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MARCH 29, 1990 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 7 CL IF'lED ADS sure to get FOR SALE 1974 Suburban 4x4, Condition, has everything. 12-13" WOOD SALES are taking orders Pine - $55 a delivered in Sundance. 47tfn SALE: 198,4 3/4 ton 4WD Silverado pkg. 350 V-8, axle, 4-sp. manual. 59,600. $8500. Call 283-1991 12-13" SALE: HARDWICK elec- stove and Tread Mobile just for walking and watching Call 283-1213. 12-13 in Buffalo Chip Call now, big dis- :-3933. 12-16" SALE: Walk-in cooler with Call 283-2683. 13-15" FOR SALE. AYCOCK Private Treaty. Quality, High Pe-- Easy Calving, Fertil- Come Out and Look Over! 55 East. Pavillion Pavillion, WY. Ranch - 632, Bob Bessey. Office - Don Aycock ltwc SUPERSALE. 350 $795, 454 Chevy $1095, $898, 302 Ford $875. models in stock. Quality d longblocks with Year/50,000 mile guarantee. delivery. EDWARDS Cheyenne, 1-800-438- b. ltwc complete liquidation - Insurance Company. March 31st, 10 a.m., Hundreds of items- copiers, calculators, equipment, beautiful Laramie Auction 307- ltwc t SALE: Trenches: Vermeer 1988 200 Hrs. Excellent T-600D's 1981, 1982, Ditch witches R100, R30, Case DH5. 303- ltwc Marschalk Estate Farm March 31, 10 a.m., Tractors, farm and vehicles, tools, household, Auctioneer: John PP, 307-237-8101. ltwc with the Wyoming Games, team or one per- Pack horse races. Exciting Big purses. For informa- Casper, 237-8467 or ltwc Discounts: Chicks, ducks, geese, guineas, birds, hatching eggs, supplies. Write: Box 370, Kansas 67124 for free ltwc Bolt-up Steelframe Engineer Stamped 4,00 + Sizes, 12, $5,538; 40x60x14, 50x60x14, $7,692; 14, $9,124; 60x100x16, DEALER INQUIRIES FREE BROCHURES, ltwc Travel Trailer 89 Yellow- 34' stock iCWC02. Re- $18,900, sale price Jerry's RV of Chey- ltwc Sheridan, Wyom- April 20-22, Holiday Inn Center; 1-25 and US ar information call 307- 307-672-6719. ltwc Wyoming Angus Sale Riverton Yard March 29, 1990. 25 two 80 yearlings. or catalog con- 868-2595. 1two FOR SALE * Box Springs and Mattress * Formica Tables Desks Nightstands Coffee Tables Reg. Headboards * Asst. Chairs & Lamps SURPLUS FURNITURE from BEAR LODGE Motel "1611 Suudsnce FOR SALE: 8X12 ft. storage shed to be moved. $500. Can be seen at 630 Ryan or call 283- 1356. lltfn FOR RENT FOR RENT: 40-acre country home, barn, hayfield. 5 miles northwest of Hulett. $300 me. Contact Don Stehman, P.O. Box 8376, Jackson, Wyo. 83001. 13-16" HOUSE FOR RENT. Fenced yard. Also trailer space. Call 283-3201. 12-13" FOR RENT: Large private trailer parking, has trees. Ph. 283-1318. 11-14" APARTMENT FOR RENT. Utilities furnished. Phcne 283- 1767. 30tfn FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart- ment. Call 283-2812 or 283- 2032. 12tfn NOTICE The Sundance Housing Authority is now accepting applications for rental of units at the elderly housing project. Equal Housing Opportunity. CALL 283-3450 TV COMMERCIALS. No Age Limit, for Application, Casting info, your area (404) 861-6888 Ext. T455. 12-13" ACT IN TV COMMERCIALS. High Pay - No Experience .... All ages, kids, teems young adults. families, matare people, animals, etc. Call now! Charm Studios 1-800 837-1700 Ext. 9641. 4tfn ATTENTION: EASY WORK EXCELLENT PAY! Assemble products at home. Details. (1) 602-838-8885 Ext. W-4632. 12-15" RN's - full-time day shift open- ings in Long-Term Care setting. Responsible for nursing care of elderly residents and Supervis- ion of Non-licensed personnel. Wyoming Professional Nurse Licensure required. Salary range $9.76 to $14.56 per hour with complete benefits package. Contact: Director of Nursing, Wyoming Retirement Center, 890 Hiway 20 South, Basin, WY 82410.307-568-2431. EOE. ltwc BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES RENT BY MONTH or percent- age a competely equipped tire store, front end allignment equipment included. Building will accommodate all vehicles from cars to semi's. Excellent location off 1-90 exit near the port of entry. For more infor- mation contact the Sundance Trade Center, E. Highway 14, P.O. Box 1130, Sundance, Wyoming 82729, phone {307} 283-2626 or fax {307) 283-2628. 13-14 OWN A CHEMICAL COM- PANY. Hospitals, hotels, schools and every other bus- iness needs chemicals Success- ful chemical company in Salt Lake City desires a sister company in Wyoming. I will completely train, provide all it takes to make you successful. If you want to own a chemical company, call Chris at 601-486- 6451 between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. 30K. ltwc LOOKING TO START, move or expand a business? Chec; out the merchants outlet concept at the Sundance Trade Center. All services available: secretarial, bookkeeping, phone, fax, com- puter and mailing lists. Ware- house, showroom or booth space available. Rent by square foot or percentage, utilities in- Personal ADOPTION: Warm, loving couple desires to adopt infant child Will pay all hospital and medical expenses. Please tele- phone 307-733-1191, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. weekdays, ltwc ADOPTION. Happily married professional couple with one a&,pted son now 10 year old wodld like to adopt another child. Please call attorney collect. {408) 288-7100. A-277. ltwc CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our heart- felt appreciation to everyone for the prayers, offers of help, cards, flowers, food, calls and memorial gifts. Our thanks to Rev. Karnes, Shirley Hamel, Cheryl Wales and Connie Hannah for the corn- comforting services and to the United Methodist Women for the lunch. A special thank you to Dr. Villano and all the staff of Crook