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February 9, 1956

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MADE HONORARY SCOUT ~Ong.rtssman E. Kelth Thomson, Republican, of Wyoming, is shown as he received Morn'miniature Be,.. Scout emblem from Cub Scout Paul A. Mathis, of Lanham, Md. oers of Congress, the Cabinet, and other aovomment officials are being .l/nfllafly "pinned" and asked to wear the emblem-to assist in the celebration of -no 461h anniversary of Scouting in America during the week of Fob, 6th-12th. iati01ml Furm 0rganiznti0n V. Anderson, President operation of our farms and ranches g Farm Bureau Federatin over to the several thousand at- week I attended a Senate tornies in the U.S.D.A. They can ..at which several farm] tell us how to farm, how many h ttlons testified. The head]calves or pigs to kill, how much : e National Dairy Producers]milk to pour down the gutter, we k"We demand thatthe govern-]will follow their direction for every ~ c xrnrnediately support milk tmove we make." ks at - ~e-- . $3.80 per cwt., the pres-I When the support price was m- t~'~ Price is about $3.20 per cwt., l augurated by Henry Wallace, it $~_Wll[ mean a 60c increase", was NEVER meant to guarantee d~.~d.~r. Ellander said, "You un-] our income, just to protect us from ~ ~.~ana milk production will im-I loss at harvest time when supply pr~.~eately increase if this high l forced prices down, it was started ~ ~,,-,, is guaranteed to you Howl at 52% of parity. Then along ~,~ You control milk and dairy l came the, war, politics, votes and ~, ~,~uctxon?,, The man replied, i all laws of stable business econom- --~,~ we nay - in- . e had a committee work.[ ms were thrown overboard. High I ~on this for over 18 months and I rigid prices, set the world price ~v.must say there seems to be no] and now, 24 other countries have ~. ~o control milk production" l a surplus of wheat, stimulated and re~e National Farm Organization l encouraged by our past, rigid sup- .$~v,~s^entative said, "We demand]Part prices, they increase their ~ ~v'~'~J.bogs and $30.00 cattle." He] acreage each year while we cut :i ~=troa~S~_ asked, "How will youlours. '~ ~lon'* ~ t,-e~uctxon? He said, "We ] . * ~now how, we will leave that . ~:nto the U.S.D.A." Senator el-/ Carhle ~howor_ said, "If you don't know/ ,Feb 2~ ~Io "on control your produce, howI ~,~ ~.~ ~,~:'~h,on ~.n ~,,.; , . ~ u expect a ............................. ,~,,- In th bunch of attornies w " " ~ e USD~ e,, ~ ....~, ...,~,,~ly eat to Lusk on Sunday to wsxt In essence, th .............. [her smter, Mrs. De Sersa and faxm- he U S n ^ .... , ly. They returned on Wednesday. :~ i- "'~.~. wm guarantee our~ Mr and Mrs. David Roberts and ncorne we will promptly turn the'famil~v, Mr and Mrs. John Blake- ishe,s ) per r man, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blake. man and son and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Blakeman were guests at the Ed Blakeman home last Sun- day. The occasion was Marvin's birthday. Mrs. Mary Lynn of Sundance vis- ited at the Page Thorne home on Saturday. Mrs. Howard Wham and Char- lotte Carr attended a Homemakers Club Leader Training meeting in Hulett on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. David Roberts and Howard Wham were callers at the Don Gose's on Tuesday and Thurs- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alven Reimer were also Tuesday evening callers at the Gose home. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Zimmer- schied and family were guests of the Art Zimmerschied's on Satur- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reimer and Jill visited at the Newell Garman home over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gose were guests at the Earl Watt home on Friday evening. Harry Lee Garman was a busi- ness caller in Gillette on Monday. Choir practice and Bible study was held at the Otis Deeder home last Wednesday evening. Attend- ing were Rev. and Mrs. Walter Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Grif- fith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Altaffer and family, Mr. ancl,,~Irs. J. P. Wood and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hayworth, Mr. and Mrs. Art Zimmerschied and family, Mr. Richard Manke and Mrs. Torn i Elsom. Mr. and Mrs. Don Gose were hosts to a family dinner last Sun- day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Gose, Mrs. Etta Gose, Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Pickett, Kenny Ritz, Mrs. Julius Frederiksen and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Fred- eriksen and family, Mr. and Mrs. I Dorman Ewing and family and Mr. Nieis Olsen. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hamilton and Bonnie Jean were evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. John Schuricht were brief callers at the Don Gose home on Tuesday. Buttons and Bows Homemakers Club Hold Regular Meeting The Buttons and Bows Home- makers Club held its regular meet- ing Wednesday, Jan. 25 at the home of Nellie Moore. The twelve members present answered roll call by telling something they hoped to accomplish in 1956. Several songs were sun~ from the new song books. There were two visitors present -- Dottle Fall and FranCes Beuson. During the business session it was decided to continue with the night meetings until school is out; names were drawn for secret pals; Enid Frisbee and Marjorie Dennis volunteered to go to the picture framing demonstration in Hulett on ~Jan. 28 and then return the dora- All Electrical Wiring Was Done by: ............... Ph. 3"1423 Sundance, Wyo. onstration to the club; Hazel Hau- ber was appointed to buy gifts for Enid Frisbee, Gladys Clark and Norma Moore the, three members who had perfect attendance in 1955; and Hazel Hauber and Gladys Clark were appointed to contact members of the Devils Tower Club and Seely Homemakers Club to start making plans for the Interna- tional Dinner which is to be held in Hulett early in May. Nellie Moore gave a demonstra-: tion on how to put a collar on a western shirt. Norma Moore was in charge of the recreation period with Daisy Dennis, Gladys Clark and Louise Clark winning prizes. Daisy Den- nis also w0n the raHle prize which the hostess contribute& .... The next meeting will be held Wednesday, Feb. 22 at 7:00 at the home of Louise Clark. Roll call will be answered by showing a ea~'~ toon. There will be a bread-mak- ing demonstration by Mrs. Clark and a talk on "Lighting" by Bonnie Everling. 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