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December 18, 1969

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Stadium Kick-Off---A Goldcm Passbook Account of $1,000 was presented to the University of Wyoming's Alunmi Association last week. The money, given by #he First National Bank of Lare- eniee, is ~ "Kick-Off" for the game officials - press facility fund drive, with a goal of $300,- 000. Ma4ci~g the presentation are Max Fisher (left) and E. J. "Woody" Haines (right), presi- dent and vice president of the bank. Receiving the gift is John Black, director of alumni rela- tions for the University. In the foreground is the modal of the stadium when all phases of con- struction ere finished short of possibe covtring~ (UW Photo) I~okout Memoriarl ,Hospital in Spearfish following surgery on Tuesday. ~r. and Mrs. Frank Pearson sho:t~ped in Belle Fourche Tues- day. They called on ~Vlrs. Carroll Tope and had supper with the Gordon Shoemakers. They called on "Mr. and Mrs. Gus~ Wolff lat- er. Chuck Pearson went to El- mer Roth's on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marehant were Wednesday supper guests at the Ste~ce Gels home in honor of Steve's birthday. Later Mr. and "Mrs. Ben :Miller, ,Mr. and "Mrs. Richard Ishmael and Lori, .and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearson arrived. The group played 500 with prizes going 'to Frank Pear- son, ,Mrs. 'Ben "MilJer and low to Mrs. Pearson and Richard Ish- mrael. Mrs. Geis served ice cream and cake later. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEME NT All creditors and others inter- ested in ,the Estate of Russell D. Krause, Deceased, take notice that the undersigned execu*trix of said estate ~vill on or before *~he 2nd day of January, 1970, file in ~dle office of the Clerk of ,Court of Crook County, Wyo- ming, her final avcount and pe- tition for distribution of said es- tate, ~vhere anyone interested may examine such accoun~ and petition and file objections there- to in writing on or before the ]~th day of January, 1970, and if no objections are filed lhereto, she *will make final settlement of said estate on the 13th day of ~anuary, 1970, ~)r as soon there- after as the ma,tter ,may he heard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming, this llth day of December, 1969. Lulu L. Krause, Executrix Reynolds & H u~hes, Attorneys Dec. 11-18-25, 1969--Jan. 1, 1970. to the Rythmaires FRIDAY, DEC. 19 Spearfish, S. O. Dec. 8-12 There isn't much news as Frank and tl are leaving in the morning to spend the weekend in Laramie with Dorothy, and 1~ran- cis Madden. We had abottt three inches of snow the first of the week, but R is nice now. The Aladdin ~Iomemakers Club met ,at the Gust Wotff home Wed- ALL-METAL BUILDINGS Livest~ck Shelters "A" Machinery Storage Rigid Frame Buildings ~(" Pani Frame Buildinge *Shop, "k Groin Bins "jlc Confined Feeding System WRITE D. D. "Buzz" Shaffhausen or call 343.1507 Forsyth Building Services, Inc. Box 1046 Rapid City, S. D. [ o**os. s J l Osetepsth - Physician Spearfish, S. D. l nesday a_.~ternoon for their Chris- mas party. ~Mr. and [Mrs. John Whalen and George, and ~che Chester Hejde family were Tuesday supper guests at the ,Ben [MiUer home in honor of ~rs. Whalen's birth- day. Mr. and [Mrs. ,Ben [Miller had sttpper at Che John Miller h@me ,Monday. Callers at John Pearsons this week were Chester Hejde, Lar- ry Ross, and John and George Whalen. John visited at Whalens one day. ~rs. Kay Duztgey .accompanied ~Mr. and [Mrs. Gasrle Weaver ~o Rapid City on Wednesday. Elmer Roth was a caller one day. Howard Pickerd and Ike Mun- niz are spending ,their vacation at the Henry .Pickerd borne. John Pearson had dinner at Frank (Pearsons Monday. [Mrs. .Lloyd