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l t / ~ev. Cletus Prado stands with the Isters receiving first communion Catholic Church Sunday. Mrs. ~cy was the religious teacher. in front are Susan Van Litsen- borgh, Pam Hartl and Lisa Orr. In the second row, right to left, are Nancy Van Litsenborgh, Joan Brack and Geralyn Gaylord. Left to right in the back row are Toni Orr, Jan Orr and Sid Orr. Photo by Curt Moberg ill receive a new its residents will amb~l~ance service 9f the kindness of ts, Mrs. Lulu is ~e chief bene- l~urchase of a new and special equip. the ,late "Ham" Krause, owner of the historic Shipwheel Ranch south of (Moorcroft. She has spent her entire ,life in and around Moorcroft where, Hughes said, "her contributions in time and money over the years have greatly benefited the entire com- munity." said this A~ril 24 rby of the Gov. i~f Highway Sa~e- federal h~ghway ~f M~orcroft has ~o physiehn," ~he people of are ,grateful that .has realized of havin,g a good ~o replace the w~hich had been c~nnn,unity a,mbu- ambulance ser- by ~olunleers in- chief, city mar- raarshaI and even service all times. of ,the ser- 25 :miles of response ,area of including Dev- (Monument. qwansported to t Sund~nce, is the widqw of Episcopal run~nage sale, Epis. col]41 parish hall. Opens 7 p.m., Thursday, May 7; Friday, May 8, 8:30 a.m~ - noon. Call 283-3243 for pickup. Mr. a~d Mrs. Walter Quillian spent the weekend at the Leroy Swick ~mme in Gordon, Nebr. They also attended ~e Gordon high school prom Saturday night a~t ",~hich (Mrs. Quillian's sister, Sandra Swiek, was crowned prom queen. ~em~bers of The Sundance Times team attending the state ~men's bowling tournament in Rivevton and Lander Friday o ,Sunday ~vere Ruth Weaver, Bet- ty Montgomery, ~fan McLaugh- fin and Cha~,lotte ~.,indsey. Irene Mayer was unable to attend. (Members of the Dfllon's Hard- ware & Furniture team attending Saturday to ~enday were Kate Donaldsen, Clara Harvey, Flor- ence ~runson, Evelyn ~Edwards and Vera Melanson. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Suncl~nee, Wyo. May 7, 1970 NORTH BEARLODGE Sunday, April 26, ~r. and Mrs. Raymond Phillips visited a~ Bun- neys Sunday evening. Mr. and (Mrs. Wilfred ~unney were sttp- per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kay Driskill Monday evening. Supper guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fish Tuesday everdng were Rosalind ~tmney and ~a'. and ,Mrs. Wilred ,l~unney. ~r. and Mrs. ,Oscar Nilson shopped in ~el.le Fourc~e Friday and had supper with Mr. and (Mrs. Clifford Fish. Jerry Fish helped his dad move cattle Sat- urday morning. Clifford ~sh, Jerry Fish and Wick Carr helped Wi~red B~n- ney ho~t stop calves Saturday. Margare~ Fish visted Mrs. Bun- ney. Mr. and Mrs. Wick Cart attend- ed ,the Junior and .Senior banquet in Hulett Friday night. Mr. and Sf~s. Clifford Fish, Mr. and ~rs. Wilfred ~Bunney, Jerry Fish, Wil- ~reda, Larry, Cheryl and Alvin Foulkes had dinner Sunday with (Mr. and Mrs. Wick Corr. The men hetped Wick ho~rn stop calves. Mr. and (Mrs. George Kindsfat- er .visited ~unneys Sunday after- noon and stayed for SUl~per. (Mrs. Straitor Clark and Mrs. Edith Thompson attended home- coming events in :Laramie S~.tur- day for Mrs. Elsie Henn, Worthy Grand (Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star who has com- pleted her official ~isitaCion du- ties to OF_~S chapters throu:ghout the state. ActivRies in,eluded a tea, banquet, meeting a~d recep- tion. Marion Thompson accom- panied the ~ladies as far as L~k where she visited the Pau~ Per- cival and Don W.hitteaker [.amil- ie~. All returned to Sundanee Sunday. omemakers Ing unc Final plans have been c~mplet- ed for the annual spring lunch- eon of Crook County E~ctension ~Iomemaker Clubs. The event will be he,ld in Sundan,ce Satur- day in ,the ~high ,school lunch- room with the public invited to attend. Registration will start at 9:30 a.m. wi.th a council business meet- ing .at 10 a.m. The ~uncheon will be held at noon. Theme {or this year's event is "A Rose by Any Other Name Would Smell as Sweet." (Mrs. Robert Bridges, Beulah, w~ho will be master of ceremon- ies, will be the gettst speakex. tier to.pie will be "Research Program- Federal Fish Genetics Lab." During the program, awards will be presented ,to c(mtest win- ners and 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30- year members rwftl be honored. The Inyan Kara Club will host the nm>n meal a,t $1.00 a plate. Co-hostesses for the even,t will be ,the Carlile and Give and Gain clubs. Clubs handling other aspects of the event are A,laddin - en.ter- tainment; Beaver Creek - regis- traticm; and Bienchiano, theme and decorations. A total of 29.8 children attend- ed the three-day measles shot clinic held at the Sundance ele- mentary .school A~pril 30, accord- ing to elementary principal Ger- ald Wolfe. The ,figure included 44 pre-school children. Wolfe said the value of ~the serum alone was $3,000. He said tuberculin tests were not given but