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PAGE 20 THE SUNDANCE TIMES Model aircraft and sport ears have sprouted in wild profusion this week at the Crook County Art Gallery. The gallery for the next three weeks will feature the modeling works of Howard Allen with an assist from his son Jim wire built a Camaro and three MAY I5, 19@6 Pictured here is one of the several paintings by Rdm, m Neberguil, Carl.e, which are now on display at the Crml County Art Gallery. The oil paintings and watercolors will be exhibited through May 30. Samuel Hook Dakota Stockgrowers Association and the Farm Bureau. Survivors include his wife, of Nisland; three daughters. Roberta Queen, Spearfish, Al- berta Krush, Belle Fourche and Rite Hook, Rapid City; a sen-in- law, Pete Knish, Belle Fourche; and three grandsons. He was preceded in death by a sister, infant brother and a half- sister. Services for Wyoming and South Dakota rancher Sam A. Hook, 81, Nisland, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the United Methodist Church in Belle Fourche with the Rev. Kenneth Hairgrove officiating. Burial will be in the Pine Slope C metery in Belle Fourche. A memorial has been estab- lished to the Hospice of the Black Hills in Rapid City. Hook died Saturday at the home of a daughter in Rapid City. He was born July 31, 1904, in Maitland to Samuel and Margaret Hook. He attended school in Spearfish and St. Onge, Buckeye, Ariz.. and rural schools in Weston County, Wyo. He married Mary Roberts June Corvettes of varying vintage. Model aircraft include aircraft from beth World War 2 mad the Vietnam War, both prop jobs and jets. Photo by Pat Larsen. Benjamin Stoller Funeral services for Benjamin Charles Stoller, 84, were held Friday, May 9 at Fidler Funeral Chapel, Spearfish, with Rev. Harvey Sander officiating. Inter- ment was in the Rosehill Ceme- tery at Spearfish. Stoller died at Lookout Mem- orial Hospital in Spearfish May 6. Memorials may be given to the Hickory House. He was bern November 19, 1901 at Armour, S.D., the son of Charles and Rose {Heft) Stoller. As a small child he traveled in a covered wagon with his parents to a homestead north of Elgin, N.D. where he grew up. On September 21. 1922 he married Helmi S. Nurmi at Elgin. They lived at Elgin until moving to Spearfish in 1935, where he ran a dairy farm. After moving to Deadwood in 1949, he operated a recording studio. Stoner and his wife were always interested in music, and he wrote many songs, many of wltich are recorded in the George B. German Archives at Sioux Falls, S.D. Helmi Stoller passed away on December 10, 1975 at Deadwood. Until 1976, Benjamin Stoller continued to live at Deadwood, then moved to Spearfish. In the fall of 1978, he moved to Sun- dance, and on July 19. 1979 he married Helen Carlson Cunning- ham. The couple lived in Sun- dance before moving to the Maple Apartments in Spearfish in March, 1980. They recently moved into the Hickory House. He was a member of the Black Hills Song Writing Association, the Spearfish Senior Citizens, and played in the Spearfish Senior Citizen's Band for several years. Survivors include his wife, Helen Stoller, Spearfish; four daughters, Mrs. Harold (Joan) Skeesick, Sundance, Mrs. Delbert (Iona} Gorham, Tempe, Arizona, Mrs. James (Delphine) Arsen- ault, near Boston, Mass., and Mrs. Toby (I~nda) Therrian, Noxon, Mont. and Tempe, Ariz.; two sons, Delbert B. Stoner, Omaha, Neb. and Gilbert C. Stoller, Chicago Heights, 111.; two step.sons, Harry Cunningham, Hugo, Minn. and Robert Cun- ningham, Livingston, Tex.; 31 grandchildren, 49 great-grand- children, 12 step-grandchildren, and five step-great-grand- children; five sisters, Rose Gary, .Kennewick. Washington, Bertha Bell, Hilda Gallivan and Anna Dittus, all of Spearfish, and Violet Hanson, Rollins, Mont.; and a brother, Gilbert Stoller, Custer, S.D. Besides his parents and first wife, he was vreceded in death by four grandchildren, a brother William H. Stoller, and two sis- ters, Pearl and one in infancy. Hulett high school will grad- uate 13 seniors on Monday, May 19, while Moorcroft high school will have 17 seniors graduating on Wednesday, May 21. Commencement exercises will begin at 5 p.m. in Hulett at the school gym and will be held in Moorcroft at 7 p.m. in the high school gym. Hulett's baccalaure- ate is scheduled for 7 p.m. Sun- day, May 18. Moorcroft's bacc- alaureate will be held in conjuc- tion with graduation. Processional and recessional music will be provided at Hulett's ceremonies by Susan Day. The invocation and benediction will be given by Father Richard Hitt of St. Paul's Catholic Church. Guest speaker will be Janice Ostdahl of Bowman, N.D. Either Lfta Jolley or Michelle French will be named valedic- torian later this week; the other will be named salutatiorian. In MoorcroR,. music will be Business workshops set in Hulett The Wyoming Business De- velopment Center located at the Sheridan College, Gillette Branch will be presenting a series of workshops on May 15, 22 and 29 in the Hulett School Lunchroom beginning at 7 p.m., running about two hours. The first session on May 15 will be presented by Les Anderson, who will discuss various invest- ment ideas, including proper di- rection, Keeping your earnings, stocks, mutual funds, bonds and IRAs. Anderson was educated at Santa Monica College, UCLA and the University of St. Louis. His major is in accounting and finance. The session held on May 22 will be presented by Willis Chrans, speaking on real estate as an investment. Topics discussed will include investment objectives, market timing, reason to invest, forms of ownership, risk and controlling value. Chrans has a B.S. degree in business adminis- tration and is a licensed Wyoming real estate broker. 1986 Wyoming highway map now available This year's Wyoming highway map has been distributed throughout Wyoming and is avail- able to the public free of charge. Single maps are available from local Chambers of Commerce and various commercial establish- ments, as well as Wyoming High- way Department shops and De- partment of Revenue ports of entry. Business owners and operators wishing to obtain quantities of maps should contact their local Chamber of Com- merce, The maps are intended for free distribution only, and anyone at- tempting to sell a Wyoming high- way map should be reported to the Highway Department of Highway Patrol. Riesland named Chadron diplomat Kay Riesland, Hulett, has been selected to serve as a diplomat at Chadron State College during the 1986-87 school year. She will be a junior at CSC this fall. The diplomats are among those who serve as the College's good- will ambassadors. They assist with various activities, lead campus tours and may be given special assignments by the presi- dent or dean of students. Kay is the daughter of Wilk and MaryAnn Riesland of rural Hulett. Yard Sale Responsibility Would you be protected by your home insurance if a visitor accidentally got in- jured while browsing around the yard sale held on your property? Under certain conditions you could be li- able. Check with your insur- ance agent before you ad- vertise the sale. provided by the MoorcroR high On May 29, Mark Dorr will make a presentation with a gen- era] question and answer format relating to current tax law, im- plications of potential tax law changes and tax planning strategies. Dorr is a CPA belong- ing to the Wyoming Society of Certified Public Accountants and has a BSBA degree from the University of Denver. Cost per participant to attend an individual session will be $4. The entire seminar cost will be $10. Those professionals wishing to register for one continuing educa- tion unit may do so and earn the unit by attending all three ses- sions. The program is co-sponsored by the Hulett Business Club' and Hulett Community Education. If anyone wishes to take the classes please pre register. You may do so by calling Pat Brimmer at 467-549fl or Freida Dent at 46% 5220 and they will send you the necessary form. Tenative plans for a workshop dealing with profits and cash flow are planned for June 5 in Hulett. A clean system runs longer. To preserve your car's life, remember to change filters regularly. It's a fast, easy job--one your car's performance and engine depend on. 283-1355 Sunduce to school band. The benediction will be Ran Adams. 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