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PENNINGTON COUNTY
COURANT
An official newspaper of Pennington County, Wall, Quinn and Wasta, South Dakota
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Number 51 Volume 106 December 22, 2011
Robert Hays receives 40 year service award
School board hears from Casey Peterson and Associates on audit
Wall School District #51-5 met for their regular board meeting at the school library on Wednesday, December 14. Chairperson Scot Eisenbraun called the meeting to order. Board members present were: Pam Johnson, Spencer Cordes, Carolynn Anderson, Mary Williams, Kevin Bielmaier and Todd Trask. Superintendent/7-12 Principal Dennis Rieckman, Business Manager Niki Mohr and Elementary Principal Chuck Sykora were also present for the meeting. Board members approved the agenda and consent agenda for: •Minutes of November 9, board meeting. •December claims. •Resignation from wrestling coach Robbie Lytle. •The board congratulated Chavis Shull, Jess Williams, Jesse Willis and Laketon McLaughlin for being named to the 9A All-State football team. •Congratulations to Shull and Williams for being named to the Sioux Falls Argus Leader Elite 45 and to Shull and McLaughlin for being named to the Rapid City Journal Best of the West team and to Williams and Willis for being named honorable mention. •Congratulations to the Wall football team on their runner up position in the State 9A finals. 2011 Western Great Plains AllConference football. All Conference: Chavis Shull – MVP, Lake ton McLaughlin, Jess Williams, Jesse Willis, Tyler Trask and Taran Eisenbraun. Honorable mention: Lane Blasius, Clancy Lytle and Ridge Sandal. •Congratulations to Autumn Schulz and Kaitlin Schreiber for being selected to Western Great Plains All Conference team. •Congratulations to Kale Lytle and Austin Huether for being selected to the Honorable Mention Best of the West Cross Country team for 2011. •Congratulations to Austin Huether for making the All State Cross Country team. •Congratulations to Kale Lytle for making South Dakota All-State Academic for Cross Country. To qualify one must be a senior, have a GPA of 3.5 or higher and have participated in the sport for at least three years. •Congratulations to the FFA Ag Issues team for winning state. They will be competing next October in Indianapolis at National FFA Conventions. •Congratulations to Krysta Kjerstad, Cheyenne Deering and Alyssa Ermish for the making AllState Academic Volleyball team. The player must have played for three years and have a GPA of 3.5 or above. •Congratulations to Jess Williams, Kyle Harris and Jesse Willis for making the All State Academic Football team. The player must have played for three years and have a GPA of 3.5 or above. CPA Deidre Budahl with Casey Peterson and Associates gave the audit. She reported of two internal control findings. The first is lack of segregation of duties in which Budahl informed the board that it is not cost effective to hire another person. The second is budget compliance in the Special Ed fund that has no serious consequences. She said the school is sitting very well overall and to continue to keep a tight fist on the budget. Wall High School Senior Jesse Willis gave a presentation of the Hall of Fame to the board. His objective is to give credit to past Wall High School greats. A Hall of Fame will give credit to those athletes who did so much for the school and the community. It will give today’s athlete something to work for and
Robert Hays from Crooked Creek Township in Pennington County has been honored at the recent South Dakota Association of Towns and Townships Annual Meeting that was held in Huron, S. Dak., December 6th & 7th. Hays has served 42 years on the Crooked Creek Township Board. He was appointed treasurer to finish a past treasurer’s term. He then served another 12 years as treasurer followed by another 30 years as supervisor. Crooked Creek is a double township and covers a lot of territory but does not have a lot of people. Robert and his wife, Della of 51 years, have four children, 12 grandchildren, and two great grandsons! He has lived in Western South Dakota his whole life. ~Courtesy Photo
Wall High School Senior Jesse Willis presents his Hall of Fame to the Wall School Board during their Wednesday, December 14 meeting. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
benefit athletics in the future. He has put together a handbook that is flexible and should withstand the test of time. The Hall of Fame committee will consist of the following: the Athletic Director, one administrator, all varsity coaches in the following sports boys and girls basketball, cross country, track and field, golf, soccer, tennis, girls gymnastics, volleyball, competitive cheer, competitive dance, football and wrestling. All sports that are recognized by the SDHSAA. The committee will also have three community members and one school board member. The three community members will be decided on by nominations from the coaches and then voted on the coaches. In order for an athlete to be eligible for the Hall of Fame members of the community will nominate an athlete with a short biography of the athlete; including the high school athletic career. An individual athlete may only be nominated up to 10 times. Willis suggested that the award be presented during half time at the homecoming football game or perhaps at graduation. Eisenbraun liked the idea and the board approved a motion to proceed with the Hall of Fame. A motion to enter into Executive Session according to SDCL 1-25-2for a board hearing was approved. The board entered out of the hearing and proceeded with the meeting. A motion to approve the adoption of Native American Policies and Procedures for Impact Aid was approved. The board approved a home school application. Board Member Anderson attended the Delegate Assembly in Pierre. She reported that it was a good assembly and informed members of the details of the assembly. Elementary Principal report was given by Chuck Sykora. He congratulated the elementary school and Big White for their Christmas programs. He informed the board that attendance including December 7 was at 96.25 percent and Big White is at 98.81 percent. He is planning to have a meeting with the curriculum committee and teachers about report cards. Business Manager Niki Mohr
Christmas feast 1957 in Nuremberg, Germany
feel justly proud, as I do, of this organization. Your excellent spirit-the desire to win – your fine morale – are contributing greatly to the successful accomplishment of our mission. I wish each of you the best of luck and happiness in 1958.” Will Reed Commanding. Hook sent his mother the menu from the 1957 Christmas dinner. The men were served: fresh shrimp cocktail, cocktail sauce, lemon wedges, crackers, roast tom turkey, dressing, giblet gravy, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, glazed sweet potatoes, buttered fresh green beans, lettuce and tomato salad, French dressing, fresh celery strips, fresh carrot strips, stuffed olives, sweet pickles, hot rolls, butter, mincemeat pie, fruit cake, coffee, grapes, apples, tangerines, assorted candies and assorted nuts. It could not have been easy to be stationed so far away from family during the holiday season. We thank you Darwin for serving in the 84th Armored Engineering Company and making the sacrifice that you and so many others have made to keep us protected and able to enjoy the holidays back home.
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The 1957 Christmas menu and message from Commander Will Reed to the enlisted men who were stationed in Nuremberg, Germany.
Darwin D. Hook of Wall served with the 84th Armored Engineer Company. He was stationed in Nuremberg, Germany from April 1957 thru October 1958. Hook spent Christmas 1957 in Germany with Commander Will Reed who wrote the enlisted men a Christmas message which reads: “It is with pleasure that I wish each of you a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year. You can
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Area News
County Committee election results
The ballots were counted for the Pennington County FSA Committee Election on December 8, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. at the Pennington County FSA Office. The area up for election was Local Administrative Area (LAA) #2. This area consists of the part of Pennington County east of the Cheyenne River and south of Township 2 North which begins about six miles north of Wall. The newly elected member for this area is Bart Cheney. Bart will start his three year term January 1, 2012 and will join committee members Harlan Eisenbraun from the Creighton area and Richard Rausch from the Hermosa area.
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School Board hears from Casey Peterson and Associates about audit continued from front page
asked the board how they would like to precede with the Hayes Scholarship. She recommended that the scholarship be in the amount of $400. Trask felt that it should be spread between two students. The board made a motion and approved to give two $200 scholarships. Mohr and Anderson attended an election workshop on December 9. She asked for the board approval to combine with the counties election on June 5, 2012, which would help defray election costs. She noted that there will be three petitions up for election next year. The board approved to combine the elections. Mohr also congratulated Aimee and Jason Paulsen on the birth of their new baby boy. Dennis Rieckman gave the Superintendent/7-12 Principal report. He asked for the boards’ approval and received it for the Basketball Cheerleading rules. The Junior High Boys Basketball rules were also approved. Rieckman informed the board of the upcoming MS/HS concert to be held on Monday, December 19 at 7:00 p.m. School wide attendance for middle school and high school is at 95.8 percent. He informed the board that the school flashing light is out and we need to do something with the resolution that pertains to the light. The board approved the resolution with the City of Wall and Wall School District to share in the maintenance cost of the flashing light. Rieckman has been attending the Impact Aid meetings. He noted that the school is still due their 2009 payment and hopefully will get it after the first of the year. Rieckman informed the board that there are fundraising issues. He reasoned that we need to look at the issue and get a better handle on how we handle fundraisers. The board approved to enter into Executive Session for the purpose of discussing personnel, according to SDCL 1-25-2. With no other motions or business the meeting was adjourned.
Social Security News
Social Security helps the homeless By Kathy Petersen Social Security Public Affairs Specialist in Rapid City More than half a million Americans experience homelessness on any given night. Nearly 20 percent of them are “chronically homeless,” meaning they are on the streets regularly. Social Security has several programs that pay benefits to qualified individuals, including those who are homeless. These programs include retirement, disability, and survivors benefits, as well as Supplemental Security Income (SSI), which is a needs-based program for people who are blind, disabled, or age 65 or older. If you know someone who is homeless, and you want to learn more about how Social Security might help, a good place to get information is at www.socialsecurity.gov/homelessness. That page includes a link to the Spotlight on Homelessness — a website designed to help the homeless apply for SSI. It’s available at www.socialsecurity.gov/ssi/spotlights/spot-homeless.htm. The homelessness page also includes links to information on health care for the homeless, institutionalization, advocacy groups, reports on homeless outreach, and even links to other websites like the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness and HUD. You’ll find other information helpful to the homeless on www.socialsecurity.gov. For example, there is a link to our Benefit Eligibility Screening Tool, or BEST. Based on answers to various questions, this tool helps determine the benefits someone might be eligible for and gives information about how to qualify and apply. Go directly to www.socialsecurity.gov/ best. Tell anyone you know who is homeless or threatened with homelessness to use the Benefit Eligibility Screening Tool and to check out the different types of benefits and assistance they may be eligible to receive. Spread the word about the help available to the homeless. Visit www.socialsecurity.gov/homelessness to learn more. Kathy Petersen is a public affairs specialist for Social Security, Denver Region. You can write her c/o Social Security Administration, 605 Main, Suite 201, Rapid City, SD, 57701 or via e-mail at kathy. petersen@ssa.gov.