County Nursing Home for the loving care given our mother and grandmother the past two years. Your caring vnd sharing has warmed our hearts. The Family of Reta Duca CARD OF THANKS I want to thank Mr. Kahler and all the members of the SHS and SJHS band and chorus for a wonderful evening of entertain- ment at t[,eir pops concert. The special guest entertainment was great, too. The young people did a superb job and all are so talented. Also the lighting effects were just right. I look forward to your next concert. In appreciation, Helen Snell CARD OF THANKS Jim and Karen Hutcilinson, Rock Springs, are the parents of their first child, a son born March 2 at Sweetwater County Memorial Hospital in Rock Springs. The baby boy, named Orin James, weighed 7 lbs. 2V2 ozs. Maternal grandparents are Reynard and Alice Mills, rural Sundance, and the paternal grandparents are J.R. and Treva Hutchinson, Green River. Maternal great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Mills Jr., Hulett. Louise Thompaon, Detroit, Mich., is the paternal great grandmother. March 26, 1990 A chimney fire was reported about 4:00 a.m. the morning of March 23 at the Ted Parson residence by Mr. Parson. He reports some structure value and smoke damage was done. Basically, with the help of John Konantz, they extinguished the fire with cups of water. Mrs. Parsons and their two children were not at home as they accompanied her father to Oregon this past week to visit her grandmother. Billie Thomas is opening a new business on Main Street on April 2 which will be known as "Beauty For All Seasons {Color Alliance). The independent color consultant is located in the Red Canyon Building on Main Street, which is owned by the Stockman. She will be holding free up-dates in conjunction with Crystal Sherrard of the People Place. Effie Jolley kept her eye appointment in Spearfish on Wednesday and also in Rapid City the following day. Her son- in-law, Art Burbage, took her on Thursday to ,Rapid despite the bad, stormy weather Her HELP WANTED: Permanent cluded. In the city limits, near We would like to thank every- daughter, Donna, remained at full-time caretaker; Housing I-9Cex4t. , For more information one for their many acts of loving home to tend to the chores. On provided. Please end resume call,';Hte:':oi" (fa Sudan.'r"';mathy during Jtii" 'l/n '' FridaY.' they came "t'town to and list of references to Sand TrFid Center, E Highway 14, bereavement It made our loss attend to business and lunch at Creek Country Club, P.O. Box P.O. Box 1130, Sundance, much easier to accept, the Little Wrangler. 282, Beulah, Wyoming 82712. 13-14 HELP WANTED: Pipefitters, iron workers, roustabouts. Send resume to Westcon Ind., P.O. Box 1735, Bismarck, N.D. 58502. Ph. 701-222-0076. 13-15 TEXAS REFINERY CORP. offers PLENTY OF MONEY plus cash bonuses fringe bene- fits to responsible individual in-: Sundance area. Regardless of, experience, write W.K. Pate,: Texas Refinery Corp., Box 711, ii Ft. Worth, TX 76101. It HELP WANTED: Produce per- son. Contact Charles Jones at Decker's Food Center, Sun- dance, 283-3155. lt, FOOD SERVICE MANAGER. Licensed 90-bed state-owned long-term care skilled nursing facility located in Basin, WY is in search of a food service manager. B.S. degree in the area of food and nutrition or equivalent is preferred. Pros- pective candidates should have work experience in a hospital or a long-term skilled nursing facility. Experience in budget- ing and Cost-cxmtrol is manda- tory. Minimum requirements include compIetion of course work at H.S. level plus five years of full-time work exper- ience in the preparation and serving of food at a large institution including three years with management or supervis- ory responsibilities. Salary ranges from $1645 to $2044 per month. Applications may be picked up at any Wyoming state agency and are due by April 2, , 1990. Applications should be,  sent to: State of Wyoming, : Department of Administration, & Fiscal Control, Personnel. Division, Emerson Bldg., 2001 Capitol Ave., Cheyenne, WY 82002. EOE.' ltwc TRUCK DRIVERS. Find out about J.B. Hunt's MPG (money per gallon) fuel bonus. 1-800-, 643-3331. EOE. Subject to drug scr.en. .... Itwc !. PLICATIONS )RE being accepted by Keyhole Country Club for a clubhouse manager j and a greenskeeper for the 1990, golf season. Applications must be in by April 15. For more information, call 756-9651 or 756-9527. 12-13 i TIMES WANT ADS , DO GET RESULTS Wyoming 82729, Phone {307) John, Phyllis, Tom, Lenora, 283-2626, Fax {307) 283-2628. J.D., Jess, Dee & Tara Queen 13-14 Paul, Sadie & Albert Sperb & family BUCK UP YOUR INCOME! Ken & Kathy Leitner Well established vending business s,,eks investors for CARD OFTHANKS prime routes in your area. Call Thanks to the Crook County 24hours. 1-800-695-1113. ltwc Homemaker Clubs. Both the Give and Gain Club and the Inyan Kara Club have contri- qt,t,t,,t, buted baby comforters to the WANTED Sheriff's Office. These baby blankets are donated through .'.'qk','ql''' each club effort, to be used in case of an auto accident or other ANTLERS: All kinds, fill con- injuries sustained by small ditions. Also homed cow, children. sheep, buffalo skulls. Don Lee, Most always a child needs to 283-3797. 11-20" be covered by a warm blanket if injured to keep the body heat in so the shock is not so severe. '> The clubs have told us that if MISG .  