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.... 9 BUYERS i NEW USED 'EAL OMES COriDOS CARE J~U~Y4,1996 NTED TO THE SUNDANCE TIMES BU61NE MARKET SWAP PAGE 7 S WANTED ......................................... many friends forJoining us In cel- and Sherry Wood and family for well was given by the Sundance ental veggles, fruit cocktail, roll, ~ S,~]LE EASY WORKI Excellent pay! As- ebmting Georgia's life at the Ume Christmas Day dinner and dined city council Monday night, chocolate puddIng. semble products at home. Call toll of her funeral and for the many with Mary Garman at her home for Moisture in the Sundance area Wednesday, January 10 free 1-800-467-5566 ext. I 1624. cards, telephone calls, gills of food supper Christmas Day. during 1970 slightly exceeded the Chicken fried steak, mashed po- hat~ .............. ----'-----''- ...... Itwc and memorial contributions. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rathbun andaverage, according to reports tatoes, corn, roll, frozen yogurt. to ~ WOOD, pellet, gas stoves Georgia's Familychildren, Elaina and Chesney Paul compiled by official Weather Bu- Thursday, January' I I Ve re~gat$75.00.1nstallationand8PORTS WRITER wanted. Skillat and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Latimer reau observer Noel Edwards at the Barbecue chicken, baked pota- te Vet~ry available. Stove Stop and photography is a plus. Must beCARD OF THANKS attended candlelight services courthouse, toes, green beans, roll, peaches. ~nswe~ Spearfish Canyon, Spearf- good with people and able to The family of Dick Schulze would Christmas Eve at the Bethlehem "llae period withIn which aliens Friday, January 12 n Na~-634-2824. 52-3 communicate. Salary negotiable like to thank everyone who called, Church In Moorcroft. Mr. and Mrs. must report their addresses is at Roast turkey, mashed potatoes, pine~ ................................... depending on experience. Sendsent cards or gave us a comforting Latimer spent the evening at the hand, according to John L, Todd, with gravy, broccoli, mixed fndt 8ALE: Solid wood baby crib resume to Don Hall, ManagIng hug or handshake during Dick'sKen Rathbun home. dlstrictdirectorofthe United States salad, roll, angel food cake with with~mattress. In great shape. $60 Editor, Northern Wyoming Daffy long illness and since his death. Christmas Eve supper guests of Immigration and Naturalization cherry topping. h ho~. 283-3073. n/c News, Box 508, Worland, WY Your acts of kindness are appre- Be and Cries Rathbun IncludedService, Denver.' HULEI'T hot ~ ................................... 82401. Or call Don Hall, 307-347- ciated. Don and Melody Harem and babyFifty Years Ago Thursday, January 4 le me~PERWARE 50th Anniversary. 3241 after I p.m. Itwc' Dick's Sisters, daughter, Lexie Marie, Tony and January 3, 1946 Hot ham and cheese sandwich, ~d eve'r details n hw t recelve uP I M-lee-@ ...... I Nleces and Nephews Tamle Rathbun and son, Roger, What good Is a newspaper? Sure potato soup, lettuce salad, buns, ome I~05.00 In free products! Deb- Brad Tenke and Jennie Rathbun.it does a lot of good, but what good Jello with fruit. m m~83-2237, Sandra 283-2828. CARD OF THANKS Mary Garman was a guest for is it in measurable terms, how Friday, Jantmry 6 will bel 1-2 We would like to thank all oursupper and the evening Christmas much money does It mean to the Fish fillet, augratin potatoes, ,ith S~,~ ................................... friendsand famlly for your prayers Eve at the home ofJeffand DeeLyn people In the community In which macaroni salad with peas, celery, SALE: 1969 Mustang, Cobra and offers of help In the months Garman and family, it Is published? bread, apple crisp. ~51 Winter, 4 speed, 68,000 NEED