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OCTOBER 26, 1995 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 9 'ED ~ND _:w SALE FOR SALE. Cut and 16" lengths. Call 283-2719. tfn r for sale. 3 cuttings, medium square bales. or 605-456-2307. 38-43* ~, d'~ ::~iiiiiii~i~iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~i~iiii~ii~iiiiiiiiiii~iiii~iiiiiiiiiiii~iiiiiiiii!iiiiii D~0 ~ll pe iiii ii :i:b iiiiiiil 1 40'~80' M]~AL Building in Fron- tier, Wyo. Must be moved. Bids accepted until Oct. 30. (307) 782- 3469. Proceeds go to 4-H programs. ltwc ......................................... BOWHUNTING Equipment. Bowhunters DlscountWarehouse, America's largest archery supplier, stocks over 5,000 bowhunting items at 20-40% off retail. Call 1- 800-735-2697 for free 184-page catalog. I twc ......................................... GOVERNMENT Foreclosed Homes for pennles on $I. Delinquent tax, rapes, REOs, FDIC, RTC, IRS. Your area. Toll free 1-800-898-9778, ext. H-5139 for current listings. Itwc ......................................... 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 ......................................... BEAT THE COLD with these hot deals: 24x24xS, $2,985; 30x40x10, $4,999; 36x56x12, $6,895; 44x64x14, $9,783. Fully war- ranted. Experienced construction crews available. Western Star POSTAL JOBS, Start $12.08/hr. For exam and application info. call (219) 769-8301 ext. WY 531, 7 a.m.- 7 p.m., Sun. -Fri. 38-43* OTR FLATBED Drivers. Run 48 states with conventional tractors with walk-in sleepers. COL with hazmat required. $500 sign-on bonus for qualified drivers. For details, call 1-800-548-3120. M/ F. Itwc ......................................... ALASKA EMPLOYMENT - Fishing industry. Earn up to $3,000- $6,000+ per month. Room and boardt Transportationl No experi- ence necessaryl Male/female. Age 18-70. For more Information call: (206) 545-4155, ext. A89752. Itwc ......................................... CERTIFIED OccupationaITherapy Assistant. Full-time position opening in a skilled, long-term care facility working with elderly and disabled adults in areas of ADL assessment and retraining, adap- tive equipment assessment and implementation, multidisciplinary team planning, customized seat- ing plans and sensory/motor planning and stimulation exercises. Works with a great deal of au- JOIN THE FUN at Sand Creek Trading Post for a Halloween Cos- tume Party on Saturday, Oct. 28 at 8 p.m. and for a potluck supper at Sand Creek Trading Post at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 29. I t ......................................... HOOKED ON Audio Books? Now renting a variety of books on tape. Come look at Sundance Coffee Club CARD OF THANKS Thank you to all our children and their families for the anniversary party they arranged and held for our 50th anniversary. And thanks to all our relatives and friends for coming and for the gifts and cards. We thank you sill Ervie and Lydia Hogan in the Country Cottage. I t .......................................... CARD OF THANKS HOUSE TO BE MOVED or torn Thanks to all my family, friends and neighbors for their expressions of love and concern during my recent hospitalization in Rapid City. The cards, flowers, phone calls, visits and especially your prayers meant so much and helped me to a full recovery. God bless all of you. Norms Lambert down. Contact Rick at 283-2000. It ......................................... NEED TO KNOW what's going on in Wyoming? Newspapers will tell you. Wyoming Newspaper Clipping Service reads every Wyoming newspaper. Quick, easy, inexpen- sive. 307-745-8144. I twc ........................................ 181,OOO WYOMING People will read your classified ad if you place it in WY-CAN. Sell, buy, announce. $109 for 25 words. Contact your local newspaper. I twc ......................................... 20/20 WITHOUT GLABSESI Safe, rapid, non-surgical, permanent restoration in 6-8 weeks. Airline pilot developed, doctor approved. Free information by mail: (800) Miller Creek News by opal Oudm I October 22, 1995 Will and Sam Yemington, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yem- ington, celebrated their birthdays twice the past week, first on FOR SALE - Cheap, Buildings, 1-800-658-5565.1twc tonomy in consultation with an 422-7320, ext. 243; (406) 961- Corl1~ load. Call evenings 307- - OTR/RN. Requires associate's de- 5570; fax (406) 961-5577. Satis- liar ~12. 