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Westover became [] ceremony afternoon at Mt. Lutheran Church. full - length white organdy gown with a square neckline and carried a bridal bouquet of white carnations and red roses tied with long blue Dudley Johnson velvet streamem. the 2 p.m. cere- Maid of honor Robin Hughes wore a full - length Westover, Sun- blue polyester gown and ~l Gerald Westover, carried a bouquet of white the bride, carnations and red roses. Howard Allen, Leland Pickerd served as are the parents ofbest man. music as played at the and Mrs. "Sands of ia marriage by her the bride wore a will 'be honored tribute during Sundance Jobs eVerling. which by a carry- during April Queen Bar- presiding. Mary Pulse Cmard- v ere in- ceremonies will during Monday and a set for Sunday were Friendship S.D., Grand and home- Grand Guard- Grand bank was pre- the bethel by and several their birthday served Kathy Hoy- Schlup. refreshment next meet- Patty Hibbard. 4~, the official The reception was held in the church basement follow. ing the ceremony and was served by the Lutheran Women. The couple's wed- cling cake w/m baked by Nan Oison. visit of Worthy Grand Ma- tron Daryl L. Dutcher of Cheyenne on March 25th. A carry-in dinner preceded the meeting, and entertainment was provided by Utah Mar- shall who sang several selec- tions, accompanying himself on the guitar. Mrs. Carole Blakeman, Worthy Matron, and Ray- mond Dennis, Worthy Patron presided over the evening's meeting. In addition to Mrs. Dutcher, other distinguished guests present included: Mrs. Helen A. McDowell of Pine Bluffs, Grand Chaplain; Mrs. Delma Clark of Grey- bull, Grand Marshall; Mrs. Redell Hooper of Stmdance, Grand Organist; and Mrs. Diana Sweet of Newcastle, Grand Representative. Also welcomed were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hejde, Worthy Patron and Worthy Matron of Elects Chapter, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Gose, Worthy Patron and Worthy Matron of Upton Chapter, Following the exemplification fo ritual- istic work, Mrs. Dutcher addressed the membership on the subject of "Human Relationships". Following her talk, she was presented with an honorary member- ship in Pine Cone Chapter and personal gifts from the Chapter. Mr. Sam Peterson of Lan- der, Worthy Grand Patron had planne& to attead the meeting, but due to severe APRIL 14, IFF/ INDANCE TIMES PA dg 7 weather in the Lander area, his plans were cancelled. An evening storm in Northeast Wyoming curtailed the plans of many visitors to attend, and only 39 members and visitors were in attendance. At their regular meeting on April 6th, members of Pine Cone Chapter made ,plans to have Friendship Night on May 18th, and hope that the winter's storms will be over by that time so that many visitors will be able to attend. LAWRENCE CRAWFORDS OBSERVE 45th EVENT Mr. and Mrs. L wrence Crawford celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary at their home in Sundance April 1. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Crawford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Sell and Linda, Lamoine and Lonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Farley, Jeanette and Valerie, Mr. and Mrs. Lin- dell Crawford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark and daughters and Dormie Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Man- ders and Wade. The Crawfords received a phone call from their son Larry, Newell, S.D. and called their daughter, Donna Herman, in Casper. Guests were served ice cream and a cake baked and decorated by JoAnn Peter- SOn. XI THETA MEMBERS MEET MONDAY Xi Theta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday eve- ning, April ii, at Tri- County's Hospitality Room. Emma Lou Barnes was host- ess. The chapter welcomed Shirley Knox as a new mem- ber. She is transferring from Gillette. Lindy Hartman was a guest. Due to the conflict with the State Bowling Tournament, only eleven members could make reservations for Foun- ders Day to be held in Upton April 23. Votes were cast for "Girl with a music background and incorporated photographs, cartoon drawings, and works of art. It was well done and well received. VFW Auxiliary To Meet Monday Plans for attending the District 2 spring meeting in Upton April 24 will be made when the VFW Auxiliary meets Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Jess Ks- node with Mrs. Loren O'Haver hostess. The meet- ing is set for 8 p.m. The District 2 meeting will be held in the high school gymnasium with lunch at the Western Care at $4.75 per person. During the meeting Mon- day evening the slate of officers for 1977-78 will be presented. Duplicate Bridge A #,-table Howell move- ment was played by mem- bers of Sundance Duplicate Bridge Club April 5. Results were Clara Harvey and Edna Binney, first; Mil- dred Durfee and Ethel Sharp second; and Donna and Howard Allen, third. GOP Women Schedule Tuesday Meeting Crook County Republican Women will meet Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at Mateo Village near Devil' s Tower. Mrs. Jesse Hoese, club president, said a regular business meeting will follow the no-host luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tal- iey Jr., Beulah, and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Livingston, New- castle, have announced the approached marriage of their children, Peggy Marleen Talley and Douglas Jay Liv- ingston. A