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Scout cookie drive underway Girl Scout started It's annual Friday, Oct. 5. As they offer seven including a called Golden Hustlers 2 1990, vic Center. was called to order Ryan the American Pledge pledge was led by Sarah Jay gave 16 members were read the mln- previous meeting, 'gave a report on the Week Window. reported on the Rendevous. told about the tests at the Hu- Yangles. Girls will be taking orders until Oct. 16 with delivery of cookies November I 0-19. Cookies are Weston Christmas fair scheduled Christmas is coming soon. We need to be thinking about Christmas shopping. You can start at the Christmas Fair. Weston County Extension Homemakers are having their annual Christmas Fair on No- vember 3 at the IOOF Hall at Newcastle. The fair will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be many businesses represented with all kinds of sale items. Lunch will be served at noon and a free tea in the afternoon. There will be about 30 door prizes. Plan now to attend the event and get some of your Christmas shopping done. was the election New officers are: tad; vice - Justin Ballou; sec- Parnell; trea- Willey; reporter- historian - Lee Sheila Wood; and - Jerad Ballou. Lacy a motion to keep said and Melissa it. has three new this year, Summer Cody and Amber to change to No- Ballou alotion to keep it No- 5 and Brian Ballou it. Other new busl- . Halloween Carnival. made a motion a booth, Lee Parnell it. The committtee is Kelli Willey, Jerad Stinson Wood. More is the • . Jerad made to have a booth there Wood seconded iL notion to ) the Civic Center use of theCivic Tate Willey sec- Senior Citizens fun festival set in B.F. A senior citizens "Lucky 13th" semi-annual fun and music festival will be held Oct. 14 in Belle Fourche. A roast beef dinner will be held from I I: 15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The Sundance Senior Citizens Band will play from 12:30 to I p.m. and will also participate in the jam session starting at 3:40 p.m. selling for $2.50 per box. With the proceeds from this sale the troops earn money for their activities, the Council provides camps, trainings, programs and activities throughout the year and each cookie seller earns a scholarship to help pay for her summer camp. From making change to ac- quiring self-confidence, Girl Scouts participaUng in the cookie sale learn skills and discover abilities they will use in later life. There are over 5000 Girl Scouts in Wyoming Council, ranging in age from 5-18. Girl Scouts have been selling cookies to support their pro- grams for over 50 years. Sundance Junior troop 989 and Cadette troop #9 are sell- ing presently. OES officers on visit here 122 members and visitors at- tended the Official Visit of Worthy Grand Matron Betty Duncan and Worthy Grand Patron Earl Jones. Order of Eastern Star held on Septem- ber 29, 1990 at the Masonic Hall with Worthy Matron Karen Peterson presiding. Other Wyoming Grand Officers at- tending were Marilynn Mullikin, Associate Grand Matron; Lester Fluckiger, As- sociate Grand Patron; Marceline Cliver, Grand Con- of meeting and the has the announce- Wood adjourned made their own Melissa Parnell Re Duke Big, bold Duke was this mischief make;, From Chipper's ranch way out in Wyoming, And he walked around Just like a big Clydesdale, And everywhere he went he gave his war hoot - N-e-y. Lynea Newcomer, age 9, and Anne Newcomer, 5. VOTE JIM GRIMMETT YOUR SHERIFF MUST BE FAIR! In my experience as a law enforcement officer I have always been known to use good judgment and to treat people fairly. CROOK COUNTY SHERIFF Political Advertisement Paid For By Jim Grimmett ductress; Rebecca Dolling, Grand Treasurer;, Margaret Lee, Grand Secretary; Beulah Chroniger, Grand Ruth; Dena Smith, Grand Martha; Betty Jean Dunbar, Grand Chaplain; Peggy Davis, Grand Warder;, and Leonard Clark, Grand Sentinel. Ann Strasbury, As- sociate Grand Conductress and Jim Parks, Grand Sentinel of South Dakota Grand Chapter were also present. Grand Rep- resentatives to other States and Provinces included Beulah Lanning to New Jersey, Reo Duncan to Quebec, Don Porter to South Dakota, Delores Wright to Colorado, Lola Collins to Indiana, Donna Gersmehl to Maryland and C.W. Loveridge to North Carolina. Balloting and