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H. Coo'k wm of Mt. Church in Bethlehem in Moor- ipecial thanks- services on p.m. at the ~, Church in be guest Bernard Sta- Luther will be pastor and Gillette, who va~- was born in and attended He is married Maxine Be- Their son, man in the Is presently Their ts a regis- and in Scotts- received his Concordia Nebr., and from the He has states, has" A.A.L., a fra- com- done private He attended Sem- IlL, un- program and the min- the Lutheran Synod in he has Luther Divide Sid- ~nd St. Paul's in Sidney. cordially in- the installa- A reception the set- Miller Creek Opal Oudm June 17, 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Dan and Mrs. Wilford Kennedy worked in the yard at the late Wyman Bushnell residence in Sun- dance Tuesday and Mrs. Herman White kept a dental appointment in Sundance in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Dan transacted business in lIulett Wednes- day and visited Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Griffith at their home Saturday forenoon. Bob Steller of Casper, owner of the late Irvin Hap- tonstall ranch, called at Her- man Whites Saturday fore- noon and Bud Willson called at Whites Sunday forenoon. Christina Garman consult- ed a doctor in Sundance Monday for medication to treat a stubborn cold. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rath- bun. Randy and Billie Jo, 'Mrs. John Tenke and Lynn Barnes drove traveling by car to Storm Lake, Iowa, May 31 where Mr. and Mrs. Darwin McConkey joined them to Holland, Michigan where Ab Martin joined the gourp to New York to attend the grad- uation exercises at West Point Academy where Ken Rathbun graduated June 6. They traveled from Iowa in a mobile home and returned to their homes here Tuesday evening, June 12. Kenneth Rathbun return- ed to the Roger Rathbun home Tuesday and is pre- sently visiting relatives and friends in Oregon ac- companied by his youngest brother, Tony, he will report to Ft. Sill, Oklahoma after spending a month on vaca- tion. Visitors at the Hal Oudin's Tuesday forenoon included Mrs. Gwen Bruns and her son and wife, Dr. and Mrs. Dean Bruns all of Lucan, Minn., and their exchange students from Brazin, name- ly Sandra Lsper, of Manans, Brazil and Ida Correa, of Belem, Brazil. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin accompanied by Mrs. Annie Oudin attended the carry-in supper at the Sundance Senior Citizens Center Wednesday evening, it was also the occassion of Mrs. Cora Smith's birthday. Mrs. Jerry Greenwood, Rodney and Jason of Minot AFB, North Dakota arrived at the home of her parents, Mr. +and Mrs. Hal OudJn, Friday afternoon, June 15, where they remained over- night. Murray Mooller of Gillette was also an over- night guest taking Mrs. Greenwood to Rapid City airport early Saturday mor- ning where she took a flight to Shreveport, La. where Jerry is attending a short session of college and receive a degree Thursday. Rodney and Jason Greenwood are visiting at the Hal Oudins until their parents return from Louisianna. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McDon- ald and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stauffenberg of Carlile spent Saturday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Willson called at Hal Oudin's Thurs- day evening. Men and boys of this vicirdty fought a lightning strike fire in the timber up Oak Creek near the Bob Gaines and Reno Lytle ranches, Thursday- night. They expressed thanks to the Homestake for the help they rendered. guardian, and: Pulse, grand, second, Aladdin Homemakers learn macrame Roll call was answered with, "How To Cope With Summer Company," when the Aladdin Homemakers held their June meeting at the Aladdin Community Hall. The flea market date was set for Sept. 8 in the Aladdin Store parking lot and anyone interested is welcome to set up a booth. JoAnn Klocker gave a re- port on the 4-H rummage sale to be held July 12 at the: Scout hall in Belle Fourche, i S.D., from 1 p.m. to 5 be 4-H members will servei cookies, coffee and koolaid. Margaret Moline gave a report on the state she attended. Linda Geis will host thei next meeting when roll call will be answered with. "What You Plan to Take to Fair." A flower program will be given Dolly Clark from the Floral Arcade in Sundance. ShErry Williams from The Trees and Twine Shop in Belle Fourche taught mem- bers how to macrame a plant hanger following the meet- ing. Collier named to college honor roll Frank Collier, Sundance, has been named to the Pres- ident's Honor Roll at Sheri- dan College for the spring semester of 1979. Students on this honor roll must carry 13 semester hours and maintain a 3.80 grade point average. JUNE 28, 1979 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 11 I%ddie and M.ry Jo Kokesh, Sundance, attended the Co-op Youth Leadership Conference on the campus of Vc'fllinm JeweH College, Liberty, Me., June 18-23. They are shown above with Armin Finkbeiner, left, manager of Farmers and Ranchers C~pemtive, Belle Foumhe, S.D., the sponsoring agent for their trip. 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