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New officers of Sundance Jobs Daughters were installed here ,Friday night in ceremonies at the Masonic Hall. Pictured leH to right are Peggy Dudrey, Society (Please telephone or mail your mcteCy and personal news te Mrs. Straitor (Elaine) Clark, Smaaa~, Wy~mi~. INYAN KARA HOMEMAKERS Iny'an Kara Homemakers Club me June 18 at the hmne of Mar- garet Blakeman ia Beotah. Seventeen members answered roll catl with "A helpful gadget in my home." A lesson on"recycled material" was given by Evelyn Sisson and Nat J~aes, members of the Give and Gain Homemakers Club. ~a Olover and Genieve j~rg~presented various sub- the sta~e con- ve~ion which was held at Sheri- dan. A ~tion was made to the Sundance Recreation Board and men,,bers voted.to have a food sale a'erinf the county fair. Penn/m for Pale was oolle~ed wil/1 $1.23 netted. member will seek a haz- ard in their home and correct it ~as .part o ~e sa#ety program ;re~._ at ,~h ne~ meeting ~wtti~m wilt b0 held July 16 at th~ :home of Maegarot Pickord. July 20 witl'b~ ~ anmufl faro: ity and friends picnic to be 1m11 at noon. Bevea-ages will be fumisimd. Pkm were finwlized for serv- ing l~h at the Witbur Craw- ~,ford sale. Refrec, hments were servod in- cludi~.g a b~ thday cake by Thel- ma t~lover to h,.~aor ~ who had birthdays during the last three mon~. Electa Chapter O. E. S. Installs New Officers Eleota Chapter No. 5 Order of the Eastern Star held a formal special meeting on June 17 for the installation of officers. Doris Kohler was installed as Worthy Matxon; Bi~l Kohler, Worthy Pa- tron; Evelyn Hejde, Associate Matron; Chester Hejde, Associ- ate Patron; ReUell Hooper, As- sociate Cm~uctrass; Karen Pet- erson, seo~tary; Helen Cole, treasurer; Martin Peterson, ~ol..h~lain; Victor Cole, marshall; Smith, organist; Emi right, Adah; Claralee Vote, Ruth; Katheryn Thompson, Es- thor; Janet Clark., Ma~ha; Mary Pulse; Electa; Dora Haywaed, warder and Paul Smith, sentin- el. After the oremony, the Worthy ~was prese~ed a year book her officers. following cammittees were ~: AudiUng, Mildxed Cun- .~rld. Martin Petorson. Relief, Cla.alee Vote, Karen Peterson, CK~C~ and Doris Kohler. it O'ago was appointed to a three year term as ~ruatee. ,~~ were served from treasurer; Maxh~e Lanning, pro- moter o[ sociability; Laura' Mitch- ell, custodian of paraphernalia; Ruby Schlup, promoter of fin- ance; and Jeannie Wyatt, direct- or of epochs. The Bethel will recess dusting July and August and resume me, tings in September. Refreshments were served by members of the family. CARD OF THANKS The N. E. Wyoming Keep Your Gun Committee takes this means of thanking its advertisers and donors. Our pregram, p~in.ted by Creative Printers in Rapid City, contains 11 errors. We will per- sonally contact each advertiser soon in an attempt to make res- titutiou for Simpson's errors. Thank you. N. E. Wyo. Keep Your Gun Committee Stlirley DriskiLl, Chairman senior princess; Billie Mitchell, fi6nored queen; and Seth Alexander, past honored queen. 8andra Hejde, new junior princess, is not shown. a carry-in dish furnished by the members. The c~apter will recess for the' months of July and August and the next regular meeting will be September 4, 1975. Grand Chapter sessions will be held in Newcastle August 14, 15, 16. Jobs Daughters Install Offioers at June Meeting Billie Mitchell was installed as Honored Queen of Bethel Nol 43 Interna'donal Order of Job's Daughters at a special meeting held June 20 at the Masonic hall. Other elective and appointive Of. ricers installed were Peggy Dud- rey, Senior Princess; Barbara Lanning, guide; Jeannie Hibbard, marshall; Sharon Intoning, senior custodian; Jackae Wyatt, chap- lain; Gay Roberts, Musician; Shirley Crago, Librarian; Shar- on Harbaugh, treasurer; Christy Helmet, xecorder; First Messen- ger, Melissa Smith; Second mes- senger, Khrisl7 McKexmey; Third messenger, Patti Pulse; Fi~ffa messenger, Gina Wright; Inner guard, Sharon Sctflt~p; and clmir members, Dense Deck- man, Kate I~lakely, Be~ Alex- ander, Putt Commlly, Trudy Dub- fee, Kelly