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ycare) 3,E I, JANUARY 20, 1994 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 7 $11,4~~ HIRING: Part-time or full-time RN AA MEETS MONDAYS - 8 p.m. CARD OF THANKS 8th.grade girls + 19,3~ ~ or LPN at Crook County Public Sundance Senior Center, north We would llke to take thls time to $a'~l~I Health. Duties will include lmmu- entrance, fin thank all of the people who held spht cage tilts ~R BALE: ~ nization, home health and public ......................................... such a place in the life of Nellie 4 Ist and 2nd education. Salary will depend on A RESPONSIBLE BABY-SITtER, Newlinandinthellvesofherfamily. Coach Greta Crawford's Sun- dance eighth grade girls basketball ~tralght alfalfa, good leafy experience and degree. Applica- who is great with kids! CPR and We would llke to thank Prairie team stopped Moorcroft in an 'nance ~Ifa-brome grass, mixed tions due by January 21, 1994. Red Cross certified. Call 283-1897 Home Health for their care and opening game last weekend in a I grasses and big straw Call 283-I 142 for more informs- and ask for Kenda Fuhrmann. comfort. _]I in blg round bales and tlon. EOB. 52-3 tfn We would especially llke to thank pre-season tourney at MoorcroR l'$tO~o We deliver. Call 605- HELP---W~TED~---C-ook/aIde ~~'--~'~r~,~ and extend our heart to those who and then dropped its second game I,t-" r605-347-3257. 52-2 needed immediately at Sunclance ~ M I SC= ~ work and llve at the Crook County to a strong Wright team. Equip. Nursing Home. You did such a The Sundance girls trailed o.~E: Used Fisher wood Kids DayCare Center. Contact283- ~ ~ extraordinary Job of making Gram ~)ubledoor. Call 283-2345 2526. 3-4 ~,4req,~r~,~,~z,#e~,~,,a,~,~ and her family comfortable and 1,22)3_3_3951 nights, tfn ......................................... ACAREERIN A YEAR as a pro- feelingat home. l,v~I_._ ......... SCRUB TECHNOLOGIST. River- fessional hair designer. Next class We would also llke to thank all aance acute care facility, is seeking ap- plicants with 2-3 years of hospital scrub experience which includes: General, orthopedic, urology and OB/GYN surgery. Requires excel- lent communication skills. Position is full-time including stand-by call. STEEL Arch Buildings, ton Memorial Hospital, a 70-bed starting Jan. 25, 1994. For an the staff and Dr. Villano at the vas $7400, now $4921; application for enrollment and ras $I 1,900, now $7729; further details, contact Laura at ras $16,000, now $ I 1,940: the College of Cosmetology, 307- , Was$24,900 now$17,400; 682-0242. ...................... .1-3._ ' :ected. Can Deliver 1-800- AIDS -- Questions or concerns? 4~ I0. 4 Call Casper-based Wyomlng AIDS I~ 2-3* Project. For confidential informa- ................................ Contact Human Resources, 2100 tion and referral, call toll free, I- LE: 1981 Detrolter, 16x65, W. Sunset, Riverton, WY 82501. I- 800-675-2698; 237-7833. Write 2: am, fireplace, baywindow, 800-967-1646. EOE. M-F. Itwc P.O. Box 9353, Casper, WY82609. tub; 1974 Meta Mora, - ........................................ :'~ ltwc 3 bedroom, front kitchen. POSTAL And Government Jobs. tance obile Homes 1-800-334- $23 hour. Now hiring No expert- 8( _ 2-3 ence or high school needed. For 41 kT= k._- ............................. application and information, call I' ffL.'~l~y~ Elizabeth Waters today: 1-800-558-6545. Itwc ,~o,--~ Croft Mobile Home ......................................... b~ 1979 Olds Delta, 4 door. ENTRY LEVEL and Assistant ~qprd FR50, 4x4, Diesel. Call Managers. Northwest Wyoming I,~I or 918-838-0638 2 5 3,541 ..... - Wendy's franchise now accepting applications for management op- lifE: 130 ton second cutting portunities. Competitive salary, 3~ hay, 1000 pounds large incentive bonus programs, medi- 20% protein, Sundance cat benefits, paid vacation. For 3(~ d1283-3253. 3-6* consideration, send resume to: ................................. Gary Smith, Director of Human LOANs. Everyone needs a Resources, 1011 N. 8th St., alp SOmetime. Auto dealer ~ Irlgelow-costflnancingeven Tacoma, WA 98403. Itwc .......................................... e been turned down else- 55 i~t navailableforbankrupt, EASY WORK1 Excellent Pay, As- .........., semble products at home. Call toll $14.86 It nocred/t iNto co ~ig?