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Published Weekly - Vol. 36, No. 5 - February 1 - 7, 2012 • www.gilletteadvertiser.com

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LOCATION: Exhibit Hall Bldg. Sheridan Co. Fairgrounds Note: Mrs. Graves has sold her lg. home & moved to be with family in Calif. Almost everything is to be sold - Several very nice items! Like new Tenn. made sofa & love seat w/S.W. design (tan, beige, blue, red, etc. mixed colors); 4 end tables w/lower shelves, coffee & sofa tables all match w/glass inset tops; pine wood table, has storage box w/lid under table top - real unique; lg. wood rocking chair w/arms; Larger Living Room: 3 cush. brown leather sofa & love seat; lg. 3 sect. wood entertainment center w/green SW designs on center doors; rnd. glass table top w/cane base & 4 swivel roller chairs; rnd. brass legged & rimmed end table w/swing-out glass tops; world globe w/wood std.; wood end table w/lower mag. rack & attached lamp; sm. wood stand & lg. wood wastebasket. From Lg. Sun Room: Lg. pinewood rnd. table top, tall pc. w/short drop-leaf sides (would seat 8 people); 6 tall chairs w/ wood backs; metal framed coffee & pr. end tables w/wood tops; wood side table w/wood barrel center in legs; wood tray w/3 rollers; wood bookcases (tall 6 shelf & wide 3 shelf); iron blanket stand, area rugs w/ SW designs & mauve, blue & white colors. Kitchen Area: wood topped table w/leafs; 6 swivel seat armed chairs w/rollers & SW seat & back upholstery; also assorted sm. ele. appliances, canister set, dishes, pots & pans, Sharp Microwave Oven, etc. Office Area: Brother Fax Mach.; office roller chair w/black leather; plus other assorted office supplies & floor mat. Items in 3 Bedrooms: Queen bed w/Tempur-Pedic mattress; lg. 9+ drawer dresser w/fold sided mirror; highboy type 6 drawer chest & night stand w/3 drawers; 4 legged chest w/4 lg. & 2 sm. drawers; pr. 4 legged brass night stands/end tables w/glass tops; dbl. bed w/ bookcase head & 9 drawer chest w/half side mirror; queen bed; wood chest w/2 lg. bottom & 4 sm. side drawers & side door w/shelf; Formal Dining Room: lg. oval/oblong dining table w/lg. leaf & six chairs (2 capt.); lg. china hutch w/4 glass frt. doors, 2 glass shelves - lighted; secretary w/glass frt. hutch top w/3 wood shelves. Hutch Items: collector cup & saucers, 2 cup demotas set w/creamer & sugar, lg. cut glass bowl & cruet w/stopper, collector plates & assorted silver platters, etc. Several Pictures - including Connie Robinson (deer); Joe Ostlind (pen & ink-cabin); Michael Atkinson (water color-team & buckboard w/out rider); (2) lg. numbered Indian prints by William E. Wright; and other neat pictures. Plus - lg. turquoise type stone pc. w/sm. Indian figurines in glass cover by C. Sues from Santa Fe Gallery; pr. table lamps w/plexiglass display centers (now displaying Kachina dolls); bronze "The Bronco Buster" repo of Fredrick Remington; nice Indian blanket & unique sm. Navajo rug; tanned deer hide wall display w/painted Indian & horse figurines; set Wyo. Statute books; assorted boxes hardback & some 1st edition; Fisher sound unit w/pr. lg. speakers; Panasonic comb. radio/tape unit; Bausch & Lomb 200 M 60 MM Telescope w/case & tripod; nice fold-up ping pong table unit; Crossman 760 Pumpmaster BB gun & Rem. Air Master 77 pellet gun w/scope; Pro-Form 325 X & Weslo Treadmills & Body Glide Bike; waders, fishing items, cross country skis. Shop: toolbox w/wrenches & etc.; lg. ele. Sawsall; drop cords; ladders; lawn & garden tools & items; 10 gal. Shop Vac; workhorse saw horse. Note: Mrs. Halene Graves has an awesome variety of useful, some unique, & well kept items selling in this Auction. Items anyone could use & enjoy! Also, a few items for Howard Vos's Estate - a great friend & fellow Auctioneer - selling some nice plaque mounted elk, deer & (1) antelope horns; some great books, and some Silver Dollars. TERMS: Cash or Bankable Check Sale Day! Kobold Auctions - Auctioneer & Staff Phones: (Office) 307-674-6362 (Home) 307-672-3376 (Cell) 307-752-2809 Aunt Bea’s Catering on Premises

