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o pAGE 14 Cow-Belles Install New Officers The Crook County Cow-Belles "met April 22 at Jeanette Smith's THE SUNDANCE TIMF home with a carry-in pot luck luncheon at 12:30 P.M. with fourteen members and one guest, Donna Henschel, in attendance, Donna joined the membership. Pat Frolander gave a most informative report during the ' ~ meeting of the Region V meeting she attended in Casper April 4,5 -" "-and 6 with representatives from all states in the region which " includes Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Colorado and Wyoming, in attendance. She also presented some new cook books featuring low-cal and dia- betic recipes which can be pur- chased from the organization. Crook County Cow-Belles are very proud to support Betty Berg- her (Mrs. Karl Bergner} from Buffalo, Wyoming who was elected President of the National Organization known as American National Cattlewomen. The name was changed from Cow-Belles to Cattlewomen nationally but each state has to decide about chang- ing their title. Betty Bergner was installed as ANCW President at the San Antonio Convention Center, Texas, January 29th. Ruby Schiup conducted the installation ceremony for the new officers of the Crook County Cow- Belles, they are: Nancy Cassidy, ".taresident; Opal Oudin, Vice-Pre- .sident; Susan Sackett, Secretary; Margaret Ellsbury, Treasurer, .Pat Frolander, Melody Tenke and ~'Shirley Cummings as state nom- ,~ hlee$. " Standing committees for the : ensuing year inducted Beef Pro- motion, Opal Oudin Chairman, *~ta Crawford, Pare Smith, .Vanessa Taylor and Linda Foster; :'Membership, Margaret EllsbmT; ~egislative, Melody Tenke; Pro- "gram, Jeanette Smith; Con- . oleuce and memorial, Ruby :Schlup; Cook-Off, Pat Frolander; Parliamentarian, Shirley Hoese; "News Editor, Opal Oudin; and -~[istorian, Vernie Nussbaum. ": Several of the "brand" quilt ".blocks were turned in at the meeting, at this time only 14 are :.not turned in, these are due as .soon as p~ssible, they can be left "at Durfees store in Sundance or :mailed to Opal Oudin, St. Rt. 2 iBex 35, Sundance, Opal will ~,embroider the names if you prefer. It is planned to get the quilt set together, tied and , finished soon so the sale of raffle ~ tickets can begin. , A gift of a large tablecloth with "brands of all of the "members .%painted on it was presented to the MAY 15, 1986 of April at 2:00 p,m. honoring little Kelci Jean Harvey, infant daughter of Randy and Lori Har- vey. Before refreshments of strawberry shortcake, ice tea and lemonade was served to 13 guests, Mrs. Harvey opened the many cute and useful gifts for her baby. Weekend visitors at Roger and Darlene Cheshiers were her sis- ters Jerri and Linda Corrigan of Newell, SD., Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cheshier and daughter Denise of Rapid City, John Wood of Hulett was a caller on Sunday P.M. On Monday the 5th Grandpa John Corrigan of Newell, came over~ get acquainted with his new little grandson. On Friday May 2nd Mr. and Mrs. D~mley Davidson of Sun- dance attended the open house at work for the organization for the .'.past year. The president also presented her officers a gift of :~:-appreciatoin for their support and efforts for the year. The next meeting of the Crook , County Cow-BeUes will be held " :May 27 with a carry,in salad luncheen at Shirley Cumming's ~%:home at 12 o'clock noon, plan to attend as this group comes up :with a bountiful meal and inter- estin.g meetings. : :,.. Shamrock Club Predicts Last Frost ': Only one member was absent when the Shamrock Club met April 16, one week later than usual, with Opal Oudin hostess to the group at her home. Roll was answered with a prediction "What Date will We Get the Last Spring Frost,' some dates men- : tioned were May II, May 15, May 24, May 30 and June 6. These dates and names were recorded and will be checked, which date will be the nearest? During the business meeting the clubs crazy patchwork quilts were discussed, one was exhi- bited and members worked on feaLherstitching the borderline of the quilt. Thanks to Cora and Opal for finishi_~g the project. On the program of the meeting Fern Grubb presented an article on the Difference between a fruit and a vegetable which stated anything produced from a bloom - is a fruit; cucumbers, squash, beans, what are they? Very inter- esting. The March 12th of the Shamrock Club was held at Fern Grubb's home in Hu!ett with the business meeting starting at 4 P.M. All Members were present and roll was answered with 'Some Place in Wyoming I'd like . : to Visit." The next meeting of the Sham- rock Club was planned for May 14 with Cora Smith to serve as hostess at the Sunny Divide Com- munity Hall with the business meeting to begin at 4 P.M. and roll will be A Seed and Plant exchange. A pot-luck meal will follow the business meeting. Oudm by Irene FowIkes More precipation during the night and morning hours here in our Hulett area. It has been reported by Fred Fisher so far there has been 41/100th of an " .; inch. This is in the form of rain. and it is still coming down at 7:00 a.m, a pleasent relief to some of us who find nearly 90 degree days as we Saturday and Sunday a l~le to warm. Mrs. Roy Bush and Kim Gray hosted a baby shower at the home of Mrs, ~ on Monday the 28th the Wyoming Highway Shop. The first branding that I have heard of this season was at the Glen Grove's ranch on May 1. It was a perfect day for then~ and was enjoyed by all those who helped get the job done by friends and neighbors, ages from infant to 79 year olds! ! ! Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy D. Nei- man are the proud parents of their first child born to them on May i, Marcus William weighed 8 Ibs, 9V2 ozs, and was 21 inches long, Maternal grandparents are Dennis and Jean Carruthers of southern Wyoming, Paternal grandparents are Jim and Sally Neiman. Jim and Sally are also new grandparents as their daughter Connie and Husband Tom Linmier of Ft. Bridget, Wy became parents of a baby boy Monte Clayton born to them on April 30th. Jeff Rathbun son of Harley and Shirley who is presently at San Diego, Ca., on a student work program will be graduating May 14 at LCCC in Cheyenne. Jeff is working with D. Wayne Lucas owner of Bradger L~d who placed 5th in the Kentucky Der- bie. Jeff expects to have employ- ment there following his gradua- tion. Bonnie Stoddard with Cleo as- sisting hosted a bridal shower on Sunday the 27th at the Women's Club House honoring Donna Eld- ridge, of Ft. Pierre, SD. Refresh- ments of cake done in the bride to be colors were pink and burandy, rainbow jello salad, strawberry slush and coffee was served to 12 ladies. After which time Donna opened her many useful gifts. Mrs. Harley Rathbun accom- panied by Myrtle went to Billings are building on more room to the April 21 where Myrtle had aSouth ofTaylors house. check up due to much discomfort ~. Open House was held at the of her leg. They returned on the 23. Jolene Stinson, Shane and Shaurma Marie of Wright, Wyo., visited at her folks home from Thursday until Saturday of this last week. Mrs. Georgia Rogers returned to Hulett on Saturday the 26th of April to spend some time at her home here in_ Hulett. On Monday the 28th Mrs. Rogers and Irene Fowlkes were evening dinner guests of Audrey Ebsen and children. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Buster Taylor for the passed week is his sister Francis and son Jackie Burgett, a sister Joe and brother Paul Earl of Decatur, NE. While here Paul and Jackie .State Shop South of town on Friday May 2nd as scheduled. Soren Ostby foreman and the crew, Kenny Klinger, Scott Waugh, Ione Goodvin and Karen Griffis were on hand to show the new facilities, visit and have coffee and doughnuts for refresh- ments. Mrs. Tim Tremble and children of Sheridan was in-Hulett over the weekend for the Ridinger and Neiman wedding. Following church services on Sunday Mrs. Tromble returned home. Mrs. John Wolf went to Bridge- port, Nebraska to spend a couple days visiting her mother, the weekend of May 2nd. The report that has come in of William Spangler, who is in the 'l It's fi ng that we generally celebrate high school gradualion in the spring because spring and commencement are both a time of promise. It is the beginning of much that is to come in the time ahead. V.A. had to under go ago. Mrs. Spangler turned homeward ceived word of this, up a couple days she be with her husband. English 8th Week Rodeo Tuff Devils, Tower Longhorn Fort Carlile Dime Mateo Each year at this time we extend our warmest regards to the gradualJng seniors at Hulett, Moorcroft and Sundance. And our congratulations to you graduates are heartfelt. Farm Drop In the last 50 years, pot percent of the total just 3 percent. This is a crucial time for you young people - for you are the adults of future It is important to all of us that you are ready to face that challenge. BmBBB CERTIFICATES" ,Izl Linda Kummerfeld Gloria McCue Marvin Min'ch Paul Selfe Ann Smith Denise Speidel Mare ~er Mine UiBreaslain Katie W'dson 41 4g 4c . Angeh Beandoin " * Jowamm Brock * Cody Ballou . Mike Delancy . Jody Adams Rhonda Brunson~ ~ Michelle French Tina Boyles Lisa Bush Richard Christopherson ~ Wlllard Gmatz ~ Rick Cobler Kelly Cramer ~ Brent German ~ Ray Dawson Elizabeth Durfee ~ Gary Johnson ~ Amy Graham Kevin Fitzgerald ~ Lila Jolley * Brenda Hanson ( Shannon Frolander ~ Eriim Knudson * Gregory Hays Travis Jenson William Haas * Susan Konantz Lisa Kraft Eric Heinzen David Jundt Steve MeRann Michael Hooper Tammy Kokesh ~ Tim Neiger, Diane Hughes Dean Lee * Dulce Skrove ,~ Julie Lenz * Karen Scoffieid, 4t ,It Jeff Long Dwain Murdoch Kyle Proctor ~ Kaylee Richards ~ Jennifer Schloredt ~x 4( Todd Seeley ~ .~ David Simons ~ Astrid Simpson Monte Stoddard Michael Taylor ~ Dawn Tebo Minimum-S2,500 Due in 182 Days Substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawal. Thla is an annual rate and subject to dmnge at renewal. Current Rate 6.25% Thr0ughMay 21