42-45~ gree in occupational therapy or faction Guaranteed. Itwc ing I) ~',~ ............., .................. other closely related field, plus two ~mmmm ~___ mm~ qsh, ~: 1978 Ford Bronco, 4x4, years of work experience as an i nd h0 . Call 283 -2116.43-46 ~okl/~lted:C~ ............................ " ....................................... , assistant to an occupational s995,~ SERVING LUNCH. Sun- 1;B3-~TR67OO" M Apartment fr ~t~ntupontherapiSt'educationSalary negotiableand experience.based =a a~l~ Cffee Club offers healthyIlr''"'"'"'"'"'""'""""'"'"'""'"'""'"""'IIF ~" benefit package. Submit offi- SE~[-T~'-~'~.--Ca]i tr;u ~l~d bagel sandwiches week- Ill clal State of Wyoming applicatlon GeisHoneyWagon,307-896-3146, :, :i ~Loc~ted in the Country Cot- Help Wanted ]~ to Facility Manager, WyomingRe- JhnGels. fin .., ~ )~ I--~'~ It llhlllllUHlmmmHtm,,,,,,,tt,mnllmmmlllmntHmmmHt tlrement Center, Basin, Wyoming ......................................... 1 ~s " ." ................................ t~ 0i~m~tLE: 1966 Chevy 4x4, runs I1984 Jeep Cherokee 4x4. P~(~t~3-2847 or 283-3606. It dn DI 111[~; ................................. ~: Firewood, cut and split, __~Itaul or we will deliver. 283- ~t ..... 42-45 tt .-e ~I li~ ICE Station Auction Satur- ~)v. 4, I0 a.m. Over I00 new ! l t ~ hundreds of filters, tire ma- ~ |, tools. Call for brochure. :.~ ~ ~ard&Assoclates, 6183rd, [~ v ~s, Wyo. 1-800-233-1596. t ~ ltwc ................................. ff ~ ION Oct. 28. Rock Springs, ~g fairgrounds. Loaders~ b !'rlg truck, trailers, skidsteer, ,=m ~scra r trucks plumbing ..... ff~= pe whO'S .~aAAA&J Auction, 970-945- feaze ~ I twc lug sL~E,~ .................................. ,ta~de~LEA~ Central WY Fair- ~ds Industrial Building, s~~oNov. 11, 9-4:30: Nov. 12, user: Casper Antique & ~ Club. Wyoming's Larg- ~[~a Marketl Admission: 50. ~IJTE Auction. Five vhcant ~g lots. Forest Dr. and East ~per. 11 a.m.. Oct. 30. Av- ~Ize eastside ) Real Estate - Dave ~Auctioneers. 307-234-9195 f~265-0988. I twc pVINGSl End of season spe- [~Ctory direct steel buildings: [~,I00x18', $24,530; 2. I. I~j,X 16', $16,830; 3. ~. . ~ Xl 6', $20,130. Alley Con- ~r~ and Buildings, 605-892- k ~ , ltwc "" (~tlon sale. Jackson, Wyo.. ~Nov. 8. Call Bob Crist: orCy ch d, 733-7970 ~2-" Itwc ~~E: 10-inch Hyland Park /~lng rock saw, trim saw, rocks. Greybull, Wyo t;~one (307) 765-9646 or 5-2030 after 7 p.m. ltwc HELP WANTED: Full-time custo- dianwanted in Sundance. Call 307- 686-6048. It ......................................... HELP WANTED: CASHIER, per- manent part-time, 20-30 hrs./ week, must work evenings, week- ends, days, weekdays. Paid vaca- tion, holidays and benefits avail- able. Apply in person at Hurd's Texaco, see Dave. 43 GENERAL Manager for. KMCM- KMTA Radio, Miles City, Montana. General sales and management experience required. Send resume to: 1218 Pioneer Building, St. Paul, Minnesota, 55101. EOE. Itwc ......................................... MODELS WANTED for'I~ and na- tional magazines, Male, females, children. All types, an sizes. No experience necessary. For infor- mation call 1-800-243-5103. Itwc ......................................... 812 Hr./Answering Telephones and others available in your local area. Flex hours. No experience required. Call now. 1-809-474- 6920, 24 hours. Int'l. LD call. I twc ......................................... WANTED: Construction Workers for roofing company crew based in Laramie. Hard workers only. Meal allowance and motel paid when working out of town. Call 800-700- 4592. I twc ......................................... ~b NEED EXTRA CASH? Permanent part-time cashier needed: 20-30 hrs./week, must work evenings, weekends, days, weekdays. Paid vacation, holidays and benefits available. Apply in person at Hurd's Texaco, see Dave. 42-43 HELPWANTED: Crook County Fair Board secretary, part-tlme, sea- sonal. For application call 307- 283-207 I. 42-43 ......................................... TEXAS REFINERY CORP, needs mature person in Sundance now. Regardless of training, write W.W. Hopkins, Dept. W-82729, P.O. Box 71 I, Ft. Worth, "IX 76101. 