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Mooreroft Last Week Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simpson and family visited relatives and friends in Colorado last week, returning home Tuesday. They are the proud possessors of a new Dodge car and said they really enjoyed this trip, breaking it in. Pythian Sisters Hold Regular Meeting Pythian Sisters held their regu- lar meeting Tuesday evening with 12 members present. After the business meeting the hostesses,! Mrs. Juanita Seimers and Miss Florence Hall, served the refresh- ments. Due to the fact our Grand Chief will make her official visit on Oct. 21, we will meet on that night instead of Oct. 20th, our regular meeting night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watt of Buffalo Creek were visitors in town Wednesday. Mrs. Watt states she hopes to be able to have the casts removed from her arms next week, after her injury in a fall. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson were visitors in Moorcroft and Gillette Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Harding left Wednesday to spend a few days in Laramie on business. Mr. and Mrs. Cy Russell spent a couple days in Sheridan this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart visited relatives in Sheridan over the weekend. d Mr. and Mrs. Cranston and Mrs. Pierce have been visiting relatives and friends in Iowa the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Cranston returned home Wednesday but Mrs. Pierce remained in Grand Island to visit for another week. Mr. and Mrs. Cranston and Mr. and Mrs. Gray of Rozet left Thurs- day for a hunting trip to Jackson Hole. We are wishing them luck. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Dickenson ! Men in the Service Nearing completion of his train- ing with the 6th Armored Division at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. is Pvt. i James L. Hedrick, son of Mr. and! Mrs. H. W. Hedrick of Sundance. I At the Missouri camp, Hedrick was instructed in the use of pow- er tools, construction of fixed and floating bridges and additional combat skills. ,w [and baby were visitors Thursday at the Voy Cox home. Card Club Notes Mrs. Ellen Russell was hostess last Thursday evening to the card club. Three tables of 500 were played during the evening. High score was won by Mrs. Della Ste- wart, low by Mrs. Bertha Kimsey and traveling by Mrs. Inez Noonan. At the close of the games the hostess served refreshments. Bobbie Maey of Upton and Phil Whisler of Rapid City enjoyed an outing to the Big Horns last week. They caught some very nice trout. Ben Caulkins of Kansas City, visited friends in town Saturday. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OFFICE OF INSIJRANCE COMMISSIONER Cheyenne, Wyoming, Sept. 3q, 1953 New World Life Insurance Company 618 Second Avenue, Seattle 4, Washington Business In Wyoming For the Year Ending December 31st, 1952. Insurance Written ................................................................. NONE Gross premiums received ............................................................ NONE Losses paid ............................................................................... NONE Losses incurred ........................................................................ NONE Total admitted assets ................................ $27,689,586.50 Liabilities except capital ........................ $25,856,984.86 Capital Stock paid up .............................. 1,134.500.00 Surplus over Liabilities ......................... 698,101.64 $27,689,586.50 $27,689,586.50 Income during year ending Dec. 31st, 1952 $4,499,530.41 Disbursement for year ending Dec. 31, 1952 $2,799,869.43 STATE OF WYOMING ) )ss. County of Laramie ) I, FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner of the State of Wyo- ming, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a condensed, statement of the annual statement of the above named Insurance Corn-I pany, filed in my office, as required by Section 5264, C. S. 1920. