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Alva Wigglers 4-H Club Meets at McAmis Home All members attended the meeting of the Alva Wigglers 4-H club held June 7 at the home of Alvin McAmis. Roll ca41 was answered with safety hints in connection with their project work. Members discussed the club tour to be held in July. Each member will give a demonstra- tion in connection with their project. Other discussion was held on 4-H camp. Talks were given by Lea French on "How to Honor and Display the Flag." Alvin Mc- Amis, "A Short Trip to the Doc's Office"; and Marvin Mc- Amis, "More Precautions." Refreshments were served fol- lowing the meeting. Parents and guests attending were Mrs. Russell French, Mrs. Bob McAmis, Connie and Debbie, Mrs. Bruce McAmis and Cheryl and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Shaul. agent is Miss Virginia who graduated of Wyoming She succeeds Lola Horton, whb resigned in Decem- ber 1964. During the past year at the University of Wyoming, Miss Ramiey held a True Drilling Co. scholarship. Silver Spur 4-H Club Holds Regular Meeting The regular meeting of the Silver Spur 4-H club was held June 19 at the c.lubhouse. At- tending were Cathy and Joy Belle Jay, Baine and Jim Maupin, and Anna, Becky, Donna and Frank Dorsett. Five members of the club plan to a~tend 4-H camp. The program for the club tour will include a demonstration by each member and a style revue by the sewing group. Carlile Wranglers 4-H'ers Hold Picnic Dinner ']~_e June 19 meeting of the Carlile Wranglers 4-H club was held at Pine Gardens Park near Carlile with a picnic dinner at noon. Carol Zimmerschied and Carol Richards played accordion music to entertain the fathers present. Members answered roll call with "What I'd Like to Do This Summer." Carol Zimmerschied gave a re- port on the junior 'leader camp and Bonnie Z' nmerschied, Becky Roberts and Ruth Lytle reported on the borne economics Judging they attended in Sundance June 18. A report was given on the license books sold. Twelve members are planning to attend 4-H camp. Elbert Zim- merschied will act as chaperone and Marion Haptonstall will cook. The club will hold its tour Aug. 2, starting at the ,HaptonstaH ranch and ending at Pine Gardens with an evening picnic. Reports were ~given by Ruth ,Lytle on the history of citizen- ship and by Norman Lyble on automotive highway safety rules. Demonstrations were given by of warning by beau- tanning ages the can't be avoided riding in a convert- or just walking. Your complexion from of sun and daily facials which and soothing. Your face with soap- perspiration, oil cosmetics which can produce blemish- some baby oil With The commurdty picnic has Carol and Clint Zimmersehied in been scheduled for July 17 at 1 knitting. p.m. Those attending are asked The club spent the afternoon to bring a covered dish and tbale paining the rocks and cleaning service for their family. Painting and raking the park area. Next of the clubhouse was also dis- meeting of the club will be held cussed during the meeting, at the park July 10. After the meeting, Donna Dor- The May meeting of the club sett gave a demonstration on ac- was held at Tower Junction at Sunny Divide 4-H Club Meets at Lake Home The Sunny Divide 4-H club met at the Helen Lake home June 17 with members answering roll call with "Why I Joined 4-H." Seven members attended the meeting. John Snider led the flag pledges and Jack Lake led the 4=H club song. Members were reminded of the home economics judging June 18 and the livestock judging June 22. The club voted to hold a dance at the community hall if the club can use the ,hall. Three of the club members were to meet with .the Sunny Divide Farm Bureau to seek permission. Committees for the dance are Linda, Sue and Judy Snider, lunch; and Robert ~nd Jack Lake and Melody Rathbun, music. The club voted to get a new sign for the community hall and pay each members' way to 4-H camp June 28July 1. The club's tour wiU be held July I0 starting a'c 12:30 p.m. with a potluck dinner at the Roger Rathbun home. The tour will visR each members' home and demonstrations will be given. Roll call will be "My Favorite TV Show." John Snider gave an inspira- tional talk. Lunch was served by Sue and Helen Lake. PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS CIVIL NO. 4285 To the defendants: Thomas E. Bowman, Nancy Owens, Beulah Sylvester, Mary E. Provant, David B. Provant, Oliver Poulson, Alexander C. Henderson, whose addresses are unknown, and the unknown heirs and devisees of any of the above named defendants who may ,be deceased, and .the unknown heirs and devisees of George Ashdown and Minerva C. ,Henderson, both deceased; You and each of you will here. by take notice that there is now on file in the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, at Sun. dance, Wyoming, filed by Gerald D. Snyder and Alfreda A. Snyder, plaintiffs, a complaint naming you as defendants, and asking judgment that you, and each of you, may be compelled to show your respective interest In and to the following described real es- tate situate in Crook County, Wyoming, to,wit: Lot 5 of Block 29, Bowman Addition to the Town of for use as a lubricat- cessories. 