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boctor, New Studio, Urging ..... Weight-Gain During Pregnancy Doctors no longer advise mothers-to-be to "eat for two." But they also are re- examining the more recent dictum that a woman should keep her weight to a minimum and not exceed a gain of 20 pounds during pregnancy. Advocates of higher weight- gain point to the findings of recent studies, including an eight-year analysis at The Johns Hopkins University, to recommend that the average gain be revised upwards to be- tween 22 and 30 pounds. In every case, of course, a wom- an's pre-pregnancy weight, age, height and build must be taken into consideration and the weight increase based upon a sound diet. When the emphasis upon low weight-gain came about, there were more potential .hazards 'in pregnancy and childbirth than there are now and obesity oftcn contributed to complications. Today, ob- stetrical mcdicine has made significant progress in over- coming many of these prob- lems. As a result, closer watch is being directed to the nutri- tion in pregnancy and its ef- fects "upon the growth and development of the unborn child. No Cause for Alarm Stricter weight control often appeals to women who are extremely conscious of per- sonal appearance and reluctant to add pounds that they fear will be difficult to lose after the baby is born. They should not be unduly alarmed by growing medical interest in greater weight-gain. Those who argue against adding only 10 or 15 pounds during preg- nancy insist that it be done through a sensible eating plan and not ~ust over-indulgence at the dinmg room table. It must be noted, too, that certain conditions in pregnancy call for strident weight con- trol. These include toxemia, . certain metabolic disorders, cardiac or kidney problems and diabetes. Where these are Across Assessor's Desk Rose Zolla Proctor County Auessor Final hearing the Crook County School Reorganization twill ,be held in Moorcroft School LunChroom February 23 at 7:30 p.m. This is for all inter. ested school patrons Crook County. As usual in cases like this Shere seem to be few i erested persons --- very few who even know what is goir~g on despite the act that the Fortieth State Legis. lature of the State of Wyoming enacted the "Wyoming ,F_xhmation Code of 1969" and R has been much publicized ever since. The Crook County Co ami tee was made up of a representative of each school district in the County as chosen by each board of trus- toes, They were then organized ,as the law prescribed by the County Clerk on May 5, 1969. They have ..been meeting regular. ly since that time compiling the necessary in,formation and data the law requires to form a uni- fied school district. These men lasve given many ,hours their his thankless job and should be commended for doing a thorough job. They have put much thought and effort into the plan and I believe it is a good @[an. It will work for Crook County if the people wane it to. "fine first year will be trial and error, hut as in all big ,business (and Crook County Schools are ,big business) ~t will grow and #rofit by its mistakes. Change is a way of life and has been since the beginning of ~me. To gro~v we have to change and we si uld meet it as a challen,ge and not with fear. Regardless 04 haw you ~eel, Why don't you attend Che laearing and see how other peo- ple feel about it. Don't wait until ne~ year and then ask, "What ]aa,ppened,?' !!i : i:~ill !}:!~!i~ Mrs.