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JUNE 16, 1994 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE II NEW USED PURCF BUY EAL SALES Saturday, June ? New tractor urn- Christmas deco- many miscellaneous and 813 South 5th. It SALE House For Sale 283-3756. tfn 1954 Chev. pickup I / Window cab, runs good, Call 283-2685 any- 23-24* ~: Homemade trailer, Chev. frame, wood fiat 4' wood side racks clear title, I 0' long. Call 283- 23-24* THE DEVILS TOWER Conserva- tion District has approximately 80 Rocky Mountain Juniper and 10 Ponderosa Pine seedling trees for sale. Call 283-2501. It ......................................... FORSALE: 1980Silverline 17 1/2 fL fiberglass boat, deep V, open bow, 175 H.P. inboard-outboard with many extras, for fishing and skiing. Cad] 283-1707. 24-25 ......................................... i 1980 DODGE Omni, 1971 Renault, 1974 Lincoln Mark IV, 5 hp. log , splitter, 3/4 hp. air compressor ! and tank. Call 283-2719. tfn ....................................... ~. LARGE NORTHEAST Wyoming Ranch. 33,975+ acres, 24,270+ fee acres. Good improvements. Price $2,200,000. Elkhorn Realty, Buf- falo, Wyo. 1-800-967-2105 or 307- 684-5579. 1 twc LOOK AT THE REST, then buy the bestl New Marsh field and Colorado built homes. Financing, 10% down, trades welcome. Four trucks. Brady Mobile Homes, 1-800-334-5239. Itwc - 10-speed women's speed woman's bike; 1 rowing machine and a cross country ski ma- 283-I 197. 23-24 ALL ME"I'AL carousel horses. Full- size leaper, Coca-Cola emblem on bays. Only five left. Call 436-9836. Itwc ..... 'i FOR SALE k~e prairie lot in recreational subdivision. lots in Sundance. lot and small building on west side of Sundance. acre lot at Pine Haven. 'site with extra lots in the flood plain. 1 1/2 year old home, landscaped, great window treatments and lots of room. in apple pie condition.can be purchased with or without and garage. for a retiree-good location.good condition. is right. down town with small rental included. 2 bedroom on corner lot with nice trees. 'e~ us about a new home being butt and future plans for new Rose Zella Proctor, Broker 283-3477 Norval Waller ; ~14c~ Hlll~ Rc4l ~4taCe SalesAssociate 283-1811 Wood stove from Se- see it there. For In- Barb at 283-1710. 23-24 Country home on 46 5 miles NW of Hulett. 3 fixer-upper, pole barn, 2 wells, alfalfa field, pasture, pond, fenced. or offer. Write: Property, Fallon, Nev. 89407. I I tfn "'--~ .............................. Four year old sorrel Call Tami 24-25* ,~ ............................. and Indian Crafts 6 P.m. Monday, June 20, WY. Highly pottery, NavaJo etc. Brochure: 307-738- Itwc Everyone needs a Sometime. Auto dealer been turned down else- no credit. No co-slgn- Job is your credit. Call 1-800-CAR-LOAN. Itwc ~ ............................ DIRECT Pole Build- open-face, 24x24x8 garage, 40x64x14 storage, Fully warranted; In- available; Western Star 1/800/658-5565. ltwc 8PORTS/GgNERAL Assignment Wrlten Immediate opening for an assertive, community-minded writer with an emphasis on sports at an eastern Wyoming twice weekly newspaper. Successful candidate will be hard-working and po3sess the following abilities: Column writing, action photography, lay out and design, and a commitment to small town Journalam. Position will call for some general assign- ment duties as well. In return, we'll provide a competitive salary, ben- efits and retirement plan to the right candidate. Send cover letter and resume to: Cary Berry, Man- aging Editor, Torrlngton Telegram, P.O. Box 1058, Torrington, Wyo., 82240. I twc ......................................... Licensed Life and Health agent needed. Quality products, high commissions with advance before issue, lead system, and benefits. (Must qualify f0r~hdvances and benefits). Call: 1-800-252-2581. ltwc ...................................... .-__ EASY WORK! Excellent Pay As- semble products at home. Call toll free 1-800-467-5566, ext. 11624. ltwc ......................................... AIRLINF_~ NOW H~RINGII Entry level: Customer servlce/baggage handlers/ticket agents. Many other positions. $300-$1,000 weekly. Great travel benefits. Local OR relocation. For application and fee Information, call 1-800-647- 7420....ext. A- 174. I twc BINGO - $50 Jackpot each week also $300+ running jackpot. 