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8 oz shredded cheddar 8 oz cream cheese bar 8 oz pepper jack cheese 3 tbsp mayonnaise 1 roasted pepper, diced 1 tbsp cajon creole seasoning all purpose flour buttermilk panko bread crumbs vegetable oil Directions

Refrigerate for about an hour.

• Using three bowls, put the flour in one bowl, buttermilk in another and then Panko breadcrumbs in the third. Take each ball and roll it in the contents of the bowls in that same order as above; set them aside. Cover the bottom of a large skillet with oil.

• Mix all ingredients in a large bowl (except • Fry two to three balls at a flour, buttermilk and time and fry for about one breadcrumbs) until smooth, minute, until golden; drain then roll into small on paper towels. meatball-sized rounds. • Serve this with horseradish dipping sauce or marinara. Submitted by: Pam T., East Hampton, NY (pop. 24,703)

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Don’t Drink & Drive

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Real Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk this Super Bowl weekend. If your Super Bowl game plan includes celebrating with alcohol make sure you have a sober, designated driver in your line-up, if you drink and drive this Super Bowl weekend, chances are you’ll be caught. The Super Bowl is a sports fan’s national holiday and we want everyone to make the right play for the big game.

Keys to the game: If you are hosting a Super Bowl party: • Remember, you can be held liable and prosecuted if someone you served alcohol ends up in an impaired driving crash. • Make sure all of your guests designate sober drivers in advance, or help arrange ride-sharing with other sober drivers. • Serve a lot of food - and include a variety of non-alcoholic beverages at the party. • Stop serving alcohol at the end of the third quarter of the game and begin serving coffee and dessert. • Keep the numbers for local cab companies handy, and take the keys away from anyone who considers driving while impaired.

If you are attending a Super Bowl party away from home: • Avoid drinking too much alcohol too fast. Pace yourself—eat enough food, take breaks and alternate with non-alcoholic drinks. • Designate your sober driver before the party begins and give that person your car keys. • If you don’t have a designated driver, ask a sober friend for a ride home; call a cab, friend or family member to come and get you; or just stay where you are and sleep it off until you are sober. • Never let a friend leave your sight if you think they are about to drive while impaired. Remember, Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk. • Always buckle up - it’s still your best defense against other impaired drivers.

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Consignment Auction Saturday, February 4 • 10:00 A.M.

2904 Conestoga Drive, Gillette, WY (Down from Harley Davidson) Antiques & Vintage Items: PhilCo Radio, Collector/vintage tins, American family scale, Wildlife Conservation 3cent tin stamp, thimble collection, dolls, cookie cutters, Lithographs and prints, reel to reel music, sausage press, fruit press, lead crystal items, enamelware, Dutch oven, vintage pictures and frames, milk cans, jars, green mason jars, American Idol coke bottle, Olds LP collection, 1940s ball game, rug beaters, WWI/II trench art Sporting Goods: vintage baseball gloves, hand bullet press, pocket knives, traps, reloading supplies, 10x totescope/15X sportscope, scopes – Tasco, Bushnell, Weaver, Bausch & Lomb, Townsend fish skinner Kitchen Items: meat slicer, flatware, glassware, glass condiment center, Chef’s patterned dishes, wood salad bowl, flour sifters, brass ware, cast iron skillets, Riviera pitchers Western Memorabilia: buffalo skulls, Redskin brand spittoon, chaps, cowboy boots, hand tooled gun belt, US Cavalry Saddlebags, US Cavalry spurs, loose horse bits, display of bits, harness & haines, Black powder pistol Ranch Items: vintage hay scythe, hay hooks, livestock/vet supplies Antique Publications: Mechanix Illustrated “1945”, “Transferring Bees to Modern Hives” 1926; Scrapbook Diamond Jubilee 1891-1966 Gillette, WY, Natural School Geography, 1932 News Record issues, Portfolio of Six Western Prints by Frederick Remington, The Life and Work of Hired Man Ben from Capper’s Weekly

Many more newer and vintage items! Preview items at 2904 Conestoga Drive 9-6 daily.