Viergu~tz and Daviett were a~ Peavsons in the ~ternoon for m,usic lessons. ~rs. ~Francis Hejde is in the Here are a few gift Ideas for every member of ~ family .... For Him - SHIRTS SUITS "k BOOTS RESISTOL HATS For Her- -A- MOCCASINS SHIRTS WESTERN PANTS BOOTS SHmTS . JEANS FAMILY WESTERN WEAR Belle Fourche, S. D. Commencing Tuesday Jan. 6, 1970 at 1:00 p.m. at the former Sipe property located on State Highway 585 mile southeast of Sundance, Wyoming. Sale and disposal of buildings and other items within the Highway Right of Way 1-90 4(9)203 The Wyoming State Highway Department will hold the auction for the disposal of the following property: Parcel No. 18 -- formerly Montgomery property: 1V2 story frame 8nd mesonery house approx. 816 SOl. ft. Parcel No. 19 --- formerly Sipe property: Frame house approx. 760 sq. ft., frame shed, approx. 264 sq. ft.; outhouse approx 24 sq. ft.; frame well house approx 80 sq. ft.; frame shed approx. 25 sq. ft.; frame chicken l~ouse approx. 252 sq. ft.; frame metal covered shed approx. 160 sq. ft. Parcel No. 21 --- formerly Wieck property: frame house ap- prox. 624 SCl. ft.; frame wellhouse approx. 72 sq. ft.; frame shed approx. 96 sq. ft.; frame shed approx. 40 sq. ft.; frame outhouse approx. 24 sq. ft. Parcel No. 22 and 23 -- formerly Duvall property; frame house approx. 1040 sq. ft.; frame house approx. 930 sq. ft.; and one other building. Parcel No. 25 -- formerly Reed property: frame chicken- house approx. 99 sq. ft.; frame granary approx. 168 sq. ft., frame house approx. 456 sq. ft. Parcel No. 26 --- formerly H~rcly property: frame shed approx. 180 sq. ft.; frame house approx. 648 sq. ft.; frame house approx. 972 sq. ft.; frame sited approx. 72 sq. ft.; outhouse approx. 20 sq. ft.; chickenhouse approx. 270 sq. ft.; frame build- ing approx. 48 sq. ft.; frame ,house approx. 648 sq. ft. Parcel No. 27 -- formerly Clyde property: frame shed aprox. 100 SCl. ft.; frame house aCl)prox 450 sq. ft.; frame shed approx. 340 sq. ft.; frame chickenhouse approx. 170 sq. ft.; rabbit hutch; ou~ouse at:prox. 30 sq. ft. Parcel No. 28 --- formerly Cure property: frame building approx. 120 sq. ft.; frame garage approx. 1068 sq. ft.; outhouse; frame shed approx. 135 sq. ft.; framed bern approx. 264 sq. ft. There may be some mlscellameoua items offered for ule, The seller neither warrants or guersntees the title of the mlsc- ellansous items. The property may be inspected prier to the sale on workin@ days between the hours of 8:00 am. end 4:00 p.m. through Friday beginning December 12tft, 1969. Information may be obtained by contacting the engineer in charge at the Wyoming State Highway Dept. Engineer's office et Suncl~rtce, WyomLng, Tel. 283-1135 or by writing Wyoming Highway D~t. Property Management Office, P. O. Box 1708, Cheyenne, Wyo. 82001. Terms of sale ere cash and check or money order. WY" ming State sales tax to be in addition to the bid price. Condition of Sale: All soles shall be final and the put" chaser shall he responsible for the removal of ~ and sll it~ purchased. The purchaser, as a~ independent contractor slY:' be responsible for any end ell damages or ktjurles thee m~gm._ result from said removal. In all respects, the Wyoming St~Ire Highway Commission shall not be ~held responsible as to any c~use of action, damage, or injury resulting from such removal. All items shall be removed from the property not later then ml~t~" night February 15, 1970, Ownership in any end all items not removed by midnight February 15, 1970 shall revert to :n~ State Highway Commission of Wyoming and any money's pa~_. on the purchase price shall be retained by the said Hi~~vay Commission as liquidation damages. Wyoming State Highway Department Dec. 11, 18, 25, 1969 Jan. 1, 1970