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spoke to Philip students about graduating and going into college or tech school for a health care career. there,” said Hallberg. “I can’t guarantee you a job out of college, but there are good jobs, and good paying jobs, out there. The need for health care providers is rock solid.” Hallberg said that over the next few years there will be a decrease in the numbers of graduating seniors in South Dakota, thus there will be fewer people going into the
Number 36 Volume 106 April 26, 2012
PHSI Career Day at Philip High School
by Del Bartels The annual Career Day sponsored by Philip Health Services, Inc. was held Monday, April 23, at the Philip High School. Bart Hallberg from Area Health Education Center, Yankton, was the guest speaker. He visited six different science classes during the day. PHSI’s Jennifer Henrie accompanied him, not only to introduce him to the classes, but to add local information pertaining to his presentations. Hallberg is concerned with medical provider distribution in America. Some places, fairly few, have too many medical personnel, while most rural areas do not have enough. “Our job is to recruit, train and retain health care providers in our state,” said Hallberg. “We are short, we have been short for a long time, and it isn’t getting any better. My job is to provide you with health care needs and requirements.” He said that South Dakota has 60 different types of positions that pertain to the medical field. Of those, Henrie said, “We have 40 different jobs, 40 different things people do, in our little hospital.” “The fact that this hospital is still here and does what it does is a tribute to the people who work work force. He said that it is expected the older population will continue to grow in numbers. With the influx of the tremendous numbers of the 1946-1964 “baby boomers” becoming senior citizens, “Imagine that kind of number flooding the health care needs of this nation,” said Hallberg. “We don’t have enough people to take care of the population with health care.” He continued, “In the health care industry, the customer base is never ending, it will never go away.” Henrie said of the aging population, “Not only is this group getting larger, but they will need more and more health care toward the end of life.” Hallberg said, “College is not for everyone, and that’s okay. There are positions in health care that you can get by going to tech school.” He said that a dental hygienist earns around $69,000 per year in South Dakota. “All of this, all of these jobs, make up the health care industry and you can go to school for them right here in South Dakota.” Hallberg encouraged students to investigate certain programs such as Scrubs Camps, Simulation in Motion, Certified Nurses Assistant institutes and Women in Science.
Promoting health care education and jobs ... Bart Hallberg
Demolition ... The building at 204 E. Pine Street was razed Wednesday, April 18. Four different pieces of machinery
Midwest Co-op railroad project has begun
by Del Bartels Work has begun on the railroad track expansion project for Cenex Harvest States Midwest Cooperative. The co-op is expanding its own railroad side track capability from 25 to 35 railroad cars. An existing loading rail line will be lengthened eastward. It, and a new line, will both extend across S. Auto Avenue. “We plan on it being done the third week in June, barring any unforeseen complication,” said Jay Baxter, site manager for Midwest Cooperatives in Philip. “They are flattening the land and getting it ready, then doing the dirt work.” The construction includes putting in a storm sewer. The entire project will be tiled and tied into the storm sewer so there will be no erosion problems. Actual laying of track is not on the schedule until mid-June. In May, road closed signs will be installed for S. Auto Avenue, and will be used only when needed until the project is done. Double gates will be used on each side of the railroad track crossing to close off the gravel road. The road will be closed for short periods during construction and thereafter whenever railroad cars are being loaded. Railroad car loading will cause it to be closed only temporarilly, then on an estimated one or two days per week. Baxter has met with residents who live near the S. Auto Avenue crossing. “We want to be good neighbors,” said Baxter. The co-op officials have also met with the city and its engineers, AG-E corporation (the Fort Pierre company responsible for the dirt work), MGA Railroad Construction Inc., and Civil Design Inc. (the Brookings firm doing plans and blueprints). “We planned together, with safety being the main concern,” said Baxter. “When you are doing a railroad project, there are a lot of federal regulations. If there are any questions from the community, just give me a call.” Baxter is anticipating the extra capability to create another position at the co-op. “This should create another job and it should also bring a lot more trucks to town because we will be able to handle that much more grain. All this, while adding service to our patron base,” said Baxter.
were used to first take out the light carport behind the former apartment, then the wood and block storage shed in the far back, and finally the block and brick front building. Throughout the day-long procedure, neighboring business owners and employees, and passersby watched from a distance. As shown left, care was taken to not damage the greenhouse immediately east of the main building. Shown above, the remaining front section of the east wall and the front wall came down at approximately 3:00 p.m. Clean-up and loading of dump trucks had been done all day so the site could be cleared progressively and so the debris would not hinder the work. It took 41 dump truck loads to haul out the debris. The basement area of the main building was back filled and the lot leveled. Photos by Del Bartels
S.D. Municipal League officials meet in Kadoka
More than 31 municipal officials representing six cities gathered at the South Dakota Municipal League’s annual District 8 meeting, held in Kadoka, April 17. Yvonne Taylor, SDML executive director, spoke about the outcome of the 2012 legislative session, and the effect new laws will have on South Dakota municipalities. Taylor also discussed the direction and future of the SDML and services offered to the municipalities. “More and more we are seeing the need to get better information out to the citizens and legislators. Municipal government provides a vast array of services, and people need to be informed of where their tax dollars are going. This type of education can only benefit municipal government. The taxpayers would be very proud of their local government if they were fully aware of how much service a municipality provides at a relatively low cost,” Taylor said. Elaine Hendrickson, SDML president for 2012 and finance officer for the city of Baltic, was also on hand to discuss her priorities for the current year as well as to conduct the election of District 8 officers for the upcoming year. Others in attendance were representatives of various state agencies and representatives of groups affiliated with the league. Harry Weller, mayor in Kadoka, was re-elected as District 8 chair and Jackie Stilwell, utility clerk in Kadoka, was re-elected as vice chair. Those attending voted to hold the 2013 District 8 meeting in Murdo.
West River/Lyman-Jones recognized by DENR for water compliance
The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources has announced that the West River/Lyman-Jones public water system and the system’s certified operators have been awarded a Drinking Water Certificate of Achievement Award. The award is for outstanding water system operations and environmental compliance with state drinking water standards for the past year. The system’s certified operators are Jake Fitzgerald, Timothy Byrd, Michael Vetter, Ed Venard, Brandon Kinsley, Eddie Dartt, John Kramer, Steven Baker and Nick Konst. “The best bargain in South Dakota is reliable, high quality, safe water from your public drinking water systems – 24 hours per day, seven days a week,” said DENR Secretary Steve Pirner. “The managers and operators receiving this DENR award guaranteed their water was safe by achieving 100 percent compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act during 2011.” To qualify for the Drinking Water Certificate of Achievement Award, public water systems and their operators had to meet all of the following requirements for 2011: compliance monitoring, drinking water standards, distribute a drinking water report, lead/copper action levels, and comply with operator certification requirements.
Weather spotters class May 2
A free two-hour weather spotters class will be held Wednesday, May 2, in the Philip Fire Hall, starting at 7:00 a.m. Susan Sanders, meteorologist, Rapid City, for the National Weather Service, will conduct the course. The class is sponsored by the Philip Volunteer Fire Department and Haakon County Emergency Management. Sanders will present information on how tornados form and what to watch for, especially when individuals are notified by the NWS. Spotters may be contacted to watch for storms, and they will be taught how to communicate information back to the NWS. The class will use a combination of still photos and videos so people get a sense of cloud motion and winds. Sanders will use videos of past local storms. She will stress how to watch safely. There are two different kinds of storm spotters. Mobile spotters are usually law enforcement and emergency personnel who can be paged from dispatchers. “We like to provide refreshers to these people,” said Sanders. The NWS also uses stationary, or in-place, spotters. “Over the years we’ve got a list of individuals who report wind speed, hail and rain, and snow in the winter,” said Sanders. “We hope we get some interested members of the public,” said Sanders. Presentation of the classes generally rotates among Philip, Milesville and Midland.