7:30 every Tuesday, Sundance Senior Citizens Center, Public Welcome. It HOMEOWNERS: Pay off your mortgage I0 years early. Triple your equity. Save over $20,000. No credit check or appraisal. FREE loan analysis. World Home Mort- gage, Cheyenne, 634-1263; (800) 377-6587. I twc 1994 I112NTERS: Guided cow elk hunt for Wyomlng residents on Elk Mtn. 20,000 private acres. Cookhouse and bunkhouse, three nights, $450 per person, Reserva- tlons, 348-7444. Itwc ......................................... YOUR MOTHER Saved Newspa- per Clippings. She had time. You don't. Just tell us what topics you want, and we'll check every news- paper in Wyoming for you. It's quick, easy and inexpensive. Call 745-8144, Itwc ......................................... 181,000 Wyoming People will read your classified ad Ifyou place it In WY-CAN. Sell, buy, announce. $109 for 25 words. Contact your local newspaper, ltwc ......................................... IBUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES [} "ADOPTION: We can help each GREAT RETURN on Investment. other. Active, happily-married Motel units/six rooms per unit. couple long to adopt newborn. We Pre-owned homes, good condition, can provide all the best life has to Free delivery within 300 miles, offer. Please call Pam and Jeff at l- Gillette, Wyoming. Brady Mobile 800-982-3678. Itwc Homes, 1-800-334-5239. Itwc ......................................... "- ........................................ ADOPTION. Young professional BUFFALO, WYOMING Conve- California couple with much love, nience Store: Tack shop, gas, 1,440 good home, education, and secu- sq. ft. home. Just off 1-90, Buffalo, rity to offer, wishes to adopt white Wyo.ElkhornRealty, BuffaloWho., baby. We can help with medical, 1-800-967-2105. Itwc legal, and living expenses. Please ......................................... call llene. (800) 787-5875. Itwc POT We LO ' CO=".E can the greenhouse located on 26 give your newborn love, a Joyful - home, education, security. Call us Canyon Road. 4th Annual end of LOST: Earring, made of 1942 Lib- to taLk- 415-573-6708 collect. Exp. season SALE. 4 & 6 packs, 2 beds ertyHead dime. Reward, 283-1953. pd. as legal. of perennials, red seed geraniums I twc and strawberries 99, many other I t ......................................... ......................................... ADOPT: A baby should be and will bargains. I t* """""""""""P"'P"""P'"'"""' be loved. Secure and very happy in ......................................... I III ~ nnmummmmmmmm.mmmmmmm.mmmum~ ] HIpW d [ financially secure, happily mar- eante ,...m................m.......m...... ried couple. Grandmas', aunts', uncles' and cousins' hugs and m,,q,mm.....m.,.,.,........mmm,01l[ WANTED TO RENT: 3-bedroom kisses are waiting for your new- PART TIME office assistant, house. Call 283-341 I. tfn born. Let's help each other and Approx. 16 hrs./wk. General office ........... - .................. 7 ......... - skills. Send resume to: DevilsTower . give your baby the best things in Conservation District, P.O. Box SERVICES life. All expenses paid. Call Linda 357, Sundance, Wyoming 82729. and Jim anytime at 1-800-841- I t 7026. I twc ......................................... ......................................... WANTED: I will do lawn work Jobs, BECOME A REAL ESTATE Ap- HELP WANTED: Part-tlme secre- also painting and odd Jobs. 283- praiser. High earnings. Home tary/receptionist. Contact Brenda 2719. twc ' study. Earn professional designa- Gearhart at Northern Wyoming ......................................... Mental Health Center, 283-3636. ion through national college of AA MEETS MONDAYS - 8 p.m. appraisal. P.C.D.I., Atlanta, Geor- 24-25 Sundance Senior Center, northl gia. Freeliterature. 800-362-7070, ......................................... entrance, tfn , dept. RRG730. Itwc CARRIERS .......................................... :: ..................................... A RF~PONSIBLE BABY-SITtER, WANTED who is great with kldsl CPR andi CARD OF Red Cross certified. Call 283-1897 Deliver The and ask for Kenda Fuhrmann. THANKS Rapid City Journal tfn ......................................... , * Morning Hours WHISPERING PINES Painting & CARD OF THANKS Janitorial Services. Licensed and We would like to thank everyone * Good Pay , Insured. Commercial, Residential, who called, sent cards, gifts and CaJ~ Gwon 283-3957. tfn came to visit Josh while he was in !