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office the 30th day of Sept., 1953. FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner October 15-22-29--Nov. 5-12-19. FOR SALE Coming Two-Year-Old BULLS These bulls are a few which I have reserved for sale and are real good quality. Prices are Reasonable Come Out and Look Them Over L H. Robinson Moorcroft, Wyo. [He is an old time resident of the ! Sundance area and had been visit- ing there for a short while. He was a passenger on the train for Kansas City, to resume his duties Monday as a mechanic in a garage. Mr. and Mrs. Al Harding return- Sunday afternoon after attending to business in Laramie the past several days. Mrs. Raudsep and son Albert were shopping in town Saturday. Mrs. Rich Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Krause, Mrs. Hans Kummerfeld and Mrs. Fred Kum- merfeld and daughter, Besca were visitors in town Saturday. Floyd Mewhirter was shopping in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Ensign were Sunday visitors at the Smels- er home near Gillette. Mrs. Orville Jones of Carlile was a visitor Saturday at the Ves- ser home. Mrs. Ralph Church of Gillette is a patient at the General Rose Memorial hospital in Denver. We are wishing her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Church have operated the Church's Drive Inn all sum- mer. Mrs. Cecil Hughes and sons of Sundanee visited several days last week at the Clyde Hughes home. Four Corners Last Week Quite a number of people from here attended the W. E. White sale Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Perino and sons and Kirth Koski were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perino and family Tuesday. Edward Pzinski and Bob Allen attended the Sturgis Livestock sale Tuesday. Bill Howard was a caller of Albert Perino Saturday morning. Mrs. Felix Perino, Mary and Bob were business callers in New- castle Wednesday. i Kirth Koski returned to his ~ome in Newcastle Wednesday morning. He had been the house- guest of Leo Perino Jr. since Fri- day. Mrs. Bob Allen and Pat were THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Oct. 22, 1953 social callers of Mrs. Edward Pzinski and Beverly Kay Wednes- day. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry were callers in Sundance Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lindsey were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wocicki and family. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kudlock and Nancy were callers of Mr. and Mrs. John Perino Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lissolo and Blanche Anfin were Sunday eve- ning dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Perino. Personal Items Bedroom beauty in Bay City knotty white pine at Dusek's in Rapid City. Mrs. Everett Shipek attended a luncheon for members of the For- est Service Wive's club at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Tabor in Deadwood Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haselton of Sheridan arrived in Sundance Monday and will spend the next few days visiting friends in and around Sundance. The Haseltons will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hooper during their stay in Sundanee. Mrs. Joe Durfee and Mrs. Bill Durfee were shopping in Dead- wood Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Necklason accompanied by Herman Johnson of Sterling, Colorado were Sunday visitors at the Harry Davis home. Mrs. Frank Shewey, Mrs. Joe Durfee, Mrs. B. B. Durfee and Mrs. Elfriede Sehloredt attended the meeting and banquet of the Upton Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star Ostober 14. Mrs. Irene Taliaferro of Rock Springs, worthy grand matron of OES was making her official visit at that time. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hudson and Mrs. E. J. Pickering of Gillette were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Huckins Sunday. 1951 Chevrolet Stylellne Deluxe 4 door, P~Werglide, motor completely overhauled $1295 1949 Plymouth Convertible Coupe $795 1946 Ford 2 door sedan $495 1950 DeSoto 5 Passenger Coupe Fluid Drive $975 1949 Chevrolet Fleetline Deluxe 4 door sedan exceptionally clean, 21,000 actual miles. $995 1946 Ford 5 passenger coupe, V-~; Hallowe'en is traditionally a time for parties and funmaking so make your plans for October 3l now. Visit our Hallowe'en department, won't you[ You'll find everything you need to celebrate Hal- lowe'en. Sorry we don~t have any hobgoblins, ~vitches or ba~s, but we do have: ~, ~~~y.~ -kNoisemakers "k Masks Support Your Firemen's Ball October 31 "k Jack O'Lanterns Sundance Pharmacy Phone 36 Sundance, Wyo. ion, motor completely overhauled. $885 OK Used Trucks 1944 Dodge Long Wheelbase, 1~ ton, good rubber $615 1947 Chevrolet Panel 3~ew Motor $750 1951 Chevrolet 1/~ Ton Pickup 16,000 actual miles- $1250 1947 GMC, 1 tolt Dual Wheels, Graia Box $665 1946 Chevrolet Ton Pickup $425 Circle S Chevrolet Wyoo