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I ]Jishop Hunter spoke and the rec- reation and dance which followed seemed to be the highlight of the conference. The group returned to Sundance on Sunday evening. At the last youth group meeting last Tuesday twenty were present. Mr. Goodfellow will meet with rep- resentatives of the group to plan a calendar of events for the future. It is intended that the program of the group come from the group itself and be a well rounded one. Again, all are welcomed. As was proved at the last meeting, it is :laws of the State of Wyoming as surviving widow, and praying that the property of said estate, being described as follows, to-wit: S SW%, Sac. 29, and SE, Sac. 30, T. 54 N., R. 63 W. 6th P.M., Crook Co., Wyo.; be set over to her as her home- steafl exemption; 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 at Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, on the 12th day of December, 1955, at the hour of 10 o&apos;clock a.m. and show cause if any they have why the property hereinabove described should not be set over to Katherine G. Ander- sen, formerly Katherine G. Vitto, as her homestead exemption and as her absolute property. Done this 16th day of November, 1955. Preston T. McAvoy, District Judge Scotty Gladstone, Attorney Nov. 17, 24; Dec. 1 merrier with more.  .................. 4 Events to come: Vestry meeting i , i on Mondaythe 5th; Women's Aux- I W.F. Newland Established 1885 James L Newland, friary meeting on Thursday the   - -o ! 8th. Both at the Parish Hall.  rounaer manager [ I IN DISTRICT COURT : I Re nstered Hereford t Nels Smith and son, Christy, of averaged 788 pounds and sole )ss ID 1 1 1 1 [ I,.. & I'M.. dance, Wyo., sold a large at $16.00 with 42 heifers, weigh. COUNTY nF .nn-  "  mWl_.ll m IIt.Cl|l II-[ | LiPment of stock heifers at the ing 710 pounds, selling at $16.50. I ORDERTOVS"IIOW CAUSE / ' out City Stockyards Monday, Nels and Christy are shown here I In the Matter o +h, ,  #'fiCtT  At rrvnmr T; ! v. 14th. Over 24,000 cattle above in the pen with their cat. ] ...........  ILTYYLP I_J2-k Jt l 11 l d calves were on sale that day. tie. of WALLY VITTO, Deceased. * rnNBT Y PRIED ! lirty-six whiteface yearlings  I The petition of Katherine G.  Jtxazxv zx xa .J | - " -  ]Andersen, formerly Katherine G. ,..    | I Vitto, having been filed in this |i'-lOi[ml '-- .1 iN | A i. Icourt, showing that noticeto cred-,---..--- ,,,,,-/tancnest ILIJ'AA ' itors has been duly published and r0m the H0emgRor9 G0gqO[an inventory and appraisement I NEWLAND & SON l V I duly returned herein, and alleging 1 nLnNY WYOMING ' he day before Thanksgiving ] Jumpers look as if they will only I that all of the pronertv of this as- T ,.Jx,  9 --- .and the homemaking. II class i take a week.to finish. . Some of us tate is exempt_ to-her under the __ lay preparing food for home. struggled with facings. We even ....... ey came carrying the ingredients [ tried different ways but they did [  ', Scurrying to the store to get t take time. This week the bulletin I at they had forgotten. There ]board was done by Lucille Vannoy[  , "-_'x .-u.  k.xktY , :k..-. at they had forgotten. The pies and Marie Petera. i     .m $ be made were apple, cherry, I i  ([ .inCa, cranberry and raisin cream. ] =__.* ..... I PL .... L . i gerbread boys were cut after [=pllpUlllUl'l'! [ :lag rolled out a few times. And ] I.,.. - i ) e tried something new, a filled l IIW} I kie made from a yeast dough. T h i s Saturday evening the, I , ey tasted like little pastries. I Church of the Good Shepherd will [ ) aaer foods were molded salads Ihold its annual meeting and con-I 0an cranberries and fruit. Each duct its annual Canvass following #p 1 is assigned a home experience a pot-luck supper which begins at   tring the Thanksgiving or Christ- 5:30 p.m. At the meeting two I  . __ #v vacation as food, table decora- vestrymen will be elected and the I(  ----:A',k" r .... __ !s, room decorations or helping [work of the church in the past and I )  ;"" "*"--'|--m|l l_ JI,-ll I f.