Holiday visitor center closures announced for Badlands National Park
Superintendent Eric Brunnemann has announced that the Ben Reifel Visitor Center at Badlands National Park will be closed on Sunday, December 25 and Sunday, January 1. The Badlands Loop Road (Hwy 240) will remain open during all visitor center closures. No park entrance fees will be charged during these closures. The Ben Reifel Visitor Center regular winter hours are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visitors are welcome to stop by to view the park movie and browse for gifts at the Badlands Natural History Association bookstore on any days other than listed above in the closure notification.
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Ruland Arena, LLC held a rifle roping with incentive drawpot
Prevent the spread of foodborne disease during holidays
As you entertain family and friends at holiday gatherings, be sure to keep food safety in mind to prevent food-borne illness, says a state health official. “Bacterial food-borne illness, more commonly called food poisoning, can turn holiday merriment to misery,” said Dr. Lon Kightlinger, State Epidemiologist for the Department of Health. “You can prevent food-borne illness by thorough hand washing, cooking and storing foods at the proper temperatures, and avoiding food preparation when you’re sick.” The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 48 million people, or one out of six Americans, gets sick with a food borne illness each year, 128,000 are hospitalized and 3,000 die. In South Dakota, as of the end of November, more than 400 cases of the food-borne illnesses Salmonella (151), Campylobacter (286), and E. coli (37) had been reported for the year. There have also been cases of another food borne illness, Norovirus, which is not reportable. “It’s not uncommon in South Dakota to have food-borne outbreaks caused by holiday pot-lucks at schools, churches, offices or other gatherings,” noted Dr. Kightlinger. He recommended the following precautions for holiday food preparations: ·Clean. Wash hands, cutting boards, utensils, and countertops. ·Separate. Keep raw meat, poultry, and seafood separate from ready-to-eat foods. ·Cook. Use a food thermometer to ensure that foods are cooked to a safe internal temperature – 145°F for whole meats (let meat rest for three minutes before carving or consuming), 160°F for ground meats, and 165°F for all poultry and stuffing. ·Chill. Keep your refrigerator below 40°F, and refrigerate food that will spoil. ·Be especially careful when preparing food for children, pregnant women, those in poor health, and older adults. ·Don't prepare food for others if you have diarrhea or have been vomiting. Learn more at http://www.foodsafety.gov/keep/basics/index.html o r www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/ucm092815.htm. Signs and symptoms of foodborne illness can include mild or severe diarrhea, fever, vomiting and abdominal pain. Most people will recover on their own without medication or may require fluids to prevent dehydration.
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Ruland Arena LLC Rifle Team Roping winners: From left … Rolly Fortune, gun winner Tucker McDaniel, Troy RIchter, Dalton Richter, Riley Ruland who stood in for Larry Ruland and TK ~Courtesy Photo Sampson.
Ruland Arena LLC held a team roping on Sunday, December 11. The Incentive Drawpot had 55 teams. Fast Go winners: Tucker McDaniel/Wyatt Treeby - 6.80. Average winners on three head: First - Jim Selchert/Mike Nelson - 18.50, Second - Kenny Fox/Shaun Ruland - 18.85, Third Rocky Lane Tibbs/Shaun Ruland 21.47, Fourth Wyatt Treeby/Tucker McDaniel - 21.60, Fifth - Jim Selchert/Shaun Ruland - 21.73. Novice Team Roping had eight teams. Winners: First - Cameron Richter/Dalton Richter - 43.04 on two head, Second - Shaun Ruland/Riley Ruland - 8.97 on one head, Third - Troy Richter/Riley Ruland - 9.20 on one head, Fourth - Riley Ruland/Shaun Ruland 9.41 on one head. Rifle Team Roping with a partner draw four more winners were: First - Rifle winner Tucker McDaniel - 43.45 on five head, Second - Troy Richter - 46.16 on five head, Third - Dalton Richter 55.52 on five head, Fourth - TK Sampson - 33.81 on four head, Fifth - Rolly Fortune - 36.16 on four head, Sixth - Larry Ruland 40.82 on four head.
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Hunting and Fishing licenses for 2012 to go on sale
Hunters and anglers looking to get a jump on the upcoming 2012 seasons in South Dakota will be able to purchase their new licenses beginning on December 15. However, 2011 licenses will be valid through Jan. 31, 2012, for fishing, small game and waterfowl hunting. “Although 2010 licenses remain valid until Jan. 31, we encourage hunters and anglers to renew their licenses early in the year so they don’t forget to renew before their first outings in February,” said South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department Licensing Supervisor Shon Eide. “We find many people, especially grandparents, giving hunting and fishing licenses as Christmas gifts each year. Those persons purchasing 2012 hunting or fishing licenses after Dec. 15 will then have a license that is valid for the remainder of the 2012 calendar year.” Annual resident fishing licenses will cost $27, and resident smallgame hunting licenses will cost $31; for a resident combination (small game and fishing) the cost is $51, and the resident migratory bird certificate is $5.00. Licenses can be purchased at authorized license dealers, or by visiting: https://apps.sd.gov/applications/gf82/login.asp.
National Megan’s Law helpline and sex offender registration tips program
The National Megan’s Law Helpline (888) ASK-PFML (888) 275-7365, is available to provide support to communities: on issues related to accessing sex offender registration information; responsible use of information; sexual abuse prevention resources; and accessing crime victim support services. Parents for Megan's Law (PFML) staff provide assistance to the community in accessing their state sex offender registries and prevention specialists provide support to parents and community members to assist in their sexual abuse prevention education strategies. Certified rape crisis counselors are available to support all victims of violent crime and to provide geographically appropriate referrals. The Sex Offender Registration Tips Program provides the public an opportunity to report registrants who are failing to comply with registration requirements, employment or supervision restrictions or who are in positions of trust where they can access children. Tips can be provided via the Helpline or website at www.parentsformeganslaw.org. This program is not intended to be used to report police emergencies. Dial 911 or contact your local law enforcement agency directly for emergencies. Agency deputized staff work collaboratively with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies to facilitate the appropriate follow-up action.
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Wall Elementary Christmas concert
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Twenty-four hour vehicle registration renewal convenience available in Sioux Falls and Rapid City
The state Department of Revenue, Division of Motor Vehicles, announces the installation of two self-service motor vehicle registration renewal stations in Sioux Falls. The 24-hour self-service terminals (SST) are available at the Get-N-Go, located on 10th and Arrowhead, and the Hy-Vee Food Store, located on 49th and Louise. The opportunity to partner with these two outstanding businesses and place multiple machines in Sioux Falls was not the original plan according to Division of Motor Vehicles Director Deb Hillmer. The request-for-site proposal issued by the Department was initially intended to place only one machine in the Sioux Falls area. “Two equally appealing proposals were received and, with the cooperation of the site operators and the machine vendor, we were able to accept both and offer two terminals in the Sioux Falls area,” said Hillmer. Each SST is a fully automated motor vehicle registration renewal station and dispenses license renewal tags on the spot. A vehicle owner can navigate through the easy touch screen (voice assistance available) with a valid South Dakota driver’s license, South Dakota identification card, or if a company, the information provided on its renewal notice. Once the payment has been submitted and the transaction is completed, the license renewal tags and vehicle registration are dispensed directly from the machine. During the transaction, the customer is asked to scan the bar code on their South Dakota driver’s license or South Dakota identification card. This action retrieves all the vehicle owner’s registrations and allows them to select only the registrations they want to renew. The SST allows vehicle owners to register up to 90 days prior and 30 days after the expiration of their current license tags. A $2 convenience fee per vehicle is assessed. Vehicle owners from any county can use the terminal with the proper identification. Motor vehicle registration renewal terminals are also available in Rapid City at the Public Safety Building on Kansas City Street and at the Department of Revenue Pierre Office at 445 East Capitol Avenue. The Rapid City terminal is accessible 24 hours. The Pierre machine is available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. In addition to the self-service terminals, the regular options of renewing in person at the county Treasurer’s Office, by mail through the county and online Internet renewal through www.SDcars.org are also available. For both the online Internet renewal and the Self Service Terminals, acceptable forms of payment include electronic check, credit cards (MasterCard or Discover only), or ATM/debit cards supported by Pulse, Star, NYCE and Accel. For more information on vehicle registration renewals, contact the South Dakota Division of Motor Vehicles at 605-773-3541 or visit its website at www.state.sd.us/ drr2/motorvehicle or www.SDcars. org.
