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OCTOBER 17, 1996 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 9 NEW, USED BUY EAL F "ED AND .:W ,GE SALES furniture, I, items too numerous Materi Ranch, 16 South of Upton for turn Right 1 mile for signs. October 20 A.M. W 5 P.M. 8 LE: 624 Ryan Street, p.m. Saturday, Octo- items of good cloth- etc. Mark and dulie residence. 1 t 1994 Ski-Doo Mach 1. excellent condlUon, 1. fin i-wheel all steel trailer 1 white mountain tent, 1 Simms folding camp heavy can pannier, 1 small stove. Call 283-3287. 42-43" PUBLIC AUCTION. Black Butte LICENSED- LIFE AND HEALTH NEED TO KNOW what's going on Coal Co. and Jim Bridger Power agent needed. Quality products, in Wyoming? Newspapers will tell Plant. 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 16. high commissions with advance you.WyomingNewspaperCllpping PointofRocks, Wyo. Cal1307-382- before issue, lead system and Service reads every Wyoming 5442 or fax 307-382-3169. Great benefits. (Mustqualifyforadvances newspaper. Quick, easy, inexpen- Western Realty - Auction - Ap- and beneflts) Call 1-800-252-2581. slve. 307-745-8144. Itwc pralsals. Lee Hughes, auctioneer. Itwc ......................................... Itwc ......................................... 181,000 WYOMING People will ......................................... 81,000g POSSIBLE. Reading read your classified ad ffyou place Books. Part-time. At home. Toll it in WY-CAN. Sell, buy, announce. free 1-800-898-9778, ext. R-5139 $I 19 for 25 words. Contact your local newspaper. I twc for details, I twc GOVERNMF~T Foreclosed Homes for pennies on $I. Delinquent tax, repos, RF_~s. Your area. Toll free, 1-800-898-9778, ext. H-5139 for current listings. Itwc ........................................ STEEL BUII~ING8: 5,000+ sizes, 30x40x10, 95,018; 40x60x14, 99,052; 50x80x14, 912,954; 50xlooxle, $15,967; 60x60x14, 911,993; 60xlOOx16 918,332. Quallty-Service. Free brochures. Sentinel Buildings, 800-327-0790, extension 79. I twc ......................................... SEIZED CARS from $175. Porsches, Cadillacs, Chevys, BMWs. Corvettes. Also Jeeps, 4~ WDs. Your area. Toll free, 1-800- 898-9778, ext. A-5139 for current listings. 1 twc ......................................... START NOW for Christmas! Sierra's Western War and Ladies Fashions is going out of business. Sale starts September 30 at 10% off. Drops 10% each week until we close .the doors. 214 4th, Rawlins. Mon.-Fri., 9-2; Saturday 9-4. Itwc by owner. 14x80 in Upton-Sun- Sunny bow window, carpet, self-storing spacious bedrooms, walk- short hallways. If you rent, own for less. Shel- (307) 686-9301. It Ladies diamond/Black ring. Also new ladies hat, black with leather Mon., Tues or 1. tfn Two 3.speed men's Call 283-1710. It 1981 Toyota pickup. Call 283-1095 eve- message. I t FOR RENT: I bedroom apartmenL Call 283-1767. tfn FOR RENT: 14x60 mobile home, 2-bedroom, I I/2 baths, no pets, references required. $250+deposiL Call 283-2263. 42-43 FOR RENT: 4-bedroom, large family room, 2-car attached garage, air-tight wood stove, range, refrig- erator, dishwasher and storage sheds. Call 283-1032 evenings. 41-42 FOR RENT: 2-bedroom house, reasonable. I 01 State Hwy. 24, 1 mile from JuncUon. Call 307-756- 3275. 42-43* BY OWNERS: 2-Bed- l/4 baths, full basement in Sundance. Call 283- fin 1975 Schultz 14x63; 12x53, 307-283- p.m. 40-43" SALE: New Subdlvi- improvements. Call 283- 40-52 cutand split lengths. 283-2361. 40-42 2 BY OWNER8:3 or 4 1 I/4 bath, split level full basement and ga- lots in Sundance. Call tfn Park Lane. All tn excellent condition, garage. 912,900. Call 307- after 12 p.m. Itwc ton PICKUP. New snow plow package, 95,000 OBO. Call business hours. Itwc Captain's chairs, running trailer towing with skid Call 307-326-5578 after Itwc Help Wanted HELP WANTED. All positions available. Apply in person at the Are Restaurant. 39-43 ......................................... HIRING Certified Nursing Assis- tants, starting $6.00 per hr. DOE, .35 evening & .75 nights differen- tial, Dental, Health, Life and Re- tirement benefits. Contact Nancy Bair at (307) 746-2793. 