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OCTOBER 11, 1990 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 11 GOTA JOB TO DO? NEED SOME HELP? TRY THE .... sire! INMENT Friday night west of junction and 212. Con- Welcomed Monday- b to 4, 605-892-2166. tion Co., Belle 21tfn FOR SALE: Alpine, 14x70, redwood deck. 1% baths, shingled siding. Inside room, dishwash- stove, excel- Must be moved. 283-2924, 605- 39-41" Complete Preway pipe. $35, o13o. 40-41" 7th and Ph. 283-2414. 40-42' AKC registered Bom Ph. 283-2189. It .. ....................... 1987 2-ft. travel equipped,  an- tire, new kitchen, gas full double bed in Call evenings 41-42" Ford, Chrysler, longblocks with 5 mile guarantee. Special: 350 New takeoff $595. EDWARDS 1-800-826- Itwc Factory on Floor Mad- l-Stoker Heating can save on Winter risComing! No job is too big or too small for the classifieds. Find a job or the right ltwc CROOK COUNTY MEMORIAL Hospital & Nursing Home is looking for caring people to work as nursing assistants. Nursing assistant certification classes will be provided. Call 283 -350 I, ask for Patricla Vail. 40-41 ..................................... WANTED: Dependable, loving individual to care for infant twins. Call 283-2234. 40-41 in Rapid City on Sunday. Last $13.90 HER HOUR. U.S. Mail week Mary and Mel were busy Jobs, YourArea. No Experience getting fire wood and Mary was Necessary. (219) 836-3434, ext. glad to get windows cleaned 175. I twc and also the chimney cleaned ..................................... for the winter ahead. . Visltng with Vi Courchaine Persona I on Sunday were Kelly and Doug Carter and little Abble. Dick and Herb Lennville left for the LONELY? Wants fall in love? For only $2/min. you can lis- ten and meet people Just like you! 24 hrs. All ages/lifestyles. Call 1-900-786-7720 (CMS). 40-41 wc ..................................... Surrogate mothers needed for ..................................... infertile couples. Contact ICNY, FRIENDLY HOME PARTIES 14 E. 60th Street, N'Y, NY has openings for dealers. No 10022. 1-800-521-1539. cash investment. NO service 40-4 lwc charge. Highest commission ..................................... ADOPTION. California, Chris- and hostess awards. Three catalogs. Over 800 items. Call 1-800-488-4875. 40-41 ..................................... FRIENDLY HOME PARTIES has openings for dealers. No cash investment. NO service charge. Highest commission and hostess awards. Three catalogs. Over 800 items. Call 1-800-488-4875. I twc ..................................... SEEKING NANNIES. Director meets families in their homes. Xlnt. salary. Alrfare provided. Nanny support groups. New York Nanny Center, inc., leave message. 307-721-21 55, Brenda (former nanny.) Itwc ..................................... WANTED: PART-TIME service station attendant. Apply at Leslle's Standard. I t ..................................... BUSINESS. OPPORTUNITIES TRAVEL AGENCY - Start your own, $1670. No lic. or bond. For free info./newsletter cafl: 1-800-926-5800. I twc ..................................... SNACK VENDING Business for sale. Quality machines, Ices- *ions provided. Full training - AUCTION--Nov. company support. 1-800-234- t, Cola--Backhoes, 5725. Itwc Bobcats, Dump ..................................... trailers, GRAND OPPORTUNITY. Lo- trucks, genera- col vending route for sale, high ehwltch, bender, tractor, truck income. CalIFrank. 1-800-749- 6800. I twc R &J Auc- . .................................... Itwc . RENT ,.o,,: o+ male kitten about APARTMENT for includes utilities. 37tfn 651 acres with house and on live creek 8 Devils Tower. Cal ! 605-584- 40-41" '; 3-bedroom mobile 283-3264. 40-41" 12 weeks old. Missing since Oct. 5, 1990. Very friendly. Children's pet. 283- 1177. It ..... : ................... ,-?---y, FOR RENT. Phone 283- 30fin TED (utters. 18 miles Good 38-41 or consign used nes, especially move and re- at own ex- Brady Mobile 1885. Itwc Classix Hair Barber Day will from 9 to 6. tian, young professional couple with much love and security to offer, desire to adopt white baby to age 1. ALL expenses paid. Totallylegal.VLEASE call Annie collect (213) 530-8250. THANK YOU. 41-42wc ..................................... Surrogate mothers needed for infertile couples, Contact ICN'Y, 14 E. 60th Street, NY, NY 10022. 