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May 6, 1954

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News By Bonnie Everling Home Demon- eek. Why don't we person some little" our homemakers Work we do. It will know what we are . as ourselves. You are planning to Saturday, May 8th p.m. This will be Church basement We have a special for our 20 year Club members who are attend Junior Leaders Ve O~rO~ZTmST Glasses Fitted 66 lllino~ S. D. )fflce Hours and Hospital ~ ~[ours l~Ion., Weds., FrL Phone 66 66RZ Camp June 8-12 be sure to let us know. They have a full and in- teresting schedule arranged. We hope several of you will be able to attend. One day it seems like spring and next day it's winter. But we should get our gardens planted soon. That is garden seeds. For the hotbed plants it would probably be better to wait until the first weeks in June. Mrs. Evangeline Smith, State Extension Nutritionist, has told us of some peas and beans that are good producers and freeze well. They are the Perfected freezer peas and the Contender Green Beans. These vegetables have been grown on the agronomy farm at the University of Wyo. Then they are tested in the Foods re- search laboratory. These vege- tables must have survived the test for three years before they are listed as being good producers and good freezers. Remember all of you boys and girls May is the last month you may join in 4-H club work for this year. If you know of anyone who still wants to join let us know. Imagine most of you homemak- ers are doing your spring house- cleaning now. Just a couple of suggestions. Don't work too hard. Make every motion count. Plan a cleaning schedule that will in- clude duties to be done daily, week- ly- semi-annually and annually. Try to observe your motions as you go through cleaning tasks and avoid retracing steps as much as possible. Combine parts of a job. Rearrange furniture while dusting and these few minutes saved may provide a rest period of more leisure time. Stooping and bending are tiring. If you use long handled brooms brushes and mops you will find that you are less apt to have a back- ache. Select your tools and equip- ment with care. It will pay in the long run. Happy Housecleaning. Houston Creek Nic Schweim returned from his winter vacation spent at Lead Mead in Nevada and was a guest at the E. B. Chatfield home for a couple of days. He was a Mon- day supper guest at the Sam Rice home. The Houston Creek school clos- ed Friday and the teacher. Miss tlmmerize Your Car the time to think ~ttlug your car .for those miles this sum- Put your ear driving con- needs see us for i~ auto service. ~' Mobiloil ~' Mobilgrease Mobilgas and Gates Tires Mobil- batteries Delco Batteries ~' Wash Jobs Friendly Service Station ACross from the Ylta Theater Spearfish, S. D. Jennie Rethbun has returned to her home. Danny Shelden and Fred Steck- man of Hulett were Wednesday visitors at the Sam Rice home. Miss Rgth Frolander was a Sunday af- ternoon caller. Mrs. Fritz Chatfield and daugh- ter were Sunday guests at the Har- old Nelson home in town. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Osgard and Susan were Sunday visitors at the Charlie Carson home and were callers one evening during the week at the Wyman Bushnell home. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wegner and children have moved to the Reuben Hindman ranch for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Snook were Sunday guests at the Louis Clark home near New Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mills of Selby, S. D. were Friday supper guests at the Snook home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser were Sat- urday afternoon visitors at the Wyman Bushnell home. Mrs. Bushnell and Mrs. paul Cummings were among those who attended Friendship Night observed by the Eastern Star Lodge in Spearfish recently. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Englehaupt and baby were Monday evening visitors at the Reuben Hindman home. Mrs. Hindman accompa- nied them to Deadwood Saturday. Paul and Dick Cummings were Saturday callers at the Harold Sehelldorf ranch. Dick did the chores for Harold that evening. A1 and Jack Schelldorf were Sun- day dinner guests. Other callers during the week were Glenn BushI THE SUNDANCE TIMES of Hulett, Art Sehelldorf and BobI Stmd~nce, Wyo. May 6, 1954 Henwood. / ---- ~ Mrs. Bill Bushnell, Ray Potter/ home. Gene and mother wer~ and Gene Hindman were Saturday/Monday visitors at the BushnelI~ callers at the Reuben Hindman' home. ~. Art Montgomery BENEFIT DANCE Sunny Divide Hall Saturday, May 8 GOOD MUSIC A MODERN FOOD STOBE SL YT GROCERY Groeerles, Meats, Fralts, Vegetables, Bakery Goods Belle Fourehe, 8. D. 75c VARNISH BRUSH REE! This 75c Pure Bristle Enamel Brush---Free With Purchase Of A Quart [or more] Of JANNEY BEST Super White Enamel Washes like file Dries Quick Covers Perfectly No Brush Marks Won't Turn Yellow Here's a chance for you to get a fine pure bristle, 2-inch wide enamel brush worth 75c absolutely free of extra cost .. when you buy a quart or more of wonderful Janney Best Super White Enamel. It's the perfect finish for your bath, kitchen, or any room where you want a really white enamel. Janney Best Super White stays white, too~it won't turn yellow. Can be used either indoors or out with per- fect results. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS LIMITED OI~FER TODAY BRING THIS COUPON IN TODAY! This coupon entitles me to a 75c Enan~el Brush FREE of extra cost when I buy a quart of Janney Rest Super White EnameL 10 day limit. NAME .......................................................................... ADDRESS .................................................................. CITY o.., ...... oo-o....Qo....IH~*l.lo.~*.oo,oe*.,..~o*o.*.oao.o~o.o~,~ F. T. Vasey and Son Hulett, Wyo. "