~0 ' - free: 1-800-467-5566, ext. 11624. { ~ is your credit Cal - Itwc 814,8~ )&N. ltwc .......................................... ................................. AUTO TECHNICIAN Honda-Isuzu ~a]tt /.GENERATORS. Unlim- pllcatlons. The newest a2d ~bractical Way to harness - t~s ~gY" Ask your local dealer or ~00-598-8535 Pedrin, Inc. light t~ wanted. " ...... itwc less Bale: 1,400 sq. R. Ranch sks. , large kitchen. ~sudden utility and sewing ly remodeled, , glare. ,r dealership. Two year's experience, paid vacation, uniforms, health insurance, 401 K plan. Send re- sume to McCarty Honda-lsuzu, 2102 S. 15th, Laramie, WY 82070. Itwc ......................................... global understanding, and travel. HELP WANTED: Cashier. Days, Expenses paid. Full training pro- evenings, weekends. Apply in per- vided. Call 1-800-44-SHARE. son to Dave Hurd at Hurd's Tex- Itwc DANISH BOY 17, anxiously awaiting host family. Enjoys sports, reading. Other Scandinavian, Eu- ropean high school students ar- rivingAugust. Call Jade (307) 527- 7042 or 1-800-SIBLING. ltwc ......................................... BECOME A REAL ESTATE Ap- praiser. High earnings. Home study. Earn professional designa- tion through national college of appraisal. P.C.D.I., Atlanta, Geor- gia. Free literature. 800-362-7070, dept. RA73002. Itwc ......................................... BECOME A PARALEGAL. Join America's fastest-growing profes- sion. Lawyer-lnstructed home study. Choice of specialty programs offered. P.C.D.I., Atlanta, Georgia. Free catalogue. 800-362-7070, dept. LA73002. I twc ......................................... INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER Needed. EF Foundation seeks ;'ol- unteer to coordinate international high school exchange program. Opportunity to work with, young people, explore new cultures, help hospital for all the genuine care they gave to Gram and her family. Your kindness and generosity of spirit will always be remembered. We hold you dearly. 'And we certainly want to thank Elvin Rush and crew. When we so desperately needed you - you were there. The families of Nellie Newlin Russell & Pat Newlin and Family Betty Wurts Lorraine & Ted Bradley and Family JoAnn & Ron Kenyon and Family CARD OF THANKS Thank you to all my friends in the Sundance area for your kindness and sympathy concerning the re- cent loss of my husband. Special thanks to Jill Hartman for yodr frlendship, thoughtfulness, and understanding at a time when it was needed most. Marianne Duncan "rh.~c M., d,.ny l'r,.,,- ,h.no l;." ,,lh,,r,~ d,'.~,.rve il ni,fl l'.r lh,'m~,.is,,.~. --M.'aha,. I,i,w.h~ Moorcroft 12-II at halftime but came from behind in the second haft to nail down the victory. Jayme Dark and Brittany Isemlnger each had 5 points while Michelle Gels and Jill Rschetter each added four Mandi Peters had 2 points and Ailssa Fuhrmann I. In the Wright game, Alissa Fuhr- mann led Stmdance with 4 points. SHS girl cagers post 2-0 record The 5th ranked Sundance Lady Bulldogs started their season in impressive fashion as they defeated IA perennial power Kaycee 58-53 and Midwest 38-36. Sonya Haler lead the Bulldogs with 16 points. Misty Palmer fol- lowed with 13 and Lara Reinecke with 11. Michelle Newlin added 8 nie Drake 2 and Shannon Thomp- son 2. On Saturday, the Lady Bulldogs had a close game with Midwest. They came out on top with the score 38-36. Scorers were: tara Reinecke 13, Misty Palmer 8, Michelle Newlin 6, Stephanie Drake 5, Sonya Haler 2, alongwithToniMignery6,Stepha- Toni Mlgnery 2, and Shannon Thompson 2. Bulldogcagers toppleKaycee On Friday, January 14 the Sun- dance Bulldogs traveled to Kaycee to defeat the homestanding~, Buckaroos 84-45 to run their record to 4-2. The Bulldogs were led by Kevin Blakeman with 19 points. Jason Farver added 17 points and nine rebounds. JeffCampbell added 14 points and 12 rebounds, Coy McLaughlin added 14 points and Wes Duvall 11 points and 8 boards. Toby Gorsuch added 5. Clay Marchant and Travls Livingston had 2 each. Sundance finished the game with 32 of 82 from the field for 39% and 18 of 23 from the line for 78.2%. The Bulldogs out re-bounded Kaycee 54-27 and committed 14 TD's. The next games for Sundance are: Friday with Wright at 5:00/6:45/ 8:00 and Saturday at Lusk at 1:00/ 2:30/4:00. Hulett-Sundance matmen "have heavy,, action The Hulett/Sundance wrestling team had a busy week following Christmas break. The team lost to system, patio, fenced aco. 2-3 ......................................... Newcastle, 35-27, on Jan. 6, and Pavilllon. $38,500. 