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Weekly issue March 23-29, 2011

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  • Published Weekly - Vol. 34, No. 12 - March 23-29, 2011 www.gilletteadvertiser.com FREE Take One!

    IN THIS ISSUE:

    Send in your favorite recipes that you would like to share and we will feature them weekly in our Community Chef .

    Share your favorite

    Community Chef

    recipes

    c/o: The AdvertiserPO Box 1900 Gillette, WY 82717

    Or email them to: advmanager@collinscom.net.Please put Community Chef in the Subject line

    All recipe submissions must have a name and phone number.

    Mail your recipes to:

  • Page 2 The Advertiser - March 23-29, 2011

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    NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSEDNO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED

    All homes come with full kitchen appliance packages along with furnaces and central air units

    installed.

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    utilities connected.

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  • The Advertiser - March 23-29, 2011 Page 3

    Campbell County Senior Citizen Center

    701 Stocktrail Avenue Gillette, Wyoming 307-686-0804*Suggested Senior Donation - $3.50 Non-Senior Price - $7.00

    Wed., March 23 Thurs., March 24 Fri., March 25 Mon., March 28 Tues., March 29Broccoli Cheese

    Soup Tuna Salad Sandwich

    Sun ChipsFresh Banana

    Snickerdoodle Cookie

    City of Gillette sponsored Dinner

    Chicken Cordon Bleu Hash Brown CakeCandied CarrotsAll Veggie Salad

    Dinner RollOreo Cream Bar

    Salisbury SteakMashed Potatoes

    Pea SaladCountry Biscuit w/

    HoneyChocolate Cake

    Fiesta ChickenSpanish Rice

    Steamed VeggiesZesty CornbreadGrape Salad

    Chicken Fried SteakPotatoes & Gravy

    ColeslawDinner Roll

    Chocolate Parfait

    Your PlateSenior Center

    menufor the week provided by:

    COMPLETE WELL SERVICINGROD & TUBING

    WORKOVER & COMPLETIONSREVERSE CIRCULATING & DRILLING CASE PULLING

    Carroll Hinsdale, General Manager

    (307) 682-1126

    This Month in HistoryMarch 18 - 1931 - The first electric razor was marketed by Schick, Inc.1965 - Soviet cosmonaut Colonel Leonov stepped out of the Voskhod 2 capsule for 20 minutes in a special space suit, making him the first man to leave a spaceship in space.1995 - Basketball player Michael Jordan announced that he was returning to professional play after a 17-month break.March 19 - 1848 - Wyatt Earp, a legendary figure of the Old West best known for the gunfight at the OK Corral in 1881, was born in Monmouth, Illinois.1918 - An act of the U.S. Congress established time zones and Daylight Saving Time in the United States.2003 - U.S. and British forces began air strikes against the regime of Saddam Hussein in Iraq in an operation dubbed Iraqi Freedom.March 20 - 1928 - Fred McFeely Rogers, known to millions of children through his television show Mister Rogers Neighborhood, was born in LaTrobe, Pennsylvania.1995 - A nerve-gas attack on the Tokyo subway system during rush hour, attributed to a Japanese religious sect, killed twelve people and injured over 5,000 others.March 21 - 1617 - Pocahontas, female Indian leader of the union of Algonkin nations, and later Indian ambassador to England, died in Kent, England.1685 - Johann Sebastian Bach, organist and composer, was born in Eisenach, Germany.1965 - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. led over 3,000 civil rights demonstrators on a four-day march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, to demand federal protection of voting rights.1999 - Bertrand Piccard, a Swiss psychiatrist, and Brian Jones, his British copilot, landed in Egypt after having flown 29,056 miles in the first nonstop trip around the world in a hot-air balloon. The trip took 19 days, 21 hours, and 55 minutes.March 22 - 1893 - The first womens collegiate basketball game was played at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts.1960 - Arthur Schawlow and Charles Townes were granted the patent for a laser (light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation).March 23 - 1904 - Actress Joan Crawford was born Lucille Fay LeSueur in San Antonio, Texas.1983 - Barney Clark, first artificial heart recipient, died after living almost 112 days after his implantation surgery.

    YEAR ROUND BROWN

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    Obstetrics & GynecOlOGy

    AssOciAtes in wOmen's heAlth, p.c.Donald w. parker, m.D., F.A.c.O.G.michael l. Jones, m.D., F.A.c.O.G.new pAtients welcOmeSpecializing in complete women's healthcare, including normal and high risk pregnancies, 3-4D Ultrasound, infertility & gynecologic surgery. Expertise with out-patient hysterectomy.

