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CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION i COMMISSIONER'S STATE OF WYOMING the Year Ending March 1, Cheyenne, Wyoming, March 1, 1953. IS HEREBY CERTIFIED, the MANUFACTURERS FIRE INSURANCE a Corporation organ- the laws of the STATE ISLAND, whose prin- office is located at PROVI- RHODE ISLAND, has with all the laws of this so far as the requirements of are applicable to said and having paid into this sum of TWENTY FIVE the said Company is here- to transact business FIRE AND ALLIED LINES Company within the ~f Wyoming, subject to the and requirements of the until the first day of in the year of our Lord, thousand nine hundred and FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commission:r 6, sons why You should Buy this! iRIG DA' R Automatic Washer 1, Lifetime Porcelain Finlsh ! tl n ~' Live-Water Ac o ! ~' Float-Over Rinsing ! 4. Rapldry Spin S, E~ccluslve Select.O-Dial 6. Unimatic Mechanism Built and backed ** by General Motors 299.75 N EASY TraMS . Come in Now l a Demonstration ! Mac's il lectr~c Fourche, S. D. CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, STATE OF WYOMING For the Year Ending March 1, 1954. Cheyenne, Wyoming, August 26, 1953. IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED, That the LAFAYETTE LIFE IN- SURANCE COMPANY, a Corpora- tion organized under the laws of the STATE OF INDIANA, whose principal office is located at LA- FAYETTE, INDIANA, has com- plied with all the laws of this State, so far as the requirements of said laws are applicable to said Company, and having paid into this office the sum of FIFTY Dol- lars the said Company is hereby, authorized to transact business as a LIFE Insurance Company within the State of Wyoming, subject to the provisions and requirements of the said laws, until the first day of March, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and Fifty Four. FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner iiuu~l~n Creek (Last Week) Bruce McClarren of Delta, Ohio is staying at the E. B. Chatfield home while looking about for feed- er cattle. _,,Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman were Thursday callers and Deane Bryan and Willis Hughes were Friday callers at the Chatfield home and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ewing were Sunday dinner guests. Nic Schweim has returned from a trip to Washington and other points in the northwest. He visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mitts and. family in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kisesr were Saturday afternoon visitors at the Wyman Bushnell home. Wyman and Gene Hindman were transact- ing business in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cummings and twin daughters went to Ro- chester, Minn. Monday of last week for their daughter, Pauline to go through the Mayo clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Cole and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Richards and children of Oshoto were Sunday dinner guests at the Chas. Chat- field home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ewing of Rozet were callers Sun- day morning and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graham of Kara Creek were visit- ors during the week. Miss Jennie Rathbun spent the weekend with home folks. Surveyors from Moorcroft were working at the Reuben Hindman ranch Saturday. Joe Englehaupt was a supper guest and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Howes were Sunday guests of the Hindman family. Everett Laughlin, his sister and husband and Mr. Lamb of Dallas, Illinois visited at the Gene Hind- man home several days during the week. Gene, his mother and their guests were at the home of Mrs. Bill Bushnell and Ray Potter for supper and the evening Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wells and Sundanee, Wyo. Oct. 22, 1953 children of Gillette spent Saturday at the Reuben Hindman home sev- eral days during the week. Gene, his mother and their guests were at the home of Mrs. Bill Bushnell and Ray Potter for supper and the evening Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wells and children of Gillette spent Saturday at the Reuben Hindman home. Cap Rauth and Lloyd Cole trucked sheep to Belle Fourche Monday. Mrs. Rauth,. the child- ren and Miss Amy Troxel attended the Drive.In Theater in Spearfish Sunday evening. iii i H iw ROY H. CAMERON Land and Mineral Surveyor Water Right Engineering Phone 3670R 3603 Hall SL Rapid City, S. D. 37 Reg!stered Hereford Bul Yeari,ngs and Two Year Olds i i The. Nineteenth Sale of The , i Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association Monday, 1 I November 9I s,,ow a,,..m. / / a'ea**'O0 / / undance, Wyoming l / Choice Animals from the Herds of Eight ~ Northeastern Wyo. Hereford Assn, Members I I V~rFn~::;:~uH~mAzr~R~1:hd~er~.~:dn~SH~;:~?L~:;~;;eOkrm~eL~f;~;a"ch I / 4' FREE BARBECUE AT NOON I / H.B. Sager, Audi,eer Kenneth Faulkne:, Judp i