307- " ........................................ 187,OOO WYO]~[NO People will beat Midwest/Kaycee on the 7. read your classified ad If you place It in WY- CAN. Sell. buy, announce. 109 for 25 words. Contact your local newspaper. 1,we ......................................... EVERYTHING YOU NEED to know is in Wyoming newspapers Our professional staff will read, clip and mail weekly any items of In- terest to you. Reasonable rates, excellent service. Call 7458144. Itwc The past weekend SHS wrestlers placed third at the Lead tourna- ment, taking eight of our varsity wrestlers and placed seven of them. At 119 pounds. Ronnie Waugh went 3-0, beating Hall from Dou- glas 20-9, Graveman from Lead 6- 1, and Cazer from Belle Fourche 9- 5 for the championship to finish first. At 130 pounds, Parker Shoun BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BUILDINGS Winter Sale. atrast In Engineer certified. using $4,285; 40x50xl 2, tion to ; 40X60x14, $7,735; 14, $9,090; 60x80x16, ment to Direct. 4,000+ ?e. ures. 800-327- EARN MORE MONEY. Learn: Which jobs have the best future, where they are, easily better your job skills, + much more infor. 1- 800-221-5326, ext. 2. Itwc I twc ......................................... finish in the championships. At 135 pounds, Jeremy Sherrard went 1-2, beaUng Garland from Gillette 12-10, losing to Hall from Douglas 11-1, and losing to Pierce from Belle Fourche 4-2. At 140 pounds, Merle Johnson went 2-I, losing to D. Bifulco, Douglas, 9-6, pinning T. Blfulco from Custer in I: 17, and pinning Nixon from Belle Fourche in 4:08 to finish 3rd. At 152 pounds, Seen Fowlkes went 3-0, beating Mollman from lead, 15-0, beating Johnson from Custer II-8, and beating Brldestine from Gillette 10-8 in overtime in the championship to At 171 pounds, C.R. McCoy went 2-2, beating Meier from Douglas 18-I, losing to Harvey from Lead I0-0, beating Huth from Custer 8- 5, and losing to Nehl from Belle Fourche 5-2 finishing 4th. At 189 pounds, Alan Ista went 3- 0, pinning Potter from Gillette in 1:44, pinning Groset from Lead in 48 seconds, and pinning Long of Sturgls in 3:57 in the champion- ships to finish first. Heavyweight, Brad Merchant, went 2- I, pinning Harvel from Lead in 1:31, pinning Pickett from St- urgis in I: 18, losing to Austin of Belle Fourche by pin in 3:03 in the championship match to finish BARB'S VARIETY FOR SALE. Itwc went 3-0, beating Locke of Upton Business of 17 years in Pinedale .......................................... 20-3, Limbo from Sturgis 8-7, and ghts Lthoioglst. private practice , degree required. ~ ~Upervislon. Contact n bright unlCare. Cheyenne, WY ~81. 2-3*" WANTED ]sps. needed In the Sundance - area. If you like and to teenagers, enjoy about other cultures cOUld Use supplemental ms, this may be th~ nlty you've beg For Info. call Jade 20,27 Owner wishes to retire. 307-367- 2709. Itwc EXCELLENT INCOME Opportu- nity. Minimum Investment re- quired. Set your own hours Im- mediate income! Training provided. Call 1-800-447-2935 or 307-682- 7200. I twc FOR SALE: WORLD FAMOUS LODORE Supper Club in beautiful downtown Story, Wyoming offered by Balkenbush Real Estate, 159 W. Loucks, Sheridan, Wyoming. (307) 672-9732. Jim 683-2450. BANKRUPTCY from $79 Stop garnishments/collections and start overt Divorce $149 (uncon- tested). Complete document preparation. No attorneys, Just honest prices and fast, courteous service. 1-800-967-5536. ltwc ......................................... ADOPTION: Warm New England couple seeks white infant. Let us help you by providing secure home " Itwc with stay-at-home morn. Call .......................................... Sandy and Kent at 1-800-675- .... ~'-~ ~-~ 5457 ........ ltwc SERVICES ......................................... LOVINO, ACTIVE COUPLE want _~.= ~=~,~ ~ =A~ ~ =_~._~ to adopt a baby[ Stay-at-home SNOW REMOVAL - sidewalks, mom. Warm home with lots of trees driveways. Also oddjobs. Cai1283- and grass waiting to share toys, 2719. 50-I-27 books, and laughter. Call to talk: Apart-timemaid. - ............ r ........................... Pare and Bob, 1-800-793-4218. at the Arrowhead WHISPERING PINES Painting & Itwc 3~4 Janitorial Services. Commercial, - ........................................ Residential, 283-3957. tfn GIV~YOURS~The Sports Edge. is not tempo-Bible or liable whatsoever for any by an ad in this newspaper or for any of the ~rvie~s, or opportunities offered by our advertisers. The content is the sole responsibility of the advert/set. We or promote the purchase or sale of any set-vies, eompany or individual that chooses to advertise and we reserve the right to refuse any/all we deem inappropriate or unacceptable by our this newspaper reserves the right to edit, or locate advertisement under whatever heading we decide classlfloatlons may contain ads for consarvatlon or recorded tha use of telephones. Calls to such numbers result In to the calling phone number. These telephone related servicas s and are regulated by the Federal Communications Complaints may be directed to the FCC, 1919 M Street NEW., OC 20SS4. recommends that you Investigate every phase of opPortunltlas. We suggest you consult your own ellorney and it free Pamphlet or fras further illformatlon from ths company the offer before Investing any money. Or you may contact ths General,s Office, 123 Capitol Bldg., Cheyenne, WY 82002 (307) Sports entertainment line. 1-900- 884-9204, ext. 17995. $2,99 per minute. Must be 18years. Pro-Call Co. 602-954-7420. Itwc ADOFrIONI California couple, professional, Christian, young, with much love and security, wishes to adopt baby. We can help with all expenses. Completely le- gal. LindaKay collect (209) 834- 3421. Itwc ......................................... CARD O1 We wish to thank the Sheriffs Department for their kindness, consideration and help the nlghtof January 15. Three Grateful Women from Upton Percy from Lead 6-2 for a first place finish first. second. Open houses are being planned on Minuteman study The National Park Service is currently conducting a Special Resource Study to examine the feasibility for preserving several deactivated Minutemen It missile facilities associated with Ellsworth Air Force Base near Rapid City, South Dakota. Two open houses will be held later this month for the purpose of informing the public about the project and to give the public the opportunity to share their Ideas, The open houses will be held on Jan. 25 and 26 from 6 p.m. to I0 p.m. in the towns of Wall and Rapid City. The locaUon of the Jan. 25 meeting will be the Wall Commu- nity Center, located on Main St. across the street from Wall Drug. The meeting on the 26th will be held at the Alex Johnson Hotel in the Yesterdays room. Crook County Nursing Home On the 12th of January Janet Conzelman was in to see Annie Bears and Effle Conzelman. Also Sylvia Orcutt was in to see Lorena AItaffer and Edna Vaughn and Tammy Beasley was in to see Janie SUe Jones Pat and Booie Dirks were in to see Gilda Dirks, Gabby Solberg and Pat Regans on the 13th. On January 15 Richard and Irene Snlder were in to visit Edna Vaughn, Fritz Chaff/eld and Gabby Solberg. SherryVlckera was in also to v/slt Janie Sue Jones. On the 16th Harold and Cindy Mlllard were in to visit Annie Bears D I In to visit his grandparents, Gerald and Uuetta Joy. U cate IIIIII I J I I III Fritz Chatfleld has had the fol- lowing visitors, on the 9th Marvin Massey, on the 10th Chipper and Margery Chatfleld, on the 12th, Arlene Taylor and on the 15th, Richard and Irene Snider. Thank you goes out to Dommay Blakeman for the donation ofbingo quarters, the Vaughn family for the clothing donation and also the Updike family for the clothing do- nation. A two and one half table Howell movement was played at Dupli- cate Bridge on January I I. Donna Allen and Harold Bernd placed first. Howard Allen and Don Heinzen were in second place and Ethel Sharp and Pat Heinzen were third. Take a break ..... Read the Classifieds. You~l be surprised at what your1 flndll WHAT:. Sundance Community Sale WHEN: Feb. 6, 1994 - 1:oo p.m. WHERE: Crook County Fairgrounds Sundance, WY We will s.t~wt our 1994 auction schedule with a Commumty Consignment Sale on February 6th. . . We will be taking all types of conmgnments (clean out those attics, garages, or whatever). CONSIGN EARLy FOR ADVERTISING (AD DEADLINE JANUARY 24TH) To Consign or forMore Information Call 283,2113 or 283-2066 ADEMA