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JULY 15, 1993 THE 8UNDANCE TIMES PAGE 11 BUYERS NEW USED BUY EAL .PWA LO 'ED ' ,ND i !W I NTED TO P IRCH This newspaper is not responsible or liable whatsoever for any by an ad in this newspaper or for any of the services, or opportunities offered by our advertisers. The content advertisement is the sole responsibility of the advertiser. We endorse, encourage or promote the purchase or sale of any service, company or individual that chooses to advertise this newspaper, and we reserve the right to refuse any/all we deem inappropriate or unacceptable by our standards. this newspaper reserves the right to edit, or locate classified advertisement under whatever heading we decide conform with our classification regulations. FOR SALE MARKET participants July 30 and 31 In Sun- WY. Bring your wares, etc. Call today sPace assignment 307-756- 2570 acres in Idaho's beautiful Treasure Valley Including 815 acres irrigated row crops, most gravity flow, balance native pasture, feedlot, 3 homes river frontage, abundant, inexpensive water 82,800,000 diversified farming, ranching operation by owner. 208- 549- 0975. I twc Older country home, 24x48 pole barn, 16x20 shop, 20 acres in alfalfa, 2 fenced and cross 2 seasonal ponds on county road, $75,000 negotiable down. Write: it ......................................... WESTERN 8TAR Buildings. 20x28x8 garage, $3,386.00; 24x49x10 open side, $3,462.00; 32x63x12 storage, $7,306.00; 40x84x14 shop, $I 1,628.00. 5,000 sizes available. Fully warranted. Free estimates. 1-307-856-901 I. 1-800-658-5565. I twc ......................................... WIN 83001 Play Blngo on Thursday National Publishing firm needs people to label postcards from home. $800/wk. Set your own hours. Call 1-900-740-7377 ($1.49 rain/18 yrs+) or write: PAASE- $2660, 161 S. Lincoinway, N. Au- rora, IL 60542. 27-30" you've been turned down else- The emergency room staff and .......................................... where. Loan available for bank- Sundance ambulance as well as SALF~PEOPLE: We are seeking rupt, bad credit. No co-slgners, the nursing staff of 5th floor ICU, experienced institutional, indus- Your Job is your credit. Call Mr. 7th floor SICU, the physicians of trial, chemical salespeople. We of- Dennis, 1-800-CAR-LOAN. Itwc Rapld City Regional Hospital are to fer complete training, guaranteed ......................................... be commended for their expertise salary, health insurance, bonus HAZARDOUSMATERIALTraining and caring attitudes shown to me program and very lucrative corn- Seminar July 16 & 17. 1993. Holl- while I was hospitalized. mission. Call 1-800-228-7027 day Inn, Casper, Wyoming. CostA very special thank you to my Monday-Frlday, 8a.m.-5p.m.c.s.L $325.00. Information and Regis- wife, Wanda, mychildrenandtheir I twc tration contact M & G Consultants spouses and my grandchildren for ......................................... at (303) 429-8009. I twctheir prayers, love and support. NEEDED - Experienced Auto Body ......................................... God Bless each and everyone of Repairman. Lots of work, all ben- EVER"ITHINGYOU NEED to know you. CARD OF THANKS nights, 7:30 p.m. at Sundance A note of thanks and deep ap- Senior Cen ter. All ages welcome. I t preciation to all my relatives, friends ......................................... and neighbors for their prayers, AUTO LOANS for good peoplewithvisits, cards, phone calls and flow- bad credit. Auto dealer will ar- era while I was In Rapid City Re- range low-cost financing even ff gtonal Hospital. e fits. Contact Bob OJeda, Body Shop Manager, Between 9a.m.- 5p.m. Halladay Motors, P.O. Box 1164, Cheyenne, WY 2003. (307) 634-151 I. Itwc P.O. Box 149, Fallon,- ........................................ 89407. 26-29 FOR SALE: 14170 Holley Park Healthcare, Casper 266-1152, l- mobfle home. 2 bedroom, large 800-798- 1152. I twc 30 inch white Whirl- living room with wood stove and ......................................... electric range, timed oven, big bay window, large kitchen w/ PORTAMEDICisrecrnitingexam- tion.Cal1467-5360, slldingglassdoor,3attacheddecks. Iners for insurance exams 27-28 Great shape. Call 468-2203.28-29 throughout Wyoming. Referral in- ............................................................................... centives for building your own BALE OR RENT: 40160 FOR 8ALE: 40 acres, easy access, business. Must have blood draw- on .7 acre lot in Sun- great view, excellent building site. Ingsklllsand reliable trans. Call l- 3-phase power. 10' and 12' $20,000, Sundance, 283-2467. 