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SOIL * OUR STRNGTH "Wide eyed and bushy tailed" . . I still think it should be "Web footed and duck billed"! . This thing has been going on for a long time, and that reminds me. George Diekson, (he's been around a long time) the Soil Conservationist (he was awarded a citation from the USDA for completing ten years of service, the other day) was telling me that he hoped that it would quit raining, at least by June the 26th (Wed.). Over in Hulett things are gen- erally pretty quiet (I mean around the SCS office) 'cause George is .out helping get control of the wind and water around those parts. When I noticed all the activity around there (this wasn't the day of the rodeo) I figured that (there was activity around there that day!) maybe he had gotten his phone hooked up or something (maybe they'd have some coffee or something left over from the installation ceremony). George, the County Agent and the Devils Tower SCD board had their heads together. They were planning some sort of a J.I.T. session (that's job instruction train- ing) up at Art Edsall's place for next Wednesday did you think that it was some sort of a new type aircraft?). A sort of a get your feet on the ground type get to- gether (bring your own lunch). They've got a water spreading system that is a honey (if this "fins and gill" weather holds out it ought to be in action), a weed guessing contest (if you have some weeds that have your curiosity up, bring them along, roots and all) and a display of all the noxious weed varieties that they can find. As long as the weather is like this, you can't hay or spray, you just as well take in the session, swap a few sandwiches and watch the range pitting demonstration. Harlan Tulley, the SCS Range Con- servationist, is going to give a first hand "do it yourself" discus- sion on deferred grazing and pro- per range utilization. (A show me kind of pass the grass question and answer session.) This is real- ly a year for cool season grasses. You can see what grasses you have mad have not in your range. This is the year to take half and leave half and see if it won't pay divi- dends .... Uh . . . Did you hear the one about the young rancher that ask the old rancher if he would mind L 2 For Those Tender 8moked Hams and Bacon Bring your ~logs to BRODSKY Packing Co. For Processing Spem.fi~ S. D. MODERN DANCE Every FRIDAY NIGHT Music by Hem'y Phllllm Ambassadors Spearfish City Park Sponsore~ by American Legion MAIL ORDER PRESCRIPTIONS AND REFILLS We Pay the Postage BLUE DRUG & JEWELRY "Home of Beautiful Gifts" Spearfish, S. D. telling him how he became so successful and wealthy? . . . "Why sure. It's a kind of a long story, and while I'm telling it we might just as well save the candle." He blew it out. "Well thanks a million for your time" said the young rancher, "no sense of me wasting any more of it, I think I've got the story!" . . . Windy P.S. See you up at Art's. (June 30) Little Barbara Wendt was quite badly bruised up on Wednesday from a fall from her bicycle. One side of her face and head was bruised as a result of a wheel com- ing loose on the bicycle. She was taken to Spearfish for medical aid and is getting along satisfactorily. Dean Watson, who is employed at the Dick Courchaine ranch is ill with a throat infection. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Singleton and Frank were dinner guests Wednes- day of Mrs. Gerald Blakeman and Roger. They were on their way to Sturgis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson were visitors at the Royal B. Mills home Friday. On Sunday evening the Ivan Baldwins from Sturgis visited there. This community was saddened on Wednesday by the eath of Walter Mathews, old-time resident of Beulah. A large crowd attend- ed his funeral held at the McColley funeral chapel in Spearfish. We extend our sympathy to his family and many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mills and girls were fishing at Kreuger's reservoir over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Metzel drove to Glenrock, Wyo. on Saturday to visit Mr. Metzel's brother, Truman, who was there over the weekend. Earling Mathews, son of the late Walter Mathews, spent several days here the latter part of the week, attending to business affairs and visiting relatives and friends. His wife joined him on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Connell and family from Duluth, Minn. visited last week at the Donald Wendt home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tauck spent Friday visiting at the Clifford Island home in Rapid City. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews were Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Groh, Myron Mathews and an uncle of the late Walter Mathews, all of Muscoda, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Mathews and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schlo- redt, Mrs. Millie Mathews and Mrs. Frank Tauck. Miss Anne Guidinger and Louise Summers had as dinner guests Sunday Mrs. Ada Guidinger and Donald, Miss Rosalee Bartron, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. Earling Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. Gullickson and Judy from Lead and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Guidinger. The Donald Wendt family visited at the William Wendt home near County of Crook for the followingTHE SUNDANCE Spearfish on Sunday. Miss Shirley described place and premises, to- Sundanee, Wyo. JmW Wendt is caring for the Gerald wit: Pfleeger children this week whileLog building situated on a their mother is helping out at tract of land lying in parts of Ranch A, SWSE and SESW, Sac. 8, T. 52 N., R. 65 W. 6th NOTICE OF INCORPORATION P.M., Crook County, Wyoming -- at junction known as Devils The Certificate of Incorporation Tower Junction, U. S. Highway of the ALADDIN TELEPHONE No. 14 and Carlile-Hulett State COMPANY was filed in the office Highway; (Dated) June 5, 1957 of the Secretary of State of Wyo- ming on the 5th day of June, and protests, if any there be, June 6-13-20-27 1957. The object for which the company was formed is to build, construct, operate and maintain a telephone line and service, with A MODERN poles, lines and supports, to the members thereof; to acquire, buy, purchase, lease or otherwise con- struct, maintain, lease, and operate STORE both public and private telephone lines, and in general, the receiving and transmitting intelligence by electricity for that purpose, and the doing of a general telephone '~" business within the State of Wyo- ming, the acquiring, holding, us- ing, selling and leasing of rights, franchises, patents, machinery and apparatus pertaining to such busi- ness; to purchase, buy, acquire, lease, encumber, convey and hypo- Groceries, Meats, Frlits, Vegetables, Bakery thecate real property, easements, Belle Fourche, S. D. rights of way or any other interests therein in connection therewith; to acquire any personal property the corporation may deem neces- sary for the conduct of its bust- hess; to conduct such business in the State of Wyoming and other / states as may be necessary to, in- cidental or connected with the business as above stated, and to have and exercise any and all such incidental powers in addition to these hereinbefore enumerated as shall be requisite, proper or con- venient to the accomplishment of the object and purposes aforesaid. The company is not organized for direct gain or profit to its members, and has no capital stock. The management of the affairs of said corporation will be under the con- trol of a Board of Directors, of which there are three, and the Directors for the first year, or until their successors are elected and qualified, are: RALPH NICKo ELSON, STEPHEN J. GEIS, JR., a n d FRANK A. PEARSON. The operation of the corporation will he carried on in Aladdin, Crook County, Wyoming. The prin- cipal office of said corporation is located at Aladdin, Crook County, Wyoming, and the agent in charge thereof is Ralph Nickelson. Dated this 5th day of June, 1957. ALADDIN TELEPHONE COMPANY Reynolds & Lathrop, Attorneys June 13-20-27 against the issuance of will be heard at the hour' on the 2nd day of July, the court house at SundsnCe, ming. Francis Hejde, County Clerk (Seal) nsura I have been fortunate in securing the agency for the AETNA INSURANCE COM" PANY OF HARTFORD, CONN. to write hail insurance on growing crops in this north" east section of Wyoming. I will be glad to consult with any of my farmer friends on proper coverage and rates. I also write liability, fire, extended coverage and bonds. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL MALT BEVERAGE pERMIT Notice is hereby given that on the 5th day of June, 1957, Glenn D. tIusfloen filed an application for a Retail Malt Beverage Permit in the office of the Clerk of the Ph. AT 3-1803 or AT 3- 404 Sundance, Wyo. Bananas this week cost 12c a pound, so I can't give you any 10 and 12c bananas because I don't like to lose money I have to make up on something else. I have many other bargains to chose from: HOMINY, No. 303, 10c; SLIC" ED BEETS, 10c, WHOLE KERNEL CORN, 13c, FROZEN PEAS, 2 for 29c; Pl F" PER, 93c lb.; GOLD BOND VANILLA.EXTRACT, 5 oz., 20c; RED RAsPBI R RIES, No. 2 can, extra-heavy syrup, 36c, DILL PICKLES, 29c; SLICED PEACHbV No. 2 can, 31c; SLICED PINEAPPLE, No. 2 can, 31c. Many other similar bagains. Case goods a specialty. p Established in 1913 Carlile, Wyo. j