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d- rt o- in n- ~Y ld et to ad nc ,'h. to Jr- 1is rk at nd at ek. Lby ay- eh- luh me the ;ri. a~ son ~mc ~lle soil lrs. :all- day can ]rra ;un- an$ the deft t~he elly VIrs. the ~UI1" SOIl. ,eeg and ngle yoe, ]sol* 2ity. Abe chil" 3ice day. tner and vere 2arl" FOR SALE [FOR SALE: Lean-to for ,house- trailer, 8x18, factory made, in- " terior ,remodeled. Ph. 283-1903 aRer 8 p.m. It FOR SALE: 1962 Chevy II. ~rs. Glen Orr, 283-1479. It :FOR SALE: 7 weaner pigs, 7 ,weeks old. Ed Blakeman, Car- lile. It* ,FO'R SALE: 1952 GMC truck good engine, $400. Letz feed grinder with elevator, $75. Art Linklater, Hulett, 467-5325. 4-6 WANTED WANTED: Thousand gallon gal- vanized water hauling tank. Ph. 283-1673. It* "WANTED: Will take cattle to winter. Have lots of hay, water and grass. Bill ~Russell, Hulett, 467-5614. It* Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Buresh, Sundance, have an,nounced the engagement of their daughter, Betty Ann, to Aaron A. Lobner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lobner, Lewellen, Nebr. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Buresh, a 1966 graduate of Sundance high school, has at- tended Sheridan Junior College. A 1963 graduate of Lewellen high school, Lobner is attending Chad- ron State College, Chedron, Nebr. BIRTHDAYS Todd Tom Seele The first birthday of Todd Tom Seeley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Seeley, was observed with the serving of refreshments in the Seeley home Monday evening. Joining Mr. and Mrs. Seeley, Tia and Todd for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wyatt, Jackie and T. J. Karl Gilbert & Christina Keller Karl Gilbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gilbert, celebrated .his fifth birthday Tuesday, Jan. 21 with a party and luncheon held in the Gilbert home. Games were played and gifts ,presented to the honoree. Guests present for the party were Scan and tieather Anthony, Stacy Gladsen, Ann Windsor, Ray Miner, Robae and Bryan Cook and Karl's brothers Kurt and Kent. Tuesday evening, the Gilbert family joined the Rev. and Mrs. Patterson Keller and family for dinner in the Keller home in ob- servance of Christina Keller's eighth birt,hday and Karl Gilbert's birthday. Covers were laid for Mr. and ~Mrs. Ted Gilbert, Karl, Kurt and Kent, and the Rev. and Mrs. Pat- ,terson Keller, Kathryn, Christina, Mary Louise and Patterson. "WANT TO RENT: a small 'house. Write Box 43, Sundance. It* LOST LOST: between Belle :Fourehe and Hulett Jan. 16 - large white tamp. Reward offered. Write Walter Cundy, New Haven, Wy- oming or call 467-5684. 1* MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL on Permanents starting Monday, Jan. 27 ,thorugh Feb- ~uary. ~We now have wiglets for sale. Powder ~Puff Salon. It A. F. W. Bridge Club Meets In Breidlng Home 2~o tables of cards were in play at the ,meeting of the A. F. W. (Air Force Wives) bridge club held in the home of Mrs. Ken- neth ~veiding, Thursday morning, Jan. 16. High scorer was Mrs. John Laughter; second high,/Mrs. Brei- ding; and low, Mrs. Thomas Hett. .Mrs. John Stephens was a guest player. Hostess ~or the next club meet- ing Jan. 23 will be Mrs. Arthur Brown. room Monday evening, qMrs. R. M. ,Bernd was high ~The treasurer's books were aud- scorer; Mrs. James McGttckin, ~.RI~ ited by auxiliary officers, second high; and Mrs. Schloredt, IER5 ~V~rs. Jerry ~cribner told about low. ~,T "the Defensive Driving course that ~Vlrs. Otis Reynolds was to host flY, she recently completed, followed the next club meeting Jan. 22. by a discussion on ~he auxiliary's Y sponsoring ~he course. No a,ction was taken until i,t can be deter. mined whether or not the requir- ed 20 persons can be interested Sundance Rebekeh$ lmiS" in taking the course. ecial Mrs. Ray Bu.ckman was appoint. In~ell 1969 Officers The installation of 1969 officers Ca~" ed to provide refreshments for was the main order of business tnde!"the next auxiliary meetin Feb Also 17. -- g at the meeting of Sundance Re- maY' bekalh Lodge No. 29 held January 9 in the Sundanee I.O.O.FI hall. ghe$,Shirley Durft~ Presides District Deputy President, Mrs. :ejde,, At Jobs Daughters Meet George Richards and Deputy Mar- t re#' Thirty-four were presentfor shal, Mrs. IL. O. Traey were the Gil" tha~ re_gular meeting of Sundance installing officers for the instal- ~9 bluos Daughters Bethel No. 43 lation of Noble Grand, Mrs. Dean ov~ held Monday evening with newly Hutchins; Vice Grand, Mrs. Bill installed Honored Queen Shirley Sell; Secretary, Mrs. Jesse Ka- Durfee presiding. . . . node; Treasurer, Mrs. Ethel Hart tot#90ti~ Five new Jobs Daughters offl- and appointive officers including acte~~rs .who were unable to attend Warden, Mrs. Ricbards; Conduct- s tll0 ~e installation meeting in De- or, Mrs. Howard Allen; Chaplain, at~d ~-m'uer were installed as follows: 'Mrs. Tracy; Musician, Mrs. Freda ~ecorder, Eleanor Oudin; inner Peterson; Color Bearer, ~rs. a#I '.~uard, Chris Oudin; and choir Ward Cure; RSNG, Mrs. Wilbur feral6 ~emhers Wanda Hejde, Jolene Dillavou; ,LSNG, Wilbur Dillavou; Ha~ Sk~eslek and ~enee Bailey. . RSVG, Mrs. Damon Cole; Inside ou~ note from Mrs. Alven Re]- Guard, Mrs. ,Ulrie Hawken; Out- m 1~ ~er, chairman of the Sundanee side Guard, Mrs. Minnie Ealy. x~Ommercial Club Christmas pro Not presen~t for installation was msoll, gram was read thanking the Job- LSVG Mrs. George ~eterson. 'es*O~ hies for their participation in the Presentations included a Past mot". min~Iprogram. Noble Grand jewel to Mrs. Ron Bethel 43 Guardian, Mrs. Rich- ;Pulse, gifts to outgoing officers te 0/ard Hooper presented the Honor- by :Mrs. Pulse and Mrs. Hutchins, )mini. ed Queen with a ritual cover and and ,corsages to outgoing and in- noseI~n~atulated the girls on ,learn- ,coming Noble Grands and the in- mee! -~ new songs, stalling officers, by Rebekah The ~ev Patterson Keller con- Lodge ~Io. 29. A gift was also pre- }69 t0 eluded a series of talks on the sented to Mrs. Richard Proctor ~ess. ~ook of Job and was ,thanked for for ~he ~Proetors' new baby. ~y his efforts in .presenting the talks ~Refreshments were served at by Mrs. Hooper in behalf o.f Beth- the close of the evening by Mrs. ld, el 43 members and the ,Guardian ,Proctor and Mrs. Allen. Council. Mrs. Ealy and Mrs. Hazel Me- Refreshments were served at Laughlin will serve on the lunch the close of the evening by Shir. committee for the next lodge Icy and Peggy Dur Februar; 3,730 p.fme?'is the date meeting January 23. and time of ~the next Bethel meet i7196~ ~ng with Kathy and Terry Helmer THE SUNDANCE TIMES ~n charge of refreshments. 696i 't:~ "uef"oAM 'aa uapu~S CARLILE WRANGLERS TO PARTICIPATE IN N. R. A. ACTIVITY The third meeting of the Carlile Wranglers 4-H Club was held at the home of Philip Habeck on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 12. The flag ,pledges were led by Kenny Rathbun and ~he song"He's Got The Whole World" by Wayne Garman. Roll call was answered by 9 members who stated their favorite winter sport. Local leader, Gertie Lytle, re- ported on the 4-H Council Meet- ing and reminded leaders of the Leaders Conferences' coming up soon. The club agreed unanimously to V. F. W. Auxiliary Town and Country take the Safety activity which ,Meet~ Monday Night Bridge Club Meets would permit ,them to include ~Mrs. Lee Schloredt entertained Riflery under the guidance and Mrs. Carl Olson was hostess for members of the Town and Coun- rules of the National Rifle As- the meeting .of V. F. W. Auxiliary try bridge club in her home soeiation. Both boys and girls to Devils Tower Post No. 4311, ,Wednesday, Jan. 15 with two will take ,part in this activity un- held in the TC]~A hospitalitytables of cards in play. der licensed instructor Roger 'Rathbun. Those appointed to serve on the Ph. 283-1343 Sundance next party committee :with Chair- man Dennis Lytle are Philip Habeck, Becky Roberts and Mel- ody Rathbun. The commitee will meet at a later date ,to make their final plans. A report of the Yearly Program Commitee was given by Philip Habeck. Program ,books were handed out at the meeting. Reports of Project meetings were given by Criss .Williams who reported on a cooking meeing held for she and Becky Roberts at the Roberts home on Jan. 4, and by Kenny Rathbun, who re- ported on a photography meeting held a,t the :home of Curt Moberg Jan. 5. Following the meeting, special talks were given by Philip Habeek on "Care In Keeping Leather in Good Shape", Melody Rathbun on "Silage for Pigs" and an illus- trated talk by Kenny Rathbun on "The Parts of An Adjustable Camera." The club members furnished their own sleds under the leader- ship of Jeff Garman and Philip $Iabeck and enjoyed the after- noon sleigh riding. Refreshments were served later by the ~ost- ess. The next meeting will be held at the home of Melody and Ken- ny Rathbun on Feb. 9. Members will make and exhibit a creative valentine of their own making and exchange it for Roll Call. Special guest will be Linda Sim- ons who will report on her Chi- cago trip and offer help with record books. Beef & Bridles 4-H Club Prepares Servicemen's Packages ~Packages for men and women of the Moorcroft area serving in the armed forces were ,prepared for mailing at the January meet- ing of the Beef & Bridles 4-H Club. The meeting was held Jan. 5 at the Chapman home with 10 mem- bers, three leaders and one guest present. Kim and Kelly Newlin led the flag pledges and Toni Rob- inson led the group singing. Names were drawn for a val- entine exchange which will fea- ture the meeting Feb. 2 at the Albert Tschetter home. A thank you note was read from St. Joseph's orphanage in Torrington expressing thanks for the Christmas gifts sent by the club. Junior leaders Becky Smith and Carmen Norfolk gave a joint demonstration, "~Iaking Good Record Books." Following the meeting, mem- bers played canasta. It's Home Spruce-Up Time at Your House, Let Help You... _ Nill FURNITURE [ CARPETING I MAJOR APPLIANCES I SMALL APPLIANCES "l CURTAIN RODS ] WINDOW SHADES ] WALL PAPER J CONTACT PAPER [ PAINT & SUNDRIES [ * LINOLEUM & TILE I . .oow c sms s L ........ sc"uw?s_ : Ph. 283-1385 Sundance