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JUNE 6, 1996 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 9 BUYERS BUY NEW USED EAL ,RTMENTS SALES East Main St. Sundanco 10 FAMILIES 8at., June 8 8to3 stoves, clothes, furniture, sink & cabinet, etc. MOVING SALE. Sat- 617 Ryan Street, 9 P.m. It* GARAGE SALE, 8 Numerous 318 Sewell, one off of Cleveland. I t Cres 16. CABIN on Glendo Lake: Cape Cod, three bedroom, 1 3/4 bath, ga- rage, excellent vmw, contents. $120,000. 307-735-4221. Itwc ......................................... WESTERN STAR Buildings. Complete material packages with doors and instructions. 24x32x8, $3,679; 40x72x12, $9,808. Over 5,000 sizes. Convenient financing available. Experienced/insured construction crews. 1-800-658- 5565. Itwc ......................................... STEEL BUILDINGS Sale: 5,000+ sizes. 30x40xl 0, $5,361; 40x60x14, $9,551; 50x60x12, $10,507; 50x100x16, $16,755; 60x80x14, $15,583; 60x100x16, $19,233. Quallty-Service-Excel- lence. Free brochures. Sentinel Buildings, 800-327-0790. I twc ......................................... UNITS, 60+ motor homes, 250 5th-wheels, travel trailers, campers, boats, 100s of trucks and cars. Positively Wyoming's finest selection. Max's Honda & RV and Stalkup's RV, Casper, 307- 577-9333. ltwc TOP LISTINGS of prime land with trees, reservoirs and small spring fed acre. nice 3 bedroom home, outbuildings. Trees, canyons and near Devil's Tower. of beautiful acreage surrounded by Keyhole Reservoir. Can one piece or divided into several parcels. acreages near Keyhole from 6.67 acres to 3 acres. $3,000 to Jean Gazzolo at RE/MAX Professionals for info on any of 307-682-6622 Polled Hereford bulls, tested fertile[ Per- ~'wenson, 481 Road, 283-2282 or 22 -24 1982 21 -ft. Nu-Wa 5th 283-2028. 23-24* 10 H.P. lawn mower wlth snow blower attach- 23-24* ItOR SALE: 1994 28'x70' and a shed. Call 283- and weekends. 23-24 1994 Alaska, 3-bed- 14x70 mobile home. Phone 283-2577 eve- BUILDING BLOWOUT. All-steel or Pole barn packages at Huge dis- counts. Any size, any use, weX, e gotcha covered. All top quality American materials and work- manshlp. Financing Available. 1- 800-284-9840. 1 twc HELP WANTED: Kitchen employ- ees wanted. All positions. Call Rick or David, 307-283-2000. 21-24 SUMMER WORK: Log peelers wanted in Sundance. 30 per foot, start immediately. 605-787-9410. 23-24 FOSTER PARENTS NEEDED. Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center is looking for single per- sons or couples to be foster'par- ents. We offer training, guidance, support, and a generous paycheck. For more information call 283- 3636. 23-24 EXPERIENCED heavy equipment operators, haul/rock truck, hy- draulic track excavator, grader/ blade, possible positions in Wyo. 970-625-5554; fax970-625-2610. EOE. I twc EARN $'s Or Gifts! New hostess and dealer program for 1996[ Call Friendly Toys and Gifts today for a free information and catalog packet. 1-800-488-4875. ltwe ......................................... $200-$500 WEEKLY. Assemble products at home, easyt No sellingl You are paid direct, fully guaran- teed. No experience necessary. 1- 504-641-7778, ext. 7304H23. ltwc ALASKA Employment - Fishing industry. Earn-~p to $3,000- $6,000+ per month. Room and boardl Transportatlont No experi- ence necessaryt Male/female. Age 18-70. For more information call: (206) 971-3512, ext. A89757. Itwc *ADOPTION* would be the answerpathy during the loss of our loved to our prayers[ Happily married one. couple with to adopt infant. Will Your gifts, food and prayers have made it easier for us to cope with pay medical and legal expenses. Call our attorney collect, 307-733- our sorrow. I 19 I. I twc In deepest gratitude, The family of Oscar Conklin TRAILER SPACE for rent. Hook- ups in place, 112 Thompson St. 283-3022. tfn ......................................... FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartment. Call 283-1767. tfn MLM experienced individuals wanted to introduce New financial service network product. Comple- for letting me have a pie social at ments your existing product line. their talent show and to Marlene Call today for this ground floor Edwards for all her help with It. A opportunity. 