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Kickbush Thanksgiving Day News Mrs. Leslie Sipe and children of Glendive, Mont. and Mr. and Mrs. Orin Sipe spent the day with B. F. Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sip Ross Butts is spending a few days in Cheyenne consulting a doctor for his asthma. They are living in Sundance this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Simon and Alvin were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Shepperson in Upton. Thanksgiving day visitors at the John Miller home were their son, Tommy, who is attending the Uni- versity in Laramie, Larry Mc- Laughlin, Patsy Tscheter, Art and Donald Bunny, John Moline and family of Kimball, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Reynolds, Ed- die and Phil, Mr. and Mrs. Loy Stordahl and children, Mrs. Eliza- beth Yore and Mrs. Simmons were visitors at the Woodrow Vore home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hansen and family of Belle Fourche, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fowler, Jr. and daugh- ter enjoyed the day with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fowler, Sr. and Guy. Those spending the day with the David Seeleys were Mr. and Mrs. Kinsley Boice of Spearfish, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kipp and children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Williams and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Emory George. Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Hawken and children were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Schlup. Charlie Plato, who is attending school ii Denver, arrived home Thursday to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delos Plato. Other members of the family present were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Plato and son and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Banks of Spearfish were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Coke Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Buresh and family were callers at the Claude Banks home Friday. Mrs. Jessie Sommers of Spear- fish entertained her daughter, Mrs. Orville Lincoln and family. We are having cold weather and snow at this time making it neces- sary for people to feed their cattle. Alva The Beaver Creek Homemakers club held their November meeting' at the Alva schoolhouse. Delia French was hostess and Mary Fleming cohostess. Five members were present. Margy Davis and Eue Svoboda gave an interesting demonstration on the making of various kinds of sweet rolls and holiday breads. Mrs. Jim Gordon and her son, Walter, flew to the Oscar Nilson home where they were dinner guests on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Collins had as dinner guests on Thanks- giving their three children and their families and Mrs. Collins' brother, George Stockton. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mennell and family of Buffalo, Wyo. were call- ers at the Dillon Ruland and Jim Gordon homes on Saturday eve- ning. On Wednesday Walter Gordon assisted Max Osborne to locate missing sheep by airplane. Mr. and Mrs. John Pehringer and a friend from Buffalo, Wya. were holiday guests at the Adam Pehringer home. Callers at the Jim Gordon home last week were Eddie and Roger :Svoboda and R. K. Middlemas and family. Holiday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell French and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wenzel were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bovee of Hart Mt., Wyo., Mr. and Mrs. Walter i Wenzel and family of Enning, S. 'D., Mrs. Kate Wenzel and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Potter of Nemo, S. D. Beulah Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Mills, Sr. had the misfortune to tip their trailer house over on their way to Texas. The accident happened near LaMar, Colo. when a strong wind caught the trailer house and caused it to go off the road. Mrs. Mills received a cut on one limb, but no one was seriously hurt, although considerable damage was done to the trailer. Mrs. Eddy Cessna and boys went to Lead, S. D. on Wednesday where little Tommy had his eyes tested. Mrs. Hannah Armstrong enter- tained several guests at her home on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews were among those in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mills had as dinner guests on Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons and family and Mr. Dick Metzel. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Frank Tauck home were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Island and fami- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sellers, Deadwood, Mrs. Hazel Follum and Allen from Carpenter, Mrs. Lillian Nelson, Mrs. Naomi Spaulding and Jerry, Miss Anne Guidinger, Mrs. Louise Summers, Mr. Snyder and Ella, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Follum and family, Spearfish, and Robert Kreger, Rapid City. Mr. and Mr Eddy Cessna and sons were dinner guests Thanks- giving day at Mr. Cessna's parents Sundanee, Wyo. Dec. 1, 1955 home in Belle Fourche. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wendt were hosts Thanksgiving day to Mr..and Mrs. Preston Mitchell and family and Calvin Gaebler. The Homestake men from Mos- kee moved their loading equipment over to Rochford, S. D. this week and cut and loaded a Christmas tree to be sent to President Eis- enhower. Walter Mathews took quite ill on Friday and was taken to Belle Fourche to the hospital. He is somewhat improved. Mrs. Clifford Island, Frank and Donny spent a few days visiting at the Frank Tauck home this week. Mrs. Hazel Follum and Mrs. Lillian Nelson spent some time visiting also. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman were dinner guests Thanksgiving day at the Frank Blakeman home in Sundance. "Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Dennis and sons were also dinner guestS. Afternqon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Merl Blakeman, Jerry and Jean from Sheridan. On Saturday evening the Merle Blakeman and Frank Blakeman families were supper guests at the Gerald Blakeman home in Beulah. Mrs. Bert Mathews accompanied Mrs. Clifford Island to Rapid City on Friday and became acquainted with her new great grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mills and girls were visiting Sunday at the Dick Metzel home near Alva. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Crago and Bob were Mr. and Mrs. Darren Ter- pening and sons from Casper, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crago and fami- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mueller and family from Cheyenne. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL MALT BEVERAGE PERMIT Notice is hereby given that on the 31st day of Oct., 1955 S. Elmo Wesley filed an application for a Retail Malt Beverage Permit in the office of the Clerk of the County of Crook, for the following i described place and premises, to- wit: One Story Frame Building situate on Metes and Bounds Description in SW 1A SW I : Sec. 8, T. 53 N. R. 67 W. 6th P.M., Wyo. and protests, if any there be, against the issuance of such license will be heard at the hour of 11 A.M. o'clock on the 6th day of Dec., 1955, in the Commissioners Room, Court House, Sundance, Wyo. Francis Hejde, County Clerk Oct. 31, 1955 Nov. 10-17-24 Dec. 1 STECH GROCERY NEWS i i i i Vol. I - No. 16 Sundance, Wyo. Dec. 1, 1955 II i Well, here we are once more sound- ing off about the good buys you can get this week at Steeh Grocery. Here is the bargain of the week - good longhorn cheese just 85c lb. - no limit - buy all you can carry. The above offer is good but here is a better one. Cut the cheese yourself and if you can cut it within one ounce of a pound, it is free. Come in and help us give away a lot of cheese. Kuner's brand pumpkin in the large 2 size can, $ for 59e.- This Is enough for six large pies. Stokley brand sweet potatoes lmeked PHONE 39 in syrup go well with ham. Three large cans 85c. This is one of the best brands on the market. New crop large Diamond walnuts are just in and we advise you to buy now at this low price, 49c a pound. Don't.forget you can still get a 50 lb. bag of Bob White flour here for Just $8,45, Compare this priee with what you are now paying, Come ]n and let us save you money on your next grocery order. Front or back door, we'll be glad to see yowand welcome your trade. WE DEUVER NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of Goldie M. Hardy, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that let- ters testamentary have been grant- ed to the undersigned executor by the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate, and that all persons having claims against said estate are required to file them with the necessary vouchers in the office of the clerk of the above named court, or to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers on or before six after November 17, 1955, of the first publication of rice, to the undersigned at Sundance State Bank in dance, Wyoming, and if claims are not so filed or they will be forever barred. Dated November 17, 1955. Jay Durfee, Executor Reynolds & Lathrop, Nov. 17-24-Dec. 1 Livestock Sales Only 180 cattle were sold at the Gillette stock Exchange on Friday of last week. Icy roads and Thanksgiving week helped bring this about. The Exchange looks for at least 800 to 1000 cattle at this Friday's sale, as we already have sever. al ranchers consigning their cattle, including a lot of good young stock cows. We had a good strong market on the stock that was here. The better calves brought $19 with the good yearling steers $16 to $17.80, yearling heifers $13 to $14.40, the better heifer calves $15.50 to $16.50, butcher stock and bulls strong. Will have a number of good Montana calves here Friday. Also 250 good stout old ewes; these are recommended as good breeding ewes. GILLETTE LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE Homer and DeLoss Hockett Owners and Operators Office Phone 342 Home Phone 325 Gillette, Wyo. 0000ncAVlmn RCA VICTOR RECORDS Personal Music Service THE MUSIC YOU WANT., DIRECT TO YOUR DOOB A new service that makes record ping easy. More than 500 of the of RCA Victor's catalog on 45 El' Long Play, illustrated in full colo I one convenient browser at our sll0f Here you can order most of your vorite record albums - and they shipped promptly from the direct to your door. Only $2.98 $3.98. An excellent Christmas idea shipped direct to any place in the U. S. @ Sundance :Electric iMmmmm Imit* Phone 50R2 Sundance, Wyo. Kickbush Thanksgiving Day News Mrs. Leslie Sipe and children of Glendive, Mont. and Mr. and Mrs. Orin Sipe spent the day with B. F. Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sip Ross Butts is spending a few days in Cheyenne consulting a doctor for his asthma. They are living in Sundance this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Simon and Alvin were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Shepperson in Upton. Thanksgiving day visitors at the John Miller home were their son, Tommy, who is attending the Uni- versity in Laramie, Larry Mc- Laughlin, Patsy Tscheter, Art and Donald Bunny, John Moline and family of Kimball, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Reynolds, Ed- die and Phil, Mr. and Mrs. Loy Stordahl and children, Mrs. Eliza- beth Yore and Mrs. Simmons were visitors at the Woodrow Vore home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hansen and family of Belle Fourche, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fowler, Jr. and daugh- ter enjoyed the day with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fowler, Sr. and Guy. Those spending the day with the David Seeleys were Mr. and Mrs. Kinsley Boice of Spearfish, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kipp and children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Williams and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Emory George. Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Hawken and children were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Schlup. Charlie Plato, who is attending school ii Denver, arrived home Thursday to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delos Plato. Other members of the family present were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Plato and son and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Banks of Spearfish were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Coke Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Buresh and family were callers at the Claude Banks home Friday. Mrs. Jessie Sommers of Spear- fish entertained her daughter, Mrs. Orville Lincoln and family. We are having cold weather and snow at this time making it neces- sary for people to feed their cattle. Alva The Beaver Creek Homemakers club held their November meeting' at the Alva schoolhouse. Delia French was hostess and Mary Fleming cohostess. Five members were present. Margy Davis and Eue Svoboda gave an interesting demonstration on the making of various kinds of sweet rolls and holiday breads. Mrs. Jim Gordon and her son, Walter, flew to the Oscar Nilson home where they were dinner guests on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Collins had as dinner guests on Thanks- giving their three children and their families and Mrs. Collins' brother, George Stockton. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mennell and family of Buffalo, Wyo. were call- ers at the Dillon Ruland and Jim Gordon homes on Saturday eve- ning. On Wednesday Walter Gordon assisted Max Osborne to locate missing sheep by airplane. Mr. and Mrs. John Pehringer and a friend from Buffalo, Wya. were holiday guests at the Adam Pehringer home. Callers at the Jim Gordon home last week were Eddie and Roger :Svoboda and R. K. Middlemas and family. Holiday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell French and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wenzel were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bovee of Hart Mt., Wyo., Mr. and Mrs. Walter i Wenzel and family of Enning, S. 'D., Mrs. Kate Wenzel and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Potter of Nemo, S. D. Beulah Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Mills, Sr. had the misfortune to tip their trailer house over on their way to Texas. The accident happened near LaMar, Colo. when a strong wind caught the trailer house and caused it to go off the road. Mrs. Mills received a cut on one limb, but no one was seriously hurt, although considerable damage was done to the trailer. Mrs. Eddy Cessna and boys went to Lead, S. D. on Wednesday where little Tommy had his eyes tested. Mrs. Hannah Armstrong enter- tained several guests at her home on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews were among those in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mills had as dinner guests on Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons and family and Mr. Dick Metzel. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Frank Tauck home were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Island and fami- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sellers, Deadwood, Mrs. Hazel Follum and Allen from Carpenter, Mrs. Lillian Nelson, Mrs. Naomi Spaulding and Jerry, Miss Anne Guidinger, Mrs. Louise Summers, Mr. Snyder and Ella, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Follum and family, Spearfish, and Robert Kreger, Rapid City. Mr. and Mr Eddy Cessna and sons were dinner guests Thanks- giving day at Mr. Cessna's parents Sundanee, Wyo. Dec. 1, 1955 home in Belle Fourche. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wendt were hosts Thanksgiving day to Mr..and Mrs. Preston Mitchell and family and Calvin Gaebler. The Homestake men from Mos- kee moved their loading equipment over to Rochford, S. D. this week and cut and loaded a Christmas tree to be sent to President Eis- enhower. Walter Mathews took quite ill on Friday and was taken to Belle Fourche to the hospital. He is somewhat improved. Mrs. Clifford Island, Frank and Donny spent a few days visiting at the Frank Tauck home this week. Mrs. Hazel Follum and Mrs. Lillian Nelson spent some time visiting also. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman were dinner guests Thanksgiving day at the Frank Blakeman home in Sundance. "Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Dennis and sons were also dinner guestS. Afternqon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Merl Blakeman, Jerry and Jean from Sheridan. On Saturday evening the Merle Blakeman and Frank Blakeman families were supper guests at the Gerald Blakeman home in Beulah. Mrs. Bert Mathews accompanied Mrs. Clifford Island to Rapid City on Friday and became acquainted with her new great grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mills and girls were visiting Sunday at the Dick Metzel home near Alva. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Crago and Bob were Mr. and Mrs. Darren Ter- pening and sons from Casper, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crago and fami- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mueller and family from Cheyenne. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL MALT BEVERAGE PERMIT Notice is hereby given that on the 31st day of Oct., 1955 S. Elmo Wesley filed an application for a Retail Malt Beverage Permit in the office of the Clerk of the County of Crook, for the following i described place and premises, to- wit: One Story Frame Building situate on Metes and Bounds Description in SW 1A SW I : Sec. 8, T. 53 N. R. 67 W. 6th P.M., Wyo. and protests, if any there be, against the issuance of such license will be heard at the hour of 11 A.M. o'clock on the 6th day of Dec., 1955, in the Commissioners Room, Court House, Sundance, Wyo. Francis Hejde, County Clerk Oct. 31, 1955 Nov. 10-17-24 Dec. 1 STECH GROCERY NEWS i i i i Vol. I - No. 16 Sundance, Wyo. Dec. 1, 1955 II i Well, here we are once more sound- ing off about the good buys you can get this week at Steeh Grocery. Here is the bargain of the week - good longhorn cheese just 85c lb. - no limit - buy all you can carry. The above offer is good but here is a better one. Cut the cheese yourself and if you can cut it within one ounce of a pound, it is free. Come in and help us give away a lot of cheese. Kuner's brand pumpkin in the large 2 size can, $ for 59e.- This Is enough for six large pies. Stokley brand sweet potatoes lmeked PHONE 39 in syrup go well with ham. Three large cans 85c. This is one of the best brands on the market. New crop large Diamond walnuts are just in and we advise you to buy now at this low price, 49c a pound. Don't.forget you can still get a 50 lb. bag of Bob White flour here for Just $8,45, Compare this priee with what you are now paying, Come ]n and let us save you money on your next grocery order. Front or back door, we'll be glad to see yowand welcome your trade. WE DEUVER NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of Goldie M. Hardy, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that let- ters testamentary have been grant- ed to the undersigned executor by the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate, and that all persons having claims against said estate are required to file them with the necessary vouchers in the office of the clerk of the above named court, or to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers on or before six after November 17, 1955, of the first publication of rice, to the undersigned at Sundance State Bank in dance, Wyoming, and if claims are not so filed or they will be forever barred. Dated November 17, 1955. Jay Durfee, Executor Reynolds & Lathrop, Nov. 17-24-Dec. 1 Livestock Sales Only 180 cattle were sold at the Gillette stock Exchange on Friday of last week. Icy roads and Thanksgiving week helped bring this about. The Exchange looks for at least 800 to 1000 cattle at this Friday's sale, as we already have sever. al ranchers consigning their cattle, including a lot of good young stock cows. We had a good strong market on the stock that was here. The better calves brought $19 with the good yearling steers $16 to $17.80, yearling heifers $13 to $14.40, the better heifer calves $15.50 to $16.50, butcher stock and bulls strong. Will have a number of good Montana calves here Friday. Also 250 good stout old ewes; these are recommended as good breeding ewes. GILLETTE LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE Homer and DeLoss Hockett Owners and Operators Office Phone 342 Home Phone 325 Gillette, Wyo. 0000ncAVlmn RCA VICTOR RECORDS Personal Music Service THE MUSIC YOU WANT., DIRECT TO YOUR DOOB A new service that makes record ping easy. More than 500 of the of RCA Victor's catalog on 45 El' Long Play, illustrated in full colo I one convenient browser at our sll0f Here you can order most of your vorite record albums - and they shipped promptly from the direct to your door. Only $2.98 $3.98. An excellent Christmas idea shipped direct to any place in the U. S. @ Sundance :Electric iMmmmm Imit* Phone 50R2 Sundance, Wyo.