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!age 6. Thursday, October 17, 2002 CROOK COUNTY BALLOT PROPO- SITION8 NOTICE 2% LODGING TAX Notice is hereby given of an election by the qualified electors whether or not to continue to impose a 2% lodg- ing tax upon the sales price paid for lodging sen/lees within the county pur,,ant to Wyoming Statutes 39-15- 204 (a) (ii) for the primary purpose of local travel and tourism promotion. Election shall be conducted on No- vember 5, 2002. Connie D. Tschetter Crook County Clerk Publish: October 10, 17, 24 and 31, 2002 mmm STATE OF WYOMING COUNTY OF CROOK IN THE DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF TED MdNERNEY Deceased. Probate No. 5210 NOTICE OF PROBATE TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 24 t" day of September, 2002, the Last Will and Testament of said decedent was admitted to probate by the above named Court and that Paula Mclnerney Hall was appointed Per- sonal Representative thereof. Any action to set aside said Will must be filed in said Court within three months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said decedent or to said Estate are requested to make imme- diate payment to the undersigned c/o The Law Office of Lubnau, Bailey & Dumbrill, P.C., 300 S. Gillette Ave. - Suite 2000, P.O. Box 1028, Gillette, Wyoming, 82717-1028. Creditors having claims against said decedent or the estate are required to file them with the necessary vouch- ers, in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the Sixth Judicial Dis- trict, Crook County, Wyoming, and on or before three months after the date of the first publication of this notice, and if such claims are not so filed, unless otherwise allowed or paid, they will be forever barred. DATED this 24 th day of September, 2002. Paula Mclnemey Hall Personal Representative Publish: October 3, 10 and 17, 2002 mmm WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION CHEYENNE, WYOMING NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE OF AND FINAl SETTLEMENT FOR HIGHWAY WORK Notice is hereby given that the State ;Transportation Commission of Wyo- ;ming has accepted as completed ac- '.cording to plans, specifications and :rules governing the same work per- formed under that certain contract :dated, July 25% 2002, between the ;State of Wyoming, acting through said :Commission, ahd Cundy Asphalt ;Paving & Construction, Inc., the Con- 3?actor, on Highway Project Number [STP-W113-O0{002) consisting of re- .construction includina qrading, draining, glscina crushed base and bituminous oavement surfacina, and miscellaneous work and the Con- ;tactor is entitled to final settlement terefore; that the Director of the De- ipartment of Transportation will cause isaid Contractor to be paid the full mount due him under said contract tin November 20. 2002. iThe date of the first publication of this inotice is October 10. 2002. STATE TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION OF WYOMING By: Christy Stone Federal Aid Supervisor Budget Program Publish: October 10, 17 and 24, 2002 Bmm Off All Windshields + PLUS + W Of Your Deductible! Any Make & Model. STATE OF WYOMING COUNTY OF CROOK IN THE DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Probate No. 5207 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF : ANNIE WlLLA CORTELL IRWIN : a/ida WILLA C. IRWIN, - Deceased i NOTICEOFAPPMCATION FOR :COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION . OF REAL PROPERTY (Wyoming Statute 2.1.205) ]OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all per- ;sons that an application has been ed in the District Court named above for the Collection and Distribution of e following real property by LESLIE B,. IRWIN, RAYMOND R. IRWIN, "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times ROBERTA M. TRENHOLM, JAMES E. IRWIN, CHARLES W. IRWIN, and CECIL DUANE IRWIN, as the sole heirs of ANNIE WILLA CORTELL IRWIN, a/Ida WILLA C. IRWIN, de- ceased, to wit: An undivided one-twentyfourth in- terest of all oil, gas, and other min- erals located in and under the fol- lowing described lands, located in Crook County, Wyoming, to-wit: Township 53 North. Range 68 West of the 6th P.M., Crook County, WY Section 24: W1/2SE1/4, $1/2SW1/4. Section 25: W1/2NEl/4, NWl/4SEI/4, SEI/4NWl/4, N1/2SW1/4. Section 26: SEI/4NWl/4, NEI/4SWl/4, N1/2SE1/4. Any persons having objections to said application should file the same with the District Court, Crook County, Wyoming