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PAGE 1~ THE SUNDANCE TIM]m dUN2 16, 1994 Spring meeting of the Wyoming Clerk of Courts Assn. was held in 8undance last week. Members of the group are shown above during the meeting in the courthouse community room. Speakers included Chief Justice Richard J. Macy of-the Wyoming Supreme Court; District Judge Terence L. O'Brlen and Leonard Munker from the Public Defenders office. Photo by Jim Allen Llbby Healey, Sturgis, SD; two uncles: Edward Hlavka, Sturg/s, SD and John Shlmek, Minneapo- its, MN. Besides his parents he was pre- ceded in death by a brother Charles in infancy. Vincent A. Schmaltz Earl Gray b pictured above showing the picture frames made of barn wood and the concho Jewelry he has donated to the raffle for the Crook County Benefit Trail Ride. Gray donating frames, jewelry for ride raffle One of the benefactors of the trail ride being sponsored by the Sun- dance Senior Center is Earl Gray. Gray is donating three barnwood picture frames and some ladies concho Jewelry for the raffle to be held at the barbecue on June 26. Gray is a long tlme resident of Sundance and a retired school teacher who taught in the Sun- dance school for twentyyears. Prior to that he taught one year in Moor croR and two years in Douglas. He is a member of the Wyoming Coaches Hall of Fame for his work in coaching wrestling. He is married to the former Mints Tats. They have four children, eight grandchildren, and one great grandchild. He had two years in the military and one tour of duty in Korea. Gray Is active in the community. He ls the vice president of the Sundance Senior Center. president of the Senior Housing Board, Commander of the American Le- gion, clerk of the School Board, a member of VFW, the secretary/ treasurer of the Crook County War Memorial Committee and a mem- ber of the Crook County Benefit Trail Ride. The Crook County Benefit Trail Ride will be held June 25.and 26 with an overnight camp in the Bear Lodge. There will be a barbecue on Sunday, June 26 at 5 p.m. at the fairgrounds in Sundance: Atten- dance at the barbecue is on a do- nation basis with the proceeds going to the Crook County Senior Centers. For more information call the Io- cal senior center. , Joseph Gerald Hlavka Funeral services for Joseph Ger- ald Hlavka, 54, Sundance, were held on Tuesday, June 14, 1994 at 2 p.m. at the United Methodist Church In Sundance. The Rev. Lowell Kames, pastor of the church, and Rev. Alvin Brucklacker, Philip, SD, officiated at the services. In- terment was in the Mount Moriah Cemetery at Sundance. Arrangements were under the direction of F/dler-Roberts North- eastern Wyoming Funeral Chapel of Sundance. A memorial has been established by the family. " Mr. Hlavka passed away early Friday afternoon, June I 0, 1994, at the Crook County Memorial Hospital in Sundance followln~a heart attack. Joseph G. Hlavka was born on August 9, 1939 at Faith, South Dakota. the son of Joseph John and Rose (Shimek) Hlavka. He at- tended the Plainview School at Plainview, SD through the sixth grade and then attended the Stur- gis Elementary School and gradu- ated from Sturgis High School in the class of 1957. While in school he was active in band and 4-H. He was married to the former Mary Ann Harrington on June I I, 1986 at Sturg/s, SD. After their marriage they ranched at Plalnview until the fall of 1984 when they moved to Sundance, Wyoraing. He helped organize the Ermlng Volunteer Fire Department at Enning, SD, was a 4-H leader for over 20 years in Meade County, SD, past president of the 4-H leaders association of Meade County, an active volunteer in the Faith Stock Show and Rodeo As- soclation, and was an active member of the Marcus Presbyte- rian Church at Marcus, SD. While in Sundance he operated a recreation center for a year: he was a wood craftsman and created many things out of wood both in South Dakota and Wyoming at his residence. For several years he operated a woodworkJng shop on main street in Sundance. He also drove the city recreation bus and school bus at Sundance. Survivors include his wife Mary Ann Hlavka, Sundance, WY: two daughters: Deborah (Mrs. Kenneth) Morris, Oil]eRe, WY and Patricla Ann Hlavka, Bozeman, MT;, a son: Peter Joseph Hlavka, Sioux Falls, SD: two grandsons Benjamin and Shannon Morris, both of Gillette, WY. Also surviving are an aunt, Funeral services for Vincent A. Schmaltz, 72, Belle Fourche busi- nessman, were held "at I0 a.m., Wednesday, June 15, 1994 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Belle Fourche, SD with Father Gary Oreshoski officiating. Burial followed at Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgis, SD with full military honors. A prayer service was held at St. Paul's at 7:30 p.m. June 14. Memorials may