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   Pinedale Roundup, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1955, Pinedale, Wyoming                                STATE HIS10HIAW PINEDALE WEATHER Published Farther From a Railroad Than Any Other Newspaper In the United States March 17 March 18 March 19 March 2U March 21 March 22 Mar, h 'J3 Precipitation Max. 35 35 t" -7 -4 4 23 VOLUME 51. NO. 19 PINEDALE, SUBLETTE COUNTY. WYOMING. THURSDAY. MARCH 24. 1955. lOc A COPY A YEAH Ira Russell Named Superintendent Of Pinedale Schools Ira J. Russell, superintend- ent of schools at Reliance, Wyo., for the past nine years, was named superintendent of the Pinedale schools starting next June, it was announced today by Morton Spcnce, president of the board of trustees of School Dis- trict No. 1. Mr. and Mrs Russell plan to move to Pinedale soon after the close of the present school year. He has been in the school sys- tem of Sweet'.vater county Dis- trict No. 7 for 13 years, serving first at Winton as principal and teacher. He moved to the Reli- ance school as high school prin- cipal in 1944, and in 1940 was appointed superintendent. His teaching experience in- cludes rural schools at St John solidated school at'Radium. Kan., where he was high school prin- cipal and coach Mr. Russel attended the Uni- versity of Kansas at Ottawa, re- ceived his bachelor of arts degree at the University of Wyoming in 1938, and in 1942 earned his mas- ter's degree in administration at the University of Wyoming. He is a member of the Wyo- ming Education association, the National Education association, and thd Wyoming School Admin- istrators association. Finis Mitchell To Speak For Upper Colorado Plan and development plan will be day evening by a man who ki Regional Civil Defense Official Conducts Course On Refugee Registration Howard F Feast, public welfare adviser of the Denver Regions'. Defense administration of fice. will conduct ,1 training course on registration and 'nformation procedures to bo used in the event of an emerges! cy which would require evacua- tion of largo numbers of p--: -on- to this area. The course w.ll be held in Rock Springs next Mon- day, March 28 from 8 a m to 12'n-jon Madge M Funk. Sublette coun- ts of emergency welfare brought to Pinedule TUPS :ows from first-hand experience the terrain which would be affected bv th" "rsui Echo Park dai-. ...th-sn Colo The emi.ssarx tn P.nnl.iU on behalf of the C'olorado Kiv- er commission'- Aqua'ante- com- mittee is Fim- Mikhell "f Hock SpnnKs, an ardent sport-'v.-in nnd outdoor who took it hike alone into the forbidding t-rntory of the Dinosaur Nation- al Monument last He will -how colored slide of the area near the confhk-me of the Ynmpa and drcen Rr.oi.s rind poii.i out how the proposed would enhance rathe; than des- troy the recreational opportuni- ties of the desert land The Pincdalc Lion-' cluh, which KounOup Photo SUPERVISED FARMING AWARDS, carved leather plaques naming the field in which they worked, were presented to the boys shown above al the annual banquet of the Pinedale chapter of Future Farmers of America. The winners of first place in each division are, I. to r., Clark, dairy; Charles Raper. poultry; Loren Martin, sheep and native hay: Ray Wardoll. farm a.echanics; Ronald Worl. breeding horses, and Kenneth Shriver, breeding beef. Farm Bureau Holds Policy Discussion Discussions of vital issues to agriculture and explana- tions of Farm Bureau policy regarding them came in a meet- ing Monday evening of the Boulder Local Farm Bureau held at the Buster Martin home. Reiterating Farm Bureau's con- sistpnt fitanH againgt mandatory FFA Boys Leave For State Conclave in Cody Members of the Pinedale high school chapter of the Future Farmers of America