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':: Mrs. White attended the open RENEWALS THE SUNDANCE TIMES house for Mrs. Minnie Ealy. Mr. Ruth Gurkowski, Sundance and Mrs. Herman White trans. Fred Henke, Sundance Sundance, Wyo Jan. 18, 1973 ent. .: : ..... acted business in Hulett Tuesday. Teresa Hauber, Seattle, WA " ; and Herman and Danny called at Paul Neff Crago, Sundance ..... ~ Conzeiman's in the afternoon.Bull Peterson, Sundance Mr. States Tel. & Tel., Newcastle Mr. and Mrs. Wiiford KennedyHarold Zimmerschied, CarlileJack Moberg, Cheyenne By Jerry Iekel sion with people who decide to and Harold were Tuesday after- Hazel Follum, Douglas Walter Hauber, Weston t the NorthernHealthWyomingcetnerMental dOinSOmethingthe nextabUtfour it.weeks Cath- noon visitors and supper guests Mr. and Mrs. Art Glenn, Phil B. Neiman, Hulett on to "DEPRESSION. A SERIES" arsis will be devoted to the sub- of the White family. Mr. andSan Bernardino, Calif. AI Geisinger, Belle Fourche nten- Depression is a pervasive, fie- ject of depression. In the pro- Mrs. Paul Conzehnan called at Raymond Roadifor, Dayton Eddie Svoboda, Hulett frieZe q uently encountered, problem in cess of these columns, some of the Herman White home Thurs-J.P. Wood, Moorcroft A.T. Wolf, Belle Fourche society. It is not possible,the readers' questions may be day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lawrence, Hulett Mrs. E. M. Harper, Spearfish fol- however, to document the incid- answered. Many questions a- Herman White transacted busi- Robert Vore, Sundance Earl Christensen, Newcastle le by ence of depression with the kinds bout other mental health topics hess in Suvd._ance Friday. The William R. Strong, Beulah Lilac Mathews, Spearfish I and of figures and statistics we are -- often go unasked, it is pos- Herman White family were Sat- Orville D. Harper, Beulah Thad Brimmer, Devils Tower klden me.d to regarding other sible we will answer same ofurday dinner guests of the Wil- Don Melanson, BeffeCreek, Mont. Mary Kudlock, Sheridan Rob. __w2[ sp..read phenomenon. For ese difficult-to-ask questions, ford Kennedys and were Sunday Ted Dorothy, Sundance Jay E. Engle, Upton ewnm g, it is difficult to tie We can explore what depression dinner guests at the Ben Sager Ted Seeley, Osage Earl Dillinger, Moorcroft Gas- wn specifically what depres-is, where it sometimes comes .ned sien is. It is a problem of its from, and how it is manifested, home. Ted Parkins, San Leandro, Calif. Mrs. Truman Vesser, Moorcroft .o..wn_ but it is also very ofte an Most important of all, what do Mr. and Mrs. Germ Gibson and mgral part of other problems, we do about it? Or what can we family, Sheridan, spent New .183 1hen too, it is manifested in try to do? New Years Eve and New Years e.not~h.ways that it becomes at By no means will any defini- Day at the L. C. GibSOn home. ~J~ J'hOIe 1955 u_memalmost indiscernible, which tire or comprehensive conclus- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hutchinson trees not lead to a clear conceptions be reached because depres- and Leon were alSO New Years of what it is. We do not always sion is, admittedly, a subject all Day dinner guests of Bub Gib- .21 Know where it comes from. too often puzzling and without sons. Dale Gibeou, BiUings, old- ;taura ,,'" .22 We do know that millions of neat scientific explanation. At .16 Pe le in this country every year this point perhaps the best at- est son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. .155 suffe -from one form or another titude to develop is the under- Gibson, spent Thursday-Sunday .17 of depreasion. Locally we see as standing that depression is OK with his parents. NOW OP[IN WFI KI NDS .165 much of it as anywhere else.to talk about. Unless we estab- In the mental health center it is lish that as a basis, it is hard to COFFEE -- SHORT ORDERS .18 the focal point of much discus- go much further. .155 PROCLAMATION .145 Miller Creek Spearfish Thursday, Dec. 28 and I Stanley K. Hathaway, by vir- Bill kept a doctor's appointment rue of authority vested in me as the Governor of the State of el to Jan. 8 there Friday. Dale Petersen Wyoming, do hereby declare that rrle d Opal Oudin spent Dec. 26-30 at the Bill Ha- the Certificates of incorporation .............. -- i ....... Bob Gaines transacted business beck home. Mr. and Mrs. Billof the following named domestic I-- -- -- m "Rapid City Friday and Mrs" Habeck and Philip and Dale Pet" crporatins are frfeited; and i~i~. tmO Gaines and children shop- ersen were supper guests at the further declare that the right ot Ped in Sundance Saturday after- Dave Roberts home Dec. 30. New the following named foreign cor- noon. Years Eve, Habecks played cards porations to carry on business esth _ Christina Garman had the mis- at the David Roberts home and in the State of Wyoming is for- ina fall at school during physical Mrs. David Habeck and Stevensaid corporations, and each thereof, to comply with the pro- ty of eaucation Wednesday. She will in Gillette New Years Day. Mrs. visions of Section 17-47, Wyoming wear a cast approximately six Bill Habeck attended the Moor- Statutes, 1957. ' !