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Gillette Ceremony Unites Moorcroft Couple Easter lilies decorated the First Baptist church in Gillette, Satur- day, April 5 for the 2 p. m. wed- ding of Miss Marjorie Cronce, `Moorcroft, and Jerry ,L. Childs, Moereroft. The Rev. ,Leon Nelson officiated at the 2 p. m., double. ring ceremony. Miss Cronce is .the daughter of Mrs. Frederic H. Porter, Jr., Colorado Springs, Colo. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and :Mrs. Joe E. Childs, Osage, Wyo. Organist, Mrs. Don Dickey, provided wedding music and ac- companied Mrs. Clark Izzard who sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." Given in marriage by her grand- ~ather Lewis Dennis of Hulett, the bride wore a floor-length, empire gown of white slipper satin. The bodice featured a lace inset neckline and long sleeves enhanced by seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and white taurus. Mrs. Kenneth Fall, Gillette, at- tending her niece as ',Matron of Ylonor, was attired in a floor- length gown of yellow chiffon and taffeta. Her flowers were daisies. Sisters of the bride and bride- groom, `Miss Patricia Baker, Colorado Springs, Colo. and Mrs. Dennis Cooper, Salinas, Calif., respecively, wore costumes iden- tical to the matron of honor's. Stuart Childs, brother of the bridegroovn, served as best man. Ushers were Raymond Dennis, Joe Carmen, Jr., Jerry Vaad and Vern Keenan. ~ill Tavegia, Torrington, and Philip Hanify, Belle Fourche, S. D., were grooms- men. Easter lilies also decorated the church parlor for the reception held following the ceremony with Mrs. Dickey playing background music at the piano. The three- tiered wedding cake was cut and served by ,Mrs. Raymond Dennis. Following a wedding trip to Salt Lake City, Utah, the couple is residing in Moorcroft where both are employed by the ,Moor- croft school system, he as a high school science teacher and she as school nurse. The bride is a graduate of Campbell County High School and St. John's McNamara School of Nursing, Rapid City, S. D. The bridegroom, a graduate of Newcastle High School, attended Casper College two years and re- ceived his BA degree from Black l-fills State College, Spearfish, S.D. Out-of-town wedding guests included the bride's grandparents (Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dennis, Hulett, and ,guests from Osage, Upton, Newcastle, ~Moorcroft,Wy- oming, Belle ,Fourche, S. D.; Salines, Calif. and Colorado Springs, Colo. Houston Creek Fritz Chatfield and Dr. Port ,trucked wool to Belle ~Fourche Monday.Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chat- field, Mrs. Geo. Willey and daugh- ters of Hulett and Glenn Cameron were Wednesday dinner guests at the Chatfield ,home. ~Mrs. Marie Andersen and Mrs. Clara Baker ,were supper guests .and evening visitors. 'Mr. and Mrs. Chatfield were in town Friday and had din- ner with Mr. and Mrs. E. l]. Chat- field. .Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Kennedy and Harold attended the FFA Carnival Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wolfe .and children ~vere Saturday lunch guests at the Kennedy ,home and Mr. and `Mrs. tlerman White and Danny of Carlile were Sunday guests. Bill Cockerham was a Sunday caller. Mr..and Mrs. Paul Cummings ,were Friday supper guests at ~he Ted Seeley home at Osage. Mr. and Mrs. Noel Edwards were Sun- day guests a t the Cummings home. Mr. and ,Mrs. Jim ~abeck and ,Lee were in Belle Fourche Mon- day and on Friday night attend- ed the ,I~FA Carnival. W. Jackson and 3rd Spearfish Tel. 642-4212 April 7-13 .Mr. and `Mrs. Bus Sedgwick spent last Friday-Saturday at the Gayle Weavers. They brough the Weavers 1923 International truck out. It is on display at the Alad- din store. ,Mr. and :Mrs. Gust Wolff were in Belle .Fourche last ,Friday and brought Tom and Jack Wolff out. They took t'hem back Saturday and stayed all night .at the Lyle Wolff home. They went to church and the men went to the Gust Wolff ranch. The Wayne Wolff family joned all of them at the ,Lyle Wollfs for supper Easter. `Mr. and Mrs. Gust Wolff and Tom spent Monday at lheir home and took Tom back home Mon- day evening. Orville Wolff, Jack- son is visiting his parents and rel- atives. Dig `Mitchell graduated from the Hansen ~echanical School in Fargo, North Dakota in March. He is helping ~his Dad, Preston Mitchell in the timber at pres- ent. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Hand and `Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hand and son, Rapid City, Mr. and ,Mrs. Marshall Miller, Dick Deyoe, Charlie and Lh)yd Vier,.,ulz, Paul Lillis, and R. K. Mitchell were visitors at the Willard Viergu~z home this week. Chuck and Becky Viergutz re.turned to Lar- amie on ,Monday after Easter va- vation at their respective homes. Mrs. Frankie Pearson was a caller at the ,Lloyd Viergutz home Friday afternoon. 27 people attended the Redwat- er Farm ,Bureau pancake supper at Farrall Hall Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Al Nelson and Fern called on Mr. and Mrs. George Ripley Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Frankie ,Pearson was a brief caller Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Gerald Bunney went to the dentist in Spearfish Tuesday. She was in Belle Fourche after grain Saturday. Her mother flew to Reddin~, California to see Mrs. Bunney's brother Bill get mar- ried. Congratulations to the winners in the spelling contest. Winners from our communfly are: Bre.~t Moline 1st in the 1st .~rade. Crai.,4 Alexander 2nd in the 2nd. Kim Shaoun 3rd in the 3rd grade, anti Dee Lynn Bunney 5th in 3rd. Daviett Viergutz 1st in 4th grade, Julie Bunney 2nd in 4th grade, and Becky Sipe 3rd in 4lh grade. Beth Alexander 1st in 5th grade. and Mary K. Mowery 2nd in 5th grade. Jean Carlson took ,her girls back to Sundance tMonday eve- ning and attended parents night at Jobs ,Daughters. She went to Sturgis on business Wednesday and sold cattle at the sale on Thursday. Jana Carlson spent the weekend at the Ellis Livings- ton home. ~r. and ,Mrs. Ed Wya,tt and son had dinner at the Carlsons Sunday. Dick Deyoe and Gayle Weaver were callers this week. The Gary Brengle family were Friday evening visitors at the Richard Ishmaels. Laurence and Joe Soucup spent the weekend at the Ishmaels. WIr. and ~rs. Cordon i}heemak- er and Kelly had dinner and sup- per at ~he Frank~le Pearson,s ~Monday. ,Mr. and Mrs. Francis ~Madden had supper wRh them and spent the evening. Mr. and ~VIrs. Pearson spent Wednesday evening at John Pearsons. ,Mrs. Pearson and ~rs. John Alexander attended the Homemakers dem- onstration on Investments and Planning Retirement in Sundance Thursday afternoon. :Mrs. Pear- son called on Mr. and `Mrs. Sam Adair and Mrs. Nina Hardy in Belle Fourche Friday morning and went ito the funeral for Mrs. Ben ~ahoney in Hulett in the afternoon. ,Mr. and Nrs. Francis Madden spent Sunday with the Pearsons. John Pearson and ~rs. Lloyd Viergutz and girls and ;Mrs. Eddie Ray Chatfield and Jaci .were callers this week. The Aladdin Homemakers Club met at the John Alexander home Wednesday afternoon. :Mr. and Mrs. ttenry Pickerd attended Sunrise Services in Sundance last Sunday and spent the day at the Ronald Roberson home. Mrs. Pickerd went to the spelling contest Friday. The school board held a meeting at the Ptckerd home fMonday night. ,Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pickerd and Mr. and WIrs. Henry Pickerd at- {ended Boss' nigh,t in Belle Four- che last week as a guest of Flor- ence Osborne. Mr. and Mrs. Al- vin Wood ,were Saturday eve- ning visitors. Mrs. Jim Gordon was a caller one day. Jim is in the hospital in Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gordon have moved their ~railer ,home to the ~Gordon ranch to .make their home. ,Mr. and Mrs. Pickerd vis- ited Lydia Hauher and had sup- per with her Sunday. They call- ed at the Wyman Ford home. `Mr. and Mrs. Pickerd spent Sunday evening at the Dungeys. Mrs. Eddie Ray Chatfield and Jaci visited ~rs. Richard Ishmael Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gels called at the Julius Hewes home Sunday afternoon. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. April 17, 1969 Cheyenne: Miscellaneous pieces of lodge regalia related to use by the Knghts of Pythias have been donated to the Wyoming State Museum by Cheyenne Lodge No. 2. Included ere pair of sendles; a sheet iron helmet with plume in the popularized form of a Roman Legionnaire's helmet; a shield used in rank work; pair of manacles; and a mock exec;J" tioneer's beheading axe. Similar materials from other fraternal orders in the State are desired for the museum's collections. April 14 Bud Rozell has ,been shearing sheep at the Ray Dorsetts. Mrs. Rozell was a dinner guest a~ Dor- setts on Sunday. Mr..and Mrs. Ray Dorsett were .Belle Fourche shop. pers Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jolley were Belle Fourche shoppers on Sat- urday. They and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jolley and family attended church in Hulett on Sunday. The Sam Jolleys were dinner guests at the Dick Wilson s after church. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jolley attend- ed the Senior play "Oklahoma" in Hulett Friday evening. The Government Canyon school and the :Mothers all attended the spelling contest at Baroid school on Friday. Congratulations to all the winners, some of whom were Kay Foster, Frances Dorset., John Pierce, Roxie Raber, Terry Ridinger. ~Mrs. Chester Whitney and Kim shopped in Belle Fourche Friday afternoon. ~r. and `Mrs. Chester Whitney and Kim ,were Saturday evening guests at the home of /IVfr. and Mrs. Alvin Tatge in Alzada. ~Bud Jones was a Saturday eve- ning caller at ,the Maurice `Mad- den home. ,Callers during the week were Harry and Larry Scog- gin and FA:die Young,berg. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scoggin, Danny and Kay Foster attended the ~Blacktail Hustlers 4-H ,meet- Ing in Hulett Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scoggin and .Danny attended the play "0kla- homa" in Hulett .Friday evening. ~Mr. and ,Mrs. Alfred Pierce were Saturday dinner guests of Scog- gins. Sandy Wise and Tony Re- ando ~vere Saturday afternoon visitors at the Scoggins. .Lyn Ehrich and Mike Storm of ,Belle Fourehe ,were Sunday din- ner guests at Scoggins. Jessy and John Pierce were Sunday ov- ernight guests of Danny Scoggin. New Dick Smith, Sundance Jack T. Chapman, Moorcroft Renewal ~arriet Peterson, Sundance Donald F. Melanson, Boyes, Mont. M. D. Waymire, ~oorcroft Logan Brimmer, Sundance Homer Mercer, Hulett Irvin Kna,pp, Central Point, Ore. Everett Humphrey, Sundance David A. Roehrs, Sundance ,Mike Erland, ~oorcr~ft John Peterson, Sundance Ray C. Dorsett, Hulett Carl rE. Steiger, Oshkosh, Wis. K. A. McGilUvary, Aladdin Mrs. S. W. l~wing, 13elle Fourche, S.D. Norman Allen, Carlile Homestake Mining Co., Spearfish, S.D. ,Charles Mc&mis, Alva `Mrs. Muriel Holmes, Spearfish, S.D. C. J. Kirkpatrick, Belle Fourehe, S.D. Theresa Budmayr, Sturgis, S. D. Rodney Guthrie, lNewcastle Edwin 3. ,Miller, Fremont, Calif. YIoward Wollen, Sheridan Orvin A. ~ennett, Douglas Gordon A. `Mowery, Aladdin Jerry Griffis, Hulett Glen T. Bush, ~ulett Charles Cummings, Sundance John F. Wolfskill, Hulett Harlan Williams, Hulett Frank Vasey, Phoenix, Ariz. Axel Hansen, Aladdin Verne l]arton, Upton Hills Drive-In Spearfish, S. D. Ph. 642-2827 Children Under 12 Free Fri., Set., Sun~. April 18-19.20 Waterhole No. Suggested for Mature Audiences Weds. through Tues. April 16-22 Shows: 7 & 9 p.m Paxton Quigley is a prisoner of love... and completely exhausted! ~) 11~8 American International Plotufa~