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February 27th, 2008

Hayes community comedy performance "Squirrel Lake" full of hilarious nuts

Oh no, its departed Mom in a strange man’s body ! ... In this play, performed at the Hayes Community Hall, estranged siblings come together for the reading of their mother’s will. Their mother, though, shows up in the body of an out-of-his-mind detective.

Mistaken identities and confusion run rampant at the Olsen family's summer cottage on Squirrel Lake.

Imagine a normal dysfunctional family of three grown siblings who haven't seen one another for years. Each one is struggling to survive their own faults. Now, put them in a cabin to discuss what to do with their mother's will and see how human nature takes over.


February 25th

Louise Fitzgerald

Louise Fitzgerald, age 87 of Milesville, SD, died February 14, 2008, at the Hans P. Peterson Memorial Hospital in Philip.

Services were held Tuesday, February 19, at the American Legion Hall in Philip, with Pastor Frezil Westerlund officiating.

Music was provided by Marilyn Millage, pianist, and Barb Bowen, vocalist. Ushers were Dawn Nipp and Kirsten Stilwell.

Pallbearers were Dallas Fitzgerald, Colt Fitzgerald, Erika LeBeau, C.J.


Agnes Sandall

Agnes Johnson was born July 9, 1914 at Letcher, South Dakota, the daughter of Chris and Louise (Ness) Johnson. When she was two years old the family moved back to Norway where she started her elementary education. The family then moved back to South Dakota and settled on a farm-ranch northeast of Kadoka. She grew up on the farm-ranch and graduated from Kadoka High School. Agnes attended Augustana College in Sioux Falls for two years where she received her teaching certificate. She taught rural schools in the Kadoka area for four years and taught thirty-six years at Kadoka School.


Elizabeth Shearer

Elizabeth Shearer, age 97, of Wall, better known as "Gammies" to her family and friends, passed away Sunday, February 17, 2008, at Custer Regional Senior Care Center.

Visitation will be held from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 20, at the Rush Funeral Chapel in Wall, and one hour preceding the services at the church on Thursday.

Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m.


Blanche L. Young

Blanche L. Young, age 86, Philip, SD, formerly of Morris and Beardsley, MN, was called to her heavenly home on February 14, 2008, at the Hans P. Peterson Memorial Hospital in Philip.

Memorial services for Blanche will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, February 21, at St.


Louie Grimes

Louie Grimes, age 89, of Kadoka, SD, died February 16, 2008, at the Hans P.


February 14th

Scottie boys fall to Rapid City Christian Comets, 51-61

The Philip Scotties traveled to Rapid City Christian to challenge the Comets on Friday, February 1st. The final score of the Great Western Plains Conference basketball game was 51-61 against the Scotties.

Philip 11 19 27 51

R.C.Christians 13 23 38 61

Philip leading scorers: Brandon O'Dea - 13, Caleb Clements - 11, Casey Cvach - 10, Jeb Stewart, Allen Hauk - 6 each, Richard Williamson - 4, Rob Williamson - 1.

R.C.C.


Scottie boys lose to Lyman

The Philip boys traveled to Presho on Friday, February 8th, to go against the Lyman Raiders in a Western Great Plains boys basketball game. The final score was 43-87 in favor of Lyman.

Philip 10 15 35 43

Lyman 26 46 60 87

Philip leading scorers: Rob Williamson - 15, Caleb Clements - 9, Jeb Stewart - 5, Richard Williamson, Jeff O'Connell - 4 each, Brandon O'Dea - 3, Casey Cvach - 2, Jade Nelson - 1.


Lady Scotties walk over Jones County, 45-28

The Lady Scotties invited the Jones County Coyotes to a basketball game on Tuesday, February 5th. That invitation was to the Coyotes' own defeat.

The Scotties made the first basket. Within seconds the Coyotes made their own to tie the score. This was to be the only close part of the game. The Scotties used the low scoring first quarter to learn the abilities and weaknesses of their opponents. The other quarters were a steady walk-away by Philip. One of the more exciting moments was a successful three pointer launched by Jones County at the halftime buzzer.


Lady Scotties take second place at Hot Springs West River Tournament

The Philip Lady Scotties competed at the West River Invitational Basketball Tourn-ament hosted by Hot Springs on Thursday and Friday, February 7th and 8th.

In Philip's first game, the Class "B" Scotties came from behind to squeak by the Class "B" Wall Eagles with a 51-49 win.

Philip 6 19 28 51

Wall 8 30 37 49

Philip scorers: Marissa Mann, Tylissa Fitch - 14 each, Sierra Hook - 13, Kenzy Pinney - 5, Carissa Doolittle - 3, Kelsey Hostutler - 2.

Wall scorers: Katelyn Crown - 20, Muriel Kjerstad, Kaylee Gallino - 8 each, Katrina Kjerstad, Madison McLaughli