on or before November 8, 2002, failing in which your claim or objection may be forever barred. DATED this 2 day of October, 2002. CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT Darice Hodge, Deputy Publish: October 10 and 17, 2002 mmm WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION LEGAL NOTICE INVITATION TO BID The Wyoming Department of Trans- portation will receive sealed bids in the Office of the Purchasing Manager, 5300 Bishop Blvd., Building No. 6189, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82009-3340, until 11:00 A.M., November 5, 2002, at which time they will be publicly opened and read FOR FURNISHING JANITORIAL MAINTENANCE AT THE NEWCASTLE OFFICE BUILDING. A MANDATORY Pre-bid inspection will be held at 11:00 A.M., Monday, Octo- ber 28, 2002, at the Newcastle Office Building located at 600 South Sen- eca, Newcastle, Wyoming. Only bids received on Wyoming Department of Transportation bid forms will be con- sidered. Bid forms and further infor- mation may be obtained, without charge, by contacting Diane Ketcham, CPPO, CPPB, in the Purchasing Of- rice, Telephone (307) 777-4395. WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION BY: Sally Duran Purchasing Manager Publish: October 17 and 24, 2002 mmm NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE BY ADVERTISEMENT AND SALE On December 22, 1995, Larry L. Phillips, a married man doing busi- ness in his sole and separate prop- erty, as Mortgagor, made, executed, and delivered a Mortgage to First In- terstate Bank of Commerce. 4 South Main, Sheridan, Wyoming 82801, as Mortgagee. The record owner of the property is Larry L. Phillips. The Mort- gage was dated December 22, 1995, Vote for STEVEN J. LENZ was duly recorded on December 27, 1995, in Book 340 of Photos, at Page 624, as instrument number 521259, in the office of the County Clerk and Ex-Officio Register of Deeds of Crook County, Wyoming, and is made a part hereof and incorporated herein by ref- Mortgage by advertisement and sale as provided in the Mortgage. No suit or proceeding has been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by the Mortgage or any part thereof. erence. The Mortgage covers the fol- TAKE NOTICE THAT, pursuant to the ..... ., "power of sale by advegLsement con- lowing descnbed real property ,u,,=t-. ;.. . in Crook County, Wyoming, to wit: d'hn the Mortgage, and pursuant RE$URVEY TOWNSHIP 57 NORTH. RANGE 63 WEST, 6TH P.M., CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING Section 5: Lots 3, 4 (N NW), S NW Section 6: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 (N N) RISURVEY TOWNSHIP 57 NORTH, RANGE 64 WEST, 6TH P.M.. CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING Section 1: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 (NN), SN, S Section 2: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 (NN), SNW%, NESW, SWNE, NSE, SESE RESURVEY TOWNSHIP 58 NORTH, RANGE 03 WEST, 6TH P.M., CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING Section 30: SE%SW, SSE Section 31: Lots 1,2, 3, 4 (WW), EW, E Section 32: W, EXCEPTING THEREFROM the following de- scribed tract of land, to-wit: Beginning at a point, marked by a plastic survey cap stamped LS 2079, that bears S. 56 06' 20" W., a distance of 4796.39 feet from the Northeast corner of Section 32, this section corner being a GLO Brass Cap stamped 1914; Thence S. 8 23' 10" E., for a dis- tance of 266.40 feet to a plastic survey cap stamped LS 2079; Thence S. 81 36' 50" W., for a dis- tance of 163.51 feet to a plastic survey cap stamped LS 2079; Thence N. 8 23' 10" W., for a dis- tance of 266.40 feet to a plastic survey cap stamped LS 2079; Thence N. 81 36' 50" E., fora dis- tance of 163.51 feet to the point of beginning. RESURVEY TOWNSHIP 58 NORTH. RANGE 64 WEST. 6TH P.M.. CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING Section 23: Lot 2 Section 26:W Section 35: All The Mortgage was given to secure the payment of a Note dated December 22, 1995, in the principal sum of $407,743.00, that the Mortgagor made, executed, and delivered to the Mortgagee. The Mortgagor has failed to pay the principal and interest on the Note and Mortgage when the same became due and payable, and in this regard, and otherwise, has de- faulted in performance under the terms and conditions of the Note and Mortgage. Because the Mortgagor has defaulted under the terms and conditions of the Note and Mortgage, the Mortgagee has elected and declared, and does hereby