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I Moving ,pictures, stunts and Farm Home Demonstration ag-land children of Beulah and Mr, THE SUNDANCE TIlVrES ' ! [ dancing made the evenings quite ents of the state will meet inland Mrs. Gee. Howes had a picnic Sundance, Wyo. July 22, 194g I I enjoyablefor those attending Casper July 29 30, and 31 wherelwith the Reuben Hlndman family m ! ........ ' -h "- l at theii ranch Monda- Jesse Janes and Dearie Smith I camp. they Wll[ IIOIU a works Pp."me| Y" ,....1. h ..... ,., - ..4 i' [ 4-H leaders and club members main emphasis is to be on pro-| Ed Wells and vaother,~Mrs. Flor- ~""~ ~,ogs to belie ~ourcne Tnurs- I are being asked to assist the Sun- gram planning for 1949 [ence Wells attended the Roark any. .. . . [ dance Commercial Club in areang- Farm Safety [ P Y- - -- " ....... " sale near U ton Frida ~iMr and ~h's. tray Woods ann -- - a s n r poke J F woous were ~unaay guests i ling for participants in the mob I)on't torget to double your ef-I Mr. and Mr. Leo a d Sn - ~:_ ....... [ scenes of the Passion Play at forts to make your farm and home| and sons returned fromtheir at tee teet~oen rtmaman nome. ~NNDER OF COM-ING [~Spearfish on August 5. One hun- a safer place in which to live.]trip to Nebraska Sunday evening, cMhr'ldaennd a MdS'MMa:tnYd 0~ig:rdH:gd ~,I~', "~ [dred twenty-five to one hundred Next week is National Farm Safe-I Jim Bowel's attended the dance ,m. .......... ''1', eo~ .... " ..... ts ~t: 20 2o -- H o m e m a k erE| forty people are needed in these ty Week. / Saturday evening. , Mal , . - . . :Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chatfleld ~-Jl~l', "- lo Canyon. [mob scenes. Anyone who can Wildhfe [ ,Melwn Chittim is employed at ................. . .hna ..... o.~ qly "J~ ...... r ,~la~ tv, v j~ttLa~ ~.a~la*~aa ~ld,o*a~ ~t: .... Red~atel Farm BU-]attend is asked to ,bring their The Game and Fish Commls-/the Harold Schelldorf anch. ~,..a ..... * ,h~m..~o~*r*h-m* ~lr" I lunch and have picnic lunch to-sion will provide .beavers for[ Donald, Keith and Francis ~'"E""t)~ C~batfi~ld"~co~aniedDr" ~:'~1~-. gether nl Spearfmh Park at 6:30planting In any loeahty where|GIubb are betiding a barn at th ......... ~.^ t~.^. r,~.~. .... arty Oneeo le from Crook ~. ,. [-,,,'~ ~, t,,~ ~--~r .~,,,.,,,,,,,,,- ~'~ - P P "[ p m The Sundance Commercial they have a reasonable opportun-tDr. R. I. Port ranch. -'onO- M-'nda., ty at " " . . ,a , ,,, j. ~1~:] tended the 4-H camp atlclub will furnish ice cream and ity for surviving. Anyone inter-| Mr and Mrs -Wesley lanes and v,,~,.ho,, 're~,~a- ts rl,q~- ~0" anyno last week. Off~ce~sI coffee. Tbe Passion Pray starts, (sled in having ,beavers planted|u~,.,m ...... *1,o u~,- ~ ............ rnento," .w-rk at *he ~esse ~'e~. re elected to the camps}at 8:00 p. m. and we will need on their place shouldcontact| ....... ~ulng body included OwenJ to b,e there a few nlinutes before (1; a]]] ~ Warden Tennessee Hall. |ranch Tnursaay. aa,,es ranch. I~':Y from the Aladdin Hast-I that time. Anyone who plans tel Grasshoppers / -- - ,, - l~;~" mayor, Don Odegard from/participate should notify the! Bait contin~les to move out| ~ ..... J\\| [/ ~;~a, Vfyoming as Assistant[County Agent by August 1. Iprettv well f('om the Sundance[ ~ ,,,~ ili~'111gl'l~.::~:~i!~i~.'..~/~~il ~r. Don was tile Mayor lastI (','()ok CourHv's enrolhnent of mixing "station. Since partici-[ /_~41~~ ~ ~r~OrJ~Gilrt -"~i'-"i}~ii::!ii!i::iii::iii::ii: ,~ .... - ,. ~:~::,,'.::t!::S::::::::: ~ 1~. -ladehne Rlpley was elect-14.H club members was increased patton at the Beulah station hasI ~'~ ~ ~- ~!