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by Del Bartels Toyeala (Fortune) Cuka opened her Tease beauty salon Monday, March 19, at 170 S. Center Avenue. The salon includes in its clientele, women, men and children. Though currently specializing in cuts and colors, Cuka plans on expanding into other facets of the hair and beauty world. The salon will be open 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday and every other Saturday. The business telephone is the cell phone number of 858-8527. Cuka graduated from Philip High School in 2009. She then attended Stewart’s School of Beauty in Sioux Falls. Marrying Myles in May 2011, she transferred to the Desereé and Company School of Beauty in Sturgis. She graduated from there in September 2011. Since then she has been working on the building that Tease is in, and has been continuing her education with additional beauty classes. Tease is geared to be smaller and more personal. “It’s a lot more oneon-one with people,” said Cuka. “You learn a lot from your clients. You connect a lot more with people.” “As I get going, I am going to be adding more, such as microdermabrasion skin treatment, spray tanning, manicures and pedicures
New business, Tease salon opens in Philip Philip High School’s all-school comedy play “Doctor Jeckyll, No Place to Hyde” Open for
business ... Toyeala (Fortune) Cuka is available six days a week for customers of all ages. The Tease beauty salon currently specializes in cuts and colors, with future expansions into hair extensions, microdermabrasion skin treatments, manicures and pedicures and other facets of the hair and beauty world. Photo by Del Bartels
by Del Bartels Add a mother and a fiancee who are control freaks, a vivacious French cabaret dancer, a supersarcastic man-servant, a con-man black-mailer and a meek scientist who goes wildly berserk at a sneeze – and you have this year’s Philip High School all-school play. The PHS drama group will perform the comedy “Doctor Jeckyll, No Place to Hyde” Thursday and Friday, April 12-13, with a possible third performance Saturday, April 14. This fast-paced farce is set in 19th century London, in Dr. Jeckyll’s waiting room. The main character, played by Trey DeJong, is the meek and distracted Jeckyll. He accidentally discovers a formula that turns him into a partying, womanizing, brutish socialite. One of the side-effects is it also causes his hair to grow very, very fast. The brute is wanted by women, by the night-life establishments and by the police. One of Jeckyll’s absent-minded and straight-faced comments is, “I can grow a mustache in an hour and a half, but I can never tell where it's going to come out.” The comedy’s hilarious confusion is held together by the man-servant, played by Brad Pfeifle. He compares his present responsibilities to destitutes’ prison, “This is almost better; are you familiar with sarcasm, sir?” He is abused by almost everyone on stage; slapped by the females, arrested by the police, ignored and taken for granted by his boss, and don’t ask about the horse. When Jeckyll’s mother and fiancee converse with Jeckyll, Pfeifle comments, “This is like a bad ventrilloquist act, but which is the dummy?” Kelsie Kroetch plays the monster-like fiancee, Prunella Pepperdill, who is about as sweet as her name. Her claws come out when she sees that Sterling Ellens’ character, a French temptress, believes she owes Jeckyll for saving her life. Kroetch is hilarious, especially considering she has some pretty big shoes to fill. Jeckyll’s domineering mother is played by Rachel Parsons. Even Pfeifle’s character cringes when she enters the stage. She says to Pfeifle’s character, “I’ve never been so insulted!” to which he replies, “Then you haven’t been listening.” Her only hope, though not much of one, for happiness is trapping some blind, deaf and dumb man into dating her daughter, played by Shelby Schofield. The daughter has the at-
Pioneer review
Number 33 Volume 106 April 5, 2012
Each their own character ... In the Philip High School comedy, from left: Kelsie Kroetch the possessive fiancee, Jodi Parsons the not-to-be-denied mother, Trey DeJong the scientist in a hairy situation, Brad Pfeifle the sarcastic manservant, and Sterling Ellens the cabaret interest. Photos by Del Bartels
and hair extensions,” said Cuka. “Ever since I was a little girl, I worked on Barbie hair. I love color and making people feel great about themselves.” The name Tease should attract the younger crowd. “It goes with what I do with beauty,” said Cuka. “It’s downtown, an easy location. I’m looking to work with young
kids to older people, the whole age range. For women who come into town with their husbands going to the sale barn, it’s close and downtown.” She said of her husband, Myles, who is an electrician, “He’s very supportive. He always says, ‘do what you love, otherwise what’s the point of going to work?’ ”
Haakon County officials run unopposed for primary election
by Nancy Haigh County official positions will be unopposed during the primary election in June. Submitting petitions were: Sheriff: Fred Koester. District 2 Commissioner: Gary Snook. District 4 Commissioner: Nick Konst. Treasurer: Patti Rhodes. Coroner: D.J. Rush. State’s Attorney: Ralph (Chip) Kemnitz. Current state’s attorney Gay Tollefson is a registered Independent and has until June to file her petition, which she said she will do. The deadline for filing a petition to run as an Independent candidate is June 5 at 5:00 p.m. One other petition was filed for the sheriff position, but a certificate of qualification was not filed, making the individual ineligible.
Clarification
A story in the March 29 issue of the Pioneer Review concerned living wills, power of attorney and long-term care. Philip Health Services, Inc. does not participate in a Medicare-certified hospice program, but provides compassionate end of life care. The hospice Medicare benefit is a separate Medicare benefit which may be utilized if the patient is enrolled in a Medicarecertified hospice program. Also, Medicare does not pay for any type of custodial long-term care.
