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PAGE 6 THE SUNDANCE TIMES MAY 15, 1986 Rose Dick, Dean Shipansky married April 5 RosaUe Kaye Dick, Gillette, became the bride of Dean Norman Shipansky, also of Gil- lette, in a double-ring ceremony ~rformed by Rev. Edwin H. ook at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church in Sundance the afternoon of April 5, 1986. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Dick, Sun- dance and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Shipanskym, Marshall, Minne- sota. A centerpiece of pink, white and maroon carnations garnished the church altar, while white bows d~rated the pews. O~gan music for the ceremony was pro- vided by Shirley Hmnel. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a dress of white sheer polyester overlaid with chantilly-ty-pe lace. The modified Queen Anne neckline and empire ~ce featured accents of pearls and sequins and the lace sl~ves tapered to a point at the wrist. Lace flounces around the hemline extended tea chapel-length train in the back. A fingertip veil cascaded from her Juliet cap trimnmd with lace and sequins. She carried a bouquet of maroon roses and lilies and pink and white carnations. Matron of honor was Evelyn Aubrey, who wore a floor-length pink dress with a lace cape. Lace capes also adorned the maroon silk dresses worn by bridesmaids Ellen Stoner and Parn Eslinger. Larry Mountain served as best man, while the bride's brother, Carl Ray Dick and nephew, Troy Dick, were groomsmen. Following the wedding, a re- ception was held at the Are Restaurant, with the bride's sister-in-law, Carolyn Dick, as- sisting. Out of town guests at the wedding were the bride's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dick and family, Upton; grand- mothers, Ada Prester, Sidney, Neb. and Della Mae Dick, Upton; aunt, uncle and nieces, Maryann and Darly Johnson and Stacey, Tami and Christi; great-uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cham- bers and daughter, Connie, all of Sioux Falls, S.D. and friend, Lois Rice, Sidney, Nob.; and the groom's grandmother, Selma Wieger, Marshall, Minn. The groom has a degree in produce and is employed at Docker's in Gillette; the bride is a graduate of the Glenview, Ill. high school. After making their wedding trip to Spearfish, S.D., the couple are at home in Gillette. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Eidridge, Ft. Pierre, S.D., announce the engagement and forthcomlng marriage of their daughter, Donna, to Tom Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wolf, Hulett. The bride-to-be is a 1986 graduate of Weem~rn Dakota V~onal Technic~ Institute in agricultural technology. The groom is employed by Skylark Construction in Douglas. The co,pie will be married,May 31 at Ft, Pierre. :Ragamuffin, " Review " Once again we all woke up to new snow everywhere. Two year old Megan summed it up best when she arrived at the center. We were standing at the window waving goodbye to morn. We could hardly see her through the snowfall! Megan sighed and said "You know what I'm gonna tell the weather man? Just please give me some warm." The kids are always quick to share injury stories with each other. One afternoon Jered had a wreck on the hot wheels, and Amber hurried over to assure him that the same thing had habpened to her. but she was okay. Then Nick showed up to inspect the damage and nodded gravely, "Yeah, I fell down and got hurt tomorrow. ' ' showed up one morning with this information. "I am a party animal!" Later that after- noon, Sally noticed him muttering to himself and looking worried. When she questioned him, he informed her that he was practic- ing being cool, "I have to be really cool now. It's important" Why?" asked Sally, who should know better by now. Lucas looked at her in amazement. "I was BORN to be cool." We always try to remind the kindergarten kids to take all their stuff when they leave for school. One noon Sally was on duty at the door to inspect faces, etc, and saw Adam heading out with nothing. "Adam, don't you need anything for school today?" she said, "No- I'm empty!" was his reply. Liz taught the kids a fortune - telling game. Patrick S. was really excited. He hstened to her tell a few fortunes for the kids, and then decided he was ready to handle it himself. He picked Sally first. He asked her to pick a number and then a color. "Okay! Here's your fortUne. Your grand- mother is gonna drop dead and leave you a lot of money. Then you don't have to work here anymore, you can go fishing!" Travis C. always has something to tell us about-in great detail! He has a habit of getting hopelessly confused in the middle though. On the way home from school, Justin was t~i_ng about leaping over things on his bike. Matt and Travis were listening. "You must be a dare-devil." said Matt. "HAH!" shouted Travis with great scorn "I'm a whole lot darer than that! I jumped over some- thing too but I just can't remem- ber what!" Apply now for summer Youth jobs Applications are now being taken for the Job Service JTPA/ Summer Youth Program, accord- ing to Janet Engel, Job Service representative in Sundance. This program is available for any student who is currently enrolled in school next fall, Engel said, a~d you must be between the ages of 16 to 21 years and come from a low-income family. Anyone who is interested may apply Monday through Thursday at the Sundance Job Service in the courthouse in Sundance, VFW Auxiliary #4311 The VFW Auxiliary #4311 held its monthly meeting on April 21, at 8 p.m. at the Tri-County hospitality room. There were 11 members present. The VFW #4311 and the aux- iliary have agreed to purchase a full page ed in the convention booklet. Three auxiliary members will represent the local group at the VI~ Convention and district meeting. At the convention #4311 will host the president's break- fast. Evelyn Sisson and Terri Buck- man agreed to distribute bicycle safety lights during Bicycle Safety Week. The auxiliary decided to make wreaths again for Memorial Day. Election of officers was held and the following officers were re-instated: Phyllis Habeck, president; Roberts Nebergall, vice-presi- dent; Donna Henschel. junior vice-president; Evelyn Sisson, secretary; and Shirley Buckman, treasurer. After the meeting the members made little bears for convention favors, The door prize was won by Roberta Nebergall and lunch was served by Ethel Chatfield. 