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March 16th, 2005

Bea Sumpter

Bea Sumpter, 89, life long resident of Rapid City, passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family, on Wednesday, March 9, 2005, at her granddaughter’s home in Piedmont.

Bea enjoyed playing piano when she was young with her musical family.


Helen Berry

Helen Berry, 91 of Pierre died Wednesday, March 9, 2005, at St. Mary’s TCU.

Memorial services were held Saturday, March 12, at the Madison Ave. Church of Christ.

Family committal was at Riverside Cemetery following the services.

Helen Berry, daughter of Bertha and Ernest Bottke was born on January 27, 1914, at her parents’ farm in Milesville, SD. She attended school in Milesville, Redfield and Rapid City.

She married Carl Berry on June 10, 1932.


Edna L. Buls

Edna L. Buls, age 97, of Philip, died Wednesday, March 9, 2005, at the Philip Nursing Home.

Services were held Saturday, March 12, at the First Lutheran Church in Philip, with Pastor Ann Schlossnagle officiating.

Music was provided by JoAnne Stilwell, organist, and Elvera Moos, vocalist. Ushers were Dwight and Paul Slovek, Bob and Bill Thoson, Rod and John Knutson.

Interment was in the Masonic Cemetery. Rush Funeral Home of Philip was in charge of the arrangements.

Edna L.


Edna M. Buswell

Edna M. Buswell, age 96, of Philip, died Tuesday, March 8, 2005, at the Hans P. Peterson Memorial Hospital in Philip.

Services will be held at a later date in Aberdeen. Rush Funeral Home of Philip is in charge of arrangements.

Edna May Sherwood was born July 5, 1908, at Midland, SD, the daughter of Mervin and Fleta May (Weeks) Sherwood. She moved with her family to Philip in January 1918.


Dr. Mangulis honored for 50 years of service to Philip community

People of importance ... The celebration for Dr. George Mangulis brought acknowledgements of honor from the President of Latvia, the Governor of South Dakota, the S.D. Secretary of Agriculture, Philip Mayor John Hart, the S.D. Medical Assoc., the S.D. Academy of Family Practice Physicians and so many others. All through the day, Mangulis’ biggest fan was sitting next to him – his wife Rasma Lielmane.

On Saturday, March 5, the town of Philip and other well-wishers from in-state and out-of-state honored Dr. George J. Mangulis. His loyalty to his profession and his 50 years of loyalty to the Philip area was noted by many, many people.

The doors of the fine arts building of the Philip High School officially opened at 2:00 p.m. for cake and coffee and punch. But, the building was full of activity long before that. Many guests wore lapel cards that read “I was delivered by Dr.


Dr. Mangulis honored for 50 years of service to Philip community

How many generations of deliveries? ... Hans Hanson, Mike and Cindy Koehler looked over just some of the pictures of babies who Dr. Mangulis has delivered.

On Saturday, March 5, the town of Philip and other well-wishers from in-state and out-of-state honored Dr. George J. Mangulis. His loyalty to his profession and his 50 years of loyalty to the Philip area was noted by many, many people.

The doors of the fine arts building of the Philip High School officially opened at 2:00 p.m. for cake and coffee and punch. But, the building was full of activity long before that. Many guests wore lapel cards that read “I was delivered by Dr.


March 2nd

Lady Scotties end season with loss in district play to Kadoka

Tight quarters … Philip Lady Scotty Sarah Albrecht was closed in by two Lady Kougars during the second game of the district tournament last week. Philip had beaten New Underwood in overtime, but lost to Kadoka in the last few seconds. Photo by Del Bartels

The Philip Lady Scotties faced off against long-time rivals the Kadoka Kougars in the second game of district tournament.

The evening before was a drain on energy and emotion, with an overtime win against the New Underwood Tigers. The Scotties still came out strong in the second game and scored the first four points. They also almost doubled the Kougars’ score at the end of the first quarter.

The second quarter was a catch-up time for Kadoka.


Scotties lose to Kadoka; win first round district game

Scotties advance to second round … The Philip Scotties boys’ basketball team defeated the New Underwood Tigers Monday night in the first round of district action in Hot Springs. The Scotties played Kadoka Tuesday night, results too late for publication. Here, #43 Nathan O’Dea tries a lay-up, but gets fouled by a Tiger. At the line, O’Dea made good on both freethrows. Photo by Kelly Penticoff

Philip vs. Kadoka

The Philip Scotties boys’ basketball team traveled to Kadoka to play against the Kougars on Friday, February 25. The Kougars won with a final score of 47-61.

Scoring

1st 2nd 3rd 4th F

Philip: 11 16 14 6 47

Kadoka: 14 17 17 13 61

Points

Philip: N/A per request of the coach

Kadoka: Ty Thompson - 21; Key Addison - 17; Skyler Patterson - 7; Alan Brunsch - 6; Kade Bonenberger - 4; Jerad Carlson, Carter Uhlir and Shane VanderMay - 2 each

Three-pointers

Philip: 3: O’Dea - 2, Schulz - 1

Wall: 4: C.


Scottie wrestlers ranked 37th at state competition

A focused pep talk … Scotties' wrestling coach Matt Donnelly prepares Lincoln Smith (160 lbs.) just before a match at the state wrestling tournament last weekend in Aberdeen.

The five Philip Scottie wrestlers who earned at least a fourth place position at the Region IV B wrestling tournament went on to the state tournament held in Aberdeen on Friday and Saturday, February 25-26.

Out of 61 teams represented, Philip ranked 37 with a score of seven. Thirteen school or cooperative teams had no scores.

Jordan Smith, 103:

•1st round: dec. over Joseph Aesoph, Faulkton, 13-4

•quarterfinals: dec. by Tyler Stark, Elk Point/Jefferson, 0-6

•2nd-round wrestle-back: dec.


Scottie wrestlers ranked 37th at state competition

Scottie wrestler Kent Buchholz (215 lbs.) wears down Kyle Selken of Dell Rapids before pinning him in 5:46.

The five Philip Scottie wrestlers who earned at least a fourth place position at the Region IV B wrestling tournament went on to the state tournament held in Aberdeen on Friday and Saturday, February 25-26.

Out of 61 teams represented, Philip ranked 37 with a score of seven. Thirteen school or cooperative teams had no scores.

Jordan Smith, 103:

•1st round: dec. over Joseph Aesoph, Faulkton, 13-4

•quarterfinals: dec. by Tyler Stark, Elk Point/Jefferson, 0-6

•2nd-round wrestle-back: dec.