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Gale York, Rock Springs Kermeth Berge, Lemmon, SD Walter R. Vore, ~y Leonard Stoddard, Hulett Bob Hutchinson, Aladdin Nancy Pearson, ~pearfish SD The first sheet of the 1976 St. Joseph's Children's Home Christmas seals was presented Thursday to The Chief Justice of the Wyoming Supreme Court, ~ey M. Guthrie. Making the presentation was the Most Reverend Hubert M. Newell, Bishop of Cheyenne, who cited Judge Guthrie "for his continuing sensitivity to the needs and rights of Wyoming's children, that each has an opportunity to realize the promise of life, Hberty and the pursuit of happiness." Also present at the ceremony were Judge Joseph Maier [far left], member of the Board of Trustees; Ernest Paul [fourth from left], designer of the stamp; and Reverend Carl A. Beavers, Superintendent of St. Joseph's Children's Home at Torrington. The II - year old artist for the stamps is a resident of the home and his drawing was selected from over 70 designs. The beautifully simple design shows a warmly smiling Mrs. Santa with a jar of cookies in her hands. Earnest is telling us in his picture that children thrive on love, caring and concern. Florence Oshorn Winter began here on Thanksgiving Day and has brought a variety of condi- tions to the vicinity. Snow in blizzard proportions measur- ing from one to two feet in various places with plenty of drifting made travel difficult She Visited a daughter, her sisters and many other re- latives and friends. She plans to spend Christmas south of Sundance at the home of her daughter Mrs. Rudy Dyer and family. The Misses Suzy Roy and Debra Marienthal of Chey- enne were guests o{ Mr. and Mrs. Keith R. Davidson and and kept both hiway andinfant daughter Julie Elaine county bladers very busy at of Sheridan at the Davidson times. With a sud ten rise in ranch west of here during the temperature at tunes now closing days of the hunting and then for a few hours we've had plenty of ice and ~mzardous traveling. Today Gary McCuUun is rooming at the hotel since the snow came so he does't have so far to travel to his work at the sawmill. Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Clay- comb and two children are now nicely located in their lovely new home west of town on the New Haven road and drive to and from his work as principal of our school and hers with Babcock Agency. Mrs. Wetchie Patterson season. Other guests at the ~was a patient at the Dead- same place during the hunt- wood Hospital several days. ing season were the men's Mrs. Mary Lou McRann is RENEWALS Gary Snyder, Sioux City, Iowa Arthur Wendt, Beulah William T. Dirks, Jr., Alva Mrs. Fay F. Smith, Sand- stone, Minn. Mina Seig, Pheenix, Ariz. Dick Dunham, KalispeU, Mont. Pete Hovland, Simla, Colo. Melvin Fowlkes, Troy, Mont. Chris Helmer, Belle Fourche SD Andrew Clark, Sundance Mary I~u McRann, Hulett Merle Johnson, Hulett Albert Turnquist, Oshoto Maggie 2k~rnquist, Gillette William Sipe, Belle Fourche, SD Richard Blackburn, Hanford, CA Elmer Roth, Aladdin Mrs. Penny Altaffer, Evans- ville Sam Bears, Moorcroft Margaret Cheshier, Hulett Leon Reinecke, Billings, Mont. L. W. Cannody, Logansport, Ind. Apache Motel, Sundance Edna M. Binny, Sundance B. E. Trotter, ~Sundance Sam Stinson, Oshoto Clyde Hughes, Moorcroft Jack R. Brooker, Belle Fourche, SD Anton Kotek, Aladdin Ben B. Mahoney, Hulett , Mrs. A. C. Waters, Moor- croft D.B. Ruland, Alva Russel Warren, Chula Vista, CA Larry Genvig, La Mesa, CA William Sell, Sundance Loc Au h' y Holds Christmas Party ~rhe regular meeting and Christmas party for members of Devils's Tower VFW Aux- iliary 4311 was held Sunday is" quite warm and we see a friends, Dale of Sundance the new town clerk taking the at the home of Norma Bernd and Grieg Schroeder of place of Mrs. Elvin Haubez with nine members attend- little water in places on the Wheatland. who resigned after serving Julius J. Hauber was Mr. and Mrs. John Moorisfor a long time. ~P P,~ rushed to his doctor at and two