initiation were exemplified. Special music was presented by Chester Hejde, Floyd Carr, Tharon Peterson, Mignon Thorson, Marcie Cliver and Nadine Fidler The special projects of the Worthy Grand Matron and Worthy Grand Patron are Eastern Star Training Awards Religious Leadership (ESTARL). Wyoming OES Cancer Fund, ArthriUs, Benevolent Fund, Our Wonderful World of Youth (scholarships), assisting in the General Grand Chapter Projects. Because of her fourteen grandchildren, Beulah Lanning was honored as special mother in Electa Chapter. The regular meeUng of Electa Chapter No. 50.E.S. was held October 4, 1990 with Karen Peterson, Worthy Matron pre- siding. Since the cost of spices is increasing it was decided to sell the spices on hand and have other money-making projects instead. Lunch was served by Mathilda Grubb and Evelyn HeJde. The next meeting will be held on November I, 1990. Bearlodge Wranglers 4-H Club meets President Carey Pearson called the September 9 Bearlodge Wranglers meeting to order at 2 p.m. at the school. Steve Gels led the American pledge and Luke Hammill led the 4-H pledge. Roll call was your favorite subject in school. Minutes were read by secretary Jennifer Gels and the treasurer's report was read by Clinton Pearson. We discussed old business. President Caret Pearson told us to make sure we had sent out our thank you's. We dis- cussed getting a file cabinet to keep records in. For new business Krista Steele made a motion to take the Wyoming Centennial cup that our club won and use it for the door prize atAchievement Days. Clay Marchant seconded it. We went over the 4-H newspaper. For National 4-H week we are going to call the mini 4-Hers to come to our next meeting and have fun. The committee to take care of this is Jennifer Gets, Carey Pearson and Stacy Ryan. Mandi Mowery made a motion to have the next meeting Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. Steve Gels seconded it. Also we will elect officers. President Carey Pearson ad- journed the meeting and we finished working on our histo- rian books. Mandi Mowery Reporter Local soldier receives medal First Lt. A. Brian Harmsen, an executive officer, has been decorated with the Army Commendation Medal at Fort Richardson, Alaska. The Army Commendation Medal is awarded to those in- dividuals who demonstrate outstanding achievement or meritorious service in the per- formance of their duties on behalf of the Army. Harmsen is the son of Arnold B. and Joyce E. Harmsen of Sundance, Wyo. He is a 1982 graduate of Sundance High School. B & T Bridge Club meets at Worthington home Susan Worthington was hostess Oct. 3 to the regular meeting of the B&T Bridge Club. Guests were MarJorie Goodson and Donna Allen. Jeanne Wyatt was high scorer with Donna Allen second high and Dot Gregson low. Jeanne Wyatt will be hostess to the club meeting Oct. 17. OCTOBER 11, 1990 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 9 ........................... Homestead Agency Call Us for A Quote: Homes - Ranches - Commercial Bonds - Truckers -Logging Janine Clark Knapp Licensed to Serve Crook Cmmty Call 682-5130 and ask for Janlne or Call .... 46_7"5_617, HUI__ ett, _W_yo. _ ............................... Phillis L. Habeck Estate Auction Saturday, October 13, 1990 , Sale Time 11 a.m. LOCATION: 22 miles Nodh of Sund, Wyo. then 112 mile East or 15 Miles South of Hulott Wyo. then 1/2 mill East and road will be marked day of sale. ANTIQUES: A wood rocker; Several pieces of cast iron ware; Box of old records; Many Christmas docorations; 3 lad irons; Several leg catch traps; Grass seeder; 3 gallon coffee tin; 2 weed s/tnes; 2 K:e cream |raeZanlt; 2 cream separatom; Cast iron bell bank; 3 sleigh bells; Whale oil lamp; Blacksmith and misc. old tools; Hall shaving mug; 8 pieces of horse drawn equipment; Several steel implement wheels; Seval cast iron implement seats; Valley storo coffee mill; Handorank Stewed shearing machine; Blacksmith forge; 3 very old china headed dolls; Miniaturo ,'st iron cokstove; Waffle iron and miniature waffle iron; Old pine tea cad; Bat wing chaps; Match book collection; Adveaising memorabilia; Several tea pots; Box of old 25 toys; 50 plus collection of elephants; Lots of pictures and frames; 2 butter molds; Approximately 20 pieoas of carnival and depression glass; 2 qt. sponge ware milk pitcher; 24 Avon bottles; 6 kerosene lamps; 2 treadle sewing machines; Several boxes old and new books; Washboard; Wicker picnic basket; 5 crocks and jugs; Several silver plate items; Glass rolling pin; Full line of stained glass equipment and lots of supplies; Very nice woodbuming cookstove; Several pioces of fancy work and vintage clothing; Beautiful 1840's Top hat with les.ther case; Lots of ocstume Jewelry; 2 sets of harness, neck yokes and single trees. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Picnic table; Misc. lawn and garden tools; 2 refrigerators; 4 small kitchen appliances; Microwave; Lots of Tuoperware and other cookware; Full set of permanent stainless steel oookwam; Floral touch and love seat; Rocker recliner; 19 inch color TV; Coffee table and chairs; 5 pio( bedroom sot; Several electric lamps; Apadmant size gas range; Vacuum cleaner; 3/4 water bed; Several bookc, ases; 30 inch coffee pot; 30 cup smooth top electric range; Whirlpool refrigerator; Misc. bed linens, towels; etc. New Benrus quartz ladies watch. MACHINERY AND MISC. TOOLS: 2 H Farmall tractors, need work; Pickup stockrack; Case manure spreader on rubber; 1963 International B 414 tractor; Model 1100 3 point International mower; 6 ft. 3 10t. Rino did Iu:la; Hammarmill; 2 wheel traler; 2 - 4 wheel hay wagons; Sears self-propelled 3 speed moww; Model 309 a 3 bottom, 3 pt. International plow; t978 GMC 4x4 1/2 ton pickup; 8 It. tandem disc; 1968 Case 800 crawler tractor with angle dozer and rear hydraulic; MO12 Cat road patrol. LUMBER RANCH SUPPLIES AND TOOLS: 7 - 16 ft. cattle panels; 8 portable corral panels; 4 - 5"xl'x22' fir bridge 10m; Approximetely 100 board ft. planed lumber; 200 steal posts; 150 used wood posts; 18 ft. aluminum gate; Skill uw and misc. carpenter tools; Shovels, bars, fencing tolls and misc.; 3 stock saddles; new 124x38 tractor tire; 6 inch endless belt and buzz saw; 300 gallon gas tank; stack of used tin; 2 - 100 lb. propane bottlesl 8'x16' tarp; Chain boom; Wheelbarrow; Electric shock collar for dog; Mercury vapor light; 295 amp NAPA shop welder; Bug light; 3 station gas pumps; 2 - 1000 gallon fuel tanks; 6 inch machine vise; Many small hand toob; New Hueqvarna chainsaw; Small tabiosew Tin: Cash or good check. Lunch will be served. Auc'nONEERS NOTE: The ˘olloctlon of elephants offers many are rare and antique types. Plan to spend this day with us. Clean larger items are welcome. OWNER; Phillis L. Habeck, Estate Phillip W. and David F. Habeek personal representative and guest consignors. Request for Absentee Ballots (w. S. 22-9-101 through 22-9-105) Name (Please Prin0 Residence Address Sureet or Route (COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE) Voter I.D. # Dist. & Prec. Rep. Dcm. Other or Ballot mailed out Ballot returned Social Security Ballot Request for: City or Town 19 ( ) Republican Zip Code County , Wyoming Date of Birth Primary Election, indicate patty affiliation ( ) Democrat ( ) 19 __General Election CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY!!! All Day FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12 * Free Coffee, Cookies or Bars All Day * Free Knife Sharpening Register for $25 Gift Certificate Other Prizes will Also Be Given Store - Wide Specials FOAM ETtJt3 69c SUPER GLUE 69€ MICRO POPCORN 3 FOR 81.00 ALL PLANTERS 20°/0 OFF LEAD 8L49 Lb. 69c FILTERS 99c - was 869.95 849.95 KRAZY GLUE 69c SUPER GLUE REMOVER S9c JACK-O-I.&RrERN SACK 8z.s9 GO, GO, GO BULLDOGS N HARDWARE Sundance Other Date of Election Ballots to be mailed to following address: I hereby state that I am a registered voter and entitled to vote in the election indicated above. Date of Receipt by County Clerk Signature Instructions I. 2. Where to annie for absentee ballot€: County Clerk's Office When'. Anytime during the calendar year in which the election is held, but not on the day of the election. . Your request for an absentee ballot may be made in person, in writing, or by telephone, or if military or overseas citizen, by Federal Post Card Application (H>CA). 4. Return application to the County Clerk's Office promptly. Your ballots must be returned to the County Clerk's Office by 7 p.m. on election day in order to be counted. EVA J. WILLEY Prepared by Secretary of State- 1990 (ELI3.PM3) Crook County Clerk Scout cookie drive underway Girl Scout started It's annual Friday, Oct. 5. As they offer seven including a called Golden Hustlers 2 1990, vic Center. was called to order Ryan the American Pledge pledge was led by Sarah Jay gave 16 members were read the mln- previous meeting, 'gave a report on the Week Window. reported on the Rendevous. told about the tests at the Hu- Yangles. Girls will be taking orders until Oct. 16 with delivery of cookies November I 0-19. Cookies are Weston Christmas fair scheduled Christmas is coming soon. We need to be thinking about Christmas shopping. You can start at the Christmas Fair. Weston County Extension Homemakers are having their annual Christmas Fair on No- vember 3 at the IOOF Hall at Newcastle. The fair will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be many businesses represented with all kinds of sale items. Lunch will be served at noon and a free tea in the afternoon. There will be about 30 door prizes. Plan now to attend the event and get some of your Christmas shopping done. was the election New officers are: tad; vice - Justin Ballou; sec- Parnell; trea- Willey; reporter- historian - Lee Sheila Wood; and - Jerad Ballou. Lacy a motion to keep said and Melissa it. has three new this year, Summer Cody and Amber to change to No- Ballou alotion to keep it No- 5 and Brian Ballou it. Other new busl- . Halloween Carnival. made a motion a booth, Lee Parnell it. The committtee is Kelli Willey, Jerad Stinson Wood. More is the • . Jerad made to have a booth there Wood seconded iL notion to ) the Civic Center use of theCivic Tate Willey sec- Senior Citizens fun festival set in B.F. A senior citizens "Lucky 13th" semi-annual fun and music festival will be held Oct. 14 in Belle Fourche. A roast beef dinner will be held from I I: 15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The Sundance Senior Citizens Band will play from 12:30 to I p.m. and will also participate in the jam session starting at 3:40 p.m. selling for $2.50 per box. With the proceeds from this sale the troops earn money for their activities, the Council provides camps, trainings, programs and activities throughout the year and each cookie seller earns a scholarship to help pay for her summer camp. From making change to ac- quiring self-confidence, Girl Scouts participaUng in the cookie sale learn skills and discover abilities they will use in later life. There are over 5000 Girl Scouts in Wyoming Council, ranging in age from 5-18. Girl Scouts have been selling cookies to support their pro- grams for over 50 years. Sundance Junior troop 989 and Cadette troop #9 are sell- ing presently. OES officers on visit here 122 members and visitors at- tended the Official Visit of Worthy Grand Matron Betty Duncan and Worthy Grand Patron Earl Jones. Order of Eastern Star held on Septem- ber 29, 1990 at the Masonic Hall with Worthy Matron Karen Peterson presiding. Other Wyoming Grand Officers at- tending were Marilynn Mullikin, Associate Grand Matron; Lester Fluckiger, As- sociate Grand Patron; Marceline Cliver, Grand Con- of meeting and the has the announce- Wood adjourned made their own Melissa Parnell Re Duke Big, bold Duke was this mischief make;, From Chipper's ranch way out in Wyoming, And he walked around Just like a big Clydesdale, And everywhere he went he gave his war hoot - N-e-y. Lynea Newcomer, age 9, and Anne Newcomer, 5. VOTE JIM GRIMMETT YOUR SHERIFF MUST BE FAIR! In my experience as a law enforcement officer I have always been known to use good judgment and to treat people fairly. CROOK COUNTY SHERIFF Political Advertisement Paid For By Jim Grimmett ductress; Rebecca Dolling, Grand Treasurer;, Margaret Lee, Grand Secretary; Beulah Chroniger, Grand Ruth; Dena Smith, Grand Martha; Betty Jean Dunbar, Grand Chaplain; Peggy Davis, Grand Warder;, and Leonard Clark, Grand Sentinel. Ann Strasbury, As- sociate Grand Conductress and Jim Parks, Grand Sentinel of South Dakota Grand Chapter were also present. Grand Rep- resentatives to other States and Provinces included Beulah Lanning to New Jersey, Reo Duncan to Quebec, Don Porter to South Dakota, Delores Wright to Colorado, Lola Collins to Indiana, Donna Gersmehl to Maryland and C.W. Loveridge to North Carolina. Balloting and initiation were