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Willey, 16 - year - old county 4-H member, ad- the hand-made school out- lloyd Bowles at the state fair in Douglas. Bowles is the first boy to com- pete in the annual 4-H dress re- vue at the fair. ill Sept. 5 Frankie Pearson and Mar- to Rapid City on Man- meet Mrs. Pearson's too- two nephews from Man- and New Ulm, Mrs. Davis and David and Davis. They spent the With the Pearsons. Mrs. and Margaret took them Rapid City Saturday ev- Gels accompanied Rapid. Mr. and Mrs. Pearson, Margaret and the Davis' to the Tow- home via the Peaks on Mrs. Davis and Mrs. were in Belle Fourche and called on El- Mrs. Ella Ells- Nettle Evans and Mr. Milton Coburn in the Mrs. Davis, and Mrs. and Frankie Pearson Alva Friday evening and )n Mr. and Mrs. Henr.v on the way home. Doro- and Mary Ann Kling, spent the Labor at Mobridge, S. Rita Wolvington, who there. Dorothy and Mar- l%arson and Cheryl Gels evening at the Nels home. l~y Dungey, Henry Pick- erd families, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Pearson, Margaret, and Chuck and Cheryl Gels attended a picnic at the Elizabeth and Maurice Hauber ranch on Sun- day. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Roberson and Les- lie, Sundance and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Winters and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Voss spent from Tuesday until Friday at the State Fair at Douglas. Sharon Voss and Pat Mitchell were on on the Livestock Judging team at the State Fair. Dale Voss at- tended the F.F.A. Livestock Judging at the B. F. Lincoln ranch Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marchant called at the Voss home on their way home from the State Fair on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Schanb were last Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Ted Sager home. Ted helped Elmer Ruth on Sat- urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crago were last Sunday dinner guests at the Vincent Crago home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pickerd and Howard visited at the Crago home Sat- urday evening. Mrs. Crago en- tertained with a supper Sunday evening in honor of the birth- days of Leo and Jerry Crago and Wayne Hamilton. Those pres- ent were Sydney Crago, Kenny WASHINGTON" AND "SMALL BUSINESS" By C. WILSON HARDER A New Image of Thrift t~rt V ~lr~l.' ivian Ackerman had looked into her mirror hun- !irtt~,,f times since she was a little girl, I~ut this was the ~v."r~e she had seen the image of "Mrs. United States 'rigs . . . ~v~q .. Bonds of 1961. The Tucson, Arizona, housewife ,~Q..nle coveted title over 52 competitors in the "Mrs. tre~',r'c~'' finals at Fort Lauderdale, Fla., last week. As the lilnsgpW~m;:;~ o~~u~t~emredU~r~gt~e n:::n:r2y ,~ttr~..~rrnotion of Savings Bonds and Savings Stamps. The hu~b~'re brunette is the mother of three children. Her ~h Und, Harry, is County Attorney for Pima County, Ari- %|1'--'~rs. Ackerman succeeds Mrs. Jean Lemons of Wichita, uS, "M " " rs. U. S. Savings Bonds of' 1960. Frederikson, Pam Wales and Jer- ry Crago, Wayne Hamilton, Leo and Pat Crago. Mr. and Mrs:. Lloyd Ashland of Clearlake, Iowa, spent from Thursday until Sunday at the Larry Ross and Ralph Nickel- son homes. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Schultz, Northbend, Nebr. arrived on Thursday for a visit at the Nickelson, Ross and Jay Hejde homes. Mrs. Schultz is a sister of Mrs. Nickelson and Jay. An evening picnic was held on the Nickelson lawn on Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Schultz. Those present were John Muller, Mr. and Mrs. John Helmer, Alma Ripley, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Wolff, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sipe, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Pearson and Mar- garet, Cheryl Gels, the Don and Darrell Nickelson families, Ray Hejde and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hejde and Chuck, the Larry Ross family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nickelson, and Pam Paulson, and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Mortenson. Guests at the Charles and Frankie Pearson home last Sun- day evening were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Vane Cooke and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hejde. It was the 45th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Pearson. Ice cream, cake and coffee were served to the group. Gary and Sherry Dungey are attending school in Sundance this year. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Dungey were in Rapid City on Friday and bought a car for Gary and Sherry. School opened last Monday with Norma Jermiason, Belle Fourche at the Eothan School, Gladys Longpre, Belle Fourche, at the Aladdin School, Amy Brown at Four Corners, Mrs. Fred Sutton at Budmayer; Vern- is White at Bunney and Agnes Tressler, Montana, at the Basin School. Congratulations to Sharon Voss on winning a trip to Denver on her demonstration at the State Fair. Sept. 11 Mr. aad Mrs. Bill Sipe enter- tained with a birthday dinner in honor of Elwood Sipe on Satur- day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Osloond, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Wolff, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Dungey and Gary, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken- ny Sipe and family and the hon- ored guest and Mr. and Mrs. Don Sipe and family Spearfish. The Dungey, Whalen, and Miller fam- ilies, Mrs. Pat King, and Mrs. Bud Vase and Dan atttended the football game in Sundance Fri- day afternoon. A jam session was held at the Farrall hall Friday evening by the Aladdin Off Beats. The Bearlodge Wranglers 4-H Club met at the John Moliene home Sunday afternoon. Laur- ence Wallace, Bassett, Nebr., bro- ther of Mrs. Bud Voss visited at the Voss home from Monday - Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank- ie Pearson and Chuck spent Thursday evening at the Voss home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Krukow and Harold and John Faust, Hampton, Iowa, arrived at the Cuss home on Friday. Bud accompanied them to Gillette. They left for their home Saturday evening. Dale Voss and Chuck went to the dance in Spearfish Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Pearson moved Dorothy and Margaret to Belle Fourche on Monday. Mar- garet is attending B.H.T.C. They spent the summer at home. Dor. othy drove to work at the bank all summer. Mrs. Frankie Pear- son did her washing aS ~he, Dungey home Wednesday morn- ing. Mrs. Pearson attended a Homemakers vice presidents meeting in Sundance on Thurs. day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Pearson visited at the Merlin O'- Hayer home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Pearson call- ed at the Pearson home Tuesday afternoon. The Weaveretts 4-H Club met at the Charles and Frankie Pear- son home on Saturday evening. Record books were handed in. Mrs. Steve Gels returned on Monday from her trip to Madison, Wisconsin. Steve and Jim met her in Cheyenne Sunday evening. The Steve Gels family visited at the Pearson home Monday eve- ning. The Redwater S. W. C. S. met at the Woodie Vore home Tues- / Sundanee, Wyo. Sept. 15, 1960 day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Myr- on Goodson, Jim Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller, Edward Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gels and Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Pearson were present. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cushing spent the weekend at the. Bob Bunney home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bunncy and four children of Den- ver are visiting relatives here and in Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sager visited at the Ted Butterfield home Wed- nesday evening. Judy and Gayle went to the F..H.A. meeting in Sundance Wednesday evening with Grace Whalen. Sandra Schultz stayed overnight with Gayle that night. Ted and Judy were at Arpan and to their Hills Ranch on Friday. Gayle, Sharon Voss, Sherry Dungey, Grace Whalen, Gary Dungey and Dan Voss went to the school dance in Sundance Friday evening. Judy accompanied some friends to the dance in Hulett Saturday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crago spent Wednesday visiting at the Harry Marchant home. Cragos have been hauling hay from Redwater to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Cra- go, Jerry and Pat, Pamela Wales and Wayne Hamilton spent Sun- day afternoon at Lake Cooke. The Don and Darrell Nickel- son families visited at the Ralph Nickelson home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nickelson were in Rapid City on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. David Heinbaugh and son spent Sunday at the Larry Ross home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lakso vis- ited Melvin Oja at the hospital and Louise Krueger in Belle Fourche last Sunday. Gladys Longpre is staying at the Lakso home until her teacherage is ready. Dr. Paul Koren and Ray Huff- aker, Rapid City, were at the Gels home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vane Cooke were dinner guests on Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Pearson visited them in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Vane Cooke vis- ited at the Charles and Frankie Pearson home Sunday evening. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hejde and family visited Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Mortenson in Belle Fourche over the weekend then all but Mr. Hejde spent Sunday touring the Black Hills and visiting Mrs. Hejde's aunt and husband Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richter of Hill City. Charles E. Jones A.N., son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jones, has graduated from N.A.T.T.C. in Memphis, Tennessee and has been sent to Norfolk, Virginia. Enroute to Virginia, Charles vis- ited his grandfather C. E. Jones and his aunt and family Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Moran of Stewardson, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. George Hoyer of Newcastle were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Joy. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Kipp and girls were among the guests at a steak fry held at the Mark Boice cabin in Spearfish Canyon, Sun- day. Mrs. Ambrose Lappe and broth- ers Tom and Oliver Clark drove to Spearfish, Tuesday where Ol- iver kept a medical appointment. Mrs. Lappe drove her son Dallas to Spearfish on Wednesday also for a medical appointment. Mesdames Arnold Duca, Luster Mauch and Dick Proctor drove to Spearfish, Thursday to visit Mrs. Merle Sisson at Samaritan hos- pital. Eldon Mollenbrink, Bill Little and John Mollenbrink spent the weekend in Sheridan visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mollenbrink and family. Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Taylor, Mrs. Lena Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stirewalt were Wednesday callers in Spearfish. Thursday, the group drove to Hulett to vis- it Taylors' grandson Roger Bush and his new wife of Billings, Montana who were visiting at the Bill Bush home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Witte of Alantic, Iowa were Friday after- noon callers in the L. M. Loren. zen home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rounds and girls had dinner and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. V. M. French of Alva, Sunday. Because it is understood by so few people, a few huge en- ~erprises are getting from gov- ernment a ride on the greatest gravy train yet devised. O o Rep. Frank Thomson Jr., Sen. Joe. O'Mahoney, Sen. Rue- sell Long, and many others in Con- gress are seeking to plug the loop- hole which enables huge firms with government financed re- search work from continu- C.W. Harder ing to capture this biggest of all bonanzas. * In 1959, for example, almost $8 billion, or over 60% of all re- search expenditure spent by all industry, was federal money, put up by the taxpayers. Of these huge grants, small busi- ness received only 5%. Now these grants were made primarily to develop new de- velopments for use in the na- tion's defense complex. But the matter of defense has be- come so entwined with the ci- vilian economy, that out of this research comes a host of non-defense applications. $ t# $ For example, advances in metallurgy, drugs, plywoods, processed foods, electronics and in many other fields which are now found in consumer goods and services originated in research for defense. O * O There Is perhaps no doubt that the government expendi- ture of billions for research for new products and methods to meet defense needs in an age of technological warfare is National Federation of Independent Suilneu i needed. But that Is not where the problem exis a. O [ A huge firm, receiving rail. [lions or billions from govern- ~ment to carry on research to ]solve a defense problem, de- I cides that there is also a com- mercial application to the ma- terial or method developed with the taxpayers' money. *** The firm then seeks and re- ceives a patent on the commer- cial application of the material, or process, thus acquiring an asset of incalculable valuep all paid for by Uncle Sam. This is nub of problem. And it is a particularly grave problem because the Defense Dept., others In a position to hand out these research grants, give 95% of them to a few huge combines. If it were not for the Senate and House Small Busi- ness Committees, it is unlikely that even 5% of these huge sums would trickle down to small business. * This situation, then, has opened the road to monopolieS undreamed of in the past. Sen. O'Mahoney hae a bill which would correct this sltw- ation. $ Unfortunately due to highly technical nature of the matter, the issue will ~be fogged in a lot obscure language. Taxpayers are spendhqt bli- lions of dollars to finance It few big firms to develop new prod- ucts on which these firms then take out a patent and force the public to pay additional mil- lions or billions in the form of patent royalties. In other words, until corrected by Congress, method has been at last found to have your cake and eat it, tOO.