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July 17th

Dr. Thomas F. Malone___________________________

Dr. Thomas F. Malone, son of the late John and Mary Malone, Haakon County homesteaders near Milesville, S.D., passed away at his home in West Hartford, Conn., on July 6, 2013. He was 96.


July 10th

Fourth of July Fireworks at Waggoner

The Philip Volunteer Fire Department presented its annual fireworks display at dusk, Wednesday, July 3, over Lake Waggoner. Patriotic music was played over 96.7 radio during the fireworks display. Fire Chief Matt Reckling said that the crowd seemed to be pretty good sized. The free will donations helped support the $5,000 cost for the fireworks and will help to make next year’s display even larger.


Kloppers are naturalized citizens

After moving from South Africa to Philip by way of Canada in 1991, Coenraad (Coen) and Trudie Klopper became United States naturalized citizens June 27, 2013.
They were part of a 150-person naturalization ceremony held at Mount Rushmore National Memorial by the United States District Court of South Dakota.


July 9th

Jean M. Burns________________________

Jean M. Burns, age 90 of Philip, S.D., died July 7, 2013, at the Hans P. Peterson Memorial Hospital in Philip, surrounded by her family.
Jean Mae Burns, the first child of Frank and Joy Keve Hauk, was born May 18, 1923. Her childhood was spent with her siblings, George, Max and Mary Joy Hauk on a farm northwest of Grindstone.
She worked her way through high school by being a mother's helper to the Bartholmew family and roomed at the old Winchester Hotel.