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YALE House in Sun- remodeled and 2 available. or 283-1323. 13-16 Registered Aus- Heeler. Chris Wyo., Ph. 13-16" to get beautiful Call Jean Jones Kay Cosme- 13-16 Red seed grass seed, fertil- pots. Bedding Tonmtoes, cauli- cabbage, sprouts; petunias, marl- geraniums, water- Place while selec- with Sund ce, 15-17 APRIL 14, 1977 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 15 DEADLINE: Monday A.M. of Week to be inserted. WANT AD RATES: 10c Per Word Each Insertion MINIMUM CASH INSERTION 50c MINIMUM CHARGE INSERTION $1.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per Column Inch $2.00 CARD OF THANKS $2.00 BLACK FACE READER ADV. - Per Line 35c NOTE: Want Ads not ordered to be published in consecu- tive issues of The Sundance Times must be reordered for each subsequent insertion. PUBLISHER'S NOTE: All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation of discrimination. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are informed that all dwellings available on an equal EARN $80 weekly at home stuffing envelopes. Infor- mation: Rush 50c and stamped self-addressed en- velope: Financial Miricles, P.O. Box 10637, Denver, Colo. 80210. 14-17" dance Monday, ate lunch with Mrs. Lynn Barnes and visited her mother, Mrs. Ken Hutchins, at her home in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun transacted business in Sturgis Tuesday and Wednesday. Friday, Chesney Rathbun and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun attended the Penn Smith funeral in Sundance. Mrs. Roger Rathbun made a busi- ness trip to Gillette Saturday and Sunday the Roger Rath- bun family were Easter Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnes in Sun- dance. Chesney Rathbun accom- panied by Reno Lytle and Dennis enjoyed fishing at LI TI 3 large bedrooms loaded with dosed space, 1135 square feet in all, single car attached garage, realistically priced. Older home in 3V2 lots, has all the advantages of .Only 6 times - ladies, bike; 2 liv- bedroom I WA ED I playpen withI Someone with good I Call us for an appointment to see these at 1 yr. old, exc. credit to make small "1034 some.ltI payments n fine baby [1| seen in your ~= ~' ~~ I Sale - 25% Grand piano. Nothing I sUndry and giR down necessary. May'. I% off u, be Area. I It Writd St. Mark s Music I I Center, 881 East 39001 LE HI R~ South, SLC, Utah 84107. j Neat, depend- ! ..... J Mile-Hi Realty- 283-3477 mlYCELLArlEOUfJ Person. Apache 13 tfn Person manage the KATHY'S Bookkeeping Set- the club- vices, corporations, part- of Loretta nerships, small businesses, Country farms and ranches. Plan 14-15 now to save tax dollars later 219 N. Big Horn, m mm ml Moorcroft, 756-9284. 4tfn per- m applica. I Apply in m m PACHE m I TERN I OTEL I OPPORTUNITY Stuffing enve- and supplies. stamp- Diversified, Drive, Rich- 14-15 PIANO accordion lessons. Beginner instruction avail- able. Ph. 283-1149, LuAnn Soule. 15-27 mmmmmmmmmmmmm m m I l m * DIRT SERVICE m m CAT PATROL m m SCRAPER m l l m m m 468.2257 m |mmm j PjO2.mlm SHOP AT HOME IT PAYS HEREFORD BULLS FOR SALE selection of Hereford bulls this year. ' from Tex Real Onward M Image IIS, FM Be Aster 4406 and 152, a son of the great R.C. Mischief D4. two-year-olds and several year- All resenably priced. Give us a look them over. Three RNEST SMITH miles east of Hulett Ph 467-5605 REALTOR Rose Zella Proctor- 283-3695 Kathy Vondriska - 283-2727 Miller Creek Opal Oedin Mrs. Roger Rathbun transacted business in Sun- Land Bank Rural Home Loans mc ir Sand Creek near Beulah Saturday. Mary Garman transacted business in Sundance Thurs- day and made a business trip to Newcastle Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Garman were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mary Garman and Tina. Mr. and Mrs. Herman If your dream home is in the country or in a town of 2,500 or less, a Land Bank Rural Home Loan could make your dream come true. Whether you want to build or buy, a Land Bank Loan offers reasonable interest rate, and friendly service. Come in and get the details. Federal Land Bank Association of Wyoming 804 E. 4th St. Ph. 686-0280 Gillette, Wyoming I:)HURI~H ERvIOE8 SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Richard Holmes, Pastor Sabbath School, Saturday, 9:30 a.n . Worship Services, Saturday, 11 a.m. SUNDANCE BAPTIST CHURCH Reb. O.W. Vandenberg, PmRor Worship with us - basement of the courthouse. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morning Worship . 11 a.m. Afternoon Bible study - Beulah community building - 3 p.m. Thursday Bible Study and prayer, 620 So. Third, Sundance - 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL Reb. Stanley C. Cliver, Vicar Services - 9:30 a.m. Holy Communion - first and third Sundays. Morning prayer - second and fourth Sundays (nursery provided). Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. Mid-week Holy Communion - Wed., 7:30 p.m. SUNDANCE WESLEYAN CHURCH John Hunter, Pastor Wednesday - 7:30 P.M: Cottage Prayer Service at the Parsonage. Sundance - 9:30 A.M. Sunday School; 10:30 Worship Service; 6:30 P.M. Youth Study Groups; 7:10 Youth Fellowship; 7:30 Evening Worship. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Gene Hagerman Sunday School - 10 a.m. Worship Service - 11 a.m. (Nursery provided). Junior and Senior high MYF, Sunday evening. MOUNT CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH Dudley Jolmsen, Pastor Choir practice - 8 a.m. Church services - 9 a.m. (Holy communion 2nd and 4th Sundays}. Fellowship coffee - 10 a.m. Sunday School - 10:30 a.m. Inquirers Class - Wednesday, 7:00 p.m., April 27 through May 25. We will use the Bible as the basis for study on the foundation of God's Word and Luther's Small Catechism. We will study what it means to be a Christian and a Lutheran. Everyone is invited whether they would like to join our congregation or just find out more about the teachings of our church. For more information call 283,1356. CHURCH OF CHRIST Bobby W. Woods, Preacher Sunday - Bible study, 10 a.m. Worship service and communion, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Wednesday services, 8 p.m. ST. ANTHONY'S CHURCH AND MISSIONS Rev. Vincent Bauer, Pastor Masses: Upton - Sunday 8:30 a.m.; Sundance - Sunday 10:30 a.m.; and Moorcroft - Saturday 6:30 p.m. White called at the Paul ......... e in and Mrs. Gil Love at their Conzelrnan home Monday a enaea me auc non sm ..... ........ nome inursuay evening." afternoon and at the Charley imaance amrcmy. Mr. ana t ol t .... ,,ted bus- Schoeppe home Tuesday Mrs. Herman White and :" ........... afternoon. Mrs. Herman Danny, Mrs. Wyman Bush-mess in Sundance Monday White spent Wednesday in Sundance visiting Mrs. Wy- man Bushnell at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Danny attended a taco supper sponsored by the eighth grade students at the Hulett School Thursday eve- ning. White's also attended the Penn Smith funeral in Sundance Friday afternoon. Mrs. Herman White took Mrs. Bushnell to Ft. Meade Saturday where they visited Wyman at the hospital. Herman and Danny White nell and Helen Ellard at- tended church in Sundance Sunday and were Easter dinner guests of Helen Ellard and Terry Weichert. T/Sgt and Mrs. Jerry Greenwood and sons, Minot AFB, N.Dak. arrived at the Hal Oudin home Wednesday and departed for home Sat- urday after attending the Penn Smith funeral Friday. Shelby Moeller was a Thurs- day overnight guest of Hal Oudin's also. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Greenwood visited Mr. ut0m * BODY SHOP * AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION OVERHAUL Sundance and called on his mother, Mrs. Annie Oudin. Merle Reed was a Saturday dinner guest of Hal Oudin' s. Mrs. Hollis Watson and daughter, Mrs. Jeff Lucas, and baby of Douglas, Wyo., and Walter Vore, Cody, Wyo., spent part of the past week with their mother, Mrs. Cora Smith in Sundance while here for the Penn Smith funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Metcalf, Longmont, Colo., also attended the fun- eral, Mrs. Metcalf is also a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Watson. Ruth Lytle of Casper and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lytle of Rawhns spent the Easter weekend with their parents, Mr: and Mrs. Reno Lytle. They came to Reno's Friday evening and departed for their homes Sunday after- noon. Sue Lytle and children of Newcastle called at the Lytle home Sunday and the children remained for a visit with their grandparents.