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JULY 29, 1993 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE I ! BUYERS NEW USED PURC} BUY co, iDeS /W LP WAI 'ED rl GARAGE and Friday, July 9:00 a.m. to 9 p.m., I mile across from Vista West. !exercise machine, ice cream baby stroller, skis and lt* FOR SALE '84 Chevy S- 10 Blazer, windows and locks, AC, new tires $2500.00. Call 29-30 I FOR ,RENT FOR RENT: Nicely furnished" apartment. 283-1767. 45tfn GIVE AWAY to good home, I yr. old male dog, mixed breed, mad. size. All shots current. Good wlth k/ds.283-2113afler6p.m. 30-31 --~- ..................................... -: W ED CRUISE SHIPS Now Hiring. Earn up to $2,000+/month + world LODGE MTS, 345 acres, travel. Holiday, summer and ca- N.F. Spring. end of road reer employment available. No ex- deer, elk, turkey, perleca necessary. For employ- 307-467-5247. 29-30 meat program call 1-206-634- .......................... 0468, ext. C8975. Itwc SALE OR RENT: 40x60 ......................................... on .7 acre lot in Sun- AGRICULTURAL Diesel Service power. I0' and 12' technician. Northern Black Hills. $450 per month or sell Three years experience. Good 000 with owner financing, wages, vacation, holidays. MealS- 307-283-2242. fin cal, dental, retirement. Manufacturer's training provided. Box 128, Belle Fourche, SD 57717. Itwc FOR SALE Various sizes available. Inspected weed-free. IE- WILSON INC. Wyoming HuleR, TIC NURSING SERVICES. RNs, LPNs, CNAs needed for hospitals and long-term care facilities in Wyomingand Colorado. Topwages. weekly pay. Housing, mileage. 307- 745-7176. Itwc NEW HOLLAND Baler, 1032 bale wagon, 2 l-foot. ) rake, 1974 truck sweep. Call 716. Itwc '~.. ................................. STAR Buildings. ;8x8 garage, $3,386.00; open side, $3,462.00; storage, $7,306.00; shop, $I 1,628.00; 5,000 available. Fully warranted. 1-307-856-9011. LICENSED Ln~E & HEALTH agent needed. Quality products, high commissions with advance before issue, lead system, and benefits. (Must qualify for advances and & Collectibles Grand benefits.)Cad]: 1-800-252-2581. Carolyn's Comer, 114 Itwc Ave., Sundance, WY, - ........................................ ,July30thand31st. WANTED: General Motors and and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 ImportASE technicians. Pay up to It $18.00 per fiat rate hour, plus bonus. Paid medical with dental, PLATES books $5 at vacaUons, training, ick pay and Bureau Office. It retirement program. Contact AI Benson, Service Manager, Halla- ISALE: 7x16 Hillsboro goose- day Motors, (307) 634-151 I. Itwc horse trailer, $5,200 new.- ........................................ used $4,200 or trade for BABYSITTER for 4-month-old, 8- Cal1283-2467. 5, Monday through Friday, start It* end of AugusL 283-2054. 29-31 ............................ ~ ............ ALE: 1983 Mercury Mar- National Publishing firm needs wagon. Easy to drive, peeple to label postcards from interior, loaded. $1,300. home. $800/wk. Set your own 10 speed Roadmaster, hours. Call 1-900-740-7377 ($1.49 but needs some work, min/18 yrs+) or write: PAASE- i's Care Bearbike, chain $2660, 161 S. Lincolnway, N. Au- work, but good conditionrora, IL 60542. 27-30* $I0. 283-2050. It IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInllllllllnlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl~lI Business II Opportunit,es 111 ilnllnlllllllllllllUllllllllllllllllllllllUllllllllllllllllllllllllln CONDOM VBNDINO Route: Big profits. American Defender. 