December 2015

Norma Ames

Longmont, Colo.

Ames, Norma Obit    Norma Ames, 80, passed away in her home surrounded by family in Longmont, Colo. on Dec. 19, 2015 after a battle with ALS.
A memorial was held on Monday, Dec. 28 at the Heart of Longmont Church. Contributions can be made in her honor to Heart of Longmont. Visit to share condolences.
Norma was born in Jerico Springs, Mo. to John and Alice (Mitchell) Brown on Oct. 4, 1935. They moved to Woonsocket when she was seven years old. She attended Woonsocket High School and was valedictorian of her class in 1953.  Norma earned her nursing degree from Methodist School of Nursing in 1956 and, on Oct. 2, married Ken Ames in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho. After Ken completed his service in the Air Force in Washington, they lived in Miller, moving to Sheridan, Wyo. in 1967 and then to Longmont, Colo. in 1969. Norma was a Registered Nurse at Longmont United Hospital for the last 28 of her 45 years of nursing.
Norma’s passion was to travel, and she had been to more than 27 different countries throughout her life.
Norma was a proud 45-year member of the First United Methodist Church. She volunteered her time for many organizations, such as the Public Library, the OUR Center, Meals on Wheels and donated her time and energy on several mission trips.  She enjoyed walking, hiking with friends and family, camping, fishing, gardening, reading and learning about other cultures.
She loved spending time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, as well as her many wonderful friends.
She is survived by her children, Charles (Paula) Ames, Linda Ames, Connie (Doug) Richardson and John (Gay) Ames; five grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; her sister, Audrey (Lloyd) Kempf; sisters-in-law, Alice Baruth,  Sally Schatz and Pete Ames; and a brother-in-law, Bud Ames.
Her parents and husband of 56 years, Ken Ames, preceded her in death.

The Capital Credit checks mailed to the last known address of the people or businesses listed below were not cashed or were returned due to incorrect or outdated addresses.
Forestburg, SD
Waldner, Ike
Letcher, SD
Diede, Tim
Meyer, Goldie
Notice is further given that unless such person (or their legal representative) contacts the Cooperative regarding capital credits within six (6) months of notice, such amounts shall be forfeited to the Cooperative.
PO BOX 830
HURON, SD 57350

Lady Hawks blow by Raiders in holiday Classic

Selland chalks up first double-double of the season

Led by basketball prodigy Myah Selland’s double-double, the No. 3 Blackhawks cruised past Gayville-Volin in the Parkston Classic Monday, 68-47.
The junior veteran racked up 31 points, 10 rebounds, nine blocks and seven assists to dominate the Raiders. Senior Tayla Weber helped out with 12 points.
SCW gave a near-perfect performance with just four turnovers, while forcing 13. The Hawks had a total of 21 assists on their 25 total field goals, shooting 42 percent. SCW went 13-of-16 for 81 percent from the free throw line.
Genny Clark led G-V with 18 points and Traia Hubbard had 13 boards. The Raiders (4-2) went 11-of-51 from the field for just 22 percent.
The Blackhawks, now 2-1, will next host Hitchcock-Tulare for a Saturday, Jan. 2 doubleheader with the No. 2-rated boys in Forestburg.