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PAGE8 THE 8UNDANCE TIMES JANUARY 18, 1979 Altar bouqu~ d ~ and y,~ ~ deem~ Mr. Calvary Luthenm Church in Sun&race for the Jan. 5 wedding of Debbie Baxter and Galen Moline. The couple repeated their vows in a 7:30 p.m., candlelight, double-ring ceremony. The Rev. Ihuaey Johnson served as off~lat/ng clerg3qu~ and Mrs. Ricluml Hoq~r u organist. Parents of the ceuple ate Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baxter, Sundance; and Mr. and Mrs. John MoHne, Aladdin. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a floor length ivory gown featuring long, sheer puffed sleeves,~ high waistline, and a stand-up collar with sheer lace insert trimmed with seed pearls. A sweep train and fingertip veil trimmed with wide lace completed the bridal coetmne. She carded a bouquet of white gardenias and white stephanotis. Tammie Buresh served her sister as matron of honor. Her finor length gown was light blue designed with long sleeves, high watsmne with midrm trend, and high eoUar with ince insert at the neck. Her bouquet was of blue and yellow eamat~. Brklesmaids were Diane Gedt~ and Peggy Dudrey. Their light blue, floor length dresses featured high waistlines pu~ed .tee~ and .eoo~ neetaam. Dan Moline wan hls In~'. best m~ with Don EnpUem and Not~man ~lsimry serving ms gnmmsman. Ted MoUne asd Gffir~ ~ acted m ushem, o A meepam was held foiiow~ the eemmmy in the emmmmity room of tbe cmuOmuse besemant. Pmu Jouh~ reSi~o~ the guo~, ~d ~ ~ worn Su=ette Moli~, MItor-in-law of the groom, ~mdie Fuller, eou~ of the 5dde, and Amlma I~. The lwlda ls ajuaior at the Un-n-n-n-n-n-n-n-n-n~ty of Wyoming where she ls n member o~ Beta Alpim Psi. i~b the bride and groom are gradantes of Sandance High Sdmol. Following a wedding ~p to Smah ~ the couple will redde in lmande. Out of town gueeta at the wedding included Mz. ami Mm. John MeUne Jr. and J.R., Rivertem; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swanson, Emiel Swanson, Dale Swbama, all from ~, S.D. District 4-H leaders meet The Northeast District 4-H I~aders meeting will be held Jan. 20 at the Holiday Inn in Gillette. The day-long meeting will include a swap shop of ideas, business meetin~ and sever- al mini-sessions in the aRer- noon. Registration for the meet- ink is $5 which includes the l~. All leaders are urged to attend and are asked to contact the extension office at 283-1192 by Jan. 26 if they ere planning to ge. day session to. be held in the community room of the courthouse. The workshop is scheduled to run from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Registration wm be ~n~ted. Persons interested in par- ticipating in the workshop are asked to call the exten- sion office at 283-I192 for further information and to pre-register. Aladdin Homemekem plan ectivitlss Aladdin Homemakers met Jan. 10 at the home of Mrs._ Alh'ed Hutchinson. Roll call was answered with what members would like to learn" at club this year. Plans were made to spon- gether once each month. Everyone in the community is welcome to attend and bring a craft or hobby to work on. The first such day will be held Jan. 24 at 10 a.m. at Mrs. John Mohne's home. In other business Nits. Hutchinson, club president, *made committee appoint- ments, officers were instaLl- ed, and Mrs. Lyal Cart gave a test on mad signs. Mrs. Moline gave a talk on "warm fuzzies and cold pricldies." Dessert and coffee were served by the hostess. ~hust mowmc~le outing An outi~ for members of the Bear Lodge Snownmbile Association was ho~ed Jan. 14 by Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Potersen at their ranch. In addition to snowmobil- ing and visiting a treasure hunt was held for the kids with prizes fundshed by the Petersons. A weiner roast rounded out the activities. Club fi~embers from Iowa attended the event. Appreciation was extend- ed to the Petersons for hosting the special fun day. Cow-Belles will meet Crook County Cow-Belles will hold their regular monthly meeting Tuesday at the Am Restaurant in Sun- dance. Mrs. John Ayer, club president, ~aid the no-host luncheon meeting is sehed- uled to begin at 12:30 p.m. During the meeting plans for observance Of Ag Day will be discussed. All interested women are invited to attend the meet- ~g. Court F_aik Jon Olson, Spirit Lake, la, $20.00; Clark Goodrich Bassett, ~llette, $18.00; Lance R. Hinther, Yankton, SD, $17.00; Kirk Patrick Benedickt, Upton, WY, $14.OO; Dick R. McCauley, Manhattan, Kan- sas, $21.00; Geroge E. Thomas, Rapid City, SD, $16.00; Mark W. Nulle, Gil- le~e, WY, $I5.00; Mark Howard McRann, Hulett, WY, $70.00; Joseph M. Baron, Moorcroft, WY, $20.oo;William H. Swenson, Spearfish,- SD, -$19.00; Gerald L: Wanne~, North- glen, CO, $19.00; Mervin Harold Rawhauser, Sun- dance, $14.00; Gary L. Pierce, Hot Springs, SD, $19.00; John P. Molloy, Oceen Falls, BC, $11.00; Verlin George Mcintosh, Lewistown, Mr, $14.00; Daniel M. Holden, Gillette, $20.00, Carolyn Paula Her- ron, Minneapolis, Minn, $16.00; Dennis Patrick Heidt, Dickinson, ND, $18.00; Glen Orvlle Harley, Cus~r, SD, $19.00; Dennis A. Frank, Minneapolis, Minn, $75.oo;Troy L. Dace, Spearfish, SD, $20.00; Rich- ard William Fisher, Powell, WY, $13.00; Roger Dale Holderby, Portland, Ore, $14.00; Tommy D. Todd, Gillette, Wy, $21.00; Karl Raymond Hopp, Moorcroft, WY., $50.00. Speed too fast for conditions Cynthia Kay Carter, Buffalo, SD, $55.00. Fail to display tax produce cab card. Roy Owen G~lette, $55.oo. finances; the prudent watches them, and list juggles his bills to foreclosure. SALE A L wINL~ER MERCHANDISE I/4 to I/2 IM I< off JACK & JILL SHOP 283.2943 S~d~ CHECK THEM OUT! 1979 FORDS IN STOCK. We can temp you with a daz- zling selection of new Fords.. LTD's Pintos Fairmonts Fiestas Granadas Mustangs ,Couriers An Excellent Supply of 1979 Ford Pickups ONHAND! ! New 1978 Pinto A carryover and a gre buy for someone. Dr sor a "hobby day" get to- apery ~ w [ Urc2,'r:;r"a:;::rg i Fair Selection Used Cars & Pickups make yoqr own draperies, i | ' . . " " acccording to Ruth Elliston, ' and ~p,~ n No.,~.=--,,,..~.l ~, wvnunvvn uVUlmUnt ~in~ll ,. - . msanq)lesmmm~r ~ ~ I,? } Ta.., " . will be made duringthe an., ~. , - , aut~ ~'6t I