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~ ~ ! i~i,I WY 82730.30 32" I~OR SALE in Sundance. New 10,000 to 18,000 sq. 283-2171 29-32 IIALE: 1965 Starcraft tent $500. Call 307-283-2836 BP.m. 30-32* SALE: Hay, alfalla/grass, balls, $60 per ton; small $65 per ton. Frolan- 283-2813. 3132 R&G SALE, Starls Aug. I0, 1 at the Senior Center Boutique. 32-33 HAY, small Ilew. New Haven-Hulett. Call It FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 2 corner lot, 283-2015. 32--34* ~ALE: 1979 Dodge Power Durfee. I t Kreidler MoPed - Like 32-33 Mountain bike, blue, Denzin, 283-3324. 32-33* "-~._ ............................. OF THE YEAR: Units at deep discount and go "Open Teton, Nuwa, Jayco, Kit, Collins, Alfa, Avion, Boomer Sunlight, )reme. You won't bl~y for Stalk~/p's ~SPer, WY 1-800-577-9350. it '--~ ............................. Shop equipment, power Blalr's Custom i, 5107 Abbott, Casper, Aug. a.m. Welders, grinders. 22' bridge Dave Addy's 307-265-0988. 1 twc Chesapeake )ies, Champion- Splritbay last litter and beautifu]. Call 307-856- 1 two STAR Buildings. $2,786,00; 24x32xI0 - 30x48xl 2 - $5,264.00; 4 - $8,020.00. Packages collstruction and wan'anty. 1- Your post frame headquarters. 1 two mmmr Sale. Walls, 5,000+ sizes. 0, $4,790; 40x60x14, 50x60x 14, $10,030; 2, $11,069: 60x80x14, 60x100x16, $17,408. Sentinel Buildings, "0790. I twc "~-~ ............................. S00 735 2697 I~)r fl-ee 160 page catalog. I two REPOSSESSED: Will sell two (plonset round steel buildings at lo'e,,esI prices~ One Is 30x40. Neve~ used. Sacrifice prices. Call 1 800- 487-1260. I twc IFOR RENT] FOR RENT: 3-bedroom, upstairs apariment, clothe to ~{rade school. $425, plus ele,tri(iiy. Call 283- 3633 days, 283 1952 eveninKs. 31 35 1 -BEDROOM Apartment Ibr rent. 283~ 1767. ~tn ............................................. Irllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll|lllllH~ll,n i Crook County Memorial Hospi- tal is now accepting applications for part-time nursing assistants. Experience and certiiication pre- fen'd, but will ~ r~idi-L Cotlt;~.c{ M;M~ Chflds, DON at 307-283-3501 or get your application at the hospital and return it to P.O. Box 517, Sundance, Wyoming 82729. Crook County Memorial Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 31 - 32 ............................................. POSTAL JOBS. Start $12.08/hr. For exmn and application info. call 219-769-8301, Ext. WY531,7 a.m.- 7 p.m. Sun-FrL 31-34" HELP WANTED at The Sundance 'Dimes. I~art-time, Apple omputer knowledge necessaC/. Must lype fast and accurate. Aptcv at The Sundance 'limes. I t ............................................... WE ARE EXPANDING our service department, We need a service technician. Domestic and import experience helpful. GM and ASE certification a plus. Busy shopwith hlgh income potential. Contact: At Benson, Service Manager, Halls- day Motors, 307-634-1511. ltwc NEED PARTY Demonstratorsl C hristmas Around World-House of Lloyd GiRs - sell both[ Free kitl Average $13/hour now-Christmas. No investment. Weekly payt Bo- nusesl 1-800-3339524. ltwc ............................................ FULL-TIME POSITIONS for gen- eral auto mectlanic and auto part~ store (counler sales). Good ben~ tits. Resume required. Mtchelena Automotive (Attn. Jeanl, 70 Benteen, Buffalo, WY 82834. For info, call (307) 684-2237. 1 two ............................................. THE RIVERTON RANGER needs an advertising sales representa- tive. Prefer experienced person. Will consider nloUvai,ed COllllnUllica[or. Salary, colnnlissions. Write Steve Peck, Ranger, Box 993. Riverton, WY 82501. 1 two may contain ads for conversation or recorded through the nse of telephones. Calls to such numbers may a charge to the calling phone number. These telephone Services are telecommunications and are regulated by the Communications Commission. Complaints may be directed 1919 M Street NEW., Washington, DC 20554. recommends that you investigdte every phase of opportunities. Wc suggest you consult your own attorney for a free pamphlet or furtiler information from the the offer before investing any money. Or you may Attorney General's Office, 123 Capitol Bldg., Cheyenne, (307) 777-7841. is not responsible or liable whatsoever for any by an ad in this newspaper or for any of the services, or ties offered by our advertisers. The content of is the sole responsibility of tile advertiser. We do encourage or promote the lmrchase or sale of any Service, company or individual that chooses to adw~rtise in )er, and we reserve the right to refuse any/all we deem inappropriate or unacceptable by our company :ion, this newspaper reserves the rigi~t to edit, or locate any adver~ isement under whatever heading we decide will best With onr classification regulations. (206) 545-4155, ext. A89752. ltwc ............................................ HOME TYPISTS NEEDED. Also PC/word processor users. $40,000/year income potential'loll free 1-800-898~9778, et. T-6391 for details. 1 twc ........................................... DRIVERS: Flatbed 48-State OTR. As.~iKned new conventionals, com- t>~iit ie pay, benelits. $1,000 sign- on bonus, rider program, flexible lime off. Call Roadrmmer Trnck- ing, 1-800-876-7784. I two $35,0OO/YEAR Income potential. Reading books. Toll free, 1-800- 898-9778, ext. R-5139 for details Itwc CRUISE SHIPS HIRING. Earn up lo $2,000+/mo. working on cruise ships or land-tour companies. No exp. necessary. For info., call 1- 206-634-0468, ext. C89757. ltwc l SERVICES / II WORK WANTED. WILL DO Power Raking, Lawn Clean Up, Lawn Mowing and Painting. Call 283- 2719. ffneow ............................................ CONSTRUCTION, water lines, sewer concrete pads, mlsc. N.E.W. Construction, 283-2963 or 283- 3030. 6tfn ............................................. WHISPERING PINES Painting & Janitorial Services. Licensed and Insured. Commercial, Residential. Call 283-3957. tfn ........................................... / I BOOT REPAIR - Leave at Pete's Clothing in Belle Fourche, SD or call Gall Thybo 605-375-3565. 32-39 ..................................... 7 ..... I IIIIIIIIIIII'II'I'III'II'II'IIIIIIII'IIII'I'I'ttI'IIIIIIII'III'IIIIIIIII'IH ,I WANTED /11 L..................,..,,...,,,........,,I WANTED: Sundance, Crook Cotmty or Hulett newspapers for June, July 1913. Mike McWethy, 1946 Forest Ave, Richland, WA 99352. 32-35* ............................................ I i A GOVERNOR'S ELK PERMIT is being auctioned by sealed bid by the Platte County Chamber of Commerce (307-322-2322). Mini- in um bid $2,500. Hunter also pays $355 to Game & Fish. Send bid to P.O. Box 427, Wheatland, WY 82201. Bids open Aug. 15, 1995. I twc ............................................ EDUCATIONAL Opportunity. Be- come a host family for a Ibreign exchange studentl Volunteer families needed immediately for students arriving next month. Call A1SE at 1-800-SIBLING todayl ltwc .......................................... FORGET YOUR PAST, Let's Talk About Future! Re-establish credit today! No credit, bankruptcy, re- possessions, charge-offs, collec- tions, first-time buyers, divorce - No Problem. Auto financing for ev- eryone. Call Mr. Dennis, 1-800- CAR- I.OAN. I twc ........................................... 181,000 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 twc CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank the Hulett Fire Department for the help when our trailer and hay burned. Thanks to the neighbors for their help and loud. It was greatly appreciated. The Dee Clarks daughters and a son To take the crown that she Just God took her to Heaven He's taken her from us. But she Is not gone forever. She Is just waiting for us. The angels In Heaven did rejoice. To have another of God's Choice. The Devil took her hearing and ahnost her eyes. He messed up her stomach but to his surprise, God took my hand while I was still alive. clal brand of friendship and com- fort. Glen & Jeanne Wyatt CARD OF THANKS A great blg "thank you" to our friends, neighbors and volunteer fire fighters who put out the fire Sunday on our place and saved the summer grazing pasture for our COWS, Also a "special" thanks to the ones furnishing lunch We are truly grateful we live in such a wonder- ful neighborhood. CARD OF THANKS He led me through pain, the Devil Richard & Irene Snlder Since I will soon be leaving the didn't win. office of First American Title ~- ................. Guaranty, I want to take this up- ~F REAL ESTATE AUCTION Al~rl[~l portunlty to express my apprecia- tion and thanks