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Number 6 Volume 107 February 9, 2012
State’s infant mortality rate targeted Maintenance and cleaning issues by task force reason for end of elevators
The task force, made up of some of the state’s leading health practitioners, reported Daugaard, had issued its report recently with five recommendations. They include improved access to early, comprehensive prenatal care; promotion of safe sleep practices for babies; development of community support systems for mothers; statewide education campaigns; and resources for medical professionals. The Department of Health and Human Services already is putting some of the suggestions into pracSecretary Doneen tice. Hollingsworth also testified at the hearing, describing action that is being taken. “American Indian infant mortality rate is twice as high as white in South Dakota,” said Daugaard, “and the highest in the United States.” South Dakota also has the highest rank of mothers smoking during pregnancy,” she said, or 68.5 percent of those receiving prenatal care. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS, is high in South Dakota, or 14 percent compared to 8 percent nationwide, said Daugaard. But it is the second leading cause of death in the state. The first, she said, is congenital malformation. Daugaard said the statewide push will include improving access to prenatal care, especially in rural areas. The second point in the program is the promotion of safe sleep practices for infants, she said. A Cribs for Kids program is being established, to ensure that babies sleep by themselves. It includes several items sent home with the new parents, including a play ‘n pack sheet, halo sleep sack and a pacifier. “I would like to raise safe sleep to the same level as the car seat,” said Daugaard, adding parents today wouldn’t leave the hospital without a car seat. Infants need to sleep alone in their own beds, on their back and no exposure to cigarette smoke, she said, and at room temperature. “I am confident our recommendations can make a difference,” said Daugaard. As homesteaders took roots around the Wall area, the farmers who planted crops also rooted and grew. Farming and ranching were the main occupations of the homesteaders. Ranchers drove their cattle to the train yards to be shipped and sold and farmers hauled their crops to the local elevator to sell. Each farming communities or local town had one or more small grain elevators that would serve the local growers. According to Wikipedia encyclopedia, “The classic grain elevator was constructed with wooden cribbing and had nine or more larger square or rectangular bins arranged in 3 x 3 or 3 x 4 or 4 x 4 or more patterns. Wooden cribbed elevators usually had a driveway with truck scale and office on one side, a rail line on the other side and additional grain storage annex bins on either side”. This was also typical of the TriState elevator in Wall that was constructed in 1910 and managed by John Harnden, Joe Wilson, Earl Johnson, Lynden Bansey, Hans Hamann, Edward Hanewinckel and Dwight Norman. In 1930, the farmers around Wall organized a company and built an additional elevator, which was called the Milling Company and managed by Ralph Gilling. Dave Sims, Oscar Mills and the Teuber Brothers were the first officers to sit on the board of the elevator. E. C. and Vivian Smoot purchased the Farmers Elevator in 1931. The name was then changed to the Wall Elevator Company. E.C. and his family lived in the living quarters of the elevator. E.C.s son, John Smoot, recalls that the living quarters had two bedrooms and was very noisy, since an old gas engine sat by the edge of the house. John said; “his mother went about nuts due to all of the dust”. John recalled, Charlie Harnisch who as John said was a “steady horseman” who used an old wooden wagon to haul grain into the mill. Farmers would also transport their grain by old trucks. John was kept busy by his father since there was always plenty of work to do in the elevator. E.C. would buy wool; stock feed for cattle and chickens and also sold coal and wood for families to heat their homes with. John Harnden had been the manager until E.C. took over the operations. The unusually wet period, which encouraged increased settlement and cultivation in the Great Plains, ended in 1930. When E.C. took over the elevator in 1931 this was the year in which an extended and severe drought began which caused crops to fail, leaving the plowed fields exposed to wind erosion. The fine soil of the Great Plains was easily eroded and carried east by strong continental winds. Farmers had a complete crop failure. In 1932, times seemed a little brighter as there was a bumper crop of winter wheat, but prices were unbelievably low. Farmers received only 19 cents a bushel for No. 1 winter wheat. The dust bowl continued into 1933 where dust storms stripped the topsoil from dried out South Dakota farmlands in just one of a series of bad dust storms that year. Then, beginning on May 9, 1934, a strong two-day dust storm removed massive amounts of Great Plains topsoil in one of the worst such storms of the Dust Bowl. Through perseverance and stubbornness the elevator continued to operate. In 1934, as the worst of the dust bowl storms where happening a large wareshouse was built to the south of the Wall Elevator. It housed a modern feed grinder. Ground bulk feed was now available to farmers and ranchers. Jackie Paulson wrote, “The Wall Elevator was the first business in Wall to handle feed in the pellet form. These pellets of balanced rations were made for chickens, and only five sacks were sold in the first year but over the next year over 150 sacks were sold”. In 1943, the elevator was sold to Ralph Ivinsof and he sold it to Tri State Elevator in 1962, both elevators operated under one management. In April of