elect and declare, to acceler- ate and to make the entire debt se- cured by the Mortgage due and pay- able without further demand, and to exercise the power to foreclose the REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE CROOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER In important relationships ranging from marriage  and children to being in business or holding an elected position, open and honest communication is the only way to be successful. When we operate outside the lines of communication, keep the knowledge to ourselves, or fail to inform all interested parties, we fall short of the mark. Our county should be a working example of communication. County Commissioners should be committed to keeping county residents well informed on issues relating to county business, upcoming events that may be opportunities to grow, and situations that require diligence to protect county industries and our way of life. This is an important issue to me. In conducting county business, I would strive to: 1) Inform county residents with newspaper articles and outreach efforts through committees, phone calls and with one-on-one conversations. By combining our many varied skills and experience, we can represent Crook County locally, regionally and nationally, if needed. 2) County road issues will be handled evenly across the board. Prioritizing problem areas and staying within the yearly budget for repairs, upgrades and maintenance will dictate the schedule. 3) As more land is developed in our county, the need grows for careful handling of road hearings, easement issues and evaluation of road abandonment requests. 4) Leaders from the Forest Service, BLM, and Game & Fish agencies meet with or communitcate with our County Commissioners to discuss cross- over issues that often will affect grazing rights, timber sales, and other multiple uses on count, state and federal lands. I would strive to keep you, the county residents, informed of these issues and the decisions made on your behalf. The next three weeks are filled with speaking forums, candidate luncheons, and the hustle and bustle of the upcoming general elections. Please attend any of these functions--if you can, or call me if you have any questions, concerns, or just want to converse on county issues. I can be reached at 307-283-3400 from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and 307-283-2270 after 5:00 p.m. Devotion to family; loyalty to friends; honesty with self; dignity toward others. --Tom Halmose The act of neighbor helping neighbor has been one of the distinguishing marks of America and one of the primary causes of our nation's greatness. --RonaM Reagan Paid For By Steven J. Lenz to Wyoming law, the Mortgage will be foreclosed and the above-described real property will be sold by the Sher- iff or Deputy Sheriff of Crook County, Wyoming, to the highest bidder, for cash, at public vendue, at the front door of the Crook County Courthouse, Sundance, Wyoming, at 11:00 o'clock a.m. on the 7'" day of November, 2002. The proceeds of the sale shall be ' applied first to the amount claimed to be due on the note and mortgage which, as of the date hereof, is equal to unpaid principal and accrued inter- est in the sum of $425,852.24, plus interest which shall continue to ac- crue at the rate of $112.6778 per day, late charges, escrow adjustments, attorney fees, costs, and expenses of this foreclosure. Any remaining pro- ceeds will thereafter be distributed in accordance with Wyoming law. Dated this 4 th day of October, 2002 FIRST INTERSTATE BANK c/o Lonabaugh and Riggs Attorneys at Law P. O. Box 5059 Sheridan, Wyoming 82801 (307) 672-7444 Publish: October 17, 24, 31 and No- vember 7, 2002 mmm Sundance Senior Citizens Center The regular monthly meeting of the Sundance Senior Citizens Center (SSCC) was held October 9 at 1:30 p.m.. The meeting was called to order by Annabelle Ellsbury. Roll  was taken; present were: Neva, Bonnie, Annabelle, Peggy, Donna, Cliff, Don and Fred. Pledge to the American Flag was given. Our only guest was Marge Myers. Secretary's notes were read by Secre- tary Fkggy. Donna had taken them in her place for the August meeting, there were not enough people at the August meeting to have a quorum. The Treasurer's reports for Septem- ber and October were given by Cliff. Fred made the motion to accept the report as corrected, Bonnie seconded and the motion was carried. Bonnie made the motion to give Annabelle $100.00 