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h the Black Hills of WyomhtK i ii | I tl st ]ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Bid Harvey entertained her bridge club at her home in I~kandance Tuesday, April 2. The evening's play ended with {Mrs. ~erett Ackerman high, Mrs. ~lnney, second high, Miss Marion 'l~nomPsoU low and Mrs. Herb ~h won traveling prize. Light refreshments were served. ~ , x- ~0~N:'-D]ZLON Miss Pauline Lincoln became the bride of Leon Dillon on Sat- ~rday, March 30, at 2:30 p. m. II Broadu& Montana. The 'bride was attired in a green malt with 'black accessories a~d ~ore a corsage of pink rose buds and wMte cala lilies. The groom wore a gray business suit with a ~hite carnation boutonniere. The bride, daughter of Mr. and ~/rs. Alfred L. Lincoln of Upton, taa graduate of the Moorcroft high school and has been employ- ed in the local AAA office for the ~ast three and one half years. ._lPlqor to that time she worked as a mecret~rF in an insurance office Lusk, Wyoming. The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. ~[&ude Dillon, is a graduate of ~the 6undance high school and has! been serving in the Navy for thei I I I t, - - - by eP~/ss ~etty q)uca past throe and one half years. Prior to his entrance into the navy, he was employed in the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation. Witnessing the ceremony were Glen and Annabelle Lincoln, brother and sister of the bride, and Pauline Dillon, sister of the groom. NIELSON---STULTZ Miss Lucille Nielsen became the bride of Darrell Stultz in an in- formal wedding ceremony at the Presbyterian Church, Saturday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in Lara- mie, Wyoming. Dr. E. Kenneth Fearer performed this double ring ceremony. The bride wore a white after- noon dress with accessories of aqua and a corsage of talisman roses. Mrs. Merlin O'haver of Sun- dance, who was her sister's at- tendant, wore a gold colored dress with white accessories and a white carnation corsage. Following the weddi~tg a re- ception was held for the wedding party at the W. B. Autry home. , Miss Nielsen has been teach- ing at Laramie High School for the past two and a half years. She is a graduate of the Univer- sity of Wyoming, going from Alva Ill Get The RIGHT START Ceresan Semesau toward an assured crop Treat Your Seed Grains NOW We Have Copper Carbonate Formaldehyde Cheese Rennet Tablets Cheese Color Tablets Butter Color Lee's Pharmacy Sundance Leroy Schloredt I I II Wyoming. Mr. Stultz, who is from Atlantic, Nebr. is also a Univer- sity of Wyoming graduate. He has recently returned from two years duty overseas. Mrs. George Nielsen, her siz- tern, and her brothers attended the wedding. .][ .... - LESTER MAUCH MARRIES ~0. GIRL The marriage of Arlene Castle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Castle of Willow Springs, Missouri and Lester Mauch son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mauch of Sundance took place Sunday, March 10 at 9:00 a. m. at the home of the .brides brother, Ray Castle of West Plains, Me. The double ring cere- mony was performed by Rev. Ken- neth L. S~tter, of the First Baptist Church. The bride wore a deep blue suit with powder blue accessories. Her corsage was white carnations: and gardenias. She carried a love- ly embroidered handkerchief thatj Mr. Mauch had sent her from Paris. The bride's attendant was a niece, Lorene Castle, and Ray Castle acted as best man. Besides the bridal party, those present were Mrs. Ray Castle and the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Castle and Fred Castle a brother of the bride of Willow Springs, Me. The bride graduated from the Willow Springs High School In 1941. For the past two years she has been a student nurse in St. Johns Hospital l~ Springfield, ]do. The groom was recently dis- charged from the army where he served with the engineers for three years. He spent 2 years in the European theatre. The couple were honored at a wedding luncheon at the Ray Castle home. They left that after- noon for Norfork River for a .brief honeymoon. X WORTHY I[ATRON OF O. E. S. TO VISIT SUNDANCE APRIL 9 Worthy Grand Matron of Wyo- Eastern Star, Bess Benson will pay her official visit to Electa Chapter No. 5 Tuesday, April 9th. At 6:30 there will be a banquet, which will .be followed by the meeting in the chapter rooms. Charge for the dinner will be $1.00 per plate. All members of the chapter are urged to attend the banquet and the me.eting fol-~ lowing. Those intending to at- tend the banquet are asked to ad- vise Mrs. Richard Hooper, Worthy Matron of the Sundance chapter. X Joe Frank celebrated his birth- day March 29th at his ranch home near Sundance when friends and relatives came in for a 6:00 o'clock dinner. ..... Aladdin Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Middlemas and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. i Wyman from near Belle Fourehe and Mr. and Mrs. John Wyman and son John Jr. were Sunday guests at the Chas. Wyma~ home. Louie Blake returned last week Thursday from Rapid City where he had submitted to surgery a few weeks ago an, d had made a fine recovery. Mrs. Callie Ttnckcom of Los Angeles California has been here visiting her father Louie Blake and other relatives. She plans on leaving for home Monday. Chas. Wyman and children Vic- toria, Elsie and Merl also grand- son Kenneth Middlemas, Mrs. Jas. Gordon and son Walter and Mrs. Bertha Willson were among those from Aladdin who were Belle Fourche visitors Saturday. Bob Blake and sister Mrs. Cal- lie Tinckcom were Aladdin shop- pers Saturday afternoon and also brief callers at WYma~s. Kenneth Middiemas, who at- tends the Upper Beaver creek school spent the week-end with ThmmdzT, &pril 4, ill home folks. Chas. Wyman was a caller at A. J. Patttnson's last week Wed- nesday. X, Superintendent Hazel Kelly and daughter Phyllis were visit- i~g friends in Spearfish Sunday afternoon. 1~imwriter Ribbons at the Deaf $10 HEAR CLEARLY I0 DAY FREE TRIAL Automatic Hearing Aid with- out wires or batteries. Worn on ear inconspicuous. Flesh tinted, featherweight, used bY thousands. Send today for in- formation. HEARING AID DIST. Fkd. P.~). B6x4844Phila. 24,Pa. Name ............................................. Address ..................................... ,. ....... City ............ . ............ State ..~ VIG0.R0 Victory Garden Fertilizer The square meal for all plants A Complete Plant Food VIGORO is a wonderful fertilizer for all grounds prepared for seeding, as well as for established lawn~ / WE WILL LOAN our Vlgoro spreader to anyone purchasing VIGORO fertilizer. C. D. Roberts Sundance Wyoming the Spring There was an Old Woman who lived in a shoe Must of Been Short of Lumber at That Time Too,, COME IN AND ASK FOR WHAT YOU WANT! We May Have It .AND Maybe Not Hart Brothers Lbr. & Hdw. Sundance, Wyo. Her heart will sing with joy if you give her a Keepsake . . . through six decades the choice of America's loveliest brides. Kd 0gake DIA&tOH0 EHGAGtMENf IllMO Kate Callahan Jeweler Lead, So.