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JASON A}{D JACK'S CORNER
DOOR PRIZES
Display case: Ed Weston
I oz. silver round: Ernie Bouyoucas
2004 Calendar: Ernie Bouyoucas
Picture flame: Jarnes Wiihelm
Treasure book: Tom Lieberman
Jar of honey: Mitzi Bergrud
ew books about the Treasure Gurt by guest
Par:l McElroy: Karen Larson

II{YSTERY PRIZE
A silver half dollar was won by Ernie
Couyoucas for bringing a bolt
to the tall tales table.
50/50 DRAWING
Carol Coffin took home $1g as her share
ofthe 50/50 drawing.

MONTHLY BEST FINDS
The categories are Best Silver, Best Gold and Most
Unusual. Each member can enter one item per
category. The item will have to have been found since
the last meeting. Voting will be dope by the members
during the break. Any ties wi[ b€ broken by either the
huntmaster or a designated iepresentative if the
huntmaster has an item that is competing.,Winners
will get a silver half dollar. Alsq, there *lU Ue a fourth
category that will be announced at the beginning of
the meeting. This category will change every month
so be sure to bring all of yojr finds! Only the
huntmaster will know tha-t fourth category pnd thus
will not be eligible to enter.

FINDS OF THE MONTH

EM,TEI}AYS

BEST GOLD
Erik Kristensen with a gold bracelet
with gold ring charms.
BEST SILVER
Erik Kristensen with a silver skull ring
MOST UNUST]AL
Tom Lieberman with a'tea making
drinking straw."
THE ODD BALL CATEGORY WEICH
CEANGES EVERY MONTH
BEST I(EY

following members won a silver quarter
for being present at the meeting in tireir
re

birthday month:
Sam Frost
Ernie Bouyoucas
(Can somethiag be done about Emie
winning so much?)

otIlES CotflffiT
in Palm Beach County there is a
coin jar. Follow the clues, if you can,
d if you find it you will got a $2S rewardl
CI.UE IIUUBEB OITE
raised to their goddess, Praetorians stand tall
bounded. Marching to the sunrise, their feet are
ly grounded. Some show signs ofthirst, but most
all but drownded. That marks the realm but not
the X, where this treasure may be turded.

guys are ciriving cross-country, each from a
di brent state: Idaho, Nebraska, Florida and New
Y
Shortly after the trip begins, the man from
Id
starts pulling potatoes from his bag and
them out the window. "What are you
doi ?" asked the man &om Nebraska. ',We have so
of these things in Idaho I'm sick of looking at
!" So the guy from Nebraska begins pulling ears
of rrn from his bag and tkowing them out the
. The Floridian asks, "What are you doing
for?" "We have so many of these things in
rask4 I'm sick of looking at theml" Inspired, the
from Florida opens the car door and pushes the
Yorker out.

,***ro#ffi *l'J*"XHl-o,o-,
TREASURER'S REPORT,
ocToBER 1, 2003
BANK BALANCE
$674.e0
3q.00
CASH ON HAND
TOTAL
$704.90

Quolcs to think about.......
A government which robs Peterto pay Paul can
always depend on the support ofPaul.
George Bernard Shaw

make jokes. I just watch the government and
report the facts Will Rogers
No man's life, liberty, or property are safe while the
legislature is in sessiorl MarkTwain
The government is like a baby's alimentary canal,
with a happy app€tite on one end and no
responsibility at the other. Ronald Reagan

I don't

We contend that for a nation to try to tax itself into
prosperity is like a man standing in a bucket and
trying to lift himself by the handle. l4/inston Churchill