800-249-9584 for big thank you to Carla Livingston message 24 hours. Itwc for putting together the pie and ......................................... coffee fund-falser after the spring TAX/AccounUngPractice for sale. concert. Cheyenne tax/write-up practice.A big thanks to Donna Zoller for Gross $100K. Serious, conflden- making Mom's pies. I appreciate tial inquiries to P.O. Box 5941, everything everyone has done. Cheyenne, 82003 or e-mail to Sincerely, TOCOB@aol. corn I twc Clay Marchant ......................................... PERFECT Home-based business. Ten-year-old manufacturer and distributor is now expanding in your area. Low start-up, no sell- ing. Very profitable. Call Roger at 515-955-3606 or 612-220-3471. Refer by member I 0. I twc IIIIII Help Wanted 21-23 S ANCE CLINIC has an open- ing for a nurse. Please contact 1988 Ford Ranger, ex- Patty Feist at 307-283-3501 or dab, 5-speed, air, tilt, marl application to Crook County $7,000. Call 283-1645. Medical Services District, P.O. Box 22-25 517, Sundance, WY 82729. Equal RENT: 4-bedroom, house in Sun- HELP WANTED: Cooks helper/ June 15. 283- 22-23 Janitorneeded at the CrookCounty ................................ Senior Citizens Center. Call 283- 1710, ask for Barb. 23-24 OR Unfur- 3-bedroom, 2- I/2 ......................................... CROOK COUNTY Public Health trash compactor, Nurse Sr, Class Code NS37. $400/month plus Starting salary range - $1,887 - at BigAwlil show $2,359 + benefits. Any combina- P.va. 307-266-4200, 307- tion of training and experience 307-266-2588. 22-25 equivalent to a Bachelor's degree "--. ........................... CARS from $175. in Nursing, plus 2 years of work Cadillacs, Chevys, experience in public health nurs- Corvettes. Also Jeeps,ing or other nursing experience area. Toll free 1-800-which includes assessment, treatment and instruction. ext. A-5139 for current ltwc MIT an official State of WY appll- ............................... cation IN ~ to the DA&I Personnel Division, Emerson on $I. Delinquent tax,Building, 2001 Capitol Avenue, FDIC, RTC, IR~.Your Cheyenne, WY 82002-0060, (307) 1-800-898-9778, ext. 777-7188 or (FAX 307-777-6562). current listings. I twc For application or further infor- mation, contact Crook County PHN Immediately: Two Service (307) 283-1142. Vacancy buildings. 25x38 and will close without notice. WDH is "800-330-7118. Itwc an EOE/ADAemployer. 20-23 contain ads for conversation or recorded through t~_e use of telephones. Calls to such numbers may a charge to the calling phone number. These telephone are telecommunieationB and are regulated by the Commission. Complaints may be directed 1919 M 8treet NEW., Washington, DC 20554. that you investigate every phase of OpPortunities. We suggest you consult your own attorney for a free pamphlet or further information from the the offer before investing any money. Or you may Attorney General's Office, 123 Capitol Bldg., Cheyenne, (807) 77%7841. is not responsible or liable whatsoever for any by an ad in this newspaper or for any of the services, offered by our advertisers. The content of the sole responJibflity of the advertiser. We do encourage or promote the purchase or sale of any company or individual that choo6es to advertise in and we reserve the right to refuse any/all we deem inappropriate or unacceptable by our company this newspaper reaerves the right to edit, or locate any under whatever heading we decide will best our daesiflcation regulations. .......... . ..... ~.._ ..................... WALLPAPERING - Professional installation and removal. Free es- tlmates. Myrl Hutchison, 307-468- 2348. Serving Moorcroft, Upton, Osage, Newcastle and Sundance areas. 