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SOCIETY By Bernice Williams You have news for this column or personal items to report for in this newspaper please telephone Bernice Williams, 88 before 6:00 p.m. Monday of the week of publication. Carrs Celebrate Annivers.~ry and Mrs. George Carr were at an open house at their home Sunday on their Gold- Anniversary. one hundred called between the hours and 5:00 o'clock to ex- congratulations and best on their 50th milestone. of the immediate faro- included the two Mrs. Alfred Schelldorf Howard Thornby. Mrs. Dabier of Cheyenne, anoth- was unable to be pres. and Mrs. Carr and Mrs. received the guests. wedding cake dec- With yellow flowers and en- with gold colored chrys. was served from a lace table. bouquets of flowers and friends, decorated the silver service was presided during the afternoon by Mrs. Rounds and Mrs. C. D. Rob- Mrs. W. E. Mathews cut and the cake. Marion Thompson was in of the guest book. Cart received her guests in a wine colored suit with a corsage of brown and chrysantheumus. from outside Crook coun- from out of state calling the afternoon included Charles Harcourt and Mrs. Williams of Sedalia, Cole- Mr. and Mrs. Abe Blumen- of Rapid City, Miss ALzire of Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Lew Barlow, Mr. and Allison, Mr. and Mrs. Hudson, and Mrs. India all of Gillette; Mr. and Charley Maple and Mrs. Edna all of Belle Fourche; Colonel Mrs. Clarence A. Dougherty Jess Driskill, all of Spearfish; ~ildred Majek of Los Angel- and Mrs. Walter Monnett ~eridan, and the Misses Jackie Kathryn Holscher, Shirley and Janice Roberts, all of Florence Miller of Beatrice, became the bride of Delaval Carr at a ceremony in the Episcopal Church Bhfffs, Iowa October and Mrs. Cart have made home at the ranch where now reside, near Carlile, con- since their marriage in Have "House Guests and Mrs. Abe Blumenthal City were overnight of Mr. and Mrs. AI Schell- Saturday. Mrs. Charles Harcourt daughter, Mrs. Donald of Sedalia, Colorado were guests of the Schelldorfs. Blumenthals and Mrs. Har- Williams, all attend- reception for Mrs. Schell- barents, Mr. and Mrs:' Carr, Sunday afternoon. Entertain at Dinner and Mrs. Everett Fowler hosts at a birthday dinner honoring Mrs. Robert of Belle Fourche. guests included Mr. and Steen of Belle Fourehe, and Mrs. Glenn Mathews of Kansas, Robert Howell guest of honor, Mrs. How- evening was spent playing m Ewing Is Wed Ceremony Saturday Helen Ewing of Sundance Saturday at Gillette Schmelzer of Newcastle. will make their home Worthy Grand Matron Makes Official Visit Mrs. Irene Taliaferro of Rock Springs, worthy grand matron of Wyoming Eastern Stars, made her official visit to Electa Chapter No. 5, O. E. S. on October 15. Those accompanyin~ Mrs. Tal- iaferro were Mrs. Elsie Kelly of Riverton, grand conductress, and Mrs. Joan Lamete of Sheridan, Grand Adah. Other grand officers attending the meeting were A. C. Harding of Moorcroft, grand associate patron, and Mrs. Charlotte Patterson of Gillette, grand representative. Numerous visitors from Gillette, Upton, Newcastle and Hulett also were in attendance. Breakfasts Honor Worthy Grand M.~tron of O. E. S. Mrs. Betty Shewey, worthy ma- tron of Electa Chapter No. 5, O. E. S., was hostess at a 10:00 o'clock breakfast Oct. 16 at her home, honoring Mrs. Irene Taliaferro, worthy grand matron. Those attending included M.rs. Elsie Kelly of Riverton, Mrs. Joan Lamete of Sheridan, Mrs. Gladys Cummings, Mrs. Verla Humphrey, Mrs. Loretta Durfee, Mrs. Nina Durfee, Mrs. Anna Durfee, Mrs. Elffiede Schloredt and the honor- ed guest. October 17 Mrs. Elfriede Schlor- edt entertained at a 10:00 o'clock breakfast at Ray's Care honoring Mrs. Taliaferro. Mrs. Schloredt's