800-441-1294forapplication.ltwc 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 745-8144. ltwc Ross Hogan RNs, LPNs, CNAs needed. Posl .......................................... tions available throughout Wyo- ming in hospitals and nursing home staffing. Excellent pay and housing provided. Interim Miller Creek by Opal Oudin July 11, 1993 and William Rogers made an as- cent of Devils Tower using a wooden ladder they built that spring, the first ones to climb Devils Tower. To commemorate the I00 year occa- sion, two of At Storts' great- grandsons, Kenny and Randy Rathbun, brothers, made the as- cent to the top of Devils Tower July 4, 1993 in the forenoon. It is not the first time they have accom- plished the climb. Will and Sam Yemington, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yem- ington, played in the Little League tournament held in Sundance Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun spent Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rathbun and family where the adults played some cards. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Garman and family were Saturday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bunney of near Aladdin where they were also afternoon visitors. Opal Sudan of this area Joined Ted Butterfleld of Beulah, George Watts Sr. of Sundance and Ancil Marlene Schoepp and grandchil- Slsson of Moorcroft at Moorcroft dren, Michael and Japhia Brown- where they rode on the "Sundance ing of Newcastle, visited Cora Smith Kids' float in the Moorcroft Jubilee BANKRUPTCY from $79. Stops and Opal Sudan at Opal's ranch annual parade starting at 10A.M. gamishments/collectlons, Letsyou home Tuesday, June 29 as they Randy Rathbun, Sandy Powery start overt Divorce $129 (uncon- were enroute home from shopping and Travis were Sunday evening tested). Complete document in Spearfish. supper guests of the Kenny Rath- preparation. LlvingTrust$299. Self Mrs. Herman White was a bun family at their home on the help law saves $I 00's! 1-800-967- Wednesday dinner guest of her Rathbun ranch. 5536. I twcsister, Helen Ellard, at her home in Mr. and Mrs. Herman White vis- ......................................... east Sundance. where she also Red Mr. and Mrs. John Grenter at ADOPTION. California couple wlth spent the afternoon visiting, their home on Lytle Creek much love and security to offer, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Garman, Anna Wednesday evening. $450 per month or sell 28-29* ......................................... 000 with owner financing. ALASKA EMPLOYMENT - fisher- wish to adopt white newborn baby. Marie and Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff allex 307-283-2242. fin lea. Earn up to $600+/week inHelp with all medical, legal, living Garman and family and Mr. and Tornado, winds ................................ expenses. Completely legal. Will Mrs. Wayne Oarman were Monday hit Cement Ridge ~O~ canneries or $4,000+/month on offer your baby a good home and evening supper guests of Mary fishing boats. Seasonal or Year- wonderful future. Please call Betsy Garman at her home near Miller Several small tornados were FOR RENT: Nicely furnished Round employment. For employ- collect. (213) 654-1633. ThankYou. Creek. hidden within bursts of extremely apartment. 283-1767. 45tfnmentprogramcalll-206-545-4155 ltwc Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wood and hlgh winds whlch buffeted the area "J" ,, ,,] ,,L]~L~~) ,I ext. A8975. ltwc Varlus slzas available" ' ! I ......................................... : ........................................ sons f Sundance were visitors at near Cement Ridge and Flllmre Inspoctedwasd-fmo. I LICENSEDLIFE&HEALTHAgent Looking for that someone special? the JeffGarman home one evenlng fl'lnton) about 15 miles southwest Feeling alone, incomplete or Just the past week. of Spearttsh on Tuesday morning, 5326 i Needed. Quality products, high want something different? Servlng Mrs. Roger "So" Rathbun took June29. 467- commissions with advance before the High Plains. Send a # I0 SASE Elaina, Chesney and Roger Rash- A storm passed over the Cement issue, lead system, and benefits, to Ventures, Box 1536. Douglas, bun, all grandchildren, to Spearf- Ridge Lookout after 10:30 a.m. WERWINE- WILSON lTri-County Electric Association, ' (must qualify for advances & ben- 0NSTRUCTION, INC. l Inc. is accepting applications for a efits). Call: 1-800-252-2581. Itwc wY 82633. Itwc ash Park Friday where they met Tuesday, according to Forest Set- Phone Attendant Operator. This is Blllle Jo Young, Ethan and Tyler vice volunteer lookouts Lanny.and a part-tlme posltionworkingin thesundance Office, Must have good Ir-Business. II fr answers tday: Speakwlth ur ebrate hls furth blrthday with family~sltingthe histOrlc IOkut [ Whyw~uderabouttomorrow?Callpsychics 24 hours. 1-900-288- and the grouP helped Ethan cel NancyWalker'Theywerehostingalunch and play at the park. kTHTAKING VIEWI 40 acres oral communication skills, effec- when 90 miles per hour winds =d fight next to Devils Tower. tive interpersonal skills, and be II Opportunities Ill 0328 ext. 9986 ($3.99 per man.) Fern Grubb of Hulett was a suddenly hit the lookout. They Must be 18 years. Procall Corn- Tuesday afternoon visitor of Opal dldn't even have time to go down- nice cabin or home site, or able to work on a flexible schedule, llh.,.li,m,,m..,..m..,m....mm,......m pany. (602) 631-0615. I twcOudin and Cora Smith, she was stairs to the more protected rock even abed &breakfast. Call Wlll be working extensively with Capps at Century 21 Sun 682-6666 today! 