the blankets become soiled or lost, they will replace them. We  how have three blankets and I ' wish to take this opportunity to thank the Homemaker Clubs in $5,000 GOLD CARD. No Crook County for being so deposit. No credit check. Cash thoughtful in trying to make a advances! Free $80 gift certifi- bad situation better. The cate. Also fast, easy VISA/MC, blankets are very pretty and no deposit. Free infol 1(800) well made. 677-3038, anytime, ltwc Thank you. -- -- Ronald H. Pulse A WONDERFUL FAMILY Crook County Sheriff EXPERIENCE. Australian, European, Scandinavian, CARD OF THANKS Japanese High School Ex- Thank You to "ALL" change r Students Arriving in I wish to thank Sundance August. Become a Host Family/ Lodge #9 A.F & A.M. for haul- American Intercultural Student ing chairs and returning chairs Exchange. Call 1-800-SIBLING. for Cecil Crago's funeral, for ltwc the lovely music and songs. I ---- want to thank the Lodge for Notice to all General Contract- Masonic graveside services at ors. Kenny's Painting Service. Black Hills National Cemetery 24 hour service for deadline pro- by aid of Sundance Lodge #9 jects. Finest custome finish A.F & A.M. members; also available. Consulting, insured, Raymond Dennis for his excel- references. State-wide service., lent work. 307-754-5961. ltwc I want to thank Electa ------ Chapter #50.E.S. and Jobies ATTENTION: POSTAL JOBSI for the food and fellowship after Start $11.41/hourl For appli- our return from the cemetery. cation info call I {602) 838-8885, I need to thank everybody for Ext. M-11045, 6 a.m.- 10 p.m., all the sympathy cards, flowers 7 days. ltwc and all other deeds of kindness, ---- whoever you were. NEED A BABYSITTER? A Sincerely and fraternally responsible person who is good {F.R.) Frank Crago with kidsl CPR certified. Call 283-1897 and ask for. Kenda x ....... ",$ ,1111xi WHISPERING FINES' Painting & anitorial Services, Commer- cial, Residential, 283-3957. *tIn The highest denomination ----,--- coin is a $2,500 Bahamian Simple asA BC gold coin containing a Always Buy Classifieds pound of 22 carat gold. The N.E. Wyo. Antique Club met in the school lunch room Sunday at 2:00 p.m. with Jack Wolfskill, chairman, presiding over the meeting. Other officers present were: Merle Wolfskill, secretary and Stanley Davidson, treasurer. Board of directors present were Merle Sisson and Larry Davidson. Plans for the. second annual show were dis- cussed. A centennial theme is of interest. The next meeting is scheduled for May 6 at 2:00 p.m. The meeting adjourned and refreshments were served. Winter returned with a ven- gence ushering in spring. Un- official highs were reported only in the teens and low twentys on the 22nd and 23rd. A low of 5 degrees was .reported on Satur- day a.m. from one source. Sat- urday dawned clear and chilly with warming temperatures by noon reaching 30 degrees. Snow accumulations were about four inches. The combined Young People's Choir and Adult Choir will feature an Easter Concert program at the First Baptist Church in Hulett at the 11:00 a.m. service on April 15. A newly composed Easter song will be sung, being interspersed with the Easter story as read by four narrators (representing Mathew, Mark, Luke and John). Choir and congregation will conclude the program by the singing of ',The Hallelujah Chorus". Marilyn Knap'p celebrated her birthday March 13 and 14 starting off Witha card shower given to her at the Senior Citizens on the 13th. The follow- ing day, which was her date, she was treated to lunch at the Ponderosa by Wendy Knapp, joining them were her mother, Marian Long, and Louise Coker. That evening her husband, Jerry, treated her to supper with Marian joining them as well as ,T,J. Miehels, whose birthday was also being cele- brated. Audrey Ebsen accompanied by Reva King and John Wood journeyed to Billings on Friday to the home of John's daughter and husband, Shirley Jones. Audrey planned to continue on to Red Lodge to visit Linda Spangler and children. They plan to return home on Monday. Evertt Black escaped serious injury when he tipped a loader over at the Henry Neiman Mill on Thursday. According to owner, Henry Neiman, not a great amount of damage was done to the machine. Fred and Karen Pannell and children Andy and Jill of Chey- enne arrived the 10th of March to visit at the Bill Pannell home. Callie, Casey and Shayla Gordon from Spearfish were also visiting. On Sunday, all attended church services and later were joined by Peggy and Jim Gordon from Spearfish, Jim and Kenny Pannell, the Everett Heinerts, Alberta Bush, and Lucy Jones for dinner at the Hulett Care. The Fred Pannells returned home on Tuesday and the Gordon girls remained all week. On Thursda:, Jim Gordon came out again and helped finish the new shop at Bill Pannells. The census forms have been mailed out to every household and you are asked to hold them until an enumerator calls for them. Laura Allen is the crew leader. Other workers in this area are Sandi Neiman, Velma Brandenburg, Diane Huven and Ellen Griffis. The census Bureau is totally confidential, according to the source. Thelma Mertz and Dorothea Hindman of Spearfish took advantage of the spring-like day March 20 to drive to Sundance and on over to Hulett where they dined at the Ponderosa Cafe. Following the dinner hour, they continued on home by way of highway 24 to enjoy the scenic route. Gertie Atkinson was admitted to the Campbell County Memorial Hospital on the 14th suffering with a blood clot in her leg. At last report she is doing quite well. Larry and Marie McCollum and family of Harrison, Neb., arrived in Hulett the evening of the 22nd. On Friday, Marie visited the Four Oaks School north of Aladdin where Willa Walker and Connie Green are teachers. This visitation was part of the Project Visit Pro- gram in the state of Nebraska. Lara McCollum, ll-year-old