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January 18, 1973

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~il:< i~ Frisbee homes. They attended the New Years Eve dance in Hul- ett. Mr. and Mrs. Art Hauber host- ed a New Year's dinner for the Harley Rathbun family, the Gladys Clark family, Enid Fris- bee and Ralph Copple. We extend sympathy to the family of Margaret Thorn who passed away recently in Minne- sota. Ray Stoddard passed away Jan. 6 in the Spearfish hospital. tie will be missed in the com- munity. Our sympathy goes to the family. Warren Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Cundy and boys were guests of Enid Frisbees for Christmas dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Butzke are the parents of a new baby daugh- ter bern in the Bennett Clarkson hospital in Rapid City. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spangler are the ma- ternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. John Tracy of tIulett have a new baby son. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wolfskill are the maternal grandparents. Married in a civil ceremony in Boulder, Mont. Dec. 20 were Sandra K. McCullough, Moorcroft, and Russel Powers, Helena, Mont. The bride, a 1968 graduate of Moorcroft High School and a recent graduate of C~rroll College, Helena, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McCullough, Moorcroft. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Powers, Everett, Wash. Powers is employed by Goodfellow, Inc. The couple cur- renfly live in Clancy, Mont. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Smldance, Wyo Jan. 18, 1973 On Any MyRanc Meritt Barton Mrs. G. Blakeman Jan. 1S Mrs. Henry Saari has been helping out with the cooking .at the Keyhole Care this past weelc. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saari were supper guests of Edith Simons on Friday Our weather is a balmy 48 this morning and the snow is most all gone. Somewhat different than last week at this time with below zero temperatures. Visitors of Mrs. Frank Tauck this past week were Vie Cour- chaine, Margaret Blakeman, AI- Congratulations to Mr. and ice Nonnast, Mr. and Mrs. Leon- Mrs. John B. Johnston of Alzada, ard Wales, Hilma Saari, Alice Montana, who celebrated their Nonnast, Mary Tauck and friend 60th wedding anniversary on from Belle Fourche. Christmas day at the home of Rev. Starburg of Belle Fonrche their grandson and wife, Mr. and held church services at the Tauck Mrs. Vevle Pierce. home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Cundy and Mr. and Mrs. John Blakeman were dinner guests of the O. A. boys, Ralph Copple and Mrs. Lipes on Friday. Enid Frisbee spent Christmas Frances Strong and Geneiveve Eve at the Gladys Clark home. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Ctmdy and family flew to Phoenix, Arizona for the New Years 'weekend, where they visited Walt's aunt and uncle. They enjoyed desert trips in the South. Mr. and Mrs. Harry FHsbee and family of Colorado Springs spent part of the holidays visiting in the Glen Conzelman and Enid Larson were visitors of Margar- et Blakeman on Wednesday af- ternoon. Mrs. W. H. Blakeman spent Saturday and Sunday visiting the Frank Blakernan family in Sum dance. The Gerald Blakemans spent the weekend visiting the Roger Blakeman family near Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blake nan and J. D. of Sheridan, Mr. and 30-In. Voyager, 488 20-INCH '70 Polaris Sm Tore Snow Bh GOOD USED SADDLE EXCELLENT Ph. 28,1-1065 Petermn, Manager , ndlnm Mrs. Bill Blakeman of Powell TIlE SUNDANCE TIMES were Sunday visitors. Sundane.e, Wyo Jan. 18, 1973 CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to everyone who helped in so many ways during the loss of our father, grandfather and brother. Our thanks for the food, the help in feeding stock, the flowers and the cards. A special thanks to the But- tons and Bows Homemakers Club for the dinner and all who help- ed with it, and to Rev. Axmann for his help and understanding. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stoddard and family Mr. and Mrs. Richard Glavin and family Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hauber and family. COW POKES By Ace Reid "~ " " " "i .... II Inlllll mu "No, Paw, I a;n' burn;ng your dinner, I'm ;ronlng end onJy scorcJ in' your shirtl" DON'T KEEP YOUR "HOMEMAKER" IN THE DARK ABOUT THE FAMILY BUDGET! A checking account for family finances will keep the budget controlled. And cancelled checks give valid receipts for purchases and bills paid. When your house or office wiring ie, in need of replacement it is a hazard to you and your fam- ily. Let us inspect and replace all worn and un- safe wire before a serious accident occurs. We are dependable and our rates are low. Commercial F) Ja ui ph fr( A[ th' SU, ed rol ~io wi Sp tie pr, Th SK pn dn tin to wi]