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The Sundance Times Page 2 Thursday, May 7, 2015 an ansen prom Brendan Hansen of Sundance was promoted to specialist in the Wyoming Army National Guard on April 12. Hansen is a food service specialist in the 920th Forward Support Com- pany. Hansen has been a member of the Wyoming National Guard for three years. Besides serving in the Wyoming National Guard, he is food service specialist for the Sundance Hospi- tal. Capt. Daniel Marshall promotes Brendan Hansen to specialist during a ceremony in Powell, on April 12. Link Kaiser of Kirkland, Washington, died April 23, 2015. Born January 25, 1918, on a ranch near Sun- dance, Wyoming, Link was the sixth child of Fannie Per- rigoue and David Kaiser. He attended a one room country school, riding horseback or walking three miles each way. He graduated from Sun- dance High School and at- tended the University of Wyo- ming. Link bought a chicken ranch near Kirkland in 1939. He earned his private pilot's license to fly small airplanes at Boeing Field in 1940. He was working at the shipyards in Houghton when he enlist- ed to join the Navy, complet- ed flight training and earned his Navy pilots wings. He served in World War II. Later, he became a commissioned officer. Link and Virginia McLal- lin Kaiser were married in January 1950 at the Con- gregational Church in Kirk- land. He is survived by be- loved wife of 65 years. Link was called to active Lincoln Kaiser duty as a Navy pilot on July 1950 to serve in the Korean War. After returning from combat duty, he taught nav- igation at the Navy School of Preflight in Pensacola, Flori- da for two years. Link served as the Kirk- land Postmaster for over 20 years. He lived at his Rose Hill home, that he built, for 54 years and was an active volunteer in his community. Link was past Commander of the Kirkland Veterans of Foreign Wars, past. Presi- dent of the Kirkland Kiwan- is Club, a member of Kirk- land's Old Timers breakfast group and author of three books. Link enjoyed fishing, golf- ing, gardening, hunting, camping and traveling with Virginia. He was preceded in death by his brothers Milton, How- ard, Albert and sisters Eu- nice HaberzetleBengtson, Helen Schock and Grace Jones Faulkner. He is sur- vived by his brother, Duane Kaiser of Sumner, Washing- ton; children, Kristine Kaiser Crilly (James) of Wenatchee, Washington, Kathleen Kai- ser Quickstad (John) of Sam- mamish, Washington and Steve Kaiser of Edmonds, Washington; grandchil- dren, MichelaQuickstad, Ken- ton Quickstad and Alix Crilly Whitener (Cy). Private graveside services will be held at Tahoma Na- tional Cemetery in Kent, Washington. Please share memories with the family at www.bartonfu- neral.com. MOTHER'S DAY SALE Montana Silver and all other Jewelry Come check out our brand new Hallmark greeting card selection. We offer FREE prescription delivery within Sundance as well as free prescription mailing. Receive $10 off any prescription transferred from another pharmacy. 224 Main Street Sundance, WY 283-3883 Peek at.the Past 115 Years Ago May 4, 1900 Mr. Baldwin delivers water daily except Sunday. It is a wholesome article, too, com- ing from the famous Pettigrew soft water spring at the east base of Sundance Mountain. George O'Ha~a and Prank Young have leased the Red Front barn in this city and al- ready have it in good running order. They boys are good horsemen and being supplied with excellent teams and.car- riages, have started out un- der favorable prospects for success. They are entitled to a liberal patronage. Dr. Knode's team showed him a lively ride one day this week, having whirled the buggy and driver through the atmosphere at a rate that would lay Tom Matthews in the shade with envy. The doctor managed to steer the fractious cavayos into a livery stable, with no damage ex- cept the breaking of the top of his buggy. The 1875 GALLERY is hosting a class on OU GUr T AI TIgT I NSTI? .UCT BrrT5 aou D http://hor ec urds.com MAY 9th, 9:00 AM 'til 3:00 PM or finished All tools, gou s and supplies fumishedl COME WZTH BUT LEAVE WITH ,. 