Scottie Fest ... The annual school fundraiser was Thursday, April 19. The sophomores offered a sloppy joe supper at their “Emmy Cafe,” then the At The Movies themed evening began. The different booths were: first grade – “National Treasure” locks and keys, sucker tree; third grade – Toy “Store”y, hoop shoot, raffle and popcorn; seventh grade – bake sale, cake raffle and bean bag toss; eighth grade – “Footloose” just dance with Wii; freshmen – “The Longest Yard” jail; Family and Career Community Leaders of America – cake walk; volleyball team – bingo; Drama Club – ring toss and bean bag toss; and the German Club – “Spaghetti Eis” (ice cream that looks like spaghetti). The seniors ran the roving kissing booth; shown are Sam Huston, left, and Kelsie Kroetch, right, planting lipstick badges on Tate DeJong. Photos by Del Bartels
Father and son earn wrestling awards
... Lance Pearson, left, has been chosen by the South Dakota Wrestling Coaches Association as the Region 4A Coach of the Year for the 2011-12 season. He teaches and coaches for Rapid City Central High School. His father, Les Pearson, Philip, has been chosen as recipient of the state’s Friend of Wrestling Award. Les is a prominent volunteer at the annual Philip Invitational Wrestling Tournament and assists with other tournaments. It was required that he be nominated by a wrestling coach, then is voted on by coaches throughout the state for the top candidate. “He’s followed me even up here in Rapid City,” said L. Pearson. “He’s obviously a supporter to a lot of clubs and organizations.” Courtesy photo
Correction
In the April 19 Pioneer Review school board story, three teachers were praised for nearing completion of their masters in education degrees. Laura O’Connor’s name was mistyped. I apologize for the error.
Scottie Fest ... Luke Ferguson in a Transformers costume for “At the Movies” theme.
Scottie Fest ... Kaia and Keelee Griffin were “froggie” and “duckie” over the different activities at this year’s school fundraiser.
Opinion & Community
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Release Time clean-up work ... Local churches hold Release Time on Wednesdays from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. for participating elementary students to be released from school so they can attend youth gatherings at their church. Annually, during one of their meetings during each group’s last few weeks before the school year is over, the kids pick up trash around the area. Shown at left is the First Lutheran group with the trash they collected. Shown at right is the Our Redeemer Lutheran Church group. Shown below is the United Church Release Time group. Though not pictured, the Community Evangelical Free Church group also collected trash.
Letter to the Editor
Dear Editor, I have heard it said that sticking your neck out gets your head cut off, so here goes nothing! I have been back in the area since December and have traveled many places doing many things. I grumble about the gravel roads each time I meet a semi and I try to get off the side because our roads are narrow here. I think we all know that. I think we all know the county has no money to fix this. I think we are all frustrated. A few weeks back the county decided to pull the shoulders. That is always a hassle and makes the roads miserable for a time. Usually it’s just dodging the giant wads of grass and roots and the bumps that make it a nuisance. This time, as I was told, that it was at least onehalf gravel they pulled and dumped in the middle of the road. (Most of the locals would dispute this as it appears to be mostly sand and blow dirt.) While doing this they managed to drag the blade and make some fantastic chatters that are great to navigate with a trailer or an SUV. They sufficiently reduced the speed one can travel down to less than 30 mph in a lot of places. Again,
mostly just a nuisance. Then it rained. Four-wheel drive pickups had to be in four-low to be able to get up and down hills. The ditches were better to drive in. I would know. My brother-in-law had to drive there to get by my vehicle when I got stuck in the middle of the county road going downhill the day after it rained. Because of the precarious spot I was stuck in, for the safety of my son, I was forced to stand on the side of the road for over an hour with my two-year-old waiting for someone to come pull me out. I had simply been attempting to do business in Midland and after my hour wait and subsequent removal was forced to return home and try it another day. The county road crew men were made aware of my plight and they refused to come pull me out because their pickups wouldn’t be
able to do the job because of the condition the road is in. Here’s a thought: if the roads are that bad, close them. If the county can’t travel the roads they maintain, then I’d say they are in sorry shape! I know the county has no money. Everyone knows that. Improvements are few and far between. The roads are dangerous for semis or anyone hauling a trailer. We have to send FedEx and UPS
Basics of Life
When I drive on Highway 14 between Midland and Philip, South Dakota, I catch a small glimpse of yesterday. There emerges spring favorites. I smell the sweetness of new grass and when I pass a house can almost smell cookies and fresh-baked bread. And a place where the American dream is possible, the belief that if you work hard you can make it, regardless of what you look like, what your name is – you can support a family, buy a house, send your kids to college, retire with dignity and respect. That dream has been fraying for too many people in other places. But here you can find the meaning of empathy – a caring for your fellow citizens which leads to the principles of freedom and fairness for all. And the ethic of social responsibility that makes your community better. A family member and I were discussing how much we enjoy reading the Pioneer Review and agreed that for a small city, Philip has highquality journalists. No, they don’t repeat details of national news but cover what their readers are interested in. Big city newspapers whose silly smugness just doesn’t cut the mustard here. There are a number of writers here whose work is always read. Like the homey essays of Vivian Hansen, Sonia Nemec, Marsha Sumpter and others. And then there’s Del Bartels whose work can educate and inform us with amazing information at every level, and still amuse us in his weekly column. He gives voice to the communities’ local happenings, not afraid to tackle issues that affect the community regardless of how difficult or unpopular those issues may be. And the paper’s management, whose ability to lead with fairness, creativity, compromise and openness that the community can believe in and is an example of a decision-making process that listens to all points of view. The season of graduation is approaching and students’ lives may lead to many places. I hope they will take the Pioneer Review with them always. They can be reminded that people in their “home place” appreciate and represent the very basics of life.
Guest Editorial by Bill Kunkle
(trucks) on different routes because of the current condition. The roads shouldn’t be capable of handling speeds of 65-plus, but one sure ought to be able to go down them at 50 mph and not have to hold on to the steering wheel for dear life. Those of us out here in the boonies take our roads seriously. They are the only thing between life and death sometimes. There is no way an ambulance could have made it up the north road going out of Midland or west of Hwy.14/63 going by the old Diamond Ring place on Sunday or Monday. I want medical care accessible for my family if at all possible. I also don’t want my family member injured or worse because they are driving a semi to make a living for us, meet another vehicle and roll because
the road is so narrow. I was angry the other day at the serious inconvenience that met my youngest son and I, but today I want it noted that though I am still upset, I am more concerned for our citizens. If the county has no money to fix the roads, what are they planning to do when they are sued for negligence because someone is injured or killed? I truly hope we never have to find out the answer to that. Sincerely, /s/Karri Buck, Midland P.S. I was asked if I would thank the county boys when we have improved roads. The answer is yes; I will gladly thank them for making things better and safer.
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Too much stuff ... by Del Bartels
I hear that there is a television show about people who hoard. Why this would appeal to viewers is beyond me. Although, hoarding is something that most people do to some degree; the only differences are what and how much they collect. People who lived during the Great Depression were ingrained with the necessity of never throwing anything away. Those were the days when a lost button was found and sewn back on. In today’s world, the garment would probably be thrown away. Yet, unbelievably, some teens purchase pre-worn and pre-ripped jeans. We now live in a society where it is actually easier and cheaper to buy a new television set than to get the old one repaired, that is if anyone would repair it and if they could find parts. Try having someone fix your old microwave. Still, there are people who hang on to such stuff to someday fix it. The great-grandparents who have 46 photo albums of their extended family which covers six decades could be labeled as hoarders. If the people, places and occasions are listed on each photo, and if family members actually want to inherit those albums, then I can understand this grandiose collection. If a young couple has 46 albums of photos of their child’s first year, then that might be a tad extreme. Their fifth child probably won’t have a fraction of that many photos. I’ll bet most of us have something in the refrigerator that is more than vintage. Tabasco sauce dated 1999; yeah, that was a very good year. Do you still have a disco shirt in your attic, or is it still in your closet, or worse yet did you wear it last week? It might be safe to finally give up and throw out your eight-track cassettes. The clumsy kids have grown and moved out, so why do you still have the set of plastic cups and dishes? Are your favorite tennis shoes so worn that they look more like sandals? The hammer head in your tool box has waited five years for a new handle. Are there spare keys in a drawer from a car that was sold three years ago? Are you still wearing a mood ring? You can get free state maps, so why keep the progression of old ones in your glove box? Don’t waste your time planting the cucumber seeds bought four years ago. Do you use your car trunk for storage? The white wedding dress has been stored to be handed down and used again, but you have only sons – or do you plan on re-using it yourself? Do you still have several boxes in the garage that have not been opened in the last three moves to different houses? How many flashlights are in your house that will never work again? Does anyone really re-read National Geographic magazines, especially since some of those countries don’t even exist anymore? Do you have six how-to books on how to unclutter your house? If your “collection” can never be sold or even given away, why collect it? Do you have eight rooms worth of stuff and live in a six room house? Would it take you three weeks to move, or three years?