The west side of the elevators taken before they were torn down. The tallest elevator still has the lettering on it. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
South Dakota First Lady Linda Daugaard chaired a task force on infant mortality in South Dakota. ~Courtesy Photo
By Elizabeth “Sam” Grosz Community News Service Results of a task force on infant mortality chaired by South Dakota’s First Lady Linda Daugaard were shared with a legislative committee. The First Lady reported that since 2000, 877 South Dakota infants died before their first birthday, or an average of 80 deaths per year. Over the past 50 years, she said, infant mortality had been decreasing, but in the 10 years between 2000 and 2010 it started to slowly increase, to an average of seven deaths per 1,000 South Dakota live births. This was higher, she said, than neighboring states: North Dakota had an average of 5.9 deaths; Minnesota, 5.0; Iowa, 5.2; Nebraska, 5.9; and Montana, 6.0. The national average is 6.8, she said, and South Dakota ranks 29th highest in the nation. Her husband, Gov. Dennis Daugaard, had announced in his 2011 State of the State address his intention to form a task force to work on ways to lower that rate, and that he intended to have his wife chair the group. More troubling is that American Indian infant mortality rate in the state is twice as high as white babies, she said, and the highest in the United States among Native Americans. South Dakota also has the highest rate of mothers who smoke during pregnancy.
West River/Lyman-Jones first for satellite meter reading
by Del Bartels A revolutionary, satellite-based Automatic Meter Reading system is being installed by West River/ Lyman-Jones Rural Water Systems Inc. Working with Informational Data Technologies out of Watertown, WR/L-J is the first in the world to use an AMR system in which the meter data is transmitted and received through satellite technology. Currently, 700 of the field units have been installed at the water meter pits of individual customers. The rest of the 3,000 units should be installed before the end of this summer. “We’re pretty proud that we are the first to be doing this,” said WR/L-J Manager Jake Fitzgerald. “The board and staff are really excited. This system is the first water utility in the world to install an AMR system using satellite technology.” Each unit is only 15.5 inches tall, less than 6.4 inches at its wide end, weighs only 2.5 pounds, and has a battery with a life expectancy of 10 years. Each unit will send one reading per day. After all the units are installed, WR/L-J will move away from its current self-read, self-bill system. This unit simply sends a daily meter reading from the rural user location to WR/L-J’s main office in Murdo. “It’s already shown its usefulness,” said Fitzgerald. Some units have already been installed in the rural service area north of Midland. Earlier last week, because of one of those units, the WR/L-J staff noticed more water usage than usual. Rather than jumping into a work truck to go look for a problem would not have been identified as quickly without the daily meter reading. “The newly installed unit saved us fuel and manhours, and it also prevented the water user from having a very large bill,” said Fitzgerald. “We still need our users to use the self-read, self-bill system until all of these are installed,” said Fitzgerald. “These units will not prevent leaks, its not a leak preventer. It’s a tool that will hopefully help us identify problems more quickly.” The meters will always be there. “Overall, it’s a project that moves us in a positive direction. Every night this (unit) wakes up and sends us a signal. There will be alarm threshold capabilities, and, again, those will probably not be entirely set in until the end of summer,” said Fitzgerald. “It will help identify and manage pipeline leaks and better promote water conservation and eventually it will modernize our billing system” Fitzgerald said that IDT’s Angelo Polsinelli was made aware of the problem water utilities had in reading their meters in such remote locations. Through contacts made with WR/L-J in a study being conducted about using radiobased meter reading, he and WR/L-J have been working on this satellite-based system. The satellite company that IDT works with is the largest in the world. “We feel the savings are going to offset most of the cost, and it will really improve the quality of service to our members,” said Fitzgerald said. “I think we underestimated it a couple years ago. It is really taking off.”
