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of Alzada, attended the Grubb- Sept. 19, going to Nebraska,Leonard Hook and family. Sept. Hall wedding in Hulett. Sunday where they will visit and attend 14 Mrs. Hook and daughter were the Linklaters and Morgans spent a family reunion at Auburn. in Spearfish for medical and den- the day visiting Mrs. Linklater's Mrs. Run Pulse spent the week- tat appointments. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Thorn end in Casper as her husband, ag. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Winland and September 13, 1973 at their home on Lytle Creek. instructor here, is on a judging children of Gillette were Saturday Dear Editor: Jay Durfee of Sundance was in trip to Laramie with 12 of the evening visitors at the Leonard It has recently been broughtMary Ann Ford Becomes Hulett one day during the week to boys from his class. Hook home and on Sunday visit- to my attention that SenatorBride of Michael P. Maddy call on different old friends. He Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood enter- ed Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood. Edward Kennedy has introduced Mary Ann Ford, Hulett, became stated that he and his wife would tained Mr. and Mrs. Jim BareMr. and Mrs. Leonard Eaton an anti-lobbying bill which would the bride of Michael P. Maddy, be leaving soon for Sun City, to an evening dinner and then and family and Mike Hedger of seriously hinder the efforts of Casper, in an evening wedding Arizona where they spent the win- the group played pinochle. On Casper were weekend visitors groups and individuals fighting September 3 in the Communityters. Saturday the Woods visited at and attended the wedding of his anti-gun drive. Baptist Church at Hulett, Wyo. Mrs. Lena Fowlkes and Mrs. the home of their daughter, Mrs. Joyce Grubb. The proposed legislation, S-1126, Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Ford are Frank Fowlkes were in Belle the parents of the bride. The Fourche one morning during the .... ....... t=, .... would expand the 1946 Lobby Act groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. week where Lena haddental work II ............. to cover: 1. Individuals or organizations A E. Maddy, Boulder, Colo. done. having as a substantial purpose Wyman Ford, father of the The Hoffman twin sisters of COW POKI S By Reid the influencing of legislation, bride, performed the 8 p.m. dou- Belle Fourche, who have been 2. Individuals or organizations ble-ring ceremony. Mrs. Johnemployed here for some time expending their own funds to in- Wolf, organist, accompanied the have purchased a new mobile ,," ,,--,, fluence legislation, bride Mary Ann who sang "With home, which is located at the 3. Individuals or organizations This Ring I Thee Wed." Don Roberts trailer court one seeking to influence legislation The bride's full length gownmile northeast of town. indirectly (the so-called "grass- of ivory satin featured a V-em- Many relatives and friends at- roots lobbyists"), pire waistline with leg-o-mutton tended the wedding of Miss Joyce Legal action could be brought sleeves trimmed with self-covered Elaine Grubb and Mr. Dave Hall against private persons seeking buttons. In her hair the bride of Buffalo, Wyo. at our Commun- to lobby at home or in Washing- wore white daisies. Her flowers ity Baptist Church the evening of tn' D" C" r even any persn were white daisies trimmed with Sept" 22" TheY will be at hme ~~jlt[~ !_~.~ making a substantial contribu- orange ribbon, on a ranch near Buffalo where tion toward lobbying effort.During the ceremony the bride the groom is engaged in ranch- Penalties for violators run up presented a salmon-colored long- ing and Mrs. Hall will continue to $5,000 and one year imprison- stemmed rose to her mother and her office work with the U.S. I. ment for first offenders andthe groom's mother. Forest Service. We extend heart- $10,000 and five years imprison- For the reception, held at the Jest congratulations to them from ment for repeaters. Community Baptist Church, the the community where Joyce grew [ /,. This bill may be passed unless table was set withe hand cro- up. I the citizer ; of t: e Un ted States cheted l ablecloth ma vigorously show their opposition paternal grandmother. the citizens of the United States cheted tablecloth made by theMrs. Ethel Bush accompanied rig, rously ' he tie it opl:osition p atern; grandma ler. Mrs. R. A. (Nell) Bush to Belle A to any such legislation. The bill Assisting with the reception Fourche on a business trip one , is now before the Senate Cam- were aunts of the bride. Yvonne p.m. during the week. q1"I$'4" .,.,r,-- mittee on Government Opera- Vines served the coffee, Nadine The Hulett school band was in Overseth cut the cake and June Spearfish Saturday and played at tions. The members of this com- Morgan poured the punch, ot/, iI mittee are: the B.H.S.C. Swarm Day. Chairman, Sen. Sam J. Ervin, The bride is a graduate of The community extends con- Jr., N. C.; Henry M. Jackson, Casper College and is presently gratulation tO Keith Davidson and Wash.; John L. McClellan, Ark.; employed as a teller at the Wy- bride, the former Miss Eva Barn- "Tell 'era the reason we've got this meat out Edmund S. Muskie, Maine; Abra- oming National Bank, Casper,hart of Ohio, who were married ham Ribieoff, Conn.; Lee Met- while the groom is assistant man- recently in a true western-fron- .hera and fief old storage |s 'cause We're COil- calf, Mont.; James Allen, Ale.; ager of the Sears Store in Cas- tier wedding at Medicine Bow, cerned about the engery crisis." Lawton Chiles, Fla.; Sam Nunn, per. Wyo. Keith is serving with the Ga.; H. Walter Huddleston, Ky.; The couple will make their airforce~ at Cheyenne and his wife Charles Percy, Ill.; Jacob Javits, home at 1700 W. 25th in Casper, has a government office position N. Y.; Edward J. Gurney, Fla.; Wyoming. there. FOR A REAL BARGAIN, WE RECOMMEND Wm. B. Saxbe, Oh.; Wm. V. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Brink are Roth, Del.; Bill Brock, Tenn. erecting a two car garage on BANKING AT SUNDANCE STATE BANK The right to keep and bear their property. arms is an important right guar- Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bush and anteed by the Second Amend family were among those who at- We invite you to use all, or any, our ment. However, even more pre- Sept. 24 tended Buckaroo playday in Sun- clam rights are those promised Florence Osborn dance Sunday, Sept. 23. many bank services: 1. Checking accounts; 2. by the First Amendment--free- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fowlkes Savings accounts; 3. Many types of loans; 4. dam of speech and "the right to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Powell of were in Sturgis Sunday taking petition the government for a Everett, Washington, accompan- their grandchildren, Douglas and Bank-by-mail; 5. Many more services to fill ALL redress of grievances", led by the letter's uncle, aunt Tamra Harris home as they hadyour banking needs. ALl_ BANK SERVICES ARE If one were not allowed to state and cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie spent the weekend here. All visit- one's views on government or for Ownbey and daughter Lela of ed the children's mother at the HANDLED EFFICIENTLY AND WITH THE UT- that matter any other subject Grants Pass, Oregon, were here hospital, as she was having a democracy couldnot exist. Lob- early in the week visting at the bout with a bad cold and flu.MOST CONCERN FOR YOU. bying is one method of keeping homes of Mrs. Elsie W. Terhune, Harvey Lawrence is erecting a Congressmen informed of our her son John Wolf, his wife and porch to and skirting the new opmmns. Senator Kennedy's pro- two children, Mr. and Mrs. War- mobile home for Mrs. Helena posed bill clearly violates the First Amendment. ren Gray and son Alfred, also Ista. with other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Shannon of Let's not sell ourselves down Mrs. R. A. (Nell) Bush, accom- Madera, California, were here the road to slavery for not writ- panied by her sister, Mrs. Don for the wedding of the letter's ing a few letters. Let's let these Griffis, left by car the morning niece, Joyce Grubb, and spent Senators and any others knowof the 22nd enroute to Browns- a few days visiting friends and how we feel about this legisla- ville, Texas to see the farmer's relatives. tion. Remember, rights once husband and daughter Mrs. Mike Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hook left lost may never be regained. Neiman. Mrs. Bush will remain Organizations that are fighting indefinitely, while Mrs. Griffis the anti-gun bill include the Na- and Vickie Neiman will return by tional Rifle Association; the Na- bus. tional Association to Keep and Our postmaster, Mr. Wilbert Bear Arms, P. O. Box 189, Med- Long, became ill with a heart ford, Oregon 97501; and the Na- ailment early in the week and To be held at the ranch 35 miles southwest of Newcastle, Wyo. Turn off Newcastle-Lusk tional Citizens Committee For the was taken to Belle Fourche where highway 23 miles south of Newcastle and go 12 miles west. Watch for signs. Ranch has been Right to Keep and Bear Arms,he entered the hospital. We wish sold- cleanup sale. 3214 West McGraw, Suite 5, Se- him a speedy recovery. 0ct attle, Washington 98199. These Mr. and Mrs. Art Linklater and Yl groups must have money to con- daughter Jan and Mr. and Mrs. tinue fighting the battle. Ted Thorne were in Rapid City Sale to start at 11:00 a.m. Lunch Served at Noon Yours truly, on the 20th for medical appoint- Glen W. Russell ments.On Saturday Art and MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT Biddle, Mont. daughters, also Alfred Gray, help- ed John Wolf work cattle. Satur-1964 IHC truck with 16 ft. folddown box, has rebuilt motor and transmission, propane day evening the Linklater familyequipped--IHC 300 tractor, propane or gas---WD Ac tractor and 7 ft. AC mower---IHC side THE SUNDANCE TIMES and their daughter and son-in- delivery rake---1969 model 1280 New Holland self-propelled baler, string tie--small Farm" Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 27, 1973 law, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Morgan hand loader with gravel and manure fork and hay head with steel teeth--6 inch Dempster irrigation pump with 55 h.p. Waukesha propane or gas motor--3 point hitch post hole digger--squeeze chute--rubber tired wagon with 20 ft. flatbed---1963 Laycock tandem horse-trailer--Citizen's band two-way radio with 3 radios and two booster base stations-" 1963 3/4 ton snubnosed Jeep, rebuilt motor and transmlssion--small cement mixer --" pickup for hauling fuel, has 100 gal. and 30 gal. compartments--propane pump for fill- ing tractors and bottles--pickup box two wheel trailer---'55 Chev. car, has rebuilt engine---" 300 gal. gas tank and stand---new cattle oiler--pump jack--barrel pumps--log chains--" electric wire for submersible pumps--- big air compressor -- Fomey welder -- acetylene welder--2 air grease guns---cable--sheep panels---feed bunks--good anvil--angle iron l ---shop tools and misc. found at a clean up auction. 16 FT. FIBER-GLASS BOAT WITH 28 H.P. MERCURY MOTOR AND TRAILER. "-[ Run. Ft. for the l s .wi. FURNITURE AI~ in 4 Ft. name Coronado side by side bronze refrigerator~-deep freeze combination, real nice--Hot point electric range--3.piece sectional---end tables--electric washer and dryer---large office desk on the --some misc. chairs--misc, items found at a cleanup sale. edge "" for your KEEPS TERMS: CASH Not Responsible for Accidentl prolec- w,,a. .... MICK JAMES Owne Pionc.:,s *n Plar, t*cs Since 1924 COLD ti0,q[ At Your Hardware, Lumber and Building Supply Store ~ r R. A. "DICK" MADER, AUCTIONEER Gillette, Wyo.--Ph. --682-3882