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A class reunion marking the 30th year since graduation was held at Devils Tower June 19 by the Class of 1936 at Hulett high school. Nine of the 17 graduates attended the reunion. Shown left to right are Edward Thorn, Devils Tower; Charles Gaylen Sutton, Sidney, Nebr. Lloyd Reimer, Newcastle; Anne Reimer Groeber, Mitchell, S. D.; Stelle Reimer Goertz, Riverton; ? i~i ! i i~ii~~' ii ~!i'!!~ Margaret Oudin Nebr.; Alice Johnson City, Mont.; Alice Hulett; and Lt. Col. Dayton, Ohio. Streitor Clerks Observe 2Sth Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Streitor Clark were honored on their 25th wed- ding anniversary with en open house held Sunday at the Clark ranch with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Nicholas of Spearfish; their son end wife, Mr. end Mrs. Jim Clark and other daughters Janet end Judy and son Larry of Sundance hosting the event. Centering the tea table was a four-tiered white wedding cake docorM~d with blue roses and topped with a silver "25" The cake was baked end decorated by Mrs. Nicholas for the occasion. Decorating the living room were bouquets of white peonies and a bouquet of white gladioli and spider mums. Friends of the couple assisted at the tea table. Janet Clark was in charge of the gift book end Judy Clark in cherge of the gift table. A mon- ey tree was also presented to the Clerks. About 13S guests were registered during the afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Straitor Clark were married in Deadwood, South Dakota June 14, 1941. Witnesses for the couple were Mrs. Myra Clark Clingan, now of Upton, and Claude Banks of Spearfish. After their wedding, the Clarks moved to s ranch located 91/2 miles south of Sundence elong highway 585 and have since made their home there. Mrs. Thyra Thomson Mid Wed. nesdey that she will be a can- didate on the Republican ticket for re-election as secretary of state. Mrs. Thomson was elected see. rotary of state in 1962 in her first try for public office. She graduated cum laude from the University of Wyoming. Her husband, Keith Thomson, served three terms es Wyoming's Congressman and was elected U. S. Senator in 1960 just prior to his death. Ted had spent ten days visiting relatives in Chicago. Gary Wi~tihms, ~ndance, was an overniF#ht ,guest of Ted ors Thursday. Sherry Sager and boys visited at Millers Friday afternoon. Bryce Sager and Don Moline joined them later in the evening for supper. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Miller were Saturday supper guests at the Ben Millers. Mrs. Rosina Moline, Kimball, South Dakota has been visiting at her sons the John Molines. She went home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swanson and family, Kimball, were overnight vistors. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Miller were visitors at the John Molines and helped Dan celebrate his 14th birthday. He is working for Bryce Sager this summer. John Jr. is cutting posts on the Steve Geis ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pickerd and Howard were last Sunday af- ternoon visitors at the Maurice Hauber home. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Miller were last Sunday visitors at the Leonard Viergutz home. Mark Viergutz spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lakso. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Wolff were in Belie Fourche Monday. They stayed all night at Lyle Wolffs. They went to graveside rites for Mrs. Paul Quarnberg Tuesday, Mrs. Bill Sipe and Kenny were in Belle Fourche Friday. Elwood helped Eddie Gantz with the building of the new room and bathroom on their house and helped Dewey Sipe with building one day. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Wolff had dinner with Lyle Wolffs Wednes- day. They were having water pump trouble so were in town again on Friday. The Wayne and Lyle Wolff families spent Fathers Day at the Gust Wolffs. Mrs. Franklin Fisher, Santa Barbara, California visited the Kay Dungeys one afternoon. Gary was a caller one day. Mrs. Dun- gey and Mrs. Ed Osloond visited ,Mrs. Theresa Budmayer and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grubl in Sturgis and Mrs. Dessie Otle in Rapid City on Monday. Steve and Jim Gels went to the Rocky Point Grazing Association Picnic last Sunday. Mrs. Gels returned home Sunday evening from attending Grand Council meeting of Jobs ,Daughters in Laramie. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hewes and Mrs. Bob Miller had dinner at the Geis home Monday. Ted Miller and Gary Williams wero Thursday evening visitors. Mrs. John Moline and Mrs. Lena Bunney left for Denver, Colorado Thursday. Mrs. Bunney will undergo surgery. The Aladdin Homemakers Club met with Mrs. Ralph Nickel- son in Belle Fourche Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Loyd Viergutz and three daughters were wel- come visitors. Also Mrs. Darrell 'Nickelson and Diane joined the group for lunch. The school board met at the Henry 'Pickerd home Tuesday evening. The Hutchinsons helped Chris and Etl Helmers move cattle to the Dave Richards ranch and to Alva. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wil- ,liamson, Vale and the Ed Helmer family were last Sunday dinner guests at the Chris Helmet home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heimer and ~ryce Sager and Dan ~oline helped the Hutchinsons take their cattle to the Reserve. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Helmet visited Mrs. Bessie Willson in White- wood one evening. The Bryce Sager family ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Leitner and Kendall to the Hulett rodeo Sunday. Mrs. Sager and sons had dinner and spent the afternoon at the Ben MilUer home Friday. Bryce and Dan Moline joined them for supper at Mill- ers. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Roth were Tuesday evening visitors at the A1 Nelson home. Mrs. Nelson visited Mrs. Ben Miller Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, Fern Nelson and Mable Wood visited George Sipe and her son Leslie and family, Colony Thursday evening. Mrs. Elmer Heetland was a Saturday morning caller at Nelsons. Mrs. Nelson attended a Farm Bureau meeting in Hulett Saturday night. Mrs. Otto Carlson, Jana and Faye and two of the George King sisters were Monday after- noon visitors at the Frankie Pearsons. Mrs. Nancy Pearson spent Tuesday at the Carroll Tope home. Mrs. Frankie Pear- son accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Nels Pearson to Rapid City. They had coffee with Mrs. Gordon Shoemaker. Debby and Terry Brengle spent Thursday after- noon at Pearsons. The rest of the Brengle family joined them for supper. Mrs. Lyle Young was a Friday afternoon visitor at the Pearsons. Nancy Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Pearson, Charles Pear- son, Faye Smith, and "Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Shoemaker spent Sunday at the' Ivan Moore ranch for the branding. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kotek and the Pearsons and Faye Smith were supper guests at the Gary Brengle home Saturday in honor z)f the 10th birthday of Debby ~rengle. Evening visitors were the Ron Brengle family and Mr. and Mrs. Shoemaker. The Gary Brengle family went to the barbecue at the Guy Doll ranch at Buffalo on Monday. They brought Randy home a,fter he spent a few days at the Myron Brengle home. Debby and Ter- ry Brengle and Christi and Billy Ross are taking swimming les- sons in Belle Fourche. Oscar was a caller one day. The Ron Brengles stayed alJ ni~ht at the Gary Brengles Saturday. They all went ,to the Myron Brengles to brand Sunday. Bill Brengles were Sunday morning callers at the Gary Brengles. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Nelson, Fern Nelson, Mabie Wood, ,Mr. and Mrs. Kay Dungey, Preston Mitch- ell, the Roy McKinney family, the Larry Ross family and John Moline and sons were at the Redwater Farm Bureau picnic Sunday. Emerald Reineeke and daughter Sylvia Penfold and children ,and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tauck went in the afternoon. Kelsie King spent the weekend at the Carlson ranch with them and her mother and sisters. Ernie ~rammer put a new pump in for the Carlsons. Mr. and Mrs. John Quint and their grandchildren Dale, David and Darlene Weiderick attended church in Newcastle then spent the day at Keyhole Mr. and Mrs. and family were guests in the Gene at Devils Tower. Those attending a family picnic at Sunday were Mr. and Petersen and family, ,Mr. and Mrs. Calvin and family, Upton; Mr. JWoodrow Petersen and and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Moorcroft; Louise lands, California and and Mr. and Mrs. Larry and family, Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. and family spent with Mr. Mills' Mrs. Ralph Mills Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy of Beulah dinner guests of Mr. John Litzel and CindY. ,Mrs. Sam Lappe and companied Mrs. David Peterson of Dallas, to Upton, June 15 visited Mr. and Mrs. and family and Mr. and ry Clingan and family. visited Mr. and Mrs. ~na in Osage. Bathing suits for ladi~ children at the Jack a~1 Shop. Mrs. Mervin Paterson, Freda Peterson and Mrs. Davis of Osage spent a trip to Cheyenne GreeJy, Colorado and Nebraska. They attel graduation of Mrs. erson's cousin in were accompanied to Mrs. Peterson's aunts, man Johnson of Mrs. Art Wegatr and J~ where they visited Freda Peterson visited Mrs. Peter Weitzel in then accompanied .her Mrs. ~ Deines to they visited Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. John Omaha arrived Friday their daughter and and Mrs. Ben Sager. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Burlington, Wyoming were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Sager. Mr. and ,Mrs. Kenneth and children of Cheyenne June 14 to spend two iting their .parents, Mr. Jack Moberg and Mr. Sidney Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Coll Susan were among those tended the 25th wedding sary celebration for Mr. Straitor Clark Ly. ~Mr. and Mrs. Delos Mrs. Anna Wood 50th wedding bration held for Mr. and Harry Coffee in day. From Moorcroft, to Newcastle ~here they Fathr's Day dinner and Mrs. Don Plato Mr. and Mrs. Harry and Kim and Hrs. O. and Jill toured the ~Black Hills ,then visited Mrs. Ralph Watson in Sunday. Also sons were Mr. and Goodon of Cheyenne spending a week in the home. THE SUNDANCE Sundence, Wyo. June