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February 9, 1956

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Gardner, 72,County Farmers ies at Son's in Idaho Can A *or ar -IFHA Loan ormer Crook county rancher, I held Feb. 3 at Boise, Ida.] Farmers in Crook county may aer, 72, was found dead in[ apply for the additional loan funds Fan. 30 at the home of his son,! available for financing 1956 oper- m Boise. I ating expenses, Raymond H. Chris- heart ailment was listed as! tensen, state FHA director, this cause of death. Gardner was injured in 1952 and had to work since then. was in Louisiana for a Wedding celebration when born and raised in formerly ranched in above Beulah. In he moved to Wilseyville, survived by his wife; two - Ruth, Klamath Falls, and Renda Lene, Boise, Ida.; Roy, Omaha, Nebr. and and two brothers, Malvern, Arkansas, and Hammond, Mont. sisters preceded him in High School to Attend Ec Dinner of the Sundance grade and the high school Will be guests Feb. 13 at a to be given by the Home- 1 class at Sundance high dinner will be served at p.m. in the homemaking de- living room. Miss Marl- and Dorothy Micheli teachers, will assist the with the preparation and week told DuWayne Pfarr of the Sundance FHA office. The loans may be used to pay a wide variety of farm and home operating expenses, including the purchase of fertilizer, tractor fuel, livestock feed and seed. The loans will be made only to farmers who are operating units no larger than a family-type farm and who are unable to obtain ade- quate credit from other sources. Applications for the loans may be filed at the FKA office in Sun- dance. Pfarr said prompt service would be given to all loan applica- tions. He pointed out that the loans are short-term credit design- ed to help farmers finance one year's operations. Other credit is also extended by the Farmers Home Administration over longer periods to finance adjustments and improvements in farming operations. Holy Baptism Services Held at Episcopal Church Several children and adults be- came members of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd Sun- day at Holy Baptism services. Welcomed into the church were Steven Randal Humphrey, Clark, Steven Allen, Julie Lynn Schnit- get, Gary Jay Finch, Susan Marie Finch, Robyn Lynn Finch and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schnitger. i A coffee hour was held following i the service. 'Tin Your Goodrich and Firestone Tire Dealer" You'll travel in safety for many miles when you let me put either Goodrich or Firestone rubber under your car. What ever you want - tubeless or standard, black walls or white walls, standard tread or mud and snow tread-I can equip Your car with a set. Don't trade until You see me. NT & WILLARD BATTERIES bit's been a long winter and spring should e sore d the corner. It ma be a l ewhere aroun Y long corner and your car needs a peppy bat- _ry to snap it into life these brisk mornings. We'll give it a new lease on lfe with a Grant or Wlllard battery. Phone AT 3.2182 Sundanee, Wyo. Home Ec Girls To Start Dinner, Personality Units The Homemaking 2 class at Sun- dance high school this week is finishing garments made of such materials as dacron, acetate, nylon, felt and wool. The garments made by the girls include party dresses, suits, shirts and blouses and jumpers. This week, the class will begin the dinner unit with Miss Marilyn Lyon as student teacher. Homemaking 1 girls are serving breakfast. This week they added quick breads and hot beverages to the list. On Friday, the girls will invite the boys in to eat their company meal. Next week the class starts a personality unit with Miss Dorothy Micheli as student teacher. Card of Thanks Our sincere thank you goes to members of the fire department and other persons who assisted in fighting the fire Monday evening. Mrs. Fred and Lee Schloredt Personal Items Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Dillavou at a pot luck din- ner in their home were ReD. and Mrs. R. O. Rice, Richard, David and Bobbie; Mr. and Mrs. August Cope and Steve and Mrs. Lola Stevens all of Upton and Mrs. Arlis Binney and Jon and Rev. and Mrs. Levi Louderback, Shirley, Donna and Dean. Mrs. Clara Grubb and Mrs. E1- friede Schloredt were Saturday shoppers in Rapid City. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sherrard en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen Sut- ton, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Dinkins and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cressman in their home Saturday evening at a card party. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Cole and family of Blaekhawk, S. D. visited at the Ray Wood home Saturday evening. Mrs. Cole, who is a niece of the Woods reported that her mother, Mrs. Frank Humphrey, who is in St. John's hospital in Rapid City is much improved but has to stay in the hospital for about three more weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis visited Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 9, 1956 with Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Pridgeon and family of Belle Fourche Sun- day. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of Carl Van Meter Johnson, Deceased Notice is hereby given that let- ters of administration have been granted to the undersigned ad- ministrator 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 months after February 9th, 1956, the date of the first publica- tion of this notice, and if such claims are not so filed or exhibited they will be forever barred. Dated February 8, 1956. Carl J. Johnson, Administrator John P. llsley, Attorney Gillette, Wyoming Feb. 9, 16, 23 .... car in TUNE IN GROUCHO MARX [VERY WFJ[K ON NBC RADIO AND TEL.rv'iSlOM 2nd & M;dn Streets Sundance, Wyo. 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