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Thinking about creative thinking
Tapping our creative potential Thinking outside the box Creative thinking Thinking differently Solving problems and challenges Innovation and ingenuity Where would be in this world if people did not take time to think, to dream, to invent, to create? Smart phones and iPads, computers and electricity, television, the internal combustion engine and jet engine, computers, duct tape (my personal favorite), little yellow sticky note pads, and pocket calculators are just a few of the millions of great products that have come to us as a result of someone's creative effort. Most of us tend to think it takes a very special type of person to be creative, while thinking of ourselves as ‘not very creative’ or lacking in any creative genius at all. In reality, we all have the potential to be creative, that is to think creatively. Next time you feel less than creative, take these simple steps and you will see that you are indeed a creative person. Step 1. Gather all the facts. Don’t leave anything out. Step 2. Become constructively discontent. Allow whatever is leaving you feeling dissatisfied to help you identify the challenge. Step 3. Do some ‘green light thinking.’ Think of ALL the possibilities and at this point, don’t rule anything out. Step 4. Make a decision, choosing the best idea from your list of possibilities. Step 5. Write a plan of action and then act on it. As long as you keep trying new things, new ways, new strategies, and follow these simple steps, your mind will be sharp and alert and you will never be lacking in creativity!
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April 26, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •
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Obituaries
Mark A. Seifert________________________________
up there and was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith. He graduated from Philip High School and married his high school sweetheart, Lynn Millage. Mark and Lynn celebrated 37 years together and were blessed with a daughter, Wendy Seifert (Brad Geidel); two sons, Eric Alan Seifert and his wife, Lalenia, and Jeremy Seifert (Melissa Cracco), all of Rapid City; seven grandchildren, Erica, Dylan, Justice, Mahrie, Caden, Allen and Eloise. Mark is also survived by two sisters, Lynda and her husband, Rod Olson, of Monmouth, Ore., and Candice Thorson of Rapid City; three other brothersin-law, Ron and his wife, Marilyn Millage, Joe Millage (Elaine Thennis), and Steve Millage, all of Philip; a host of nieces and nephews, cousins and friends who will miss him dearly. He was preceded in death by his parents in 2000. Mark learned the electrical trade from his dad in his youth, and spent his lifetime working in the electrical field while living in various places: Philip, Gillette, Wyo., Lusk, Wyo., Lead, Colorado Springs, Colo., and Rapid City. Twenty-seven of those years were spent working for Muth Electric. Mark was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed fishing, hunting and camping with family and friends. He also enjoyed woodworking and giving of his time and talents to his church. A Celebration of Life memorial service was held Friday, April 20 at Divine Shepherd Lutheran Church in Black Hawk, with Pastor Randy Sturzenbecher officiating. A memorial has been established. Friends may sign his online guest register and offer condolences at www.serenityspringsfuneralchapel.com.
Of Interest to Veterans
– desecrating the American flag –
by Norris Preston past national vice-commander the American Legion A spike in flag desecrations has led the American Legion national commander to call on lawmakers to quickly pass a proposed constitutional amendment that when ratified by the required states would allow Congress to protect the United States flag from desecration. “For years opponents of this measure have been telling us that flag desecration in the United States was so rare that this amendment was not needed,” said Commander Fang A. Wong. “Yet the Associated Press reports that there have been several such incidents at the Occupy Oakland demonstrations. Moreover, some in Congress say that this is a waste of time. What they don’t understand is that most Americans are sickened when they see Old Glory desecrated, and polls show that they widely support this amendment. This measure has bipartisan support. The flag protection amendment is a prime opportunity for members of Congress to come together and accomplish something great for the American people.” The struggle to protect the flag from desecration began shortly after the United States Supreme Court ruled in 1989 that flag desecration was “protected speech.” The American Legion and other organizations were outraged that the five to four ruling invalidated flag protection laws in 48 states and the District of Columbia. In response, the American Legion and the Citizens Flag Alliance, a coalition of more than 140 organizations that is now chaired by Harvard law professor Richard Parker, have championed the passage of a narrowly drawn constitutional amendment that would return to the people the right to protect the flag of the United States. Such an amendment has passed the House of Representatives six times but has fallen short of the necessary twothirds supermajority required to pass the Senate. “The last time a vote was taken in the Senate it fell only one vote short” Wong said. “As people are again seeing images on YouTube of their flag being desecrated, the same flag that covers the coffins of our war heroes returning from Afghanistan, we think it’s time for Congress to take another vote. The American people should tell their representatives and senators to support S.J. Resolution 19 and H.J. Resolution 13. Congress can either stand with the one percent who desecrate the flag or the 99 percent who revere it.” The amendment itself would not ban flag burning, it would simply authorize Congress to pass a law which would prohibit the desecration of actual United States flags. Its entire text is, “The Congress shall have power to prohibit the physical desecration of the flag of the United States.” If the measure were passed by Congress, it would require ratification by threefourths of the states before it would become enshrined in the Constitution.
Mark Alan Seifert, 56, of Rapid City, formerly of Philip, went home to be with his Lord on Monday, April 16, 2012. Mark was born February 23, 1956, in Philip to Wendell and Joyce (Honeyman) Seifert. He grew
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A safe community begins at home
by United States Senator Tim Johnson (D-SD) When we talk about keeping communities safe, attention naturally turns to keeping police on the beat and crime off the streets. What’s often overlooked is what’s going on inside far too many homes every day. Domestic violence is a national epidemic, and it’s tearing families and communities apart. We can’t have truly safe communities until people are able to feel safe inside their own home. This belief has traditionally transcended partisanship, especially when Congress passed the original Violence Against Women Act in 1994. I cosponsored the legislation at that time because I recognized the immense need for these programs and what a true game changer this bill could be. Not only did it provide record funding to help prosecute offenders, it also focused on prevention efforts and help for survivors. I’m proud that this legislation passed both chambers with overwhelming bipartisan support and was signed into law by President Clinton. The Violence Against Women Act was the first of its kind, and it proved enormously successful. When the legislation came up for reauthorization in 2000 and 2005, Congress again acted in a bipartisan manner to keep this law on the books, with the support of President George W. Bush. Along the way, the law was expanded not only to protect women from violence and sexual assault, but also to address stalking and dating violence. The coalition of Republicans and Democrats in Congress, together with local law enforcement, prosecutors and advocates in the field never wavered. Congress is moving to reauthorize this legislation again this year. Although we have made great strides since the original law came into effect almost 20 years ago, domestic violence remains an issue nationwide. The Centers for Disease Control recently estimated that one in five women have been raped in their lifetime and 25 percent of women have been the victim of severe physical violence. Clearly, there’s more work to be done. That’s why I’ve cosponsored the reauthorization again this year. Just like past versions of this
SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH Philip – 859-2664 – sacred@gwtc.net Fr. Kevin Achbach Saturdays: Confession from 3 to 4 p.m. Saturday Mass: 5:00 p.m. Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. (August) Tues-Wed-Fri. Mass: 8:30 a.m. Thurs. Mass: 10:30 a.m. at Philip Nursing Home ****** ST. WILLIAM CATHOLIC CHURCH Midland – 859-2664 or 843-2544 Fr. Kevin Achbach Saturday Mass: 7:00 p.m. (Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct., Dec.) Sun day Mass: 11:00 a.m. (Jan., Mar., May, July, Sept., Nov.) Confession: Before Mass ****** ST. MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH Milesville – 859-2664 Fr. Kevin Achbach Sunday Mass: 11:00 a.m. (Feb-April-June-Oct-Dec) Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. (August) Saturday Mass: 7:30 p.m. (Jan-March-May-July-Sept-Nov) Confession: Before Mass Monday Release Time: 2:15 p.m. ****** FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Frezil Westerlund 859-2336 • Philip E-MAIL: prfrezil@gmail.com SUNDAY WORSHIP: 8:30 a.m. 1st Sunday: Coffee & Rolls after worship First Lutheran Ladies Bible study. There are two Bible study groups: each meeting monthly. One meets on the second Tuesday at 12:00 p.m. at First Lutheran Church and the other meets on the second Wednesday at 1:00 p.m.
bill, this year’s reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act makes sure that we are keeping up with the challenges we’re facing. Current studies predict that more than one in three American Indian women will be raped in their lifetimes, and two in five will be victims of physical abuse. That’s why this bill includes measures to prevent and address violence and sexual assault in Indian Country, and strengthens efforts to prosecute those that commit these horrible crimes. Without these enhanced measures, our tribes would be left without the ability to prosecute all offenders. Criminals could then go unpunished, free to walk the streets and continue their cycle of violence. This is morally wrong
and would make all South Dakota communities less safe. Nearly 30 years ago as a member of the South Dakota State Legislature, I introduced legislation to help fund domestic abuse shelters. Since that time, we’ve come so far in preventing the spread of violence and addressing the effects of assault. Now is not the time to put the brakes on decades of bipartisan progress. The safety of communities in South Dakota and across the nation begins at home. The Violence Against Women Act has a strong track record of proven success. Congress should act to reauthorize this law and give our prosecutors and local law enforcement the tools they need to keep our communities safe.