left for Cody Wednesday, where they will at- tend the state FFA convention to be held there March 24, 25 and 26. They plan to return home Sun- day. The boys making the trip 'are Henry Werner, Charles Raper, Fred Boyce, Kenneth Shriver, Don Shriver, Steve Roberts, Lor- en Martin, Elmer Williams and Ronald Schooley. The chapter ad- viser, Hershel Eggerman, accom- panied them. Boulder Homemakers' Kit Carson Says He's A Satisfied Customer Powerful proof of the power of the Roundup classified ads was demonstrated last week to D. C. "Kit" Canon. "Kit" placed an ad in the last isiue oi the Roundup io sell a bouse on Magnolia street belonging to his son. Jack Cai- son. He reports that before noon Friday he had the house sold, and upon returning to work, there WAS another prospect waiting io see him. Later, he had a telephone call inquiring about the house. Which all goes to prove that "It pays to advertise in the Annual Banquet Fetes FFA Parents Pinedale businessmen and par- ents of the members of Future Farmers of America were hon- ored Friday at the sixth annual FFA banquet held at the high school gymnasium. Following the dinner, prepared by the Pinedale Homemakers ciub and served by the school's FHA chapter. The incoming pres- ident, Kenneth Shriver, opened the meeting with a greeting to the chapter's guests His father. Fred Shriver, responded. Fred Boyce gave the address for Civil Defence Mr- Pete Freese. supervisor of reo-- tiati'jn and information for Sub- lette county, and Darro! Flurk: tier, assistant .11 e plann.ns to attend the couise Cul Stanley di-puf. dnec of Civil Defense for Wyo- ming, told Mrs Funk that Mi Fen.--t will present uniform ma- tcnal and procedure.- which will be used throughout the United States in the event of an enemy attack Representatives from Sub- lette. Carbon. Lincoln. Sweetwa- ter. Teton and Uinta counties will attend the Rock Spring session. Funk will lemain for the district Welfare meeting Monday afternoon and evening, and the Mental Health meeting the fol- lowing day. Subject to be dis- cussed by Dr. Don Herrold. psy- chiatrist for the state Health and Welfare departments is "Broken Homes voted in Dicet: Aqualame- pi -onng the Mitchell hen be held next in. at the Co: public is attend Mr. Milch.! Hun all photograph: sible lounti i "ling over Eclv. Park pi. behalf of the velopment pin the AqualanU- ;iber t" "jpport the co-spon- poeayanc-" of Mr The rreetns: will Tuesdav at 8.00 p l.jll The and urged to ha.-, ii'iogni- Wvom ng foi his f'vild and macees- He b.n b -en trav- !i" -'..i'' with his i lures, lecturing in Colorado River de- n under auspices of committee Library Receives Gift From Homemakers Club Past Matrons Meet At Home of Mrs. McReynolds Mrs Pete McReynolds and Mrs. L. C. Nelson were co-hostesses Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs! McReynolds to the Past Matrons club. Mrs. C. C. Feltner told members of her recent trip to California, and Mrs. Harley Mocroft gave an account of a snowplane trip into Yellowstone IliUluiim Ctflo rriefhlieis Voted contribu- tions to the Red Cross and Crip- pled Children's funds. A St. Patrick's Day was won by Mrs R. E Clark, and a going- mvny gift iva? presented to Mrs Harmon Shannon, who left last week on a trip to the west coast Kouiteen irembeis weie pres- ent at the nveting Next meeting of tile nmui; will be ,it the iini'ie of Mi- Keltnev BARLOWS RETURN AFTER 60-DAY LEGISLATIVE TOUR Mr and Mi- Barlow and John Peiiy lelmiu'd to the Bai Cro-- ranch at Cora da> nf last wetk alter having been a-.-.a> foi two months >n government chott M: Barlow w.i v. n e pre.sident of the Senate in the 33rd ining Legislating, and left im- mediately after the session to go to Washington D C where he represented Wvoming in testi- mony before the Senat< Interior and Insular Affairs committee in behalf of the Upper Colorado development plan. Mrs Barlow and John -ta-.'ed in Chevenne uhile Mr Barlow went to the nation'- c.ip.