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September 28, 1967

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/i all-around cowboy and winners at the Crook Horsemen's Association in Sundance Sunday are above. Shown left to right are Marland Jesperson, best all-around cow- boy, and Judy Clark and Dee Rob- inson, who tied for all-around cowgirl. by the Crook County Association as the champion cowboy and cowgirl were Dallas Roll, Sun. dance, and Dee Robinson, Moor. croft. H0rsemen's Association at Fairg con`testants compet- ll events at the Buckaroo held here Sunday under Sponsorship of the Crook Horsemen's Association. ribbons from the as- as `the best all-around of the playday was Mar- Jesperson, Moorcroft. Judy Sundance, and Dee Robin- Moorcrof.t, tied .for the best ,cowgirl ribbon. Roll, Sundance, won the champion carboy award of 85 points, ttunners- Merle Cta~k, ;-Iulett, 52 and Marland Jesperson, 46 points. the season's champion ;tward wRh 33 points was 'Robinson, Moorcroft. Run- were Judy Clark, Sun- 32 poinqts, and Denise .Hulett, 29 points.. ~cwo champions received from Cox Saddlery, Moor- for Sunday's event furnished by Meritt I~arton, Clark and Dick Shaw. Albert announced the show us- sound system dona~ted by Re,ping Club. Members association acted as judges arena officials. and second place winncrs vari(~us events were: barrel race - No entry no official placings. Each received 25 cents from cow cutting (all ages): Alden and Dee Rob. and Albert and Myrtle race (all ages): 1. Lin. .Hulett; 2. John Sni- chairs (kids 14 and un- Denise Clark, Hulett; 2. David Gose, Sundance. Nez Perce Stake Race (kids 15 and over and adults): 1. Judy Schloredt, S undance; 2. Merle Clark, Hulett. I~lag relay race (all ages): 1. Marland Jesperson, Moorcraft; 2. Richard Snider, Sundance. Steer daubing (15 and over and aduRs):~l. Merle Clark; 2. Albert Proctor, Itulett. Crepe p~per race (kids 12-14); 1. David Gose and Rodney Helm- et, Sundance; 2. Janet Clark and Debbie P(~pham, Sund, ance. Crepe paper race (15 and over); 1. Dallas Rotf and Judy Clar~ Sundance; 2. Doug Robinson and Marland Jesperson, Moorcroft. Nez 1~erce Stake race (14 and under); 1. Dee Robinson; 2. Gerry McGovern, Sundance. ~Iide race (15 .and o.ver): 1. Judy Clark ,and Dallas Rolf; 2. Gene Berger, Oshoto; and Marland Jes- person. The horsemen's association will be .guests of the Ride 'n Hide 4-H club for a ,pancake supper in No- vember. An educational horse film will be shown. Annual election of officers and directors will also be held. Dates and details of the meeting will .be announced later. The association also announced that membership fees for next,, season are due. Notice to C Any church notices, corrections or news items must be submitted ~o the offices of The Sundance Times, NO LATER THAN MON- DAY NOON, WEEK of PUBLICA- TION OR THEY WILL NOT BE PRINTED. Kim Shaw and Linda Linkletter prove their ability in team cutting during the final playday of the Judy Clark and Dallas Rolf work the barrels for first place Forty-nine contestants entered 11 events Sunday at the county Hemler-Michaei Wedding Is Held In Casper In an autumn ceremony per- formed Sept. 9 in .the home of Mr. and Mrs. CarroLl Rahm, Casper, by Justice o.f `the Peace William E. :Barnes, Mary Lorraine I-Iemler and Floyd E. Michael were mar- ried. Mr. and Mrs. Rahm aatended the couple. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Freda Peterson, Sundance, attend- ed Wyoming schools, Black Hills State College and Casper College. ~Formerly office manager of a Denver *]a.w firm, she will be em- ployed in ,the law offices of Ern- nest Wllkerson and W. F. Swam ton. Michael, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ~Iichael Sr., Casper, received his RS degree from the University of Wyoming and his MA degree in education from Colorado State University. He is supervisor af vocational, ,technical and adult education at Casper College. He is a member of the Casper Shrine Club, FAks