Reward for information in shooting of whooping crane near Miller
A reward has been offered by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the shooting of a whooping crane located along 354th Avenue, approximately 17 miles southwest of Miller. Law enforcement officers from the service and the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks are investigating the shooting, which took place Friday afternoon on April 20. The migrating adult whooping crane was traveling with two additional whooping cranes before being shot with a high-power rifle as it was standing in a corn field. Anyone with information should call either the 24-hour Turn in a Poacher Hotline at 1-888OVERBAG (683-7224) or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at 605224-9045 to report any information which will aid officers in the apprehension of the shooter. Callers can remain anonymous. Observations and other information reported by the public play a key role in solving wildlife crime, according to Brad Merrill, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service special agent. The whooping crane is among one of the rarest birds in the world with a total population of approximately 600 individuals worldwide, which includes captive raised whooping cranes. The crane which was killed, its mate, and their subadult whooping crane were among less than 300 whooping cranes migrating from their wintering grounds found in Aransas National Wildlife Refuge along the Texas Gulf Coast to Woods Buffalo State Park located in Alberta and the Northwest Territories in Canada. This population of cranes is the only self-sustaining population of whooping cranes in the world. In addition to the Endangered Species Act, whooping cranes are protected by state laws and the federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act.
Lasting Legacy Deadline: May 15th
Another Lasting Legacy plaque is being prepared to be added. If you would like to be included, send in this entry form by May 15, 2012. SEND FORM AND CHECK TO: Marcia West, PO Box 430, Philip, SD 57567. Paid by (NAME)___________________________________________________ Address _________________________________________________________ Phone No. _______________________________________________________ Example: JOHN DOE JOHN & MARY DOE JOHN DOE FAMILY
PLEASE INDICATE BELOW THE NAME EXACTLY AS YOU WANT IT TO APPEAR ON THE LASTING LEGACY. (30 letters maximum.) Periods, commas and apostrophes do not count as a space. No numbers are allowed. Fee is $60.00 PER LINE.
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at the lobby of the Senechal. No Bible studies during June, July, & August. ****** TRINITY LUTHERAN Pastor Frezil Westerlund Midland – 843-2538 SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:30 a.m. Ruth Circle: 3rd Tues. at 2 p.m. Nowlin Circle: Last Wed. at 9 a.m. Rebecca Circle: Last Wed. at 7 p.m. (Nov. thru Feb.); 6:30 p.m. (Mar. - Oct.) ****** DEEP CREEK LUTHERAN Moenville – 843-2538 Pastor Frezil Westerlund SUNDAY WORSHIP: 1:30 p.m. (CT) ALCW: 3rd Thursday, 1:30 p.m. ****** OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN Long Valley Pastor Frezil Westerlund Saturday Evening: 5:00 p.m. ****** DOWLING COMMUNITY CHURCH Every Sunday in July Services at 10:00 a.m. followed by potluck dinner CONCORDIA LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Art Weitschat Kadoka – 837-2390 SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:00 a.m. ****** OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH, Philip (605) 669-2406 • Murdo Pastor Ray Greenseth Sunday Worship Services: 1:00 p.m. ****** OPEN BIBLE CHURCH • MIDLAND Pastor Andy Blye 843-2143 • facebook.com/midlandobc Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship Service: 10:30 a.m. Bible Study: Wed. at 7:30 p.m. Women’s Ministries: 2nd Thurs., 1:30 ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN CHURCH 10 miles SE of Midland • Pastor Glenn Denke • 462-6169 Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m. (CT) Sunday School: 10 a.m. CT Sunday Bible Study: 10 a.m. ****** PHILIP COMMUNITY EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip – 859-2841 Sunday School – 9:15 a.m. Sunday Services – 10:30 a.m. Last Sunday of the month – potluck dinner following church services Last Monday of the month – Evangelical Ladies Service/Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Wed. Night Prayer & Bible Study: 7 p.m. Everyone Welcome!! ****** HARDINGROVE COMMUNITY EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip 859-2841 • garyaw@aol.com Worship Service: 8:00 a.m. • Children's Church: 8:30 a.m. Ladies’ Aid - 2nd Thurs. at 7:00 p.m. Bible Study & Prayer, Mondays at 7 p.m. ****** UNITED CHURCH OF PHILIP Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310 Home: 859-2192 • E-mail: chez@gwtc.net Sunday Worship: 9:00 a.m. UCW meets 2nd Friday at 9:30 a.m. ****** FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF INTERIOR Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310 E-mail: chez@gwtc.net Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m.
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THE BIBLE by Paul M. Sadler
Earlier this year, my wife and I had an opportunity to visit the “Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible” exhibit at the Milwaukee Museum. When we entered the exhibit, we were given a small hand-held recorder about the size of a cell phone. As we made our way through the exhibit, we simply punched in the number of the display and were given an explanation of the scroll, book, or artifact and its significance. In addition to the Dead Sea Scrolls there were numerous biblical artifacts that took you back in time to the days of our Lord. For example, there was a display of the coinage of the period that was embossed with an image of Caesar. This would have been the same type of coin the Lord pointed to when He answered the question of the Pharisees and the Herodians about paying tribute to Caesar (Mark 12:13-17). There was also an exhibit of oil lamps, one of which would have been the type used in the Parable of the Ten Virgins. It was interesting to see how the five wise virgins would have trimmed their lamps (Matt. 25:1-10). The most fascinating part of the exhibit was the Dead Sea Scrolls, which incorporated the development of the English Versions of the Scriptures, as well as the Guttenberg Bible, the first Bible ever produced on a printing press. I personally accept by faith that we have the Word of God today. But for the skeptic or critic who questions the Word of God, the Dead Sea Scrolls clearly show the providential care of God. For example, the oldest copy of the Torah prior to the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls would have been about the 10th Century. The Torah is the first 5 Books of the Hebrew Bible ascribed to Moses. Archeologists date the Dead Sea Scrolls between the 1st Century B.C. and the first half of the 1st Century A.D. They were discovered in caves on the sheer rock face of the northwest shore of the Dead Sea by a Bedouin shepherd in 1947. Despite the vast period of time between these two sets of manuscripts there is an amazing continuity, especially in regard to sense. For example: The English translation of Deuteronomy 8:19 from the 10th Century (Hebrew Masoretic Text) states: “I testify against you this day that ye shall surely perish.” When the Scholars translated this same passage from the Dead Sea Scrolls manuscripts it came out as follows in English: “I testify against you today that you will surely be destroyed.” Hopefully, you will have an opportunity to visit this exhibition which is touring the country; it is well worth your time.
