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]~- Rev. Patterson Keller blesses a calf and !~;! rurnished by Straitor Clark during Ro a nday s g " ervtces held at the Ealsconal Church B~..d Shepherd Sunday. Christian year have traditionally been days of special asking. The Rev. Patterson Keller said Rogation Sunday services vary in various sections of lhe country but that it is natural here, and in other parts of the nation, to acknowledge man's de- pendence on the earth and the men who care for the earth. programs ,to school and VFW The nearly elected officers are: gro.u~s, ttonored Queen, Arn,a ~)uea; Sen- In PoweU where ,they were for Princess, Eleanor Oudin; J~n- ..... guests of the J, ames S. McDvnald for t~rincess, Linda Lan~ing; ~ VFW Post ~o.' the Pick- Guide, Jill Hooper; and Marshal, 5O64, ~l~,Wh~ erds presented four lectures on .Ma rilyn Schelldor~. Past rs flag etiquette in two days be-~n other ,busine:ss, it was an- ~ Co~nmander, Loren fore 1,625 first and second grade m>unced that the ~ethel raised ~.~t~ecl as irtstal.ling of- studen`ts and 10~ adults. $44 ~or $heir con~ri.bution .to a :~f~nstallai,on of 1970- Three lectures ~ere given by state-wide f,und raising project )B~',? ~)evils Tower VFW the Pickerds 'May 1 to 1,770 4th for .a Korean orphanage. "' ~11 held ~riday eve- through l~th ,grade students and Refreshments wexe served ~o ~_~ 90 adults in ,Cody where they 25 a`t the close of the evening ~raraanderthsout-Rex were guests.of the Robert E. ~Bat- by ~isses Sohe,lldorf and Jody ~t,les VFW ~o.st N.o. 2673 and of ~eagle. ,Mr. and M.rs. Geor,ge Reed. The Lois Barnes and leaye C.a~son "~h,~*t~t C~nflict Wi,th sc.hool Pickerds were also present forwere named to the lunch com- ~lv~ b l~..t postponed the the preser~tation of the S~atemittee for the next regular meet- /~]~Y ~, flying course pre- V,oice of ~ Democracy awards to in,g ,May 18. ~t~r tMay 14-15. The winners .of the 1970 V@D essay ret~ ~t~e dates set for the contest ,that is spo~so.red by the ~tll~ e 24-25 VFW. That evening, '~he Pickerds ~ btlsiness: the grou,were the .honorees at a carry-in Town and C'ountry ~t0 ~ esent an a propri .dinner ,he.ld in ~the Cody Post Bridge Club Notes ~lr a P " "r,~ t" nd ~rs..Mattrice home. The couple then present-Three tables of cards were in ~i~ ne occasion of their ed She flag program to the group ,play a`t ,the ~neeti~g o~ the Town ~g an,niversary, of 40 V,FW members and guests,and Country .,bridge club held Wednesday, Apri.l 29 in ,the home Held CC~ly and State ohairmen ~Ir. and Sundance, and COdy last flag etiquette Jobs Daughters Elect Top-Five Officers New, top-five officers of Sun- dance Jobs ~ughter Bethel No. 43 were elected during She ~eth- el's regu~.ar meeting held Mon- day eveRing with Honored Queen ~ebbie Livingston presiding. of Mrs. EdRh Thompson. Guest ~players were INIrs. Allan F_,dwards and Mrs. ~amie MvAnaHy. ~igh .sco.rer was Mrs. Ed. Ma- thews; second hi~h, Mrs. l~ul Sharp; and ~l~,v, /Mrs. Otis Re}n. olds. ~Irs. Roger Thomas was to host ~e next club meeting Wednes- day. ,KI & HONDA TRAIL BIKES - - - HODAKA ALSO AVAILABLE Several used models also available e Sundance VFW Auxilinry Reelects Officers &l.l present officers o.f the VFW Auxiliary N,o. 43.11 .were reelect- ed at the auxi'liary's recent meet- ing held in ,the TC:EA hospitalUy ro,om. Officers are .Mrs. Jerry Scrib- ner, president; Mrs. Jesse Ka- node, senior vice president; Mrs. Frank