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Terry Toner is Bride Of Rocky A. Hopson (Miss Terry Laura Toner, daughter of (Mr. and 4Mrs. C. J. Toner, S&erid,an, 6ecame the bride of Rocky Allen Hopson, son o~f "Mr. ,and ~M,rs. R. H. Dur- fee, Sundance, in a formal wed- ding at 2 p.m., .Oct. 11, in the lioly Name Catholic Church in Sheridan. ~ather Thomas Sheridan ~fficiated at the double ring ceremony. ,l~askets of ~pink gladioli and carnations and white, satin pew markers decorated the church. Mrs. (M'artin Camino, ~uf,falo played ~he wedding music. The bride, escorted by her father, ~i~re an A-line wedding gown of rose-poin~ 'lace over a fitted satin gown, made with long, tapered sleeves and a full chapel length ~train. Her should- er length veil af illusion was held by a flower-shaped headpiece trimmed in pearls and she ear- ric~ a Lbo,uquet ff white roses centered ~with a iwhite orchid. ~Iiss Bonnie Nussb~um was the maid of .ho,nor, wearing a street- length dress of pink ,crepe with bodice and long sleeves of lace. She wore a headpiece of ,pink roses and she ,carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Bridesmaids Misses Connie Carr, Sundance, and Mary Ann Toner, sister or' the 'bride, were dressed .like the maid of honor, l~lower girls were Trudy Durfee, Sundance, sister of the groom, and Chris- tine Money, ,Bui~falo, cousin of ~he bride. David Hopson, Sundance, serv- ed his bro.ther as best man and John iMoline, Aladdin, and Gary Snider, Sundance, were grooms- men. Ushers ,were Rande Money, Buffalo, and I~anny Hopson, bro- ther o,f the groom. dVlothers of Iboth ~:he bride and groom wore blue knit sttits and corsages of ~hite carnations. A reception bt~ffet lunch was ~eld at the Golden Steer in Sheridan with a three-tiered wed- ding cake decorated ,wi,th pink roses and bogped with a wedding bell and baskets of pink gladioli and carnations decorating the t~ble. Assisting were Mrs. Leona ~oney, B~falo; Mrs. Thomas Nicholas, ~rs. Perry Clark, and (Misses Peggy Durfee and Arna Duea, Sundanee. As .t~he couple left on a wed- ding trip to Casper and Laramie, the bride ,wore a beige knit suit with brown accessories and the orchid from her bridal bouquet. The caufFle is residing at Oak Harbor, Wash. The bride is a 19,68 graduate of Laramie Senior liigh and at- tended the University of Wyo- ming. The bridegroom graduat- ed from Sundance High School in 1985, attended the University of Wyoming and is presently serving in the U. S. Navy. Retirement Party Honors Bill Glasby-George Beagle Longtime ,State Highway De- partment em.ph>yees at Sundance, ,Bill G~asby and George Beagle were honored a,t a retirement party Iheld in JBeu.la,h, Friday ni,ght ,with 62 .higl~way dep.arC- meat employees and their wives attending ,from District No. 4 ,which ~omprises Sheridan, John- so.n, Campbell, Weston and Crook counties: Gifts vcere presented to the men by ~heir fellow employees and the evening spen,t dining and dan,cin g. Glasby began work with the maintenance crew at Sundance in November 1938 when .he was ~transferred here from Newcas- tle. From Dec. 2~, 1943 until .Sept. 9, 19~5 ~he ,worked with the department in ,Saratoga be- fore returning o Sundance ~o work .as a maintainer until Sept. 1947 ~hen !he was named fore- man .of :the maintenance depart- meat, a position ihe ,held until his retirement. Glasby said he has seen many ch'anges in ~high~v.ay maintenance work over the years -mainly in ~vo,rk that used ,to be .done with a scoop :shovel ,that is now be- ing ,accomplished with machines. lie said ,he ,has always liked his work and has retired because of his age, not by choice. Glasby said :he hasn't any immediate plans ~,or the future. He and his wife Gladys wiU remain at home in Sundance for the time being. Also retiring against his wish- es bevause of his age, Beagle plans $o ,work around home this ,winter ~then continue working part time with the highway de. parCment next spring ~hrough fall. ~le started working with the mai,ntenane crow a~t Sundanee in 1942 .after moving :here from Carlile. He ~orked the past sev- eral years with the engineering ~re~v. He 'and ~his wife Margaret al,so operate a trailer court in Sundance, and iMrs. ,Beagle is presently Head of Nurses at Crook County ~Memorial Hospital at Sundance. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundence, Wyo. Oct. 30, 1969 Demonstration Highlights Xi There Meeting A demonstration on the con- s'tru,ction of Thanksgiving and Christmas decorations was given by a guest Mrs. Andy Policky, ,at t'he re,gul.ar meeting of Xi Theta Chapter of ]]eta Sigma Phi Sorority held ~onday evening in ~the home of Mrs. Warren Ferrell. Mrs. Policky displayed several items which she ,had ,created and told h,o~v to construct ,them in- .cludirtg a wreath of nylon net, an ,angel for ,a tree .and one for 4he table, also satin covered balls and balls decora,ted with old jewelry, braid, etc. A Christ- mas .card tree fashioned from a s.tyrofoam cone, oards and var- i,o.us .trims ,was displayed and the constru,ction of pinecone turkeys explained by the ~uest speaker. During the business session, the chapter agreed to act as a sponsor 'for ,t'he Sundance Girl Sco u~t Troop, and heard a report on fhe ,walking blood bank by IMrs. Don Lee. A request ~or a leave of ahsen*ce was made by "Mrs. John Windsor. Chapter president }Mrs. Tom Seeley wel,come.d guests of the meeting and announced that the pledge ceremony w~ll ,be held during the next chapter meeting Nov. 10. Town and Country Bridge Ch~ Notes Three tab,les o,f cards ,were in Judy Jenkins - Joe French maids were Lea French, AlvO, Exc,h,an,~ W~d:in,g Vows and Ann Jenkins, Oshoto. Co~" ple.ting the bridal party were Iiss Judy E*laine Jenkins,flo~ver girl Twila. ,McWeenY b Oshoto, and Joe Russell French, Rapid City, and Bible and ring Al, va, exchanged wedding vowsbearer Kevin French, Laramie.. 2 ,p.m., Tuesday, O,cL 14 in aNed French, iLaramie, serV~ double ring ceremony perform- his brother as ,best man wi ed in the Sundance Methodist Walt Marchant, ~Bel,le Fourche, were ~Mrs. WI. O. Trego and Mrs. l-Iarold ~ernd. A dessert was served by the hostess preceding the card games in honor of (Mrs. C. D. l~obert,s who has left to spend the winter ,months ,at the R'oberts' home in Arizona. (Mrs. Trego was high scorer for the aRernoon, Mrs. Roger Thom- as, second high, and (Mrs. Otis iReynolds, low. (Mrs. Reynolds was to host the next club meeting at her home Wednesday.. Local Women Attend Jobs Daughters Event In Casper LNe;wly-elected .St~preme offic- ers from Wyoming o~ .the Inter- national Order ,of Jobs Daughters ~were honored .at a reception and .dinner held in Casper, Saturday. Those attending the event from Sundance were (Mrs. Lee Schlor- edt, Grand Guide, and ,Mrs. Allen Edwards, Grand 5 ~Messen.ger o,f ins, Oshoto, and ,Mr. and ,Mrs. A reception was held foil:owing the ceremony in the ,church P~.P Russell French, 0elri,chs, S.D. lo~v wi,th ,M~s. lielen Wen--~ 'Blue and ,white ,candles, and ibaskets and altar bouquets of aunt o,f the grc~om, ,cutting a white gladi.(~li and blue came-servingthe wedding,cake ~hi{* tions decorated .the church, she h, ad, ,baked and de,c:oratea; Organist ,Mrs. Richard Hopper (Mrs. ,Barbara IMcWeeny, sister 0 ,played weddin.g mu~sic and ac- the bride, and IMrs. George ToY: e(~m,panied iMargie Ousenamer lor, aunt of the bride, pourea who sang "The ,Lord's iPrayer" the punch. The gifts were di~ and "Walk ,Hand In Hand." played by tMrs. Walter WI.arch$~ ,Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a .floor length, l!~mpire gown which she had ~as'hioned of bridal satin. Wide bands 'of lace trimmed the ~front o,f the .g~wn and .the edge of the train t~hat ,was attached at the waist. A flower-shaped head- piece wi,th tear drops h61d her elbow-length veil. ,She carried a cascade bouquet of blue and ,white carnations with miniature ~whi~te roses. (Maid of ~onor ,was Miss Sandy Gemar, Ledger, ~Mont. ,Brides- and ~Mrs. F~ank Svalina. :l~ollowing a wedding trip bhe Black lii,lls, the reouple~1 residing at A,lva where the groom is engaged in ranching. The ,bride is 'a sophomore ~Urs" ing student. The groom is graduate .of the University WyomJ,ng wi~'h a degree in ~usl" ness Agriculture. Special guests of the weddi~ .were the couple's g rand?are~~ Mr. and ;Mrs. M. D. Jenkins, B~" ~alo; ~rs. Kate Wenzel, Pc'well; and Mrs. Delia French, Alva. Reports Heard At Tiny ,Bush, community leader, ~ Wyomin,g Job.s O,aughters. Su,ndance R~,kah Meet Joi~ning the club ,were three n~" Honored during a reception Reports on the recent meetingme,m bors - Wayne Cundy, janqe held ~from 2 p.m. to .5 p.m. in the of ,Rebek'ah Distri,ct No. 8 and Wood and ,Bradley Clark. "~tv Casper Shrine Clu,b ,were ,liow- 1969 Girls State ,were heard at During the meetina dis,trw ard Downer, ,formerly of Casper the meeting of Wi Wacip,pi Paha ti,on of 1960 record ,~)o.oks, pi.