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July 5, 1973

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The bicentennial flag flew for the first time in Wyo- ming the weekend of June 23-24 over the Community Pow Wow on the Wind River Reservation. The pow wow was funded by the Wyoming Bicentennial Commission with a $1500 matching grant as the first local project to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tromble and son Rusty made a quick trip to Minnesota to bring their pick-Ug home. During their absence Ma- rie visited her grandmother Mrs, Viva Tromble and the twins Mille and Mark visited their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wileraan and children at Rapid City. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ball0U and children were Belle Fourche business callers during the week. The community extends heart" lest congratulations to Mike N!e- man and Vicki Bush our newlY" wedded couple. Both of these fin0 young people grew up here. The Elvin Rush home was the scene of a family gathering evening of June 29th when they met for a picnic honoring the birthday of Mrs. Rush. Loraine Brimmer delivered a truck load of garden soil to sor~e of the lots at the Hulett cemeterY during the week. Walter Cheshier is the new'custodian there. • Mr. and Mrs. George Terry anu family are here •visiting her rao" ther, Mrs. Lena Fowlkes, also her sisters and other relatives and friends• As this is being mailed word Members of the Blacktail Hustlers 4-H club pose for a pic- St. Patrick's Moorcroft, Satur- Houghton is the former Darlene so attended. J ture at the Hulett Rodeo Grounds during their annual tour. Dem- day, 6:30 p.m. onstrations and illustrated talks were given, and work was done Confession before Sunday mas- Mahoney.Pastor and Mrs• Harold Buck- duringR°berttheS°rensensession, andwaSbecame ~initiat¢~ in project areas. A picnic supper was served after the tour. 8es orany time. ingham of the Assembly of Godmember of the local Rebek~ SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Church, attended children's camp lodge. CHURCH at Douglas, Wyo., also youth The lodge recessed until SeP" Myron W. Taft, Pastor camp and report a very good tember. Mrs. Bob Sherrard served Sabbath School, Saturday, 9:30 attendance and splendid interest lunch. a.m. Worship services, Saturday, at both. / 11 a.m. Prayer meeting, Tues- Mrs. Alegra Lee of Sundance, day, 7 p.m. The public is invited is spending a few days here at to attelad, the home of her sister Mrs. Roy Albert Piekerd Honored Wright. Previously she visited On 8Sth Birthday . ^, UNITED METHODIST CHURCH friends in Belle Fourche and also Albert Pickerd was honorea v,: The Rev. Frank Gunter near Albion, Montana. his 85th birthday with a During June, July and August, Mrs. Eunice Mowrey of Belle the home of his son Henry 1-'Iv " Sunday School and Sunday church Fourche, is a houseguest of her erd June 29. services will be held at 9 a.m. daughter, Mrs. Frank Fowlkes. Those present included: Jerry Page has purchased a and Mrs. Albert Pickerd, Mr. Mrs. Henry Pickerd, Mr. W. S. C. S. meets every second trailer-home from Mrs. Kermit Mrs. Elmer Pickerd, Mr. Tuesday. Karlson, who purchased a larger Mrs. Emerson Pickerd, Ald.,,o SUNDANCE WESLEYAN one from Mrs. Helena Ista. and Tom; Mr. and Mrs. Orvzu CHURCH Mrs, Irene Willey and daugh- Rev. Arnold LaRue, Pastor ter-in-law, Mrs. Rogere Willey Ellen;Pickerd'Mr.Albertand Mrs.OrvillewilliamLee ~'l~. Sunday school - 9 a.m. Sundaywere in Belle Fourche Saturday beck and Phyllis; Mr. and .I~'~" worship services - I0 a.m. Eve- and visited the former's moth- ning worship - 7:30 p.m. Omega er, Mrs. Hilda McAmis who is John Walters, Mr. Otto Hal~e~: ' for Youth - 6:30 p.m. ' recovering nicely from a long ill- Mr. and Mrs. Aldean Olson, ltl Bible study, and prayer for ad- ness suffered last winter, bridge, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry ults, Omega Key Club for youth- Miss Connie Nieman, daughterLanning, Othello, Wash. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nieman is A carry in supper was se.~,~: among those who are very enthus- and the evening was spent visitS_} LUTHERN CHURCH iastic about climbing the Devils and viewing the many things Mr. Stephen Grumm, Pastor Tower. Some experts have been Pickerd has made the past years, ML Calvary Lutheran . here regarding the adventure. Sundunc.