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"Diamonds are Forever and so is Love" was the theme for the festivities honoring Mr. and Mrs. S. E. (Ned) Lanning of Spearfish on their 60th Wedding Anniver- sary. An open house was held at the Masonic Temple June 24, hosted by the couple's children. The theme was carried out in blue and white using diamonds tor decorations. The honored couple was greeted by their |riends at a special table decor- ated with diamonds and candles. PRAIRIE PALS HOLD CLUB TOUR JUNE 17 The Prairie Pals 4-H Club held their club tour on June 17th. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ferrell. Barbara Schoen- thaler atended part of the tour. The members met at the home of Vonda Taylor who showed her leathercraft projects. At the Holyoak home, Brad demonstrated the "Proper Way to A family tree was prepared by Clean a Hunting Rifle" and Tracy the couples daughter Mrs. Lillian demonstrated "A Place Setting lIolman, with pictures of the for the Dinner Table." ed by president Vonda Taylor,an average of 476 Ibs. this week NOTICE OF was held. The roll call was an- compared with 451 Ibs. a week ANNUAL MEETING swered by naming, "A nice thing ago. Steer calves averaged $57.78 The Annual Meeting of to do for father." this week compared with $61.01 a Three members planned to go week ago. Heifer calves weighed Crook County Historical Socieg to 4-H camp. The members voted an average of 487 lhs. this week will be held July 16 at 8 o'clock P.M., at the Crook County Mus" topay one-half the camp fee. The compared with 435 lbs. a week eum, Sundance, Wyoming. The judging and beef clinic on June ago. Heifer calves averaged 23 was mentioned. Scott plans to $44.34 this week compared with purpose of the meeting is to elect officers and to transact such oth- go. The Moorcroft Jubilee was dis- cussed. The older members of- fered to prepare a float. The club will provide a concession stand for cold drinks during the rodeo. The leaders were put in charge of this project by the president. Matt gave a wildlife report on Black and Grizzly Bear and Whitetail and Mule deer. A delicious pot luck dinner was served following the meeting. The next meeting will be at the Pleasant Valley Cemetery July 1 at 1:30 p.m. The Club plans to mow the grass. Susan will fur- nish cookies and Kool-ade. Club plans to mow the grass. Susan will furnish cookies and Keel- ade. WEEKLY STOCKER - FEEDER SUMMARY Sioux City, Iowa, June 29, 1973. A total of 3,752 head of stockers, feeders and calves went to Corn- belt feedlots this week through the Sioux City Stockyards, ac- cording to figures released by the U. S. D. A. Market News Branch. This is compared with 5,456 head the previous week and 2,492 head the corresponding week a year ago. Feeder cattle closed steady to $1.00 higher, instances $1.50 high- er with the full advance on the thin kinds. The supply was main- ly feeder heifers weighing 400-600 pounds and feeder steers weigh- ing 550 to 750 pounds. Choice 518 to 590 pound feeder steers $55.25- 58.00. Choice 600 to 700 lbs. $52.- 60-55.80. Couple consignments mixed Food and Choice $51.10- $52.30. Load and part load Choice including Prime 708 to 710 lbs. $56.00 - 57.00. Choice 700 to 800 lbs. $51.60-54.70. Few mixed Good and Choice $49.50-52.00. Load Choice thin 874 lbs. $51.60. Several consignments Good and Choice fleshy 810 to 950 lbs. $45.90- 48.75. Load and part load mostly Good Holsteins 860 to 955 lbs. $42.50-42.80. Choice fleshy 1000 to couple's seven children, 24 grand- The next stop was the McCul-1100 lbs. $45.75 - $46.50. children and 13 great-grand-chil- lough ranch where Roxie showed Three loads and several con- dren. her horses and Susan Brimmersignments Choice including Prime Mr. and Mrs. Lanning were displayed the material and pat- 404 to 418 Ibs. feeder heifers $56.- married in Farrall, Wyoming, on tern for the dress she is making. 2S-57.00. Choice 400 to 500 Ibs. December 17, 1913 and lived on The caravan journeyed to the 3.