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THE SUNDANCE TIMES Publlshod Ivery Thursday by The Times Publishing Co. The Times is a legal newspaper for 811 publicatlcms. John E. Lindsey Owner-Publisher Howard Alle , News Ed/tor, Advertising Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES $3.00 per year in Crook and adjoining counties; $3.50 per year elsewhere. Entered at the postoffice at Sundance, Wyoming, as second class matter under the act of March 3, 1879. Picnic June 23 The annual picnic and fish fry of the Bear Lodge Rod and Gun club will be held June 23, accord- ing to Bill Willson, secretary of II1" ~EMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Sunday School, 10 a'm- Wor- ship Hour, 11 a.m. Evangelistic Swviees, 7:45 p.m. Prayer meet- and Bible study, 7:45 p.m. W4dneeday. The public is invited to worship with us. METHODIST The Rev. Levi Louderback, Pas- tor. Church School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. MYF, 6:30 p.m. Choir practice, Tues., 7 p.m. Come worship with us. the club. Location of the fish fry is 1 miles east of Hulett along the Belle Fourche River. The af- fair will start at noon. Willson said the club will fur- nish fried fish, coffee, koolade and ice cream. Those attending have been asked to bring a picnic lunch, eating utensils and their friends and neighbors. 94 Elementary Students Have WESLEYAN METHODIST Perfect Attendance Rev. Lee Goodell - Pastor 10 a.m.- Sunday School Ninety-four students in the ele- II a.m- Morning Worship mentary schools in Crook county p.m. - Young Peoples Bible Club had perfect attendance during the M/dweek Service Wednesdays last school year, according to a 7:30 p.m, report released by County Superin- tendent Blanche Byrd. MT. CALVARY LUTHERAN Services every Sunday 11 a.m. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Visitors are always welcome. Shown above are Mr. and Mrs. J.~mes Harvey Crowe Jr. of Sundance following their June 2 wedding at the Methodist church in Sundance. The new Mrs. Crowe is the Forty-one students in the Sun- dance grade school had perfect at- Wheat Dena|~M tendance records for the year. They were: Kindergarten, Lind- say Hooper; Grade One, Connie Rate for Exceeding former Carrie Joan Keyser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wlllet Keyser. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey Crowe Sr. of Sundance. Meets Athletics Here on Y Legion Auxiliary Installs Officers The Sundance Athletics make another attempt play their first home year. The Sundance club the Ohio Oil Co. team of Starting time is 1 p.m. Howard Harvey, former dance resident, is Casper team. The Ohio which will play baseball actually one of the top the Casper softball league. Local Doctor Flown to Rc For Treatment Dr. J. F. Clarenbach to Rochester, Minn. emergency treatment. Clarenbach was flown dance to Rochester by Air Service of Belle School Districts To Hold Annual Meetings July 24 The annual school ings will be held this year 24, the fourth Wednesday as a result of a change in law. School districts their annual meetings in first class school meet in June. Crook second class. Purpose of the new allow the assessed the districts to be known school boards meet. LUTHERAN Carr, Teddie Rounds, Charles " Wieck; Grade Two, R us se l l Allotment Set At Special Session Michael Pattinson There will be no worship service Graham, Sherry Kipp, Patty tar- Celebrates Birthday or Sunday school at Mt. Calvary sen, Cheryl Mauch; Grade Three, News from the Crook County The 36th annual convention of Michael Pattinson Lutheran church Sunday, June 23 Linda Baker, Nevil Crago, Kaye ASC office this week covered the American Legion Auxiliary seventh birthday since Pastor Schuett will be on Frolander, Judy Gladstone, John wheat penalties, soil bank and the will be held at Cheyenne June birthday supper given vacation~ Worship service will be Larsen, Linda Moeller, Billy Sher- National Wool Act program. 27-29. mother, Mrs. Dale Pat at the regular time, 11 a.m., June rard, Dorothy Sipe; Grade Four, The penalty rate for exceeding Mrs. Elfriede Schloredt will at- supper, the traditional 30 with Sunday school at 9:45. Lynn Collins, Bill Cure, Ralph the 1957 wheat acreage allotments tend the convention as a delegate and cake were served I Friends and visitors are always Goodson, William Mathews, Steven has been announced as $1.12. This from the Sundance American opened his gifts. The, welcome. Mauch, Charles Mitts, Pauline price is set at 45 percent of parity Legion Auxiliary unit. spent playing games al Mitts; Gr, ade Five, Henry Cundy, as of May 1, 1957. For producers Maurine Frank, Kathy Huckins, At a special meeting of the unit TV. EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE Elana Osgard, Janet Schloredt~ who may exceed their 1957 wheat June 12 at the home of Mrs. Floyd Guests were Donnie $ allotment, the penalty will average Hawken, installation of new offi- sell Graham, TommY, GOOD SHEPHERD Vivian Sipe, John Stech; Grade approximately $18 per acre. Summer service times - 7:30 Six, Marilyn Cundy, Kenneth cers was held. Following the Mary Ann Toner, SteWs and 10:45 Sunday. Mitts, Vernon Montgomery; Grade The ASC office also said that meeting, the Auxiliary adjourned low, Billy Sherrard a payments will soon be made to for the summer. This Sunday no services will be Seven, Glennita Jones, Gary Mil- producers who signed winter wheat held at the Episcopal church. A ler, Eddie Osgard, David Sipe, agreements last fall. Producers Mrs. Fred Good was installed as Pattinson. picnic is scheduled for the Episco- Shirley Wendt; Grade