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. tI' 'i Sundance junior high volley- ball girls had mixed success in matches played last week. On Oct. 5, the girls played at Twin Spruce in Gillette with the seventh grade girls winning 15-4 and 15-13 while the eighth grade girls were defeated 15-3, 0-15 and 10-15. Seventh grade scorers were: Tara Reinecke 17, Cheri Peter- son 5, Melissa Farver 3, Trista Its OCTOBER 15, 19~7 ] ~'~ >U~DANCE TIMES PAGE 7 Friday, Oct. 23 Stew, applesauce, garlic ~" ....... "~ High iudi~idualSeries sticks-butter, peanut clusters !BOW||rlg aagg8 ! 1. GlendaMobley 546 Heather Wakefield 3, Noel and milk. ~..~. 2. Renie Bunner 500 Jadlowski 3, Theresa King 2, - .C 3. Sylvia Sharp 483 Deedra Hart 2. On Oct. 8 at Newcastle, the Christian Women October 1, 1987 High Team Game Sundance seventh graders bow- ed 8-15 and 6-15 with Newcastle defeating the eighth grade girls 11-15, 15-5 and 9-15. Seventh grade scorers were: Tins Jensen 8, Symonds 2, Reinecke 2, Karl Vore 2. Point scorers for the eighth Montgomery 3, Holly Mitchell grade were: Hart 10, Heidi 1, Jamie Symonds 1. Mollenbrink 6, Wakefield 5, Scoring for the eighth grade Dark 5, Warner 2, Jadlowski 2, to meet Oct. 22 Sundance State Bank 12-4 1. Krause Lanes 825 Durfee's 11-5 2. R & H Greenhouse 811 Crook County Christian Krause Lanes 10-6 3. Sundance State Bank 809 Women's Club will hold its next Energy Electric 6-10 High Team Series monthly luncheon and program R & H Greenhouse 5-11 1. Krause Lanes 2289 on Thursday, October 22, from 12:00-2:00 p.m. The luncheon No Name 4-12 2. R & H Greenhouse 2284 will be held at Fort Devils High Individual Game 3. Sundance State Bank 2281 Tower. 1. Renie Bunner 211 2. Glenda Mobley 204 Classified Ads... Professional artist and art teacher, Jean Brown of 3. Judy Neisner 186 An Easy WayTo Sell Cheyenne, will present a crea- ~~ Methodist Church in Sundance was the scene July 25 of of Debbie Peplow, Sundance, to Scott Tschetter, The bride is the daughter of Duane and Donna Peplow, while the groom is the son of Fred D. and Marylou Sundance. 7 Fuller Const. 1-3 tomato soup, carrot & celery ~,m., double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. 8 V.F.W. 1-3 sticks, 1/2 orange and milk. The altar was decorated with white mums and the HIGH INDIVIDUAL SERIES Tuesday, Oct. 20 white bows. Coralie Lubken 541 Chili w/crackers, chocolate Shirley Hamel while vocalist Lorrie Redfield sang Eleanor Welch 487 cake, pears and milk. I", "Tonight I Celebrate My Love" and "The Lord's Marsha Huckins 486 Wednesday, Oct. 21 INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAMES Beef and noodles, broccoli, gown was of polyester lace and sheer polyester Eleanor Welch 207 biscuits and butter, jello w/fruit With lace applique accents. It featured a beaded Queen Coralie Lubken 204 and milk. and a slightly raised waistline and bishop sleeves Lois Schelling 185 Thursday, Oct. 22 Taco salad, lettuce, cheese cuffs. The bride carried a bouquet of pink silk roses. STUMBLEBUM LEAGUE and tomato, V2 apple and milk. was maid of honor. She carried a single white rose. September 24, 2987 Friday, Oct. 23 Peplow, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. She also KrauseLanes 10-2 Chicken pattie on a bun, white rose. Branding Iron Bar 10-2 pickles, tater rounds, white served as best man while Brad Tschetter, brother Moorcroft State Bank 8-4 cake w/cherries and milk. was groomsman. Ushers were Todd McLanghlin and McMillan and Son 6-6 both cousins of the groom. Cal's Bait Shop 6-6 HULETT SCHOOL MENU October 19-23 the ceremony, a reception was held in the courthouse Fuller Const. 4-8 Monday, Oct. 19 room. Reception assistants were Connie Tschetter, Lori V.F.W. 2-10 Ham patties on bun, potato Conzelman. Petersen Lumber 2-10 salad, pears, cheese sticks and was the bride's personal attendant while KristyHIGH SERIES milk. sister of the groom, was in charge of the guestbook. Barb Bohnenkamp 537 Tuesday, Oct. 20 I Wedding trip to Seattle, Wash., the couple is residing in Jean Worden 535 Hamburger gravy, lettuce, from Sundance High School in 1982 and is Kathy Olson 525 fruit jello, biscuits and milk. HIGH GAMES Wednesday, Oct. 21 Crook County Memorial Hospital. A 1984 graduate of Barb Bohnenkamp 211 Turkey and noodles, green High School, the groom is employed by Tschetter & Son Jean Worden 209 beans, peaches,biscuits- guests at the wedding were Elsie Peplow, Vernon Linda Quillian 198 butter, milk. Peplow, Robyn and Rick, Wayne and Idell Flora and ***** Thursday, Oct. 22 Myers, all of North Dakota; and Donnie, Paula,Toot your own horn, and Pizza, peas, pineapple, Peplow of Montana. people will dodge you. cookies and milk. were: Leslie Quillian 7, Tauna Liz Daniels 2, Kathy Mitchell 1, tive hat style show entitled Warner 5, Darby Dark 3, Quillian 2. "Glad Hatters". A woman of many talents, Mrs. Brown will ~" ......... ~ SUNDANCE SCHOOLS also be the featured speaker as i Stumblebum 2 LYNCH MENU she brings a message she calls, Thursday, Oct. 15 "Top Hat Review". i League 2 Hamburger and tatertot "Hatband Harmonies" will t. ....... ~, ..,..,.,..} casserole, lettuce salad, bread be the special music provided STUMBLEBUM LEAGUE and butter, peach upside-down by Cheryl Wales, vocalist, from September 10 cake and milk. Sundance. 1KrauseLanes 3-1 Friday, Oct. 16 All women are invited to 2 Moorcroft St. Bank 3-1 Fish nuggets, bread and attend and reservations can be 3. Cat's Bait Shop 2-2 butter, broccoli, V2 banana and made by calling the following 4 Branding Iron Bar 2-2 milk. numbers by October 19: in 5 Petersen Lumber 2-2 Monday, Oct. 19 Sundance, Pat, 283-2541 or 6 McMillan and Son 2-2 Grilled cheese sandwich, Thea in Hulett at 467-5590. Reservations for the free pre- school nursery may be made when luncheon reservations are made. is Oct. 16 ORDERYOUR FLOWERS TODAY Bosses are Special People, Too... Flower & Gift Boutique Ph. 283-1760 Sundance Happy i Homecoming t STATE FARM , F,u b" , i .................................. ,.e :: Ro ynSchelldorf ! It Bs s"-iJle way to answer 4) Episcopal Parish Hall ues,ions a ou, our S.ndance famtlyinsurance protecbon And its free Call me Jill Hartman1 Sat., Oct. 24 i Ph. 283-2187 s ....... Sundance ....... ; 2 to4 p.m. Home C~h,:es Bloom,ngt~n II~,nc.s All friends and relatives are invited to attend J) the open house. 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