23-24 NATIONAL PARKS Hiring. Posl- DETAIL VEHICLE CLEANING. tions are now available at national Professional, insured. Call Mikk/ parks, forests and wildlife pre- serves. Excellent benefits + be- at AfterThe Storm, 307-281-1146, nuses! Call (206) 971-3622, ext. or stop by 106 S. West Street, N89753. Sundance, WY. 22-23 Itwc ......................................... FOR COMPLETE lawn care, call ......................................... EABY WORKI Excellent pay As- 283-2719. fin semble products at home. Call toll .......................................... free 1-800-467-5566 ext. 11624. FLAT CONCRETE Work Wanted, Itwc sidewalks, driveways, etc., free estimates. Call 307-643-2117, ......................................... 20-22" 835,000]YEAR Income potential. Reading books. Toll free 1-800- 898-9778, ext. R5139 for details. Itwc $40,000/YEAR Income Potential. Home typists/PC users. Toll free 1-800-898-9778, ext. T-5139 for listings. I hvc 181,0OO WYOMING People will Opportunity Employer. 22-23 ..................................... read your classified ad ffyou place it in WY-CAN. Sell, buy, announce. $I 19 for 25 words. Contact your local newspaper. 1 twc NEED TO KNOW what's going on in wyoming Newspapers will tell you. Wyoming Newspaper Clipping Service reads every Wyoming newspaper. Quick, easy, inexpen- sive. 307-745-8144. Itwc $$ CASH $8 Immediate $$ for structured settlements and de- ferred insurance claims. J.G. Wentworth, 1-800-386-3582. I twc NEED MONEY? Receiving pay- ments on a settlement? We will buyyour future payments for cash today. Call R&P Capital Resources at 1-800-338-5815. Fast Closings. Itwc PSORIASIS? Nova Medical revo- lutionary breakthrough treatment discovery. Works wonders restor- ing skin and scalp to normal. Free information, write American Pso- riasis Association, Inc., P.O. Box 8227, Rockford, IL 61126. 1-800- 464-9696 Itwc ATTENTION Deficit Disorder: Po- tentially no more Ritalin. Natural relief is now available. Call T&M Enterprise at 1-800-203-1543 for free information. 24-hour recorded message. I twc WARM, LOVING Host Families needed for high school exchange students from Scandinavia, Eu- rope, South America, Asia, Russia, arriving August. Call AISE, 1-800- SIBLING. I twc Times Clamined Ad= Save Time, Money, Effort WORK WANTED: Lawn aeration, top qualltywork, reasonable price. Commercial/resldential. K Spear Lawn & Garden, 283-2219 eve- nings or leave message. 21-23" ......................................... WHISPERING PINES Painting & Janitorial Services. Licensed and Insured. Commercial, Residential. Call 283-3957. tfn 15 ozs. and was 21 inches long. Kacle has a sister Kelly, 4 1/2 and a brother, Thomas, 2 1/2. Maternal grandparents are Glenn and Judy Flatt, Malta, MT. Pater- nal grandparents are Linda Dent, Miles CRy, MT and Mike O'Connor, White Sulphur Springs, MT. CARD OF THANKS ~lllllllll/fllll/# Thank you to all who supported z me with donations for my trip to ! ~i~ Wel~k l~t ~ the Australian Down-Under Bowl. ~ ~ The Sundance businesses were~, Your Library | grea L ~/////////*'//,~//.~ Thank you to the Kiwanis Club CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank everyone for their cards and telephone calls, and our family for the special an- niversary dinner when we cel- ebrated our 50th wedding anni- versary. It was great hearing from by Jill Mackey We are enjoying the traveling ex- hibit, "Self Images of Wyoming Photographers." until June 24. Come on in and let us know how you llke Itl Also, there will be a program with one of the photogra- phers, Adam Jahiel, on June 21 from 7-9 p.m. TI-IREE, THREE, THE RIVALS by Anthea Fraser. Smoldering re- sentments and old hostillties im- pede the inquiries of DCI David Webb, as he investigates the death of a man in the town where he grew up. BLACK RIBBON, a dog lover's mystery by Susan Conant. The highly competitive world of pure- bred dogdom arouses strong pas- everyone, sions, including the