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Barbie-Q Day from Crook from the newly ap- Promotion Commit- your family will an American Beef 14. the Cattleman's beef story had been million times and some understanding there are consum- trt our own town that set the products. We're blame for higher evem though ours has ,and we never enjoy high- only rarely and ternp- :only don't set the price we can't even go to ask a fair price. time comes we say we have a good what we want for we say we've raised we can't live getting. Cattlemen and say "Here's what will you Maybe if he'd they would have he'd waited un- day the price would that sound like an in- hat sets their ownl price ? called "rich ranch- you see or read going broke and You probably so because you don't when they have an and quit. It's not the corn bar or drug gradually and After so many on our end expenses, it's banker and We can't continue "cheap food" at our of food corporations They will a and lab- food stores and dis- now control more than of retail food outlets maintain their prof- at completely unreal- .unjtrst levels when re- and ranch levels. to pay that mar- elected consum- the cattleman for he doesn't set, enjoy HELD OVER 2ND BIG WEEK 7 & 9:30 $1.75 & 75c Fri., May 10 7&9 IE DAy OF THE DOLPHIN-.... ~G .... ~Oeorge C. Scott the privilege of living in a coun- try where, so far it only takes a small percentage of your wages for one of the biggest nec- essities of life. You've no idea the headaches, backaches, banker aches and heart aches ranchers go through so they can take a choice steer to market so he can say "What will you give me for him at this particular time today?" Cow Belles have selected' sev- eral recipes for Special Mothers Day Beef dishes we feel younger members of the family can pre- pare for Mother on her day. Our Sundance Home Ec teacher ad- vised trs on some requiring less cooking time and simple prepar- iiJg directions. These will be vailable in your local grocery stores. Our state Mothers Day slogan is "Keep Your Mother Out of the Kitchen On Her Day." Beef Promotion Committee Beverly Seely Gall O'Haver Aladdin Another .4 inches of rain this week. The Redwater Farm Bureau will meet at the Frank Pearson home Monday evening, May 13t_h at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wolff were last Saturday afternoon callers at Mrs. Gust Wolffs. They visit- ed Mrs. Irene Groepel and at Johnny Osloonds also. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wolff, Jimmy and Janifer had dinner and supper at Mrs. Wolffs on Sunday. John Pearson was at John Whalens Wednesday morning. He as in Sundance Wednesday morning. He had dinner at Frank Pearsons on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lei spent last Sunday at Rick Brengles. Frank Pearson and Elliot Buck- wheat were callers in the after- noon. Mrs. Rick Brengle took Davanne Noyce to the judging in Sundance Wednesday. Denny Brengle and Becky Colgrove and Elliot Buckwheat had supper at Brengles Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Steele and Krista were Wed- nesday evening visitors at Bren- gles. Rick Brengle helped Jerry Ryan and had dinner there on Wednesday. The Bearlodge Wranglers 4-H Club met at the Ed Helmer home Sunday afternoon. Dane Noyce gave a talk on the Fiddleback spider. Darin Noyce gave a talk on Horse Safety, and Dee Lynn Bunney talked on "I-Iabits." The Aladdin Homemakers Club met at the John Alexander home. A business meeting was held and the rest of the day spent clean- ing the Aladd~ Community Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Dungey were in Rapid City on Monday. Mrs. Charles Pearson and Wade went to the birthday party Ior Michael Ryan Monday after- noon. Mrs. Lloyd Viergu.tz and girls were afternoon callers at Charles Pearson. Debby and Evelyn took music lessons at Frank Pearsons. Mrs. Frank Pearson and Mrs. Charles Pear- son and Wade were in Spearfish and Belle Fourche on Wednesday afternoon. They called on Mrs. nesday evening. Mrs. John Me- line, Mrs. Joe Curren, Mrs. Ger- ald Bunney, Mrs. Alfred Hutchin- son and Mrs. Frank Pearson cleaned the Farrall Hall Thurs- day morning. Thank you Coon and Tracy Ellsbury for fixing the chimney for us. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearson were in Belle Fourche Thursday after- noon and visted at Gordon Shoe- makers awhile. Mr. and Mrs. Dob Vote, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Vore, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff "Core &ad children, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Shoemaker and Kel- ly and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pearson and Wade, all had dinner at Frank Pearsons Sunday in hon- or of the birthdays of l~trs. Shoe- maker and Mrs. Charles Pearson. Michael Ryan celebratd his 4th birthday Monday afternoon with a party at his home. 10 pre- school okiLdren were present. Games were played and lunch of decorated ice cream cone cake and j~ce was served after Mich- ael opened his gifts. Elliot Buckwheat and Rick Brengle helped Jerry Ryan lay cement in his new machine shed this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ryan took the Jerry Ryan family to dinner at the Pizza Hut in Spearfish on Sunday. Later they went to the fish hatchery. Crook County Students Among BHSC Candidates A total of 301 students at Black Hills State College have made application for graduation at the crM of the 1974 spring semester.: Crook county students, who are candidates for bachelor of science degrees in education are Joy B. Jay, Hulett; Roland R. Rollins and Brian H. Swenson, Moor- croft; and Betty D. Shoun, Sun- dance. Linda L. Simom, Beulah, is a candidate for an associate of arts degree. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. 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