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CALENDAR OF COMING EV~-,NTS May 6--Footstool Making Dem- netration in Sundance ~by Paul- ine Bunting. 10:00 a. m. May 7--Footstool Making Dem- omstration in Moorcroft by Paul- ine Bunting, 10:00 a. m. Cabin Creek Rough Riders 4-H club. May 8---Aladdin Hustlers 4-H club. Scissors and Pins 4-H club. XDSJ, Deadwood, 1:30 p. m. May 10----Bear Lodge 4-H club May ll--Grizzly Bears 4-H Club. Shamrock Homemakers. May 12--Yard Beautification demonstration at Bill Bush's, 1 p. m. by W. O. Edmondson. Beav- er Creek Homemakers club. Devils Tower Homemakers club. Inyan Kara Homemakers club. Aladdin Homemakers club. May 13----Yard Beautification and Weed identification tour of Sand Creek, with picnic lunch. W. O. Edmondson, extension For- ester will conduct tour. ,May 14--Moorcroft Homemak- ers club. May 15--Sundance Mountain Chefs. June 4---Northeastern Wryoming Hereford Association 4-H judging contest. June 5---Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association spring show and sale. for planting in their yards. This will he the feature Homemakers event for the year. Mrs. Evangeline J. Smith, Nu- trition Specialist of the Wyoming Agricultural Service wil demon- strate the use of pressure pans to Homemakers clubs on May 24 at Hulett. CONSERVATION The response to our request for Sunny Divide 4-H club. Lower articles in observance of Conser- Kara Creek 4-H club. ,ration Week has been so good ~Redwater Homemakers and coun-]that it seems unnecessary for me ty council radio broadcast over f to devote much time or space to writing about conservation. How- ever, since it is Wyoming Con- servation Week it would seem ad- visa;ble that we include something ~bout conservation in our column. HOMTEMAI~IBRS "~ T g' at need for this type of conservation. The conservation of tile fertility of the soil is equally important. As has been demon- ,~trated by soil analysis on soil samples from various parts of the cou~lty, in crop yield trends, and iu tests on livestock deficiencies, the fertility of our soils is very low, especially in phosphorous. Fertility can be conserved by adopting a good crop rotation which includes a few years in a legume or a grass. Soil Conservation worker, O. K. Barnes, of Cheyenne, has revealed that pure stands of seeded grass rather than mixtures of different This is National Homemakers species are preferred by Wyoming Week. Homemakers clubs throu~gh- grazing lands. He reports that out Crook County and Wyoming, there is a tendency for cattle and~ as well as the nation, are observ- sheep topractice what is known ing this week in a variety of ways. as preferential grazing on mixed In Crook county, news articles, stands of grass. He says the ani- mals fail to make optimum use of window displays and radio broad- all the grass on the range. One casts will bring the attention of i the general public to the fact exception to this rule against grass mixtures is a mixture of that it is National Homemakers crested wheat grass or tbrome grass Week. and alfalfa. This mixture pro- Homemakers clubs are set up duced more forage per acre than throughout the nation for the pur- any other standing of pure grass pose of making it .possible for in experimental work at the Uni- Homemakers to get together for versity of Wyoming substations social, recreational and educa- farm near Cheyenne. tional purposes. The theme adopt- ed for Homemakers clubs this Weeds choke out a considerable ye~ ~s, /'Today,s Home B~t~ds percenta~ge of crop yield each year TonY0rr0w's World/' The Home- that could be converted to profit- makers Creed is, "I believe that able yields by preventing the the home is the greatest institu- weed growth. With current meth- tion in the world. I believe that ods of controlling weeds it is the Homemaker has the most ira- unnecessary to permit this loss in portant task in the world. I be- production. lieve that it is my resp0nsiblllty The depradation of ~ublic prop- as a homemaker: to insure the erty, especially of public parks ~b a class of people who thoughtless- purity and sanity of my home. To ly and carelessly destroy many of exert such a moral influence in our natural resources is a prac- my home that those whose lives tice that should be stopped and I touch may be properly lnflu- if and when stopped, will result enced thereby. To provide for the health of my family by cooking in the conservation of some more properly and 'by keeping my home of our natural resources. clean and sanitary. To maintain Health and ~happiness are re- a real home of cheer, comfort and sources or assets that will add attractiveness which my family materially to our welfare if they will enjoy. To help lead mir faro- can be conserved. fly in the ,paths of culture they may seek and appreciate the ~bet- ter things of life. ~Po cooperate with moral, educational, patriot- te and civic agencies whose pur- pose is the ~betterment of home life. I ,laeltwe that carrying out these duties will require an un- limited amount of determination, patience, preserveranee, and self control, but I :believe that for this expenditure I shall receive ample and satisfactory returns. 