- tal PAUL COUGHLIN WILL READ DEVIL'S DISCIPLE' Thur-day. March 31 at 8 p m Paul Coughliii :i.id The D.-c-ple" In Ber- i Shaw Th  :i-d at the Corrmunnv i voi i u. elf ont. The I- .1 in'-iodi .1" w 'h -ettir.u :h t'r-'.t i! 'M Ill-h i. ,-tn Iri-h ilramiitist. critic, essayist and locturoi. and one of the most eelebiated and most discussed ai.-thois of the last decade of the I'Mh 'century and the first three 01 ade- of tins centui SENIOR CLASS PLANS BAKE SALE SATURDAY Member- of the -rn ila-- of Pint dale high school u.il a Kiki -ale Manh at F.i'ti- Grocery starting at 10 .1 n- PiO'-ecds gn iiiM the thr '--r1 nnd Don Noble Returns to School After Spring Vacation After a week of -pring vaca linn at the Don Jewell ranch. Cadet Donald R Noble returned Sunday to Sahna. Kan where he attends St John's Military -choo! Cadet Noble the rank nf -ergennt at the .-ihool and expects to gradi.ati from St John's in fixed price the' ifroup urged its members to write Wyo- ming Congressman Keith Thom- son opposing H. R. 12, which' would reestablish mandatory 90 per cent price supports on basic commodities and 80 per cent of parity supports on dairy products. The local Farm Bureau also set its voice against the referen- dum in 1955 on a multiple-price certificate plan on wheat. Other topics of national interest on which Farm Bureau policy was explained included recipro- cal trade, federal gasoline tax. trip leasing and selective service. Farm Bureau supports the ex- of the Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act (H. R. 1) for the following reasons: (1) to promote national security by trading; (2) to expand markets abroad while we expand markets at home; (3) to help reduce such extensive foreign aid prbgrams; (4) to move surplus agricultural products in- to foreign markets; (5) to use reductions, of U. S tariffs where they are above 25 per cent ad valorem as a means to secure reciprocal concessions from other countries. The BouldSr Farm Bureau em- phasized again to its members that the united voice of agricul- ture expressing itself in mulated "letters' Congress, can act as a careful steward of the freedom of the American farmer and rancher. Minstrel Show Ready Green River Lake and old Square Top mountain provide background scenery and the name for the Green River Minstrel players who will perform Satur- day evening. March 26, and Fri- day and Saturday, April 1 and 2 at the Boulder school gymnasium. The show is sponsored by the Boulder Homemakers club. Dr. John Holt, director of the min- 'strel show being presented by local talent of the Boulder com- munity, also painted the scenery for the show. He will have the part of the interlocutor in the show. Madge Funk accompany the chorus and specialty act.-, which will include a "crazy po- em" by Ethel Anderson, songs hy End Men Jack Wemard and George Ditton, a Hawaiian dance by Ethel Anderson, Sadie Dexter and Jean Covey, and tap dancing by Jet.i Covey. Others who will take part are Maxine Mathisen, Anne Barger. Thelma Steele, Dennis Mitchell, Charlie Pennock, Ralph Vrana and Earl Steele. JOHN CROWLIE WILL REVIEW BOOK FRIDAY John Crowlie will review "The Day Lincoln Was Shot" by Jim Bishop, Friday, March 25, at 8 p. m. at the Community Library. Everyone is invited and coffee will be served. "Here, in all its powerful detail is the timetable of national trag- exciting hour-by-hour story of the dramatic events which occurred in Washington from 7 a." m., ApflF 1'4, 7 a. m, April 15, 1865, the final day of Abraham Lincoln's said Mrs. John Mackey, chairman of the library board, in announc- ing the review. 