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PAGE 12 THE SUNDANCE TIMES MAY 8, 1980 whose wedding anniversary was May 2, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin whose wedding anniversary was May 3 and Mr." and Mrs. Bud Willson whose wedding anniver- sary was May 4 all dined at the Matee Village Supper Club Sat- urday evening in observance of these anniversaries. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin visited Mr. and Mrs. Reno Lytle Sat- urday evening and Philip Habeck visited Lytle's Saturday after- noon. g Mr. and Mrs. David Blakeman, Luke and Mathew, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stauffenburg and Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Munger spent Sun- day at the Bud WIllson home helping Mrs. Bud Willson cele- brate her birthday, they also enjoyed seeing several baby pigs. Snow is rapidly disappearing on all of the snow survey courses in the Bearlodge area of the Black Hills, according to a report this week by the Soil Conservation Service. SCS personnel took reading on May I for the last time this season. The Bearledge Divide course had no snow and there was no snow last year on May I. The five-year average for this parti- cular time is 2.75 inches on snow and .54 inches of moisture. The Reuter Canyon course had no snow and it was also noted that there was no snow at this same time last year. The five year average is 16 inches of snow with 4.26 inches of moisture. The Warren Peak course had scattered snow with an average depth of 5.3 inches with 1.15 inches of moisture. The five-year average for May 1 is 25.5 inches of snow with seven inches of moisture. Alice Sehloredt shows the trophy won by the Dime Horse- shoe Bar bowling team as cham- pionship team of the Bowling Baggs Bowling Dr, ague. Mere- bers of the team were Lois Sehel- ling, Rosalie Wall, Renie Bunner, Glenda Mobley and Coralie Lub- ken. May 5, 1980 Sundance Senior Citizens Board meets in regular session May 12 at 7:30 p.m. Mother's Day will be celebrat- ed Sun., May 11. Sundance Senior Citizens send our best wishes and appreciation to mothers everywhere. We extend our sympathy to the Charles Kokesh family in their recent loss. Also the family of Hulett {Bill} Wood of Hulett in their recent loss. Al and Lottie Snyder, Ilene Sipe, Emma Ix)u Barnes, Janice Humphrey and others raked and cleaned up the lawn last week. This has really helped the ap- pearance of our center.Our May 4, 198{} Roger Rathbun Friday forenoon, thanks to all these folks. Mrs. Hernlan White accom- panied Mrs. Gretchen Olson and Mrs. Keith Hamel, Sundance Li- t)rarians, to Gillette Friday where they attended the Wyoming Li- brary Association Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wlute and Dan attended the all school play at the Hutett sell(tel Friday evening mad the l)onkey Basket- ball game held at the Hulett gym- nasium Saturday evening. Hemmn White's reported two fires the past week, one Wed- nesday evening which was a small lightning strike m~d another one Sunday afternoon caused from lightning hitting a power line mad starting a fire where it touched the ground. The power line also killed four cows and two calves belonging to the Hoese Cattle Company. Mar)' Garman went to Casper Friday where she attended a session of Wyoming Perspec- fives: History, Values ~md Cul- tures, she presenU~t a paper on 'The Hunter Expedition of 1876'" during the Saturday morning ses- sion. While in Casper Mm'y also visited her daughter. Christina. who attends college there. Mary returned home Saturday evening. Ross Garman spent Sunday forenoon with Mary Garman at her home and Mr. mad Mrs. Jeff Mrs. Roger Rathbun attended a Tupperware party at the Reynard Mills home Friday afternoon and accompanied Mrs. Lynn Barnes u~ play Bingo at the Sundance ~k.mior Citizens Center in Sun- dance Friday evening while the Rathbun children attended ~he FFA carnival at the sch(x)] and Roger visited Lynn Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin visited Mr. and Mrs. Warren Crawford ~md Kara at their home late Sun- day aftern(x)n, April 27. Other visitors included Mr. and Mrs. George White of near Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oud]n shop- ped and transacted business in Sundance and Belle Fourche Fri- day. They also called on Mrs. Cora Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Reed and Mr. "and Mrs. Hem'y Oudin. Mrs Oudin was released lrom the hospital the fore part of the week. Murray Moeller of Gillette has completed his second year of college at the Oklahoma Christian College at Oklahoma City and with Rita Penrod of Arkansas visited Saturday afternoon at the Hal Oudin home enroute to the Donald Moeller home near Alad- din. Murray has employment at Gillette again this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Munger of Wall. South Dakota. spent the Cora Smith and Margaret Bea- gle are taking care of the Budget Shop in the afternoons. Stop in anytime at the Budget Shop. They have clothes for every member of the family. Al and Lottie Snider are on a trip. They left May 2 and will be gone two weeks. They will visit daughter in Gillette last week. Mildred, Judy, Chuck, Loretta and Heather Durfee all had birth- day dinner with Mildred Landers. This was in celebration of Chuck' s and Heather's birthdays. Florence Brunson has returned home from her checkup at Rapid City Hospital. Hulett News Florence Osborn Mrs. Susy Nitsey, long time resident of the area