to- ward the purchase of the new blinds. Peggy seconded and the motion was carried. Old  Bonnie gave reports on the two funeral lunches the Seniors served this last week. Fred  that the used cabinet at the County is not suitable for the Center. Marge reported how the credit from NAPA was spent for the kitchen. There will be some ex- tra charges that the CCS will repay us. New Btminex: The Seniors have been asked to serve lunch for two fu- nerals later this week. We will also have a Bake Sale at the Bazaar on this Fri- day at the Old High School Gym. The November fund raiser will be a Pan- cake SutYper on November 7, 2002i 5:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. The the 18th, the Big Dinner is on 10, 2002; Carry-In Dinner is ber 20. Jarla will call people Bizday Party two days early so can make tne to come. The 13th at 1:30 p.m. at the Center. Fred made a motion to adjounl meeting, Bonnie seconded, and meeting was adjourned. RE-ELECT CROOK COUNTY SHERIFF l STEVE STAHLA - Jl I have proved I can enforce the law and be fair, impartial and professional resulting in an equal application of the law. Vote STAHLA for Sheriff November 5 th for all the right reasons "A Sheriff for the people" paid for by Steve Stahla Saturday October 19, 932NewHavenRd-1mileNorthonHighway 2002 at 10:00 A.M. miles then West 6 miles then South 25 mile. Signs will be posted. Machinery & Vehicles (sells at 1:00 PM): 2001 F150 XLT Super cab 4x4, automatic conditioning, triton 4.6L (8,600 miles), 1986 Chevy 4x4 w/Bresler bale unroUer, 350, auto. Engine & trans 2 years ago, 1994 Caprice Classic - new Tran & Brakes, 103,000 miles, 1976 gas 666 Int. cab TA. dual hyds, new clutch & engine overhaul (with 9' Leon dozer), Farmall H tractor wide front end, bale spear unroller, New Holland 273 baler (bad knotter), Danuser post hole digger, 10" & 14" Montgomery Ward wagon, Graham-Hoeme chisel plow, 10' Disc, Harrow, 5' tumbel bug, 1973 King trailer, 1958 New Moon 8' x 38' trailer. Wy. Brands, Hay, Ranch & Shop Supplies: Jqleft hip cattle & left thigh horse,Lkrleft cattle. Apprx. 60 bales alfalfa grass mix last years hay, Appx. 60 bales this years hay, Old wheat hay, portable loading chute, 20 plus 10' panels, several gates, (oop feed bunks, round bale feeder, 1( panels, 2 sets tractor chains 155"x38", 2 - 300 gallon fuel tanks w/stands, metal pick-up Stock rack, Int. grinder, calf puller, snow fence, misc. halters, bridles, horse collars, rope block & tackle, air com tank, leg vice, anvil, battery charger, sickle grinder, shovels, rakes, pitchforks, hammers & hand transmission fluid, etc., handyman jack, chains, boomers, grease guns, misc. bolts, tools, & parts, 12-2 wiring, 8'x14' truck tarp and much more. Household & Lawn: Dynamark 36" cut riding mower, Dynamark roto-tiller, Snapper lawn Three bedroom sets, older 3 piece bedroom set, Veneer 3 piece bedroom set (nice), double bed box & mattress (like new), Walnut dining room table (8 chairs & 4 leaves), maple coffee table & end tables, sofa & matching Ioveseat, swivel rocker, Montgomery Wards safe, microwave & stand, older radio, older chair, rollaway, older beds, single floor lamp, saddle lamp, sewing machine, Siegler gas stove, Nesco electnc oven, pressure cookers, stainless steel cooking set, suitcases, luggage, chairs, coolers, pictures & frames, boxes of sewing & craft items. X-mas decorations, household items & much more. Antiques & Collectibles: 2 enamel cook stoves, potbellied stove, enamel heating stove, heating stove, enamel table, dressers, Consew treadle sewing machine, oak chairs rocker, plaster of paris carnival toys, books, cameras, cigar boxes, & more, horse drawn mower, rakes, Bobsled parts, iron wheeled wagon, plow, state plate & salt and pepper collections, 2 covered lamp), 7 Leanin' tree posters, old shop items, forge, tools, vice, wooden planes, etc., dehomers, irons, traps, ice saw, hub caps. -Auctioneer Note: All announcements made sale day take precedence made sale day dence over any previous printed advertisement, etc., many more items too numerous to mention. ,,, Tower Auction 1 (307)467-Yo68 Hulett, WY Te W Gc(xlvin, Chuck Wood, Terry Miller Stay on top with usl Not Respomibk TERMS: CASH OR GOOD Check with picture ID There will be Sales Tax Lunch will be served Spectacular Fall Windshield " Tired of Trying to see through those cracks & chips. NOW'is the time replace that windshield during ourOCTOBER WINDSHIELD SPECIAL. Call 307-283-2304 or 