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Services for Paul 69, local rancher, were held Lt 2 >.m. from' the Church in with the Rev. Gene pastor of the and the Rev. Richard pastor of the United Church of New- officiating. Masonic were also held by Lodge 9 A.F. & with Bryan serving as Master. r at Lookout Hospital, Spear- was in Mount Cemetery under the of the Fidler-Rob- Wyoming Chapel of Sundance Fidler Funeral S.D. served as and accompanied Jay who sang two were Straitor Hooper, Met- Vines All other Were considered as Casketbearers. was born May at Horton, Wyo- son of Bertha and Cummings. He schools at Four and Newcastle. He to Plevna, Mont., in he ranched. He to Gladys John- J~ly 5, 1932, at Mont., and the in Montana Dakota before to the Bear Lodge in 1942 were living at the death. Was a member of Lodge 9 A.F. & Hills Comman- The Kalif Sheridan; 5, Sundance. include his wi- Sundance; two s, Mrs. Ted (Paul- Newcastle, and (Darlene) Matthe- S.D. ; two E. Cummings, l, S.D., and Charles Devil's Tower; preceded in death and a sister, has been es- Court- Fund and the Children' s Services for Stella r, former resident were held 1:30 p.m. from ~hurch with Merlin and the Rev. Gene Hagerman officiating. Inter- ment was in Mount Moriah Cemetery under the direction of Fidler-Roberts Northeast- ern Wyoming Funeral Cha- pel. She died April 6 at Natrona County Memorial Hospital in Casper. Mrs. Don Locke provided organ music and ac- companied Chester Hejde who sang two hymns. Casketbearers were Frank Blakeman, Rex Dillon, Jess Kanode, Ronald Paden, Les- ter Mauch and William Mauch. All other friends were considered as honorary casketbearers. Mrs. Taylor was born Oct. 10, 1892, to Mary Elizabeth and John S. Johnson at Lead, S.D. Her early childhood was spent on several ranches in the Black Hills area. On March 6, 1917, she married Vernie R. Taylor at Deadwood, S.D. and they ranched in the Bearlodge area of Crook County until 1946 when they moved to Sundance. He died in 1964 in 1967 she moved to Casper to make her home with her daughter, Murel Mattox, She later resided in an apartment in Skyline Towers for six years. When she was no longer able to care for herself she lived at Paradise Health- care, her daughter's home, and, until her death, at Belaire Manor. She was a member of Sundance Rebekah Lodge 29, the Methodist Church of Sundance, an associate member of Rebekah Lodge 13 and Past Noble Grands Club of Casper. Suvivors include four daughters, Murel Mattox and Valgene Waugh, both of Casper, Alberta Bush, Hulett and Edna Zimmershied, Moorcroft; three sisters, Florence Graslie, Everett, Wash., Blanche Jackson, Lead, S.D., and Delma Sch- raeder, Aloha, Ore.; three brothers, John, Ernest, and Harold Johnson, all of Port- land, Ore. ; 15 grandchildren; 41 great grandchildren and three great - great grand- children. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Mildred Nielsen, six sisters, three' brothers, and her first hus- band, Lester Mauch. A memorial has been es- tablished for the Shrine Crippled Children's Hospi- tals. PENN SMITH Funeral services for Penn Smith, 72, were held at 1:30 p.m. Friday from the United Methodist Church in Sun- dance with the Rev. Gene Hagerman officiating. Burial was in the Tower Divide Cemetery under the direction of Fidler-Roberts Northeast- era Wyoming Funeral Cha- pel. Smith died April 4 at Crook County Memorial g and Treatin Seed Grains With A Liquid Treatment 1 eall For And Cle .aning ating Appointments. ARD MILLING CO. BELLE FOURCHE, S.D. 605-892-2543 Hospital where he had been a patient. Mrs. Don Locke served as organist for the service and accompanied Chester Hejde who sang two selections. Casketbearers were Don- ald Anderson, Paul Conzel- man, Leslie FuUerton, Henry Oudin, Larry Petersen and Frank Proctor. Honorary pallbearers were Lorey An- dersen, Glenn Conzelman, Reno Lytle, Ed Petersen, Chesney Rathbun, Charley Schoeppe, Ted Thorne ~md Herman White. Smith was born July 22, 1904, at Kimball, S.D., to Thomas and Lily Smith. He married Cora Vore March 23, 1954, at Rapid City, S.D. As a young man he farmed and worked at various ranches in South Dakota. In the 1930's he moved to Tower Divide where he farmed until 1968 when he retired and moved to Sun- dance. He also did carpentry Sundance. He also did carpentry work throughout his lifetime. He is survived by his widow, Cora, Sundance; three step - children, Mrs. Harold (Opal) Oudin, Sun- dance, Walter Vote, Cody, and Mrs. Hollis (Cora) Wat- son, Douglas; two brothers, Fred Smith, Torrance, .Calif., and Steve Smith, Mitchell, S.D.; five sisters, Mrs. Mar- tin (Opal) Forseth, California Mrs. Carrol (May) Wilson, Mitchell, S.D., Mrs. Frank (Janella) Kendel, New York, Mrs. Jack (Delvia) O'Dell, Lead, S.D., Mrs. Lloyd (Florence) Wilson, Mitchell, five grandchildren, Mrs. Gil Love, Mrs, Jerry Green- wood, Dennis Watson, Mrs. Jerry Metcalf and Mrs. Jeff Lucas; 16 great grandchild- ren and a host of nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters and one brother. A memorial has been es- tablished for the Lung As- sociation. APRIL 14, 1977 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE5 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank each and every one for all the cards, flowers, food, donations and other acts of kindness and thoughtfulness. Special thanks to the Sundance Sen- ior Citizens for the dinner served us before the funeral and the Shamrock Club and neighbors for the coffee and refreshments served at the Sunny Divide Community Hall. The family of Penn Smith I:00P.M. SPECIAL GRASS-TIME HEREFORD SALE selling: 32 Choice Coming Two-Year Old Registered Bulls. 20 Choice Yearling Registered Bulls. 25 Choice Regis- tered Open Coming Two-Year Old Heifers. 26 Two-Year Old Commercial Open Heifers. l~me c$.le a~Inmcl ~n tlw arm had ,= the CmQo ~ Rm~cm~k. IVU~K TItlS I~'rlE ~ YOUI~ ~..I~DAR! POLLARD HEREFORD RANCH, Owner R. A. "DICK" MADB~ AUG'nON~R Dodge Tradesman's a lot of van for the money. For a lot of good reasons. Reasons like extra care in engineering. Solid design. And sturdy construction. Things you've come to expect in a Dodge truck. Things that make the Tradesman van a real value in today's market... "Manufacturer's suggested retail price for base 109-inch-wheelbase, six-cylinder B100 model, exoluding destination charges, taxes, and title fees. White sidewall tires and wheel covers $76 extra cost. INDEPENDENT FRONT SUSPENSION to reduce the shock of big and little bumps. FRONT DISC BRAKES for fade-resisting stops. A SLANT SIX ENGINE. ELECTRONIC IGNITION to eliminate points and condenser, for surer starting voltage in all kinds of weather. FACTORY ANTIRUST PROTECTION to help fight rust and corrosion. Dodge Truths A PRODUCT OF CHRYSLER CORPORATION Sundance, Wyoming