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PAGE 10 THE SUNDANCE TIMES OCTOBER 26, 1995 The storm started here in the early morning hours of Sunday with light sleet and before it was over about I0 inches of heavy wet snow had fallen in the Sundance area. The storm was widespread in the Rocky Mountain area. Skies cleared Monday and warmer tem- peratures returned to the area and began melting the snow. Verna "Ginger" Schulze Funeral services for Vema "Gin- ger" Schulze, 63, Belle Fourche, SD and formerly of Newel, SD and Sundance, WY, were held Friday, October 20, 1995 at 10a.m. atthe Church of Christ in Belle Fourche. Terry Brogh officiated with inter- ment at Green Mountain Cemetery at Sundance, WY. A memorial has been established. Funeral arrangements were un- der the direction of the Funeral Home of the Northern Hills, Belle Fourche, SD. Vema, Ginger to her family and friends, was born March 31, 1932 at Hawk Springs, WY to Nathanlel and Ethel Agnes (Yockey) Metcalf. She grew up and spent her early adult life on the west coast, re- turning to Wyoming in 1957. Ginger was united in marriage to Fred G. Schulze on October 19, 1957 at Ft. Collins, CO. Following their marriage, they lived in Sun- dance. In 1970 they purchased a farm at Newell, SD. In addition to helping with the farm, Ginger worked as a lab technician at Da- kota Farms Cheese Factory in St- urgis and various cafes. In 1991 Ginger entered the Belle Fourche Long Term Care Center where she died Tuesday morning, October 17, 1995. When not at work, Ginger could be found at home busy with her hobbies, sewing, woodworking, yard and garden or playing her guitar. She especially enjoyed hav- ing her children and grandchil- dren around her. Grateful for having shared in her life are her two sons, Glen and Cindy Schulze, Belle Fourche; Jeff and Patty Schulze, Newell; two daughters: Lori (Mrs. John) Delghton, Newell; Cindy Clyde, Belle Fourche; twenty grandchil- dren; two great-grandchildren; two sisters: Lucflle Brisboy, Idaho and June Applegren, California. She was preceded in death by her NOI TII[RN 1-90 & Highway 85, Spearfish,.642.4212 7:oo0.~ Thanks for Everything, s.t4 & 7 Love Julia Newmar SunS&7 Pat3 "Never Talk to Strangers" Rebecca DeMomay Antonio Bamderu 2 Three Wishes Stsrte Frl 7:15 & ~15 PO Paddck 9wayze ~. The Scarlet Letter 7:00 9:20 Set 4, 7 & 9:29 R Sun $, 7:20 & Deml Mourn ~30 Oary Oldman 4 "Get Shorty" 7:15 & g:15 R John Trevolta Danny 0eVito Gem Hegkmsn parents, her husband in 1993, one daughter, one son, two brothers and four sisters. Gene Logan Brimmer Graveside services with interment for Gene Logan Brimmer, 68, long- time Alzada, MT resident, will be held Thursday, October 26, 1995 at 2 p.m. in the Alzada Cemetery, Alzada, MT. Rev. John Rose of Rangeland Ministries, Alzada, MT will officiate at the services. Brimmer suffered an apparent heart attack and was taken by ambulance to Lookout Memorial Hospital, Spearfish on Saturday, Oct. 21 where he died. A memorial has been established for the Alzada Volunteer Fire De- partment. Brlmmer was born on October 12, 1927 near Hulett, WY, the son of Logan Joseph and Mary Katherine (Page) Brimmer. He grew up near Hulett and Rocky Point, WY where he had moved when he was I0. He began working on ranches in the area when he was 13 years of age. Brimmer was married to Emma AdelineAbelt on December9, 1945 at Broadus, MT. They lived at AI- zada, Torrington, Sundance and Hulett, WY where he operated dirt moving equipment, sawmills and was active in ranching. He also drove a truck for Bud Rozell. Brimmer operated the Valley Inn and Cafe at Alzada, a service sta- tion and ranched at Alzada. He was an avid pilot, a member of the Alzada Fire Department and was a friend to everyone and always ac- tive in community affairs and helping others. He married Carley Collins on November 28, 1971 at Baker, MT. Survivors include hls wife, Carley Brimmer, Alzada, MT; three daughters: Kathy Merchen, Gil- lette, WY; Velda