Wall Elementary held their Christmas concert on Monday, December 12. The fifth grade band played, Spanish songs were sung and “The Incredible Reindeer” was performed by an outstanding cast. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
Wall Elementary Christmas concert was held on Monday, December 12 to a packed house. Ms. Christiansen and Mrs. Sykora led the students in outstanding performances of music and acting. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
The Wall School Elementary Christmas concert was held on Monday, December 12 in the school gym. Kindergarten through the fifth grade entertained the audience with a band perfomance played by fifth grade band members of; Flutes - Meghan Patterson and Shelby Ruland, Bass Clarinet Cash Wilson, Alto Sax - Cooper McConaghy and Jayton McKay, Baritone Sax - Cooper McLaughlin, Trumpet - Terel Eisenbraun, Jack Ermish and Mercede Hess, Trombone - Sage Gabriel, Tuba - Raiden Crawford, Percussion - Sara McDonnell-Madsen and Jaicee Williams. The band was directed by Andrea Christiansen, Away in a Manger, Silent Night and Jingle Bells were sung in Spanish by the K-Sixth grade. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer featuring the Recorder Karate players: Second grade Ava Dinger, Sierra Hilgenkamp and Malcom Heathershaw; Third grade - Cameron Ausmann, Nathan Law and Breanna McConnell; Fourth grade - Aiden Brunnemann, John Deering, Samantha Deutscher and Alexa Dunker; Sixth grade; Paisley Godfrey, Brianna Schreiber and Sierra Wilson and also featuring Xylophonists - Analise Garland and Libbi Sykora was performed. “The Incredible Reindeer” performance was presented by: Santa Claus - Damion Eisenbraun, Mrs. Claus - Madi Grenstiner, Stormy Paisley Godfrey, Blizzard - Emma Michael, Rudolph - Trey Elshere, Dancer - Sierra Wilson, Dr. Luna Austin Carter, Luka Skywalker Ruth Bryan, Prancer - Emilee Pauley, Dasher - Preston Eisenbraun, Comet - Austin Crawford, Starlight - Kyla Sawvell, Starbright - Brianna Schreiber, Hyper Speed - Mason Sandal, Mighty Moose - Tate Eisenbraun, Laser Squirt - Trista Reinert and Robo Guy played by Aaron Moschell.
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Education leaders have positive outlook with Daugaard budget proposal
Leaders of South Dakota K-12 schools where encouraged with the direction Governor Daugaard headed with his Fiscal Year 13 budget proposal today. "This budget puts South Dakota schools back on track to regular increases using the current formula in statute," said Linda Whitney, Sanborn Central Superintendent of Schools. "After a tough year last year, we appreciate the governor's commitment to a return to the funding formula." Dr. Rod Weber, Woonsocket School District praised Governor Daugaard's "Investing in Teachers" proposal, which will use over $8 million over the next two years to train teachers on the Common Core curriculum, as well as providing training for principals, science and math teachers, and guidance counselors. "We appreciate this investment in our teachers," said Dr. Weber. "Most of this money will go into the teachers' pockets, and they will also gain valuable training opportunities." Jason Selchert, President of South Dakota United Schools’ Association and Gayville-Volin superintendent of Schools, affirmed his organization's optimism for the Fiscal Year 13 budget. "SDUSA is a group of 111 school districts and we support the premise of the budget. Our schools are committed to working with Governor Daugaard and the legislature to have a positive discussion about the future of education in South Dakota. This budget signals an interest from the governor in having those discussions, and we hope the governor and legislature will continue to work with schools in the future.” For further information contact Jason Selchert Superintendent at Gayville/Volin. Phone: 605-2674476.
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Thursday, December 22nd Santa Claus is coming to the theatre & there will a FREE kids’ movie at 6:00 p.m.
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Day 10 of the Wall Eagles trip to China comes from Cheyenne Deering. The Eagles spent 13 days in China and the surrounding area sight seeing and learning the history of the country. March 31, 2011. Today was a very sad day for our group. We lost our amazing tour guide Jacky!!! I almost cried when we left him at the airport. I’m pretty sure I’m calling EF to tell them to give him a huge raise! We woke up today and actually had time to sleep in and have a relaxed morning. We had a pretty good breakfast (or breafrs as Jacky would say) and we left our hotel for the airport. The ride there on the bus took a lot longer than the bullet train. We went through the airport as usual. It was an international flight which surprised me for some reason. I had no idea what to expect from Hong Kong but I was excited. When we arrived, I was so shocked about how many tiny little islands were around Hong Kong. It’s so beautiful here, It’s like the Hawaii of China. We got a new tour guide and her name is Dorris. We got to out hotel and WOW it’s beautiful. We have four beds in our room and I’ve never seen a place like this. I wish we could stay here longer. We went to the mall and it’s huge! The stores are really nice but so expensive. I think it’s expensive anyway because I haven’t quite figured out the Hong Kong dollar yet! We ate at an amazing sandwich shop and I got an amazing latte at McDonald's! I love it here because everyone speaks english, the food is really good and they make jokes about mainland China! After the mall we thought we had an easy walk back to the hotel, but no! It turned into a very interesting and long ordeal! It wasn’t bad because it’s so nice here. The view is amazing! We tried to go to the pool tonight because its the first time we really had a chance to swim and the pool was closed. It was a bummer! Today was pretty uneventful so I had a pretty lucky day to write the team journal! I’m very excited for more Hong Kong tomorrow. Cheyenne
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Pennington County Courant • December 22, 2011 •
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Obituaries Jerry Ferley___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
enjoyed participating in FFA, football, tumbling, and high school rodeo. He qualified for the National High School Finals Rodeo in 1964 and 1965, competing in bareback and steer wrestling, which led to the first date with his future wife. He was also a member of the Lutheran Church. Jerry graduated from Philip High School in 1965. After graduation, he worked on a large cattle ranch in Wyoming called the Matador Cattle Company. He was the last of the cowboys hired to work it as open range. He had lasting memories of the Percheron-cross horses here, some of which ProRodeo founders purchased for stock. He always enjoyed the fact that he got to work cattle on horses that were also used at rodeos for bucking stock. He then returned home to Philip where he worked on the Bernard Stout Ranch until drafted into the Army in 1966. He spent 1967-1968 fighting in Vietnam. After returning from Vietnam, he used his GI Bill to attend Farrier’s College in Sturgis, SD. Then he found himself alongside Roger Peterson, working for Jack Mason on the river breaks north of Philip, presiding at Honeymoon Hollow. Jerry married LeeAnn Putnam on August 9th of 1969. He worked at the SDSU Experimental Farm in Cottonwood for the next year and also broke horses during this time. In the fall of 1970, he dropped LeeAnn off at her family ranch in Oelrichs en route to Castle Rock, Colo., to pursue a farrier business. Two months later, his father-in-law asked him to return to Oelrichs to help run the family ranch where he remained for the rest of his life. Shortly after returning to the ranch, he hit the rodeo trail on weekends riding saddle broncs at community rodeos. He also enjoyed team roping, flying (his father-inlaw, Don Putnam, taught him to fly so they could coyote hunt together), ranching, teaching his kids the ranching way of life, and visiting/ meeting many friends and neighbors. He never forgot a face or a name. He also helped to organize the first roping club in Oelrichs, was a member and a president of the Oelrichs Rodeo Association, he belonged to the Elks Club in Chadron, Neb., was a member and a commander of the Forney/ Swigert American Legion, and also belonged to the VFW in Hot Springs. Jerry was a true cowboy. His father-in-law often shared the following statement in reference to Jerry, “He could do a full day’s work on a horse that most people could not even saddle.” Jerry and LeeAnn became foster parents in 1973 to Speedy Allen and Lori (Dee) Allen-Dryden. They added to the family starting with Shane in 1974, Casey in 1975, Shanna in 1978, and Chad in 1980. Jerry was very proud of all his kids and their accomplishments. He was proud of Dee’s resilience and her gift to always see the good in everyone, Shane’s interest and ability in aviation, Casey’s aspiration to fulfill the family’s ranching tradition, Shanna’s skill for nurturing kids as a teacher, and Chad following in his footsteps riding saddle broncs with such great success. Survivors include his wife, LeeAnn Ferley of Oelrichs; three sons, Shane and Suzanne Ferley of Wichita, Kan., Casey and Amy Ferley of Oelrichs, and Chad and Jessica Ferley of Oelrichs; daughters, Shanna and Paul Sandal of Box Elder, and foster daughter Dee Dryden of Rapid City; 11 grandchildren, including Trey, Christina, Amelie, Aiden and Macy (Shane and Suzanne), Ian (Casey and Amy), Morgan and Paiden (Shanna and Paul), Teagan (Chad and Jessica), and Ty and Grant (Dee and Butch Dryden). He was also a special grandpa (Gramps) to his nieces, Jada and T’lea, and others including McKenzie, Zane, Cody, and Colton. Survivors also include his brothers, Steve and BethAnn Ferley of Rapid City and Dan and Lana Ferley of Loveland, Colo.; sisters-inlaw, Donna Sue Willey and Howard of Harrison, Neb., and Pam Ireland and Jerry of Miami, Okla.; and 11 nieces and nephews. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents, Glenn and Esther Ferley; his foster son, Speedy; and his father-in-law, Donald Putnam. At his request, he was cremated. A Celebration of Life Memorial Service will be held on December 28th, 2011, from 2:00 to 5:00 at the American Legion Hall in Hot Springs. In lieu of flowers there will be a memorial to the Oelrichs Rodeo Association. Edstrom & Rooks Funeral Service at Serenity Springs in Rapid City is in charge of the arrangements. An online guestbook is available at www.serenityspringsfuneralc hapel.com.
