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September 28, 1967

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The camera catches a scene from Sunday's pleyday held at Aladdin by the Aladdin Roping Club. In the action from left to right are Walt Merchant, Bob Queen, I' Bryce Seger, Alfred Hutchinson, Ernest Leitner, Joe French, Gayle Weaver, Ray Merchant, Corky Wheeler, George Whalen, Ben Miller and Gary Dungey. A playday was held Sunday at Aladdin by members of the Alad- ding Roping Clu~b. Results of the events were: Team roping - Watt Marchant and Bryce Sager; 2. Francis Mad- den and Ed Mathews; 3. Chuck Pearson and Gary Dungey. Ribbon ropin.g - 1. Francis and Dorothy Madden; 2. Bob Queen and Janie Manke; 3. Gary Dungey and Ginger Massie. ~teer roping race - 1. Bryce ~ager, Bob Queen, Walt March- ant; 2. Gary Dungey, Ben Miller, Gayle Weaver; 3. Alfred Hatch- inson, Joe French, Ernest Leitner. ~arrel racing - 1. Ed Mathews; 2. Bob Queen; 3. Chuck Pearson. Tater race- Gary Brengle's team won over Chuck Pearson's team. Tug of war - 1. Team of Gary Dungey wen'over the ,team of Bryce Sager. Dally raping (first go-round) -1. Franklin Manke -Gary Dungey; 2. Francis Madden - Ed Mathews; 3. Bob Queen - Ernest Leitner. Dally roping (second go-round) - 1. Bryce Sager - Walt Marchant; 2. Franklin Manke - Bob Queen; 3. Francis Madden - Ed Mathews. Xl Thetas Host Party Members of Xi Theta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority enter- rained 12 guests at a "Hobo" cos- turne party held in ~he home of Mrs. Jay R. Durfee Monday eve- ning. Entertainment during the social meeting included games and a pantomine o the tune of "Side by Side' by Mrs. Gary Metcalf and Mrs. Alan Roberts. The hobo theme was carried ottt in .the lunch service wi,th ,bandana and stick matins on the plates and napkins. Mrs. Ellis Livirtgston will host the next me~ing October 9 at the l, lviagston ranch. Nelson Homo Scene Of Xi Mu Meeting Mrs. Martha Nelson was hostess for the meeting of Xi Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority held in her ,home Monday evening. Following the discussion of routine, business, Mrs. Roger Brunson and Mrs. William Mauch led a group discussion program on "Education and Friendship, Easy and Informal." Mrs..Harry Habeck will host the next ch~er meeting at her home October 9. Mrs. Noel Edwards will be in Charge of ,the program. "What Is Life?" Ted Gilberts Celebrate Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gilbert cele- brated their fifth ,wedding anni- versary at a coffee and dinner held in their home Wednesday, September 20. Celebrating with the Gilberts were their parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lembcke of Laramie, who visited them Wednesday-Thurs- day morning. Joining the family grottp for the coffee Wednesday afternoon were the Rev. and Mrs. Patterson Keller, Mary Louise, Christina and Patterson, Jr., and M~s. Gerald Popham. Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 28, 1967 Sundance Bridge Club Meets In Durfee Home Mrs. Jay Durfee was hostess for the meeting of the Sundance bridge club held in .her home Wednesday ,with two ~ables of cards in play. Mrs. John Binney was high scorer; Mrs. Edith Thompson, sec- ond high ,and Mrs. A. B. Durfee, low. Mrs. M. O. Trego will host the next club meeting October 4. Lead Woman Honored On Birthday A group of Stmdance ladies drove .to Lead Friday to hold a surprise birthday party for Mrs. Blanch Jackson of Lead. Included in the group were Mesdames Caroline Ellinghausen, Vern Ferdinand, W. H. Blakeman, Blanche Cole, Wilbur Dillavou, Miss Winn Hopper and Mrs. Jack- son's sister Mrs. V. R. Taylor. Gifts were presented, then the afternoon spent socially over cake, ice cream and coffee. BIRTHDAYS Guy Beeudoin The third birthday of Guy Beau- doin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beaudoin, was celebrated at din- ned in .the Beaudoin home Thurs- day evening September 21. Presen,t 