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I I Hi Homemakers and Girls, Our meetings on Wills and Tes- taments are history. They proved to be very interesting. The small attendance at Sundance and Moor- croft was very disappointing. How- ever, the people who attended all said they had really enjoyed it and had learned lots. I'm sure most of the credit goes to our County Attorney, Scotty Gladstone, who gave us a lot of professional help. We, publicly, want to thank him for his fine cooperation and also Mr. Keyser for his help in explaining property ownership. In program planning our home- makers clubs asked for this lesson. It dtaeoOraging to me that 'so few a effd l the meeting. , I imagine many of You think of the making Of a will and old age together. Many of yOU probr ably feel that you don't /have enough money or assets any way to make any difference.~ Accord- ing ~o a poll mentioned in the Town Journal magazine last Sep- tentber 1955, only 9% of those in the 21.29 age bracket have writ- ten a will, with the percentage onlylslightly better, 15% for peo- ple between 30 and 49. Yet as any lawyer would point out, when there isn't much to leave it is even more important that the es- tate =be distributed without waste. You want to be sure that your families will be well taken care of. Remember you won't be around to tell the people how you would have wanted everything taken care of. I don't want to sound morbid but I'm concerned that these are things we should all be thinking about. Have you 4-H leaders been read- ing through the National 4-H Club News Magazine? There surely are a lot of good ideas for club meet- lags, skits, recreation, safety activ- America's Favorite Enamel One coat covers m~st sur- faces No unde~-'oater needed Drles in 3 to 4 liours Firot choice for kitchen batl oomso all woodwork Smldance, March 195_ 6' ities. Be sure to take a look if you haven't already. One espec- ially good skit is on page 28 of the March issue. It goes right along with our personality development health activities. Easter is here. I'm sure many of you are planning family get-to getbers. Here s wishing you the best for a happy holiday. Junior FHA Girls Select Delegates to Sheridan Meetinff Two voting delegates to the FHA convention at Sheridan were elect- ed March 15 during a meeting of the junior FHA chapter at Sun- dance high school. Named as delegates were Mary Lou McLaughlin and Donna Moll- enbrink. The chapter bought stationery for Marflyn Lyon and Dorothy Micheli, who received their prac. rice homb economics teaching here recently. Members also heard that the talent night sponsored by the chapter raised ten dollars. Mrs. Myron Goodson spoke dur- ing the meeting on the value of training in homemaking, which was one of the chapter's goals. March 29 Several in this community have )een down several days with the ~lu. We are all glad to hear that Mrs. Bill Dillinger is out of the hos- pital. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland and small children were in Gillette Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones were in Gillette on Tuesday on busi- ness. Floyd Mewhirter was a visitor in Sturgis and Spearfish Sunday. Sprin~ officially was to have ar- rived last Tuesday. We surely have had a lovely week and some of the spring birds are here. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland and family were in Gillette Friday af- ternoon getting medical aid for a couple of the children. Friday morning they started releasing water from the Keyhole dam. The county patrol was in this community this week grading the roads. Some of them really need- ed something done. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 5 day of March, 1956, Harry C. Johnson filed an application for a Retail Liquor License in the of- rice of the Clerk of the City of Sundance for the following describ- ed place and premises, to-wit: Harry's Bar on North 22 feet of Lots I and 2 in Block 9 of the Original Townsite of Sundance, Crook County, Wyo- ming and protests, if any there be, against the issuance of such license will be heard at the hour of 8 p.m. on the 2nd day of April, 1956 in the City Hall. Marion Thompson, City Clerk Dated, March 5, 1956 March 8-15-22-29 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 5th day of March, 1956, Mrs. Lillian R. Jensen filed an appli- cation for a Retail Liquor License in the offiCe of the Clerk of the City of Sundance for the following described place and premises to- ,it: Turf. Bar located on Lot 12 in Block 13 of the Original Town of Snndance, Crook County, Wyoming and protests, if any there be l against the issuance of such li- '[cense will be heard at the hour I~ f98 p.m. on the 2nd day of April, Belle Fourche, S. D in the City Hall. Marion Thompson, City Clerk Dated, March 5, 1956 March 8-15-22-29 ] Frankie Pearson helped JohnI Mrs. Melissa Clayton [Whalen haul wheat on Monday] to her home on Saturday ....... ] and Tuesday. On Tuesday they | after spending a week at the (Marcn [ had coffee with Mrs. Frankie Pear-[ Gels home. ti - hJerry~ Crago went to Lander to[son in Belle Fourche. | Tl~ere was a telephone mee '~:~ t state F.F.A. convention as an[ Lou Pechacick, Buffalo, Wyo.,I at the Aladdin school house ~eat entertainer. He was expected [ was at the Kay Dungey home on[ Tuesday night. ~ht[~ire rneral home on Sunday. . ...... ]Thursday evening. The Dungey] Jim Fidler, Rapid City, brou~'~[~'~ cbant lwrs. ~eo urago ann ~'ac vlslte(1 tit ~ gll r Margaret Blakeman on Tuesday l family spent Sunday afternoon at/ 200 Austrm White chickens o ~ SChool evening. ]the Bill Sipe home. ~ the Steve Gels home on Saturd~']~tea, recei~ Mr. and Mrs. Darrell - - -- "[Pg visited at the Ralph Nickelson[~~r'v-'~r- ...... - ...... ~lack i~1'~ home from Friday until Sunday./ ~l~ty. They attended the wedding of,, i~ ' L'tlending Jayne Hejde on Saturday. ]~ Olga Nickelson and Donabel Ross [ ) ~ ~e Linds ][ Ph Little shopped in Rapid City on Monday. all, 75 w Thirty Weaverette 4-H club I members, friends and parents roll-, t . dap,Ns' er skated in Belle Fourche on[~ . Saturday night. [ ~ ~ction Bud Voss went to Artesian, S. D. [~ Yes Sir - Man! on Saturday to get a bull. The I] Bud V0ss family spent Wednesday Power in the pinches- evening at the Dick Ryan home.[ that's just what you On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Voss vis- have when this big W the st ited at the Glen Bush home in,, boy goes to work on Hulett. }) your land. Delivering Mrs. Eva Richards and Robert[ t over 77 H.P. drawbar CE Stechi. Spearfish. had dinner and "-- over 83 H.P. belt supper at the Ben Miller home on (calculated sea level Tuesday. Donabel Ross visited Flora Miller Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pearson and Frankie Pearson were in Belle Fourche on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, Pearson stayed in for the Home Ec Style Show. Others at- tending were Flora ~nd Claudette Miller, Ruth Pickerd, Grace Wha- lea, Phyllis Wagner, Frankie Pear- son, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Heetland, Mr. and Mrs. Ai/red Hutchinson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kotek and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Miller. Mary Pickerd, Margaret Pearson, Antonette Kotek, and Dorothy Pearson took part in the show. Several attended the Farm Bu- reau supper at Farrall Hall on Friday night. A pancake supper was served by the committee. Mr. and Mrs. Herrick Ripley and Owen were Sunday dinner guests at the Verle Wagner home. First aid lesson at the Aladdin school house Friday night at 7:00. Everyone interested be there and take a large triangular bandage with you. The Ralph Nickelson, Larry Ross, Charles and Frankie Pear- son families, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Pearson and John Pearson all at- tended the wedding of Jayne Hejde and Jim Knox on Saturday morn- ing. max.) It's "the most powerful Of all" agri- cultural wheel trac- tors. Man- it's You'll save time and make more money with this power - when help is scarce, when your ground is hard, when weather delays the harvest, and a dozen other ways. And remember, with this BIG fellSw you Can also have all the most moder~ featu#es that were FIRST with Oliver - in ALL tractor sizes. Super 99 Yours Be Im You can buy this tractor on a practical investment plan. 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