- tlh the holidays in other ways. for the future will be discussed by[ l this way we receive credit for members of the vestry and the i i  flng or helping at home in school ]rector. The financial needs for; ) ' degree work in FHA. And we Icarrying on the work of the church i W mother doesn t mind a little/will also be presented and the con- I I  / a help at holiday time. [gregation will be asked to pledge I I[ we studied how the different I their support to the program. The  I ailies on Elm Street gave their I meeting will conclude at 7:45 ' " '  .... " lildren responsibilities for work i sharp. home. Even the little ones had / On the past Friday morning Mr. / Share in work at home. Next we [Godfellow drove Nelda and Lila d how this carries over into Vines, Tom Bennick, Joan Banks' Ool work. We found that the and Mickey Trego to Lander for a Ztude toward the school at home [conference of the Young Episcopal L r s shown in the child's school I Churchmen of Wyoming. The con-  rk ference was a good one, thoroughly I | All seventh graders finished their [ enjoyed by all who went. The ) ) rag, except one, by vacation study theme of Power to Witness  we even hurried around to I was led by clergymen and followed  ' hem graded to take home. No ]up in group discussions. The ban-  ) e extra class time fr awhile! lquet n Saturday evening at which  I t  _ " ..  J I $  I  Make Your Budget Stretch   I / < I*00il "' 3 o, co,...,., >,o,,. oo_,_,,,. I ( /_ } I o,,.w,,, S,o,., Time Po 7 Plan --'b.  I (' (/F/////J////(k  I _- plan ,hal offers you the merchandise you 1 / ,t\\;WI/IEIIIIlil//I//lll//I/,/'AYILtt-'INH. ", ,) I -k_=,o..i .o., monthly parma.is. d\\; \\; I , / J 7 I .o, come I n now and see how you can \\; k\\;-" \\;  i ( - Illl]///// :  I JJJ il -' i. stretch yur Chr'stmm budget  he T'me Pay' SPr:c::hrelhiou to buy! :t.h: :io:e Pw:y  '' $  i( -  -- ,, I  _ JP on easy monthly paym6nt. ,,,..'7 # - -' I / PACK MORE PUNCH00 ) I Com;,.,o';, I{ into all our drivin- with Texaco i f |lglllliPl" \\; ) I #iiqllll ilem$ in o, ,tore availobl'.' I # y s Sky Chief gasoline. Itsquicker-starting Time Pay Plan. " .. smoother on the getaway... IIIi'qUmI' , ,t.,i, _..,m.wc, more powerful on hill and highway.  I ILO00[411ff00[ :00ll | { And its 10070 Climate-Cth;tr;lledafthr  ) ! ti'X"!tilqlli',, \\;1 I i I here and in each one o[ t 2 t cr   areas of the U.S.A. ase;Stua::hed ---.12 f HlDiilll.leilll l?lDii ( by Texaco engineers, i j'li  llllIlniiFl lillI IIi IiIIF llmii for top-performing Sky Chief. 1.8-r)j ,0, i s. O..e. W,o. " i I $ l "' i . , , , , .. ', , -( SUNDANCE TEXACO SERVICE and D ick i Sundanc ,e Wy.o "  " ' " ' I ]Jishop Hunter spoke and the rec- reation and dance which followed seemed to be the highlight of the conference. The group returned to Sundance on Sunday evening. At the last youth group meeting last Tuesday twenty were present. Mr. Goodfellow will meet with rep- resentatives of the group to plan a calendar of events for the future. It is intended that the program of the group come from the group itself and be a well rounded one. Again, all are welcomed. As was proved at the last meeting, it is :laws of the State of Wyoming as surviving widow, and praying that the property of said estate, being described as follows, to-wit: S SW%, Sac. 29, and SE, Sac. 30, T. 54 N., R. 63 W. 6th P.M., Crook Co., Wyo.; be set over to her as her home- steafl exemption; 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 at Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, on the 12th day of December, 1955, at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m. and show cause if any they have why the property hereinabove described should not be set over to Katherine G. Ander- sen, formerly Katherine G. Vitto, as her homestead exemption and as her absolute property. Done this 16th day of November, 1955. Preston T. McAvoy, District Judge Scotty Gladstone, Attorney Nov. 17, 24; Dec. 1 merrier with more.  .................. 4 Events to come: Vestry meeting i , i on Mondaythe 5th; Women's Aux- I W.F. Newland Established 1885 James L Newland, friary meeting on Thursday the   - -o ! 8th. Both at the Parish Hall.  rounaer manager [ I IN DISTRICT COURT : I Re nstered Hereford t Nels Smith and son, Christy, of averaged 788 pounds and sole )ss ID 1 1 1 1 [ I,.. & I'M.. dance, Wyo., sold a large at $16.00 with 42 heifers, weigh. COUNTY nF .nn-  "  mWl_.ll m IIt.Cl|l II-[ | LiPment of stock heifers at the ing 710 pounds, selling at $16.50. I ORDERTOVS"IIOW CAUSE / ' out City Stockyards Monday, Nels and Christy are shown here I In the Matter o +h, ,  #'fiCtT  At rrvnmr T; ! v. 14th. Over 24,000 cattle above in the pen with their cat. ] ...........  ILTYYLP I_J2-k Jt l 11 l d calves were on sale that day. tie. of WALLY VITTO, Deceased. * rnNBT Y PRIED ! lirty-six whiteface yearlings  I The petition of Katherine G.  