1-800-521 - 1539. 41-42 ..................................... AIDS- Questions or Concerns? Call Casper-based Wyoming AIDS Project. Information & referral. Toll free 1-800-635- 2698 or 237-7833. Itwc ..................................... TALK ONE ON ONE LIVE. Meet new friends all over America. 1-900-258 LIVE. $1/mln., 25 minimum. -900-654-MEET, $1/min., 15 minimum. Call from home/office. (R403) 41-42wc ..................................... Make new friends - talk one- on-one to gals/guys in your area. 1-900-741-LIVE. $I/mln, 15 minimum. Also 1-900-741- GALS. $1/man. 20 minimum. (R404) 4 I-41 wc ..................................... LONELY? Wanna fall in love? For only $2/min. you can lls- ten and meet people Just llke you124 hrs. All ages/lifestyles. Call 1-900-786-7720 (CMS). Itwc ..................................... Will do mowing and trimming. Call R&H Enterprises at 283- 2681. 27tfn WHISPERING PINES Painting & Janitorial Services. Commer- cial, Residential, 283-3957. *fin ..................................... $NEED CREDIT$ $5000.00 credit card regardless of credit history. Major bank cards also available. Plus a fabulous camera, film, and vacation package. Phone (405) 364- 5574, extension 66. 40-4 lwc ..................................... A RESPONSIBLE BABY- SITTER, who is great with kidsl CPR and Red Cross certified. Call 283-1897 and ask for Kenda Fuhrmann. 19th ..................................... SNEED CREDITS $5000.00 credit card regardless of credit history. Major bank cards also available. Plus a fabulous camers, film, and vacation package. Phone (405) 364- 5574, extension 66. 41-42wc VISA/MASTERCARD, Easy, FasU No deposit. No credit checkfAlso $5,000 Credit Plus Card. Guaranteed approval. Cash advances Avoid Christ- mas rush! Call hOWl 1 (800) 234-6741, anytime, ltwc ..................................... CARD OF THANKS Dear Family, Friends and Neighbors: Thank you all so much for the cards, flowers, telephone calls and visits while I was in the hospital while recovering from appendicitis surgery and also the complications following. It is a blessing to live in such a kind a loving area. May God bless you. Herman T. White. CARD OF THANKS We are so grateful to the people who came to help when Sarah fell last Sunda. to Pat Mol- lenbrink, Mike Frolander, and Steve Cassldy, EMTs; to Dr. Vtllano and to Marlene Edwards and to Tony Raschkow - x-ray tech. Their kindness and the professional care they gave is so appreciatedl Thank you all so much. Sarah is fine. Bob, Mary, Sam & Will October 8, 1990 Bryan and Vlcki Graham are the proud new parents of a baby boy born on September 2 I. Stephen Harold weighed 8 Ibs. I I/2 oz. Vlcki and her new son got to come home on Wednesday. Vicki's mother, Sharon Boyl, came up from Rapid City to help out for a few days. " Mel Shepperson has been busy helping his brother, A Shepperson, bring the cattle from summer pasture the last week. Mary Shepperson and Jesse Shepperson enjoyed at- tending the animal auction held SELL IT FAST Big Horns on Saturday to try and find their horses and brin them home. Dan O'Brien and Herb Lennville were hunting m the Big Horns the past week and their horses got spooked and ran off. Sure hope the guys are able to find them. Hilma Saari enjoyed shopping in Spearfish during the week. Hilma was a brief visitor of Dick and Helen Metzel on Sat- urday. Bill and Millle Berry were shoppers in Belle Fourche and Spearfish last week. Bill and Jane Dunbar have been en- Joying the football games that Sundance has played. Everyone is real proud of all of the play- ers on the team. Best of luck to all of them this coming week- end. Gene and Mary Hartley en- Joyed having their grandson who was home on leave from the Navy and his girlfriend visit with them last weekend. Dur- ing the last week Mary and Gene had company from Mon- tana visit with them. In their spare time, they have been busy getting fire wood stocked up for the winter. Margaret Blakeman enjoyed having Chef, and Roger stop in to visit the last of September. Cherl and Roger had been on vacation around Sheridan and were able to go fishing. Ed Kuenne was also a visitor at Margaret's that weekend. Margaret enjoyed having Pas- tor Paul Redfleld and wife Judy )erson to fill it in