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Tidbits of Glenrock, Douglas and Wheatland

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Glenrock, Douglas and Wheatland Issue #441

November 8 - 14, 2012

Published and Distributed Weekly by Alimon Publishing, LLC - www.tidbitswyoming.com - tidbits@tidbitswyoming.com - 307-473-8661

Laugh-A-Bit with Tidbits You know you're in the desert when you discover a seatbelt makes an excellent branding iron.

(307) 358-3636

247 Russell Ave., Douglas

www.kktyonline.com


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AUCTION!

Saturday, November 17th, 2012 Viewing 9am – 10am. Auction starts at 10am. ’S WYOMING EST G & BI G NEWEST HOUSE AUCTION ons

To see pictures of auction items go to

ssi Conce oor and D ! Prizes

www.bidandbuyauctionhouse.com

Huge Liquidation Auction from major retailer. Collectibles and a few antiques. Our Auction will be filled with many desirable items from Electronics, Household Goods, Furniture, Sporting Goods, Holiday Items, Toys, Jewelery, Small Appliances, Tools,

Patio Furniture, many items being sold in box Over 10,000 sq ft. We can handle any auction! Accepting Consignment Items for Future Auctions, Estate Auctions and Appraisals. We can meet all of your auction needs

BIG OR SMALL! All items sold “AS IS – WHERE IS & WITH ALL FAULTS,” no warranties or guarantees as to condition, age, hours or mileage. Not responsible for accidents or theft. All announcements made day of sale take precedence over auction list. All items must be paid for the day of sale. 5% charge for Credit Card Use CASH/CHECK with ID/

lots, And MUCH MUCH MORE!! The liquidation sale items are new, new out the box, used in the box, used out of the box and store returns. We have some collectibles and antiques as well.

ONE! IS H T S IS M O T T N A W YOU WON’T ellers!! -s e r r fo n o ti c u a t a e Gr

Items can vary up to auction day.

803 Birch - Glenrock, WY


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Homemade

Lunch Buffet with Soup & Salad Bar Mon-Fr 11am-2pm

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$4.99 Breakfast Steak & Eggs

Friday Night

Seafood Delight Begins at 5pm

Serving

CHOICE STEAKS

HOMEMADE SOUPS MADE DAILY

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CATERING

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Shop Douglas!

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For Advertising Call Brenda Stark at 307-259-5010!


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Keeping Pets Safe in Cold Weather DEAR PAW'S CORNER: I've been thinking of getting my Border Collie, "Jake," a set of those booties that fit over a dog's paws to protect them from cold ground and sharp objects. Do these really work? -- Sarah in Chicago DEAR SARAH: Booties can be very good paw protectors for dogs that are outdoors in the winter. The biggest considerations, besides price, are getting the right type for the kind of terrain and the level of activity your dog will have. For everyday walking on a sidewalk, there are many brands of booties to choose from, most for less than $30 per set. Booties with extra traction or customized fit cost a little bit more. You also can find "fashion" booties if you want your pet to look swanky walking down the street, although many of those look like they would be uncomfortable for your dog. Be sure to buy booties of a size closest to the size of your dog. Try them on your dog's paws right away, in case they don't fit and need to be returned. Protecting your dog's paws is just the beginning of cold-weather safety, of course. A dog coat that wraps comfortably around his torso will help Jake retain body heat much longer. Stay alert when out with your dog, and make sure he is not shivering from cold or limping from an injury to his paw. In either case, get him home right away, warm him up and check his paws for cuts, debris or other injury. Send your questions or comments to ask@pawscorner.com. If your question or comment is printed in the weekly column, you'll receive a free copy of "Fighting Fleas," the newest booklet from Paws Corner! Š 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.

Glenrock Wyoming! Call Brenda Stark at 307-259-5010

to AdvertiseYour Business!

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Class A Tanker Drivers Gazelle Transportation, Inc. is growing and we have immediate openings in the following locations:

CA: Bakersfield, Coalinga, San Ardo and Paso Robles CO: Greeley TX: Charlotte, Laredo, Corpus Christi, Carrizo Springs and Midland UT: Vernal WY: Casper Driver applicants must possess: ✗ ❑ Hazmat, Tanker, Doubles and Triples endorsements ✗ ❑ Good MVR record and ✗ ❑ Minimum of 2-3 years Class A driving experience (based by terminal) ✗ ❑ TWIC Card is required for all STX locations Tanker experience is preferred but not necessary Gazelle offers: ✗ ❑ Health, Life, Vision, Dental, ST Disability, 125 Plan and 401k Plan ✗ ❑ Quarterly Safety Performance and Annual Longevity Bonuses. ✗ ❑ Exceptional % Based Pay ✗ ❑ HUGE earning potential for motivated, dedicated drivers!!!

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Prompt response is encouraged to ensure your consideration! You may also apply by requesting an employment application by calling

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or by visiting our website www.gazelletrans.com Safely Delivering America’s Energy ®


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GIANT ALASKAN MALAMUTE puppies for sale, born 9-13-12, prices vary between $1500-$1750. Contact Marie at 208-520-4187.

OPPORTUNITIES

USED TRUCKS

THE OCEAN CORP. 10840 Rockley Road, Houston, Texas 77099. Train for a New Career. *Underwater Welder. Commercial Diver. *NDT/Weld Inspector. Job Placement Assistance. Financial Aid available for those who qualify. 1-800-3210298.

1992 FORD PICKUP Single owner, new tires, after market rims, electric window & door locks, dual fuel tanks, NO cracks in dash, rebuilt transmission in 2010, 214,800 miles, well maintained. $2500 307-349-3752

CHIMNEY SERVICES OVER 18? 18-24 bright people needed to travel with a young successful team. Paid training, Transportation/lodging. No Experience Necessary. 1-877646-5050

FURNITURE AMISH LOG FURNITURE TRUCKLOAD SALE!I While supplies last. Call 307-4732400

WANTS TO purchase minerals and other oil & gas interests. Send details P. O. Box 13557, Denver, Co 80201

MISC. CASH PAID for diabetic test strips. Top $$, Fast Payment! (866)800-1923 | SellYourTestStrips.com

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Cell: 307-315-0224

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by Samantha Weaver

• It's not known who made the following sage observation: "The sharper your words are, the more they'll hurt if you have to swallow them." • Those who study such things say that Southerners watch more TV than residents of any other region of the country. • Any given major ballet company will go through about 3,000 pairs of toe shoes every year. Under normal use, one pair will last for about one hour of performing. • If you average out the depth of the world's seas and the elevation of the land, you'll find that the ocean is four times as deep as the land is high.

• Pierre-Auguste Renoir, one of the leading artists of the Impressionist movement, died in 1919, at the age of 78. His last words were, "What a pity I have to go now just when I was beginning to show promise!" • A male sea otter shows affection by biting his mate's nose.

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