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Sharon Reid, president of the Platte County Unit of the American Cancer Society, is shown presenting a check for $13,382 to Jack Heath, field representative for the Wyoming division. The check represents a legacy from the estate of Florence B. Phillips, who was 97 and a Wheatland pioneer. In addition to the legacy, the Wyoming division raised $127,000 in the 1973 Crusade. Of this total, $978 was raised in Crook county. The funds are used for programs of research, education and community service for Wyoming cancer patients. Volunteers from around the state will meet at the Saratoga Inn Sept. 28 for the 24th annual meeting of the Wyoming Di- vision. [] Crook County Homemakers Club members are completing plans for the annual Achievement Day program which will be held in Hulett Oct. 6. The event will be held in the Hulett school lunch- room. Hostess club for the event is the Inyan Kara club with the Beaver Creek club as co-hostess. A meeting of the county home- makers council will be held at 10 a.m. with a secretary and a treasurer to be elected. Various clubs will have booths depicting each club's achieve- ments during the past year. le Hosts 5-State Meeting State Sen. Earl Christensen (R- Crook-Weston), chairman of the Five-State Conference, Friday an- nounced the conference program to be held in Newcastle Oct. 7-9. The Five-State Conference is an informal organization of legisla- tors from North and South Dako- ta, Montana, Nebraska and Wyo- ming which meets every two years to discuss problems of mu- tual concern. Panel topics for the 1973 confer- ence are the national energy crisis, regional energy crisis, medical education in the five- Booths are expected to be in place by noon. The Carlile Livewires club will be in charge of registration, theme and decoration while the Give and Gain club serves on the program committee. The Aladdin club will have charge of the entertainment. Club members serving on the nominating committee are asked to be at the council meeting a lit- tle before 10 a.m. Featuring the program, which starts at 1 p.m., will be a slide talk on Africa and presentation of awards. Regular Meeting is Held By Jobs Daughters Bethel Honored Queen Renee Bailey presided last week during the regular meeting of the Sundance Jobs Daughters Bethel. During the meeting initiation was held for Melissa Smith and Shirley Crago. Practice for bethel members was planned for 2 p.m. Sept. 30. Appointments were made to the float and lunch committees. Before the meeting, Guardian Council members installed were Jackie McInerney, director of music; and Maxine Lanning, di- rector of finance. Chris McIn- erney was also installed as junior princess. net with the Douglas Family. Joe French has been helping Roe Jenkins build a new calf shed over the weekend. John and Paula Fowler were Tuesday supper guests of the Harold Burches. John Fowters helped Harold bine corn on Sun- day. Sunday, Stormy Burch and Cleve Clark left with other FFA student.~ of Moorcroft for a judg- ing in Laramie. Irene Johnson visited with Dorothy on Sunday. Kloma, Linda and Weston Ik~m ner were Monday dinner guests at the Max Evans. Charlotte was in Gillette on. Tuesday. Max visit- ed the Kenneth Ames of Keyhole on Wednesday. Thursday, the Evan's attended Moorcroft Jr. High Football Game. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wells, Jr. were Saturday and Sunday visit- ors of the Evans. Raymond, Jeannie and Pine], Shepherd visited with Opal Allea on Wednesday evening. Dayton and Peg Allen went to Newell, So. Dak. for a sheep sale on Wed- nesday and returned Saturday. Wednesday visitors of the Ray- mond Shepherds were Harry Hamilton and Raymond Lyle tif Clearmont, Missouri and Frank and Dennis Brislawn. Bonny Sipes visited on Thursday. Ray- mond, Jeannie and Piney attend- ed the buck sale in Newell oa Friday. On Saturday, Raymond and Jeannie were in Sundancn and stopped to see Mr. and Mrs. John Blakeman on their return. Mike Shepherd and Brad and Butch Shumaker were Sunday vis- itors of the Shepherds. state region, mental health servic- es in the five-state area, land use Black Hills National Forest and management and the chang- headquarters announced t h i s ing legislative process, week that Bob Benjamin, range . It was a day this week, with the nation needs. The clamor for Participating on the national By Donna Heald conservationist on the Boar lunch out o! the way. I had been clean air and blue sky, ,for space energy crisis panel will be U.S. 9-23-73 Lodge Ranger