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urday in Sundance has set the 4-H Achievement Day for Nov. 3. We hope this date will be conven- ient for all of you. lnyan Kara Club Makes Achievement Day Plans Plans for Achievement Day were REFUND made at a recent meeting of the Inyan Kara Club held at the home ~Vaber that October 1 is the of Kate Donaldson. Mrs. Iris e ia filing for Federal Gas Partlow was co-hostess substitut- fu lds There will be no if filed after that date. We ing for Mrs. Frank Humphrey and Norma Livingston. a supply of Form 2240 The club made plans for partici- necessary in making the pating in the Achievement Day DIP program at Hulett. Members also planned for their part in the din- from Dr. Good dated ~er to be served for 4-H Achieve- 21, 1956 states that ment Day. has again been found Mrs. Emory George gave a dem- Dakota. It will now be onstration on candle making. for all sheep being ira- from South Dakota into Card of Thanks to be dipped. This of I wish to thank eveyone for the Will be a lot of trouble in lovely cards and flowers I received but may keep scabies during my stay in the hospital. state. Donna Mollenbrink N. Davidson, assistant is now in Sun- T.B. testing work. If or purebred cattle, (Sept. 27) contact or write the Mr. and Mrs. Ted Speidel and office, especially if you family were weekend guests of missed in earlier work, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Tenke and have a few head of dairy boys. Davidson is here pri. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Toth and ram- Dr. Port is under SUpervision in Denver, and m~able to do any work at Dr. Davidson will not be handle Brucellosis testing as he has a limited of time to spend in Crook AGENT was here in Sun- Friday for a few hours. that one of the in- s at the University is a bit to follow. We hope he i~ June in accordance with plans, so that he can his duties here. In am enjoying Crook alld the work here, and that I can get out to visit of farms and ranches weeks have passed. Council which met Sat- ily of Moskee were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Tenke and Lesley. Other guests that evening were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Toth and family of Upton and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Tenke and boys. Martin and Donald Peterson ac. companied Mr. and MYs. Jack Necklason to Gillette one day this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson and son visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peterson on Sunday. Carol, Carl and Richard Peterson attended the anniversary celebration at the Tower Monday. Mr. and Mrs. ,Bink Nussbaum called at the Frank Tinkcom home on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Bennick visited Sunday at the Tinkcom home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Nussbaum and Gerry of Upton and Mrs. Frank Tinkeom. Mrs. R. J.-Rail and her sister a / Oct. 5 9a.m. We will need 2500 calves for this First Spec.ial Calf Sale. Buyers are looking for those good, wes .,n calves. We wall also sell any other class- es of livestock you care to con- sign. There will be special calf sales every Friday through the * months of October and Novem- ber. "Black Hills Leading Market" 8turgis, South Dakota-- Phone 88 or 695 Madden Owners Harley Roth to our Market Program, 1580 on .your dial, Monday thru Friday at 7:$Q a.m. Second Annual Angus & Cross-Bred Angus Sale MONDAY, OC'I BER 15 All Classes Mrs. Jay Durfee called at the Leo Mr. and Mrs. Lester Waugh and Mr. at~d Mrs. Lewis Clark Qf Rail home on Friday. Bob Rail family were businesscallers in New Haven were Friday evening went to Laramie this week on a Spearfish Saturday. visitors at the Don Policky home. judging trip with the FFA boys. Visitors during the week at the .4~,~..;.~.,~,t ll| ii i|l| i i i, ,i, home of Mr: and Mrs. N.S. Clark gromwherels" 2'J were Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Clark It .,. O~ I~HaI'S of Osage, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lappe and family of Hulett. "- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foulks _~b~,y f'~k ' ~RJ Her tAIIL, l..~ were overnight guests Tuesday of ,..anseu --.o,~, Mr. and Mrs. Straitor Clark. They left for Dodge City, Kan. early ~~ $spoint of View" ' Wednesday morning. Harvey M. Lohr and A1 Wright of Traverse City, Mich. and Lloyd Cole visited Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Straitor Clark. Ralph Schlup has been doing some dirt work and manure mov- ing with his "eat" for Helen Smith and Straitor Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ross and daughter Bessie were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ross in Gillette on Friday. Saturday they drove out to Mr. Ross's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Gillette to hunt antelope. Straitor Clark, Lloyd Cole, Raymond Vines, Sidney Harvey and seyeral friends also were there hunting antelope and deer. Some local high school teachers spent the summer taking courses at the State University. They learned a lot, but one of them-- Miss Williams--got homesick. "To save expenses," she re- ports, "we chose a hotel that was clean but grim. When I found my window looked out on a voalyard -my heart just sank!" But, when Mi~ Williams no- ticed a pot of geraniums on the window sill-and a note Baying "Look at tke,e instead. (signed) Last Occupant" - she decided to stick it out. She kept those flowers watered and tended to make things that much easier on the nezt occupant. From where I sit, it's ofte~ hard to adapt to new surroundings-- just am new customs often Hem struge to us at first. For in- stance, if you've always had tea with your meals you might find it odd that I prefer a glass, oL beer. It's OK to prefer what's familiar to you.., but also keep uopea mind ou wlmt'a not. we have television from KOTA-TV in Rapid City which recently boosted its power to 75,000 watts. T|me our It On Our You to Choose From We Have for l Your TV Dealer in Sundance Phone AT. 3-1423 i 4 ! I i (