-Dick Mosley were visitors this week. ~Ir. and (Mrs. Jerry Crago and children spent Satur- day-Sunday at h~is sisters at the Bob ~haun home. They are lie. ing on the Raul Robinson ranch, which was recen~tly purchased by A. L. Ericson. ,Mr. and ,Mrs. Jack Moller~brink, Powell and brother Eldon and Triscia Moller~brink were last Saturday morning visitors at the Leo Crago home. ,Chuck Pearson avas at the El- mer Roth home Tuesday after- noon. Na.ney Pearson and Mrs. Frank ,Pearson spen,t Wednesday a~ternoon at the Rick Brengle home. Chuck Pearson spent Wed- nesday evening at the l~b Vore home. Nancy Pearson and Mrs. Frank Pearson spent Thursday in Belle Fourche. Nancy had a cheek up. They visited with Nina Hardy, Olga Nickelson and Mrs. Gordon Shoemaker and Kelly. ,Mr. and Mrs. John Whalen and George had dinner wRh Mrs. Har- dy and visited in the afternoon Thursday. Frank and Chuck Pearson had dinner with John Pearson Friday. Callers at Pear- sons this week were Mrs. Lloyd Vier,gutz and girls and Mrs. Rick Sundance Rebekeh Lodge Holds Regular Meeting T~irteen members regular meeting 04 Wi Paha Rebekah Lodge Thursday. Final ,plans were serviag the O*F_~ barn and the Women's con March 3. Feb. 20 was~ a work day ~for cleaning She en and equipment. A program on given by rs. lanche sisted ,by other members, a Valentine exchange Lunch was served by W, ard Cure and Mrs. Jess Typewriter ribbons at The THE SUNDANCE Sun,lance, Wyo Feb THE CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD, EPISCOPAL The Rev. P~tersofl Kellart Vicar SUNDAYS: 7:00 a.m. Holy Com. reunion. 9:30 a.m. Morning Pray. er and Sermon (lst Sunday HoD Communion) Nursery. Sunday, 9:30 a.m. - Church sduml ages 3-5 mid grsdes 1.8. The Sundance Times Alex SmRh Ellis Livingston Bear Lodge Motel bryan Kara Cl b T ckers, Inc., Sheridan Mrs. V. M. French Mr. and Mrs. Neal Garn (~Lrl Steiger Jay Durfee Mrs. C tcle See,lay and Shamrock Ladies Club Kara Mountain Kids 4-H Lorin Harper John and ,Eras Qattnt Public Cordially Invited. WEDNESDAY: 10:00 Holy Communion (Nursery) DAYS & HOLY DAYS: 7:00 a.m. Holy Communion. SUNDANCE WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev Willard Stone Sunday School, I0 a.m. Worship Service, 9 a. m. B~ble study, Wed- nesday, 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST Naw Testament Christianity Place - Houston Creek, 8 miles west on Highway 14. Sunday . Bible Study, 10 a.m.; Georgia Douglas a.~ Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. ill Mr. and Mrs. Ted S eldd ' Jimnetta Cook Crook County Co belle$ Mr. and Mrs. Harley Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mr. Mrs. Cecil RickT Spracklen Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth The Sundance Bowling tlon Dick and Rose Zella Deborah, Dana, Rick, Kelly and Roberts Keith Lamb called on Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Rob- Worship Service, ii a.m. Mr. and Mrs. George the travel prize. Thank you to inson Thursday aRernoon. Evening Service 7:00 pan. Tim Herron everyone ,who went and contrib- The county is .graveling the Lee Habeck | uted. road by Gerald ~unneys, Wolf,s MT. CALVARY LUTHERAN Wihna Tenke .~ Bo~ Alexander attended the and Marchar~ts. Gerald, Harry Richard $chroedar, Mr. and "Mxs. Francis He~ Sttu Vacancy Pastor Valentine party at the Parish Marchant and Bryce Sager 'have' (Effe~stive Nov. 2). Mr.The andGiveMrs.and GaawiceGain Club.|lld@~ `hall .in Sundance S turday eve- been helping bY driving trucks. 2(] ning. Clayr Alexander played Mrs. I-Iarry "Marchant had din- Sunday services . 11:15 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Tract Ell Sundan e School - I0 a.m. Mrs. Lee Tho r pson | ball at Midwest. nor at Sam Adairs this week. Mr. Confirmation instructions R.B. Hallln@e Kay Durtgey, Mr. and Mrs. and (Mrs. Al~ed ~u.tchinson and Tuesdays, 4 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Russell "I~[ Fritz Chatfield and Mrs. Paul My- Leon were last Sunday visitors at era attended the Farm Bureau the Harry Marchant home. Mr. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST The Dime Fund CilIt~ Car lle Wranglers con:ference ,meeting in Riverton and Mrs. I-Iarry Marchant visited CHURCH Mr. and ~rs. Roger ThOle'| "~1~ Sunday-Tuesday. Callers at the at Leo Cragos one evening. Wllll. M. Ad.m. Jr., Putor Mr. and Mrs. Paa~l IdS~j Dungeys this week were Larry The Nell Ht ber family spent S bba.th School, Saturday, 9:30 Ross, Gary Dun.gay, Ed Osloond, Sunday .the Lloyd Viergutza.m. Worship services, Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Stmdance Women's Bo vll Bill Smith and Mrs. Gayle Weav- home. 11 a.m. Prayer meeting, Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. RiChard S~,~I~ D er. The Redwater Farm Bureau 7 p.m. The .plxblic is invited to Mr. and ~rs. Tommy ~11e~i ,,~ ~ Mrs. Kay Dun gey, Mrs. Willard met at the ust Wolff ,home Mon- attend. TIa and Todd Tom Viergutz, and Mrs. Frank Pear- day evening. Reverend Patterson son assisted other Cowbelles in Keller showed very interesting CATHOLIC CHURCHES Chester and Sadie H~.,~,ID~m_ serving cookies and coffee at the ,pictures of Alaska. Rev. Cletus Prado, Pastor Kenneth and Florence Mona Short Line Tel. il Witt Beef School .in Sundance Tues- New ~ass schedule effecitiveStvai~)r and Elaine C~al~_.~| day afternoon. Clarence Robbins was a recent Feb. 14. , ,Lori Ishmael spent Saturday caller at the Francis Hejde home. St. Patrick s Church, Moor- Mr. and Mrs. Edwin p, otl~ with Mrs. Steve Gels. Mr. and Mr. and .Mrs. Bob Crago, and cro~t, 5:30 p.m., Saturday. St. Stmdanee Recreation PP~I~ 'Mrs. Gels ,were Friday visitors at two children were last SundayAnthony's ChurCh, Upton, 8:30Velma B tterflead the E. R. Chatfield `home. Jaei afternoon and evening visitors at a.m., Sunday. St. Paul's Church Mr. and Mrs. Frank SI'~'~P ' spent Friday night .with the the Leo Crsgo home. Mr. and Sundance, i0:30 a.m., Sunday. Lind, a and Stilly Feb. 9-15 Mrs. Jesse Jones called at the ,F. O. Pearson home Monday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Gust WoHf. ,Mr. Mrs. Earl Wolff ere last Sunday visitors at the Wolffs. The Bunney school was hostess for, a V lentine party for the eachers and pupils of the Four Corners and Jgper Oak Creek school and for .the mothers and pre-school children on Friday af- ternoon. Kevin, Galen and Dan Moline attended the ,Freshman sponsor- ed dance in Sundance Saturday nigbt. The Moline ~amily went to the Jr. Hi basketball game Thursday night. The 'Rick Brengle ~mily were Wednesday evening visitors at the Dick Deyoe ,home. They were su,pper guests at the Jerry Ryan home Thursday. Seven tables of 500 were play- ed at the Rick Brengle home Sat- urday night. High prizes went to Mrs. Beet Lei and Jerry Ryan. Low went to Mrs: Al~red Hutch- ins and Steve Gels, who also won Geises. .Mr. and ,Mrs. Chatfield and John Paterson had dinner at Geises Saturday. Chuck and Frank Pearson had dinner at Geises Thursday. The school ,board met at the Henry Piekerd ,home this week. Mr. and (Mrs. Pickerd attended lenten services in Sundance Wed- nesday night. ,Mr. and Mrs- Willard Viergutz went to the wrestlin,g in Sun- dance Tuesday evening. Dick De- Toe was a caller this week. Mrs. ,Bill $ipe went to the Val- entine ,party at the school ,Friday. ,Mr. and Mrs. ,Bill Sige and ,Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hutchinson were Wednesday dinner guests at the Chris H~lmer home. Mr. and ,Mrs. Chris Hehner, Mr. and Mrs. ~h Hutchinson, and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Nelson were Saturday supper guests at the Bill Sipe home. The Bryce S~ger ~amily spent hst Sunday at the Ron Watson home. "Mr. and ,Mrs. Orville Shaun were Monday evening callers at the Alfred Hutchinson home. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson and .Leon The Rev. RId~rd Gilbert, Upton Church services - 9 am Sunday School - 10 a.m. W. S. C. S. Every Third 'rhur~ day. Proper weight-gain dur;ng pregnancy is an important aspect of Brengle and girls and Dane AND PLEDGE prenatal care and another reason why every mother-to-be should Noyce. Josie Vore was a Sunday seek regular medical care. ' afternoon visitor at the Frank D [ present, a woman must follow lany possible effect caused by Pearson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ion or .0 I a doctor's warnings about I insufficient or poor nutrition. Frank Pearson called at the gaining weight to safeguardl Scientists who challenge the Richard Ishmael ~ome last Sun- aa~ $61 her own health and that oil low-weight-gain school of day a~ternoon her child. Similarly, if a worn-Ithought in a normal, uncom- Fern Nelson came back from art's pre-pregnaney weight lplicated pregnancy, are of the R,~pid to her home in Belle Four- is well above average, such [ opinion that a woman may be che aRer a months vdsit with her as 180 pounds, dietary restric-[keeping down carbohydrate tions are extremely iraportant, land protein levels at the time daughter Mrs. Harry Corbett. Former Pledges and r~ Studies that have given rise]her unborn .child is most in Fern and Mable Wood spent Sun-Sundance Farmers Union to much of the re-thinkinglneed of nutmtlonal support, day at the A1 Nelson home. Af-M,r. and (Mrs. A. T. Ande about nutritional counseling [ March of Dimes Program ,ternoon viistors were Mrs. Harry Mamie MeAn.ally show that when a low-weight] The National Foundation- Corbett, Mrs. Delores Itowe and Dick Courcliaine woman, ' 120 pounds or less: [ March of Dimes, pledged to son John, ~pid Ci.ty and Dick Mr. and Mrs. Nels J. S~Ith mira xo. gam more man ~ [ the prevention of birth defects, Tally Rozet, spent the ~fternoon Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Trego pounas aurmg pregnancy~ sne [ is concerned with every aspect .there. ,Mr. and (Mrs. Nelson via- Sundancers 4-H Club re.more n~e~'.zo nave a vary I of prenatal care as a safeguard Red at the P~t Kirtg home one Crook-WelCmal Farmers U1 w~zn low arm wmgnt, O~lto mother and child. It has pounds .or un. der.. However, [launched prenatal care public af~ternoon. Stmdance Equipment Co. a smart pavy zs no~.cause~or[health education programs and (Mr. and Mrs. Leonard G. Sedg-Delbert Harba~gh concern ~n. every msmnce./~e[community services in major .wick were Thursday and FridayBen ~md Rt~by Sager . average arm we~gat is "~ m lmetropolitan centers and rural callers at the Gayle Wea~er Xi Theta, Beta Stgma P~I 7~ pounds in our country. ]areas. The program emphasizes home. J.K. Kanode These are some of the rea-[that every woman consult a bout 23 attended the irst De- Berenice Chatfleld sons why the medical profes-[doctor from the time she fensive Driving Course ~tt Alad- l.~aarlotte Cart sion is taking such sharp in-[suspects she is pregnant. Each terest in the field of nutrition. [ pregnancy is different and re- ~n Sunday afternoon. Stmdancem women's Scientists are studying the el-lquires medical supervision, league. fect, if any, that the daily [ The best advice an expectant Devils Tower VFW nutritional level of the mother lmother can follow are recom- SUNDANCE METHODI~$T Robert Streeter - has upon the child, as well as tmendations by her doctor. CHURCH Richard H. Durfee