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JANUARY 7, 1993 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 7 : l the Ld if ,rt lasl~ OU can r car,| don't q newspaper is not responsible or liable whatsoever for any by an ad in this newspaper or for any of the services, or opportunities offered by our advertisers. The content , advertisement is the sole responsibility of the advertiser. We not endorse, encourage or promote the purchase or sale of any service, company or individtml that chooses to advertise this newspaper, and we reserve the right to refuse any/all we deem inappropriate or unacceptable by our , standards. addition, this newspaper reserves the right to edit, or locate F classified advertisement under whatever heading we decide | best conform with our classification regulations. 6 GD,O0 t~DI~O l~De, O t~D vO tP IlPg~ g q'I Prices( Compatible 286. 386. 486 from $550. Two-year money back guarantee. taxl 1-800-279-9250. 1 twc WHISPERING PINES Painting & Janitorial Services. Commercial, Residential, 283-3957. tin ~, Stock Sheds. 24x84x8 $4122.00, 30x168x10 $9806.00. Buildings 12' front openings, fully buildings available Western Star Buildings. Itwc A RESPONSIBLE BABY-8ITTER, who is great with kldsl CPR and Red Cross certified. Call 283-1897 and ask for Kenda Fuhrmann. >~'~~'~ ~ ~'~'~%'~ - ~'J~- ~%"~ Mark Bunney home In GilletteMrs. Dorothea Hlndman of Christmas Day where he visited Spearfish, Helen Ellard and Terry CARD OF until Monday when he returned Wiechert both of Sundance were home. Lincoln and Leslie Raber of Christmas day dinner guests of Gillette arrived at the JeffGarman Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and ....... "home Monday for a vislL Dan. =.~ ....... ~ ~ _ T Jennie Rathbun of Casper ar- CARD OF THANKS rived at the Roger Rathbun home January 3, 1003 Our thanks and appreciation to Tuesday where she spent the Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rathbun and the many friends who sent cards, Christmas holiday with familyand son, Roger, Joined Mr. and Mrs. Ed flowers and gave to the memorials returned home Sunday. She was Aurand and family of Whitewood, and helped during the passing of an afternoon visitor of Opal Oudin Mr. and Mrs. Dan Grace and Mr. our brother, Idolo. A very special and Cora Smith. and Mrs. Loren Altaffer for supper thank you to Clyde and Darlene Stacey Moeller and Kelcl spentChristmas Day at the home of Mr. Raber for their wonderful care of Tuesday, December 22 afternoonandMrs.VereAurandnearCarlile, him during hls illness and to Dr. visltingOpalOudinandCoraSmlth Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Marousek and the nurses at the at Opal's ranch home. They hadDan were in Spearfish Tuesday Belle Fourche Health Care Center. visited in Sundarme in the fore- where Dan and Mrs. White both Thank you one and all. noon and enjoyed lunch there, kept doctor's appointments. Gilda Dirks Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wood and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Garman and Sophie Fowler sons, Mr. and Mrs. Rosa GarmanTaylorwere NewYear's.Daydinner Rosalie Landa and Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Wayneguests of Betty Rush In Hulett. Garman and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Mrs. Roger Rathbun spent one '~~~ Kreuter and family spent Sunday day the past week visiting at the at a sledding party at the Garman home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Yotmg ranch, at their home near Newell. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rathbun and Jonathan Gerkin of Nisland, RELAX and have your ironing done. Call 283-1767. tin ......................................... ents of a baby boy on Oct. 28. He the group enjoyed a gift opening. OPENING for piano students, weighed 8 lbs. 2 ozs. and has been Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rathbun and children were breakfast guests of nephew of Mrs. Wayne Garnmn, Tim and Kate Bush became par- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Latimer where visited at the Wayne Garman home Sunday. Loll Raber of Gillette called at the Jeff Garman home Sunday fore- Adults welcome. Call 283-1767.named Andrew Mlckle. son, Roger, Randy Rathbun, San- Bodies 18'6" x 8'6" with tfn Paternal grandparents are Dean dra Powery and Trawls, Jennie noonandherchildren, Lincolnand s ........ - ........................................ and Tiny Bush, Hulett and great Rathbun, Mr. and Mrs. SteveYoung Leslie accompanled her home afler ides, 20 6 x 8 6 with 60 TRUCK DRIVERTraining- VI'DIA grandparents are Nell Bush, Buf- and sons, Melody Rathbun, Mr. visiting a week at the G arman 15'3" x 72 Gooseneck Stock certifledforC.D.L. Studentloans falo, WY, and Richard and Mlldred andMrs. KennyRathbunandMr. home. Stock-well Mfg. Co. 1-800- & grants available. Morgan Com- Proctor, Hulett. and Mrs. Jack Latimer were Mary Garman was a New Year's I Year End Specials. munity College, Colorado. Call for Maternal grandparents are Carol Christmas dinner guests at the Day dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Itwc information. 1-800-622-0216. FoxofSteamboatSprlngs, CO, andRogerRathbunhome.Mr.andMrs. Wayne Garman at their home at I twc Bayard Fox, Dubois, WY. Great Latimer and Mr. and Mrs. Roger the Ted Price ranch. laJA~: Sehwinn Air Dyne-_ ........................................ grandmother Is Dorothy Fox, Rathbun spent the afternoon Jody Hertensteln of Rapid City, r and lower body fitness ma- ' AUTO LOANS. Auto dealer will ar- Philadelphia, PA. playing cards. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Stacey Moeller and Kelcl, Gillette , llke new, $500.00. Call Ed range low-cost financing even ff ~@@@~@4,@@@@~@@~4 Young and Ethan, Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Blackford 183-2209. I-2" you've been turned down else- k i i Kenny Rathbun and children, of Sparks, Nevada were Wednes- where.Loanavaflableforbankrupt, Miller Cree RandyRathbunandTravlsPowery day dinner guests and afternoon ,4U~'1"~"m"~l~bJ~.~'~ .L_: ,! "w~"~'T~l ~1 ,~'' bad credit, no credit, no co-sign- ers. Your Job is your credit. Call byOpal Oud In : spent the afternoon sledding. They visitors of Corn Smith and Opal also enjoyed hot chocolate at the Oudin at Opal's ranch home. Mr. Casey, 634-1511. Itwc Kenny Rathbun home. The Steve Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gaines, Mr. Young family were Christmas and Mrs. Roger Rathbun, Casey RENT: Nicely furnished 187,000 WYOMING PEOPLE will December 27, 1992 ready our classified ad ffyou place' Sunday evening, December 20, overnight guests at the Roger Tenke,Powery andRandYTrawlsRathbun'and Mr.SandYand naenL 283-1767. 45tin it in WY-CAN. Sell, buy, announce. Jane Gyhra was a supper guest of Rathbun home. Mrs. Kenny Rathbun and children $99 for 25 words. Contact your Mr. and Mrs. Herman White andMr. and Mrs. Ross Garman, Anna were NewYear's Daydinner guests Dr hotme, 2 bedroom for rent. local newspaper. Itwc Dan. Jane has employment at and Taylor were Saturday dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Latimer. ! person or couple. Phone Devils Tower National Monument. guests of Mr. and Mrs. RoyConzel- Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rathbun and 898. I-2 YTHING YOU NEgD to know Charley and Marlene SchoeppmanandfamilyattheEvansRanch, son. Roger, metMr, and Mrs. Fred is in Wyoming newspapers. Ourwere Wednesday, December 23 Ross Garman took Anna to the Altaffer at the Lazy Y Steakhouse professional staff will read. clip forenoon visitors at the Herman Dave Reynolds home in the evenlng, New Year's Eve where they dined and mail weekly any lie ms of in- White home. Fern Gru bb of Hulett was a and visited together. terest to you. Reasonable rates, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Adema, Thursday forenoon, December24, Dorothea Hlndman of Spearfish, E tcellent service. Call 745-8144. Jordan and Josh Franzen spentvisitor at Opal Oudlns. Cheryl Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Kennedy, Jane i& Foreign Exchange Organi- 1 twc some of the Christmas vacation Wales of Sundance called on Opal Gyhra and Mr. and Mrs. Herman visiting Deb's relatives including Oudin and Corn Smith Saturday White and Dan were New Year's h needs PT counselors. Work students, families, schools. BINOO! 