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Students i's List of Wyoming lbs. went back to the country at an average cost of $21.07. Last week 150 calves averaged 430 lbs. at $21.34. A year ago 250 head ave- raged 443 lbs. at an average price of $17.37. Crook county students at Kara Kats 4-H Club The next meeting will be at the Miss Shirley Wells of Hulett, Town of Sundance for the following home of Frances Airheart July 11 sister of Mrs. Wilford Collins is described place and premises, to- at 10 o'clock. A buffet luncheon staying at the Collins home during wit: demonstration will be given by the summer while employedat Lot 1 in Block ten in Original Doris Moore, everyone helping in the Log Cabin., Town of Sundance preparing the food. and protests, if any there be, Roll call at this meeting will be NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR against the issuance of such license your blood type. RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE will be heard at the hour of 8 of Wyoming were Meets at Canfield ,Home p.m. on the 1st day of July, 1957 dean's honor roll for The eighth meeting of the year Card of Thanks Notice is hereby given that on in the City Hall. semester, of the Kara Kats 4-H club was held I wish to thank all my friends the 3rd day of June, 1957, William Marion Thompson, students named were at the Kenneth Canfield home who called and sent flowers and and Elmer Hoff filed an applica- City Clerk sophomore in June 14. Nine members attended cards during my stay in the hos- tion for a Retail Liquor License in (Dated) June 3, 1957 With a 1.31 grade ave- the meeting, pital, the office of the Clerk of the June 6-13-20-27 Thomas Miller, sopho- The club moved its next meeting Mrs. Nellie Cressman agriculture, with a 1.47 date up one week so it wouldn't conflict with 4-H camp. from Hulett was Roger Craig Pearson reported on the Personal Items a Junior in engineering, club safety sign. Two foods dem- 1.45 grade average, onstrations were given by Janice Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rounds 349 University of Edwards and Rhonda Davis. drove to Belle Fourche Sunday to Students received honor Lynn Pearson gave a health talk visit Mrs. Edna Bush and Miss and a safety talk was given by Frances Rounds. Miss Rounds Patty Davis. left Wednesday the 19th for her After the meeting was adjourn- home in Oakland, Calif. following and Feeder ed, muffins were judged, an extended visit in Belle Fourche members and three guests attend- ed the Cloverleaf Club at the home of Joyee Lobban Thursday the 13th. A freezer demonstration meal was held at noon, which was en- joyed by all. The leaders were Joyce Lobban, Donna McAmis and Doris Moore. The business meeting was open- m SUmmary Seely Cloverleaf Club Thursday, June 13 Meets at Lobban Home Stockers and feedersDespite the muddy roads seven City market for ding Thursday, June head which was of 500 over receipts ago and the same Year. Outgoing hum- heifers, and cows slightly while the more than doubl. were 1825 head of ed by the president, Frances Air- Went back to the coun- heart. Jackie Fink lead the Lord's on the average 766 prayer. Doris Moore read the price of $20.90. homemakers' creed. 1,800 head averaged Reba Dorsett gave a very inter- $21.12 and a year ago esting book report. Jackie Fink moved averaging 701 will give next month's report. More discussion was had on road of outgoing heifers signs. Anyone in the community ~ed at 600 head that would like a road sign stating two weeks, however, their brand, mileage and name 619 lbs. sold at can gel one by letting a club mere- Week compared with her know. A work day will be 612 lbs. at $19.33 held at the Joyce Lobban home the same period June 27 in the afternoon. This is 175 head of heifers a fund raising project for the club. lbs. at $16.34. About Joyce Lobban gave a report on Calves averaging 429 program planning for next year. with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Don Rounds return- ed home Wednesday from a busi- ness trip to Sheridan. While in Sheridan, the Rounds were guests in the Woody Sampson, Don Mor- gan and Bud Dudrey homes. Sunday callers at the Ray Wood home were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Kanode, Bob Schloredt, Portland, Ore., and Bob McPherson, Palouse, Wash. fore you take to the open road this summer, ear in. We'll clean and check spark- points and make sure your engine Js timed. I rake Re-Lining Wheel Packing Wash Jobs - Simonizing Brake Adjusting Radiators Flushed Texaco Service Ph. AT 3-2182 Sundance W. F. Newland Established 1885 James I. Newland, Founder Manager an GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY PRICED NEWLAND & SON COLONY, WYOMING MARSHALL-WELLS These prices good only during the 10 day June sale "Adjusto-Beam" LANTERN Concentrated spot beam or OUTDOOR BUBBLER SLEEPING BAG Attractive spruce-green coy- r. Lined with heavy shirting flannel. Air mattress pocket, detachable tent flap, A big ,ol. o, ........... $18.88 brighthead, flo0d-light . . . focus Converts your outdoor faucet changed by turning the lens to a convenientdrinkingfoun- tain. Sanitary-safe---nothing $ ,59 to rust or corrode. Put onA in[oiryardNwl" $3.88 ~il. "":.~:::!~::i:" "::~:~:'?.~:~.%'~:." ": .... .::!:' ::~:~:.:~$:::.. ICE CREAM SCOOP A rugged scoop of polished~~ :::::::: .... ==============================================. aluminum and nickled brass moving parts. Serves uniform portions ........... 55C CAMP STOOL Lightweight. Sturdy. Rein- forced hardwood legs. Heavy canvas cover. Buy nowl 88c 2g" BOY'S AXE Only ............................ $3.44 Swedish special alloy steel olade. High grade hickory handle. Special 10 - day ,ice .................. $2.99 !: .... :~::.. .... : .... :., i~:~ CROQUET SET Fine hardwood mallets and balls, finished in weather- resistant varnish. H a n d y carrying carton ........,p~oo~'f.OQ 65" PLAYPOOL For hours of cooling funl Heat-sealed seams for dur- ability. Built in drain plug, L g_! o,s y ub,,, $6.44 Ph. AT 8. 74 Paul S. Sharp, Owner Sundance, Wyo.