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Jerry M. Ferley, 64, of Oelrichs passed away December 1, 2011, at Rapid City Regional Hospital. He was born June 27th, 1947, in Pierre to Glenn and Esther Ferley. The family moved to Philip when Jerry was three years old to begin the family business, Ferley Jewelers. After moving to Philip, he dreamed of being a cowboy. Tex Stark helped him begin fulfilling this dream by teaching Jerry how to break horses. This aspiration grew, which led him to ranch work. By the time he was in seventh grade, he spent his summers working for Philip area ranchers including Walt and Margret Sandal, the grandparents of his future son-inlaw, Paul. He also worked for Shorty and Dorothy Nixon. During his high school years he
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County Republicans for many years. One of the most beloved organizations was a membership in the Western South Dakota Buckaroos. He was serving as their president at the time of his death. Steve is survived by his daughters and their families, Teri and her husband, Steve Kezar, of Torrington, Wyo., and her four children Audra (Jim) Scheel, Laura (Clay) Duxbury, Elizabeth and Clayton Word; Stephanie Rodgers and her husband, Gib, of Wessington and their two children, Rebecca (Preston) Steele and Kaleb (Emily) Rodgers; and Janine Verschoor and her husband, Jim, of Rapid City, and their daughter, Allison, and son, Eli; his mother, Marjorie Jeffords of Rapid City; his sister, Beth Boersma and her husband, John, of Rapid City; his brother, Bradley Jeffords of Clemmons, N.C.; his special friend Jeannie Schroder of Cheyenne, Wyo.; many nieces and nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends. Steve was preceded in death by his wife, Carol; his father, Max; his brother, Stanley; and son-in-law, Don Clay Word. Visitation will be held from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Thursday, December 22, at the Kadoka City Auditorium, and one hour preceding the services on Friday. Funeral services will be held 10:00 a.m. Friday, December 23, at the Kadoka City Auditorium, with Pastor Gary McCubbin officiating. Interment will be at the Kadoka Cemetery. A memorial has been established. Arrangements are with the Rush Funeral Chapel of Kadoka. His online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Dowling Community Church Memorial Day through Labor Day Service 10:00 a.m. Badlands Cowboy Church Wall Rodeo Grounds Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Evangelical Free Bible Church Wall Ron Burtz, Pastor 279-2867 • www.wallfreechurch.com Wednesdays: Good News Club, 2:45 p.m., Awana 4:45 p.m., Youth Nite, 7:00 p.m.; Sundays: Sunday School & Adult Bible Fellowship, 9 a.m., Sunday Worship Service, 10:30 a.m., Women’s Bible Study, 6:30 p.m. Interior Community Church Highway 44 East Sunday School 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Scenic Community Church Pastor Ken Toews Services - 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a.m.; Sept. through May. First Baptist Church New underwood Pastor James Harbert Bible Study, 9:00 a.m.; Sunday Services, 10:00 a.m. Wall united Methodist Church Pastor Darwin Kopfmann • 279-2359 Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m. Wasta Services Sundays at 8:30 a.m. New underwood Community Church Pastor Ed Wyatt Sunday School 9 a.m.; Adult & Children Service 10 a.m.; Youth Fellowship: Wed. 7 - 8:30 p.m. St. John's Catholic Church New underwood Father William Zandri Mass: Sundays at 11:00 a.m.; Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. at Good Samaritan Nursing Home; Reconciliation before Sun. Mass First Evangelical Lutheran Church Wall Pastor Curtis Garland Sunday Service, 9 a.m. Emmanuel Lutheran Church Creighton Services 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning.
Steve Jeffords, age 70, of Kadoka, died Monday, December 19, 2011, at the Hospice of the Hills in Rapid City. Stephen Ira Jeffords was born March 13, 1941, at Ainsworth, Neb., the oldest child of Max and Marjorie (Hamilton) Jeffords. He and his parents lived in Springview, Neb., before they moved to Lake Andes. At age 14, he and his parents moved to Kadoka where they operated Jeff’s Frontier and Jeff’s Truck Stop until 1974. Steve was united in marriage to Carol Kay Porch on May 23, 1959, in Rapid City, and to this union were born three daughters, Teri, Stephanie and Janine. Steve has been in the service business all his life. After the truck stops he and Carol ran the Town & Country furniture store in Kadoka for a short time and then he was called back into the service station business. They ran the Kadoka Standard for 23 years before retiring in 2003. Steve was and always has been a very community minded man. He sat on the town council and the county commission. He was very active in state politics. He served as the chairman for the Jackson
“uNDERSTANDEST THOu WHAT THOu READEST?”
by Cornelius R. Stam This was the question Philip asked of the Ethiopian prince as he sat reading from Isaiah's prophecy (Acts 8:30), and it is a question which we should continually keep asking ourselves as we read the Holy Scriptures. There are always those among God's people who do not much care whether or not they understand what they read, if only it warms their hearts! To them the Bible is little more than a fetish. Taking only those Scriptures which appeal to them, and leaving the rest, they actually feel themselves quite spiritual and often talk about believing the Bible whether they understand it or not! But such "spirituality" is far from genuine, and such "faith" is blind and supersti While it is true that the Bible teaches many truths which we believe, although they are beyond our comprehension (such as its opening verse!), yet how can we believe what the Bible says unless we understand what it says? God would have us understand what we read and believe it intelligently. Indeed, true faith will want to know and understand more and more of God's Word. One who does not care whether or not he understands what God has said is not interested in knowing what God has said at all. His faith is based on his own will rather than on God's Word, for regardless of the meaning of Scripture, he will take any passage that suits his fancy and use it as he wishes. How great an emphasis God Himself puts upon the importance of understanding His Word! On one occasion, when our Lord saw the multitudes, He "was moved with compassion toward them because they were as sheep not having a shepherd: and He began to teach them many things" And now that the secret of God's great plan has been made known, how much more reason there is to study the Scriptures with a view to understanding them! How Paul, by the Spirit, emphasizes this as he writes of his prayers for the saints: "THAT the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, MAY GIVE uNTO YOu THE SPIRIT OF WISDOM AND REVELATION IN THE KNOWLEDGE OF HIM: "THE EYES OF YOuR uNDERSTANDING BEING ENLIGHTENED; THAT YE MAY KNOW WHAT IS THE HOPE OF HIS CALLING..." (Eph.1:17,18).
Gary C. Smith____________________________________________________________
Gary Claude Smith, 63, died December 11, 2011, in Kingman, Ariz., after a long illness. Gary was born November 27, 1948, in Kadoka to George and Florence Smith. He graduated from Kadoka High School, served in the U.S. Army, and graduated from the University of South Dakota. He lived outside of Chloride, Ariz., for the past 40 years, where he pursued business and personal interests. Gary was preceded in death by his parents. Survivors include his brother, Guy Smith and his wife Jeannie of Wall; his sister, Cheryl Smith Leeper and her husband, Gary, of Two Harbors, Minn.; a nephew, Garr Smith and his wife, Leslie, of Gillette, Wyo.; and a niece, Briana Smith Naescher and husband Brian, Plymouth, Minn. As per Gary’s request, no services will be held. He will be cremated and inurned in the Belvidere cemetery at a future date.
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Philip Area takes second at Gordon Invite
The Philip Area wrestling team began its 2011-2012 season by competing at the Gordon/Rushville Invitational wrestling tournament in Gordon, Neb., Saturday, December 10. Out of 16 schools represented, the Philip Area team tied for second place with Chadron, Neb., with each team earing 102.5 points. Last year Philip took fourth place. First place again went to Valentine, Neb., this year with 202.5 points. Fourth place went to Mitchell, Neb., with 93 points, and fifth place went to Gordon/ Rushville with 75 points. The other team scores were Ainsworth, Neb. – 73.5, Perkins County, Neb. – 71, Bennett County, S.D. – 70.5, Sidney, Neb. – 57, Mullen, Neb. – 54, Ogallala, Neb. – 49.5, Hay Springs, Neb. – 27, Pine Ridge, S.D. – 26, Red Cloud, S.D. – 0, and Little Wound, S.D. – 0. Nick Donnelly, 106 lbs., 3rd place •bye •decision by Trever Bukaske (VAL), 0-4 •bye •pinned Zacharia Sanabria (MIT), 3:36 •decision over Trace Strotheide (CHA), 11-4 •pinned Bukaske, 2:41 Jeb Brown, 113 lbs., 4th place •bye •pinned by Timothy McClure (CHA), :56 •decision over Thomas Harvey (VAL), 3-2 •decision by Conor Lococo (SID), 6-13 Raedon Anderson, 120 lbs. •bye •pinned by Jacob Hand (VAL), 1:59 •bye •pinned by Yulchi Kokawa (RC), 3:14 Grady Carly, 126 lbs., 6th place •bye •pinned by Sam Ireland (BC), :53 •pinned Zach Mika (SID), 1:04 •pinned Pryce Pinney (AIN), 2:43 •decision by Garrett Toner (PC), 5-10 •(NA) Levi Ray (HS) Reed Johnson, 138 lbs., 4th place •bye •decision over Luke Tinnon (OGA), 9-5 •major decision by Brandon Dehling (CHA), 2-11 •major decision over Jaylin Dixon (PR), 11-1 •decision by Jesse Retzlaff (G/R), 3-4 Austin Pinney, 145 lbs. •bye •technical fall by Willy Cogdill (CHA), 2-17 •bye •decision over Brenton Christian (SID), 14-8 •major decision by James Garcia (OGA), 0-11 Chandlier Sudbeck, 152 lbs., 3rd place •bye •technical fall over Brad Hann (BC), 19-3 •major decision by Chance Bila (CHA), 3-11 •pinned Duell Puttergill (MUL), 1:43 •pinned Tanner Clark (AIN), 4:22 Clint Stout, 160 lbs., 2nd place •bye •bye •pinned Ken Graham (G/R), 3:28 •decision by Tyson Lanka (OGA), 7-8 Tanner Radway, 170 lbs., 2nd place •bye •bye •pinned John Graham (VAL), 2:34 •decision by Cooper Cogdill (CHA), 4-7 Herbie McDaniel, 182 lbs. •pinned by Dylan Haas (SID), 1:17 •bye •pinned by Brody Cleveland (OGA), :52 Logan Ammons, 195 lbs. •bye •major decision by Tanner Wintholz (SID), 1-12 •bye •decision over Tanner Kickland (CHA), 13-5 •pinned by Spencer Rein (MIT), 3:46 Gavin DeVries, 220 lbs., 3rd place •bye •bye pinned by Stevin Horrocks (HS), 1:48 •bye •pinned Tristan Miskimins (CHA), 2:37 Junior Varsity Rance Johnson, 106 lbs. •decision by Caleb Grooms (VAL), 0-9 •decision by Dalton Zimmermann (MUL), 4-9 •pinned Amanda Standing Bear (RC), 1:15 •pinned Wacey Gallegns (AIN), 4:12 Brennan Kukal, 120 lbs. •decision by Shane Phillips (PR), 0-9 •pinned by Zack Borges (SID), :17 •pinned Nichole Carseco (MIT), 4:19 •pinned Krystin Quickler (MIT), 1:33 Roger Davis, 182 lbs. •pinned by Matthew Skinner (OGA), 1:41 •decision over Zach (NA) (SID), 13-9 •pinned Ed McCleary (VAL), 1:03 •technical fall over Garrett Steckle (MIT), 17-2 The next wrestling meet for the Philip Area team will be Friday and Saturday, December 16-17, in Valentine, Neb.
