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Forest Service Ladies Entertained at Flying V Wives of ~tlack ~-Iiils National Forest employees and women em- ployees of the Forest Service ga- thered at ,the Flying V guest ranch Saturday, September 16 for a luncheon and card party hosted by women of the Bear Lodge Dis- trict. S~ty~seven women from the eight districts in the Black Hills National Forest attended. A fall theme was carried out with numbered acorn name tags and corresponding numbered oak leaves on the tables. Dry weed arrangemer~ts als~ decorated the ~bles .and served as favors ,for the guests. The door prize was won by Mrs. ,Francis Heman who is the Elk Mountain Lookout in South Dakota. Card prizes were won ~ Mrs. David Wright, Dead- wood; and Mrs. Charles Schlesin- ger, Custer. Sun.nee Jobs Daughters Convene Monday Honored Queen Judy Clark pre- sided at Monday evening's session of the Sundance Jobs Daughters Bethel No. 43 and introduced Bethel Guardian Mrs. Gloria Gels, and Associa,te Guardian, Lee Sehloredt. Miss :Clark announced that she ,had tentatively set Go-To-Church -Sunday for October 22 at the Church of the Good Shepherd and that her fund raising project for the year would be the sale of candy. The initiation ceremony was practiced in preparation of initi- ation that will be held during the ne~t regular meeting. Judy Sehloredt reported that plans were complete for the Bethel's en- try in the Sundance High School homecoming parade. The Bethel No. 43 Guardian and Honored Queen then served as installing officers for the respective install- ation of Ulrich Hawken, promoter of finance and Mary Gose, fourth messenger. ~efreshments were served at the close of the meeting by Carla Hughes and Linda Simons. Elean- or Oudin, Debby Livingston, Mary Can2ieid and Linda Lanning were named to serve on the lunch committee for the next meeting October 2. i Episcopal "Church Women Plan Coming Events ]~piscopal Church Women (EC W) of the Church of the Good Shepherd, Sundance set October 5-6 as the dates for their fall rum- mage sale at a meeting of the group held Thursday evening in the parish hall Mrs. Patterson Keller, ECW president, presided at the session with 14 ladies, the Rev. Patterson Keller and one guest, Mrs. Bob Towler present. Mrs..Lloyd Cole 'led the devotions. The ECW's semi-annual rum. mage sale will be held in the par. ish hall 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday eve- ning October 5, and continue Fri- day, October 6 from 8:30 a.m. un- til noon. Also during the ,business ses- sion, a sewing bee was scheduled for Thursday, September 21 at 9:30 a.m. in the Bob Cook home, and plans were made to host a Deanery No. 3 meeting in Sun- dance in November when the Rev. .Rw Clark, Sheridan, and Andrew Semsey, Gillette will report on General Convention of the Epis- copal ChurCh being held in Seat- tle, September 17-28. Both men and women are ex- pected to attend from .the five churches in ,the Deanery includ- ing Christ's Church, Newcastle; S. John's, Upton; Trinity, Gillette; St. Francis on ,the Prairie, Reno Junction and the local Church of the Good Shepherd. This meeting will take the place of .the fall wo- men's Deanery meeting and the every church visitation which is held preceding the every member oanvass. At the close of 'the meeting, Mrs. Towler demonstrated flower ,arrangements suitable for the at- tar, then refreshments Were serv- ed by Mesdames Richard Marzec, F. T. Fahrin, ger and Ted Szyman- ski. 731st Military Wives Resume Meetings 'l~venly-one new guests and members a~tended, the first fall meeting of ,the 731st Military Wives Club held rece~tl~ at the Sundance Air Force Station. Guests were ,Mesdames B0mde Adkins, `Marianne I~yles, Fran ~arton, Ophia Werner, Lois Sehmitt, Becky Bransford, Emma Williarus, Linda Keener, Marie Nu~ter, and Gwen Tote. New members were Mesdames Kind M. Kay, Carol Detwiler, Ann Bass, Mary Breiding, Mary Brown, June Evans, Vangie Harvey, Esther Laughter, Betty Marzec, Marlene White, and Marge Murphy. Mrs. June Evans is the first daugh,ter of a military family to join the club. The evening's program was .presented by Mrs. Robert Towler who gave a flower demonstration with helpful hir~ts on earing for dried material. All military wives are urged to a~tend a film series starting Sep- tember 25 in the multi-purpose ,building on emergency care in the home in the case of disaster. TSgt. Charles Williams, Medic, will present the film series. The next regular club meeting will be held October 4. Cowbelles To Meet Tuesday In Hoese Home The Crook County Cowbelles will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26 for a carry-in luncheon at the home of Mrs. Ty Hoese at Carlile. The Carli]e Cowbelles are in charge of the program. Roll call will be answered by each member naming her favorite hobby. Cowbelles, their husbands and all interested persons are remind- ed of the Tri-County Stock Grow- ers meeting at Gillette. 