Ronald G. Mann, DDS Dentist Philip, SD 859-2491
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while taking care of that business and bummed coffee at Dean and Mary Parsons’ and had a nice visit. On the way home, I stopped by Mary Schnee's to give her a hand with a computer glitch and was able to fix it. Home just in time to get supper on the table at the usual time. Friday, Tony Harty went to the clinic in Kadoka for a doctor's appointment, then had coffee out. He went to Philip in the afternoon on business and visited with David Burnett before returning home. Don and Vi Moody returned to the ranch Saturday, did a quick check around the cattle and back into Rapid City for Sunday to get another horse checked into at the little ranch. They visited with Susan Fellow's father, Bud Baker, and also Roy Dishman about the irrigation canal updates a couple of times over the weekend to check out changes to be made at the crossing near Rapid Creek. Saturday morning, Ralph and Cathy Fiedler and Caitlin and Hannah Klumb headed for Rapid City. They met Eric and Sherry Hanson and Elsie and Tessa Klumb for lunch, then went to the mall to do all-girls power shopping. Later, Richard and Diana Stewart met up with them. The guys did their thing and the gals continued shopping. Later, the Klumb girls loaded up with the Hanson family to go back to Spearfish. Diana and Cathy met Richard and Ralph to do some visiting and then later went to supper together. After supper, Ralph and Cathy returned home to Sturgis and the Stewarts went to their motel room. Cathy said they have changed neighbors to the west, their single guy friend moved out and a couple with young teenage son moved in. So changes in the neighborhood. Saturday following coffee out, Tony Harty visited with the Hairs. They were still digging out their camper and getting things situated. It seems that whatever Shirley needs, L.D. can lay his hands on it right quick, so they must be seeing the light at the end of the unpacking. Visitors at Tony's home later in the day were a couple of Hutterites from the Miller Colony who picked up a lot of the canning jars Tony had been gifted
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Betwixt Places News
by Marsha Sumpter • 837-2048 • bilmar@gwtc.net
Our young guest from a few weeks ago, Matthew Blair, had been browsing through some of the old books I have in one room. One such book, “The Evolution of Industry,” by D.H. MacGregor, M.A. was looked at, a little of the book goes as such, “The growth of population means a force of increasing demands. But all these demands take us back to the land. All the goods we use are transformations of products given us at that common source … The demand grows and the land must supply it … but the land does not grow; and its fertility is subject to a law which is not a law of increase … A great part of the land area of the world … cannot be cultivated at all without loss; that is to say, more goods would be consumed in cultivating it than it would yield. The force which comes between the growing wants of the people and the lessening fertility of land is invention.” You hear ads telling people that agriculture is the driving force that keeps America healthy, that was even evident in this book on industrial evolution. Earth Day is an attempt to make folks realize the value of the land. Mark May 6 on the celendar, Mother's Day. May your memories of your mother be of all the blessings she bestowed on you. If you are lucky to still have your mother, make her day special. Don and Vi Moody have enjoyed another busy week. Monday, they started working on fixing up the yards and trying to get some trees planted. The fencing crew is keeping them busy buying materials, but the progress is rewarding! Monday, I had a trip to Rapid City with the Haakon County Prairie Transportation van and had a little time to shop for a more powerful router to distribute the Wi Fi connection all over the house. When I got home the challenge was to get it to work on the remote printer as well. Tony Harty had coffee out, then checked on how L.D. and Shirley Hair were coming at getting settled in. They were still tired from the trip up. L.D. had a construction job lined up already and will soon be at work. Tuesday, Mike and Patty Groven came by for a short visit and to bring me a little project they wanted done for the Philip golf course. Patty said she and Arlene Kujawa had fixed up some of the flowers at the golf course and stuck a sign in that told them to grow. Two guys, Cory and Brent, from Nebraska who were in the area to hunt turkeys with Richie and Rusty Baye spent Tuesday night at George and Sandee Gittings’. Sandee went to Rapid City Tuesday afternoon to attend a two-day school Wednesday and Thursday. Tuesday, L.D. and Shirley Hair got a second wind and made a trip to Rapid, so Tony Harty found out after coffee when he called to check on them. Wednesday afternoon, I made a trip to Rapid City with the HCPT van for appointments and some shopping. Nickie (McDaniel) Bonenberger and her two littles one visited after she got off work. Grandson Zack Seager called at the same time, so he and Nickie visited. They graduated together and discussed the upcoming 10-year class reunion. Zack was just “checkin' in” on us. His work is going good and he learns something new every day. They are installing flooring all around the area and keeping very busy. Don and Vi Moody had lunch in Kadoka Wednesday and had a fun visit with Ken Kusick. They also ran into Linda Stillwell for a brief visit while doing business around town. In the evening Vi had lots of long distance calls from friends near and far. Raynae (Brooks) Richburg, Irvington, Ala., called. Shortly after, Lorraine Newman Courtney called from Dallas/ Ft. Worth, Texas, area to visit about a vacation together in Texas. Lorraine is Owen and June Newman's daughter, former ranchers in this area. It was discovered that Lorraine and her husband, Ed, also
have property in Oklahoma not far from Don's brothers’ homes. It was all the storms and tornadoes that were in abundance around their area which prompted a lot of these calls. It was coffee time with the local folks for Tony Harty Wednesday morning, then he visited with the Hairs. Shortly after lunch, he picked up Wilma Stout and they made a trip to Rapid City for shopping and to attend the Community Action Program meeting and supper, returning home that evening. We dumped 1/10 of rain from the gage Thursday morning. Bill delivered the sign to Grovens here in Kadoka and also made some deliveries around Philip. Cathy Fiedler reports that they were cool most of the week with evening rains that totaled about 40/100 in Sturgis and Thursday morning it was very foggy. Seems like the wind blows every other day. Friday afternoon, Ralph and Cathy went to Spearfish when she got off work, did shopping and then went to the Don Klumb home for a good cookout and some visiting. Granddaughters Caitlin and Hannah went back to Sturgis with Ralph and Cathy. Tessa picked a school dance with a friend over a visit with grandma and grandpa. Don't they grow up too fast! Tony Harty visited the Hairs in the morning and visited with his niece, Kathy Brown, in the afternoon Thursday. Don and Vi Moody left for Rapid City late Thursday evening for a few days "getaway" to get caught up on that little property and check things out. Trees are beautiful and the yard and newly stained shadow box fence is very pretty with a decorative black chain link facing south in the backyard with a see through view that way, still very pet protective. Another shower left 2/10 in our rain gage Friday morning. Bill was in Philip for cards daily and does do errands for me, but the list on Friday was just too long. So, I went over and took care of it myself. Time to get those taxes paid before the end of the month, so dropped that check off at the Haakon County Treasurer's office and chatted with Patti Rhodes. Visited with June Huston at the FSA office
by the Carson family. L.D. Hair came and helped load. Tony visited his niece, Kathy Brown, in the afternoon. Visitors at our place Saturday were Phyllis Word, who was sporting a wound after suffering a fall at the church during release time Wednesday. The good news was she didn't break anything, and another positive, her granddaughter, Mackinzie, can help with bandages. I offered, but it seemed everything was under control. Tony Harty came by in the evening for a visit as well. Following church Sunday, Tony enjoyed dinner at home, he'd cooked up some chickens. Kathy Brown celebrated her 50th birthday, so he took over a chicken for their supper that evening. He visited L.D. and Shirley Hair after supper. You never know who you will meet around here, or at least that is how it goes for us. At breakfast Sunday morning we visited with a couple who said they were from Germany … found out they spend most of their time in Fairfax, Minn., where they have a home. Another unsuspecting tourist fell prey to my question, “Do you want to fly?” Well, not Sunday, but since Bernd and Karin Hillmann were interested in art (He is a 'starving artist' he said.) they were invited to come by our place and see some of the work of my great-grandmother, Isabelle May (Little) Weeks, and her sister, Frances (Little) Dolson, had painted in the late 1800s. Bernd was so excited about some of the art he was going to send me material and instructions for stretching the canvass on one
painting and how to clean, using an onion and other techniques and also restore. He showed me his portfolio of art he has for sale as well as many original watercolors done by his father who was a known artist in Germany. After spending two hours of their morning visiting, Bill said I still wouldn't let them leave, had to follow them out to their car! Anyway, they escaped without an airplane ride. After church, Bill surprised me by suggesting we take a fly. Wow, didn't let that invitation lay idle. We flew over the Terry Buchert farm/ ranch, checking to see what was happening. We spotted a tractor with the drag on it sitting idle in the Milesville area. The air was a bit bumpy, but a beautiful day to be flying. Jerry Patterson surprised us when he stopped in for a visit. He had taken the great-grandchildren to the playground at the school, so decided to check in on how we were doing. The rain we received last week and the small amounts this week certainly are greening things up in fine shape. Jerry said work on Highway 73 going south sure slowed them down getting to the Black Pipe place. They have to go by way of Belvidere to Norris, then to the farm. Since he sold the Royer place, he now only has the Tornado ranch, but he said the fishing was good there and that is a good way to entertain the great-grandchildren. “There is little difference in people, but that little difference makes a big difference. The little difference is attitude. The big difference is whether it is positive or negative.” W. Clement Stone
The family of Bob & Doris Sheeley invite you to honor them with a Card Shower on their 50th Wedding Anniversary April 28, 2012.
e children, grandchildren & siblings of long-time Haakon County resident
Aldene Towne
are honoring her on her 90th birthday Saturday, May 5th in Mesa, Arizona. Her actual birthday is May 11.
