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wedding mmivermry of Mr. and George Beagle Stmdance Senior Citizens Center. Attending were Swartz and George Beagle were married 7:30 p.m. 1930 in the Johnson County Courthouse in Buffalo, Wyo. Ollis of the Buffalo Congregational Churda officiating. Sheriff Mark Tisdale and Ed Knapp, both of Buffalo. trimmed with white bells and flowers and gold with a gold "50" ornament was cut and served by Mrs. Alan Roberts. Lighted gold tapers and gold, orange and beige cake. The punch was poured by Mrs. Orville Jones, Mrs. Lee Swartz, Sheridan, sister-in-law The Beagle's granddaughters Shelley and Lori Beagle ~neresa MacChalella, all of Rapid City, S.D. registered the received cards and mementos. Their grandsons Todd and Jay Beagle, Rapid City, S.D. served as ushers. provided during the afternoon by Mrs. Core Smith, son Kenny. Hosting the event were sons and daughters and their spouses, Mr. and Mrs. z, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beagle and Mr. and Mrs. Sundance. Happy New Year 1980. The 50th anniversary celebra- tion for George and Margaret Beagle was held at the center Dec. 30 from 2 to 5 p.m. A large crowd of family, neighbors, and friends were in attendance, 165 in all. Refreshments of cake and punchwere served and the after- noon was taken up by visiting, picture taking and music. We all wish them many more anniver- saries. We are gradually getting the holidays laid away for another year, and can get back on sche- dule again. Our director, who went to Missouri for the holidays, should be back soon. Janice Humphrey has substituted for our director while Emma Lou Barnes was away. She did a very good job of managing things. Mr. and Mrs. Alen Vines and children of Ventura, Calif. are visiting his parents and also her parents Mr. and Mrs. Coon Ells- bury and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vines. Genieve George enjoyed a visit with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Williams and Connie, who were returning from Tuscon, Ariz. after a Christmas visit with their daughter, Criss, and Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Rickels of Tuscen. Mrs. Rickels is the former Una Seeley. " Hazel Seeley and her daughter, Darlene Speidel, have returned from Rochester, Minn. Margerite Thompson and Gen- ieve George were dinner guests of Rosyln Schelldorf Dec. 29.. Harold Schelldorf was a recent visitor at the center. Tom and .Honey Hooper re- cently returned Wyrm Hooper to her home following her surgery in Rapid City. A group from the center re- cently had a practice music ses- sion at Sunny Divide. A good time was had by all. Cards are in play Friday Jan. 4 at 7:30 p.m. Regular board meeting will be Jan. 14 at 7:00 p.m. WHAT'S NEW WITH Susan James University Extension Agent,*Once the coal or wood b~ Crook County stove is installed, caution should COAL AND WOOD BURNING still be the order of the day, as STOVES these heating appliances can pos- During these cold wintersibly cause fires or injuries. months, many people have turned Keep the following pointers in to coal and wood burning stoves mind when using your wood or to stave off Jack Frost's wrath in coal burning stove: an effort to keep warm. If you are *Keep a window slightly open considering buying a coal or wood when you use a heatinK stove to burning stove, consider these provide enough oxygen fOr proper points: combustion and to prevent carbon *Look for a stove that has been monoxide poisoning. is held approved by a nationally recog- *Keep flammable materials was installed as honored queen of Bethel 43 in nizecl testing agency, and liquids away from the stove. held Friday evening at the Masonic Hall. She is the *Check with your local building Never use gasoline or other ' of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dudee and is a junior at Sundance inspector or fire department for flammable liquids to start a fire. Marsha Wllley, right, was installed as senior princess requirements for heating stoves *A glowing red stovepipe is