41-42 ........................................ ATlrGNo ~HQOL AND WORK PART.TlldG: The Wyoming Army N~i4~al Guard has entry level and advanced poeition openings in the Fkdd Arti~'y. Set your d~hts h~h. Ce.l SFC Jon W. Galvin, P,O. Box 2859, Gilkflte, WY 82717, 307-686-0301, ~ 1-B00-GO.GUARD. 'SZ,OOOe rOSSm-LE-Typing. Pe - time. At home. Toll free 1-800-898- classifications may contain ads for conversation or recorded through the use of telephones. Calls to such numbers may in 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. mswspaper recommends that you investigate every phase of opportunities. We suggest you consult your own attorney for a free pamphlet or further information from the making the offer before investing any money. Or you may Attorney General's Ot~ce, 123 Capitol Bldg., Cheyenne, (SO?) 777.~841. ~ewspaper is not responsible or liable whatsoever for any by an ad in this newspaper or for any of the services, or opportunities offered by our advertisers. The content of is the sole responsibility of the advertiser. We do encourage or promote the purchase or sale of any company or individual that chooses to advertise in and we reserve the right to refuse any/all we deem inappropriate or unacceptable by our company this newspaper reserves the right to edit, or locate any under whatever heading we decide will best our classification regulations. S9 HOUR. Clerical worl~ Flexible PERSONALS hours. No experience needed. Call (809) 476-1374. Int'l Id toll. Itwc ......................................... BECOMEAPARALEGAL. Join one HOMEWORKERS WANTED! 1,000 envelopes = $5,000. Receive $5 for every envelope you stuff with my sales materials. For free Info. call 24-hour recording. (3 I0) 514-5797. Itwc CHRISTMAS HELP wanted. Part- time hours, full-time pay. Princess House Crystal offers a great host- ess program and incentives. Call. Tricia at 307-857-0394. I twc . ........................................ OPPORTUNITY for sweat equity=. Publisher with strong advertising background needed for Nebraska weekly. Newspaper needs the right person for a communlty with great potential. Work you way into ownership of this weekly newspa- per and more. Send reSKl~e to: Box A, NPAS, I 120 K SL, Lincoln, NE 68508. Itwc COLUMBIA Riverton Memorial Hospital seeks a F-T ARRT regis- tered radiographer. Prefer ultra- sound. CT or mammography ex- perience also. Contact Human Resources, 2100 W. Sunset, RIv- erton, Wyo 82501. (307) 857-3465. EOE/MF. I twc ......................................... NISSAN AND GM/GMC Techni- cians - Hallday's service depart- menL Due to a tremendous growth in our servlce department, we have an immediate need for experienced technicians with Nissan or GM/ GMC background for our day or evening shlR. If you are totally committed to customer satisfac- tion and feel you fit into one of the areas, we want to talk to you. All positions have tremendous growth and income potential. Standard benefits and above average pay to start. Apply in person at service department. All inquiries confi- dential. 2100 Westland Road, Cheyenne. 1-888-HALLADAY. ltwc CHEF WANTED. Full-tlme or part- time. Send resume to Laramie Country Club, P.O. Box 819, Laramie, Wyo 82070. Itwc ......................................... DRIVERS -Experienced drivers for over-the-road flatbed opportu- nity. All Kenworth conventionals. Excellent insurance (company paid), benefits, 401K. Average over 930,000/yr. 23, commercial driver's license. 1-800-548-3120, ext. EA- 15. Itwc lllll ST. JUDE'S NOVENA May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and preserved throughout the world now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus, pray for us. St. Jude, worker ofmiraclee pray for us. II St. Jude, helper of the Hopeless Pray for us. Say this prayer nine times.. a day, by the 8th day your[ prayers will have been| answered. Say it for 9 days. It[ has never been known to faiL1 Publication must be[ promised. My prayers haves been answered. A.A. . ..... =_-_: ......... _-__= .... :._: ........ FORGET YOUR PAST, Let's Talk About Future! Re-establlsh credit todayl No credit, bankruptcy, re- possessions, charge-offs, collec- tions, first-timebuyers, divorce- No Problem. Auto financing for everyone. Call Mr. Dennis, 1-800- CAR-LOAN. Itwc $$CASH$$ Immediate $9 for structured settlements and de- ferred insurance claims. J.G. Wentworth, 1-800-386-3582. ltwc Times Classified Ads Save Time, Money, Effort of America's fastest growing pro- fessions. Lawyer instructed home study. Specialty programs offered. P.C.D.I., Atlanta, Georgia. Free Catalogue. 800-362-7070 DEPT, LLH730. Itwc LOOKING FOR A DIET that works like Magic? Want to watch those pounds and inches Disappear? Call Carolyn Whitman, 307-856-5835, evenings or weekend. Itwc ......................................... ADOPT: A loving couple would be blessed to share their hearts and family dreams with your newborn. Expenses paid. Call Linda and Jim, 1-800-551-3665. Acces#96. Itwc BUSINESS IPPRTUN " Ii PROFESSIOI 4 - Do you have the moneyyou wanted, but not the time to enjoy it? Let's have coffee and see ffwe can't change that. 1- 801-579-8419. Leave message. ltwc YOUR OWN Travel Agency. Part/ full time. Eagle Travel, America's largest Super Agency, will estab- lish local agency. Great $$, free and low-cost travel, unique tax benefits. Training, certification for two. Sabre software. Investment $6,875. Financially capable, suc- cessful, people-oriented applicants only. Free video. 800-993-0005. Extension WYO. Itwc III I I i l lIj I SEPTIC TANK PUMPING. Call GeLs' HoneyWagon, 307-896-3146, Jlm Gels. tfn W]B[18PERING PINES Painting & janitorial Services. Licensed and Insured. Commercial, Residential. Call 283-3957. fin FOR COMPLETE lawn care, call 283-2719. tfn llllillliilllllililitiitlllllltlllliliilllllillHiiiiiiilUlllllllllliilln WANTED [i DOYOU HAVE a queen or full-slze bed you want to get rid of? Dawn, (Mon., Tues., Frl.) 283-341 I. nc WANTED: Volunteers for Chr-ist- mas Home Tour. Call Susan Worthington 283-1182 or 283- 1677. It GIVE AWAY 1 FOR P. g-ln Depth Bible Study by marl. Write Box 196, Sheridan, WY 82801. fin CARD OF A warm thank you goes out to all who attended the Kate Snook Benefit and Fair Appreciation l~arbecue and dance. Special thanks is extended to: Josh Canfield, Los Sipe, Jens Gade, Kyle Ludeman. Ethan Reinhold, B.J. Stinson, Austin Paterson, Denise Canfield and Katie Sipe for putting together the bleachers and helping set up for the event; Steve Stahla and the Crook County Sheriffs office for allowing Inmates to help us set up and tear down; Chuck Pearson for donating half of the hog. Russell SUnson for do- naUng half of the hog and cooking it. Meats for donating the processing of the hog. Sherry Stinson and Gloria Cooper for cutting and servingthe meat' Floyd and Veronica Canfield for donaUng and preparing the two turkeys. Linda Roberts and Scott Mailer for donating and preparing the cream can meal; Norma and Mervin Peterson for donating all the 10 A.M. Tuesday 10 A.M. Tuesday 5 P.M. Monday beautiful pumpkins, squash and corn; Mike and Julie Connally for providing the equipment and running the stick horse rodeo; Ar- ley and Bob Maynard of the Long- horn Bar, Rose and Jim Wagaman of the Turf Bar for donating all the auction items and bar proceeds; Hulett FFA for providing cakes and running the cake walk; MoorcroR FFA for framing and donating the beautiful artwork for the auction; Alice and Jerry Sehloredt of the Dime Horseshoe Bar for donating toys for the auction; After the Storm, Spearfish Corral West, Tower Auction, Cassldy Trucking and all individuals who donated or bought auction items. Your time, generosity and kind- ness was noticed and much appre- clatedl Sincerely, Crook County Fair Board CARD OF THANK8 A sincere thank you to the Crook County Fair Board, the Prairie Fire band, the Longhorn Bar, the Tuff Bar, the Hulett FFA Chapter, Mike and Julie Connally, and all the people who donated items for the benefit auction. Thank you to our friends and neighbors