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New Army Reserve Act Explained (Ed. Note: Following are an- SWers to questions most frequently sked of Army Reserve officers by igh school boys during presenta- tion in the high schools of service requirements under the draft and the new reserve forces act of 1955. Other questions and answers will aPPear next week. Additional information on the Army Reserve may he obtained from Capt Paul Sharp at the 4arshall-Wells Stores in Sun- dance.) QUESTIONS: relative to the spe- Cial enlistment plan which per- aits young men 17 to 18˝ to en- list iri the army reserve for 6 years and spend only 6 months on active duty. 1. Question: When may I enlist for this 6 months training pro- gram? AnswernAnytime between the ages of 17 and 161/; even while YOu're still in high school. 2. Question: Will my enlistment !llterfere with high school? Answer--None whatsoever; you raay delay your 6 months active duty training until you graduate, or quit school, or reach the age of 20. You may attend the weekly raeetings with a reserve unit for 2 hours at night, and the 2 weeks SUmmer camp is held in the sum- ler. Your 30 days voluntary ac- !ire duty in lieu of weekly meet- lags and summer camp may be taken during the summer• 3. Question: What is the defer- laent for persons not in high School? Answer--They may delay the 6 aonths training for a period not to exceed 120 days. 4. Question: Does this enlist- nent make me draft exempt? Answer--Yes. So long as you Participate satisfactorily. 5. Question: When does the draft exemption start? Answer--The minute that you Sign your enlistment papers and lake the oath of enlistment. 6. Question: If I enlist while in high school, what kind of partici- Pation is expected of me? Answer--You will be required to attend the weekly training meet- ings and summer camp with a unit; or you may volunteer for 30 days active duty training during the SUmmer. Your 6 months training Will be delayed until you complete high school. 7. Question: Is the Army the Kara Creek Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ames and family had Thanksgiving dinner at the Kenneth Weaver home in Sun- dance. Others there were Mr. and Mrs. George Strong and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tschetter and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ames, Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Her- bert Buckmiller and Mike, and Mr. and Mrs. Mick Dowdy and Mickie. A wonderful time was had by all. Jack and Comer Chapman took dinner in Gillette with Mrs. Chap- man and Jackie and family. W. A. Ames, Jr. and George Strong called on Ameses Friday. Bill Dillinger and family took in the sale in Gillette Friday. Roads are fearful in this part of the country. SUNNY DIVIDE FARM BUREAU The annual Community Thanks- giving dinner, sponsored by Sunny Divide Farm Bureau, was held at the hall Nov. 20. Fifty-three attended to enjoy a bountiful dinner at 1 o'clock and supper at 6:30 p.m. A short business meeting was held in the afternoon. Since it was necessary to elect a secretary-treas- urer to complete the Board of Officers for 1956, an election was held, with Phillis Habeck being re-elected for the coming year. Commodity chairmen for 1956 were appointed as follows: Legis- lature, Will Oudin, Reuben Hind- man, Penn Smith;Crops and Irriga- ilion - Hal Oudin, Ken Hutchins; Dairy and Livestock - Chesney Rathbun, William Habeck; Reso- lutions - Bernice Chatfield, Naomi Habeck, Richard Snider; REA and RTA - Don Grubb, James Habeck. A committee in charge of dances for the next three months is the Chesney Rathbuns, the James Ha- beck's and Walter Vore. Kenneth Hutchins and Chesney Rathbun will get and set up a Christmas tree for the Christmas program which will be presented by the local schools Friday night, Dec. 23, beginning at 8 p.m. Cora Smith, Florence Hutchins and Opal Oudin will decorate the tree and prepare treats. Santa Claus will he in attendance to deliver gifts and treats for the kiddies• A new projector for this local will be purchased very soon and a movie will feature part of the entertainment for the next meet- ing, which will be Friday night, Dec. 16 at 8 p.m. Advertisement m -t''. From where I sit.../y Joe Marsh Easy Coins A Quick Profit Hear about Easy Roberts last Friday? I helped him count his money-both before and after- so believe me, the story's true. Easy was on the way to the bank to deposit his "cookie jar" savings--exactly $24.95 in nick- els, dimes and quarters. He had them in a paper bag and as we crossed Main Street the bottom fell out. Money went flying. Passers-by pitched in to help recover the coins. Later on when Easy count- ed up, he had $25.05. The "search party" had turned up all of Easy's money plus ten cents someone else had lost! From where I sit, I wouldn't want to try this "Easy" way to make money. Usually, it takes time for a bank roll to grow... just as it takes time for a friend- ship to grow. But by respecting a neighbor's rights-including his right to drink coffee, tea, beer or btrmilk, whichever and when-' ever he chooses-it's wonderful the solid friendship you can build. You can "bank" on that. Cowright, 1955, United States Brewers Foundation Unly service offering this 6 months training plan? AnswernYes. At present; how- ever, service in the army reserve Will be credited toward completion 0f mandatory obligation even another though your active service be withservice. A NNUAL .... . NOTICE OFFINAL FAL L SHOW & SALE / SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter- MONDAY, DECEMBER 5 eSted in the estate of Rubie M. .... hepard, decea: d aakenne:ha I the undersign - f r- "h 105 Head Registered Hereford Bulls id estate will on or oe o e  e I day of December, 1955, file in :an= d Heifers f  - the office of the Clerk of Court of rook County, Wyoming, his final eCount and petition for distribu- .qon of said estate, where anyone 93 Horned 10 Registered terested may examine such ac- COunt and petition and file ohjec- Bulls Hereford lions thereto in writing on or be- Heifers ' tore the 20th day of December, i:rto said estate on thealst day Founda:|on Stock  f December, 1955, or as soon JUDfiES'ufal ,o S. D.; C. L. Buck- ereafter as the matter may be millon, Upton, tf eard. Wyo. Nk .. Dated at Sundanee, Wyoming, this 17th day of November, 1955. James Madden, Harley Ruth, )" David K. Rowand, lie Administrator Sales Manager Auctioneer N Ynolds & Lathrop, Attorneys Henry P. Holzman, Secretary, Courthouse or. 17-24-Dec. 1-8 ' Rapid City, S.D. P b SHOW-10 A.M. SALE-2 P.M. hR. W. P. WILDERMUTIŁ OPTOMETRIST Phone 66 Spem,'liJ Tuesdry. ,Saturday " DR.H. GORDON DORIND AT THE Stu00h Livestock Exchange, Inc. "Black Hills Leading Market" STURGIS, S.D. PHONE 88 or 693 Jim Madden Owners Harley Ruth with Gifts of Sterling A m e rlca's best loved pattern ICTURE "Prelude" on your table.., the concave shafl catching the shimmering play of light with rare beauty. while d;amond-like highlights sparkle from the nosegay flowers at the tip. Here is solid silver designed and exqui- sitely crafted for all your lifetime.., and your children's children. See it soon. You may also choose from patterns by Rogers Gorham Towle Holmes & Edwards B-lue Drug & :Jewelry "Home of Beautiful Gifts" Spearfish, S. D. New Army Reserve Act Explained (Ed. Note: Following are an- SWers to questions most frequently sked of Army Reserve officers by igh school boys during presenta- tion in the high schools of service requirements under the draft and the new reserve forces act of 1955. Other questions and answers will aPPear next week. Additional information on the Army Reserve may he obtained from Capt Paul Sharp at the 4arshall-Wells Stores in Sun- dance.) QUESTIONS: relative to the spe- Cial enlistment plan which per- aits young men 17 to 18˝ to en- list iri the army reserve for 6 years and spend only 6 months on active duty. 1. Question: When may I enlist for this 6 months training pro- gram? AnswernAnytime between the ages of 17 and 161/; even while YOu're still in high school. 2. Question: Will my enlistment !llterfere with high school? Answer--None whatsoever; you raay delay your 6 months active duty training until you graduate, or quit school, or reach the age of 20. You may attend the weekly raeetings with a reserve unit for 2 hours at night, and the 2 weeks SUmmer camp is held in the sum- ler. Your 30 days voluntary ac- !ire duty in lieu of weekly meet- lags and summer camp may be taken during the summer• 3. Question: What is the defer- laent for persons not in high School? Answer--They may delay the 6 aonths training for a period not to exceed 120 days. 4. Question: Does this enlist- nent make me draft exempt? Answer--Yes. So long as you Participate satisfactorily. 5. Question: When does the draft exemption start? Answer--The minute that you Sign your enlistment papers and lake the oath of enlistment. 6. Question: If I enlist while in high school, what kind of partici- Pation is expected of me? Answer--You will be required to attend the weekly training meet- ings and summer camp with a unit; or you may volunteer for 30 days active duty training during the SUmmer. Your 6 months training Will be delayed until you complete high school. 