42-44 ......................................... TIME8 WANT ADS DO GET RESULTS ~e classifications may contain ads for conversation or recorded ~ges through the use of telephones. Calls to such numbers may I in a charge to the calling phone number. These telephone 'd services are telecommunications and are regulated by the ~| Communications Commission. Complaints may be directed ~. I~CC, 1919 M Stree[ NEW., Washington, DC 20554. newspaper recommends that you investigdte every phase of opportunities. We suggest yott consult your own attorney for a free pamphlet or further information from the ~, making the offer before investing any money. Or you may the Attorney General's Office, 123 Capitol Bldg., Cheyenne, p 777-7841. ~e ~ newspaper 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 ~esponsibility of the advertiser. We do ~ctl~ ~dorse, encourage or promote the purchase or sale of any A]i~ I~t, service, compvLny or individual that choo::s::f:~:eT:s~:~l ~10~tewsoaoer, and we reserve the r~gnt ~ ~l~=tng w~e deem inappropriate or unacceptable by oul company Of ~'~d:: erves the ,ight to edit, or locate any ~,~m a~aon, this newspaper res " . ....... ~ed adver' ~sement under whatever heading we (~ec~de wuu t)es~ with our classification regulations. II I~ ~- 82410. (307) 568-243 I. EEO, ADA. Itwc ......................................... TECHNICIANS. Halladay Motors is expanding again! We are looking for qualified people to fill the fol- lowing positions in our service department: Service tech., lube tech., auto and truck tech. GM and ASE certification a plus. Contact: Al Benson, Service Manager, Hal- laday Motors, 2100 Westland Road, Cheyenne, WY 82001. (307) 634- 1511. ltwc ......................................... LICENSED LIFE and Health Agent needed. Quality products, high commissions with advance before issue, lead system, and benefits. (Must qualify for advances and benefits). Call 1-800-252-2581. ltwc ......................................... KENTUCKY FRIED Chicken con- tinues to grow and is searching for experienced individuals to add to our management team in several Wyoming and South Dakota loca- tions. Excellent career opportu- nity with appealing benefits. Send resume in strictest confidence to Oleinik Investments, In~., 439 Prairieview Drive, Suite C, Gillette, Wyoming, 82716, or fax to 307- 687-7454. Equal Opportunity Employer. 1 twc ......................................... $3B, OOO/YEAR Income potential reading books. Toll free 1-800-698- 9778, ext. R5139 for details.ltwc WHISPERING PINES Painting & Janitorial Services. Licensed and Insured. Commercial, Residential. Can 283-3957. tfn ......................................... CONSTRUCTION, water lines, sewer concrete pac~s, mlsc. N.E.W. Construction, 283-2963 or 283-~ 3030. 8tfn ......................................... WORK WANTED. WILL DO Power Raking, Lawn Clean Up, Lawn Mowing and Painting. Call 283- 2719. tfneow ............................. PERSONALS ADOPTION would be the answer to our prayers. Happily married couple wish to adopt infant. Can our attorney collect, 307-733- 1191. Itwc / BUSINESS IOPPORTUNmES I OWN YOIYR OWN apparel or shoe store, choose: Jean/sportswear, bridal, lingerie, westernwear, la- dies, men's, large sizes, Infant/ preteen, petite, dancewear/aero- blc, maternity, or accessories store. Over 2000 name brands. $25,900 to $37,900: Inventory, training, fixtures, grand opening, etc. Can ......................................... open 15 days. Mr. Loughlin (612} DRIVF, RS: Flatbed 48 State OTR. 888-6555. It Assigned new conventionals. ,| , / cmpcti PaY' bene"ts" $"000 I CAn OF [ sign on bonus, rider program, flexible time off. Call Roadrunner! THANKS I Trucking 1-800-876-7784. ltwc ......................................... HOMR TYPISTS Needed. Also PC / CARD OF THANKS word processor users. $40,000/ Thank you to the Wyoming De- year income potential. Toll free 1- 800-898-9778, ext. T-5139 for details. Itwc ......................................... OUT OF WOPdK? Obtain your commercial driver's license and job placement assistance through training at Jet's Technology Insti- tute. Fully funded by the Wyoming Job Training Program for qualified applicants. Free housing provided. 