Brimmer, Hulett, WY; and Laurel Jackovich, St. Onge, SD; two sons: Lonny "Bud" Bartlett, Gillette, WY; Lindy Barlett, Alzada, MT; two brothers: Ray Brimmer, Weatherford, TX and Jerry Brimmer, Tonasket, WA; two o ....... ~i~:~ Travel was dlfl~.e,,Jt ~-t times ~though vehicles kept moving. As the picture above shows, trees and shrubs were especially hard hit. Trees, many still carrying their leaves, found the snow load too much and had branches torn off. sisters: Peggy Whitney, Spearfish, SD and Patsy Nlcholsen, Blchtree, Me; ten grandchildren and~ one great-grandson. He was preceded in death by his parents, his step-mother Freida Brimmer and a granddaughter, Jerie JeNay Thomas. Fidler Funeral Chapel of Spearf- ish, SD is in charge of arrange- ments. Raymond E. Harley Funeral services for Raymond E. Harley, 49, Lead, SD were held Tuesday, October 25, 1995 at 10 a.m. at the Carlsen-Jolley Funeral Home in Spearfish, SD. He died Friday, October 20, 1995 as a re- sult of a heart attack while on his mountain near Aladdin, WY. Ray was born January 20, 1946 at Custer, SD to parents George and Bessie (Jones) Harley. He graduated from Custer High School, and moved to the Northern Hills area, was employed at the Homestake Gold Mine and started his family. Although his first marriage ended in divorce, it gave hlm two chil- dren, Roxanne and Toby. On Au- gust 13, 1977 he married Donna Gregg, who had two children, Kerry and Brian. They bought a home in Spearfish where they lived until their children had graduated and left home. They moved to Lead and in 1994 they bought Sugar Loaf Mountain near Aladdin where they planned to build a log home in which to retire. Ray was happiest in the Black Hills. He was an avid hunter and spent the majority of his free Ume working on his dream of someday living on his mountain. Although he loved being at one with nature, his greatest love in llfe was his family and friends. He was a gen- erous man. He gave his love, wis- dom, time and energy to anyone who was in need. He was always there to help when someone asked and never expected anything in return. He was dearly loved and will be missed by many. He is survived by his wife, Donna Satu?ayOct2s Mexican ::/ i m Food Buffet 5 P.M. m 9 P.M. $6.95 * * * * * * * * Dance starts at 9 P.M. Prizes for costumes - such as most original, ugliest, etc. Music By Prairie Fire 756-3201 Lozy Y Steakhouse [ ~~ Devils Tower Junction Devils Tower Junction Photo by Howard Allen Harley, Lead; his children, Rex- anne Harley, Sturgis; Toby Harley, Spearfish; Kerry Chester, Dead- wood, Brian Chester, Spearfish; granddaughters, Rachelle and Miranda Routier, Sturgis; broth- era: Roy Harley, Redding, CA and Bob Harley, Ogden, UT; numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and two sisters. Arrangements were with the Carlsen-Jolley Funeral Home, Spearfish, SD. Sundanee Lonestars 4-H Club The Sundance Lone Star 4-H Club held their first meeting of the year on October 8. Attending were Devin Eppler, Harley Eppler, Amy Good- son, Callie Hilty, Nathan Homer, J.R. Livermont, WillYemington and Sarah Yemington. The group held election of officers with the following results: President - Sarah Yemington; vice president -J.R. Livermont; secretary/re- porter - Amy Goodson; treasurer - Nathan Homer and historian - Devin Eppler. MOVING... WE'RE '" First American Title Guaranty Agency of Crook County announces that effective October 30, 1995 we will be located at 121 N. 4th Street Sundance, Wyoming (The Old Library Building) Decker's "Power Coupon" 8 Piece CHICKEN DINNER WITH COUPON Includes Large Order of Seasoned Curly Fries ~ Offer Good Thursday-Fr,day-Saturday Only! I STOCKMENS MOTOR COMPAII 1000 W 2nd St. RO. Box 39 r Mustang GILLETTE. WYOMING 82716 ,%pire :~ i~ Contl)ur ?iobc r~l::~:> Crown Victoria Thunderbird ',an> Tmd',.s Bus, Phone (307) 682-4735 FRANK GRAY Bus. Phone (800) 552-6785 Saies Representative Res. Phone (307) 283-2748 ---USED CAR SPECIAL SALE PRICES 1995 MERCURY SABLE 4 DOOR, SILVER.