7:30 p.m. on Thursday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. May- afternoon enroute to Shirley dinner guests of Helen Ellard and ng provided, compensation, nights. $280 Jackpot. Sundance nard "Peedt at Marian, N.D. and a Hoese's home. Terry Wlechert at their home in L Benepe, 793 S. 9th St., Senior Center. Everyone welcome, sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gaines went to east Sundance. Arvid Decker and family at Fargo, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Garman's hosted a sledding party r, WY 82420. 1-800-477- N.D. They reported it was very, Canada December l 6 and returned Sunday afternoon. ThoseenJoylng I twc very cold there, twenty below zero the 22nd after attending the wed- sledding and hot dogs included with a strong wind malting the ding of Mrs. Gaines' eldest son, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Garman, Mr. DNAL BANKER. BA in ac- wind chill factor around fifty de- Trover French and Susan Gock at and Mrs. Steve Wood and Clay, Mr. or finance or comparable once, proficient in loans, THE ANNUAL New Year's ResoIu-grees below zero. Ward Adema,the Angllcan Church in Jasper. All and Mrs. Ross Garman and Taylor, ' some operations back- tion ls Lose Weight Nowt And you brother of Harold, took care of the of Mrs. Gaines' famflywere present Mr. and Mrs. Scott Newlin and d. ndresumesto:Nationalcan with SF, Chickweed, AS, chores at home whlle they were in including her other son and fam- family, Dan Taylor. Jeanette Wolfe of Glenrock, PO Box 640,Spirulina, Bromelain, Dleter'sTea, North Dakota. fly, Mr. and Mrs. Grog French and and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold WY/82637 or call 307- safely the herbalway. 1-800-755- Rod Greenwood, Nlcki Mackand 13 month old daughter, AshleyAdema, Jordan and Josh Franzen, M/F EOE. ltwc 9660. ltwc Kristy Foell spent a few days and Elizabeth, the family enjoyed an Mrs. Gene Roberts and children Christmas with the Mack and Foell early Christmas together, and Jonathan Gerkin from South County Memorial Hospl- BANKRUPTCY FROM $79.00. families near Minot, N.D. They Sara Rose Yemington celebrated Dakota. ing Home are now ac- Stops garnishments/collections, arrived there Wednesday and re- her birthday early rids year when Mr. and Mrs. Jack Latimer, Mr. applications for nurses Lets you start over. Self help law turned home Sunday. her family and her friend, Jana and Mrs. Roger Rathbun and Tra- day and night shifts. Get saves you $100's in attorney feesl Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rathbun, BethGreen, shopped in Rapid Clty visPoweryspentNewYear'sEveat applications from the hospl- Divorce $129.00 (uncontested). 1- Elaina and Chesney were Christ- and spent the night December 11 the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny or nursing home or you may800-967-5536. itwc mas Eve dinner guests of Mr. and at the Holiday Inn where they on- Rathbun where they enjoyed Mrs. Jack Latimer. The group all Joyed the pool, Sarah's birthday is playing cards. (307) 283-3501. Applications ......................................... attended Candlelight services at December 24. rbemafledtoCCMH/NH.Attn: Harold Adema and his brother. Voll, Box517, Sundanc:,uWY SINGLES: Meet single people the Lutheran Church in the evening Tom and Lorl Langan went to New Ward. called New Year's Eve at the 29. CCMH/NH is an q al throughout rural America. Cent- and theKennyRathbun familyalso York for Christmas with theirArvie Johnson home at Vista West ortunityemployer. 