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artists exhibition will be made. Those present for the occasion Also during the state meeting,were Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Clark, artists may display their paint- Oliver Clark and IMr. and Mrs. ings and compete in two areas-- Sam Lappe, Eileen and Marlin. the Congressional or University "Girl of the Year" Named of Wyoming traveling show. By Xi Theta Chapter Rounds said that 250 artists dis- Mrs. Florence Schulze Mrs. Jay R Durfee was named played over 1,000 paintings dur- The birthday of ~Mrs. Florence Xi Theta Chapter's "Girl of the ing the 1968 state meet. Schulze was celebrated at a fam- xear,, ,~ ,,_ during the regular meeting Elver Barker of Newcastle ily gatherin,g held in her ,home :: me group held Monday eve- instructed 16 people in art classes April 10. ~lng in the Durfee home. Mrs. here the past fall and win.tar in Cake and coffee were serves ~urtee who presently served as the .parish hall. The group isfor the occasion to Mrs. Schulze's , ~neta president will be pre- presently displaying paintings in daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. seated with a pin and recognized the Mental Health Center in the Tom Seeley, Tia and Todd, and gnurin~ the Beta Sigma Phi Crook county courthouse and ex- her sons, Mr. and Mrs. Fred ~tmCler's Day in Gillette, April pacts to place additional paint- Schulze and family and Dick ings there this summer. Schulze, Sundance; and Carl u_Thse planning to attend the A film strip with a record en-Schulze who works in Vietnam ~'oUnder's Day banquet and pro- titled "The Art of Seeing" wasand is ~home for several days vis- l~pran~ are requested to notify shown during the meeting by Don it. s. Durfee by Saturday, April Lee. ~' Hosting the event ,will be ~'~1~ta and Xi Delta chapters of Altar end Rosary Society ~ette. Pie,as Sale - Coffee Events were high and second high scor- ers, respectively, and Mrs. Pat- terson Keller, low. , A discussion was held and Mrs. Laughter Hosts Plans for a bakeless bake sale isd:as presented for providing AFW Brld~ Club ~ during the month of April and ii .... Mrs. John Laughter was host-a get-acquainted coffee in May ~: ~i :i ~mne talent numbers for the ess for the regular Thursday .were made by members of St. ~rraed Forces Day community banquet being planned by the morning meeting of the AFW Paul's Altar and Rosary Society (Air Force Wives) bridge club at their regular meeting held ~-eance Commercial Club. held in her home with two tables Friday, 1:30 p.m. in the TCEA ..For the evening's program, of cards in play. hospitality room. t01d~uest aboutSpeakerherMrS-anlL G'herLanderStwo Mrs. A. L. Anthony washigh Instead of the usual church s~t.ers, trip to England, Scotland scorer; Mrs. Jim Ford, second bake sale, society members will high and Mrs. Ted Szymanski, raise funds during the month or a(l Europe last year. Mrs. Land- low. April by contributing $2 each ers said that her family lived in England when they were children ~nd her oldest sislcr married a eotSman anti lived in Scotland ,,~any Years, so it was a sort of eturnin~ home" for them. The next club meeting will be held Thursday morning April 17 in the John Stephens residence. BIRTHDAYS to a hakeless, bake sale. At the suggestion of Father Cletus Prado, the society will host .a get-acquainted coffee for new comers in May in place of the traditional First Communion She said she was impressed Shelly Petersen hreakfast, ttowever, those hay- fluting the flight over the arctic Shelly Petersen, daughter of ing their First Communion will Circle by the t'act that the sun Mr. and ,Mrs. Larry Petersen, eel- be recognized at this time. set and rose a~ain in a matter of ehrated her eighth birthday with , The Madonna raffle was won ~nUtes. While in London, Mrs.a party held in the Petersen home by Mrs. Duane Hartl. .Refresh- 'sealers tohl of having tea on the Satmday afternoon, ments were served at the close terrace of the Itouses of Parlia- A "fish" theme was carried outof the meeting to seven by Mrs. ~ai M u's Reschedule 4~er Drive Mu Chapter of ,Beta Sigma ~m Sorority postponed their ~)~.~r"to-door canvass for Cancer tJ.rive funds ,Monday evening, due C ~ue weather, and rescheduled '.