Aldene is doing well & living in a nursing home in Mesa. We would love to present her with cards from her friends in the area where she lived for so many years! Cards may be sent to: Aldene Towne, c/o Sandy Johnson 11409 E. Minton St. Mesa, AZ 85207
Scottie Fest
... Taking their shift at the bingo booth were, from left, Afton Burns, Sam Johnson and Ellie Coyle.
Cards of congratulations may be sent to: PO Box 19761 Colorado City, CO 81019
Total ion oduct Pr Sale
Hauge Valley Red Angus
Selling 9 head of yearling bulls (Lots 135-143)
Tuesday, May 1st
at “Bull Day” The Main Event
Scottie Fest ... The ever popular jail had many inmates through the evening.
Philip Livestock Auction
Reference Sire:
LJC Mission Statement P27
The right balance of maternal & carcass traits!
–––––––––––––EPDs––––––––––––– BW -0.1 • WW 45 • YW 100 • Milk 17
Sells as Lot 140 HVRA Logan Mission Y008 BD: 3-28-11 ––––EPDs–––– BW -0.5 • WW 28 YW 63 • Milk 26
Sells as Lot 141 HVRA Mission K-Rob Y007 BD: 3-23-11 ––––EPDs–––– BW -0.3 • WW 38 YW 82 • Milk 22
•Moderate birth weights •High Maternal •Bulls GROWN, not fattened!
Mark & Karen Nelson (605) 859-2187 • Philip
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Philip successful at state FFA convention
The Philip FFA chapter was very successful at the state convention in Brookings April 15-17, bringing home numerous team and individual honors. Seniors who earned the State FFA Degree were Dusti Berry, Colter Cvach, Sam Haigh, Wyatt Johnson and Kyle Schulz. Haigh was awarded a $500 Northland Ford Scholarship. A total of 19 FFA scholarships were awarded. The natural resources team took first place honors out of 61 teams. Individually Wyatt Johnson was second, Avery Johnson fifth, Nick Hamill, eighth and Jade Berry 10th. A total of 218 high school students participated in the contest. The horse judging team took second placed out of 55 teams. Austin O’Dea was fourth, Dusti Berry, 15th, Wyatt Schaack, 23rd and Justina Cvach placed 47th out of 179 students. Also placing second was the ag mechanics teams. There were 48 teams with 159 students in the contest. Kyle Schulz took first place in the contest. Jace Schofield was sixth, Alen Piroutek, 74th and Thomas Doolittle 138th. The range plant ID team was third out of seven teams. Bailey Anders was seventh, Seth Haigh eighth, Sam Haigh 10th and Brock Hanson 14th out of 24 kids. The agronomy team placed sixth out of 36 teams. Ryan Van Tassel placed 16th, Colter King, 17th, Tanner Radway 49th and Brayden Fitch 62nd out of 127 students. The floriculture team placed eighth out of 52 teams. Out of 182 students Katie Haigh placed 20th, Shelby Schofield, 33rd, Peyton DeJong, 34th and Katie Hostutler, 73rd. The ag business team was ninth out of 27 teams. Out of 96 students Colter Cvach was 15th, Carl Poss 32nd, Madison Hand 74th and Bailey Radway 86th. The livestock team was 44th out of 66 teams. Megan Williams was 36th, Seth Haigh 66th, Reed Johnson, 82nd, and Sam Haigh 133rd out of 237 students. As part of the convention some of the Philip students helped with a second annual event. The blue corduroy jacket is a familiar symbol of the FFA organization, worn as part of official dress during most FFA activities. On April 16t at the South Dakota FFA convention in Brookings, as part of the second annual SD FFA Day of Service members removed their jackets and replaced it with an apron, hair net and plastic gloves to help fight hunger. This service project exemplified the portion of the FFA motto which
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Kids Against Hunger ... Some of the Philip FFA students joined forces at the state convention to help box up dry ingredients for a worthy program.
Elementary Science Day ... The Philip elementary students spent Monday, April 23, having fun and simultaneously learning science. Above, Jennifer Jones checks on a student’s progress in making a grass caterpillar, a horticulture project with an example of the grown product in the foreground. Upper right, Dani Foss, Lana Elshere and Theresa Deuchar summarize the history of the Mammoth Site in Hot Springs and prepare the project of the students making individual, miniature sink holes out of frosting, sugar cubes, clay and gravel, all with tiny pewter mammoths ready to fall in. Below, instructor Lee Vaughan illustrates for the first grade class the importance, function and equipment of the Philip Airport. He also had a hands-on lesson on the parts of a small propeller airplane. Photos by Del Bartels
Earning the top degree for FFA ... These five Philip FFA seniors earned their State FFA Degree at the convention in Brookings. Back row from left are Wyatt Johnson, Sam Haigh and Colter Cvach. Front from left are Kyle Schulz Courtesy photos and Dusti Berry.
states “Living to Serve” by teaming up with the Aberdeen and Sioux Falls area Kids Against Hunger organizations in packaging dry ingredient meals, KAH is a humanitarian food-aid organization whose mission is to significantly reduce the number of hungry children in the USA and to feed starving children throughout the world. The meals consist of rice, soy, vegetables, vitamins and minerals. The food is designed to have a high nutritional value and strengthen the immune system. Each package of food includes six one-cup servings. Each 32 pound box of food holds 36 bags; each meal costs 23 cents. South Dakota FFA members measured, poured, sealed and boxed 85,536 meals in assembly line fashion throughout the daylong event. Members were logged in and out to keep track of service hours which at the days end totaled 473 hours. To help defray the cost of ingredients several businesses and individuals donated funds, among those a group of South Dakota agriculture cooperatives (Country Pride Cooperative, Winner; Central Farmers Cooperative, Marion; North Central Farmers Elevator, Ipswich; Dakotaland Feeds Huron) whose donations were matched by the Land O Lakes Foundation totaling $5,000. FFA members left the event knowing that by giving a few minutes of their time they would make a significant difference in the life of a person less fortunate then themselves.
Hand takes first at Philip golf tournament
The Philip Scotties hosted the Philip Golf Tournament at the Lake Waggoner Golf Course, Friday, April 20. For the girls’ teams, out of 13 schools represented, Wall earned first place with a total score of 294. White River took second place with 314, and St. Francis totaled 338 for third place. In individual girls’ scoring, Philip High School golfer Madison Hand took the top honors with an 18-hole total score of 87. Wall’s Autumn Schulz also scored an 87, losing out by tie breaker rules. Philip had one other female golfer for this tournament, Peyton DeJong, who came in 23rd. For the boys’ teams, out of 11 schools represented, White River took first place, with a score of 242. Wall’s A team came in second with
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a total of 267. Philip’s Black team claimed third place with 286. Philip’s Orange team shot a total of 300 for seventh place. Individually, out of 40 golfers, White River’s Joe Cameron walked away with top honors for shooting a 39 in the first nine holes and a 38 in the back nine for a total of 77. Philip’s Tate DeJong held on to the seventh place spot after scoring 41+47=88. Teammate Avery Johnson got 13th place with a
Scotties ... The team members competing in their own Philip Golf Tournament, Friday, April, were, back row, from left: Wyatt Johnson, Cody Reder and Trey DeJong. Middle row: Avery Johnson, Tate DeJong and Tristen Rush. Front: Peyton DeJong and Madison Hand. Not shown: Gavin Snook. Hand won the girl’s division with an 18-hole total score of 87. Photo by Del Bartels
43+50=93. Cody Reder shot 50+47=97 for 18th place, and Wyatt Johnson shot 51+47=98 for 19th place. Tristen Rush finished the day in 24th with 45+56=101. Trey DeJong shot 59+46+105 for 29th place. Gavin Snook claimed 34th with a total of 53+56=109. The next meet for the Philip Scotties will be Saturday, April 28, in the Western Great Plains Conference Golf Tournament in Wall, beginning at 9:30 a.m.