I-lelmer, Sandra Ul- rich, and (~tis Mclnexney. Both Alexander, J4". Past Hon- ored Que~, was the installing or- ricer and was assisted by Janet Clark, guide; Renee ~!ey, mar: shall; Jan bipe, tmapmm ann Chris. McInerney, flag bearer, all Past Honored Queens of Beth- el No, 43. Clec Roberts, past honored queen of Bethel No. 26 of Upton, served as installing re- corder. Rita McKenney was in- stalling senior custodian and Lin- da Olso, past senior prificess, was installing junior custodian. Re- dell Hooper, past Bethel guard- ~an, was installing musicmn. Josie Pearson sang "Climb Every Motmtain" as ,the newly in- stalled honored queen knelt ~t the altar. She was escorted to her station by bex brother, John Mit~.heli, and assumed her duties for the ensuing year. A gavel was presented by her mother and fa4hor and a quilt top entitled "Job's Troubles" with the names of the officers and council auo- gr~Pr bed on it and was a gift from sisters and husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McKenney, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McKen- ~ney and her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Mitchell, Jr. She was presented a bouquet of roses from her brother John. Afar the imtaUation, the cer- emony of flowers was :held with each Jobie signing the Honored Queen's year book. Josie Pear- son sang "Nearer My God to Thee" as the kids knel, t in the position af a cross at the close of the coewmony. The council members of Bethel No. 43 were instaUed following the Bethel officers installation. Jane Edwards, grand guardian, served as installing officer and was assisted by Barbara Lan- ning, guide; J'eannie Hibba,rd, marshall; Jackie Wyatt, chap- lain; Gay Roberts, musician; and Christy Helmer, recorder. Coun- cil members installed included Emi Wright, guardian; Bob Beau- doin, associate guardian; Evelyn Hbjde, recorder; Violet Smith, Aladdin Homemakers Club Plans Pitch-In Picnic Aladdin Homemakers Club was held at ~ home of Mrs. Nell Volm~r June 11. Mrs. Jeff Oenn, a newcomer to Aladddin was a guest. Margaret MoEnc presented the lesson "You axe What" and Ruby Hmchinson talked on "How to Communicate." A thank you ietter was read from Hospital Drive '75 for cur donation. 4-H members will cut the grass and weeds at the hall this year. Alice Wolff and Clau- dice Pearson will do the Memor- ial page for Olga Nickelson for our history book Ruby Hutchin- son updated us on Land Use Planning. A Community Pitch-in Picnic will he held Sunday evening, June 29 at the Aladdin picnic grounds. Margaret Moline and Remember-- wE ARE YOUR DEALER FOR- Moore Business Forms and Registers REPAIR ORDERS ~- SALESBOOKS ~k RESTAURANT CHECKS BILLS OF LADING ~1~ FUEL METER CHECKS ~, CONTINUOUS STATEMENTS ~r ANYTHING THAT IS PRINTED Printing is Our Business. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Jane 26, 197S Ruby Hutchinson will be host- Our next meeting will be held Wednesday, July 9th, at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. John Moline. Roll call will be "What I Plan to Take to the Fair." The 4-H members will gJ_'ve their deman- stratior~s then. Visitors are al- ways welcome. CARD OF. THANKS We wouldi like to express our deepest appreciation to all who attended our silver annivexsary open house and for all the many beautiftd cards, gifts and phone calls. A special thanks to Robemta Queen for all her help and to all others who helped in any way. You've helped to make us happy, in a very special way, Zt will never be forgotten. We extend our heartfelt thanks for a beautiful and memorable day. Tracy and Margaret EllsbmT CARD OF THANKS The Sundance-Crook Cotm~ Ambulance Associa~ti~ would like to thank Bill Myers and Ke~ Beeman for letting us use their cars for the auto extrication demonstration. We appreciate[ the help from Terry Newiand in geUing the cars to and from the school yard. i special flmnks to those wh~ attended fl~e demonstration and the .ball game We appreciate your supgort. Bob Wilcox, Presideat Marcia Johnstorh sec.-Treas. The Sundance Times Quality Printing at Competitive Prices