Terms: Cash or Bankable Check * Credit Cards Accepted* Not Responsible for Accidents * Sales Tax Collected * All Items Sold As Is / Where Is Without Guarantees or Warranties * Lunch Available * We Reserve the Right to Refuse to Service, Some items may have reserves.

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Fun with Cryptograms

What is a cryptogram? It is simply a puzzle based on a code--one that you must break to solve the puzzle. It is a phrase or quote where each letter has had another letter substituted for it. For example, in a particular phrase, every “a” may be changed to an “x” and every “z” may be substituted by an “m.” Every letter in the phrase is changed and a different code is used for each individual cryptogram. To illustrate, look at the simple letter substitution in the following cryptogram: Puzzle: EZRW RW VF GSVTNCG XH V YDLNEXJDVT. Solution: THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF A CRYPTOGRAM. In this example, every “w” represents the letter “s,” every “e” represents the letter “t,” and so on. Letters are never substituted with themselves. You solve a cryptogram with a trial and error process, guessing the letters as you go. And as with most puzzles, practice makes perfect! -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------“OZ GPTYOUMSZ MLZ’U ESN VTYE FST EOKG YSVVMUUGP US VGVSQF, SQ GKGZ ESN VTYE FST RZSN. MU’L JGMZI OJXG US PMHHGQGZUMOUG JGUNGGZ NEOU FST RZSN OZP NEOU FST PSZ’U.” -- OZOUSXG HQOZYG Hint: P=D -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Solution: “An education isn’t how much you have committed to memory, or even how much you know. It’s being able to differentiate between what you know and what you don’t.” -- Anatole France


The Advertiser - February 1, 2012

6 Ways to Pamper Pets

Pets are an important component of a household. The American Veterinary Medical Association estimates that 63 percent of all households in the United States feature one pet or more. Today’s pets are genuine members of the family, and pet parents want to do as much as they can to pamper their cats, dogs, birds, and small mammals. Dogs, cats and other pets are acquired through a number of methods. Statistics indicate that most pets come to families from friends or acquaintances for free or low cost. According to the National Council on Pet Population Study and Policy, 10 to 20 percent of cats and dogs are adopted, while only 2 to 10 percent of animals are purchased from a pet store. Individuals who want to go above and beyond in their treatment of pets frequently push pampering to the limits. Some people treat dogs and cats as if they were children, with all of the same benefits. Thousands of dollars a year may be spent being sure these animals live the high life. Whether this has any benefit on the animals’ well-being is debatable; the fact remains that individuals spend quite a few dollars caring for their pets. Those who want to take pampering to new levels can consider these ideas. 1. Pet treats: While the occasional catnip or dog bone is a nice idea, there are entire bakeries designated to whipping up gourmet delights for pets. Many feature organically grown food items that are humangrade. Cakes, cookies and the like can be purchased that fit with the specific diet and tastes of the pampered pet. 2. Doggie daycare: Why leave the pooch home alone when he or she can hang out with other tail-wagging friends? There are a number of businesses that now cater to the canines and offer fun activities and socialization for dogs who would otherwise be latch-key pups. Some daycare centers offer accommodations that mimic home, such as cozy couches and quiet corners in which to curl up. Furthermore, they enable dogs to catch up with their friends, a necessity when Mom or Dad won’t let them log onto Facebook. 3. Home away from home: Instead of sending pets to a boarder when individuals are on vacation, people are choosing to

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Sharing Hometown Recipes, Cooking Tips and Coupons By Janet Tharpe

‘Win or Lose’ Chili Scores Big on Gameday “Everyone is a winner when they sit down with a bowl of Big Bill’s ‘Win or Lose’ Chili!”

