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Published Weekly - Vol. 35, No. 18 - May 4 - 10, 2011 •

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IN THIS ISSUE: Mother’s Day Dining Guide

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STRANGE BUT TRUE By Bill Sones and Rich Sones, Ph.D.

Q. Our little 3-pound brains take millions of “snapshots,” recording sounds, smells, tastes, time sequences, a continuous running commentary - all day, every day. You’d think overload would set in. A. Maybe, except the brain has a secret: it cheats, says Harvard’s Daniel Gilbert in “Stumbling on Happiness.” Faithful representation like a DVD isn’t the way. Ask eyewitnesses “How fast the two cars were going when they collided?” and you’ll get a different answer than if you ask, “How fast were the cars going when they smashed into each other?” In other words, the question itself helps shape our answer. Dozens of experiments show that our brains more “reweave” experiences that “retrieve” them. Information acquired after an event can alter memory of the event. There’s an economy to this as we recall the GIST, then fill in the details later, possibly changing them with each retelling. For instance, we’ll store in memory “Went to dinner last week; it was disappointing,” along with a few standout features: tough steak, corked wine, snotty waiter. Then when recalling the experience, we’ll quickly reweave the “story” by fabricating much of it. “This happens so quickly and effortlessly we have the illusion that the entire thing was in our heads the entire time.”

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Obesity in your later years can lead to serious health problems if not addressed. Not only does it cause excess strain on your heart, but it can also lead to decrease physical performance and increased frailty. A recent study by the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis showed that programs that focused on only diet or only exercise were not as effective as those combining the two. Seniors in the study who practiced both diet and exercise had notable increases in gait and better balance. While it may seem obvious that both diet and exercise are critical components of a healthy plan, many seniors only decide to do one or the other. It may seem too difficult or they may feel set in their ways. By combining the two, the benefits of both strategies are enhanced.


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Chef Salad Whipped Jello Cubes Mozzarella Cheese Stick Breadsticks Banana

1st National Bank Birthday Dinner Pepper Steak, Hashbrown Supreme, Peas & Carrots, Calico Corn Salad, Cake & Ice Cream

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This Month in History May 1 - 1707 - Great Britain was formed when England and Scotland united. 1873 - Explorer David Livingston died in Africa. 1884 - Construction began on the first skyscraper, the ten-story Home Insurance Company building in Chicago. 1939 - The comic book character Batman, created by Bob Kane, appeared for the first time in the May issues of "Detective Comics #27." 1941 - "Citizen Kane," directed by Orson Welles, premiered at New York City's RKO Palace. 1971 - The national railroad Amtrak began service, combining the operations of 18 passenger railroads. 1981 - The first frequent flyer program was debuted by American Airlines. May 2 - 1520 - Leonardo da Vinci died in Amboise, France. 1611 - A new translation of the Bible in English, dubbed the King James Bible, was published. 1903 - Dr. Benjamin Spock was born in San Diego, California. 1919 - America’s first passenger airplane service began. 1945 - Soviet Marshall Georgi Zhukov accepted the surrender of Berlin, the German capital. May 3 - 1851 - San Francisco caught fire for the seventh time in four years. 1898 - Golda Meir, prime minister of Israel from 1969 to 1974, was born in Kiev, Russia. 1948 - “CBS Evening News” debuted as a 15-minute telecast with Douglas Edwards as anchor. 1971 - National Public Radio, financed by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, sent out its first broadcast. 1999 - The Dow-Jones average climbed to over 11,000 for the first time. May 4 - 1494 - Christopher Columbus discovered Jamaica. 1855 - The first U.S. women’s hospital opened in New York City. 1929 - Actress Audrey Hepburn was born Edda Van Heemstra Hepburn-Rusten in Brussels, Belgium. 1970 - Four students were killed by U.S. National Guard at an anti-war protest at Kent State University in Ohio. 1979 - Margaret Thatcher became the first female British prime minister, holding the office until 1990.

