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Colony Robert Henwood and James Newland attended the Leslie Ma- thews and Clifford Caffrey sales. Mable Martens and Velma New- land were visitors at the home of Mrs. Mary Larson on Indiaa creek last Saturday evening. The Colony Club met Sat., Feb. 21 at the home of Mrs. Paul Eix- enberger. The cold weather and drifted roads kept many from at- tending. There were seven ladies present. The afternoon was spent visiting, and a dessert lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be in Belle Fourche at the home of Mrs. Churchill Scott March 21. Mable Martens and Galdys Gan- non and daughter of Belle Fourche were Sunday callers at the Green- wood ranches. The REA was turned on at the Greenwood ranches, Wednesday, Feb. 18. Other homes and ranches in the Colony area were enjoying it a few days prior Monday, March 2 The Farm Equipment and Sup- ply Co. in Belle Fourche delivered a new Jeep Pickup to the Green- wood ranches Monday afternoon. Joe Wattier went to his home in Montana Wednesday evening. It was Mrs. Wattier's birthday. Other guests for supper were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Westland and fam- ily. Joe left Colony for his home Sunday, to stay. He has spent the best part of the winter at Colony. Ronald Roberson has recovered nicely from the knee surgery he had in January. The cast was re- moved last Friday evening and after one or two more trips to the doctor he will be dismissed from his care. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henwood and children made a trip to Sun- dance Monday to visit Mrs. Hen- wood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Spiedel Sr. Mr. Spiedel has been ill and finds it necessary to under- go surgery. Art Raber is spending a few days with Bob Pughe. The weekend snow storm and blizzard conditions has isolated Colony. There was no mail Satur- day and it will be impossible for the stage driver to get through. Beulah Mrs. Frank Tauck is the owner of a new Frigidaire electric wash- er, clothes dryer and stove. Mrs. Joe Sample, Beulah school teacher, was an overnight guest at the Bert Mathews home Mon- day, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blakeman and Mrs. John Blakeman were supper guests at the Gerald Blake- man home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews vis- ited at the Andrew Hansen home in Sturgis Thursday and were ov- ernight visitors at the Carl Meis- ner home in Rapid City. Friday evening they were supper guests of Mrs. Eva Richards in Spear- fish. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stump and three children from Spearfish were dinner guests at the Bert Mathews home Wednesday. Truman Metzel spent the week- end in Beulah and was unable to return to Buffalo, S. D. to resume his teaching due to the blizzard and bad roads. THE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo. March 5, Miss Myrtle Mathews Irene Reinecke were visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. and Mr. and Mrs. John were Sunday visitors at the Blakeman home. They also Billy Blakeman home. Billy spend the weekend in Mrs. Ruth Hallinger Fourche and Mr. and Mrs. hymer from Belle Fourche at the Roland Hallinger Sunday. Royal Mills Jr. re-decorated bar at the Hallinger store week. Mrs. A. J. Katches Belle Fourche on busineSS Wednesday. 'Did you know that /t', YOU pay MORE INCOME TAX '~- I __ __ ~. I lip I than many profit-making corporations? hem W4 WITHHOLDING |TA~--IgU U. 8. ~ Dee*rlme~ t ~ n...., s..,,~ , Wages Paid and Imeome Ta.~, Withheld Richard Roe 1400 Plainville Ave. Roxville~ Ohio I04-64-010 Totoi~oo~O~do~pa -~x~Ud~tuo-I r,d~mS~ot~wahh*ld.Uon~ II ,.::'.g, ff.l..o.o ...... I~blrLOT~t aT WIiON rJL~ ~ s.~ JOHN DOE & COMPA ROXVILLE, OHIO KEEP THI| FOR TOUR OWN ImSPLOYEB'8 COPY ~$ iiiiiiiiiiiii~" *Wi&holdlr~ t~ for merriad man wifl~ two dap.ndwn" ~BECAUSE Congress gives exemptions and special tax privileges to more than 40,000 corporations such as Cooperatives, Savings and Loan Associations, Mutual Savings ~Banks, Credit Unions, other co-op financial institutions, government businesses, and -many mutual Fire and Casualty Insurance companies. -~OU...salaried persons; wage-earners, small businessmen and farmers.., pay MORE as individuals in actual dollors-and-cents Fed- end income tax than do many thousemds of cooperative and mutual ~usinesses on their huge corporate profits. The amount deducted in income-tax-withholding from even a modest income is, as often as not. greater than the amount paid to the Federal treasury by thou- sands of co-op and mutual businesses whose total corporate profits run to billions of dollars each year. The amount of tax-escape an- ~[17~ igc,]q~g t~-e,x, erupt gover~l~nt corporations, reaches a billion and one-half dollars. Not only are YOU paying more than thousands of these eXempt corporations, but you are paying THEIR tax as well as your own. When Congress permits any group to dodge income taxes, the amount they do not pay must be added to the total tax hill of the rest of us. so that the government may receive its needed revenue. THIS IS DOUBLE-BARRELF.D TAX INJUSTICE! IT DE.- MANDS CORRECTION... NOW! NATIONAL TAX EQUALITY ASSOCIATION PROTEST! to your Congressman and Senators ! Congress is now writing new tax legislation---including revi- sions, reforms and closing of loopholes. This is the time for you to protest against the continued granting of tax tavoritism to Cooperatives, Savings and Loan Associations. Mutual Sav- ings Banks. Credit Unions, other co-op financial institutions. government busineames, and many mutual Fire and Casualty Insurance companies. Demand they be taxed the same as you are! Your letter will help bring tax justice. Write it todayl (Writr~r CoqrssJmma ~em', d Home Ogica Building; write ~m ,,e~torr hi rare d ~r~te O~ ~ild~, Wu~g~ D. C) 231 South LaSalle St. Chicago, Illinois