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Cture above captures a scene the musical, "Oklahoma," by the Hulett high music department April 11 Under the direction of John W. Was the first musical ever on the Hulett school Cast in the musical were Ver- onica DeLancey, Mary Ann Ford, Iral Wayne Aaberg, Kathy Neiman, David Wolfskill, Ron Raber, Rob-Progr Set err Atkinson, Sally Pannell and am Kathy Ridinger. Jill Bush was solo dancer while dancehall girls were Debbie Tels- Y row, LuAnne Thomas, Patricia qPlans have been made for the u,~h.e musical contained songs Conroy, Sandy Watts and Gayle ,TY'oh ha '0" ve long been favorites- Reed. The hoedown was executedannual Rural Life Sunday pro- ,.r~'What A Beautiful Morning," by the seventh graders, gram which will be held ~Y[ay 18 . ne SUrrey With the Fringe on at Devils Tower National Monu- ,I.~p,,, "1 Can" e k, ,, ,,o..o-ie Will ~ay ,.o. r= v, Mrs. Gerald Storie played the ment, according to Mrs. Betty ,,,C: Say We're in Love" end piano and Richard Rymill painted Necklason, chairman of the Rural VKlahoma.,, the props and backdrops. Life Sunday committee. The program will be held at the lower picnic ground starting ~Y Parents' Night Mrs. Albert Proctor. A demon-at 10 a.m. Twenty 444 clubs ~rill ~tls Poatp~l stration, "Focus on Freezing,"participate in the program with ~_ u pt. Gerald Wolfe said this .will be given. ~l~vek that Parents' Night, origin- 4-Hgram.memberSThe publicCnductingis invitedChe prO.to ~ Planned for ,Monday,has Local Couple to Attend attend. h.~" Postponed He saidthe Meeting in Les Vegas Mrs. ~lecklason said the ~heme ~'ugrara will be'~ held later. - "Mr. and Mrs. Kenne~:h ~]enfiick; of this year's program will be owner-operators of the Bear "Give to Others." Lodge Motel are leaving Friday Other members of the commit- ~:rl~la Nev. where tee are Mrs. Lloyd Rolf, Mrs. Homemakers Club for Las Vegas, they ~: Regular Meeting will attend the annual meeting George Larsen, ~W_xs. John Alex. .. e regular monthly meeting of the l~iendship inn Referral ander, Miss Llnda Simons and ut t~ ra~,_"e Carlile Livewires Home- Group. Meetings of the group county Extension agents, Virginia ~ers Club ,was held April 9 at will be held in the New Frontier Ramsey and Warren T. Ferrell. ~.aorae of .Mrs. Loren Altaffer. Motel. ~Use of bad roads, only five While enroute to and from the ~naber ~_ s and one guest were meeting, the Bennicks plan toMr. and :Mrs. George Beagle 'esent ~Iol)by Day was discussed and make visitations at membership and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bernd motels, and Sandy were among those who ~e~,~lub hopes that several will Managing the Bear Lodge ,Me. attended a dinner in the home gate_~ Ulsplays. The club has also tel for Bennicks during their ex- of Mrs. Kate Swartz in Gillette iala~ered some handicraft mater- pected ten-day trip, will be Mr. Sunday in honor of ,the birthdays lett~ur the Pioneer Manor in Gil- and .Mrs. Ralgh ~Iolmes of Gil- this week of ~rs. Beagle and beNe~ meeting of the club will lctte, former motel operators. Harris Swartz. ~r. Beagle and THE SUNDANCE TIMES the Bernds also called on Mrs. aeld ~May 14 At the home of Sundance, Wyo. April 17, 1969 Jerry Davis that afternoon. |1~-- r~e Scoutmaster Welly I~Un~_.r (center) end two mem- oir Sundance Boy Scout Troop 62, Russell Crego, left, and Randy Proctor, hold the awards won by the troop at the April 12 exposition in Spearfish. The local troop won the presi- dential award end a blue ribbon during the annual event. ,rice Junior Hig B Tournament Coach Earl Gray's Sundance junior high wrestlers placed third in the northeast Class B district tournament held at Mid- west Saturday. Moorcroft captured the tour- ney ,with 107 points while Mid- west ranked second with 81. Sun- dance totaled 74 points for third position. Other point totals were Upton 67; Woodland Park 20; and Hulett 4. The Bullpups captured three individual cro~vns - Dale Cornelia, 104 lbs.; Kelly Proctor. 170; an,I Dan Van Litsenbourgil, 152. Other individual champions were: 72 - Steve ttall. Moorcroft: 80 Norman Jespersen, Moorcroft; 88 - Bruce Coggeshall, Midwest: 96 - Tim Blakeman, Moorcroft; 112 - Delmar Taylor, Moorcroft: 128 - Dick Eisenhauer, Upton; 136 - Kirby Duvall, 'Moorcroft; 144 - .Fred McKenna, Mid, west; and heavyweight - Ron Dowdy, ~pton. Irene Mayer First :e PTA Mrs. Irene 'Mayer has won the Sundance PTA bridge marathon by a wide margin, the final results show. She scored 54.450 points and held a big lead over Esther I,augh- tar who finished in second plaee with 48,590. In third place with 47,830 points ,was Jack Freer. The marathon raised $132 wflh $30 being used for prize money wilh the balance~o]n~',~ to the local PTA for its use. Final maratimn results were: Irene Mayer 54,450 Esther Laughter 48,590 Jack Freer 47,830 Carl ,Mayer 44,520 Betty Durfee 43,920 Dick Durfee 43,450 John Laughter 42,850 Claudis Carr 42,720 Marlene Popham 42,320 Wanda Haptonstall 40,920 Paul Harvey 40,280 Floyd Carr 39,740 ,Lorin Harper 39,500 Edith Thompson 35,500 ~Harold ~Bernd 35,400 Kathleen Anthony 35,200 Norma Bernd 34,670 Jean Harper 33,650 A1 Anthony 33,430 Buster Popham 32,950 Ricki Collins 32,250 John :Stephens 29,810 Anne Stephens 29,410 Bil Haptonstall 27,580 Junior a~cl iunior petite dresses for parties end graduation at the Jack and Jill Shop. Bra slips, regular end short length, sizes 32AA to 38C at the Jack and Jill Shop. Friday supper guests of Mr. and ,Mrs. Sam Lappe and family were Mr. and Sirs. Charles Clark and Jerry of Newcastle. Sunday, ~Mrs. La,ppe and Eileen and Mrs. Adolph Buresh and :Betty attend- ed the wedding in Newcastle of Miss Jo Ann Rawbouser and Carl Pe~erson. After ~he wedding, the ladies visited in the Dallas Lappe home in Newcastle. L- L- @ Solo, Ensemble Program Tuesday A solo and enselnhle pr()~1;aITl will be presented by Sun(lance music studenls Tuesday nighl, a~ cording to music instructor John Gaylord. The program will be held in the school lunchroom siarting at 7 p.m. Gaylord said the solos to be heard during the program will be presented at the district music festival in Buffalo April 25. Woodwind solos will be given by Christeen Stoltz, Mary Ann Janssen, Dabble Gerhart. Cindy Bernd, Carla Hughes, Barbara Wagner, Jeanne Ulrich, Linda Lanning, Lindsay Hooper, and Jim Larsen. Presenting brass solos will be Peggy Durfee, Bruce Connally, Tom Ferrell, Judy Snider, Jerry Larsen, Robin Hibbard, Janet Cole and Bobby Habeek. Woodwind ensembles ~ill in- elude: Flute - Christeen Stol.tz, Mary Ann Janssen, Bonnie Kipp, Lisa Hooper. Clarinet 1 - Carla Hughes, Bar- bara Wagner, Jeanne Ulrich, Carla Olson, Dennis Lytle. Clarinet II - Deb, bie Gerhart, Cindy Bernd, Linda Lanning, Ma- ehelle Teigen. Clarinet Trio - Carla Hughes, Barbara Wagner, Jeanne Ulrich. Brass Sextet 1 - Peggy Durfee, Randy Humphrey, Judy Snider, Jerry Larsen, Randy Proctor, Jan- et Cole. Brass Sextet H - Randy Hum- phrey, Bruce Connally, Ruth Ly. tle, Harold Kennedy, Bobby Ha- beck, ~ike Beaudoin. All weather coats for ladies end children, infants to size 20. A good selection at the Jack and Jill Shop. The Presidential Award in the Boy Scout Division ,was ,won by Sundance Boy Scout, VFW Troo9 No. 62, Sundanee, for their booth on "The Forestry Merit Badge" at the Bear Butte District Scout Exposition held in Spearfish, S. D. Saturday. Receiving the Presidential a- ward in the Cub Scout Division was Pack No. 117 of Spearfish for their display on Indian lore. The Sundance Boy Scout booth, which also received a blue ribbon, featured a display of over 100 samples of trees and shrubs that grow in the Black Hills. The Sun dance Boy Scouts and Scout Master Waldo Elwonger were al- so commended for the boys' be- in,g ,well .informed in the aspects of the Forestry Merit Badge. Sundance Cub Pack No. 62 also won honors at the exposition by placing second in their division for their booth on "Nature." The display included eharts of cli- matic zones in the United States and ,parts of a flower, a terrar- ium, and a "buzzer" quiz on flow- ers that rewarded the player with a "buzz" sound ,when he correct- ly matched a picture of a flower with its name. Mark Lanning received a Boy Scout cook kit and canteen for placing eighth in the district for exposition ticket sales. Roy Stagemeyer received a flashlight for selling tickets to one of the mystery homes in Sundance. Den 1 :Mother, Mrs. Frank Blakeman was presented a charm bracelet for her den's placing high in the pack in ticket sales. Russell Crago received a flashlight for selling tickets to a mystery home in the Boy Scout division. According to Cub Master John Windsor, 30 Boy Scouts and 22 Cub Scouts from Sundance were present for the exposition. There was 100 percent participation of units in the district including 10 Cub Packs and 15 Boy Scout Troops from Buffalo, Newell, Belle Fourche, Spearfish, Sturgts, Deadwood, Lead, S. D. and Sun- dance.