The Sundance Times Classifieds. Call, 283-3411. Hllma enjoyed visiting with Malted and Cornell Stoltz and Alice Nonnast last Saturday. Judy Kelsey and Mrs. Kemp from the Winner, S.D., area visited with Margaret last week. The County health nurse will be at Margaret's on October 11 from 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. giving flu shots and taking blood pres- sures. Jim Dunbar was busy on Saturday picking apples for his folks from Margaret's trees in her yard. Margaret enjoyed joining Bruce Redfleld and family and Mrs. Paul Redfleld for dinner at the Arc in Sun- dance on Sunday. Bill Welsh has been filling in for Pastor Paul Redfleld at church while he is gone. Margaret got word from Bill Blakeman and he is still in Florida. Ray Follum and family visited with Margaret during the week. Zelma and Mike enjoyed touring through the new Wal- Mart in Spearfish last weekend. Zelma Hayer and Doris Kohler enjoyed going to Deadwood last Saturday evening. Mist. Kohler visited with Zelma on Sunday eveningwhile her grandmother had to go out. Visiting with Mike Hayer on Sunday after- noon was Chad Penn from Buffalo, Wyo. but is going to school at Black Hills in Spearfish. Happy anniversay to Frank and Marlene Simons. Happy birthday to Ed Henshall and happy birthday to Kristi Si- mons. Happy birthday to Doris Talley. by Corn Smith October 8, 1990 Several Sundance seniors and Bruce Redfleld for dln. g n,19.yd>[uoqipJr9 pearfish " , at her home one day last v'ek. via the senl0r Citizens van last Pastor Paul Redfleld had minor Monday. surgery at Ft. Meade in Sturgis Ulrtc and Alice Hawken, Nancy last week and hope he will be Steedley and son Vance made home soon. Len Wales was real a trip to Rapid Citylast Monday kind in hauling water for ev- where Ulric and Alice kept op- eryonelastweek.Margaretand tical appointments. The CHURCHES First Baptist Church 10th and Cleveland Pastor Nathan MacNaily Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. Worship - 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Night Prayer meeting - 7:00 p.m. Church of Christ 123 Edna Minister - Kevin Bentch Bible Study - 10:00 a.m. Worship - 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Night Bible Study - 6:00 p.m. Chapel of Faith 116 S. 3rd Pastor R.W. Chord Sunday School - 9:00 a.m. Worship - 10:15 a.m. Evening Worship - 6:00 p.m .United Methodist Church 3rd and Ryan Pastor Lowell M. Karnes Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Morning Worship - 10:30 a.m. Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church 4th and Ryan Rev. David Anderson, Pastor Bible Class - 8 a.m. Worship 8:45 a.m. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Wesleyan Church West Highway 14 Pastor Paul Redfieid Sunday School - 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship - 11:00 e.m. Evening Worship - 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting - 7:30 p.m. Church of the Good Shepherd Mission-Episcopal 602 Main Father Robert R. Anderson Church School: Morning Prayers and Holy Communion on Alternate Sundays - 9:30 a.m. Thursday Night: Study Group - 6:00 p.m. Holy Communion - 7:00 p.m. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Lee Street Sacrament Meeting - 9:00 a.m. Sunday School - 10:00 a.m. Priesthood Meeting and Relief Society - 11:00 a.m. Seventh-Day Adventist Church Thompson and 4th Rev. David Maddox Church 9:00 a.m. Sabbath School 10-11:30 a.m. St. Paul's Catholic Church 805 Oak Sundanee St. Ruth Ellert Sunday Mass - 10:30 a.m. St. Mathew's Catholic Church Hulett Sunday Mass - 12:30 p.m. Crook County Nursing Home Church services are held at 10 a.m. each Friday. Local ministers take turns holding services. tiawKens were also business visitors in Belle Fourche last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Long of Philip, SD were last Monday visitors of Ervie and Lydia Ha- gen. They are long time friends when the Hogens lived at Kadoka, SD. Don and Terra Buckman and sons were visitors of Genieve George during the week. Frank Crago was a Friday afternoon visitor of Betty Crago. Betty Crago, Nellie Humphrey and Margaret Beagle dined out together at noon last Thursday. Roger and Marjorie Creamer of Colorado Springs, CO arrived here last Friday and are visit- ing her parents, Henry