Clipped From The Daily Plainsman
Â· ' Visil-i T?imÂ£ir')I 7 to UllKl til Viv-| Wal- At Pierre For J. De Sheuquette Final rites for John,' .^uÂ»,u De Sheuquette, 53, who Kob-ljuly 22 at his home, were 25 at the Widdoss Funeral Kuk. Penental. Jos- Drap- and Chapel. The Rev. Ronald Hennies officiated. Burial was in Riverside Cemetery. Honorary pallbearers were Francis Miller. Dr. I.eRoy Ask- ivig. John Neuharth. Tojn Brady, Amos Irving, and Frederick For- ney. Active pallbearers included Morris James, Sidney Twiggs, .,.,,,,Â« o,u..cj iÂ»,sBs. era , a Â±TM?S, n ? .IS".,TM liarn Isburg and Chris Mickelson. ti De Sheuquette was born Oct. 11, 19013, at Lower Brule. He had been a resident of Pierre since 19-15 and was employed al the Pierre Indian School. He married Betty Perilleaux of Belgium 3, 1948, in Pierre. He served in the United Static Army during Ken-1 World War II and upon and his discharge served with the Merchant Marincj". Survivors include his widow; his mother, Mrs. Alice De Sheu- queue. Lower Brule: three Charles. Ray and Jasper and sister. Mrs. Lottie Landeau.