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P4-Star-Tribuno, Casper, Wyo. Tuesday, Dec. 2, ,1980 iObituaries Calendar James II. Farmer The Mass of the Resurrection (or James H. Fanner, 60, will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church In Casper. ; Father Daniel Colibraro will be the telebrant. The rosary will b recited at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the. Bustard Funeral Home. Mr. Farmer died Saturday evening at t. Luke's Hospital at Denver following a orlef Illness. ; He was born July 1, 1920, at Casper, and was reared and educated here. He graduated from Natrona County High School in 1939. On Nov. 6, 1941, he married Bettle J. Perlinskl at Las Vegas, Nev. Mr. Farmer had worked in the trucking Industry from 1939 to 1949. He bad worked f?r Gates Rubber Co. until 19SS, then for Dick Hoff Construction until 1968, when he purchased the company and changed the name to Steel Structures Inc. He was president of the company at the time of his death. He was a member of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church and the Holy Name Society of the church. Mr. Farmer was also active in . Boy Scouts, the Women's Athletic Booster Club at Casper College and the Poison Spider Track Club. Besides his wife, be Is survived by four sens, Randy, Frank, Mike and Ken, and two daughters, Mrs. Maynard (Cookie) Johnson and Kathy Farmer, all of Casper; one sister, Lillian Holmes of Casper; and Funerals TRINE MAES The rosary will be recited 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Memorial Chapel for Trine M$es. The Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Anthony's Catholic Church, with the Rev. R.H. MacLellan of St Anthony's officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Gardens. B J. (Barney) QUENNEVILLE Services for BJ. (Barney) Quennevtlle win be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Memorial? Chapel with Dr. Thomas Norman of First Christian Church officiating, with military rites by George Vroman Post 12, American Legion. Burial win be in Memorial Gardens Cemetery. ROBERT F. SPENCER Graveside services for Robert F. Spencer win be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at Memorial Gardens Cemetery, with the Rev. Tim Solon of St Stephen's Episcopal Church officiating. Friends may call until 1:30 p.m. Wednesday after which time the casket win be dosed. v t!a5IltPCS ' ntmM micnn phone 234-7123 ' herbert c. atwood Services for Herbert C. Atwood were held Mtfaday at 1 p.m. at the Bustard Funeral Home, with the Rev. Stewart McCbesney of the Ward Baptist Church officiating. Burial was In Highland Cemetery. Pallbearers were Lewis Meyer, Leo Wagner, Gary Kuphansen, Mark Doss, Edwin Sebum an and Harry M. Burback. V CARLJ.CREVISTON Service for Carl J. Crevtetoo were held at I p.m. Monday at Bustard Funeral Home, with the Rev. John Gerberding of Grace Lutheran Church officiating. Military rites were accorded by YTW Post9439. Burial was In Highland Cemetery. Pallbearers were David M. Wales, Arthur J. Wales, David M. Wales Jr., James J. Wales, Michael McElrad and Ricky E. Knapp. JAMES H. FARMER The Mass of the Resurrection for James H. Farmer will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday at Our Lady of Fitima Catholic Church, with Father Daniel Colibraro as celebrant The rosary win be recited It ?:tt p.m. Wednesday at Bustard Funeral Home. Burial win be Highland Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Blue Envelope Heart Fund would be appreciated by the famny. NATE'S FLOWERS 3"No Mater Where You Are, noresnuoie 10 iou I M S.-S-C3 d Raa-23-23 Flower 6.12 Y Ave. pm & f -v Today ' - ' PUBLIC EVENTS CasperFamlly'YV!.;.iM 6 a.m. Swimming pool reopened. Information: 234-9187 International Reading . Associatlott p.. . 4 p.m. Verda James School. All members and non-members invited to attend. ' i Emergency Medical Tech. 10 a.m. Committee meeting at Casper CoUege,center 203 '; " .' ' ' James H. Fanner nine grandchildren. He was preceded In death by his parents and two brothers. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Blue Envelope Heart Fund would be appreciated by the family. Burial win be In Highland Cemetery. Robert F. Spencer Graveside services for Robert F. Spencer, 72, will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Casper. The Rev. Tim- Solon of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church wUl officiate. Mr. Spencer died Dec. 1 at his borne in Casper following a long illness. He was born Nov. 29, 1908, In the area of the Pathfinder Dam In Natrona County. Mr. Spencer was a plumber and had worked for several plumbing shops In Casper and had retired several years ago. He was a Wyoming sportsman, an avid fly fisherman and big game hunter. On April 17, 1930, be married Leona (BUlle) Quick at Newcastle. Besides his wife, he is survived by one son, Robert D. Spencer of Casper; one daughter, Mrs. Robert (Betty) Ralney of Rock Springs; two brothers, Melburn Spencer and Frank Spencer, both of Casper; seveir grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Raymond and William; and a son, Raymond Bryden Spencer. Friends may call at Memorial Chapel until 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, after which time the casket win be closed. Natrona County Bd, of Health ),.,,,,,, Noon - Regular meeting 2nd floor of County Health Bldg., 1200 East Third .n! Casper City Council 7:30 p.m. Regular meeting in council chambers. Open to the public. 1 ' t?- Glenna Johnson CODY Services for Glenna L. Johnson, 86, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Ballard Funeral Home. Mrs. Johnson died Nov. 27 at Carbon County Health Center at Red Lodge, Mont Born in Adaton, Neb., and was the daughter of John and Elizabeth Messenger Spauldlng, and came to Cody with her parents In 1900. v She married James A. Johnson in 1914 at Cody. He died in 1946. Mrs. Johnson was a member of the Eagles and Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliaries. Survivors are two sons, Jack of Rawlins and Elmo of PoweU ; a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Flynn of Yuma, Ariz. ; a brother, Lloyd Spauldlng of HendersonvUle, N.C.; two sisters, Mrs. Ina Studebaker and Mrs. Murriel Miller, both of Cody; and several grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. Joseph Fordyee NEWCASTLE Funeral services for Joseph S. Fordyee, 65, win be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, with Pastor Norm Sears and Bryan Clark officiating, fi Mr. Fordyee died Nov. 28 at Porter Memorial Hospital at Denver following a lengthy Illness. He was born May 1, 1915, at Hardin County, Iowa, and was the son of Edward and Margaret Fordyee. He attended school at Buckeye, Iowa until he was 12 years old. When he was 13, the family moved to the Upton area where his family homesteaded. On June 20, 1935, be married Mary V. Noe at Custer, S J). The couple had lived on the family ranch since that time. Mr. Fordyee bad driven the school bus for the Upton School District No. 7 for 22 years. He had also worked on other area ranches. Besides his wife, be is survived four sons, Tommy, Wayne and John, all of Newcastle, and Joe R. (Buzz) Fordyee of Windsor, Colo.; one daughter, Mrs. Lewis (Mary Jo) Fawcett of Basin; one sister, Nora Burdick and a niece, Opal Hinton, both of Iowa Falls, Iowa; and a great-nephew, Donald B. Hinton of Iowa. He Is also survived by 13 grandchildren. Burial wiU be in Greenwood Cemetery. . The McColley Funeral Home Is In charge of arrangements.' ' . Iva Robinson SHERIDAN - Graveside services for Iva B. Robiaon, 94, win be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Sheridan Municipal Cemetery. Mrs. Robinson died Saturday at Eventide Nursing Home at Sheridan: Bora in Fairport, Mo., she was the youngest of ten children of Coridan and MyreaHosklns. , In 1908, she married Sam Robison and ' they ranched on Cat Creek and the Birney areas near Sbertdaa until 1951, when they moved to Sheridan. -J Her husband died in 1951 . Survivors Include a daughter, Mrs. Edna Jones of Sheridan; and several' nieces and nephews. The Champion Funeral Home Is in charge of arrangements. Dr. Victor Showalter POWELL - Graveside services for Dr. Victor F. Showalter, 65, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Crown Hill Cemetery In Powell. Dr. Showalter died Sunday morning at West Park County Hospital at Cody. Born in Barnesvllle, Ohio, be was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Showalter. In 1965, he married Judy Nardins at Muskogee, Okla. He was professor of music at Northwest Community College at PoweU from 196940 1977, and was a member of many professional music organizations. Dr. Showalter was a World War II veteran. He was also an advisor and counselor In Boy Scouts. Besides his wife, be is survived by two sons, Sid of Chadron, Neb. and Jan of the family home in PoweU; and one grandson. ' The Easton Funeral Home j In charge of arrangements. Betty J. Corbitt DOUGLAS - Graveside services for Betty J. Corbitt, 53, wiU be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Douglas Park Cemetery. ' ' , , .,,.J1. '.'r" Father Philip CoblCraro will officiate, i j Mrs. Corbitt died Saturday at Cheyenne Memorial Hospital after a long Illness. V . " ' She was born Feb. 16, 1927, at Mason City, Neb., and was the daugahter of Richard and Maude Gates Stoddard. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. JoD'jeen Nesmlth and Mrs. Judy K. Bortch, both of Salt Lake City; three brothers, Web and Pat Stoddard, both of Douglas, and ! Ivaq Stoddard of Casper; two sisters,; Mrs. Fred (Evelyn) Grant of Glenrock' and Mrs., Marcia Boe of Bakersfleld, Calif ; and four grandchildren, i She was preceded in death by a brother,' Paul, during world war ii. Canvasback Chapter of Natl Campers A Hikers Assoc 7: 30p.m. - Regular meeting at 2855 E. 10th. Open to those Interested In camping, tenting, hiking, etc. Casper Civic Chorale 7:30 p.m. - Room 300, Natrona County High School. Information: caU Wayne Mclntire, 234-0372. CLUB MEETINGS Serenity Seekers, AJ-Anon group 9:30 a.m. basement of St Stephen's Episcopal Church, 4700 S. Poplar. Beginners welcome. Information: 266-1184 evenings or 234-1447. TOPS 151 p.m. - 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg., 3rd floor. New members welcome. Casper Chess Club 7-10 p.m. - 3rd floor, First National Bank Bldg. x Sente Citizens 7:3M p.m. - HoUday Open House at the Senior Center, 136 W. Eighth Street f Preceptor Omtcron Chapter Beta Sigma Phi 7:30 p.m. - Regular meeting at the home of Rose Wallace, 3700 S. Poplar. Program: Worth a Thousand Words. Wind Chimes Women' barbershop group 8 p.m. - Grace Lutheran Church, CY Ave. at Ash. New members welcome. Information: Barbara Brown at 266-6633. Tomorrow PUBLIC MEETINGS Women's Exercise Class 10 a.m. k 7 p.m. - Community Recreation Center, 142 South David. Information: 234-1556. Support Group for Battered Women 1-3 p.m. - Self-help Center, 1515 Burlington. For women now or previously in a violent relationship. Information 235-2814. Casper Downtown J.aycees .V Noon-Elks Dining Room. State Rep. Nyla Murphy speaks. For information call Mark Sayler, 266-1760, 266-1061 . ' v- t' Duplicate Bridge 1 p.m. - Ramada Inn. For further Information, caU 265-6237. Wyoming Trucking Assn. 6 p.m. - Dinner at Casper College, R.C. Cafeteria. Meeting at 7 p.m. in the E.I. bldg. Caper Cutters . 6:30 p.m. - Potluck dinner and dance at 700 Platte A v.,,. Mills. Meat wiU be furnished, please bring side dish and own place settings. All square dancers Invited. ' Casper Snowmobile Association 7 p.m. First National Bank Building, third floor. All interested persons Invited to attend. . j City of Casper Bd. of Adjustment 7:30 p.m. Regular meeting In council chambers at City ' HaU. Movie: Dracula 7 p.m. and p.m. - Casper College R.C. ballroom Casper Artists Guild 7:30 p.m.- Regular meeting at West Wind Gattery, 1040. W. 15th. Guest speaker:' Jean Goedtcke. Open to the public. - ' j2 EVZI7iXCiTi GIFT from Wyoming's Complete Luggage Shop . . . Luggage sets Samsonite Billfolds Skyway Attache cases Airway Toilet kits Bar cases 25 OFF WIGGINS SHOE REPAIR & LUGGAGE 120 E. 2nd 235-5191 all American Touristctr luggage) sa jjTJ- I HffWrt., n.. n,i.fmi,-,m,nTOMJ W1 The Stark-Lapham Funeral Home Is m charge of arrangements. . ' , ; m"'?. ' gAMFLf ) ALL SALES ARE FINAL SALE STARTS TUESDAY t DEC. 2 THROUGH SATURDAY, DEC. 6 Opon 9:30-5:30 Mon. -Set. 122R.Mi!t)f 234-11 1 c HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO ATTEND TWO PROCESSIONAL SEMINARS "Maximizing SUPERVISOR Effectiveness" "Managing Personal ft ' OraanlxattenalStrtii" , Presented by Sygeneristic Training Systems Inc. Mwiaahlnfl SUPf XV1SOI EffoctfvwMu'' : Friday, December 12, 1980, 1:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. I tarn how to develop a ''Supervisory Attitude" Loam how to hove empathy In Supervision find out how to motivate employees Take home the methods of giving orders and delegating responsibilities "Managing Parsonal t Organizational Stress" Saturday, December 13, 1980, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. I earn what causes STRESS-on and off tha job Be able to recognize the symptom of STRESS Find how to cop with STRESS and make it work for you not against you Participate in octuaf STRESS reduction . techniques ot Sundowner D Motel Conference Room , North Federal Blvd. : Itverton, Wyoming 82501 . 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