'Mrs. Bert Rolh Honored During Visit Here Mrs. Bert Roth of Eagle Grove, Iowa, is in Pinedale visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Harrower. A coffee was held in her honor last Fri- day morning at her parents' home. Mrs. Roth timed her visit to coincide with spring vacation for her brothers Bob, a student at the University of Wyoming, and Jim, a student at the University of Oregon. PYF Sets 'Hobot Hop' Costume Party Friday Prizes _wiH be offered for the test hobo outfits Friday night at the "Hobo Hop" to be held Fri- day evening, 9 to 12, under spon- sorship of the Pinedale Youth Fellowship. The party will be held at the Community Hall. Proceeds from the dance will be used to help pay for a sound system for the organization A midnight snack will be served. Tickets are 50 cents a person or 75 cents a couple. Birthday Tea Honors Mmes. Jewett, Miller The ranch home of Mrs. Donald Jewett was the scene Saturday, March 19, of- a 'birthday tea in honor of Mrs. Lora Jewett and Mrs. Robert Miller. Co-hostesses with Mrs. Jewett were Mrs. Rob- ert Noble, Mrs. Dean Jewett and Miss Sally Noble. They were as- sisted by Miss Betty Budd and Miss Sandra O'Neil. The honored ladies presided at the tea table, which was centered with spring flowers and tapers. Each, wore an orchid corsage, gifts of the hostesses. The many gifts received by Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Jewett were displayed on a gift table. The afternoon's entertainment, prepared by Madge Funk, in- cluded games and a radio skit. Door prizes were won by Mrs. Ross Meeks and Mrs. Charles Bayer. About 50 guests were present Ted Koskella New Fremont Ranger Theodore W. Koskella is the new ranger on the Fremont Ranger district, with headquar- ters in Pinedale. it was announced this week by J L. Sevy. super- visor of the Bndper National Forest. Mr Ko-kella fills the vacancy that was created by the transfer and promotion of David M. Gau- fin to the Teton National Forest a- assistant supervisor. The new ranger was graduated from Oregon State college in 1949 with a B.S. degree in forestry. He transfers here from the Big Creek Ranger district on the Pay- ette National Forest in Idaho, where he has been ranger since 1950. He worked as a Forest Guard on the Payette during the summers from 1938 to 1950, ex- cept for service in the U S Navy from 1941 to 1947. Mr. and Mrs. Koskella will move their family of four boys and one girl to Pinedale before the end of March. Pinedale FHA Girls Attend State Meet Four members of the Pinedale high school chapter of Future Homemakers of America are at- tending the llth annual meeting of the Wvonrng Association of the FHA March 24 and 25 on the University of Wyoming campus in Laramie. "Are You a Leader for Better is the theme of the meeting. Lola Jensen and Ena Blackmon are the official delegates of the Pinedale high school chapter Other members attending are Joyce Barger and Donna Hecox They are accompanied by their adviser. Mrs John Gutz. and Mrs Carroll Jensen, who is fur- nishing transportation The program begins Thursday evening with a talent show and Kct-acquainted party The girls will hear Mrs .-rr..-. J Hitchcock, head of the depart- ment of home economics at the University of Wyoming; Miss Velma Linford, state superintend- ent of public instruction, and Miss Margaret Peterson, Casper, assis- tant director of Wyoming Civil Defense agency The Wyoming association has 53 chapters and a total member- ship of high school home- mnkmg girls activities of the chapter during the past year. The chapter conferred honor- ary membership on two adults, their adviser, Mr. Eggerman, and Robert W. Martin Mr. Eggerman made the fol- lowing awards- Breeding Shri- ver, first; Joe Smith, second: Ray Wardell and Steve Roberts, tied for third. Charle.