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jiii:ii i00!i: I e United Methodist Church in Sundance was the scene Nov. the wedding of Elizabeth Helen Durfee and Michael Craig both of Sundance. is the daughter of Betty J. Durfee, Sundance, and the is the son of Joyce Taylor Hansen, Arizona, and Randy New York. 7 p.m. double-ring ceremony was performed by the ReD. Karnes with the church decorated with red and black with greenery and bows on the pews. Lynn Lanning, accompanied on the piano by Connie sang "Wind Beneath My Wings" and "In Your Eyes." in marriage by her brother Danny Hopson, Casper, the a gown of satin with handbeaded Sehiffli embroidery neckline, a Basque waistline beaded with sequins and gathered pour sleeves accented with sequins and . The semi-cathedral train was also of satin with handbeaded bouquet of 26 red roses with greenery and red and ribbon. Sundance, vas maid of honor and bridesmaids Durfee and Dolly Schloredt, Sundance, and Tammy Greeley, Colo., all sisters of the bride. They wore red satin with black satin gloves, shoos and bows in their hair. Lindsey Schloredt, Sundance, a niece of the bride, dress with bustled train in the back. Flowers were red rose. of the bride wore an off-white two-piece tea-length With a red rose corsage. The groom&apos;s mother wore a black tea-length dress with a corsage of red roses. groom's brother, Greg Taylor, Arizona, was best man. Rocky Hopson Cheyenne, a brother of the bride; and Porter, Sundance. Groomsmen were Todd McLaughlin, Walker and Kevin Taylor. Shad Schioredt, Sundance, of the bride, was ringbearer. the wedding, a reception and dance for 150 persons at the Are Restaurant. The three-tiered white wedding and real red roses was cut by Stacie Harbaugh Maynard. Angle Butts and Julie Aitaffer were in of the guestbook and Tally Hughes presided at the gift were out-of-town guests from Hawaii, Ohio, Arizona, Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Gillette and Spearfish. wedding trip was to Fountain Hills, Ariz. activities included a bridal shower given by Tally and Trudy Durfee. to the Deane H. Memorial, which were to the Crook County Fund, were in- last week. to the Dearie Memorial, listed last Were Merlyn and Jo Bryan, Marian Gilmer, Carolyn Peterson, Dave and Jane Nor- man, Jack and Clarice Pridgeon and Raymond and Daisy Dennis. TIMES WANT ADS DO GET RESULTS MARCH 29, 1990 Anti-litter slogan contvst deadline near March 31 is rapidly approach- ing, and that's the deadline for entries in the Wyoming High- way Department's anti-litter slogan contest. All Wyoming residents are eligible to enter the contest by ,,ending their suggestions to the Highway A $500 prize is offered by the Department for the entry judged by a select committee to be the best. The winning slogan will be used on signs, bumper stickers, litter bags, billboards and other promotional items to help persuade motorists to keep Wyoming residents may enter the slogan contest as many times as they wish, using the official entry form or reason- able facsimile (only one slogan per entry blank, please}. Entry forms are available at chambers of commerce and Highway De- Department in Cheyenne. the state's roadways clean. partment offices Official entry form WHD Anti-Litter Slegu Contest MY SLOGAN ENTRY IS: Address City WY Mail entry to: Slogan Contest Wyoming Highway Deimmnt Box 1708 Cheyenne, WY 82002-9019 Zip or fax entry form to 777-4163 Entry deadilae: Mm'ch 31, IqlQ (postmark) around the state. Entries must be post- marked on or before March 31. Adopt-A-Highway groups will all work the same day for a statewide Spring Clean Fling on Saturday, April 28, or alter- natively May 5, if the weather so dictates. Contest rules Contest open to Wyoming residents. No limit to the number of entries, but only one slogan per entry. Must use official entry form or reasonable facsimile. In event of a tie, wi entry will be determined by earile postmark. All entries will become property