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Evans Services Are Held MOnday ~s.l~aeral serviom ~r Fred , former Sundance resi- , were hekt Monday at 10 ~turgis'nL at the Ft. Meade chapel, , S. D. Evans died May ~t~ Ft. Mea& V A Ho~t~. c~y~c9. ~ng at the services was ~.vPlain Clayton Berry. Burial ~t~/. military honors was in ~ack Hills National Cernetary, ~s, under the direction of ~F. O. Jolley Funeral Home. ~._ red Kermit Evans was born ~h~Y 30, 1926 at Ridgeville, S. C., E- ~ of Rufus and Sallie ~va~s. He was a veteran of wOrld War II. D~e moved to Rapid City in Z~ .and in January 1963 was ~ecl to Mary Sinner at Belle ~e~e. The couple lived in El'."~ rourche, Newell and Rapid : ry before moving to Sundance .~ ~. The ~ly ~d ~ded .t~s since January 1974. 1~. ~ survived by his wife, ~t~' ~turgis; one son, Richa~, ~Orage, Alaska; two daugh- ~=~--~racey and Becky, Sturgis; ~a~ step-in, Doug Dunham and ~,~ st ep-~aghter, Laura Dun- .~~,., '~mgis; his mother, Mrs. ~eE.vans, RidgeviUe, S. C.; 12-~, oro~ers--Cariisle and Wil- ~, .both of Ridgeville, S. C.; oh~_,slster, IVtrs. Boa Thompson, ~h~t.eston, S. C.; and one grand- Hdeff May6 Florence Os~mm The sympa~y of the community goes out to the husband, daughter and family, all sister, and other relatives of Mrs. Chariie (Esther Anderson) Shani, who passed away May 4. The grew up, taught school and spent her life in the tri-state area and her friends were numbered by her acqua~nt- antes Mr and Mrs. Ivan Hauber and little daughter were Saturday night and Sunday visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and l~Lrs Leslie W. Hauber and called on his brothers and families al- so. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Nehnan are paxents of a baby daughter that arrived April 30th at the Spear- fish Hospital. The 1Rtle Miss weighed 7 lbs., 4 ozs. and will vnswvr to the name of Sara Dawn. Mrs. Dick Bush is the maternal grandmother and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and IKrs. Albert Neimau. A nice Mternoou Stanley party was held ~ the home of Mrs. Irvin Brimmer on April 3n with 12 hdie8 and the den~onstrat~, Mr. rKartrnan, of Sturgis, S. D present. Bill Spangler St. has been as- sisting Harvey Hauber in over- hauling a tracto. Mrs Warren Gray was calling in town one p.m. and evening du~. the week. Elsie Terhune and-Mxs Jackie Holmes were invited eve- ..and we have most everything ONION PLANTS White & Yellow Bermuda, Red Hamburger ROSE BUSHES 31~ CLEMATICS ~(" Tomatoes 3~ Petunias ~ Geraniums HANGING BASKETS ~ LILY AND GLAD BULBS Fresh Flowers for All Events OPEN SUNDAYS & EVENINGS IN MAY POSY PALACE 85 South Belle Fourche, S, D. On Her Special Day--~~ ~ith a gift from the J~ck and Jill Shop *** FREE GIFT WRAPPING . Congratulations to Grads The Graduating Girl. Would bke FROM THE Jack 6, Jill Shop 283-2943 Sundance ning dinner guests d the form- cr's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Wolf, Jenni- fer and Tom on April 29. Mrs. Louise Clm'k of Belle Fom'che was a Saturday night and Sunday guest of Mrs. Mamie Stoddard and enjoyed the birth- day dinner at Mamie's daugh- ters held for her a~ the home of her somin-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Rush, Becky, Todd and Pare. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs Dee Clark and son Cleve, Mamie's sister, Mrs, Hel- erm Ista, Mrs. Jerry Ista and Shelia and Mrs. Mildred Storm. The _C.~spei Rock Singers of Sioux Falls, S. D. put ou a nice evening program at the high sohool gym on the 3d and a large crowd attended. Irvin Brimmer and his shear- ing crew, consisting of Gene Griffis and Merle Clark sheared for Glen and Leland Bcimmer in the Rocky Point-Ridge area dur- ing the week. Mrs. Neff Bush was a business caller in Belle Fo~ today. Her son Dean got his sheep sheared during the week. We're happy to know Mrs. Ser- ena Sims is real well of late and enjoying ~s fine weather at the home of her daugl~er, Mrs Lor- raine Brimmer. Sunday, May 12 she will be 90 years of age. Saturday, May 4, Mr. and Mrs. John Wood, their daughter, Mrs. Reva King and sons, and John's brother ~ Wood, wont out to the Warren Wood home to visit and fish That same day Mrs. Bill Wood azcompanied her daughter Mrs. Carolyn Hook and daughters and Mrs. Ethel Hook to Gillette to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wells Jr They were pleased to find Jr. recuperating n~cely following major sm'gery at a Billings Hospital a few weeks ago. Mrs. Bill Spangler Jr. was hon- cred with a lovely layette shower hosted by Mrs' Harvey Hanber and held at the Club House the evening o~ May 3r~t. About 12 lad- ies attended, her mother, Mrs. Harvey Shiller and t~vo sisters- ;--~'-m-law o~ Upton drove over to attend Many lovely and useful gifts were received, the gift table was so daintily decorated and a tasW lunch served. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Pulse were evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood on May 2rid and on Sunday, Nay Sth, the Woods visited at ~e home of fl~r ~dU~y.Mrs. ~ Hook LETTER-TO- THE.EDITOR Dear F_~tor: I woald F/ke to urge all non- smoking readers to write to RepresentaKw Tena Ro~alio legislation bamg~ smoking on public transportation. House Resolution 13853 sponsored by Repres~tafive Peter N. Kyro, I~Mairte is before the House now prohibit smoking on all pas- oenger flights. 1 feel very strong- ly that those inctmsiderate peo- ple who smoke m a placv of liralted air supIfly aro gr~tly endangering the health of my- self and others. I beUeve that one man's right ends when it begins to harm another. 8how yoar concern and write to our congressman. It's the ordy way he can know hew YOU feel o~ legislation. Representative Teno Roncalio, (~f~ 1314 I.~, Building, Washington, D. C. 138S3. Sincerely, Deborah Proctor Rock Springs, Wyo. Getting the Times NEW Gary Dungey, Belle Fourche, Bea Ewing, Sundane RENEWAL Atlis Binney, Belle Fourche, S. D. Arthur D. Rathbun, Hulett Walter Massie, Belle Fourche Charles Hook, Buffalo Howard Zimmerschied, Carfile I3ill Haptonstall, Sundance Jay Mahoney, Alva Mrs. Russell Newlin, Sundance Fred R. Blakeman, Monrcr~t Howard Hauber, Hulott Freida Brimm~, Jake G~f~, Wllma Shaz~e~, S CaS~ce Reuben Hindman, Mrs. W. E. Cameron, Bo~flful, Utah Ruth Frolander, Sumtance Jchu E. Taylor, Ancherage, Ala. c~orge ~ Sundm~ Henry L Martens, Uptm Sore~ Ostby, Hulett Irene Re~aecke, Bettlah Terry Rubald, Devils Tower Mrs. W. H. Blakeman, Beulah Sammy Sewell, Newcastle Daan Hutchins, Casper Mrs. Harry P. Ilsley, Sheridan R. I. Port, Dayton Hanny Parse, Kennerdell, Pa. Forrest Jenkins, Oshoto THE SUNDANCE TIMES Theodore L. Gilbert, Casper Sundance, Wyo. May 9, 1974 ....... / ........ Taxpayers - - The second half of 1973 taxes will become delinquent May 10 After May 10, interest will be charged on the second half. Karen Glover Crook County Treasurer REMEMBER!! GEORGEI EVERYBODY SALE To be held at the old Jim Cole Ranch (same place as laet year), 4 miles north of Gillette, Wyoming on highway 14-16. Turn off highway 14-16 on first road north of trailer court and tan steel buldg, and go 1 mile west. SATURDAY, MAY 11 Sale to start at 10:30 a.m. Lunch Served at Noon MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT 1968 Chev. ],~ ton 4.wheel drive pickup, 17,000 miles, real good, from an estate---1966 Ford )~ ton pickup--Ferguson TO-20 tractor, good condition---JD 15 ft. disc with folding hitch, real goocl---6 wheel Morrill side delivery rake-- Farmhand w/steel teeth and pushoff, real good--Ford two- bottom plow~Nobel blade---Ford 10 ft. single dlsc--left hip cattle & horse reglst~red brand-~and meny olh~r items including stock saddle, good small tools, chain saw, etc. Large Offering of Furniture -- Antiques-- Office Equipment. LATE LISTING: 4 shower stalls---childron's metal school desks ---large chest type deep freeze, real good---several drop in sinks. All kinds of furniture and small items. (You name it, we might have itl) SEE LAST WEEK'S PAPER FOR A MORE COMPLETE LISTING GEORGE EVERYBODY, OWNER R. A. "DICK" MADER, AUCTIONEER CHOICE Heref0rd Bulls FOR SALE Prices are reduced to coincide with the present cattle market. 2-YEAR-OLD BULLS $700 & Up YEARLING BULLS $400& Up Ernest Smith 3 Miles East of Hulett Ph. 467-5605