Jtxazxv zx xa .J | - " -  ]Andersen, formerly Katherine G. ,..    | I Vitto, having been filed in this |i'-lOi[ml '-- .1 iN | A i. Icourt, showing that noticeto cred-,---..--- ,,,,,-/tancnest ILIJ'AA ' itors has been duly published and r0m the H0emgRor9 G0gqO[an inventory and appraisement I NEWLAND & SON l V I duly returned herein, and alleging 1 nLnNY WYOMING ' he day before Thanksgiving ] Jumpers look as if they will only I that all of the pronertv of this as- T ,.Jx,  9 --- .and the homemaking. II class i take a week.to finish. . Some of us tate is exempt_ to-her under the __ lay preparing food for home. struggled with facings. We even ....... ey came carrying the ingredients [ tried different ways but they did [  ', Scurrying to the store to get t take time. This week the bulletin I at they had forgotten. There ]board was done by Lucille Vannoy[  , "-_'x .-u.  k.xktY , :k..-. at they had forgotten. The pies and Marie Petera. i     .m $ be made were apple, cherry, I i  ([ .inCa, cranberry and raisin cream. ] =__.* ..... I PL .... L . i gerbread boys were cut after [=pllpUlllUl'l'! [ :lag rolled out a few times. And ] I.,.. - i ) e tried something new, a filled l IIW} I kie made from a yeast dough. T h i s Saturday evening the, I , ey tasted like little pastries. I Church of the Good Shepherd will [ ) aaer foods were molded salads Ihold its annual meeting and con-I 0an cranberries and fruit. Each duct its annual Canvass following #p 1 is assigned a home experience a pot-luck supper which begins at   tring the Thanksgiving or Christ- 5:30 p.m. At the meeting two I  . __ #v vacation as food, table decora- vestrymen will be elected and the I(  ----:A',k" r .... __ !s, room decorations or helping [work of the church in the past and I )  ;"" "*"--'|--m|l l_ JI,-ll I f.- tlh the holidays in other ways. for the future will be discussed by[ l this way we receive credit for members of the vestry and the i i  flng or helping at home in school ]rector. The financial needs for; ) ' degree work in FHA. And we Icarrying on the work of the church i W mother doesnt mind a little/will also be presented and the con- I I  / a help at holiday time. [gregation will be asked to pledge I I[ we studied how the different I their support to the program. The  I ailies on Elm Street gave their I meeting will conclude at 7:45 ' " '  .... " lildren responsibilities for work i sharp. home. Even the little ones had / On the past Friday morning Mr. / Share in work at home. Next we [Godfellow drove Nelda and Lila d how this carries over into Vines, Tom Bennick, Joan Banks' Ool work. We found that the and Mickey Trego to Lander for a Ztude toward the school at home [conference of the Young Episcopal L r s shown in the child's school I Churchmen of Wyoming. The con-  rk ference was a good one, thoroughly I | All seventh graders finished their [ enjoyed by all who went. The ) ) rag, except one, by vacation study theme of Power to Witness  we even hurried around to I was led by clergymen and followed  ' hem graded to take home. No ]up in group discussions. The ban-  ) e extra class time fr awhile! lquet n Saturday evening at which  I t  _ " ..  J I $  I  Make Your Budget Stretch   I / < I*00il "' 3 o, co,...,., >,o,,. oo_,_,,,. I (  } I o,,.w,,, S,o,., Time Po 7 Plan --'b.  I (' (/F/////J////(k  I _- plan ,hal offers you the merchandise you 1 / ,t\\;WI/IEIIIIlil//I//lll//I/,/'AYILtt-'INH. ", ,) I -k_=,o..i .o., monthly parma.is. d\\; \\; I , / J 7 I .o, come I n now and see how you can \\; k\\;-" \\;  i ( - Illl]///// :  I JJJ il -' i. stretch yur Chr'stmm budget  he T'me Pay' SPr:c::hrelhiou to buy! :t.h: :io:e Pw:y  '' $  i( -  -- ,, I  _ JP on easy monthly paym6nt. ,,,..'7 # - -' I / PACK MORE PUNCH00 ) I Com;,.,o';, I{ into all our drivin- with Texaco i f |lglllliPl" \\; ) I #iiqllll ilem$ in o, ,tore availobl'.' I # y s Sky Chief gasoline. Itsquicker-starting Time Pay Plan. " .. smoother on the getaway... IIIi'qUmI' , ,t.,i, _..,m.wc, more powerful on hill and highway.  I ILO00[411ff00[ :00ll | { And its 10070 Climate-Cth;tr;lledafthr  ) ! ti'X"!tilqlli',, \\;1 I i I here and in each one o[ t 2 t cr   areas of the U.S.A. ase;Stua::hed ---.12 f HlDiilll.leilll l?lDii ( by Texaco engineers, i j'li  llllIlniiFl lillI IIi IiIIF llmii for top-performing Sky Chief. 1.8-r)j ,0, i s. O..e. W,o. " i I $ l "' i . , , , , .. ', , -( SUNDANCE TEXACO SERVICE and D ick i Sundanc ,e Wy.o "  " ' " '