Across 1. ___ of Maine (toothpaste brand) 5. Dangerous biters 9. Unsolicited e-mails 14. Final notice 15. Comparative word 16. Lowest deck 17. Solo card game 19. Thin leaflike layer 20. Easy to understand 22. Nonsensical 23. Mamie’s man 24. “For your ___ only” 25. Come together 26. Cockchafer 28. Keep out 30. Babysitter’s handful 31. Summary 35. To the rear, nautical 38. Look 39. Poet’s “below” 40. Audition tapes

4. Suppresses 5. Unsteady movements 6. Sailing vessel 7. House of Commons member 8. Am. Soccer player Marino 9. Chesterfield, e.g. 10. Woman with career patron 11. Mixture of metals 12. Wavelike design 13. Neuters 18. Be a snitch 21. Colo. neighbor 26. Likely to be confused 27. Ashes holder 28. Good, in the ‘hood 29. ___ Vigoda 32. Spanish gentleman 33. Absorbed, as a cost 34. High degree (abbrev.) 36. Low stool or rail 37. Cooking meas. 41. Explosive compound 44. Doctrine (acronym) 45. A fellow 42. Fourposter, e.g. 46. A type of horse’s bit 43. Sedative drug 47. Deep-six 45. Bean counter (acronym) 48. France’s longest river 47. Venetian blind strip 49. Examine financial accounts 50. Calypso offshoot 51. Smartens (up) 51. Young seal 52. Danger 53. Tried by the military 54. Deuce topper 57. Equestrian 55. Mary in the White House 58. Where living organisms exist 56. No life 59. Ascend 60. Put on board, as cargo 61. “Mi chiamano Mimi,” e.g. 62. Trivial 63. Concludes 64. Fungi

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Hemo-what? Low Iron the Cause for Fewer Blood Donations

Iron - it’s in your blood. In your hemoglobin, to be exact. Hemoglobin carries oxygen to your body tissues and gives blood its red color. And not having enough hemoglobin can mean that you can’t donate blood. Fortunately, low hemoglobin, or iron-deficiency, is most often temporary. It is developed when too little iron is absorbed from food to replace iron lost from the body due to heavy menstrual flow, gastrointestinal disease, or surgery. It can also be caused by eating or drinking the wrong combination of foods, beverages, or minerals - for example, the calcium in milk and other dairy products can block iron absorption, so it’s better to drink a glass of orange juice with that hamburger, and have your milk a few hours later. So when you plan to donate at your next area blood drive make sure you have plenty of iron in your system. Eating foods high in iron, like meat, fish, poultry, green leafy vegetables, peas, beans, and whole grain bread, will help you maintain a healthy level of iron. To schedule an appointment to donate, call 605-342-8525 in Rapid City or go online to

This Month in History May 5 - 1818 - German socialist and founder of modern communism, Karl Marx, was born in Treves, Germany. 1821 - Napoleon Bonaparte died on St. Helena. 1847 - The American Medical Association was organized at a meeting in Philadelphia attended by 250 delegates. 1904 - Cy Young pitched the first perfect baseball game. 1961 - Alan Shepard became the first American in space. May 6 - 1527 - The Sack of Rome occurred when German troops killed over 4,000 inhabitants of Rome, imprisoned Pope Clement VII, and looted the city, marking the end of the Renaissance. 1829 - Sigmund Freud was born in Freiberg, Moravia. 1915 - Babe Ruth of the Boston Red Sox hit his first major league home run in a game against the New York Yankees in New York. 1937 - The Hindenburg, a German zeppelin, exploded and burned in Lakehurst, New Jersey. 1954 - Running for the British Amateur Athletic Association in a meet at Oxford University, Roger Bannister broke the four-minute barrier with a time of 3:59.4. May 7 - 399 BC – The Greek philosopher Socrates died. 1789 - The first presidential inaugural ball was held to celebrate the inauguration of George Washington. 1824 - Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony in D Minor was performed for the first time in Vienna, Austria. 1840 - Composer Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky was born in Vatkinsk, Russia. 1915 - A German submarine torpedoed the British passenger liner, “Lusitania,” on its return trip from New York to Liverpool, killing 1,198 people. 1992 - The 27th amendment to the Constitution was ratified, prohibiting Congress from giving itself midterm pay raises. May 8 - 1429 - Joan of Arc liberated Orleans and forced the English to retreat. 1541 - Spanish conquistador Hernando de Soto reached the Mississippi River, becoming one of the first European explorers to see it. 1884 - Harry S. Truman was born in Lamar, Missouri. 1933 - The first police radio system, which connected patrol cars to each other and to headquarters, was installed in Eastchester Township, New York. 1945 - Known as V-E day, the victory in Europe of Allied Forces over the Germans signaled the end of World War II in Europe. 1984 - The Soviet Union announced its boycott of the 1984 Summer Olympic Games to be held in Los Angeles, California.

