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of North Amer- ~fascinating watercraft. th~ most stable of all, le most dangerous. For and timorous, Lincoln, noted out- has a few pointers on one. the water if there is Waves. When fishing never stand up to a fish. In trolling, i those made by rural boys thru-lu out the nation who are taking/.0W WyomiK Got part in the 1948 National 4-H Dairy Production awards pro- gram. More than 1,600 of th~lThe Name Wyoming will be awarded county medals of honor and 350 state winners will receive $25.00 U. S. Savings Bonds for outstandin,g records of achievement. Ten sectional win- ners will each get a trip to the National 4~H Club .Congress in Chicago next :November provided by Kraft Foods Co. Six national champions selected from the sec- tional winners will each be awarded a $200.00 college schol- arship. Last year's state winners in Wyoming were: Don Legg, Cody; Loni Lee McKinney, Emblem; Ardyce Steiner, Lander; Glen out .behind the canoe, facing forward, half the seat with rod out Hart, Thayne; Betty Jane Bart- Rather, turn in your lett, Cody; ,Lane Pendleton, :~ the stern and the Thayne, and Tom Coleman, Lan- au then have complete def. es rod and line when aThe program is conducted un- _ ".. der the direction of the Coopera- '~Shng it is preferable tire Extension Service. County YOUr duffle just back of extension agents will furnish full seat, forward or center, information. canoe pointed in the ---~--------T rection of the spot to See Iv are casting and cast at ---=J "~"ief~m"~ -- "--,,,,~ ......------~neo~vW'oe~ner :V/r. and Mrs. E. J. Svoboda L ............. t ok a load of hogs to Belle td or~%~t~atare~'Ke'yt t'he sale Thursday for Warren ~L~ ~L~ ~~ -- ld a large fish from a ~ ay. - ....... . .~ _ ._ ~r. anu Mrs. Jay Airneart ma~e ~'r [:a~c~ane ana tnen a trip to Belle Tuesday ~" .... ' .... Bill Proctor and Quinten Bal- ~t 'guiae s mooeC' st for }~,~,h T+ ~.,~ IOU were in Hulett ,Monday. d Mrs. Alton Schimpf t k~l~o~,, ~h~ ~,, ~.cA~._r~.~.,.,~..~..~,t: returned from Casper Monday. a ._.:p.--.-~--,~,u,~u ~ ...... Bab Sherrard was calling at the ~t no[Z~lnh~n~r ~k~an different homes in the Seely victn- tU~bl~ t~o,,~o o~,~ ~a: ~' " tty this week o__~ --~.-,~,, ,,-t'h~-u~:iZ::f~':~ Mr. and ~,frs. Vernis 'Promble the gunwales ~ro,~:~- and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stewart ~rs ,,~- ~,~ ~ ..... - a d Miss Chase were visiting at ;;at-or the bls h me S nday. ...... ~,e vow :Mr. and Mrs. 1~. j. Gvo~oda uom photographic , ~lar w~Ho, o~ made a .bustne~ trip to the D~ho- - : ;'_";:~_~;.'~.~ to country Tuesday. that ~s ~r~ely Lu overturn Should he Lee Ed~vvard Tr0mble ~d Jim- of the canoe, my Long were admitted to t,h~ models of out- John Burns Hospital Saturday 20 to 30 morning for tonsllectamys. used on canoes. A large crowd attended the ideal for canoe musical festival in Hulett and all for slow trolling agreed the younpters di~ a good job of entertaining. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ballou were trading in 'Belle Saturday. Mrs. Faye Mtehell, Mr. and ~Mrs. Gee. Serviss of P~pid City are visiting at the R. S. Jolley home. -x The first book in "ted years to deal exclusively with the su'bject of wind-waves, their origin, char- acteristies and effects, has been Laramie.---- "Why is Wyoming canoes are very north where hun- ~ldes and woodsmen :hem. The aluminum- are now very much handle remarkably ns of wind, water. he planned to do published .by the U. S. Navy's he had just Hydrographic Office. Sale, a 14-year-old 'Add her to my Through my 4-'HI aing how to se- animals to bProduetion per cow; alance rations and By demonstrating I learn not only in public helps to improve in my corn- Year I'm helping to foreign relief ~oy gOOd roughage and waste.', are typical of "Wyoming?" The University of Wyoming ar- chives reveal that back in the days when Freeman brothers and their famous "press on wheels" were following the growing Union Pacific, Leigh