guests included Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. Lamete, Mrs. Lor- etta Durfee, Mrs. Nina Durfee, Mrs. Anna Durfee, Mrs. Betty Shewey and the guest of honor Mrs. Taliaferro. Newcastle Ceremony Unites Josie Frank and Gene Ewing Miss Josie Frank and Gene Ew ing were married Sunday after- noon in Newcastle. The marriage lines were read by the Justice of the Peace. The bride chose a powder blue suit, worn with black accessories for her wedding. Attendants were the bride's sis- ter, Mrs. Buster Popham of Gering, Nebraska and Paul Long of Devils Tower. After a wedding trip to Denver the couple will make their home at the "D" ranch. Sundance Bridge Club Entertained Wednesday Mrs. Jay Durfee was hostess Wednesday evening at a bridge party, honoring her sister, Mrs. Sara Rail of Rapid City, who is a house guest at the Durfee. home. A 7:30 o'clock dessert was serv- ed by the hostess before the bridge games. Prizes in play went to Mrs. M. O. Trego for high score, Mrs. John Lindsey for second high score and low prize went to Mrs. Paul Sharp. The guest list was made up of members of the Sundance Bridge Club which included Miss Marion Thompson, Mrs. John Binney, Mrs. Mamie McAnally, Mrs. A. B. Dur- gee, Mrs. C. D. Roberts, Mrs. John Lindsey, Mrs. M. O. Trego and the hostess, Mrs. Jay Durfee. Oth- er guests were Mrs. Everett Fow- ler, Mrs. Paul Sharp, Mrs. Maur- ice Williams and the honored! guest, Mrs. Sara Rail. Mrs. M. O. Trego will be hostess to the club at her home October 28. Donna Hayward Celebrates Sixth Birthday Tuesday The first grade room at school was the scene for a birthday party Tuesday afternoon given by Mrs. i Calvin Hayward in honor of her daughter Donna who was celebrat- ing her sixth birthday. The entire first grade was serv. ed refreshments by Mrs. Hayward and each guest was given a favor. Mrs. Hayward was assisted by Mrs. Martha Nelson~ the first grade teacher. i Beta Sigma Phi Sorority :Meets at Durfee Home Mrs. Jay Durfee was hostess to the Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority at her home Monday evening. Twelve members of the sorority and two guests, Mrs. Art Schell- dorf and Mrs. Carl Mayer were in attendance. After the business meeting a so- !cial evening followed, with games being played: Mrs. Willis Hughes, Mrs. Ted Rounds and Mrs. Wesley] Huckins were awarded prizes in games played. The next regular meeting of the sorority will be November 2 with Mrs. Harry Davis hostess. Edwards Entertain at Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs. Allan Edwards were hosts at a dinner party Sat- urday evening at their home. Invited guests included Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Huekins, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Scot- ty Gladstone, Mr. and Mrs. Ma- thew Minor, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Reyn-[ Roberts Entertain Weekend Guests From Casper Miss Janice Roberts accompa- nied by Miss Nancy Dolan, Miss Shirley Kobel, Miss Jackie Nott and Miss Kathryn Holscher all of Casper were weekend house guests of Miss Robert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Roberts. Pre-Nuptial Showers Honor Josie Fr.~nk Mrs. John Taylor was hostess last Tuesday afternoon at a pre- nuptial shower complimenting Miss Josie Frank. Invited guests included Mrs. Leonard Snook, Mrs. Ted Ver- sluys, Mrs. Charles Kokesh, Mrs. Jay Katches, Mrs. Robert Baldwin, Mrs. Helen Ewing, Mrs. Dorman Ewing, Miss Shirley Clark and the honored guest. After the gifts were opened, re- freshments were served by Mrs. Taylor. A social afternoon follow- ed. ] Thursday evening Mrs. Willard1 Jones was hostess at a miscellan-i eous shower honoring Miss Frank.! The guest list included Mrs. Joei olds