daughter of the McCollums, entered the Nebraska Dental Health No Smoking contest statewide in February 1990 and won second prize for her poster. She received a red ribbon, a weekend in Omaha, family pass to Peony Park and Henry Dorley Zoo, one night at the beautiful Mariott Hotel and travel allow- ance. The McCollums visited in the home of Alice Reddmg Saturday evening. Following church services Sunday, they returned to their home in Neb. Betty Roberts and Bonnie Sweeney hosted a baby shower Saturday for Brendon Bush, infant son of Wesley and Bonnie Bush. Twenty adults and 5 children attended the event with Brendon receiving many nice and useful gifts. A teddy bear cake was made and decorated by Billie Thomas. Cake and ice cream was served to the guests. Steven and Sharon Bollen- bach are the proud parents of their first child, a girl born March 15, weighing in at 8 lbs. 10V2 ozs., 21A inches long. She has been named Kellie Sue. Maternal grandparents are Gwen Bartschi of Salt Lake City, Utah and Vern Bartschi of Mid- vale, Utah. Paternal grand- mother is Bettie Bollenbach of North Muskegon, Michigan. Maternal great grandparents are Albert and Ellen Miller of Pocatello, Idaho, and Enes Bartschi of Montpelier, Idaho. Michael Cranford, infant son of Steve and Diane, was admitt- ed to Rapid City Regional Hospital the week of the 20th. The symptoms which made it necessary to enter him to the hospital, following tests the doctors couldn't determine any- thing He was dismissed Sun- day and his parents brought him home. He seems to be doing fine at this writing. The Christian Womens Club of Crook County held their hearth and home luncheon in Sundance on March 22 as scheduled although there were quite a few cancellations due to the stormy day. The next meet- ing is scheduled April 19 in Hulett at the Civic Center. The lunch will be catered by the Hulett Civic Center and speaker will be Collene Brunner, music will be by Charita and Collene Brunner. An Easter Parade Style Show CLic Fashions will be the feature. The number to call for reservations in Hulett is 467-5505, in Sundance 283-1846 and in Moorcroft 756-3222. by Cora Smith March 26, 1990 of s Ben K. Sager pearfish was a visitor of'hi mother March 17 and Ruby joined him on a trip to Rapid City where they visited some old friends, Mr. and Mrs. And)" Anderson. Don Policky of Rapid City visited his mother, Frances, last Tuesday. We were sorry to hear that AI Snyder received an injury in a fall in his home and is a patient in Lookout Memorial Hosp. We wish him a speedy recuper- ation. Edna Scoggins of Belie Fourche vmited the Harold Olsons last Wednesday and was also a pleasant visitor of our Sundance Senior Citizens Center. Barbara Crawford, our I director, and Virginia Kipling- I er, beekeeper, attended a meet- ing in Casper last Wednesday. Iva Sherrard and Jean and Jennifer Adams were last Wed- i nesday afternoon visitor' of Ulric and Alice Hawken and ! enjoyed playing pinochle. Gary and Liz Roadifer and sons of Pinedale, Wyoming, spent several days at the Betty Crago home while here to attend funeral services for Cecil Crago Friday. Catherine Miller was a last Monday visitor of Ruby Sager. The ladies drove to Spearfish and dined at the Country Kitchen. Verna Clark was a Tuesday a.m. visitor of Ruby. Phillis Watson, Oryn Watson, Beth Raber and Catherine Trier were Saturday visitors of Ruby Sager. Lillian Cressman and Genieve George attended the school play "Fools" presented in the high school auditorium March 23. Josephine Fulton of Upton was a Sunday dinner guest of Genieve George. Myron and Marjorie Goodson drove to Riverton last Thursday where Myron attended a water research project selection com- mittee meeting, They returned home Friday. Ramona Policky of Rapid City visited Frahces Policky Friday to Sunday. George Watts and Winnie Bush attended the dance at the Spearfish Senior Citizens Center Saturday night. Several seniors were at the Sundance Senior Citizens Center Friday afternoon, the 23rd, and enjoyed birthday cake mad coffee.Paul Myers was the "birthda  boy", and all enjoyed the afternoon. We were pleased to have Bob and Ollie Crago with us also. Ervie and Lydia Hogan enjoy- ed a drive to Spearfish Satur- day. They were Sunday gueste of Dale and Judy Hogen and family of Newetl and also cele- brated Judy's birtbday. Frank and Don,nae Blake- ,man were Sunday callers of Sylvia Waid. Sherry Petera of Belle Fourche was a Sunday visitor of Phyllis Petera. Bill and Betty Myers were Sunday evening visitors of Paul and Leora Myers. We were sorry to hear of the passing of Cecil Crago. Funeral services were held at the MasoHc Hall here at 10,00 a.m. Friday the 23rd. Interment was made at ,'he National Cemetery near Sturgis. Gareta Duca passed away at the Crook County Nursing Home also. Funeral Services were held at the United Methodist Church: Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Interment was made at the Upton Cemetery. Floyd Brungn passed away at Crook  County Memorial Hospital Saturday. Funeral ser- vices were held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 28, at the United Methodist Church. Our sincere condolences to the relatives of these people. Biting irony: The crocodile is one of nature's high powered The predators, eptile's cavern- ous mouth ar" powerful jaws leave little to chance. But des- pite being well endowed with teeth, crocodiles can't chew. International Wildlife magazine reports their long, sharp teeth serve mainly as survival weapons and clamps. A croco- dile can eat only what it can swallow whole. Americans consume an average of 58 tRds o#hicken a year per person. MARCH 29, 1990 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 7 CL IF'lED ADS sure to get FOR SALE 1974 Suburban 4x4, Condition, has everything. 