and Mae Oudin. Saturday the Henry Oudin home was the scene for a family reunion and carry-in dinner. Those attending were Henry and Mae Cud,n, Sam and Marie Sewell, Roger and Marjorie Creamer, Bill and Doris Oudin, Debbie Freed and son, Dust,n, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Sewell and family, and Jean Reed. All en- Joyed a sumptuous dinner and afternoon of visiting. Roger and MarJorie Creamer returned to Colorado Springs Monday. Palmer and Edna Hegge are enjoying a visit with Don and Ruth Stowsand of Hartford, SD. The ladies are sisters. Ervie and Lydia Hagen were ,, ,,, , , in Spearfish and Sturgls last Friday. Margaret Eilsbury, Loretta Durfee and Marjorie Goodson drove to Sheridan last Friday where they attended the State Library meeting and dinner. Gay Collier, Sundance Library Director, received the Wyoming State Librarian of the Year award. Edie Trickle, Sundance Children's reading class re- ceived the children's award. The ladies returned home Saturday. Genleve George and Lillian Cressman dined out at noon Saturday and enjoyed an af- ternoon drive. Betty Crago was a Sunday supper guest of Lee and Pat Roadifer and children. Ramona Policky of Rapid City was a last Tuesday overnight guest of Frances Pollcky. She was enroute to Salt Lake City, Utah. John Gohrick moved his trailer house and is now a resident in the Beagle Trailer CourL We were sorry to hear of Re,. Paul Redfield's illness and surgery. He is presently at home. We wish him a speedy recovery. We are sorry to hear of the passing of Jack McNutt Sat- urday. Services are pending. Our sincere condolences to the bereaved. STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION T., Su.d,oo. ,l oot, 199o .oo.1= -- -" '1 -e l"lsl' 11 Hsin Street, 5undonce, Crook County, t/omtn 82729 Jll Main Street, Sundonoe, Crook County, ',43oml  82729 8undance Tines, Inc., Box 00, 8undanoe , W3omlr  82729 Howard U. Allen, Box 400, 8undancet yomin S2729 Howard O. Allen, Box .00, 8undance, yoming 8272.9 G A t Nm I,! i xM  he.ll Me.m.C [7 .. Cee. oe .e I ! Me.a., i, ,1 S.ln,l ,w tcxet ,,,d tmlt 1850 180 12al 121 7t 1'1.95 291 f e, N,mN,., r,bs om 1850 175 1426 1506 85 To be held st the Wayne Reynolds Rsneh. 1 mile North of *she*o, WY which is 27 mau North of Me*mr*re, WY (Tk, n need} TUESDAY, OCT. 23- !! A.M. MACHINIY * * * * VEHICLE8 * * * HAY JD Tractor, Mod81 400. with pow81sht, air. beater, and Jl) Loader - 1@76 Massey-FerSuson 285-D, with cab cooler and beater, essy on loader, dual ltniica, S pt. hReh. new ozqne and new *lurch sFstem - Hess*on 5450 aaler. Ube now ($1R.0GG owed - stertfJ bkQ - Long khoe for for S pt.  i oll, S buekats, used very Uttis - Loltlll Idndar-mixer, ill Idulio, three sets of lemi, bee-, ke In she4, reld to go to work (will 8rend bibs1 of oar m ia 10 minute*) - New i mro b81er one*no, engine needs work - Cram sr on ber,  - 8 matl Haatln emop feeders for lves - 1 yd hhulie mar dump serar on rubber IHC S ft. hog mower, good eondlUen - open 20 ft. elevator for grsln or small sqnaro bides on rubber - bobsled with haFrk - bebeisd, need8 wood on on* +.'umr - hotary rubber tired wagon end roek - S pt. round bale fcadar. S pt. htth fpoeonock ent for minter - 20 motel eorrsl pen*de - misc. propane bottles - atohmon's pertaMe livcatoek blsmdin ht,, need8 tires - lm1:abl livcatok leadin ohm on rubber - [500 .  t*n b w/stand - Continentsl post hole dir with 12 laeh anger - eetrie forte*re and suppUes - Approx. 200 ton of hay in smsdl square and big round \\;balee. 160 ton of 1900 hay, bedaneo 1989 hay. hlfl and  mix - room air caadlttoner - Whirlpool wuhlng mesh*no. its* k wher sad dlyor - end tome - misc. 1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 2-dr, all new tires 1974 Buick Century, new tires on ry 1980 Ford Fiesta, new  on front CATTLE 25 eoming S-year-old ersos-bred eows to Baler Bull, ban wteeinatod, will be preg-testad IS mixed eslvee, out of Baler Bull, S/4 Mood 881er S Bull Calves, .flinty u bull prospe I coming three- yesr-old Baler Bull Auctioneer's Note: This Js a quality offering all the way through and machinery will sell first at start of sale. There are no small items so be there on time. TERMS: CASH LUNCH  sot n,,.bis for idents WAYNE REYNOLDS, OWNER A 307/756-9543 R.A. DICK MADER & SONS, AUCTIONEERS Gillette, WY - Ph. 307/682-3882 OCTOBER 11, 1990 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 11 GOTA JOB TO DO? NEED SOME HELP? TRY THE .... sire! INMENT Friday night west of junction and 212. Con- Welcomed Monday- b to 4, 605-892-2166. tion Co., Belle 21tfn FOR SALE: Alpine, 14x70, redwood deck. 1% baths, shingled siding. Inside room, dishwash- stove, excel- Must be moved. 