800-665-6595 your appointment. !age 6. Thursday, October 17, 2002 CROOK COUNTY BALLOT PROPO- SITION8 NOTICE 2% LODGING TAX Notice is hereby given of an election by the qualified electors whether or not to continue to impose a 2% lodg- ing tax upon the sales price paid for lodging sen/lees within the county pur,,ant to Wyoming Statutes 39-15- 204 (a) (ii) for the primary purpose of local travel and tourism promotion. Election shall be conducted on No- vember 5, 2002. Connie D. Tschetter Crook County Clerk Publish: October 10, 17, 24 and 31, 2002 mmm STATE OF WYOMING COUNTY OF CROOK IN THE DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF TED MdNERNEY Deceased. Probate No. 5210 NOTICE OF PROBATE TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 24 t" day of September, 2002, the Last Will and Testament of said decedent was admitted to probate by the above named Court and that Paula Mclnerney Hall was appointed Per- sonal Representative thereof. Any action to set aside said Will must be filed in said Court within three months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said decedent or to said Estate are requested to make imme- diate payment to the undersigned c/o The Law Office of Lubnau, Bailey & Dumbrill, P.C., 300 S. Gillette Ave. - Suite 2000, P.O. Box 1028, Gillette, Wyoming, 82717-1028. Creditors having claims against said decedent or the estate are required to file them with the necessary vouch- ers, in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the Sixth Judicial Dis- trict, Crook County, Wyoming, and on or before three months after the date of the first publication of this notice, and if such claims are not so filed, unless otherwise allowed or paid, they will be forever barred. DATED this 24 th day of September, 2002. Paula Mclnemey Hall Personal Representative Publish: October 3, 10 and 17, 2002 mmm WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION CHEYENNE, WYOMING NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE OF AND FINAl SETTLEMENT FOR HIGHWAY WORK Notice is hereby given that the State ;Transportation Commission of Wyo- ;ming has accepted as completed ac- '.cording to plans, specifications and :rules governing the same work per- formed under that certain contract :dated, July 25% 2002, between the ;State of Wyoming, acting through said :Commission, ahd Cundy Asphalt ;Paving & Construction, Inc., the Con- 3?actor, on Highway Project Number [STP-W113-O0{002) consisting of re- .construction includina qrading, draining, glscina crushed base and bituminous oavement surfacina, and miscellaneous work and the Con- ;tactor is entitled to final settlement terefore; that the Director of the De- ipartment of Transportation will cause isaid Contractor to be paid the full mount due him under said contract tin November 20. 2002. iThe date of the first publication of this inotice is October 10. 2002. STATE TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION OF WYOMING By: Christy Stone Federal Aid Supervisor Budget Program Publish: October 10, 17 and 24, 2002 Bmm Off All Windshields + PLUS + W Of Your Deductible! Any Make & Model. STATE OF WYOMING COUNTY OF CROOK IN THE DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Probate No. 5207 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF : ANNIE WlLLA CORTELL IRWIN : a/ida WILLA C. IRWIN, - Deceased i NOTICEOFAPPMCATION FOR :COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION . OF REAL PROPERTY (Wyoming Statute 2.1.205) ]OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all per- ;sons that an application has been ed in the District Court named above for the Collection and Distribution of e following real property by LESLIE B,. IRWIN, RAYMOND R. IRWIN, "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times ROBERTA M. TRENHOLM, JAMES E. IRWIN, CHARLES W. IRWIN, and CECIL DUANE IRWIN, as the sole heirs of ANNIE WILLA CORTELL IRWIN, a/Ida WILLA C. IRWIN, de- ceased, to wit: An undivided one-twentyfourth in- terest of all oil, gas, and other min- erals located in and under the fol- lowing described lands, located in Crook County, Wyoming, to-wit: Township 53 North. Range 68 West of the 6th P.M., Crook County, WY Section 24: W1/2SE1/4, $1/2SW1/4. Section 25: W1/2NEl/4, NWl/4SEI/4, SEI/4NWl/4, N1/2SW1/4. Section 26: SEI/4NWl/4, NEI/4SWl/4, N1/2SE1/4. Any persons having objections to said application should file the same with the District Court, Crook County, Wyoming on or before November 8, 