Keeping each other’s secrets ... It’s no secret that the Philip High School comedy is funny and fast-paced. From left: Stirling Ellens, Tate DeJong, Trey DeJong, Jodi Parsons and Shelby Schofield.
tention span of a brick, except when it comes to trapping the hairy brute that is the monster Sir Hyde. Ellen’s portrayal of the attractive French damsel in distress is uproariously provocative. The other women hate this character, the men go goofy around her, and even the man-servant loses his sarcasm for a few seconds. Still, she is a dominant personality and keeps the humor up to full speed when the action gets frantic. Tate Dejong plays the French father, a shady owner of a caberet, one of the many places in town that everybody should stay out of but everybody seems to eventually go to, especially Hyde. The con-man is sort of kept in check by his daughter and his wife. Peyton DeJong plays the French mother, who realizes what kind of characters her husband and daughter are. Wyatt Johnson plays Sir Hyde, making the transition as easy as sneezing. He likes the ladies, likes the nightclubs, and must be a marathon runner in keeping ahead of the lonely sister, the cops and the persistant blackmailer. (continued on page 2)
Voters asked to raise Philip’s debt limit
by Del Bartels The Philip City Council, at its monthly meeting, Monday, April 2, voted to put a general obligation bond on the ballot for the county primary election June 5. The city did not get grant money for the Wood/Walden Ave. improvement project. The state Board of Water and Natural Resources has approved a loan package totaling more than $1.8 million to Philip for improvements to the city’s wastewater collection and storm sewer systems. This is a 30-year loan at 3.25 percent interest. In order for the city to take advantage of the loan, it has to guarantee payment. The city will do two things. Philip will designate $8.80 of the established sanitary sewer monthly minimum rates as committed toward this loan. The rates will not be raised; simply a portion collected will go directly toward the loan. Second, for Philip to have the possibility of using more or all of the loan for the Wood and Walden Avenues project, the city would have to increase its constitutional debt limit. Taxes would not go up, but as Councilman Mike Vetter said, it would be like a person asking their credit card company to raise that person’s limit. The voters will decide in the election June 5 about raising the city’s debt limit. The general obligation bond will include both the Wood/Walden Ave. project and the Pine St. Phase III project which includes Wray Avenue. The council has set policy and fees for depositing demolition material from condemned structures at the rubble site. A cost of 55 cents per square foot has been set for just demolition, and a cost of 75 cents per square foot has been set for demolition and the hauling away of the rubble. The council accepted a $5,300 quote from O’Connell Construction to demolish the building at 204 E. Pine Street and $5,000 to clean-up the rubble site. The airport projects will have 90 percent of the total costs paid for by the federal government, a decrease of five percent from previous projects. The state has stepped up and will pay eight percent for one year, with Philip responsible for two percent. The second year the breakdown will be Federal Aviation Administration – 90 percent, South Dakota Department of Transporta(continued on page 2)
These area congregations invite you to celebrate the miracle of Easter.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
Philip Holy Thursday Mass ~ 7:00 p.m. Good Friday Mass ~ 5:00 p.m. Easter Vigil Mass (at Milesville) ~ 8:30 p.m. Easter Sunday Mass ~ 7:00 & 11:00 a.m.
United Church
Philip Service of Holy Communion ~ Thursday, 5:30 p.m. Good Friday Service ~ 12:00 p.m. Easter Sunday Service ~ 9:00 a.m.
St. Mary’s Catholic Church
Milesville Good Friday Mass ~ 7:00 p.m. Easter Vigil Mass (Saturday) ~ 8:30 p.m. No Mass Easter Sunday
Our Redeemer Lutheran Church
Philip Monday, April 9th Service ~ 6:00 p.m.
Evangelical Free Church in Philip
Good Friday Service ~ 7:00 p.m. Easter Sunrise Service ~ 6:30 a.m. with breakfast to follow Special Easter Service ~ 10:30 a.m.
Storm debris ... At approximately 7:30 p.m., Monday, March 26, a sudden wind storm swept through Haakon County. The wind blew dust and dirt so fiercely that many people initially thought it was a rain downpour being blown almost horizontally. The area lost electrical power for about half an hour. The brunt of the wind hit ranch buildings on M&A Farms a mile and a half north of Philip, taking off a roof and scattering materials eastward. Harlan Moos said, “Those bulk bins just stood there, and it took out the roof and the south wall (of the big outbuilding). It scattered big bale piles, took some out of the middle row and didn’t even break the string on them. It came so fast. It was interesting for a while, you couldn’t see 20 feet out of the window.” Much of the debris shown above had already been piled from the surrounding fields. Right is a tree at the Philip Masonic Cemetery that did not fare the storm well. According to Susan Sanders of the National Weather Service in Rapid City, “A cold front with very strong winds moved through western South Dakota on the evening of March 26. These winds were caused by a strong barometric pressure difference and weren't straight-line thunderstorm downdraft winds or a tornado; we had no indications of either on the Doppler radar. The weather station at the Philip Airport measured a gust of 61 miles per hour at 7:46 p.m. Photos by Del Bartels
St. William Catholic Church
Midland Good Friday Mass ~ 3:00 p.m. Easter Vigil Mass (at Milesville) ~ 8:30 p.m. Easter Sunday Mass ~ 9:00 a.m.
Hardingrove Evangelical Church
Milesville Good Friday Service ~ 5:00 p.m. Special Easter Sunday Service ~ 8:00 a.m.