~iiii::ii~!~i;iiiii!?~ii~ ~.~Cretary; Darrell Nickelson,[ ])y 54 percent this year over last. been very light that station has] ~~ tt~;~'~'~/~~ ~10[ Police, and Jerry MorelI Hot Springs county had tile larK- been closed. [ ~ / ' ' ~~ ~ett: was chosen to be thelest increase this yea,', which was Weed Control i A FAVORITE KENTUCKY ~v~ aaplaln. }105 percent. Sweetwater county .4. state spraying machine, oP-! _ _ ......... ~.~:~ ~'etYone seemed to have alwas second with 86 percent, crated by Sir. HiIdson,.was in the! SRAND IS AVAII, AUUI ~~~ ~k ,me and came home unit, rook County's 54 I, ercent bike ,.,runty for four days' this ~weekI AGAIN! ~ tired but happy. Francis[ gave her third place. Fourteen spraying noxious weeds in var oust /~~, ~~ I~_~*t~ and Martha Uh'iehlcounties in the state equalled or i)arts of the county. He is cover-I --_ ~-~~ i[.~l~t.~.~e state Extension Service~ex(eeded their 1948 enrollmbnt in g twelve counties in the state| ~ ~~'~'-~l i.i~a W,th the camp's l)rogram, lThere are 4029 boys and girls thisyear. [ ~[-~1 ~~~ l~t: Od~gard received a Sharp-/from 22 counties enrolled in 5234 x----------~ I -~ "-~*~" ,,i,o ects .in agriculture houston Creek I |[I .. J -- , iff~ts in r,~; . ~. :~,_. . lana home economics. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pattinson]~ fl|J l[ llllnnnl UVAA|O |ql~ ....~tte p~acHce, xn]s is[ Anna Louise Hansen, %Vyom- ..~ ~l,,a.~, .... ]~.. ..,a M-- ~*r"s I ~ ~JIU N~||||||U n| ||||~ II~t t " ~zt ~lau~1111 O, lltl '.11. dll~ z tl~ * t~ " i~': o tile highest awardling 4-H delegate in tile Interna- ,,~,, , ...... n..... ,n o,.o ~, ,bol VVllll II~lVVB~ Ib; ,0y National Rifle Assoc-[tional Farm Youth Exchange:;:s,.O'*"~:=~'",::r"~,r~,~=:o:a,,""'~l ~UVlll| . U-ORAHD kPl UIh I~-'* anti the oulv ~tl,~h m,~aal/ .......... ',,ess_ o,~,,~,. ,'a ~,, ,, ...... -" ~. ~ -~;,~'v..- I .... . .... I ......... ., . "~1 *~ ........ Will waive ~nglanu tnm week - J~'~" awarde ............. I ......... Mr. and Mrs. E. B Chatfmldl " rltUCky Whiskey-ABlend ,~ u aL ~uy ~ xx ~amp tOl i~orwa~, wnele SEe Will StU(ly -- -- l~Yonai-- - ] -' " ' and Nie Schweim r~turned from[ s~ff~l ON THE I " " Ih ~g" thecountry's culture Miss Han- " .~ ~.~ " i tlOdega,'d received a trip I sen is among the 18 4~H club ~:::sfth~n]g, as:r~ thin :hk B,gl ~~ hw I$~@y 'h,~'~ l~lt~/1 hal 4-H congress in Chi-l,n,em~ers chosen to work and ~a~' :.a ,,-~ .~,, -ar,,,,L * I~ ~,u*! ,I *~i "_1 * __ ".~.'&l_ .i l~'aat fall as a result of wtn-/play in various European teen-~. ":-': "*,"" .'-""" ".*"~.-"'~'X~'~ ~'J - ~~A ~ fll~b- I~--~ tae state contestin -ill ..-. . ~ . . . v. woons, mr. ann a~rs. ~teunenl -- |..'~hr c~ / tries TEefirststop was in .......... ; . ..-~I~: rvationr C r ' Hind.man ant1 carol .were at tne . l,~0~'., p oje ts. He eport-[England where the young people ............ m^ "~t" raa-- Mrs I Nsti~ldDi~il~mPmdt~l~C~lmestioa,~York 86~oof 65%gt~lnNsuttsl$p~d~ aletr" ,~,, ,,~,,~ ,,o ~ ~,, . u ~. . _ i~v lp tO the general as-Iwere guests of the National Fed-ur~,,o ,.~a ~ro ~ina .... ,tena I ~a ~ ~-n cam'p, eration of xoung rarmers Clues e ~eonoml-s -'r-'; .... e-- I_,. " ..... " ed a meeting In town in the af- ~ll J~l~a ~ '~" "J~ '" '-'lTnlS organlzauon Is a counter- ~ ...... . ". |~.