'were Guy's grandpar- ents, Mr..and Mrs. Hie Heronimus of Alexandria, South Dakota, the Beaudoin family, Ray Marchant and Charles Viergulz. Later that evening, Mr. and Mrs. John Bas- well and son joined the group for homemade ice cream and cake. Mrs. Gerald Popham Mrs. Don Denzln LMrs. Gerald Popham and Mrs. Don Denzin ~vere the honorees at a birthday party held for them in the home of Mrs. Ted G~bert Monday evening. Games of Yahtzee were .played with Mrs. Denzin receiving the high score; Mrs. Marlene Taylor, second high; and Mrs. Caroline Eliinghausen, low. Gifts were ~re- sen,ted then a Black Forest cherry cake was served by Mrs. Gilbert to the honorees and Mesdames De2ber~ Rinehart, Caroline Ell- inghausen, Marlene Taylor, and Rod Ware. BIRTHDAYS Mrs. Rex Dillon A group of women gathered in the home of Mrs. Glen Wyatt Tuesday of last week for a coffee held in observance of .the birth- day of Mrs. Rex Dillon. Gifts were presented .then re- freshments ,provided 'by Mrs. Tom Seeley were served. Those .pres- ent were Mrs. Seeley, Mrs. Dillon, iMrs. Wyatt, Miss Nelda Dillon and Mrs. Karold Bernd. Thursday, Sept. 28 - Hambur- ger noodle casserole, celery sticks, banana bread, peaches. Friday, Sept. 29 - Tuna sand- wiches, lettuce salad, apricot crisp. Corrected Church Notice- METHODIST CHURCH Regular Services - II a.m. to noon. Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. to noon. Bryan Clark, lay leader. Mr. and Mrs. ,Ben Jensen and family drove to Sylvan Lake, South Dakota Friday-Saturday where they visited Jensen's moth- er Mrs. Clifford Jensen of Sioux Falls who ~as there attending a teacher's institute. Bear Lodge Wranglers Meet at Merchant Home The last meeting of the club year of the Bear Lodge Wranglers 4-11 club was held last vceek at the llarry Marchant 'home. Mem- bers answered roll cMl with the color and number of ribbons won at ~he fair. Mike Hutchinson led the salute to ,the flag. The club's float won first place in the humorous division at the coun,ty fair parade. The club sent a ,thank you note to Claudette Miller for making the signs for the float. Dan Moline gave two demon- strations, "The Cuts and Percent- ages of A Beef Animal" and "The Requirements for Ropecraf." After the meeting, record books were checked by the leaders with the members. William D. Carlson, Colorado State University professor, will become the 17th president of the University of Wyoming on Jan. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Watson, Newcastle were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. tIarry Watson and Kim. Rummage Sale, Episcopal par- ish hall, Thursday, Oct. $, 7 to 9 p.m. end October 6, 8:30 a.m. un- til noon. Sponsored by Episcopal Church Women. Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Clark and Oliver were Tuesday dinner guests in the Sam Lappe home. Saturday evening visitors were (Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark and Jerry of ~Newcastle. Sunday call- ers were Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Lap- oe and ~am.ily of Devils Tower. Mr. and Mrs. William Thomp- ,son of Red Water visLted Mrs. Edith Thompson and Marion Thompson Saturday while enroute home from a trip to Snowflake, Arizona where they had visited their son and family Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jensen and ~amily returned home Tuesday following a 2Yz weeks trip visit- ing relatives in Washington state ,and Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Hie Heronimus, Alexandria, South Dakota, were 'houseguests September 21-26 with ~their daugher and family, Mr. and iMrs. Robert Beaudoin. Mrs. Ted Rounds, Teddy, Kelly and Todd and Connie Carr had dinner wi,th Mr. and Mrs. V. M. French of Alva Sunday. Warm coats in thickset corduroy or import suede are to be found at Myrlee's in Spearfish. Mrs. Jeanett Hagen and mother Mrs. ttanna Basford of Sioux Falls, South Dakota arrived Tues- day for a few days visit wih Mrs. Hagen's cousin