~ and noev ,of Tennessee, Associate Rebekah Lodge held Thursday and certifi.cates was made D~ St~preme ,Guardian; ~rs. ,Mike everdng in the 1.0.0.F. hall.Jeanine Clark. (Melonuk, ,M6orcro,ft, Supreme ,Director usic; and Miss Dian- ne Tuma, Casper, :Supreme Hon- ored Queen. AIs,o present for the affair ,was ,the Supreme ,Du,ardian, (Mrs. Ina tSrith of N. Vancou, ver, ~. C. ,Approximately 60 we,re pre- ,sent ,for ,a dinner iheld in the Ramada Inn ~ha~ evening for the disti,nguished guests, Grand Of- ,fleers, and ~Past Grand Offices of Wyoming. ,Miniature Canadian and U. S. :flags decorated the ta.bles in honor of Mrs. Erith and Xi Mu Chapter Hosts Hobo Psrty Iallo~een decorations were featured at a carry4n dinner and ;hobo party .hosted ,by members of Xi tY~u Cha~er of ~eta Sigma Phi ,Sorority in file Bpiscopal I~a,rish IhaH (M~nday evening for their husbands and rushees and their husbar~ds. Hosteas for the eveRir~g :was ~Irs. Julius Hewes. ~Prizes .for the best woman's ,~n.d :man's hobo ,costumes went to ~r.s. ~Ben Jensen 'and Kenneth Canfield. The remainder of ~he evening was spent playing ap- ,propri'ate games and visiting. November 10 is the date of the next chapter ,session which will ,be a ritual meeting at the home of Mrs. ~Morris Connally. ,Mrs. ,Fred.a Peterson and Mrs. ~l~ollowing the ,meeting, a t~] Witbttr Dill, avou reported on the pull was held. "'I District Rebek.ah meeting heldNext meeting o~ the clu~b ~ Oct. 11 in Gillette. *be ~hel.d Jan. 3 a the Dean B~:, Reporting on her activities and home with a sleigh-riding par~' experiences a~t ,Girls State held in Laramie ,last June was Claud- ette Kanode who ~vas sponsored by the ,local Rebek,ah Lodge and Xi Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. The group agreed t,o donate $5 to the Wyoming TB & Health Assn. The election ,o,f 1970 officers will be held ~ ~the next lodge meeting Nov. 13. Range Riders 4.H Club Reor~niz~ for Year A reo'~gan~ation meeting of ~he Rartge ~iders 4-H Chub was B & T Club Meets In Popham Home 1Mrs. G. W. Po~pham was ~host" ess ,f, or the ,meeting af t~e B ~ bridge club held O~ct. 22. in h.e.~ home with two tables of cards ~* play. Guest players ,were ~e~' dames Bob ,Be,audoin, wart@ Ferrell and ,Pattl Sharp. Ted 6ik High scorer .was ~rs. bert; second .high, Mrs. sharP; and low, ,Mrs. Patterson Keller" (Mrs. J'ohn Windsor will ~o# the next elu,b meeting Nov. 15. ,held Oct. '26 at he Art Hattber Hulett Rebeka.h Lodge h.ome. Eleven members attend-Holds Regular Meeting . ,, ~. IR(~gul.ar meetingo,f Hule.t~nct. ed the ~fin.al meeting of the 1960 beka~h Lodge No. 34 ,was .hela ~ ~ear. Rhonda 'Bttsh ~led the ,club in 24. I~ was Hobo ,Night ~ ~il' ,the pledge of allegiance andrather ragged set of offi.cer, " Wanda Clack led the 4-H pledge. New Of.ficers elected were: Jeanine Clark, president; Wanda Clark, 'vice president; Linda Nell liauber, secretary; Lee Hauber, ,tre,asurer; Susie Baker, song leade~'; Rho,nd,a ~ush, historian; Charlo~:te Wood, recreation lead- er; Dale Wood, reporter; and ,led the chairs. ,A report was .given on the ~:g . ~t ent district meeting in Glll~ by those members who atte~de~' ' , I~ Initiation will ~be held b'Y,,,hO lOdrge ,Nov. 14. {Members ".'~f have ,forma~ls are asked to ~.v[~ them. Atl members ,are urgea attend. play at the meeing of the Town Church ,with I~lder Merlin and ~R,on Jenkins, Oshoto, groo~." and COuntry bridge club 'held O~Haver o~ficiating. .men, and Wayne Conklin, Bt~" Oct. 22 at the ranch home of ,Paren'ts ,o~ bhe ,cou~ple are Mr. ~al,o, and Terry Wenzel, St u~giS, IMrs. R. I. Port. Guest players and (Mrs. Marshall F.orrest Jenk- ushers.