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George A. Sumners, 35. He was a Rapid City Fireman that perished in the flood. He was survived by his wife, one son and two sisters. Buried in White River, South Dakota.

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Geraldine L. Stuart, 30. She was survived by her mother, four sisters and one brother. Buried in the Pine Lawn Cemetery, Rapid City.

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John J. Stroup, 49. He was employed by the Black Hills Material Company. He was survived by his wife, three sons and four daughters. Buried in the Cedar Hills Cemetery, Ft. Pierre, South Dakota.

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Alberta Star, 29. She lived at 301 North 5th Street with her two children, who perished with her at their home. She was survived by her father. Buried with her young daughter in her arms, at the Holy Rosary Cemetery, Pine Ridge, South Dakota.

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Annette Star, 2. She perished with her mother and one brother at 301 North 5th Street. She was survived by her grandfather. Buried in her mother’s arms at the Holy Rosary Cemetery, Pine Ridge, South Dakota.

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Louis Star, 9. He perished with his mother and sister at 301 North 5th Street. He was survived by his grandfather. Buried in the Holy Rosary Cemetery, Pine Ridge, South Dakota.

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Louise M. Sprague, 73. She lived at 1713 W. Omaha, where she perished. She was survived by one daughter. Buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.

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Wilfred Smolnikar, 28. He was employed by the State Auditor Office. He and his wife perished in the Dark Canyon area. He was survived by his parents, one brother and one sister. Buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.

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Elaine Smolnikar, 24. She was employed by the Black Hills Power and Light Company. She perished with her husband in the Dark Canyon area. She was survived by her parents and one brother. Buried in the Black Hills National Cemetery.

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Vinton Smith was born and raised during most of his youth on a farm 10 miles south of Fairview, Kansas. Mrs. Smith was the former Ferne Lugenbeel, who was born and raised at Padonia, Kansas. The body of Mr. Smith has been found and identified,…

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Hiawatha Daily World - June 16, 1972 : Former area Residents Killed in Rapid City, S.D. Flood: Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Smith of La Crosse, Wisconsin, were victims of the flood at Rapid City, South Dakota, Saturday, June 10th, 1972. Mr. Smith was born and…
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