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Achievement Day for Crook county homemakers clubs has been scheduled~ for Moorcrof Sept. 24. The annual event will be held in the high school gym- nasium. Meeting at 10 a.m. will be the county council and a nominating committee. A president and vice president will be elected to serve two-year terms on the council. Lunch will be served at noon by the Moorcroft club. The afternoon meeting, start- ing at 1:30, will be a full one. Highlights will include reports of dubs' achievements during the past year by club presidents. Leona Gels will report on her trip to the National Home Dem- onstration Council meeting in Madison, Wisc. A talk and dem- onstration on civil defense will be given by Glen Wyatt, Sun- dance high school science teach- er. Each club will also have a booth display with prizes being awarded for the most artistic and most representative. In addition, a door prize will be given and prizes will also go to the youngest and oldest club members. Miller Creek Sept. 12 Roger Rathbun was a recent victim of the flu. Since consult- ing a doctor Sept. 5 he has re- cuperated. Chesney is ill this week. Lightning the night of Sept. 4 started a fire on the Gardner place near the Neal Garman ranch, Louverne Nicholson, Lynn Barnes, Tuff Vore, Hal Oudin, Chesney and Roger Rathbun, Neal Garman and Joe Engelhaupt were among those who controll- ed the fire and kept it from spreading to a larger area. Monte, Stacey and Murray Moeller stayed with their grand- parents and aunt, the Hal Oudlns and Dorothy Wednesday-Sunday while their parents visited rein. fives and attended the So. Dak. state fair at Huron. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carr and family were Thursday evening guests of Myers. Mrs. Chesney Rathbun accom- panied Jennie Lea as far as Gil. lette Labor Day and is visiting relatives there. Mrs. Roger Rathbun, Melody and Kenny were shopping in Sun- dance Friday. Friday evening guests of the Paul Myers were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carter and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Garman and Christine were business visitors in Sturgis Saturday. Jeff and Wayne stayed at the Myers home during their parents absence. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Habeck and Phillip were social and business visitors in Sundance, Saturday as was Hal Oudin. Lloyd Anderson departed for Oregon recently where he has employment. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Story and children moved from the Putman house to the Anderson house, formerly occupied by his parents, the Clarence Storys, who have moved into the Lloyd Anderson house trailer, which they pur- chased. Donald Anderson and Frank Proctor were t~vo of six young men who recently joined the Na- vy. They departed by bus from Moorcroft the evening of Sept. 6th, for Denver where they pas- sod their tests and physicals. They are at San Diego, California receiving their boot training. Lloyd Atkinson was an even- ing ~visitor of Maurice Hauber during last week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers~and June were Sunday guests of the Ross Scotts in Upton. Mr. and Mrs. Don Steiger and family were Sunday guests of the Neal Garmans following Sunday school and church. Jeff Garman accompanied them to Sunday School in Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Englehaupt and family were Sunday guests of the Reuben Hindmans in Spear- fish. Mrs. Crystal Rathbun, Melody and Kenny visited her parents the Ken IIutchins, Monday. Neal Garman and Hal Oudin were Belle Fourche business vis- itors, Monday. Jim Habeck and Tuff Vore were in Upton on business Mon- day. Mrs. Neal Garman and children were Monday Spearfish shoppers as were Mrs. Lynn Barnes and girls. Walter Nicholson was a Mon- day caller at Oudins. Chesney and Roger Rathbun were brief callers Sunday at Ha- becks. Sundance Classes Select Officers The list of class officers and sponsors for the Sundance jun- ior and senior high schools was revealed this week by Supt. Jim Andersen. Serving for the 1960-61 school year are: Seniors - Dennis Mcdonald and Duane Hartl, sponsors; Katie Cundy, president; Dale Voss, vice president; Don Matthesen, secre- tary; Sharron Oison, treasurer; and Nelda Dillon, student coun- cil. Juniors - GlenWyatt and Har- vey Crowe, sponsors; Gary Miller, president; Ed Osgard, vice presi- dent; Lorna Collins, secretary; Charlotte Glover, treasurer; and David Sipe, student council. Sophomores - Clarence Grubbs, sponsor; Sandra Williams, pres- ident; Alan Bender, vice presi- dent; Susan Katches, secretary; Dean Louderback, treasurer; Mark Metcalf, parliamentarian; Lee Cronn, reporter; and Robin Vore, studertt council. Freshmen - John Gaylord, spon- sor; Carolyn Hewes, president; Ronnie Carr, vice president; Bon- nie Hooper, secretary; Allen Vines, treasurer; Terry Bray, par- liamentarian; and David Hooper, student council. Junior High - Jewel Grubbs, Pete Milos and Clarence Jore, sponsors; Lynn Collins, president; Leon Vines, vice president; Jac- queline Wales, Linda Moeller, secretaries; Bonnie Courchaine, Linda