known as Poison Creek, south and east to New Haven, passed away at Lookout Memorial Hospital in Spearfish April 29. She was 89 years of age and had been in frail condition for sometime. She had been cared for by her youngest daughter, Mrs. Irvin (Maxine) Baker, at the family home. Other daughters and family members visited her often, so she remained at home until the Saturday eve- ning before her death. Martha Fredrickson is in Crook County Memorial Hospital. Three of Bess Mitts' daughters visited her over the weekend. Jessie VanZee from Medicine Bow, Atha Hall from Cheyenne, and Louise Griffin from Sheridan. their son, Gary, in Sioux City, Iowa and other relatives in Governor proclaims Missouri. Henry and Mae Oudin visited Henry's mother at, the Dorsett Home Sun., May 4. Several Senior Citizens attend- ed the services at Black Hills National Cemetery for the late Charles Kokesh. Mildred Cundy and Genieve (~orge visited the Henry Oudins Friday. Mildred Landers and Genieve George attended Crook County Extension Homemakers annual spring luncheon. It was held at Pine Ridge Church May 3. Steph- anie Gippert of Spearfish, guest speaker, noted various plans on the agenda for use of Ranch A after the fish genetics closes. There is quite a schedule of repair work required before it can be put to public use again. Genieve George enjoyed' the company of Una and T.J. Rickels, and Minnie, Chuck and Chris Small Business Week Governor Ed Herschler has proclaimed the week of May 11 through 17 as the Small Business Week. He asked citizens of the state to give proper recognition to the contribution made by the small businesmz~en of Wyoming to the progress and well being of the people in the state. In making the proclamation the Governor noted that the small businessman actively perpetuates the open and competitive market- place so vital to the American system of free enterprise, that small businesses are dose to the consumer and offer job oppor- tunities, and that small business- men are recognized as leaders in the social and economic develop- ment of their own communities. Garman of Moorcroft spent Sun-weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Williams for dinner Sunday, May day with Mary. Bud Willson. Mrs. Mungei" is 4. TIMES CLASSIFIEDS i Grand Opening , 'I : IN HONOR OTHE : : OF... DAY : 0 MAY11,1980 I i The Rubald family cordially invdes you to : Mateo Village : I Lcated atphD:. 7vils~-T;20w;r Jtmetion ' t~~li~, : I The Chef's Specialty, Prime Rib, Will Be Featured l ice Cream and P,es will also be sewed from : ' NOON to FOUR i +w+ : I l a5x " Sun., May 11 II I " I I I ,, t t.. a Cont. from Page 1 a temporary permit for placement of a mobile home prior to the application coming to the atten- tion of the Planning Commission for action provided the standards for placement have been met. Building permits were issued to : Boyd's Supermarket for a cold \~-~ storage building, $500; to Ted ~ /.(: Speidel, garage, $6,000; Terry Speidel, garage, $1,500; Chapel '*:~ of Faith Church, $95,000; Gerald Joy, utility building, $400; and to Francis Jones, patio, $950. Trailer permits were issued to Peter and Wanda Charpentier and Harry Clingan. All are subject to approval by the Land Use Planning Commission. In other business, the council authorized final payment for the well drillers as soon as a letter is received releasing an), liens from Crimm Drilling Co. ; --gave approval on the second reading granting Tongue River Cable TV a franchise to bring cable television into Sundance; --approved a linfited retail liquor license for the Sundance Country Club; --and noted that Terry Wales is asking for abandonment of a trailer connect with the charge to be applied to his house connect. The council said approval of the request will be granted if proof of payment for the trailer connect can be furnished. The biggest problem in having kids is not another mouth to feed. It's 16 years later, when you have another mouth to listen to. Marlene Simons, Beulah, an- nounced this week that she will be a candidate for re-election to the House of Representative for the state of Wyoming. She is com- pleting her first term as Repub- representative for Crook County. lican state representative for Crook Connty. Mrs. Simons is a member of the legislative Agriculture Com- mittee, a member of the Western States Legislative Task Force for Forestry and serves on the Gov- ernor's State Forestry Land Ad- visory Board. She is in her second term as president of Out- doors Unlimited, Inc. She and her husband, Frank, ranch near Beulah. They have three married children, Sully and Deb Simons, Beulah, Linda and Bruce Crago, lsmay, Mont., and Frank and Mary Ann Simons, Bloomfield, Colo. They have four grandchildren. Many people think life is like a cafeteria - self-service only, Complete the "1 love Mom and win a Certificate for "I Love Morn" Free writing just for See us f0 forms and Ph. 283-: SundanCe 1979 lll iiii i,~ Was $3495 ~il~ _~l !90 Scout 4X4 was~ "11977 Dodne O30.1._____..==o- -,,,,0 --~ ~.~. 1970 Ford Bronco as , $569511976 Ford F250 1977 Chevrol'et ' K,O::4u __ w. .o9, 1975 Dodge Crew Cab 1975 Dodge W200 Club __ - w.~ $U9~ .... - _2+._++: I~74 DOd~ cl~evrolet C~POw~+ 1973 Dodge Club Cab 1973 DodgeClub Cab ...... ,,~,,,,., i1972 Jeep Wagoneer i964 Internatio'nal 1600 ..... ~| Cabover Pickup Camper was s~ $3395 was REDUCED FINANCE CHARGES on the purchase of New 1979 vehicles =--.-.. 10.97 APR for._ months -- "r,rac 4oi ( a~o~n~~ ~