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The well-being of People of Wyoming depends soil and its related water, animal life, and Soil and water con- materially benefits all and We recognize that future generations also upon the soil and its and These resources are Creator, and It is fitting that we a special time to help all our citizens an that "The Earth is the and many ministers, and soil con- districts are sponsoring emphasizing the Values of wise use and of the Lord's Earth, ORE, I, Milward a, Governor of the State do hereby proclaim May 6-12, 1956 as ~SHIP WEEK in which all of us can ourselves as good stew- Lord's Earth. WHEREOF, I have set my hand and have great Seal of the State to ~ affixed by the az Stat~, at the Capitol F of Cheyenne, on this ay of April, 1956. Milward L. Simpson, C, Overnor ]~verett C Copenhaver, ~y of State Lake Cook (May 3) of St. Onge, S. D. on freinds around the Cook territory one Week. and Idolo Giachino Fourche Saturday OVer a hay baler which going to buy. at Charles Dirks' last Mrs. Dennison and dett and Mrs. Clyde and son Hubert. J.C. Melvin Limerick and rs. Fred Case and daugh- olo Giachino. Dirks spent Tuesday Clara Lu Conzelman. ~iachino and Charles to Sundance Friday to t~Ck Assn. meeting at i station. It~. spent Tuesday night ~lrks'. (May 3) April 22 Mr. and Mrs. and family entertain- Mrs. Wesley Menden- ~ley Jr., Mr. and Mrs. and Helen and Mr. ~Y Mayberry. Mrs. George Pzinski ~sts of Mr. and Mrs. and family several Pzinski was confined to With the mumps the May 6-12 Omer and Dave Rawhouser were callers of Mr. and Mrs. Jay May- berry Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pzinski and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Jay May- berry, Mr. and Mrs. Les Avery and sons were among those shopping in Newcastle Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dutcher and Nancy were social callers of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Maybery Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Farely, Nora Farely were shopping in Newcastle Monday. ~. OUR SOIL * OUR STRENGTH Proclamation by the Honorable Governor Simpson. Proclamation by the Honorable Mayor Roberts. Next Week is "Soil Stewardship Week" throughout The United States, througout W y o m i n g, throughout Sundance. It has been proclaimed. Sunday, May the 6 is Soil Stwe- ardship Sunday. The local Cler~gy- men are busy preparing for it. Myron Goodson, Chairman of the Redwater SCD, tells me that his district has furnished helpful in- formation for their observance as well as an attractive program fold- er. Most of these gentlemen also attended the Redwater SCD board meeting at Frankie Pearson's ranch Tuesday, to get better acquainted with Soil Conservation activities in the area. You know, all this brings to -For truly, the earth is the Lorcl and the fullness thereof, but the responsibility for its stewardship is vesLed in man.* ( '- C.W. 6g-- ,l~/urA6 ~ - NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR UNITED STATES PATENT Serial No. Wyo. 040664 Bureau of Land Management District Land Office Cheyenne, Wyoming Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the Act of Congress approved May 10, 1872, A. J. Maurer Sr., and A. J. Maurer Jr., whose Post Office address is Seely, Wyoming, have made application for: APOGEE Bentonite Placer Mining Claim NE%NWX4 Sec- tion 29, T57N, R65W of the Sixth P.M. containing 40 acres, Crook County, Wyoming Said A. J. Maurer Sr., and A. J. Maurer Jr., each claim to be the owner of an undivided one-half interest in said claims, and any and all persons claiming adversely to them to said mining claims above described and applied for, or any part thereof, are hereby notified that unless their claims are duly filed according to the laws and regulations thereunder with the Manager of the United States Land Office at Cheyenne, Wyoming, within the time provided by law, they will be forever barred by virtue of the provisions of the above mentioned Statute. Dated this 24th day of April, 1956. Perry T. Williams, Manager May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 - June 7, 14, mind a little card I carry in my[land, thy fruitful fields shall be- 21-28 billfold. The Redwater SCD sent lcome sterile stony ground and ..... ! these out a couple of years ago. [wasting gullies, and thy descend- Eyes Examined---Glasses Fitted l You can still get one by dropping lants shall decrease and live in a note (bank note) to one of the i poverty or perish from off the face i DR. T. H. pll~ i members of the board of supervis-[of the earth." QPTOMJ~YI~IST | ors On the back is printed Dr. ~ There is ~ lat nf meat in that t [ Lowdermilk s Eleventh Command- Tske ~ lnnk ~t hi_~tnrv r ! ! V~n PhoDe NO. 300 ~ Desdwood ! merit." Very appropriate - it goes k~a~ -T ~'~k~li~-i'~" ........ Over Montgomery Ward Strum | like this... " ......... ~Vind"--y ...... l "Thou shall inherit the holy earth as a faithful steward, con- serving its resources and product- ivity from generation to genera- tion. Thou shalt safeguard thy fields from soil erosion, thy living waters from drying up, thy forests from desolation, and protect tby hills from overgrazing by thy herds, that thy descendants may have abundance forever. If any shall fail in this stewardship of the for the members of the North- eastern Wyoming Hereford Association who produce bulls like these. e. Nl a . Cro tnah; a e tmhe ih l ford Sundance Monday, we offer our ,hopes for a successful sale to the members of the association. To All Who May I Attend the Sale l Edward Petersen, Manager Ph. 3.1065 Sundanee, Wyo. This year marks the .O4th sale of the association and members are again offering similar bulls for sale. We wish them every success. To those of you attending the sale, we offer you a warm welcome. Enjoy yourself and while you're here pay us a visit. We'll be glad to see you. "Your International Harvester Dealer" Mooreroft Sundance