Watts, treasurers; and Shirley Ealy, Cecil Cundy, stud- ent council. Crook County Cowbelles Plan Luncheaon Meeting Sept. 20 A potluck luncheon meeting of the Crook County Cowbelles will be held Tuesday at the women's clubhouse at Hulett. The Cowbelle place mats and napkins will be available at the meeting for one Cent each or from Mrs. Carl Mayer and Mrs. Alfred Schelldorf, Sundance; Mrs. Alden Robinson, Moorcroft; and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Hulett. Sunny Divide Farm Bureau Makes Plans at Meeting Plans for future events were made Aug. 26 by the Sunny Di- vide Farm Bureau when it met at the community hall. The local selected Sept. 25 as the date for cleanup day at the hall. The interior and exterior of the hall will be painted and the grounds cleaned up. Ches- ney Rathbun was appointed to purchase the paint. The purchasing committee chairman gave a report on bulk cake prices. Interested persons should contact Ken Hutchins or members of the committee. Members also discussed new memberships and the annual county meeting. Berenice Chat- field, county Farm Bureau chair- man, spoke on the talent-find contest. The next meeting of the local will be held Sept. 23 and will feature the annual pancake sup- per at 6:30 p.m. Berenice Chat- field, Kenneth Hutchins and Chesncy Rathbun volunteered for the committee. Each fam- ily is asked to bring bacon, saus- age or eggs. Voting delegates to the county meeting will also be selected. during the September meeting. Weaverettes 4.H Club Holds Meeting at Pearson Home The regular meeting of the Weaverettes 4-H club was held Sept. 10 at the Pearson home with nine members and seven parents and leaders attending. During the business meeting, members decided to hold the club's reorganization meeting at the Dungey home Oct. 23. Cheryl Gels gave a report on the fair float and Barbara Bun- ney and Jim Gels reported on the state fair. Club leaders checked record books during the meeting. Lunch was served by Mrs. Frank Pear- son. Alva Farm Bureau Local To Hold Meeting Saturday A change in the meeting date of the Alva Farm Bureau has been announced by Mrs. Joe Svoboda, secretary of the local. The Alva local will meet Satur- day at 8 p.m. at the Joe Svoboda ranch. Members will select res- olutions to be presented at the annual county Farm Bureau meeting. Members should bring sand- wiches or cake for lunch. VA Rep Plans Visits In Area Einar M. Bergstrom, VA con- tact representative, will make service callers in Gillette and Newcastle next week. Veterans and their dependents are asked to contact the representative if they need information on benefits administered by the VA. The representative will be in Gillette next Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the courthouse. He will be in Newcastle at the Wyoming State Employment of- fice from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. next Wednesday and from 8-10 a.m. next Thursday. IN MEMORY OF George Walter Lawrence There comes a time for all of us When we must say goodbye But faith and hope and love and trust Can never, never die; Although the curtain falls at last Is that a cause to grieve? The future's fairer than the past If only we believe And trust in God's eternal care- So when the Master calls Let's say that life is still more fair Although the curtain falls. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robinson spent Sunday afternoon on a pleasure drive and had supper at Latch String Inn in Spearfish Canyon. Shirley Oudin and Wilma Dav- idson have enrolled for their jun- ior year at BHTC. Cecil Garten of Plato, Oregon was a guest Monday-Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shewey. Mrs. Paul Sharp and Mrs. Maurice Williams attended a bridge tournament atSylvan Lake over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mussel- man and Mark of Sioux City, Iowa arrived Thursday to spend a week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ted Speidel and family. Weekend houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill VanZee were Mr. VanZee's sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stroh of Chey- enne. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watson took their daughter Judy to Lar- amie, Saturday for registration at Wyoming University.They re- turned home Sunday. Callers during the week in the Roy Little home were Mesdames Leslie Simpson, Louis Semsey, Leo Rail, Francis Petera and Frank Tinkcom. Wednesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Murel Ealy and family were Mr. and Mrs. John Schriner and family of Newcastle. Mr. and Mrs. Noel Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sorenson attended the movie in Upton Sun- day evening. Mrs. Henry Oudin and Billy spent Sunday visiting at the Bill Wilson ranch. BHTC Extension Classes Planned Organization meetings for three Extension classes offered by Black Bills Teachers College have been announced by Donald Young, director of the BHTC Ex- tension Department. The organization meeting for "Man and His Music," a three credit hour course, will be held at 7 p.m. Monday at Upton high school. Other extension classes set are: "Trends in Modern Education in the U. S.," Belle Fourche high school, Friday, 7 p.m.; and "Fam- ily Relations," which wi!l be or- ganized Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Newell high school. Both carry three credit hours. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE: MAYTAG AUTOMA- tic washer, 4 years old, excel- lent condition.Phone AT 3-1271. 37-38* OFFICIAL NOTICE The annual meeting of the members of the Tri-County Elec- tric Assn., Inc., will be held in the Association tIeadquarters Bldg. at Sundance, Wyoming on October 3, 1960 beginning at 1:30 pail. The purpose of the meeting will be: 1. Presentation of reports of the business for the past year. 2. Election of 3 directors 3. Conduct such other bdsiness as may legally come before the meeting. The nominating committee has made the following nominations for directors to be elected for 3-year terms at the annual meet- ing, with one to be elected from each county. CAMPBELL COUNTY Harold Scott, Gillette CROOK COUNTY C. D. Roberts, Sundance WESTON COUNTY Everett Murray, Upton Additional nominations may be made from the floor during the meeting. C. D. Roberts, Secretary-Treasurer Sept. 15-22-29. Set Reg" Meet at A regional meeting of the Wy- oming Stock Growers Association is scheduled for Gillette Sept. 24. All ranchers in the state are invited to attend the meet- ing. The afternoon session will start at 1:30 p.m. in the high school with speakers discussing prob- lems concerning the livestock in- dustry. A dinner and dance at the Le- gion hall will be held at 7 p.m. Byron Loop, Denver, will be the banquet speaker. Reservations should be made with H. L. Barlow, Gillette. Alva Wigglers 4.H Club Meets at French Home Every member of the Alva Wigglers 4-H club attended the 11th meeting of the club held Sept. 12 at the Russell French home. Roll call was answered with a' report on the members' county and state fair exhibits. Completed records and health and safety sheets were handed, in. Achieve. ment Day and ideas on the 1961 county fair were discussed. The club voted to send the five dollars it won on the club beef exhibit to the livestock scale fund. Ned French spoke on first aid for hiccups and Joe French gave a demonstration on making an emergency rope halter. The re-organizational meeting of the club has been tentatively scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Oct. 1 at the Kay Driskill home. CARD OF THANKS We extend our sincere thanks to all friends and neighbors for the many acts of kindness during my recent illness. They were all greatly appreciated. Mrs. Fritz Schleuning and family County Residents Have Total Savings Bonds of $1,373,000 Crook county residents congratulated recently for part in swelling U. S. Bond ownership to anew time high. Nationwide Series E and H bonds $42.8 billion. Waiter Tracy, county man, said Crook county re now have approximately 000 in Savings bonds. residents own about $104 IFYE Delegate From Iran Is County Visitor Working with County Warren Ferrell this week bas Mokhtari, 26-year-old delegate from Iran, who is ing seven months in the States. Abbas. employed in a ment program in Iran, has similar to that of a county in this country. He previously spent a with the Harvey Davis Alva and is scheduled to Weston, Campbell and counties after leaving When he returns to will appear before clubs to describe his visit Abbas said, "The people are very hos ially those in the western They like to be friends and to have peace but have no information of other He said he thought the system must be too in this country. He said been asked such "Do you have a moon country?" The IFYE delegate ed the Western better than the eastern the country because the people are friendly and kept the tradition of ally. Abbas said people in countries gain their only ledge of the United motion pictures. He was surprised to see girls working. He expressed his to the families who hosts during his stay in the' ty. Tuesday evening dinner in the Tom Graham Mr. Graham's sister and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Huron, South Dakota. Mrs. Sidney Harvey Spearfish and Belle Friday where she kept a. appointment and visited ~ ter Mrs. James Kokesh. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rauth at a steak fry at home Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Gerald Joy, Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. ter, Mr. and Mrs. Ala~ Mr. and Mrs. A1 Walker fly, Mr. and Mrs. Karl sen and sons, Mrs. Martha eriksen and Leroy Butts. Mrs. Adrian Kipp Jack Kobbe to Newcastle ness Saturday. They home via Upton where ed Mrs. Laura Schloredt. Mr. and Mrs. and family and Mr. and S. Clark were callers fish and Deadwood, Mrs. Ted Speidel and Mrs. Duane Musselman of Sioux City, Iowa Merle Sisson at Samarita~ tal in Spearfish, Friday. Callers in the HarrY home Monday were Watson and Mrs. Fred Newcastle. The two brought Mrs. back to visit in the Laughlin home after the weekend with Mrs. son. Mr. and Mrs. Murel family drove to the RoY ranch home Friday cake and ice or of Mr. Ekwall on his Mr. and Mrs. Alan ited Mrs. Roberts' and Mrs. L. A. Fuller Sunday afternoon.