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e Here Monq transportation, and sale of oil, Barbara of Gillette were Monday Funeral services for Mrs. Wilma gas, minerals, and allied products afternoon visitors at the Chas. Lincoln Klein, a former Sundance thereof; to borrow money and to Chatfield home. resident, were held Monday after- issue evidence of indebtedness, noon at the Methodist church in either secured or unsecured, from Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman Sundance. Mrs. Klein died Oct. time to time, for furthering the and Joe Engelhaupt attended the 22 at Albuquerque, N.M. objects and purposes of this car- Olson sale Monday. The Engel- The Rev. Levi Louderback con- poration; to enter into contracts haupt family were Monday supper ducted the services. Mrs. Richard and carry on any business what- guests at the ttindman home. Mr. Hooper and Mrs. Tom Hooper soever which this corporation may and Mrs. Hindman and Carol at- sang "Ivory Palaces" and "Beyond deem proper or convenient in :con- tended the Farm Bureau Pancake the Sunset." Burial was in Mt. nection with the foregoing object- supper Friday evening. Mrs. Wm. Moriah cemetery under the direc- ires and purposes, which may pro- Reinhold, Eldon and Elizabeth of Lion of the C. D. Roberts Funeral mote the interests of this corpor- Buhl, Idaho visited a couple of Home. ation, including buying, owning, days at the Hindman home. Mrs. Stanley Wegner and children of Wilma Lincoln was born Dee. or selling the stock of this corpor- Wheatland were weekend visitors. 28, 1903 on Williams Divide to ation. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Lincoln. She The capitalization of this corpor- Mr. and Mrs. Hindman and Mrs. attended the Sundance schools, arian is $100,000.00, represented Reinhold were visitors at the Alex Black Hills Teachers College, Uni- by 10,000 shares of common stock Smith home the latter part of the week. They also were at the versity of Wyoming and the Uni- only of the par value of $10.00 Reinhold ranch where Mrs. Rein- versity of Omaha. She received per share. her Master's Degree from the Uni- The term of existence of this hold looked after their interests. versity of New Mexico. corporation is 50 years. Mr. and Mrs. Hindman attended From 1922 to 1932 she taught The management of the affairs the Ealy sale Tuesday and were school at Ardmore, Whitewood and business of this corporation callers at the Palmer Hegge home and St. Onge, S. D. For four years shall be in a board of three direc- Tuesday evening. she did office work under Civil tars, and the names of the direc- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sehelldorf Service at Omaha. In 1936, she tars who have been selected for and children were Thursday supper began teaching in the Indian Ser- the first year are: guests of Mrs. John Schelldorf and vice in New Mexico and taught C.N. Tenderholt Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard there until her death. Willis L. Jallen Newman of Kansas City were She was a member of the Pres- Lawrence Haluska hunting guests at the Schelldorf i" and other minerals, and allied Mrs. Ed Sanford spent Saturday the Wyman Bushnell home the Sundance, Wyo. Oct. $1_~ products thereof; to own, build with Mrs. Sam Rice. Mrs. Rice latter part of the week. purchase, or lease buildings, im- was among those who attended the A handmade door bolt frox~..a provements, equipment, and all Olson sale Monday. She and Bob An Indian ceremonial knife stage station on the Black 1~.~ personal property customarily and Rice attended the Ealy sale during made of buffalo horn is on exhibit Stage Line may be seen in ~e reasonably required for the ex- the previous week. in the Wyoming State Museum in Russell Thorp collection in file ploration, drilling, production, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Graham and Cheyenne. Wyoming State Museum. byterian church, National Educa- The principal location of busi- home several days during the Lion Association of the United hess operations and the principal week. States, Eastern Star Chapter No. office of this corporation is to be Walter Thune and Richard Paul- 95 in Whitewood and Pi Lambda in Aladdin, Wyoming, and the cheski of Bowman, N. D., uncle Theta, national educational soror- Agent in charge thereof is F. R. and cousin of Richard Snider were Ity. Crago, Sundance, Wyoming. weekend visitors at the Snider Her mother died in 1929 and IN WITNESS HEREOF, This home. R. S. Thompson and hunt- her father in 1951. corporation has caused the fore- ing party from Minnesota were She is survived by her husband, going notice to be executed this weekend hunters. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Klein, Albuquerque; 29th day of October, 1957. Robert Stanton and family and one sister, Mrs. Agnes Radcliffe, C & W MINING CO., INC. Delores Whitehead of Rapid City ; Sheridan; four uncles - Frank, Willis L. Jallen, were Saturday overnight guests. i Henry and Nathan Lincoln, all of President. Mr. and Mrs. Snider attended the Sundance, and George Lincoln, Se- Oct. 31; Nov. 7-14. Ealy and Olson sales during the attle, Wash.; two aunts - Mrs. Mar- week. Houston Creek (Oct. 31) Mrs. Reuben Hindman and Mrs. Veach Bushnell were among those who attended the shower for Mrs. Paul Smith Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mc- Elwain. Mrs. Wm. Reinhold was a caller Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kirkle of Recluse, Wyo., were weekend vis- itors at ,the Wilford Kennedy home. Mrs. Mamie McAnally and Bruce Hooper were brief Sunday callers. Mrs. Wm. Reinhold visited at garet Chambard, Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Webster Davis, Cambria, Minn.; and other relatives. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Notice is hereby given that C & W MINING CO., INC., a corpor- ation, has been incorporated under the laws of the State of Wyoming, and that copies of the certificate of iacorporation have been filed in the offices of the Secretary of State of Wyoming and of the Coun- ty Clerk of Crook County, Wyo- ming. The objects and purposes for which this corporation is formed are: To buy, sell, own, hold, and lease real property and interests therein; to drill and explore far, mine, produce, and sell oil, gas, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfield and Miss Ruth Frolander attended the Ealy and Olson sales the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Chatfield attended a membership meeting of the Farm Bureau at the Frolander home Sunday evening. They attended the pancake supper at the Divide hall Friday evening. They were accompanied by Eva June Chat- field. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Chat- field, Cheyrl, Nancy and Eddie Ray Chatfield also attended. Mrs. Marion Thompson of Lander and Mrs. Amos Ewing were Monday afternoon callers and Mrs. Geo. Terry was a Sunday caller at the Chatfield home. to the L astern Wyoming II II I The sale of the Northeastern Wyoming llereford Association will be held in Sun- dance Saturday. As at other sales in the past we're happy to extend a welcome to everyone of the Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association you can't drive a NEW CHEVROLET WE'LL MAKE YOUR PRESENT CAR LOOK LIKE NEW lS GENUINE 15.7 CU. FT. Our Complete Does the Trick ----We Featur ,, BEAR FRONT END ALIGNMENT AND WHEEL BALANCING L0W DOWN PAYMENT -- EASY TERMS Dee])fTeeze, The Most Famous Name In Freezers No~ Gives You The Greatest Value in Deepfree HistorY' Greater capacity per dollar Lower operating costs Better performance Longe~' life 5-year warranty on Freezer. 3-year warranty against food spoilage" DEEPFREEZE FOOD FREEZERS are made enly by Amana DON TAKE LESS THAN THE BEST WHEN THE BEST COSTS SO MUCH LESS! Phone 3-1015 Sundanee