2002, failing in which your claim or objection may be forever barred. DATED this 2 day of October, 2002. CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT Darice Hodge, Deputy Publish: October 10 and 17, 2002 mmm WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION LEGAL NOTICE INVITATION TO BID The Wyoming Department of Trans- portation will receive sealed bids in the Office of the Purchasing Manager, 5300 Bishop Blvd., Building No. 6189, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82009-3340, until 11:00 A.M., November 5, 2002, at which time they will be publicly opened and read FOR FURNISHING JANITORIAL MAINTENANCE AT THE NEWCASTLE OFFICE BUILDING. A MANDATORY Pre-bid inspection will be held at 11:00 A.M., Monday, Octo- ber 28, 2002, at the Newcastle Office Building located at 600 South Sen- eca, Newcastle, Wyoming. Only bids received on Wyoming Department of Transportation bid forms will be con- sidered. Bid forms and further infor- mation may be obtained, without charge, by contacting Diane Ketcham, CPPO, CPPB, in the Purchasing Of- rice, Telephone (307) 777-4395. WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION BY: Sally Duran Purchasing Manager Publish: October 17 and 24, 2002 mmm NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE BY ADVERTISEMENT AND SALE On December 22, 1995, Larry L. Phillips, a married man doing busi- ness in his sole and separate prop- erty, as Mortgagor, made, executed, and delivered a Mortgage to First In- terstate Bank of Commerce. 4 South Main, Sheridan, Wyoming 82801, as Mortgagee. The record owner of the property is Larry L. Phillips. The Mort- gage was dated December 22, 1995, Vote for STEVEN J. LENZ was duly recorded on December 27, 1995, in Book 340 of Photos, at Page 624, as instrument number 521259, in the office of the County Clerk and Ex-Officio Register of Deeds of Crook County, Wyoming, and is made a part hereof and incorporated herein by ref- Mortgage by advertisement and sale as provided in the Mortgage. No suit or proceeding has been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by the Mortgage or any part thereof. erence. The Mortgage covers the fol- TAKE NOTICE THAT, pursuant to the ..... ., "power of sale by advegLsement con- lowing descnbed real property ,u,,=t-. ;.. . in Crook County, Wyoming, to wit: d'hn the Mortgage, and pursuant RE$URVEY TOWNSHIP 57 NORTH. RANGE 63 WEST, 6TH P.M., CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING Section 5: Lots 3, 4 (N NW), S NW Section 6: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 (N N) RISURVEY TOWNSHIP 57 NORTH, RANGE 64 WEST, 6TH P.M.. CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING Section 1: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 (NN), SN, S Section 2: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 (NN), SNW%, NESW, SWNE, NSE, SESE RESURVEY TOWNSHIP 58 NORTH, RANGE 03 WEST, 6TH P.M., CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING Section 30: SE%SW, SSE Section 31: Lots 1,2, 3, 4 (WW), EW, E Section 32: W, EXCEPTING THEREFROM the following de- scribed tract of land, to-wit: Beginning at a point, marked by a plastic survey cap stamped LS 2079, that bears S. 56 06' 20" W., a distance of 4796.39 feet from the Northeast corner of Section 32, this section corner being a GLO Brass Cap stamped 1914; Thence S. 8 23' 10" E., for a dis- tance of 266.40 feet to a plastic survey cap stamped LS 2079; Thence S. 81 36' 50" W., for a dis- tance of 163.51 feet to a plastic survey cap stamped LS 2079; Thence N. 8 23' 10" W., for a dis- tance of 266.40 feet to a plastic survey cap stamped LS 2079; Thence N. 81 36' 50" E., fora dis- tance of 163.51 feet to the point of beginning. RESURVEY TOWNSHIP 58 NORTH. RANGE 64 WEST. 6TH P.M.. CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING Section 23: Lot 2 Section 26:W Section 35: All The Mortgage was given to secure the payment of a Note dated December 22, 1995, in the principal sum of $407,743.00, that the Mortgagor made, executed, and delivered to the Mortgagee. The Mortgagor has failed to pay the principal and interest on the Note and Mortgage when the same became due and payable, and in this regard, and otherwise, has de- faulted in performance under the terms and conditions of the Note and Mortgage. Because the Mortgagor has defaulted under the terms and conditions of the Note and Mortgage, the Mortgagee has elected and declared, and does hereby elect and declare, to