1-2 dential, reputable, established visited at the home ofMr. andMrs, parents and friends, theyleflhome where a wedding reception was ....................................... plan. Free details. Country Con- Roger Rathbun that evening. December 18. held for Mr. and Mrs. "Be" Rich- nections Newsletter, P.O. BOx 406, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Garman, Anna Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sommers andards who were married that day. - ~ Superior, NE 68978. Itwc Marie and Taylor and Mr. andMrs, son, Edward, spent the Christmas CodyWood, youngest son of Mr. i 8 U S I H E SS " ......................................... Steve Wood, Clay and Cody were vacation with Mrs. Sommers' and Mrs. Steve Wood, spent Sun- , PORTU, 'PP0, U__|_____.____' Beo,e a veterinary assistant/ Christmas dinner guests at Mary mother, C_,ertie Lytle, of near the dayvisitinghisgrandmother.Mary d T H I T I E S care specialist. Home study. Garman's home. Tower Junction. They arrived at Garman, and missing the sledding '~ P.C.D.I., Atlanta, Georgia. Exclt- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Garman Oertle'sDecember23andretumed partybecausehehadchicken-pox. - real estate appraiser, ing careers for animal lovers. Free spent Christmas Eve at Mary to their home in Casper Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gone Griffis were st., 0,000 potential. Home- study, fact-filled literature package. 800- Garman's and were Christmas afternoon. Saturday evening visitors of Mr. .. I .ra professional designation 362-7070 Dept. CA730. ltwc dinner guests of Mrs. Garman's Lacey, Jeremy and LynDee Gar-and Mrs. Roger Rathbun. Mr. and m ugh National CoUege of Ap- __ ....... ms s 1 s 1 s s" parents, the Dan Gerkin's in Belle man spent Wednesday, the 23rdMrs. Jack Latimer spent Saturday 91 ts . p..C D.i.,Aflanta Georg/a. ="" Fourche. Dan Gerkin was able to visiting Sarah, Sam and Will eveningattheRogerRathbunhome hee[ee literature. 8OO-362-7O7O V be home Christmas Day and Mr.Yemington at their home on Miller where they played some cards. 7 8 lePt, ........ ,vT~t. RA730. Itwc . and Mrs. Wayne Garman returnedCreek. December 24th the Yem- Marie Minnlch of Upton and Mr. DOt~" ................................ , s ~. s =~ s ms m sm s .~ m ms m ms e him to Rapid City that night, ington family were invited .to the and Mrs. Vere Aurand of Carllle tul~'~ ro i " WANTED" Fosslls on private p p- Dorothy and Jay Greenwood, JeffGarman home for cookles and were NewYear's Day supper guests of ~ Don't Let Your - - " ...... Bruce Cundy and Ward Adema beverages to help Sarah celebrate of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rathbun and - " Co ... _ erty. coma nave a valuable ed ! mpeutlon Get The .... resource on your land wasting were supper guests and evening her birthday, son, Roger. oump tm zorn , visitors Christmas Eve at Opal Sally, Lee, and Charlie Baker and Dorothy Greenwood took Alice AD away. Call 307-883-2445 If you re Oudin's home with Opal and Cora Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gaines were % )81THE'VERTISE IN THE Ann and Jerry Blackford to Rapid n Smith. The same guests were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. City Thursday where they took a 19 .......................................... Christmas Day dinner guests of and Mrs. Bob Yemlngton and 1:30 p.m. rii~htback to Reno, Ne- Opal and Com. family. Santa brought the Yem- vada. The city of Reno was nearly Mary Garman was a Christmas ington family a new puppy who is snowed under with the recent big !4 Eve supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. named Jerry Lee Yemington, the snowfall there. !iii IJeff Garman and falrdly" Mr" andpuppy is liked very much' Santa Mr" and Mrs" Kenny Rathbun met : b Mrs. JeffGarman and famfly spent was greatll Melody Rathbun and Don Hamm Christmas Day at the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs.. Steve Hllty, Ca]lie in Gillette Saturday evening where and Mrs. Mark Bunney and family and Alec went to Cleveland, Ohio they dined at Boot Hill. Elaina and in Gillette. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald for the Christmas vacation and Chesney Paul Rathbun spent the Bunney of near Aladdin and all of holidays. They also went to the night with their Rathbun grand- their family also spent Christmas eastcoastwheretheyvisitedother parents. Day at the Mark Bunney home. relatives and came back to Clove- Jay and Gloria Cooper of Sun- Jeremy Garman remained at theland recently, danceandGeraldand PatsyBunny of near Aladdin were Sunday lun- cheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Garman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keffer and sons of Gillette were Sunday luncheon guests and afternoon visitors of the Kenny Rathbun family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman White wls- Red Cora Smith and Opal Oudln Sunday afternoon at Opal's ranch home. HAPPY NEW YEARH! Selective Service News Young men who will turn 26 in 1993 will be reaching an impor- tant milestone, according to the Selective Service System. Beginning on Jan. I, 1993, men born In 1967, who were required to register with Selective Service in 1985, will be turning 26 and will no longer be eligible for induction should a draft be reinstituted. Selected Service officials warned that, with few exceptions, a man who fails to register before turning 26 wlll permanently forfeit his eli- gibility for certain programs such as federal student aid, Job train- ing, and most federal employment in addition to facing possible prosecution as a felon. Some states also require registration for state student aid, entrance to state- supported colleges and universi- ties, state employment, and per- mission to practice law. Selective Service does not have the authority to accept late regis- tratlons after a man reaches his 26th birthday. Men age 18 through 25 who have not yet registered can avoid the risk of prosecution and loss of eligibility by registering promptly at any local post office. Failure to register is a felony punishable by a fine of up to $250,000, up to five years in prison, or both. A man is exempt from registering while he is on full-time active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces. Cadets and midshipmen at the service academies are included in the ex- emption. Members of the National Guard and Reserve Forces not on full-time active duty must register ungess they have reached age 26 or are already registered. Lawfully admitted nonimmlgrant aliens (for example, those on visi- tor or student visas and members of diplomatic or trade missions and their families) are not required to register. Parolees and refugees who are aliens residing In this country must register. Those who are unable to register due to circumstances beyond their control -- for example, those who are hospitalized. Institutionalized or incarcerated -- do not have to register until they are released. After release, they have 30 days In which to register. Handicapped men who live at home must regis- ter ff they are reasonably able to leave the home and go Into a public place. A friend or relative may help a handicapped man fill out the form if he Is unable to do so by himself. Black Hills Stock 8how and Youth Day Information is available in the Extension Office on the 1993 Black Hills Stock Show Youth Day. Entry blanks must be received or post- marked no later than January 12, 1993 and no late entries will be accepted. They must be mailed to: Pennington County Extension Service, 601 Centre Street, Rapid City, SD 57701. The Stock Show itself begins January 29 and the Youth Show will be January 30. Youth Day activities are scheduled as follows with time, event and place: 7:30 a.nL-Llvestock Judging Registration, Theater Lobby; 8:00 a.m.-12 p.m.-Scholarshlp Inter- views, Room 201; 8:00 a.m.-Beef Cook-Off (All Day), Central High Home Ec. Room; 9:00 a.m.-Llve- stock Judging Begins, Central States Falrgrounds; 1 I:00 a.m.- Horse Bowl Check In, Theater Lobby; 11:30 a.m.-Burger Bust, BHHS Office; i2:00 noon-Horse Bowl, 200 Rooms; 2:00 p.m.-Dog Show & Play Day Reg, BHHS Of- rice; 2:30 p.m.-Dog Show & Play Day Begins, lower W Concourse of Arena. 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