The south side of the elevators. E. C. Smoot and his family once resided in the living quarters of the elevator after they puchased it in 1931. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
Daily meter readings via satellite ... Jake Fitzgerald,
manager for West River/Lyman-Jones Rural Water Systems, Inc., displays the new Automatic Meter Reading unit. Transmitting from the individual user’s water meter pit, it updates the main office on daily water usage. ~Photo by Del Bartels
possible water leak, the staff checked the computer and noticed one of their customers had used over 10,000 gallons in a 24-hour period. They identified the problem, as well as the water user. The individual’s potable water was backfeeding into his old well. The
A crane and caterpillar were used to tear down the elevators on Tuesday, January 31. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
2001, Dakota Mill and Grain bought the business from ConAgra. ConAgra had purchased the elevator in the early 1990s from Hubbard who had bought it from Tri-State Milling. On Monday, January 30, Dakota Mill and Grain tore down the two old elevators due to the difficulty of keeping them clean and for maintenance purposes. Jerry Morgan who has been with the elevator since December of 1978, said, “the wood was getting awfully dry especially for lightening”. Construction workers demolished the leg inside of the taller elevator and a crane and caterpillar were then used to tear down the elevator that still had E. C. Smoots name on it.
Dakota Mill and Grain employees Jerry Morgan, Curt Williuweit who started in 1991, Geroge Langendorfer who has worked for Johnson Ranchers Supply for 22 years and made the transition to Dakota Mill and Grain when they purchased the business from Rick and Wendy Johnson in August of 2010. Dakota Mill also empolys two high school students; Gui Buaer who works everyday after school and Fridays along with Trey Richter who also works on Fridays. They also have a secretary for the office. Although the old elevator is gone the excellent service that these elmployees provide to customers will continue on for many years to come.
Area News
At 60 feet, the face of Abraham Lincoln on Mount Rushmore National Memorial is South Dakota’s largest connection to the nation’s 16th president. Sculptor Gutzon Borglum carved four giants of American history in the granite of Mount Rushmore as a tribute to the spirit and ideals of the United States. Lincoln represented the preservation of the nation. Lincoln was the third president carved on Mount Rushmore, joining George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. Theodore Roosevelt’s would be the fourth face added. Lincoln’s face on Mount Rushmore is by no means South Dakota’s only connection to the Great Emancipator. The Mentor Graham house in Blunt is another link. “I think that I may say that he was my scholar and I was his teacher,” Graham wrote about Lincoln in a letter dated May 29, 1865, Graham was born about 1800 and reared in Green County, Ky. He met Lincoln in New Salem, Ill., and was Lincoln’s tutor for survey-
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South Dakota’s connection to Abraham Lincoln
governor in 1863. Yankton was the first territorial capital. One of the founders of Yankton was John Blair Smith Todd, a cousin of Mary Todd Lincoln, the president’s wife. Todd came to Fort Randall as an Army captain. He resigned his Army commission in 1855 to capitalize on what he believed would be a frontier boom. Todd served as the territory’s first delegate to Congress. Edmunds, Todd and Lincoln all had counties in South Dakota named after them, and countless schools bear the name of the 16th president. By writing Abraham Lincoln as part of the American Presidents series, George McGovern added to the body of work written about Lincoln. He also strengthened South Dakota’s link to Lincoln. McGovern represented South Dakota in the US Senate from 1963 to 1981. In studying Lincoln’s life, people can see how a person can rise from humble beginnings and struggle through disappointments to attain the highest elected office in the nation. People can examine what Lincoln made of his life and wonder what they can make of their own, McGovern stated in his book. This moment in South Dakota history is provided by the South Dakota Historical Society Foundation, the nonprofit fundraising partner of the South Dakota State Historical Society. Find us on the web at www.sdhsf.org.
Communities show their heart through food donation
The average American consumes between 1700 and 2000 pounds of food each year. That is a minimum of 142 pounds per month. Currently the Country Cupboard Food Pantry distributes 10 pounds of food per person per month. The Country Cupboard’s mission is to provide food to clients as supplemental not subsistence. The community and its individuals supplement the food pantry with generosity from their hearts. This generosity is a mark of a viable, healthy community. At the Country Cupboard we believe the good will and generosity adds the most value to the weight of food disbursed. However, there is some discussion as to whether the weight of food distributed matches the weight of food consumed. For instance does the weight include food wasted and packaging material? These variables are discussed at length by many food pantries, food banks, and other agencies. All discussion aside the 10 pounds of food distributed by the Country Cupboard is seven percent of the monthly 142 pounds consumed. The weight of food per person distributed by the Country Cupboard compares equitably with other food pantries across the nation. One pantry states their goal is to provide 100 pounds of food per person per year or the equivalent of about 77 meals. Those numbers too can vary as each food pantry operates differently. The Country Cupboard volunteers and clients are appreciative of the continued generosity. The goal for 2012 is to raise 7000 pounds of food. If you would like to volunteer at the Pantry on Wednesday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. or help with a food drive or donate time, please contact Carol Hoffman or Mike and Marcia West. The next Country Cupboard board meeting is Monday, February 20, at 6:00 pm at the Pantry in Wall. Country Cupboard is an equal opportunity provider.