901 helped by distribution During the distribution of commodities on April 29, 325 Crook county families received food, according to Helen Kaehne, volunteer coordinator for the Emergency Food Distribution Program. More than five tons of com- rnodities were distributed to 901 persons, Kaehne said. Totals were: honey, 1,080 pounds; cheese, 2,225 pounds; butter, 892 The Total sponsoring a special sign up on May 22 and 23 for the ,I tive will present for these two days. If you join the Total 1 Healthcare Center, you will receive , a on the Call the CENTER today at 283-3501! P.O. Bog 517 Sundence, WY 82729 I pounds; cornmeal, 4,385 pounds; and rice, 1,776 pounds. The number of participants was down somewhat from last fall. probably because of a lower in- come cutoff, Kaehne Said. Once the commodities reach the county they are handled strictly by volunteers, Kaehne emphasized; 24 volunteers donated a total of 106 hours of time, plus vehicle for distribution. She said that without the help of these individuals and the organ- izations which provided distribu- tion centers and storage, the program would not be possible. The next distribution will be held in mAd-June. Flour and dried milk will be added to the list of commodities. Duplicate David and Joan McAfee tied for first place with Gary Heeney and Harold Bernd in the two and one-half table Howell movement played May 6 by the Sundance Duplicate Bridge Club. In third place were Ethel Sharp and Lorin Harper. Wilson stationed in West Germany Army Pvt. 1st Class Daniel S. Wilson, son of Charles M. and Mary Jean Wilson, Sundance, has arrived for duty with the 56th Air Defense Artillery, many. Wilson, a supply received an associate 1983 from Eastern College, Torrington, 0000000000000000000000000000000~ 0 I would like to thank all of my patients over the last 17 their faith in me, in the practice of dentistry. I would like to reintroduce Dr. Nolan who has me for the last two years. Dr. Nolan and I feel a preventive program is paramount in achieving good health. Sincerely 000000000000000001 Doq A reduction, NOT quitting business, sale to be in south Gillette, Wyo. off Hwy 59 on Schoonover MONDAY, MAY 26 - lO AM TRUCKS -- PICKUPS -- EQUIPMENT ~x~ra clean, gooa offering of equipment & tools including: !980 4/w drive B!azer---1974 Chev. 2 ton truck w/roustabout steel bed w/winch & poles-- 1984 Ford i ton dually w/roustabout bed & winch--- 1977 Ford 700 diesel truck---1981 Ford i ton dually w/roustabout bed, winch & poles---1981 Dodge i ton welding truck---1978 Case 580-C Extenda-hoe Adams 550 motor grader plus much more plus TOOLS, office furniture & misc. SEE NEXT WEEK'S PAPER FOR COMPLETE LISTING POOR BOY HOT SHOT & ROUSTABOUT SERVICE INC, OWNE~ R.A. DICK MADER & SONS, AUCTIONEERS Gillette, Wyo. - 682-3882 Crml County Representative Murlene Simons announced this week that she will run for election to a fifth term in office. Simens is currently serving as chairman of public lands committee-- Western Council of State Governments, in a national position on an agricultural and rural development steering committee, the state forestry committee, the state health coordinating council and is chairman of the agricultural, public lands and water committee of the Wyoming Legislature. "I feel I can represent all residents of Crook county and have worked very hard for many issues that concern the county--ETSl, the Alzada-Hulett road, grants to the cities and towns, schools, and legislation that cOnceims many of the people in the county, such as the rodeo liability, liquor liability and other insurance issues w~.'th more coming up in 1987," Simons said. "We need to give the insurance companies to get lower rates." Simons said that she thought that the next two years will be difficult ones, with many questions to answer on finances, budgets, insurance, taxes, water and resource management. "I feel I can best serve the voters of the county," she said. "I hope to have your support in the primary and general election in November." Simons has lived in the Beulah area of Wyoming since she was seven years old and will be married to Frank Simons 35 years in the fall. The couple has three children and seven grandchildren; their son, Sully, is the fourth g$~eratim to ranch on the place which was homesteaded in 1914 On Cr~ed S Creek near Beulah. 1 to5 Odd Fellows Newcastle, Wyol No Gifts, n | * Free Barbecue 11 A.M.-1 P.M. * Free Spring & Summer I Who kn0m twine better than fannersl When you're looking for dependable, tough and uniform twine at a reasonable price, you don't have to look any further than your local cooperative. Oilmek out Double Olrele Twine... the faTmer's own brand, available now at: Hulett Co.Op Baler Twine, Fencing Material ( posts, steel posts, barbed wire, combination, hog panels, gates corral panels), Lawn Mowers Tillers, Oil and Grease, Tires, Batteriesi Filters, Paint, Lawn and Garden lizer, Salt and Feed and Much, More. We are well settled in our building, and we'd like to show around again. 0 Plan to join us for fun and savings Tuesday, May 20. See you then. ALVIN MCAMIS General Manager /