Subway Athletes of the Week
From the Desk of Superintendent Dennis Rieckman
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I want to take this time to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. There is a lot of excitement and anticipation in the halls of the school with Christmas approaching. The students are looking forward to time away from school, being with family, and Christmas Day. We have five teams/activities earned the Academic Team Award during the fall season. The group or team must have a collective GPA of 3.0 or above during the most recent grading period. All of the members participating on the varsity level or attending a state event are counted. The activities recognized are: football with 28 players and a collective GPA of 3.62, volleyball with 13 players
and a collective GPA of 3.63, and football cheerleaders with eight members and a collective GPA of 3.07. The boys cross country team with its four runners and the four All-State chorus singers both have a collective GPA of 4.0. Congratulations to all of the students participating in their respective activity and doing a great job in the classroom. Governor Daugaard presented his proposed budget a couple of weeks ago. I applaud his efforts for putting the state budget back on track. At this time it appears state government is in decent financial shape, but it will take several years to gain back the cuts that were made. I am concerned with his proposed funding for K-12 education. It may appear like a 4.5 percent increase in funding for education, but the reality is a .08 percent increase or $34.67 increase per student. This calculates out to $8355.00 for the Wall School District. This amount of money will not go very far in meeting the increased cost of the district. I feel this lack of funding from the state is the reason why the voters in South Dakota should approve the penny sales tax increase for education and Medicare. It is obvious state government is lacking in adequate funding sources to
keep up with obligation to fund programs. I know Governor Daugaard's budget is only a proposal and the legislators may have a different take on it, but I have learned over the years the legislatures do not stray too far from what has been proposed. I anticipate a lot of messages out of Pierre praising the 4.5 percent increase as adequate and the state does not need the additional penny sales tax. I urge taxpayers to look beyond the smokescreen and support the penny sales tax. Wall like many school districts across South Dakota do not have much more to cut without directly affecting student programs. We are fortunate to have Federal Impact Aid dollars to fall back on, but as dysfunctional as Washington DC is; how much longer are we going to continue to receive these funds? I have recently mailed out forms to parents of students who are eligible to be counted in the Impact Aid program. I would appreciate these being signed and returned as soon as possible. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. I welcome anyone to call or come in and visit with concerning any issues involving the school district. If I do not have an answer for you, I will find out.
Krysta Kjerstad Girls Basketball
Tyler Trask Boys Basketball
Lady Eagles run over Jones County
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The Lady Eagles brought home another win over Jones Co., on Friday, December 16. Wall: 12 17 15 13 = 57 Jones Co: 10 13 8 18 = 49 Stats: Scoring: Carlee Johnston 2-6 23 6, Krysta Kjerstad 5-10 4-6 14, Autumn Schulz 4-14 4-4 13, Kaitlin Schreiber 2-3 0-0 4, Sadie O’Rourke 4-11 4-4 13, Elsie Fortune 1-2 0-0 2, Bailey Lytle 1-1 0-0 2, Josie Blasius 0-3 3-4 3. Totals: 19-50 17-21 57. Field Goal Percentage: Lady Eagles .380. 3-point Field Goals: Lady Eagles - 2-3 (Schulz 1-1, O’Rourke 12). Rebounds: Lady Eagles - 48 (Schulz 14). Fouls: Lady Eagles -18. Assists: Lady Eagles - 7 (O’Rourke 3). Steals: Lady Eagles - 12 (Kjerstad 4, O’Rourke 4). Turnovers: Lady Eagles 31.
Heidi Huether Gymnastics
Cass Lytle Wrestling
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Austin Huether runs in South Carolina
Pennington County Courant • December 22, 2011•
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Lady Eagles win over Harding County
The Lady Eagles played Harding County on Thursday, December 15 in Wall. The Ladies came away with a win for the evening. There next game during Christmas vacation will be in Red Cloud on Thursday, December 29. With tip off to start at 2:00 p.m. Wall: 10 12 10 19 = 51 Harding Co: 7 13 5 14 = 39 Stats: Scoring: Carlee Johnston 2-4 01 4, Mazee Pauley 0-1 0-0 0, Krysta Kjerstad 2-7 5-7 9, Autumn Schulz 6-17 4-7 16, Kaitlin Schreiber 0-2 0-0 0, Sadie O’Rourke 6-11 1-2 14, Elsie Fortune 1-1 0-0 2, Tayah Huether 0-1 0-0 0, Josie Blasius 02 6-7 6. Totals: 17-46 16-24 51. Field Goal Percentage: Lady Eagles - .370. 3-point Field Goals: Lady Eagles - 1-2 (O’Rourke 1-2). Rebounds: Lady Eagles - 35 (Schulz 10). Fouls: Lady Eagles - 19. Assists: Lady Eagles - 5 (O’Rourke 2). Steals: Lady Eagles - 8 (Schreiber 2, O’Rourke 2, Blasius 2). Turnovers: Lady Eagles - 29.
Degrees awarded at uSD’s 36th winter commencement
Congresswoman Kristi Noem (R-S.D.) delivered the keynote address, “Desire to Inspire,” at the 36th Winter Commencement at the University of South Dakota on Saturday, December 17 as 474 candidates received degrees during the ceremony at the DakotaDome. In addition to Noem’s address, USD’s 36th Winter Commencement included the USD Chamber Singers’ rendition of “Sing Me to Heaven,” and the conferring of degrees by Regent Randy Schaefer and USD President James W. Abbott. •Wall resident Tommi Dee Cheney, received a Master of Science, in Administrative Studies.
Austin Huether ran at the Junior Olympics National Cross Country meet on Saturday, December 10 in Myrtle Beach, S. Car. Huether placed 183 out of 305 runners. ~Photo Carol Patterson
By Coach Patterson What a road trip! Austin Huether ran at the Junior Olympics National Cross Country meet on Saturday, December 10th in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It was a trip of a lifetime with many memories. There were 305 runners in Huether’s division on a cool, cloudy day. The course was surrounded by pine trees, smooth rolling hills and nice green grass. To watch 305 runners take off at one time is quite a sight. It was a fast pace to get out quickly. The course narrowed down into a 15 foot lane for the runners, so one had to hustle. There was a five body pile-up in front of Huether at the beginning so he had to dodge and high step around them. Thankfully he did not fall as well. Huether ran a personal best of 14:34 bettering his time by almost two minutes. He came in 184th with the winner’s time of the run at 12:15. That runner was from California. So you can imagine the finish line of 183 runners all coming in at 12, 13 and 14 minutes. What an experience! Huether ran well considering he is playing basketball this time of the year for sports. Many of the athletes at the cross country meet belonged to running clubs and run year round.
Oldest South Dakota man celebrates 108th birthday
William Knuppe was born in Parker, SD, in December of 1903. Later, moving to New Underwood, SD and working as a farmer and rancher most of his life, William “Bill”, can now add another name to claim as “South Dakota’s Century Club’s Oldest Living Male.” Bill is planning to celebrate his 108th birthday later this month at the Good Samaritan Society in New Underwood. In an application submitted to the Century Club, Bill was asked what he thinks contributed to his longevity. He quickly replied, “I had a wife who was a good cook!” Knuppe married Mathe Kring on July 3, 1930 and enjoyed 79 years together. The Century Club is a creation of the South Dakota Health Care Association and has recognized nearly 1,000 South Dakotans since its beginning in 1997. Century Club sponsors created the Club to recognize both the contributions and the years of these special individuals. The Century Club is open to residents of South Dakota upon the celebration of his or her 100th birthday. There are no dues and every inductee receives a specially designed certificate and membership card signed by sponsors. Once a year, the current oldest living Century Club Member is recognized as the “Centenarian of the Year.” South Dakota Health Care Association in conjunction with KELOLAND Television, announced this past summer that Beryl Kapaun of Salem, SD was named the “2011 Centenarian of the Year!” According to Century Club records, Beryl Kapaun, a current resident at the Golden Living Center in Salem, born June 4, 1899, is the oldest living South Dakotan! Beryl celebrated her 112th birthday in June. This recognition is a three-peat for Beryl as she has remained the oldest living South Dakotan for the past 3 years earning the honor. You may submit names for the Century Club by visiting www.sdhca.org and downloading a Century Club Application or call LuAnn Severson, Century Club Coordinator, at 1-800-952-3052.