District, has been strolling about the lawn and to stretch your legs and an at- Sen. Cliff Hansen, Wyoming Re- reassigned to a similar position through the garden, looking at mosphere" to give you peace of publican. Harry and Montana Berger on the Routt National Forest. the deep orange pumpkins, the mind is already well known. Wyoming Gay. Start Hathaway were busines s callers in Hulett on Yampa, Colo. Benjamin graduated in 196 1 tomatoes ripening on the vines It is no day dream, no wishful will present the luncheon address Tuesday and i n Sundance o n from the University of Wyoming and the apples bowing down, now thinking. We have it all here and Oct. 8 and Newcastle Mayor Thursday. almost crimson, progress will lay its hand upon Lloyd Avery will give the wel- John and Paula Fowler were in and came to Sundance that same year. It was a mellow day, with aus. come following the opening of the Gillette on Monday. Paula and He, his wife Donna and .soft vagrant wind touching my I cannot think otherwise be- conference by Christensen. Mabel attended the Button a n d lace and there was a stillness all cause too many travelers have A special program will be held Bows Homemaker Club at Gladys children will move to Colorado ia about. The hush of an autumn stopped here at the office. Wist- at the opening night dinner.Clark's on Wednesday afternoon October. ..day, just about the finest time fully, they express their wish that Frank Norris, Wyoming Traveland that evening, Paula went to there is, and the air was crystal, they, too, lived in this country. Commission director, will present Ceramics Class in Hulett. Dick Against the mountain side, a Their feelings are genuine and the slide program, "The Mona- Lucara of Gillette was a supper Local Girl Scouts clump of aspen burned with a you can bet your last dollar that rain West,' and the Sheridanguest of John's on Thursday. Max golden fire. when a job is available in this Shriner's Hill Billy band will Evans called at the Fowlers on Plan Collection theA day of sweet enchantment, area they will move this way. play. Friday evening. Saturday morn- kind you hold forever among I can remember living in north- Conference headquarters will be ing, Mabel and Paula helped to Your memories so that lang after- era Vermont, with the summer at the Fountain Motor Inn with all clean the New Haven Community el Be Couporl$ Ward it provides you with apeople moving in from the cities business meetings and panel dis- Building and Cemetery. Start Special pleasure, for the summer season. I always cussion to be held in the Dogie Tordovitch of Gillette called at .A fall day, with the sun swing- had the feeling they regarded the Theater. the Fowiers on Saturday evening. Sundance Junior Girl Scout Troop No. 123 will be collecting tag southward and the robins natives as relatively simple pea- Panel discussions are open to Charlotte Evans and children and Betty Crocker coupons this week, g.one Mother Nature preparing for ple out of the mainstream of the public. Further information Mrs. Harold Wells, Jr., were Sun- winter. A time of extreme change life in general and having no can be obtained from the New- day afternoon visitors of Paula',, according to Mrs. Jim McLellan, from one season to another,idea at all of what they were castle Chamber of Commerce,Dorothy Burch and Irene John- troop leader. She said troop members started It is a time of change for all missing. Christensen or the Legislative son visited at the UiBreaslain's their door-to-door canvass Tues- ,:us in this area. The old order Such was not the case, of Service Office, 213 Capitol Build- on Wednesday evening. Henryday night and will continue the changing and we face a new course, but many a canny Yankee ing, Cheyenne. and Rosemary Hendrickson, con- project the remainder of the Changes are crowding in went along with the gag. sins of the Brislawn's, from Spa- week. She said all Betty Crocker us and a way of life .for I have not resided in Vermont Durham Services kane, Wash. visited at the Ui- coupons are good. Breaslain's on Sunday. tals area of the country is slip- for a long time but I have been The coupons will be sent by the Ping away. back on many occasions and tt Fred Zane of Moorcroft visited troop to the Lander training I remember Sundance 20 years is not the same any longer. Prog- Planned Friday at the Turnquists on Monday. school which is buying a new bust ago and nearly half of the town ress has visited the area and Harold and Dorothy Butch and with the aid of the coupons. wasn't here then. Oh, yes, the life in