12-13" WOOD SALES are taking orders Pine - $55 a delivered in Sundance. 47tfn SALE: 198,4 3/4 ton 4WD Silverado pkg. 350 V-8, axle, 4-sp. manual. 59,600. $8500. Call 283-1991 12-13" SALE: HARDWICK elec- stove and Tread Mobile just for walking and watching Call 283-1213. 12-13 in Buffalo Chip Call now, big dis- :-3933. 12-16" SALE: Walk-in cooler with Call 283-2683. 13-15" FOR SALE. AYCOCK Private Treaty. Quality, High Pe-- Easy Calving, Fertil- Come Out and Look Over! 55 East. Pavillion Pavillion, WY. Ranch - 632, Bob Bessey. Office - Don Aycock ltwc SUPERSALE. 350 $795, 454 Chevy $1095, $898, 302 Ford $875. models in stock. Quality d longblocks with Year/50,000 mile guarantee. delivery. EDWARDS Cheyenne, 1-800-438- b. ltwc complete liquidation - Insurance Company. March 31st, 10 a.m., Hundreds of items- copiers, calculators, equipment, beautiful Laramie Auction 307- ltwc t SALE: Trenches: Vermeer 1988 200 Hrs. Excellent T-600D's 1981, 1982, Ditch witches R100, R30, Case DH5. 303- ltwc Marschalk Estate Farm March 31, 10 a.m., Tractors, farm and vehicles, tools, household, Auctioneer: John PP, 307-237-8101. ltwc with the Wyoming Games, team or one per- Pack horse races. Exciting Big purses. For informa- Casper, 237-8467 or ltwc Discounts: Chicks, ducks, geese, guineas, birds, hatching eggs, supplies. Write: Box 370, Kansas 67124 for free ltwc Bolt-up Steelframe Engineer Stamped 4,00 + Sizes, 12, $5,538; 40x60x14, 50x60x14, $7,692; 14, $9,124; 60x100x16, DEALER INQUIRIES FREE BROCHURES, ltwc Travel Trailer 89 Yellow- 34' stock iCWC02. Re- $18,900, sale price Jerry's RV of Chey- ltwc Sheridan, Wyom- April 20-22, Holiday Inn Center; 1-25 and US ar information call 307- 307-672-6719. ltwc Wyoming Angus Sale Riverton Yard March 29, 1990. 25 two 80 yearlings. or catalog con- 868-2595. 1two FOR SALE * Box Springs and Mattress * Formica Tables Desks Nightstands Coffee Tables Reg. Headboards * Asst. Chairs & Lamps SURPLUS FURNITURE from BEAR LODGE Motel "1611 Suudsnce FOR SALE: 8X12 ft. storage shed to be moved. $500. Can be seen at 630 Ryan or call 283- 1356. lltfn FOR RENT FOR RENT: 40-acre country home, barn, hayfield. 5 miles northwest of Hulett. $300 me. Contact Don Stehman, P.O. Box 8376, Jackson, Wyo. 83001. 13-16" HOUSE FOR RENT. Fenced yard. Also trailer space. Call 283-3201. 12-13" FOR RENT: Large private trailer parking, has trees. Ph. 283-1318. 11-14" APARTMENT FOR RENT. Utilities furnished. Phcne 283- 1767. 30tfn FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart- ment. Call 283-2812 or 283- 2032. 12tfn NOTICE The Sundance Housing Authority is now accepting applications for rental of units at the elderly housing project. Equal Housing Opportunity. CALL 283-3450 TV COMMERCIALS. No Age Limit, for Application, Casting info, your area (404) 861-6888 Ext. T455. 12-13" ACT IN TV COMMERCIALS. High Pay - No Experience .... All ages, kids, teems young adults. families, matare people, animals, etc. Call now! Charm Studios 1-800 837-1700 Ext. 9641. 4tfn ATTENTION: EASY WORK EXCELLENT PAY! Assemble products at home. Details. (1) 602-838-8885 Ext. W-4632. 12-15" RN's - full-time day shift open- ings in Long-Term Care setting. Responsible for nursing care of elderly residents and Supervis- ion of Non-licensed personnel. Wyoming Professional Nurse Licensure required. Salary range $9.76 to $14.56 per hour with complete benefits package. Contact: Director of Nursing, Wyoming Retirement Center, 890 Hiway 20 South, Basin, WY 82410.307-568-2431. EOE. ltwc BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES RENT BY MONTH or percent- age a competely equipped tire store, front end allignment equipment included. Building will accommodate all vehicles from cars to semi's. Excellent location off 1-90 exit near the port of entry. For more infor- mation contact the Sundance Trade Center, E. Highway 14, P.O. Box 1130, Sundance, Wyoming 82729, phone {307} 283-2626 or fax {307) 283-2628. 13-14 OWN A CHEMICAL COM- PANY. Hospitals, hotels, schools and every other bus- iness needs chemicals Success- ful chemical company in Salt Lake City desires a sister company in Wyoming. I will completely train, provide all it takes to make you successful. If you want to own a chemical company, call Chris at 601-486- 6451 between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. 30K. ltwc LOOKING TO START, move or expand a business? Chec; out the merchants outlet concept at the Sundance Trade Center. All services available: secretarial, bookkeeping, phone, fax, com- puter and mailing lists. Ware- house, showroom or booth space available. Rent by square foot or percentage, utilities in- Personal ADOPTION: Warm, loving couple desires to adopt infant child Will pay all hospital and medical expenses. Please tele- phone 307-733-1191, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. weekdays, ltwc ADOPTION. Happily married professional couple with one a&,pted son now 10 year old wodld like to adopt another child. Please call attorney collect. {408) 288-7100. A-277. ltwc CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our heart- felt appreciation to everyone for the prayers, offers of help, cards, flowers, food, calls and memorial gifts. Our thanks to Rev. Karnes, Shirley Hamel, Cheryl Wales and Connie Hannah for the corn- comforting services and to the United Methodist Women for the lunch. A special thank you to Dr. Villano and all the staff of Crook County Nursing Home for