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October 31, 1957

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E M SOIL 'J' OUR STRENGTH Just You don't even have to guess what season it is around these parts. If the dust on the roads don't give you the clue, just stop for a second arLd look over any hill side. Those red spots aren't measles. Did you ever see so many hunters? With so many guns? Chasing so many deer? .... I wonder how many hunters we have in the country. Did you ever try to give it a guess? Why, I'll bet, that if you lined up all the hunt- ers, shoulder to shoulder, guns across their backs, cars behind them, standing in a straight line, across the Red Desert between Rawlins and Rock Springs, it would be quite a sight and a darn good thing! .... I'd feel a lot more secure out beating the brush (I'd be the one standing down about Wamsutter! ) .... Some hunt for fun. Some for the lust of the kill, some for meat, some, because it is a challange, excitement, rest, relaxation, fel- plus tax Carries 52 feminine travel needsl Removable piast|c tray] Smart brass locks, spacious pocketsl Luxury linings, fully washabfel 6 beautiful "better- than-leather" finishes wipe clean with a damp cloth! Stream Lite Train Case Regularly $17.50 e Regularly $22.50 Belle Fourche, S. D. lowship .... Any excuse is valid and good for a hunting trip. Can you think of anything that will bring old friends (and new bottles) to- gether from a greater distance than a chance to spend a few days out chasing through the trees? I know a guy (SCS Agronomist for the State of Montana) who is a top notch hunter and an excellent marksman. Know why he comes down from Missoula?... To cook! .... Honest! .... Heck with the hunting! Hope no one ever asks me why I like to hunt (they wouldn't be- lieve my answer)... I've got a very special reason... I read a Biologists report on wild life. He says, "When wild life are fully protect- ed they increase in numbers rap- idly. They soon reach the carrying capacity of the range or woods and should be harvested. Failure to remove the excess will result in over grazing and the destruction of their natural food. Enroachment of crop land, disease, and starva- tion of large numbers of individ- ual animals (me too) during the winter ensue." Well? .... Besides, I can't think of any- thing I'd rather do than to help the State Game and Fish Commission in a worth while project ..... Windy IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT The State of Wyoming ) )ss. County of Crook ) Notice for Publication of Time Appointed for Proving Will, etc. In the Matter of the Estate of Orville M. Lincoln, Deceased. To all persons interested in-said Estate; Notice is hereby given, that Tuesday, the 12th day of November, 1957, at 10 o'clock, A.M. of said day, at the Court Room of said Court, in the County of Crook has been appoint- ed as the time and place for prov- ing the Will of said Orville M. Lincoln deceased and for hearing the application of Evelyn Lincoln for the issuance to her of Letters of Administration With the Will Annexed, when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same. Dated this 7th day of October, 1957. Marion Cure, Clerk (SEAL) Reynolds and Lathrop, Attorneys Oct. 10-17-24-31. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blakeman and boys and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blakeman had Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dennis and family of New Haven. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bond were Mrs. Bond's parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sund of Rapid City. Mrs. Leslie Jones, Mrs. Milton Gray and Gary and Mrs. Andrew Clark and children were Monday callers in Spearfish. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Roberts en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ralston and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schelldorf at din- ner in their home Saturday eve- ning. ii:i ~ii~ "BUTCH" MOORE--MISS BASKETBALL "CAMERA CLOWN'N"--DOING A NIFTY BALANCE VS. (Undefeated This Season) SUNDANCE GYMNASICM - 8:00 P.M. ADMISSION: Adults - 90e Children - 50e Benefit High School Athletic Fund to welcome you to the of the a Ph. 3-1182 Sundance, WY' II Town &Country Tires Chains Windshield Wipers Anti-Freeze George and Adrian