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I III I II III Some 7350 Wyoming homemak-t ers members of 381 extension wo-[ men's clubs are observing Nation-[ al Home Demonstration Week, April 29-May 5. We in Wyoming are again using the National theme "Today's Home Builds Tomorrow's World", a slo- gan started with the first observ- ance in 1946. During the week, clubs will call public attention to the vast edu- cational program in homemaking conducted by the Agricultural Ex- tension Service. Groups in each county will tell in their own ways the value of their work for each member, her family, home and community. Mrs. E. J. Smith, State Home Demonstration Leader, says an im- portant feature of the week in ev- ery county' will be recognition of volunteer local leaders. In Crook county we have nine home demonstration clubs with a total membership of 153. Within this last year three of these nine clubs were organized, one at Seely, one at New Haven and one at Carlile. The women have been carrying on active programs. Demonstra- tions they have had this year include Home Lighting, Outdoor Cookery, Picture Framing, and Wills and Testaments. We will have a two day clothing workshop in the fall plus a lesson on Diet and HeaRh. Besides these demonstrations each club has had interesting pro- grams on safety, international re- lations, family life, citizenship and health. These programs have been given in the form of reports by club members, talks by the high- way patrolman, skits by club mem- bets and films. On Saturday, May 5 all of the club members will gather in Hulett for the county-wide observance of this special week. We have plan- ned an International Day. Many members will wear foreign cos- tumes. We will have a souvenir table and the highlight of the day will be our International Dinner. Each of the clubs are preparing foreign dishes to be served buffet style. It will be a very colorful day. An International program has also been planned. We will honor 20-15-10 and 5-year club members during the afternoon pro- gram. Crook County Home Demonstra- tion Clubs are truly working to make "Today's Home Build To- morrow's World. (May 3) Sunday school still hasn't reach- ed the goal of 100. 99 were pres- ent last Sunday. That is good but we can do better. There are still children in Sundance who do not attend any Sunday school. Ask them to come with you next Sun- day. The Family Night fellowship was well attended Sunday evening. The evening began with a fellowship supper at 6 p.m. followed by a shower for Beryl and Beverly Jen- sen, who lost +their belongings in the recent fire. After the shower the people gathered in the sanc- tuary to see the film "Oil Town N. S. A." Dates to Remember Sunday school 9:45 a.m.; Morn- ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Choir Prac- tice, 7 p.m. Tuesday; Prayer Circle, 2 p.m. Thursday. Please have all pledges in by May 15. Our church year closes (May 3) Mr. and Mrs. Del Evans were supper guests at the Shepherd home Friday. Emmit Brislawn was also a caller at the Shepherd home Friday. Mrs. Bill Hahn, Mrs. Elmo Wes- ley and children were business callers in Gillette and Moorcroft Thursday. The Wesley children received their polio shots. The Bill Svoboda children also had polio shots that day. Mr. ~and Mrs. Del Evans and Marjorie were supper guests at the Burch home Monday night. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Evans went to Antone Polovitchs' to help dur- ing lambing. Cecil Irwin, and Dipper and Colleen Brislawn were weekend vis- at that time. ]tars at their home. They have been The Commission of Education at Dayton, Wyo. this winter. Neal will meet Monday, May 7 at 8 p.m. Brislawn left for Denver, Colo. ~_ Sunday to take his physical ex- amination for the army. Robert Sunny Divide 4.H Club f Brislawn arrived home Wednesday Discusses Rural Life Sunday tarter being in the hospital in Hot Plans for Rural Life Sunday I Springs, S. D. were discussed April 13 at theI Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shepherd meeting of the Sunny Divide 4-H land Mrs. Piney Shepherd were club. During the session, the club lbusiness callers in Belle Fourche, leader checked members' record ]Spearfish and Sundance. Sunday books, they went to Bob Tape's to help Two demonstrations were given brand and dehorn. Mr. and Mrs. at the meeting. Kenny Grubb Jack Hoover and Mr. and Mrs. Roy gave one on "How to Square A Shepherd of Gillette were also call- Board" and June Myers gave the ers at the Tope home Sunday. second on "Transferring A Pattern Mrs. George Terry, Mrs. Ezra on A Tea Towel." Terry and Mildred were business Penn Smith showed films on callers in Gillette Tuesday. Friday how to catch a cold and forestry. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Terry and Mil- Lunch was served following the dred were callers at the Shepherd meeting, home. Do aldson's Shoe Store in Newcastle Q"" is . UKtlng llUslness Stock Up on Women's and Children's Shoes at Bargain Prices. All Widths, Colors, Styles. High Styles, Casuals ~ dlk JIlL Values to 5.98 -- Wedgies, Flats, Sad- dies, Loafers I I +.,.++ ,o ,o.++ _ 5.83 High Styles & Casuals I I I I Famous Brands Values to 15.98 -- High Styles Strapped Flats Sandals and Bedroom , Slippers Moccasins SHOE STORE Alva Mr. and Mrs. J~m Gordon attend- ed the Stockmen's meeting in Sun- dance on Friday. Paul Evans called at the Charles Dirks home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Morris and Mrs. Rose Rizzuto were Sunday guests at the Harry Fleming home. Mr. and Mrs. Vic French attend- ed Sunday services conducted by Rev. Jervis at Charles Shaul's home. Mrs. Charles Storm and child- ren were overnight guests at the Clarence Collins home on Friday. THIS GOLD TAG VALUE Big Family Size . .: :. fl i|11t111 lie Food Freezer-ltslrigerotor OUR GOLD TAG OFFER Full-Width Zero-Zone Freezer-,. Stores 49 lbs. of Frozen Foods Rolkto-Yc~ Shel~os Sliding M4mt Tender Cycla-Matlc Automatic Defrost- ing Refrlgerotor Section Twin Porc.loln I'ly~rc~tom ~ Compartment Tiit-dowfl Egg Server Ildm,Tm Aay lut pm t- tOIPAItl FItlGIPAII Belle Fourche, S. D. r + +.~ *J +~ +'.:-. J - "~ - "+"+ + --+ 'a ~+ Parents' Night Features Weaverettes 4.H Meeting Parents' Night, featuring a pro- gram by members' parents, topped the latest meeting of the Weaver- ettes 4-H club. The meeting was held at the home of Verle Wagner with Phyllis Wagner as hostess. Members answered roll call with a good health rule. Record books were checked and each club mem- ber reported on what he had done to clean up around the home. Members also continued their health study. The parents' program featured skits by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearson and Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Ryan. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Kay Dungey sang songs, Bud Voss sang and played his guitar and Mrs. John Whalen play- ed an accordion solo. Mrs, Bud Voss gave a humorous report us- ing the names of club members. Visitors at the meeting were Bon- nie Everling and Willet Keyser. After lunch was served, Keyser showed films on cancer and safety. Snndaac , Wyo. Next session of the 4-H club will be held the Bud Voss home Dale and Dan Voss as For Those Smoked Hams and Baeen Bring your .Hogs BRODSKY Packing For Processing Spearfish, S. D.' N. Ellis M.D .... o Eye, Ear, Nose Throat i Office Hours - I0 aJn. A MODERN STORE Groceries, Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, Bakery Belle Fourche. S. D. I Regular .-+' Holds 24 Hotdogs and Coffee Pot ,. Legs Fold Up for Handy Carrying Handle i .' : (+ Ph. $-1654 6th & Cleveland Su 6