8 p.m. with 12 members answer- Sundance, Crook Cour .ty, Wy- Massage this over ing roll call with a superstition, oming, ntly with upwardFormer Hulett Pioneer Pays Treasurer Bonnie Zimmer- it remain for five First Visit .in SS Years schied reported on the moneythat the same may be adjudged , then rinse it away Making her first visit to Hulett taken in at the dance and raffle to be null and void and that said water ending up in 55 years May 96 Mrs. May 6. Tuffy Vore won the ,plaintiffs he adjudged and de- SPlash Myrtle Hulett Sager Dutterow, transistor radio. Sandra Griffith creed to be the absolute and unqualified owners in fee simple COOlness after whose father Hulett was sold the nmst tickets and will re- of all of said lands and premises muggy "dog days,"named, ceive a prize, and entitled to the exclusive try to cool off with showers - which "work.' Relief is because cool wat- seal in ,body heat, as comfortable later. The remaining cool is to tub of warm water for then scrub gently toe with soap. The the skin thoroughly remain o pe.n to let per- flow wimout obstrue. in warm wat- vessels so inter- Can leave the body-- feel comfortable for Underwater Leed exercise but have. sports, try "trim- figure in the bath- ing your back can exercise, if you :" by using a long- brush. Instead, use washcloth to nnd to your back, and twisting your tor- Scrub. ~ake sure to of that hard-to-get-to This is ,good for Waistline and your tub-toner is to try YOur back and legs ks You wash your ankles Besides firming your arms, this exercise tendons which when you wear shoes. Trimness can cleanliness as a bonus bath. Mrs. Sager, her son James and his wife, all of Olym:pia, Wash., visited Mrs. Mary Sutton and Mrs. Alice Bush. She was bern Jan. 6, 1885 at the original homestead one mile south of Hulett. Her father Lewis settled on a homestead on the Belle Fourche River just back of the house on the hill where Mrs. Vyrlee Wood lives on the JH Ranch. The family ,left the homestead in 1897 and moved to the Little Missouri country. Her father was postmaster from 1886-1894. She was married to Vet Sager Du~terow in 1911 and moved to Washington. She has two sons living. They visited Devils Tower and the graves of her mother and f~ther near Seely. She said the land of the original homestead looked very familiar but that Hulett was unfamiliar. They also drove to Alva and visited the V. M. French family as both families once lived near Ftandrcau, S. D. Mrs. lone Lorenzen Receives 5-Year Hospital Pin Mrs. Ione Lorenzen, Sundance, should have been listed among the employees at Crook County Memorial Hospital receiving 5- year pins rece ly. The pins were awarded at the 29th annual meeting of the Lutheran Hospitals and Homes Society at Jamestown, N. D. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. June 23, 1966 Earlier in the evening, a sur- prise potluck supper was held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Deeder's 41st wedding anniver. sary. About 50 guests attended the event. Crook County Memorial Hos Admitted June 14---Barbara Lewis, Sun. dance. June 15--Gloria Riehemann, Upton. June 17--Tina Moller, Upton June 18--James Smith, Sun- dance. June 19--Elizabeth Morris, Up- ton. June 20---Aileen Roberts, Sun- dance. Dismissed June 14--Thoma Dietenberger, Sundance. Wallace Mortenson, ,Hulett. Judy Cummings and boy, Gillette. June 15---Viola Tavegia, New. castle. June 16--Mark Williams, Sun- dance. June 17---Charles Ralston, Sun- dance. June 16---Barbara Lewis, Sun. dance. Olive Schelldorf, Sun- dance. Gloria Riehemann and bey, Upton. June 19---Leslie Schile, Sun- dance. Tina Moiler, 'Upton. Births June 15--6 lb. I0 oz. boy to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kiehemann, Upton. Named Walter Eugene. possession thereof, and that the title of the plaintiffs be forever quieted against you, and each of you, and that you be excluded from any interest In said prem- ises. You are further notified that unless you answer said complaint on or before the 13th day of A tgust, 1966, ,the sa d complaint will be taken as true and judg- ment by default rendered against you in accordance with the pray- er thereof. Dated this 21st day of June, 1966. Marion Cure, Clerk of Court (SE kL) Gerald