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feed. The film was made at a for- est service experiment ranb'e us- ing privately owned cattle in ,New Mexico. The second film dealt with proper precautions when building fires in t~e forest. The "wrong way" was illustrated ,by two girl campers who had to learvt the ' hard way. The next meeting will he held THE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo. MaY Morning Worship 11:00 Mot'her's Day Service. will sing "Faith of Our and Precious Name". theme will be on ship". The public is vited. 6:00 p. m. Youth at Farrall hall, May 28. "Tennes- 7:30 p. m. Evening eration such a ha~! lesson for the Human race to learn? We stand to gain so much more ,by working together than ~by strug- glirvg agaiHt one another and q)ulling in opposite directions. The Job is easier, quicker and so much more pleasure is lierived from it. Rut don't Join a club ff you intend to be a drone; a home- makers club is like a hive of bees ---there is no place for drones. You can't get the best from your club and the club won't give it's brat to you, if you don't put the bolt you have into it. The ~bene- fits you derive from belonging to a Homemakers clttb are endless; they would fill a book. Year by year the organization is growing and expanding. ,More and better demonstrations are being offered _l I II Dlt. L WARD lkat t Office Over Nyal l amscy II Ill I _ I I I11 TYPEWRITER AND ADDING MACHINE REPAIES SHERIDAN... ...AND SUPPLY CO. 181N. Na in Phone 182 [ UI H I at of a cowboy behind a "wheel" for the first time provided a thrill for all. "I'm Looking Over a 4- iLeal Clover" and "Follow the Gleam", sung as quartet num- bers by Frances Kouf, Nancy Reinecke, Sally Jones and Mar- lene ,Mills, concluded the young- ster's ,part of the evening, Later they served lunch to raise funds for their club. Mrs. Lena Tauck made a report on the results of, the farm bureau play "Don't Darken My Door". Arrangements are underway to show the comedy at Spearfish soon, Jack Crago and Leon Rein- ecke were appointed in charge of the ticket sales there. Over $8.000 has been given or pledged to the county memorial hospital fund, it was reported by Willet Keyser who told of the plans formulated to date. Such a hospital will only cost the taxpayers about a half-mill levy yearly, tile same amount now as- sesed for the county library, ac- cording to estimates carefully worked out by the committee in charge. Myron Goodson announced that some shares of preferred stock in the new farm bureau automotive insurance company are still avail- able to purchasers. Anyone inter- eared should see him. Following discussion of the Mush Creek oil field electri['ca- tion, the Redwater Farm Bureau "went on record as favoring con- tinuance of the REA franchise m that field. REA committeemau, Emerald Reinecke, led the dis- c0~mlon. The P, lack Hills Power and Light is seeking to serve the RY..DWAT g GAT]KElg/NG Highlights of the regular monthly meeting of the P~water Farm Bureau held at Beulah Fri- day evening was a program pre- sented by members of the Beulah Busy Beavers 4-H Club. Devised with the idea of acquainting the adults with the work and aims of 4-H work as well as providing entertainment, the .members were introduced according to their year in club and the project un- dertaken. The club pledge and song by all, ~was followed .by a violin solo by Leon Reinecke. 'What 4-J-I Is" was discussed by ,Bob Christy. Margaret Tauck followed with a spritely reading, about "Little. Miss ~ti Quette.' Combining vanp lous southland songs, Bonny and Dean Wtllard played a medley duet on clarinet and violin. Wayne Hamilton's realistic reeit- Harry Vore is to write an ar- ttcle for publication in the paper during Wyoming Conservation Week. COncluding the evening Ran- ger Beckley showed two forest service films and also ran films of the recent trip to Minneapolis taken ~)y officers of Vhe Farmers and Ranchers Cooperative. The first ~ilm was on "Richer A Worthy Cause -- A Good Time for You Range Rewards" as secured by good range management, entail- ing three principles--use of the range only when ready, number of Mr. and Mrs. John Schwartz animals adjusted to the carrying capacity of the range, and proper distribution to make use of all the i I I I ....... i - N The Store in Sundance will be managed in the same manner as our store in Belle Fourche, by Mr. Gaylen Sutton, handling the same hig quality merchandise: the same nationally adYertised lines at the same reason- able prices. York's Golden Rule has long realized the need og a modern department store in Northeastern Wyoming. We have just now been able to secure a location suitable to our needs. York's Golde Rule De- partment Store will be located in the new, modern building adjacent to Fawkes Drug Store. You may expect (he same friendly and courteous service in our Sundance store as you have been accustomed to for so many years,-in our Belle Fourche Store. Watch for further announcements regarding' our opening Sale. Department Store In Sundance, terrtb!e sacrifice of Ji~es that war and conflict bring. ~hy is Coop- must e0oPer&te to Jbe an ideal worker in an extension club, there ~vould be no need for the To me, that is one of the most important lemons in the entire field. If the whole world could be taught to cooperate, as one isation ~e are taught cooperation. .-~ II I I I ..... I i see" Hall is to be one of the the third in a seriesof speakers at the gathering, of "The Three Greal?est ARE YOU DOING YOUR each year to it's men,hers. It is~' -----------x~. Human History." PART TO (X)NSd~RVE my ,belief that the underprivi-[~--~-o~r;.-' ..~-~ i'- th~ oreo ~ ,v. ~..v~v~ ~rw,wn, t~v~m w~ ~=~,n,.~,. ~,.s~..v. .... ., ~.~ ~.~ ..u "~'l er,~d by the Tri-Countv REA fran- Are--ou doin*~ -'our "-art to hel~" rives the most from the exteu-I . : " - CHURCW J' ~ J' ,P #* ClllSe. r i " ~ u , ? h i the sion club" probably because she[ ~ ni~ni~ ~-ath~- I"b~n ~ h#~n Warren L. Lea, M mater ~/~L~ ,qb ild world peace, r at s . , ..... _ __- i o tr as the most to gain It ]s a prey- Thursda May 6th the WSCS ] leading quest on in this c un y . " _. quet. was favored bv. the group Y,. ,