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May 6, 1948

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HO S ACTIVE PART IN DE [OI ST] TION WEEK in National Home week beginning of May 2 was the main at the April meeting of Homemakers at the :of Minnie Island Wednes- afternoon. A colnmittee of was appointed to make ar- fox' decorating a win- n Sundance carrying out appearance May 7 at l:- on the Deadwood station ~rrcanged for by President ore. This will be in con- With the home demonstra- ~nt of Lawrence county. 'lal for the yearbooks was in to Mary Ellsbury, who the ~Overs with the club the red poppy These will labled and ready for the ver); soon. " s reported that four club had entered the letter contest Designs for the hook co~er in the county Were discussed and each was urged to bring ideas ~ext meting. "Hidden tan rere discussed with the full), utilizing everyones Ce'- Was played during 'eational period with Stel- ~ou winning high score. mode was served by the anamittee: Phyllis Habeck ~a Tauck. Seven visitors :~ent, bringing the total ~ce to well over twenty. ~alph Watson will be hos- he May 19 meeting. -4)I)er Redwater (Last Week) d Mrs. Ted Cochran and )Y, of Deadwood stayed Saturday visiting with Butterfield family. Ellsburys attended ~t Sundance Saturday. has heen working Past Week at the Ted ranch. lan Ellsbury, who has lent in the Deadwood Over a week, was re- and returned his parents. Though he is to remain time' yet. Mrs. George Ripley visiting several days ie of their daughter, l. They ,plan alifornia soon. the women in this Lttended club at the Is- Wed~esday afternoon. Mrs. Bill Butterfield d had dinner evening at the Harry t~lan~1 Mrs. S. E. Lanning they have stopped off at Pullman, Wash., and are vis- iting their daughter, Betty York, and family. They probably will be back at the ranch the latter part of this week. Frank Lin.coln, Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Wicks and little son Dave, were Sunday dinner guests at tim W. H. Butterfield home. Game VCarden "Tennessee" Hall was a visitor in this section Thursday checking beaver pelts at the EIlsbury and Butterfield ranches. He also stopped at Glen Camerons. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Heetland and daughter and Paul Heetland cattle Thursday. Not much news as writer is still sick. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Phoenix and Jimmy Francis spent a couple of days at the ranch with their mother and grandma. Mr. and Mrs. Art Schelldorf have our deepest sympathy in their hour of sadness. X MORE THAN AN ATHLETIC PLANT The %Vyoming ~A~ar Memorial, a livin~g monument to the more than 33,000 State war veterans, will of Hay Creek were visitors at the he much more than an athletic Ted Butterfield home Sunday. plant for the University of Wyo- x ruing. For years, and particularly IN THE DISTRICT COURT since the rapid growth of Wyom- SIXTH 3UDICIAL DISTRICT ing population, there has been a STATE OF V~"YOMING ~ss. need for a large central building where statewide functions from County of Crook ) stock shows to conventions could In the Matter of the Estate of be held. JOHN V. CLARK, The %'voming VCar Memorial, ] Deceased. a Fieldho{tse on the University ofI Wyoming campus, answers the I ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE statewide need for such a building, l The petition of Elaine M. Under present plans, the large] Clark, surviving widow of John interior of the Fieldhouse will be[ V. Clark, deceased, having beencompletely adequate for the hand- [ filed in the ~bove entitled court, ling of a farm and stock show. ItI praying that the whole of said will he the onlv building in the] estate be set over 'to her absolute- State where a complete stock show I ly in lieu of her exemptions. (~an be held under one roof. [ It is hereby ordered that all VVvoming's vouth, both urban[ pe~'sons interested in the above[ and "rural, with their large and J estate appear on the 21st day of] well-organized 4'-tt and Futuret May 1948 in the Court room of] Farmers of America programs, [his court' in Sundance, Wyom-Ineeds a place like the VCar Mem- ing, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. jovial Fieldhouse for the exhibi- M. or as soon thereafter as thei tion of their championship ani- petition may be heard, to show[ reals and agricultural products. cause why the whole of said es-] And the Wyoming Stockman's tate should not be found to be[ Association will find the War exempt to the said widow, and Memorial Fieldhouse an excellent set over to her as her absolute facility for a combination state property, subject only to the ex- convention and VCyoming Stock )enses .of administration, of the Show. It is within the reahn of last sickness of the decedent, and possibility for a VVyoming Stock funeral expenses. Show to one day rival its neigh- Dated this 22nd day of April,boring Denver Stock Show, once 1948. an adequate facility is provided. HARRY P. ILSLEY, So tile Wyoming VCar Memorial Judge offers a ,~ervice to beefy Ilerefords Otis Reynolds, Attorney as well to beefy fullbacks. April 29-May 6-13 -- x-- Arch Creek Mr. and Mrs. D.,E. Case of Al- tadena, Calif. drove into the ranch Wednesday evening to be with Mr. Case's mother. Mrs. George %~ise who is very ill. They drove 1325 miles in 24 hours. Wray Case flew down from Sheridan to see his mother, Mrs. George Wise, Sunday. Had a nice shower Thursday evening. Dr. Claren,hach called at the Wise ranch Monday and Satur- day. Everyone in this vicinity is farming. Barton Bros. are still busy working cattle and farming. Lee 'Ondrezeik was riding for More than 1,000 nurses are needed as officers in the regular Navy Nurse Corps. At the pres- ent time, the Corps is 1,470 short of the authorized complement of 3,428. In addition, 7,000 nurses THE SUNDANCE TIM~S ' Sundance, Wyo. May 6, 1948 are being sought for the Reserve Navy Nurse Corps. To The New Super Safety Super Comfort Super Economy Soon Available In All Sizes With A Generous Trade In Allowance for Your Old Tires Sundance, Wyoming IT'S DELICIOUS... IT'S NUTRITIOUS ... IT'S PASTEURIZED ... Serve It to Your Entire Family You drinking Spearfish Creamery Milkt It's the alik pasteurized and processed by your Spear- Creamery. It's pure and clean.., the best and aOt|rishing milk money can buy. It's for you and YOur family will love it. iil At My Ranch Located 5 Miles North of Wheatland, Wyoming on Highway 87 LUNCH AT NOON SALE STARTS 1 O'CLOCK I' hltLIHG OPEN HEIFERS OF BREEDING AGE The entire offering are grandsons and granddaughters of Real Prince D 121st and Advance Domino 53d. OUR ENTIRE CROP OF SENIOR BULLS AND HEIFERS HAVE BEEN RESERVED FOR THIS SALE