to all of our cus- tomers for the kindness, consider- atlon and friendship they extended to me during the years I have worked for them in that capaclty. I always considered you, not only as customers, but as special friends. It was indeed a pleasure to do the title work for you and I feel sad to be leaving. ~ Former Mary Cave home below Sundance Mountain In Sundance, Wyoming ~ (Wyoming Black Hills). FRIDAY, AUGUST 25 - IO:OO A.M. Location' 420 Hillcrest in west Sundance TERMS: 10% down, balance due in thirty days or as agreed. Minimum bid: $70.000. ~A beautiful like - new 1920 square foot home with attached garage on two beautiful landscaped lots in a secluded and very desirable area. Must be seen to appreciate. I also wish to say "thank you" to the folks at the Crook County '~ Courthouse, who so kindly put up with me, without complaining, when I was underfoot and delving into their records. I owe a debt of gratitude to so many others for their support, helpfulness and cooperation throughout the years: the realtors, the banks, the attor- neys, Farmers Home Admlnlstra- lion, First American Title Com- pany at Casper, Campbell County Abstract Company, The Abstract and Title Company of Newcastle, the folks at The Sundance Times and Security Insurance Company, and Lillian Cressman, and many others. I extend special thanks to Marie Jackson who has worked with me in that office for 17 years. I always appreciated the painstaking and diligent effort she put into every task and produced excellent work. Dependability and efficiency are among her many virtues. Thank you, Marie. Thank you, Marie and Susan, for the surprise reception you had Friday. It really was a surprise. I certainly enjoyed visiting with the folks who were there and was so glad they came. I wish to express thanks for the lovely cards and flowers, the visits, the painting by Luel Worthington which I always admired so much, the delicious raspberries and as- paragus I received. Among those to whom I owe a big '~Fhank You" Is Bill Jackson who performed many handyman chores for us around the office. Marie and I weren't too great at repairing screen doors, installing the big overhead light bulbs, etc. I owe a big debt of thanks to my husband and family for their un- derstanding and patience for the many times I wasn't there for them when I would be late at the office. The office will now be under the management of Marie Jackson, assisted by Susan Fraser. They are very capable and will give you fine service. Pauline D. Kanode CARD OF THANKS From the family of Janle Sue Jones. We want to thank so many people for the help and tireless effort in helping her family during her long Illness. A special thank you goes to the following group of people: the doctors and staff of C.C.M.S.; the Prairie Home Health nurses, what a great group of people; to the Senior Cit~ens of Moorcroft for the wheelchair, walker and the nlce meals, thanks Bev; to the Nursing Home of Sun- dance for the great care shown to Janle Sue; the doctors and staffat Campbell County Memorial HoB- Call for a color brochure AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: An outstanding olfenng in a quiet mountain town. Don't miss dhis once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own this home~ .~ MARY CAVE ESTATE- OWNER I ( R.A. "Dick" Mader Real Estate, Inc. PH. (307) 682-3882 CROOK CO. WYOMING RANCH SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE: This 1,120 acre retreat is nestled into the foothills of the Black Hills in Northeast Wyoming near Devils Tower National Monument. Ideal for someone with hunting interest this property provides excellent habitat for Whitetail and Mule deer. It also offers a wonderful homesite perched in the timbered countryside. RANCH WANTED 1031 TAX DEFERRED BUYER WITH CASH LOOKING FOR A BALANCED RANCH LOCATED IN MONTANA, WYOMING OR SOUTH DAKOTA CAPABLE OF RUNNING FROM 300-600 COWS. IF YOU HAVE A RANCH THIS SIZE AND ARE INTERESTED IN SELLING, PLEASE CALL: METZGER LAND COMPANY P.O. Box 8448 Rapid City, SD 57709 (605) 348-7773 Tom Metzger, Broker lint Snook, Sales Auoc. (605) 341-2300 (605) 64~-19815 IIII LIVE MUSIC On the Patio OUTDOOR DANCE Friday & Saturday August II & 12 9:00 P.M.- 1:30 A.M. Dance tO the music of Prairie Fire Longhorn Bar