Eight, Don- who signed for acreage reserve president of the group. Other new pal churches of the 3rd Deanery at ny Mathhesen, June Myers and this spring will be considered for officers installed were: Mrs. M. E. InvitatiOnwe are holding open r Devils Tower this Sunday and our Eddie Reynolds. payment at a later date. McLaughlin, first vice president; our parents, Mr. and M.rs service will be held there at 11 Hulett students with perfect And the ASC said that the offi- Mrs. Dorman Ewing, second vice a.m. Hope that many will be able marks were: Pete Coker, Shirley cial rate of incentive payment on president; Mrs. Elmer Hoff, secre- Fowler, for their 25tn to get to the picnic. Bring Some- Barbour, Glenn Cheshier, Betty 1956 wool sales will he announced tary-treasurer; Mrs. Fred Schloredt, anniversary Sunday, june thing for potluck. Cochrun, Wilma Collins. June 21. Applications for pay- chaplain; Mrs. Floyd Hawken, his- 2 to 5 in the afternoon, GoodfellowNeXt WednesdaYwill meetmrning'with childrenMr' Perfect attendance marks were ments will be processed shortly torian; and Mrs. L. O. Tracy, set- nearthe evening,sundance,atwyo.theirNcr of the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grades recorded by the following Moor- after June 21 in the county ASC geant-at-arms. who wish to form a junior young croft students: Gordon Gill, David Office. Payments will be mailed Mrs. Roger Thomas was the in- willMr.be andSent'Mrs.~ E.~e]Y~M. peoples fellowship during the sum- Maze, Thomas Davis, Donald For- to all producers, late in June or stallation officer. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. mer. We will start at 10 a.m. ney, Robert Jesperson, Douglas early in July. Cookies for the veterans hospital Guy Fowler Robinson, Richard Claar, Charlotte were also collected at the meeting. Navy Recruiter To be in Hulett, Sundance June 25 Gladys Halleran arrive at Rapid City from Los Angeles to vacation at her horn Creek. Her sister, Majek, who came from in May, plans to remain fall. Both are county residents. C. J. Toner was a Monday evening of Dale Pattinson and Mr. and Mrs. M. K Buffalo were the home of Mr. and Allen and family. Father's Day the W. H. Mr. and Mrs. Ra son, Hulett; Mr. McPherson and Wash. Mr. and Mrs. man and family of in the evening. Donna d~ and Mrs. Don ed Friday from St. pital in Deadwood derwent a AMONG METHODIST FOLKS All Methodist women are invited to attend the meeting of the Ruth and Naomi Circle at the church at 2 p.m., June 20. Earl Newton will speak on American Indians. Mrs. Dillavou is program chairman and Mrs. Humphrey is hostess for the afternoon. This is the first circle meeting of the new year. It would be nice to have every Methodist woman present. Bring a friend if you can to hear'Mr. Newton's mes- sage. The Membership and Evangelism Commission and the Missions Com- mission are planning together to make the church more meaningful and helpful to all the people in the Sundance community. Sugges- tions will be appreciated. It is nearly time for the summer quarter, of the church school to begin. Let's keep our attendance as high through the summer as during the winter months. Several children have attendance awards coming, they have been sent for and will be given as soon as they arrive, Schiefer, Robert Schiefer, Arnold Altaffer, Bucky Graham, Curtis McCullough and Roger Petersen. Other students and their schools were: Cathy Jay, Leon Jay, Robert Hill, Jay School; Delbert Jones, Kath- leen Keveren, Nebraska School; Barbara Wendt, Beulah; Nancy Donaldson, Cracker Creek; Donna Roberts, Texas Baker, Svoboda; Gary Scoggin, Larry Scoggin, Gov- ernment Canyon; Robert Frolan- der, Houston Creek; Donald and Carol Zimmerschied, Cabin Creek; Thomas Vore, Janet Vore, Michael King, Weaver; Kay Ballou, Patricia Ballou, Michael Johnson, Johnson; Gwennie Maddison, Maddison; Lila Erland, Edwin Erland, Cedar Hill; Anita Rizzuto, Sherryl Pehringer, Alva; Marilyn Crago, Baroid; Karen and Charlotte Kruger, Four Cor- ners; Lonny Bartlett, Laurel Bart. lett, Storm; Vivian Wilison, Evva Lynn Hauber, Lake Ranch; and Glen, Leslie and Allan Budmayr, Budmayr. Danny Dick spent Tuesday to Friday visiting at the Gene Rey- nolds ranch; Upton Couple Parents of Son Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burdick of Upton are the parents of their first child, a son born June 14 at the Weston County Memorial hos- pital in Newcastle. The boy weighed 7 lbs. 9 oz. and has been named Randall Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Pearson of Scely are the maternal grandparents. Missionary to Speak Thursday at Methodist Church A missionary to the American Indian will speak at the Methodist church in Sundance Thursday at 2:30 p.m. He is the Rev. Earl Newton of the World Gospel Mis- sion. The public has been invited to attend to hear him speak of his work with the Indians. Chief Lloyd V. Bjerrum, Navy recruiter for this area, will be in Sundance and Hulett June 25 to interview candidates for enlistment in the Navy. Bjerrum will he in Hulett from 10 to 11 a.m. and in Sundance from 11:40 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. The recruiter said there will be a Navy recruiter in Sundance and Hulett at those hours on the sec- ond and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Information about the Navy can be obtained by writing the U. S. Navy Recruiting Station, Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey and Mike had as their guests at a Father's Day dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jensen and Lt. Col. and Mrs. Claude DeCory of Wash- ington; D. C.