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Dorsett, Hulett, for one of the of Wyoming's programs, more than , freshmen and their pa~ents, are de- signed to familiarize them with campus programs, ser- vices and fadlities and to promote a smooth transition by first-time students to (TtV academic life. T'S NEW WITH SUSAN lames ton Or cotton/polyester vel- County THE WELL- BE'WEAR- FALL? in fall mens- and clea~, with mix .aad. a~atc~ melt. Sportswear marked by related in shirts, vests, iackets and pants. is on the should pants present silhouette. legs and loosely tops offer a look. Detailing appeal. but more often including such as poly- Surface both tops and herring- nubs and and fleecing. highlight ]~ack yokes, but- Western tale. .center on deep hunter and with brights for Iridescents sweep electric blue and and yellow are Unique mixes kha- are smaller, wool and are favorites. are textured, down. Ties subtle colors or sport versions. boast plackets, cLnched a range of col- shawl, pointed and vests with Shawls, convert- army collars ac- shlrt/tie/sweater Wash- will lead the followed by specked yarns, complicat- -(both sides of a .are alikeL Cot- our cardigans round out the picture. Sport jackets and blazers are softly constructed with shoulder padding, narrowed lapels and shawl collars. Classics are effected in ~dop~ge~!~s ~ t~e~ds. F01- lowing squared-off shoulder lines of the fifties, some jackets feature back vents,, draawstrings or cinched waists. Jeans in demin, corduroy, chino and canvas are pop- ular. Casual slacks lean to- ward wool and wool-blend flannels in tweeds and done- gals. Narrow waistbemds with side tabs; tapered or straight legs, some cuffed: numerous pockets: and plen- ty of pleats make pants a focal part of the fall story for the fashionable male. Sound Off Nothing is impossible --if you don't havc to do it yourself. -Grit. Obituaries Niehoff rites in Moorcroft Funeral Services for Rob- eft Walter Niehoff, 63, were held Aug. 16 at the First Baptist Church in Moorcroft with the Rev. Bob Smoot officiating. Burial was in the Belvidere Cemetery at Belvidere, S.D. with the Rev. Gary McCubin of the Belvidere Presbyterian Church officiating. The No- ecker Funeral Home of Gil- lette was in charge of ar- rangements. Niehoffdied Aug. 13 at his home in Moorcroft following a short illness. He was born July 23, 1916, in Jones County, S.D., on his parent's ranch. ~ He spent most of his youth in Jones and Jackson Counties and later moved to Sully Cotmty, S.D., where he was engaged in the trucking and fanning business. He married Maxine L. Crouse. Niehoff recently observed 31 years as an operating engineer in the construction business. During these years he worked throughout many of the western states. He was a member of the Gillette Moose Lodge. Besides his wife, he is survived by three sons, Den- nis in the Navy stationed at Vallejo, Calif., Jerry, Las Cruses, N. Mex., and Randy, Worland; . one stepson, Charles Crouse, Billings, Mont.; two brothers, Ruben, Onida, S.D., and Leland, Eatonville, Wash. ; three sis~ ters, Ester Winkler, Onida, Ella Foster, Bv~thtato, Ill .... ahd Ruth Minafri, Ormond Beach, Fla. ; and five grand- children. He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother. two sisters and one son. Orvel Barber services held Orvel Barber, 66, died un- expectedly Aug. 14 in New- ell, S.D. Funeral services were held Friday at Kinkade Funeral Chapel in Sturgis with the Rev. Kenneth Pick- ens officiating. Burial, with military honors, was in Black Hills National Cemetery. Barber was bern Aug. 19, 1912, at Decatur, Neb., to William and Mary Barber. He spent his early life in the Newell area and served in the U.S. Army during World War II. Following the whr, Barber lived in Thermopolis until 1955 when he moved to a farm near Vale. In 1973 he moved to NL~vell where he was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge. Survivors include three daughters, Sara Rauth, Alva, Amy Dey, Casper, and Ruby Dunbar, Oelrichs, S.D.; five