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Prevention Tips: •Make your home look occupied. •Even if for a short time, lock all doors, windows, garages, etc. •Don’t let mail, papers, etc. build up. FEATURED CRIME: •Arrange for lawn to be mowed while burglary away. Crime Stoppers needs your •Never leave keys in “secret” hiding help in solving a Burglary that places, burglars know where to look. occurred sometime between •Install a burglar alarm system. Elizabeth (Betsy) Jones, CPIW, LUTCF, DAE- Agent Auto-Preferred & SR22’s Home Owners • Renters

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Quick Tips: Travel Tip: To reduce the amount of clothing you need to bring on a trip, try to coordinate your wardrobe around two or three complimentary colors. Even better, choose a couple of neutrals (black, white, gray, or beige) and one or two accent colors. This way, every piece matches every other piece and you can get the most out of a smaller selection of clothing and accessories. Green Living Tip: Did you know that 90 percent of the energy used in washing clothes goes toward heating the water? In fact, about 19 percent of total home energy use goes toward heating water. You can make a big difference for the environment and your pocketbook by washing most of your loads in cold water. Save the hot water cycles for times when you really need it— to kill bacteria on bedding or towels or for heavily soiled items. Food Tip: Can vinegar go bad? While it doesn’t necessarily spoil, it can become tasteless after some time. Once a bottle of vinegar is opened, the essential elements that give it its flavor begin to evaporate. After about six months, the taste is significantly affected and after a year, it is mostly tasteless. To keep the flavor as long as possible, keep vinegar in a cool dark place or in a refrigerator.

Quick Tips: Organizing Tip: While you can read about lots of organizing systems and techniques, it is important to remember that there really is not one right way to organize. It will be different for everyone. But there are a few principles that lead to a good organizational system. You need to create zones for items that are used together. Use containers to control your clutter. But probably most important is to remember that less is best. If you keep these principles in mind, and reevaluate your system as you go along, you will reach your organizational goals. Safety Tip: Use your annual spring cleaning this year to get rid of dangerous clutter around your home. Look at the floor of your home for tripping hazards such as toys, area rugs, and cords. Use bins and baskets to store items out of your walkways. Remove area rugs or firmly attach them to the floor using doublesided tape. Cords should never be run across walkways. Instead run them along baseboards and behind furniture. Healthy Living Tip: According to studies, people who are able to enjoy green spaces outdoors show lower levels of stress than those who are stuck inside each day. In fact, in one study, 71 percent of people who took a walk outdoors reported a lower level of stress after the walk, while 72 percent of those who stayed indoors said they had a higher level of stress. So, if you are having a stressful day the best thing you can do is take some time to get outside and take a walk.

