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February 5, 1953

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of Events Feb. 6 & 7--Farmers Institute _ 7---4-H Council meeting in Extension Office at 7:30 p.m. !~r 10--4-H Foods Project Lead- Training in Mooreroft at Marvel chlottman,s ..... at 10:00 a.m. Protein r~stitute Meals Demonstration in ~e Community Building at 1:30. :~oard of Directors meeting of the ~ortheastern Wyoming Hereford ~sseciation in Sundance at 1"30 lyeh:jl-4H Foods Project I~'_~uer Training at 10 a.m. in the Methodist Church Basement in ~undance. Protein Substitute Meals ~->emonstration at 1"30 pm. in the ~'lome Ee Room. Health Committee meeting ,in the Band Room at 7:30 P.m. Feb. 16-20--Ranch, Farm and Home Week April 9, I0 & ll--Recreational School in Sundance May C--Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association Sale Institute This is the week when farmers and ranchers of Crook County ann surrounding counties, as well ]~: towns People who may be in- rested in attending Institute, will :~have an opportunity to hear spec- ,~ialists in various fields of Agri- :|culture discuss the field of their +|interest. Everyone will be inter- !~ested in hearing Mr. Dignans ~ltalk on the "Future of Agricul |~.ure". Mr. Margerums' meat cut- ~| mg demonstration will attract the ]attention of everyone also. Some ~of the other topics to be discussed |will be of major interest to some people and everyone should be mildly interested in being brought "- i[ I ii L | "L I1 ~ _ _ _ Just As @ @ @ ~ up to date on the latest research on the various agricultural prob- lems that will be aired at the Crook County Institute on Friday and Saturday of this week. 4-H 4-H Club Leaders who are lead- ing in any Foods Project will have opportunity to receive some spec- ial training along that line from Mrs. E., J. Smith, Extension Nu- tritionist, on Feb. 10 and 11. She will meet with a group of leaders in Moorcroft, at Marvel Schlott- man's residence, on the morning of the 10, and with other 4-H Project Leaders of the County at 10 a.m. on the llth in the basement of the Methodist Church in Sun- dance. More than 100 4-H Leaders from the six Northeastern Wyoming counties attended the leader train- ing program in Gillette on Jan. 30. Each of the Agents from the various Counties led a short dis- cussion on some general phase of 4-H work. The State Leaders presented information on coming events and discussed with the group business that will be taken up at the State 4-H Council meet- ing in Laramie, on Feb. 17 & 18. Smaller groups of leaders interest- ed in agriculture, foods, clothing or home furnishings, met in sep- crate sessions for some training in these fields. At the conclusion of the program, all the members met in general sessiom and eval- uated the training meeting. It was decided to have another such meeting next year The term of office for the Regional Director and Assistant Regional Director expires March 1st. The election held at the conclusion of this dis- trict meeting resulted in the elec- tion of Lee Masters of Sheridan County, to replace Fred Kauffman as Regional Director. Mrs. Charles Cook, of Campbell county, was elected to replace Hudson Wood of Orook county, as Assistant Re- gional Director. Thirteen Crook county people attended the meet- hag. There will be a Council meeting on the 7th at 7:30 in the Extension Office. At this Coucil meeting the oustanding leader for 1952 will "Little Drops of Water, Little Grains of Sand, Make The Mighty Ocean And' The .Pleasant Land." ii Money Saved Each Week Soon Would Grow Into A Sizable Sum Before You Know It. Just Think... How Much You 'Can Save By Shopping CASH & CARRY For Your Groceries Each Week be selected to receive the Burling-I[ Lasting Beauty and many, many I THE S~JNDANCE TIMES ton Award of $20 which ~is made years of usage - with all 'wool Sundanee Wyo. Feb. 5, 1953 to help defray the expenses of a ]carpeting from Dusek's in RapidI .... leader to attend the State 4+HlCity. {Construction Paper atTbe Times Council meeting in Laramie. Var-I Eddie Rypkema, Mr. and Mrs.