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Blast from the Past

85 Years Ago

November 17, 1927

Miss Opal Root, who conducted classes and gave private instruction in voice and piano here last winter, has returned from Chicago where she studied under the direction of Professor Witherspoon and is again prepared to accept students. Miss Root has had three and one-half years of study at Yankton College in voice and piano and further fitted herself for this work by taking a course under Professor Witherspoon.

Local News ... Dr. Ramsey was called to the Solan Brooks home Tuesday to see Mr.

Grindstone News

I was sorry to hear that Bill Janklow has an incurable brain cancer. He had an announcement on TV for the public to let them know and to ask for complete privacy during this time for his family and himself. I don't know how other felt about Bill, I for one think that he was a good governor and that he did a lot for South Dakota. I learned a lot from him. I sat on his advisory and task force boards and he was always thinking of ways to better our state. He was a great force in transportation and especially for buses for the elderly and handicapped.

Moenville News

Greetings from breezy, cooler northeast Haakon County. The weather here has been so wonderful, but it sounds like we may see our first snow of the season this weekend. I am just thankful the snow has held off this long - hopefully it will mean that our winter will be shorter this year.

Last weekend was opening weekend of the West River deer season, so there was a lot of activity in the community. Saturday, I spent most of the day working on projects in the house, just in case some stray bullets came flying through the yard.

Betwixt Places News

Just when you know the answers, they change the questions! At least that seems to apply to these darned log in names and passwords. I much prefer the use of the old ways of doing business but have resigned to using a few accounts online. Well, Sunday when it would benefit me to log in and do some business, things went from bad to worse. I managed to get the log in numbers right the first time, when I entered the password it must not have been the one they made me change it to (an every six month event) then here came a new question - what was the color of your FIRST car?

Hit & Miss ... Philip Social News

Pioneer Review Correspondent Vivian Hansen

Elderly Meals

Thursday Nov. 17: Chipolte Lime Tilapia, Baby Bakers, Cauliflower Au Gratin, Roll, Banana.

Friday, Nov. 18: Beef Tips Dijon, Mashed Potatoes, Cheesy Beans, Roll, Cran-apple Delight.

Monday, Nov. 21: Chicken Cordon Bleu, Wild Rice, Prince Edward Veggies, Roll, Fruit Parfait. Tuesday, Nov. 22: Steak and Grilled Onions, Roasted Potatoes, Peas and Carrots, Roll, Fruit, Pudding.

Wednesday, Nov.

Milesville News

The Milesville Rangers 4-H Club met Saturday, October 29, 2011, at the Milesville Hall with four members present. Since this was the first meeting of the 4-H year, we set club goals and elected officers: president, Rachel Parsons, vice president, Ben Stangle, secretary, Mark Stangle, treasurer, Grace Pekron, and reporter, Sarah Parsons. Our next meeting will be November 10.

The Milesville Rangers 4-H Club met Thursday, November 10, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. at the Milesville Hall.

Midland News

It's Monday and it's cloudy at the moment and the wind is blowing but...we don't have that white stuff yet! Sounds like we may get some moisture later in the week! We could use some moisture before the ground freezes but just between you and me I prefer rain to snow at this point. And haven't we had some beautiful nights with that full moon making a most picturesque photo. I do enjoy those evenings when the sky is full of stars and there is a full moon. God does paint an awesome picture of natural beauty!