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May 6, 1948

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ING CC~M~,TE,RCE AND COMMISSION IS GO- THE VISITORS TO AND CHICAGO SHOWS ALL ABOUT WITH THE EXHIB- ABOVE. BYrdie Ellen Varner of is the pretty Wyoming ~Will preside over ac- around the attractive CG booth and give out literature from all sec- le State. Each town and State was invited to by sending in their literature to aug- Comniission's "Wyoming in Pictures" Booklet Paint Brush Map re- the presses as a new the Commission's cam- add new and interesting to attract tourists and visitors to the State. R. Crow Lur~ber Com- aratoga, Wyo., furnished Knotty Pine of ~exhibit is made and Timber Company of had the e~hibit donated it to the Corn- permanent use in ad- the State at various Ld other exhibitions thru- Mr. C. D. Wil- of the Wyo- Company at Hanna of the Wyoming Cam- Industry Commission the idea of the ex- saddle pictured in was furnished by the Plastics Company of one of the State's the leather saddle, a n d Mrs. Varners Were furnished by the Ranchman Outfitters Wyoming. Gov- own picture of ,Des- as contributed by the! make the background settin~ of the ex- e~h~bit will be shipped to Detroit this week where the show@ starts March 31st and runs thru~ April 4th. Then it will be ship- ped from Detroit to Chicago where it will be shown at the Chicago Travel show beginning April 10 and ending April 15th. -X Health for All ]KT.ASLES Because measles is so common ~mong children, many of us re- gard it too lightly. Some of us ever~ joke ~b0ut it and tease the young patientt about his spotty complexion. Unaware that measles frequently results in serious corn* plications, many mothers pur- ,posely expose their children to it to "get it over with.", Measles is rarely a direct cause of death, Jt is true. "Ithe healthy child usually recovers easily and quickly from measles and rarely stiflers serious complications, but the disease is a particularly ser- ious threat to children under five years of age. An attack of measles can weak- en the patient, especially a young child, to such an extent that he is aa easy prey for pneumonia, ser- ious infections of the ear and other grave complications. So mothers should take every pre- caution to protect children of pre- school age against the disease, rather than deliberately expose them. If an older child in the household contracts measles, it is wise to ask the doctor what measures might .'be taken to pro- tect other members of the family. He may advise innoculation, par- ticularly of a baby or delicate child in the family. Measles, one of the most easily spread of all diseases, is caused by a virus. Its early sym,ptoms are similar to those of a cold: red, watery eyes, running nose, sneez- ing and fever. It is in this-early fire due to faulty wiring in your home, f rm, of business, can wipe out in a matter of min- Years of work and saving. Feel Safe ....Be Safe _ us inspect your home business house for any Wirin , or l etlon. g. We will make no charge for the in- And we will honestly tell you if you do or need wiring revision. Call On An Expert When You Need Wiring Feel Safe .... Be Safe Cheshier Sundanee produce immunity to measles andI TI-IrE SUNDAN~ TIMF_~S measles does not produce immun-I Sundance, Wyo. May 6, 1948 ity to them. Mistaking one ofI ~- these other diseases for measles isI the chief reason for so-called I Twenty-four former Japanese warships, stripped of armament, "second attacks" of measles. ]have been turned over to the U. In the next article, finding tu-[S. Navy for use as target v.essels burculosis early will be discussed. I or for scrapping. Groceries, Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, Bakery Goods Belle Fou che, S. D. sta~ge that measles is most con- tagious. The characteristic rash usually does not appear until about four days after these first signs. Therefore it is a mistake to put off precautionary and protec- tive measures until the rash ap- pears. At the slightest suspicion of measles, the patient should be put to bed Jn a well-ventilated room, away from other members of the family and visitors who might bring into the room other germs to complicate his illness. The doc- tor should be called immediately, and he, of course, will give the ,best advice on how to care for the patient. No matter how mild an attack of measles might seem it is best treated by the doctor. Medical supervision is especially important for the prevention "of possible complications. Meaelos is considered a "child-! hood disease", but people in any age group may catch it. Children are most often its victims ~because most adults have had it in child- hood and acquired a lasting im- munity 'with that first attack. However, there are other diseases that greatly resemble measles. They are sometimes confused with measles and in the case of Ger- man measles, even have in part the same name. But they are caus- ed by dtfferent viruses and do not Swanders FINE BREAD AND PASTRIES..... make any meal complete. Our large selection of these mouth watering tempters is always fresh.. our racks are refilled daily. Stop here regularly for taste treats that are always enjoyable. L We will want hundreds of Saddle Horses and Ponies at this sale. Bring them in a day or tw obefore so we can get them ready to sell. Two bands--Sturgis High School and St. Martin's Acad- emy will take part in the parade. We will sell draft type and all unbroke horses in the af- ternoon. Mak eyour plans now to have all your horses at Sturgis. "Black Hills Leading Livestock.Market Jim Madden Mgr. Phone 88 Sturgis, S. D. t