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hEWS party for Mr. and Mrs. was staged Saturday Oct. 3rd for Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln. The occasion was thirty-seventh wedding an- which was Sept. 28th. meeting was also held. were served after games of canasta were enjoy- present were: Mr. and Cronn, Lee and Stev- Frank Lincoln, Mr. and Art Schelldorf, Mr. and Mrs. and son, Mr. and Alfred Sipe, Mr. and Mrs. Lantz and" Susan, Mr. and F-,mory George, Mr. and Mrs Guidinger, Hugh and Joe Mrs. Eliza Jackson and Redwater V. Ripley is expected to to his home this week from hospital where he receiving treatment for ribs, which he received in with his horse while cattle. from this community at- the annual meeting of the E. A. association in Sun- ~/onday. Elizabeth Vore spent a few visiting her son, Woodrow family the past week. Mrs. S. E. Lanning spent Weekend at their home in and returned to the Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. R. E. Vore were evening visitors in the community. King trucked his calves to in Sturgis last week. square dance held at the hall Saturday evening was attended. A Farm Bureau Will be held there Saturday, 10th. Everyone is wel- Mrs. Shappele held a birthday party at the school house Friday afternoon for Little Donna Wendt and Melody K Mills. All the moth- ers attended and refreshments of cup cakes, ice cream, Keel Aid and coffee were served. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Island and sons were in Spearfish Saturday p.m. Chas. Guidinger is the owner of a new Buick. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hooker from Igloo, S. D. visited Mrs. Shappell and Tyler on Sunday. Mrs. Donna Bowers visited her mother Mrs. Ottie Mathews on Sat- urday and also called at the Ar- thur Snyder home. Herrick Ripley hade the misfor- tune to have several ribs broken when his horse fell with him the first of last week. Bill Reinhold is recovering sat- isfactorily after undergoing sur- gery at Rochester, Minn. last week. Miss Ella Snyder, Mrs. Don Wendt and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman were shopping in the Hills towns Monday. Mrs. Clifford Island entertained several ladies at her home Thurs- day afternoon at a Linda Lea Cos- metic party. Those attending were Mrs Mary Cunningham, Mrs. N. I H. Thompson, Mrs. Nadine Follum, I Mrs. Mary Island, Mrs. Margaret Tauck, Mrs. Lorraine Courtney, Mrs. Margaret Blakeman, Mrs. Ione Langden, the representative and the hostess. An enjoyable after- noon was spent trying out the pro- ducts. The Bert Stump family spent Saturday visiting at the Bert Ma- horseshoe pitching contest be held at the Dillon Ruland Mr. and Mrs. W. H. B1akeman,I L Sunday October 11th o* Mr. and Mrs. Jonn maKeman ana~ o'c lock ~tween the Alva and!the Gerald Blakeman family en-! te~Lwater Farm Bureau locals, l joyed the scenery up Spearfish, : give your sunvort to yourcanyn Sunday p.m. m the eve-: --- - !ning the Frank Blakeman family, ~s Roberta Smith was a Satur- joined them at Beulah to celebrate night ~uest at the 0 H Ouuenl the W. H. Blakeman forty-second~ ~ " "'* i anniversary with a dinner at the ,' Sons of Beu~o," '~'" ~u,~'^"'l^-,o Blakeman home in their honor. d their 1953 season Monday, Mesdames Royal and Junior ....... o, 1,,~, ,hoi,. I Mills and Edna Shappell, also Ty- ro the league champions from ler Hooker were Deadwood snop- 1, but in their second bout~Pers Saturday. . Belle Fourche Dairy they Miss Anne t~uioinger is naving d the slate, taking all four i a new bathroom installed in her Games are played eachhome. Mrs. Louise Summers who ty evening 8 o'clock in the!is staying with~ her at present is 'i.~h o.o,,~ : having dental work done in Sun- ........ J~" i dance Mr.'and Mrs. R. E. Vore were in BEULAH Spearfish on business Saturday. - Mr. Vore installed some new play- and Mrs. Chas. Guidinger,1 ground equipment at the Beulah Anne Guidinger and Mrs. school last wewek. Summers spent Sunday at] .......... n Guidinger home and also :ed Mrs. Summer's birth-[ Four Corners t day. [ (Last Week) Anne Guidinger and Chas. ' were Belle Fourehel Mrs. John Perino and Andy Kud- Saturday.l lock were business callers in New- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION " OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER Cheyenne, Wyoming, Sept. 30, 1953 New World Life Insurance Company 618 Second Avenue, Seattle 4, Washington In Wyoming For the Year Ending December ;31st, 1952. Written .................................................................... NONE Premiums received ........................................................... NONE paid ............................................................................... NONE incurred ...................................................................... NONE ,..--.,.--.-., admitted assets ................................ $27,689,586.50 except capital ........................ $25,856,984.88 Stock paid up ............................... 