Western New Hope Lutheran
First Lutheran Church • Philip Good Friday Service ~ 12:00 p.m. Easter Sunday Service ~ 8:30 a.m. Trinity Lutheran Church • Midland Good Friday Service with Open Bible Church ~ 6:00 p.m. Easter Sunday Service ~ 10:30 a.m. Deep Creek Lutheran Church Easter Sunday Service ~ 7:00 a.m. (CST) with breakfast to follow
St. Peter’s Lutheran Church
Midland Easter Sunday Service ~ 7:00 a.m. (CST) Breakfast following service
Open Bible Church
Midland Good Friday Service ~ 6:00 p.m. Easter Sunday Breakfast ~ 8:30 a.m. Easter Service ~ 9:30 a.m.
Opinion & Community
(continued from front) tion – five percent and Philip – five percent. The Philip Chamber of Commerce has filed its annual special event application for Festival Days, this year on June 15-17. Police Chief Kit Graham will hire two additional police officers for the event. Approved building permits include Jason Harry for a deck, Allan Manley for a fence addition, to Philip Ambulance Service for having replaced a concrete pad, for Bill and Karyl Sandal to replace a front step with a deck and for a fence, and to Steven Stewart for a fence. Jack Rush was approved to add west side additions to a brick building on Highway 14, though the east side additions must wait for the city to review and approve a requested 10 foot vacation following a public hearing next month. Rush plans on building two additions, including an attached three-car garage with drainage and an additional sewer tap. The city’s gross salaries for March totaled $24,597.69. The city’s percentages of insurance, retirement and withholding added another $8,035.03. The total for all other bills came to $52,906.85, which includes over $10,698 for health and dental premiums and over $4,030 for garbage pickup. The rubble site will begin its summer hours Saturday, May 5. The site will be open the first, third and fifth Saturday’s and second and fourth Friday’s from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The annual free dump weekend is set for Friday and Sat-
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To raise Philip’s debt limit Philip water/sewer projects to receive $1.8 million loan
urday, May 11-12. The rubble site will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. both days. If that weekend is rained out, then free dump days will be the following weekend. Senior citizens and disabled citizens may get pick-up assistance on Monday, May 14. The council authorized the mayor’s signature on the 2012 Learn-to-Swim agreement with the American Red Cross at the annual fee of $300. Rose Bennett will be the swimming pool manager for the 2012 season. Lifeguard applications close April 20, and will be reviewed by the health and recreation committee Monday, April 23. The South Dakota Municipal League District 8 Meeting will be April 17 in Kadoka. Deputy Finance Officer Brittany Smith and police officer David Butler will be attending the South Dakota Association of Code Enforcement meeting May 9-10 in Pierre. A municipal election will be held for the mayoralship, Tuesday, April 10. The poll will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. in Room A-1 at the Philip High School. The two candidates are Lou Ann Reckling and Vetter. The new mayor will have to appoint a new Ward II councilman. The council will meet as an election canvassing board, Monday, April 16, at 4:00 p.m. in the commissioner’s room. The council’s next regular meeting will be Monday, May 7, at 7:00 p.m. in the Haakon County Courthouse community room. The state Board of Water and Natural Resources has approved a loan package totaling more than $1.8 million to Philip for improvements to the city’s wastewater collection and storm sewer systems. The $1,823,300 package includes a $750,000 loan for wastewater collection system improvements and a $1,073,300 loan for storm sewer improvements. Both loans are from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund. The wastewater project involves replacing 3,500 feet of eight-inch and four-inch sanitary sewer pipe, nine manholes, and making street repairs. The storm drainage project involves installing 2,150 feet of 12inch to 24-inch storm sewer pipe, eight storm sewer manholes, and erosion control measures to better manage storm water runoff. The loans will cover the entire estimated cost of the projects. Both loans have terms of 3.25 percent interest for 30 years. The Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program provides low-interest loans for wastewater and storm sewer projects. The state Board of Water and Natural Resources has approved $43.4 million in grants and loans for drinking water, wastewater, storm water, watershed improvement, landfill, and recycling projects. The board met Thursday and Friday in Pierre. The $43,444,554 total includes more than $10 million in grants and $33.4 million in loans, with more than $1.8 million of the loan total in principal forgiveness. The grants and loans awarded by the board are administered through the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR).
Looking for next of kin
The 1972 Rapid City Flood Memorial Committee is looking for next of kin of all victims of the 1972 flood. Anyone knowing next of kin of Edwin B. Harry, who was buried in the Midland cemetery, please contact Chuck Childs at 605-721-1800.
Honored Lumberman of the Year 2012 ... During it’s 93rd annual convention, February14-15, the South Dakota Retail Lumberman’s Association honored Philip’s Mike Moses. Moses has served on the SDRLA board from 2004 to 2010, being the president in 2009. Moses said of the award, “I was surprised. I had no idea. I’ve always liked to work with wood. Even in high school, shop was my favorite class.” In 1980, Moses started working as a lumber contractor in Philip. In 1986, he worked as a yardman for Wampler Lumber Company, where he worked his way up to a management position. In May 1994, he opened Moses Building Center. Courtesy photo
Philip AAU wrestlers at state
The Philip AAU wrestling team had 17 wrestlers who had worked their way up to earning a berth to the state tournament in Aberdeen, Saturday and Sunday, March 2425. There were approximately 1,200 wrestlers at the meet on Saturday. The Philip team had 11 of its athletes make it through to the placing rounds on Sunday. The final results were: Ages six and under Lincoln Koehn – heavy weight, 2nd place. Ages seven and eight Stratton Morehart – 50 lbs., 7th place. McCoy Peterson – 60 lbs., 7th place. Ages nine and 10 Reece Heltzel – 75 lbs., 3rd place. Jesse Hostutler – 80 lbs., 5th place. Cody Donnelly – 85 lbs., 2nd place Bosten Morehart – 112 lbs., 5th place Ages 11-12 Cash Wilson – 70 lbs., 4th place Keagan Fitch – 95 lbs., 3rd place Ages 13-14 Nick Donnelly – 110 lbs., 2nd place Kaylor Pinney – 120 lbs., 6th grade. Philip had six wrestlers who did not advance into the placing rounds: six and under – Ryker Peterson, 45 lbs.; ages seven and eight – Eastan West, 55 lbs.; ages 11-12 – Colby Fitch, 75 lbs., Hunter Peterson 80 lbs., Pedro Dennis 85 lbs.; ages 15-16 – Bryan Letellier 98 lbs.