May 28 wedding is planned by the couple. Both graduated from Sun- dance High School in 1974. Miss Talley attended the University of Wyoming and is presently employed in the Department of Adult Educa- tion, Laramie..Livingston is employed by Newcastle Tank, Inc. He graduated from Eastern Community College in 1976. HISTORICAL SOOETY TO MEET MONDAY The Crook County Histor- ical Society will meet Mon- day evening at Aladdin. The meeting has been scheduled for 8 p.m. and will be held in the community buddy. LINDA FETERSON TOPS FRINCEgq Linda Peterson was named of the Year" and "Pledge of April 6 with Mardell Palmer, the Year". These will be club leader, presiding. announced and honored atThe club showed a loss of Founders Day. 17 pounds and a gain of 3 aA The chapter voted to plant pounds. some evergreens at the cem- Gerry 'Jansen was wel- etery for a service project corned as a new member. this spring. Shirley Gui Bret Gaylmd On Band Tour Brett Gaylord will be fea- tured in lead trumpet solos during the annual spring tour eastern South Dakota April 11-14 by the South Dakota School of Mines and Tech- nology jazz band. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gaylord, Sundance. The jazz band will also present a concert April 17 at 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the tech physical education center, according to Jim Fischer, director of music activities at the college. Hulett Past Noble Grands Meet Past Noble Grands of Hulett Rebekah Lodge 34 met at the home of Mrs. Florence Bunney March 17 "Princess of the Week" for for a carry-in noon dinner the Wednesday Night TOPS f llowed by a business meet- Club when members met ing, A silent auction was held which brought in $14.90. The next meeting was set for April 21 at the home of Mrs. Eunice Huckins at noon Members are asked to bring articles for a contin- uation of the auction. held with Judi Canfield, pre- sident; Chuck Jones, vice president; Sue Canfield, see- retary; I slie Waugh, trea- surer; Nancy Leger, Mary Swenson, Kelly Cramer, and Lynn Sell, song leaders; Craig and Cecil Jones, re- creation leaders; Brenda Maynard, reporter; and the entire club, historians. The club decided to hold its meetings the first Sunday of every month. Project leaders are Jean Jones, leathercraft; Lucile Cramer, cooking; and Marilyn Canfield, room magic. Club leader is Anna Canfield with Marilyn Can- field, co-leader. Kara Kats 4-H Club The second meeting of the Kara Kats 4-H club was held April 5, in the courthouse basement. The meeting was called to order by President Judi Can- field. Pledges wore led buy Sue Canfield. The minutes of the last meeting were read by the secretary with no corrections needed. Roll call was taken with, 11 members, four leaders, and mend, Arlie Maynard, Pare Gregsons Visit one visitor present. Joubert, and Pat Mollen- Sen at West Point Think Spring - and then No old business was dis- brink were appointed to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Greg-come see all the fresh new cussed. make the arrangements and son and Joe and Miss Carrie styles for ladies and children New business was brought plan a work day. Carson, Helena, Mont., via- at the Jack and Jill Shop in up-f-Dues were brought up. Peggy Jensen reported ited Cadet Jeff Gregson, a S d . A motion was made and that they would like to give plebe at the United Stateun ance the kids participating in the Military Academy, West ....... , ,, seconded that each member Bike-a-Thon apples this year Point, NewYork, duringthe I [SIRTHf pay $l for dues. instead of hot dogs. The annual Plebe Parent Week- Motion carried. chapter voted to furnish a end activities March 30 ,, _ Our project books were box of apples. The entire through April 3. passed out. proceeds this year are to go to the hospital. Donna Short and Chris Wahl volunteered to work. Peggy ,Jensen also said that the Commercial Club is sponsoring a city clean-up day and members are asked to participate. Terry McNutt asked that all members working on the project for Founders Day have their material to her by April 19. An auditing committee of Shorryl Mooney, Bonnie Beaudoin, and Emma Leu Barnes was appointed. Chris Wahl gave a inter- esting Body Language. It was narrated Cadet Gregson, a 1976 graduate of Newcastle High School, escorted his family and friends as they had an opportunity to meet with faculty members and gain first-hand knowledge of the rigorous schedule followed by plebes at the military academy. Think Spring - and then come see all the fresh new styles for ladies and children at the Jack and Jill Shop in Sundance. Livingston Mr. and Mrs. Perry Liv- ingston are the parents of a son bern March 6 at Weston County Memorial Hospital, in Newcastle. He weighed 7 pounds, 71/2 ounces and has been named Travis Ellis. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thomp- son, Cheyenne. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Livingston, New- castle. Kara Kate 4-H Club The first meeting of the Kara Kats 4-H Club was held March 8 in the courthouse SHOP ATHOME IT PAYS ..... ' hmemmit. ..... Election of officers was Brenda Maynard made a motion that the meeting be adjourned. Seconded by Leslie Waugh. Motion Carried. Raffle tickets were also passed out. Brenda Maynard Reporter Think Spring - and then come see all the fresh new styles for ladies and children at the Jack and Jill Shop in Sondance. TIMES CLASSn m " Gets Rosulm