small sons of Oregon Mrs. John Callquist has ov OOe ooer 'se'I,s week and immediately hos- have moved here to be Bush residence recently va- pitalized where he under- nearer his work at Neimans cated by the Claycomb~ I~?or went surgery on the 10th. sawmill, family. ~ I~ Word came today that heMrs. Gertie Atkinson has passed away early this A.M. returned from a two weeksSet'~g the q and that services and inter- visit at the home of her son ment will be at Spearfish Albert and family at B~ , -Time Friday but further particulars Mont. S are not definite at this time Mr. and Mrs. Frank but will be on the air over the Fowlkes spent Thanksgiving NEW Belle Fourche station. All at Worden, Mont. at the BinkBaker, Sundance extend their sympathy to his home of their daughter, Mrs. Dale Bee, Moorcroft widow, daughters, brothers, Frank M. Fowlkes, Jr. hus- Doyle Hayworth, Carlile sisters and all other rela- band and children. Cindy Shultz, Newcastle tives. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~, Bob Siv4gleton suffered se- vere cuts and bruises Sat- ~ ~ ~ # ." ~ ~ * urday P.M. while unloading '" coal at his home west of town where he slipped on ice failing several feet. He was taken by ambulance for medical care. The County Commission- ers and their wives enter- tained all of the road em- ployees and wives, to a fine evening dinner at Mateo Village Saturday. A large crowd attended and enjoyed the feast and visiting. All Sr. Citizens of this area were invited to a pre r Christmas dinner held in the dining hall of The Hulett Community Baptist Chruch on Saturday Dec. llth. About 40 attended and en, joyed a delicious meal followed . by singing other seasonal entertain- ment. Mrs. ~ Cheshier has returned from a trip of tln'ee months that took her to California, Colorado, Mis- souri, Nebraska and Indiana. Wind-O-Cove -the tough, all-seasons WINDOW WELL COVER that insulates while it protects! This Winter, Keep Snow Out, Heat In! S-Yr. Full Warranty EACH $11,00 Small Homes Company Ph. 283-1854 or 283-3378 Sundance, Wyoming rl DECEMBER 16, 1976 THE SUNDANCE TIMES ing. research with $17 President Gall O'Haver this project. announced that the chapter A gift exchange was has 100 per cent paid up and ~efreshments of membership for 1977. Birth- and candies brought by day packages consisting of member were served combs, tooth brushes, writ- with coffee and tea ing paper, pens, etc. are to by the hostess. be made up and sent to the goodies were taken to Sheridan VA Hospital and Senior Citizens Center. the Buffalo Old Soldiers and Place of the next Sailors Home for three men will announced at a from each place not receiving date. gifts on their birthdays. Thank you notes were re- ceived from the Sheridan VA Coincidence Hospital for items sent by the Former Presidents auxiliary, from District 2 Adams and Thomas President Donna Jolovich, son, whobeth played a and from the family of Edith role in shaping the "Thompson. Declaration, also both Harold Bernd served as auctioneer for a white ele- phant blind auction to raise money for cancer aid and on the same day years a.g~ The date of their deathS. July 4, 1826. Music of and enega es 6to 10p.m. ]1 W' %. ~::! ~. :. H rawln Drawings Held at 3 P.M. Dec. 18-23 Prize drawings will be held downtown, you must be present in order to win. Grand Prize To Be , I Given Dec. 23 A i- O #1:) r REGISTER AT THESE PARTICIPATING FIRMS: , _Azo Care, Boyd's Super Market, Bill's Standard Service, D/me Horseshoe Durfee's, Dillon "Ace" Hardware, Edsel's Auto Care, Elk Horn Care, Electric, Floral Arcade, Jack and Jill Shop, Longhorn Bar, Model Grocery, !Realty, Petersen Lumber & Grain Co., Powder Puff Salon, Security Trust & Title Co., Sharps' Hardware, Sundance ElectriC, Sundance State Bank, The Sundance Tin , ,The 3-C's, Tracy Motor CO., Tri-County Electric Assn.~, Turf Bar, Wyoming Bureau Insurance [Ruth Frelander, RC Oil Co., Log CabinCafe, B&MAsseciates, i Hillside Pharmacy. Santa Claus W'fll.Be Downtown from 2:30-3:30 P.M. Dec. 18