[ for next iMonday, April 21. ernbers will meet a.t ,the Frank Lakernan home at 7"30 p. m. bef starting the drive. , ,ms action .was taken at the ,~aaPter,s regular business meet- held :Monday night in the ' rae of Mrs. Blakeman rith 13 P~eSezR. Plans were finalized 'by chapter .embers who will attend Found- ~r's Day in Gillette, April 26, and e m.ittee was appointed to adle details relative to the ,aa er,s svonsorin an entrant ~ ~ g ., .the Miss Crook County scholar. alp Pageant. The chapter is nsoring {Miss Cathy Helmer in / ~ent, observing the reaction of ~with a fish-shaped birthday cake, Richard Macy. ( ~English people at the news of live goldfish for flavors and ~ * 1 ~oert Kennedy's assassination, games relating to fish. Mrs. A. L. Anthony ~1~ ~uUrlng stately homes and visit- Invited guests included Cindy Hosts B & T Club "~ - "~%~.i I "g her childhood home that isGray, Patty Pulse, Linda Walker, ov a boy's home. In Scotland, Karen Milis, Jolene Rindell, Jack- Two tables of cards were in play at the meeting of the B & T ' I tt]e ladies had lunch in the castle ie Wyatt and Janet Waugh. Shel- hridge club held Wedn(sday eve- -i~t" Madam McDougal,, .a relative ly had supper that evening with ning April 9 with Mrs. A. I,. An- ~ - 1 ~I Mrs. Landers sister ,Mrs. [Miss Waugh who was unable to thony of Sundance Air Force t~nude McDougal of Vancouver,attend the party. Station, hostess. k, Marlin Lappe Guest players Mrs Kenneth Mrs. Sam Lappe served ice Breiding and Mrs. Ted Szymanski cream and cake in the Lappe ~home Saturday afternoon in ob- servance of the 16th birthday of THE SUNDANCE TIMES Lappes' son Marlin. Sunclance, Wyo. April 17, 1969 i SUBSCRIBE NOW CAMPING NEWS WEEKLY Published Every Friday, Beginning May 2nd MAILED ~ ill AII~A ANYWHERE ~lil~ll~k lie .. us., ,ER YEAR America i newest Creeping and Outdoor weekly newspaper full of scenic photos and tempi,rig news of America's Western Out- doors. Send $5 to: CAMPING NEWS WEEKLY Box K, 251 Main St. Lander, Wyo. 82520 '"? event. The group decided to contribute to ,help send a second girl o Girl's StaCe. l Programs were presented dur- ;'.~g the evening ,by Mrs. Carl aYer on "Natural ,Enjoyment" ,by {Mrs. Kenneth {Montgomery X$[1 ', Nature." Both were taken ,~, ~rncms in ~Reader's Digest. t' " uusiasm makes the dif- ference,, ,was the the.me of Mrs. nayer,s presen,tation based on an article ,by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale. Mrs. Montgomery's pro- rara dealt with ' Arizona, Na. Paint Pot." ~lrs. Rollie Ita llinger will next chapter meeting lnhSt her v~e April 28. "Home of the One Shot Antelope Hunt" COMING TWO'S MUD BUTTE, S. D. These range-raised bulls carry the Zato Heir and Husker Mischief lines sad stand on good feet and Iges. 20 HOLSTEIN --- 20 GUERNSEY KEIL FARMS BELLE FOURCHE, S. D. These are Wiscon~in.brecl first calf heifers, ready to calve, some with calf at side. TB and B~ag~ fre~. APRIL 24 Bob Ehrich ~Aanager Area Code 605 Phone 892.2655 ~lu~, ante Artist~ Meet 'lPlay Paimti~ . . , ,The Sundanee rtists Assom- qon met in the ,Episcopal parish Tuesday evening to .make 1 ans for the coming state meet. of artists to be ,held in Casper, :~aY 17-18. Thirty paintings by ] even artists ,were displayed u rl g the session. ,,~ AssOciation president Ted " Unds said this ,week that pos- ~ibly four local artists will attend state meeting vhen selections r the 1970 Wyoming traveling The next chlb meet:ing will be he.ld in the Murray Collins home April 23. MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT As I am quitting my custom hay operation I will be selling the following at public auction -1 p.m. AT s Sioux NEWCASTLE, WYOMING 1965 New Holland 1280 self-propelled baler, twine tie, 1964 John Deero 215 12-ft. S. P. wiPxlrower with pickup reel, 1964 John Deere 896A 9-ft. side rake with rubber mounted teeth, 1960 John Deere 858 7-ft. side rake, 1960 New Holland Super 78 wire- tie baler with VH4D Wisconsin engine, hydraulic tension, 1965 John [~re baler elevator 17 ft. with engine, 1965 Farmhand bela accumulator, 1952 International truck one ton with stake body, 1964 John Deere 1010 gas tractor with 3-point hitch. 1960 Chevrolet truck with 4- speed transmission, 2-speed axle and 15V~ ft. flatbed, 8x20 ft. tandem trailer for hay or machinery, double rake d rmNbar - handles either two 7.ft. rakes or two 9-ft. rakes, 2-bottom 14-inch plow with three-point hitch, blade (Little Rhino) - 6-ft. reversible, 3-point hitch, hay head with pushoff and grapple for American stacker, HOUGH PAYLOAD- ER Model H70-20BH1584 with scoop and dozer. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: With haying season coming on be sure end attend this auction as there is being offered for sale some exceptional equipment. TERMS: CASH For inforn~tion cell Arnold Auction Service Tom Arnold Marilyn Arnold Auctioneer Clerk Ph. 746-2046, Newcastle, Wyo. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS