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PAGE 16 THE SUNDANCE TIMES MAY 15, 1986 Truck dassic adds sponsors Organizers for the Great Amer- ican Classic are continuing to lay plans for this first,time series of events. Colman Equipment and Cummins Great Plains Diesel, both Rapid City businesses, have signed on as sponsors. They join West Tire" and Alignment, Dale's Tire and Retreading, Northwest 1986 GRADS You've succeed- ed! All your hard work has paid off Congratulations Peterbilt, and Highland Beverage in support of the Classic. Pete Goedwin, truck classic chairman, is encouraging area truckers to participate in the World's Longest Convoy, scheduled for 8 a.m. Saturday, June 7. The Great American Truck Classic has planned several events of particular interest to spectators. The Truck Pull on Friday, June 6, at 6:30 p.m. is a regional stop on the National Tractor Pulling Association cir- cuit. The Pull will feature 2- WheU and 4-W hell Drive trucks from around the region. , Other entertainment includes a Friday night dance with D.D. and the Fayrohs, the Truck Roadeo (a skill driving competition) and the concert on Saturday night star- ring Dave Dudley and Glenn Barber. Anyone interested should contact the Belle Fourche Chamber of Commerce for more information. BPAm/ATES. To the class of 1986, Congratu- lations and best wishes for all of your tomorrows. Crook County Wdding No doubt about it, Class of 1986. You've done a great job. Auto Body You have a bright future. Aladdin ranch recognized 76 Angus Ranch, Aladdin, has been recognized nationally by the American Angus Association for having 14 registered Angus cows included in the American Angus Association's 1986 Pathfinder Report. Only 844 of the more than 26,000 members of the American Angus Association are repre- sented in this year's report. The Pathfinder Program identi- fies superior Angus cows based upon recorded production traits that are economically important to the commercial cow-c.~l__f pro- ducer. The 1986 report lists 3,308 individual cows. The largest number of Pathfinder cows from a single herd this year is 78, and several hundred breeders have a single cow that qualifies for the exclusive listing. Moore Hill Cemetery Clean-Up It was announced recently that there have been major improve- ments made at the Moore Hill Cemetery, northwest of Hulett. We'll tell the world we're extra proud of you, Class of 1986. BHJ Inc. of the Black Hills you're II ================================= .,. :.:.:..: ::::::::::::::::::::::. :::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::: ..:.: :'Y."::" ...... " " ':':" ::::~::::: .:.: ..o..,.,.,,. ,~ee :!'i::::$::" We salute you this graduation day, you're the best, class of 1986. year an arch with the name "Moore Hill Cemetery" was don- ated and installed in memory of Marie Rush Williams. This year two drive-through gates, a walk- through gate and a chain link fence have been donated in memory of Luther and: Myrtle Hower, long time Hulett area residents. Work will begin on the project Friday~ May 16, and continue Saturday and Sunday with instal- lation and clean-up. The cemetery board is asking that all interested people come and join in these work days. Members of the Range Riders 4-H Club will also be helping on Sunday as part of their Community Pride project. These additions to the ceme- tery will be an asset to the facility as well as the community. It is the goal of the board to have this project completed on Sunday May 18. O.E.S. Pine Cone Chapter No. 41, O.E.S. met at the Masonic Hall in Hulett on Friday, May 2 and held its annual election of officers. Polly and Richard Wonson of Devils Tower were elected to serve as Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron for the 1986-87 year. Installation for them and the entire slate of elective and ap- pointive officers will be held on June 20. A special meeting of the chap- ter is planned for Saturday, May 24, starting with a noon luncheon. Yesteryear's active members will be honored at the open meeting You've got it all together, class Of 1986...we congratu- late you. We share the joys of this graduation with all our friends. SINCERE to the GRADS. We wish you much success and many happy tomorrows. which will follow the luncheon. Chapter members have been ~nvited to attend the following Friendship Night meetings: Upton Chapter No. 32 on May 28; Lebanon Chapter No. 78 of Belle Fourche on June 3 and Newell Chapter No. 121 on June 5. The next regular meeting will be held on May 16 at which time final plans for the May 24 meet- ing will be completed. Eleeta Chapter OES Electa Chapter No. 5 met in regular session May 1 with Worthy Matrons, Dora Hayward presiding. Virginia Hejde, Grand Repre- sentative to Alberta, Canada was introduced. Election of officers was held. Those elected were: Worthy Matron, Marcelline Cliver; Worthy Patron, Associate Matron, Associate Patron, Conductress, sociate Conductress, Cundy; Secretary, Treasurer, Doris Worthy Matron Dora announced that the next June 5, would be night. Guest officers vited from surrounding Editor's Quote What people say your back is the to Kyle And all his buddies You really are suporI Your talents and enthusiasm can helpbuild a better future for all of us. You hold the promise of tomorrow. Ph. 283-3477 II Your success will be measur- ed by initiative and effort. Our congra tula tions to you. Loun You can O 1986 You're a winner today and we know you will meet tomorrow with the same enthusiasm.