TO KNOW what's goIng on before and since the loss of our The Jeff Garman family spent After a twoweeks holiday vacation Sunday, January 7 urie, halrniles, showconditton, in Wyoming? Newspapers will tell father. Thank you for the niceChristmas Day in Gillette at the the schools of Sundance will re- Roast beef, mashed potatoes, Prize- iackstrlpe. $12 500. Maytrard~le home of Lore Bunney and family open Monday of this next week, green beans, wheat bread, lemon you. Wyoming NewspaperClippingcards, food, phone calls and hugs Marie ~ 307-746-4805. Itwc Service reads every Wyoming that meant so much to all of us. where Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bunney January 7. cake. ~on a ~ ................................... newspaper. Quick, easy, inexpen- If, in ~ Weather Protection forsave. 307-745-8144. Itwc And thank you to all those who and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ger- A new phase in labor-manage- Monday, January 8 donated to the memorial, ald Bunney were also dinner ment relations was introduced Meatballs with gravy, mashed ~' need. 24x24x8 - $2985.00. - ........................................ Our special thanks to Marthaguests, when the United Auto Workers potatoes, buttered cabbage, rice ~2x10 - $3989.00, 32x48x12 - 181,0OO WYOMING People will and Carl Relmer for your love and Lacey, Jeremy and LynDee Gar- union offered to penalize any of its pudding with raisins. ~5.00, 40x72xl 4 - $9839.00. read your classified ad ffyou place support and being there for Daddy man were overnight guests at the members from $3 to $5 a day for Tuesday, January 9 !iexperienced crews can build itInWY-CAN.Sell, buy, announce, when he needed lt the most, andto Lori Bunney home In Gillette, Lori taking part in an unauthorized Creamed chicken with celery and ~.WesternStarBulldings I/ $109 for 25 words. Contact your ~658-5565. I twclocal newspaper. Itwc Mother, John Garman and Alice returned them to their home on strike, carrots, mashed potatoes, biscuits, Mills for all their love and support Miller Creek Tuesday afternoon. CharlesA. Parks whowas arrested Jello with pineapple. and to Bob and Barbara (Zimmer- Mr. and Mrs. Ross Garman and Dec. 21 on charges of check forg- Wednesday, January IO u#|~OPPORTUNiTYtogetinto 20/20WITHOUTGI.AI~ESISafe, schied) Crowl for the hospitality daughters, Mr. and Mrs. JeffGar- eryandpleadgufltybeforeJustlce Ham and bean soup, barbecue wit l l~ssional outfitting and guide rapid, non-surgical, permanent nl~ess in Dubols. Fully permit-restoration In 6-8 weeks. Airline and support while we were in man and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wood of the Peace Roberts, reaffirmed sandwich, carrot/celery sticks, " .... ~v U"'" - and sons were Christmas supper hispleatothechargesbeforeJudge buns, Jello with fruit, vitamin C . A~ J.. or~, wyoming Outfitters pilot developed, doctor approved. Tucson. a ~[~ uuide board, 19 years in Free Information by marl: (800) We are blessed to llve In such a guests at Mary Garman's. Ilsley In District Court last Friday juice. Barry and Dorothy Floyd, Jay and was paroled to the sheriff. Thursday, January 11 ~ess.Asking$60,000 forquick 422-7320, exL 243; (406) 961- wonderful community. God BlessGreenwood and Kristy Foell were Seventy-Five Years Ago. Hamburger and tater tot hot dish, {307) 455-2208. Box 1709,5570; fax (406) 961-5577. Sates- you aft. ~ois, WY82513. Itwc factionOuaranteed. Itwc TheNeaIA. G~n Family Christmas Day dinner guests of Januarya, 1921 frultsalad, peas, pearsauce. Opal Oudin, Bob Wyman was a The Commercial Club met tn Friday, January 12 ................................... -- Christmas Day dinner guest of his regular session Monday evening, it Grilled cheese sandwich, tomato ~T SELL Immediately. 