2~une In to radio station KDSJI~ at 1450 on your radio dial next Friday, May 7 at 1:30 p. m. for the Crook County Homemakers Council program and the Red- water Homemakers cl:ub program. Pauline Bunting, state Home Management Specialist will dem- onstrate footstool construction in Sundance starting at 10:00 a. m. in the courtroom on May 6. She will give the same demonstration In Moorcroft on the 7. The dem- onstration there will start at 10 also. Each Homemakers club will have two representatives attend Miss Bunting's workshop and make a footstool, so they can re- turn the demonstration to their various clu~bs. The conservation of energy, tf judicially applied can add much ~ Albert Manke, David and Wills THE SUNDANCE to the welfare of our country. Sprecklen were ,lmainess callers in ~undance, Wyo. MaY Conservin~ energy by not using it Belle Fourths on Monday. detracts from our well being the Mr. and Mrs. Erett Ha~tonstall same as using energy for non- and Riekie ~ad supper in Albert productive purposes. Manke 'home on Monday. Fortunately we have never been Mr. and Mrs. David Roberts, subjected to conditions which Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zimmer- have been and are being exper- schied, Ar~ Zimmerschied .had din- fenced by people of foreign war nor with Elbert Zlmmerschied devastated countries where it is family on Sunday. absolutely necessary food be conserved to the highest extent Edna Zimmerschfed is helping possible. If we can visualize their Gracie paint her kitchen this plight and place ourselves mental- week. ly in their position, we .can ~better understand the necessity for con- servation. We need not place our- selves in the position of people in foreign countries to realize this necessity if we consider the pres- ent rapid gaill in population and the downward trend in ~grlcul- tural production. Let us not only talk conservation, ,but practice it as well. x------------- l Carlile On lVfay 12, Mr. Edmoadson will give a yard beautification demon- stration at Bill Bush's place at Hulett starting at 1:00 p. m. On the 13, Crook County tIome- makers will meet at Kate Don- aldson's place in Sundance where Mr. Edmondson will help plan the landscapin,g of her yard. From there, the group will go to Sand Creek and have a picnic probably at the country ,club. Def- inite arrangements will be made later. Following lunch the group will view the landscaping on the Nels Smith place and tour up Sand Creek for the ~purpose of identifyln~ shrulm and other plants and procuring shrubs for those who care to take them home Mr. Ed Manke was taken to hospital in Rapid City on Tuesday. We understand Mr. Manke has a blood clot in the heart and will probably have to remai~ in the hosi)ital for some time. o Pine Ridge school children, their parents and friends met at the school house Friday for a pic- nic. This closed the school for this year. Quite a number of people in this community are ill. Mrs. Fran- ces Garman, Neal and Alice. Geo. Zimmerschied, also Eddie Manke, have very recently ~een ill. Mrs. Earl Rush and daughter ~Ellen; her brother, Russell Moon and son drove to Champion, Neb. Friday afternoon where they visited with their mother, brother and sister. This is the firsttime in fifteen years Mrs. Moon has been with her entire family of four children. Mrs. Elsom accom- panied the ~party as far as Mit- chell, Neb. where she visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Christy and two cousins and fam- ilies, Dr. Paul and Dr. Ellis Bak- l er, of Scotts Bluff, Nob. The ~yo. I people returned Sunday nlte. i The Ca.bin Creek $unday school met at 9:00 o'clock Sunday morn- ing. Twenty-one persona were present. The school met early in order to allow the 4-H club to go to Hulett to witnes~ a judging demonstration. Mrs. Lester Sherard spent Monday in Spearfish. Mrs. Mike Erland, Mrs. Bob McDaniels and Mrs. Lyle Griffith were hostesses at a bridal shower honoring Mrs. Lloyd Atkinson Friday evenin,g, given at Pine Ridge church. Mrs. Atkinson's friends 'presented her with a great many beautiful and useful gifts. The evening was spent informally. A delicious lunch was served at a late hour by the hostesses. .Master Richard Haptonstall celebrated his third birthday on Sunday. His mother entertained at dinner for him. 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