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b UM Blaek lEt[ms of Wyoming 'lithe hmdam,e ~, 8undan~ Wyoming n| i i The Hulett Branding Iron m Mrs. Jennie Storm entertained at bridge at her home Monday afternoon. There were two tables of players but scores were not learned in time for publication. Roy. Lee Burton made an an- nouncement last week at the reg- ular church service of his comi.ng 'marriage some time tn August, ]This came as a surprise to most of i~is friends here. Corfgratula- tions! Mrs. Carl Steiger and Mr, Grace Bush went to Belle Fourche Wednesday where Mrs. Bush con- suited a doctor. The Gerald Eaton family is moving into the house recently vacated by the Roy Holmes' who moved to Hartsel, Colo. Mrs. Lydia Hauber was home for a short time last week and returned to Spearfish, S. D. to be with her sister, Mrs. Agnes Eagle who is very ill. A large crowd attended the Party Da~ace given by the Legion and Auxiliary Saturday night in honor, of the Legions birthday. The members and invited guests enjoyed the evenings entertain- ment and lunch, Mrs. Della Cheshter is a patient at the St~ndance hospital at the present sufferBag from the flu Her son Walter is home recuper- ating rapidly from his recent hand injury. Charlle Huckins is another measle victim and has been very sick. Red Cross contri.buttons have been very slow coming in. The need Is still great so please make your contribution generous a~ad soon. Little Jerry Waugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Waugh suffered a painful accident last week when he mutilated the end of a finger Babson's Statement ]BABSON DISCUSSES POLITICS Babson Park, Fla., Mar. 15.~ ~v'ith an "acc'ident" for Presi- dent, "old chums" for Cabinet Officers and a Congress looking only for w)tes, our political situ- ation appears very bad. My Demo- cratic friends say tllat conditions really are no worse than in the 10ast, They claim our pessimb.~n iS due tO the r~dio; with it~ *'~ews" and co/nn]entato]'s, (which the newspapers have been forr:ed! to imitate) which serves as a great magnifying glass to make these evils look bigger than they really are. AMERICA PEOPLE .ARE SOUND Many people believe that we are in an unfortunate era of an in- evitable social and economic cy- Cle. They believe that an attempt to stop it is like trying to "brush ~back the ocean with a broom". ~Phey believe it much better to wait until the tide naturally turves back to conservatism as it sometime surely will I cannot agree with this do-nothing phil- @sophy. I believe we all should fearlessly fight for what is right however much we may tempor- arily suffer. I believe that this Country and the entire world could be saved from much grief by one simple thing. This would be for the conservative Democrats of the South and the conserve- tire Republicans of the North to combine into one party. It is true that our political leadership is very bad. This is why a few labor leaders are able to ,bully courts, Congress and the 1people into doing what is unjust and unsound. But the majority of the American voters are still wtse and unselfish. They lack only the a,bllttT to express themselves due to the queer mix-up of both par- ties. If voters were able to forget the labels "Republican" and "Democrat" and could choose be- tween "New Deal" and "Anti- New Deal" there is no doubt as to what would happen. Once more 'we would have a safe representa- tive government as the founders of our country planned. LET US BE PREPARED In the meantime, it may be well to be forearmed and to diversify our forms of security. I believe in life insurance, for instance, but a life insurance policy will not give me food, clothing and shel- ter when no~e of these things are available. Hence, every large .city family, who can afford it, should have a small productive place somewhere outside tile city. Moreover, until most city families have such refuges, strikes will continue to grow more severe. They cannot be prevented by law. Only when families become inde- pendent of city eonve~iences, will the labor unto,as come to their SCllSeS, I an] especially intcresled in lb(~ Dossibilities of home ]'(:,fri,~er- ati{m of {'ood supplies. If we could be sure that our electric power wmfid never be turned off, I would recommend that every fam- ily buy a home-freezer and join a ro]nnHlnity cooperative freez- ink association. On the other ham lhe more we depend on thes, homo freezers, the more we are subject to the control of labor unlo,ns and politicians. Hence, those of us who use home-freezers should have them supplemented by a good supply of canned foods. FAVORS THE SOUTH I wish that every family could have a refuge in Florida, Cali- fornia, Arizona, or some other Southern state This would im- mediately