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Robyn Finch Is Bride Of Robert Hegge The First Congregational ~taUrCh in Edgemon, South Da- was the setting for the Sep- ~eraber 10 wedding of Miss Robyn ~qnn Finch, daughter of Mr. and l~Irs. William Schmidt, Edgemont, ~ou,th Dako,ta and Robert Palmer 8egge, son o~ Mr. and Mrs. Palm- er Hegge, Sundance. BOuquets of pink and whRe car- hti~ns flanked the altar for the doU`ble-ring ceremony performed by the ,Rev. Kenneth Moreland at 3 P.m. Mrs. Skea of Edegmont, Organist, played the iraditional Wedding marches and accompan- Ied Mrs. Shirley Simmons, Edge- ~o~ who sang "W,hither Thou Gost" and "The Wedding Pray- er." Given in marriage by her fath- er, the bride ,was attired in a ~hite silk and wool, two piece dress .and jacket ensemble and a ,shoulder ~ength veil held ,by a velvet box. Her flowers were white rosebuds. Mrs. Kenneth Glover, Sun- dance, served her sister-in-law as Ma,tron of Honor. Kenneth Glover was best man. Following ~he ceremony, a re- ception was ,held in the Sehmidt home with Mrs. Richard (Susan) !Mohr of Phoenix, Arizona, sister of the bride, eu,tting and serving the three-tiered wedding cake and Mrs. Sehmid~t pourirrg. n Homecoming Day y, Sept. 29 Best of Luck, Bulldogs Ph. 283-2971 :e Equipment Co. Sundance It's Homecoming Time for Best Wishes from Pastime Bar & Lounge Ph. 283-9248 Sundance Time Welcome Grads to BEST WISHES FROM Tom Graham Ph. 283-1047 Sundance II eastern Wyoming Sundance, Wyoming Range a,nd Herd Bull Preepe~s. A screened and clear pedigreed, tale. R. A, Auctioneer Box 147 Gillette, Wyo. Following a wedding trip to the Black Hills, ,the couple is resi4ing at the Hegge ranch. The bride is a graduate of Edgemon~t ,high school and served ,two years in ~he Womens' Air Force in Massachusetts. The :bridegroom at'tended Sun- dance high school and is present- ly engaged in ranching ,with his father. Thiemann-Roehrs Wedding Vows Exchanged At Sundance Darlene Thiemann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thie- mann, Sundance, ,became ,the bride of Alc David Roehrs, Sun- dance Air Force Station, son of Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Roehrs of De- fiance, Ohio in a ceremony per- formed at 4 p.m. in M,t. Calvary Lutheran Church in Sundance, September 16. Pastor Richard Schroeder, Deadwood, officia,ted at ,the double-ring rites. Church decorations included altar bouquets of green and white carnations. Miss Jane Ma,tson, Spearfish, organist, :played lhe traditional ,wedding marches. Given in marriage by her fath- er, the bride wore a whi,te knit, street-length, shea,th dress and a chapel veil held by a crown of sa,tin, tier ~bridal bouque,t ,was of green and while carnations. Miss Janet Roehrs, Defiance, O'hio, sister of the bridegroom, who was Maid of Honor, was at- tired in a green, street-length knit dress and carried a .bouquet of green and white carna,tions. Alc Roy Hardman, Sundance AFS, served as best man. Ale A1 Bertram, Sundance AFS was an usher. A reception followed the cere- mony in the Thiemann residence wRh ladies of Mt. C~vary Luther- eran Guild assisting under the direction of Mrs. Carl Olson. A ~amily friend, Mrs. Bill Ziegler of Sundance Air Force Sta,tion, ,poured. Cer~tering the serving table was a ~chree,tiered wedding cake decorated in the bride"s col- ,ors of green and ~hite and top- ped with a ~bride and ,groom orna- ment. Mrs. Madelyn Morris of Spearfish .baked and decorated the cake. Miss Pare Thiemann, sister of the bride, registered the guests vchile Miss Matson was in charge of the ,gi~ts. The couple, presently residing ~t ~che Circle S court in Sundanee, ~vil,1 leave next month on their wedding trip ,o Defiance, Ohio ~here ~hey will visit redatives be- fore Airman Roehrs is ,transferred to Alaska. Mrs..Roehrs will re- main in Sundance during her husband's tour of du~y in Alaska. The `bride ,graduated ~rom Spearfish high school in 1966 and attended ,Black Hills State College the ~ast year. The ,bridegroom is a graduate of Jewel high *school in Defiance, ,Ohio and attended Ohio State Un- iversity at Columbus, Ohio `before entering the Air Force. He has been stationed ~t Sund,ance AFS ~he past .two sears. Those attending the wedding were Airman ~oehrs' parents Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Roehrs and his sister Janet of Defiance, Ohio as well as ,the ~.mmediate Thiemannn family and close friends from Spearfish and Sundance. Crook County Memorial Hos Admitted Sept. 19: J.oyce McKay, Sun- dance. Georgia Mathews, Spear- ,fish, S. D. Sept. 20: Ethel Putman, Sun- dance. Brian Conley, Sundance Donna Keener, Sundance. Mike Erland, Moorcro~t. Sept. 22: ,Donna Hart, Sundanee. Lindsey Hopper, Sundance. Sylvia ,Neff, Sundance. Sept. 23: Donald Cooper, Upton. Kenneth 'Lyons, St. Marys, Idaho. .Sept. 25: Melvin Mirich, Upton. Dismissed Sept 19: Barry Wilson, Sub- dance. Jady Sinclair, Moorcroft. Sept. 20: Seve~t Rist, Sundance. A da Dowdy, Upton. Sept. 21: Ethel Putman, Sun- dance. Edward Chatfield, Sun- dance. Georgia Mathews, Spear- fish, S. D. Sept. 2~: Margaret .Bergin, Sun- don,pc. J.oyce McKay & Boy, Sun- dance. Sept. 23: Brian Co~ey, Sun-