of the Wyoming Highway Delm'tment. Winner must ngre to tare of amuc and photograph for promotiomd . Entries must be posmmrkod on or before March 31, 195Q. Mark Macy is recipient of outstanding honor Delta Theta Phi law fraternity at the University of Wyoming _J has announced that Mark E. on his scholastic and academic The UW chapter of the frater- Macy, Sundance, has been achievement, service to the law nity, named the Hathaway selected as the fraternity's school, legal community and Senate in honor of former "Most Outstanding Student of fraternity, governor Stan Hathaway, was the Fraternity in the Nation" Macy has been a fraternity recognized as the best in the award, member since 1987 and was the nation during the past year. Macy's selection was based chapter's president in 1988-89. THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 3 Times Classified Ads Save Time, Money, Effort FRATERNAL LIFE INSURANCE OM NI-PLU S UN IVERSAL LI FE and ANNUITIES and IRA's ltlghly Competitive Interest Rntes Let Us llelp You Plan l"or: * SAVINGS AND I)I{OTF:CTION * ItETIItEMENT * MORTGAGE PROTECTION Elizabeth Gaines Local Representative S.R. 2, Box 53 Sundance, Wyo. 82729 Ph. 307-756-3201 Roy,! Neighbors of Ameria 230.16th St., Rock Island, !11. 61201-8645 I.ife I.urnce and FrHler nn|ihm Since I Business B- Professional Directory Fencing: Wood, i Auto Parts i Steel or Repair  7c/uydMoStUiS' Salvage, Meeha"icai)i Broker-Owner Barbed Wire and  I Body Wqrk i eB J /t, LAWN CARE * TREE SPRAYING  r]L  i Spearfish, S.D. | 24 Hr, Wrecker Service ! Res: 30,-,s3-2828 Dependable Service  ILiN t Open All Day Saturday : i Sales-ssocfates I Gene Snell, Owner i Bill Haptonstall 283-2828 Since 1980  } PHONE l . . i Fred R. Aer 1-89-2125 Sundance, Wyoming , or 605-892-19 [307] 283-2681 I 605.642.2766 , 307 283 1941 LINEUP YOUR : MODERN i i"- 1.:"' DennisEdrds :.- SPRINGWORK 'Newcastle ** :..,..., Boutique I t "X .....  " ! Landscaping |Electric, I : CLEANERS ; . A,,* '._ .... * Spring ; For Your Trenching l i SUNDANCE PICKUP t w:tI, . Development t Services t ] STATION IS _ i B..I!  1 BO0i REP'/[R __. MAC'S } SCOTT  i ARROWHEAD MOTEL , SERVlCI East Highway l4 Box821 CONSTRUCTION  TSCHETTER  it 25% OFF on AllSweaters .  Deliveries I . "Ph. 307-283-2033 283-3401 Sundance  307-283-2340  i March 15-31 I r. to Sundance, / t.oooooooo.ooooo m00-000000Oorcro00iVp00. I :::::::::::::::::::::::::NEWLIN " .fOOOOOO'OOOOOOlm   11 FREEDOM HILLS PARK i ' Crook County Family Viole cen i IJ It P.O. Boxos i  L GILLETTE. WOM,. sT17.,oss * u  ,, ......... __-and. Apartments " i mvn II i i Sexual Assault Services" " Mini Storage i Maintenance By Prevention i  FREctim.s of physical or_ B , ,  emoti in your home: or sexual H EA/NLGEI t I RsTCOND/TIO NpI NGM 13R E FGER RATI 0 N assault, rape, marital rape, date rape. Call i PNEUMATIC AND ELECTRIC CONTROLS i  f the IOOF building], 283-2812 i REPAIR AN;:) PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SERVICES i I1 Sundanee. - _ _ _ -- t t 307-283-2620 307-283-1225 ...... DKES By Ace Reid i Stlndance----- ----- ( Center * Full Service Mechanic * Auto Body Repair ! * Front End Work .......... : ,"-'-- -----...__ "'- ':: ................. / | E. Highway 14 ": ' '/,- ,',' ..... = :::,. ......... , :-,:! ..:: -:.:.':::::;' | 283-2626 283-2316 Iym-- . _- -- _- ......... -. ................ , A  -I--C, / /-- I , "Jake if you can't catch 'im, write 'im a letter that your comin'!" JACKSON, D'. D.S. Practice of If You don't have time to come into FAMILY Idance State Bank JUST BANK-BY- DENTISTRY I L! We're as close as your nearest mail- 612 Sixth Ave., and it is a safe and easy way to handle BelleFourehe, S.D. all your banking transactions. (Behind Cliff Thomas Drug) Phone 892-6347 Open Mon.