Eagles defeated by Jones County
was pretty even, but the Eagles just could not cut the lead. The Eagles ended up losing the game 55-69 to the Coyotes. The Eagles had foul trouble most of the game, sending the Coyotes to the line for 27 attempts, while only shooting 17 free throws themselves. The Eagles were also out-rebounded by the Coyotes 25-41. Trask led Wall with 26 points on the night shooting 50 percent from the field and making three out of nine three-point attempts, while Chavis Shull added 11 points. Shull and Kale Lytle each had six rebounds a piece. Matthews was the leading scorer for Jones Co. putting up 26 points, Jackson Volmer and Gus Volmer each added 13 points. Jackson Volmer led all rebounders with 14. The Eagle varsity boys are now 21 on the season. Wall: 17 11 9 18 = 55 Jones Co: 10 15 25 19 = 69 Stats: Scoring: Les Williams 0-1 0-0 0, Tyler Trask 8-16 7-7 26, Kale Lytle 1-5 3-3 5, Laketon McLaughlin 0-4 2-4 2, Lane Hustead 3-7 0-0 6, Clancy Lytle 1-7 0-0 3, Chavis Shull 4-12 2-3 11, Tucker O’Rourke 1-1 0-0 2. Totals: 18-53 14-17 55. Field Goal percentage: Eagles .340. 3-point Field Goals: Eagles - 520 (Trask 3-9, K. Lytle 0-1, Hustead 0-1, C. Lytle 1-4, Shull 1-5). Rebounds: Eagles - 25 (K. Lytle 6, Shull 6). Fouls: Eagles - 23. Assists: Eagles - 6 (K. Lytle 3). Steals: Eagles - 8 (Trask 2, McLaughlin 2, C. Lytle 2). Blocked Shots: Eagles - 1(Tyler Peterson 1). Turnovers: Eagles - 25.
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By Coach Delger After starting the season off with two wins in a row, the Eagles boys basketball team had its first loss handed to them this past Friday night from the Jones Co. Coyotes. The Coyotes were just coming off of a big loss against White River and were obviously fired up and looking to bounce back. The first quarter went fairly well for Wall starting off with a 17-10 lead. Tyler Trask scored nine of those for Wall, while Jackson Volmer scored all 10 of Jones Co.’s points in the first. However, the Coyotes outscored Wall in the second quarter cutting the lead to 28-25 at the half. The Coyotes had a huge third quarter, putting up 25, with Philip Matthews scoring 19 of those 25 points. At the end of the third quarter, the score was 37-50, and it seemed like the Coyotes could not miss a shot. The fourth quarter
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FOCUS ON THE FAMILY
with Dr. James Dobson
Dr. Dobson Answers your Questions
QueSTioN: My spouse has serious issues with drug abuse. As a matter of fact, I think it would be fair to say that he's an addict. This has had a devastating impact on our marriage and family, and I feel as if I've just about reached the end of my rope. Where do I turn for help? ANSWeR: Perhaps it will encourage you to know that you're not alone. Drug abuse is just one of a number of addictions that have become strikingly pervasive in contemporary society. It affects men and women from every age group, every socio-economic stratum and all walks of life. In nearly every case it is rooted in the basic human craving for attachment and relationship. Where satisfying relationships are perceived as lacking, the addict seeks to fill the gap and medicate the aching emptiness with drugs, alcohol or some other
self-soothing substance. Once the pattern is set in motion, a desire to repeat and increase the pleasure of the initial experience escalates until it becomes a virtually irresistible compulsion. Because drugs and other addictive substances change the chemistry of the brain, addiction is something more than a vicious and self-perpetuating cycle – it's actually a physiologically based problem that can be extremely difficult to resolve. It's important to bear these things in mind when seeking to help a loved one who has fallen prey to the deception of drugs and
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Due to wet and melting snow conditions notice is hereby given that garbaghe service will only be picked up from the street front and sides and NOT from the alleys beginning January 1, 2012. Alley service will resume May 1, 2012. Thank You, City of Wall
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other forms of chemical dependency. The good news is that effective help is available to anyone who is willing to do the legwork of investigating the options. We suggest that you and your spouse begin by seeking professional counseling, and we highly recommend that you do this together. Generally speaking, weekly one-on-one counseling is not sufficient to deal with an addiction of the intensity and severity you've described, but a substance abuse counselor could be tremendously helpful in setting up an effective intervention. This involves arranging a specific treatment option prior to the actual intervention. The objective would be to persuade your spouse to agree to a program of in-patient treatment. Once this treatment is complete, the counselor could also participate in the follow-up plan. QueSTioN: I'm concerned about my young daughter's selfish attitude. She recently had a birthday, and as soon as she was finished unwrapping her gifts she started looking around for more! How do I discourage this kind of behavior and help her develop a grateful heart? ANSWeR: That's an excellent question. To a great extent, the answer depends upon your daughter's age. Smaller kids — toddlers, preschoolers and even some children in the lower elementary grades — may be a bit too young to grasp ideas like unselfishness and gratitude. They're still in the process of rounding out their selfconcept and grasping what it means to be an individual "self" as distinguished from the rest of the world around them. If your child is only five or six years old, there's
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probably no reason to be overly concerned about her behavior. Of course, it's a different matter where older children are concerned. This is where many parents come face to face for the first time with the impact of our materialistic, consumer-driven culture. Advertisers and toy manufacturers aren't in the business of helping moms and dads teach concepts like contentment and thankfulness. From their perspective, kids are primarily a lucrative sector of the "market," and they design their publicity campaigns accordingly. As a result, children growing up in our society are conditioned to believe that they're entitled to have everything they want — right now! One of the best ways you can counter this mentality is by modeling a grateful and selfless attitude yourself. Actions and example always speak louder than words. As you go through your daily routine, remember to express thankfulness to God on a regular basis — even for simple things like a roof over your head and food on the table. Model gratitude in your relationships with others. Make sure to express thankfulness to friends, relatives and co-workers, and not merely when they do something special for you. Let people know how much you appreciate them just for who they are. While you're at it, express that kind of unconditional gratitude to your daughter as well. Another way to help your child develop a grateful heart is by serving others who are less fortunate. Volunteer to serve meals at a local rescue mission. Visit shut-ins at a nursing home. Consider signing up to sponsor a poor child in a thirdworld country through a ministry like World Vision or Compassion International. This is a wonderful way to increase your entire family's awareness of God's goodness
and graciousness while getting in touch with the needs of people around the world. QueSTioN: Our school-age child is extremely defiant. Just the other day her behavior ranged from telling me to "shut up" to slamming a door on her younger sister to trying to steal money from my wallet. She hates school, has trouble getting along with friends and frequently disobeys her teacher. I'm worried about her future. What should I do? ANSWeR: We wish we had an easy answer for you, but we don't. Without more detailed information on your family situation and your child's background it's difficult to make definitive recommendations. But we can tell you this much: this kind of defiance and bad behavior doesn't simply come out of nowhere. Our guess is that the scenario you've described actually represents the culmination of some patterns that have been developing over an extended period of time. Now that you've reached the end of your rope you're ready to break those patterns and get some serious help. If we were in a position to do so, we'd ask you for a detailed family history. Here are some of the questions we'd ask. Are you married? If so, what is your relationship like with your spouse? Is he or she an active, involved parent? Do the two of you provide your daughter with all the love and time she needs from you? Do you encourage and affirm her at every opportunity? Does she know that you are her biggest cheerleader? How do you handle discipline in your household? Are you harsh and authoritarian, or do you discipline with patience and consistency? Do you know how to use consequences effectively? If your family relationships are healthy, if you're balancing love
and limits, and if you're giving your child all the quality and quantity time she needs, then we might begin to suspect that some type of developmental or impulse control disorder is responsible for her violent and erratic behavior. It's also possible that her problems might have a physiological cause. Based on what you've told us, the possibility that comes most readily to mind is Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD. ADHD is characterized by impulsiveness, hyperactivity and distractibility. It's estimated that in every classroom in America, there may be one or two children who have this disorder. Sadly, many of them are never diagnosed, leading to much greater problems. A significant proportion of kids with ADHD develop something called Oppositional-Defiant Disorder, or ODD. Your daughter seems to be displaying many of the signs of ODD. Our recommendation is that you have her assessed by a licensed child psychologist or psychiatrist. If you live in a rural area this may involve traveling to a larger city. For referrals, contact the Children's Hospital in the city nearest you. Send your questions to Dr. Dobson, c/o Focus on the Family, PO Box 444, Colorado Springs, CO 80903. This question and answer is excerpted from books authored by Dr. James Dobson and published by Tyndale House Publishers. Dr. Dobson is the Chairman of the Board of Focus on the Family, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of the home. Copyright 2003 James Dobson, Inc. All rights reserved. International copyright secured.
PENNINGTON COuNTY NOTICE OF PuBLIC MEETING
The proposed Vacation Home Rental Ordinance will be presented at a public meeting which has been scheduled for Thursday, January 5, 2012, in the Johnson Siding Community Center located at Johnson Siding, 12270 W. Highway 44, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend. ADA Compliance: Pennington County fully subscribes to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you desire to attend this public meeting and are in need of special accommodations, please notify the Pennington County Planning Department at 3942186 so that appropriate auxiliary aids and services are available.
Published December 22, 2011, at the total approximate cost of $26.87.