1 p.m. Sat- urday, September 23 followed by a buffet dinner at 7 p.m. at the Gay 90's Sup:per Club. Reserva- tions should be made by Sept. 21 ,to James R. Daly, Box 60, Gillette, Wyoming 82716. Town and Country Bridge Club Notes Three tables of cards were in play at the meeting of the Town and Country bridge club held in the home of Mrs. James Mc~uck- in Wednesday, September 13. Guest players ~vere Mrs. A. B. Durfee and Mrs. Bill Glasby. ,Mrs. R. M. Bernd was high scorer; Mrs. McGuekin, second high and Mrs. Durfee, law. Mrs. Roger Thomas was .to be hostess for the next club meeting Wed- nesday. B & T Bridge Club Meets In Anthony Home Mrs. Alexander Anthony was hostess for the meeting of the B & T bridge club held in her home Wednesday evening with two tables of cards in play. High scorer was Mrs. Harold Bernd; second high, Mrs. John Windsor; and ,low, Mrs. Glen Wy- att, a guest player. Also a guest player was Mrs. Murray Collins. Mrs. Ted Gilbert will host the next club meeting in her home September 27. Mrs. Nels Smith Heastt Flying V Luncheon Mrs. Nels Smith entertained 28 ,guests at a ~hridge luncheon held rat .the Flying V guest ranch near Newcastle Tuesday afternoon September 12 wi~ six ~bles of bridge and one of canasta in NATIONAL HIGHWAY WEEK IS SEPTEMBER 24 - 30 The Wyoming Highway Depart- ment has ,announced it will open its highway shops and offices for public inspection during Nation- al Highway Week, September 24- 30. play. According to Leno Men,ghini, Small ,bouquets of at~tumn flow- Highway Department district en- ers in shades of gold and purple ,gineer, shops and offices in Bur- centered the luncheon .tables. Prizes were presented by the falo, Newcastle, Gillette, Sun- dance and Sheridan will be open hostess to Mrs. Carl Thoeming, Newcastle, and Mrs. Edith Thomp- son, Sundance, for the high and low bridge scores, respectively and ~o Mrs. Paul Cummings, Sun- dance, high canasta score. Dallas Lappe Observes Birthday Sunday A group of friends and rcl~tives of Dallas Lappe ,gathered ~t the Lappe home Sunday to celebrate Ms 24th birthday at dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lappe and ~arlin, Mr. and Mrs. J@hn Litzel, Jerry and Cindy, and Misses Nancy Hawken and Doris Spracklen. Homemade ice cream and cake were served during the afternoon. Thursday, September 28th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ~ighway Week, officialby desig- nated in Wyoming by a proclama- tion signed by ~ov. Stanley K. Hathaway, also marks the High- way Departmen't"~ 50th year of building and maintaining the state's highway system. In commemoration vf their 50th anniversary, the Department ph.as compiled a ,special pamphlet. The pamphlet ~aces the 1history of ,the Highway Department from a one engineer, one stenographer organization to its present em- ployment of over 1,800 people. Copies of this pamphlet .available at the open houseJ by wrRing to the Pttblic tion Office of .the Wyoming way Department, P. O. Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001. &ttending ~e district Anniversary meeting of the eral Land Bank in Omaha week from ,this area were Mr. Mrs. W. E. Mathews, Mr. and: James I. Newland, Mr. and l Alfred Schelldorf and Lorin i per. The group joined directors and their wives western South Dakota at City where 'they boarded a tered ,bus for Omaha. Mrs. V. R. Taylor the Dean Hutchins family Moorcroft Sunday where she visited in the Zimmerschied home while Hutchins visRed the l~l, akeman family. Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 21, Praire Pals 4-H Club Se#s Date for Achievement Program The Prairie Pals 4-tI Club met at the home of Sandy and Roxie McCullough on Sept. 10th at 2 p.m. All members were in at- tendance and all the leaders ex- cept Lee Kummerfeld, who is ill. The members reported on the Club's fine success at the county and state fairs. The local Achieve- meat program was discussed and the date set for Sept. 30 at the Carlile Church. The comittee composed of Sandy, Mike and Danny will formulate the plans with the help from the Carlile Wranglers. 4-H Club week was discussed and plans made for ob- serving the week. 4~H Club week is slated for Sept. 30 .through Oct. 7. Following the business meeting record books were completed and signed. Dorothy Updike and Mar- garet McCullough agreed .to help judge books in Sundance Sept. 11. A pot luck supper was served. Game Warden Bill Backer showed a film depicting the work of the Wyoming Game and Fish Commis- sion in breeding, growing and planting fish in the fishing areas of Wyoming. The film was most educationa'l and interesting. The next meeting will be the organi- zational meeting which will be held at the Doris Dillinger home on Sunday, October 1 and 2 p.m. Anyone interested in 4-H work is invited to attend ,this meeting. A film presenting ~:he 4-H program entitled, "4-H Looks Ahead" will be shown. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bush, Hulett, were Wednesday evening dinner guests of Mrs. V. R. Taylor. VEHICLE INSPECTION LAW On Oct. 1, 1967, the new Vehicle Inspec- tion Law becomes effective. No 1967 license plates may be issued af- ter that date until the vehicle has been inspected and an inspection sticker plac- ed on the windshield. You must present the inspection certificate to the county treasurer before plates may be issued. No transfer of any license plate may be made after October 1 unless an inspec- tion certificate is presented. Karen G. Crook County Treasurer T.C.E.A. COW POKES By Ace Reid County Fairgn - - 1p.m. R. A. (Dick) Mader, Auctioneer Bottled gas ranges, rockers, easy chairs, beds, dress form, gun rack, ironing board, scales, end tables, table, washing machines, hot water heater, high chair, crib, training chair, fuel burn- ing brooder, fuel burning chicken water heater, kitchen sink, chest of drawers, electric toasters, electric fry pans, press drill, electricmotors, deep fat fryer, stove, outdoor grill, sofa, dishes, mis- cellaneous items. "Oh, I'm finel Now how about giffin' busy and we'll visit some other timer' We have some safety deposit boxes available now for your valuables. r._m nn -