Freeman began an editorial campaign in the "Fron- tier Index." The poem "Gertrude of Wyo- ming," based on the Wyoming Valley Indians back in Pennsyl- vania, appealed to the rough "Frontier" editor. All along the line of the U. P{ road he trum-. peted the name "Wyoming Terri- r " to y. When congress came to con- sider names for this new state they wanted something* both musi- cal and western One of the most popular was Cheyenne, but this was discarded as having too close a resemblance to the French word "Chien" meaning dog. Others i whlch were considered and later rejected were Shoshone, Arapahoe, Platte (for Platte river) Lincoln ! and Sioux. The meaning of Wyoming, giv- en by the Delaware Indians to their valley when they were driv-, en to the base of the Allegheny mountains by early settlers, is literally, "end of the plains" or "wide +plains" or "large plains." Altho the name was not intend- ed for a state at the base of the Rockies its appropriateness and ~musleal sound appealed to the congressional committee and stuck to the newly created state. Leigh Freeman's wagon rolling press met disaster at Bear River~ Wyoming. ,when sonte of his writ- ing aroused the Wrath of ra|lroad construction workbrs aild:h4e press was wrecked, btit ,hta sentiment and efforts nhmed' the: state Oak Creek Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pearson spent the evening at the Nels Pearson home recently. Mrs. Frank Ktmball and :iion Edward were in Belle Fourche on business last Wednesday. John 0'Brian and wife called at the RusSell home on Wedges- day e~,enlr~g. John 'Whslen and family ~pent WedneSday evening at the Charles Pearson home. iMrs. Garland ~raddock called at the George King home one day this week. MrS. Charles Pearson, ~fr~, JMOO'T# AND MltIow o :MOOTH AND M|ttO~ Large ure Store City, S. D. supplies PREFERRE1 The top choice of millions is now avail- able locally at fine hotels, restaurants and bars. It's smooth and mcl~ow--HAM~'s Preferred Stock BEER. Cans or bottles. TH[O. HAMM 8R~eW}NG OOe ST. PAUL la MINN. YOU AIT in to us. We Promptly and re- You. Shoe Distributed By Siher Crest Service ggB xofl "0 "d Gillette, WyomJ ug Horlocker Frank Pearson and children were in Spearfish on ,Saturday. The spring rains and warm sun- shine are welcome guests in this neighborhood. Gardens and crops were in need of moisture. Garland Braddock made a trip to Belle Fourche to get equip- ment for the well he is driling on the Wick Carr ranch in the Mona country. Condition of Mrs. J. C. Vier- gutz remains about the same. X New Haven Clyde and Henry Roberts and Harley Ratl~bun helped John Jen- sen brand Monday. Lewis and Louise Clark went to Belle Fourche Monday evening THE SUNDANC~ TI~IF-~ Sundance, Wyo. May 6, 1948 and returned Tuesday bringing home some little .chicks which they purchased while there. John Jensen made a trip te ,Sundance the middle of the week. Arthur Rathhun and Jim Fris- bee also Lewis Clark made a trip to Sundance Friday and ,brought Gladys Frisbee home with them to spend the weekend with home folks. Lloyd Redding made a trip to Spear, fish after chicks for him- self, Arthur Rathbun and George Redding Friday Mr. Reisland made a trip to Moorcroft Saturday after freight for the New Haven merchant. Y This special horse sale will be held in conjunc- tion wRh our regular Thursday sale of Cattle, hogs and sheep. Saddle horses and saddle stock will be sold in the evening at 7:30. All work and killer horses will be'sold in the afternoon after the cattle sale. This sale lias *been well advertlsed in the east and we will bare buyers here for all classes of lmr es. his wtll'l)e the only saddle horse sale we will have this spring. We liave a goOd z arket for an classes of live- stOck aad Invite you to attend ear sales, held every Thmday. Beile Fourehe, S. D. "Serving the l-$tb te Area Where the Ch01eest Cattle in the Northwest are-Grown" For Sponsored by Crook County Post No. 45 American Legion and Sundance Commercial Club J