acceler- ate and to make the entire debt se- cured by the Mortgage due and pay- able without further demand, and to exercise the power to foreclose the REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE CROOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER In important relationships ranging from marriage  and children to being in business or holding an elected position, open and honest communication is the only way to be successful. When we operate outside the lines of communication, keep the knowledge to ourselves, or fail to inform all interested parties, we fall short of the mark. Our county should be a working example of communication. County Commissioners should be committed to keeping county residents well informed on issues relating to county business, upcoming events that may be opportunities to grow, and situations that require diligence to protect county industries and our way of life. This is an important issue to me. In conducting county business, I would strive to: 1) Inform county residents with newspaper articles and outreach efforts through committees, phone calls and with one-on-one conversations. By combining our many varied skills and experience, we can represent Crook County locally, regionally and nationally, if needed. 2) County road issues will be handled evenly across the board. Prioritizing problem areas and staying within the yearly budget for repairs, upgrades and maintenance will dictate the schedule. 3) As more land is developed in our county, the need grows for careful handling of road hearings, easement issues and evaluation of road abandonment requests. 4) Leaders from the Forest Service, BLM, and Game & Fish agencies meet with or communitcate with our County Commissioners to discuss cross- over issues that often will affect grazing rights, timber sales, and other multiple uses on count, state and federal lands. I would strive to keep you, the county residents, informed of these issues and the decisions made on your behalf. The next three weeks are filled with speaking forums, candidate luncheons, and the hustle and bustle of the upcoming general elections. Please attend any of these functions--if you can, or call me if you have any questions, concerns, or just want to converse on county issues. I can be reached at 307-283-3400 from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and 307-283-2270 after 5:00 p.m. Devotion to family; loyalty to friends; honesty with self; dignity toward others. --Tom Halmose The act of neighbor helping neighbor has been one of the distinguishing marks of America and one of the primary causes of our nation's greatness. --RonaM Reagan Paid For By Steven J. Lenz to Wyoming law, the Mortgage will be foreclosed and the above-described real property will be sold by the Sher- iff or Deputy Sheriff of Crook County, Wyoming, to the highest bidder, for cash, at public vendue, at the front door of the Crook County Courthouse, Sundance, Wyoming, at 11:00 o'clock a.m. on the 7'" day of November, 2002. The proceeds of the sale shall be ' applied first to the amount claimed to be due on the note and mortgage which, as of the date hereof, is equal to unpaid principal and accrued inter- est in the sum of $425,852.24, plus interest which shall continue to ac- crue at the rate of $112.6778 per day, late charges, escrow adjustments, attorney fees, costs, and expenses of this foreclosure. Any remaining pro- ceeds will thereafter be distributed in accordance with Wyoming law. Dated this 4 th day of October, 2002 FIRST INTERSTATE BANK c/o Lonabaugh and Riggs Attorneys at Law P. O. Box 5059 Sheridan, Wyoming 82801 (307) 672-7444 Publish: October 17, 24, 31 and No- vember 7, 2002 mmm Sundance Senior Citizens Center The regular monthly meeting of the Sundance Senior Citizens Center (SSCC) was held October 9 at 1:30 p.m.. The meeting was called to order by Annabelle Ellsbury. Roll  was taken; present were: Neva, Bonnie, Annabelle, Peggy, Donna, Cliff, Don and Fred. Pledge to the American Flag was given. Our only guest was Marge Myers. Secretary's notes were read by Secre- tary Fkggy. Donna had taken them in her place for the August meeting, there were not enough people at the August meeting to have a quorum. The Treasurer's reports for Septem- ber and October were given by Cliff. Fred made the motion to accept the report as corrected, Bonnie seconded and the motion was carried. Bonnie made the motion to give Annabelle $100.00 to- ward the purchase