--9816P .... $1490~. 1995 MERCURY COUGAR XR7, GREEN ...... 9851P...~159( ~ 1995 LINCOLN TOWN CAR, SILVER .......... 9822P .... $2490 I 1995 FORD THUNDERBIRD, RED .............. 9852P .... $1490) 1995 FORD TAURUS 4 DOOR, WHITE ......... 9857P .... $1470} 1995 FORD TAURUS 4 DOOR, SILVER ...... 9856P .... .$14~0) 1995 FORD MUSTANG, WHITE ................. 9850P ...... $1480} 1995 FORD ASPIRE 4 DOOR, WHITE ......... 9848P ...... $98~ 1995 FORD ASPIRE 4 DOOR, BLUE ........... 9849P ..... .$980! 1993 FoRD CROWN ViCTO L , 4 OR, RED ............. ,lS | 1991ACURA LEGEND 4 DOOR, GREY ..................... .$17 , [ 1991 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS SUPREME .................. 19s9 CHEVROLET BERE A 2 DOOR, BLUE ............ 19S9 OLDSMOBILE CUiraSS CIERA, MAROON ....... USED TRUCK SPECIAL SALE 1994 FORD F150 4X4, .................... 1994 FORD F150 4X4, WHITE (NE ~J CHEVROLET 1/2 ::::::::::::::::::::: 1993 ~A.4~.!~!..AN:::... $1 1992 BLUE " - ......... $1 FORD FIS0 4X4, 1992 FORD AEROS , & wJ~urE .... $1~v~_j~ 1991 FORD F250 4X4, RED ....................................... $1~~ 1991 FORD F250 4X4, RED & WHITE ........... ....~~~ae~-- 1991 FORD F150 SUPERCAB 4X4, BROWN 1991 CHEV. 3/4 TON EXT CAB 4X4, BLUE & SLVR---$1~ 1990 FORD F15O 4X4, BROWN ................................... $ 1990 FORD BRONCO, BLUE TUTONE ...................... $11~ ~1989 NISSAN 4X4 PICKUP, RED ............................... $ ~ RANCH AUCTION As we have sold the ranch, we will sell the following listed property at auction. The located 15 miles north of Hulett on Wyoming 112 and seven miles on the Canyon Road or 15 miles west of Alzada Mont. on the Little Missouri haul road signs). Monday, October 30, 1995 * Sale Time !0 a.P. TRACTORS AND FARM EQUIPMENT: 1975 International Tractor w/cab Model 1466; International Tractor w/cab Model 1066; 1978 International Tractor w/cab Model 1086; 1954 Tractor Model 500; 1947 Ford Tractor Model 8N," 1978 New Holland self propelled swather Model International No. 10 3 pt sub soiler (7 shanks); 1981 New Holland round baler Model International 14 ft wheel disk Model 760; 1983 Farmhand loader w/bucket and grapple fork F235; Farmhand power box Model F44A; Farmhand 4 wheel rubber tire wagon; New Holland delivery rake Model 55; Case 5 Bottom pull plow; Vircon Windrow turner; International 3 pt plow 12 ft Model 55; Farmhand wood beam cable stack mover; Murry soil mover 7 yard Model Ford 3 pt post hole digger; Hydraulic bale unrulier; Herd PTO grass seeder 3 pt; John Deers 12 ft drill w/grass seeder Model LZ1410B; Beasley pickup big bale handler Model 1800; Heft steel round bale hauler Model 110; Leon dozer 9 ft; 2 old Farmhands; Case crawler tractor Model 1000 parts; Komer trailer mounted sprayer 300 gal tank. TRUCK AND TRAILER: 1979 GMC truck w/Omaha Standard box & hoist Model 6000; Irvins 18~ livestock trailer; Ace Dumpet pickup dump box and hoist. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT: Rain Master PTO irrigation pump Model 8DP; approximately 150 4, 5, and 6 inch aluminum irrigation pipe in 20 ft lengths w/sprinkler heads; approximat~y 1000 inch aluminum irrigation pipe in 30 ft lengths w/sprinkler heads; 12 inch centrifugal pump w/so~~ inch hose. LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT: Hastings bar 6 cake feeder; Hastings pickup cake feeder; mineral feeders; large hay feeder. SHOP EQUIPMENT AND MISC: Forney electric welder; battery charger; air compressor; tools including drills, grinders, electric saws; 2 portable pickup gas tanks w/pumps; 1000 gal tank needs repair; misc. hand tools; misc. forks; shovels, etc.; old machinery; scrap iron; v and barbed wire. Some household items. TERMS: Cash Lunch Available OWNER: Edna and Larry. Scoggin Hulett, WY * (307)878-4564 SALE CONDUCTED BY: JACK MORAVEC Piedmont 787-4283 BOYD LARSON Spearfish 642-3105 JOHN BUSH Belle Fourche CLERKS: Mae Moravec Wayne Lesmeister Bonnie Clark