24 A RESPONSIBLE BABY-SITTER, Itwc who is great with kids! CPR and Red Cross certified. Call 283-1897 I~)RE TRAVEL, 36', dieseland ask for Kenda Fuhrmann. loaded, low mileage, show tfn condition. This is the coach ......................................... You. Why spend $300.000? WIHSPERING PINES Painting & $129,000. A must see. Janitorial Services. Commercial, Max's 'Motorhome Cen- Residential, 283-3957. tfn ' Casper, WY. 577-9333. Itwc ......................................... OPENING for piano tudent, HARLEY DAVIDSON, Adults welcome. Call 283-1767. engine, $2,900. 1980 tfn $1,295. 425 Suzuki, - ........................................ 300 cc Kawasaki AT V 4x4. Look to the Times classifieds. (307} 674-4594. Itwc Placing a claNifled ad can turn unwanted personal Items into gold. It'o easy, convenlont, and &lways Buy Clmmifiedst inexpensive. This newspaper is not responsible or liable whatsoever for any made by an ad in this newspaI~r or for any of the am.vie~e, opportunities offm~d by our advertisers. The content advertisement is the sole r~ponsibflity of the advertise. We endorse, encourage or promote the purchase or sale of any service, company or individual that choases to advuetise this newspaper, and we reserve the right to refuse any/all we deem inappropriate or unacceptable by our standards. addition, this newspaper rest-yes the right to edit, or locate classified advertisement under whatever heading we decide but conform with our classification rQguiations. classifications my centin ds for conservation or reeordsd the use el telephones. Calls to such numbers result In to the calling phone number. These telephone relsted asrvioos b telecommunications and are regulated by the Federal Communications Complninw may be directed to the FCC, 1919 M 8trasl NEW., DC 20S$4. newspaper recommends that you Investigate every phase of We suggsst you consult your own attorney nd for free pamphlet or frss further InformsUon from the company the offer before Investing any money. Or you may contact ths General's Office, 123 Capitol Bldg., Cheyenne, WY 82002 (307) CARD OF THANKS M I S C, Averydeep heart filled thank you ~t'~',~',~'~,~',~e~'A',~',~',~'-~',~'~q'~ to all the wonderful friends who ............. :, showed their support in so many NOTICE - NOTICE - NOTICE ISDA, Fml~. will schedule an Office of Personnel Management Clerical Test in Sundance in Au- gust. All interested parties are re- quested to notify Bill Butler, Hu- man Resources Manager, USDA, FmH, P.O. Box 820, Casper, WY 82602. Test packages, test site, and test date will be sent to all parties who respond in writing to the above address prior to 8/6/93. Successful applicants will be placed on the OPM Competitive Register for all Federal clerical positions. Further information may be ob- tained by calling 307-261-5300 or 307-283-2985. It ......................................... IS'x25 112' 2-storybullding tobe moved or tom down. I'll pay you $200. See at 300 block of Park Ave., Sundance. Call 283-2475 after 7 p.m. 30-31 ......................................... WIN $315! Play Bingo on Tuesday nights, 7:30 p.m. at Sundance Senior Center. All ages welcome. I t ......................................... GERMAN BOY 17, anxiously awaiting host family. Enjoys sports, music. Other Scandinavian, Eu- ropean high school students arriv- ing August. Call JADE {307) 527- 7042 or 1-800-SlBLING. Itwc LE&SE HORSES and Equipment for fishing and hunting. Lonnie Mantle, 307-856-5708 or Dar Vogel, 307-856-8552. Pavilllon, WY 82523. I twc 187,000 WYOMING People will read your classified ad ffyou place it in WY-CAN. Sell, buy, announce. $109 for 25 words. Contact your local newspaper. I two ......................................... EVERYTHING you need to know 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. Itwc ways. We appreciated all the prayers, flowers, food, visits and memorial donaUons in our time ofI sorrow. Your thoughtfulness and friendship means so very much to us and will always be