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Thompson-Livingston Wedding Is Held in Cheyenne The First United Methodist Church in Cheyenne was the set- ting Aug. 18 for the wedding of Miss Carla Thompson and Perry Livingston. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thompson, Cheyenne. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Livingston, Sundance, are the parents of the groom. The church was decorated with two tall candelabra and baskets of multi-colored garden flowers when the Rev. Grooter performed the ~ingle-ring ceremony at 1 p.m. Miss Carol Calhoun, organist, accompanied Mark Kitchen as be sang "Speak Softly Love." The candlelighter was Miss Les- lie Jo Pierce. Given in marriage by her fa- ther, the bride wore a traditional gown of silk organza ever taffeta. The bodice was designed with a cap of shirred organza which was edged with Venise lace. The bride carried a bouquet of multi-colored silk, straw and garden flowers with white satin streamers. Miss Kathie Lucero, Denver, was maid of honor whille Mrs. Tani Lee Sandy, Laramie, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Doug Livingston, brother of the groom, was best man and Dale Hansen, cousin of the groom, was groomsman. Ushers were Dar- rell and Wayne Thompson, Lara- mie, cousins of the bride. Following the ceremony, a re- ception was held at Allison Hall. The bride's table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake, decorated with yellow roses and white wedding bells and topped by three satin bells. Miss Janice Livingston, sister of the groom, and Mrs. Lorraine Elliot served. The groom's cake was deco- Sharleen Julius, Miss Sandra Lucero and Mrs. Mary Jo Ber- talan. For a going away trip to Salt Lake City, the bride wore a blue plaid pant suit with white cor- sage. The bride is a 1970 graduate of Cheyenne Central, attended the University of Wyoming two years and is currently employed by Mountain Bell. The groom graduated from Sundance High School in 1970 and will graduate from the Univer- sity of Wyoming in 1974. Honored guests at the wedding were the brides great aunts, Miss Flora Hamilton and Mrs. E. L. Colwell; her great uncle, E. L. Colwell; the groom's grandfather, William L. Mangus, Osage; and Mrs. Lucile Livingston, New- castle. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Livingston hosted the rehearsal dinner at The Hitching Post. Our summer is gone, and we all wonder what happened to it. Our children are al back in school and the canning is just about done. Most of the haying, com- bining, corn cutting, etc. is done for this year too. Fall is with us now - and we all have so many things to do before winter really gets here. We all should take a little time to enjoy the beautiful fall colors in the country side. Take a look, then come home and enjoy a dinner of one of the following rec- ipes -- sent to me by members of the Crook County Cow Belles. Barbecued Ribs Shirley Viergutz 1 large onion chopped 1/2 c. molasses ]/2 c. water 1/,~ c. prepared mustard 2 tbl.~p, salad oil 1 c catsup ]/4 c. Worcestershire sauce 1 tblsp, salt 3 lbs. short ribs Saute onion in oil; combine re- maining ingredients, except ribs, and add to onion Cook 10 min- sheer yolk with accents of Venise rated with yellow icing and the utes. lace, a high collar and longcouple's name and wedding date. Divide ribs for serving; brush sleoves, edged in crFstaline ruf- It was served by Miss Debbiepieces with sauce; place in shal- fling. A wide ruffle bordered Livingston, sister of the groom, low baking pan. the skirt and the chapel train Also assisting at the reception with accents of Venise lace en- were Mrs. Sherry White, MissBake in moderation oven (350) hancing the skirt. Tiers of silk Leslie Pierce, Miss Janet Mon- 1]/2 to 2 hours or until tender. illusion were gathered to a chapel roe, Miss Gall Bontadelli, Miss Brush with sauce every 1/2 hour. The newest, most modern method on the market today - clean the dry foam way. COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL Reasonable Rates Free Estimates Glenn D. Welch Phone Collect 605-642-4811 Spearfish, S. D. Ground Beef and Vegetable Casserole with Cornbread Top Gail O'Haver 1 lb. ground beef 1 med. onion 1/4 tsp. garlic salt Salt and pepper to taste 1 No. 300 can mixed vegetables 2 cups cornbread mix Brown beef, onion, garlic salt, salt and pepper. Drain off excess liquid. Spoon vegetables over meat. Prepare cornbread mix as directed on package. Spoon batter onto vegetables. Bake 350 degrees F. for 10-12 minutes or until corn- bread is done. Yields 4 servings. Sweet-Sour Beef Short Ribs Louise Clark 2 lbs. Beef short ribs 3 tblsp, worcestershire sauce 1/3 cup vinegar 1/3 cup brown sugar 3/4 cup pineapple tidbits and juice Cornstarch, enough to thicken (about 1/3 cup or less.) Brown short ribs in cooking oil and cook 2 hours with water. The last hour add the last 5 in- gredients. Baste. Bye for now, Barbie-Q By Margaret Ellsbury with his policy of being in business strictly as a public service (although he does admit to marking Rx's up 10 each, more or less), Bernie has doubled the staff at his pharmacy (from one to two). Pictured here is Vicki, whose principal task is to keep up with all the paper work involved in the business. Store Hours - 9 to 6--Six Days A Week "A" Free Delivery in Sundance ~tr Free Mail Order Dial 283-1130--After Hours 283-1230 Located in the 3-C's We don't depend on magic--" just skilled knowhow and hard work---to handle your automotive repair work. SEE US FOR Complete Car and Truck Repair Experienced Volkswagen Service Free Estimates On Whatever Job You May Have SALES AND SERVICE Ph. 283-1770 SundanCe