625 East Madison, Box 1777, Ri- verton. 307-856-7279. Itwc 'tIIInIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIwANTED 11 IIlllIIUIlIIIIIIInnIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIlIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII WANTED TO BUY 4+ bedroom home in Sundance area with or without some acreage. Call 307- PIANO RENTAL. Start your child now. $39 per month. Rent applies to purchase. Actby November I for free dellvery. Dan Senftner's Plummer Piano and Organ 1 800 658-5501. 41-43 partment of Transportation in Sundance for your support. Thanks to everyone who supported the Sundance FHA/Hero Chapter at the Regional meeting in Casper and a special thanks to Arna Montgomery, Patty Allen, Rev. Karnes and Mrs. Gerri Moore. we appreciate ltl sincerely, Brandi Schulz Dist. II Public Relations and Kari Montgomery Dist. II Chairwoman CARD OF THANKS, I would like to thank all my family and friends for the phone calls, help and offersofheip, cards, gifts and flowers. I Would also like to say thanks to the nurses and staff at the Sundance and Spearfish Hos @itals. Bob Cummings, Dr. Martino and Dr. Vtllano all were great, thanks for the wonderful care and the encouraging words. It made being sick a lot easier. Elvin Rush Tuesday which is their birthday and again during the weekend. They Invited guests to spend Fri- day after school and overnight at their ranch home. The theme for their party was a Haunted House for Hallowe'en. Their sister, Sarah, read haunting stories to the group with taped noises for sound effects and their mother provided lots of good food. During the day the boys took part in various activities in- cluding getting to ride horseback. Invited guests included Jared Crawford, Wade Ludeman, Clint Sell, Mike Follum, Adam Hum- phrey, Cody Lenz and Paul Nehmer. Bob Yemington returned the boys to Sundance Saturday forenoon. Happy I I th birthdays to Will and Sam YemingtonH John McKay, who lives near Tower Divide, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Dan twice the past week. Wade Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wood, was a Friday overnight guests at the Steve Wood home and Clay Wood spent Saturday night at the Dale Wood home. John D. Davis was a Tuesday evening visitor of Wayne and Dixie Garman at their home at the Ted Price ranch, John, a game warden, was recently moved from Kaycee, Wyoming, to MoorcroR where he replaces Sld Clark who retired. Lacey Garman spent the weekend as guest of Heather johnson In Sundance and Amy Tschetter of Sundance spent the weekend with LynDee Garman at her home near Miller Creek road. Mr, and Mrs. Bo Rathbun were in Sundance Thursday eveningwhere Mrs. Rathbun attended the regu- lar meeting of the Crook County Christian Women at 6:30 P.M. and later joined Bo at the Commis- sioners and Land Use Board meeting held at the Sundance High School auditorium. Mrs. Kenny Rathbun made a business and shopping trip to Rapid City Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keffer and two sons of Gillette spent the weekend at the Kenny Rathbun home. Ross Garman and daughter, Taylor Dawn, attended the cow sale held at Belle Fourche Friday. Garmans had delivered some cull cows to the sale Wednesday and they sold Friday. Ross and Taylor Dawn also called on Chat and Evelyn HeJde Friday enroute home from Belle Fourche and viewed Hejde's new building. Jan Morris of Hulett spent some time Monday afternoon visiting with Herman White at their home, she is tracing pioneer histories. Marlene and Charley Schoepp were also Monday afternoon visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Dan. Wayne and Dixie Garman helped Dan Taylor gather and sort cattle Thursday and attended the live- stock auction sale at St. Onge Fridaywhere Dan marketed calves as did many others. Mary Garman and Jeff Garman accompanied Steve and TLna Wood to Sundance Thursday evening where they joined the "standing room only" crowd that attended the Commissioners and Land Use Committee meeting at the Sun- dance High School auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Dan attended the Commissioners and Land Use Planning meeting held at S~mdance High School audltorlunVl~htw~day evening and the informative meeting held in Hulett Friday evening at the Civic Center concerning proposed ac- tivities at Devils Tower and the airport at Hulett. Mary Garman and Gertle Lytle accompanied Opal Oudin and Bob Wyman to Hulett Wednesday evening where the ladles attended a dinner of the Shamrock Club held at Velma Eaton's home. Bob transacted business and dined out. Mrs. Steve Wood and youngest son, Kyle, called on Mary Garman Sunday forenoon and JeffGarman and LynDee and Amy Tschetter visited Mary Garman Sunday af- ternoon at her home near Miller Creek. Harold and Dab Adams drove to Burlington, WY, Saturday morn- ing where they attended the play- off football game between Hulett and Burlington. Jordan and Josh Franzen both play with the Hulett team. Greg Mezera of Wisconsin was a Friday forenoon visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Dan. Nineteen people were Saturday luncheon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rathbun and family where several men helped with shingling the roof of Kenny and Denise Rathbun's new house that is under construction. Mrs. Kenny Rathbun and Elalna and Mrs. Roy Keffer made a trip to Hulett Saturday afternoon where they picked up Brooks Sweeney who accompanied them home and was an overnight guest. Mr. and Mrs. Kevln Sweeney and daughter, Holly of Hulett were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rathbun and Brooke returned to her home. Members of the Shamrock Ladies Club met Wednesday evening at 5 P.M. for a ham dinner prepared by Fern Grubb Harper and served at Velma Eaton's home in Huleth All five members were present. The Shamrock Homemakers Club was organized November 8, 1940 in the, then new, Sunny Divide Com- munlty Hall. Velma Eaton and Opal Oudin are the only two charter members left. The Club discontin- ued belonging to the Extension Homemakers in 1953 and became a social club, they helped with maintaining and furnishing the Sunny Divide Community Hall for 45 years. BEWARE AND DON'T HANDLE THE SICK ANIMAI~II About two weeks ago Wllford and Lois Kennedy were notified by a neighbor, Dan Swenson, that they had a calf in their own pasture that was lame in the hind quarters. The local veterinarian, Dr. Crawford. was caned and he gave the calf a shot. The calf was slobbery around it's mouth and bawled, very loud. most of the time. The owners thought the calf needed some wa- ter and after they gave it some water, it died. Dr. Crawford sent the calls head to the laboratory In Cheyenne for observation and it was diagnosed as RABIES. Wilford and Lois Kennedy, Dr. Crawford. Dan Swanson and his hired man, Blair Stugelmeyer, all had handled the caffand all are taking shots for rabies. Kennedys had to go to Gil- lette for shots as the Sundance doctors did not have the serum. The Gillette area has had several cases of rabies including a horse that several people had handled or petted, so they were stocked with the rabies serum and sent some to the Sundance doctors. Moorcroft game warden retires Sld Clark, game warden in Moorcroft, has retired from the Wyoming Game and Fish Depart- ment after almost 35 years of ser- vice. He began his G&F career In the accounting section of the Chey- enne office. He also worked In purchasing before being promoted to a license agent in Cheyenne. In 1964 Clark transferred to law en- forcement and was stationed in Laramie, Newcastle and Ten Sleep before transferring to Moorcroft In 1971. "Sld was a game warden who got along great with hunters and an- glers, and dtd a lot to keep sportsmen coming back to Wyo- ming," said G&F chief game war- den Jay Lawson. Clark is a Cheyenne native and a graduate of Cheyenne High School. He is also a U.S. Marine Corps veteran serving 1957-60. He and his wife Llnda will llve in Pine Haven. Simplc as A B C Always Buy Classls'leds