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Homemakers Club 40 Years Young 21ds week, Crook county's Ex- tension Homemakers Clubs are celebra~tg National Extension Homemakers Week and the 40th birthday of county clubs in the program. These stories and pictures of cotmty clubs illustrate what is the largest adult education pro- g~am in the world. s County clubs continually as- ist with co~ununity activities. Each year, they sponsor a wom- en s Institute and a hobby show, both being held fur the benefit of the public. Women who are interested in joining an Extension club are asked to call County Home Econ- omist Barbara Schoonthaler at the Extension office in Sundance. ALADDIN HOMEMAKERS ~mwn above are some of the Aladdin E~easior~ Homemakers Club's 13 members. Officers of the club are Marilyn Ryan, president; Antonette Curren, sec- retary; and Patsy Bunney, treas- trrer. Other club members are Judy ~gle, Ruby Hutchinson, Char- lotte Helmer, Margaret Moline, Laura Mitchell, Charlotte Alex- ander, Alice Wolff, Claudice Pearson, Nancy Pearson and e year, the club helps finance needs for the community ball and help children in the AladdAn community and other communities with literature on safe driving, health and ~ety_ The club also held a turkey shoot and card parties as fund raising projects. Other club activities include serving bkr~day cakes monthly at the Northern Hills Nursing Home and part~ipating in the county fair and the cormW hobby show. During the year, 4-H dem- onstrations are given to the club. BEggER CREEK CLUB Dmqng ~e past year, the Bea- vm" Creek C]~ had 17 members with an av~e of nine mem- b~ at the ~. Two ~at Brimmer Donna ~s was lhe methe~t regional r~- reee~ative. Money making projects during dm year included servi~ lunch at a ~ auction sale, selling c~mdar Ix~vels and dishcloths and a ~are party with the Hulett community building fund. the First Sten School at Rapid CRy and Peanles for International. Commemorative stamps were collected and seat to ~ aui~ chairman. Items were also seat to the Yellowstwe Boys Rvnch at Bil- lings amt used On-ismms cards ,were coll~xl for the Z~nder , gift to be evened each day, were sent to six members who wm-e ill. A new project started @ds year involves a Welcome Basket for newcomers in the ~ty. Htde~ business places ceze~ibu- ted gifts and nmrclmndise cer- tificates for the baskets. A picnic was held at Devils Tower in July for members and their families and members and timir guests attended a Clwist- Esther Shaul, 77, Dies Saturday Mrs. Charlie (Esther) Shad, 77, former Hulott and Alva resi- dent, died Saturday at the Belle Fourche hospital. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Hulett Baptist Church with the Rev. Kenneth Ames officiating. Burial was in the Hulett cemetery under the direction of Frost and Sons Funeral Home, Belle Fourche. Mrs. Shmfl was born Dec. I0, 1896 at Aladdin, the daughter of Anders and Albevtina Peters. She attended the OaR Creek rural school near Aladdin and Spear- fish Normal College. She taught school in the Hulett and New Haven areas and also worked at the Hulett State Bank four years. On Feb. 21, 1923, she was married to Charlie Shaul in Lead. The couple lived in Denver three yea~, returning to the Hulett area in 1926. The couple operated the Hul~t Mercantile until 1932 when they moved to a ranch four miles west of Alva. They ranched until 1059 when they retired and moved to Belle Fourche. M~s. Shaul was a member of the Belle Fourche First Baptist Chm-ch, Httlett Rebekah Lodge end Beaver Creek Homemakers Club. She is survived by her husband, Charlie, Belle Fourche; one daughter, Mrs. Peggy McAmis, Alva; four sisters--Mrs. Lydia Hauber, Sheridan; Mrs. Anna Powell, Belle Fourche; Mrs. Vie Hardy, Denver; and Mrs. Ruth Roberts, Renoldstmrg, Ohio; four granddfildren and two great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a bro~er and two sisters. A memorial has been estab- lished to ~he American Cancer ~ciety. First Home Ec Judging is Held The first ~ economics j myu~ of the season was held I in ~e Sundma~ High School kmctmmm. Remits of the udging~ Senior: Billie ~tdiell 376; Kathi Halpain 364; Sue Brimmer 360; Mary Ann Berchgrevink 347. Jtmior. Nan Nuckolls 373; Dawn Nackolls 321; Beth Hal- pare 310. Be "~i~e.