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July 31, 1969

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r 1 Smith Family Reunion Held In Custer Sunday The ~amily of Mr. and ~Mrs. J. R. Smith of Custer gathered for a reunion and carry.in dinner at lhe Smith h,ome in Custer, Sun- day ~vi~h 43 attending from Cus- ter and Philip, S. D.; Newcastle ,and Sundance, Wyoming, and the stace of ~assachusetts. Six of the couples' nine chil- dren were present including Mr. and ~rs. Kenneth Eide, Philip, S. D.; ~Ir. and Mrs. Kenneth Mont- gomery, Sund.arme; :Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith of blassachusetts; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smifla, Lee Smi~, C~ster, and Bill Smith, Philip, S. D. Also present were seven of ,the S~miths' grandchil. dren and seven gre~t-grand0hil. dTen. Mr. and ~rs. ~or~tgamery were also ~vnored during the a~te,r- noon ~i~ a surprise observance of ~heir 25th ~edding anniver. sary i~or ~hi~h they were present. ed an a~niverary cake .and a mon. ey ~ree by their daughter and f~mily .Mr. and ~VIrs. Jim Morris, and son Vernon ~ontgo,mery of Sundanee. W. Jackson & 3rd Spearfish Tel. 642-4212 Mrs. N. S. Clerk Honored on Birthday Mrs. N. S. Clark observed ~er 79th birthday July 25 ,and cele- brated the occasion w~th her daughters and sons and families and friends during ~heir visits to the C'hrk ra.ach ~hgme Thurs- day,Monday. Gifts ,of cards, cakes and h~me. Gerry, Ne~castle; Mrs. Harryand Mrs. Bill ~auch, Ma'. andMrs. Frank Blakernan was of Spearfish joined 4heart ~or ~$~" Clingan and ~amily, U~pton, ~r. Mrs. Bob Miller, Mr..and Mrs.guest of ;h~aar Saturday evening per. GiSts were ~resentted a lld~~, ,and .Mrs. David Peters, n, Four Ray Nilles, Mr. and IMrs. John at the Gerald ]3:lakeman home--- evening of visiCdng ~as e~aju$ ' Corners; Chester Clark, RRapid Windsor, dVIr. and Mrs. Du,ane ~hen ~he ~'rank ~lakeman's, Mr. iMr. and Mrs. Frank Ta~k. ~ Ci,ty; IMr. and Mrs. Bi'll Johnston, ~tartl, ,Gene Atberts, David ~ar- and ~rs. John ~lakeman, Mrs. W. turned from Sioux l~.alls Wedge" Gillette; ,Mr. and Mrs. Andrew oaadeaiu, Poaber~ Blasing, [Larrry "H. Blakeman, ~Mrs, ]gllir~ghm~sen day evening--~fter spending t~o Clark, and ~r. and Mrs. Sam Lap- Boyton, Danny Chladek, James and Mr. and ~rs. B:it.1 Blakeman ,weeks visiting relatives t~re' pe ,and Marlin, Sundance. l_~_~--. .... 5 _- _- - ~--_- _-_% " -'~ Roberts Home Scene Of Panhellnic Coffee A Pa.r~hellenic summer rush par~y and i nforma~ co~fee was held in the Alan Robe~s home Thursday morning t~or all fresh- men girls planning to enter the University of Wy~,ming this fall. Wyoming Uni~,ersity Senior Miss Sharon' Clark, Sund.ance, summer rush chairman ~or northeast Wy- oming, was in charge of the af- fair. :Sorority ai,u~mni present, repre- senting Alpha Chi Omega, Chi Omega, Delta Del,ta DeRa, and ~a~ma Phi B~ba sororities were ,Mrs. Tom Wright, Newcastle; ~Mrs. Ted Gilbert, ,Mrs. Jo~hn Windsor, Mrs. Richard ,Macy, ,and ~rs. Alan Roberts, Sun- dance. Also presen,t were Miss Nancy Wright, Newcastle, an ac- tive sorority member ,and Dana Proctor, :Susan Nussbaum, Peggy Dillon, Shirley Du~fee, Sun- dance; Susan Humes, Susan Sail and Mary Kirkpatrick, Ne~v- c~stle; and Su~n Seoggin, Hulett, University ,freshmen. A ,panel discussion on college, generally, ,and sorority life, spec- ifically, highlighted the event. County Cow Belles Meet in Sundance The Cr~ok County Cow Bdles pledged $15 to the Sundanee swimming p,o~l ,fund and made Harmon, Cathy Ue~mer, Norman ~Mueller, Tom Toner and Ron Wiph. Those un,able ~o attend were ~Mr. and ~rs. Oharles "Bud" Stagemeyer, Mr. and ~Mrs. Rodney Stoltenburg, ,Mr. and ~Mrs. `Bob `Ber~jamin, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice ,Classiek and IMr. and .Mrs. Bill Nairn, Russell Graham, Darrell Pickerd and David Young. B & T Club Meets In Popham Home Two tables of cards were in pla at the meeting of the B & T Bridge Club held Wednes- day evening, July 23 in the kome of Mrs. Gerald Pogham. Guest players were Mesdames .BH1 Kunerth, Sidney ~arvey and ,Paul Sharp. *High scorer ~as Mrs. John Wind~or, second high Mrs. Sharp, and ,l~w, Mrs. Harold ~Bernd. The next club ,me~ing was tentatively set for Au,gust 13 at the ~Harold Bernd home. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter ,of ~t~he Es~te of Perry J. RRoberts, Deceased Notice is ~ereby give~ ~hat let- ters of admin, istrat~on ha~,e been granted to ~he undersigned ad- min~i.str~trix by the District Court of Cro~k Country, Wyoming, in Eae above estate, and th~,t all persons having clairna against said estate are required to file them wi~h ~he necessary vouch- ers in the office o`f the Clerk of made ice,cream ~ere presented,plans ~o enter a float in the fair the abo.ve named cotwt or to ex. to the bonoree ~he past week by parade at ~he club's regular bibit ~hem with ~he necessary Mr. and ~rs. Charles Clark ~nd meeting held :here Tuesday, July vouchers on ,or before three *.,e iiM~l~gWscs~i!o:~ii:P:d:S~i! m~nths ~fter J~ly 17, 1969, the The S~d date of the first pu,blic~ion of this notice ~o the undersigned administratrix at ~he law offices Times ten ,for C, ow Belles by *he Ray. of l~yn~lds & Huglkes in Sun- ~Patter~n Keller, ,and read by dance, Wyoming, and if such Continuing ~,al~lain Mrs. Frank Pearson.etaims are not so filed or exhibit- The CNmk County N~ RR~II,, ca~l was answered wzt~h" a ed, they willlt be ~orever barred. An Imlependent N~tq~l~r good, :hot -,w~a~her food." 'I~a~ed this l~th d'ay of July, In a report on the June 9 1969. MEMBER ~ockgrawers and Cow t~e.lle con- G~adys ~vOlbeTcl;S, ver~tion held in Newcastle, R was Aa~nistrataSx k~/~ ~l} ~l~l noted that fMrs. iR. I. /Port, Sun- Roynolds & l-Iu~hes,H'u~ A~,tm'neys dance, ~as named ~,o ~he State July 17-24-31, 1969. ' WE , eef Promotion com,mittee. The Association - Founam'l laP.~ installation of 1969-70 state of. Wyoming Prize'- Winning Newspaper 1968 ..... ,:: m Published Every Thursday by The Times Publishing Co. The Times is I~el newspaper for all publicetion~. $ohn E. Lindsey, Publisher Charlotte L. Lindsey, Circulation M~neger Howerd Allen, News Editor, Adv. M~m~ger Subscription Rate~: To P. O. Address in Wyoming, and Butte, Lawrence and Cart- er Coul~les, $4.00 per year. To P. O. Address outside Wye- ruing ~4,$0 par year. Minimum Subscription, 6 too,. $2.50 Nine Months Student Sub~cription $3.00 NOTE: If chenging ~ldms, please INCLUDE former ad. dress. Also give Box or Street No. and your ZIP CODE. Entered at the postofflce at Sundance, Wyoming 82729, as second class ma ter under the aet of Mareh 3, 1879. ficcrs was one of t,he .main items Of business on the ,convention ,agenda. Local Cow Belle mem- bers who attended the session were !Mrs. Port, ~.rs. Alfred Schelldorf, Mrs. Lew Phillips and Mrs. :F~,ank Pearson. In o,t:her business, ~rs. Tracy Ellsbury was ~aPIminced oh,air- ,man af ,the eonffolence commit- tee, and :it .was anno,unced that the new State Cow Bdle presi- dent, Mrs. Fred Floyd of Gillette plans to visit a local Caw Be~le meeting in ~e near ,future. .. The August meeting was can- celled and Sept. 23 set ,for the next session that will begin a~. 1 ~p.m. in l/he Lag Cabin C.~fe with a no-hostess luncheon. The roll call will /be ".the 'house'h~ld .task I dislike the most." Forest Service Couples Gather For Cook-Out Mr. and Mrs. IMarvin Liewer .and ~ir. and ~rs. John Baswell hosted a "bring your on steak" ,c~ok-out at the Bas~vell ~home Sat- urday evening with emplwyees of the Bear I~dge Distvi,ct o.f ,Vhe Black ,Hills National Forest and their spouses as guests. Th,ose ~resen,t ~o.r She sugper were ~r. and Mrs. Mel,vin Fowlkes, ~r. and Mrs. Dean Hutchins, Mrs. ~everly Pawell, IMr..and Mrs. Jesse Kanode, ~r. The ~]~elul.alh ,Birthday Club members and one guest enjoyed ,a "Pot luck dinner" Thursday a~t the home of Fl,orence Winkler 'wlth Isabel 'Willert as cohostess. The birthda,ys' o~ ,Margaret Tauck and M.argaret :B~,ake,man were celebrated. A gifit of money ~as presented to each one, after the lovely dinner was consuaned out under the trees. The cake w~as b~ked by Mary ,Bridges and bingo was the af,tern,oon's entertain- meat. Sixteen members one guest and ten children were in attend- ante. Spearfish, S. *D. Ph. 642-2210 Wed., Thurs., Fri. Sat. July 30.31---Aug. 2 "BONNIE AND CLYDE" Sun., Men., Tues August 3.S "DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE" Dick Van Dydk, Dabble Reynolds $1995.00 -- New Owatonna 220 -- 230 9 ft. Pull Type Windrow - ors - Choice of steel Roll or rubber steel conditioner, 8 bat reel, skid shoes, PTO, Tires. Retails $2595.00--Hay Day Special $1995 delivered anywhere. Bri, geport Equipment Co. Bridgeport, Nebr. Phone 042.2827--Children Under 12 Free Thursday Through Monday, July 31--Aug. 4 Shows at 7 and 9:20--Suggested for Mature Audience / 4-H'ers, FFAers, We have a full line of and 10w An" SHOW HALTERS -- Leather and Rope BRIDLES -- SADDLES -- LATIGOS CINCHES REINS BRUSHES LARIATS COMBS LEATHER STRINGS ... THE WORKS ! Edward Petersen, Manager Ph. 283-1065 Sundance ,a ~x tli 0