eliminate the fuel haz- ard from which northern cities throughout the world are suffer- ing today. Moreover, with a flow- ing well or irrigation, food can be raised in the southern states every month of the year. In fact, the food, clothltag and shelter problem is largely solved by hay- ira a place in a warm section of the country. I am not fearful of immediate trouble, but we should "insure" our investments against the pos- sibility that they may, for a time, be of no use in supplying us with food, clothing and shelter. We buy fire insurance when we do not expect a fire! Certainly, the chances of a revolution within this country some time are equal to the chances that your individ- ual house will burn down. Hence, why not equally insure for both hazards? This does not mean that one should now sell stocks. Money in good common stocks is prob- ably safer than money in the ,bank. It" surely mamas "hope for the .best, but prepare for the worst." ...... X John D. Scaly, owner of the Seely Mercantile Co. was i~ Sun-i dance Tuesday on business. Hal says that he had, .been confined to his home the past month suffer- ing with rheumatism. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY 'WHEN YOU BUY Barteldes Seeds while investigating~ the cogs onl the washer. A few days later both he and his younger brother Teddy broke out with measles. School attendance has been co'nslderably decreased due to a measie epidemic both in grade and high school. This and the flu have kept most of the community upset the last two weeks. Don Borne, Fl-c left Tuesday for San Pedro, Calif. after a weeks visit at home. He returned to his ship the USS Monrovia. Adolph C. Howard, better known as Corky, has been enjoying a visit with his family and many friends since his discharge from the army. Mrs. Corn Vasey was hostess to ten memhers of the Womens club and one guest, Mrs. Mel Storm, Friday aft(~]'noon. Tile us- ua! business was transacted and plans were made for our "Old Timers" program early in April. Weston Brooks, who recently re0efved his discharge, is visiting his sister Mrs. Jack Vasey and family. Word from Patsy Coker, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Coker, who is convalescing from infantile paralysis at the Memorial ~hospital i~ Casper, indicates her :ccmdition satisfactory and on the road to recovery. Mrs. Goldte Hardy and Mrs. Allto Byrd were hostesses Friday night to the pinochle club at the hotel. There were six tables and h~gh scores were won by Mrs. Evelyn Nieman and Brooks and low ~by Miss Mtl Pearson and Hugh Davidson. delicious lunch was served. X Pine Ridge- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Altaffer and son Loren were in Gillette Sat. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sisson visit- ed at the Seiners home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Coltharp and son arrived last week from Calif. Dwight was recently re- leased from the army and expects Thursday, March t~l, to make their home here for present. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney are the proud parents of a daughter born at the Gillette pital last week. Roy. Markley held his service at the community Sunday. He just came from w,r to be pastor of the Me church. Friends and neighbors met the Albert Manke home eveuing- t,o :mrivart Mr. and iMerle Si,:~on, The evening spent visiting and extending wishes to the ,newly weds. Personal Items J C. ]turtt, Kara Creek t wa~ R vi.~;i~c)!' ill Suadance day. Mr, and Mrs. Marty wore callers in S~lndance See the Spring Season's suit surprises in our dowr shop. One hundred fine suit special, to choose from. It's greatest suit season in Five groups at $19.50, $24.00, $26.00 and $29.50. Here, for your spring suit and more than pleased with the Kepp's, next to Red Owl Rapid City, S. Dak. STAPLERS AND from $3.10 up, at The Times. SPERLINI RADIO All Work Guaranteed Spearfish 164.M S.D. / In The Gamble Store b.,2,. I Did It.-So nyone Can Do It with new Amazing m mm mm I ~ i~ l. Bulk We carry a full line of POULTRY FEEDS. Always On Hand TOOMEY'S Laying Mash, Hen Scratch Feed, Chick Starting Mash, Chick Growing Mash, Chick Scratch Feed. WEEDONE ..... Weed Killer Spray. Death on Creeping Jenny, Dandelions and many other weeds. Use Weedone for the cheapest, slickest way to xid your lawn'of dandelions as well as patches of dandelions in your fields. Ready-Pasted Wall Paper Ready-Pasted "Cedar Closet" Paper Ready-Pasted Borders for Painted walls No Paste No Tools ,o Muss VIGORO ..... A wonderful fertilizer for your house plants, gar- dens, and shrubbery. "k D. I. Toomey, Milling Co. r Spearfish, South Dakota Just Wet 'Era and Hang' Theg're Guaranteed to Stick or Mone9 Hart Brothers Lumber and Hardware 8undanee, :7 " ' y