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STOCKER& FEEDER SUMMARY Week Ending Thursday, April 29. Stocker and feeder cattle de- mands hesitated on the Sioux City market during the week that end- ed Thursday, April 29. Sharply breaking slaughter cattle prices Monday combined with rainy wea- ther to slightly discourage replace- ment stock purchases. The cattle and calf outgo from this market during the first four months this year exceeded the January - April 1953 movement by nearly 85 per- cent. This week prices remained little changed for the moderate showing of choice light stockers and choice quality fleshy steers over 800 pounds suitable for a short turn in feedlots. Others sold weak to 50c lower with delayed clearances for offerings low-Good \,and below. Sales to farmers and feeders during the week aggregated 4,600 cattle and calves. Included were 2.500 steers that averaged 727 pounds and the average cost was $20.59 per hundredweight. The previous week 3,100 steers averag- ing 664 pounds cost $20.76. The corresponding period a year ago farmers and feeders paid an aver- age of $!8.46 per hundredweight for 1,125 steers that averaged 667 pounds. Hulett Rebekahs Attend Semi.Annual District Meeting Several members of the Hulett Rebekahs attended the semi~n, nual district meeting here April 24. Hulett Rebekahs attending were Lee Nora Davis, Olive Long, Peg- gy McAmis, Esther Shanl, Neva Davis, Lydia Hauber, Frances Ruland, Mary Ruland, Jessie Pear- son, Valgene Wangh, Dixie Dick- son, Della Grant, Juanita Mont- gomery, Ira Brimmer, Margaret Davis and Miss Beth Watts. 100 Attend.Grand Opening .. Of Elsom's Carlile Store Despite threatening weather, 110 people attended the grand op- ening of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Elsom's new Carlile store May 1. Door prizes, free lunch and a free dance headlined the store's opening. Door prizes at the opening were won by Dermic Williams, Richard Manke and Irving Haines. ,Hulett Junior Class Has 4? at Junior.Senior Banquet Featur~g an "Out of The World" theme, the annual Junior-Senior banquek, presented by the Hulett high ~ooI Junior class was held April 28. Forty-seven guests, in- eluding school board members and members of the faculty from both Hulett schools, attended the ban- quet. Hillary Buescher made the main address at the banquet with Supt. R. E. Shannon speaking briefly at the close of the program. The banquet was prepared by mothers of the junior class mere-i begs and was served by the soph- omore girls who wore "Out of The World" costumes. Serving as toastmaster was Jim Oudin. i The juniors' toast of welcome was given by Patsy Brimmer and John Callquist responded for the seniors. A class will was read by Lorraine Storm. On the entertainment side of the banquet, Danny Long sang a song while two songs were sung by the Moon Maidens - Jean Huseby, Charlene Huckins, Shirley Wells, Sharon Wells, Shirley McAmis and Mary Jean Vasey. Robert Stewart read a letter dat- ed 1968 concerning members of the senior class who had left earth in 1954 bound for Mars. Barbara Tremble asked the blessing to open the banquet and Gloria Joliey pronounced the ben- ediction. Personal Items White Elephant, bazaar and parcel post sale, May 14 and 15 in building next to Lee's Pharmacy. Doors open at 8 a.m. Sponsored by the Women's Auxiliary of the Epis- ~pal church. As proof that the fishing sea- son is open, here's one fish that didn't get away. Bill Willson of Hulett is the angler and he's holding a 61/~ lb., 25 inch Ger. man Brown trout he took from the state fishing waters on Sand Creek. The big trout took a 1]0 Colo- rado copper spinner. Giving Willson a hand was Tex Olds who netted the fish. PTA Rummage and Bake S~le May ? in old Durfee store building. Sale starts 9 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Trueblood Jr. and daughter are house guests at the home of Mrs. Trueblood's par- ents, M~. and Mrs. Guy Huckins. They expect to Jeave for their new home in tvVashington state around May 15th. PTA Rummage and Bake Sale May 7 in old Durfee store building. Sale starts 9 aJm. White Elephant, bazaar and parcel post sale, May 14 antt 15 in building next to Lee's Pharmacy. Doors open at g a.m. Sponsored by the Women's Auxiliary of the Epis- copal church. Mr. and Mrs. Neis Smith left Fri- day for Las Vegas, Nevada where Mr. Smith will attend meetings May 3, 4, 5 of the Western Assoc. iation of State Game and Fish Commissioners. The Assoclatiofl is made up of representatives of eleven western states and British Columbia. PTA Rummage and Bake Sale May 7 in old Durfee store building. Sale starts 9 aJm. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rothgeber of Pipestone, Minn. arrived Mon- day to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Durfee and other relatives in Crook county. Mrs. Rothgeber is a sister of Mrs. Durfee. White Elephant, bazaar and parcel post sale, May 14 an~t 15 in building next to Lee's Pharmacy. Doors open at S a.m. Sponsored by the Women's Auxiliary of the Epis- copal church. PTA Rummage and Bake Sale May 7 in old Durfee store building. Sale starts 9 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. George Kellogg and children were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Durfee. Mrs. James Isenberger and son Tommy of Buffalo, Wyo. spent the weekend visiting friends and rela- tives in and around Sundance. Mrs. Isenberger is the former Norma Willey; a former resident of Sun-~ dance. PTA Rummage and Bake Sale May 7 in old Durfee store building. Sale starts 9 a.m. Mrs. Nels Smith, Mrs. J. T. Mc- Guckin, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thom- as and Mr. Otis Reynolds were among those from ,Sundance at- tending funeral services for Earl Wakeman in Newcastle last Tues- day. Mrs. Kenneth Bennick left Sat- urday for Denver to visit her~ L mother Mrs. Lee Bates. Cross Country by Sligh - the new casual furniture style that is sweeping the country. Make your selection at Dusek's in Rapid City. For lasting beauty and quality choose Whlttal carpeting from Dusek's wide assortment in Rapid city. Mrs. Lawrence Lorenzen, Mr. Richard Hooper and Mrs. Frank Shewey attended a joint meeting of R.E.A. managers and account- ants in Casper April 28, 29, and 30. Mrs. Shewey was re-elected~ president of the State R.E.A. Ac- countants Association. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon NussbaumI of Buffalo, S. D. were among those attending the N. E. Wyoming Hereford sale here Monday. PTA Rummage and Bake Sale May 7 in old Durfee store building. Sale starts 9 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mills and daughter Lynn of Selby, S. D. ar- rived Friday for the opening day of trout fishing on Sand Creek Saturday morning. Mr. Mills was among the lucky fishermen bring- ing in his limit of trout. The Mills [are former residents of Sundance and expect to spend several days visiting friends and fishing in this area. Mrs. Glen Roberts and son Leon accompanied by Mrs. Leon White and Mrs. Anne Adams and son of Gillette spent Monday visiting Miss Joan Roberts in Rapid City. Coffe Mrs. Georgia Powers is spending a few days this week visiting her sister, Mrs. Emma Highley of Whitewood. Three New Members Join Hulett Rustlers 4.H Club Three new members were admit- ted to the Hulett Rustlers 4-H club ~.pril 24. The new members are Diana Lynn, Linda Knapp and Jay Steckman. During the business meeting members discussed the coming judging tours and a committee was appointed to work on a safety slo- gan. Following recreation, refresh- ments were served by the hostess Lydia Ann Bucher. Republican Women to Gather Here for May 11 Session Members of the Republican Women's Study Club will hold their May meeting next Tuesday. The GOP women will hold their meeting at Ray's Care at 2 p.m. Weaverette 4-H Club Sets June Meeting, 4-H Camp Phns Plans for the club's June meet- ing and the eH camp were made May 2 when the Weaverette 4-H club held its seventh meeting of the year. During the business meeting, the ten members attending also ap- Six FFA To Attend School at Six members of the FFA chapter will take district farm mechanics omy school at The school is held to the FFA members wit~ contests. Chapter Adviser Clark j boys who Miller, Larry Tracy and Raymond farm mechanics and son, Jim Morrison, Kenneth Fredericksen Peterson m FOR COUNTY I hereby announce for county sheriff, wishes of the the August primary. will be appreciated. pointed a committee for a stunt at 4-H camp and handed in tiealth CA R P E N~ and Safety booklets. Club /'resident Phillip Wagner ~, .a ot ~ appointed Claudette Miller as par- ~ our pr.e~,~ ~duml~ffiu~ liamentarian of the club. ~nal~ou~ During the club's program, mern- ~. bets sang songs and saw a safety play presented by Sharon Voss, ROY F. Margaret Pearson and Mary Ann Sundance, Johansen. Charles and Margaret Pearson played a piano duet. Following recreation, lunch was served. Books, Magazines Donated By Beaver Creek Homemakers The Beaver Creek Homemakers club at its meeting April 28 dis- cussed library books and maga- zines and donated them to the county library. The club also sent books and magazines overseas. The club held its meeting at the home of Mrs. Malcolm Driskill with Mrs. Carp McAmis co-hostess, Ten members and three guests saw Mrs. Harvey Davis give a one- dish meal demonstration following the meeting. Refreshments were served by the hostesses after the sessiou. Hulett FHA Chapter Is Working Toward ,Honor Chapter Members of the Hulett FHA chapter attended the Assembly of God church as a group Sunday. Attending the services was one of the chapter's projects in work- ing toward honor chapter rating. Amos Candidate for Democratic of County A resident in for 45 years, I ,ate your support. , 0 COMMERCIAL CLUB ~for your assistance and cooperatt0J. .... LADIES ~for your wonderful work in the lunch EVERYONE --who attended or assisted at our Northeastern Wyoming Association