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April 22, 2011 A BOY was born to Suzanne and Seth Clifford of Gillette at 2:28 p.m. The baby weighed 7 lbs. 3.1 ozs. and was 20 inches long. A GIRL was born to Mayeni Garcia and Samuel Garcia-Perez of Gillette at 6 p.m. The baby weighed 6 lbs. 14.4 ozs. and was 20 1⁄4 inches long. April 23, 2011 A GIRL was born to Darcy and Damion Onaindia of Gillette at 4:41 a.m. The baby weighed 6 lbs. 15.3 ozs. and was 18 1⁄2 inches long. April 24, 2011 A GIRL was born to Cassie and Kyle Erickson of Rozet at 2:40 p.m. The baby weighed 7 lbs. 1.3 ozs. and was 19 1⁄2 inches long. April 25, 2011 A GIRL was born to Misty Clough of Gillette at 10:40 p.m. The baby weighed 2 lbs. 9.2 ozs. and was 13 inches long. April 26, 2011 A BOY was born to Erin and Brandon Mitchell of Rozet at 7:03 a.m. The baby weighed 8 lbs. 9.2 ozs. and was 20 1⁄2 inches long. A GIRL was born to Rebecca KuntzMassey and Garett Massey of Gillette at 2:43 p.m. The baby weighed 6 lbs. 10.8 ozs. and was 18 1⁄2 inches long. A BOY was born to Breanna Hansen of Gillette at 2:40 p.m. The baby weighed 8 lbs. 1.7 ozs. and was 19 1⁄2 inches long. April 27, 2011 A GIRL was born to Cherie McCord of Gillette at 12:32 p.m. The baby weighed 7 lbs. 9.3 ozs. and was 19 1⁄2 inches long. A GIRL was born to Taylie and Adam Mattson of Gillette at 3:17 p.m. The baby weighed 6 lbs. 0.9 ozs. and was 19 inches long. April 28, 2011 A GIRL was born to Jody and Garret Stephens of Gillette at 1:23 p.m. The baby weighed 6 lbs. 14.9 ozs. and was 19.5 inches long. A BOY was born to Jenny and Jacob Wipf of Gillette at 8:17 p.m. The baby weighed 8 lbs. 3.9 ozs. and was 20.5 inches long. A GIRL was born to Rachel and Mike Schram of Gillette at 12:05 p.m. The baby weighed 7 lbs. 3.4 ozs. and was 19 inches long.


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Riddles for Kids: Fun in the Mail Q: How is a stamp like a peppermint stick? A: They both should be licked! Q: What travels the world, but stays in one corner? A: A stamp! Q: What do you get when you cross a letter holder with a puppy? A: A mail boxer! Q: What two words have a thousand letters in them? A: Post office! Q: Why did the boy jump up and down on his mail? A: He heard that you had to stamp letters! Q: What do you call it when everybody goes to the Post Office at the same time? A: A stamp-eed! Q: What did the stamp say to the envelope? A: I’m really attached to you! Q: What starts with E, ends with E, and has just one letter in it? A: Envelope! Q: How can you send a turkey through the post office? A: Bird class mail!

This Month in History May 9 - 1671 - Thomas Blood, better known as “Captain Blood,” was captured attempting to steal the Crown Jewels from the Tower of London. 1754 - Benjamin Franklin published the first newspaper cartoon. 1860 - James Barrie, creator of “Peter Pan,” was born in Scotland. 1960 - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the world’s first commercially produced birth-control pill. 1971 - The last episode of “The Honeymooners” aired on television. May 10 - 1865 - President of the fallen Confederate government, Jefferson Davis, was captured with his wife near Irwinville, Georgia, by a detachment of Union General James H. Wilson’s cavalry. 1869 - The first U.S. transcontinental railway was completed as a golden spike was driven into the tracks at Promontory Point, Utah. 1899 - Fred Astaire, actor, dancer, and choreographer, was born in Omaha, Nebraska. 1930 - The first U.S. planetarium opened in Chicago. 1976 - “The Rest of the Story,” a spin-off of Paul Harvey’s popular news and commentary radio program, was aired for the first time. 1994 - Former political prisoner Nelson Mandela was inaugurated as President of South Africa. May 11 - 1812 - British prime minister Spencer Perceval was assassinated by businessman John Bellingham, who was angered by his failure to obtain government compensation for war debts. 1858 - Minnesota became the 32nd U.S. state. 1888 - Songwriter Irving Berlin, composer of “God Bless America” and “White Christmas” among many other songs, was born in Tyumen, Russia. 1910 - Glacier National Park in northwest Montana on the Canadian border was established. 1927 - The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was officially established at a dinner in Hollywood’s Biltmore Hotel. 1981 - Reggae legend Bob Marley died of cancer in Miami Beach, Florida. May 12 - 1820 - Florence Nightingale was born in Florence, Italy. 1847 - Mormon pioneer William Clayton invented the first odometer to measure the distance crossed in a covered wagon. 1907 - American actress Katharine Hepburn was born in Hartford, Connecticut. 1937 - George VI was crowned at Westminster Abbey in London, following the abdication of his brother, Edward VIII. 1949 - The Soviet Union lifted its 11-month blockade against West Berlin.

