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r 13 - Thu~A, lav. August 19, 2(_104 This Week at Your Library by Jill Mackey ANNUAL QUILT DISPLAY is August 3 i - come arid ooh and ash over them! are gorgeous and many to all who allowed us to quilts. The Sundance Quilting Club will be a QUILTING DEMONSTRA- PROGRAM m: Thursday 19. Tt:e', ~ill lye working aith youth iaged 10 older! in half-hour sessions 1:C4}-3:00 p.m~ Tt:ev will be ~, various quilting 3:UO 5:00 p.m. for interested in stopping in. Cunnir_gham donated a ti)r a QUILT R=MI~'FLE to al: Ellisor: machine for ask about raffle tick- |at the fror, t desk. Highlights/Program- MOTHER GOOSE resumes Thursday, % i ~:O3 a.m. Stories rue for toddlers and ~rs. OUTREACH PRO- at the day cares. Head eleme~tmw classes, nursing m:d assisted living will re- in September. BOOK DIS- GROUP resumes Tues- September !4, 6:30 p.m. The this year is "Ordinary Lives: of American Women" and be eying- secondTues- at 6:30 p.m. Our discussion this year is Kathy The first book in the is "An Amencm~ Childhood" e&Ilnie Fnllard and is now avail- for checkout. HUMANITIES Friday. September 17, ~.m~ "If Barns Could Talk." by. Hensley of Farson, LODGE WRITERS meet Tuesday- Sep- 7 at noon and September p.m. ominE Room: WYOMING 2002, winning prose and from Wyoming Writers. VOICES 2003, winning and poetry from Wyoming WYOMING VOICES 2004, prose and poetry from Writers. Fiction: THE TAKING by Koont.z. Tells the story of a cut off from a world un- "~iege. and the temfyingb_attle by a vota~ couple their neighbors as familiar become fog-shrouded traps, LOST CITY by Clive with Paul Kemprecos. Austin and his NUMA Spe- Team have their cut out for them with en- )rolong life, disappear- ~eier.tists, ap.d a body found high up in the Alps. THE A LONELY HUNTER, an Book Club selection by McCullers. Unforgettable of moral isolation in a small mill town in the 1930s. COURAGE by Dee Luke's extended fam- ~i~appem~ over Labor Day week- Is there a harmless explana- they have been vie- of a sordid crime? READY, AND ABEL, an Avalon by Linda Lattimer. Can go of the past mM grab hold standing right in front Or ,~alt he tot fears from consume him? THIS TIME an Avalon romance by Tara Lindsey's sister comes up a crazy ultimatum for her to custody, of her niece - she fir, d a husba]~d by the night her literacy program's Nonfiction: THE LEWIS 'CLARK TRAIL: YESTERDAY ~DAY by William E. Hill. to the route of the Corps of r - the reasons for the ex- how the country looked maps, photographs, as well about the muse- historic sites which now THE COURAGE TO BE A MOTHER: BECOMING AGAIN AFTER DWORCE Ellison. WILD ABOUT WHAT THE ANIMALS US ABOUT PARENTING by FIanna and Rick Prebeg. NA- UNIVERSE: VOICES OF IN- AMERICA by Native Ameri- tribal leaders, v, Titers, schol- storytetlers, edited by McMaster and Clifford E. ALL ABOUT COW- FOR KIDS, Part 1. ALL Part starring Binoche and Ralph SEVEN YEARS IN TIBET Brad Pitt. Aztdios: THE POWDER ' Winfrcd Bievins, read by Taylor. Unabridged, eight THE YELLOWSTONE by }, read by Mayru~d Unabridged, eight cas- THE SOUTH PLATTE by read by Michael Tay- six cassettes. L 2 ?>- FOR RENT For Rent: 2-Bedroom basement apartment walk-in entrance, 1/2 mile easl of port ot entry Call 283- 2091 34 LARGE 2-BEDROOM HOUSE FOR RENT- 283-2494 fin ANNOUNCEMENTS BELLE FOURCHE FLEA MARKET, August 21, 8(,0 4 (,0. downtown communily hall ~aces Available. 605-892-37~'4 34 AUTOS 1995 Dodge Intrepid & 1985 F150 pickup. Both in good condition. 283-2555 aller 600 p m tin FORSALE 12X60 TRAILER, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, $7500 - $2(