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IN DISTRICT COURT 81XT, H JUDICIAL DISTRICT of Wyoming ) )ss. of Crook ) Lhe Matter of the Estate of W. GRIFFITH, also as C. W. GRIFFITH, ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE petition of Alma Griffith, attorney, having been filed this court showing that notice creditors has been duly publish- and an inventory and appraise- duly returned herein, alleg- all of the property of this is exempt to her under the of the State of Wyoming, as widow of the above nam- and electing to take .of said property in lieu of spe- exemptions allowed her by and praying that the whole said estate, consisting of the described property, to- Lots 3, 4, SNW~, Sec. 3; Lots 1, 2, SNE~A, Sec. 4; all in T. 51 N., R. 66 W. 6th 1~. M.; and SNE1A, E $Wz, SE~A, Sec. 33, T. 52 I~., R. 66 W. 6th P,M.; all in Crook County, Wyoming; All interest of the decedent as Lessor in that certain Ex- Ploration and Mining Lease oa the above described prem- ~he:, dated August 25, 1952, to Homestake Mining Com- Pany as Lessee, as recorded ~..~e office of the County Clerk of Crook County, Wyo- ming, on September 22, 1952, in Book 4 of Photos at page 125; 3 cows and 2 spring calves, bearing the brand hereinafter described. Y The Wlivestock brand; 1949 Ford -ton pickup, motor No. 98RC163164; US Grazing lease, Serial No. Buf- falo 036337; all of which is appraised at less than the total amount of exemp- tions allowed her by law as sur- viving widow, be set over to her as exempt; IT IS HEREBY ORDERED That all persons interested in the said estate be and they are hereby required to appear before the Judge of the above court at the court house in the, court room at Sundance, Crook County, Wyom- ing, on the 9th day of November 1953, at the hour of 1O:00 o'clock a.m. and show cause if ahy they have why the property hereinabove described and all thereof should not be set over to Alma Griffith as her absolute property. Done in open court this 28 day of September, 1953. Preston T. McAvoy, District Judge. Scotty Gladstone, Attorney Oct. 8-15-22. Typewriter Ribbons at The Times NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER Cheyenne, Wyoming, Sept. 30, 1953 Manufacturers Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 1500 Turks Head Bldg., Providence, Rhode Island ~hless In Wyoming For the Year Ending December 31st, 1952. ~,. Urance written ............................................ NONE ~reet Gross premiums received less returns on cancell- ~. ations 396.63 lrect Losses paid":-~::::::~:}~::~:::::--::----::'------:~---~::~-':---.~."~= NONE beet Losses incurred ........................................ NONE ~otal admitted assets .................. $75,792,923.62 Liabilities except cap i~l-~.___~} ............ $36,636,03583 Capital Stock paid up ............................ NONE SUrplus over Liabilities ....................... $39,156,$87.79 $75,792,923.62 $75,792,923.62 ~Corae during year ending 31st, 1952 $30,120,132.41 December ZSbursement for year ending December 31st, 1952 $25,828,148.34 ~TATE OF WYOMING ~ ) )ss. CoUaty of Laramie ) I, FORD S. TAFT, Insurance Commissioner of the State of Wyo- ag, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a condensed teraent of the annual statement of the above named Insurance Com- aaY, 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. Selling 75 BULLS FROM 16 TOP HEREFORD HERDS IN OUR ANNUAL FALL SHOW and SALE 1:30 P.M. Wed. 1:00 P.M. Thurs. OCT. 28 -- OCT. 29 Lusk, Wyoming ABSOLUTELY THE CREAM OF OUR 1958 BULL CROP--BULLS WITH THE BREEDING, SIZE AND TQUALITY TO ADD BOTH POUNDS AND DOLLARS 0 YOUR FEEDER OUTPUT. Your Chance to Fill Your Bull Needs at the Price You Want to Pay CENTRAL HEREFORD ASS'N For Sale Catalog Write Si West, Lusk,, ,Wyo. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others interest- ed in the estate of Keith Grubb, deceased, take notice that the un- dersigned administrator of said es- tate will, on or before the 26th day of October, 1953, file in the office of the Clerk of Court of Crook County, Wyoming, his final account and petition for distribu- tion of said estate, where any one interest~'d may examine such ac- count and petition and file objec- tions thereto in writing at any time before the 6th day of Novem- ber, 1953, and if no objections are ~iled thereto, he will make final settlement of said estate on the 9th day of November, 1953, or as mon thereafter as the matter may be heard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming, this 3Oth day of September, 1953. FRANCIS C. GRUBB, Administrator Scotty Gladstone, Attorney Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22. KARA CREEK Last Week After having come home without their elk from Jackson Hole, Fred Tschetter and Lee Thompson de- cided to try again at the Big Horns, for which place they left Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dillavou and family of Aladdin and Mr. and Mrs Leonard Wegner of Sundance were Sunday dinner guests at their folks. Page Thorn had dinner at old home place, Hill Crest Ranch Friday. Had a very lovely rain Friday, 1 THE SUNDANCE TIMES but it didn't last long enough. ] Sundanee, Wyo. Oct. 22, 1953 Fred Mohler is working for/ Zimmerschied and Mrs. ArtI I Art Slat'l' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mills and Zimmerschied ois teaching the family visited around Gillette er sch#ol. Sunday. SEE THE ---- Item of the Month for October IN OUR WINDOW SPECIAL ON ---- Box Springs-Mattresses Headboard Frey's "The Home of Nationally Advertised Home Furnishings" Belle Fourche South Dakota "Bigger pies, not smaller slices" We ran across a new word the other day..."demographer." That's a research man who studies statistics on births, deaths, populations. Well, it seems the United States will have 20 million more people aboard by 1960, or thereabouts. Logical enough. We gained 20 million people in the forties. Bigger pies are the order of the day. In the electrical industry, for instance, men with sharp pencils have figured that demand for electric power will have doubled during the decade ending in 1960. More power equipment is there- fore needed. More electrical machinery for industry. And better pies. Americans insist on better products, year by year. Somebody has to pioneer things. Looking ahead for five, ten, fifteen years--creating new and better products and improving old ones--that is the business of General Electric. For seventy-five years progress has been our most important product. The babies who come into the world today won't want smaller slices of the world's goods and opportunities. Or even the same slice. They'll want more. Wait and see. l~othing less is worth planning for by the people who must; organize for the future. It's no job for pessimists. GENERAL @ ELECTRIC)