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Writing To our Congressman Have you writen to your Con- ~ressman lately either to ask heir support on a vote for or ~ainst an issue or maybe a word x[ praise to one you feel is doing , good job? Have you asked torn'selfflit does any good to ~rrite them? It does good a~right - It's good 'or the postal departments treas- Jxy. It's good for your Congress- as they can repo~ they got m many telegrams, letters, calls ~te. It's good fox your con- ~eience because some group is always pressuring you to write out Congressmen on an incama- ~p~ensible tangle of words you 'you understand well,enough you to ask they vote ' yest or "hoP. I'Iow do you feel when you get l~ glowing letter saying' every- in our country is progres- sing' fine according ~o ~? or "yes" I will vote for (or against) [he bill but the record shows they were cenkoletely absent during hearings and voting or they pro- ndsed to work hard on the issue but when it threatened the title before their name, the almighty dollar going ima their pocket and a life long retirement pension ~my do a complete about face: Or as I found Jr_ the case of the planned give away of the Pan- tuna Canal by Henry Kissinger during his high handed wheeling and dea'Ling your Congressman vowed they knew nothing about it? Why don't they know what's going on in our Government? We elected them and are paying them to act in our best ineerests, according to our Constitution. How do you feel when an issue has clearly been defeaeed by a vote of the people but some Hon- orable Congressman twists the ,twording arotmd and it's back for a vote again.? This is usually a raise in your taxes because those willing to work are having to sup- port those welling to let you? Isn't it about time we forget senority formerly established names, etc when we hire Con- gressmen to run our Govenmem. What ever happened to our right to land titles and water rights? Don't those official papers mean any thing? Are our worthy Congressmen going to celebrate our nations bi- ceater~ial by aiding two non-elect- ed internatiormlists in everything from uncomlitionaf explotation of our western states to a complete collapse of America to a world government? I don't feel I'm being disres- pecthtl to the "Honorable" Con- gressmen because they are not taking pa~ in this deception of the American people. Gaff O'Haver Aladdin June 16 - 22 Claudice Pearson Still getting more rains. The Aladdin Homemakers Club is sponsoring a Community Pic- nic at the Aladdin picnic grounds at 6 o'clock Sunday, June 29. Take your horse shoes, ball and bat, or any outdoor games, and spend the evening having fun. We pla~ to makc this a monthly event. Anyone interested is wel- come to agtend. John Pearson called at John Whalens and Chester Hejdes on Monday. The Aladdin CMe is open for business. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wolff and children took Mrs. Gust Wolff to church last Sunday morning. They and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Larsen all spent the afternoon at Waynes after Mrs. Gust Wolff and Mrs. Larsen took them out to dinner for Father's Day. The BEFORE THE OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF WYOMING IN THE MATTER OF A HEARING CALLED ) BY THE COMMISSION ON ITS OWN ) MOTION TO REVIEW THE PREVIOUS ) ORDER OF THE COMMISSION IDENTIFIED ) AS CAUSE NO. 1, ORDER NO. 4, DOCKET ) NO. 5-75, GOVERNING 80-ACRE DRILLING ) CAUSE NO. l AND SPACING UNITS FOR THE PRODUC- ) ORDER NO. 5 $1ON OF OIL AND ASSOCIATED GAS ) DOCKET NO. $3-75 FROM THE MINNELUSA FORMATION IN ) THE DEADMAN CREEK FIELD, CROOK ) COUNTY, WYOMING, AND TO REVIEW ) .THE STATUS OF THE UNITIZATION EFFORT) IN THAT FIELD ) NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF WYOMING TO: All interested parties in the above-captioned matter. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Hearing will be held on Tuesday, July 15, 1975 or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard between the hours of 9:00, A.M. and 4:00, P.M., on any of the subsequent days during which the Commission remains in session in the Conference Room of the office of the State Oil and Gas Supervisor, Wyoming Building, 202 East Second Street, Casper, Wyoming, to consider the matter called on the Com- mission's own motion to review the previous Order of the Com- mission identified as Cause No. 1, Order No. 4, Docket No. 5-75, governing eight (80) acre drilling and spacing units for the pro- duction of oil and associated gas from the Minnelusa Formation : underlying portions of Township 53 North, Range 67 West, Deadman Creek Field, Crook County, Wyoming and to review the status of the unitization effort in that field. Any interested firm, person or corporation shall be entitled to appear at the time and place aforesaid to be heard by the Commission. If there are any protests in this matter, please make such known to the State Oil and Gas Supervisor at least three (3) working days before the Hearing. WYOMING OIL AND GAS ..... CONSERVATION COMMISSION ii Donald B. Basko, Secretary Pub.sh June 26, 975 When in .... DEVILS TOWER COUNTRY .... Visit The Distelfink Gift Shop Alzeda Road (Wyo 112) - 3 Miles Northw~,st of Hulett, Wyoming Larseas joined them again Mon- day evemng to celebrate Wayne's birthday for supper. Mrs. Gust Wolff wer~t home Tuesday. Larry and Christy Ross visited at John Pearsons Wednesday morning. Charles Pearson took a load of pigs to Newell on Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Pearson sang at Jobs Daughters Friday evening for Billie Mitchell who was in- stalled as Honored Queen. Mrs. Pearson was in Sundance Thurs- day evening to practice for it. The Birthday Club met at the Harry Marchant home Wednes- day afternoon with Mrs. Walt Marchant co-hostess. Mrs. Chris Helmer's birthday was honored with a card and gift of money. Court Whist was played with prizes .going to Mrs. Bill White, Mrs. Helmer, and Mrs. Ben Mil- ler. Lunch was served. AI Nelson's sister, Mrs. Ruth Coxbett, and Delores Rowe, spent Wednesdas, evening to Thursday at Nelsons. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson attended ,the Crook County Farm Bureau meeting in ~undance Sat- urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dick DeYoe and family spem Friday evening at Jerry Ryans. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ryan and four children were last Sunday visitors at Gary Steeles. Louny Dan McGillivra~ and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley McGLllivray are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McGilhvray. Their daughter Jean, the Robert Majelkys, will join them this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wait Marchant and Brian were F.dday evening callers at Gerald Bumaeys. Shir- ley Brunson, Sundance, is spend- ing the weekend with Julie Bun- ney. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Snooky and children were Sunday after- noon visitors at Bunneys and had home-made ice cream. Frank Pearson called at John Pe~rsons Monday. Mrs. Frank Pearson was in Belle Fourche and Spearfish Thursday. She called at Gordon Shoemakers and Edla Pearsous and visited with Leo Russell in Spearfish. John Pearson had dinner at Frank Pearsons on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearson visited at Gordon Shoemakers Saturday evening. They met Mr. and Mrs. John Addison and son Scott and brought Brian Madden home with them to spend a week. Mrs. Ad- dison will visit her mother who isn't very well, at Chadron Ne- braska. She is Mrs. Mabel Mad- den. Mr. and Mrs. Pearson and Brian attended the 25th wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Ellsbury Sunday afternoon and visited Mrs. Elmer Roth. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley McGiUi- vray and Loany Dan McGillivray and Tricia visited at Pearsons Sunday evezfin[g. Mrs. Pearson was their teacher sevea'ai years ago. Psychiatrist: "At last I've cur- ed you of your fantasies." Patient: "Yea~h, big deall Yes- terday I was the king of England -- today I'm nobody." Senior Citizens Wilier Keyser, former agricul- tural agent here, will show mov- ies of his travelz abroad at the Center Wednesday night, June 25, 7:30 p.m. Ope~ to the public. Bingo is again scheduled for Saturday night, June 28th at 7:30. The Jack Pot is now $15.00. Our benefR dance was well at- tended and we extend our thanks to everyone who helped and the donations of food. Mr. and Mrs. Ge~ge Watts were visi,ted by two daughters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hyatt and daughters of Colorado and Mr. and Mrs. Ad- rian Kipp and son of California. Kenneth Montgomery and George Wa~ts attended a meeting in Casper for thc election of of- ricers at Eastern Wyoming Area Agency on Aging. Hulett By Mrs. Bill Wood June 4 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howard of Gibbon, Nebr., were overnight guests at the Bill Wood home Wednesday night. June 5 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hook and girls and Mrs. Bill Wood were in Spearfish and Belle Fourche Thursday, June 5, for doctor appointments. They had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howard who met them there. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howard visited with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Firench in Spearfish on Thurs- day afternoon then attended a French family reunion at the home of Leddie Jean and Les Jeffrey in Sturgis. They return- ed to Hulett Friday evening and spent a few days visiting in Hulett and Alva before going on to Gillette to visit with relatives there and to Edgemont to spend the weekend wi~ Mr. and Mrs. Willard Beard. They .returned to ,their home in Gibbon on Monday Jane 15. June 7 & 8 Harold and Esther Shaw spent the weekend at Don Grubbs on their way home from Jara Jo Shaws' wedding. Bob a~d Norma Jahnigs of Vale, S. D. were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gmbb. The Don Grubbs hosted a fish- fry Saturday evening for Luther Howers, Jolm Hower, Kenneth Grubb family, Donald Roberts family, Gary Grubb, Velma Ea- ton, Kenneth ~ewel family of Rapid City, George Mead family of Los Angeles, California', Barb. ara Bush family of Moscow, Idaho. Freddy Kiewel, grands~ of Don Gmbb's is spendiag a couple of weeks with his grandparents. A family reunion was held at the Bill Wood home on Sunday June 8. Those atteading were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howard, Gib- DANCE tO / THE WYODAKS Sat., June 28 We are planning music Sunday Afternoon Turf B.ar & Lounge Sundanee, Wyo. June 26, 1975 ban, Nebraska., Mrs. Rose Hupp and son, Jerry, of Gardena, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Davidson, Cheyenne, Wyo., Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Davidson and Larry, Sun- dance, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wells Jr., of Gillette, Mr. a~d Mrs. Bill Win]and and family, Gillette, Mr. and Mrs. Max Evans and family of Oshoto, Mr. and Mrs. Leaned Hook and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood. Lee Howard, Rose Hupp, Peggy Wells and Evelyn Wood and brother and sisters. Calling in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Jotm Wood, Mrs. l.m~er Hower, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ackerman and Mr. and Mrs. Don Ackerman. A picnic dinne~" was enjoyed at noon and the afternoon was spent visiting and some attended the rodeo. June 10 Mrs. Gary Williams and Mrs. Alvin Rush were callers at the Bill Wood home Tuesday after- noon. Mrs. Williams who lives at Grant, Nebr. will reeurn to her home on Thursday. Bill Woods and Charley Waugh left Tuesday evening for Torring- ton where they wi}l be attendiag custodial school for a few days. MEAT Completely prepared for your locker. Half Beef ............... lb. 79 Hind Quarter ........... lb. 89 Front Quarter ............ lb. 72 WHOLE or HALF HOG lb. 78 BEEF BUNDLES 20 Ibs. - $20 Custom Butchering and Processing of All Kinds Spearfish Packing Co. East of SHS football field Phone 642-2341 Spearfish, S. D. The Land Bank can help you build your home in the country or in a small town. That's right.., the Land Bank can now help you finance a new or existing home in the country - or in towns of 2500,people or less. And, you don't have to be a farmer to qualify. Let's talk about it. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION P. O. Box 788 Ph. 892-27511 Belle Fourche, S. D.