who came to the party and to those of you who donated money and to those who bought items at the auction. A special thank you to Jane Mai- ler who organized the whole party. It was a lot of fun. Thanks Floyd and Veronica Canfield and Russell and Shell Stlnson for cooking the delicious pig, and for being such caring people. Kate's arm is healing. This is truly a wonderful community to llve in. Gratefully, Kate Snook and Family CARD OF THANKS A big thank you to everyone who put up with me during my little mishap. I found out first hand Just how great our CCMH group is. Those EMT's are the bestt Family and friends - your cards, flowers, candy and yes, a full course lasagna dinner were so very much appreciated. I've since pressed some of the flowers and ate the candy. I think rm now 100%. Sharon M. Local 7th graders start fund-raiser The Sundance 7th grade class has already begu n selling Watkin's products as their fund-ralser for the year. Students began selling on Friday, October 1 I, and will continue selling through Friday, October 25. Watkins is an established com- pany based out of Winona, MN which has been in business for over 125 years. Beginning with liniments and eventually expand- ing to cleaning aids, extracts, spices, and more, Watkins prod- ucts have become a staple in many households. Anyone desiring to place an order or with any questions may contact Lisa Dutton at Sundance High School at 283-1007. Special equipment for eye care added at CCMH Crook County Medical Services District recently purchased a spe- cialized piece of equlpment called a silt lamp ophthalmoscope. With this machine your health care provider can get a magnified view of the eye. This is especially useful in the diagnosis and treat- ment of patients with eye pain, foreign bodies (pieces of metal, wood, etc.) in the eye, and eye infections, according to Tom J. Richards, M.D. Dr. Robert B. Nixon of the Black Hills Regional Eye Institute met with local health providers on Sept. 18 to review advances in the treatment of eye disease and use of the slit lamp. CONSIGNMENT AUCTION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1996 10:00 A.M. Fair Bern Building in Sundance, Wyo. AUTOMOTIVE & RANCH: utility trailer, 5'8' bed; Model 300 JD garden tractor with attachments; 1967 Chew pick-up cab; slide in pick-up camper; Foremost portable squeeze chute (wood stack feeder model #5 w/grapple). TOOLS & MACHINERY: 120 volt generator; 2 hand winches; 2 hyd. valves w/control cable & filter; 2 hyd. valves; 3 hyd. pumps; tire chains; portable air tank; pick-up toolbox; hand tools; 5" bench grinder on stand; 16 gal. shop vac.; Dremel mote rote tlllsr; 6 sheets 3'X10' 20 gauge galvanized tin; new 1/2" Indeetro socket set; Back & Decker muter (under tabls mounted); 5" Colombian vice; Craftsman mltsr box mounted on bench; hyd. jack=; shovels; pitch forks; post hole diggers; axes; hatchets; golden rod stretchers; propane bottle; wheel barrow; ddlls; cordless grass shearer; halters; bridle; terps; JD 55 chainssw; small steel cable; tool box. HOUSEHOLD: dining table; 3 pc. living room set; storm door; dressers; vacuums; sewing machine cabinet; sewing machine; 19" color t.v. (Zenilh); elaclric heaters; carpets; stainless sink; 2-3 cloz, plates cups & saucers; toys; Atarl games; large air conditioner; washers & dryers; electric range; area toga; dishwasher; rocker reclinors; apartment size gas stove; humidifier; baby bed; stanll set; picture frames. SPORTING EQUIPMENT: snow mobile pull sled; sleeping bags; snowmobile suits & boots; Coleman camp stove; ski's, boots & anchor; new elk call; camp heating stove. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: mounted antelope head, cadbou dishes; orssm car=. Miscellaneous Too Numerous To Mantra , H,, poles; golf caddy; boat horns; S & A Auction Boron Ostby (307) 407-5652 Hulell. WY i, | Tower Auction ~11~" 1arty Goodvln ~, WY :..,4w,~t.~ Slay o,$ lop .,lib utl ~1 ii iii i I i brown bear rug; TERMS: CASH There will be Sahss l~x NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS