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Unites - John Thorn Ellen Chatfield, Mr. and Mrs. Charles the bride of son of Mr. and Mrs. of Devils Tower at ceremony held the Church of Christ Mr. Gall at the double- chorus was feetur- the wedding and Chatfleld end daughter "At Dawning." Bas. gladioli decorated marriage by her fath- ~.brad in I floor- of white satin and fashioned with a and a short lace long pointed sleeves. length veil of silk held by I crown of Pearls. She carried a of white stephanotis as- With strings of pearls handkerchief belong- great.grandmother SIoan. Willey, Hulett, sis- ) bride, who wee matron Was attired in a light dress with blue and and white car- Flower girl, Mar. Hulett, a niece of ring bearer, Lindell Sundance, completed Party. Thorn, Laramie, broth- groom, served as best were Eddie Ray brother of the bride, Willey, brother-in- bride. daughter's wedding, Mrs. Chatfield wore a two piece blue and off-white silk dress with blue and white accessories and a white gardenia corsage. The mother of the groom chose two piece beige suit of raw silk, with beige and white accessories and a white gardenia corsage. A reception was held following the ceremony in the Presbyterian church parlor with Misses Donna Richards, Cheryl Chatfieid, Linda Watts, Becki Vergers, Cheryl Gels and Mrs. Michael Thorn as- sisting. Centering the bride's table was a three-tiered wedding cake trimmed with blue roses and topped with satin bells. As the couple left on their wed- ding trip to Yellowstone Park, the new Mrs. Thorn wore a two- piece blue linen dress with schiffll embroidery, blue end white accessories and a stephon- otis corsage from her bouquet. Upon their return, the couple will be at home at the Thorn ranch at Now Haven, Wyoming. The bride is 1966 gradt~te of Sundance high school. She was drum maior for the school band, is a member of Jobs Daugh. ters Bethel No. 43 and a 4-H member. The groom is a 1964 graduate of Mexico, Mo. Military Academy and is presently enrolled at the University of Wyoming. Those attending the wedding were relatives and friends from Sundance, Gillette, Devils Tower, Hulett, Salt Lake City, Billings, Buffalo, Wyoming, Cody, Moor- croft, Aladdin and Laramie. Spec- ial guests were the bride's grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chat- field, Sundance and the groom's grandmother Mrs. Anna Canes of Cody, Wyoming. Home of Inyan Kara Home- were entertained at of Mrs. Jack Lantz Wed- 15 with ten mem- two visitors, Miss Vir- Crook County Agent and Sell present. the traditional weddings, club mere- bers answered roll call with descriptions of their wedding cos- tumes. Descriptions of .styles of wedding dresses ranged .from one worn in 1906 by Mrs. Lila Zim- merschied to the one worn by her sister, Mrs. Wilbur Dillavou, in 1963. The club voted for county assessments to be made according to number of members rather than by the club. President Mrs. Lloyd Cole, re- porting on the Sundance city park meeting which she attended recently, expresses a desire for all organizations to prombte a better park pro'gram. Mrs. Cole and other interested members plan to attend the next park meeting to investigate the needs of the park. A gift was presented to Mrs. L. G. Lenders upon her recent return home from the hospital and a donation made toward the Shirley Lampert fund. Mrs. Emory George, who at- tended the Wyoming Extension Homemaker's annual meeting in Torrington recently, said that a contest is open to all club mem- bers who ~ish to write a 500 or 600 word story on any cluub ac- tivity. The article can be about any newsworthy project on either the local or state level. It must have been accepted for publication by a newspaper or magazine then published. The state in which the person lives will get state credit. The individual will also be named to receive a certificate of merit. This entry must be sent to Shirley Blackner, Lyman, Wyoming 82937 not later than June 30th. Mrs. George went on to tell of various projects accomplished by other counties in the state. Remarking on the international meeting of Associated County Women, Mrs. George said that United States delegate Mrs. E. L. Survant of Trenchera, Colorado who attended the event in Dub- lin, Ireland, reported that ,Mrs. Aroti Dutt of India was elected president of A. C. W.; and that during that week, 823 women of a divided country (the Republic and Northern Ireland) sang with real feeling, a song of peace for "lands afar and mine." Mrs. Robert Engstrom returned the demonstration, "What's New In Foods." Mrs. Engstrom noted that foods that are properly freeze-dried and kept in sealed containers can be kept for two years at room temperature. Mem- bers may inquire at the County Extension office for more in- formation on the process. Cake, ice cream and beverages were served at the close of the meeting by the hostess. County Cowbelles to Meet Tuesday The Crook County Cowbelles will meet Tuesday, June 28 at 2 p.m. at the Tower Junction for their regular business meeting. Reports from the Stockgrowers Convention in Gillette will be heard. Electa Chapter Installs 1966-67 Officers Thursday New officers of Electa Chapter No. 5, Order of the Eastern Star, were installed at an open meet- ing held in the Masonic Hall Thursday evening with 43 mem- bers and visitors in attendance. Serving as installing officers were: Mrs. Florence Bunney, Hulett, Installing Past Matron of Pine Cone @hapter No. 41; Mrs. Amelia Bushnell, installing chap- lain; Mrs. Loretta Durfee, install- ing marshall; and Mrs. Redell Hooper, installing organist. Newly elected and appointed officers of Electa Chapter are: *Helen Cole, Worthy Matron; Vic- tor Cole, Worthy Patron; Marlene ~apham, Associate Matron; Ger- ald Popham, Associate Patron; Elaine Clark, Secretary; Alice Hawken, Treasurer; Claire Tracy, Conductress; Thelma Glover, Associate Conductress; Dora ttay- ward, Marshall; Redell Hooper, Organist; Mildred Cundy, Adah; Joanne Nicholas, Ruth; Violet Smith, Esther; Claralee Vore, Mar- tha; Virginia Hejde, Electa; Jan- ice Schelldorf, Warder and Ulric Hawken, Sentinel. Chaplain, Pauline Butner, who was unable to be present, will be installed at the first O.E.S. meeting this fall. A program was given for the new worthy matron and worthy patron by the star points, assist- ed by the associate matron. Mrs. Cole was then presented a Black Hills gold emblematic ring by her husband and daughters Janet and Judy and ~her mother-in-law, Mrs. 'I)al~on Cole. The out-going officers honored Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cundy, out- going Worthy Patron and Worthy Matron with a farewell skit "Re- turn 'From Orbit", and presented them with gifts. *Following a recess for the summer, Electa Chapter will meet again September 1st. Jobs Daughters Hold Last Meeting of Season Sundance Jobs Daughters met in the Masonic hall ,Monday' eve- ning for a short business meeting with Linda Edwards, Senior Prin- cess presiding. A letter was read from the C, rand Guardian concerning the Educational Travel Tour to be held in Colorado July 14-17. Beth- el No. 43 plans to have two girls .participating in the tour. Following the meeting, the ,~,irls and their chaperones at- tended a movie in Spearfish for the Jobs Spring Party. Those furnishing ears and chaperoning were Mrs. Richard Hooper, Miss Janet Schloredt, Ulric IIawken and Allen Edwards. Also ac- companying them were Mrs. Bruce Gose, Mrs. Allen Edwards and Debra Ware of Portland, Ore- gon. Bethel No. 43 then recessed until September. Birthday-Father's Day Observed At Dinner Mrs. Sidney Harvey and Mrs. Lloyd Cole were hostesses at a dinner held in the Cole home Sunday in celebration of Father's Day and the birthday of Sidney Harvey. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Moberg, Debby and I('evin, Cheyenne; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harvey, Mike and Steve, Scottsbluff, Nebraska; Lloyd Cole and Susan and the birthday honoree. Gathering In City Park Honors Former Sundance Teacher Students of Mrs. Jo Percy Irvin, a former Sundance teacher, now of Wenachee, Washington, met with Mrs. Irvin for a picnic in city park Sunday to renew ac- quaintance and talk of bygone school days. Those attending the picnic were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin, Mr. and ,Mrs. Woody Vore and Janet, Mrs. O. C. Dinkins and Jill, .Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McLaughlin, Mrs. Abe Sipe and Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Dillon, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Clark and family, Loren O'Haver, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Har- per and Frank Blakeman. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skeesick and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ralston picnicked and fished at Cook Lake Sunday. Bobby Sherrard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sherard, left Sunday for Denver where he will start his enlistment in the U. S. Navy. Robin Vore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vore of Beulah, ac- companied Bobby to Denver where he too joined the service. Judy Schloredt returned home Friday after spending 10 days in Portland, Oregon with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and ,Mrs. Sam Ware and Debbie. Judy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schloredt, met her at the plane at the Rapid City airport. Accompanying the Schloredts .home was Debbie Ware, who also arrived at Rapid City by plane to spend ten days with tbe Schloredts and other rel- atives. Mr. and Mrs. Weimer of New- ark, Delaware were recent visit- ors in the Ted Rounds home. The Weimers' daughter and family, the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Dickey of Newark sent their best wishes to their friends in Sundance. Mr. Dickey was a former rector of the 'Church of the Good Shepherd inu Sundance. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Kauzlar- ichief Kirksville, Missouri were guests Thursday-Monday of Dr. and Mrs. G. R. Hudson. The Kauzlarichs and Mrs. Hudson toured the Black Hills, including a stop at Mt. Rushmore Friday. Dr. and Mrs. Kauzlarich were be- ginning a two months tour of the West. During Texaco's Spectacular, Start A Set of No stick, no scour Teflon-coated aluminum cookware. Start your set now and take advant- age of these prices: 2-Qt. Saucepan - $2.89 "k 10-inch Skillet- $3.69 Cookie Sheet - $1.39 ")C Bake 'n Roast Pan - $1.99 3-Qt. Saucepan - $3.19 Meat Loaf Pan - $1.39 "k Nylon Spoon. 39 "k Nylon Spatula - 29