¢ Charles Bare of Spearfish, son of NOTICE OF APPLICATIONIt Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bare, is an- Worship service . Sunday, 9 other who has made daring prog- RETAIL MALT BEVERAGI a.m. Sunday school. 10:15 a.m. ress on the climb. PERMIT Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Mr. and Mrs. Noel Page and Notice is hereby given that Moorcroft - Worship services, family have moved to the home the 25th day of June 1973, Ffa' Sunday, 7 p.m. previously owned by the former's W. Tschetter, Fred D. Tschettef. • CHURCH OF CltRI r parents. Pel ef°r raiR ht:lfMaltof ' andgGaryL_Jensenfileda . Earl Shaw, Preacher Vacation Bible School was held i Sunday - Bible study, 10 a.m. jointly from the Baptist Church t Worship services and commun,and the Assembly of God Church Clerk of the Coun of Crook ion, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednes. with an enrollment of 100 chil- the following described place iay services, 8 p.m. dren. Later the Baptist Church premises, to wit: Room conducted Vacation Bible School Frame Building situate on F il-am-'y at the Homestake School in the and bounds description in Roark 27, T. 51 N. R. 66 W. 6th P. Littleof here.Miss°uri River vicinity west Wyo, and protests, if any. th¢ Otto Nelson is in a Rapid City be, against the issuance of Reunion Planned hospital suffering with a broken license will be heard at the hip and a verteba injury. We wish of 10 o'clock A. M. on the /ft, A Roark family reunion is plan- him a speedy recovery, day of August, 1973, in the ned for July 6-8 at the Richard Mrs. Inez Chittim and daughter missioners Room, Court kious ' therapist. Another way to put it The fact that you (e.g., mar- Snider ranch. Sunday noon, a pot Mrs. Tootie Axtell and two chil- Sundance, Wyoming. wouldbe that if there are no dis- riage partners, family members) luck picnic will be held at the dren of Longview, Washington, (Signed) Francis Hej agreements, the people must not have disagreements fine. It's Sundance City Park. All friends have been here visiting relatives Clerk be communicating. HOW you disagree that then be- are welcome. In case of rain, it and friends. Inez is a sister of (Dated) June 25, 1973 It is normal to have differences comes important. Have it out, will be held in the Church of Zack Jay and Mrs. Glenn BushSEAL opinion• You can expect no but have it out fairly. Christ building, and grew up here. June 28; July 5-12-19, 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ownbey,Mrs. Alta Plato Honored long-time residents of thi vicin- For Service at Rebekah ity, accompanied by their son-in- Lodge Meeting June 28 .. EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Alta Plato was honored GOOD SHEPHERD Lyle Mahoney, and the latter's her service to the Wi WacipPa. The Rev. Stanley Cliver, Vicar daughter and husband, Mr. and Paha Rebekah Lodge No. 29 _a] Worship Services - 9:30 a.m. Mrs, Sullivan, all of Oregon, have she was presented with a 25-yea] Sunday. Sunday school . 9:30 been here visiting relatives and jewel at the regular meeting he! a.m. Sunday. friends. Mrs. Sullivan was for- in the IOOF hail June 28 w~u, merly Marilyn Mahoney, one of Noble Grand Wilbur Dillavou pr¢- the twin daughters of Mr. and siding. CATHOLIC CHURCH Mrs. Lyle (Mable) Mahoney. Mrs. Charles Donaldson, Who Rev. John Wright Mr. and Mrs. Jan Houghton and served as a representative fr..o~ the lodge, gave an informanw Mas~ schedule: two children of Tucson, Arizona, report on Grand Lodge which W~ St. Anthony's Upton, Sunday, are visiting her mother Mrs. Ker- 8 a.m. mit Karlson and family, also the held in Laramie recently. Chat St. Paul's, Sundance, Sunday, grandfather Earl Wilson and oth- Donaldson, Mr. and Mrs. Will u 10 a.m. er relatives and friends. Mrs. Dilavou and Robert Sorensen ar July 2 Florence Osborn children. A nice shower fell here last Friday evening but more is need" ed at this time. came of the passing of Mrs. Nin~ Hardy at the Sundance hospita, be sponsored by the WBC. This flag, bearing the official yesterday. She has been a loa~ time resident of the vicinity a~o logo of the American Revolution Bi-centennial Commis- the residents extend their syrup~" sion, was painted by hand on a double-sheet of white thy to her surviving daughter, cloth for the event by Clarence Tyler, an Arapaho Indian. Mrs. John Whalen and all grand"