~.: Shelby Moeller 290; Kristi Proctor 288; Zeta Nuckolls 284; Karen ~ 273; Dolly Duffee 272; Tally Vote 270; Trndy Durfee 262; Davane Noyce 262; J~n 259; Shone Lamb Z.~;McKe~ell~ 259; Nancy Shana Lamb 2S7; Connie Wil- hams 255; ~ McKenney 236; Mike Leslie 215; Lenora Zimmerschied 208. Next judging was planned for May 8 starti~ at 5:30 p.m. in the Presbyterian Church at Moor- croft. C~Aebrating its 40th bifd~lay this year, ~ InFan Kara Club uow has a ,total of 20 members. The dub and the Aladdin Club are both clmrter clubs, being formed in 1934. Present officers of the Inyan Kara Club are Geaieve George, Pviresiden~; ~et Pickerd, ce president; Thelma Glover, secretary; and Kate Donaldson, t~. During fl~e past year, the club has received every lessongive'yen by .the county or state home economists. The club was also represeated at state and regional meetings as well as at county meeting. Shown above in the front row are, left to right, Margaret Pickerd, Margaret Bergin, Ethel Moeller, Julia Olah, and Iris Dillavou. Left to fight in back are Mil- dred La~ers, Kate Donaldson, Evelyn Edwards, Caroline EI- liaghausen, Beverly Paterson and Clara Lee Vore. Decoupage Class Set for May 20 The decoupage class, postponed flora a previous date, has been rescheduled for May 20 in Sun- dance. The class will be held at the ~ and hobby shop in the Den's Cleaners building start- ing ~t 7:30 p.m. More information on the class is available from Mrs. Rita Mc- Ke_.mley, 283-1919. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo.. May 9, 1974 DUE TO CHANGE IN! MEDICARE New Information Now Available For 1974 Covering Hospital Confinement and Dodor (Medical Bills) Pre-Existing Conditions ARE COVERED ) Pays for Nursing Home @ Prescriptions and Medicines ARE COVERED For Free Information, Fillout and Mail to "Medicare Supplement Plan" Cheyenne, Wyo. P. O. Box 3111 NAME __ STREET CITY DATE OF BIRTH BOYD'S Super Market All Grinds FOLGER'S COFFEE ........................ 2 !bs.--$2.1~ 12 Oz. Cans PEPSI, DIETPEPSI, MT. DEW ............ 6 25c Off KING-SIZE OXYDOL ................................ : 6V~ Oz. STAR KIST TUNA ................................. 2 for Mrs. Butterworth's 24 Oz. BUTTERED SYRUP ..................................... 89 120z. SWIFT'S PREM ....................................... ,__99 Shurfine 303 CS or WK CORN .......... =_ .................. 4 for $1.00 Contedina 14 Oz. WHOLE PEELED TOMATOES .............. 4 for $1.00 New Crop GREEN CABBAGE ................................. lb. Box of 12 VEGETABLE & FLOWER PLANTS Prices Good May 9-10-11 California ~ORANGES ................................ 4 lb. bag - USDA Choice CHUCK ROAST ..................................... lb. BARBECUED CHICKENS FRIDAY & SATURDAY Farmland SLICED BACON ........................................ lb. 99~ Del Monte No. 2~ FRUIT COCKTAIL .......................................... 59 46 Oz. CONTADINA TOMATO JUICE .................... 39 Lemon-Lime, Strawberry with Peaches DEL MONTE GEL CUPS ................... 4 American Beauty 24 Oz. ELBO-RONI .................................................. 51/1t 17Oz. ROYAL PRINCE YAMS ___= .............................. 39 Spoon-Size, 12 Oz. NABISCO SHREDDED WHEAT ................... 39~