remembered. May God bless each and everyone of you. The family of Glna Thar CARD OF THANKS Thank you to every one for the many acts of kindness shown us during the loss of Fred. We deeply appreciate the gifts of food, me- morial gifts and cards. A special thank you to the Crook County CattleWomen and the Senior Center for the lunch served to the family and friends. Our love and thanks The family of Fred Schulze CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank the commu- nity of Sundance for their support in sending me to the National FHA Convention in California. I would also like to thank the School Board, Mr. Carrier, Mr. Ludeman and our adviser Mrs. Mischke, for all their support and help. Thank you to Josle Pearson and Jim Gels our chaperones for taking time away from their family to go with us. A special thank you to Charlene and Virgil Virchow and my parents for all their support. I had a great Ume and learned a lot and hope to share what I learned with other FHA members. Thank you, Jennifer Mott FHA President II John (Scot) and Kandl Gage are the parents of a baby girl, Britnl Nichole, born July 22 in San Di- ego, CA. Mrs. Gage is the former Kandi Kiplinger of Sundance. Paternal, grandparents are Jack and Dee Gage ofWinnemucca, NE. Maternal grandmother is Virginia Kiplinger of Sundance, WY. Ma- ternal great-grandmother is Ann Edmondson of Mesa, AZ. Miller Creek ARE YOU FINANCIALLY STRAPPED? DO YOU HAVE BAD OR NO CREDIT NEED A LOAN OR CONSOLIDATION? CIIM- 1-800-766-9785 by Opal Oudin July 25, 1993 Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rathbun and children, Elaina and Chesney Paul, returned home Saturday evening from a week's vacation touring spots in Colorado, Utah and Wyo- ming. They visited Rocky Moun- tain National Park in Colorado, Arches NaUonal Park, Zion Na- tional Park and Brice Canyon Na- ANNUAL FAMILY FAMILY "& RELATIVES August 1st Picnic Grounds at Devils Tower Potluck dinner around noon YA'LL COME! CARD OF i | "" | CARD OF THANKS The Sundance Summer Blood Drive is over. We drew almost 60 pints of blood and many thanks are in order:, to the Preceptor Omega Chapter Sorority and the United Methodist Women for cookies and Juice, to Marge Goodson, and Jeanette Smith for working all day, to the Crook County School Dis- trlct for the use of the gymnasium, to United Blood Services of Rapid City for their efficiency, and last but certainly not least, to the many citizens who took time from their busy summer days to give us their blood. You are all appreciated more than words can say. Pare Floyd Guy was gone on a/light, he flies for Delta Airlines and returned home Saturday. Rathbuns drove across part of southern Wyoming on their return trip home. It rained on them at Salt Lake Cltytl Mr. and Mrs. Roger "Be" Rath- bun, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rathbun and little Roger, Randy Rathbun, Sandy Powery and Travis Powery. Billie Jo Young and sons, Ethan and Tyler, attended the Loggers Day acUv/Ues held at the Lazy Y Saturday afternoon and supper. The annual Devils Tower Loggers Day celebrates was held Satur- day at the Lazy Y Steakhouse and Dally Lounge at Tower Junction with registraUon In the. forenoon and the events starting after noon. An auction was held following the contests with merchants and in- dividual donaUng items, these funds are set for injured loggers in the are The Lazy Y Steakhouse furnished the meat for the pork supper with logger families pro- viding salads, rolls and desserts. The evening was topped off with music by "Moments NoUce" for the dance. Sarah Rose Yemington returned home Saturday evening with the Rick Jackson family from Minne- apolis where she had visited aweel~ dacksons are visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jackson In Sundance and friends here. They are former residents of Sundance having operated the Sundance Blue business. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wood and sons, Clay and Cody. all of Sun- dance and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Garman were Sunday dinner guests ofMaryOarman ather home The results of the recent OpenCrawford. Horse Show have been released.Junior Reining: Ist - Gilllan Placings are as follows. Grunkemeyer; 2nd Nlcole Beginner Showmanship: Ist - Hutchinson; 3rd - Jesslca MIS- Hannah Osborne; 2nd - Elizabeth chke; 4th - Kelly Downey. Mischke; 3rd - Angela Gwlnnup;Junior Trail: Ist - Gillian 4th - Dusty Thomas; 5th - Jared Grunkemeyer, 2nd - Grant Craw- Crawford; 6th - Amy Goodson; 7th ford; 3rd - Nlcole Hutchinson; 4th - Wade Crawford. - Jessica Mischke; 5th - Kelly BeginnerPonyPleasure: Ist-CoriDowney;. 6th - Kara Crawford. Turblvllle;2nd-HannahOsbome. Junior Poles: 1st - Nlcole Beginner Westem Pleasure: lst-Hutchinson; 2nd - Nicole Hannah Osborne; 2nd - Elizabeth Hutchinson; 3rd - Jessica MIS- Mischke; 3rd - Erin Vineyard; 4th chke; 4th - Kara Crawford; 5th - - Ann Barker; 5th - Dusty Thomas; Grant Crawford; 6th - Christy 6th - Amy Goodson; 7th - Angela Wondercheck. Gwinnup. Junior Barrels: Ist - Kara Craw- Beg. Western Horsemanship: Istford; 2nd - Nlcole Hutchinson; 3rd - Hannah Osborne; 2nd - Eliza--GillianGrunkemeyer; 4th-Nicole beth Mischke; 3rd - Ann Barker;, Hutchinson; 5th-JesslcaMischke; 4th - Erin Vineyard; 5th - Dusty 6th- Grant Crawford. Thomas; 6th - Jared Crawford. Senior Showmanship: I st - Beginner Western Riding: Ist -Janelle Bettmann; 2nd - Jeanna Ann Barker=, 2nd - Elizabeth Mis- Bergum; 3rd - Jen C, cx~vin. chke; 3rd - Dusty Thomas. Senior English Equitation: 1st - Beginner Reining: 1st- Hannah Janelle Bettman; 2nd - Jenna Osborne; 2nd - Dusty Thomas. Bergum. BeglnnerTrall: 1st - Ann Barker;, Senior English Pleasure: Ist - 2nd - Jared Crawford: 3rd - Dusty Janelle Bettmann; 2nd - Jenna Thomas; 4th - Erln Vineyard; 5th - Bergum. Wade Crawford. Senior Western Pleasure: Ist - Beginner Barrels: Ist - Dusty Janelle Bettmann; 2nd - Tab Thomas; 2nd - Erin Vineyard; 3rd Barker;, 3rd - Jan Goodvin; 4th - Cori Turblville; 4th - Hannah Heath Turblville; 5th - Jenna Osborne; 5th - Ann Barker, 6th - Bergum. Elizabeth Mischke. Senior Western Horsemanship: Beginner Poles: I st - Dusty The- I st - Janelle Bettmann; 2nd - Tab mas; 2nd - Hannah Osborne; 3rd - Barker;, 3rd - Jenna Bergum; 4th - Erin Vineyard; 4th - Ann Barker, Heath Turhiville; 5th - Jen Good- 5th - Elizabeth Mischke: 6th- Jared vln. Crawford. Senior Western Riding: I st - Tab Junior Showmanship: Ist - Barker:, 2nd - Janelle Bettmann; Gillian Grunkemeyer; 2nd - Nlcole 3rd - Jenna Bergum; 4th - Heath Hutchinson; 3rd - Jessica Mis-Turbiville. chke; 4th - Christy Wondercheck; Senior Reining: I st - Tab Barker, 5th - Kara Crawford: 6th - Kelly 2nd - Janelle Bettmann; 3rd - Downey. Jenna Bergum. Junior English EquitaUon: Ist - Senior Trail - Ist - Tab Barker, Gillian Grunkemeyer; 2nd - Nicole 2nd - Janelle Bettmann; 3rd - Hutchinson. Jenna Bergum; 4th - Jan Goodvin. Junior English Pleasure: Ist - Senior Barrels: Ist - Shannon Gillian Grunkemeyer, 2nd - Nlcole Burke; 2nd - Jennifer Vineyard; Hutchinson. 3rd - Heath Turblville; 4th - Janelle Junior Pony Pleasure: I st - Nlcole Bettmann; 5th - Jen Goodvln; 6th Hutchinson. - Tab Barker. Junior Western Pleasure: Ist- Senior Poles: Ist - Jennifer Gillian Grunkemeyer; 2nd - Jes- Vineyard; 2nd - Shannon Burke; slca Mlschke; 3rd Nicole 3rd - Jen Goodvln; 4th - Heath Hutchinson; 4th - Kara Crawford; Turblvllle; 5th - Jenna Bergum; 5th - Grant Crawford; 6th - Callie 6th - Tab Barker. Hilty. Adult Showmanship: Ist - Karen Junior Western Horsemanship: Horn; 2nd - Donna Swinnup. 