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PAGE 12 THE SUNDANCE Devils Tower Conservation District Manager Dorothy Greenwood (left) and Sundance school teachers Chuck Seamands and Carla Livingston conduct a fecal coliform test on a water sample taken from Ditch Creek in Teton County. The vim JULY SS, I~}4 teacher/conservation district team learned we- tar quality monitoring techniques in a workshop held at the Teton Science School. This fail, they will involve Sundance School students in moni- toring area stream water quality. Frances Hoyer Frances Hoyer, 72. Rapid City, SD died Thursday, July 21, 1994 at her daughter's home in Denver, CO. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. on Monday, July 25, 1994 at the Carlsen-Jolley Funeral Home in Sturgls. SD with Chaplain Si- mon Looking Elk officiating. Burial was in the Black Hills National Cemetery, Sturgis, SD. Frances Louise Reynolds was born June 9, 1922 in Sundance, WY to Forrest and Ethel (MacAlTy) Reynolds. Frances was raised in Montana and as a young woman lived in Wyoming. ", She was united in marriage to Harold Hoyer in Sundance, WY on November 6, 1945. Frances and Harold farmed and ranched north of Belle Fourche, SD after their marriage until 1955 when they moved to Helena, MT. In 1961 they moved back to South Dakota and for ten years have spent their re- tirement between South Dakota and Denver, Colorado. Frances had worked as a nurses aide and also provided a loving home for the elderly in her own home. Frances always enjoyed working with her hands. She is remembered for her balrdng and crocheting skills. She enjoyed time spent with her family camping, hunting and traveling. Survivors Include four sons and daughter-in-laws: Clifford and Barbara Lolley, Denver, CO; Jerry Lolley, Denver, CO: John and Lucy Hoyer, Black Hawk, SD; Jim and Deanna Hoyer, Faulkton, SD; five daughters and sons-in-law: Vir- ginia Arnold, Belle Fourche; julia Kraft, Denver, CO; Frances C. and Jack Wendt, Rapid City, SD; Sha- ron and Bob Burr, Yoder, CO; Ly- dia and Paul Carroll. Rapid City, SD; two step brothers: L. D. Knerr, Great Falls, MT and Donald Knerr, Denver, CO; 31 grandchildren and 35 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Harold in June of 1991, one grandson Dean Knerr and one granddaughter, Debble Martines. Arrangements were with the Carlsen-Jolley Funeral Home of Sturgis, SD. William Melvin Denniston Bill Denniston, a long-t/me resi- dent of New Haven, WY dlt~i at the Rapid City Regional Hospital on July 19, 1994 after a lengthy Ill- ness. Services were held at the Hulett, Wyoming auditorium on Friday, July 22, 1994 at 2 p.m. Burial was In the New Haven "Cemetery. Blll was born on November I, 1927 and raised at New Haven. He married Ella Harper In 1948. They lived at Rocky Point for a time, then moved back to the New Haven area. Bill worked for several ranchers in the area, including Lewis and Willis Clark. Two children were born to this marriage, Cathy Lorraine and Calvin Roy. In 1957 Bill went to work for Homestake Mining Company and In 1965 transferred to Lead, SD with Homestake. In 1969 his wife. Ella, died. In 1974 he married Bertha Kirch. He retired in 1985 and returned to hls ranch at New Haven, where he resided until his death. He Is survived by hls wife, Bertha of New Haven; his daughter Cathy Dennlston Wheeler, Sundance; his son Calvin, New Haven, WY; four sisters: Ruby Mae Johnson , Thurman, Iowa; Opal Louise Maynard and Alice Mable Cochrun, both ofSturgis, SD; and Ellen Joan Sutton, Kaycee, WY. Also surviv- ing are eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Clark Melvin and Jessie Mable; two brothers. Ray Manley and Glen Arnold; sisters Maudie Bell Shaw, Sarah Elizabeth Ba- chlor and Viola Franklin. Also preceding him in death was one great-granddaughter. Fidler-Roberts Northeastern Wyoming Funeral Chapel of Sun- dance, WY were in charge of the services. Mary Ann Chaffin Kesler Mrs. Mary Ann Chaffln Kesler, Oxford, MS died Friday, July 22, 1994 at the Baptist Memorial Hos- pital in Oxford. Death was caused by cancer. Services were held July 23, 1994 at the Waller Funeral Home Chapel in Oxford and In- terment was at the Eastover Me- morial Cemetery, Oxford. The officiant was Pastor Bo~rd Mansaarez. Mrs. Kesler, 59, was a former Sundance resident. She was a school bus driver, and a teacher's alde at Lafayette Elementary SChool in Oxford. Mrs. Kesler was a member of the Worldwide Church of God. Survivors include her husband, Stanley E. Kesler; five daughters: Sezanne "Sue" Irby, Oxford; De- borah "Debbie" Hargrove, WestpoinL MS; Rebecca "Becky" Allen, Jacksonville, Ark; Julie Lewis. Brandon, MS; and Gloria