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Bootlegger’s Grill & Speakeasy A Deluxe Mother’s Day Buffet, 11 a.m.-7p.m.

(Reserve Your Table Today - only $19.99/Adults & $1.99/Kids 12 & Under) Complimentary Carnation for Mom

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The Chophouse Restaurant Extravagant Buffet 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. (Crab Legs, Prime Rib and so much more!) Moms eat FREE • Must Make Reservations!

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Perkins Family Restaurant Open 4:30 a.m. - 10 p.m.

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Open Range Steakhouse Serving 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.

(Mother’s eat for 1/2 Price w/minimum of 1 regular entree) Reservations Recommended 350 Reata Dr. • Wright • (307) 464-6161

Pokey’s BBQ & Smokehouse Serving 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. (Buffet or Regular Menu)

(Reservations Recommended for larger groups)

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Pine Haven Supper Club Serving 5-9 p.m. • Reservations Recommended

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The Prime Rib Restaurant & Wine Cellar Serving 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. (Buffet) (Moms Eat for 1/2 Price! Kids 5 and under eat FREE!)

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STRANGE BUT TRUE By Bill Sones and Rich Sones, Ph.D.

Q. If we don’t exactly see with our eyes, what DO we see with? For an unusual answer, consider Erik W., blind since age 13, who today is an amazing rock climber, plays soccer with his daughter as well as rock-paper-scissors and tic-tac-toe. A. An early victim of retinoschisis, Erik now “sees” via light-triggered electrical pulses delivered to his tongue, using a tool called the BrainPort, says Buddy Levy in “Discover” magazine. “With more tactile nerve endings than any other part of the body except the lips, the tongue can discriminate two points spaced less than a millimeter apart.” In 2001, Erik became the first - and to date the only - blind climber to summit Mount Everest. You have to learn to climb a whole new way, he says; it’s like learning Braille or French for the first time. The BrainPort “gives” Erik’s tongue the world in two dimensions, which he then mentally converts to three dimensions. “Mentally” is the key: We all see fundamentally with our brains as much as with our eyes, and resourceful Erik is anything but brain-blind!

Quotations: Performance Don’t lower your expectations to meet your performance. Raise your level of performance to meet your expectations. Expect the best of yourself, and then do what is necessary to make it a reality. – Ralph Marston The thing about performance, even if it’s only an illusion, is that it is a celebration of the fact that we do contain within ourselves infinite possibilities. – Sydney Smith The value of achievement lies in the achieving. – Albert Einstein When performance exceeds ambition, the overlap is called success. – Cullen Hightower Virtue is more clearly shown in the performance of fine actions than in the nonperformance of base ones. – Aristotle The author himself is the best judge of his own performance; none has so deeply meditated on the subject; none is so sincerely interested in the event. – Edward Gibbon An ounce of performance is worth pounds of promises. – Mae West

