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NOVEMBER 17, 1994 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 11 BUYERS' NEW USED PURC} BUY 'EAL "ED AND -W SALE Qualified alfalfa and t hay, large round bales. Semi , reasonable. Rodd Wlllaredt, 39-47 !ACRES highway frontage. Tower. 9,000 ft., trailer Newcastle. 283-2050. 39-49* 283-3756. tfn SEASON SALE! of up to 50% on selected . Sale good thru December 2, Double Take - next to Wyo- Express. Wed.-Fri. I0 5:30 p.m. 45-48* HELP WANTED: The law omce of Mark L. Hughes is now accepting applications for a full-time secre- tary/bookkeeper. Prior experience, computer and typing skills pre- ferred. Interested persons should submit a resume to the law office of Mark L. Hughes, P.O. Box 456, I 13 North Third Street, Sundance," Wyoming. 46-47 ......................................... TEXAB REFINERY CORP. needs mature person now in Sundance area. Regardless of training, write W.J. Hopkins, Box 71 l, Ft. Worth, TX 7610 I. 46-48 DRIVERS: Flatbed 48 state OTR. Assigned new conventionals com- petitive pay, benefits. $I ,000 slgn- on bonus, rider program, flexible time off. Call Roadrunner Trucking. 1-800-876-7784. I two See -1 1/2 year old home on 3 residential'lots, landscaped, near elementary school. -200 acres of prairie land with 100 acres of hay land. -3 BR home at Vista West, nice family room, great price. -5 acre residential lot - beautiful view of the Black Hills. -Older home in great condition - ideal for a retired couple or starter home. -++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++' Black Hills Real Estate 282-2477 Rose Zella Proctor - Broker-Owner Norval Waller - Associate Broker - 283-2310 Roxanne Peters - 283-3317 SALE: Whirlpool trash like new; 1985 ~ Wagon, excellent condition. 307-283-1960 after 5 p.m. It* !REGISTERED Beagle pup- 12 weeks old, had shots, l- after 2 p.m. Itwc Full-time position for Ward Sec- retary with CNA duties. "/~yping skills and some computer skills, must be flexible. Get your appli- cations from the Crook County Nursing Home, or call (307) 283- 2725. Applications may be mailed to Crook County Nursing Home, Attn: Irma Fouch, RN/DON Box for will sell for $9,959. open end, never erected, complete, in original .1-800-292-011 I. I twc .~ ................................. SALE: 40.89 acres, 3 miles Subdivision. Call 686- 686-1053 or 467-5245. It /DEAS...Let Mary Kay help ideas. 114 Nov. 17th, - 5:30 p.m. Stop by or call 1779. Marcy Pollcky, Inde- Consultant. It Set of wood bunk beds bookcase headboards. Call after 5 p.m. It Large brick-lined wood holds enough wood to burn Bring your strong friends this beauty. Includes 2 $350. 283-214 I. I t 517, Sundance, Wyoming 82729. Stored ~k Coun~ Nursing Home is an $7,986, F_~ua| 0p~rfu//ity E/np10yer. 886. 1-50'x90'xl 8' 45-46 14x70 2 bedroom me- + deposit. No pets. 46-47 Wanted IIIIIII Conventional 60" walk-ln sleepers, trailers. Run 48 states. ,record. CDL 23 years old, great ben- 1-800-548-3120. $I. Itwc the Times classiileds.' Crook County Nursing Home is now accepting applications for part- time RN. 1-2 weekend per month. Wages based on experience. Get your applications from the nurs- ing home or you may call (307) 283-2725. Applications may be mailed to CCNH, Attn: Irma Fouch, RN/DON, Box 517, Sundance, Wyorrdng 82729. CCHN is an equal opportunity employer. 45-46 ......................................... Crook County Nursing Home is now accepting applications for nurses aides, full and part-time, day and night shifts. Starting wage at $5.00 and $5.50 and up for Certified Aides and depending on experience. Get your application from the nursing home or you may call (307) 283-2725. Applications may be mailed to Crook County Ni~rsing Home, Attn: Irma Fouch, Box 517, Sundance, Wyoming 82729. 45-46 BAKERY MANAGER. Have 5-7 years "scratch" bakery experience? Excellent reference? If so, apply :for: $25,000 plus salary/bonus package, medical short-term dis- ability, 401 K, profit-sharing, vaca- tion, holiday, sick pay. Plus Mitch- ell, SD, is on 1-90, no state income tax, new schools, 4-7 year college, great medical services, museums, recreation, hunting and low crlmel Apply now c/o John Clarke, County Fair Foods, 1305 W. Havens, Mitchell, SD 47301. EOE. I twc .... ..................................... CRUISE SHIPS HIRING. Earn up to $2,000+/mo. working on cruise ships or land-tour companies. No exp. necessary. For info. call 1- 206-634-0468, ext. C89751. Itwc ......................................... 