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October 22, 1953

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CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION INSURANCE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, STATE OF WYOMING For the Year Ending March 1, 1954. Cheyenne, Wyoming, September 3, 1953. IT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED That the HEALTH SERVICE, IN- CORPORATED, a Corporation or- ganized under the laws of the STATE OF ILLINOIS, whose prin- cipal office is located at CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, has complied with all the laws of this State, so far as the requirements of said laws are ap- plicable to said Company, and hav- ing paid into this office the sum of FIFTY Dollars the said Compa- ny is hereby authorized to transact business as a ACCIDENT AND HEALTH Insurance Company with- in 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 lnyan Kara Last Week Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lull of Denver, Colo. and Mr. and Mrs. Garsol ~Sherwood of Washington, have been visiting the past week at the Frank Tinkeom home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little and sons were supper guests last Sun- day at the Marshall Nussbaum's. Leonard and Robert Peterson were callers at the Clifton Clarks one day last week. Mrs. Marshall Nussbaum and daughters visited Mrs. Wesley Nussbaum last Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peterson and family were callers last Mon- day at the George Water's. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Olah were Friday evening guests at the David Peterson's. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Hanson and family were business callers in Belle Fourche Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little were supper guests last Friday at the Calvin Hayward's Mr. and Mrs. Byron Nussbaum and family of Pine Bluffs arrived Friday evening to visit the Mar- shall Nussbaum's. They left Sat- urday evening to visit the Wesley Nussbaum's. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Necklason and Jack and Betty Mae Nussbaum were als~ Friday supper guests at Nussbaum's. Herman Johnson of Colorado Springs is visiting at the Reuben Necklason home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert'*~raig and son of Spearfish were callers Sat- urday evening at the Andrew Pet- erson's. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Necklason were callers in Upton Saturday afternoon and visited Mr. and Mrs. Garsol Sherwood. That evening the Necklasons were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Necklason i in Gillette. Mr. and Mrs. David Peterson and] daughter were Sunday afternoon[ callers at the Virgil Dyer's. Mr.[ and Mrs. Steve Demyan and :lulius~ Demyan were supper guests. [ Sunday guests at the Leonard] Peterson's were Lewis George Peterson, OHver Clark and Miss Myrna Mae Butts. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinkcom spent Sunday at Buffalo, So. Dak. visiting the Vernon Nussbaum's. Sunday guests at the Reuben Necklason's were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baldwin and ~amily oi~ Newcastle, Ilone Williamson and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lee Welln~n. Mrs. Virgil Dyer was a social caller Monday afternoon at Mrs. Louis Olah's. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Nussbaum were supper guests at the Tom Davis' Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Clark and NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER Cheyenne, Wyoming, Sept. 30, 1953 North Central Life Insurance Co. ~ndicott-on-Fourth, St. Paul 1, Minnesota 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 ........................... $1,436,414.16 Liabilities except capital .............. $ 962,974.82 Capital Stock paid up 200,549.77 Surplus over Liabilities 272,889.57 $1,436,414.16 $1,436,414.16 Income during year ending Dec. 31st, 1952 Disursement for year ending Dec. 31st, 1952 498,809.42 552,03801 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 Comp- any, filed in my office, as required by Section 5264, S. S. 1920. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand end affixed my seal of office the 30th day of Sept, A. D., 1953. FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner October 15-22-29---Nov. 5-12-19. :daughter went to Rapid City Mon- day to visit Mrs. Chester Clark who is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Livingston land family were Monday evening callers at the Carl Mayer's. Gerry Nussbaum spent the week end with Sanda Lea Mayer. Marshall Nussbaum and girls were Monday callers at the Reuben Necklason's and Carl Mayers. Christmas Tree String of popcorn and cranber. rles, chains of colored.paper loops, and walnut shells wrapped In tin. foil or gold paper, all make effec- five Christmas tree decorations. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Oct. 22, Symptoms of Distress Arising STOMACH ULCER vu,.TO EXCESS ACI QUICK REUEF OR NO Over five million packages of the "rmzA~M'r have been sold fo symptonm of distre~ arising ] and Duodenal Uleers poor Digestion, $Qur or Upset | Gassiness, Heartburn, $1esi etc., due to r~eN4; Acid. As', Mees~e'~ which fully explains this able home treatment--frev--at LEE'S PHARMACY Serve the whiskey \ that's"Cheerful as its Name" ~.~ FULLY AGED , EN CKY .,.,G.r BOURBON WHISKEY .-Sunny Brook.-, THIS WHISKEY IS 4 YEARS OLD.86 PROOF.THE OLD SUNNY BROOK COMPANY. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY # Admission: 75c Per Person Sponsored by Sundance Volunteer Fire Department Sundance Coffe e Legion Hall Sat., October 31 Funds to Purchase Resuscitator