Some hugs and other affection may be the only thing pets need to feel pampered. But most people go above and beyond that.

take pets along. Road and Travel magazine has reported that many pet parents — approximately 78 percent of them — often take to the roads or the skies with their pets in tow. There are many pet-friendly accommodations, and travelers have been known to compare amenities and regulations when choosing a hotel/motel for their trips. 4. Pet birthday parties: One in four pet parents in the U.S. have admitted to celebrating their pets’ birthdays, according to Best Friends Pet Care. Some go as far as hosting a birthday party in honor of the birthday pup or kitty. Some pet sitters and daycare centers actually will host pet parties where other animals can be invited to celebrate. Pet parties are growing in popularity and can be quite lucrative considering the millions of pets currently in the country. 5. Spa treatment: From lapping in a heated pet pool to receiving a massage, some pet owners treat their favorite friends to relaxation treatments. Gone are the days of a simple bath and haircut at the local groomer. Today’s dogs and cats can receive massages, aromatherapy and acupuncture while enjoying additional resort-like amenities. 6. Spending time: Of course, one of the easiest ways to pamper a pet is simply to spend time and devote attention to the animal. After all, most animals are content with some love and affection from their owners.

Bill Wentz Virginia Beach, VA pop. 454,250

Bill Wentz

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ust in time for playoffs, “Big Bill” Wentz from Virginia Beach, VA scores a serious touchdown with his varsity-level chili recipe. Chock full of sauteed beef, tons of veggies and an all-star spice mix with a kick, you’ll win big among friends and family with this fantastic recipe! Serve with cornbread and a mix of favorite toppings and get ready to do your victory dance! See step-by-step photos of Bill Wentz’s recipe and thousands more from other home cooks at: www.justapinch.com/bigbillchili You’ll also find a meal planner and coupons for the recipe ingredients. Enjoy and remember, use “just a pinch”...

Big Bill’s ‘Win or Lose’ Chili What You Need

- Janet

Directions

3 lb 80/20 ground chuck • In a large pot heat vegetable 3 tbsp vegetable oil oil and brown beef. Drain fat 1 lg onion chopped and diced and add onion, jalapeno, green 1 lg jalapeno seeded and chopped pepper and canned chilis. Cook 1 md green bell pepper seeded and over med heat until onions are chopped soft. Add garlic, chili powder, 1 sm can chopped green chilis cumin, sugar, thyme, cayenne, 4 tsp minced garlic oregano and black pepper, 4 tbsp chili powder stirring often for 15 minutes. 2 tbsp chipotle chili powder • Add beef broth, pinto beans, 3 tbsp ground cumin diced tomatoes, tomato sauce, 1 tbsp sugar tomato paste and cider vinegar; 1 tsp dried thyme mix well. Reduce heat and let 2 tsp cayenne simmer at least 3 hours. Ten 1 tsp dried oregano minutes before serving combine 1 tsp black pepper cornmeal and about two tbsps 3 c beef broth warm water until slight paste 2 cans pinto beans (15 oz) rinsed forms. Stir thoroughly into chili. and drained 2 cans diced tomatoes (14.5 oz) w/ Top with favorite toppings like sour cream, shredded cheddar juice cheese and fresh or pickled 1 can tomato paste (6 oz) jalapenos. 1 sm can of ro-tel tomato sauce 1 tbsp cider vinegar 2 tbsp cornmeal Submitted by: Bill Wentz, Virginia Beach, VA (pop. 454,250)

www.justapinch.com/bigbillchili


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CLASSIFIED ADS

WE LET YOU CHOOSE YOUR OPTIONS NOW WE’RE MAKING IT EASIER TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD. ADDED VALUE AND SOME OF GILLETTE’S LOWEST CLASSIFIED RATES MAKE US YOUR BEST CHOICE FOR SELLING YOUR ITEMS. All Classified ads include first 15 words for $4. Additional words are 10¢ each. All charges are weekly.

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HEALTH

CARE

A LISTING OF PROFESSIONAL AREA HEALTH CARE SPECIALISTS

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The Advertiser recommends that you investigate every phase of investment opportunities. We suggest you consult your own attorney and ask for a free pamphlet or free further information from the company making the offer before investing any money. Or you may contact the Attorney General’s Office, 123 Capitol Building, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002. 307-777-7841.

TRANSPORTATION

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PARTS & ACCESSORIES

Transmissions, Transfers, Rear Ends, More. Rebuilt/Used. Nationwide Parts Locating. Auto Repair. 660-3738. A9-39-TFNc

REAL ESTATE B2

MOBILE HOMES

We’re selling homes. Want yours sold? Call us! Shelter West. 686-9301. B2-05-1c Just in time for your Valentine! Stunning 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Exceptional park close to town. All upgraded appliances. If you pay $250 rent, own for less. Shelter West, 686-9301. B2-05-1c Be a wise investor! Use your refund to create a home for your family. Cute beginner needs family. Washer, dryer, stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, large lot. If you pay $164 rent, own for less. Shelter West, 686-9301. B2-05-1c Easy living! Lot’sa parking! Acreage surrounds newer country home. Low utilities, low lot rent. Perfect family home comes with all appliances. If you pay $185 rent, own for less. Shelter West, 686-9301. B2-05-1c Surprise your valentine! Provide her with her own beautiful home. Room for large dogs, new shed, amazing unique kitchen. All appliances, new carpeting, many upgrades throughout, 3 bedroom, 2 bath. If you pay $245 rent, own for less. Shelter West, 686-9301. B2-05-1c Country! Newer home on huge lot. All appliances, king-sized master bedroom. Sunny front kitchen. If you pay $190 rent, own for less. Shelter West, 686-9301. B2-05-1c Wright! 3 bedroom, appliances. Country. If you pay $150 rent, own for less. Shelter West, 686-9301. B2-05-1c

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MERCHANDISE D2 HOME APPLIANCES Will Haul Away Used Washers & Dryers at my expense. Call 680-8736. D2-26-TFN

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MISC. MERCHANDISE

Tuxes For Rent. Wedding Gown Sale. Men’s Ties, Party Dresses, Gown Sale, Quilts For Sale, Poodle Skirts, along with old jewelry, handmade kitchen towels, AVON bottles, milk bottles, old pottery, dishes, and more. 682-9296. D12-47-TFNh

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AuCTIONS

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

EMPLOYMENT E2

HELP wANTED

Driver Needed - CDL Required. Competitive Wage. Clean Driving Record. Apply in person at 900 E. Lincoln. E2-02-5c

SERVICES \ F6

CONSTRuCTION

Call Wyoming Gutter Service at 682-6607 to meet your residential and commercial rain gutter needs. Variety of colors available, 5 inch aluminum & 6 inch steel, seamless Free estimates. Excellent workmanship, guaranteed and reliable. F6-27-TFNc Place your classified ad here for results. Only $4 for the first fifteen words, 10¢ per word thereafter. Stop by The Advertiser at 105 E. 5th Street or give us a call at 686-6123. JoAnn Eddy’s Bridal Boutique 1007 CHICKASAW - GILLETTE, WY 82716 (CORNER OF 4510 WIGWAM) We Create Weddings BUY OR RENT BRIDAL GOWNS ★ Veils ★ Hats Bridesmaid Dresses Flower Girl Dresses Mother’s Dresses SLIPS •CANDELABRAS Prom & Pageant Call for appointment TUX RENTALS

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Big R Gutters, 6 inch seamless gutters, windows, siding & repair, interior exterior decor. Give your home a face-lift. Add value to your home investment. Will be happy to help with your home improvement needs. Licensed, insured, bonded. Insurance claims welcomed. Free Estimates, Office 307-670-8855. Cell 307-622-2314. F6-47-15p

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MISC. SERVICES

TUrNINg AgE 65? Call Carol Maras, 686-0639. Senior Specialist. New individual dental options. All ages. F7-05-5p