D. Srryder and Aifreda A. Snyder, Plaintiffs Reynolds & Hughes, Attorneys June 23-30--July 7-14. New Paul A. Redfield, Sundance ,Bill ConVey, Sundance State Dept. of Education, Cheyenne F. T. Fahringer, Sundance Renewals James D. Ross, Upton Walter H. Wagner, Sundance Fritz Schleun ng, Canlile Victor Mehnson, Sundance Douglas Solsetb, Sundance Wyoming Eagle, Cheyenne Tom Ma tpin, Alzada, Mont. Harry Scnggin, Seely Norman Weaver, Glendale, Calif. Billy Leavelle, ~Lubbock, Texas R. V. Burner, Sundance Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hayward were Friday business callers in Rapid City. Their daughter Don- na returned to Sundance with them for the weekend and along with Danny Hopson, accompanied the Haywards to Newcastle for Fathers Day at the Wallace Boul- den home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Good visited Mrs. Good's brother Harold Ham sen Friday. He is a patient at Homestake hospital in Lead. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harvey and their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M@berg visited Mt. Rushmore then Story .Book Island in Rapid City during a tour of the Black' Hills Friday. Through the recommendation of the Red Cross at St. John's hospital in Rapid City, the Sun- dance Dorcas Ladies recently shipped 13 boxes of shoes and clothing to the Mother Butler Foundation in Rapid City. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skeesick and family drove Kelly and Kim- my Botz to Bowman, North Da- kota Saturday to meet their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Botz of Bismark, North Dakota. The BOtz children returned home after visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ralston of Sun- dance. Mrs. George Pridgeon of Belle Fourehe spent Friday in the home of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. ,Lee Schloredt. Miss Sharon Pirdgeon of Belle Fourche was a Sunday visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rounds and family picnicked with Mr. and Mrs. V. M. French of Alva at Devils Tower Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cruse whe were married June 4 left Tues- day for Zionville, Indiana on their wedding trip. In Zionville, the couple will visit Mr. Cruse's par- ents, .Mr. and Mrs. Don Cruse and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Quint were business callers in R pid City Monday 'of last week. Mrs. John Litzel and Cindy, Mrs. Larry IAtzel and J. W. an4 Mrs. Vere Braley accompanied Mrs. Charles Jones and Chuck to Rapid City on a business trip Saturday. While there, M s. John Litzel visited Earl Kleck. ner and ,his mother Mrs. Amelia Kleckner, ,who was also visRing him at St. John's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lappe and family attended Mr. and Mrs. Straitor Clark's 25th wedding an- niversary open house Sunday, then called at the N. S. Clark ranch home. Other visitors at the N. S. Clark's were Mr. and Mrs. Dallas I~ppe and family of Beulah. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey at a picnic at Keyhole Sunday were their son and fam- ily Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lindsey of Gillette; bits. Lindsey's nel ew and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sen- sen; Elmer Jensen and Mrs. Win- ifred Dunn of Worland. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sager and Mrs. Sager's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John ,Henkle of Omaha, at, tended the christening of the Sag- era' granddaughier Kristln Ann Sager, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben K. Sager in Deadwood Sun. day. All gathered for dinner at the Sager home at Sundance and were joined by Mr. and Mrs. El- don Roadifer and family of Sher- idan and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Clark and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Good were Father's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Good of Spear- fish. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Habeck left ,Monday for Ceylon and Moose ,Lake, Minnesota for two or three weeks visit with relatives. Sunday - Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Trotter were Mrs. Trotter's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Erickson and Mr. and Mrs. George Gade of Lincoln, Nebraska. Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hutchins and family were Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blakeman and Jannie of Moorcrofl; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson and Chester Hutcbins. Kenneth Hutchins was an afternoon ~ler.. ~: Mr. and Mrs. son and Helen Ann spent Sat0rday-Mon- day in Oshkosh, ~lehr~ka with Mr. Sisson's sister, ~ Melvin Newlin and other relatives,