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PAGE 8 THE 8UNDANCE TIMES JULY 28, 1994 FRIDAY & SATURDAY- JULY 29 & 30 Sidewalk Stands Bargains Galore Shop Till You Drop CARNIVAL- UPTOWN- Thursday, Friday, Saturday Presented by Sundance Area Chamber of Commerce & These Member Business Firms CRAZY DAZES Opened till 8 on Friday nite hundred's of shorts and tops priced to sell because "YOU" make us an offer and no reasonable offer will be refused. CROOK COUNTY FAIR AND RODEO 100's of Ladies western blouses; long, short or sleeveless starting at $18.74 - many made to match the jeans we carry. Over 300 ladies western jeans from Circle T, Lawman, Wrangler,~'rue Blue, Blaze; All kinds of colors all at $10.00 Off. All men's Levi and ~/erangler Jeans in stock - $5.00 Off; All men's stern shirts starting at $17.24; Straw hats ~tarting at $5.99. TELEVISIONS We're 'EM Out.' The first 'nuclear powered undersea voyage _ Come on in - check I ~ wasundertaken by the U.S. Navy submarine /f\ ~ Our Krazy Specials I Nautilus in 1955. ~// ,+ ~~. Something special" II ~ m m m m ~ \~/ ~~ every department I ~ ~~1 ~;I ~ - * Foam Coolers - $1 l ~' ~/~~ SHARPS' I - " Ph. 283-2274 Sundance B ~ ~ ~ ~, ~ ~ Come in & \ 1~1~:J~~J$ howc.zy ---~--'---- ~ ------ \ ~q~K~mnm~ b~m Sundance Coffee Club .... Thursday, Friday, July 28 - 29 - 30 In The Country Cottage GRAND OPENING SUNDANCE COFFEE CLUB Brittany & Jaimee Wales Friday, July 29 7 P.M. to 9 P.M. Saturday, July 30 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. ** Featuring Free Samples ....... Flavored espresso drinks & Italian sodas Live Music - Guest Appearance by Cdnnie Hannah HOUSE OF CREATIVE GIFTS - CRAFTS - FABRICS 206 Cleveland 8undance (Acro~ from Aro) Virgil Says: "We're ringing da bells for Crazy Days." BELL * Craft Books, Paints, Etc. 20% OFF * "Personalized" Key Rings - Stampers - Toothbrushes - Calculators $1.00 EACH * Selected Greeting Cards BUY 1 - GET 1 FREE * Light Bulbs (60 & 75 watt) 50 a Box of 4 * 60 Count Napkins 25 EACH * Yarn (While it lasts) 50 Skein HILLSIDE PHARMACY Ph. 283-3883 Sundance . AI! Toys - 25% Off Wddhfe Pictures - $1.9g Ice Cube Trays - 2/79 Children's Scissors- Rubbermaid Waste Baskets $3.99 - $4.99 AND MUCH, MUCH, MUCH MORE! DILLON HAR 2~-2~8 18 Models to Choose From Some Priced at Cost 35 Inch Zenith ........... . $1,499 31 Inch GE ................. $859 25 Inch Zenith Picture-in-Picture.S449 EVERY SIZE -- 9 In. through 35 In. And TV/VCR CIIMBOS You might buy a cheaper TV somewhere but it's hard to find QUALITY like this and at these prices. CHECK IT OUT DURING KRAZY DAYS! Many Other In-Store Specials Celebrate Crazy Days with Us: * ALL DAY FRIDAY * SATURDAY TILL NOON SUNDANCE APPLIANCE Ph. 288-8428 IBBIII County employment is fairly stable Occupational information plays a major role in helping new graduates or those in the work place who want to change Jobs in making their choices. According to the latest Issue of Trends. pub- Sundanee lished by the Wyoming Employ- ment Resources Division, Research and Planning, some of the methods of collecting and analyzing occu- pational Information include the decennial census, national and state occupational projections and the Wyoming Wage Survey. The decennial census is the only one that covers the entire nation. It collects information without regard to age, race, gender, income, dis- abilities, occupation and house- holds. Industry and occupational pro. Jections estimate what will happen based on what has happened in the past. For a variety of reasons. those developed by the national level may differ ~reatly from those done on the state level. The wage survey is a random sample of Wyoming firms likely to have specific occupations. Firms known to have employees in target occupations are selected randomly by computer. Average wages spe- chic to experience and certification are obtained from the data en- tered. According to the employment statistics included with this re- port, Crook County has a fairly stable rate of employment. The labor force has risen from 2,711 in 1991 to 2,892 in 1993. Of this number the rate of employment has gone from 2.607 in 1991 to 2,772 in 1993. The percentage of m~employment has only risen from 3.8% to 4.1% during that time, below the statewide level of 5.196 to 5.4%. K~o :! -- . ,,,oo+ We're always crazy- but come check out our Crazy Days Specials! THE COUNTRY COTTAGE 8 yOGURT GARDEN ~"'"' ":'"" ",' Store Hours." Mon.-lh'L, 8.~, Bat. $-~! Clm~l Sunday 428 Cleveland Sundsmee Phone 288-2450