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Winners at En garde all knitters and cro- cheters. It's National Wool Needlework Contest ~ime again. 'And knacky knitters and cool crocheters in this locale will have the opportunity to participate in the nation-wide competition by submitting ~heir entries for local judging at the Crook County Fair which takes place August 11.13. Now in its ~ourth successive year under ~the co-sponsorship of the Natioanl Hand Knitting Yarn Association and the American Wool Council, the National Wool Needlework Contest will again be open to all non-professional knitter and crocheters who will have a chance to advance to the contest. ]~r. and Mrs. Gust Wolff spent Thursday night at the Lyle Wolff home in Belle Fourche. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Viergutz and family were in Itapid City Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Shoemak- er were Saturday night and Will appreciate your support as Democratic Candidate for nomination as County Commissioner Within the last two years the Court of this State has decided in the interest of more equal representation for each voter to divide the state into certain legislative districts. The House of Representatives will still have one representa- tive from each county and in some counties as many as eleven. In the State Senate some coun- ties will have four or five senators while some counties or portions of counties with small pop- ulations have been combined to form one Sen- atorial District. Crook and Weston Counties have fallen into this category. Whether we agree with this or not, this is the ruling of our Supreme Court and we will abide by their decision. I have filed for the office of State Senator to represent the Senatorial District of Crook and Weston counties. With the feeling of the add- ed responsibilities of representing both coun- ties and all of the people in both counties, I will try during the next few months to impress upon you the idea that I am better qualified for this job. I will appreciate any invitation from any- one or any organization that is having a meet- ing or a gathering where I might explain my ideas and reasons for running. I also sincerely invite anyone and everyone to stop at my office in Upton or at my home to visit about the elec- tion or any ideas you may wish to put forth. In future articles I will give what I think are good qualifications for this office, my reasons for r0nning and some of the things I will try to ac- complish in the legislature. In the meantime, l ,would like to urge everyone to participate in the coming election. You cannot be represent- ed if you do not vote. Your vote will count just as much as the President's on August 16 or November 8. Help preserve our heritage. Lawrence Materi Democratic Candidate for Wyoming State Senate Sunday visitors at the Pearsons. The Gary Brengles, Faye Smith and Shaun and Lisa Brengie were Sunday evening visitors at the Pearsons. Mr. and Mrs. Al Nelson and Fern took Marie Sipe to Moor- croft Monday. She will visit her sons tester and Frank Sipe be- fore returning to her home. AI. ~red and Leon Hutchinson called at Nelsons Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson visited Mrs. Ern- mett Wilson, Lead, in the Belle Fourche hospital Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, Fern Nelson and Mable Wood picnicked near Nem on Sunday. Beulah Beavers Meet At Stoltz Home The Beulah Beavers 4-H Club met J, uly 22 at the Stoltz home. All members and one guest were present. Club members discussed their plans for the Crook County Fair. They also discussed whether or not they should take up square dancing again this fall. Linda Simons gave a demon- stration on the proper ways to can and Kathy Bridges and Linda Simons gave a talk on water safe- ty. After the meeting, Mrs. Stoltz served banana splits and games were played. Sundance, Wyo. Ben W. Jensen, been awarded a cate in reco service with the way Department, announcement the W~'oming St~e Commission. Jensen, an nician, is stationed ment's highway dance. SPEARFISH, SO. DAK. OPEN TILL 9 ON This is the last chance you'll have to vote and help her win a prize. for your favorite on at L0w, L0w Prices YOUR VALUES TO YOUR VALUES TO ring, Summer MANY J REG. MATERNITY Nice Selection of Slacks, Blouses, Skirts, Sweaters imm im m iii Iim m i 1~ PRICE AND PRICE AND g Dresses Price an