1st - Gfllian Grunkemeyer, 2nd - Adult Western Pleasure: 1st - Nlcole Hutchinson; 3rd - Jessica DonnaGwinnup; 2rid- KarenHom. Mischke; 4th - Grant Crawford; AxiultWesternHorsemanshlp: 1st 5th - Callle Hilty; 6th - Kelly - Karen Horn; 2nd - Donna Downey. Swinnup. Junior Western Riding: Ist - AdultWestemRiding: Ist-Karen Gilllan Grunkemeyer;, 2nd - Grant Horn; 2nd - Donna Swinnup. Crawford; 3rd - Nicole Hutchin- Adult Reining: Ist- Karen Horn; "son; 4th - Christy Wondercheck;-2nd - Donna Swlnnup. 5th - Nicole Hutchinson; 6th- Kara Adult Trail: I st - Karen Horn; 2nd - Donna Swinnup. near Miller Creek. Peggy Symonds of east of Sun- Roy Conzelman and son, Ty, spent dance and Opal Oudln were guests some time at the Herman White of DorothyGreenwoodatherhome ranch Wednesday where Roy in Sundance Tuesday for a noon helped Dan with some ranch work. luncheon with a unique decorative Mr. and Mrs. Harold Adema at- centerpiece and candles, to corn- tended the NaUonal High School plete the table decor. The main Rodeo held at Gillette Saturday. dish and centerpiece were creaUons the radio reported there were 1440 of the hostess. contestants for the national con- Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bunney and test which lasts a week or more. daughters of Gillette were Satur- Mrs. Steve Young (Billle Jo) and day luncheon guests of Mr. and sonsspentFriday. Frldayovernlght Mrs. Jeff Garman and family, the and Saturday at the Roger Rath- two families attended the Loggers bun home where the ladles were Day acUvities in the afternoon, it constructing vests, was a showery, damp and chilly Mr. and Mrs. Jack LaUmer spent day, but the acUvities took place. Sunday evening. July 18 at the Mr. and Mrs. BobYemington and Roger Rathbun home where they family and his mother attended visited and played cards, the Loggers Day events Saturday Cora Smith became a resident at evening including the supper. the Crook County Nursing Home Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rathbun and Tuesday after spending two years Roger and Mr. and Mrs. Vere Au- living with her eldest daughter, rand enjoyed a picnic supper and Opal Oudin at Opal's ranch home. fishing at Keyhole Dam Sunday Corawfllbeglad to vlsitwith friends evening. and relatlves any tlme at the Home. Roger Rathbun, son of Mr. and Jay Greenwood and fr/end, Jeff, Mrs. Tony Rathbun, accompanied both of Rapid City, S.D. visited his grandmother, Crlss Rathbun, Dorothy Greenwood, Opal Cuds to Hulett Sunday forenoon where and Cora Smith in Sundance Sat- they attended Sunday School. urday, they also helped withMr. and Mrs. Jeff Garman and projects at Opal's ranch, family attended the annual Alad- Becky Rush of Ft. Collins, Colo., din Days picnic held Sunday at spent Saturday evening baby-slt- Aladdin, WY where races, games, Ung Taylor at the home of Mr. and horseshoes and volleyball were Mrs. Ross Gannan whlle her par- some of the acUv/Ues people par- eats took in the dance held at the Uclpated or competed in for an- Lazy Y Steakhouse, Becky waster xinmenL home in Hulett on a week's vaca- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelden of tlon. Accord, N.Y., Florence Wilson of Mr. and Mrs. Herman White, Mr. Mitchell, S.D., and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Wilford Kennedy, Helen Tom Seamens of Florida were Ellard and Terry Wlechert were Monday aRernoon visitors of Cora guests and visited at the home of Smith and Opal Oudln at Opal's Archie and Sharon Callander,ranch home. Florence and Mrs. Calvin and Barbie at Newcastle Kelden are sisters of the late Penn Sunday where the group enjoyed a Smith. picnic hosted by the Callander family. ' Always Buy ClmmLqed !