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I ~-_ Wednesday Ervle and Lydia t Stateti ~ drove to Rapid City where eagle asI ~kept an appointment wlth an ~~aeclallst. The report Is very ~ble for hlm and hls hearing rs ! ~o 8P~ ~atly improved. On Saturday and Judy Hogan of Newell ~d at the home of Ervie and i Hogan and family. On Sun- afternoon Pastor Anderson anniversary meeting of the Wyo- ming Farm Bureau Federation held In Jackson, WY. On their return trip they spent Saturday night at the home of Irene's sister, Louise Connors at Thermopolis. They re- turned home on Sunday. Mike and Cody Hutchinson spent Thursday and Friday nights at the home of Straitor and Elaine Clark while they were hunUng elk and deer in the area. Ralph and Pat Goodson and children, Matt and Amy, hosted a Thanksgiving dinner at their ranch home. Guests included Jim and Goodson of Sundance. On Thursday evening, November 9, members of Sundance Lodge #9 AF and AM hosted a clam chowder and chili supper accompanied by vegetable salads for widows of Master Masons and their families and family members ofall Masons. MII Schloredt was honored with the Flower Ceremony presented by Stuart Reynolds of Upton who is the counselor for the DeMoley Chapter at Newcastle. Bob Beau- doin, Master of the lodge, presented her with a red rose, a pin and a plaque. ~l on the Hogans. Edith Damme ofCasper, Gene and_ Spike and Betty Olson motored to hard and Irene Snider left on--Murlel Gads and children, Caiflyn Forsyth, MT on Saturday Novem- raber 8 to attend the 75th andJens, and Myron and MarJorie ber5andreturnedonNovember9. Spike kept a medical appointment at Billings and they visited A! and Donna Cope in Sheridan and Dotty Vaughn in Gillette before return- lng home. They also visited with their son, Mike Olson, and family at Gillette. Sincerest condolence to the fam- ily of June Gray from the neigh- bors and friends. Reminder: Potential still exists for salmonella poisoning The Wyoming Department of Ag- r/culture (WDA) is reminding con- sumers to return anySchwan's ice cream they may have in their freezers to their route driver for a NOVEMBER 17, 1994 refund or exchange. Persons having Schwans ice cream should contact their driver. Under no circumstances should anyone eat this ice cream accord- ing to the Wyoming Department of Agriculture. The WDA has received about 25 complaints of salmonella poison- ing from consumers around the state who may have eaten the ice cream. Persons who have been ill and believe it was from Schwan's ice cream should contact the Wyoming Department of Health. The food poisoning outbreak which has been reported around THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 3 the country, allegedly came from a tanker truck that was used to transport raw eggs. The truck was not sanitized before it was refilled to carry pasteurized ice cream mix to the Schwan's Marshall, MN plant. The cross-contamination allowed the salmonella from the raw eggs to infect the ice cream mix which was ready to freeze. Schwan's has now changed its procedure to re- pasteurize all ice cream products. Schwans has cooperated fully with government authorities during this recall. Anyone with questions about the ice cream products should call Schwans at 800-544-6855. If It's Made of Glass - See Us First RNkkm"-I ' C(xamwdd Autm~lve Slwaw Vo(x~ In~kl Oil, CulWm C, lan & Idl~'ar Wod~ Cumin F~mlni & I~Ulr~ The Glass Shop, Too Office: 642-38'/2 Emergency: 642-1'/21 Roger & Dollie Keahey 216 E. Colorado Blvd. SD 57783 * Backhoe Service * Gravel Hauling * Dirt Hauling CALL 283-1028 or 283-2335 rl ' i ALAN'S ODD JOBS * Lawn Care * Roto-TiUing * Odd Jobs PH. 2834787 * 1 Hour Fdm Processing * Studio Portraits * Christmas Cards CALL: 283-3696 Satellite Systems & Pellets Call: at 283-3581 ADAMS REPAIR SERVICE 106 South West Street Sundance Repairs Complete