~ me judging practice atlpart of the 4-Hclubs in the Fred Johnson of Miles Clt~ ~" United States "' J 11~ girls' handicraft included I-- em-- " Montana visited his sister, Mrs.' Before You Buy Screens Illakln o ~om ager~ Paul Cummings and family last Homemakers are tryi g th s g f flowers and ant n ~ I ~ bo'- " I week to out-up 4-~ cmn memners mtn-s famll-" took their -nest i Ii~W~ll~ ! m~_ r~U :~mbu ~m | ~ ta did wood*burnlng phi ;. h~.,; ...... a ,~,~ o, ~..,~ s ~ , ~ m uvvv~mlm~m~v n m~v~m~v i ~.'P ae a. ................I "~' ." .... s ,* ~,,y ........ ~ ..... * through the Black Hills. "" i ~t. hrear~v'~.~ .~"~" -~"u:-|maKers camp m ~allo canyon. Harold SeheUdorf and mother ! t~%tm-. . all O[ teem maaelThursday is Visitors Day. Dis- we-* o* th* AI %helldorf home A Combination All Metal Screen and Storm Window |qt~-~**tes for their yard rltrict officers and visitors from Sunda='even~ln~, " ! .~ .,a~e and branded the slahS~the eight counties in the district 'dr ~-na M~.'Duane Smith and or four leaf clover or will attend camp that day and ~ i~t~ - I children of Hartley, S. D. vtsited W~th Ruseo s You Never Change [ hold a district meeting, at the Jesse lanes from Wednes- ~l|| | | | || | ~ ___._.___ :. t~lae farmer who chooses a McCormick-Deering Hay Machine ,[gettingq~" a great background of equipment leadership and t -'~CeSS on his fide. . l)eeT~r rough all the of tool development, McCormick- years hay - rtng has played a leading role. McCormick-Deering ~v~-rrr early became a standard by which other equipment ",as judged. - T, o farmers interested in perfecting a speedy, dependable ethod of harvesting hay, we want to say this: "Look into the complete McCormick-Deering line. There's a modern machine for every step in your job, and we'll be glad to show or tell you all about them. ' , ! HAIV|STEI FArM EQUIPMENT NeADQUA|T||S day to Friday. Mrs. Smith Is Mrs. Janes' daughter Mrs. Ed Wells and Mrs. Flor- ence Wells ,were in Belle Fourche Wednesday. Bill Bushnell was in Hulett Sunday Mary Lynn, Virginia and Ann Hindman attended 4-H camp at Mallo Canyon last week Mr. Hindman took them down on Tllursday and brought them back on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Sehelldorf and Mrs. John Lindsey were Mon- day supper guests at the Harold Sehelldorf home. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfield Just Arrange" For Free Estimates and Demonstration see Sundanee, Wyoming A product of F. C. Russell Company . . World's Largest Manufacturer of Storm Windows and granddaughter, Eva June at- ~ended the Bear Lodge Livestock Association picnic a Alva Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan" Cressman, You've Heard the Expression Herbert Cressman, Mrs. Andy Po-[ licky, Donald and Ivan, Mr.son offand[" ,, i . ;14 Mrs. Frank Pearson and ''' n'l " Aladdin and and Mrs Ray , , J { mend Culver and two sons of] Lvell' WY' were Sunday guests I" A llt at the Jesse lanes home. Mrs'lff 1 99 Culver is a nephew"of Mrs. J J Janes. J Ellen Chopping of Casper is a ~l guest at the Jake Chaffin home[9[ Neither--- this week. Her parents brought[~ ) can you expect to get the necessary Proteins and j Vitamins, to keep )'our family fit, from spent ani- mals, or the cheap grades of Meats as you do from the top grades we handle. Buy ANY cut off the top grade animals. i SKIMP on QUANTITY but never on QUALITY ! his' is just another reason why so many~ people depend on Model for the Best. ) I)eane Bryan Sundance i her ,by plane Sunday. ~Mr. and Mrs. Win. Them Spearfish, S. D. Office Over l~yal P~ SHOES REPAIRED I WHILE YOU WAIT I Mall your shoes In to us. We will fix them promptly and r~- turn them to you. ) Sundanee Shoe Shop _ ocke, Mr. and Mrs. George HO I