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March 29, 1956

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(March 29) school broke the of 96 Palm Sun- an attendance of 98. A for Easter has been set. reach it? Yes, if every does his very best to be asks someone else to Lisa Lou, infant daughter and Mrs. Richard Hooper, and Bille Sherrard, sons and Mrs. Robert Sherrard, and Donnie Sutton, child- and Mrs. Gaylen Sutton, real Sacrament in Methodist church and Intermediate School classes gave two Lt. the beginning of the church as part of the program for the Family Night gathering. Eddie Osgard played a number on the coronet and Mr. Keyser showed two films. One film about the International Farm Youth Exchange and the other en- titled "Lost Valley" was of a re- ligious nature. The W.S.C.S.-will meet in the church fellowship rooms at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 4. This is the annual election date for the society. Every member is asked to make a special effort to be there. The Study Group will continue to meet on Thursday afternoon at the Dillavou home until the pres- ent study of the spiritual classics is completed. We have two more ,lessons. Let's get them finished ion time as we can" have juris- dictional recognition on the course. Girl New Storm of Hulett has as the new president sorority at College. along with other of the group, will be Rt the next meeting of The formal initiation ceremonies 26. L SJEN$ON ship, the Communist Party, U. S. A. would attract little support, its methods are based primarily upon deception." F B I Testimony J. Edgar Hoover, FBI Director, has testified: "No longer are Com- munist Party membership cards issued: maintenance of member- ship records is forbidden." And yet, Igor Goubenko (and others) have testified: "On every Commu- nist there is a file at the Comintern in Moscow; for every Communist in the whole world there is a file at the Comintern." The Communist Party U. S. A. "thrives on promoting clashes: between employer and employee, landlord and tenant, white and Negro, native-born and foreigner, Catholic, Protestant and Jew; be- tween the American people and their Government, and within every non-Communist organization." The conspiracy apparatus, in America is composed of the fol- lowing: open party members, semi- FOR CITIZENS concealed party members, members at large, members of the under- Period of 25 years theI ground apparatus, non-party Com- ~s Congress has hadI in.mUnists,~ Communist Party sup- special committees porters, conscious fellow travelers, subversive organiza- unwitting fellow travelers. lerica, particularly the Helping The Reds conspiracy and its op- From the Communist Daily From the great material compiled has now published for Americans" on Party of the U. S. booklet should keystone in every Understanding of Corn- it is, and how it its goal. the booklet may be The Bookmailer, Hill Station, New York. The hand- by the Internal of the U. ommittee on the Judici- were approved b~ membership: Senators James O. Mississippi; Olin . South Carolina; John 1, of Arkansas; and , of Texas; and Repub- rs John Mashall Butler, :; Herman Welker, of lur V. Watkins, of Utah; ,~ E. Jenner, of Indiana. facts To Know are SOme of the facts pre- Party U. S. A. Moscow- anti-American, quasi- against our our ideals, and our Party functions of the year, every day :,.and at all hours of is a full-time organi- is not restricted to It persistently every phase of for its own subver- Communist agents Wherever and when- opportunity for Corn- or the promo- whether it be union, the church$ or the neighborhood. that "if it appeared ~e guise as a bridge- foreign dictator- stone lies Murphy; him today; of Riley--- away. Worker newspaper: "It is no ex- aggeration to state that besides the . . . Communist members, there are today tens of thousands of individuals who are active in every field of the progressive movement, carrying out the line of the Party in practice. They work shoulder to shoulder with the Par- ty members, follow the Party line through our press.., through mass meetings, lectures, and all strug- gles in which the Communists are in the forefront. We must point .out: First, that their actual work is appreciated by the Party; sec- ond, that we consider their work Communist work and want them to continue it." About half of the hard-core Communists in America are sta- tioned in New York state; the next largest number in California. They are concentrated in vital areas of production, transportation, ship- ping, and in the communications agencies where propaganda and thought-shaping can be conducted most widely. m DR. H. GORDON DORLAND OPTOMETRIST Phone 490 Belle Fourehe Dr. C. H. Linande r DENTIST 741 Fifth St. Fh. 474 Spearfish, S. D MONUMENTS AND MARKERS Serving you, your families friends for over 50 years. DUCHENE'S DEADWOOD GRANITE AND MARBLE WORKS Paul Akrop, Mgr. Deadwood, S. D. The influence of each single Communist is far-reaching. PUBLIC NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION OF THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF CROOK COUNTY HIC~H SCHOOL DISTRICT, STATE OF WYOMING TO BE HELD APRIL 2, 1956. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREB~ GIVEN, That a special election of the qualified electors of Crook County High School District, State of Wyoming, will be held in said District on Monday, the 2nd day of April, 1956, at which time the fol- lowing question will be submitted to a vote of the qualified elctors of said District, to-wit: "Shall bonds of Crook County High School District, State of Wyoming, be issued and sold in the amount of $200,000, for the purpose of erecting and equipping high school buildings in said Dis- trict' said bonds to bear inter- est at a rate or rates not exceeding three and one-half" per centum (3-%% per an- num, payable semi-annually on the 1st day of May and the 1st day of November each year and to be due and payable serially in each of the years 1965 to 1968, inclusive; bonds maturing in the years 1967 add" thereafter to be redeemable at the option of the District on May 1, 1966, and on any inter- est payment date thereafter in inverse numerical order?" Said election will be held at the following places in said High School District: School District No. 1 at Sundance School. School District No. 2 at Four Corners School School District No. 3 at Moskee SchooL School District No. 5 at Beulah School. School District No. 6 at Pine Ridge School. School District No. 8 at Kickbush School. School District No. 9 at Sunny Divide Community Hall. School District No. 10 at Hulett School. School District No. 11 at Oshoto School. School District No. 12 at Hous- ton Creek School. School District No. 15 at Peter- sen School. School District No. 16 at Moor- croft School. School District No. 19 at Moore Hill School. School District No. 20 at Lame Jones School. School District No. 21 at Alva School. School District No. 22 at Camp- stool School. School District No. 28 at Farrall Hall. School District No. 29 at Hulett Creek School. In all polling places the polls shall remain open between 1:00 o'clock p.m. and 5:00 o'clock p.m. the day of election. T All qualified electors shall be[ entitled to vote on the question[ submitted and the ballots will be/ furnished to all qualified electors[ in the following manner, to-wit: Two ballot boxes designated Bal- lot Box "A" and Ballot Box "B" shall be provided by the officers conducting the election at the places designated; if such elector is not the owner of or the spouse 'of the owner of real or personal property assessed on the assess- ment roll of Crook County, Wyo- ming, located within said Crook County High School District, he shall be furnished by the officers conducting said election a ballot printed on white paper and the ballots of all such persons shall be deposited in Ballot Box "A". If such elector is the owner of or the spouse of the owner of real or ~ersonal property assessed on the assessment roll of Crook County, Wyoming, located within said School District, he shall be fur- nished by such officers a ballot printed on colored paper and the 'ballots of all such persons shall be deposited in Ballot Box "B". Before any person shall be per- mitted to vote at said election, he [or she shah be required to make, before the officers of election, an affidavit t~t he or she is qualified to vote at said election. Dated on this 22nd day of Feb- ruary, 1956. Donald J. Rounds, Secretary of Crook County High School District (SEAL) March 8-15-22-29 We Have Just Receive 0 | Get the big ones with our equip- ment. For the highest quality at the lowest prices, drop ,in and see our complete selection of fabulous 1956 fishing equipment. 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