283-2924, 605- 39-41" Complete Preway pipe. $35, o13o. 40-41" 7th and Ph. 283-2414. 40-42' AKC registered Bom Ph. 283-2189. It .. ....................... 1987 2-ft. travel equipped,  an- tire, new kitchen, gas full double bed in Call evenings 41-42" Ford, Chrysler, longblocks with 5 mile guarantee. Special: 350 New takeoff $595. EDWARDS 1-800-826- Itwc Factory on Floor Mad- l-Stoker Heating can save on Winter risComing! No job is too big or too small for the classifieds. Find a job or the right ltwc CROOK COUNTY MEMORIAL Hospital & Nursing Home is looking for caring people to work as nursing assistants. Nursing assistant certification classes will be provided. Call 283 -350 I, ask for Patricla Vail. 40-41 ..................................... WANTED: Dependable, loving individual to care for infant twins. Call 283-2234. 40-41 in Rapid City on Sunday. Last $13.90 HER HOUR. U.S. Mail week Mary and Mel were busy Jobs, YourArea. No Experience getting fire wood and Mary was Necessary. (219) 836-3434, ext. glad to get windows cleaned 175. I twc and also the chimney cleaned ..................................... for the winter ahead. . Visltng with Vi Courchaine Persona I on Sunday were Kelly and Doug Carter and little Abble. Dick and Herb Lennville left for the LONELY? Wants fall in love? For only $2/min. you can lis- ten and meet people Just like you! 24 hrs. All ages/lifestyles. Call 1-900-786-7720 (CMS). 40-41 wc ..................................... Surrogate mothers needed for ..................................... infertile couples. Contact ICNY, FRIENDLY HOME PARTIES 14 E. 60th Street, N'Y, NY has openings for dealers. No 10022. 1-800-521-1539. cash investment. NO service 40-4 lwc charge. Highest commission ..................................... ADOPTION. California, Chris- and hostess awards. Three catalogs. Over 800 items. Call 1-800-488-4875. 40-41 ..................................... FRIENDLY HOME PARTIES has openings for dealers. No cash investment. NO service charge. Highest commission and hostess awards. Three catalogs. Over 800 items. Call 1-800-488-4875. I twc ..................................... SEEKING NANNIES. Director meets families in their homes. Xlnt. salary. Alrfare provided. Nanny support groups. New York Nanny Center, inc., leave message. 307-721-21 55, Brenda (former nanny.) Itwc ..................................... WANTED: PART-TIME service station attendant. Apply at Leslle's Standard. I t ..................................... BUSINESS. OPPORTUNITIES TRAVEL AGENCY - Start your own, $1670. No lic. or bond. For free info./newsletter cafl: 1-800-926-5800. I twc ..................................... SNACK VENDING Business for sale. Quality machines, Ices- *ions provided. Full training - AUCTION--Nov. company support. 1-800-234- t, Cola--Backhoes, 5725. Itwc Bobcats, Dump ..................................... trailers, GRAND OPPORTUNITY. Lo- trucks, genera- col vending route for sale, high ehwltch, bender, tractor, truck income. CalIFrank. 1-800-749- 6800. I twc R &J Auc- . .................................... Itwc . RENT ,.o,,: o+ male kitten about APARTMENT for includes utilities. 37tfn 651 acres with house and on live creek 8 Devils Tower. Cal ! 605-584- 40-41" '; 3-bedroom mobile 283-3264. 40-41" 12 weeks old. Missing since Oct. 5, 1990. Very friendly. Children's pet. 283- 1177. It ..... : ................... ,-?---y, FOR RENT. Phone 283- 30fin TED (utters. 18 miles Good 38-41 or consign used nes, especially move and re- at own ex- Brady Mobile 1885. Itwc Classix Hair Barber Day will from 9 to 6. tian, young professional couple with much love and security to offer, desire to adopt white baby to age 1. ALL expenses paid. Totallylegal.VLEASE call Annie collect (213) 530-8250. THANK YOU. 41-42wc ..................................... Surrogate mothers needed for infertile couples, Contact ICN'Y, 14 E. 60th Street, NY, NY 10022. 