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A dwarf Elberta spruce is blessed by the Rev. Patterson Keller as part of Rogation Sunday services held Sunday at the Church of the Good Shepherd. The Rev. Mr. Keller, in explaining the ser- vices, said, "In our services this year, we blessed several animals as tokens of our dependence on agriculture. We blesed the earth on which we stand as our way of saying that we know the earth is that from which all life flows. We blesed a tree as we planted it as a sign that we acknowledge our terrible dependence on the trees and all the plant life of the world." He continued, "The ultimate meaning of the blessing is that we acknowledge God as the author of all life and stress the idea that in order to preserve and increase the value of these gifts, we must act as stewards of all that He has given us, and stop acting as consumers who e,,t up, throw away and destroy." Assessor Has Trustee Areas Maps showing the trustee areas of the new cennty-wide school district are available at the coun- ty .assessor's a@fice, Coun~y~ As- sessor Rose Zella Proctor said this week. Mrs. Proctor said if residents have any doubt as to w~ich trus- tee area they are in, they should check with .her office. She said the assessor's plat book is the only accurate source for the in- f, ormation. She said this is especially im- ,portant for trustee candidates since .they must reside in the trustee ,area in which they are a candidate. The county assessor said her office will ,be glad to assist res- idents in determining their trus- ~cee area. Upper Little Missouri April 26 The Rev. Axmann and family were dinner guests at Sam Jol- leys the first of the week. Lin- dy ,Bartlett was an evening call- .Spring Logan and Freida Brirnmer Ph. 283-1283 Sundance er at the Sam Jolley home on Tuesday. Leah ~allou and son spent the day visiting Paulie Jolley while Wayne Ballou attended the Trus- ty ~Moore sale. ~b and Sam 5olley, Dick A, ckerman and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Clark also attended ~h,e sale. The Senior class of 'Hulett went ~co Denver April 23 end returned ~h.ome April 26. They enjoyed the Iceca~pades while in Denver. 'Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ackevman were visitors at the Scoggin ranch on Sunday, April 26. Don and Dick Ackerman were business ,callers in Rapid City on Tues- day afternoon. Esther 'Ackerman attended the women's bowing banquet at ~ax's in Belle Four- the last Tuesday e,~eni.ag. Dick Ackerman attended the sale in ~elle Fourche on T~m'sday. ,Barbara Clark was one o~ the com,mittee who helped prepare the food or ~he junior-senior ~banque~ in H,ulett on May ,1. "l~he proart was ~eld ~fte~ ~e banquet. An early ~nornirtg Jbrea~a~zt con- cl~ded ~he festivities. Pa.u~ie and E~fie Joliey kept dental appoin, tmen~ in ~pear~ish April 30 and shopped there ~md in ]3etle Fonrehe. ,Barbara C~,ark and Pau,lie Jol- ley were S~urda~ afternoon c~ll- ers at ~e Jezry ~ ~home. ~rs. Jerry Ista and Eb@by have spent ,the past ~wo weeks visithtg her parents in P~apid City. ~lulett's Junior High track f~eam wen~ to ,Newcastle ~ay 2 to a track meet. /May 4 A,t long last our mwd has dried and most every one is in the pro- cess of shearin, g and lambing. ~Mrs. Chester Whitney was a Belle Fourche shopper, on ~onday. That evening ~r. and Mrs. Clyde Raber and l~oxie were visitors at Whitneys. Mrs. Chester W~hitney attended the 4-H council meeting in Sundance Saturd:ay. Chester Whitney and Clyde Raber were Belle Fourche shoppers on Thursday. The Dusty Devils 4-H Club held their 5th regular meeting at the Robers Saturday evening with 22 present. ~Miss Karen Evans was a Belle F.ourc~h shopper on Saturday and attended the 4-H meeting briefly ~hat evening. She and ~r. and {Mrs. San~ord Wise ~nd family were Sunday dinner guests o~ the 'Svo gins. The Adalo ~hearir~g crew shear- ed sheep at /Mrs. C~rrie Fosters o~ Sunday. ~r. and ~Irs. Dennis ~Simmens and ~r. and ~rs. CUf- f~rd Foster .and ~amilies came from Belle Fourche ~o help. Mr. and .Mrs. Verle Pierce went to the Claire Fruit ranch Monday to help with shearing, but due to the weather they returned lhe~re on Friday when bhey did shear sheep. Laurie Pa~tton was an overnight guest of Lanna Pierce. ~r. and /Mrs. Verle Pierce, Lanna and Mrs. J