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S KN' to doctors, you will YOu give up every- you want to." BREAD a meal seems to more interest and naturally with a for bread. satisfy without Of course they Paired with a compat- to give a sandwich butters to "butter-up" rb Butter, made by cup butter, 1/2 tsp. 1 tsp. minced pars- grated lemon prepared by add- juice and 3-4 tsp. rind to cup of is made by adding POwder, tsp. salt of onion juice to on specialty treat. Your friend to keep Your enemy to make ( l~lushroom Martyr Your youngsters have gather mushrooms Woods -- stifle it. 'N MATCH Pedalpushers, shorts, skirls, Id white s|rlped denim vlth colorful Mix'N Match suits and d) : (]Orner Be wise and gather violets instead. They look much prettier and are a lot safer. Trying to tell a safe mushroom from a poisonous one can be as dangerous as Russian roulette. The popular notions that edible mushrooms "peel," that all poisonous varieties are brightly colored, or turn silver spoons black, have sent more than a few ama- teurs to the hospital, says the medical magazine "Spectrum." The only "safe" mushrooms are those bought from a food dealer. COURTESY "My little boy is very polite," said Brown, jovially. "Only the other night in the bus he pointed out an empty seat to a dear old lady and raced her for it." Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carr drove to Newcastle Wednesday on a, busi- ness trip. Mrs. Raymond Vines and Allen and Mrs. Lloyd Cole and Susie vis- !ted Mrs. Cole's father, Lee Hurtt, m Spearfish Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Follette and Charles of Sturgis were Satur- day evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee McElwain. The Mc- Elwains returned to Sturgis and spent the weekend with the Fol- lettes. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McLaughlin and Douglas and Mrs. Richard Waller and children left' Friday for Mt. View, Calif. where Mrs. Waller will join her husband at their new home. Sunday supper guests at the Rev. Lee Goodell home were Mr. and Mrs. Andy Clark and girls. 4r Dresden Blue Mix'N Match Sports Blouses T-Shirts Swim Suits Shorts Spearfish, S. D. II Join the fun each week. Fill out the correct name on an entry blank and turn it in right away. One gallon of antifreeze to the winner. 1. Every entry must be on a special entry blank provided by Tracy Motor CO. 2. All entries must be deposited in spe- cial boxes provided in the store. 3. Each week's co test will end each Wednesday noon. 4. To aid contestants a large llx14 Inch photo of the MYSTER PLACE will be posted in the Tracy Motor Co. where ballot boxes are located. Details are much clearer in these enlarged pictures. 5. After th4s large photo has been on display one week, Tracy's will present it absolutely FREE to the occupant of the place pictured. 6. A smaller copy of the contest photo will be correctly identified and posted in Tracy Motor Co. following each week's contest. There it will become part of a permanent display of all the Mystery Air Photos in the Over-all con- contest. 7. The drawing to determine the win- ner will be held in Tracy Motor Co. dis- playing the llx14 photograph for the week. One winner will be selected from this drawing and will receive one gallon of anti-freeze. 3 Used Farmall H Tractors 4r Used John Deere A Tractor "k Used John Deere B Tractor Used Ford Tractor "k Used FarmaU CTractor Used Oliver 60 Tractor Used SC Case Tractor 4r Used New Holland 76 Hay Baler 4r Used International 55 W re Tie Hay Baler ( i "Your International Harvester Dealer" Sundance, Wyo.