3METHZhlG WONDERFULJ Can accommodate 12 students, Call 307-283-3301 or 307-283-3666 Bring a lunch to the 1875 Gallery at 109 N. 3rd Street in Sundmce, WY. provided by the Museum & Gallery Foundation 75 Years Ago May 9, 1940 One of the oldest ranches in Crook county changed hands three weeks ago when C.H. McCleUand sold his Rocky Ford ranch to Bert Matthewe of Beulah. Abner C. Settle, a member of the first board of Crook county commissioners, settled on the ranch in 1879 or 80. He filled a homestead entry in the fall of 1882. Mr:,~=Settle sold the ranch to Lucretia Marshbanks, a colored lady, on October 9, 1886. "Aunt Lou," as she was familiarly known to all old times, came to the Black Hills in 1875. She was known as the Angel of the mining town of Central and won the popularity con- test in the Black Hills. "Aunt Lou" lived on the Rocky Ford ranch until her death. Mr. McClelland bought the ranch in the spring of 1917. Crook County Boys Return from Navy - Mr. and Mrs. John Guidinger and son, Do~nIy and Grace Graham went to Cheyenne Friday to meet Chester Guidinger and David (Buzz) Zimmer- schied, who have been in the Navy the past four years. The boys have been stationed at Pearl Harbor the past sever- al years. Chester is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Guid- inger and Buzz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Zimmer- schied. 50 Years Ago May 6, 196S Installation of officers will be held Tuesday night for the new Sundance PTA As- sociation. Mrs. June Milner will be installed as the new president, Mrs. Rose Zelia Proctor, vice president; and Mrs. Verna Clark, secretary- treas~re~.~ ...................... ~Unew6~t-.~iddition to the plant of The Sundance Times is a Fairchild Illustrator Scan-A-Graver. The machine makes plastic engravings and allows The Times to make en- gravings from news pictures as late as the date of publica- tion. Engravings will also be available for job printing and advertising. 25 Years Ago May 10, 1990 A shelterbelt at the Sun- dance swimming pool, a joint effort between Devils Tower Conservation District, City of Sundance and Crook County School District was carried out Monday. Approximately 115 Scotch pine, eastern red cedar and Colorado blue spruce were planted. Jackie Ellsbury, Candice Moeller, Shannon Smith and Carla Cirl~ were some of the stu- dents planting the trees. Sundance Community Church (SBC) lOth and Cleveland, Minister Mel Miller; Sunday Worship- 11 a.m., Fellowship - 10:30 a.m., Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. Chapel of Faith 1 16S. 3rd, Pastor DaveJag- emann, Chapeloffaith.org, Non Denominational-Simply teaching the Bible, verse by verse. Sunday School- 9 a.m., Worship - 10 a.m.; Wednesday Royal Rang- ers and M Pact: Girls - after school, Dinner - 5:30~6:30, Methodist Church 306 Ryan Street, 283-1954, Pastor Ken Ballard; Sunday School - 9:15 a.m,, Sunday Worship - 10:30 a.m, Handicap accessible stairlift Lutheran 4th ahd Ryan, Pastor Norman Wacker, 281-2622; Sunday Worship Service - 9 a.m., Sunday School - 10 a.m.; Wednesday Lenten Sched- ule: Supper - 5:30 p.m., Ser- vice - 6:30 p.m. Church of the Good Shepherd - Episcopal 602 Main, Rev. JoAnne Moore-Priest; Rev. Steve Christy-Priest; Holy Eucharist - Ist, 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month - 9:30 a.m.; Morning prayer - 3rd and 5th Sundays of each month - 9:30 a.m. Church of Jesus Christ Lee Street; Sacrament Meet- ing - 9 a.m., Sunday School - 10 a.m., Priesthood Meeting and Re- lief Society - 1 1 a.m. St. Paul's Catholic Church 805 Oak, Sundance. Fa- ther Killian Mull; Thursdays: Confessions - 5:30-6:15 p.m.; Fridays: Adoration and Bene- diction followed by Mass - 7 a.m.; Sunday Mass - 9:30 a.rn. Oshot6,C munlty Bible Ch-uT :1 .... ' Spain, 605-430-5259; Sunday School - 9:30 a.m., Worship Service - 10:30 a.m. Calvary Temple Assembly of God 240 W. Hwy. 14, Spearfish, (605) 642-3844, Pastor Mark Chaplin; Sundays: 9 a.m. Sunday School, tO a.m. Wor- ship Service; Wednesdays: 6:30 p.m. Adult/Children/ Youth Services Church of Christ 369 W. Highway 14; Bible Study - I0 a.m., Worship -11 a.m, Gateway Baptist Church 6 Antelo pe Lane, off Front- age Road East, John Burns, Pastor, Phone: 283-1756, pastorjohn burns@gmail. cam, www.gatewaybap- tistsundance.com; Sunday School - 9:45 a.m., Worship - 10:45 a.m., Evening r6 p.m,; Wednesday Bible Study and with easy access. Nursery available. Countryside Church 625 Woodland Drive, Spearfish, (605) 642-0585: Saturday - 6 p.m., Sunday ~9 and 10:40 a.m. Exit 12, Spearfish, (605) 642-4036, mvbc@rushmore.com, www.spearfishc hurch.com; Adult Sunday School - 9 a.m., Worship - 10:30 a.m. Hope Lutheran Church, Wisconsin Synod 9135 34th St., Spearfish, (605) 722-3857, Pastor Mark Schutz; Sunday Morning Worship - 9 a.m., Sunday School - 10:15 a.m. Vineyard Christian 3 Industrial Drive, Pine Haven, (307} 756-3211, Pastor Duke Tabor; Sunday Morning Wor- ship - 10:30 a.m.; Wednesday Kinship Groups - Call for info. RANGE Y|'RE CORN|(T|I