the loving care given our mother and grandmother the past two years. Your caring vnd sharing has warmed our hearts. The Family of Reta Duca CARD OF THANKS I want to thank Mr. Kahler and all the members of the SHS and SJHS band and chorus for a wonderful evening of entertain- ment at t[,eir pops concert. The special guest entertainment was great, too. The young people did a superb job and all are so talented. Also the lighting effects were just right. I look forward to your next concert. In appreciation, Helen Snell CARD OF THANKS Jim and Karen Hutcilinson, Rock Springs, are the parents of their first child, a son born March 2 at Sweetwater County Memorial Hospital in Rock Springs. The baby boy, named Orin James, weighed 7 lbs. 2V2 ozs. Maternal grandparents are Reynard and Alice Mills, rural Sundance, and the paternal grandparents are J.R. and Treva Hutchinson, Green River. Maternal great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Mills Jr., Hulett. Louise Thompaon, Detroit, Mich., is the paternal great grandmother. March 26, 1990 A chimney fire was reported about 4:00 a.m. the morning of March 23 at the Ted Parson residence by Mr. Parson. He reports some structure value and smoke damage was done. Basically, with the help of John Konantz, they extinguished the fire with cups of water. Mrs. Parsons and their two children were not at home as they accompanied her father to Oregon this past week to visit her grandmother. Billie Thomas is opening a new business on Main Street on April 2 which will be known as "Beauty For All Seasons {Color Alliance). The independent color consultant is located in the Red Canyon Building on Main Street, which is owned by the Stockman. She will be holding free up-dates in conjunction with Crystal Sherrard of the People Place. Effie Jolley kept her eye appointment in Spearfish on Wednesday and also in Rapid City the following day. Her son- in-law, Art Burbage, took her on Thursday to ,Rapid despite the bad, stormy weather Her HELP WANTED: Permanent cluded. In the city limits, near We would like to thank every- daughter, Donna, remained at full-time caretaker; Housing I-9Cex4t. , For more information one for their many acts of loving home to tend to the chores. On provided. Please end resume call,';Hte:':oi" (fa Sudan.'r"';mathy during Jtii" 'l/n '' FridaY.' they came "t'town to and list of references to Sand TrFid Center, E Highway 14, bereavement It made our loss attend to business and lunch at Creek Country Club, P.O. Box P.O. Box 1130, Sundance, much easier to accept, the Little Wrangler. 282, Beulah, Wyoming 82712. 13-14 HELP WANTED: Pipefitters, iron workers, roustabouts. Send resume to Westcon Ind., P.O. Box 1735, Bismarck, N.D. 58502. Ph. 701-222-0076. 13-15 TEXAS REFINERY CORP. offers PLENTY OF MONEY plus cash bonuses fringe bene- fits to responsible individual in-: Sundance area. Regardless of, experience, write W.K. Pate,: Texas Refinery Corp., Box 711, ii Ft. Worth, TX 76101. It HELP WANTED: Produce per- son. Contact Charles Jones at Decker's Food Center, Sun- dance, 283-3155. lt, FOOD SERVICE MANAGER. Licensed 90-bed state-owned long-term care skilled nursing facility located in Basin, WY is in search of a food service manager. B.S. degree in the area of food and nutrition or equivalent is preferred. Pros- pective candidates should have work experience in a hospital or a long-term skilled nursing facility. Experience in budget- ing and Cost-cxmtrol is manda- tory. Minimum requirements include compIetion of course work at H.S. level plus five years of full-time work exper- ience in the preparation and serving of food at a large institution including three years with management or supervis- ory responsibilities. Salary ranges from $1645 to $2044 per month. Applications may be picked up at any Wyoming state agency and are due by April 2, , 1990. Applications should be,  sent to: State of Wyoming, : Department of Administration, & Fiscal Control, Personnel. Division, Emerson Bldg., 2001 Capitol Ave., Cheyenne, WY 82002. EOE.' ltwc TRUCK DRIVERS. Find out about J.B. Hunt's MPG (money per gallon) fuel bonus. 1-800-, 643-3331. EOE. Subject to drug scr.en. .... Itwc !. PLICATIONS )RE being accepted by Keyhole Country Club for a clubhouse manager j and a greenskeeper for the 1990, golf season. Applications must be in by April 15. For more information, call 756-9651 or 756-9527. 12-13 i TIMES WANT ADS , DO GET RESULTS Wyoming 82729, Phone {307) John, Phyllis, Tom, Lenora, 283-2626, Fax {307) 283-2628. J.D., Jess, Dee & Tara Queen 13-14 Paul, Sadie & Albert Sperb & family BUCK UP YOUR INCOME! Ken & Kathy Leitner Well established vending business s,,eks investors for CARD OFTHANKS prime routes in your area. Call Thanks to the Crook County 24hours. 1-800-695-1113. ltwc Homemaker Clubs. Both the Give and Gain Club and the Inyan Kara Club have contri- qt,t,t,,t, buted baby comforters to the WANTED Sheriff's Office. These baby blankets are donated through .'.'qk','ql''' each club effort, to be used in case of an auto accident or other ANTLERS: All kinds, fill con- injuries sustained by small ditions. Also homed cow, children. sheep, buffalo skulls. Don Lee, Most always a child needs to 283-3797. 11-20" be covered by a warm blanket if injured to keep the body heat in so the shock is not so severe. '> The clubs have told us that if MISG .  