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Scotties at Kadoka Community and People’s Market meets
Philip Scotties athletes competed at the Kadoka Community Track Meet, Tuesday, April 17. “Very nice day and we had some great times. Just need to continue to work hard in practice as it’s starting to show,” stated head coach Tom Parquet For the boys, Blake Martinez brought home a first place in the pole vault with a nine foot clearance. Nelson Holman jumped the same height to bring home second place. Paul Guptill ran a time of 45.3 seconds in the 200 meter dash to earn a second place. For the girls, Ariana Arampatzis lead her team in first place finishes. She triple jumped 31 feet, pole vaulted 8’06” and ran the 300 meter hurdles in 20.6 seconds, all for first place honors. She long jumped 15’6.5” for a second place spot. Josie Guptill ran the 100 meter hurdles in 17.2 seconds and the 400 meter dash in 1:00.6, taking first in both events. She, Tia Guptill, Holly Iwan and Misty Johnson earned first place in the 4x400 meter relay in a time of 4:22.2. LaRae Van Tassel, J. Guptill, M. Johnson, and Iwan ran 4:41.2 to win the medley relay. Katlin Knutson vaulted 6’06” for a second place. A time of 10:45.1 earned a second place in the 4x800 meter relay for Knutson, Ellie Coyle, Iwan and M. Johnson. BOYS
Shot Put Quade Slovek – 5th, 33’7.50” Discus Jade Konst – 4th, 95’10” Slovek – 5th, 94’10” Pole Vault Blake Martinez – 1st, 9’ Nelson Holman – 2nd, 9’ Cooper West – 3rd, 7’6”
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ementary Spelling Bee was held Thursday, April 19. The top five finishers from each grade will compete in the Regional Spelling Bee in Murdo, Monday, May 7. Above are the top five of the first graders. Back row, from left: Gracie Fitzgerald – 1st place, McKenna McIlravy – 2nd place, and Brandon Carpenter – 3rd place. Front: Kamri Parsons – 4th place, and Colby Fosheim – 5th place. Alternnates are Taylor Ross and Romy Andrus. Photos by Bartels
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Spelling Bee ... Above are four of the five top five finishers of the second graders. Back row, from left: McCoy Peterson – 1st place, and Allison Williams – 2nd place. Front: Reese Henrie – 3rd place, and Eathan Martin – 5th place. Not shown: Jenna Engbarth – 4th place. Alternates are Alec Crowser and Brin Heltzel.
Spelling Bee ... Above are the top five finishers of the third graders. Back row, from left: Sarah Parsons – 1st place, Reece Heltzel – 2nd place, and Jesse Hostutler – 3rd place. Front: Kelton Quinn – 4th place, and Brett Daly – 5th place. Alternates are John Piroutek and Jasmine Hiatt.
Spelling Bee ... Above are the top five finishers of the fourth graders. Back row, from left: Autumn Parsons – 1st place, Joey Carley – 2nd place, and Jet Jones – 3rd place. Front: Bosten Morehart – 4th place, and Riggin Anders – 5th place. Alternates are Victor Dennis and Bailey Bierle.
Spelling Bee ... Above are the top five finishers of the fifth graders. Back row, from left: Morgan Cantrell – 1st place, Aitanna Nadala – 2nd place, and Kari Kanable – 3rd place. Front: Jasmine Ferguson – 4th place, and Brice Hanson – 5th place. Alternates are Pedro Dennis and Samantha Fillingim.
Spelling Bee ... Above are the top five finishers of the sixth graders. Back row, from left:Tristen Schofield – 1st place, Jade Jones – 2nd place, and Abby Marin – 3rd place. Front: Anna Belle McIlravy – 4th place, and Conner Dekker – 5th place. Alternates are Megan Hindman and Kobie Davis.
Spelling Bee ... Above are the top five finishers of the seventh graders. Back row, from left: Nick Donnelly – 1st place, Molly Coyle – 2nd place, and Peyton Kuchenbecker – 3rd place. Front: Tia Guptill – 4th place, and Elise Wheeler – 5th place. Alternates are Samantha Schofield and Riley Heltzel.
Spelling Bee ... Above are the top five finishers of the eighth graders. Back row, from left: Tyshia Ferguson – 1st place, Jane Poss – 2nd place, and Grady Carley – 3rd place. Front: Keegan Burnett – 4th place, and Ellie Coyle – 5th place. Alternates are Ta’Te Fortune and Rance Johnson.
Scotties at Kadoka Community and People’s Market meets
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300 Meter Hurdles Paul Guptill – 2nd, 45.3 200 Meter Dash Guptill – 6th, 25.0 4x100 Meter relay Philip (Slovek, Gavin Brucklacher, Martinez, Holman) – 6th, 51.0 4x400 Meter relay Philip (Brucklacher, Martinez, Holman, Guptill) – 4th, 4:04.5 Medley relay Philip (Grady Carley, Garrett Snook, Jace Giannonatti, Keegan Burnett) – 5th, 4:41.5 Discus Tyana Gottsleben – 4th, 74’7” Tyshia Ferguson – 6th, 72’6” Long Jump Ariana Arampatzis – 2nd, 15’1.5” Triple Jump Arampatzis – 1st, 31’00” Jordyn Dekker – 6th, 27’5” High Jump Sam Johnson – 5th, 4’3” Pole Vault Arampatzis – 1st, 8’6” Katlin Knutson – – 2nd, 6’6” 100 Meter Hurdles Josie Guptill – 1st, 17.2 300 Meter Hurdles Arampatzis – 1st, 50.6 Tia Guptill – 2nd, 53.9 100 Meter Dash T. Guptill – 3rd, 14.4 200 Meter Dash Brett Carley – 4th, 30.7 400 Meter Dash J. Guptill – 1st, 1:00.6 Peyton Kuchenbecker – 5th, 1:09.6 800 Meter run Kuchenbecker – 5th, 2:48.1 1600 Meter run Holly Iwan – 3rd, 5:54.4 Ellie Coyle – 4th, 5:58.2 4x100 Meter relay Philip (Carley, Rachel Kochersberger, Destannie Noteboom, LaRae Van Tassel) – 6th, 1:00.4 4x200 Meter relay Philip (Misty Johnson, Van Tassel, Kaci Olivier, Carley) – 4th, 2:00.0 4x400 Meter relay Philip (J. Guptill, T. Guptill, Iwan, M. Johnson) – 1st, 4:22.2 4x800 Meter relay Philip (Knutson, Coyle, Iwan, M. Johnson) – 2nd, 10:45.1 Medley relay Philip (Van Tassel, J. Guptill, M. Johnson, Iwan) – 1st, 4:41.2.
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Shot Put Seth Haigh – 4th, 36’7.25” Quade Slovek – 6th, 35’8” Discus Sam Haigh – 5th, 112’7” Slovek – 6th, 112’4” Long Jump Kyle Schulz – 2nd, 18’5” Pole Vault Nelson Holman – 3rd, 9’0” Blake Martinez – 4th, 9’0” 300 Meter Hurdles Marcus Martinez – 1st, 43.4 Paul Guptill – 2nd, 45.6 4x200 Meter relay Philip (Gavin Brucklacher, Guptill, M. Martinez, Grady Carley) – 5th, 1:43.5 4x400 Meter relay Philip (B. Martinez, Guptill, Holman, Schulz) – 2nd, 3:47.8 Medley relay Philip (Guptill, Schulz, Holman, B. Martinez) – 4th, 4:10.6 Shot Put Tyana Gottsleben – 5th, 24’9” Discus Gottsleben – 1st, 87’11” Tyshia Ferguson – 5th, 73’10” Triple Jump Ariana Arampatzis – 2nd, 30’7.5” High Jump Sam Johnson – 5th, 4’5”
the annual People’s Market/Discount Fuel Track Meet in Kadoka, Friday, April 20. Marcus Martinez earned first place in the 300 meter hurdles with a time of 43.4 seconds. Ariana Arampatzis qualified for state competition in the 300 meter hurdles with her time of 49.2 seconds, also giving her second place at this meet. Josie Guptill took first in the 300 meter hurdles in a time of 47.6 seconds. Tyana Gottsleben threw the discus 87 feet 11 inches for first place. Arampatzis pole vaulted nine feet to take that top spot. Two relay teams earned first places. In the 4x400 meter relay, J. Guptill, Tia Guptill, Misty Johnson and Holly Iwan ran a time of 4:25.5. In the 4x800 meter relay, Peyton Kuchenbeker, Ellie Coyle, M. Johnson and Iwan ran 10:32.7. BOYS
Pole Vault Arampatzis – 1st, 9’0” Kaci Olivier – 4th, 7’0” Rachel Kochersberger – 6th, 7’0” 300 Meter Hurdles Josie Guptill – 1st, 47.6 Arampatzis – 2nd, 49.2 Tia Guptill – 4th, 51.9 400 Meter Dash LaRae Van Tassel – 5th, 1:08.4 3200 Meter run Allison Pekron – 4th, 15:09.4 4x100 Meter relay Philip (T. Guptill, Ellie Coyle, Ashley Williams, Jaslyn Konst) – 6th, 1:02.8 4x200 Meter relay Philip (Brett Carley, Van Tassel, Olivier, Jordyn Dekker) – 4th, 2:01.5 4x400 Meter relay Philip (J. Guptill, T. Guptill, Misty Johnson, Holly Iwan) – 1st, 4:25.5 4x800 Meter relay Philip (Peyton Kuchenbecker, Coyle, M. Johnson, Iwan) – 1st, 10:32.7
J. Guptill will compete in the Special 400 at the Black Hills Track Classic in Sturgis, Saturday, May 28. She is one of the exclusive eight athletes to run in this invitation-only event. The Scotties’ next meet will be in Lyman, Thursday, April 26, starting at 1:00 p.m. On Friday, April 27, the junior high will compete in Lemmon, and again in Kadoka on Saturday, April 28 starting at 10:00 a.m. The high school Philip Scotties will participate in the Sturgis meet, Saturday, April 28.