1-800-521 - 1539. 41-42 ..................................... AIDS- Questions or Concerns? Call Casper-based Wyoming AIDS Project. Information & referral. Toll free 1-800-635- 2698 or 237-7833. Itwc ..................................... TALK ONE ON ONE LIVE. Meet new friends all over America. 1-900-258 LIVE. $1/mln., 25 minimum. -900-654-MEET, $1/min., 15 minimum. Call from home/office. (R403) 41-42wc ..................................... Make new friends - talk one- on-one to gals/guys in your area. 1-900-741-LIVE. $I/mln, 15 minimum. Also 1-900-741- GALS. $1/man. 20 minimum. (R404) 4 I-41 wc ..................................... LONELY? Wanna fall in love? For only $2/min. you can lls- ten and meet people Just llke you124 hrs. All ages/lifestyles. Call 1-900-786-7720 (CMS). Itwc ..................................... Will do mowing and trimming. Call R&H Enterprises at 283- 2681. 27tfn WHISPERING PINES Painting & Janitorial Services. Commer- cial, Residential, 283-3957. *fin ..................................... $NEED CREDIT$ $5000.00 credit card regardless of credit history. Major bank cards also available. Plus a fabulous camera, film, and vacation package. Phone (405) 364- 5574, extension 66. 40-4 lwc ..................................... A RESPONSIBLE BABY- SITTER, who is great with kidsl CPR and Red Cross certified. Call 283-1897 and ask for Kenda Fuhrmann. 19th ..................................... SNEED CREDITS $5000.00 credit card regardless of credit history. Major bank cards also available. Plus a fabulous camers, film, and vacation package. Phone (405) 364- 5574, extension 66. 41-42wc VISA/MASTERCARD, Easy, FasU No deposit. No credit checkfAlso $5,000 Credit Plus Card. Guaranteed approval. Cash advances Avoid Christ- mas rush! Call hOWl 1 (800) 234-6741, anytime, ltwc ..................................... CARD OF THANKS Dear Family, Friends and Neighbors: Thank you all so much for the cards, flowers, telephone calls and visits while I was in the hospital while recovering from appendicitis surgery and also the complications following. It is a blessing to live in such a kind a loving area. May God bless you. Herman T. White. CARD OF THANKS We are so grateful to the people who came to help when Sarah fell last Sunda. to Pat Mol- lenbrink, Mike Frolander, and Steve Cassldy, EMTs; to Dr. Vtllano and to Marlene Edwards and to Tony Raschkow - x-ray tech. Their kindness and the professional care they gave is so appreciatedl Thank you all so much. Sarah is fine. Bob, Mary, Sam & Will October 8, 1990 Bryan and Vlcki Graham are the proud new parents of a baby boy born on September 2 I. Stephen Harold weighed 8 Ibs. I I/2 oz. Vlcki and her new son got to come home on Wednesday. Vicki's mother, Sharon Boyl, came up from Rapid City to help out for a few days. " Mel Shepperson has been busy helping his brother, A Shepperson, bring the cattle from summer pasture the last week. Mary Shepperson and Jesse Shepperson enjoyed at- tending the animal auction held SELL IT FAST Big Horns on Saturday to try and find their horses and brin them home. Dan O'Brien and Herb Lennville were hunting m the Big Horns the past week and their horses got spooked and ran off. Sure hope the guys are able to find them. Hilma Saari enjoyed shopping in Spearfish during the week. Hilma was a brief visitor of Dick and Helen Metzel on Sat- urday. Bill and Millle Berry were shoppers in Belle Fourche and Spearfish last week. Bill and Jane Dunbar have been en- Joying the football games that Sundance has played. Everyone is real proud of all of the play- ers on the team. Best of luck to all of them this coming week- end. Gene and Mary Hartley en- Joyed having their grandson who was home on leave from the Navy and his girlfriend visit with them last weekend. Dur- ing the last week Mary and Gene had company from Mon- tana visit with them. In their spare time, they have been busy getting fire wood stocked up for the winter. Margaret Blakeman enjoyed having Chef, and Roger stop in to visit the last of September. Cherl and Roger had been on vacation around Sheridan and were able to go fishing. Ed Kuenne was also a visitor at Margaret's that weekend. Margaret enjoyed having Pas- tor Paul Redfleld and wife Judy )erson to fill it in The Sundance Times