exemplified. Special music was presented by Chester Hejde, Floyd Carr, Tharon Peterson, Mignon Thorson, Marcie Cliver and Nadine Fidler The special projects of the Worthy Grand Matron and Worthy Grand Patron are Eastern Star Training Awards Religious Leadership (ESTARL). Wyoming OES Cancer Fund, ArthriUs, Benevolent Fund, Our Wonderful World of Youth (scholarships), assisting in the General Grand Chapter Projects. Because of her fourteen grandchildren, Beulah Lanning was honored as special mother in Electa Chapter. The regular meeUng of Electa Chapter No. 50.E.S. was held October 4, 1990 with Karen Peterson, Worthy Matron pre- siding. Since the cost of spices is increasing it was decided to sell the spices on hand and have other money-making projects instead. Lunch was served by Mathilda Grubb and Evelyn HeJde. The next meeting will be held on November I, 1990. Bearlodge Wranglers 4-H Club meets President Carey Pearson called the September 9 Bearlodge Wranglers meeting to order at 2 p.m. at the school. Steve Gels led the American pledge and Luke Hammill led the 4-H pledge. Roll call was your favorite subject in school. Minutes were read by secretary Jennifer Gels and the treasurer's report was read by Clinton Pearson. We discussed old business. President Caret Pearson told us to make sure we had sent out our thank you's. We dis- cussed getting a file cabinet to keep records in. For new business Krista Steele made a motion to take the Wyoming Centennial cup that our club won and use it for the door prize atAchievement Days. Clay Marchant seconded it. We went over the 4-H newspaper. For National 4-H week we are going to call the mini 4-Hers to come to our next meeting and have fun. The committee to take care of this is Jennifer Gets, Carey Pearson and Stacy Ryan. Mandi Mowery made a motion to have the next meeting Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. Steve Gels seconded it. Also we will elect officers. President Carey Pearson ad- journed the meeting and we finished working on our histo- rian books. Mandi Mowery Reporter Local soldier receives medal First Lt. A. Brian Harmsen, an executive officer, has been decorated with the Army Commendation Medal at Fort Richardson, Alaska. The Army Commendation Medal is awarded to those in- dividuals who demonstrate outstanding achievement or meritorious service in the per- formance of their duties on behalf of the Army. Harmsen is the son of Arnold B. and Joyce E. Harmsen of Sundance, Wyo. He is a 1982 graduate of Sundance High School. B & T Bridge Club meets at Worthington home Susan Worthington was hostess Oct. 3 to the regular meeting of the B&T Bridge Club. Guests were MarJorie Goodson and Donna Allen. Jeanne Wyatt was high scorer with Donna Allen second high and Dot Gregson low. Jeanne Wyatt will be hostess to the club meeting Oct. 17. OCTOBER 11, 1990 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 9 ........................... Homestead Agency Call Us for A Quote: Homes - Ranches - Commercial Bonds - Truckers -Logging Janine Clark Knapp Licensed to Serve Crook Cmmty Call 682-5130 and ask for Janlne or Call .... 46_7"5_617, HUI__ ett, _W_yo. _ ............................... Phillis L. Habeck Estate Auction Saturday, October 13, 1990 , Sale Time 11 a.m. LOCATION: 22 miles Nodh of Sund, Wyo. then 112 mile East or 15 Miles South of Hulott Wyo. then 1/2 mill East and road will be marked day of sale. ANTIQUES: A wood rocker; Several pieces of cast iron ware; Box of old records; Many Christmas docorations; 3 lad irons; Several leg catch traps; Grass seeder; 3 gallon coffee tin; 2 weed s/tnes; 2 K:e cream |raeZanlt; 2 cream separatom; Cast iron bell bank; 3 sleigh bells; Whale oil lamp; Blacksmith and misc. old tools; Hall shaving mug; 8 pieces of horse drawn equipment; Several steel implement wheels; Seval cast iron implement seats; Valley storo coffee mill; Handorank Stewed shearing machine; Blacksmith forge; 3 very old china headed dolls; Miniaturo ,'st iron cokstove; Waffle iron and miniature waffle iron; Old pine tea cad; Bat wing chaps; Match book collection; Adveaising memorabilia; Several tea pots; Box of old 25 toys; 50 plus collection of elephants; Lots of pictures and frames; 2 butter molds; Approximately 20 pieoas of carnival and depression glass; 2 qt. sponge ware milk pitcher; 24 Avon bottles; 6 kerosene lamps; 2 treadle sewing machines; Several boxes old and new books; Washboard; Wicker picnic basket; 5 crocks and jugs; Several silver plate items; Glass rolling pin; Full line of stained glass equipment and lots of supplies; Very nice woodbuming cookstove; Several pioces of fancy work and vintage clothing; Beautiful 1840's Top hat with les.ther case; Lots of ocstume Jewelry; 2 sets of harness, neck yokes and single trees. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Picnic table; Misc. lawn and garden tools; 2 refrigerators; 4 small kitchen appliances; Microwave; Lots of Tuoperware and other cookware; Full set of permanent stainless steel oookwam; Floral touch and love seat; Rocker recliner; 19 inch color TV; Coffee table and chairs; 5 pio( bedroom sot; Several electric lamps; Apadmant size gas range; Vacuum cleaner; 3/4 water bed; Several bookc, ases; 30 inch coffee pot; 30 cup smooth top electric range; Whirlpool refrigerator; Misc. bed linens, towels; etc. New Benrus quartz ladies watch. MACHINERY AND MISC. TOOLS: 2 H Farmall tractors, need work; Pickup stockrack; Case manure spreader on rubber; 1963 International B 414 tractor; Model 1100 3 point International mower; 6 ft. 3 10t. Rino did Iu:la; Hammarmill; 2 wheel traler; 2 - 4 wheel hay wagons; Sears self-propelled 3 speed moww; Model 309 a 3 bottom, 3 pt. International plow; t978 GMC 4x4 1/2 ton pickup; 8 It. tandem disc; 1968 Case 800 crawler tractor with angle dozer and rear hydraulic; MO12 Cat road patrol. LUMBER RANCH SUPPLIES AND TOOLS: 7 - 16 ft. cattle panels; 8 portable corral panels; 4 - 5"xl'x22' fir bridge 10m; Approximetely 100 board ft. planed lumber; 200 steal posts; 150 used wood posts; 18 ft. aluminum gate; Skill uw and misc. carpenter tools; Shovels, bars, fencing tolls and misc.; 3 stock saddles; new 124x38 tractor tire; 6 inch endless belt and buzz saw; 300 gallon gas tank; stack of used tin; 2 - 100 lb. propane bottlesl 8'x16' tarp; Chain boom; Wheelbarrow; Electric shock collar for dog; Mercury vapor light; 295 amp NAPA shop welder; Bug light; 3 station gas pumps; 2 - 1000 gallon fuel tanks; 6 inch machine vise; Many small hand toob; New Hueqvarna chainsaw; Small tabiosew Tin: Cash or good check. Lunch will be served. Auc'nONEERS NOTE: The ˘olloctlon of elephants offers many are rare and antique types. Plan to spend this day with us. Clean larger items are welcome. OWNER; Phillis L. Habeck, Estate Phillip W. and David F. Habeek personal representative and guest consignors. Request for Absentee Ballots (w. S. 22-9-101 through 22-9-105) Name (Please Prin0 Residence Address Sureet or Route (COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE) Voter I.D. # Dist. & Prec. Rep. Dcm. Other or Ballot mailed out Ballot returned Social Security Ballot Request for: City or Town 19 ( ) Republican Zip Code County , Wyoming Date of Birth Primary Election, indicate patty affiliation ( ) Democrat ( ) 19 __General Election CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY!!! All Day FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12 * Free Coffee, Cookies or Bars All Day * Free Knife Sharpening Register for $25 Gift Certificate Other Prizes will Also Be Given Store - Wide Specials FOAM ETtJt3 69c SUPER GLUE 69€ MICRO POPCORN 3 FOR 81.00 ALL PLANTERS 20°/0 OFF LEAD 8L49 Lb. 69c FILTERS 99c - was 869.95 849.95 KRAZY GLUE 69c SUPER GLUE REMOVER S9c JACK-O-I.&RrERN SACK 8z.s9 GO, GO, GO BULLDOGS N HARDWARE Sundance Other Date of Election Ballots to be mailed to following address: I hereby state that I am a registered voter and entitled to vote in the election indicated above. Date of Receipt by County Clerk Signature Instructions I. 2. Where to annie for absentee ballot€: County Clerk's Office When'. Anytime during the calendar year in which the election is held, but not on the day of the election. . Your request for an absentee ballot may be made in person, in writing, or by telephone, or if military or overseas citizen, by Federal Post Card Application (H>CA). 4. Return application to the County Clerk's Office promptly. Your ballots must be returned to the County Clerk's Office by 7 p.m. on election day in order to be counted. EVA J. WILLEY Prepared by Secretary of State- 1990 (ELI3.PM3) Crook County Clerk