and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Jackson. Monday overnight guests of Mrs. V. R. Taylor were her long- time friends ,Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Morgan Truax in Grayland, Washington. Monday evening, the three drove ~o .the EUsbury ranch in ~he Bear Lodge where Truax was born ,and raised. The . Truax's ~lso visited his aunt, Mrs. Ella Ellkbury in Belle Fourche While in the area. Whopping increases in sales In addition, all 23 and use tax collections and cigar- ceived a share of .the et,te tax distributions ,were regis- percent ,tax for the first tered for the mon.th of July in Crook county's share was Wyoming, Bccording ,to the Wy-41. oming Department of Revenue. Crook county contri,but,e~,1 ~-- July was the first full month percent of the sales tax total of the state's new uniform three 163 paid returns. This ~'~ percent ,sales and use tax as well average of $127.25 ,per rettu~.,~ as for abot~t 1000 new service Cigarette tax distrbution W~,~ businesses. Collections in July the month of July was neat~ totaled $2,356,720.61 compared to percent higher than for the $2,013,531.66 last year. month last year. Total sales tax reported in A~g- The increase to $265, ..,i ust from Crook county was $20,- from $104,719.97 in 1966 ~,~ 746.19, compared ~o $14,188.42 in brought about by ,the rate.~e~ August 1966. Sundance's share crease from four cen,ts per Y~" of the one-half percent sales tax to eight cents. ,,.,. totaled $466.74. Other figures ~For sales made in July, ..~.,~ were Moorcroft, $424.55; and Hul- dance received $452.05; _~ ett, $172.13. croft, $403.78; Hulett $29~, and Crook cotm,ty, $269.1~,,~ mi will be allowed o each l~,t Info is Given owner or One member of l~! mediate family. Appli~atiO~ must be submitted to the d~ F0r I Vi d Tur| game warden in the area-,.-- - Oct. 5, ~he established el0~ date for landowner ai)pliC~ Information on application for Landowner permits will ~ wild turkey permits was given ducted from ,the allotment o~ this week by Deputy Game War- mils for the special permit~I den Frank Basgs. The Black Hills area in Baggs said ~pplications for and Weston coun:ties runs ~.. wild turkey permits must be in Nov. 1 through Nov. 30 with -~ ,the Cheyenne office of ,the Wy- permits authorized. Bag lirai~" oming Game and Fish Commis. be one turkey for the seasa~,~t~ sion before 5 p.m. on Oct. 10. In ,the Sheridan-Johnson ,C~k~ H the number ,of applications area, 550 turkeys may be '~ exceeds the number of authorized from Oct. 28 ~chroug:h Oct. ~'~0 permits, a drawing will be held The Laramie Peak area ~ in the Cheyenne office of the special permits with the ~,"~, commission ~o determine the running fromNov. 1 hroUga" successful applicants. Not more than five percent of the permits ~vill be issued o non-resident hun.ters. Applicants may apply for only one area. Bag.gs said applicants must ap- ply by using the ,special turkey permit alyplication form and must indicate .the one area in which the permit is requested and the number and kind of hunting li- cense possessed. He said that in any area open- ed under special permits, for the taking of wild turkeys, bona fide ranchers living ~ithin the desig- nated area may be issued a spec- ial permit upon application with- out participa.tion in a drawing if ,their lands are used by ,the spec- ies of game birds ~for which spec- ial permits are issued. However, only one special per- lO__ Pearl Sun:set, B euena P~a~l~ Calif. ,arrived Sept. 10 and i~ iti~g in Sundance with her sister, Mearl Walk. Rummege Sale, Episc* .I ish hall, Thursday, Oct. 5, / .~, p.m. and October 6, 8:30 til noon. Sponsored by EplSC~ Church Women. ,i, Mr and Mrs V M Fren~l~'~ va, visited ,their'daugkter ~ family Mr. and Mrs. Ted F~;, while in town for ,the TOF, A nual meeting Saturday. ,pc Weekend visi,tors in 4&e ~.~ Schloredt home ~ere Kent~I~77.,,..:_~,~ of Spearfish and Drew I'It~ _w:~.~e.,.^~ son of Aladdin. Mrs. tw_~ Pridgeon, Belle Fourche Tuesday caller.