of the new blinds. Peggy seconded and the motion was carried. Old  Bonnie gave reports on the two funeral lunches the Seniors served this last week. Fred  that the used cabinet at the County is not suitable for the Center. Marge reported how the credit from NAPA was spent for the kitchen. There will be some ex- tra charges that the CCS will repay us. New Btminex: The Seniors have been asked to serve lunch for two fu- nerals later this week. We will also have a Bake Sale at the Bazaar on this Fri- day at the Old High School Gym. The November fund raiser will be a Pan- cake SutYper on November 7, 2002i 5:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. The the 18th, the Big Dinner is on 10, 2002; Carry-In Dinner is ber 20. Jarla will call people Bizday Party two days early so can make tne to come. The 13th at 1:30 p.m. at the Center. Fred made a motion to adjounl meeting, Bonnie seconded, and meeting was adjourned. RE-ELECT CROOK COUNTY SHERIFF l STEVE STAHLA - Jl I have proved I can enforce the law and be fair, impartial and professional resulting in an equal application of the law. Vote STAHLA for Sheriff November 5 th for all the right reasons "A Sheriff for the people" paid for by Steve Stahla Saturday October 19, 932NewHavenRd-1mileNorthonHighway 2002 at 10:00 A.M. miles then West 6 miles then South 25 mile. Signs will be posted. Machinery & Vehicles (sells at 1:00 PM): 2001 F150 XLT Super cab 4x4, automatic conditioning, triton 4.6L (8,600 miles), 1986 Chevy 4x4 w/Bresler bale unroUer, 350, auto. Engine & trans 2 years ago, 1994 Caprice Classic - new Tran & Brakes, 103,000 miles, 1976 gas 666 Int. cab TA. dual hyds, new clutch & engine overhaul (with 9' Leon dozer), Farmall H tractor wide front end, bale spear unroller, New Holland 273 baler (bad knotter), Danuser post hole digger, 10" & 14" Montgomery Ward wagon, Graham-Hoeme chisel plow, 10' Disc, Harrow, 5' tumbel bug, 1973 King trailer, 1958 New Moon 8' x 38' trailer. Wy. Brands, Hay, Ranch & Shop Supplies: Jqleft hip cattle & left thigh horse,Lkrleft cattle. Apprx. 60 bales alfalfa grass mix last years hay, Appx. 60 bales this years hay, Old wheat hay, portable loading chute, 20 plus 10' panels, several gates, (oop feed bunks, round bale feeder, 1( panels, 2 sets tractor chains 155"x38", 2 - 300 gallon fuel tanks w/stands, metal pick-up Stock rack, Int. grinder, calf puller, snow fence, misc. halters, bridles, horse collars, rope block & tackle, air com tank, leg vice, anvil, battery charger, sickle grinder, shovels, rakes, pitchforks, hammers & hand transmission fluid, etc., handyman jack, chains, boomers, grease guns, misc. bolts, tools, & parts, 12-2 wiring, 8'x14' truck tarp and much more. Household & Lawn: Dynamark 36" cut riding mower, Dynamark roto-tiller, Snapper lawn Three bedroom sets, older 3 piece bedroom set, Veneer 3 piece bedroom set (nice), double bed box & mattress (like new), Walnut dining room table (8 chairs & 4 leaves), maple coffee table & end tables, sofa & matching Ioveseat, swivel rocker, Montgomery Wards safe, microwave & stand, older radio, older chair, rollaway, older beds, single floor lamp, saddle lamp, sewing machine, Siegler gas stove, Nesco electnc oven, pressure cookers, stainless steel cooking set, suitcases, luggage, chairs, coolers, pictures & frames, boxes of sewing & craft items. X-mas decorations, household items & much more. Antiques & Collectibles: 2 enamel cook stoves, potbellied stove, enamel heating stove, heating stove, enamel table, dressers, Consew treadle sewing machine, oak chairs rocker, plaster of paris carnival toys, books, cameras, cigar boxes, & more, horse drawn mower, rakes, Bobsled parts, iron wheeled wagon, plow, state plate & salt and pepper collections, 2 covered lamp), 7 Leanin' tree posters, old shop items, forge, tools, vice, wooden planes, etc., dehomers, irons, traps, ice saw, hub caps. -Auctioneer Note: All announcements made sale day take precedence made sale day dence over any previous printed advertisement, etc., many more items too numerous to mention. ,,, Tower Auction 1 (307)467-Yo68 Hulett, WY Te W Gc(xlvin, Chuck Wood, Terry Miller Stay on top with usl Not Respomibk TERMS: CASH OR GOOD Check with picture ID There will be Sales Tax Lunch will be served Spectacular Fall Windshield " Tired of Trying to see through those cracks & chips. NOW'is the time replace that windshield during ourOCTOBER WINDSHIELD SPECIAL. Call 307-283-2304 or 800-665-6595 your appointment.