Anglers reminded to use caution while ice fishing
Winter has arrived in South Dakota and brought ice fishing season with it. While many of the state’s waters are frozen over and seeing ice fishing action, anglers are reminded to use caution when out on the ice. “We have seen a good number of anglers out on the ice in the eastern part of the state,” said Game Fish and Parks fisheries section leader John Lott. “Cold temperatures are creating good ice, but during this time of year, we like to remind anglers to use common sense when getting out on the lakes.” “It takes at least two inches of ice to support a fisherman, at least six to support an ice shack and over a foot for a vehicle,” Lott said. “Just because an angler sees six inches near the shore, doesn’t mean it will be six inches across the lake. Springs, current, wind or ice heaves all effect the formation of ice and can make ice very dangerous.” Anglers should always drill test holes to measure the thickness of the ice they are traveling on, have flotation devices available and tell someone where they are going to be. Ice Thickness Guidelines for Ice Anglers: •Less than four inches – We recommend anglers stay off the ice altogether. •Four - six inches – Ice fishing via foot travel in single-file lines should be safe, presuming the ice is clear and clean of snow. •Six -12 inches – Snowmobiles and ATV’s can travel safely on good ice that is over six inches thick. •12-16 inches – Small cars and pick-ups can begin to venture on to the ice once it is a foot or more thick. However, we encourage anglers to avoid driving on ice that is less than 16 inches thick whenever possible. •16+ inches – Generally a medium-sized car or mid-size pickup can travel safely on good clear solid ice.
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Wasta Wanderings
Submitted by Lloyd and Margee Willey Peggy Lurz called last week to share two bits of news. She had heard from Robert Burns who had been the Superintendent of Wasta School, 1949 through 1951. She regularly receives a Christmas card from Mr. Burns and will share his address with anyone who wishes to have it. That was a lot of years ago (Peggy was very, very young at that time — we know) but how great Mr. Burns is healthy and capable of keeping in touch. Peggy also mentioned that her youngest brother, Dick, had heart surgery November 30. While in the hospital recovering from the surgery, he had a stroke. At this time, Dick seems to be doing well and has been out of the hospital since December 9. If you would like to send him a card, give Peggy a call for his address. Those cards and letters mean a lot when you’re working to recuperate. Wasta Volunteer Fire Dept. held their One Thousand Dollars (+) CASH drawing December 13th. The lucky winners were: Peggy Gravatt, $500.00; Dale Baumann, $250.00; Josh Geigle, $100.00; Ryan Holsether, $100.00; Francis Waneka, $100.00. Congratulations to the winners. NOTE: Someone left a black cloth Harley Davidson jacket at the Community Hall after last week’s potluck supper. Also a dish with cole slaw was left. Lloyd finished off the cole slaw (of course) but returned the dish to the Community Hall. He pronounced the cole slaw “extra delicious”. A visit with Angela Carter has brought us up to date with daughter Kya. She is still attending school in Custer and continues to enjoy it very much. Cheerleading, school clubs, church group, and friends are filling her time. Angie said Kya has found the kids to be very friendly and welcoming, making it easy to participate. Kya has always seemed a friendly girl and it is good news to hear she’s doing well. Other Wasta kids are growing up too fast of course. But that seems to be how it works. You turn around twice and they’re in school and then it just continues from there seemingly at the speed of light! Will Houseman is now working at the Subway sandwich shop in Wall. Is Will working for the “FIRST CAR”? Mom Tracie said he will be in the high school Christmas program. A brief conversation with Dylan Carter also in the high school. Here again how is it that time can go so fast? Last Tuesday, driving to Wall with the “Wanderings” to submit, the beauty of some of winter days struck me once again. The frost had covered everything — grass, trees, bushes — it was a true Pogonip at work day. Then again, Wednesday driving to Rapid City the evidence of the Pogonip was all around. The Pogonip had me smiling! Should you not know what “Pogonip” is, you could perhaps Google it or you could call Faye Bryan and ask her. It was at her table we learned about “Pogonip”. Anna Lee Humphrey continues to do well and her radiation treatments have begun. So far, no big problems with those. Daughter Linda Opsedahl was there with Carl and Anna Lee so a visit with her was good. She has retired from the hardware store in Rapid City and all her family is fine. Marilyn Stover came later and she and her family and husband are going well. Marilyn has recently retired from her profession at Heart Doctors as well. Anna Lee has appreciation to all friends — those she knows and those she doesn’t — all who sent their encouraging cards, prayers, and thoughts during this time of illness, surgery and healing. The Willeys had an evening of fun and birthday celebrations in Rapid City, Saturday, with old friends. Perhaps it should be said “long time friends”, no old. However, these long time friends are long time friends because we are old! Sometimes it is very challenging to be politically correct. It was a good time — silliness is appreciated! Ray and Pat Kasiah were the hosts to this group of adults who have been friends since school days. Sunday, a little trip to Elm Springs for the annual Sunday school Christmas program. These programs have always been so enjoyable and this year was no exception! A small group of kids, but large in talent and ability made this program just delightful. Good food — followed with time to catch up on news from those seen only at these special occasions make these visits to Elm Springs always special. A visit with Wanda Hall. She has had an amazing recovery from a stroke that temporarily knocked her down last spring. She made a road trip to Iowa and on to Wisconsin last September and did fine — enjoyed it! Her son Mike and family, daughter-in-law Nicole and grandsons, Haden and Broden, will be with Wanda through Christmas and then will return to Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Wanda said about her continued progress with recovery — you do what you gotta do, even though you don’t always want to. You can’t ever just give up. It could be said that Wanda’s determination has assisted in her recovery! Once again the Wall high school band and chorus put on a wonderful program. Their “Christmas Concert” began with the 6/7 grade band playing African Noel. The Director Ms. Andrea Christiansen announced this piece is the most difficult ever played by students. It was superb! They concluded with two other toe tapping pieces. The 8-12 grade band with four pieces and chorus groups. Then the 7/8 grades assemble for three pieces. Their last number was “Hot Chocolate”. You needed to be here to enjoy it. Then the 9-12 grades concluded the program with four pieces. All extremely well done and most enjoyable. In the 6/7 grade band, we spotted Austin Crawford, Madi Grenstiner, and used to be Wasta kid, Emily Ferris. Once a Wasta kid, always a Wasta kid (?). At least as far as some of use are concerned! Wasta kids in these programs were: 8-12 grade band were Autumn Deering and Clancy Lytle. 7/8 grade chorus were Autumn Deering and Emily Ferris. 9-12 was represented by Will Housman. Folks, if you’ve not yet heard these talented young people you are in for a very pleasant experience. Kudos to the Director as well. It was a thoroughly enjoyable evening. Merry Christmas to all of you, our friends and neighbors, that we are blessed to have in our lives. The blessings have been abundant again this year and we are so grateful. Blessings to you all!
Countryside News
Submitted by Lola Joyce Riggins 279-2372 Greetings… This early Monday morning, it has been ages since we have had fog but there is no doubt today. I haven’t seen our turn-on to the township road all day. The Big White School students and teachers held the Annual Country School Christmas Program at the Creighton Community Hall, Tuesday evening, the 13th. The Hall was full of parents, relatives, loved ones and decorated beautifully for Christmas. The program this year was different groups singing Christmas Carols. There were two intercepts done with musical instruments. It was a real nice program and then the students and teachers honored the parents with a surprise and the students honored the teachers with a bouquet. What an end to a well programed Christmas program spent with delicious treats, coffee, lemonade and an opportunity to visit relatives, friends and neighbors before returning home. Tuesday morning, I drove to Philip to keep an appointment on my wrist. I tried to take short cuts and got so lost because I didn’t turn at the right time. I stopped and knocked at four doors to ask for directions but no one would answer the door. I tried to wave a driven pickup but they just keep going. Times are changing. I did finally make it to Philip in time for the appointment at the Clinic. Then, I stopped and enjoyed a cup of tea and cookies with Marlon Evans, did some errands and left for Wall thinking I would get back in time to view the quilts at the Community Center but 4:25 was to late. They were locked up and gone. So I did an errand in Wall and left for the Creighton Hall to enjoy watching the Big White School Program. Does the attendance get bigger every year? On the way home, there was some grouse or prairie chicken roosting in trees all huddled up. The wind was coming up. It was a sight to see but chilly roosting and then that beautiful red sunset just above the horizon with a cloud half covering it. It was so reddish. After the program, I left to come home and the fog was so thick the road was so hard to see through the creek area. It brought up another question: Will we be getting a real spring storm in 90 days which would be first part of March? The mules sure are dark haired right now. Ray and Jamy Williams of Wasta, were Sunday visitors in the Shaun and Lynn McKay’s. Ray was helping with some remodeling that was going on. Lola Joyce Riggins was a late afternoon caller. Doug and Dillon Dahl were busy hauling wheat out of the bins from here a couple of days last week. I think Doug has a spell over Tuffy’s green pickup when it wants to act up. It starts like a charm for him. It sure is appreciated and helpful. Bruce and Sharon Burnett of rural Quinn, drove to Wall, last Wednesday evening, to attend the Wall School Christmas Program. Young Levi is in the third grade and Sharon said it was a great program. Doug Dahl was busy delivering Christmas goodies Monday evening the 19th. Talk about a plate of goodies. It is unbelievably tasty and delicious to enjoy the evenings with. Sharon Burnett is planning on getting her mother Bessie O’Bryan at her sister Katie Heins home in Rapid City, and bring her to their home for the holidays. Delmer Paulsen celebrated his 75th birthday December 16th. Delmer and Mary Paulsen also enjoyed the nice party given by Wall Drug Store on the 6th of December. Delmer and Mary Paulsen went to Rapid City last week and had a very enjoyable visit with Joan and Don Paulsen in their home at the Hart Ranch. Mary Paulsen received a call from her sister, Margaret, and she said her husband is showing signs of improvement and thanks everyone for their prayers. Lonnie Kjerstad stopped at the Delmer Paulsen place for a visit the other evening. He had been out setting traps. Delmer and Mary Paulsen took a trip to the Hills last weekend, December 17 and 18. Thought: Like snowflakes, Christmas memories gather and dance — each beautiful, unique and too soon gone. May peace be your gift at Christmas and follow year all year through. May we the Countryside wish each and all a Merry Christmas!