be made to the Boy Scouts of America, Local Knights of Columbus and Crippled Children's Hospital. Vincent died June I I, 1994 at the Belle Fourche Health Care Center after a lengthy illness. He was born July 3, 1921 at Strasburg, N.D. to Joseph and Catherine Schmaltz. The family moved to Belle Fourche in 1932. He graduated from Belle Fourche High School in 1940. He enlisted in the Army Air Force in May 1941 and served his country until being Honorably Discharged in Novem- ber 1945. He worked as manager of the- aters in Rapid City and Deadwood. during 1946. He married Loretta Didier of Rapld City on November 25, 1946 and they lived in Deadwood until May of 1947 when they moved to Belle Fourche. He was active in the Boy Scouts program for many years, belongs0 to Knights of Columbus Council 6275 and the 4th Degree Council. He was a member of St. Paul's Catholic Church where he served on the Parish Council for many years. He was in partnership with his brother Tony in Schmaltz and Sons Masonry Construction from 1947 until the time of his death. Some of his hobbies and talents were in golfing and woodworking. Vincent was a very caring person, he was always concerned with other people's needs. He is survived by his wife, Lor- etta; a daughter, Vicki French and her husband Gary, Wayne, NE; their three children, Nicolle, Lee and Bethany, Lincoln, NE; a son and daughter-in-law, Nick and Betty Schmaltz, Custer, SD; their two sons Roger and Vince; two sisters: Cec/ilie Massett, Spokane, WA and Ann Masseth Linton, ND: four brothers: Joseph, Modesto, CA; Tony, Belle Fourche, SD: Mike, Bremerton, WA; and Ignatius, Rapid City, SD: and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters Theresa and BarbarL and a brother Laurence. Arrangements were under the care of Kline-Frost Funeral Chapel, Belle Fourche, 8D. Meeting set here on revlsed plan for BH forest Forest Service managers have scheduled a series of public meeting in the Black Hills area to kick off the public involvement period as- soc/ated with the release of the Proposed Revised Black Hills Na- tional Forest Plan. Meetings will be held in Newcastle, Spearfish, Custer, Deadwood, Hill City, Rapid City and Sundance. The meeting in Sundance will be held on June 22 in the Crook County Courthouse at 7 p.m. Don't Let Your Comlmtlti~ Get The Jump On You! ~TISE IN DTCD will elect three supervisors Tl~e Devils Tower Conservation District will elect three supervisors on the general election ballot this November, The board of supervl- sots for the district is made up of five elected volunteers. Of those five, three must be rural residents, one urban and one at large su- pervisor. The three positions to be filled this fall will be: one rural, one urban and one at large. Any resident of Crook County may run for these positions. The su- pervisors are elected for a three year term. The duties of the board of super- visors include providing leadership for d/strict activities, by assisting county residents with conservation Decker's Sundance 10K event set The annual Sundance 10K Race/ Run/Walk will be held July 31. Registration will begin at 6:30 a. m. on the north side of the courthouse square. Walkers will be bused to the start at 6:45 a.m. for a 7 a.m. start on the same course used by the runners. Runners will be bused to the start of the point to point course at 7:45 a.m. for an 8 a.m. start All participants finish at the north side of the courthouse where they will be treated to a free breakfast and refreshments pro- vided by Decker's Food Center of Sundance. New this year will be a competi- tive walkers division. The first 12 females and first 12 males will receive awards. Walkers must de- clare a competitive or non-com- petitlve status before the race. Walkers will police their own ranks and be on the honor system to walk the entire distance ffthey choose to be in the competitive walking di- vision. There will be no age group divisions for walkers. Race registration forms and in- formation is now available from Decker's Food Centers in Sundance and Gillette or from Ed or Barb Mignery (283-2209). Early regis- tration is $8.50 and race day reg- istrat/on is $10. A Sundance 10 K shirt, breakfast and refreshments are all included in the registration fee. Common sense in an uncommon degree is what the world calls wisdom. --Samuel Taylor Coleridge and wise use of our natural re- sources. The public meetings held last fall throughout the county, will direct the activities of the dis- trict for the next five years. Infor- mation and education were a hlgh priority for county residents. The Devils Tower Conservation District board of supervisors meets the secondTuesday of each month. The meetings are open to the public. 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