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The 16th President of the United States Abraham Lincoln. Sculptors carving Lincoln’s head on Mount Rushmore. ~Photo courtesy of South Dakota State Historical Society – Archives.
ing and grammar. At age 83, Graham and a son left Illinois to homestead near Blunt. Graham died in 1886 at Blunt. Lincoln appointed the first two governors of Dakota Territory while he served as president from 1861 to 1865. William Jayne, the Lincoln family’s physician in Springfield, Ill., served as territorial governor from 1861 to 1863. Lincoln appointed Newton Edmunds as the second territorial
From the Floor
By District 30 Representative Mike Verchio
Things are really breaking fast now. The average bill load in Transportation and Ag is up to six. That may not seem like a lot but that all has to be gone thru in two hours. I don’t cut anyone’s testimony off and won’t. If I need to do some late afternoon or evening committee sessions to get it done that’s what I will do. In Ag we passed the brand inspection to class I misdemeanor for leaving the brand inspection area with out necessary inspection and authorization. That was HB 1038 if you want the bill. Representative Hoffman tabled his bill HB 1090 that would have provided for deer hunting licenses to landowners for use by family members. HB 1091 that moved more water fowl licenses east was passed to the floor. This was due to the changing migratory pattern that is shifting to the east. The Transportation committee will hear my eminent domain bill HB 1111 on the seventh at 10:00 a.m. Everything is pretty tame except Representative Kirkeby’s bill on bill boards. Those will be the only bills scheduled that day as both will have large contingents of out of town testifiers. On the floor the speeding points bill failed and lots of agency bills that got rid of ancient laws and rules passed on to the Senate for the red tape reductions requested by the governor. HJR 1004 passed much to my disappointment. It keeps term limits but increased it from four to six two year terms for a total of twelve years versus the current eight years. I know a lot of you are interested in the education proposals. The Education Committee is collecting amendments and suggestions and will continue to do so thru next week. Please participate in making these programs workable. Send in ideas not just your opposition to the proposed plan. Fifteen million additional dollars for our teacher’s pockets are at stake when finally adopted. If the plan gets rejected the money will go somewhere but not in the teachers pockets. To demand how to spend that money is not in the cards, let’s find a way to make it work thru your input. Remember we have two years to put the finishing touches on those plans. What will come out of the legislatures this year is the key framework to build those plans on? Keep an open mind, think out of the box and above all participate. I will forward all suggestions on to the committee for their consideration. We have cracker barrels on the 11th in Hot Springs at Pine Hills, on the 18th in Hill City at the Super 8 at 9:30 a.m., Custer at the Sr. Center at 1 p.m. and Edgemont on the 25th at the Senior center at 2 p.m. God bless and keep in tough at: Mike Verchio P.O. Box 205 Hill City, S.D. 57745 Home: 574-2466 Cell: 391-5093 E-mail addresses: Rep.verchio@state.sd.us mjverchio@aol.com
Week in Review
By District 30 Representative Lance Russell
Governor Dennis Daugaard’s education and labor proposals continue to be the central issues of the Legislative Session. Many citizens of District 30 have serious and sincere concerns about these proposals. Many of the concerns center on the fact that the proposals have not been fully delineated. This is of great frustration to many and I want to assure those who are concerned that I have not made up my mind on any of these proposals. At this point, I am simply trying to fully understand the proposals and welcome any input my constituents may provide. On another note, I have introduced a number of Bills this year. These proposals include: a full repeal of the 2009 driver’s licensing documentation requirements; a full repeal of the Obamacare legislation adopted by the 2011 Legislature; two separate Bills that require the state to obey the state prairie dog laws; and legislation to allow the people to reduce the number of County Commissioners from five to three by petition and vote of the taxpayers. If you strongly agree with any of these proposals and personally know any Rapid City Legislators, please consider contacting them and requesting that they support these proposals. As always, if you have any questions, concerns or input, please do not hesitate to contact me at Rep.Russell@state.sd.us.