and the Casper Mountain Lions Club. The couple are residing ,at 2207 South O'Dell Drive, Casper. Guests at the wedding were Pearl Crosley, E1 Cerri`to, Calif.; ~ary C. Rahm, Douglas .Hemler and Vernon Michael. Special Programs Set by Church Promotion Sunday wilI .be ob- served a~t the Sundance Bible Church Oct. 1 with a special pro- gram at 9:45 a.m. Recitations and songs by children will feature the program. Those being promoted will re- ceive certificates and pass into their new class. A newly~formed quartet will present a speeial number at the 11 a.m. worship service. The ser- mon topic will be "God's Promo- tion Day." The public is invited to a~end. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Su~dance, Wyo. Sept. 28, 1967 in the crepe paper race Sunday during the playday held at the fairgrounds as the Crook County Horsemen's Association held its County Monthly Social Security Funds $33,682 On Dec. 31, 1966, there were 522 people in Crook county re- ceiving monthly social security payments of $33,682, according to P~trick J. Sharer, Casper social security district manager. Sharer said that in order that social security benefits may be paid ~ quickly as possible fol- lowing retirement, R is advisable for everyone to contact the Social SecuriCy Administration about six months prior `to reaching age 62. Most widows should inquire six months before age 60. The Casper manager said an early inquiry will often avoid needless concern over the ade- quacy of evidence `to establish age, dependency or other factors. A representative of the Casper office will be in this area soon. A schedule of his visits is kept a.t the local pest office. Magazine Story sH. The latest issue of the western history magazine, "Bits and Pieces," published a~ Newcastle, contains a lead article on Nels H. Smith, Sundance rancher and former Wyoming ~overnor. Written by Mabel E. Brown, the magazine's owner, the article covers Nels It. Smith's career as governor, rancher, businessman and pioneer. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McKay, Sundance, are the parent.s of a son born Sept. 19 at Crook County Memorial Hospital. The baby ,weighed 7 lbs. 3 ozs. and has been named James Blaine. season held here Sunday by the Crook County Horsemen's Agsoc- iation. fairgrounds here. final playday of the season. Picture above catches the musi- cal chairs even~. Sundance Rebekeh Lodge Holds Regular Meeting Plans ~or coming events were made last Thursday night during the regular meeting of the Sun- dance Rehekah lodge. Members discussed the auction sale to be held Sept. 30. More sale items are needed. Persons with articles for the auction ors asked to call Kate Donaldson or Donna Allen. The lodge will serve the East- ern Star dinner and the bull sale ,lunch Oct. 23. Members also discussed the vis- it of the Assembly Presiden~ set or Nov. 30. Guests ~a,t the meeting were Miss Beth Watts, Mrs. My,fie Ratttbun and ~rs. Margaret Cart, all of .Hulett. Lunch was served by ~ary Pulse and Freda Peterson. Aladdin Homemakers Club Holds September Meeting The regular meeting af the Aladdin Homemakers club was ,held Sept. 20 at the ,home of Let~t Viergutz after having ,been post. ported ,previously because of rain. Son,gs were Icd by Olga Nickel- son and members answered roll call with the name of `the soap they use. Members discussed visiting the ,hospital and agreed to ~ry to visi,t Sept. 27 with ,the Give and Gain club. A safety project was brought up and the members thought equ.ipping their cars for win,ter driving would make a good proj- ect. Margaret Moline and Leta Vier- gutz showed ,the posters `they had made for achievement day. Mrs. Moline gave a demonstration oa laundry aids. Following /the meeting, Mrs. Viergutz served lunch of angel feed cake with cherry topping. Sunny Divide 4.H Club To Raffle Off Stove A Yukon stove will be raffled off in October by the Sunny Di- vide @H club. Tickets may be obtained from club members or by calling 283.2873 or 283-2862.