2 arch SEIZED CARS From $175. son and family, Warren Wyman at being the annual meeting. Presl- soup, pea salad, sandwich bread, uildings, 25x28and40xa0.Porsches, Cadillacs, Chevys, Black Hawk, SO. dent llsley presided, with about mixed fruit. ~-843-1300 ext. 896. Itwc BMWs, Corvettes. Also Jeeps, 4 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Latimer, Mr. thirty-five members present. MOORCROFT ......... - ..... WDs. Your area. Toll free 1-800-Derrick and Stephanie Noyes,and Mrs. Kenny Rathbun and The New Year's dance was a gay Thursday, January 4 ~Lbufldings:-~-mebie~dshed898-9778, ext. A-5139 for current Arapahoe, NE, are the parents ofa children, Brad and Casey Tenke affair, although few people from Lasagna with low fat cottage S ~Is.40~c30'xl2'was$6,300will listings, ltwc baby girl born November 15, 1995 and Jennie Rathbun were dinner outsideattendedonaccountofthe cheese, mixed veggies, coleslaw, for $2,930. Also, I - 50'x75 xl 8' )39. Open ends, guaranteed at Cambridge, NE. Kristen Dawnguests ofMr. and Mrs. BoRathbun storm. The crowd was '~just the Italian bread, peaches. iplete parts. 1-800-292-011 I. Noyes weighed 7 Ibs. 13 ozs. and Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. rightsize" fora good Ume and they Friday, January 5 was 19 inches long. She Joins a Kenny Rathbun and family were all had it. Shepherds pie, mixed veggies, Jel- I twc breakfast guests of Mr. and Mrs. A rumor which persistently re- lledapplesauce, whole wheatbread brother Shawn Eugene, age 3. .................................... Maternal grandparents are Jerry Jack Latimer Christmas morning, fuses to down is current in Sun- Sunday, January 7 ~'ERNMENT Foreclosed Homes WHISPERING PINES Painting & and Kathy Pryor, Kaycee, WY. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Whlteand dance to the effect that the Pork roast, mashed potatoes, ~ema_ ies on $I. Delinquent tax, Janitorial Services. Licensed and ~, REOs, FDIC, RTC IRS.Your Insured. Commercial, Residential. Maternal great-grandmother is Dan spent Christmas Day with Homestake Mining Company has green beans with cheese sauce, Helen EllardandTerryWiechertat obtained possession of the E.A. pumpkin bars. Dorothy Franks of Colorado and L Toll free l-800-898-9778, ext. Cai1283-3957. tfn Joyce Zak, Sheridan, WY. Mater- theirhomelneastSundancewhere Bock mines ha the Bear Lodge and Monday, January8 ~139 for current listings. Itwc " .................................... SEPTIC TANK PUMPING. Call nal great-grandfather is Jerrythey were dinner guests. Isalsonegotiatingforthepurchase Barbecue chicken, tater tots, Pryor, Cheyenne, WY. Maternal Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rathbun and ofJ.J. Belshe's coal mine. broccoli, mixed fruit salad, dinner great-great grandmother is Arleen son, Roger, spent Christmas Day I-~ve you ever noticed that fre- roll, sherbet. ~,,~X~+ CADILLACS, Lincolns, sports Geis'HoneyWagon, 307-896-3146, |, 4X4 trucks, boats, autos, Jim Gels. tfn Miller, Sheridan, WY. with Mr. and Mrs. Vere Aurand of quently the men who do the most Tuesday, January 9 .............................. near Carlile where Mr. and Mrs. Ed for a community are the ones whoSausage, boiled potatoes with /~ utllitles, crew cabs, Subur- Paternal grandmother is Maxine l#g~s, and RVs. Positively Noyes, Sheridan, WY, grandfather Aurand and family of Whitewood are the most severely cril4cized, gravy, cooked cabbage, baked apple Dmlng's largest and cleanest Glen Noyes, Medicine Bow, WY. and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Grace ofeven ridiculed? slice, cornbread wlth syrup. ~tlon.Max'sHonda&Stalkup's Paternal great-grandmother is Moorcroll were also dinner guests. If you read of some atrocious WedntnKlay, January 10 ~me]a~ Casper. Call for prices. 