~~ ,, mKs. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Gar- croft-Sundance basketball game Crook County OF man transacted business andin Sundance Friday evening. Phil- Petroleum Exploration Company m ,, pro- in Sundance Friday. ip Habeck accompanied the Moor- Sundance * uh Jb ,,tr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun croft basketball team to Tongue IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I afing Mr. and Mrs. Larry Keffer, River Saturday and was an over- have hereunto set my hand and [ F uffalo, Wyo., spent New Years night guest of Dale Petersen. caused the Great Seal of the State u'ties E.ve a(the Lynn Barnes home in Mrs. Reynard Milks brought him of Wyoming to be hereunto affix- 1973.ed, this 8th day of Januaxy, A. D,. ~ ~#~ (~ and Rohy were New Year eve Mrs. Bill Habeck played cards(SEAL) oum . e. Mr. and Mrs. Kefferhome Sunday morning. Mr. and Vernight guests and New Years at the David Roberts home Sat- Stanley K. Hathaway v for uay guests of the Roger Rathbun Governor long Gh Y. Mr. and Mrs. Doual urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Keffer Thym Thomson map were Tuesday supper and and Rohy, Buffalo, Wyo., were Secretary of State Air-Step, Life-Stride, Jacqueline, xmty guests at the Roger Monday supper guests at theJan. 18-25 athbtm home Mr and Mrs. Rend Lytle home. Mr. and Mrs. Connie Roger Rathbun,'Billi "Jo and Tony Rend Lytle and Dennis shopped .snPped in Belle Fourche and in Sturgis Tuesday. 2 O00 m "~sh Thursday. . Frank Lauders, Moorcroft,who Getting The Times i lVlelody Rathbun was a weeK- attends Wyoming University ' guest at the Vincent Tenkewas a supper guest at the Reno NEW mmle and Ke~ny Rathbun attend- Lytle home Thursday. Dennis Betty Rae Worthington, Sundance LADLES' [ HI IES the wrestling tournament at and Ruth Lytle attended the Mrs. Russell Powers, Clancy, wall S. D Saturday Tom Beagle and Tedd" spent nday at theMooreroft - Sundance basketball Mont. aull Roger Rathbun home where Tom game in Sundance Friday eve- Charles A. Burd, Mills Regular Values to $24.00 Its .helping with the new addition ning. Freda Donaldson, Ogden, Utah m a p 9e Roger Rathbun home. Bob Mr. and Mrs. Herman WhiteWilliam I. Jones, Washt, gton, Reduced alnes helped with the feeding visited Mr. and Mrs. Wyman D.C. High- eatr Rathbun's Wednesday as ROg- Bushnell New Years Day and Sam Waugh, Hulett AS Low As ,rove, was indisposed with back is as trouble. ridge Mr. and Mrs Joey Engelhaupt SC spent New Years Day at the Joe spa ngelhaupt home. Joe Engel- nanpt transacted business in Stmdance Thursday and Friday. ands- Jerry Engelhaupt attended the lanes westling tournament at Wall S. Corn- D. Saturday. n the Mrs. Marie Minnich transacted said business in Sundance Thursday, Dec. 28, visited Mr. and Mrs. Penn Smith and called at the z the Hal Oudin's enroute home. Merle Ealy was an afternoon Clerl{ visitor at the Hal Oudins Friday, 1965, Dec. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Ou- AIo din and Miss Blanche Kelly were k guests of Mr. and Mrs. Penn 197@: Smith New Years Day when 4. they dined out, the group attend- bf ed the open house for Mrs. Min- ..r#, hie Ealy in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin visited at the 10.00; Heary Oudin home in Sundanee [ejde t ew Years Day. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin shopped in Stmdance lan~ F~day. an.d spent Saturday eve- rang at the Paul Myers home. edan t to Mrs. S. E. Lanning their home in Spear. fish Thursday, Dec. 28 after vis- iting several days at the Bill Habeck home. Mrs. Bill Habeck nan ,*n: a dental appointment in 605/892-3956 i Belle Fourche, S. D. Buy the First Pair At Get Second Pair 0nly .'VAAA~.A V~.A ~.VVA AVVV V~A V~" AAV~ Large Group of AVAA Main Street Many new boots added and many reduced still further in price. Spearfish