Upcoming & Ongoing Events AVA COMMUNITY ART CENTER: Check out the upcoming classes online at or call 682-9133. Life Drawing - Mondays 7-9pm; PreSchool Art - Tuesdays 2-3pm; Grade School Pottery Tuesdays 4-5pm; Grade School Kids Club - Thursdays 4-5pm; Little Tikes - Fridays 10-11am; Homeschool Kids - Fridays 3-4pm. Last chance to register for a booth at The Donkey Creek Festival! Call 682-9133 for more info. AVA has pottery wheels for sale. Call or stop by. UNCORKED: First Friday of Every Month 7 to 9 p.m. Must be 21 years of age to attend this class. Get away one night a month to relax and enjoy an evening creating a canvas painting. AVA will supply the canvas, paint, brushes and corkscrew! You provide your own cocktail. Fee is $35, for more information call AVA, 682-9133. AVA COMMUNITY ART CENTER: Call to Artists - Reminder that entries for AVAs annual Community Show are due May 27. This is a chance for our locally talented artists to show off their work in a gallery setting. Open to anyone in our community. Show runs June 2-24. Artists reception: June 17, 6-8pm. Call 6829133 for more info. Mini Auction date has changed! All pieces due July 1. Show runs July 5-29, Mini Art Auction: July 15, 6-8pm. AVA - Learn How to Complete a Painting in 100 Strokes or Less Join instructor Lois Stephenson in this class that teaches to complete paintings in 100 strokes or less. May 14 & 15, Fee: $200.00. Campbell County Extension Service Pressure Canning: Vicki Hayman is instructor, Sat., May 7, 9:30am-12:30pm. Cost: $12. Min: 5 people at Campbell County Extension - George Amos Memorial Library building at 412 S. Gillette Ave. Water Bath Canning class: 1:30-4:30pm. Cost $12, same location.

Hershey Track and Field Meet Campbell County Parks and Recreation will be holding the 15th Annual Hershey Track and Field Meet on Saturday, June 4. Meet is open to Boys and Girls of ages 9-14. Pre-Registration will be held at Rec. Center or late registration will be held the day of the meet until 9:45 a.m. Meet will start at 10:00 a.m. Please bring a copy of your child’s Birth Certificate to registration. Fee is $3.00. For more information please call Jason at CCPRD at 682-8527. Razor City Splash & Dash Triathlon: Sponsored by Campbell County Rec. Center, Sat., May 7 at C.C. School Aquatic Center, 800 East Warlow. Registration 7-8:15am, beginning at 9am. Individual division & team & corporate division. Fee: Pre-registration $25/Individual or $40/Team of two or $54/Team of three. More info., call Rick at 682-8527. Ladies! Guys! Ladies! Guys! Bachelor & Novelty Bra Auction - Sat., May 21, 7pm at Good Times Lounge, 2701 S. Douglas Hwy. Proceeds benefit the ACS Relay for Life team of Rita’s Rebels sponsored by Wyoming Gutter Service/Tucker Electric. Printing donated by Gillette Printing. Gillette College Artist Reception presented by Cam-Plex Heritage Center - May 5, 5-7pm. Reception is free & open to the public. Exhibit on display May 2-26. Gallery hrs: M-F, 8am-5pm and gallery doors open during Heritage Center events & by special appointment. C.C. Public Library - Artist of the Month - Mae Gill. Closed for Mother’s Day, Sun. May 8. Bill Rossiter to perform “Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?: The Great Depression in Story and Song”: Wed., May 11, 6:30 p.m. in Wyoming Room, Accompanied by banjo, guitar and autoharp.