Sturdivant. TIllatoba. MS; her step- mother. Doris Chaffin, Wheatland, WY; two sisters: Lynne Snow. Wilbaux, MT and Kay Wilcox, Elizabeth, WY; one brother, Jake Chaffln, Wheafland, WY; and I I grandchildren. Fish Without Valid WY License Quinton Vavra, Esterville, IA, $100. Driving While Under the Influence John W. Bernhard, Sundance, WY, $ 100.00 Victims Comp, $20.00 Court Costs, $750.00 Fine, 6 Months Jail. Craig Allan Neiger, Rapid City, SD, $50 Victims Comp., $20.00 Court Costs, $750.00 Fine, 6 Months Jail. Craig Allan Neiger, Rapid City, SD, $50.00 Victims Comp., $20.00 Court Costs, $750.00 Fine, 6 Months Jail, Gary D. Lake, Cuba, Me, $50.00 Victims Comp., $20.00 Court Costs, $750.00 Fine, 6 Months Jail Controlled Substance John W. Barnhard, Sundance, WY, $I00.00 Fine, 6 Months Jail. Driving Under Suspension John W. Barnhard, Sundance, WY, $400.00 Fine, 6 Months Jail. Dallas Dean Hogan, $20.00 Court Costs, $200.00 Public Defender, 90 Days Jail, Suspended 90 Days, 6 Months Probation, $300.00 Fine, Suspended $250.00. Craig Allan Neiger, Rapid City, SD, $20.00 Court Costs, $750.00 Fine, 6 Months Jail. Gary D. Lake, Cuba, Me, $20.00 court Costs, $750.00 Fine, 6 Months Jail. COURT JUSTICE COURT Week of July 18, 1994 Speeding Emil R. Welch, Moorcroft. WY, 65/55. $50: MarkA. Lowe, Fresno, CA, 74/55, $32; Gracie E. Alex- ander, Gillette, WY, 78/55, $90; Bryan Phlllip Klingelhoets, Lander, WY, 76/55, $75; James R. Eschweiler, Alameda, CA, 70/55, $6o. Scott E. Joe Williams, Spearfish, SD, 70/45, $85; Dwight Dana Donner, Upton, WY, 70/55, $20; Eric P. Hedblom, Minneapolis, MN, 75/55, $70; Thomas H. Bergan, Pittsford, NY, 85/65, $105; James M. Herrmann, Dunwoody, GA, 85/ 65, $I05. John E. Doherty. Portland, OR, 75/65, $50; Michael J. Conway, Gillette, WY, 80/85, $75; Daniel Bruce OBrien, Bloomington, MN, 73/55, $34; William H. Martin, Ludlow. MA, 85/65, $I00; Roy A. Van Dreel, Box Elder. SD, 75/65, $155. Ricky L. Kreuger, West Point, NE, 77/65, $65; Mandilee Locke, Up- ton, WY, 84/55, $120; Travis Watkins, Salem, SD, 84/55, $120; Helen H. Justice, Virginia Beach, VA, 84/65, $95; Richard Weiss, Amberg, Germany, 74/55, $37. Nick G. Demas Ill, Rock Springs, WY, 92/65, $140; Bernd A. Vick, Northridge, CA, 50/30, $70; Therese M. Buss, Brookfleld, Wl, 79/55, $95; Ruth H. Grebik, Mllsord, MI, 76/65, $55. Jennifer Elizabeth Johnson, Tucson, AZ, 95/65, $155; Lisa M. Buck, Hammond, IN, 91/65, $135; Tanya Lynn Pzlnski, Newcastle, WY. 49/30. $73; David Grifflt~h, Gillette, WY, 75/65, $55, Off Road in State Park Clara Mary Peterson, Seattle, WA, $50. Fail to Maintain, Repair Vehicle Darren Miles, Fosters Inc., Belle Fourche, SD, $220. Failed to 8top at Port Robert D. Bornhorst, Sr., Wall Lake, IA, $50. Overweight Vehicle Darren Miles, Fosters, Inc., Belle Fourche, SD, $760. No Park Permit Ryan Russel Stethem, Gillette, WY, $35; Michael Basset Benson, Gillette. WY. $35. No Commael'dal Permit Thomas F. Hall, Dexter, MN, $100; Charles Cue, World Marine Transport, Chicago, IL, $100; Stephen Helm/, Schneiner Spe- cialized, Green Bay, Wl, $100. Drive With Expired Plates Jennifer Elizabeth Johnson, $50. Discharge Fireworks in State Park Chad Mathew Narmemarm, Gil- lette, WY, $35. Not Enough Life Jackets Craig J. Bryan, Gillette, WY, $50. Minor in Possession Aaron M. Williams, Sundance, WY, $150.00 Fine, $20.00 Court Costs, $50.00 Restitution. No Insurance Craig Allan Neiger, Rapid City, SD, $20.00 Court Costs, $750.00 Fine, 6 Months Jail RECORDS Marriage Licenses Merlin Delaine Porterfleld, Belle Fourche, SD and Judy Lee Voyles, Belle Fourche, SD. Robert Stanley Holman, North Carolina, Rebecca Lynne Hlgglns, North Carolina. Eric David Stedman, North Carolina, Tina Mlchelle Fish, Al- addin, WY. Malcolm George Mitchell, Belle Fourche, SD, and Mellssa Marie Smith. Beulah, WY. Michael Allen Fish, Hulett, WY Tom 14anlm OUR THANKS TO YOU... ..... Bob and Liz Gaines of the Lazy Y Steak House would like to thank their patrons of ,, ,u,,Oi th...tS.r.,ort.r.uppo .r.u.m~nh.,~ AS of August 1, Florence Reynolds ad her two sisters - MarJorle and Robin - will ~rmqpr [] be leasing the restaurant. COME OUT & WELCOME THEM Celebrate With Us At 0Re Fri. & Sat., July 29 & You're all invited... @ Coffee & Cake Register for Come on in ...... And celebrate with us CARTER'S & HEATING 421 Cleveland in Sundance Next to The Country REPUBLICAN ALAN COUNTY COMMil and Deborah Anne Eysvogel, Hu- lett, WY. Jeremy Joe Burch, Hulett, WY and Kristie Dawn Martin, Hulett, WY. Ken Ivan Thompson, Hulett, WY and Mary Elizabeth Handrich, Hulett, WY. CITY COURT Daniel Allan Abramson, Burtonsvflle, MD, Speeding 45/ 30, $65. 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