O’Connor interviewed on Internet
Authenticity Radio, an Internet station, will be broadcasting an interview with Philip O’Connor. Titled “Population One,” the interview will be about the sole resident of Capa. Population One is about an authentic man who continues to live in an abandoned ghost town. The Internet interview will air Thursday, April 12, at 10:00 a.m. Central Time. The segment can be heard at www.authenticityradio .com. After the airing, people will be able to continue listening to the broadcast on demand at the website. The Internet radio station states that it is authenticity radio, about real people and real authentic talk. Talk personality Slade Suiter interviews O’Connor and asks what is life like living in Capa. “Well, I am alone, however I am not lonely,” stated O’Connor. “I thought it would be wonderful if people were to hear from a person who knows what it is to live in a ghost town,” stated Suiter. “I know Philip because he is my second cousin and I have visited him before and his dog Midnight. Authenticity Radio seeks out subjects, talks, real people relating to authenticity. Philip O’Connor is as authentic as a person can be.”
THE GARDEN CLUB … will meet at Gary Phillips’ greenhouse on Tuesday, April 17, at 6:00 p.m. Everyone welcome. PHS CLASS OF 1962 GET-TOGETHER … 50 year reunion will be June 16th at 3:00 p.m. at the 73 Bar in Philip. RELEASE TIME CLEAN-UP … The Community Betterment Committee is again sponsoring a release time clean-up. You may clean up your area any Wednesday in April. Gloves and bags are provided. For more information contact Darlene Matt at 859-2077. AARP TAX-AIDE … Free tax preparation for all ages. Bad River Senior Citizen’s Center in Philip, Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to noon. Call Bob McDaniel, 859-2227, for appointment. Walkins welcome. To have your NON-PROFIT meeting listed here, please submit them by calling: 859-2516, or e-mailing to: ads@pioneer-review. com. We will run your event notice the two issues prior to your event at no charge.
Winter Wheat, 12 Pro .........................................................$6.44 Winter Wheat, Any Pro .......................................................$5.64 Spring Wheat, 14 Pro .........................................................$7.84 Corn ..................................................................................$5.70 Milo....................................................................................$5.55 Thursday: Partly cloudy. High of 73F. Winds from the SE at 10 to 20 mph. Breezy. Chance of rain 20%. Thursday Night: Partly cloudy with a chance of rain in the evening, then mostly cloudy with a chance of a thunderstorm and rain. Low of 46F. Winds from the SE at 15 to 20 mph. Breezy. Chance of rain 40% with rainfall amounts near 0.3 in. possible. Friday: Overcast with a chance of a thunderstorm and rain. High of 72F. Winds from the SSW at 20 to 30 mph. Breezy. Chance of rain 40%. Friday Night: Mostly cloudy in the evening, then partly cloudy. Low of 34F. Winds from the NW at 15 to 25 mph. Breezy. Saturday: Partly cloudy. High of 59F. Winds from the WNW at 10 to 20 mph. Breezy. Saturday Night: Clear. Low of 32F. Winds from the WSW at 5 to 10 mph shifting to the South after midnight. Sunday: Clear. High of 73F. Winds from the NW at 10 to 25 mph. Breezy. Sunday Night: Partly cloudy. Low of 34F. Winds from the NW at 10 to 25 mph. Breezy. Monday: Partly cloudy. High of 68F. Winds from the NW at 20 to 25 mph. Breezy. Monday Night: Partly cloudy. Low of 34F. Winds from the NNW at 5 to 20 mph. Log on to www.pioneer-review.com for all of the latest weather updates for your area.
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PHS’s all-school comedy
(continued from front) Sam Stangle, James Fitzgerald, and Brian Pfeifle. Stangle, in leading the group in a Charlie Chaplin sort of chase for their Hyde, states, “I always get my man,” to which the lonely sister states, “You must show me how.” When it comes to the climatic fight scene, remember to hide, no Hyde, no hide, oh forget it. Crew responsibilities are on the shoulders of William Coyle and Cole Rothenberger. In this comedy directed by Laura O’Connor, the laugh lines come quickly, keeping up with the quickness of some of the entrances and exits.
