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Greets American Home Demonstration Laramie --- President Eisenhow-! er has greeted American home- makers on their 11th National Home Demonstration Week, April 29-May 5. He especially congratu- lated the 563,000 local volunteer leaders for accomplishment in the Cooperative Extension Service Pro- gram. Written to Secretary of Agricul- ture Benson, the President's letter said: Thank you for informing me of the plans for the eleventh Nation- al Home Demonstration Week, April tWenty.ninth to May fifth. This observance, with the theme, "Today's Home Builds Tomorrow's World,', will surely emphasize the importance of the home in teach- ing and preserving values of in- dividual freedom and responsibility. It will also show how American women improve their homes by applying methods developed by home economics research. To all who join in the observance I extend warm greetings. And I congratulate the 563,000 local vol- unteer leaders who bring to Ameri- can homemakers the opportunities of the Extension Service program. Together they strengthen the famE. ly and community life of our Nation. Sincerely, Dwight D. Eisenhower News By Bonnie Everling Mallo Canyon in July. Handicraft projects chosen for camp will be textile painting and making bas- kets, salt and pepper shakers and gaucho ties. Other council proceedings in- cluded: The Junior Leaders will be in charge of an International dinner with foreign costumes and foreign dishes to be held later on in the summer. The 4-H clubs will sell souvenir programs each Sun- day at the Devils Tower Anniver- sary programs during the summer. Rural Life Sunday will be held at Devils Tower, rain or shine, at 10 a.m. Deerburgers and pot luck dinner will be served. The better numbers from this program will be chosen to be presented at the 4-H program on "Conservation Day" September 2. Mr. Cal Dodge, County agent-at- large from Laramie was at the Council meting to give special help to Junior Leaders and also gave suggestions on conducting and ira- proving 4-H meetings. Mr. Lloyd Ayres gave a demon- stration on Yard Beautification. If you have brought a Series E Savings Bond every month since May 1, 1941 (and some people have), then you have every right to celebrate the 15th anniversary this year. Whether you are retired (or just tired), those E Bonds come in mighty handy. And you, too, can celebrate the E's 15th birthday on May 1. PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS To the Defendants: Jack Nason, and Mrs. William Brodbeck, given name unknown, whose residences Hi Homemakers and Girls, are unknown, and their unknown This is National Home Demon- heirs, devisees, or legatees if they stration Week. Our theme "To-be deceased; Royce L Shepard, d ' ays Home Builds Tomorrow's P" O. Box 14, Sterling, Colo.; World." I'm sure we can say that Rosena M. Bright, Williamsport, Crook County Home Demonstration Ohio; Blanche Logan, Star Rte. 2, Club members are working toward Ft. Morgan, Colo.; Orville Lysager, that goal. If you talk to any of the club members I'm sure they would tell you what a full and interesting program they are carry- ing on. For this observance two displays have been put up in Sundance, one on Lighting and one on Outdoor Cookery. These are just two of the lessons that club members have had this year. Hope you will look at them when you are in town. We are eagerly looking forward to our International Day on Satur- day in Hulett. The women have really been practicing their foreign dishes. I would publicly like to say here --- '~C)'ar hats are off to you club members who are doing such a grand job in making your club work such a success and so very worthwhile. I certainly do appre- ciate it and I'm sure your families and friends must too! Congratula- tions to you all during your week." A reminde~ to the club vice presidents. Program planning day is just around the corner. May 15 at 1:30 at my apartment. I wish you all could have seen the fine safety skit the Beulah Beavers put on at their 4-H meet- ing this last week. All of the mem- ~bers participated. It really had some gobd lessons for all of us. And I'm sure you would all have laughec~ as hard as I at the skits the parents put on at the Weaver- ettes 4-H Club meeting Saturday night. Each year the parents are asked to put on the program at one meeting. It's a wonderful idea because it makes the parents feel more a part of 4-H. And you couldn't find better entertainment any place. Our 4-H Council meeting was a big success despite the bad weath- er. We discussed Rural Life Sun- day program, selling souvenir pro- grams at Devils Tower, 4-H Camp and Junior Leaders Camp. Our thanks to all of you leaders and junior leaders who attended. The County 4-H Council decided to pay one-half of the camp fee for Junior Leaders to attend the State Junior Leaders' Camp in Douglas June 5-9. They will then be teachers of crafts and recrea- tion at our county 4-H camp at Edward Lysager, Elenora Lysager, and each of you and that you be on or before the 26th day and Mrs. William Norby, given excluded from any interest therein; 1956, the said petition yEll name unknown, whose residences that the certain deed described in as true and Judgment are unknown; Amanda Raber, 2348 said petition be cancelled and an-] rendered in accordance E. Harding Way, Stockton, Calif.; nulled, and that the two certain prayer thereof. Henry Ronning, Wood, S, Dak.; mortgages described in said petE-I Dated this 17th day of Melvin A. Ronning, also known as tion be discharged and released, !1956. Melvin Ronning, Broadus, Mont.; reference being hereby made toI Marion Cure, Olavis Ronning, Broadus, Mont.; said petition for a complete de-[ Clerk of Court Eastern Clay Products, Inc., a scription of said deed to be cancel-~ (SEAL) Maryland corporation; and the un- led and of said mortgages to be[ John H. Durr, known heirs, devisees, or legatees released. ~ [ Plaintiff of Cola W. Shepard, Rubie M. You are further notified that un-[Scotty Gladstone, Attorney Shepard, Anna Ronning, Ole Ron- less you file answer ~n said action lApril 19, 26; May 3, i0. ning, Hannah Lysager, and Ole Lysager, each of whom is deceased: You will hereby take notice that there is now on file in the District Court in and for Crook County, Wyoming, at Sundance, Wyoming, filed by John H. Durr as plaintiff, a petition naming you as defend- ants and asking judgment that you be compelled to show your interest in and to the following described real estate, to-wit: Lots 3, 4, 5, ~6 Sec. 19; Lot 6, Sec. 20, Lots 7, 9, 1O, 11, 12, Sec. 28; Lots 8, 9, 16, See. 29; Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, Sec. 30; Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, Sec. 31; Lots 1, 5, 8, Sec. 32; Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, Sec. 33; all in T. 58 N., R. 60 W. of the 6th P.M.; Lots 8, 9, Sec. 4; Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, See. 5; Lots 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, See. 6; Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, Sec. 7; Lots 10. 11, Sec. 8; T. 57 N., R. 60 W. 6th P.M.; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, Sec. 35 T. 58 N., R. 61 W. 6th P.M.; Lots 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, Sec. 1; Lots 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, Sec. 2; Lot 2, Sec. 12; all in T. 57 N., R. 61 W. 6th P.M.; All in Crook County, Wyo.; That the same may be adjudged to be null and void and that the plaintiff be adjudged and decreed to be the owner in fee simple of all of said lands and premises and entitled to the exclusive possession thereof; that the title of the plain- tiff be forever quieted against you tt presents by Marie [etealf For the benefit of the children who were burned out by the fire. 8 p.m. Sundanee I-I gh School Gym Admission: ADULTS-75c STUDENTS-50e CHILDREN-20 W th LINCOLN NATIONAL'S "Flexible-Age" retirement plan you can , .....any time from age 50 to 70 U With LINCOLN NATIONAL'S flexible-age retirement plan you may, whenever you please, change the date your retire. meat benefits begin - to fit the needs of your changing cir. cumstances. 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