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Local students named to WDT Dean’s list
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The following Western Dakota Technical Institute students from the Wall area have been named to WDT’s Dean’s List for the Fall 2011 semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, students must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
•Ryan Kruse, Interior, Welding/Manufacturing •Tabatha Calhoon, Wall, Practical Nursing •Bryn McKay, Wall, Welding/Manufacturing
Seasonal highway load restrictions may be enacted soon
Unseasonably warm temperatures this winter may prompt seasonal load restrictions to be placed on South Dakota state highways in the near future. The South Dakota Department of Transportation is recommending moving heavy loads before load restrictions go into effect. By state law, load-limit restrictions can go into effect as early as February 15 and continue until April 30, or longer, if needed. When spring load restrictions are in effect, some state highways may be limited to axle loadings of six tons or less. Statewide seasonal load-restriction information is available at http://www.sddot.com/Operations/cvo/spring_load_limits/index. htm or through www.sdtruckinfo.com. To be notified when South Dakota load restrictions are put into place or removed, you can also sign up for the mailing list at http://www.sddot.com/geninfo_list s.asp. For more information, contact the state Transportation Department’s Division of Operations at 605-773-3571.
AAU wrestlers bring home medals from Little Big Man
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Future state wrestling champions ... The AAU wrestlers participated in the Little Big Man tournament at St. Thomas Moore. Pictured from left to right ... Brody Sundall, Kip Cordes, Talon Anderson, Burk Blasius, Rylan McDonnell, Thane Simons, Jace Blasius. ~Photo by Sharon Anderson
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Obituaries Pastor Clarence "C.E." McKinley____________________
Evangelist came to town and he and his family dedicated their lives to Jesus Christ. This was the defining moment in his life. After graduation, he went to Bible school in Eugene, Ore. During his first year, his father back on the ranch, got very sick and Clarence had to return to the ranch. After a year and a half, his father recovered and Clarence became the pastor in Dunning, Neb. In 1942, he came to pastor the Open Bible Church in Midland and never left. In the late 1940s he started the C.E. McKinley Insurance Agency, which he ran until retirement. In 1946, Clarence was united in marriage to Arlene Beck of Custer, and to this union were born two sons, Dallas and LaVay. They made their home in Midland all their married life. Clarence is survived by his wife of 67 years, Arlene, of Midland; two sons, Dallas McKinley and his wife, Kaye, of Midland, and LaVay McKinley and his wife, Susie, of Midland; five grandchildren, Matthew of Cayman Brac, Gabrielle of Mitchell, Dallas “Terrill” and his wife, Sarah, of Pierre, Autumn Mann and her husband, Jeff, of Pierre, and Zachary McKinley and his wife, Jessica, of Pierre; nine great-grandchildren, Caleb, Seth, Judah, Levi and Aaron McKinley, Malachi and Abigail Mann, and David and Anna McKinley; his brother-in-law and best friend, Harry Crawford of Washington, Mo.; seven nieces and nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends. Clarence was preceded in death by his parents; three sisters, Mary Jane McIntosh, Elizabeth McIntosh and Grace Crawford; and a nephew John McIntosh. Visitation will be held one hour preceding the services at the church on Thursday. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, February 9, at the Open Bible Church in Midland with Clarence’s grandson, Pastor Dallas McKinley, officiating. Interment will be at the Midland Cemetery. A memorial has been established. Arrangements are with the Rush Funeral Home of Philip. His online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Pennington County Courant • February 9, 2012 •
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Countryside News
Submitted by Lola Joyce Riggins Greetings… my how a persons life can change. Make sure your pictures are labeled and face the reality that unexpected things and events do happen so try to prepare. We do have to feel blessed we have had such a great fall into the winter months. I’m still waiting to see how March comes in. I am afraid I am going to have to give the countryside up. I have enjoyed the visits and the privilege to share your news but I never did convince some that there were people that moved away and would even just like to read your name in the paper that you were okay. If I had a computer and the knowledge, I feel it would be easy but life has its interruptions. Mary Paulsen, Kathleen Shull and Nancy Horton, I feel blessed to get to know you and your encouragement and everyone that shared their news with us. It would cost me to much to get the minutes on the phone. Mary Paulsen drove to Atwater, MN, to spend time and give encouragement to her sister Margaret and Augie. Augie has been