-Fri. i" Che;k With il "'"<' <"'"'" ] HARTL II Sundance ] ELECfTRIC II J * Residential Wiring II * Commercial Wiring |11 State Bank " * Industrial Wiring | _!O!1 Furnace & Electric|| %Vater Iteater Main-|| lrest;/e Harti II Ph. 283-1074 [ Ph. 283-2234 II jiii:ii i00!i: I e United Methodist Church in Sundance was the scene Nov. the wedding of Elizabeth Helen Durfee and Michael Craig both of Sundance. is the daughter of Betty J. Durfee, Sundance, and the is the son of Joyce Taylor Hansen, Arizona, and Randy New York. 7 p.m. double-ring ceremony was performed by the ReD. Karnes with the church decorated with red and black with greenery and bows on the pews. Lynn Lanning, accompanied on the piano by Connie sang "Wind Beneath My Wings" and "In Your Eyes." in marriage by her brother Danny Hopson, Casper, the a gown of satin with handbeaded Sehiffli embroidery neckline, a Basque waistline beaded with sequins and gathered pour sleeves accented with sequins and . The semi-cathedral train was also of satin with handbeaded bouquet of 26 red roses with greenery and red and ribbon. Sundance, vas maid of honor and bridesmaids Durfee and Dolly Schloredt, Sundance, and Tammy Greeley, Colo., all sisters of the bride. They wore red satin with black satin gloves, shoos and bows in their hair. Lindsey Schloredt, Sundance, a niece of the bride, dress with bustled train in the back. Flowers were red rose. of the bride wore an off-white two-piece tea-length With a red rose corsage. The groom's mother wore a black tea-length dress with a corsage of red roses. groom's brother, Greg Taylor, Arizona, was best man. Rocky Hopson Cheyenne, a brother of the bride; and Porter, Sundance. Groomsmen were Todd McLaughlin, Walker and Kevin Taylor. Shad Schioredt, Sundance, of the bride, was ringbearer. the wedding, a reception and dance for 150 persons at the Are Restaurant. The three-tiered white wedding and real red roses was cut by Stacie Harbaugh Maynard. Angle Butts and Julie Aitaffer were in of the guestbook and Tally Hughes presided at the gift were out-of-town guests from Hawaii, Ohio, Arizona, Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Gillette and Spearfish. wedding trip was to Fountain Hills, Ariz. activities included a bridal shower given by Tally and Trudy Durfee. to the Deane H. Memorial, which were to the Crook County Fund, were in- last week. to the Dearie Memorial, listed last Were Merlyn and Jo Bryan, Marian Gilmer, Carolyn Peterson, Dave and Jane Nor- man, Jack and Clarice Pridgeon and Raymond and Daisy Dennis. TIMES WANT ADS DO GET RESULTS MARCH 29, 1990 Anti-litter slogan contvst deadline near March 31 is rapidly approach- ing, and that's the deadline for entries in the Wyoming High- way Department's anti-litter slogan contest. All Wyoming residents are eligible to enter the contest by ,,ending their suggestions to the Highway A $500 prize is offered by the Department for the entry judged by a select committee to be the best. The winning slogan will be used on signs, bumper stickers, litter bags, billboards and other promotional items to help persuade motorists to keep Wyoming residents may enter the slogan contest as many times as they wish, using the official entry form or reason- able facsimile (only one slogan per entry blank, please}. Entry forms are available at chambers of commerce and Highway De- Department in Cheyenne. the state's roadways clean. partment offices Official entry form WHD Anti-Litter Slegu Contest MY SLOGAN ENTRY IS: Address City WY Mail entry to: Slogan Contest Wyoming Highway Deimmnt Box 1708 Cheyenne, WY 82002-9019 Zip or fax entry form to 777-4163 Entry deadilae: Mm'ch 31, IqlQ (postmark) around the state. Entries must be post- marked on or before March 31. Adopt-A-Highway groups will all work the same day for a statewide Spring Clean Fling on Saturday, April 28, or alter- natively May 5, if the weather so dictates. Contest rules Contest open to Wyoming residents. No limit to the number of entries, but only one slogan per entry. Must use official entry form or reasonable facsimile. In event of a tie, wi entry will be determined by earile postmark. All entries will become property of the Wyoming Highway