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In the sunlight ... by Del Bartels
The weather had been hot, unseasonably so. The weather had been dry, forebodingly so. The last few days had been again cool, comparatively cold, and the wind was coming around with a wickedness. The rancher absently swiped at the dust on the back of his neck that had crusted to his skin because of his dried sweat. He took a breather, mentally ticking off his list of things to have been done before yesterday. His grain bins were almost emptied, last season’s grain taken to the elevator in early preparation for this season’s crop. Fences had been checked, and sections had been repaired more permanently than was done during the winter. Seed had been delivered. His tractors and trucks had been serviced. Man, tires were getting more and more expensive. The trip to visit the banker for cash flow and operation loans had not been all that painful this year, but had still been far from pleasant. Now the next shipment of fertilizer could be delivered. In checking the cows and calves this morning, he had shaken his head at how easily his pickup had forded the creek. Rain had better come. He set his fencing gear in the back of the pickup. A sudden blanket of brightness covered the fields in front of him. Through a break in the clouds, the sun glared down and the rancher squinted. Maybe ... but no, he still didn’t think he could back off for most of the day tomorrow. His wife and their kids had already told friends and other family that he probably couldn’t get away tomorrow. The rest of the family would be in church. They would have dinner with one of the families who had invited them over, but he was feeling the springtime racing at him. Besides, church would be so full of the Christmas-andEaster-goers that he wouldn’t be missed. He backhanded some dust from his lips and took a swig from his water jug. The sun’s expansive light moved across the fields, with the shadow of the clouds moving away from it as it rolled across the distance. Under the shadow the ground was dull, hazy, browner, colder. In the light the new grasses shimmered with greens. Reflections from young shoots, turned soil, tree buds, wire in fence lines, made colors dance. The previously accepted grays of the blustery day could be compared to the brightness under the son. The rancher compared the two, and he did not like the grey. Winter seemed to cling to everything in the dimness, yet spring was in the fields of sunlight. Tired, dusty eyes refocused as the sun reached the rancher. The gentle warmth hit almost instantly. Now, it seemed, the entire world was spring. The list of chores was still there, but it would get done. The livestock weren’t that needy. The creek wasn’t that low. Water was sure to be coming. Summer was on its way. Cold clouds weren’t permanent; the world was under the sun. The rancher slapped the box of his truck, then got in the cab to get back to work. Tomorrow was Easter, and he would be with his family and feel the sun.
manservant (Brad Pfeifle) has a wicked tongue, the fiancee (Kelsie Kroetch) is a power to be feared, yet Sir Hyde (Wyatt Johnson) is traditionally the monster. The goal of the high school comedy is monsterous laughter.
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The gals’ favorite part of the all school comedy (take 87) ... These ladies, playing a mother and daughter tag team, are getting “ready to rumble” for the climax of the comedy “Doctor Jeckyll, No Place to Hyde.” Shown are, from left: Jodi Parsons, Brad Pfeifle and Kelsie Kroetch.
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thrown onto stage by his own daughter. The ladies in the upcoming all school comedy are, from left: Kelsie Kroetch, Stirling Ellens, Peyton DeJong, Jodi Parsons and Shelby Schofield.
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April 5, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •
Page 5
Obituaries
Kenneth “Kennie” Wood___________________________
graduate of Wall High School) on December 5, 1942, in Rapid City. He served in the U.S. Navy for six years during World War II in both the Atlantic and Pacific arenas. Kennie and Aletha raised their four children on the Wood family ranch where they raised the first Galloway cattle brought to the area by Waldon Wood. They built a new home in 1958 (where Mike and Anita Heathershaw now live). Kennie and Aletha moved to Lexington, Neb., in November of 1976. He worked for Sperry New Holland, then Shotkoski Hay Company, until he retired in November of 2005 at the ripe old age of 82. He always had a horse nearby and enjoyed square dancing on horseback with the Plum Creekers. Kennie and Aletha moved to Kearney, Neb., in October of 2008. Kennie was cherished by his children and grandchildren and loved by many friends and family. He made friends easily and often, including the doctors, nurses and staff who attended him in his later years. He always had a smile and usually, a song or two. He was a member of the Methodist church, South Dakota Stockgrowers, VFW, American Legion, and enjoyed the time he spent with his roping clubs and horseback square dancing club. Kennie was devoted to all his grandchildren, but his great-grandson, Keenan Charles White, who shares his great-grandfather's KCW initials, had his own special place in Kennie's heart. Missing Kennie with great love are his wife, Aletha of Kearney; daughters, Jonny Winn-Holsether (Chuck) of Wall, Shirley (Ron) Huss of Kearney, and Carol (Steve) Walker of Kearney; grandchildren, Fr. Steven Thomlison of Lincoln, Neb., Shelly (Zach) White of Piedmont, Stacy Molai of Omaha, Neb., Sarah (Yinka) Akinyemi of Lincoln; and great-grandson, Keenan Charles White, of Piedmont. He is also survived by a brother-in-law, Lyle Witt, and niece Jean (Tony) Hay of Rapid City. Kennie was also very devoted to his cousins in the Mins family. He was preceded in death by a son, Wesley Bryan Wood; his parents, Waldon and Blanche Wood; and a sister, Maxine Witt. Visitation will be held from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 4, at the Mt. Carmel Home Keens Memorial Chapel in Kearney. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, April 7, at the United Methodist Church in Wall, with Pastor Harold Delbridge officiating. Ushers are Tracy and Tyler Trask. Pallbearers are Todd and Casey Trask, Tony Hay, Steve McDonnell, Garrett Bryan and Gallyn Wolf. Honorary pallbearers are Tom McDonnell, Lynn Williams, Woody Shelton, Lyle Witt, Don Mins and Bill Shotkoski. Those in memory: George and Jesse Bryan, Milton Trask, Fred Wolf, Elnoris Kjerstad, Marvin Anders, Lane Johsnton and Bill Walker. Interment with military honors will be at the Wall Cemetery. Arrangements are with the Rush Funeral Chapel of Wall. His online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Betwixt Places News
by Marsha Sumpter • 837-2048 • bilmar@gwtc.net