Your Week - May 4 - 10 • School Events

May 5 - Twin Spruce - 7/8 Girls Soccer @ Casper (Both games 5:30pm); 8 Boys Soccer @ Sheridan, 5:30pm; Sage Valley - A 7 Boys Soccer vs Co-ed @ Newcastle, 4pm; A 7 Girls Soccer @ Douglas @ 4pm; A 8 Girls Soccer @ Buffalo @ 4pm May 6 - CCHS - JV/V Boys Soccer, Cheyenne Central @ Cheyenne, 3/5pm; JV/V Girls Soccer, Cheyenne Central @ Gillette, 4/6pm. May 7 - Twin Spruce - Track 7/8 Jeff Smit @ Sturgis, 8:30am; Track 7/8 Gillette Invite, 8:30am (Sage Valley Host); Sage

Valley - H 6-7-8 Track Meet @ CCHS, SV Host, 8:30am; CCHS - JV/V Girls Soccer, Cheyenne East @ Gillette, 10/12; JV/V Boys Soccer, Cheyenne East @ Cheyenne May 9 - Twin Spruce - 6,7,8 Grade Dance, 7-9pm; 7 Girls Soccer @ Spearfish,6pm; Sage Valley - A 7-8 Boys Soccer @ Spearfish, 8/5pm 7/6:30pm; 7-8-9 MAP Testing thru 5/23 May 10 - Twin Spruce - 7/8 Boys Soccer @ Casper, Both Games @ 5:30pm; Sage Valley - A 8 Girls Soccer @ Buffalo, 4pm

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Quality antique auction - May 7th, Noon at AAA Mini Storage Finest Antique Auction Yet - Full page color ad with photos in this week’s issue - May 4, page 11, of The Advertiser. Go to Site #17137 or 82718 local zip code. step up auction, 307-299-6078. D13-17-1h sTEP uP aucTIOns Free estimates, commercial liquidators, antique and estate specialists. 25+ years experience. “We do all the work.” Call Rick Foutch, 307-299-6078. D13-44-TFNh



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Quality Antique AUCTION

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SATURDAY, May 7 • Noon

AAA Storage Units: Take Douglas Hwy. (59) approx. 2 miles south of Walmart, just past P&H Mine Pro, go right on Mohan, go approx. 1/10th mile to AAA Storage Units, go right into units, follow signs. Please be courteous and do not block passage to units. While there, be sure to visit our friends at Purse-anably Yours, Quality and Unique Designer Purses. Oak Paw Foot w/Leaded Glass

Large Walnut China/ Etrache

Oak Sideboard

Ornately Carved Marble Top

Oak Ice Box

Pressed Front Dresser

Marble Clock/Mantle Set

(3) Wagon Wheels & (2) Buggy Wheels

Hull Vase Also VanBriggle Pottery

(1) of Several Handmade Quilts

Child’s Wagon

(3) Old Kids Sleds

Vaseline Glass

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Depression Glass

Indian Tree Plate

Amethyst Brandy Set

Beautiful Old Frame

Large Oak Secretary Bookcase

Oak Curve Glass w/Lion Heads

Loaded with the finest selection of quality pieces of antique furniture we’ve sold yet in Gillette. Furniture will be selling early in the sale. Many unique antique items, quality, antique glassware, unique collectibles, primitives, buggy and wagon wheels, Hull and VanBriggle pottery, arrowheads, snake skin boots, old books, jewelry, cast iron large urn, framed oil paintings, framed old prints, old trunks, brass bed, old china, Depression glass, old oil lamps and more. Also nice selection of old coins and paper money. (Selling 1st at Noon or approx. 1/2 hour). Storage Wars Eat Your Heart Out! American Pickers Dig Deeper!

Take a look at 150+ Photos at AUCTIONZIP.COM Use local area code 82718 or Auctioneers Site # 17137 Don’t miss this fantastic auction! Due to time factor, the hall we normally use, was not available and this must be conducted at the storage unit facility. Bring your own lawn chair or stool. In case of severe weather, snow or rain, sale may be postponed until following Sunday at 1 p.m. TERMS: 5% Campbell County Tax • Cash or Local Checks w/proper ID. Out of state checks will require extra ID & pre-approval by the auctioneer. Sorry, NO DEBIT or CREDIT CARDS! • No Buyers Premium

STEP UP AUCTIONS • Rick Foutch & Family • (307) 299-6078

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Sale prices are no trade prices. Trades welcome and appraised at actual cash value. All applicable rebates applied. See store for complete details on promotions.

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