307 ..... Donna Dinkins, Sundance. Jeremy Garman spent Thursday killing or a police ambush, or a Ground beef, taco salad, lettuce, L9333. Itwc ADOPTION would be the answer and Friday with Pat Aberly at thelr citizen shot in his door -- it's in tomato, cheese, hashbrowns, to our prayers. Happily married home in Sundance. Ireland. Exta-a large booze seizures- mixed citrus fruits. m"'umwa""m"""""""""""""mlll' couple wish to adopt infant. Call Mm~r Cr~aek Lacey and LynDee Garman spent -are at Cheyenne. If you get inter- They, January 11 .,pw e ante our attorney collect, 307-733- News Thursday at the home of Mr. and eared in a thrilling battle on a cliff, Baked ham, sweet potatoes, Mrs. Steve Wood where they went or see a badly tangled maritalspinach, strawberry Jello salad, ~mmm,,mmum.,,,.,..,m,m..,,,iJl~ 1191. Itwc ~ ~ Oudln sledding with their cousins and mixup--in the movies. Nothing sourdough bread, rice pudding. ......................................... were luncheon guests, happens In Sundance. Friday, Jantuury 12 ~,000/YEARINCuMEpotential SUFFERING Eczema, hives, skin Opal Oudln accompanied Barry i.~.~,~.~.~.%.~.~.~.~,q Hamburger on a bun, tomato ~ll~,.egbOoks. Toll free 1-800-898- problems? Learn causes, control, December 31, 1995 and Oorothy Greenwood to the Bob SENIOR soup, green beans, Jellied apple- xt. R-5139fordetails. Itwc prevention. Successfulnaturalal-Jennie Rathbun of Casper ar- Yemington ranch home Christmas sauce, cantaloupe. mm~'~;'~.~Ne-~edi'/~s:~-) tematlves. That work. Send name, rived at the Bo Rathbun homeDay afternoonwhere they visited. CITIZEN MENU addresses + $5.00 to Eczema, Box Saturday, December 23, where she -- _/a~... spenttheweekendandChristmas.I PEEK AT I \'''""'""''""'" t:~IU""J r ~ incomePrcessorpotentlal.userS'Toll$40'000/free I- 636, Wheatland, WY 82201. Itwc She retumedto herhome InCasper S ANCE 898-977 ~, ext T-5139 for EXECUTIVE and teacher long to Tuesday. I IEPAST / Is. " Itwc adopt your healthy baby. We will Barry and Dorothy Floyd came to ~ rmml They, January 4 give your child a good home, fi- Opal Oudin s ranch home Thurs- Oven baked chicken, mashed .................................. potatoes with gravy, peas, roll, INEER: NO ASSISTANT. nancialsecurlty, greateducatlon, day afternoon, December 21, for a OneYearAgo Jello. ' ning Mu ticlpal Power ~ge: icy marvelous future and lots of love. visit and for the Christmas hell- January 6, 1995 Friday, January $ '.cepting applications for an Let's help each other. We will pay day. The newest member of The Sun- Bakedfish, boiled potatoes, beets, An elephant needs ,AssistanL Duties in- your lawful expenses. Call collectJay Greenwood and Krlsty Foelldance "I~mes staff, Big Thunder, roll, apple ple. water and mud for cool- maintaining agency data- 801-595-0521 Shelley and of Rapid City arrived at Opal was lntroduced to the readership. Monday, January8 ing because its skin has purchase and installation of Charles. Itwc Oudin's Saturday evening for the He is guaranteed to do a goodJob of Rib barbecue on a bun, era_n- no sweat ~lands. IPUter hardware/software; weekend and Christmas. Theywent mousekeepingl berry Juice, mixed veggles, apri- and repair of com- back to Rapid City Christmas Day Mayor Jim Miller and the Sun- cots. ~IMES WANT ADs and assisting the OF a~rnoon as they had to work dance City Council welcomed inTuesday, January 9 DO GET RESULT8 Requires ~.S. Computer Tuesday. the new year Monday night at the Turkey chop suey with rice, ori- working knowledge Travis Floyd and Kandi Mork of first council meeting of the year, familiarity LAN, Spearfish Joined Barry and Dor- making appointments