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. newspaper recommends that you investigate every phase of opportunities. We suggest you consult your own attorney ask 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, 82002 (307) 77%7841. newspaper is not responsible or liable whatsoever for any made by an ad in this newspaper or for any of the services, opportunities offered by our advertisers. The content of advertisement is the sole responsibility of the advertiser. We do encourage or promote the purchase or sale of any service, company or individual that chooses to advertise in newspaper, and we reserve the right to refuse any/all we deem ixmpproprlste or unacceptable by our company addition, this newspaper reserves the right to edit, or locate any advertisement under whatever heading we decide will best with our classification regulations. 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. Itwc ......................................... MECHANIC WANTED. Good wages, benefits available. Close to shopping. Sportsman's paradise. Only ambitious, experienced me- chanics need apply. Call (307) 786- 2580, 8 to 6 for more information. ltwc ......................................... OMAHA AND KANSAS Truck Centers are now hiring parts sales, service technicians, trainers, and body shop technicians. Positions are available in Omaha, NE: 402- 592-2440; Lincoln, NE: 402-464- 2444; Wichita, KS: 316-945-5600; Hutehinson, KS: 316-662-5444; Liberal, KS: 316-624-5688. Relo- cation assistance is available. Our benefits package can't be matched and it's yours free! :'-" ltwc ......................................... AYUSA INTERNATIONAL Ex- change student organization needs representatives in your commu- nity. Involves recruiting and working with families, students, schools. Part-tlme involvement- year round commitment. Send re- sume to: Tom Tyndall, 3306 C. Georgia Circle, Gillette, Wyo., 82716. I twc ......................................... DISTRIBUTORS WANTED. MI- crobes, Inc., world leader in bio- engineering and microbial en- hanced oil recovery, seeks quali- fied distributors for U.S. markets. No bio exp. necessary. Complete engineering and marketing sup- port. No investment required. In- quiries, call 303-295-7618. Itwc ......................................... . " I~I:N,~ STATION :15' miles south of Jackson at Hoback Junction. Profitable gas/grocery business with '93 net profit of $71,000+. Includes employee housing, four commercial lots and , Inventory. Call Cy at the Real Es- tate Co., 733-7970 or 1-800-967- 1482. I twc WANTED TO BUY WANT TO PURCHASE mineral rights. Send details to: P.O. 13557, Denver, CO 80201. 34-8 ......................................... OLD GUITARS WANTEDI! Fender, Gibson, Martin, Gretsch, National, D'Angelico, Stromberg, Eipphone, Mosrite. Also Gibson mandolins, 1900-1960s. These brands only, please. Top cash paid. 1-800-401-0440. I twc BECOME A PARALF.~AL. Join America's fastest-growing profes- sion. Lawyer-instructed home study. Choice of specialty programs offered. P.C.D.I., Atlanta, Georgia. Free catalog. 800-362-7070, dept. LI.J730. ltwc ......................................... 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. Itwc ......................................... AIDS -- Questions or concerns? Call Casper-based Wyoming AIDS Project. For confidential Informa- tion and referral, call toll free 1- 800-675-2698; 237-7833. Write P.O. Box 9353, Casper, WY 82609. " Itwc 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 of miracles pray for us. 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 fail. Publication must be promised. My prayers have been answered. A.A. I ! I I CHRISTIAN DATING and Friend- ship Service. Meet quality singles in your area. All age ranges. Call for free lnfo package. 