fear of ban- Irma and Dean I-Jutchins ishment or loss of face. Just how Casper, WY far might a breeder go to save her reputation? GOLDFIELD by RIchard Wheeler. CARl) OF ~ Our family would like to express our thanks and gratitude to our dear friends for their support at the time our Dad passed away. We all appreciated the cards, food, flowers and expressions of sympa- thy. Our thanks to Dr. Villano and Dr. Martino and the hospital staffwho cared for him during the year and a half he spent in the swing bed section of the Crook County Me- morial Hospital. Our special thanks to Rev. Kar- nes for his visits to Dad and the comforting services. We want to thank the Senior Citizens for the lovely lunch they served. Our thanks to the Meth- odist Women for assisting with the coffee. SEPTIC TANK PUMPING. Call Geis' HoneyWagon, 307-896-3146, Jim Geis. tfn Sheryl and Jim O'Connor an- ......................................... n~unce the birth of a daughter, Hopes of new lives sprang from the Nevada gold mines, and a diverse band of people came together with one thing in common: a lust for gold. DOWNTOWN by Anne Rivers Siddons. The story of Smoky O'Donnell, set on the cusp of the country's great social movements - - youth, women's, peace, and civil rights -- in the year before love turned to anger and peace to mili- tancy. THE COLUMBIAANrHOLOGY OF AMERICAN POETRY, edited byJay Parini. Whether in search of a well- known classic ora poem that is not yet considered part of the Ameri- can poetic tradition, readers will discover the rich tradition of poetry in our country. NEEDED: SUMMER PASTURE for Kacie Erin on May 8, 1996 at 40 head ewes and lambs. Evenings Lookout Memorial Hospital in or leave message, 283-2219 eve- Spearfish, SO. She weighed 7 Ibs. The Henry Oudin Family Children's Program MarJorie Creamer SUMMER READING PROGRAMS Marie & Sam Sewell will be kicking often Monday, June 10. Our theme this year is Summer Jim & Dee Oudin Olympics -- join us for fun and Shirley & Guy Fowler Bill & Doris Oudin games, crafts, storytimes, and special eventsl In addition to our usual program we also have SKY- ROCKEr READERS and the SUN- DANCE KIDS WRITING CLUB for those who want to go 'above and beyondi' All programs are open to youth of ALL ages! Ask at the Library for more information. Simple as A B C Always Buy ClassiflectS nings or leave message. 21-23" IIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllIIlllln '! WANTED i ,llllllllllllllllllllll|llllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIInlllll WANTED: I would like to discuss options on your timbered acres and offer you a competitive bid. Will provide references. Call Roy Pilcher at 307-467-5328.' fin GIVE AWAY --_.-__-__-_.-..:_-._-_.-__- .-._-.-_ -.__-_--._ FOR FREE-In Depth Bible Study by mail Write BOx 196, Sheridan, WY 82801. tfn ~v v v v v v v v V v V v v v V "~w" ~Ck~ ,~. REMINDER Held at Walter Oedekoven ranch 32 miles north of Gillette on Hwy. 14-16. Watch for signs SATURDAY, JUNE 8 - 10 AM LARGE AUCTION! Selling combine, pickups, tractors, grain & livestock trailers, horses, farm equipment, 4-wheelers, anl~lues, much, much morel Don't mllm thl~ euctlonl q "~l~ DICK & TROY MADER .,~,' ~ , AUCTIONEER8 CARD OF OF THANK8 The Sundance Community Handbell Choir gratefully extends Its thanks to Lowell Kames for all of the work he did in getting the funds for the handbeils and for getting the choir started; to Joe Baron for the time and work he put into setting up the bylaws and taking care of the incorporation of the choir; to Gaylord Lenz for the help he has given and to all those in the community who have given money for the purchase of bells, music and other equipment, es- peclally the Tri-County Community Involvement and Donation Com- mittee. Members of the Sundance Community Handbell Choir 10 A.M. Tuesday 10 A.M. Tuesday 5 P.M. Monday CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our family and friends for lym- iI