diagnosed with Lewbody Dementia, a rare disease with no hope of a cure. He is in a nursing home in Willmar, MN. His medication right now seems to be helping control it for the time being. Margaret is planning on bringing Augie home to care for him until she can no longer handle the situation. Please put them in your prayer list. Kathleen Shull sent a correction, Qater is spelt with a Q instead of a K when she looked it up on the map. Seth Shull is in Okinawa and is wife his in California, where Seth was stationed until they sent him to Okinawa. Son Stuart Riggins of Logandale, NE, flew here to help with moving arrangements and stayed longer than planned. Lynn McKay met him at the airport and then took him back to the airport when he returned home. Delbert and Mary Paulsen traveled to Belle Fourche to visit and also watch grandson Dawson score 12 points and 12 rebounds at the Newell-Belle Fourche game. Dawson is 11 years old. The team won their game. Were you popping buttons Delmer? Our grandchildren are a source of enjoyment and pride. Kathleen Shull is proudly welcoming a new great-grandson in the fold. Williams was born January 16 to Ethan and Grace Shull in Washington State. William is her 30th great-grandchild. Ethan is still in the army. January 30th, Lori and Lawrence Schreiber and Delmer and Mary Paulsen drove to Philip to attend the movie “War Horse”. It passed a great test and they are ready for more. Thanks girls, I didn’t have time to make any calls and life seems to move at its own pace. Thought: We are here to add what we can to life not to get what we can from it. Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishments.
Pastor Clarence "C.E." McKinley, age 95, of Midland, S.D., died February 3, 2012, at the Hans P. Peterson Memorial Hospital in Philip. Clarence Everett McKinley, Jr. was born June 27, 1916, on a ranch near Seneca, Neb., the only son of Clarence Everett, Sr. and Mary (Bohimer) McKinley. He grew up near Seneca and graduated from Seneca High School in 1934. At the age of 12, a traveling
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Frederick G. “Fritz” Kroetch________________________
December 6, 1958. After his honorable discharge, he returned to Philip where he worked on construction. Fritz was united in marriage to Barbara L. Heeb on April 15, 1961, in Philip. They made their home in Rapid City where he worked on the Minute Man missile sites. In 1964, they moved back to Philip where he worked for his in-laws, Jim and Wanda Heeb, on their farm-ranch. In 1966, he became employed at Scotchman Industries. In 1991, he worked at NAPA Auto, as an outside salesman, a position he held until retiring in 1999. After his retirement, Fritz and Barb remained in Philip, where Fritz enjoyed coffee times, visiting with many people, playing cards, and wheelin’ and dealin’ cars. Fritz was a member of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church and a longtime member of the Alano Club, both of Philip. Survivors include his wife, Barb, of Philip; a son, Brad Kroetch and his wife, Donna, of Rock Ledge, Fla.; a daughter, Renea Koupal and her husband, Greg, of Rapid City; three grandchildren, Chris Kroetch and his wife, Bobbi, of Wichita, Kan., Ryan Kroetch and his wife, Sarah, of Mitchell, and Shawna Lavene and her husband, Josh, of San Antonio, Texas; two greatgranddaughters, Norah Kroetch and Kay Lynn Lavene; one brother, Charles Kroetch and his wife, Kay, of Philip; one sister, Lottie Walker of Renton, Wash.; two sisters-inlaw, Eleanor Kroetch and Emily Kroetch, both of Philip; and a host of other relatives and friends. Fritz was preceded in death by a son, Bart Kroetch; his parents; three brothers Arthur, Ralph and Marion as a child; and one sister, Mary Ann Kroetch as an infant. Mass of Christian burial was celebrated Friday, February 3, at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Philip, with Father Kevin Achbach as celebrant. Music was provided by Marianne Frein, pianist, and Rose Heeb, vocalist. Lector was Bethany Kroetch. Eucharistic ministers were Kay Ainslie and Mike Gebes. Altar servers were Lane and Wade Kroetch. Ushers were Sonny LaBeau and Kenny McIlravy. Pallbearers were Chris, Ryan, Jerry, Toby, Bruce and Ralph Kroetch, Jr. Interment with military honors by the American Legion Post #173 of Philip, was at the Masonic Cemetery in Philip. A memorial has been established. Arrangements were with the Rush Funeral Home of Philip. His online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
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Fredrick G. "Fritz" Kroetch, age 74 of Philip, S.D., died Tuesday, January 31, 2012, at the Hans P. Peterson Memorial Hospital in Philip. Fredrick G. “Fritz” Kroetch was born on March 24, 1937, on his parents’ homestead in the Hilland area, north of Philip, the son of Fredrick M. and Lydia Pearl (Boyce) Kroetch. He grew up on the homestead and attended Elbon Rural School and later Philip High School. As a young man, he worked with his parents on the homestead. Fritz served in the United States Army from December 7, 1956, to
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.
