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One of nature's kings, a white. tail buck, is seen closeup by Don Lee's camera. Lee captured the buck on film for all time in the Medicine Bow area. Photo by Don Lee Episcopal Women Schedule Spring Work and Social Events Episcopal Church Women of the Church of the Good Shep- herd made ,plans for a variety of spring work and social activities during their regular meeting held Thursday evening in the rectory with president "Mrs. Ted Rounds presiding. Follo~ving opening prayers, de- votions were read by "Mrs. Edith Thompson. Heading a schedule of activi- ties set by ~he group is ,the an- nual church cleaning to be held this coming Thursday, April 17, beginning at 9 a.m. It was re- ported that a mens' work party has nearly completed painting the walls of the parish hall, bath- rooms, kitchen and hallway. Plans ,were discussed for a car- ry-in dinner Saturday, April 26 at which the Rt. Rev. J. Wilson [Hunter, Bishop of the Diocese of Wyoming will be honored during his visit to the church for con- firm~tion the following Sunday morning. This ,will be one of ,the Bishop's last parish visits be- fore his retirement this month. The annual I~CW spring tea has been set for Thursday, May 1 with WIrs. Lloyd Cole and Mrs. John Windsor co-chairman. The ~ea will feature an art exhibit by 'the Sundance Artists Assn. and {Mrs. Stan Hathaway will be in- vited to be guest speaker. Each ECW member is asked to pro- vide twQ dozen cookies for the tea. . May 8-9 ~re the dates set for the annu~l ECW spring rummage lale. Work onsale articles will begin Wednesday morning, May 7 after the l0 a.m. Holy Com- munion service. The sale will open at 7 p.m. the following Thursday evening and continue at 8:30 a.m. until noon Friday. Those with items for the sale may leave them at the parish hall or con,tart ~Mrs. Harold Bernd or the Roy. Patterson Keller for pickup. A film on the Dominican Republic will be shown during the iMay ECW meeting that will be held in the parish hall Thurs- day afternoon May 8. After the business session, Mrs. Lee Schloredt showed slides of the Schloredt's trip 'to the Ha- waiian Islands in November. Re- freshments were served by "Mrs. Rounds. Wyoming Prize~- Winning Newspaper 1968 Town and Country Bridge Club Notes Mrs. John Laugh,ter and ,Mrs. IMurray Collins ,were guest play- ers at the meeting of the Town and Country bridge club held Wednesday, April 9 in ,the home of Mrs. Edith Thompson. High scorer was Mrs. Laughter: second high, "Mrs. R. ~I. ~ort; and low, Mrs. R. ~M. Bern& IMrs. Bernd was to host the next club meeting in her home Wed- nesday. Thursday, April 17-Italian din- ner, jello. Friday, April 18~Eskimo pie, banana bread, corn, half orange. Monday, April 21&Iot beef sand- wiches, peaches, raisin mumbles. Tuesday, April 22~reat North- ern casserole, cornbread, fruit salad. Wednesday, April 23- Pizza, cheese, carrot 'and celery sticks, jello. ELECTION PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, i,t is necessary that an election be .held for the pur. pose of electing a mayor for the term of two years and two coun- cilmen for a ~erm of four years each, for the Town of the City of Sundance, Wyoming. I there- fore, by virtue of the power vest- ed in me as mayor of the Town of the City of Sundance, Wyo- ming, do hereby proclaim ~hat an election will be held in the Town of the City af Sundance, Wyoming in the Northside Pre- cinct No. 1 a't the City Hall and in the Southside Precinct No. 2 at the Methodist Church base- ment on ~he second Tuesday in "May, 1969, to,wit: ,May 13, 1969, between the hours of 9:00 o'clock A.~. and 7:00 o'clock P.M. for the purpose of electing a mayor for the term of two years and two councilmen for a ~term of four years each, for the said Town of the City of Sundanee, Wyoming. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming, this 7th day of April, 1969. Gerald W. Popham, ~Iayor (SEAL) ATTEST: ;Phyllis JMcLaughlin, Clerk April 10-17-24, 1969. Blacktail Hustlers Club Holds Meeting at Hulett Regular meeting of the Black. :tail Hustlers 4-H Club was held April 10 at the Ba,ptist church in ttulett. Flag pledges ,were led by Teresa Lawson and Todd Rush. Sixteen members answered roll call with "What is Good Citizen- ship?" Two new members, Teddi Thorne and Danny ,Brimmer joined the club. qPlans for swimming at Lead were discussed and transportation ,will 'be furnished ,by memberss. J.oyce Grubb and Denise Clark were named to meet with the ]tulett city .council and discuss the club's plans for a civil de- fense project. It was announced that bo,th the sewing and tractor care project groups have ,held three meetings. The next tractor care project meeting will be held April 19 at the home of Wayne Shaw. The club also discussed ~che possi- bility of holding a tractor driving contest for members taking a ,tractor .project. The even would be held in conjunction with the annual club ~our. Named 'to ~he committee to plan a float for the Hulett rodeo were {Mrs. Edna Scoggin, Wayne Sha,w, Veronica DeLancey and Kyle .Shaw. Following the meeting, demon. strations were given by Kim Shaw, "Divide and Conquer"; Jana Shaw, "The Hoof"; and Denise Clark, "Man's First Apparel." Refreshments ,were served by Jana and Kim Shaw and Danny Scoggin. Next meeting of the club will be held at 7:30 p. m..May 1 in the ag room. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of ,Minnie Thompson, also known as Minnie V. Thompson, Deceased. Notice is hereby given ,t,hat letters testamentary have been granted to Che undersigned executrix by the District Court of Crook Coun~ty, Wyoming, in the above estate, and tha,t all persons having .claims against said estate are required to file them with the necessary vouchers in the office of the Clerk of the above named court or to exhtbR .them with the necessary vouchers on or be- fore six months after A,pril 17, I 1969 the date of the first publi-! cation of this notice to the under'| signed executrix at the law { offices of Reynolds & Hughes i~ | Sundance, Wyoming, and if sue | claims are not so filed or ex-[ hi bited, they will be forever I ,barred. | ated this 17th day of April, 19~,| Mary Claar, | Executrix s | Reynolds & Hughes, Attorney | April 17-24 May 1 I i Crook-Weston FU Members [ Hear President at Meeting . [ Rocky ,Mountain Farmers Uni0~ [ President Charles HanOVer, [ Cheyenne Wells, Colo., spoke lit [ the meeting of the Crook-West0~ | Farmers Union in Upton April ll.~l iHanavan called for renege,| efforts in solving the problems 0tz-| agriculture and rural Ameri8.| tie said .Farmers Union prograras | are gaining wider acceptance as| necessary to stem the movemeS~| from the country to the citi!| and to preserve rural towns anO | institutions. | Accompanying Hanavan ~| Rudy Rutar, Torrington,.1 director, ,who outlined plans t0r| improving the Wyoming Farrner~| Union organization. [ CARD OF THANKS . [ We wish to thank the people| who sent us cards during o| recent bereavement. 'I | Due to the fact ~that our n~)| ne Pel~sonally thank a~Y! : y and Shirley Bucl~8~ Rocky Hopson, a Casper C01:[ lege student, spent .the weekeS| at hon~e with his parents, ~Ir:[ and ,Mrs. Richard Durfee pri0.~| .to entering the .U.S. Navy AP~| 17. Mr. and Mrs. Durfee a~| Rocky and ~rs. Everett Ack'| man of Upton dined out in :Be~| Fourche Saturday evening in 0~| servance of Mrs. Durfee's a~| iMrs. Ackcrman's birthdays tl~| occur this month. ,Mrs. l)urfee | mother, ,Mrs. Art Duca and sister,| Kathy Duca of Newcastle joill.et| the Durfee family and Rocky I0f| ~Mrs. Durfce's birthday din~e.| Sunday. Afternoon callers ,~,eff| Mrs. Durfee's :brother and farnil$| Mr. and ~irs. Wayne Duca a~| Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and gir; | of Upton. e Sun Continuing The Crook County News An Independent Newspaper MF.A4BER A$,~oc/etion - FounttR~l 1RPJ~ Published Every Thursday bf The Times Publishing Co. The Times Is legal newspaper for ell publlcatlo~ John E. Llndsey, Publisher Charlotte L. Lind~ey, Circulation Manager Howard Alien, News Editor, Adv. Manager Subscription Rates: To P. O. Address in Wyomlnl~ and Butte, Lawrence and Carl" er Counties, $4.00 per year. To P. O. Address outside WYe" mlng $4.50 per year. Minimum Subscription, 6 rook $2.50 Nine Months Student Subscription $3.00 NOTE: If changing Ilklr~, pieale INCLUDE former dress. Also give Box or Str~t No. end your ZIP CODE. Entered at the postofflce $$ Sundance, Wyoming 82729, s# second, class matter under act of March 3, 18/9. h Pl )t ~'1~ q