and giving othy Floyd, Jay Greenwood. Kristy approval to sever resolutions. Send resume CARD OF THANKS Foell, Bob Wyman and Opal Oudln Money Magazine s January 1994 byFebruaryl, 1996 The family of Georgia Douglas for Christmas Eve oyster-chiliissue ranks Wyoming second be- Director, Wyoming wishes to express their deep supper and gift exchange at Opal hInd Alaska for lowest individual Power Agency, P.O. BOx gratitude to Dr. Martino, Dr.Villano OudIn's ranch home. tax bills. Lusk, WY 82225. An equal and the staff at Crook County Mr. and Mrs. Be Rathbun were in Ten Year Ago Itwc Memorial Hospital for the excel- Gillette Saturdaybefore Christmas January 2, 1986 lent care and kindness given to wheretheyvtsltedRandyRathbun Closing the books on the 1985 Classifieds... Georgia during her recent illness, and Sandy Powrle, they were not tax year involves important dates A "Sell" of We also extend thanks to her able to joln others at the Be for taxpayers, particularly em- a Beall Rathbun home for Christmas. ployers, financial institutions and 10 A.M. Tuesday Some classifications may contain ads for conversation or recorded Thursday, December 21, Mr. andthose who pay estimated taxes. through the use of telephones. Calls to such numbers may Mrs. PaulConzelman and Matthew, Crook County School Superin- in a charge to the calling phone number. These telephone Mr. and Mrs. Dean Conzelman, tendentDr.OttlinWegner, hiswife, services are telecommunications and are regulated by the Mr. and Mrs. John Grenier and Maxine and Bud Willson all spent ThisF_ Commission. Complaints may be directed Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and a night In a four-wheel drive ve- cc, 1919 M Street NEW., Washington, DC 20554. Dan met at the Lazy Y Steakhouse hicle in rural Crook county last 10 A.M. Tuesday newspaper recommends that you investigate every phase of opportunities. We suggest you consult your own attorney where they enjoyed a meal and week. for a free pamphlet or further information from the eveningtogetherbeforeChristmas. F'mHA borrowers who are en- making the offer before investing any money. Or you may Mary Garman accompanied countering financial problems can the Attorney General's Office, 123 Capitol Bldg., Cheyenne, Wayne and Dix/e Garman Sunday,expect more detailed loan servic- 77%7841. December 24 to the home of DanIng as a result of new regulations and PeggyGerkins in Belle Fourche which were published. 5 P.M. Monday newspaper is not respo~sible or liable whatsoever for any where they were dinner guests.The Stockman Mercantile and Un by an ad in this newspaper or for any of the services, Gerkins are Dixie's parents. Trading Company, Hulett, an- or opportunities offered by our advertisers. The content of Steve and Tina Wood and sons. nounces that former Oklahoma advertisement is the sole responsibility of the advertiser. We do Clay, Cody and Kyle, were Christ- resident Shawn Campbell, now of endorse e emote the urchase or , ncourage or pr p sale of any mas Eve supper guests of Stcve's Sundance, has joined their crew of uct, service, company or individual that chooses to advertise in ~wspaper, and we reserve the right to refus~ any/all parents, Warren and DorothyWoodcustom saddle makers. we deem inappropriate or unacceptable by our company of Hulett. The group also celebrated Twenty-Five Years Ago Steve's birthday which is Dcem- January 7, 1971 this newspaper reserves the right to edit, or locate any her 24. Happy Birthday to Steve! Approval of the transfer of under whatever h~ading we decide will bestSteve and Tlna Wood and sons with our classificationregn|lations, were guests at the home of Dale $20,000 in funds to cover addl- Uonal costs of the city's new water