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September 27, 1956

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The groom graduated from THE SUNDANCE TIMES Donna Mollenbrink was dismiss- THE SUNDANCE TIMES Cheyenne high school in 1951. He Slmdance, Wyo. Sept. 27, 1956 ed Saturday from St. Joseph's in attended the University of Wyo- Deadwood where she recently un- An Independent Newspaper ruing and served two years with Coffee Honors Mrs. Alvin Pepper derwent minor surgery. Thur~hy by The ~ Publlsh~g Co. the Army in the Panama Canal Mrs. Dick Proctor was hostess The ............. Zone. He is presently employedto a get-acquainted coffee the eve- - zm~m m a legal ~wslmper Ior ml pu~~ with Kiewit Construction Company ning of Sept. 18 in honor of Mrs.Dr. C. H. Linand r ~ Owner-Publl~er in Rapid City - Alvin Pepper, who recently moved ~z~,,w,~ Howard All{m, News Editor, Advertising Manager The couple" are making their here with her family from Basin, o~,,**o, S~'BSCRIPTION RATES home at 1112 Willsie Ave. in Wyo. .Per year in Crook mad adjoining ~untie$; $3.50 per year Rapid City. . Guests included wives of the 741 Fifth St. here. Out-of-town guests at the wea- highway personnel and they in- Ph. 474 Spearfish, S. P ~1 ............... ding were Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Van eluded Mrs. C. J. Toner, Mrs. Wil- ', at me posr~lce at ~unomnce, wyomml, as secona ~ Zee and Isabelle, Horse Creek, ford Collins, Mrs. Bill Hibhard, . trader the act of ~ 3, 1879. Wyo.; Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Stroh Mrs. Harold Torrey, Mrs. E.A. ]Dr. Oliver A. Jewe~ ] and son, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miller, Mrs. T. K. Glover, Mrs. OPTOMETRIST !] ........... Van Zee, Cheyenne, Wyo.; Mr. and Kenneth Irish, the honored guest Belle Fourehe Offl~ ] Iqh 0 uarlene Koaeuer.. marion van Lee Mrs. Amos "Barker and Mr. and ~tL-hAIIt4~tl Exchange Weddmg Vows ~ ~'m~n H,,m~'rh .... nd son and the hostess. Over Frey's Hardware i %PV~IOIV The Methodist church was the ~"~*~,~'~. M~" ~a ~a~ u p' Refreshments were served by (Phone 730) ] E seth g Sunday for the wedding of .T,,]i,~ ~,. o-~ ~ A,~h,,r T~rine r .............................. the hosless and the evening was Tuesday Through Saturday ] Da lene Grace Roadifer, daughter Entertains School .......... , .... Mrs. Walter J. Wfllson and Durra, spent socially. ~I ; an ox ~r. ano ~trs. Ulyue L. Koaolxer, . d Board Members ............ Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Roadder, Misses an run v, --o, o. . ately sixty were pres- ~ ......... Dorothy and ValJean Juhus, Mr. h ureeK, wyo., son oz mr. ann Mrs e annual receptmn held .. . D ........ Victor Burckhard and Mrs. Walter lance ..... marmn . van ~ee ox norse ureez "" "t.son nd dau-hter "-earfish- scnooi zeacners' ann ........... " ~aaL a g , ~p , e . ~asze~s o~ wrote gmumms anu tubers Wednesday, m the . . Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Johnson, Gil- ;t church basement by the bouquets of pink carnations dec,, lette; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cheen. of the Women's Society of orates me cnu~n 1or.tne single- ey, Ten Sleep; Carl Bisgaard, Nis- a~ rmg ceremony nela at z'~ p.m. , ,, . . ev, ouoeroac otember . group smgmg and games .......... ,. ........ Sheridan; M~ss Carol Townsend, y " , Oillclaung. Mrs. ItlCuat-u nwFr ~. the evenings entertain- . ............ Osage; Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Jensen playea me traaluonal weaning In t] Evewing - ( ter which refreshments ...... and Miss Blanche Kanode, Rapid terved, marches ann aeeompanieo unartes ~i,v ~) ~ :00 .~P~on chairmen included Raymond Williamsoa who sang "'" ~ .l~ ~l~ t Smson, entertainment; . . ). C Vi.~i.. ~'~f~hm..t. Given m marrmge by her father, Mr. and ~ C. D. ]R~:~.s. k~ ~ ~, Iris p~rtl~ffi ;.vit~tinn~ the bride wore a hite waltz-length Entertain at Cocktail ,Party ..... ' ........ gown of nylon and acetate and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Roberts were &Way D~ Hmmra nylon net, fashioned with a scoop hosts at a cocktail party held in ~ We~ will sell in the evening at ~ o'clock ~irlev ~.m,, ---'- decolletage and fitted bodice. A their home Monday evening for a ]to the htghest bidder, $0 head of outstand- Icy -Eal~-~,,~,~*-,- ^~ ~,. tiara held the waist length veil of number of highway officials and ) lng quarter horses and mares. These horses re. M~'le' F~s'~, the h~n'- nylon net. Her only ~ewelry" was commissloners" and friends. will be of the best quality and broke to ] Uest at a dinner held in the a string .of pearls, a gift of the Present were Ray Bromley and ~ perfection. They tre coming from the b0~e near Sundance Sun- groom. She carried a white Bible Therman Sherrard of Cheyenne; ept. 23 ghirl~v win l~v~ adorned by a white orchid. Homer Oxley of Lingle; Asa Jar- ~ FIItn flirts of Kansas and have been broke | }th far" u';~:~.~'i~- ~-i~.- Reva Jean Roadifer, sister of the rett of Cokeville, Wyo.; John Lucas ( working cattle. There will be some plea- J abe w:,~--~-,=:~:L:' ~7~--- bride who was maid of honor, was of Rock Springs; Blane Pleak of ~ sure and used riding eqnipment, tl for "a"nre~l~mt~na~vVo~'mZ "~n~- attired in a waltz.length gown of Newcastle; Ernest Record of Gil-~ __ " -', " aqua net over taffeta and wore a lette; Carl Rott of Sheridan; Mr. ~ Attend this sale ff you are in the market ] Were h~ked for the dinner corsage of white carnations, and Mrs. Fred Bunte of Chicago, ~ for a good horse or mare. 3 ~J" ohn A~Lta..,--:-'=~-''o~. ~.~'-~ ~,~.~"- Bill Van Zee, brother of" the Ill. and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Smith. Z ~Ickett Dinner m'e~ts ingrOm served as best man" Ushers i B m: / ' ~r an~ ~,~ .T ~,-"w~ were Robert Roadffer, brother of Kay Marie Allen Observe~ ~ Ned S th, Owner Zlil~ of ~r'~'ro'ft "~r".n--d the bride, and Everett Van Zee, Third Birthday ohn'A,,-',.,'~-~T~-~,(~'~'m'i]'~- brother of the groom. Mrs. Clark Allen was hostess elle Fourche Livestock Exchange nd Mrs-'w"~"~]~'~-~,,ko'*'~"~ For her daughter's wedding, at a party held in her home Tues. ....... " ............. f k " ' Mr~ ~im~i~ ~lv ~nd Mrs. Road] er wore a blac smt day afternoon in celebration of her ~ Ph. $$B . . _ Belle Fourehe, S. ]D. Niles~ ............. " ""- with a corsage of pink carnations, daughter Kay Marie's third birth- Yon~'-,; ~ .... ;~o ,~ ~i., Mrs. Van Zee, the groom's mother, day, Sept. 24. ~L~/ ~-~~~ND&V~ 0CrP 6 -~" -i cho a na. blu dress with a Favors were pa ed out to the 3-1a corsage of pink carnations, children and after Kay Marie open- --'" A reception held in ~he church ed her gifts, refreshments were d--- "'-'~" - -- parlors immediately followed the served to the guests who included war(Is ueleDral, es B ..... ceremony. As;sistants included Mrs. Vernon Dick and Bonnie, E'~wmaay .... Isabelle Van Zee, who had charge Mrs. John Sey~ang and Skipper and uwaros, aaughter ox MrIs n ......... of the guest book, Doris Wil o , Mrs.# Harold Bernd and Cindy. ~ue.n ~awaras, ce)eorat- who poured punch; Tobylea Kipp ventn Dn'muay ~amruay, and Blanche Kanode, who served in her home near Sun- coffee; Arlene Altizer and Mrs Surprise party Held I a party held for her by ~,~,.~1 .r~.~. h ~,~ For Mrs Wilford Collins r .....~ ........ , w..o were m char_ . ......... of the gift table and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Wmora ~omns was pleas- baked in the shape of a Stroh, sister of the groom, and antly surprises Tnursaay evening presented to Linda by Mrs. Everett Van Zee, sister-in-law when a group of friends gathered is Hughes. An angel of the groom, who cut and served at the Dick Proctor home to wish baked and decorated by the cake her a happy birthday. rds held the seven light- The bride's going away costume Gifts and a birthday cake baked ;. Games were played for a honeymoon in the Black by Mrs. Bill Walters were present- Linda opened her gifts, Hills was a grey suit with black ed to Mrs. Collins. Refreshments were served accessories -- were served and the evening spent included Connie Carr, The bride graduated from Sun. socially.' Rounds, Judy Schloredt, dance high school with the class of Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Weaver, Terry Toner, 1955. She attended Black Hills Bill Walters, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Haptonstall, Douglas Sager, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Proctor Elwonger, Mari- Teachers college and was employ- and family, Wilford, Terry, Lorna adstone, Marie Kipp and ed at the J. C. Penney Company in and Lynn Collins, Harry Habeck Spearfish, S.D. and the honoree. ,.-of Sunny Broo bourbon, tlmt isl" rich as a prospector's dr#am. good as a man's word ,.. fuu, t of gentucO bourbo l .I