You never know what magnificent things will arrive by email. I received such a gift of photographs taken by Yann Arthus-Bertrand. It took over five years to collect from all over the world great pictures, supposedly using a Cessna 182. One picture of the pigeon houses in Egypt drew my attention since in Rapid City pigeons had recently been poisoned. Here they are a nuisance, dirty bird (although beautiful to look at), but in Egypt pigeon is a part of the daily diet and pigeon houses, or dovecote, are constructed from mud brick to create an artificial mountainous topography. The droppings are also a valuable source of fertilizer and the houses are so ubiquitous that they are also part of the Egyptian national identity. Maybe we should rethink the value of the pigeon! Monday started off as a very pleasant day. Temperatures were in the high 70s with very little wind. Tony Harty came by our place for a visit in the morning and to give me his news. Later in the day, he visited his niece, Kathy Brown, and also Steve Daughty and Lisa Robinson. He was at the local cafe when the wind hit about 7:00 p.m. He discovered the rear window in his van was hit by flying debris and shattered. Monday, Don and Vi Moody were in Philip. Vi had a hair appointment and Don had some tire business to get taken care of. That evening when the wind came through their place, things became airborne when a cattle shed proved it could fly. But, luckily it missed other buildings and ended up by a tree grove. Now there is clean-up and replacement being worked on. I made a trip to Philip a little early Monday to do some shopping for granddaughter Amanda (May) Claflin's 25th birthday, then to bowling. Bill came by the bowling alley after field work and had supper and watched us, then came the wind! It was a blackout, dust storm past the windows of the bowling alley and electricity went off for about 45 minutes in Philip, Kadoka and the surrounding areas. Boy, a big thank you to those linemen who were johnny on the spot and got things up and working in record time. We finished our bowling and folks began assessing the extent of the wind damage. Tony Harty joined the guys for coffee in the morning Tuesday and visited with Kathy Brown that evening. He got the glass cleaned out of the back of his van and put plastic over it for a temporary fix. Bill and I were up early Tuesday and he went farmin' and I made a trip to Rapid City with the Haakon County Prairie Transportation van. Sandee Gittings stopped by the bowling alley Wednesday morning on her way to work. Tony Harty attended court Wednesday at the Jackson County Courthouse. He visited Kathy Brown that evening. Wednesday morning was the last day of regular bowling for us, only the fun event with a special lunch is yet to come. Our team, All Star Auto, led the race in the second half in fine shape until the last two weeks, then it was disaster time! One bowler was so disgusted about losing all four games she left her ball in the carousel and wore her shoes home! I was busy with business in the basement when I got home. Wednesday, Don and Vi Moody were in Wall on business and had lunch at Wall Drug. Main street is still under construction at Wall so it was a backyard parking and lots of tourists were in the backyard as they enjoyed the summer like weather, quite unusual for this time of the year. Calving is still going on strong and the yards are blooming lilacs, but also seems garden hoses are being laid out to water evergreens as the lack of moisture still prevails. Sturgis area has been very warm for the week with no moisture and the wind blowing everyday, Cathy Fiedler reported. Ralph has been watering the lawn and trees to keep them going and also has been working some extra days, so he keeps busy. Cathy is occupied with
Kenneth "Kennie" Wood, age 88 of Kearney, Neb., formerly of Quinn, S.D., died Monday, April 2, 2012, at Mt. Carmel Nursing Home in Kearney. Kenneth Clark Wood was born May 29, 1923, in Sioux Falls. That year, his parents, Waldon Clark Wood and Olive Blanche (Adams) Wood, moved Kennie and his older sister, Maxine, north of Quinn to the place Waldon's parents (Wesley Clark Wood and Elizabeth Adelia (Herbert) Wood) had homesteaded in 1906 (now the northwest corner of Quinn Road and Wolf Road). The family later moved to the Winkler place and built a home there in 1928. Kennie grew up there and spent his elementary years at the Lake Hill country school, located about a half mile from the Wood family ranch. He graduated from Quinn High School in 1941. Kennie married the love of his life, Aletha Maye Bryan (a 1941
her work. Drivers beware! Cathy said granddaughter Caitlin Klumb passed her driver's education class, so she will be getting her license in May. The family is debating if that is good or scary. Caitlin is very excited. Loman Hanson is playing soccer and really likes it, so you know Grandma and Grandpa Fiedler will be taking lawn chairs and watching soccer games! Thursday was still a blustery day. I guess March winds were the one consistent thing about the month. Tony Harty, along with Dale and Brian Koehn, have been lending a hand to Ron Carson in cleaning up the accumulation of things at Ron's mother’s place. Shelves were moved out and more jars taken away Thursday. It is interesting how much dirt accumulates with wind erosion and digging out a bus that was used for storage was a bit of a challenge on Friday. But with Dale lifting up and pushing with his equipment and Brian pulling with their big pickup, they got it out and somewhat ready to travel. Tony ventured over and helped Dale O'Connell with a lawn mower repair for a bit Friday afternoon. Friday morning, I was among the many friends and family members who attended the services for former neighbor, Vernon Burns, held in Rapid City with burial at the Black Hills National Cemetery. Vivian Hansen joined me for the drive to the Black Hills National Cemetery. After thanking the many veterans on hand for the military funeral we checked out the information center there. They have touch screens available to find folks and also have walls in place for urns, a new addition. Vivian expressed an interest to see the buffalo that sculptor Peggy Detmers had made for Kevin Costner. Vivian had seen the buffalo at the foundry in Wyoming all in a heap, (continued on page 12)
Vernon L. Burns_________________
then returned to his parents’ farm for a few years. They moved to Rapid City in 1956 and purchased a barber shop, named it Vern’s Barber Shop, and he retired in 1986. Vernon was a member of First Baptist Church, life member of VFW Post 1273, and had a talent for singing. He shared his voice in his church choir, Rapid City Choral Club, funerals, weddings and many events. He traveled extensively, all over the world. Vernon is survived by several nieces and nephews, including Kelly (Mary) Burns of Washington. He was preceded in death by his wife in 2001, his infant son in 1944, his infant daughter in 1953, his brother, Robert “Bob,” in 1972, his mother in 1974, his father in 1982, and his brother, Melvin, in 1983. Services were held Friday, March 30, at the Kirk Funeral Home, with the Rev. Gregg Hemmen officiating. Interment with military honors by VFW Post 1273 and the S.D. Army National Guard was at Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgis. A memorial has been established for Missions of First Baptist Church. Friends may sign Vernon’s online guestbook at www.kirkfuneralhome.com.