Conmdly as junior princess, including information such as dangerous. Never stoke up the immediate past bonored queen, served as installinginstallation regulations, fire so hot that it changes the Allen Edwards acting as master of ceremonies. Other *It is best to have a profession- color of the stovepipe. Cool the were Wanda Hejde, guide; Sandra Neiman, al install your heating stove, but if fire quickly by closing the stove's McLangldin, remader; Wanda Cemsman, musician; you prefer to do it yourself, check damper. If that doesn't cook it Arna" Montgomery, junior custodian; Jackie with your local building cede fast enough, put a few shovelsful and Beth Ale~andar, flag bearer, officials to find out if you need a of cool ashes on top of the burning installed were Judy Durfee, chaplain; ~ Ciiver, permit. Officials must be allowed wood or coal. Hubbard, reeorder; Kelly Tracy, musician; Trade to inspect the stoves for safety h3mm-inn; SheBa Haptoustall, Angle Beaudoin, Lisa after installation, whether you or *Never hang clothes near the Mdtmrtmy and Stad Harbangh, firm through fifth the professional installer does the stove to dry since they catch on respectively; Tammy Dudee, senior custodian; Krlati job. fire. guard; lkenda Griffis, inner guard; and Wendy ondaM. d,j or whowasunable te Castle Rocks located approximately 20 miles he installed at e later date. northwest of Sundance on state anmlc was provided by Bonnie Beaudoin who sang "Each sale set owned land described as Section 16, T.52N., R65W. to Happiness" ceremony was presented. Cheryl The State of Wyoming will offer Full information concerning the served as narrator and'Trista Montomery as angel,for sale at public auction and sell tLmber and the conditions of the were prodded by the honored queen's family, to the highest responsible bidder sale can be obtained by contact- and Barbara Harbaugh served the cake made by Jeanan estimated 198.360 MBF of ponderosa pine timber marked or Kara Club Secret pals sent in. Four members were recognized for having had perfect at- tendance. They were Mildred Landers. Kate Donaldson. Mrs. (}lover and Florence Brunson. The January meeting of the club will be held at the home of Zella Sackett. otherwise designated for curing. The sale is set for 9 a.m. at the front door of the Crook County Courthouse in Sundance on Jan. 22. The sale is offered as one unit and no bids will be accepted for portions of the sale. No bid less than the appraised value of $37.63 per MBF for live saw- timber will be accepted. In addition an estimated volume of 95.65 cords of roundwood and topwood will be sold at a flat rate of $0.50 per cord. This sale is a multi-product sale Club of Mrs. with 10 members roll call with remedies to do when they are dumps. were installed by secret pals were re- new names drawn, for friendship were 5 x 6 Rough Treated Squares ................ $11.50 ea. 12 ft ................. $13.35 ea. ................ $15.75 ea. 16 ft ................. $17.95 ea. I. 16 ft. Rough Treated, ............................ $10.95 ea. 0.16 ft. Rough Treated ............................ $13.39 ea, 2 - 18 ft. Rough Treated ............................ $17.92 ea. ce 48" x 50' - 5 Wire ............................. $29.95 711'6 Primed Rough Sawn Hardboard Siding ......... $10.95 ea. 318 Sheet Rock ................................... $3.48 ea. - 112 Sheet Rock .......................... ......... $3.55 ea. 12 - 112 Sheet Rock .................. , ............... $5.33 ea. "CASH AND CARRY PRICE" !" CD Sheathing Plywood .............. (Blow-Grade) $7.75 ea. (WHILE IT LASTS) Studded Tee Post ............ ............ $2.15 ea. ;Lll2 ga. RedBrand Barbed Wire ....................... $29.80 roll 332Roundup --:-- Belle Fourche. S.D. Fla. ~rz.zo94 David Earl Mitts David Earl Mitts, 86, died Tuesday, Dec. 25 in Central Con- valeseent Home. He was born Oct. 26, 1893, in Talona, Me. At age 12, he moved 'to Sundance. He married Jessie Joyin 1926in Wyoming. In 1946, they moved to West Wapato and farmed there until 1961. They celebrated their 53rd wedding anniversary in November 1979. Survivors include his wife, Jes- sie Mitts of Yakima; one son, Tom Mitts of Yakima; three daughters, Mrs. Maxine Flohr of Selah, Mrs. Jean Landis of Yakima and Mrs. Joann Turner of Tieton; eight grandchildren, four great-grand- children and numerous neices and nephews. One son, Earl Mitts Jr., died in 1956. STUDENT COUNCIL Dee. 5, 1979 The meeting was called to order by President Scott Stuits. A Treasurers Report of $147.28 was given. There was no unfinished busi- ness. New Business: The Student Council will be selling conces- sions at the boys BB game Dec. 8. A committee was chosen to set the sign-up sheet and the food ready. Monta, Scott and Shannon were on this committee. We discussed selling concessions at the movies, but decided not to because no one planned on at- tending. Karen Griffis and Roxy Hook will change the marques. The Student Council is now emptying the garbage can con- raining the pop cans. Jim Bob Bush and Chad Matbews will dump the garbage this week. Scott will ask Mr. Claycomb to talk to the classes about the Bend Issue. Then each class, grades 7-12 will vote on whether or not they would pass it. This will take place on Dec. 11. Scheduling: Executive S.D. meeting Dec. 11, 12:30; Senior Class meeting, Dec. 7, 12:20; 7th Grade bake sale, Dec. 12, 3:15; FHA bake sale, Dec. 13, 3:15. The meeting was adjourned. Tracy Claycomb, Secretary Speed Rudolph W. Smith, Bamberg, SD, $27.00; Jerry L. Shane, Gil- lette, WY, $50.00; Kenneth L. Gunderson, Gillette, WY, $20.00; Paul Eugene Elger, Custer, SD, $19.00; Clayton Dale Fuehrer, Spearfish, SD, $21.00; Miles K. Goehring, Rapid City, SD, $24.00; Datton Norman McKin- ley, Newcastle, WY, $23.00; Jef- fery Bowman, Deadwood, SD, $37.00; Roger Allan Almond, Rawlins, WY, $21.00; Juan Day Garrett, Aladdin, WY, $37.00; Michael Steven HockeR, New- castle, WY, $50.00; Jerald H. Douglas, Rapid City, SD, $11.00; Roger G. Somuson, Belle Fourche, SD, $21.00. No tail lights on aller Gordon Wagner, Gillette, WY, $30.00. Accessory m unlawfully enter ingthe Newcastle District Forest- upon private property m hunt er, Wyoming District Land Office, without permission P.O. Box 639, Newcastle 82701. LeRoy D. Keil, Shoshoni, WY, Telephone 746-4261. $60.00. JANUARY 3, 1980 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 3 Expired Drivers License Too fast for conditions Juan Day Garrett, Aladdin, Douglas Allen Zelmer~ Sun- WY, $30.00. dance, WY, $55.00. There goes our Christmas tree! But those wonderful presents of jewelry, furs, sporting goods, cameras, still remain. Insure them for your protection. Ph. 283-1182 Sundanes Warns. your house your decor. Many wood stoves on the market these days try to put some pizzazz in your decor as they try to take the chill out. With chrome whajits. Ornamental rick-rack. And fancy embossed patterns. Fortunately, we've got a simple afiernative. A Fisher Stove. You see. a Fisher Stove has a number of patented design features that make it unlike any other wood stove. Every Fisher Stove is constructed from heavy plate steel and carefully welded to make it virtually airtight. (So it's ~more fuel efficient.) Each has exclusive spin draft controls tliat let you regulate the amount of heat it puts out. And each has a two-step combustion chamber that actually recirculates wood gases back into the flames for more efficient heating. ~:. Come on in and look into a Fisher for yourself. " You won't be dazzled by a lot of fancy doodads. But'then,. you won't be paying for them, either, An ;,daf A~s'ie~ it wm~umw& ap to. Neiman Sawmill, bu . 1ImPeL8 Pk 1ff/.4f/.intm U=tu w ,au m COW POKES By Ace Reid WE ALL HARD FI R C ! one of our t savmgs plm s we can help you "strike it rich" with our interest rates. I got calves to ship, sheep to shear, a windmifl's broke, NOW OFFERI NG fence to fix in the hack pastllro and you come in here and say good moroingl oney Due in 182 Days - $10.000 Minimum Effective Rate 11.880% through Jan. 9th withdrawal." 'his is an annual rate and subject to change at renewal