the blankets become soiled or lost, they will replace them. We  how have three blankets and I ' wish to take this opportunity to thank the Homemaker Clubs in $5,000 GOLD CARD. No Crook County for being so deposit. No credit check. Cash thoughtful in trying to make a advances! Free $80 gift certifi- bad situation better. The cate. Also fast, easy VISA/MC, blankets are very pretty and no deposit. Free infol 1(800) well made. 677-3038, anytime, ltwc Thank you. -- -- Ronald H. Pulse A WONDERFUL FAMILY Crook County Sheriff EXPERIENCE. Australian, European, Scandinavian, CARD OF THANKS Japanese High School Ex- Thank You to "ALL" change r Students Arriving in I wish to thank Sundance August. Become a Host Family/ Lodge #9 A.F & A.M. for haul- American Intercultural Student ing chairs and returning chairs Exchange. Call 1-800-SIBLING. for Cecil Crago's funeral, for ltwc the lovely music and songs. I ---- want to thank the Lodge for Notice to all General Contract- Masonic graveside services at ors. Kenny's Painting Service. Black Hills National Cemetery 24 hour service for deadline pro- by aid of Sundance Lodge #9 jects. Finest custome finish A.F & A.M. members; also available. Consulting, insured, Raymond Dennis for his excel- references. State-wide service., lent work. 307-754-5961. ltwc I want to thank Electa ------ Chapter #50.E.S. and Jobies ATTENTION: POSTAL JOBSI for the food and fellowship after Start $11.41/hourl For appli- our return from the cemetery. cation info call I {602) 838-8885, I need to thank everybody for Ext. M-11045, 6 a.m.- 10 p.m., all the sympathy cards, flowers 7 days. ltwc and all other deeds of kindness, ---- whoever you were. NEED A BABYSITTER? A Sincerely and fraternally responsible person who is good {F.R.) Frank Crago with kidsl CPR certified. Call 283-1897 and ask for. Kenda x ....... ",$ ,1111xi WHISPERING FINES' Painting & anitorial Services, Commer- cial, Residential, 283-3957. *tIn The highest denomination ----,--- coin is a $2,500 Bahamian Simple asA BC gold coin containing a Always Buy Classifieds pound of 22 carat gold. The N.E. Wyo. Antique Club met in the school lunch room Sunday at 2:00 p.m. with Jack Wolfskill, chairman, presiding over the meeting. Other officers present were: Merle Wolfskill, secretary and Stanley Davidson, treasurer. Board of directors present were Merle Sisson and Larry Davidson. Plans for the. second annual show were dis- cussed. A centennial theme is of interest. The next meeting is scheduled for May 6 at 2:00 p.m. The meeting adjourned and refreshments were served. Winter returned with a ven- gence ushering in spring. Un- official highs were reported only in the teens and low twentys on the 22nd and 23rd. A low of 5 degrees was .reported on Satur- day a.m. from one source. Sat- urday dawned clear and chilly with warming temperatures by noon reaching 30 degrees. Snow accumulations were about four inches. The combined Young People's Choir and Adult Choir will feature an Easter Concert program at the First Baptist Church in Hulett at the 11:00 a.m. service on April 15. A newly composed Easter song will be sung, being interspersed with the Easter story as read by four narrators (representing Mathew, Mark, Luke and John). Choir and congregation will conclude the program by the singing of ',The Hallelujah Chorus". Marilyn Knap'p celebrated her birthday March 13 and 14 starting off Witha card shower given to her at the Senior Citizens on the 13th. The follow- ing day, which was her date, she was treated to lunch at the Ponderosa by Wendy Knapp, joining them were her mother, Marian Long, and Louise Coker. That evening her husband, Jerry, treated her to supper with Marian joining them as well as ,T,J. Miehels, whose birthday was also being cele- brated. Audrey Ebsen accompanied by Reva King and John Wood journeyed to Billings on Friday to the home of John's daughter and husband, Shirley Jones. Audrey planned to continue on to Red Lodge to visit Linda Spangler and children. They plan to return home on Monday. Evertt Black escaped serious injury when he tipped a loader over at the Henry Neiman Mill on Thursday. According to owner, Henry Neiman, not a great amount of damage was done to the machine. Fred and Karen Pannell and children Andy and Jill of Chey- enne arrived the 10th of March to visit at the Bill Pannell home. Callie, Casey and Shayla Gordon from Spearfish were also visiting. On Sunday, all attended church services and later were joined by Peggy and Jim Gordon from Spearfish, Jim and Kenny Pannell, the Everett Heinerts, Alberta Bush, and Lucy Jones for dinner at the Hulett Care. The Fred Pannells returned home on Tuesday and the Gordon girls remained all week. On Thursda:, Jim Gordon came out again and helped finish the new shop at Bill Pannells. The census forms have been mailed out to every household and you are asked to hold them until an enumerator calls for them. Laura Allen is the crew leader. Other workers in this area are Sandi Neiman, Velma Brandenburg, Diane Huven and Ellen Griffis. The census Bureau is totally confidential, according to the source. Thelma Mertz and Dorothea Hindman of Spearfish took advantage of the spring-like day March 20 to drive to Sundance and on over to Hulett where they dined at the Ponderosa Cafe. Following the dinner hour, they continued on home by way of highway 24 to enjoy the scenic route. Gertie Atkinson was admitted to the Campbell County Memorial Hospital on the 14th suffering with a blood clot in her leg. At last report she is doing quite well. Larry and Marie McCollum and family of Harrison, Neb., arrived in Hulett the evening of the 22nd. On Friday, Marie visited the Four Oaks School north of Aladdin where Willa Walker and Connie Green are teachers. This visitation was part of the Project Visit Pro- gram in the state of Nebraska. Lara McCollum, ll-year-old daughter of the McCollums, entered