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Mr. smi Mrs. lh~m~is Monls, Whestland, smi Mr. and Mrs. James Morris, WoHand, announce the engagement of their daughter and son, Debbie Marie and Louis Allen. Miss Morris is a 1975 graduate of Sundance High School and is presently attending Casper CoUege. Her fiance is a 1973 graduate of Sundance High School and a 1975 graduate of Casper College. He is presently employed in the computer department at Little America in Cheyenne. A June 25 wedding is being planned by the couple. GOP WOMEN TO HEAR LEGISLATORS Representative Nels Smith and Senator Earl Christensen will be guests of the Crook County Republican Women's Club at a no-host luncheon meeting in Sundance Mar. 15. The meeting has been scheduled for 12:30 p.m. at the Log Cabin Care. Smith and Christensen will speak on the recent legisla- tive session and all inter- ested persons are invited to attend the meeting to hear the legislators present their resumes. TOPS Chapter Fornm at Beulah A new chapter of TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) weight - control organization has been formed in Beulah. The chapter meets each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Lou Hamilton's home in the Blakemaa Trailer Court. Officers of the chapter are: Lou Hamilton, leader; Zelma Hoyer, co-leader; Phyllis Clingman, secretary; Fran Griswold, treasurer; Joette Peterson, weight recorder; and Mae Evans, reporter. Further information about TOPS and the new chapter may be obtained by calling Mrs. Hamilton at 643-3389; or Mrs. Griswold at 643-2145. Hulett Rebekalm Hold Meetings Attendance was down for the February meetings of Hulett Rebekah Lodge 34. Attendance was down for the February meetings of Hulett Rebekah Lodge 34. The chapter met on the 14th and the 18th of the month and noted that none of the members were able to attend the testimonial dinner for Dorothy Beyer, president of IARA, in Rapid City, or the dinner in Casper honoring Mavis Paull, vice-president of IARA. Jimmy DeLancey and Cindy Crooks were winners of the local United Nations Pilgrimage Speech Contest and participated at the dis- trict contest in Gillette Feb. 27. Others attending the district event were Myrtle Rathbun, Shirley Rathbun, Janell Garner, Mary ]:)el Hauber and Amy Singleton, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie De- Lancey and Mike. The chapter has been in- vited to participate in Sun- dance Hobby Days. March meetings of the lodge will be on the 14th and 28th at 7:30 p.m. B & T BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Roger Mathis was hostess to members of the B & T Bridge Club at her home March 2 with three tables of cards in play. Guests were Mrs. Howard Allen, Mrs. Bill Lind, and Mrs. Bob Sherrard. Mrs. Allen had high score for the evening with Mrs. Dmme Hartl, second; Mrs. Glen Wyatt, third; and Mrs. Jiggs James, low. The club will meet at the home of Mrs. Bud Miller on March 16. Former Resident Vo-Tech Graduate Rhoda Wilson DeWeose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wilson, Alva, gradu- ated from the Lake Area Vocational Technical Insti- tute of Cosmetology Feb. 24, and will be employed at the Beauty Shop in Columbus, Miss. She is a 1975 graduate of Hulet High School. Wednesday Night TOPS Club Loses Nine members of the Wednesday Night TOPS Club met Mar. 2 and showed a loss of 14 pounds and a gain'of 6~A pounds. Linch Peterson was recog- nized as "Princess of the Week." E/leen Rawhouser Becomes Bride The United Methodist Church in Sundance was the setting for the wedding of Eileen Rawhouser and Larry G. Coleman Saturday, Mar. 5. The Rev. Gene Hagerman officiated. Karol Miner served as matron of honor and Tim Bennett as best Inan. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lappe. Those attending were Mike and Tina Rawhouser, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Lappe and T.J., Karol Miner, Tim Ben- nett, Shirley Guimond, Carol Westover, Oliver Clark, and the host couple, all of Sun- dance; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coleman and Merle Coleman Devil's Tower; Mr. and Mrs. John Coleman, Belle Fourche, and Ken Robinson, Gillette. The couple is at home in Sundance where the groom is employed as undersheriff with the Crook County Sher- iff's Office. GOP Ladies Set Luncheon-Style Show Fashions from the Jack & Jill Shop & Durfees will be shown during a luncheon and style show to be held March 19 in the Community Room of the courthouse in Sun- dance. The event is being sponsored by the Crook County Republican Women. Mexican food will be fea- tured for the luncheon but a variety of other salads will also be offered. The event is set for i p.m. and tickets may be pur- chased from any club mem- ber. BIRTH/ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sharp are the parents of a baby girl born Feb. 17 at Rapid City Regional West Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces and has been named Katherine Ann. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Brunson and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sharp, all of Sundance. Maternal great - grand- parents are Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Brunson, Sundance; and Mrs. Caroline Steiger, Pacific, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ben- der, Griffith, Ind., are the parents of a daughter born Feb. 27 at St. Mere-- Hospital, Hammond, Ind. The baby weighed 6 lbs. 8 ozs. and has been named Barbara Jo. This is the couple's first child. Mrs. Bender is the former LuAnne Thomas. Maternal grandparents are "Millard and Juanita Thomas, Hulett; while Oliver and Verna Bender, Pierre, S.D., are the paternal grandpar- ents. County School District Hosts Law Seminar A traveling law seminar, hosted by Crook County School District No. One, was held in Moorcroft Tuesday night. Presenting the program were Dr. Maurice Wear and Dr. Vince Pickard, both of the University of Wyoming. Topics were "Development, MARCH I0, 1977 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 6 !: :!~i:~ ' Five generatioan ht the J.H. Draine family ere IdCtured above. At the far right is Mr. Draine, Wood, S.D.; seated next to him is his daughter, Mrs. Frank Petera, Sundance; her son, Bob Petera, Sturgis, S.D.; and Petera's daughter, Velda Johnson. Mrs. Petera holds Mrs. Johnson's son, Michael. of Student Rules and Regu- lations" and "Discipline of Students. Attending the seminar were school administrators, board members and teachers from northeast Wyoming. County FmHA Office Closed March 16-17 The Crook County Farmers Home Administration office in Sundance will be closed March 16 and 17. Office personnel will be attending a training meeting on those days. School Menu March 14-18 Monday- Stew, chocolate pudding, peanuts {cup), cel- ery stick, corn bread, milk. Tuesday - Fried chicken, creamed cabbage and car- rotts, sliced pineapple, rolls- butter, milk. Wednesday - Turkey and gravey, biscuits, lettuce, ba- nanas, milk. Thursday - Spanish rice, apple salad, cinnamon roll, corn, milk. Friday- Goulash, Green beans, peanut granule pie, carrot sticks,, milk. Miller Creek Opal Ondin Mr. and Mrs. Herman White were in Sundance Tuesday where Mrs. White consulted Dr. Gattis, she w~ suffering with a bad cold. White's were in Sundance Friday and visited Mrs. Wy- man Bushnell. DOn Roberts, Hulett, delivered gas and visited at Herman White's Saturday. Tina Garman attended the girls basketball game in Sundance Tuesday evening and accompanied Wayne to the FFA speech meeting at the Sundance School Thurs- day evening. Mary Garman and Tina shopped and trans- acted business in Spearfish Mrs. John Tenke Bradley spent day morning until evening visiting at the of her parents, the Rathbun's, while working out of town. Fern Grubb visited Clara Grubb in Tuesday and called Oudin's enroute Hulett. Bud Willson at Hal Oudin's enroute to Spearfish. and Mrs. Hal Oudin in Sundance called on relatives. BECAUSE SHE'S YOURS We will be closed from March 19 through March 27 open March 28. Sundance and Belle Fourche saturday. Mrs. Roger Rathbun transacted business in Sun- dance Thursday and visited at the elementary school in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun and family. attended the wrestling match at the Sundance School Fri- day evening and visited at the Tom Beagle home after- wards. Saturday evening they were supper and eve- ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnes. W. F. Newland Registered Diamond ] James Ph. 283-2459 Founder Manager i GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY PRICED reenwoo anc Newland & Son COLONY WYOMING :ii;: 10 to .... 2 All "Cross Your Heart' , Styles Ph. 283-2082 S /