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January 23, 1969

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On Semester, First semester and third six weeks honor rolls were announc- ed 'this week for the Sundance Junior and senior 'high school. Earning spots on both honor roUs were (six weeks average list- ed first): Seniors: Peggy Dillon 3.60, 3.60; Shirley Durfee 3.40, 3.60; Pennie Fall, 4.00, 4.00; Lindsay Hooper 4.00, 4.00; Jim Larsen 3.40, 3.20; Susan Nussbaum 3.80, 3.80; Paula Pulse 3.40, 3.00; Lor- en Richards 4.00, 3.80; Terry Wales 3.33, 3.33. Juniors: Glenlyn Alexander 3.60, 3.60; Murray Collins 3.60, 3.40; Peggy Durfee 3.00, 3.00; Alan Harper 3.60, 3.40; Claudette Kanode 4.00, 3.80; Ed Lee 4.00, 4.00; Gena Orr 3.40, 3.40; Gary Roadifer 3.40, 3.20; Susan Speidel 3.00, 3.00; Kathy Spracklen 3.50, 3.50. Sophomores: Cindy Bernd 3.75, 3.75; Mark ,Ferrell 3.00, 3.20; Deb- bie ,Gerhart 4.00, 4.00; Mark Hughes 3.80, 3.60; Jerry Larsen 3.40, 3.20; Debbie Livingston 3.25, 3.25; Becky Nussbaum 3.25, 3.25; Eleanor Oudin 3.60, 3.20; Bonnie Pickerd 3.00, 3.25; Joey Popham 3.20, 3.00; David Wagner 3.20, 3.00. Freshmen: Kathy Bridges 4.00, 3.80; Janet Cole 3.40, 3.00; Bruce Connally 4.00, 3.80; Robin Hib- bard 3.20, 3.00; Doris Moore 3.00, 3.20; Jean Peterson 3.80, 3.80; Patricia Talley 4.00, 3.80; James Viergets 3.40, 3.00. Grade Eight: Jill Allen 3.20, The Mother's March for the March of Dimes will be conducted here Jan. 27 by members of Xi Theta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. /Members will start the door- to-door canvas for funds at 7 p.m. Residents ~ho wish to make dona- tions are asked to turn their porch lights on. A little county girl who has a birth defect is in the process of being helped by the March of Dimes. Sundance IOOF Officers Installed 3.00; Joan Cressman 3.00, 3.00; Kim Kokesh 3.00, 3.20; John Mitchell 3.20, 3.00; Louis Morris 3.20, 3.00; Marilyn Schelldorf 3.80, 4.00; Dianna Willaford 3.60, 3.60; Grade Seven: Renee Bailey, 3.40, 3.60; Linda Barnes 3.60, 3.00; Daniel Henke 3.20, 3.00; Kelly Proctor 3.20, 3.00; Tina Sprague 4.00, 4.00. Listed on the six week honor roll only were: senior, Kathy Sipe, 3.20; sophomore, Gene Tay- ler 3.00; eighth grade, Clayr Al- exander 3.00; Jeff Baggs 3.00; Lewis Bears 3.00; Debbie Lamb 3.00; Stephen Necklason 3.0u; Susan Waugh 3.00; seventh grade, Julie Fraser 3.00; Jolene Skee. sick 3.00. Listed only on the semester honor roll were: seniors - Jeff Kreutzer 3.00; Dana Proctor 3.00; juniors - Mike Hughes 3.20; Shar- on Lewis 3.00; Christine Stoltz 3.20; Judy Snider 3.00; Terry Speidel 3.00; Jeanne Ulrich 3.00; seventh grade - Dayleen Collins 3.00; Peggy Talley, 3.20. CARD OF THANKS A million thank~ o Dr. Kime and the hospital staff for the good care while I was in 'the hospital and ~he same to all who sent cards and letters. I appre- ciated it very much. Mrs. Nellie Humphrey BU'ffrONS ~ BOWS CLUB MEETS AT DENNIS HOME The January meeting of the Buttons and ,Bows Homemakers Club was held at the .home of Daisy Dennis with 10 members attending. Members discussed redoing some of the ranchers' signs in the area. Kelly Dennis has vol- unteered to do the work on the signs with the club furnishing the materials. Members also voted to buy two portable coat racks for the New Haven Community Building. A