the Nebraska Dental Health No Smoking contest statewide in February 1990 and won second prize for her poster. She received a red ribbon, a weekend in Omaha, family pass to Peony Park and Henry Dorley Zoo, one night at the beautiful Mariott Hotel and travel allow- ance. The McCollums visited in the home of Alice Reddmg Saturday evening. Following church services Sunday, they returned to their home in Neb. Betty Roberts and Bonnie Sweeney hosted a baby shower Saturday for Brendon Bush, infant son of Wesley and Bonnie Bush. Twenty adults and 5 children attended the event with Brendon receiving many nice and useful gifts. A teddy bear cake was made and decorated by Billie Thomas. Cake and ice cream was served to the guests. Steven and Sharon Bollen- bach are the proud parents of their first child, a girl born March 15, weighing in at 8 lbs. 10V2 ozs., 21A inches long. She has been named Kellie Sue. Maternal grandparents are Gwen Bartschi of Salt Lake City, Utah and Vern Bartschi of Mid- vale, Utah. Paternal grand- mother is Bettie Bollenbach of North Muskegon, Michigan. Maternal great grandparents are Albert and Ellen Miller of Pocatello, Idaho, and Enes Bartschi of Montpelier, Idaho. Michael Cranford, infant son of Steve and Diane, was admitt- ed to Rapid City Regional Hospital the week of the 20th. The symptoms which made it necessary to enter him to the hospital, following tests the doctors couldn't determine any- thing He was dismissed Sun- day and his parents brought him home. He seems to be doing fine at this writing. The Christian Womens Club of Crook County held their hearth and home luncheon in Sundance on March 22 as scheduled although there were quite a few cancellations due to the stormy day. The next meet- ing is scheduled April 19 in Hulett at the Civic Center. The lunch will be catered by the Hulett Civic Center and speaker will be Collene Brunner, music will be by Charita and Collene Brunner. An Easter Parade Style Show CLic Fashions will be the feature. The number to call for reservations in Hulett is 467-5505, in Sundance 283-1846 and in Moorcroft 756-3222. by Cora Smith March 26, 1990 of s Ben K. Sager pearfish was a visitor of'hi mother March 17 and Ruby joined him on a trip to Rapid City where they visited some old friends, Mr. and Mrs. And)" Anderson. Don Policky of Rapid City visited his mother, Frances, last Tuesday. We were sorry to hear that AI Snyder received an injury in a fall in his home and is a patient in Lookout Memorial Hosp. We wish him a speedy recuper- ation. Edna Scoggins of Belie Fourche vmited the Harold Olsons last Wednesday and was also a pleasant visitor of our Sundance Senior Citizens Center. Barbara Crawford, our I director, and Virginia Kipling- I er, beekeeper, attended a meet- ing in Casper last Wednesday. Iva Sherrard and Jean and Jennifer Adams were last Wed- i nesday afternoon visitor' of Ulric and Alice Hawken and ! enjoyed playing pinochle. Gary and Liz Roadifer and sons of Pinedale, Wyoming, spent several days at the Betty Crago home while here to attend funeral services for Cecil Crago Friday. Catherine Miller was a last Monday visitor of Ruby Sager. The ladies drove to Spearfish and dined at the Country Kitchen. Verna Clark was a Tuesday a.m. visitor of Ruby. Phillis Watson, Oryn Watson, Beth Raber and Catherine Trier were Saturday visitors of Ruby Sager. Lillian Cressman and Genieve George attended the school play "Fools" presented in the high school auditorium March 23. Josephine Fulton of Upton was a Sunday dinner guest of Genieve George. Myron and Marjorie Goodson drove to Riverton last Thursday where Myron attended a water research project selection com- mittee meeting, They returned home Friday. Ramona Policky of Rapid City visited Frahces Policky Friday to Sunday. George Watts and Winnie Bush attended the dance at the Spearfish Senior Citizens Center Saturday night. Several seniors were at the Sundance Senior Citizens Center Friday afternoon, the 23rd, and enjoyed birthday cake mad coffee.Paul Myers was the "birthda  boy", and all enjoyed the afternoon. We were pleased to have Bob and Ollie Crago with us also. Ervie and Lydia Hogan enjoy- ed a drive to Spearfish Satur- day. They were Sunday gueste of Dale and Judy Hogen and family of Newetl and also cele- brated Judy's birtbday. Frank and Don,nae Blake- ,man were Sunday callers of Sylvia Waid. Sherry Petera of Belle Fourche was a Sunday visitor of Phyllis Petera. Bill and Betty Myers were Sunday evening visitors of Paul and Leora Myers. We were sorry to hear of the passing of Cecil Crago. Funeral services were held at the MasoHc Hall here at 10,00 a.m. Friday the 23rd. Interment was made at ,'he National Cemetery near Sturgis. Gareta Duca passed away at the Crook County Nursing Home also. Funeral Services were held at the United Methodist Church: Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Interment was made at the Upton Cemetery. Floyd Brungn passed away at Crook  County Memorial Hospital Saturday. Funeral ser- vices were held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 28, at the United Methodist Church. Our sincere condolences to the relatives of these people. Biting irony: The crocodile is one of nature's high powered The predators, eptile's cavern- ous mouth ar" powerful jaws leave little to chance. But des- pite being well endowed with teeth, crocodiles can't chew. International Wildlife magazine reports their long, sharp teeth serve mainly as survival weapons and clamps. A croco- dile can eat only what it can swallow whole. Americans consume an average of 58 tRds o#hicken a year per person.