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Mercantile merchandise by Jingle Bob Stockman Mercantile & in Hulett has new atmosphere. Owner Carson Thomas says have always had the cow- gear such as custom and equipment, along custom boot repair. with the ever encreasing ~mess and requests for merchandise, and the cards, books, baskets, also antiques and collectibles, old time saddles, chaps, old books, lamp paintings, trunks and hundreds of small items. The store has always had that museum atmosphere, but now most all the old time items are for sale. And they still buy and trade along with consigning many items. They invite you to stop by any time. areas, other than just leather products. also believes that Hulett is IVery progressive town, it has good things to offer the in our area. And many folks every year find this comer of Wyoming. Their store The Stockman, is well known across the They have now done in 36 foreign coun- We try very hard to not promote our business, but Crook County when ever travel or advertise. The of this area have been good to us and we work hard to help them in any we can. do believe if we can the needs of the area. helping supply | needs of our own county and in tourist travel on Hwy. 24, - v felt the need to expand in SthmR~e~mv League over the past year, the has expanded into unique and hard to find We want to serve the like we always have, we want to have something the housewife, child or the too. is why ~we how have gifts such as jewelry, doctor II in AAFP Jeri Villano of Sundance completed continuing education requirements !retain active membership in American Academy of Physicians (AAFP), the association of family requirements call for the to complete a mini- of 150 hours of accredited medical study every The Academy, the largest medical asso- with more than 60,000 was the first national group to require mem- STUMBLEBUM LEAGUE October 26, 1989 Cal's Bait Shop 22-10 Sundance Equipment 18-14 McMillan and Son 18-14 Dick's Auto 171/2-14 ~A Sundance Food and Fuel 15-17 Donna' s Diner 15-17 Sonny's Place 131/2-18 V2 Fuller Const.9-23 INDIVIDUAL HIGH SERIES Phyllis Queen 529 Coralie Lubken 504 Debbie Helwig {Sub. )498 INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME Phyllis Queen 221 Coralie Lubken 189 Merlene Elwonger 187 NITE OWL LEAGUE October 29, 198~9 Hart Patrol 24-8 Joe's 17V2-14V2 Shari's 15-17 The Sundance Times 14-18 Gazette 13-19 Lazy Seedy 12 V2 - 19 % MENS HIGH GAME Chuck McAulay 224 LynnWatt (Sub.) 208 Bert Points 205 MENS HIGH SERIES Chuck McAulay 595 Lynn Watt {Sub.) 562 Rich Toth 498 WOMENS HIGH GAME Margaret Holmes 195 Ada Hodson 168 Bettie Vrana 165 Vanda Watt {Sub.} 165 WOMENS HIGH SERIES Margaret Holmes 504 Vanda Watt {Sub.) 486 Bette Vrana 469 TEAM HIGH GAME Hart Patrol 817 Gazette 811 Shaft's 780 TEAM HIGH SERIES War Memorial Donations Well, good people of Crook County and the good people from Crook County who are scattered all over the U.S.A., this is the week; we have a promise from Watertown Memorials that our project will be in place on either November 7 or 8 of this week. It has been a long and hard job, but we can see the light at the end of the tunnel. The program is complete and now we ask for good weather and that all veterans, their wives and friends come to the dedication on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. on the Courthouse Square in downtown Sundance. We have a gEod program planned and hope you will enjoy it. Also, we hope you will plan on attending the dance on Saturday night starting at 9:00 p.m. and lasting as long as you want to dance. We also have the raffle articiles which will be drawn for. We will draw for the rifle after taps is sounded at the dedication and the Las Vegas trip. The afghan and china plate will be drawn for at 11:00 p.m. at the dance. See you there. The latest donations to date, Hart Patrol 2355 Gazett~ 2237 Shari's 2220 to keep up with medical ~~'~~'~ through continuing # For All Your ~ PLUMBING NEEDS Academy, founded in NITE OWL LEAGUE 0 New construction, re-@ November 5, 1989 and headquartered in H~-~ Patrol 27-9 @ modeling, repairs 0 0 WE HAVE IN STOCK: 0 ~ City, MS, was instru- in the establishment of a Joe s Super Value 18Vz-17% t * Kohler Faucets .@ Gazette ' 17-19 ~ * A.O. Smith 4t mnary specialty in family Lazy Reedy Design 15 %-20V2 Water Heaters 7 in 1969. , Shari s Beauty Nook 15-21 0 * Repair Parts 0 The SundanceWimeSMENS HIGH GAME15"21 t ALI~XANDER'S t Tim Toth 257 0 PLUMBING & HEATING 0 MENUS Chuck McAulay 244 : 283-1249 # Rich Toth 211 .~4-~4.