1,134,500.00 over Liabilities .......................... 698,101.64 castle Thursday. Mrs. Fred Farley and Nora Far-~ Icy were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Perino Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Pzinski stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pzinski several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wocicki and Arlene, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Elliot, Joe Podio were among those who attended the Belle Fourche sale Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lissolo were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Ed- ward Pzinski and Beverly Kay Sunday. Walter. and Gary Pzinski attend- ed the Sturgis sale Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wocicki and Arlene were callers in Newcastle Friday afternoon. Mr .and Mrs. Jack Rawhouser were social callers of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Perino were in Buffalo Friday and Saturday attending the Farm Bureau con- vention. While they were gone, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perino and fam- ily stayed with Grandpa Kudlock. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wocicki and Arlene were business callers in Newcastle Wednesday. ! Mrs. Fred Perino and family were social callers of Mrs. Jay Mayberry Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Farley and Mrs. Nora Farley were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pzinski Tuesday. Donald Tracy was a caller in this vicinity Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry were business and social callers in Sun- dance Saturday. thews home. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wo- M.o ~.,h.., ~s~". ....... ,1 ran,, cicki and family entertained Mr. an{] .Nlrs. Alvin wa$son, _Nlr ancl and Mrs. Bert Mathews attendeu| ........... ~ars ra~ ~mott ann ~amlly the Homecoming in Sundance Fri-J T: .... " day [ ~ar. ana coors. L,es ,~very were "." ~ .......... I business callers in Newcastle Fri- Jerry crago zs s~aymg wire ms I- grandparents near Beulah and at-[ clay. ..... Sunday Mr and Mrs Felix Per- tending high school in Spearfish.J. . o ".. . ".. . He goes by bus. I Inn anu lamlly entertained zar. $27,689,586.50 $27,689,586.50 during year ending Dec. 31st, 1952 $4,499,530.41 for year ending Dec. 31, 1952 $2,799,869.43 OF WYOMING ) )ss. of Laramie ) I, FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner of the State of Wyo- do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a condensed of the annual statement of the above named Insurance Corn- filed in my office, as required by Section 5264, C. S. 1920. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand andI affixed my seal of office the 20th day of Sept., 1953. / FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner 15.22-29-..Nev. 5.12-19, / and Mrs. Jay Mayberry and W. O.' Mayberry, Francis McDonald of Belle Fourche was a caller of Jay May- berry Saturday afternoon. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Da- vid Petersen and Diana, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayber'ry, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clark and Albert Perino were social callers of Mr. and Mrs. Lesley Simpson and Bud. THREE R, M Mr. and Mrs. Rawl Robinson were business callers in Belle Fourche on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Raber were in Belle Fourche and Spearfish on Saturday. While in Spearfish they called at the Tommy Thompson home. Gene Cox and a friend who have been visiting the Frank Ridinger, Sr. home left on Tuesday morning for their home in Rising Sun, Maryland. Peggy Horton and Jim Sigman were recently married at Sturgis. Mrs. Sigrnan is teacher at the Robinson school. They visited in Sturgis over the weekend. A-3c Donald Roberts and Alice Neilson visited at the Frank Rid- inger home Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mauphin were business callers in Belle Fourche on Saturday. Mrs. Clinton Hoffman called at the Ed Foster home Tuesday. Several of the people of the neighborhood have been having a siege of the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Roberts, Don- ald and Diana were Monday visi- tors at the Junior Ridinger home. Donald is spending a furlough at home and will leave the 9th for the Brooks AFB, Texas. Mrs. Junior Ridinger and children accompan- ied them home for a few days visit. Marie Raber celebrated her '" THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. October 15, 1955 fourth birthday on Saturday. A-3c Donald Roberts called at the Rawl Robinson home on Mon- day. Edward Foster was a brief call- er at the Frank Ridinger home. Clyde Raber trucked his lambs to market on Tuesday, and the Ridinger's trucked their lambs on Wednesday. Rawl Robinson and Clyde Raber put a flag pole up at the school house the last of the week. Garland Foster was a business caller in Belle Fourche Thursday and Friday. 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