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If the United States ever suf. fore thermonuclear attack, one of the basic problems for Amer- ica's millions would be food, and how to get enough of it. In the so-caLled good old days the family pantry generaLly was loaded with food--ready for any emergency. Defense Administration recom. mends that every family keep a ~dnknura of a seven-day supply of food in the home for instant tree in an emergency This has become known as Grandma's Pantry. To es~nate how much food ' h needed for seven days, multiply the number of per- .ons in the family by the amounts shown in the adjoin- tag list for one person. & two er three weeks supply would Nil lem, as you replace the items used by shopping frequently , H i MILK: One package of powdered. non-4at dry milk, and two 14~ as cans of evaporated mill. FRUITS: One I lb. 14 as, can each o! two varlet/el of canned trusts, and I Ib, of dried frulte. JUICES: Three csrm of approxi- mately I qt. 14 ca each of trult or vegetable Juice. V E.OETABLES: S/X can8 fapproxJ- moiety 1 lb. each) of vegetables. SOUPS: Four 1O~A oz. cans. MEATS AND MEAT SUBSTI- TUTES: Four canS iapproximately I lb. each) of your favorite items. In- elude cheese or Oeanut butter tf de- [ sired. CERW-ALS8 8even Indlvtdual..~arv- ,lee packages of ready-to-eat variety BREAD: The canned varieties CRACKERS..COOK|ESs One boz. BEVERAGESz One small Jar of instant coffee, one of instant tea. or a. 1 |b, package o.t instant cocoa, wmchever your famu,T prefers. SOFT bBINKEt Twelve botUes the meeting. Members also presen- enough not to deplete your sup- ted a gift to the club leader, Lot- The annual fall conference°f ply to an appreciable extent, ise Beal. District No. 5 of the American Le- e * * The next meeting of the club gion and Auxiliary will be held YOUR CHILDREN are will be held November 16 at the in Buffalo on Sunday. " "d young, decrease the amounts by Frank Davis home. The Legion meeting will be hel one-fourth. If the children are .... at the American Legion Home .at infants, canned baby foods should 1:30 p.m. and will conclude .row be substituted for some of the Mrs, Marie Smith a joint banquet with the Auxillsr, other canned foods. And don't at 6:30 p.m. forget--be sure to plan for old people or invalids Named tO G O P Speakers during the afternO0a Another word of caution: check session will include John Sheme your "pantry" at least monthly, of Powell, department command" and rotate items regularly. Publicity Group err F. W. Bartling of Douglas, ha." Bottled water, for instance. -- __ tional executive committeeman; should be changed every six Mrs. Marie Smith of Sundanceand William Eaton of Saratoga, de- weeks. Euenttal items for your has been appointed to the state Re- partment vice commander. .. stockroom should include two publican publicity committee, ac- Comprising district five are .pos~ gallons of water In J up or cording to Harry Thorson, state ~lemtNe~a~tltt, Shuer~dnn ?u~is~~ bottles for each person, and Republican chairman. ' e three gallons for each child A state committee meeting will and Kaycee under three years old. Yon should also maintain a sup- be held November 4 at the Towns- ply of ultundongar, match- end Hotel in Casper. Committee Aladdin Sailor es, fuel, cooking utensils, s meetings are scheduled to be held THE SUNDANCE TIMES A ic Legion Sundanee, Wyo. Oct. mer an reporter; and Craig Pearson, song- leader. District Meeting , Project cards were given to the members during the meeting. A S f Halloween party was held during et or be more duirable, Foods SUFFL]~MENTAR, ITEMS, S.S- can opener, and tableware, in the morning with the general AL~ .J r listed are merely types ree- er, salt, seaaoninss, candy (types that store weU). chawins gum. and clan- YOU would also do well to have meeting at 2 p.m. Luncheon will,-,~,oar,~ ,..arrier emmended, not necessarily retie¶ and tohacca _ m your storage room a portable be held in the Jade Room. /~loJe which ml~t be stocked, u~u-rtu~: Store mess Items like~a~i,~ flalhlt~ht rancllam aria Orandm dM--/n s d . cool bass- ~- ..... The items kept on hand should meat or storeroom wit~ a tempera- holders, first.aid kit, blanket~, In Pacific Waters be those staple groceries that ture raa~.