and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cronn. i The evening was spent playing] scotch bridge, with prizes going to] Mrs. Bob Pearson and Bob Cronn[ for high scores and prizes for low score being won by Mr. and Mrs. [ Wesley Huckins. Carolyn Hewes Is Honored On 7th Birthday Carolyn Hewes' seventh birth anniversary was the occasion for a "Dress Up Tea Party" Sunday, given by Mrs. Julius Hewes at their home in Snndance. The guests arrived at the party attired in long dresses and high heels, and were greeted by their small hostess who was similarly dressed. Invited were the young ladies of the second grade and included l Janet Schloredt, Judy Jackson, i Kathleen Drus, Kathy Huckins, Pauline Mitts, Cheryl Olson and the honored guest. Mrs. Louis Smith assisted Mrs. Hewes in serving. Corinne Hewes, the elder daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hewes,, celebrated her ninth birthday at l another interesting party at their ranch home September 24. I Annabelle Llnco-'~-Weds I Lyle Hamilton Sunday Miss Annabell Lincoln, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lincoln of Upton became the bride of Lyle Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester HamiRon of Upton at a ceremony performed at the Methodist church in Upton Sun- day evening. The Reverend R. O. Rice read the marriage lines at 5:30 o'clock in the presence of about 100 guests. Mr. Lincoln gave his daughter in marriage. Her bridal gown was white slipper satin combined with lace in a floor-length model and worn with a train. She wore a finger-tip veil and carried a bou- quet of red roses. Mrs. Leon Dillon a sister of the bride was matron of honor. Merle Hamilton, a brother of the groom was best man. Mrs. Art Hagerman played the traditional wedding marches and also accompanied for vocal solos by Mrs. Vernie Gose. Her selec- tions were "Because" and " I Love You Truly." The former Miss Lincoln was employed in the Welfare Office in Sundance for several years and for the past several years has been an employee of the Bentonite Company in Upton. Mr. Hamilton is engaged in the ranching business in Weston coun- ty. After a wedding trip to the West Coast the couple will make their home at the groom's ranch near Upton. Susan Finch Has Birthday Party Mrs. Clara Finch was hostess Saturday afternoon at a birthday party, honoring her small daugh- ter Susan, who was celebrating ~er sixth birthday. Invited guests included Shirley Huckins, Suzanne Vines, Donna Hayward, Dennis Edwards, Cheryl Mayer, Esther Barnes, Linda Ed- wards, Gary Finch and the guest of honor. Frank, Mrs. Ted Glover, Mrs. Ben Vines, Mrs. Maurice Classick, Mrs. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundanee, Wyo. OcL 22, 19M~ George Richards, Mrs. Kenneth Hutchins, Mrs. Orville Harper, Mrs, Marty Osgard, Mrs. Dean~ HvtchJns, Mrs. Gaylen Sutton, Mrs. Otis Reynolds, Mrs. A. K. Hutch- ins, Mrs. Raymond Vines, Mr~ Dave Fraser, Miss Marie Oudinr. Miss Beverly Schulze, Miss Dee Fall, Crystal and Judy ttutchins, Tickie and Karrol Frank, Luciile Jones and Kathleen Drus. Appropriate games were pIa~t~ during the evening and after /he gift packages were opened, refresh- ments were served by the hostess. Birthday Party Held Tuesday, For 5-Year-Old Donnfe Sutton" A birthday party wit~ a Hallbwffi. e'en theme was held Tuesday irt, the kindergarten room for Donnie~ Sutton, who was celebrating him fifth birthday. Attending the party- were members of the kindergurtem class and Susan Cressman. Cake, ice cream and koolaid~ were served after which the child-. ren played games. Assisting Mrs. Margaret Sutton in presenting the~ party were Mrs. Verna Miller andl Mrs. Iver Pearson. DR. L. L. 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