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L Sewing Club Meets At Hooper Home The members of the Sundance Sewing Club met at the home of Mrs. Leslie Hooper last Thursday afternon. Those present were Mrs. Ray Good, Mrs. Harvey Ferdinand, Mrs. Glen Roberts and Leon, Mrs. Charles Baker, Mrs. John Binney, and Mrs. Tom Hooper and Bonnie Mrs. Billy Roberts was a guest. Refreshments were served late in the afternoon by the hostess. The club will meet next on Feb. 14 at Mrs. Ray Good's. Hawken,s Entertain At Dinner Party Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hawken en- tertained several guests at dinner at their home Sunday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vines, Nelda, Lila, Allen and Leon, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vines and Mr. and Mrs. George Middle- ton, :! David Hooper Celebrates Sixth Birthday Monday David Hooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hooper, celebrated his sixth birthday Monday after- noon, at a party given by his moth- er. After the gifts were opened, games were played by the young- stets and traditional birthday re- freshments were served. Guests present were Mrs. Leslie ~4oPer, Mrs. Harvey Ferdinand, 1.~a. ~om Hooper, Bonnie and Les- ~, Mrs. Roy McAnally, Mrs. ~naries Kokesh, Inky and Mike, Bruce Hooper, Ritchie Hooper and Karol Ann Hooper. Joan Dudrey En-'g'aaged To Karl Frederickson Mrs. Cecil Mattox has announced the engagement of her daughter Joan Dudrey to Karl Frederickson, son.of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Fred- ~me~son of Four Corners. Mr. ~'rederlckson is associated with his father in the ranching busi- zle$. Miss Dudrey is a senior in the Sundanee high school and as yet no date has been set for the wed- ding. Bridge Club Me-'~ At McGuekin Home Mrs. j. T. McGuckin entertained ~e me.tubers of her bridge club ~. her home last Wednesday eve- nmg. After dessert was served, bridge was played with prizes go- ing to Mrs. Bob Baldwin for high ~core, to Mrs. Maurice Williams second high score, and to Mrs. Frank Shewey for low score. The dub will meet next at Mrs. Bob Baldwin's on February 6th. Legion Auxiliary-'-'Past Presidents Dinner Held Last Friday Night A dinner was held for the Past President of the American Legion Auxiliary last Frida even" Ray's C~fo ,,L Y .rag at Mr_ . =-~. *nose present were "~. J. T. McGuckin, Mrs. Roger ~ho.mas, Mrs. Al Schelldorf, Mrs. amon McLaughlin, Mrs. Ted ROUnds, Mrs. Elfriede Schloredt, Hawken.~Vtrs" O. C. Dinkins and Mrs. Floyd ~tplatpal Church~Banquet eld Tuesday Evening Members and friends of the EPiscopal Church met last Tues- day evening at Ray's Cafe for their annual banquet Thirty-five peo le ( Were present. After P ~ro... dinner the ,~ ,~ up was addressed by Rev. tIar- ~Y L. Haydis Earl Ike and Don ~elger. i ,~n't y Friday i ..~.M_rs. Lee Schloredt gave a sur- ~,Li'se party for her mother-in-law. 1 ~r~o Elfrmde. Schloredt, at her or "~ "~ r'r~aay afternoon in hon- I of her birthday anniversary. i . Invited guests were Mrs. Claire I ~s?UC~n--Mrs. Mable Crewdson, -~arry Davis, Mrs Grubh ~.. ~ . Fred ! ~ Ro~e=' ~;'~" scotty Gladstone, Mrs. Mrs. George Beagle and Mrs. Floyd Hawken. Refreshments followed an after- noon of visiting. Canasta Club Meets At Ray Good's Friday Mrs. Ray Good entertained the members of the "Do-Little" canas- ta club at her home last Friday afternoon. After playing canasta, refreshments were served by the hostess. Durfees Entertain At Dinner-Canasta Party Mr. and Mrs. Jay Durfee enter- tained Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Schelldorf and Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Trego at din- ner at their home Saturday night. The evening was spent in playing canasta. Group Enjoys Party At Royal Club Saturday After the basketball game Sat- urday night, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Don Rounds Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ripley, Mr. and Mrs. Tead Weaver and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Young enjoyed a late supper together at the Royal Club in Beulah. The "no-host" party was in celebration of Mrs. Young's birthday. Janice Edwards Celebrates Fifth Birthday Saturday Last Saturday a party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen i Edwards in honor of their daugh- ter, Janice, who had celebrated her fifth birthday January 16th. i After the gifts were opened, games were pl~yed by the children; and traditional birthday refresh- ments were served. Invited guests were Patty Pear- son, Leon Pearson, Craig Pearson, Frankie Hawken, Nancy Hawken, Michael Hawken, Lee Cronn, Steve Cronn, Ronnte Carr, Su- zanne Vines, Mickey Minor, Ste- ven Boal and Susan Boal. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Jerry C'arr were business callers in town Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Fort, Mrs. Glen Roberts and Leon drove to Belie Fourche Monday. Mrs. L. R. Brooks boarded the train at Upton last Monday to re- turn to her home in Astoria, Ore- gon after having spent the past three weeks visiting with her sis- ter, Mrs. Everett Shipek. Mary Englehaupt spent the weekend with Karol Ann IIoop- er. James Hildebrand and Glen Rob- erts left for Cheyenne Monday morning where they will spend several days on business. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Durfee drove to tIulett Sunday where they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murphy. Art Taylor and son Richard of Four Corners were business callers in town last Saturday. Mrs. C. C. Bulkley and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bulkley spent Friday with Lily Bulkley. Mrs. Itazel Vallejo and Mrs. C. C. Bulkley are spending a few days with Lily Bulkley. There will be a box supper Sat- urday night, Feb. 2nd at the I. o. O. F. Hall for Oddfelows, Rebek- as and families at 8:00 o'clock Mrs. Paul Yeoman left last week for Denver Colo., where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Clarine Cutshall and the Yeoman's new grandson. She plans to be there a few weeks. Word has been received of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ford of Aztec, New Mex- ico. The baby weighed 6 lbs., 1 oz. and is their first child. Mrs. Ford is the former Sylvia Howes of Rifle Pit Divide. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ripley were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Rounds at their home Saturday evening. Miss Marie Oudin and Miss Dee Fall spent Sunday in Newcastle. Married I-lere Friday Miss Jean Vines, daughter ofo Mrs. Alice Vines of Sundance, be- came the bride of (:lark Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Allen of Laramie, Friday, January 25th at 11 a.m. at the Church of the Good Shepherd. Rev. IIarry L. Haydis read the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Willis Hughes was organ- ist for the traditional processional and recessional wedding marches and accompanied Willis Hughes who sang "Perfect Love." Attendants at the wedding were Mrs. Harold Bernd, matron of honor; Miss Sandra Kipp, maid-of- honor; Don Allen, brother of the groom, best man; Alfred Vines and Don Pearson, ushers; Susanne Vines and Lynn Pearson, flower girls and Craig Pearson, ring bearer. The bride's brother, Fred Vines, gave her away in marriage. The bride wore a gown of slip- per satin covered with a lace over- skirt, and a fingertip veil of im- ported English silk illusion net. She carried a bouquet of white orchids surrounded by white ca- mellias. The bridal attendants wore identical dresses of pink dot- ted swiss over taffeta and carried bouquets of carnations. Mrs. Alice Vines, mother of the bride wore a black silk suit with green accesories and a corsage of red carnations. The groom's moth- er, Mrs. C. A. Allen, was attired in a navy blue crepe dress and wore a corsage of white carnations. Immediately following the cere- mony, a reception was held at the home of Mrs. Alice Vines for 75 close friends and relatives. Out of town guests included Larry Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. James Guffey, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Allen and Don Allen, all of Laramie; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sleep and Mr. and Mrs. Rittberger of Spearfish; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward of Ker- sey, Colo; Arthur Allen of Rock Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vines of Gillette and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pearson of Cheyenne. Mrs. Alfred Vines and Mrs. Fred Vines poured. Mrs. Bob Pearson cut the cake and Miss Marilyn Vines and Miss Patty Pearson were in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Allen is a graduate of Sun- dance high school and attended the University of Wyoming for two years. The groom is a graduate of Laramie high school and was graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1950. He is now the agricultural teacher at the Sun- dance high school. For her going-away costume the bride chose a navy checked suit with blue accessories. After a short wedding trip through the Hills, the young couple will be at home to their many friends at their new home in Sundance. IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT State of Wyoming ) County of Crook ) )as. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OF TIME APPOINTED FOR PROVING WILL In the Matter of the Estate of BARNEY RICCA GIACHINO, also known as BARNEY RICCA GIACCHINO, and as RICCA BER- NARDO GIACHINO, Deceased. To all persons interested in said Estate: THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo., January 31, 1955 Notice is hereby given that Mon- lay, February II, 1952, at I0:00 o'clock A.M. of said day, at the Court Room of said Court, in the County of Crook, has been appoint- ed as the time and place for pro- ving the Will of the above named deceased and for hearing the ap- )lication of Idolo Ricca Giachino for the issuance to him of Letters of Administration with the Will Annexed; when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same. Dated this 8th day of January, 1952 FRANCIS HE JOE, Clerk (SEAL) Scotty Gladstone, attorney. Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 7th day of January, 1952, (one) A. E. F,rt and Ward Cure filed an application for a Retail IAquor License in the office of the Clerk of the Town of Sundance, Wyo., for the following described place and premises, to-wR: Pastime Bar on West Half of Lot 10, Block 9 in the Orig- inal Town of Sundance, Wy- oming and protests, if any there be, against the issuance of such li- cense will be heard at the hour ~of 8 p.m. on the 4th day of Feb- ruary, 1952, in the City Hall. (Signed) Marion Thompson City Clerk (Dated) Jan. 7, 1952. Jan. 10-17-24-31. Typewriter Rlbbom at The Times DR. H. GORDON DORLAND 0Fr0MZTRIST Phone 480 Belle Fourehe NH, - 77 == := =: = -: = = m m = = == == := :: :: =: :: 7: :5 = -- " C. F. MORSMAN, M. D. Diagnosis, Medicine, Radium Hot Springs, So. Dak. )LO BRAND 'ee/ /oT AO/ve" "l.ll~ OL~ SUNNYBRO01~ COMPANY, LOUISVILLE,'KENTUCKY W. F. l ewland Established 1885James I. Newland, Founder Manager GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY PRICED NEWL ND & 80N COLONY, WYOMING