-800-8434R300 ......................................... the Sundance Hospital and the Rapid City, S.D. hospital. i MlSc A special thanks to Dr. Villano, CRUISE S]IIPSHIring. Earn up to the Sundance High School staff $2,000+/mo. working on cruise ships or land-tour companies. No exp. necessary. For info. call 1- 206-634-0468, ext. C8975. Itwc LQ..lasstflcations___ may ~mtaln ads for oonversatton or recorded messages ~e tree of telephones. Calls to such numbers result in a charge to the Phone number. These telephone related services arc and are regulated by the Federal Communications Complaints may be directed to the FCC, 1919 M Street NEW., recommends that you investigate every phase of business We suggest you consult your own attorncy and ask for a free or further information h-om the company making the offer before money. Or you may contact the Attorney General's Oi~ce, 125 WY 820(D ($07) 777.7841. is not responsible or liable whatso~r for any by an ad in this newspaper or for any of the servlces, or offered by our advertisers. The content of the advert~er. We encourage or promote the purchase or sale of any service, company or individual that chooses to advertise and we reserve (;he right to refuse any/an we deem inappropriate or unacceptable by our this newspaper reserves the right to edit, or locate advertisement under whatever heading we decide conore with r classification regulations. ! DU3~H STUDENT interested in sports, computers. Other Scaudl- navian, European, South Ameri- can, Asian high school exchange students arriving August. Become a host family/AISE. Call Bryan and Patty (307) 856-9564 or 1- 800-SIBLING. ltwc ......................................... -- Questions or concerns? Call Casper-based Wyoming AIDS Project. For confidential informa- tion and referral, call toll free 1- 800-675-2698; 237-7833. Write P.O. Box 9353, Casper, WY 82609. Itwc ......................................... 35TII~AL Medicine Bow Days and Rodeo June 24, 25, 26 Medi- cine Bow, Wyoming. Craft fair, parade, games, Hanging of Dutch Charlle, rodeo, barbecue, dances, chuck wagon races, ltwc Ws rr ADs andJunlor high students. You're a great bunch. Your concern meant a lot to all of us. Thanks, Josh Smith and family CARD OF THANKS Thank you to all who attended our 50th anniversary open house and those businesses who sent flowers. Congratulations to Shan- non Smith for winning the $50 gift certificate. Durfee's An old clothes ham- per can make a good storage container for blankets and pillows. Twenty Five Years Ago June 19, 1969 Five Sundance High School band members left Sunday for the Uni- versity of Wyoming band camp at Laramie. Local students attending are Janet Cole, Judy Snider, Allen Bailey, Carla Hughes and Debble Gray. Several Sundance Commercial Club members will meet in Chey- enne Monday and Tuesday to dis- cuss the possibilities of the estab- lishment of a para-medlcal school at the Sundance Air Force Station facilities." Attending the meeting will be Paul Sharp, R.M. Bernd, Mayor G.W. (Buster) Popham and E.E. Wheeler. Budgets totaling $667,979 were adopted for the 1969-70 school year Thursday by the Crook County High School Board at its meeting in Sundance. Three more donations to the local swimming pool have been made, according to Dick Durfee, who is acting as custodial of the fund. Latest donations were made by Robert Streeter, Richard H. Durfee and The Sundance Times. Several Sundance and Moorcroft women finished in the money during the annual state tourna- ment of the Wyoming Women's Bowling Assn. In Class A singles, Merlene Elwonger, Sundance, fin- ished eighth with 653. Ruth Weaver, Sundance, was in 10th place with 647. Emerson Pickerd, Sundance, was named the year's outstanding district commander of the Wyo- ming VFW. Miss Wendy Courchaine, Beu- lah, Saturday was crowned Miss Rodeo Crook Coun,ty at Hulett. Thirty Five Years Ago June 18, 1959 Parts of Interstate 90, just west of Sundance are beginning to take shape as several construction companies go ahead with the mammoth road building project. Johnny Morris, Don Little, Mill- ard Ripley, Fielding Phillips, Jesse Driskill, Vic and Clinton Small and Clara Sedgwick walked offwith top honors at the annual Hulett rodeo last weekend. The Crook County Cowbelles have announced that their picnic will be held at Keyhole Dam June 21 starting at I 1 a.m. The board of county commis- sioners Friday considered a pro- posed county budget calling foz total appropriations ol $228,388.15 to operate the count~ during the 1959-60 fiscal year. Food Specials from Model Gro- cery: Kool Aid - 12 for 49; Om Family Catsup - 3 for 57; I0 oz pkg. Frozen Peas - 5 for 89, Grad( A Fresh Fryers - lb. 39; slice( peaches in syrup - 3 for $ I. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lanning of Al addin are the parents of a daugh ter born Monday at the Deadwood hospital. The babyweighed 9 Ibs. I oz. and has been named Barbara Jean. Fifty Years Ago June 15, 1944 Ordy three left here Wednesday morning to go to Denver for selec- tive service examinations. Those goingwere Joe Graham, Moorcroft, Kenneth Cressman of Spearfish (formerly of Alva), and Robert Dudrey of Sundance who has been in Indianapolis, IN. School elections will be held throughout the county next Mon- day, June 19. No petitions have been filed for the high school board here nor in Hulett so ballots will be printed without names and elec- tion will be made by write-in votes. Members whose term of office expire are Walt Tracy, Ed Chatfleld and Louis Ewlng. Remaining board members are Anton Policky, Charles Chittlm and Clause See- ley. Beginning with a band concert at 12:15 Sundance will be host to farmers from all over the county at the annual Farmers Day picnic being held on June 24. The Model Grocery is holding a Ration Roundup for all Food Stamps in Book 4: Processed Foods- A8 through V8 blue stamps all now good for I0 pounds each; Meats, Fats, etc-. A8 through W8 red stamps all now valid for I0 points each; Sugar - stamps 30 and 31 each good for 5 Ibs sugar; Shoes - airplane stamps I and 2 in book 3 each good for I pair shoes; Gasoline - A- I I coupons must last through June 21. There will be a dance at the American Legion Hall on Sat., June 24. Admission - 75 grade students and adults $1.30: music by The Chittim Dance Band. Sixty Years Ago June 14, 1934 Cattle buying under the drought relief program in Crook county started on Tuesday with a tri- county practice appraisal over in the Moorcroft section. Work on the Sundance flour mill is going along nicely and the building will soon be completed. Mr. Roberts has secured the ser- vices of Mr. Redhair of Kearney, WY who is here to install the ma- chlnery and get 4h, e mill in oPera- tion. Work' of drilling the new city well was started the first of the week under the drought relief program. Political announcements: For County Sheriff- W.H. Blakeman; for State Senator - John J. Blnney; for County Commissioner - J.H. Lincoln, Bert W. Evans; Walter F. Tracy, Kirk B. Stoddard and Nells J. Erland; for State Representative - Fred Cousins; for County Sheriff - Harry C. Johnson and Geo. M. Wise; for County Assessor - Deane H. Bryan. From Elkhorn Cafe and Market - Meals and lunches at all hours; Milk - delivered daily or at Cafe - 2 qts for 15~; Ice - we have a limited amount of ice for retail trade this summer; Lard - Pure home ren- dered lard 9 per lb. The members of the I~uplicate Bridge Club played a three-table Howell movement at their meeting on June 7. Claudia Carr and Mildred Durfee placed first. Donna Allen and Bob Beaudoin were second, and Ethel Sharp and Jean Harper were third. An optimist is a person who be- lieves that whatever happens - no matter how bad -- It's for the best. The pessimist is the person to whom it happens. Moving & cleanup auction for Marshall Morgan & auction for Ed Eby Estate, to be held st Macler Ranch g mile= north of Gillette Qp Hwv SgN. 2 P.M. THURSDAY JUNE 23 - AFTERNOON AUCTION TRAILERS SHOP TOOLS GALVANIZED GATE8 7 ROOFING 2 axle 5'x8' trailer - galvanized roofing. 6 galvanlzod gates: 4', 10', 12', 16', 18' - Model T runntng gear - pickup box trailer - Unooln AC welder - (TOTAL SHOP unit: ~il, lathe, & cutlers, saw, jig saw, sander, muter) - Air tools - B&D muter - Propane tanks - Homeilte 14" chalnsaw - Carpenter tools. 5 STACK-ON tool boxes full of tools - 500 gel lank hauled water - shop benches w/roflera - Chains & boomers - 500 geL fuel tank & stand. SNOWMOBILE FISHING/HUNTING/~URVIVAL GEAR - GUNS Kaweaald 440 snowmobile & trailer - Savage 30-30 rifle - 22 revolver - Bear 40 b. Reker Bow. camouflage eat - 410, 270, 22 shell - Hunting knives - fishing rods & reels - Archery/gun cleaning/fishing supplies Camping Gear: tents, sleaplng begs - camp stoves - Coleman lantern, backpacks, survtval klfs, portable picnic table, catalytic heater, axe - Winter Gear - Aefo Tech & self help books- Electdc smoker. Much morel FURNITURE. ANTIQUES COLLEcTABLE$ - MISC. Whirlpool deepheal spa for bathtub - Twle bed e~a long- Rollaway bed - Metal shewing- 3 old stained glass windows - Double-sided gas grill w/elec, roti~erle - 2 Iv/In beds w/bookcase head)oarde w/5 drawers under each bad - matching nightsand. Coffee table - Unique floor lamp made from fire nozzle. MW microwave oven - Warm Mo~ng stove - Old wing machine - Old forgs - Old sewing rocker- Wooden cupboard - Wooden chest ol drawers - Wooden desk - Wooden night stand - Brass miners lamp - Sliver cream pitcher - TERMS: CASH Not R,~0o~U, t= Acidn= Sales Tax MARSHALL MORGAN & ED EBY ESTATE, OWNERS ~DICK & TROY MADER, AUCTIONEERS Ph. 3071682-3882 (IF STORMY, AUCTION WILL BE FOLLOWING DAYIII) %