suggestion, which the mem- bers favored, was made that organizations using the building appoint a clean-up committee to be responsible for leaving the building clean after meetings. Vice president Tiny Bush handed out the yearbooks she had made for 1969. Each mem- ber filled in roll calls and the pro- gram schedule in ~her own book. One of the club's mer~bers, Mrs. Enid Frisbee, will appear on the Art Linkletter television pro- gram Jan. 27 and Jan. 31. ,Betty Cundy won the hostess gift during the meting. Next mee.ting of the club will be held Feb. 19 at the home of Marjorie Dennis. Roll call will be "Happiness is....." Mable Fowler and Tiny Bush will .be in charge of the program and entertain- ment. Infants Rites A heavy influx of out of town bowlers dominated action over .the weekend in ~he fourth annual New Hope Lanes ,bawling tourna- ment. Tourney activRy was high the first weekend wi,th the entries showing 62 in men's singles, 13 in men's four-man teams, 34 in mixed doubles and 11 in women's singles. The tournament closes this weekend. Out of town bowlers topped three of the four events aRer the opening weekend. Leo Tennyson, Rapid CRy, post- ed 634 to grab a slim lead in men's singles while Cliff's Paint- ing, Sturgis, rolled 2331 to lead the men's four-man team event. In mixed doubles, Betty Shultz and Harold Bennett, Deadwood, combined for 1197 and the lead. Clara Harvey and Dick Wilson, Sundance, are in second place with 1189. Sandy Wilson, Sun- dance, registered a 593 to lead in the women's singles. ,Richard ~roctor was installed as Noble Grand Monday night The standings: Men's Singles Leo Tennyson Alvin Blakeley Slim Bulian Gene Burr Ray Heeke~ Jerry Witcraft Fred Anderson Dan Kinyon John Shultz Bob Mitchael Don King Paul Harvey Men's Teama Cliff's Painting Meinke Brothers Repair Mixed Doubles ~Betty Shultz - Harold Bennett 1197 Clara Harvey- Dick Wilson 1189 Merlene Elwonger - Al Sipe 113~ Marge Larive - Wally Robidou 1124 Alfreda and Alvin Blakeley 1121 Women's Singles Sandy Wilson 59~ Kay Ruzanski 550 Hu dropl 634 week 625 to M 61~' toseo~ 11113 95 I~6 6-0. 585 10/ 583 4:44. 579 11, 2331 7"~24 2269 sett, Held in Nebraska the pump primed so that we are session, thai working with bills at all stages Attend Inauguration 41, of processing in both .houses.,My wife, Jeanette,'and I attend" Und~ Funeral services were held Officers Elected a~ ed the inauguration of President Wednesday in Linch, Nebr. for Committees Named Nixon over the week-end and it viou., Thursday, Jan. 23- Pork ,patties, Troy Potter, year-old son of Mr. The following officers were was a great pleasure and thrill for Bo Upto bread and butter, baked beans, and Mrs. Ed Pot.ter, Linch. The elected by ,the entire House and us both. It was especially pleas, ing c sliced pineapple, infant died Sunday following an the respective parties: ing ~o notice the high regard i~ hitti] Friday, Jan.24- Ham sandwiches extended illness. Miss Verde James, Speaker which Wyoming is held in Wash" carrot and celery sticks, cookies, Surviving are the baby's par- Ward Meyers, Speaker Pro Tern ington, D. C. Our seats at the in" didn' half orange, ants; 'two sisters -Dawn and Tina. Leon Keith, Majority Floor augural ceremony were some of Th 8 m~ :Monday, Jan. 27- Beef and at home; 'his maternal grand Leader the best, and Wyoming attende