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Miller Creek .." e Opal Oudin O loonooBoooaoBooonauoBonlooBoB4~ July 5, 1981 Rathbun has enjoyed a vacation at home. Camp at Mallo for the Kara 4-H Club and friends and relatives more time with her Sundance at the Crook !Memorial Hospital. Jen- returned 4o Casper r afternoon where she is I _1_ 11.~ sl{e and Mr. and 1Vies. the Fab- Class Reunion Ban- L Sundance Friday evening. was held at the School with followed. Mrs. Leonard Rathbun Colorado arrived at home Thurs- where they are Leonard is one of the Rathbun's brothers. Rathbun was among attended the funeral held for Mrs. Mae at the Methodist in Sundance Thursday and Mrs. Ken Hutchins others who spent l the Roger Rathbun home Mr. and Mrs. Ken also visited at the Bus- home Saturday eve- Mr. and Mrs. Dean who had come sister, Mrs. John Washington and son Avon The Washington Came to Sandrice to at- School class re- graduated with the 1945, and visit rela- Wilford Kennedy visited June 28, with Herman White and Rathbun also visited in the afternoon and both supper guests of the family. Wilford White's in the and Mrs. Herman White shopped in Sundance and were dinner and Mrs. W'dford at their home. The White family also at- he Fabulous Forties pic- picture taking in Sun- Margaret graduated with the Garman attended a of the Crook County His- held Tuesday eve- the County Museum in the basement of the Courthouse. The meeting was held at 7:30 p.m. Tina Garman and Becky Ed- wards spent the long Indepen- dence Day weekend at Cody where they attended the Fourth of July parade and celebration. They saw several people there from tb.:~ area. Mx. and Mrs. Merle Reed of Sundance shopped in Belle Fourche and Spearfish Saturday, June 27. They also visited Mrs. Annie Oudin at the Dorsett Home in Spearfish in the afternoon. Mrs. Cora Smith of Sundance was a Sunday, June 28 overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin after they attended the annual picnic of the Shamrock Ladies Club. Lee Schloredt of Sundance call- ed at Hal Oudin's Monday fore- noon. Jennie Rathbun and Billie Jo Rathbun visited Hal Oudin's Thursday evening. Roger Palat and son, Paul and John Rogers of Sundance called at Hal Oudin's Friday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oudin and Mrs. Car Smith accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin to Spearfish Sunday, June 28 where the group dined with Miss Blanche Kelly and Mrs. Annie Oudin at noon at the Dorsett Home. They also attended the 25 anniversary open house and afternoon program commemorat- ing 25 years since the beginning of the Dorsett Home. During the program a history was given on the origin of the rest home. Many additions and improvements have been accomplished. The history report was very interesting and the program was enjoyable. Mrs. Bob Gaines, Jennie Rath- bun, Mrs. Jesse Hoese and Louise and Mrs. Hal Oudin from this area helped at the school kitchen in Sundance Thursday making food preparations for the "Forties" banquet. Others help- ing Thursday and or Friday in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Ken Can- field, Mrs. Nels Smith and Gar- rett, Mrs. Tom Seeley, Mrs. Roger Rathbun, Mrs. Bink Nuss- baum, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Snyder, Mrs. Harriet Petersen, Mrs. Hollis Watson of Colorado, Mrs. Car Smith, Mrs. Genieve George, Hal Oudin, Floyd Brun- sen,, Fred Wald. Anyone else that helped in any way were greatly appreciated. The banquet was served by the Sundance Senior Citizens and Crook County Cow- Belles to approximately 245 peo- ple Friday evening at the Ele- mentary School. Job's Daughters members helped clear tables at the banquet. laOlOnOUememememe| Aladdin .-" O Judy Brengle O July 3, 1981 a couple little showers one on Saturday one on Wednesday snouonolomomo,,ololoiomomoiol~ night about 3 tenths in each shower. We did have some hot days and more to come it sounds like. I have a good excuse for my absence this past two weeks. We were at the state rodeo finals in Buffalo, Wyoming for five days and busy getting ready for it and returning home on Sunday. We did have a worth while trip. Davanne went representing Crook County as their rodeo queen and came home the Miss H.S. Queen of the state of Wyo- ming. She won the title along with the Horsemanship award and the Miss Appearance award. Darin came home the Saddle Bronc Champion of the State. Beth the kids will represent Wyo- ming in the National Competition in Douglas at the National High School rodeo in Douglas starting on July 26 going through Aug. 2. Other kids in the community competing in the state rodeo were Danette Brengle, who placed fourth in the 2nd go around in poles, Marvin Garrett who placed 3rd in the first go and 1st in the 2nd go in bareback and missed going to national by a very narrow margin. Mark Garrett also par- ticipated in the bareback. The kids did a real good job and we are proud of all of them. I am behind on the news so will catch some of you up. Most of the neighbors attended the farm sale of the Lyle Carrs. The Carrs have since moved to Lander and the ranch is now owned by Howard Telsrow of Alzada. We will all miss the Carrs and wish them happiness in their new home. On June 9 Alfred and Ruby Hutchinson drove to Denver, Colo. and visited with her sister Loretta Artues anff family and Doreen Robinson. They spent Friday evening at the Larry Enke home. They then drove to Laramie and picked up Leon Hutchinson and David Mathis who had spent the week at the Cowboy Basketball camp at the University of Wyoming. They returned home on Saturday. The Sunday following Ted Maline, Shawn Robinson and Jim Schmidt helped Hutchinsons roundup cattle and drive them to the forest. Other late news is John and Elizabeth were in Sheridan and Basin the first part of June. They also visited with their neice Serola Davis and Louie Braun. Betsy Moseley called and wanted me to put in the paper