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    heAlth servicesBirth Control Pap Smears STD Testing & Treatment Emergency Contraception Pregnancy Tests Breast Exams Rapid HIV TestingFees on sliding scale Low Cost Confidential Services We file insurance

    1304 W. 4th Street, Gillette, WY 82716 307-682-8110

    DAviD A. beck, m.D.wOmen's heAlthcAre, p.c. Specializing in complete women's healthcare including normal & complicated pregnancies, infertility & gynecological surgery. Expertise with hysteroscopic abalation & vaginal tape procedure for incontinence.

    1402 W. 4th St. Gillette, WY 307-682-2233new pAtients welcOme!

    FAmily prActicethOmAs t. AnDrew, m.D.heritAGe heAlth cAre centerFamily Practice, providing patient care for the whole family. Asthma & allergy testing & treatment for all allergies for the whole family. Hormone Replacement Therapy for women and men.

    201 W. Lakeway Rd., Ste.300 (In the Lakeway Professional Center) (307) 682-4551new pAtients welcOme!

    FAmily meDicAl cAre, llcGarry G. Becker, MD; Timothy P. Hallinan, MD;Laura A. Anders, MDCraig W. McCarty, MDBreck I. McCarty, MD (All Are Board Certified Family Physicians)(Always a Physician on Call Weekends & Holidays)Offering OB & Newborn Care...Healthcare for All Ages...Wellness Physicals...Women's Health...Injuries...Minor Office Surgeries

    709 W. 8th St., Ste. 4 Gillette, WY 682-3333

    OrAl/mAxillOFAciAl surGeOnsJOhn k. nAuGle, A.A.O.m.s., A.b.O.m.s.Practice limited to oral and maxillofacial surgery. In Gillette Tuesday & Thursday.805 4-J Rd., Suite A 307-686-3147 Toll Free: 800-870-9081

    urOlOGycentrAl wy urOlOGicAl AssOc.G. David Munday, M.D. James B. Haden, M.D.Now offering appointments for Wednesday clinic in Gillette.

    3100 W. Lakeway, Ste. 1 1-800-427-3048

    HEALTHCAREA LISTING OF PROFESSIONAL AREA HEALTH CARE SPECIALISTS

  • Page 4 The Advertiser - March 23-29, 2011

    Across

    1. French wine region6. A rounded

    earthenware pot (pl.)

    11. Toward the side the wind is blowing

    13. Edited out from a broadcast

    15. Earache16. Perfectly 17. Nod, maybe18. Paint removal tool 20. A rat!21. Cheese on crackers23. Canton neighbor24. ___ bitten, twice

    shy25. Fiddler on the

    Roof role27. Free from, with

    of28. Hands, in slang29. Discharged from

    the body 31. Nonmalignant

    growth 32. Coat33. Figureheads place34. A village in

    Argyll and Brute, Scotland

    36. Photo shot very near the subject

    39. Fresh from the shower

    40. Former French coin

    41. Little people43. Cart44. Parallelogram, e.g.

    diamond 46. Onion relative47. Crumb48. Mediterranean

    evergreen tree whose bark is commercially stripped

    50. ___ fallen ...51. Style of writing

    with letters joined together

    53. Babe55. Hurt56. Poet who laments

    the dead 57. More artful58. Watery mud and

    snow

    Down

    1. Many a Floridian2. The direction a ship

    is moving 3. Hooter4. Badgers5. All My Children

    vixen6. Ancient7. Bad look8. Grassland9. Galore10. Culls11. A hall near a hotel

    entrance 12. Wine-colored (2

    wds) 13. A two-legged

    support 14. Enbankment to

    prevent floods (var. sp., pl.)

    19. Bone-dry22. God, with the24. A hole drilled to

    find petroleum 26. ___ flu28. Bullwinkle, e.g.30. Atlanta-based

    station31. Ace33. Feathery 34. A call to arms (pl.) 35. On the fence36. Prepare37. Inflammation of

    the eye 38. Fractious 39. A type of candy

    (British, abbrev., pl.)

    40. Bit42. ___ shooting44. Vagabond45. Sobs loudly 48. Commend49. Fall (over)52. Mr., abroad54. I problem

    Advertising Manager

    Kathy Berman ..............................Ext. 106

    Production

    Dawn Sommer ............................Ext. 107

    Account Representatives

    Megon Cheser .............................Ext. 103

    Billing Questions

    Dawn Sommer ............................Ext. 105

    Delivery/Circulation ..............682-9306 Ext. 225

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