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you'll find it in the Classified! SALE HELP WANTED CLOSEOUT sale .... = ........ " models of Kirby SHARP GIRL bookkeeper- Kirby Company typist wanted, permanent. 686-0827. 30tfn Train on Compugraphic Must soil 1979 typesotting equipment. 14x70 mobile Considerable newspaper ~mken living room, makeup work. Contact built-in stereo, 2 Howard Allen, 283-3411 or garden bathtub, 283-1811. furnished. Fire- WANTED: Kitchen help and Newcastle. waitressos. Contact Aro 32-34 Restaurant. 34-35 18 ft. flatl~d, HELP WANTED: Ex- wheel trailer, perienced ranch hand, good excellent shape, pay, housing and benefits. s. 33-34 Call 283-2971 days, 283- Two-bedroom 1024 evenings. 33-35 Call for appoint- d_ WANTED: Maids- part- Sept. 1. 283- time. Apache Motel, 283- 33-34 2073. r, Aug. HELP WANTED: Three (3) at Newlin Apts. bus route drivers needed for items, clothing, Sundance: Aladdin Route, cream Sunny Divide Route, 1-90 tent, small Route. Apply to Sundance misc. Moving, High School, Glenn Grog- It 2 used 26-in. son, Principal. 32-34 - $10 each. One RUBBERMAID Party Plan e girrs20-in, bikes needs managers and deal- Jim's One Stop, ers, no collecting, deliver- it ing or soliciting. 283- 17x55 ft. General 2635. 33-36 3 bedroom, POSITIONS AVAILABLE for partially fur- RN with current Wyoming license to work in the Divi- sion of Health and Medical Services Immunization Clinics in Moorcroft, Hulett and Sundance on contract basis at $6.16 per hour. architecture Clinics in each town will be will design and about four hours per month. For more information con- for landscaping or professional tact Beverly Brown, Rn, Call John after 5 - District Public Health Nursing supervisor at Box 489, Buffalo, Wyoming -to Rent or Buy: 82834 or telephone in mor- on one or nivgs, 684-9031. 34-35 283-1212, ask ....... 31-34 TO RENT: Stor- tto 1 or Call after 6 Bear Lodge 34-35* Two 750 M,F. 24-ft. headers. two pickup Vernon Hays, Ph. 34-35* RENT CARD OF THANKS Card of Thanks We wish to extend our sincerest thanks to all who helped make our 40th wedding- anniversary one we will remember. For all the many cards from friends and relatives and for all who came to the opefi house to help make this a very Sl~ecial day, thanks and may God bless you all. Allen and Dorothy Dickey 2-bedroom 283-2812 or It Trailer lots at ~t, Sundance. Call 756-3560. 18t~ Card of Thanks POST OFFICE: The family of Cecil Cole, ft. at $2.75 per sq. ~ formerly of Hulett, wishes" to Street ja Sun- thank those who remember- Owner furnishes ed them in their time of details contact bereavement with cards, at 9~g.q-3939. phone calls, visits, flowers, money and prayers. Rev. Al and Sudie Cole Beth and Kevin Cole of storage. Jan Sherwood dry. B&B ~1550. 18tfn Card of Thanks We wish to thank our STOP. We children and grandchildren, chainsaws, all our relatives and friends small en- who helped us have a won- shar- derful 40th wedding an- ~. 283-1746. 16tfn niversary. Also thanks for for the flowers, money tree and than my own. lovely cards. R We appreciated the lovely day. Miqk~v and H#Jen Maddison Card of Thanks Worst The Devil's Tower FFA A sign in a Missouri Chapter of Hulett would like bank reads: "The worst to thank all those who took place in the world to live is part in the Crook County Fair just beyond your in- Junior Livestock Sale. We come." would like to give special -Coronet. thanks to Bill Barnes of the Belle Fourche Livbstock Ex- change who served as auc-- - -~ tioneer, to the Sturgis Live- BIRTHS stock Exchange for providing .... ringmasters, the Sundance State Bank who donated their Births services as sale clerk, to A daughter Was born Aug. Madden's Livestock, and to 3 at Crook County Memorial Dick Mader Associates. Hospital here to Bill an Nor- Your support was greatly ma Altaffer, Moorcroft. The appreciated, baby girl, named Sarah May, Devil's Tower FFA Chapter weighed 7 lbs. 4 ozs. and was Wayne Wilson, Reporter 20 inches long. Maternal grandmother is Card of Thanks Larena Altaffer, Moorcroft, We wish to thank the while Clifford Friberg, Fair- doctors and nurses at the view, Mont., is the maternal Crook County Memorial grandfather. Addie May Hospital for their care of our Followmill, Seattle, Wash. is brother, father and uncle the great grandmother. before he was sent to the Rapid City hospital. Collier m-autho~ Also, we would like to thank everyone in the Hulett community for the expres- ~trainingbook sions of sympathy, for the Gaydell Collier, Sundance, food served before the has co-authored a book on funeral and for donations to Engish and western training the EMT fund as a memorial, for horses. Published by The family of George Frisbee Doubleday & Co., Garden Card of Thanks City, New York, the publica- A special thanks to Buster tion carries a 1979 copyright. and Marlene Popham who The book, BASIC'TRAIN- almost have become parents ING FOR HORSES, was to us. written by Mrs. Collier and Mark and Cheryl Burgess Eleanor F. Prince. Originally Card of Thanks from Long Island, Mrs. Col- Sincere thanks to our lier now has the Backpocket friends and relatives and Ranch near Sundance. She children and grandchildren has reviewed books for Li- for the cake, cards, visits and brary Journal and has writ- flowers celebrating our 50th ten and