witl be given in the fa'll ,to the eniire school and oth- er interested ,persons. Twenty Sund ance students will attend the i n.dttstria~l arts fair at the University ,of Wyoming May 8. Students will be accompanied by Dwight Jundt, industrial arts .teacher. Attending the event will be Randy Cornelia, David Hopson, Gary Roadifer, Glen Connally, Dan Henke, Steve Hartl, Kelly ,Proctor, Ken~y Denzin, Rod Hel- mer, Terry Speidel, Joan MRch- ell, Clayr Alexander, Dan Moline, Dale ,Cornelia, Jeff il~aggs, Randy Fall, Dan ~Bousa, Dennis Sisson, ~ary Canfield and Chri, s Oudin. Sundance high school boys and girls track teams will be in ac- tion this week ,at meets in River- ben .and Gillette. The girls team will be compet- ing in the state track meet at Riverton ~ile the ,boys ,team will be compe,tin~g in fine district meet at Gillette Friday and Saturday. $ * $ * Mark ~u~ghes was elected pres- ident of the Su~danco high school student council in the an- nual school election held recent. ly. Other new o~ficers are DCh. hie Livi~agston, ~ice president; ~at Taller,, secretary; and Randy Proctor, treasurer. Miss Tal~ey ~an as an inde- ~ender~t m~ni.le the other three were members of tim U~coJa par- ty. e $ e A meeting of Wyoming ele- mentary achoo,1 ,principals will be ~eld in Cody Thursday and Fri- day. Attending the meeting will be local elementary principal Gerald Wolfe. $ $ Aohievemen~ ~ests ere *being given this week to loyal elemen- tary students, elementary princi- ~al Gerald W@lfe said this week. ~e said resuRs will be available ,the week of iMay 18. Parents will be notified and will .be able to .talk to teachers about the re- sults. Mr. and ~rs. Carl Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard ~Peterson, and Mervin Peterson. IMrs. Martin Peterson a,nd boys and Mr. and ,Mrs. Albert Johansson visited durin,g .the week. ,Donald Peter~n and Suzann Gustin called on Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ne,cklason on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Perino called on Mr. and ,Mrs. Bink Nussbaum Thursday evening. Mr. .and 'Mrs. IN. S. Clark and Oliver Clark visited Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Buddy Livingston call- ed that evening. Last week Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little were Sunday evening supper guests and Steve Markham stopped hy on his way ~r~m Texas ~to Montana where he is serving in ,the Air Force. (Mrs. Jim Clark and Mrs. Joe Manders visi,ted with their sister, Mrs. Lavern Sell on Tuesday. The Clarks called on Mr. and Mrs. Witbur Crawford Monday evening. Christy Smith ,called on his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels H. Smith on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dyer were business callers in Sundance on Friday. ~t ,was'~ ~irst time ~or a month ~that they had been out due to impassa~ble roads. Callers during the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Straitor Clark included Mr. and Mrs. Ron- ald Watson and children, Martin Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cling- an and children of Upton and Adolyh Ruresh. Episcopal rummage sale, Epis- copal parish hall. Opens 7 p.m., Thursday, May 7; Friday, May 8, 8:30 a.m. - noon. Call 283-3243 for pickup, .ceMan g Recovery A Sundan~e man, Curly Me. Laughlin, is recovering satisfae. ~orily from injuries he received Saturday when he w~s ca ug~ht in a dumptruck power takeoff. MeLaughlin was urdoadirtg gravel at the l~berts Construe. tion Co. cement ,pla~t when the accident occurred. He received five broken ribs and 45 sti.tehes were required to close a severely lacerated arm. He is a pa,tient at Crook County Memorial Hospital. g 585 May 4 (Mr. and Mrs. ~Roy Little were Friday evening supper @uests of Mr. and (Mrs. Frank Tinkeom. The Tinkc~ms were in Ne~vcastle on ~u.siness Monday. C~'llers dur- ing the week were ~rs. Buddy Livingston, (Mr. and Mrs. Bink Nuss,baum, Mr. and Mrs. WaJt Ehrlich, Mr. and ,Mrs. Les]ey Simpson and ,Mr. and 4Vlrs. 'Bud Simpson and daughter. Mr. and (Mrs. Albe~t Perino were ,last week callers. ,Miss Suzan~ G ustin was a weekend guest at the home of Mrs. Harriet ~Peter~n. Sunday callers at the Petersons were Mr. and (Mrs. Francis Gr~bb and girls, Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson, Many lizards ha~e ,tails that separate easily from their ,bodies. The tail, when gr~bbed ,by a pursuer, continues to wiggle-- keeping the atten,tion of the cap- for while the tail's owner escapes ~o safety. The lizard soon grows another tail. The ling fburbot)is an elongat- ed fish ayith a long dorsal and anal fin that meets the rounded caudal fin. The head is ,broad and flat, .~he ,mouth is wide, the body is sported or marbled with various shades of black and brown. ~Mighiest of American cats, the jaguar sometimes measures nearly eight feet from nose to tip of taft. The tail, held high, bea~s a restless accompan'tment to nervous movements of the sinewy body. Unlike most cats, the jag- uar is an avid swimmer.