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course and will graduate August 26, 1966. Named on the honorable men- tion honor roll for the spring quarter was Cheryl Gels, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gels, Aladdin. Another 1965 graduate of Sun- dance high school, Miss Gels is enrolled in the executive secre- tarial course and will graduate March 4, 1967.. Representative Bob Ad- announced last will be a candidate nomination reaSUrer. Said he firmly believes treasurer should the expansion of industries already the best of his abil- new payrolls to Served as Democratic from 1956-57; state committeemen md was delegate to in 1952, on Business Roll IIayward, daugh- Mrs. Calvin Hay- has been ham- roll for the at the National Rapid City. a 1965 gradu- high school, is senior secretarial Woody-Maupin Wedding Is Held at Gillette Miss Delores Woody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Woody, Gillette, became the bride of John Maupin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Maupin, Alzada, Mont., June 4 at the Presbyterian church in Gillette. The Rev. Gerald Case perform- ed the double-ring ceremony. The bride wore a ballerina- length dress of white chant}fly lace over satin with a fitted bod- ice and a bell-shaped skirt. She wore a shoulder-length veil of silk illusion held in place with a crown of seed pearls and crystals. She wore a corsage of red roses. Matron of honor was Mrs. Bill Bowling, sister of the bride. She wore a yellow ballerina-length linen sheath dress with white accessories and a yellow and white carnation corsage. John Fowler, Gillette, served as best man. The bride is a graduate of Hot Springs county high school and attended Casper College. She is presently employed at Pioneer Manor. The groom graduated from IIulett high school and attended Casper College, majoring in vet- erinary science. He is present- ly employed by Dalbey Construc- tion. The couple will live in Gillette this summer before returning to school in the fall. Two County Young People At 4-H Conservation Camp Delegates from every Wyoming county studied conservation of natural resources and geology at the annual week-long 4-II conser- vation camp, held at Heart -6 ranch near Moran. RCA Championship Rodeo and Eelle Fourche's 75 Anniversary Celebration Cowboys Competing Entry Fees for $7500 in Prize TWo WORLD-FAMOUS ARENA ACTS: In Randall and the ROY ROGERS LIBERTY Sisler's AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD DOGS Clowns Buefler "r MeKinney Brothers Rodeo ~lraaty S~humacher Stock SIX CONTEST EVENTS: nd Bareback Riding - Bull Riding - Steer Wrestling . Wild Horse Race PARADE JULY 4 - BANDS - CARNIVAL -k. -k * SEAT TICKETS ON SALE AT BELLE E CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Children - $1.75; Adults - $3.50 8,000 Covered Grandstand Seats Sun(lance, Wyo. June 23, 1966 Among the delegates register- ed were John Snider and Patti Larsen, both of Sundance. Campers attended classes taught by conservation special- ists and visited the elk refuge and other sites of interest in the area. Camp sponsors are the Uni- versity of Wyoming Agricultural Extension Service, Wyoming 4-H Council and the W~,oming State Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts. Sundance 4-H Member Is Alternate Council Member Fifteen 4-H club members have been elected to plan the 1967 Junior Leader camp at Douglas, according to J. M. Nich- oils, state 4-11 club leader. Edward Prosser, Cheyenne, is the new chairman. An alternate member of the council is John Snider, Sundance. The walleyed pike, found in many of the state's waters, be- longs to the family of perches, although its form is suggestive of the pikes. states. Monuments & Markers All kinds and sizes. Price right, quality unexcelled. We set them for you, no extra charge. Call collect or write for appointment in your home. FRED BLAKEMAN Moorcroft, WyL , 1 It's good to get hom(;... after a day of hard work dr hard play. And it's pleasant to relax with cool, refreshing beer. In fact, 65 % of all the beer produced in this country is enjoyed at home. It cheers your taste as it re- news your zest. So, make yourself at home... with beer. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. P. O. BOX 107 CHEYENNE, WYOMING SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ON IMPALAS, BELAIRS, BISCAYNES Choose any JET-smooth 1966 Chevrolet. It'll be built the "Chevrolet way".., comfortable, dependable and good looking.., and you can save (money) at SPEARFISH MOTOR COMPANY'S BIG DEMO SALE -- Complete Stock to Choose From -- Your Chevrolet and Buick Dealer Spearfish/S. D.