that Chuck Durfee of Sundance would be at their home on Tues- day evening the 7th to give a re- fresher course in C.P.R. to any- one that has had the course and would like to refresh their memory and techniques. After having an experience over the weekend where they were called on them to use their knowledge, they thought it would help every- one out. On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Allen Shelborne and three daughters of Washington State visited at the Kenneth McGillvary home. Mrs. Shelborne graduated with Jean McGillvary. Visiting with their parents over the week- end of the fourth is Stanley McGillvary and his wife from North Carolina, Lonnie McGill- vary and his family of Sheridan and they expect Jean and Bob Magelky and their family tonight. They all plan to go to the rodeo and parade in Belle Fourche as they have done in many of the past years. O If the blank space you see above were the whole State of Wyoming, the tiny dot near the center represents all the land ever disturbed by mining in the last 100 years. Altogether it's less than 70,000 acres- one-tenth of one percent of Wyoming. And most of that mined land will be reclaimed. LET'S TELL IT STRAIGHT Help protect your Wyoming Heritage...join today! Your annual membership--for $10 or more--will help keep our people informed by means of messages like this. ~/ ~ Wyoming Heriltage Society Wyoming Heritage Foundation lO01 14th St., RO. Box 2065, Cody, WY 82414 #481 Frank Pearson called on the Jim Geis family on Thursday. Jim and Lind Geis plan a picnic in Belle with the Chet Walkers and a visit to the carnival over the fourth. On Monday of this week they visited and had supper in Belle with the Chet Walkers. Lawerence Soukup was out from Lake Andes on Wednesday evening and had supper and visited with the Rick Brengles. Roger Soukup attended the rodeo in Deadwood on Monday night and won the cafe roping event. Dane Noyce also attended the rodeo and placed first in the rodeo in Deadwood in the Saddle Bronc and second in the rodeo in Laramie on Wednesday of this week. Jennie Pickerd is visiting with her grandparents Henry and Ruth Pickerd. She has been here for a couple of weeks. The George Whalens called on the Kay Dungeys this week along with the Lyle Carrs. On Tuesday Shirley Viergutz, Flora Miller and Erma Dungey attended the cow- belle meeting at Devils Tower. Kay and Erma Dungey visited with Hattie Osloond on Thursday and Wade and Corey Dungey came to spend some time with them. The Chuck Pearsons will attend the parade and carnival in Belle for their celebration of the fpurth. On the 25th of June the family hosted a birthday picnic for Jen- nie Kotek in Belle Fourche at the park. Joe Curren has moved his studio to Belle Fourche in the basement of Christiansons. We wish you luck in your new location Joe. Harry and Grace spent last Sunday at the Anniversary open house of the Fred Bevans. They also visited with Dot and Clarence Robbins last week. On Monday Martha Bailey went to Belle to the Glenn Nor- mans to visit with the John Nor- mans of Johnson Creek, Wis. and had dinner with them. The Nor- mans are brother-in-laws of Martha's. During the fourth Martha will have a picnic lunch with the Countrymans in Belle Fourche. On last Tuesday until Friday the John Molines visited with their son and family John and Suzette Maline in Riverton and 'also with DanMohne. On last Monday night the Molines at- tended a special Historical meet- ing in Sundance. NORTH BEAR LODGE Terry Fowlkes July 6, 1981 Thursday morning Mrs. Cheryl Graf and children attended to business in Belle Fourche. Mrs. Terry Fowlkes and child- ren visited with Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Ericsson Thursday after- noon. Mr. Joe Svoboda went to Hulett Thursday evening, and attended The Masonic Tower Lodge 44 yearly installation of their of- ricers. Svoboda's after spending the weekend at Keyhole. That eve- Mr. Lloyd and Mr. Earl Graf JULY 9, 1981 arrived at the Graf residents Friday evening and returned to Belle Fourche Wednesday eve- ning. Saturday night card players at the Clifford Fish home were Anita Fish, Dick Sampson, Carol Tina- koff, Dennis Skrove, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Christofferson, Mr. Bill Riedell, and Sue Svoboda. Mrs. Peggy Davis and two grandchildren Chandy and Coby Davis, and Francis Storm were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Svoboda. Sunday evening at the Clifford Fish residents was a neighbor- hood potluck. Those in atten- dance were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fowlkes and children, Mrs. Pat Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Graf and children, Mr. Lloyd Graf, Erl Graf, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cart and children, and Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Ericsson. They played volleyball until dark. Monday afternoon Larry Apland and daughter Maryl stopped by Mr. and Mrs. Joe ning Mr. and Mrs. Joe Svoboda attended the Eastern Stars open installation at Hulett. Mrs. Judy Van Patten and Mr. Cecil Van Patten were installed as Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron. Tuesday morning Anita Fish went to Belle Fourche and at- tended to business. Mr. Wilfred Bunney as out to the Lazy N Ranch Wednesday morning to help his grandson THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 3 He is the son of Wes and Carol Hockett, Upton and the nephew of Don and Alice Hopkins, Sun- dance. Hockett is also survived by a daughter, Christina. Perfect Symhe~ ofhrre Larry put up some hay. Mr. Bunney returned to Belle Fourche that evening. Hockett services set Thursday Funeral servmes for former Crook County resident Charles Clinton Hockett, 25, Ely, Nev. are set for Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Noocker Funeral Chapel, Gillette. Burial will follow in the Gillette cemetery. 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