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Vernon L. Burns, 91, of Rapid City, died March 26, 2012 at Fort Meade V.A. Medical Center. Vernon was born December 26, 1920, at Philip to John and Nellie (Phillips) Burns. He grew up in the Hilland and Ash Creek areas and graduated from Philip High School in 1940. He entered the U.S. Navy and served on the aircraft carrier USS Vella Gulf during the Mariana Islands and Okinawa campaigns of WWII. He married Dorothy M. Carlson on January 21, 1944, at Rapid City. He was honorably discharged in 1946 and attended Moeler’s Barber School at Spokane, Wash. He operated a barber shop at Miles City, Mont., for four years,
Haakon County Young Women’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt Thursday, April 5th • 3:30 p.m. at the Kiddie Park in Philip
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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. Lenten Services: Wed. @ 5:30 p.m. 1st Sunday: Coffee & Rolls after worship W.O.W.: 2nd Wed., Bible Study, 2:00 & 7:00 p.m. (ex. July & Aug) * * * * * * 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
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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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YOUR GREATEST NEED
by Pastor Ricky Kurth
Even in these challenging financial times, the greatest need of a Christian is not monetary. It is rather found in Colossians 1:11, where Paul prays that we might be “Strengthened with all might, according to His glorious power, unto all...” Unto all what? Whatever it is, Paul is convinced we are going to have to be “strengthened” with “all might” according to “His glorious power” to obtain it. As we read on, Paul tells us the goal of all this empowerment: “...unto all patience and longsuffering with joyfulness.” Patience? The reason we need all this mighty empowering is so we can be patient? While this may seem anticlimactic, we submit that patience is our greatest need. We need patience to put up with the world’s wickedness, the abortions, etc., patience in knowing the Second Coming of Christ will right the world’s wrongs. We need patience as televangelists continue to dominate the airwaves with their dilutions and pollutions of the gospel, and patience as Bible teachers muddle the minds of the saints by their failure to rightly divide the Word. And since no man today has the gift of healing, we need patience with our physical infirmities, and longsuffering as we wait for that wonderful change that will come to our bodies at the Rapture (Phil. 3:20,21). Finally, we need patience with one another, as we learn to not just put up with other believers, but to actually give them the same unconditional love and acceptance God extends to us. Moses was patient with unbelieving Pharaoh, but lost his patience with his brethren. How like us! But ask yourself, when did David show greater spiritual strength, when he slew Goliath, or when he refused to slay Saul? Paul says we are to be strengthened to all patience “according to His glorious power,” but what is God’s glorious power? The destructive power He exhibited at the Red Sea is called “glorious” (Ex. 15:6), but we suggest that God’s glorious power today is seen in His patience. The fact that God could put an end to the abortions and religious confusion, but doesn’t, is His most glorious power in the dispensation of grace. The apostle concludes by praying that we might be patient “with joyfulness,” perhaps the hardest part of longsuffering. God doesn’t chafe under the vexations He receives from the world, religion, and the Body of Christ, and neither should we! If this kind of power were not available to us, Paul would not be praying that we might have it. And so may his prayer also be the prayer of our hearts, as we enthusiastically study the only source of spiritual strength, God’s Word rightly divided.
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Whoa. What about those temperatures Sunday, April 1. Ninety-two degrees and that is no April Fools joke. And today the sky is overcast with the wind whooping it up and the temperature is 52˚ as of 9:00 this morning. Our weather in South Dakota is keeping us on a roller coaster ride. Hopefully, those clouds will give us some much needed rain. I liked the old-time picture and the part of a saying about farmers at the beginning of Marsha Sumpter’s Betwixt Places news last week. The folks in the picture were dressed in their finest. Have you noticed how years ago people didn’t take a lot of pictures, but in many of those pictures they were dressed up in their finest? And oftentimes they were quite sober. When working at 1880 Town and taking pictures (with their camera) of couples and families who had dressed up in costume, I told them they had to be serious in one of the pictures and that in the old-time pictures the fellow was sitting and the lady was off to the side a bit with her hand resting on the fellow’s shoulder. Of course we got some with them smiling, too. I told them to my way of thinking with the cameras they probably had back then it took so long to get the camera focused etc. that their smile wore off before the picture got taken. Don’t know that for a fact, but made sense to me. We had a good chuckle over it anyway. Thursday was a very busy night beginning with the Midland Community Library benefit with 102 people coming for a tasty bowl of chicken noodle soup or chili. Former Midland School teacher Diana Sutfin rarely misses our library soup supper. She is now a teacher at Eagle Butte and has taught there for a number of years. Having been a teacher at Midland for a number of years, she enjoys seeing folks and looking at the school projects at the Education Fair. And, having a chance to see her grandson, Koye Addison, is an extra plus. Koye is the son of John and Samantha Addison and will be turning one-year-old April 10. We much appreciate the help of students from Mary Parquet’s class with drinks and etc. in the dining room. They are a huge help. And we much appreciate the use of the school kitchen and dining room, which has had a face-lift since we had our benefit there last year. To those of you who donated your time and work in the painting of that kitchen and dining