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May 3, 1956

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The U. S. Depart- has proposed present Commercial~ cattle into two change would split Commercial grade into and Commercial grade of cattle. The would cover young- of the grade and Corn- mature cattle falling Present Commercial grade. SUggestedchange came from by the Cattle~ Committee. The earlier had recommend- the Commercial grade Standard and Com- a change to go into effect grades for both beef and cattle are Prime, Choice, Utility, Cutter, 25, 1956, issue of the contains the pro- in slaughter-cattle 15-day period from I0, any person may data, views, or argu- the proposed such comments or to the Director of the Division, Agricultural U. S. Depart- Washington ore the deadline. W et has been con- the health of the n her yard for some Extension Hor- and I found Pine Leaf Monday morning. m several other yards and found that many in need of spraying. Your ge in Some have winter killed - prob- ably because they went into the winter too dry. H we can get several yards to spray we can get a commercial spraying concern to do the job. If you are interested in having yours sprayed notify the Extension office and as soon as we get enough trees to make it worth while for the Commercial Sprayer to do the job we'll arrange for the sprayer and inform you of the date. Costs will likely run from 50c to $1.00 per tree depending on the size. Fruit The cold weather has held back wild and tame fruit to the extent that it is now possible that we might be able to raise some in Crook county this year. Harvey Ferdinand has anticipated raising apples again this year so he has obtained information on spraying to prevent wormy apples. If you are interested in such a spray, use 1 lbs. 50% wettable seed cleaned and treated for some time now waiting for the weather man to give you a chance to plant it. I know some people have their planting done. The popular seed disinfectant these days is the wet treatment. The relatively old, dry or dust treatment is used, too. Either is satisfactory. Don't forget to inoculate your legume seeds. Keyhole (May 3) Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pickerd and family were visitors around Gil- lette Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland and family were visitors at the N. J. Erland home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cranston and family of Upton were also after- noon visitors there. Floyd Mewhirter was a visitor in town Saturday. There were several fishermen out to the Keyhole dam trying their luck Sunday, also several boats. Marlys Petersen was a brief vis- itor at the Elmer Pickerd home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland took DOT powder and 6 lbs. wettableltheir children and Billy and Betty sulphur in 100 gallons of water lPickerd to Mo~rcroft Thursday as a spray 7 to 10 days after blos-Imorning to receive their first polio soms fall and again in 14 to 161shots. I days after the 1st spraying. I The Standard Gas truck was in[ 4.H the community Thursday. I The Beulah Beavers and Weaver- Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones werel ettes had very good meeting last I in Gillette shopping Thursday. ] week. Cal Dodge was unable to Skippy Waters has been attend-] attend the Weaverettes meeting on ing school half a day at a time1 Saturday night. He and Lloyd this week. 1 Ayres did attend the 4-H Council meeting on Saturday. Cal left for Laramie at noon. The 4-H council decided to hold the Rural Life Sunday program at the Devils Tower May 27 as pre- viously planned and to select num- bers from that program to be presented on the Conservation Day at the Tower on Sept. 2. The 4-H Planning Committee has made the assignments for the camp which will be held in Mallo Canyon July 18-21. Bonnie Everling is to have charge of selling of the souvenir programs at the Devils Tower events this summer. These sales will be made by the various 4-H clubs. Each club will be assigned a day to sell. Seed You very likely have had your IN DISTRICT COURT FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT THE STATE OF WYOMING ) )SS. County of Campbell ) NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE In the Matter of the Estate of John Jessen, Deceased. All creditors and others interest- ed in the estate of John Jessen, deceased, take notice that the un- dersigned administrator, of said estate will, on or before the 11th day of May 1956, file in the office of the Clerk of Court of Crook County his final account and peti- tion for distribution of said estate, where anyone interested may ex- amine such account and petition t Tell / '" but any boy or girl about to graduate would rather have'a fine watch, accurately timed, 'guaraateed from The Home of ..... 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Jessen, Administrator April 19-26 May 3-10 Thomas Morgan, Attorney NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO THE CREDITORS AND ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that on January 3, 1956 it ~'as ordered by the Judge of the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming that Let- ters of Administration be issued to Theresa Boles Bauman in the mat- ter of the Estate of Henry Robert Boles, sometimes known as Henry Boles, Deceased and she has quali- fied as such Administratrix; and All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them for allowance to the under- signed or at the office of Maurer & Garst, Douglas, Wyoming, of file them with the Clerk of District Court, Crook County, Wyoming, within six (6) months from the date hereof, and ff such claims be not so exhibited on or before six months from the date hereof, they will be forever barred. Dated at Douglas, Wyoming April 19, 1956. 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