28-29 1978 Plymouth Volare, original miles, red, excel- condition $900. 1978 Honda Star, 8000 miles, red, excel- $250. Call 467-5395, primary telephone console in an- tate Company seeks ambitious swering and directing calls to ap- pariners.Turnpart-tlmehoursinto propriate individuals. Submit ap- full-time future. Great money placations to Larry Kreuter. P.O. Box 930, Sundance, WY 82729, by maklngbusinessopportunlty. Call 1-800-753-3755. I twc July 12, 1993, closing date. Tri- _ ........................................ County Electric is an equal em- 8$SARE YOU AMBITIOUS?$8$ ployment opportunity employer Looking for a profitable future? 888USE OUR CASH8$$ Real Es- - ........................................ enroute home from attending ~////////f//////////~ CARD OF ! THANKS ! m. HHHmH CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank everyone a meeting of the Crook County Mu- seum Board held in the forenoon inthe museum in Sundance. Mrs. Harold Adema and sons, Jordan and Josh, attended the Maupin Rodeo held in Sundance Friday evening where Josh was one of those competing in the calf Ryan. It" M/F/H/V. 26-27 Work with us. Earn Full-tlme in- ................ ~ ............................................................... come with Part-time Hours. Call I- 8 bedroom home in one of the nicer locations in Sundance. Sturdy built in 1977, view of Sundance blountain, good starter home with room on the lot to row. ommercial building and 2 acres in Sundance. Many Possibilities. Priced right. We have a couple of fixer.uppers and some nice building lots, otherwise our inventory is short and we need home and land listings. Call us to.day. Rose Zella Proctor, Broker -3477 Norval Waller eee. R..e 8.,.. SalesAssociato r~ 28&ISU -|,LN BALE: Amerlcan Fuzzy Top Netherland dwarf bunnies. projects, Call 283- 28-29 SALE: Baby Black Gerbils. 283-2680. I t" AUCTION. Star Valley Classic Horse Sale, Lin- Fairgrounds, Afton, 17th I:00 p.m. featuring from several states includ- Several top broke geldings, performance, halter, mares stallions and young with color galore, greys. palominos, roans, and etc. 1 (801) 286-2281. ltwc TRI-COIrNTT ElectrlcAssoclatlon, Inc. is accepting applications for highly motivated individuals to participate in the Electrical Line- man Apprenticeship program to work out of the Newcastle, Moorcroft and Wright warehouses. Must be able to work well with others. High school diploma or equivalent required. Must have a valid WY drivers license, and be capable of acquiring a CDLllcense. Completion of a Lineman trade school a plus but not required. Submit applications to Larry Kreuter, P.O. Box 930, Sundance, WY 82729, by July 26, 1993, closing date. Tri-County Electric is an equal employment opportunity that helped sponsor the Crook County Royalty Contest. 800-753-3755 for details. Itwc A big thank you goes to lone ......................................... Hauber, Sandy Neiman, and Hu- DEALER8HIP Log Homes America's finest Log Home manu- facturer needs quality wholesalers. Earn excellent profits. Full or part- time. Lifetime warranty. Call Mr. Jones for business opportunity info. 1-800-321-5647 Old Timer Log Homes, Mt. Juliet, TN. I twc lest Post and Pole. An extra special thanks goes to my Grandma and Grandpa Rob- errs for all their support and love. Holly Marie Sweeney Crook County Rodeo Jr. Princess ......................................... CARD OF THANKS ~'--~ ~'~ ~ ~--~ The Hulett EMS would like to thank everyone who helped us serve the picnic, July 4th at Devils = ........ Tower. We would also like to thank ......................................... all the people in the community who brought desserts. We really appreciate your support. Hulett EMS A RESPONSIBLE BABY-SITTER, who is great with kidsl CPR and Red Cross certified. Call 283-1897 and ask for Kenda Fuhrmann. fin ......................................... WHISPERING PINE8 Painting & Janitorial Services. Commercial, Residential, 283-3957. fin ......................................... OPENING for piano students. Adults welcome. Call 283-1767. fin MISC. JAPANESE BOY 17, anxiously awaiting host family. Enjoys sports, reading, computers. Other Scan- dinavian, European high school students arriving August. Call JADE (307) 527-7042 or 1-800- SIBLING. Itwc employer M/F/H/V. 28-29 ......................................... Borne classifications may contain ode for conservation or recorded through the use of telephones. Calls to such numbem reIUit in Qhsrgs to the calling phons number. Theae tslephona related sarvlees telecommunications and are reguiatsd by the Fedsral Communications Complaints may be directsd to the FCC, 1919 M 8trees NEW., DC 20554. nswspapsr recommsnds that you investigats svery phass of opporlunltleI. We suggest you consult your own attorney