ANNOuNCEMENTS

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PuBLIC NOTICES

Inventions Day - The final FREE Rocipile Museum Family Day event will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Feb. 11. In honor of National Inventors Day in America, the museum staff invites all young inventors to join us for a morning of science and fun. This event is open to interested children age preschool to 12 years old and their parents or grandparents. Space is limited to 50 young inventors and reservations are required. All museum family day events require children to be accompanied by an adult. Call today to reserve your spot, 6825723. G4-05-2h The Campbell County Recreation Center will be offering Junior Racquetball lessons beginning Thurs., Feb. 2. Junior racquetball is an opportunity for junior players of all abilities to improve their game, develop their skills & meet other junior players for ongoing play. Whether you’ve played before or never picked up a racquet, junior racquetball will teach basic racquetball techniques & strategy, while having fun. Held on Thursdays from 6-7 p.m. for ages 7-12 & 7-8 p.m. for ages 13-17. Fee: $20 per session & there must be at least 4 signed up for the class to be held. More info., call Rick, 682-8527. G4-05-1h Prairie Pens, Adult Writers Group, 4th Saturday Each Month at Westwood High School, 6th & Rohan, at 9 a.m. Call Midge at 682-3488 for more info. G4-06-TFNh Women’s Resource Center - 706 W. 8th St. - Open Tues., Wed. & Thurs., 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Website: www.WyWeCare.com. Phone: 685-2211.G4-06-TFNh

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Alcoholics Anonymous - is as near as your phone. Hotline number is 686-6107. G4-TFNh

The Campbell County Rec. Center is offering Spring Recreational Indoor Soccer for all youth 4 yrs. of age through 6th grade. Five separate divisions are offered: Pre-Kindergarten (Coed), Kindergarten (Coed), 1st & 2nd Grade (Boys & Girls), 3rd & 4th grade (Boys & Girls), and 5th & 6th grade (Coed). Registration begins Wed., Feb. 1 & continues through Sun., March 18. Registration forms are available at the Rec. Center or on-line at www.ccprd.com. Youth must be 4 yrs. old by March 31, 2012 to participate. The fee is $25. Volunteer coaches are needed for this program. For more info., contact Margo, 682-8527. G4-05-TFNh Overeaters Anonymous Open Meeting/Non-Smoking. Mondays, 7 p.m. Jacobs Touch Cabinetry, 1302 Butcher Court (behind Thar’s Feed and Ranch Store). Contact: 689-0666 or 686-6096. G4-06-TFNh If you have information about any serious crime such as robbery, burglary or vandalism, you may earn a reward of up to $1,000. Call Crime Stoppers anytime at 686-0400. You can remain anonymous! G4-06-TFN Living With Osteoarthritis? Today, more than 10 million Americans suffer from osteoarthritis of the knee, making it the most common form of arthritis in the U.S. What are frequent causes of this type of arthritis, and what can you do to protect your knees, reduce the symptoms, and support your doctor’s treatment? With advice from some of the world’s leading knee specialists, the American Arthritis Society has compiled in its publication ARTHRITIS INFO useful and practical tips for selfcare. Each tip is interesting and easy to follow. For a free sample issue of ARTHRITIS INFO, write to: American Arthritis Society, P.O. Box 271010, Minneapolis, MN 55427 (please include a loose 44 cent stamp for return postage. Thank You). G4-06-TFNh Veteran’s Outreach & Advocacy Program - Available to all OIF/ OEF veterans & immediate families. Northeast Region, call 307-630-3230. G4-06-TFNh Immunization Clinics - CC Public Health - Every Wednesday 8-11:30 a.m. & first Wednesday of each month, 4-7 p.m. Campbell County Health Department. Phone 682-7275. TFNc Did you know - sometime this week you can save someone’s life? You can, by donating blood. Call United Blood Services at 800-834-8525 in Rapid City. G4-41-TFNh

Highland Property Management Antelope Ridge, Elm Court, and Winridge Apartments have affordable, luxury, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments for rent with all major appliances, including air conditioners, washers & dryers. Stop in our office at 826 N. Gurley Ave. or Call Nancy or Konnie today! 307-685-8066


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