~pf3StoS0desreesfor best hall and earba~e container B S | ---- 8b__ | __ are used In your normal pattern ,.ck ,our p,.,.,.-_ .. __- ld "l-- rlulett btuclent An Aladdin youth is presently ably weekly b,dtat .least monthly and ~ me gnter s e, you m gnI of daily serving. By following rotate Itenm regmarly Use within add a Sunply of ,,ames and toys serving aboard an aircraft ca~,~, plan rotation IlDO prob. isix manana Bott/ed water th,,uJd be . .. "~.~:'-- " " .ha.sad .ca..,. week. io, At B.H.T.C. Elected the u s Seventh Fleer ~" Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ripley re- Mr. and Mrs. Orville Jones and East waters. He is Ve.rn~ * turned last Thursday evening after Rich Thompson were shopping int~ *,L_ Air. C. Fruit, son of Mr. and Mrs. G~" visiting their son Jack and family town last Saturday.sororiTy urucer Fruit. AII[H0.t at El Paso, Texas. They report a Saffell Is Given His Service Award Fruit, a machinist's mateflfire" very enjoyable trip. Harold Saffell, northeast dis- A Hulett coed at Black Hills man is serving on the au-'sub" Mr. and Mrs. AI Harding and trict maintenance engineer, Short- Teachers College at Spearfish has marine carrier Princeton .... Mr. and Mrs. Rabble Robinson and dan, has been presented his 30- been elected treasurer of Pi Kap- Princeton left San Diego, Calif~,t~ daughter Margo returned last Sat- year service award by George An- pa Sigma social sorority. July and has been cona.Ue~ IF YOUR urday afternoon from a weeks derson, northeast district engineer. She is Mrs. Lorraine Long, who training exercises The slUP . hunting trip in the Jackson Hole Saffell started with the highway was president of the sorority last visited Pearl Harbor, Hangs . area. They report a good trip but department in the spring of 1927 year. and Sasebo and Yokosuka, III, no luck for their game. as a helper engineer at Newcastle. Ill Mrs. Raymond Schlattman and He became a regular employee in ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH children were visitors in Gillette 1939. Sunday School, 10 a.m. War- Wednesday afternoon. In 1935 he moved to Afton, from ship Hour, 11 a.m. Evangelistic Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Ash, Mr. and Afton to Kemmerer, from there to Services, 7:45 p.m. Prayer meet- Mrs. Raymond Schlattman and Rock Springs and during World ing and Bible study, 7:45 p.m. daughter Nora Lea drove to Kim. War 1I worked out of Casper. He Wednesday. The public is invited ball, Nebraska Saturday and vLsi- became maintenance engineer at to worship with us. ted friends. Miss Rayma Jean Rock Springs in 1945, went to Sher- Sehlattman of Denver drove to idan in June of 1953 as project on- Kimball and Nora Lea returned to gineer and in April of 1957 be- METHODIST Denver with Rayma Jean to spend came maintenance engineer. q'he Rev. Levi Louderback, Pas. a few days. The Schlattmans and His wife is the former Hazel tot. Chvrch School, 9:45 e.m. Ashes returned home late Sunday Creach who was a resident o£ Worship, 11 a.m. MYF, 6:30 p.m. night. Moorcroft for several years. Choir practice, Tues., 7 p.m. Come Kevin, the small son of Mr. and District Basketball Tourney worship with us. Mrs. Gene Cox who has been has- To Go To Newcastle In 1958 pitalized the past three weeks at The annual Powder River dis- lift. CALVARY LUTHERAN the Cambell County Memorial has- triqt basketball tournament will be Services every Sunday 11 a.m. pital, was able to be dismissed Sat- held in Newcastle in 1958 and then Sunday school 9:45 a.m. urday and returned home. We are rotate each year between four Visitors are always welcome, surely wishing Kevin the best of Communities of northeastern Wy- luck. oming, according to a decision an- WESLEYAN METHODIST Mr. and Mrs. Voy Cox visited at nounced recently from a meeting Roy. Richard Mitchell, Pastor the Jay Durfee home in Sundance of school administrators repre- senting the school districts. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Sunday. Worship, 11 a.m. Young people's Bible Club, 7 p.m. Evening War- Grandma Stewart, a pioneer of The tournament which has been ship. 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting this area passed away at the Camp- held in Gillette since its inception I' bell County Memorial hospital last in 1925 with the exception of one p.m.and Bible study, Wednesday, 7:30 hasFridaYlivedm°rningwith themafterforbeingthe pasth°s" year, is to be rotated between New. pitalized only a short while. She castle, Sheridan, Gillette and Buf- had been in failing health for falo. Newcastle will host the tour- ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH some time. She is the mother of hey in 1958 then it will go eo Masses during the month: Frank Stewart of Moorcroft and Sheridan in 1959, to Gillette in First Sunday- I0 a.m. Third 1960 and to Buffalo in 1961. The CARD and fifth Sundays - 9 a.m. Con- two years. Her' son George and tourney will then be rotated be- i fessions before mass. wife arrived Sunday from Topeka, tween the four towns in the same CHAIRS For "information call AT 3-2415 Kansas. Her daughter Gladyce and order. & or AT 3-1783. two children of Minneapolis, an- , other daughter Ethel of Riverside, City Receives ALADDIN SUNDAY SCHOOL California and Abbie of Chicago, The Aladdin Sunday School will meet at the Aladdin school each were in attendance for the last $304 Sunday at 9:30 a.m. All are wel- rites. Two grand daughters and for August come. Classes for all ages. Wor- one grandson from Sheridan were ship with us each Sunday. also out-of.town attendants at the Cig I funeral. We extend deepest sym- arette Sa es LUTHERAN pathy to the bereaved family, control The Auschultz Drilling Company The second distribution of cigar- Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Single and Dual Worship Service with Holy Com. are moving to Moorcroft this week ette tax money made under the and will spend some time here do- new three cents per pack tax has reunion 11:00 a.m. been made, according to the state Visitors are always welcome, ing some drilling. COMPLETE LINE OF REVERE EPISCOPAL Moorcroft has been having sev- Cigarette Tax Division. The dis- Church School and Holy Cam- eral hunters the last few days and tribution is for August sales. reunion 7 p. m. Sunday, Nov 3. all have been lucky with their From the August sales, Sundance received $304.02 and Crook county • game. Some from Illinois, Indiana $243.42. Other figures included: Communion will be followed by and Iowa. a coffee hour. Moorcroft, $239.91, and Hulett Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hughes and $48.15. for the son of Casper came over Monday Gross tax figuresfor August and attended the funeral of Grar/d- were $112,435.97 as compared with ma Stewart. They returned to Cas- $73,663.34 for August 1956 when 27TH Mrs. Ethel Taylor of Sheridan per Tuesday evening, the two cent tax was in effect. has been visiting relatives and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Helm who re- friends here the past several days." cently returned from a visit to She plans to return .to Sheridar~ Minnesota are planning to leave New Officers are Elected Thursday. Mrs. Taylor is employed for California soon after the first By Kara Kats 4.H Club at the Girls Industrial School. of November. Mr. and Mrs. Heim New officers for next year/were Mr. Jack Simpson and daughters have property in Hawthorne, Calif., elected at a meeting of the Kara Sherry Rae and Lois came in and usually spend the winter Kats 4-H club October 24 at the Wednesday to meet Mr. Simpson, months out there. Bob Pearson home. Linda Canfield Paul S. Sharp, Owner who had accompanied a shipment Merrill Waymire has been quite was elected president. of cattle to Omaha last weekend, sick the past week with the flu. At Other new officers are: Janice Ph. 8-2274 Sundance, In the afternoon they were visitors this writing he is feeling better Edwards vice president; Lynn in Gillette. but still unable to be out side. Pearson, secretary; Ronda Davis,