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i!% P~ PAGE I0 THE SUNDANCE TIMES NOVEMBER 9, 1989 Crime Stopper... The Crook County Sheriff's Andrews house. Donald E. Lemrick Services for Donald E. Lemrick, 74, were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Hulett Civic Center with Merlin O'Haver officiating. Lemrick died Nov. 1 at Crook County Memorial Hospital in Sundance. Burial was in the Hulett Cemetery with Fidler-Roberts Northeastern Wyoming Funeral Chapel of Sundance in charge of arrangements. Memorials have been estab- l/shed to the Hulett Civic Center or the Hulett Ambulance Fund. Lemrich was born on July 7, 1915, to Clyde and Heater (Allen) Lemrick in Payne, Iowa. The family lived in Groton, SD; Hopkins, Mo.; Sheridan, Iowa; and Athelstan, Iowa. He moved to the Bear Lodge in Crook County in 1927. Then he lived on the Willson Ranch for a year and then the Hupp Ranch, both north of Hulett. At age 17, he went to work on the Warren Gray Ranch were he resided until his death. He enlisted in the U.S. Army and served in Korea during the Korean War. He returned to the ranch and worked at the Baroid Plant at Colony, Wyo. until he retired in 1974. He was a member of Roy Montgomery American Legion Post No. 80 and a member of the Tower Lodge No. 44 A.F. & A.M. of Hulett. He was an avid hunter and fisherman. Surviving are three sisters, Lois (Mrs. Herbert) Grant of Hulett, Thelme (Mrs. Joe) Miller of Miles City, Mont., and Lola (Mrs. Jack) Goertz of Riverton, Wyo.; and three bro- thers, Cecil Lemrick, Whitehall, Mont., Melvin Lemrick, Buhl, Idaho, and Jim Lemrick, Raton, N.M. He was preceded in death byone sister and two brothers. Richard Sackett, Sundance, Wyo., represented Board develops research, advertising and con- the Wyoming beekeeping industry at the National sumer information programs to increase the Honey Board's Nominations Committee meeting demand for honey. held recently in Washington, D,C. A beekeeper for 18 years, Sackett manages 300 Elected by the State beekeeping industry and colonies of honeybees. He has worked at the appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, USDA's Agricultural Research Service honeybee BEING RE-PAVED. Sackett met with representatives from across the laboratories in Tucson, Ariz., and in Laramie, country to nominate members to serve on the Wyo. National Honey Board. The National Honey NEWS BOX Robitussin NORTHERN HILLS | . g y )h. 642-4~12 Spearfish ! 7:00.9:00 ~l~ ~g Office is asking for help from the public concerning a burglary at Beulah Saturday during the daylight hours. Undersheriff Ken Sipe said antiques were taken in the burglary at the unoccupied He appealed to anyone who might have seen anything sus- picious at that time to contact him at the Crook County Sheriff's Office at 283-1225 or at 283-3711. II S,,. 5:00 I 7:00, 9:00 E 3 Starts FrL 7:15-9:15 7:15-9:15 Methodist Church holiday dinner planned Annual Thanksgiving dinner Turkey, coffee and punch will held by the Sundance United be furnished. Those attending Methodist Church will be at are asked to bring a potluck noon NoO. 12 following the dish. morning worship service. . Road sign in Biloxi, Mississippi: MAIN HIGHWAY OPEN FOR TRAFFIC WHILE DETOUR IS Sundance post office seeking cleaning bids The U.S. Postal this week it is seeking persons interested in cleaning services for dance pest office. for bids is 4:30 p.m. Persons interested mitting an offer to service can contact Bonnie Beaudoin at Cur6s A. Groote, M.D. announces the relocation of his office specializing in diseases surgery of the EAR, NOSE & THROAT and related allergies to: CLOCK TOWER PLAZA 2525 West Main, Suite 208 Rapid City, S.D. 57702 Ph. 605-341-0355 I II IIIII CLINICS HELD IN DEADWOOD SH Memorial Dedication DANCE Old High School Gymnasium Saturday, Nov. 1 1 9 P.M. till ? Wayne Dunn Music By- & The Wyoming Playboys Drawing for Las Vegas Vacation [Approx. $1300 Value] Hand Knit Afghan Hand Painted China Plate [Value $125] [Value $90] SINGLES - $3 COUPLES - $5 Under 12 FREE ~| i I '", MO,ST R ,N FOAM BATH tO..,# Flea & Tick ~I,IU~ Assortod Formulas p,,~,,~=r ~ n, ~00 ~, 15 Oz. "Fo'r~[)~ ~S"" "~~ ~i ~ "~ Assortod Formul 1 UU/~~ .ag dl~mlh ~' Powder13 Oz. A ~ ~o o| h poo _ Shampoo _ 11 Oz. n 15 OZ. J[[[ North America is 9,366,000 square miles in area.It makes ~ l Christian Womon up 16,3 percent of the earth's surface. The Crook County Christen BubblO Bath Regular 40z, Women s Club will hold their 15 Oz. monthly luncheon, November * Ernie 1 89 --- 16, 12-2 p.m. at the Courthouse * Big Bird Co--unity Room in Sun~ce. In CENTRAL PAVILION, at CAM-PLEX in east Gillette, WY 4 Cookie Monster. SA Y, NCN. 11 - lO AM , Or -- = - s -- -- - - _-- = s = ,: ' VEHICLES--TOOLS- ANTIOUES- MISC. Bath Powder Night Relief Cough Syrup 4 Oz. * DM * CF * PE "Your Choice" 9 Oz. "Your Choice" =~=== ~ ~=:==~ 13s Tearless Shampoo 11 Oz. Detangler 7 Oz. !14' Specials Good 11-8-89 Thru 11-14-89 Theme of the program will be "Country Craft Comer. Featur- 4 ed will be a silent auction of handcrafted items. Music will be provided by vocalist, Pare Hunt of Sun- dance. Lori Andrea, the guest speaker from Douglas, will bring the message entitled, "Homespun and Heartfelt". All women are invited and a nursery for pre-school children is available at no cost. For reservations call 283- 1846, 467-5505 or 756-3222 by q Nov. 13. Taxpayers- A reminder that the first installment of 1989 taxes will be delinquent on November 11, 1989. If you wish to pay the entire tax at once there is no Interest or penalty if it's paid by December 31, 1989. Karen Glover Crook County Treasurer 1984 Ford 150 pickup, low mileage---tandem two-horse trailer, mint cond.---Proto mechanic's toolbox---pump jack w/Briggs & Stratton motor, nearly new---2 used 17.5 x24 backhoe tires---MODEL T 400 WEATHERHEAD hyorauiic nose ASSEMBLY SYSTEM w/fitting & saw for making hydraulic hoses---2 pOnd mills---2500 LBS CRESTED WHEAT GRASS SEED, TESTED go+~ pure w/95% germination & no noxious weeds--- 2-wheel trailer w/3'xG'x3' box---4 8-hole 16" plckup, rims ---drill press---10.OOx20 tires chains---set of double IO.OOx20 tires chains---2 sets 750x16 tire chains--4og chains---handymen jack---propane bottles---tires chains-- 11951Volkswagon van---old farm dinner bell---30 sheet corrigated fiberglass roofing or sidlng---new saddle ~blankets---nylon ropes---ELECTRIC MEAT SPLITTING SAW--- pickup toolbox---several bicycles---4 Ford rims & tires ~for Ford Courler---air compressor---t0 sheets heavy flat galvanized meta]---some good used tires---wheel barrow--- pr. chaps---someused carpet---car ramps---step ladder---d I dozen this year's PULLETS, laying now---4 GEESE---grill guard---6' patio door---some windows---baseboard.heaters- stereo---several hot water heaters---assortment of Tonka ~ ,toys---IS0 record albums---telephones---new toilet stool & sink---~-dr, filing cabinet---kltchen table---lamps--- electric heaters---several wood stoves--~TOKERMATIC PARLOR HEATING UNIT---floor sweeper for shop, like new--- gas stoves---roiling file cabinet---large assortment of tools---bird cage & s~nd---meta] & wood folding chairs--' ANTIOUIES: Antique dresser---antique wood chair---old truck---old wood dining room se~s w/4 chairs---old corn ~planters---antique water pump---sm~ll antiques heating stove---chest of drawers---cream cans---pottery kiln for firing pottery,--e~d tables---antique treadle sewing machine---misc, antiques and old tools from an estate--- GUIq~410 shotgun---12 gauge shotgun---MarliO 30-30, new, never flred---caliber 45 musket---misc, items - PARTIAL , LISTING - BE SURE TO COME & LOOK! The .~ather has always b~EX_ _ _CE. NTyL_PAVILION_!_ _ __-Jm~1 ~ TERMS: CASu ~t ~.=~,,~, ~, ~,, GEORGE EyEW/leOOY, OWNER A P.A. DICK MADER l SONS, AUCTIONEERS~ ~ _ GII ette, ~f - 682-3882 ~ t ,v -v ~,- ,,.- ~ PARTIAL LISTINGI "~ ~'~t'" :, FOOD CENTER "family Owned Supernmrkefs h)r over ,7S years." We Reserve The To Limit Quanti A Proud Food S of the