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wiman caning the meeting to (:rook COWt Potluck Dinner Event Held order. By Aladdin Homemakers Karen Eixenberger led the 4-H Memorial Hospital A potluck dinner for pledge and Janlfer Wolff theReport Aladdin Homemaker Club mere- flag pledge. Denise Bean eon- bets and their families was held ducted the roll call. Admitted during December at the Judy WANTAD RATES: ............................. 6c Per Word Each Insertion Thank you notes from the A- Jan. 8: Rose Zella Proctor, Brengle home. Attending were DEADLINE: Tuesday noon of Week to be inserted, merican Legion and the Univer- Sundance.Devin Manor, Sun- 24 adults and 25 children. MINIMUM CASH Insertion ....................................................... 50 sity of Wyoming were read' by dance. Following dinner, court whist MINIMUM CHARGE Insertion ........................................................ $1.00 Denise Bean. Tammy Kirksey Jan. 9: Alvena Bray, Sun- was played with Lloyd Viergutz CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per Column Inch ....................................... =._.$1.40gave the safety committee report dance. Paul Mayors, Sundance. and Ruby Hutchinson high and CARD OF THANKS ............................................................................... $2.00 on checking the water in all Col- Rosemary Mitich, Newcastle. Ed Helmer and Patsy Bunney any houses. Jan. 11: Betty Montgomery, low. BLACKFACE READERS Per Line ............................................ 35c Suzie Reando volunteered to Sundance. Toni Cooper, Upton. During January, the club held NOTE: WANTADS not ordered to be published In consecutive is- give a demonstration on safety Donna Brimmer, Hulett. an all-day meeting to fill out sues of The Sundance Times must be reordered for each while Karen Flasted gave an ex- Jan. 12: Claire Tracy, Sun- reports. The club's regular meet- subsequent insertion, ample of a box social. It was aug- dance. Grayce Shelton, Sun- ing was held in the afternoon. geared that the Colony Coyotes dance. Cindy Duca, Sundance.Club members filled out meeting and the Colony Club hold a box Marie Hewes, Sundance. places for the year and scheduled FOR SALE social jointly. Jan. 13: Judy Cole, Sundance. card parties for Jan. 27, Feb. A talk on harmful drugs and Jan. 14: Mildred Stoltz, Beulah. 10 and Feb. 24. FOR SALE: 1072' Self-contained I, ..... [ how to keep a house safe was Dismissed ' Legislative acts were read and 1970 pickupcamper. Ph. I Pranch|sed Oealers I given by Joni Kirksey. David Jan. 8: Cory Jansen, Sundance. it was suggested the club write 283-2465. 4tfn.| ]'T- h,t re IIEixenberger then gave a demon- Jan. 9: Marcy Baumgartuer,state legislators with their own FOR SALE: New electricTap- I nr muy =-,mu I stration on the parts of a camera. Sundance. Following the meeting, TammyJan. 10: Tara Baker, Sundance. ideas. Following the meeting, hostess pan 30 in. stove with bronze ..... ......... _J___[ Kirksey and Suzie Reando ham- Marylou Ulrich, Sundance. Ruby Hutchinson served dessert. charcoal fan. Kelvinator re- ] ~enrel~cwru.cTI.Oo.rsan.Qers, | ed and explained the games Jan. 11: InezRawles, Sundance. while Tammy and Joni KirkseyWilliam Waiters, Stmdance. Rose frigerator,len Larive, justBeulah,like Wyo.new" El-l.3 IJ edgers, and* * *polishers here. jJprovided refreshments. Zella Proctor, Sundance. Sundance Rebekah Lodge I I Holds Regular Meeting FOUR"ST'ACKS"top qual W'-2nd I WeBer, Seller Trade Guns [ Noble Grand Wilbur Dillavou cutting alfalfa, 10.18 tOll, "- _ , Getting,beTimes;., Sundance Gas Taxi~~-~al'~'l-w*- presided durin the regular meet- Lovelock, Nev. Gasoline tax money, based onmade to serve the luncheon for FOR THE BEST in horse and | ...... [ Vincent Maagione, Hulett sales made last October, have the Women's Institute March 6. K.B.H.M. Radio, Sturgis, S.D. been distributed by the State of stock trailers -- Buy Haynes. | 714 Main 642-3351 [ Mrs. John Petersen reported For rnom information, callI Sma #ld . S. D_ I Renewals Wyoming to cities, towns andon the progress of the United Jack Barkley at 682-3096 or -r ............ ) Leota M. Land, Tampa, Fla. counties. Nations Pilgrimage contest. An- write Box 87, Gillette, Wyo- SHARP TOOLS save time and Nets O. Pearson, Belie Fourehe From the distribution, Sun- other report on the eye bank ruing 82716. Trailers on dis. money Saw flline, all kinds Helen Harms, Clearfield, Utah dance received $1,498.75. Other committee was given by Mrs. play at the Barkley Hereford We' a o rmmlr S~)~I] e a cai John A. Schaub, Spearfish, S.D. Crook county figures were Moor- Ulric Hawken. --r--- V, L. Tremble, Casper croft - $541.68; Hulett - $458.46;. In other business, Mrs. Ben R.m~ el...., even miles southw~t appliances. Wilbur Dlllavou, Boyd's Super Market, Sheridan and Crook county - $1,310.09. Sager was appointed as a, r.epre- or umette. ,. 2-5 Box 146, Ph. 283.1794. 46 tfnHarold Wells, Jr., Gillette Other tax distribution figures sentative on the eye bank om- Russell E. French, Oelrichs, S.D. for this area were: mittee succeeding Mrs. Bill. Sell DON'T MERELY brighten car- ne-,q. Mrs. Clara Grubb, Sundance Campbell county - $651.70; who served last year. pets - Blue Lustre them - no Kg / Gale McGee, Washington, D.C.Weston county- $266.84; Gillette- A gift was presented to Mrs. rapid resoiling,. Rent shampoo- FOR RENT: 2.bedroom furnish-Campbell County Memorial $8,035.38; Newcastle - $2,508.35; Wilbur DiIlavou to her officers er $1. Boyd's Super Market, ed '- .... r,. ..... 2 3* Hospital, Gillette and Upton - $1,089.29. who served last year. Sundance. It uuu . ru. ,eo-o uL. " A.J. Altizer, Cheyenne Lunch was served by Mr. and Miss Blanche Kelly, Sundance Mrs. Dillavou following the meet- FOR StkL'-E--W"edgewoo " ectric ....... MaC .ri.' Roland, Auahdm, Hulett Rebekah Ledge ing. dryer - $25. Call 283-1693 after 1NAN I Installs New Officers 5 p.m. It Mable E. Fowler, ashore New officers were installed dur- ._ WANTED: 50-110 heifers or see- Kenneth Dudrey, Sundance ing the regular meeting of the Moorcroft Sailor Now FOR.S E: Like new 8irl's bi- one or third calf cows. State Ezra Terry, Belle Fourche Hulett Rebekah Lodge Jan. 8.Stationed at Guam cycle; woman's snowmobile quality age, size, price. Write Roger Kyar, Sundance" Attending the meeting were 23 suit, medium size. Mrs. Ames Box 26, Brookings, S. D. 57006. Francis Hejde, Sundance members. Navy Seaman Stephen M. No.r- Ewing, Ph. 283.1447. 3-4 Call 693-4174. 2-4 Walter Taylor, Rapid City Officers were installed by Dist- man has reported for duty at the Buster Griffin, Sundance rict Deputy President Ione Hau- Naval Communication Station on FOR S'AI E.' )-ba es'-of"mixed .... Ted Orr, Jr, Sundance bar and her team. Guam. sweet clover - wild hay dry RANCH WORK - or any kind of Bob Crorm, Sundance New officers are Mary Brim- He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. and bright, 37-40 lb. wt. at 50 work wanted. Call Renald Ew-Rebecca Davis, Mankato, Minn. mar, Noble Grand; Jeanette David L. Norman, Moot'croft. Dan Neiman, Hulett Storm, vice grand; Florence sevena bale.milesl milewest northof Sundance.f 1-90, ing at 283-1447. 3-4 Caroline Ellinghausen, Sundance Bmmey, junior Past Noble No noxious weeds. Good cow Floyd G. Mewhirter, Upton Grand; Myrtle Rathbun, record- bay. Ikme Williamsen. Itnc Sam Hook, Nisland, S.D. ing secretary; Margaret Davis, FOR S-AI --7" 6 ep--wheels Andrew Clark, Sundance financial secretary; Mamie Sted- Roy Huseby, Hulett dard, treasurer; Patricia See- and tires - from to $15 ca. Dell B. Evans, Oehoto boda, warden; Patricia Brim- CampusTheatre W. Jackson and3rd' Spearfish , Tel. 642-4212 County Students Wed. through Tues. Cov lete line used Jeep pick- Jay J. Bush, Lengview, Wash. mar, conductor; Kathy Svoboda,. up parts. Chrysler preditct 14' Stockton, Longview, chaplain; Tamsin Jay, inside wheels. One pr. 8.50 x 14 Pen- guardian; Beth Watts, outside. tiac wheels and traction tires. Tommy Seeley, Sundance guardian; Ione Hauber, music- 12 volt car radio. 