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pA~]t I0 M SUNDANCE TIMES AUGUST I0, 1995 FRIDAY, AUGUST 11 Sidewalk Stands Bargains Galore ; Shop Till You Dro Presented by Sundance Area Chamber of Commerce & These Member Business Firms I I I I AT CRAZY DAYS FRIDAY, AUG. 11 at DURFEE,S FINAL 3 DAYS QUITTING BUSINESS SALE DURFEE'S Sundance While you're in town for the fair and rodeo... ALL NEW BOOKS 10% OFF SELECTED BOOKS AT DEEPER DISCOUNTS See the Krazy Bargain~ at Sundance Books 107 N. 3rd Sundance homes enroute to the Rathbun ranch from Sundance Saturday. Jennie Rathbun, Lois Burgess and her daughter, Patty, all of Casper, took a tour to the British Isles recently. They took a bus from Casper to Denver May 30 and flew from Denver to Washington, D.C., then on to London. Their ~dde,+ ,neJ~ +~r~-n, ~ +&e.+ tmrtd_e,u~, airport and guided them on a tour of London. They also visited Ire- land, Wales and Scotland but Jennie reported she did not kiss the blarney stone. They returned home June 7. Herman and Margaret White were August S, 1995 Jennie Rathbun arrived at the Bo Rathbun home Monday, July 31, .... ~;here ~/tle 151ans 'to qlS'it severdl days. She visited Sammy and Marie Sewell of near Newcastle Thursday where she was an overnight guest. She also visited Janet Engel in Sundance Saturday and Bernelce Chatfleld and Chipper and Mar- gery Chatfleld at their respective supper guests of Helen Ellard and Terry Wlechert at their home in east Sundance Saturday eveOng. Dan White was working at the Lazy Y Steakhouse where he is a chef. Elalna and Chesney Rathbun, children of Kenny and Denise Rathbun, finished their t-ball season at Hulett Tuesday with a game challenging their parents after which they held an ice cream party. Mary Garman attended a regular meeting of the Crook County Mu- seum Foundation held Tuesday morning at 9 A,M. in the museum in Sundance. Tony and Tamie Rathbun and son, Roger, and Vere and Donna Aurand of near Carlile were Sat- urday evening supper guests of Dan and Debbie Grace at their home in Moorcroftwhere the group helped Donna Aurand celebrate her birthday. Happy birthday, Donnad Tina Wood and son, Clay, kept an appointment with an optometrist in Spearfish Wednesdaywhere Clay was fitted with glasses to help the far-sighted problem in one eye. Casey Tenke, Travls Powerie and Mike Davis were Sunday afternoon callers at the Bo Rathbun home where they visited with 'Aunt Jennie'. Ahleen Buckingham and lone Spangler, both ofnear Hulett, were early Sunday morning visitors at the home of Herman, Margaret and Dan White. Opal Oudin and Bob Wyman worked at the Crook County Falr exhibit hall Friday forenoon and shopped in Spearfish in the afar- noon. Pamela Garman and daughter, Taylor Dawn, went to Gillette Thursday and Anna Marie Gar- man accompanied them home where she will visit until after the Crook County Fair. "i~enny an~ TJer/lse "RaT.~bun an~! children, Elalna and Chesney en- joyed a vacation in the Rapid City area where they placed their camper in the Berry Patch camp- ground Wednesday and canle home Sunday about noon. They took in the water slide, reptile gardens, rode the 1880 train from Keystone to Hill City and back and panned for gold at the Big Thunder Gold Mine. They reported a very nice time. Neal Garman and friend Jayne, both of Wickenburg, Arizona, were Monday evening supper guests at the Jeff Garman home. Neal and friend planned to visit the John Garman family near Alzada and others before going back to Ari- zona. Mary Yemlngton and daughter, Sarah, checked on cattle at their summer pasture near Upton Sat= urday forenoon. Mary Yemington and son, Sam, visited Sally Rogers Saturday aRernoon and after Sam completed some