1-800-399- 1994. I twc ADOPT: We are a loving, llnan- cially secure, down- to-earth couple who Wish to share our lives with a baby. Be assured that your new- born will be loved and well pro- vided for. Expenses paid. Call Su- san and Peter, 1-800-993-1998. Itwc .......................................... ADOPTION. A California couple can offer your child a bright future. All legal birth mother expenses paid. Call Cindy, 800-556-5635. Itwc for Crook County School District No. 1. Elaina Rathbun was a Friday overnight guest and Saturday visitor of Chelsey Parsons at their home in Hulett. Chesney Rathbun was a Saturday overnight guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Latimer. Kevln Sweeney of Roberts Pro- pane of Hulett spent some time at the Herman White home Monday where he repaired a heating stove. Deb Franzen-Adema and son, Jordan, returned home Tuesday evening from Sheridan where they attended a two-day leadership workshop presented by the Wyo- ming Association Student Coun- cil, they went to Sheridan Sunday afternoon. Ross Garman attended a parent- teacher conference with his daughter, Anna Marie, at a Gillette elementary school Friday. Ross was very surprised to learn a teacher's aide In Anna's room had taught him in second grade at the Sun- dance School several years ago. Anna Garman accompanied her father, Ross, to their home near Miller Creek Friday afternoon where she spent the weekend vis- iting. Mrs. Bo Rathbun shopped in Rapid CRy during the week and met some hunters at the airport. Clay and Cody Wood, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wood, spent Sat- urday night and Sunday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. War- ren Wood at their home at HuletL Baby Kyle Wood spent the time visiting his aunt, Sally Jewett and family at Belle Fourche. Mr, and Mrs. Steve Wood went to Rapid City Saturday where they stayed overnight and shopped, returning home with their family Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wllford Kennedy of Houston Creek, Helen Ellard and Terry Wlechert of Sundance were Saturday dinner guests and after- noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Dan." John Wyman of Irving, ~Texas, and his sister-in-law, Jenny of St- urgis spent Thursday afternoon visiting Opal Oudin at her ranch home. John wasvisitinghis brother and wife, Robert and Mary Wyman at Rapid City. Mary was taken to the Rapid City Hospital Tuesday and was seriously ill. Opal Oudin, Robert and John Wyman are cousins. "[Yavis Powrle of Glllette spent the weekend at the Be Rathbun home where he visited Casey Tenke and hunted white-tail deer. Travis and Casey were Saturday afternoon callers at Opal Oudln's. Jeremy Garman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Garman, spent the weekend visiting his grandparents, CARD OF ~ Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bunney, at We would llke to thank everyone their ranch near Aladdin. for the beautiful cards and the Opal Oudin kept an appointment many acts ofkindness extended to in Sundance Friday afternoon 'us during the recentloss of our Dad where she also did some shopping. and Grandad. Anna Marie and Taylor Dawn -" .......... : ................. :? ......... "~ Special thanks to the Sundance II 4nlpl~1fflanlm4n i! Senior Citizens and to the United I ~l~l~V lt,~ I~'methdist wmen fr serving lunch I :~ and refreshments; and to the ca- ::.:: .... .:::__'.:..::.::,:.'__.,,~:.:.::.~-~.~ pable ambulance staff for their DO YOU Ng]gD: Carpentry, re- caring kindness at a difficult time. modeling, concrete work, garages, The Family of Leigh Haptonstall decks. Call for free estimates. Vl- ergets Construction 283-2679. 28fin AAMEETS TUI~DAY8 - 8 p.m. at the Sundance Senior Center, north entrance, fin ......................................... DO YOU NEED dirt work done??? Conhact N.E.W. Construction at ~307) 283-2963. For fasL quality work. fin ......................................... WHISI~RINO ~ Painting & Janitorial Services. IAcensed and Insured. Commercial, Residential, 283-3957. fin ii WANTEDIlUlIIIIIIIIIlUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlUllUlIIIIIIIIIlUlUlUltlIII i' I|llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllullllllllllllllllllllllullllllnlllnlllllll'. WANTED TO RENT: Garage or shed for storage. Near Sundance, rain. size I 0'X30'. 283- I I I I. 45-48* Lois and Darrel Clymore Doffs and Bill Oudln Leigh and Bill England and families Kevin and Shells Hnnsen Chuck and Rich Haptonstall and families Miller Creek by Opm O mn November 13, 1994 The "Open House" honoring Ray Robinson on his 90th birthday held at the Oshoto Community Bible Church Sunday afternoon was well attended. Relatives, neighbors and friends attended from Gillette, Hulett, MoorcroR, Sundance, Belle Fourche and maybe elsewhere, all enjoyed the afternoon and re- freshments. A nice program was presented with Mrs. Robinson In charge. The Senior Citizens, ......................................... ,"Sundance Kids" music group en- Garman visited their grandmother, Mary Garman, Sunday forenoon. LynDee and Lacey Garman spent Saturday afternoon visiting Anna Marie and Taylor Dawn at the Ross Garman home. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Garman, Lacey and LynDee were saturday evening supper guests at the Ross Garman home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rathbun and children were in Hulett Monday evening where Elaina and Chesney attended their basketball class and their parents dined out for supper. Walter "lhxff' Vore and friend, Jerry, both of Cody, arrived at the Wayne Garman home Frldaywhere they hunted deer and turkey and returned to Cody Sunday. They called on Opal Oudln Sunday forenoon. Mike and Mary Kuhl were Friday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wood and sons. Mike is employed at the Chatfleld ranch and Mary is Steve's sister. Mrs. Bo Rathbun and Melody Rathbun were in Gillette Wednes- day where Bradley Tenke under- went surgery for an old injury to I his shoulder at the Gillette nospl- tal. MaryYemington was in Sundance Thursday where she attended a meeting at the Crook County Li- brary in the afternoon. Ross Garman and Taylor Dawn took Anna Marie to her home in Gillette Sunday afternoon, she had spent the weekend visiting at the Ross Garman home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rathbun and family and three hunters were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bo Rathbun. The appliqued quilt made at the Sundance Senior Citizens Center is now complete, thanks to those who donated so much of their time to quilting it and to Dollle Kipf for binding the edges. The quilt is be- ing raffled as an annual fund- miser. The "Sundance Kids" music group have a new schedule at the Crook County Nursing Home in Sun- dance, they start making music at 2:15 P.M. and play for an hour. This time Is better than starting at 6 P.M. as they have done since the Nursing Home opened in 1986. Ancfl Slsson drives from Moorcrofl, Ted Butterfleld from Beulah and Opal Oudin from Sunny Divide near Devils Tower, George Watts lives In Sundance. This is a winter time schedule. This area received about two inches of rain and snow Sunday and colder temperatures were prevalent Sunday evening, the moisture was welcome for the hunting season. The road project is nearing completion, some of the top soft was spread the past week and the new guard rails are in place, it seems the new grade is some steeper than the previous one, truckers notice the difference. Kenny Rathbun spent Thursday afternoon In Gillette at a confer- ence pertaining to his work with Bear Lodge Limited, Inc. at Sun- dance. November 1, 1994 TEAM STANDING@ Sodbusters 26-I0 Springchickens 23-13 Snowbirds I 8-18 Climbers 17 - 19 Oddballs 16-20 Elghtballs 16-20 sagebrushers 15-21 Flydoodles 13-23 MEN'S HIGH GAME Bart Olson 191 Al Wells 172 Bill Baker 158 MEN'S HIGH SERIES Bart Olson 523 Al Wells 486 Bill Baker 454 WOMEN"8 HIGH GAME Comlie Lubken 232 Phyllis Queen 218 Lois Hilkemeier 182 WOMEN'S HIGH SERIES Comlie Lubken 514 Phyllis Queen 510 Lois Hflkemeier 476 TEAM HIGH Springchickens I 174 Sodbusters 1079 Springchlckens 1068 TEAM HIGH SERIES Springchickens 3239 Sodbusters 3108 Oddballs 3001 VNIgt~ SCORBS Irene Buckmfller 7-8 Vera Hefner 4-5 Betty Gray 5-6 Bart Olson 5-7, 5-7, 3-10 Hazel Baker 3-10 Mary Wondercheck 7-6-10 Grapes grow in clus- ters of as few as six to as many as 300 berdes. WANTED: Thorval Jensen needs doe hunters. (307) 896-3164. 45-46" MISC. 181,000 WYOMING people will read your classified ad ffyou place it in WY-CAN. Sell, buy, announce. $109 for 25 words. Contact your local newspaper. Itwc tertalned before and after the program. Happy, Happy to Ray!! Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hilty and family of Sundance, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jackson and' family from Rapid City and Mr, and Mrs. Bob Yemingtonand family enjoyed din- ing Saturday evening at the Flying V Cambria Inn near Newcastle. Mrs. Ross (Pamela) Garman and Val Hurd of Sundance attended a software workshop at the Holiday Inn in Sheridan Tuesday and Wednesday, the ladles both work Have cash buyer for a 300-400 cow ranch located in eastern Wyoming. Prefer a weU-improved ranch but will 10ok at anything. Buyer capable of closing within 30 days. IMETzGER LAND COMPANY . (605) 348-7773 ! Box, Rapid City, SD {$7709 ~! P.O. Tom Metzger, Broker (608) ~lll-ff,800 '~// | CUnt Snook, 8ales Aurae. (006) 892.6"/28