Delm'tment. Winner must ngre to tare of amuc and photograph for promotiomd . Entries must be posmmrkod on or before March 31, 195Q. Mark Macy is recipient of outstanding honor Delta Theta Phi law fraternity at the University of Wyoming _J has announced that Mark E. on his scholastic and academic The UW chapter of the frater- Macy, Sundance, has been achievement, service to the law nity, named the Hathaway selected as the fraternity's school, legal community and Senate in honor of former "Most Outstanding Student of fraternity, governor Stan Hathaway, was the Fraternity in the Nation" Macy has been a fraternity recognized as the best in the award, member since 1987 and was the nation during the past year. Macy's selection was based chapter's president in 1988-89. THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 3 Times Classified Ads Save Time, Money, Effort FRATERNAL LIFE INSURANCE OM NI-PLU S UN IVERSAL LI FE and ANNUITIES and IRA's ltlghly Competitive Interest Rntes Let Us llelp You Plan l"or: * SAVINGS AND I)I{OTF:CTION * ItETIItEMENT * MORTGAGE PROTECTION Elizabeth Gaines Local Representative S.R. 2, Box 53 Sundance, Wyo. 82729 Ph. 307-756-3201 Roy,! Neighbors of Ameria 230.16th St., Rock Island, !11. 61201-8645 I.ife I.urnce and FrHler nn|ihm Since I Business B- Professional Directory Fencing: Wood, i Auto Parts i Steel or Repair  7c/uydMoStUiS' Salvage, Meeha"icai)i Broker-Owner Barbed Wire and  I Body Wqrk i eB J /t, LAWN CARE * TREE SPRAYING  r]L  i Spearfish, S.D. | 24 Hr, Wrecker Service ! Res: 30,-,s3-2828 Dependable Service  ILiN t Open All Day Saturday : i Sales-ssocfates I Gene Snell, Owner i Bill Haptonstall 283-2828 Since 1980  } PHONE l . . i Fred R. Aer 1-89-2125 Sundance, Wyoming , or 605-892-19 [307] 283-2681 I 605.642.2766 , 307 283 1941 LINEUP YOUR : MODERN i i"- 1.:"' DennisEdrds :.- SPRINGWORK 'Newcastle ** :..,..., Boutique I t "X .....  " ! Landscaping |Electric, I : CLEANERS ; . A,,* '._ .... * Spring ; For Your Trenching l i SUNDANCE PICKUP t w:tI, . Development t Services t ] STATION IS _ i B..I!  1 BO0i REP'/[R __. MAC'S } SCOTT  i ARROWHEAD MOTEL , SERVlCI East Highway l4 Box821 CONSTRUCTION  TSCHETTER  it 25% OFF on AllSweaters .  Deliveries I . "Ph. 307-283-2033 283-3401 Sundance  307-283-2340  i March 15-31 I r. to Sundance, / t.oooooooo.ooooo m00-000000Oorcro00iVp00. I :::::::::::::::::::::::::NEWLIN " .fOOOOOO'OOOOOOlm   11 FREEDOM HILLS PARK i ' Crook County Family Viole cen i IJ It P.O. Boxos i  L GILLETTE. WOM,. sT17.,oss * u  ,, ......... __-and. Apartments " i mvn II i i Sexual Assault Services" " Mini Storage i Maintenance By Prevention i  FREctim.s of physical or_ B , ,  emoti in your home: or sexual H EA/NLGEI t I RsTCOND/TIO NpI NGM 13R E FGER RATI 0 N assault, rape, marital rape, date rape. Call i PNEUMATIC AND ELECTRIC CONTROLS i  f the IOOF building], 283-2812 i REPAIR AN;:) PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SERVICES i I1 Sundanee. - _ _ _ -- t t 307-283-2620 307-283-1225 ...... DKES By Ace Reid i Stlndance----- ----- ( Center * Full Service Mechanic * Auto Body Repair ! * Front End Work .......... : ,"-'-- -----...__ "'- ':: ................. / | E. Highway 14 ": ' '/,- ,',' ..... = :::,. ......... , :-,:! ..:: -:.:.':::::;' | 283-2626 283-2316 Iym-- . _- -- _- ......... -. ................ , A  -I--C, / /-- I , "Jake if you can't catch 'im, write 'im a letter that your comin'!" JACKSON, D'. D.S. Practice of If You don't have time to come into FAMILY Idance State Bank JUST BANK-BY- DENTISTRY I L! We're as close as your nearest mail- 612 Sixth Ave., and it is a safe and easy way to handle BelleFourehe, S.D. all your banking transactions. (Behind Cliff Thomas Drug) Phone 892-6347 Open Mon.-Fri. i" Che;k With il "'"<' <"'"'" ] HARTL II Sundance ] ELECfTRIC II J * Residential Wiring II * Commercial Wiring |11 State Bank " * Industrial Wiring | _!O!1 Furnace & Electric|| %Vater Iteater Main-|| lrest;/e Harti II Ph. 283-1074 [ Ph. 283-2234 II