grandchildren; two brothers, Cecil, Thermopolis, and Le- land in Washington; and one sister, Anges Barber, New- ell. He was preceded in death by one brother. A memorial has been established for the patients' lounge at Fort Meade Vet- erans Administration Med- Moorcroft Arts & Crafts presents Plastic Craft from C~ia~o, Billings, Denver selectiom Antiquing, bronzing, bling, finger painting, ing, .pearling, ehM~ng. We also sell painted items such as Wall plaques, nativity scenes, lawn ornaments. TRY OUR FREE LESSONS Adults: Tues(hys, Wednesdays, Fridays Children: Mondays and Thursdays Call 756-3606 to sign up or stop at our shop- IA mile east of Moorcroft on the old Upton highway. Moorcroft Arts & Crafts Jean ZAmg Be= 604 Moorcroft 756-3606 ical Center. HIR2EI~ SCHOOL NOTES Aug. 23 County-wide educators meeting, Sundance. Aug. 24 All school staff work day (8:00-400). Aug. 25 High School Football Game, 1:30, Sheridan j.v. at Hulett. Aug. 27 First day of school (full day), (buses run regular schedule). Aug. 31 High School Volleyball Gamd Upton at Upton, 5:45. The first day of school will be Monday, August 27. It will be a full day. .lnyan Kara club has regular meeting ........ R~gular, meeting of the ,~,. Inyan Kara. Homemakers Club was held in August at the ranch home of Charlotte Reynolds. Ten members attended. AUGUST 23, 1979 It was reported that club" members Won over 70 rib- bons and two rosettes at the county fair. Members dis- cussed the fair and decided that some of the rules were "very unfair." THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 17 Sheridan VA hospital. The club's entertainment chairman was absent so Genieve George gave the guessing game with Florence Brunson winning the prize. Next meeting of the dub The bake sale Aug. 11 was will be held Sept. 19 at the judged to be very successful, home of Mildred Lenders. Achievement Day is sche- duled for Sept. 29 in Sun- Fan/lyreunion dance with the Inyan Kara club pkm plammd tending and also helping to A family reunion with make name tags. The Give carry-in lunch is planned for and Gain Club Will handle Aug. 26 by Emma Thompson the theme and decorations, and her brothers. The event It was suggested that the will be held in the city park. club send a box of cookies Anyone wishing to attend some time in October to the is welcome to do so. Firefighters & Caltle Sprayers $11N . 150 gal. tank, hose and gun, hypro pump. *** SUMM~ RATED oN ~G Until Oct. 1 SAVE $8/TON ON PROCESSING @*$ Steen's is now booking .feed for fall delivery. 14% - $110 Bulk F.O.B. 20%- $140 Bulk F.O.B. , STEEN'S FEED Ph. 605/892-3321 Belle Fourche, S.D. SAMPLE Election Ballot Crook County School District No. 1 Crook County, Wyoming, September 11, 1979 THREE TRUSTEES AND ONE TRUSTEE FOR UNEXPIRED TERM ARETO BE ELECTED i INSTRUCTIONS: Vote for THREE Trustees and ONE Trustee for an unexpi'red term in the designated Trustee Areas. DO NOT, vote for more than one trustee in any Area. TO VOTE: Mark a cross (X) in the square immediately to fhe right of the name printed on the ballot for whom you wish to vote or write the name in the blank space provided. i Hul~tt Trustee Area No. 1 (VOTE FOR ONE) 3 Year Term DANIEL L. NEIAAAN .................................................................. JIM BARE ................................................................. ~_ ............... [--] " r-] i Moorcroft Trustee Area No. 4 (VOTE FOR ONE) 3 Year Term CLELL R. (DICK) CLAAR .............................................................. [-7 ,H Hulett Trustee Area No. 3 (VOTE FOR ONE) Unexpired Term (1 Year) DONALD L. ANDERSON .......................................................... r-] I-1 Sundance Trustee Area No.'7 (V TE FOR ONE) 3 Year Term "~ GREGG C. JONES ....................................................................... [~] CHUCK MAIN .............................................................................. r-] GERALD W. POPHAM ............................................................... L-'J