$0.5S.00. Load and part load their homestead at Ridge, Men- home of Matt Meyers who gaveChoice including a few Prime lana, until 1935 when they moved an interesting demonstration on 505 to 510 Ibs. $53.75-$54.00. Mod- to Belle Fourche. In 1941 they "How a Beaver Builds his House erate volume Choice 500 to 600 moved to Wyoming, and in 1951 and Dam." lbs. $51.00-53.00. Several consign- they built their present home in At the Dillinger ranch, Scott ments mixed Good and Choice Spearfish. showed his Shorthorn market beef $49.00.49.80. Several loads Choice Family members present in-and demonstrated "How to Mix625 to.630 ibs. Couple eluded: A Growin Ration,." loads Choice fleshy 710 to 790 lbs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lannin , After a journey across country, $45.2S-46.75, Othello, Washington, two of thear the group reached the home of Average steer weights this wee children and three grand- Tricia Donner. She gave a dem- week roached 791 Ibs. compared children, onstration on "How to Make awith Ft4 Ibs a week ago. Aver- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lanning,German Dish -- Barbecued Brat- age steer prices this week reach- Montana, their two chil- wurst", ed $49.11 compared with $48.72 a dren and four grandchildren.A business meeting, conduct-week agb. Steer calves weighed Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCauley ....................... $55.71 a week ago. MORRIS ON LEAVE Francis E. Morris, county sup- ervisor of the Farmers Home Administration, will be on annual leave July 4 through July 10. er business as may properly come before the Society. Dated June 28, 1973. Nora Reimer, Executive Secretary Publish July 5, 1973. PROFESSIONAL Available Throughout Crook County SUNDANCE VETERINARY CLINIC Rick Hosking, D.V.M. Ph. 283-1099 -- Sundance, Wyoming featuring THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. July 5, 1973 Following the open house, fam- ily and friends gathered at the Lanni~g home for a picnic supper Special music was provided by a Spearfish group. Chester I-Iejde, daughters, Sandra and Wanda, Aladdin, sang "Mem- ories", "Fascination", and "How Great Thou Art". Iamily, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio also attended. Cousins of Mrs. Lanning, Mrs. AI Davis, son ttarold Davis and sister of Mrs. Lanning and daughters, Mrs. Grace Kelt, Mary Louise Abell and husband Shirley Abell also attended. Mrs. Mellie Rhodes of Cairo, Mellie Ruth), Bellevue, Wash., their two children were unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. William Habeck Phiilis), Carlile, two sons and one grandson. Mrs. Ray (Lillian) Holman, Los Jtlamitos, Calif., two of her four children and one granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Howard York qElizabeth), Moses Lake, Wash., four of their five children and ene granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. William Lanning, Sundance, and their five children. Also for sale: A 273 acre beautiful little mountain ranch near Sundance, Wyoming. R. A. "DICK" MADER'REAL ESTATE Gilllette, Wyo.-- Ph. 307/682-3882 10,668 ACRE RANCH in strong, shortgrass country of northeast Wyoming, southwest of Newcastle, Wyoming. 6,120 ACRES DEEDED 4,548 lease - excellent winter or summer country. - 150 acres farm ground - 100 acres irrigated alfalfa - 6 windmills - 3 electric wells -- 16 res- ervoirs -- good improvements with soft water -- real nice modern three bedroom home with two baths, fireplace and 1900 sq. ft. of living area. R.E.A. - telephone - school bus to door for both grade and high school, No mineral avail- able. Ranch is now carrying 90 cows and 700 yearlings. Owner says will carry 350 cow units. Priced in the range where you'd like to buy at $800 per cow unit. [e Spearfish, S. D. Iris We will be closed all day July S to mark our merchandise for our 1973 sale. Beulah, Wyoming e Dance from 9 to 2 a.m.