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SMALL HOUSE FOR SALE IN WALL: Completely rewired, new lighting, new windows, redwood deck, fenced backyard. Call Lesters, 279-2528. PW20-3tp FOR SALE: Taking bids on a 24’x40’ split foyer house near Wicksville, to be moved. Steel siding, new shingles, flooring and countertops. Excellent condition. For more information call PW19-3tp 381-8147. HOUSE FOR SALE, LOCATED AT 607 SUNSHINE DRIVE, PHILIP: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2100 sq. ft. home on a large lot located on a quiet cul-de-sac. Has attached 2-car garage, storage shed, large deck and an underground sprinkler system which operates off a private well. Contact Bob Fugate, Philip, at 859-2403 (home) or 515-1946 (cell). P3-tfn
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BOAT FOR SALE: 16’ tracker with 50 hp. motor, electric trolling motor, 55 lb. thrust. $5,500. Call 843-2139, (cell) 685-5586, ask for Jim. P20-2tc
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Wow!! Another roller coaster ride with our ups & downs, but now we are on the upside swing. Thank you to Corinne & Mitch for being in Rapid City for Ronnie’s surgery & taking a couple of watches. Thanks to Butch & Peg Cacek for the sleeping quarters & an “on duty,” so I could get a wink or two. Thanks also to Craig Blom for helping us when we left the hospital. Thank you for the phone calls, visits, flowers, gifts & food that we have received. Home is a good place to be. May God bless, Ronnie & Emily Sammons
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Scottie Fest ... Young Aisha Ferguson won the doll house, complete with elevator, that was raffled off. Actually her big sister put in the coupon for her.
Scottie Fest!
Scottie Fest ... Earning the most tickets, the evening’s king and queen were Reed Johnson and Kaci Olivier. Winning as princess and prince were Peyton Kuchenbecker and Nathan Kreft. Each of the four received a $15 gift certificate from the Gem Theater.
of friends who converged for coffee and a piece of birthday cake baked by Marjorie Wampler. The guests Carmen Russell, Lila Blanchette and Kay Kitley presented Ann with a bottle of perfume. 25 Years Ago April 23, 1987 Selma Weber took over the “Back Yard Tan” business in September, 1986. This unique business is located just around the corner to the east of the Drummer in Philip. Selma is a very busy young woman running the tanning shop and working for the shopper in her spare time through a connecting door. Ottumwa … Jim Van Tassel recently received his commercial pilot’s license and instrument rating, completing his training through the Ice Flying Service in Pierre. Social News … Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ireland came from Scotland, S.D., Thursday to visit their daughter and family, Lu and Jerry Roseth. A baby boy, Cory Robert, was born to Randy and Marla Boyd April 13, 1987, at 5:50 p.m. He weighed eight pounds and nine and a quarter ounces and was 21 inches long.
Blast from the Past
From the archives of the Pioneer Review
85 Years Ago April 26, 1928 The Maytag Washing Machine Company of Newton, Iowa, the largest manufacturer of washing machines in the world has established a branch agency in Philip, and expects to make this a distributing point for their machines. Mr. L.F. Kelly and his family is expected to arrive during the coming week and will establish themin the Presbyterian selves parsonage for their present residence, which Mr. Kelly has already rented. *** Oh-h-h, Girls … A leap year column published for the common good. Selmer Thorson, here is one of the prominent, likeable, marriageable young farmers of the Grindstone neighborhood. There is every reason why he should be married, and married before this, yet he keeps to his bachelor ways. Indeed, he is coming to perform every year more and more like a confirmed bachelor. Whether this is due to the fact that the young women have overlooked him or to the fact that he has discouraged their advances. The main point is to go straight after Selmer and tie him up tight. Elbon Locals … Willie Ruenholl overhauled the lighting plant at Elbon the fore part of the week. Christian Odegard, a brother of Hans and John Odegard arrived in Philip April 12th from Norway. He expects to stay here for some time and will make his home with Hans and John and assist them with their farm work. Local News … Marie Lamm, little three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Lamm, who has been a patient at St. Mary’s hospital for the past several weeks was able to return to her home. Marie has suffered a second mastoid operation. Ed Pearson returned home Wednesday from Hot Springs where he has been a patient at the Battle Mountain Sanatorium. Mr. Pearson was operated on six weeks ago and has been employed at the Sanatorium since he regained his strength from the operation. Grindstone News … Jay Gehan, a brother of Mrs. William Gottsleben, recently piloted his plane and four passengers from Sioux City to Havre, Montana, thru dangerous storms. Mr. Gehan has the honor of transporting the first air shipment of livestock ever made. On Tuesday, Richard Palmer was able to again “fork a horse” for the first time since he was taken with pneumonia. Hilland News … While working in the tool shop last Friday, Henry Kronen had the misfortune of receiving a black eye. Senior class play at Gem Theatre May 9 and 10 … The “Gypsy Trail” is a clever comedy of adventure, romance and promises. Nine member of the class of ‘28, five girls and four boys, will give the play. 75 Years Ago April 22, 1937 Trapped in his blazing automobile following a headon crash with a truck, George Fauske, 50, farmer living southeast of Quinn, burned to death on Highway 14-16, about five miles east of Quinn Monday evening. His car crashed into a truck loaded with hay, driven by Walter Peters of Martin. *** Ward Schwenk, who is connected with the Coast-to-Coast store in Philip, is in a Rapid City hospital suffering from a fractured hip and arm and possible internal injuries, as a result of a headon collision of two cars in Rapid City early Sunday morning. *** Two Haakon County women, sisters, each gave birth to a baby boy on the same day, in the same hospital, and in the same room, with the same doctor in attendance. They are Mrs. Ray McKillip, who resides in the Manila neighborhood, and Mrs. Peter Fosheim, living eight miles west of Hayes. The twin cousins arrived on March 22, 1937, only three and a half hours apart at St. Mary’s Hospital in Pierre. They were named after the ladies’ father, Ira Erwin Hand, on being given the name George Erwin Fosheim and the other John Ira McKillip. They left for home on the same day. And on the way home each of the two cars in which they were riding got stuck in the same mudhole. 50 Years Ago April 26, 1962 Mass of the Angels was celebrated Monday, April 23, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church for Denise Dawn Fortune, who passed away April 20, at the Quinn Hospital following a siege of spinal meningitis. The baby was only four months and one day old. *** The Jaycettes held their April meeting with Kay Dietrich and Kay Kroetch as acting hostesses. Nine members were present. Election of officers was held and Belle Ravellette was elected president, Jan Hewitt, vice president, secretary, Kay Kroetch and JoAnn Stillwell treasurer. *** Three youths staged burglaries at the Park-Inn Cafe, Jake’s Sinclair and the Gamble store. The series of incidents started sometime between 2:00 and 4:00 a.m. The first report of the break-ins came shortly after 4:30 a.m. when Eva Shoemaker, morning cook at the Park-Inn Cafe on Highway 14 found no money in the cash register there. Social Lines … Easter visitors in the John Harnish home were Elvera of Augustana, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rockafellow and daughters, Rhonda and Judith Ann. Ann Moses was surprised on her birthday last Thursday by a group
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