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SOCIETY by Norma Bernd Telephone AT 3-1891 If you have news for this column or personal items you would like to have published, please TELEPHONE Norma Bernd, AT 3-1891. (For Last Week, Sept. 8) BIRTHDAYS Rhonda Hutchins Mrs. Dean Hutchins was hos- tess at a party held for her daughter Rhonda on her fifth birthday Saturday in the Hutch- ins home. Games were played and favors passed out. After Rhonda opened her gifts the tra- ditional cake and ice cream were served to the guests. The cake was baked by Mrs. V. R. Taylor and decorated by Mrs. Carl Stirewalt of Red Bluff, Califor- nia for the occasion. Attending were Richard and Kendall Frederiksen, Sylvia, Sherry and Shirley Brunson, Rob- in Frank, Debbie Popham, Son- ny Baker, Dennis Mauch, Susie Waugh, Ernadean, Rhonda and Billy Hutchins and Mrs. Karl Frederiksen who assisted Mrs. Hutchins. Unable to attend were Vernon Frederiksen and Gary Johnson. Jeanette Moeller. Larry Crawford Wed In Sunday Ceremony at Methodist Church The First Methodist church in Sundance was the setting Sunday for the wedding'of Jeanette Eva Moeller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moeller of Beulah to Larry Floyd Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Crawford of Sundanee. The 2 p.m., double- ring ceremony was read by the Rev. Levi Louderback. Miss Bev- erly Miller played the traditional wedding marches. Church dec- orations included vases of asters and golden glow placed on the altar and baskets of gladioli on the floor. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was dressed in a street-length, flowered, taffeta dress with a blue nylon over-lay, a small blue hat and blue acces- sories. She carried a white bible adorned with a bouquet of baby yellow roses. Betty Moeller, sister of the bride as maid of honor wore a beige dress fashioned with 3-4 length sleeves and a matching hat. Her flowers were lavender pore pore chrysanthemums. Lindell Crawford was best man and ushers were Donald Moeller of Black Hawk and Wilbur Craw- ford. Following the ceremony, a re- ception was held in the church basement. A three tiered cake decorated with pink roses and white bells centered the bride's table. Mrs. tavern Sell cut and served the cake, Mrs. Donald Moeller poured the coffee and Miss Donna Butterfield presided at the punch bowl. Linda Moel- ler registered the guests and Eleanor Moeller and Marilyn Crawford were in charge of the gifts. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Moeller chose a beige rayon dress with orange and brown ac- cessories and a lavender glamelia corsage. Mrs. Crawford, mother of the groom wore a flowered blue dress with matching access- ories and a white glamelia cor- sage. Following a wedding trip to Yellowstone park, the couple will live in Dubois for 1 months be- fore making their home in Sun- dance. The bride is a 1960 graduate of Sundance high school. The groom graduated from Sun- dance high school in 1958 and is presently employed with Platte Valley Construction Com- pany. Out-of-town guests at the wed- ding included Mr. and Mrs. Rich Farley and family of Winner, South Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Schmidt, Atkinson, Nebra- ska; Mr. and Mrs. Don Moeller, Black Hawk, South Dakota and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scott of New Underwood, South Dakota. Shower Compliments Mrs. Mervin Peterson Mrs. Mervin Peterson was the I VINYL LINOLEUM 12 Foot Widths as Low as $1.67 Lineal Foot ARMSTRONG'S EMBOSSED LINOLEUM In any of the patterns we have in stock. Reg. $3.95 sq. yard. NOW_ $3.00 Sq. Yd. ALL VINYL TILE Reg. 46c SQ. Ft. 26 Sq. Ft. O |astalled on Foam Rubber Padding $9.95 Sq. Spearfish, S. D. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 15, 1960 honoree at a cradle shower held for her by Mrs. Kenneth Glover in the Ben Sager home Tuesday, August 30th. The gift table dec- orations featured a cake decor- ated with pink and blue flowers and topped with a baby cradle with a pink and blue umbrella placed over it. Bouquets of sum- mer flowers also decorated the room. The afternoon was spent playing cards with Mrs. Tom Dav- is and Mrs. Ben Sager winning high and low respectively. Included on the invited guest list were Mesdames Cecil Hughes, Otis Reynolds, Dean Watson, Tom Davis, John Queen, Harry Habeck, Ben Sager, Dick Proctor, Nate Clark, Sam Lappe, Andy Clark, Roger Brunson, Alven Refiner, Gene Snell, Bill tan- ning, Bud Cure, Milten Gray, Mrs. Freda Peterson, Mrs. Anna Wood, Margaret Kaiser, Mrs. Or- vin Bennett and Mary Hemler of Newcastle. Necklason Dinner Honors Visiting Relatives Mr. and Mrs. Jack Necklason were hosts at a dinner held in their ranch home Monday eve- ning in honor of John K. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bousch und sons of Craig, Colorado, an uncle and cousins respectively of Jack Necklason's. Those present for the dinner were the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Queen and son, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Necklason, Mr. Cotie, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Necklason, Colleen, Tommy and Steven. CALL FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the school board of District No. 11 of Crook county will receive sealed bids for the purchase of the following:' A four-wheel drive vehicle, with a six cylinder L-head type engine rated at least 115 horse- power, and a 57-inch tread with automatic throwout front hubs. Further specifications are: It must have a gross vehicle weight of under 5,000 lbs., at least a 15- gallon fuel tank; 7.60x15 tires with mud and snow tread; a fresh air heater and defroster and road clearance of at least 8Vz inches. Bids will be opened at the home of the clerk on Sept. 22, 1960 at 7:30 p.m. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Dated: Sept. 8, 1960. Leslie W. Hauber, Clerk, School District No. 11 Sept. 8-15-22, 1960. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S' SALE By virtue of a judgment and decree made and entered in the District Court of the Sixth Ju- dicial District within and for the County of Crook and State of Wyoming on August 25, 1960 in an action therein pending where- in Ruby IIahn is plaintiff, and John W. Wilcox and Emma Wil- cox and South Dakota Equipment Company, Inc., a South Dakota Corporation are defendants, I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash on the 24th day of September, 1960 at the hour of 11 o'clock in the fore- noon at the front door of the court house in Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, the following described premises, to-wit: The northwest quarter of the northeast quarter and the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of Section eleven in Township fifty-two north of Range sixty-seven west of the Sixth Principal Meridian, Wyoming, contain. ing 80 acres, more or less, according to the Government LINCOLN NATIONAL HOSPITAL & SURGICAL INSURANCE Guaranteed Renewable Non-Cancellable Non-Rlderable "Yours for a Lifetime" L.O. Tracy Ph. AT 3-1005 Survey thereof, together with any and all improvements situate thereon or thereun- to appertaining or belonging. Said above described property being sold to satisfy the amount due under said judgment and decree, to-wit: the sum of $1,040.40 and $43.33 costs with interest from date of accruing costs. Dated at Sundance, this 1st day of Henry of Crook Wyoming. Reynolds & Hughes, Sept. 1-8-15-22. WILL YOUR RADIATOR RADIATE CONFIDENCE THIS FALL? Consult Us For: Guaranteed Rebuilt Radiators Most Popular Makes of Cars Radiator Repair Work There's a chill in the air some of these mornings ~nt- ing that it won't be long until cold weather. Have your radiator work done now and be prepared' Phone 11 Spearfish, We are Now Dealers for Pfaff Sewing Machines First and Only Completely Automatic Sewing Machine 1. No Discs to Change. 2. Sews Thousands of DecoratiVe Stitches Automatically. 3. Easy to Use Automatic Needle Threader. AVAILABLE IN PORTABLE OR CABINET MODI~ Belle Fourche, S. D.