- Raper, first Breeding Wqrl, first, Kent Smith, second. Native Martin, fir-t; Ronald Worl, Kenneth Shriver Breeding Martin, first: Steve Roberts. Rover Clark Clark, first; Ed- die Alexander, Dennis Hittle. Farm Alder- man. Ray Wardell. Joe Smith. F.lmer Williams The chapter sweetheart, Miss Joyce Barger, was presented a jacket by the president, Dennis ilittle Steve Roberts was named Chap- ter Farmer. Winner of the soil and water Conservation award was Loren Martin. Other Nation- al Foundation awards were made to Eddie Alexander, dairy; Elmer Williams, farm mechanics, and Fred Boyce, public speaking. Keneth ,Shriver. and .Henri- Werner received jackets for per- fect attendance at meetings, and Qucntm Skinner received a jack- et as the outstanding freshman mt-n-her New officers were installed as follows: Kenneth Shriver. presi- dent. Bill Bloom, vice piesident. Fred Boyce secretary: Steve Rubi-its, reportei. Alvin Shaul. treasurer and sentinel Charles Raper was appointed parliamen- tarian Ranch and Home Forum Set In Big Piney Next Tuesday Next Tuesday. March 29. is the date of the Sublette County Rancher-Homemaker Forum to be held at the Community hall in Big Pincy starting at 10 a. m. Sponsored cooperatively by the county Extension service and the University of Wyoming, the forum will feature displays on various phases of ranching and homemalung, and informal talks by six experts on >ub- Jecti ranging from poultry and inseci post control to human nutrition and home manage- ment. A pot luck lunch will be served at noon with the co- operation of the Sublotie Coun- ty Farm Bureau. board meeting held Monday. Mrs. Carl Worl. treasurer, re- ported that the 2-Bettpr-U Home- makers club of Pinedale had sent the hbrar. a check for Other recent donations elude a gift by Charles Bayer, a complete new set of card file cases by Mis Mane Mever. and two boxes of books from the Rock SpnnR; library which brought to Pinedah' by M: and Mrs Jack Kerback New -helve- were purchased, built and in- stalled bv Mr nnd Mrs .James Jorgei.sen Zleglers furnished the lumber at cost and donated a gallon of varnish, and Hany Lovatt ripped the boards A new selection of books m eluding wc.stcins. fict.on public aftaiis. children's and several more horse stones was ordered and should be on the shelves in about three weeks. PINEDALE OES MEMBERS ATTEND BIG PINEY MEETING Several members of the Pine- dale chapter of the Order of F.astern Star to Big Tuesday evening of last week to join members of the Big Pincy chapter for friendship night dm ner and meeting Those uho made the trip from Pineda IP included Connne Car- son. Angelme Feltnei. IXMS Coop- er. Kachel Joruen-en. Maijone Kaul. Marv NelsoM. Lora Jewett. Peucv Papi I'ramcs Claik. DOMH.IV Ht lone MrRevnolds and Margaret Mocrof! Anniversary Dinner Fetes Mr. end Mrs. Norman Barlow Mi nr.d Mr< Norman Hnrlrv.v were honored on their weddinu anniversary Saturday, March 19. with a dinner at the Bar Cross ranch. Mr. and Mrs. John Kvenild and Mr and Mrs Robt rt Wilson were ABC Bridge Club Meets With Mrs. Haqenstein Marjone Hauenstr.n was last Thursdav afternoon to niembei- of the ABC Ri idge i !i.h ,1 dcs-.'it Uir.chemi at the edal" Inn !'ri7cs fot the .iftor- i-. .11 "s i -trH yir'e- wore awarded Mr- WillMi: Mi li. I it I'.aiiimi i -.nnd. Mi- K K lark. IOA .ind Mis 1. W 1 -i hiijh cue-t Mrs. William Bayer- Hostess To Country Bridge Club Country Bridge club met at the William Bayer home Tuesday (iuest prizes were won by Mrs August Toro. Mrs Marie Meyer and Mrs Warren Capellen Club prices went to Mrs Charles Bayer and Mrs John Bloom Mrs Fred Shriver won the novelty   

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