shopping, they both helped Sally R~>gers paint in her new house. % Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Garman and children visited Saturday evening at the home of Bob and Mary Yemington and children near Miller Creek. A fire was spotted Sunday fore- noon on some land rented by Ri- chard Snider toward Kara Creek, several men responded to help put it out including Bo Rathbun, Tony Rathbun and son, Roger, and Jeff Garman from this area. There was some lightning Saturday eyeing ~and not much ,rain in the S~my" , DI,/M~+~ .... Clay and Cody Wood spent Sun- day afternoon visiting Lacey, Jer- emy and LynDee Garman at their home where they planned to remain overnight. Gerald and Patsy Bunney of near Aladdin were Sunday evening sup- per guests and visitors at the Jeff Garman home. Mary Garman accompanied Shirley Hoese to Buffalo, Wyoming, Saturday where they attended the Basque Festival and enjoyed the beautiful costumes, the dancing and singing and fabulous food. Criss Rathbun spent last week at a booth for the Nlkken magnets at the National High School rodeo held at Gillette at the Camplex. She also attended a business meeting in Rapid City Sunday. Bo and Crlas Rathbun visited Saturday evening at the home of Utah and Diane Marchall near Hulett where they viewed the nine ostrichs at the ostrich farm. Sundance Community Education fall semester classes are scheduled to begin on Tuesday, Sept. 5. The fall catalog of classes will be mailed during the week of Aug. 7. Registration for fall classes will be Monday, Aug. 14 through Monday, Aug. 21. Students can register by mall, phone or in per- son. Class fees must accompany all registrations. Final registration day will be held Monday, Aug. 21 from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. at Sundance High School. Some instructors will also be available for questions that day. Academic advisors from Eastern Wyoming College and academic coordinators from the Universlty of Wyoming wiU be available on Mon- day, Aug. 21 from II a.m. until 7 p.m. If there are any questions regarding degrees, classes, etc. please plan to see them at that time. Refreshments wlll be served. The fall semester credit classes offered are: Monday - Accounting I, Basic Computer Literacy, General Biol- ogy, Introduction to Gifted and "Tdlen'te~l, antl-Wor~1-Processing H: Word Perfect. Tuesday: Child Psychology, Col- lege Studies, Medical Terminology, Public Speaking and Windows I. Wednesday - General Biology Lab, Heavy Resistance Conditioning, Interpersonal Communication, and LAWN ANIMALS- DRINK STICKS - 99 BOWL SETS - OIL PAINT ~d or Whit, e 5 gal.) " PAI $9.00 LOTS MORE GOOD: DILLON HA 283-2438 Virgil Says: "We're ringing da bells for Crazy Days." BELL 2 Liter Bottle HILLSIDE Spreadsheet Applications I: Lotus 1-2-3. Thursday - Beginning Algebra, English II, Farm and Ranch Man- agement, Heavy Resistance Con- dltloning, IntermedlateAlgebra and Pre-Calculus Algebra. Telecourses - Cultural Anthro- pology, Macroeconomics and Fundamentals of Aging & Human Development. JUSTICE COURT Week of July 31, 1995 Speeding Dustin McCoy, Gillette, WY, 81/ 65, $85; Anthony Steele, Hot Springs, SD, 77/65, $60; Jason Mulveny, Newark, DE, 75/55, $70; 55, $54. Douglas Haar, Sundance, WY, 76/65, $60; Cade Wilson, Hickory Ridge, AR. 79/65, $75; Andrew Duback. Mequon. WI. 84/65. $95; Gordon Jones. North Plains. OR. 80/65. $75. Stephen MS, 77/65 (Truck), Bell, Gillette, WY Beverly Stone, 55, $~. Serge Vandervoo, 76/55, $75; SD, 88/65, Kawanlshl $65. Troy Clutter, Fail to Stop at Furman Sldbury, MD, $50; Arthur Dall, MT, $50. Pmin David Michael Jenks Reckless Buddy Nixon, Boating ~faS'~1 ?~dv, Susand Banderffla~' $50. No Dean Griffin, A M