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WANTED: SERVICE TECHNICIANS at a stable dealership with three locations in South Dakota. Excellent benefit package. A/C service departments. Wages DOE. Call Grossenburg Implement, Winner at 800-6583440, Pierre at 800-742-8110 or Philip at 800-416-7839. THE CITY OF Hosmer is seeking a full time liquor store manager. Benefit package. Resume to: Finance Officer, PO Box 1, Hosmer, SD 57448 or call 605283-2748. LOG HOMES DAKOTA LOG HOME Builders representing Golden Eagle Log Homes, building in eastern, central, northwestern South & North Dakota. Scott Connell, 605-530-2672, Craig Connell, 605-264-5650, www.goldeneagleloghomes.com WANTED WILL PURCHASE UP to $10 million farm ground, either in production or capable of being put in production. All inquiries confidential. Letís talk. 605431-9290, anytime. NOTICES ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS statewide for only $150.00. Put the South Dakota Statewide Classifieds Network to work for you today! (25 words for $150. Each additional word $5.) Call this newspaper or 800-6583697 for details. GRAvEL: Screened or rock. Call O'Connell Construction Inc., 859-2020, Philip. P51-tfn WEST RIvER EXCAvATION will do all types of trenching, ditching and directional boring work. See Craig, Diana, Sauntee or Heidi Coller, Kadoka, SD, or call 837-2690. Craig cell: 390-8087, Sauntee cell: 3908604; wrex@gwtc.net K50-tfn FOR SALE: 22”x28”x65” parrot cage, $100; 24”x60”x65” flight cage, $175; student size refrigerator with freezer, $40; 400 DVD storage unit, $50. 8372044, evenings. P2-1tp FOR SALE: New fully assembled dressers in carton – a fantastic buy at just $99.00 each. Stop by and see for yourself. Del’s, Exit 63, Box Elder, 605/ 390-9810. P52-4tp FOR SALE: Gifts for that hardto-buy-for person, as well as everyone else on your Christmas list! Del’s, Exit 63, Box Elder, 605/390-9810. PW52-3tp HERCULES TRAILER TIRES ARE NOW IN STOCK: 235/85/ R16, 12-ply. $150 mounted. Limited quantities available. Les’ Body Shop, 8592744, Philip. P51-tfn FOR SALE: Heavy duty lumber or ladder rack for a short box, 4-door pickup. Black in color. Asking $225. Call Nathan at 685-3186. P47-tfn FOR SALE: Rope horse halters with 10’ lead rope, $15 each. Call 685-3317 or 837-2917. K44-tfn
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FREE PUPPIES: 1/2 Border Collie, 1/4 Australian Shepherd, 1/4 Cur. 7 weeks old and ready to go. Will make good working cowdogs. Call Ben at 605/891-8835, leave a message. PR18-1tp
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WANTED: Pasture to lease. Preferrably year-round, but will also lease during summer months. By the head or by the acre. Mike Noteboom, 6853068. P2-tfn FOR SALE: Heavy duty hay feeder, holds four round bales, hay saver design. $900. 7482451, Faith. PR17-2tp FOR SALE: 3020 John Deere, gas, cab, with 58 loader. Has 4430 front end, new rims and tires. Practically all rebuilt. $10,700. 754-6126 or 3916087. P1-4tc vIRGIN ANGUS BULLS: Net Worth and Freedom bloodlines. Good structure, dispositions, calving ease for cows or large heifers. 605/390-5535 or 7546180, New Underwood. PR14-14tc FOR SALE: Harvested grain sorghum. Also: Alfalfa & alfalfa mix hay. 859-2943. P43-tfn
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SISSETON SCHOOL DISTRICT, Elementary Counselor, Contact: Mr. Yost, 516 8th Ave. W., Sisseton SD 57262, 605-6987613 ext. 210. Closing date: 1/6/12. EOE EARN HOLIDAY CASH now! Avon representatives needed. Never be laid off or fired! Earn up to 50% plus bonuses. No parties, quotas or inventory required. 877-454-9658. CUSTER REGIONAL HOSPITAL has an excellent opportunity for a full time Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant. Located in the beautiful Black Hills of Western South Dakota, our practice settings are surrounded by natureís beauty including Mt. Rushmore, Wind Cave Natíl Park & Crazy Horse. Enjoy a mild climate and many outdoor activities, such as hiking, biking, fishing, hunting and skiing. Custer Regional Hospital offers a competitive and comprehensive benefits package. Itís a great place to work and a beautiful place to live. Visit our website for more information at www.regionalhealth.com and apply on-line. This website offers much more information about our facilities, benefits, and the area. EEOC/AA OWNER/OPERATORíS $5,000 Sign-On Bonus! Tons of warm, prosperous South TX runs! Frac Sand Hauling. Must have tractor, pneumatic trailers, blower. (817)980-6095
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JAKOPAK HORSESHOEING will be West River the week of January 2nd. 359-7927. WP18-2tp LOOKING TO BUY: Old cars, trucks or parts, 1920-1950s, any condition. Don’t scrap that old metal as we will pay more. Call Ben Dolloff, 669-2012, Murdo. P2-1tc GIFT SHOP IS OPEN at Hillcrest office in Wall. Call Peggy Lurz, 279-2415. PW1-2tp CHRISTMAS SPECIAL: Save $$ on heating bills! Sunheat infrared heaters, $299, free 5 yr. warranty on parts and labor. Call Dale O’Connell, 837-2292. K1-2tc RULAND ARENA: 386-2164. Practice team roping every Wednesday evening or by appointment anytime. Roping lessons? PW50-4tp WANTED TO BUY: Scrap iron, old machinery and cars. Call Chris, 605/999-9614. M50-4tc WANTED: Looking for used oil. Taking any type and weight. Call Mike at 685-3068. P42-tfn
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We would like to thank everyone who came out and enjoyed the Celebration Christmas Party. Thank you to Chad Walker for providing the pick-up and trailer for us to go caroling. Wall Celebration Committee I would like to thank the Wasta Volunteer Fire Dept. for the $500 raffle I won. Just in time for Christmas. You all put on a great steak supper! Peggy Gravatt The proud citizens of Wasta held their potluck supper at the Community Center on December 10. Our little town did itself proud! The room was stuffed with jolly good people and tables were laden with huge portions of gourmet foods! I was delighted to be the recipient of the beautiful handmade blue jean quilt crafted and donated by Dorothy Bathel. May small-town America continue with its rich heritage and kindred spirit! M. Arthur Anderson Thanks you to the Wall Chamber for the $250 Shopping Spree which I donated to the Country Cupboard. Larry Eisenbraun I want to thank the Wasta Fire Dept. for the money I won in your drawing. Dale Baumann
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The City of Wall is seeking to employ a temporary/parttime position. Wages will be $10.00 - $12.00 per hour DOEE. The position would involve forming an Ambulance District. A complete job description and applications are available at the City Finance Office between the hours of 8 am and 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. Send resume to: The City of Wall at PO Box 314, Wall, SD 57790 or call 605-279-2663 for more information. Deadline for applications is December 26, 2011 at 4:00 pm. The City of Wall is an equal opportunity employer.
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FINANCIAL FOCUS
HoW To CoPe WiTH THe "THReAT oF LoNGeViTy Richard Wahlstrom www.edwardjones.com You can’t predict how long you’ll live. Nonetheless, you still need to consider longevity as a key factor in creating, and following, a longterm investment strategy. And your projected lifespan may be longer than you had thought. Men who turned 65 in 2010 can expect to live another 18.6 years, while women who reached 65 that same year can anticipate another 20.7 years, according to the 2011 Social Security Trustees Report. And these figures are just averages; depending on your health and family history of longevity, you could well spend two, or even three, decades in retirement. Possibly because people are now realizing they may have to support themselves for far longer than earlier generations did, they seem to be growing increasingly concerned about running out of money in their later years. In fact, in a poll of people ages 44 to 75, sponsored by Allianz Life Insurance, 61 percent said they fear depleting their assets more than they fear dying. So, if you’re concerned about outliving your resources — or if you think that you may become one of those people — what steps should you take, both now and during your retirement? Here are a few ideas: •Keep investing. Put away as much money as you can afford for your retirement. Take advantage of tax-deferred accounts, such as your 401(k) and traditional IRA, or tax-free accounts, such as a Roth IRA. (Roth IRA earnings are taxfree provided you’ve had your account at least five years and you don’t start taking withdrawals until you’re at least 59-1/2.) And keep investing, year in and year out, despite the inevitable market volatility you’ll encounter along the way. •Re-assess your retirement age. If you enjoy your work, you might consider staying at your job a few years later than originally intended. Those extra years of income, not to mention extra contributions to your 401(k) and potentially bigger Social Security payouts, can make a big difference to your retirement lifestyle. •Delay taking Social Security. As the laws now stand, you can start taking Social Security as young as 62, but your monthly checks will be bigger when you reach your “full” retirement age. You’ll get your biggest monthly Social Security checks if you wait until age 70, when they “max out,” but many people feel that waiting that long may not be worth it, when weighing the lost years of any payments against the unknown variable of life expectancy. •Calculate your “withdrawal rate.” Once you retire, it’s essential that you know how much can withdraw each year from your investments without running out of money. Your withdrawal rate depends on a variety of factors, including your age, size of portfolio, risk tolerance and retirement lifestyle. A financial professional can help you calculate your initial withdrawal rate and adjust it as time goes on. The possibility of outliving your resources is not a pleasant thought. But by taking the steps described above, as well as others, you can go a long way toward taking the fear out of longevity, leaving you free to fully enjoy an active retirement.
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