Engine Repair Shocks Brakes ' Carburetors ' Transmissions JERRY ADAMS Res. Work 283-3606 FREE ESTIMATES JOE'S Furniture Repair and Custom-Built Oak Furniture 307-283-2117 CUSTOM I Wagaman / ~UTO & TRUCK =Complete Auto & Truck,. Repair I '~" I Itefinishing I Ready Mix & | Fiberglassing I Construction | ~lass Installation South Highway 585 | Box 455 | Sundance, Wyoming I Sundance, Wyo. I Curt Williamson, Owner I Home-307-283-3131 I Ph. 307-283-2301 Gates Hoses Made to Order Field Service Interstate Batteries 283-2162 North 2nd Street MINI STORAGE Now Renting in Sundance * 5 Ft. x 1O Ft. * 1O Ft.x 12 Ft. * 1O Ft. x 28 Ft. * 10 Ft. x 40 Ft. * 11 Ft. x 28 Ft. w/12 Ft. Overhead Doors * 11 Ft. x 40 Ft. w/12 Ft Overhead Doors Days: 283-2233 Nights: Lee 283.2425, Dave 283-1564 INSURANCE GROUP Auto * Life * Fire * Annuities Mm: - Storage Call 283p2812 For All Your Insurance Needs Call Farm Bureau Full line of Life-Health-Ranch-Home Auto.Disability-Annuities Shear Delight Beauty Salon Fast.Falr.hlendly Service. Ranch * Commercial Pat LosUo, Agent 115 North West St.. Box 337 Sundance, Wyoming 283-2494 803 South 3rd IllIFarme"r"u i JmJDs'""""*""' I 283-2406 ~| Linda Church III I I I I DCI ' UPS shipping S t4DANc . " FedEx drop-off v" High-quality copies CHIROPRACTIC " Public FAX service _8 !,674 (old Forest Service building) 283-2717 Downtown Sundance o l- e- eo l- e- e- l- s- s- =- s- w- d- m- l- e~lo s- s- m- m;'=; s- 1- eo e- s- e- 1- s; e;'~2~-;& i- s- s- - so s- e I~e Je~O. Jt..m. JeJts Jr. J= Jr. Jr= Jte,,=. Jt.~.e.J= J.Jtm Jt=.e..=. Jr. J= JoJ. J= J.~.~u~= Jo~J.~.~.~=~s NEED INSURANCE? ii ' ,~', ~,~_.~1 CALL i: *~ ADI Insurance Agent7 '.' ( formerly Hulett Insurance Agency) ~; :~: Office Ph. 467-5213 :: ~ :,' Located Across from ;~ "~' Hulett National Bank ;~. t., 132 Main Life - Health - Auto - Home -Ranch ~ ~P.O. Box 73 Hulett, Wyo. i~ _: . INDEPENDENT AGENT ;~ ..= ..... =...=.w.2.=.=.= ~ .~~- = ,,, .s.,,~ff..~,a=. =. =.he. s. hh =. =.b =. Cassidy's Junetlon of Ph. 283-2469 U.8. 14 & WYO 116 8undanee (CHOW) Also Wyoming 585 283-22,85 " PURINA CHOW BRAND FEEDS FOR LIVESTOCK & PETS STOCK SALT - WATER SOFTENER SALT C.O.S. & GRAINS & C~. SEED CLEANING p F McCOY TRUCKING S EAR ISH CARE CENTER Hay Bales For All Your Eye Care Needs Cubes * Everyday LOW PRICES on Eyeglasses =0 Contact Lenses ' Ear Corn MAGNELL S. RICHEY Grain Opts'an Optometrist Ray & Llnda McCoy 1710 North Avenue. Spearfish, SD 756-9677 " Hulett CARTER'S PLUMBING & HEATING Sewer Rooting Repairs New Construction Sales & Service We are looking forward to serving your plumbing and heating needs. Open Mon. - Wed. - Fri. 283-2171 Sundance IIIII Northside Apartments CALL 468~2734 or 28~P2032, Complete Machine Shop If You are Interested in Local Investment Opportunities... Mutual Funds Stories Tax.Free Bonds Annullies --.. ,....-~,...-~'IN~AN(?IAL " IRARollovers&Transfers ,~EItVICIL; ...Pbm Call Me Today for s No.Obligation ConsuHation Brian D. MacNem, CFP Registered Representative Certified Financial Planner 741 5th Street Spearfish, SD 57783 (605) 642-8155 or (800) 750-4970 Linscw"Private Ledger Member NASD/SIPC 6.2, 6.9 Diesel in Stock TERRY'S AUTO & PRONTO AUTO PARTS 304 Cleveland, P.O. Box 890 Sundance, WY 82729 Mastercard - Visa - Discover Terry Newlin, Owner (307) 283-2345 Fax: 283-2378 1-800-264-9672 Over 75 engines in stock The Country Cottage "Where quality is 100% guaranteed" Fresh & Silk Flowers ~-,~. Country Gifts Wicker & Pottery 283-2450 P.O. Box 903 Kathy Lenz Sundance WY 82729 8:0~a.m. - 5:30 p.m. M & P AUTO BODY Located at 115 N. West St., Sundance First alley on left on ML Morlah road Seventeen Years Experience in Sundance ASE - Certified Auto Body and Paint Technician O Atr Btusldug Custom Painting * Free Estimates Mike Leslie 283-2151 [] ~~mmm ,..~::,: .:ii i i ;?~;,~; (307) 467-,5578 P.O. Box 369 Phyllis Proctor Hulrtt, WY 82720 Broker