Saturday. r. and Mrs. Gary Donner last Sunday supper guests ])avis in MoorcroR. and Mrs. Mike Erland were in Gillette Saturday. Sorry to hear that Johnnie Johnson was sick and had to go to a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Solon and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Colvin of Rapid City were in Alva Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Taylor of Sundance were Sunday callers at the home of Mrs. Bertha Wilison. Mrs. Lena Simmons who had been ,visiting Mrs. Willson returned to Sundance with Mr. and Mrs. Tay- i lor. Several families from Redwater, Aladdin and Alva attended the horse shoe pitching contest at the' Dillon Ruland ranch Sunday. Mrs. Neva Davis, Mrs. Marjorie Davis, Mrs. Esther Shaul and Mrs. Delia French went to Sundance for Achievement day. Moorcroft (Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart from Topeka, Kansas and Mr. and Mrs. J.,T~ Vassar enjoyed an outing at the Tower Wednesday. Mrs. Lee Waddell, Mrs. Phil Frey and son, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simpson and Mrs. Orville Hayes were visitors in Gillette Thursday. Card Club Notes Mrs. Bess Robinson was hostess last Thursday evening to the card club. Three tables of 500 were played during the evening. High score was won by Mrs. Inez Noon- an, low by Mrs. Ellen Russell and traveling by Mrs. Dorothy Twiford. At the clo~e of the games the hos- tess served refreshments. Mrs. Eva O'Connor was shop- ping in town Friday morning. Mr and Mrs. Lee Waddell tell us their daughter, Mrs. Brusig and family have moved to Rawlins, where Mr. Brusig was transferred with the Necchi Sewing Machine Company. Mr. and Mrs. Brusig state that they like their new Io- cation very much. Miss Julia Hunter and friends from Casper were visitors in town Sunday afternoon. They had been touring the Black Hills and had visited DeViV Tower on their way here. Miss Hunter taught school here several years ago but has been employed in Casper for the past few years. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Alright and family of Alliance, Nebr. were visitors in town Sunday night. Phil drove the Alliance truck through here for several years, and they are on vacation and plan to visit the Tower and tour the Black Hills before returning to their home in Alliance. Phil is still employed with the Alliance Creamery. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johanassen and Judy and Eddie and Mrs. Edna Graves of Carlile, Mrs. Emma Mc- Kean, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Way- mire, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Twiford enjoyed supper at the Fly- ing V near Newcastle Saturday evening. The occasion being Mrs. McKean's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Plemmons are the proud parents of a baby boy born last Thursda~ at the Gillette hospital. The young lad weighed 7 pounds and 14 ounces and has been named Johnnie Dean. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sohl of Moor- croft, and the paternal grandpar- ents are Mr. Plemmons of Gillette and Mrs. Jack Hamm of Montana. Mrs. A1 Harding accompanied, by !Mrs. Pat MeKinney and Mrs. Russ- THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. October 15, ell Twiford attended the meeting of the Daughters of the Nile im Newcastle Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ripley awe visiting their son Jack aml fum~y at Twin Falls, Idaho. Mrs. Gene Plemmons and infant son were released frQm tJie ette hospital Tuesday. |, Dr. J. G. Betts Ost~pa~ - Ph~Idan s~mumsh, ~. - _ m NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER Cheyenne, Wyoming, Sept. 30, 1953 North Central Life Insurance Co. Endicott-on-Fourth, St. Paul 1, Minnesota In Wyoming For the Year Ending December 31st, 1952. NONE written .....................................................................NONE Premiums received .......................................................... NONE Paid .................................................................................. NONE incurred ........................................................................... -----TT--'.. assets ................................... $1,436,414.16 except capital $ 962,974.82 ........................ 200,549.77 Stock paid up .............................. 272,889.57 over Liabilities ........................ . $1,436,414.16 $1,436,414.16 during year ending Dec. 31st, 1952 498,809.42 for year ending Dec. 31st, 1952 552,03801 OF WYOMING ) )ss. of Laramie ) FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner of the State of Wyo- hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a condensed of the annual statement of the above named Insurance Comp- in my office, as required by Section 5264, S. S. 1920. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office the 30th day of Sept, A. D., 1953. FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner 5-12-19. Shootin9 Clothes for Your I I I Red Shirts I" Wool or Cotton U. S. Brand PACS Rubber with Leather Tops $13.95 $**** Korean Pacs Insulated Rubber toT cold weather $13.95 ! ,/'! , , , q !i F ELD AND STREAM, Revers,hle Red and Tan Jacket Interlined with Wool 23.95 I II I Hunting Caps 98c to $1.98 [ ), t~ b P Upton Durfee's "Everytldng to Wear" I III Sundanee