Classifieds. Call, 283-3411. Hllma enjoyed visiting with Malted and Cornell Stoltz and Alice Nonnast last Saturday. Judy Kelsey and Mrs. Kemp from the Winner, S.D., area visited with Margaret last week. The County health nurse will be at Margaret's on October 11 from 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. giving flu shots and taking blood pres- sures. Jim Dunbar was busy on Saturday picking apples for his folks from Margaret's trees in her yard. Margaret enjoyed joining Bruce Redfleld and family and Mrs. Paul Redfleld for dinner at the Arc in Sun- dance on Sunday. Bill Welsh has been filling in for Pastor Paul Redfleld at church while he is gone. Margaret got word from Bill Blakeman and he is still in Florida. Ray Follum and family visited with Margaret during the week. Zelma and Mike enjoyed touring through the new Wal- Mart in Spearfish last weekend. Zelma Hayer and Doris Kohler enjoyed going to Deadwood last Saturday evening. Mist. Kohler visited with Zelma on Sunday eveningwhile her grandmother had to go out. Visiting with Mike Hayer on Sunday after- noon was Chad Penn from Buffalo, Wyo. but is going to school at Black Hills in Spearfish. Happy anniversay to Frank and Marlene Simons. Happy birthday to Ed Henshall and happy birthday to Kristi Si- mons. Happy birthday to Doris Talley. by Corn Smith October 8, 1990 Several Sundance seniors and Bruce Redfleld for dln. g n,19.yd>[uoqipJr9 pearfish " , at her home one day last v'ek. via the senl0r Citizens van last Pastor Paul Redfleld had minor Monday. surgery at Ft. Meade in Sturgis Ulrtc and Alice Hawken, Nancy last week and hope he will be Steedley and son Vance made home soon. Len Wales was real a trip to Rapid Citylast Monday kind in hauling water for ev- where Ulric and Alice kept op- eryonelastweek.Margaretand tical appointments. The CHURCHES First Baptist Church 10th and Cleveland Pastor Nathan MacNaily Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. Worship - 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Night Prayer meeting - 7:00 p.m. Church of Christ 123 Edna Minister - Kevin Bentch Bible Study - 10:00 a.m. Worship - 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Night Bible Study - 6:00 p.m. Chapel of Faith 116 S. 3rd Pastor R.W. Chord Sunday School - 9:00 a.m. Worship - 10:15 a.m. Evening Worship - 6:00 p.m .United Methodist Church 3rd and Ryan Pastor Lowell M. Karnes Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Morning Worship - 10:30 a.m. Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church 4th and Ryan Rev. David Anderson, Pastor Bible Class - 8 a.m. Worship 8:45 a.m. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Wesleyan Church West Highway 14 Pastor Paul Redfieid Sunday School - 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship - 11:00 e.m. Evening Worship - 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting - 7:30 p.m. Church of the Good Shepherd Mission-Episcopal 602 Main Father Robert R. Anderson Church School: Morning Prayers and Holy Communion on Alternate Sundays - 9:30 a.m. Thursday Night: Study Group - 6:00 p.m. Holy Communion - 7:00 p.m. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Lee Street Sacrament Meeting - 9:00 a.m. Sunday School - 10:00 a.m. Priesthood Meeting and Relief Society - 11:00 a.m. Seventh-Day Adventist Church Thompson and 4th Rev. David Maddox Church 9:00 a.m. Sabbath School 10-11:30 a.m. St. Paul's Catholic Church 805 Oak Sundanee St. Ruth Ellert Sunday Mass - 10:30 a.m. St. Mathew's Catholic Church Hulett Sunday Mass - 12:30 p.m. Crook County Nursing Home Church services are held at 10 a.m. each Friday. Local ministers take turns holding services. tiawKens were also business visitors in Belle Fourche last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Long of Philip, SD were last Monday visitors of Ervie and Lydia Ha- gen. They are long time friends when the Hogens lived at Kadoka, SD. Don and Terra Buckman and sons were visitors of Genieve George during the week. Frank Crago was a Friday afternoon visitor of Betty Crago. Betty Crago, Nellie Humphrey and Margaret Beagle dined out together at noon last Thursday. Roger and Marjorie Creamer of Colorado Springs, CO arrived here last Friday and are visit- ing her parents, Henry and Mae Oudin. Saturday the