and for s frss pamphlst or free further Information from ths company the offer before Investing any mossy. Or you may schists Iha Gsnsral's Office, 123 Capitol Bldg., Chsyanne, WY 82002 (307) ARE YOU FINANCIALLY STRAPPED? DO YOU HAVE BAD OR NO CREDIT? NEED A LOAN OR CONSOLIDATION? CARD OF THANKS We would llke to thank all the people who once again worked so hard to make Maupin Youth Rodeo a success. Thank you to all our many faithful sponsors, the vol- unteer help in the arena and Crow's nest, the Judges. Sundance Equipment Co. for use of a tractor, Fuzz and Llnda Foster for sheep riding sheep. Sundance ambulance for being on standby, Am& Pare. Steve and Tina for working the gate, CCHS Rodeo Club for the concession stand, Kelth and Bon- nie for helping us gather up what we couldn't find. Thanks to you all, were had our 15th successful rodeo. Thanks again, Tom & Peggy Symonds and family CARD OF THANKS We want to thank everyone for helping us celebrate our anniver- wy. Thanks for the cards, phone calls, food and staying for the potluck supper. A special thanks to our children, Wes and Patsy, Willis and Missy, Sherry and Dale for all their plan- ning and work. You all made it a very happy occasion. Donna and Charles MeAmis roping. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmelser and grandson, Eric, all of Canby, Oregon, left Tuesday to return to their home aRer visiting at the Roger Rathbun home about a week including the fourth of July. Chesney Rathbun accompanied his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Latimer, to Rapid City Sat- urday where they attended the annual Black Hills Pow-Wow at the Civic Center. Wayne Garman helped with an- nouncing at the Maupin Rodeo held in Sundance Friday and Sat- urday evenings, starting at four or five o'clock in the al ernoon. Opal Oudin and Cora Smith went to Spearfish Thursday afternoon where Opal shopped and trans- acted business. Lacey, Jeremy and LynDee Gar: man, children of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Garman, spent Wednesday visit- ing at the Bob Yemington home near Miller Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Herman White at- tended the graveside rites held Thursday afternoon for Blanche Wolfe Kelly at the Tower Divide Cemetery in their family ploL The group attending the service en- Joyed refreshments at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Orenier at their home on Lyfle Creek. The Wolfe families received word their sister, Lorraine Guhl of Pecos, N. Mexico, had passed away Thursday, the same day as Blanche Wolfe Kelly's funeral at Tower Divide Cemetery. Most of Lorraine's brothers and some of their families had been to visit Lorraine and family to help them celebrate a wedding anni- versary June I 1 in New Mexico Lorraine and Blanche were sisters. Mrs. Tony Rathbun and son, Roger, took part in the MoorcroR Jubilee Parade Saturday forenoon at I0 A.M. and also stayed for the barbecue served at noon by the Belle Fourche River. It's a known fact that At Storts, Roger "BO" Rathbun's grandfather helped play for a dance 100 years ago July 4. 1893 as part of the celebration hem alter Wfllard Ripley walled portion of the lookout tower. No tornado touched down at the lookout, but nearby swaths were evident after the storm passed. Wind velocities topped 1 I0 mph according to the anemometer at the lookout. Logging crews in the area helped remove trees from roads in the area so the people temporarily stranded at the lookout could leave. A flight was made Wednesday to access damages, according to Acting District Ranger, Gary Say. Damage was not as widespread as first expected, although up to 300 acres were nearly flattened as trees were uprooted or tops broken off. The area ofblowdown seemed to be confined to the Cement Ridge and nearby Fillmore mine areas. Say indicated that the Forest Service will be cooperating with the South Dakota Division of For- estry to more accurately assess damage on both National Forest and private lands. The Forest Service has already Identified a team to prepare an environmental assessment as the first step In making the downed trees available for harvest. "If we can sell these logs and get them into the mill within a couple months, there will be very little loss of lumber. If we wait much longer, the trees will start to rot and will not be usable", said Say. Estimates of downed trees are very sketchy at this time, but vol- ume could be from 1 to 2 million board feet of timber. Much downed aspen will probably be made available for firewood, although no firewood cutting will be allowed until after logging occurs in the ~Lrea. The publ/c should wait before Inqulrlng about firewood avai:- ability or other information on the damage. People are being asked to be careful when tmvel/ng in this area since some roads and trails may remain impassable. The Library of Congm in Washington, D.C. owna the largest collection of Incunabula- books printed before 1601-1n the Western Hemisphere.