edited works in var- wedding anniversary, ious fields. Mrs. Prince lives Laura and Henry Engelhaupt near Buford where she raises Card of Tlmnks and trains Arabian Horses, The family of George manages Sodergreen Horse- Hawley wishes to express its manship School and teaches appreciation and thanks for" equitation at the University the many acts of kindness of Wyoming. shown to them by their won- In the book the authors derful friends and neighbors, give specific, practical in- Thanks, too, for the many struction for both Engish and phone calls, cards, flowers, western approaches and af- memorial gifts and gifts of ter starting with first hand- food. They will be remem- ling of the foal, they cover bered always. Words cannot beginning, intermediate and express our deep apprecia- advanced training. There is tion. God bless each of you. also detailed advice on cop- The Family of George ing with special problems Hawley and on corrective training. NOW AUGUST 23, 1979 THE SUNDANCE TIMES NWMI- announces weekend retreat Human Assessment and Training ih-ograms of the Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center (NWMHC) announces a weekend re- treat-workshop designed es- pecially for executives, man- 0gets, administrators and other business industrial and If neat as a pin and ready to be moved in is your cup of tea, ask to see this remodeled and redecomtod older 2-story home in Sundance. Priced to sell in the low Large 3 bedroom remodeled home on an oversized lot in Sundance. This home features many extras, firplace, built-in appliances and a large cape cod style window. Large 3 bedroom remodeled homo on an oversized lot in Sundance. This home features many extras, fireplace~ built-in appliances and a large cape cod style window. 185 acres northwest of Hulett on good county road. Beautiful scenery, water, 70 acres of fmanground, good grassland, timber, and large spring fed reservoir.$ S 185 acres northwest of Hulett on good county road. Beautiful scenery, water, 70 acres of farmground, gogd grassland, timber, and large spring fed reservoir. 40 acres 25 miles north of Hulett. Good county road access, this land has lots of trees and water. One room cabin on property has electricity and telephone. JVK REALTY ~ .~ ~P.O. Box 270 Sundance, Wyoming 82729 PAGE 19 professional individuals in- terested in further learning of current knowledge and techniques helpful in under- standing and more effictively managing personal stress. The workshop will be held Aug. 24-26 at Black Hills~ State College Hardy Cam- pus. Workshop fees total $125 which must accompany pre- registration. TIMES ~IFIEDS Gem Results t ' " ....... , _. 2!~"'-'.' ...... ~i,: " CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD EPIS(X)PAL Rev. Stanley C. Cliver, Vicar Services - 9:30 a.m. Holy Communion - first and third. Sundays. Mornin_g prayer - second and fourth Sundays (nursery provided). Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. Mid-week Holy Communion - Wed., 7:30 - p.m. ST. ANTHONY'S CHURCH AND MISSIONS Rev. Malcolm Reid, Pastor Masses: Upton: Sunday- 8:15 a.m. Sundance: Sunday - 10:45 a.m. Moorcroft - Saturday, 6:30 p.m. UNITED METHODIST C~ Rev. George "Skip" Perry Sunday School - 10 a.m. Worship Service - 11 a.m. (nursery provided). (X)MMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH OF HULETr Sunday School, 9:45; Morning Worship, II:00 Wednes- day Night Youth Recreation, 7:30. CHURCH OF CHRIST Gaylan Walton, Minister Sunday~-Bible Study, 10 a.m. Worship sorvice and communion, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATrER DAY SAINTS Warren Fraser, Branch President Sunday Morning, upstairs in the IOOF Building. Priesthood meeting, 9:15. Sacrament meeting, 10:30 a.m. CHAPEL OF FAITH Pastor John W'dson Meeting at The Church of The Good Shepherd Episcopal, corner of 6th and main. Sunday School - 2:00, Bible Adventure Time - ages 1-9, Youth Vibrancy - 10-13, Youth Lift- 14-18, Adult Study. Worship Service - 3:00. SUNDANCE WESLEYAN CHURCH Gary Russell, Pastor Wednesday - 7:30 p.m. Mid-week Service. Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Worship Service; 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship. Tuesday - 9:00 a.m. Women's Prayer and Study Group. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Richard Holmes, Pastor Sabbath School, Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Worship Services, Saturday, 11 a.m. Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church 4th & Ryan, Sundanee, Wyoming Rev. Edwin H. Cook, Pastor Worship Service - 9:00 A.M. Sunday School o 10:45 A.M. L.W.M.L. first Tuesday of the month. SUNDANCE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. O.W. Vandenberg, Pastor Worship with us - basement of the courthouse. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morning Worship - 11 a.m. Thursday Bible study and prayer, 620 S. Third, Sundance - 7:30 p.m. Beulah Services - Sunday, 3:00 P.M. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Pastor Gerald Mahoney Hulett, Wyo. Sunday morning - 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Thursday evening (family fellowship in the home) - 7:30 p.m. BEULAH BAPTIST MISSION Beulah Community Schoolhouse Sunday School - 3 p.m. NONDENOMINATIONAL Hulett Civic Center. Services: 11:00 ~.m~ , -- - ~ .