1967 Ply- UW Honor Roll Jan; Mable Fow , R. S. V. mouth 1961 Chevrolet Nick Cohere, Hudson, Wise. Helen Shaw, L. S. V. G.; and Beulah Vupat, Spearfish Hattie Spangler, Rebekah color- p 'ts2 .Bill's Auto Repair, P lt Several Crook county students Oscar l.,ak , Belle Fourche bearer. at the University of Wyoming H.G. Hauber, Alzada, Mont. Florence Bunney was present- have been named to the Dean's Leroy Lull, Ymna, Ariz. ed with the Past Noble Grand's honor roll following the close of Mrs. Creta Lincoln, Sundance certificate and pin and a gift MISCELLANEOUS the fall semester. Maurice Hauber, Devils Tower from the lodge. To be eligible for the honor Mrs. Orville Jones, CarlileThe charter was draped for THE BEST of All Kinds of Insur- roll, a freshman student must Lionel Asher, Sundance James R. Frecnh, Soverign ance, bonds. L. O. Tracy, Sun- have carried a minimum of 15 Jack Lantz, Sundance Grand Master, IOOF, who was dance, lffn semester hours with a grade av- Charles E. Pollard, Moorcroft from Wyoming and for Margaret Shows: 7 & 9 Goldle Hawn idward AIEmrt erage of 3.2S or better, while SEE BILL Thompson, Thompson undergraduates above freshman Lock and Key Service, 627 5th standing had to have a grade av- Ave., Spearfish. 37finerage of 3.40 or better. --'- County students from the var- ious colleges listed on the honor roll were: College of Agriculture - Mark Alan Semlek, Moorcroft; Bruce SPEARFISH PHARMACY "Your Family Health Center" Fast reliable mall order service, we pay the postqle. Allen Connally, Sundance. College of Arts and Sciences - Jill Corinne Bush and Connie Jo Neiman, Hulett; Marc H. Lynn, Moorcroft; Jean Marie Paterson and Sandra Meyer Policky, Sun- dance. College of Commerce and In- Patsy Brown, ashore Thorn, who died recently after a Jack S. Proctor, Mills long illness . Reports were given on the toy demonstration at Christmas and This Is the season for dry hair. on the installation team from the To combat this problem, please Hulett lodge which went to Sun- book for an extra V2 hour for a dance Jan. S to install the Re- hot oll treatment Wlpo 7 faY- bekah officers during a joint cer- ortte operator. Puff emony with the Odd Fellows. Salon, 283-1166. The lodge announced that the January Meeting Held By Range Riders 4-H Club Regular meeting of the Range Riders 4-H Club was held Jan. silver marches for January will go to the March of Dimes. Letters were also read from distant members, a Bible verse was given, new yearbooks were distributed and a lunch was serv- ed during the social hour. 7 at the home of Kevin and Da- dustry - Peggy Sue Dillon, Sun- nice Evans with president Mary Ph. 642-2442 dance. College of Education - Cynthia Hauber presiding. Danice Evans Spearfish, S.D. K. Bernd, Sundance. led the 4-H pledge and Lorie Mot'- Farmers Union Members College of Engineering- Frank ris the flag pledge. Hold Supper Meeting ANNOUNCEMENefS - authorized S. Lauters, Moorcroft; Robert The club is selling raffle tick- A supper meeting of the Crook- warranty service on Zenith, L. Cranston, Upton and Moor-eta on a quarter of beef to help Weston Farmers Union was held Motorola, Hitachi color and B/ croft, raise money for the 4-H council at 1-90 Texaco Cafe here Satur- W television. HARL'S TV Re- College of Health Sciences- Re- Recent changes in 4-H stories day evening. pair, 610 Sth St., 283-2115 after becca Ann Gossman, ashore, were discussed as was the pea- Receiving awards at the meet- sibility of having a gun safety hag were Kathy O'Haver, 3rd 6 p.m. $0tfn course. Record books were also year, senior youth program; Bob distributed to club members. Smith, 2nd year, senior youth Folio.wing refreshments, some program and Melissa Smith, members braved the weather and 5th year, junior youth program. went skating. Mrs. Paul Smith received a NOTICE: The Federal Land Bank ( .oleny Coyotes 4-H Club Association Manager or Field- Holds Monthly Meeting man will be at the Security Trust and Title Co. office from Regular meeting of the mem- 9 a.m. until noon, the second bars of the Colony Coyotes 4-H and .fourth Tuesdays of every Club was held at the Colony Com- month, fin.munity Hall with president Senia THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo Jan. 18, 1973 two-year pin as youth program leader. Next meeting of the group will be held June 2 at the care. "BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE" Rated PO 5th&W. Jackson Speadish Ph. 642-3702 Wed. through Sat. Shows: 7 & 9 Sun..Mon.,Tues. Shows: 7 & 9