7. Question: Is the Army the Kara Creek Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ames and family had Thanksgiving dinner at the Kenneth Weaver home in Sun- dance. Others there were Mr. and Mrs. George Strong and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tschetter and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ames, Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Her- bert Buckmiller and Mike, and Mr. and Mrs. Mick Dowdy and Mickie. A wonderful time was had by all. Jack and Comer Chapman took dinner in Gillette with Mrs. Chap- man and Jackie and family. W. A. Ames, Jr. and George Strong called on Ameses Friday. Bill Dillinger and family took in the sale in Gillette Friday. Roads are fearful in this part of the country. SUNNY DIVIDE FARM BUREAU The annual Community Thanks- giving dinner, sponsored by Sunny Divide Farm Bureau, was held at the hall Nov. 20. Fifty-three attended to enjoy a bountiful dinner at 1 o'clock and supper at 6:30 p.m. A short business meeting was held in the afternoon. Since it was necessary to elect a secretary-treas- urer to complete the Board of Officers for 1956, an election was held, with Phillis Habeck being re-elected for the coming year. Commodity chairmen for 1956 were appointed as follows: Legis- lature, Will Oudin, Reuben Hind- man, Penn Smith;Crops and Irriga- ilion - Hal Oudin, Ken Hutchins; Dairy and Livestock - Chesney Rathbun, William Habeck; Reso- lutions - Bernice Chatfield, Naomi Habeck, Richard Snider; REA and RTA - Don Grubb, James Habeck. A committee in charge of dances for the next three months is the Chesney Rathbuns, the James Ha- beck's and Walter Vore. Kenneth Hutchins and Chesney Rathbun will get and set up a Christmas tree for the Christmas program which will be presented by the local schools Friday night, Dec. 23, beginning at 8 p.m. Cora Smith, Florence Hutchins and Opal Oudin will decorate the tree and prepare treats. Santa Claus will he in attendance to deliver gifts and treats for the kiddies• A new projector for this local will be purchased very soon and a movie will feature part of the entertainment for the next meet- ing, which will be Friday night, Dec. 16 at 8 p.m. Advertisement m -t''. From where I sit.../y Joe Marsh Easy Coins A Quick Profit Hear about Easy Roberts last Friday? I helped him count his money-both before and after- so believe me, the story's true. Easy was on the way to the bank to deposit his "cookie jar" savings--exactly $24.95 in nick- els, dimes and quarters. He had them in a paper bag and as we crossed Main Street the bottom fell out. Money went flying. Passers-by pitched in to help recover the coins. Later on when Easy count- ed up, he had $25.05. The "search party" had turned up all of Easy's money plus ten cents someone else had lost! From where I sit, I wouldn't want to try this "Easy" way to make money. Usually, it takes time for a bank roll to grow... just as it takes time for a friend- ship to grow. But by respecting a neighbor's rights-including his right to drink coffee, tea, beer or btrmilk, whichever and when-' ever he chooses-it's wonderful the solid friendship you can build. You can "bank" on that. Cowright, 1955, United States Brewers Foundation Unly service offering this 6 months training plan? AnswernYes. At present; how- ever, service in the army reserve Will be credited toward completion 0f mandatory obligation even another though your active service be withservice. A NNUAL .... . NOTICE OFFINAL FAL L SHOW & SALE / SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter- MONDAY, DECEMBER 5 eSted in the estate of Rubie M. .... hepard, decea: d aakenne:ha I the undersign - f r- "h 105 Head Registered Hereford Bulls id estate will on or oe o e  e I day of December, 1955, file in :an= d Heifers f  - the office of the Clerk of Court of rook County, Wyoming, his final eCount and petition for distribu- .qon of said estate, where anyone 93 Horned 10 Registered terested may examine such ac- COunt and petition and file ohjec- Bulls Hereford lions thereto in writing on or be- Heifers ' tore the 20th day of December, i:rto said estate on thealst day Founda:|on Stock  f December, 1955, or as soon JUDfiES'ufal ,o S. D.; C. L. Buck- ereafter as the matter may be millon, Upton, tf eard. Wyo. Nk .. Dated at Sundanee, Wyoming, this 17th day of November, 1955. James Madden, Harley Ruth, )" David K. Rowand, lie Administrator Sales Manager Auctioneer N Ynolds & Lathrop, Attorneys Henry P. Holzman, Secretary, Courthouse or. 17-24-Dec. 1-8 ' Rapid City, S.D. P b SHOW-10 A.M. SALE-2 P.M. hR. W. P. WILDERMUTIŁ OPTOMETRIST Phone 66 Spem,'liJ Tuesdry. ,Saturday " DR.H. GORDON DORIND AT THE Stu00h Livestock Exchange, Inc. "Black Hills Leading Market" STURGIS, S.D. PHONE 88 or 693 Jim Madden Owners Harley Ruth with Gifts of Sterling A m e rlca's best loved pattern ICTURE "Prelude" on your table.., the concave shafl catching the shimmering play of light with rare beauty. while d;amond-like highlights sparkle from the nosegay flowers at the tip. Here is solid silver designed and exqui- sitely crafted for all your lifetime.., and your children's children. See it soon. You may also choose from patterns by Rogers Gorham Towle Holmes & Edwards B-lue Drug & :Jewelry "Home of Beautiful Gifts" Spearfish, S. D.