Vermont is no longer Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Art and Davey Hauber hauled Changes have been many and simple and uncomplicated . if Ada Durham, longtime Crook sheep for the Turnquists on Tues- we haven't seen anything yet. it ever was. county resident, will be held Fri- day. Albert and Hazel were bus- TWenty years ago, after theVermont is not a large place day at the Community Baptist iness callers in Gillette on Wed- ETD Coordinator nesday. Mike and Marie Hummel tourist had flown at Labor and it didn't take long to fill it Church in Hulett. Burial will be were week-end guests a t t h e any, I remember the highways up. The state now fights a con- in the Hulett Cemetery under the Sets Visit Here just about deserted: They stant battle. It recognizes that direction of Roberts Mortuary, Turnquists. .t ally aren't anymore, or hadn't new industry and new people want Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robinson re- You noticed? to move into the state, indeed Mrs. Durham died unexepected- turned from Milaca, Minnesota Curt Hiltbrunner, state co- ordinator of the Educational Traffic is on the upswing all tht y axe needed, but it strives ly Tuesday morning at the Don this past week where they visited Technology Demonstration, will 'round and new people are always to retain some of the as- Pratt Manor in Belle Fourche. Ray's sister. in constantly, new busi- peers of life that was Vermont's The daughter of Charles andMrs. George Ike, Rose and Jo- visit Sundance Oct. 3, according are openipg up throughout area. life here has been full of pleasure, have been ve d ortunate. area is vast beautiful population is not large. a relatively small of people have been en- a huge segment of country people pay good money to remember aU the autumns of years with the hillsides with yellow and red. On autumn afternoon, you could in the mountains. Hundreds could be doing the same the same area but you few of them. area is already undergoing because tt has vast assets 30 years ago. It is not easy. We can look forward to the same but being a larger area we can withstand the impact better. We need more business, more people - and the tide is coming m. I don't think we'll ever be overcrowded here and we have plenty of room to grow. The old order changeth and some year not too far away, you'll savor a [all afternoon. The golden aspen leaves will dance their same dance and you can smell the wine of 'an autumn wind. But you'll always remember the dreamy hush of an autumn day 20 years ago and remember how it was and how it'll never be that way again. But It will be. Nancy Lane Bear, she was born in Missouri on oct. 13, 1904. When she was eight, she moved with her parents to Crook county. She was married to Thomas Durham at Belle Fourche on June 27, 1917. She had resided in Hul- ett before moving to Belle Four- che July 30, 1972. She was a member of the Hul- ett Community Baptist Church. She is survived by one dau[ h- ter, Mrs. John (Merle) Wolfskfll, Hulett; one sister, Mrs. Myrtle Mahoney, Hulett; five grand- children and eight great grand- children. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her hus- band, who died in June, 1967, and a son Thomas Gale who was killed in World War II. dy Thomas of Hulett were Wed- nesday visitors and supper guests of Jim and Helen Hahn's. Jim and Helen visited at Opal Aliens on Thursday. Donna Heald an4 children were in Gillette on Monday. Bob and Denny York were Tuesday even- to Dr. Hugo Hendrickson, super- intendent of schools. Hendrickson said Hiltbrunner will arrive in Sundance at 1 p.m. Sundance and six other Wyo- ruing sites have been selected to participate in an experiment in- volving a space satellite in direct educational applications. ing visitors of the Heald's. Walter Hauber stopped by on Wednesday The ETD, funded primarily by morning. Rod Allen returned to the U. S. Dept. 'of Health, Edu- Rapid City on Friday after spend- cation and Welfare, will use a ing the past week at the Heald's. George Heald, Tammy and Rob- bie Heald were Saturday morn- ing visitors. Judy French attended club at Gladys Clark's on Wednesday. The French's had dental appoint- ments in Spearfish on Thursday. They attended church i n S u n- dance on Saturday and had din- satellite - the world's largest and most powerful communicationst satellite - to be launched next spring by NASA. Specially designed receiving equipment will be installed at each selected site. A fence en- closed site in front of the old Sundance elementary building will house the equipment here.