~~ MENS HIGH SERIES which has brought the total of all income to $28,394.52 are: Deane's Motel, Rebekah Lodge #29, Mervin and Norma Peterson, Ron and Robert Vore, Morris Connally Family, Charles and Mary Wilson, Hugh and Mardell Palmer, Delores A. and Max A. Smith {In memory of William L. Mauch). Anyone who wishes to donate and has not done so, please get your donation is as soon as possible as we still have a ways to go. Please send them to Box 581, Sundance, WY 82729. IJNi OIJNiIEi) FEARS Many Americans fbar an epidemic of cancer, While we still need to find more and better treatments tbr this dis- ease, many may he relieved to know that, except for lung cancer which has been tied to cigarettes, cancer is not on the rise and in many cases the survival rate is vastly improved. The experts suggest you awfid cigarettes and excess sun and get regular checkups to help cahn a ffmr of cancer. Many Americans are afraid of chemicals. They think trace amounts of chemicals in our environnlent are causing a perceived cancer epidemic, In fact, scientists say, there's in- creasing evidence that the presence of trace amounts of chemicals in the environment hohts no threat to human health. Many people fear man-made carcinogens in food. In fa(t, food is fldl of caner-causing sub- stances. However, it always has been. Most of those car- cinogens are a natural part of the plants we eat and the human body is designed to deal with them without harm- ing our health. There are professional tea tasters just as there are professional wine tasters. NOVEMBER 9, 1989 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 3 I g'b 4$&?@qPOl2.~*4.$e, lqH~ot]F~*gt, TSS~ ~lL~4.$*TIHPOl'l~*$t, lql~ O #~l ! FACTS & FIGURES i Twenty-five percent of Amer- k'ans are more than 25 percent overweight studies show. One rea~m may be that Americans consume 31 percent more fat than we did 80 years ago. Americans have also reduced physical activity 75 percent since 1900. A balanced program of ex- ercise and sensible eating habits can help people lose weight. Man:,, people who have 30 or more pounds to lose have been helped by going on a liquid diet ibr a time, under a doctor's super- vision and monitored weekly. ()ne of the most popular liq- uid diets, Medifast, was de- veloped by Jason Pharmaceu- ticals, Drinking five packets of a nutritionally complete powdered food supplement is substituted for meals. Studies show that such low-calorie diets average weight losses of 44 pounds in 12 weeks. The cost can be as low as $65 a week-- insurance often covers some of the cost and no special meals need be bought. University of Wyoming FOOTBALL HEAR THE COWBOYS LIVE ON KBFS AM1450 III I Illll I Sta rSta tionX , I _ III SATURDAY, NOV. 11 Wyoming at San Diego State Air Time - 6:30 p.m. Kickoff at 8 p.m. Business T:t Professional Directory Chuck McAulay 673 .$~ Tim Toth 662 SUN'DANCE SCHOOLS Rich Toth 532 LUNCH MENU WOMENS HIGH GAME ;4 Nov. 13 Patty Schulz 200 salad, pears, milk. Bettie Vrana 188 Nov. 14 Ada Hodson 178 for lunch WOMENS HIGH SERIES hash browns, apple- Patty Schulz 551 milk. Bettie Vrana 507 Nov. 15 Ads Hodson 481 ,~ bar or peanut butter TEAM HIGH GAME ~t/~~ vegetable beef soup, The Sundance Times 848 ,%-. milk. Hart Patrol 828 SPEARFIS~ ! ~ CARE CENTER Wide Selection of Quality Eyewear at Reasonable Prices 710 N Ave Don Magnell, Optician Hour: Men -Tues -T~urs -Fri Spearfish 642-8430 8 ~o-s~0 we~ a30-7:00: Sat. 8 30-'12:00 .~#2..~??." .',.~2=: :: :: ~ :: :~ ~: :~#=, M 8- P AUTO BODY I~. cated at 115 N. West St., Sundance irst alley on left on Mt. Moriah road * Ten Years Experience in Sundance *ASE-Certified Auto Body and Paint Technician * Air Brushing * Custon~ Painting -'- * Free Estimates Mike Leslie 283-2151 Donna M. Hart Agent New York Life Insurance Company 420 Park, P.O. Box 220 Sundance, WY 82729 Bus: 307 283-2880 Res: 307 283:3872 Nov. 16 choice. Surprise! Nov. 17 dip, macaroni salad, milk. $1~NIOR CITIZENS MENU HULETT Nov. 12 baked potato, chilled pears, hot pudding. Nov. 14 toasted cheese sand- chili and beans, jellied orange whip. Nov. 15 heaven, peas, salad and dressing, lemon sherbet, cookie. Nov. 16 & noodles, mixed fruit salad, biscuit, vith whipped topp- Nov. 17 noodle bake, peas, chill- hot roll, raisin Gazette 807 TEAM HIGH SERIES Hart Patrol 2452 The Sundance Times2386 Gazette 2377 UNIQUE SCORES: Donna Allen bowled a 3-game series 109 pins over her average. Watts from waste: The same high-temperature technology that enables cities to burn gar- bage for energy is helping rid Pennsylvania of millions of tons of mine waste. Today several Keystone state power plants are being fueled by culT. Once considered a bothersome by- produce, cult is the impure bits of coal that are left over after mining. And there's plenty of it. "National Wildlife" magazine reports there may be 3 billion tons of culT in Pennsylvania alone. Besides being plentiful, culT has another plus. After burning at high temperatures, the ash residue can be used to restore mined lands. ~ II ...... " JOHN H. ] ! I]r. Mike Richey, Optometrist ! JACKSON, D.D.S. | Praetieof I A 1710 N, Ave., Spearfish Eye Center I FAMILY [ 'el (next to, Safeway) 642-8480 DENTISTRY I t Family Vision Care t 612 Sixth Ave., l ~ U Contact Lenses BelleFourche, S.D. I i Glaucoma & Cataract Evaluations l {Behind CLiff Thomas Drug)n , Certified to Use Diagnostic & Therapeutic OpenPhne 892-6347Mon..Fri. ll i" Drugs Senior Citizen Discounts i "OU~~ A RE~ONABLS PmCE" 4 KEN HANSEN '< Free Pic uk p & Delivery in Sundance ~' aoa w...E. _ ~' G.z.l.l~rl~. WY a27t6 , ~ 4