Blakeman, junior vice ,president; ,Mrs. Howard Allen secretary; .'Mrs. Loren 0'Haver, treasurer; Mrs. C.arl Olson, chap- lain; ~rs. Tom ~Bergin, conduct- ress; Mrs. Jim Habeck, guard; .Mrs. Emerson Pickerd, patriotic instructor and one-year trustee; and Mrs. Merle Sisson, two-year ,trustee. Mrs. J~>hn Blakeman ~v:as named three-:rear trustee. The group also chan, ged their regular meeting nig,ht to the irst Friday af each month ef- fective June 1. Coming VFW events noted were ,the District ~ sprin,g meet- ing ,May 24 in Sheridan and the Department of W:yoming meeting June 5-7 in Buffalo. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL MALT BEVERAGE PERMIT Noti,ee is ,hereby given that on :the 5th day .of .May, 1970, (one) ~urton ,L. and hiarilyn K. Good- vin; filed an application for a Retail Mal,t Beverage Permit in THE SUNOANCE TIMES Sundnnce, Wyo. May 7, 1970 the ,office of the Clerk ~,f lhe Courtly of Crook for th(' follow- ing described place and premises, ,to wit: Ro~m in a one story frame building Situate on a metes .and .Bounds Description in ~the E~/z NW V4 Seclion 17, Twp. 53 N. R. 65 W. 6th P. ,M. and protests, if any there be, against the issuance cff such li- cense will be heard at the hour of 11:00 a.m. on the 2nd day of June, 1970. in the Commissioners Room at .the Crook County Court- house. .(Signed) Francis Hejde, Clerk (Dated) May 5, 1970. (SEAL) 'May 7-14-21-28. Blacktail Hustlers Club Plans Tractor IDriving Event A ,tractor driving contest has been scheduled for July 9 by the Blacktail Hustlers 4-tt Club. The contest ~vill be held in conjunc- tion with the club's tour. All 4-H members are invited to participate in ,the event which will be held a~t ttulett. Medals will be aw,arded to the top three pla,ees. e OF We invite you to attend all our auctions and we appreciate your attendance. CLIP & SAVE FOR REFERENCE 11 - 1:00 p.m. Northeast Wyoming Hereford Assn. "grasstime" bull sale et Sund~mce, I~yomingSelling 5Oclean pedigree bulls. Lunch served by Cowbelles. -12:00noon Farm sale for Mrs. Herman Paterson, 17 miles southeast of Gillette. Selling Ferguson 30 tractor plus good line of Ford equipment, machinery, tools, antiques, etc. SATURDAY, MAY 16 - 10:00 a.m. Estate sale of Jeffery M. (Mac) Henslelgh on 4-J Avenue in Gillette. Two extra choice lots-2 steel granaries-- antiques-misc. & junk to no end. MONDAY, MAY 18 - i1:00 A.M. Auction sale of the former Clyde Stull Ranch, 16 miles west of Hulett, Wyoming 1549 ACRE CHOICE RANCH - also furniture & antiques Roundup Bull Sale - Sturgis Livestock Exchange Annual Sale, Sturgis, South Dakota-Selling bulls of all breeds. SATURDAY, MAY 23-11:00 a.m. Harold Schelldorf farm sale, 8 miles west of Sundance Wyoming. Selling good line of machinery that has had outstanding care. Also some very fine antiques & furniture MAY 26-11:00 a.m. Martens Brothers Ranch sale, 10 miles southwest of Osage, Wyoming. Selling 1280 ACRE RANCH plus 40 Hereford cows with calves, machinery & furniture. THERE MUST BE A REASON! We have sold ranches and auctions all the way from Billings, Montana to Colorado Springs, Colorado and Rapid City, South Dakota in the past year. You are entitled to the extra money our specialized auction service brings. Call us for all your auctions. We sell ranch real estate at auction and private treaty. AUCTIONEER. REAL ESTATE BROKER, WYOMING, MONTANA & SOUTH DAKOTA Box 147, Gillette, Wyoming 82716 Phone 307/682-3882