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Spider-Warner On a beautiful summer day, August 12, 1974 under a brush arbor with ~ baskets of pretty fresh .mlmmer' flowers, the Sni- ranch provided the setting lot the double ring ceremony uniting Judy Srdder and Lloyd 'Wextter. Dr. Jack Boyd, Direc- tot of Choir Activities of Abilene Otrisfian College, Abilene, Texas officiated. The flowers were ar- rat~Mied by Mrs. Floyd Morehouse. ss Spider is the daughter of Richard and Irene Snider of Sun- Western Oa-istian in Weybum, Sask., Canada. She plans to attend AM, lene Christiah College in the ~!1 where Mm is a Senior, major- ing, in Sec~l Work. Sire is a member of A Capella Choir. Mr. Warner is the son of Nolan end La.Rue Wazner of Amarillo, Texas. Lloyd graduated fre~ Paladm'o I-6_gh in 1968. He is a Senior Music Edac, a4ion Major 6t ACC. He is a member of P Psi Omega and the A m.r- riage by her father. Sha wore a flown of whi~ polyester crepe trimmed .in l~e,'featm-iug a fit- ted bodir~ and ,three ti~l bell with a bell shaped skirt- ~min~ She wote a wide brimmed hat with a two tiered veil 'a~. She carried a . .Ix)gquet of yellow roses'Rnd white end wore a gold locket given to the'grooms mother on her wedd~ day. Judy's gown was an original designed and rmtcle by the grooms mother. The bride's mother wore a light formal that she wore at hii~h school graduation in 1946. corsage was red roses. Mrs. Warner wore a coral gown ~th a pink rose corsage. Serving as maid of honor was Arlene Grasley of Regina, Sas- katohewan, Canada. D a n a e Wanass of Moosomin, Sask., Canada, Mrs. Butt Roberts of ~, Sask., Canada, Mrs. Wales and Carla Hughes of Sundance served as brides- maids. Bobie Kaye Shaw was flower g~l. Attendants were at- fired in pastel colored gowns and each carned a basket of fresh mmlmer flowers. as best man was May- tmrd Lee of Abilene, Texas. Groomsmen were David Snook of Denver, Colorado; David ~tand Alan Boyd of Abilene, ; and John Spider, brother of the bride of Sterling, Colorado. Udhers were David Bowen of Abiler, e, Texas; Daryn Lackey of Los Angeles, California; Phil ~Mize of Scottsdale, Arizona; and Blair Roberts of Weyburn, Sask., Canada. Music was provided by the Boyd Family Stagers of Abilene, Texas and David Snook of Denver. The selections were "Father We Thank Thee," "Morning Has Broken," "This Is Our Father's World," "The Lord Bless You and Keep You," and "0 Perfect Love." The groom sang "Annie's Song" as bride was escorted down the aisle. The bride sang "Wedding Song" as a sm'~rise to the groom. Following the ceremony a Bar-B-Que dinner was served to 160 guests. ~ne brides cake was three tiered with decorafdons of white and yellow daisies and a bride and groom at the top. The grooms cake was a chocolate cake with the grooms coach ~igurine. Floral bouquets were arranged by Sylv'm Waid and Helen Snell.The cakes and punch wore served by Helen Snell, Clara Stanton of Rapid ci~/, Doris Walden of Rawlius all atmts of .the bride and Patty Snider of Ste~lmg, sister-in-law d the bride. Betty R~rk of Pullman, Wash., aunt of the bride and Ellen O'Connell of Rawlins, a cousin were in charge of the guest book. Others assist- ing were Jackie Lee and JoAnn Boyd of Texas, Maxy Mttirhea~l and Ruth Grasley of Canada, Carla Otson of Utah and Arlene Taylor, Jeane Lappe, Ethel Chat- field and Jeanne Rogers. A spe- cial Canadian custom toast was made to the bride by Henry Gras- ley of Regina, Sask., Canada. After a .trip in the Black Hills the couple will be at home at 1226 Pine St., Ahilene, Texas. Special guests attending were grandparents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Snider of Upton, Gary Snider, brother of the bride of Yellowstone Park, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Lanning of Spearfish, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd More- house, Big Spring, Texas and Mr. amt Mrs. Walton Thune, great aunt and uncle of the bride of Buffalo, S. D. Other guests came from Canada, Montana, Texas, Utah, California, Arizona, Colo- rado, South Dakota and Washing- toll. Beulah August 19 Mrs. G. Blakeman Royal Mills Sr. underwent rain. or surgery at the Rapid Ci ty Regional Hospital-East on Wed- nesday. He was able to return to his home here on Sunday. Mr. and M~. Henry saari are vac~tioping and fishing at Sun- light Basin and around Cody, Wyo. Their daughter Sandra Skovgard and family were to ac- company them. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Blakeman, and .baby daughter, Mrs, Caro- line ERingausen and the Gerald Blakemans were supper guests of Mrs. W. H. Blakeman on Mon- day. Friday efi~-noon visitors of Mr. aml ~ O. A. Lil~ and Mr. ,and Mrs. Edward Roberts and Iwa were Mr. and Mrs. Wood. ow Daniels of Mayor, Minn. Mr. and M~ Lipo and Mrs. W. H. Bl~ ~ ~ .,Otma-. m l~II~ Four,e, s. D. on T~msday. Sunday visitors of the The Full Line Including .~ HORSE TRAILERS -- All Sizes STOCK TRAILERS--2 to 6 Horse COMBINATION COWBOY, SHOWMAN, HUNTING TRAILERS (Illustrated) -~- GOOSENECK TRAILERS Equipment - Stock - Horse Contact Custom Built to Your Specifications Hubert Mathews Box 264 Beulah, Wyoming Lipes were Mr. and Mm. Ken- neth Blakeman, Moomr0~ Mr. and Mrs. Ted Blakexnan and Mrs. John Blakeman, Sundance and Mr. and Mrs. Art Dapiels and family, Minneapolis. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Gerald Blakeman were weekend visitors of the Rog- er Blakeman family near Sheri- dan. On Sunday they all enjoy- ed boating and fishing at Lake I)e~met. Beryl and Russell Blake- man returned home with their graudparen,ts to spend the week visiting them and Mrs. W. H. Blakeman. CARD OF TItANKS We wish to take this means of extending our thanks to the rela- tives and fTiends for your many acts of kindness to us during Mother's illness and a~ the of her death. We thank ~or the food brought homes, for the beautiful m" the donationa to the memorial, and for the ions of sympathy by spoken words and our time of sorrow. We especially want to Rev. Smoot 'for the message and the Carlile wires Club for the delicioU~ ner served at the church. We appreciated everyone so patient and considerate the services were Mo~er's nephew time to Mr ,and Mrs. Bob The Lyle ~riffith family The Lloyd Atkinson Sundauce, Wyo. Aug. 1924 1 IN HONOR OF THE FIFTIETH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY OF Bob & Alva Hutchinson Their children and grandchildren, request pleasure of your company at an Open House Friday, the Thirtieth of August, two to o'clock in the afternoon. HUTCHINSON RANCH HOME Fifteen miles west of Belle Fourche, S. D. on Highway THE COUPLE NO Outfit him from our complete Outfit him from head to toe with our ",~ SHIRTS ",~ JEANS. SOCKS ~ JACKETS Let her choose from scads & of back-to- fashions--- SWEATERS -~ BLOUSES . VESTS -~ SKIRTS ~" DRESSES ".~ SLACKS RED and WHITE TUBE SOCKS Richard Engelhaupt was the winner of the drawing for the free five-speed vehicle. Duffee's Ph.283.2082