} SymptomaofDistressArisingfrom ious council committees will be I Ray Minard and Mr. and Mrs. I appointed at this session. I Kenneth Clements were dinnerI STOMACH ULCE~ Homemakers ~guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Reyn-I DUE TO EXCESS* ACID Foods Project Leaders in the I olds at the Rocky Cove in Dead-I #IIIIr.~I=III~NRM~P.N_~T various Homemakers Clubs in, l wood on Saturday night: I Crook County, and others who are. Mr. and Mrs. 'Otis Reynolds] interested, will have opportunity [ were Sunday visitors at the home I Over tour ran]ion bott]e~ of the W~aD to witness a demonstration given I of Mr. and Mrs. Lem Overpeck in ] TaEAT, ZST have been sore for reUef of by Mrs. Evangeline J. Smith en- ] Belle Fourche. ~ symp~omS~nd Duodenalf distreSSulcersS.risingdue tofrmEzc4ssStmachAc~l-- titled "Meat Alternates", on Feb. I Mr. and Mrs. Dick Waller of~ eoor Dig~tlo,, sow or umt Stom~h, 10 & 11. Mrs. Smi~ will demon- IRapid City were overnight guests [ 6,ee|,ees, Heartb~,, St~p|mmss, .t~., duo to Excess Acid. Ask for "Wllfard's strate in Moorcroft, at the Com-[at the Vernon Dick home Satur-] Mes,ge"whtchfuUyexplMmsthi~rem~.rk- munity Building, at 1:30 on the lday. On Sunday they visited at ] able hmeta'et~tmntt-d'frte--~t i l0th and in Sundance in the Home [ the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred [ LEE'S PHARMACY Ec room, Feb. 11 at 1:30. All lMcLaughlin. / Sundance, Wyo. Homemakers in the County wheth- !er they belong to Homemakers Clubs or not are invited to attend the Farmers Institute, especially the meat cutting demonstration at 3:00 on Saturday the 7th. Health The Crook County Health Com- mittee, and others who are inter- ested in health, will meet with Mrs. Evangeline Jennings Smith, who is on the State Health Com- mittee, on Feb. 11. This meeting will be held in the Band Room at 7:30. The County Health Coun- cil and proposed Health question- aires will be discussed at this meeting. Fair Board The Fair Board will meet in Sundance at 4:30 p.m. on Feb. 6. At this meeting appointments of of committees and superintendents will be made. ~:OPY No. 5----120 Agate Lines OR $~/~ Column Inches AllTHFIIT!S Rheumatism Neurihs Scmhca tUFFE:RE:RS IF YOU WANT-RELIEF and HELP Send for our ARTHRITIS BOOK (We have No Medicine or Anything Else to Sell You) become if hmg neglected. Techniques of treatment m described. You are told where to look for Help and Relief at home, withOut traveling to some far distant city. This book is sent only to ~_f- ferers who want said need hel~, The edition is limited. Notle~ may not appear again, write at, once--today for your copy 81Dql) 3 (Three Cent) 8tam~ ~9) to help cover distribution cost. Yott incur no obligation. We have no medicine or anything eise to sell, You will mot be asked to mmd us a penny of money. ADDR~g88 H. Holmes (R&R Inc.) Dept YL~ Box 806, Albuquerque, N. M. Y No Mat,ca- how long you have suffered, or what you have tried, this instructive Hes/th Book. written in easily understood words, will enable you to fully understand your own ease and may Sa~YO you Yem of suffering. This book contl~ms informmtiou generally known only to ape-I + caiUs,e, It expltdns the different types of Arthritis stud the dlffer- mzce between Arthritis, Rheuma- tism. ~ciatica. Neuritis and Ixun- bago. It lists causes and syrup- toms and describes associated complicating dises~s. It ex- plains the Anatomy and Phys/- ~ olegY of the Involved Muscles, Joints and Nerves. Few realize how serious these ~ can Personal Items IMrs. George Strand of Dorena, Ore. arrived Saturday for a two week visit with her brother, Gay- fen Sutton and family. Beautify your home with V.~l- entine Seaver upholstered furni. ture from Dusek's in Rapid City. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. 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