Henry Oudin home was the scene for a family reunion and carry-in dinner. Those attending were Henry and Mae Cud,n, Sam and Marie Sewell, Roger and Marjorie Creamer, Bill and Doris Oudin, Debbie Freed and son, Dust,n, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Sewell and family, and Jean Reed. All en- Joyed a sumptuous dinner and afternoon of visiting. Roger and MarJorie Creamer returned to Colorado Springs Monday. Palmer and Edna Hegge are enjoying a visit with Don and Ruth Stowsand of Hartford, SD. The ladies are sisters. Ervie and Lydia Hagen were ,, ,,, , , in Spearfish and Sturgls last Friday. Margaret Eilsbury, Loretta Durfee and Marjorie Goodson drove to Sheridan last Friday where they attended the State Library meeting and dinner. Gay Collier, Sundance Library Director, received the Wyoming State Librarian of the Year award. Edie Trickle, Sundance Children's reading class re- ceived the children's award. The ladies returned home Saturday. Genleve George and Lillian Cressman dined out at noon Saturday and enjoyed an af- ternoon drive. Betty Crago was a Sunday supper guest of Lee and Pat Roadifer and children. Ramona Policky of Rapid City was a last Tuesday overnight guest of Frances Pollcky. She was enroute to Salt Lake City, Utah. John Gohrick moved his trailer house and is now a resident in the Beagle Trailer CourL We were sorry to hear of Re,. Paul Redfield's illness and surgery. He is presently at home. We wish him a speedy recovery. We are sorry to hear of the passing of Jack McNutt Sat- urday. Services are pending. Our sincere condolences to the bereaved. STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION T., Su.d,oo. ,l oot, 199o .oo.1= -- -" '1 -e l"lsl' 11 Hsin Street, 5undonce, Crook County, t/omtn 82729 Jll Main Street, Sundonoe, Crook County, ',43oml  82729 8undance Tines, Inc., Box 00, 8undanoe , W3omlr  82729 Howard U. Allen, Box 400, 8undancet yomin S2729 Howard O. Allen, Box .00, 8undance, yoming 8272.9 G A t Nm I,! i xM  he.ll Me.m.C [7 .. Cee. oe .e I ! Me.a., i, ,1 S.ln,l ,w tcxet ,,,d tmlt 1850 180 12al 121 7t 1'1.95 291 f e, N,mN,., r,bs om 1850 175 1426 1506 85 To be held st the Wayne Reynolds Rsneh. 1 mile North of *she*o, WY which is 27 mau North of Me*mr*re, WY (Tk, n need} TUESDAY, OCT. 23- !! A.M. MACHINIY * * * * VEHICLE8 * * * HAY JD Tractor, Mod81 400. with pow81sht, air. beater, and Jl) Loader - 1@76 Massey-FerSuson 285-D, with cab cooler and beater, essy on loader, dual ltniica, S pt. hReh. new ozqne and new *lurch sFstem - Hess*on 5450 aaler. Ube now ($1R.0GG owed - stertfJ bkQ - Long khoe for for S pt.  i oll, S buekats, used very Uttis - Loltlll Idndar-mixer, ill Idulio, three sets of lemi, bee-, ke In she4, reld to go to work (will 8rend bibs1 of oar m ia 10 minute*) - New i mro b81er one*no, engine needs work - Cram sr on ber,  - 8 matl Haatln emop feeders for lves - 1 yd hhulie mar dump serar on rubber IHC S ft. hog mower, good eondlUen - open 20 ft. elevator for grsln or small sqnaro bides on rubber - bobsled with haFrk - bebeisd, need8 wood on on* +.'umr - hotary rubber tired wagon end roek - S pt. round bale fcadar. S pt. htth fpoeonock ent for minter - 20 motel eorrsl pen*de - misc. propane bottles - atohmon's pertaMe livcatoek blsmdin ht,, need8 tires - lm1:abl livcatok leadin ohm on rubber - [500 .  t*n b w/stand - Continentsl post hole dir with 12 laeh anger - eetrie forte*re and suppUes - Approx. 200 ton of hay in smsdl square and big round \\;balee. 160 ton of 1900 hay, bedaneo 1989 hay. hlfl and  mix - room air caadlttoner - Whirlpool wuhlng mesh*no. its* k wher sad dlyor - end tome - misc. 1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 2-dr, all new tires 1974 Buick Century, new tires on ry 1980 Ford Fiesta, new  on front CATTLE 25 eoming S-year-old ersos-bred eows to Baler Bull, ban wteeinatod, will be preg-testad IS mixed eslvee, out of Baler Bull, S/4 Mood 881er S Bull Calves, .flinty u bull prospe I coming three- yesr-old Baler Bull Auctioneer's Note: This Js a quality offering all the way through and machinery will sell first at start of sale. There are no small items so be there on time. TERMS: CASH LUNCH  sot n,,.bis for idents WAYNE REYNOLDS, OWNER A 307/756-9543 R.A. DICK MADER & SONS, AUCTIONEERS Gillette, WY - Ph. 307/682-3882