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Lander, Wna 6 applied sQd te ,hmd) exce on streets after Brlel and Sims Construction sealed the streets with liquid asphalt. The ;5,000. part of a $679,000 bid contract which was Watts and two children were visiting George and Vera Sommers last week, Ilene Sipe celebrated her birth- day at the Center Wednesday p.m. June 25. Eighteen were present and enjoyed the birthday cake and ice cream and coffee. i~ awarded to Br~el and ~ by the Wyoming Highway Department. Cleveland Street will be repaved next week, Main Street in Moorcroft will be paved and State Highway 116 which, are all under the same co~tract. with others. You can play cards, bingo, visit or whatever. Any and all are welcome. Judy Brengle will return home Tuesday. Wanda Hejde, guide; Sandra Neiman, marshall; Cherly Mc- Laughlin, recorder; Sherry Gra- ham, chaplain; Wanda Gossman, musician; Janet Graham, senior custodian; Barbara Wiley, junior custodian and Sharon Hauber, flag bearer. Other officers installed were Pat Cennally, senior princess; Khristy McKenney, junior prin- cess; Dolly Durfee, guide; Judy Durfee, marshall; Laurie Hub- bard, treasurer; Tracie Mc- Laughlin, recorder; Sheila Hap- toustall, chaplain; Marcia Cliver, musician; Tammy Durfee, li- brarian; Lisa Willey, first mes- senger; Kristy Mooney, third messenger; Brenda Griffis, fourth messenger; Angle Beaudoin, fifth messenger; Kelly Tracy, senior custodian; Staci Harbaugh, junior custodian; Wendy Kiplinger, outer guard; Lizzy I)u~ee, keeper of lights; Julie Lenz, flag bearer; and Jenny Schloredt, director of epochs. Sam McInerney, second messenger and Brenda Maynard, inner guard win be installed at a later date. Violet Smith, past Bethel guar- dian installed Bethel Council of. ricers Cheryl McLaughlin, bethel guardian; George Wiley, associ- ate bp:Lcl guardian; Wanda Gossman. secretary; Marci Cliver, treasurer; Sandra Nei- man, director of music; Betty J. Durfee, director of finance; Ger- trude Connally, director of epochs; Barbara Harbaugh, cus- todian of paraphernalia; Violet Smith, director of promotion; Paul Smith, director of faternal relations; and Virginia Kiplinger, promoter of sociability. The immediate past honored queen presented gifts for perfect attendance during her term to Pat Connally, Laurie Hubbard, Sheila Haptonstall, Lisa Willey, Tammy ~30, 1980 The party was planned by her The Bearlodge Wranglers metLeonard and Micky Viergutz honored queen by Cheryl Wales Yea~mrer, sisters, Florence Brunson and at the Aladdin Hall on Monday and Leta and Mike Eixenberger of and Connie Hannah. Emma.Lou Barnes Bertha Queen, and a niece Sadie morning to go to 4-H Camp. Six Renton, Washington all visited Refreshments were provided Annual Governors Sperb. members and chaperone Bonnie the Willard Viergutz this week. by the Willey family and Nancy The regular Board meeting is Pruevie are attending. - The Brengles returned home July 14 at 7:00 p.m. Peggy Hyatt and children visit- Sunday night from the Wyoming ed Mildred Durfee and Mildred State Rodeo finals in Buffalo, Landers over the weekend. Wyoming. We are happy to Gladys Fort and Helen Oudinreport that Dane will be repre- visited Tony Fort at Fort Meade senting Wyoming at the National JULY 3, 1980 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 3 or maximum traffic flow for the showed a one percent decrease entire length of the highway or and primary highway traffic was street being monitored. How- down three percent. Both sac- ever, to some degree, the counts ondary highway and urban traffic do reflect traffic trends for more were up three percent. generalized areas. MOONIJGHT MADNESS will Interstate traffic in Wyoming strike Sundance Thursday, July 10 at 6:30 p.m. last week in Casper. turm~d home Sunday after a visit Visit the Budget Shop when in with relatives in Colorado and need of good clean used clothing. Wyoming. You will find the prices fit in well Jerry Ryans sisters Janet with your budget. There are also Marx, Carol Watteer and Mr. and dean, soft rags available for your Mrs. Jim Kaiser (Judy) all arrived use in the garage or shop. to spend the 4th in Belle Fourche. If you have ideas on activities Louise Ryan and Jerry Ryans you would like to see carried out went to Dale Burkes in Rapid City at your center let the Director for a picnic on Sunday. know. She will try to fit them in to Emma Jamison spent part of ,the center schedule, the week with Ryans last week. Would anyone be interested in A country dance will be held van trips around the area? The again at the Farrell Hall on July idea would be that our van driver 19 at 9 p.m. Music will be by Lyle would set aside one day each Rick and Paul. Tickets will be week to take people for a sight sold at the door. seeing trip to the hills, Devils Alice Wolff is expecting John Tower, the Gillette area mines or and P.hyliss Skurla, of Anchorage, where ever within reasonable Alaska at her home for lunch. Jeann and Denis Klecker at- driving distance. Perhaps to visit tended an Angus Field Day at. other centers. Let's get some Gordon, Nebraska last weekend. input into this and see ff some- thing can be worked out. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rose were There will be a pot luck carry-in at the Kay I)ungey's on Sunday. July 4th at noon. The center will George Whalen also called on the not be open as on regular week- Dnngeys. days, but merely for folks who Cheryl and Jerry Williams and just wish to come and celebrate family are visiting with Jim GeLs. The Williams are from Cedy and EDI IN I 1980 Chevy Chevettes 5 in stock Todd Bersang of St. Paul,Durfee, Lizzy Durfee and Julie Minnesota was a week long guest Lenz. at the DeYoe home last week. He The ceremony "Book of Gold' ) was Marks guest. Todd is a was presented by bethel mem- 978 Chevy Chevette Sedan '3991 Confirmation student from St. bars with Donna Wiley narrating 4 spd., 4 cycl. Paul. The St. Paul and Belle and Jodi Willey serving as the ~m~u~U~l~u~m~m~i~i~i~~ Fourche group toured the hills angel. week. Spe also w res gforthe I 1977 Su|ck Heoal *3695 r- tilt, cruise, air 23], V-6 1980 Chevy Impala Sedan s79 P/S, P/B, A/C, tilt, cruise ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Fiat Sedan 128, 4 spd. i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1980 Chevy Blazers 3 in stock '900 rebate Phil Brekhus det- Buick 1840 North Avenue Spearfish, S. D. 642-2766 BUICK The Kenneth McGillvarys areSchelldorf, Shirley Brunson, all having a gathering for the 4th. Kristy Proctor, and Rhonda Lonnie McG/llvary and family and Willey served the cake baked and Gary Magelkey have spent sev- decorated by Sherri Vail. eral days at the McGillvary's. They plan to meet Stanley and Traffic count up wife at the airport today. Jean at the Beulah interchange ding, Colorado visited a couple of days at the Joe Curren home. They are Joe's aunt and uncle. On Thursday the Currens had a birthday supper for Jennie Kotek. High School Rodeo at Yakima, over the weekend. Tony is taking Washington in July. Dane fin- and her farnily willjoin them also. therapy treatments. George Fish from Wisconsin The parents of Rev. George ished 3rd in the state of Wyoming and friend visited one day last Perry are visiting at the Perrys. in saddle bronc, week. They are from the Boston area. Others participating in theThe Oscar Bredrezene of Red- Mildred Landers and Genieverodeo from the community were George were dinner guests in Darin Noyce in saddle bronc and Spearfish Friday, June 27 of Mr, bareback and Davanne Noyce in and ~.Harold I~xson. goat tying and barrels and Marvin Alice and U1ric: Hawken at-Garmtt in bareback. tended the Governors Conference Cheryl and Paula Klocker re- Motor vehicle traffic on inter- state and primary highways in Wyoming generally decreased, compared to a year ago; but, the Beulah East 1-90 interchange in- creased by five percent during the month of May. The average 24 hour traffic volumes for May was 2,027 as compared to 1,939 in 1979. On May 25, the volume was 2,772 for the maximum day. The maxi- Jobs Daughters hold installation ceremonies Marsha Willey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Willey was installed as honored queen during installation ceremonies for of- ricers and council of Bethel 43, Sundance on the evening of June 27 at the Masonic Hall. Trudy Durfee, immediate past honored queen served as install- ing officer with Robert Beandoin as master of ceremonies for the program. Other installing, officers were mum hour peaked at 222 from 4-5 p.m. on May 26. Secondary highway and urban traffic increased in May, compar- ed to May a year ago, according to the planning branch of the Wyoming Highway Department. Planning engineers use auto- matic traffic counters installed at more than 80 locations around the state to monitor traffic flow. The counts are exact only at the counters' locations and do not necessarily represent an average COW POKES By Ace RMd Casper Com- They good meeting. Ira- passed on a Aging. a is agreed Senior people in exposure to ~OVe the president from the Dept. of Services to its with more staff and with Aging pro- we reviewed the the procedure that through for its and ac- center is notified put into action year. Through the center puts raised to meet the called, "hard a dollar amount accumulated each share of the "hard match", h mceUSe, "in kind", of our share (We the above helps finances Operate). Iris Dillavou re- and Mrs. enjoyed a gather- at the Aladdin in honor of Nels Pearsons is being planned II a.m. in the Some items chest of table and three exerciser, and other to mention. items will be z and Friday before are tak con- 15% basis for the for Remember it a fun day. was 8~c- having these Thanks attended. Slides to George and the Cow- the most have 54. Patient in Fort him an the best Don Melaneon OU % ,ASK ABOUT. R LOW Telephone 892-2722 Belle Fojurohe. 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