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FELLOWSHIP WITH GOD
by Cornelius R. Stam Man, by nature, is afraid of God. When Adam first sinned, he should have gone immediately to God to beg for mercy and forgiveness. Instead he did just what millions are doing today: he ran and hid from God so that God had to come and look for Him, as it were, calling: "Adam... where art thou?" (Gen. 3:9). Many people who consider themselves as good, morally, as those about them, or even better, nevertheless feel utterly ill-atease in a place of worship, where believers pray and praise God together. This is because in their heart of hearts they know that they have "sinned and come short of the glory of God" (Rom. 3:23). Such, however, may come to know, love and enjoy God through faith in Christ. He was Himself God manifested in the flesh, come to earth in love to pay for our sins on Calvary's cross, so that we might have "redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins according to the riches of His grace" (Eph. 1:7). Concerning those who respond in grateful faith and trust in the crucified, risen, glorified Lord for salvation, the Apostle Paul says: "Therefore, being justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ; by whom also we have access by faith into this grace wherein we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God" (Rom. 5:2). Peace with God, and the fellowship which naturally results from this is the most precious treasure the human heart can contain. Yet our fellowship with Him here on earth is but the beginning. Read carefully Ephesians 5:25-27 and see how He took upon Him human form, and died, that He might have us for Himself forever: "...Christ... loved the Church, and gave Himself for it... that He might present it to Himself a glorious Church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish."
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Residents have been enjoying the nice weather, going outside and getting some fresh air. Rev. Jim and Kathy Harbert hold Bible study every Monday afternoon at 4:30. Father Zandri held Mass, and Kenny Karp and Margaret Larsen helped with Mass. Residents and families enjoyed rolls and coffee and fellowship. Rev. Wes Weilman held worship service and Jody Flint led our singa-long. Rev. Curtis Garland from Wall, Creighton Lutheran Church, held worship service and Marty Aus led our hymn sing. Rev. Darwin Kopfmann from the Wall Methodist Church, held worship service and Carol Hahn led our hymn sing. Friday afternoon, Susie McEntire and husband Mark Eaton did a gospel service with the resident’s families, Echo Ridge and our surrounding community in attendance. About 69 people attended the afternoon entertainment. What a great afternoon for fellowship. Until next time…May God bless.
Thank you Bertie Schultz for the 14 years of employment with Wall Food Center.
Happy Retirement!
Troy & Gina Schulz
St. Patrick's Catholic Church • Wall Rev. Leo Hausmann Masses: Saturday 5 p.m., Sunday 8 a.m. Weekdays refer to Bulletin St. Margaret Church • Lakeside Mass: Saturday 7 p.m. even number months or Sunday 10 a.m. odd number months Holy Rosary Church • Interior Mass: Saturday 7 p.m. odd number months or Sunday 10 a.m. even number months
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Pennington County Courant • February 9, 2012 •
Page 8
Good Luck Wrestlers at Districts!
District 7B Wrestling tournament
Sat., feb. 11th
11:00 a.m. Philip, SD
teams include:
•Philip Area
•Bennett county •custer •Hill city •Hot Springs •Red cloud •St. thomas More
2011-12 Philip Area Wrestling Team: Back row from left: Chance Knutson, Chandlier Sudbeck, Logan Ammons, Tanner Radway, Clint Stout, Austin Pinney. Third row: Student manager Kelsie Kroetch, Lane Blasius, Reed Johnson, Nick Donnelly and Herbie O’Daniel. Second row: Gavin DeVries, Grady Carley, Rance Johnson, Jed Brown, Blake Crowser and student manager Deserae Williams. Front row: Cass Lytle, Raedon Anderson, Paul Smiley, Brennan Kukal and Roger Davis. Photo by Deb Smith
Region 4B tournament • february 18th • Mobridge, SD
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