room, thank you, it does look good. And those rubberized mats in the school kitchen, they were great. They sure do cushion those cement floors. They sure helped keep one’s feet from hurting. Amy Block, who is the cook at the school this year, said it was a gift from her husband, Ross Block, and kids. A gift she much appreciates. Parents, grandparents and even some great-grandparents were busy looking at all there was to see at the Midland School Education Fair. Besides what there was to see in the school classrooms, there was a short program in the school gym. Some of the kids were missing as sickness has been going on at the school. Kindergarten, first and second grade teacher, Renee Schofield, was unable to be at the Education Fair as she was home sick. Her students shared their stories and showed pictures of Flat Stanley and his travels to places outside of South Dakota. It truly was a most interesting project. Nicole Nelson helps with students at the school and worked with some of the younger kids in performing a dance number. Those younger ones are so much fun to watch. Edna Dale, along with the help of Jenna Finn, Melissa Finn, Julie Daly and Katie Sammons, had worked with the students on a tumbling performance. We have some good little tumblers to be sure. From the sounds of things, the Book Fair went very well and they were able to fill most of people’s wish list. So that is a good thing. The fifth grade bake sale also went very well. It was a busy, busy evening, but a fun evening. Weather Flash – It is 1:30 p.m. and we are getting some rain. Hopefully, it keeps on raining. Oops. Spoke too soon, it stopped raining. But, at least we know it can rain. The Midland Drama Club performed Friday and Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon to good crowds. Their two-act performance of comedy and confusion held your interest and made you laugh. We have some good actors. It is a lot of work. We thank them for being willing to do this each year. The auxiliary ladies report they did well with their lunches, too. Monday, Audrey and Gene Jones made a trip to Pierre to pick up the program booklets from the printers. Saturday morning, Audrey Jones attended the annual cancer luncheon at the Ft. Pierre Youth Center. She joined four of her sisters, Frances Terkildsen, Kadoka, Winnie Bergeson and Polly Bruce, Hayes, and Bernadette Knox, Highmore. Also at the table were
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also attended the Midland play as their grandson, Matthew Jones, was in the play. Sunday, Shorty and Maxine treated Bob Seidler to dinner at a local café in Kadoka. So, as Maxine said, “They have been on the go.” The winter snowbirds are back. Jim and Jessie Root got home Wednesday and Ernie and Laurel Nemec and Bob and Verona Evans got home Thursday. With the hot day we had Sunday thought maybe they brought the Arizona and Texas weather home with them. Ronnie Sammons had surgery at Rapid City Regional Hospital and has been in the intensive care unit and is hoping to be moved to a regular room soon. His wife, Emily, has been at the hospital during this time and family members have been up to see him. It’s always nice to get cards. They can be sent to Rapid City Regional Hospital, 353 Fairmont Blvd, Rapid City, SD 57701. Wishing you God’s speed in healing Ronnie. Don Sandal, Ft. Pierre, is in Rapid City this Monday as his brother, Morris Sandal, was to have surgery with a stint being put in to help him in the swallowing of foods. Morris was recently diagnosed with cancer and is being moved to Hospice of the Hills, 224 Elk St., Rapid City, SD 57701, so you can send your cards to him there. His sons, Fred and Joe, live in Colorado and his son, Toby, lives in Nebraska. His daughter, Darcy, was killed in a motorcycle accident some 20 years ago. Family has been with Morris at the hospital. The word cancer is never an easy word to hear. I ask that you keep Morris in your prayers. Aaron and Angie Doolittle branded this weekend. Their daughter, Carissa Doolittle, who is in her second year of college at Black Hills State University in Spearfish was home for the weekend, so got in on the branding. Cassidy Ferguson of the Kadoka school invited Thomas Doolittle as her date for the prom at the Kadoka school Saturday. Judy Fosheim and son Pat Fosheim were in Hullett, Wyo., for the prom Saturday as Judy’s grandson and Pat’s nephew, Jesse Fosheim, was attending. Jesse is the son of Jacob Fosheim. As I close my column for this week, I ask that you keep folks in your prayers. It seems as though there have been a number of folks in the hospital and a number of funerals. Once again it brings to mind – we never know where our journey will take us, but through that journey we much appreciate the help and prayers of others along the way. Wishing everyone a blessed Easter with family and friends.
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their niece, Maria Scott, who sponsored the table and Lois Pettyjohn, who came with Frances. Audrey had several family members come to see the Midland play the past weekend. Among them were children, Lisa and Matt Foley, Wagner, Julie Whitcher and Paula Jones, Rapid City, and Edna Dale, and several grandchildren. Also, siblings, Betty VanderMay, Frances Terkildsen, Polly Bruce, and Ben Nemec and many nieces and nephews attended. Ben spent Saturday night with Gene and Audrey. Lisa and Matt spent the weekend with her parents, as their daughter, Jaycie Geiman, was invited to the Kadoka prom. Destiny and Brandon Dale also attended the prom. Sunday, Edna and Roger Dale, Brandon, Destiny, Miranda, and Mariah, and Julie Jones-Whitcher and Paula Jones grilled burgers for dinner with Gene Jones before attending the play. Many of you folks will remember Dan and Sarah Carlson when he was pastor of the Open Bible Church in Midland for a number of years. They live in Colorado Springs, Colo., where he is pastor of a church. We got a wedding announcement from their son, Ben Carlson, and his fiancée, Laura Franch. Ben and our son, Christopher, were good friends when they lived in Midland. The years fly by so quickly and kids grow up and begin lives of their own. Lots of good memories. Pat Snook spent a week in Denver, Colo., at the home of her mom, Bea Fenwick, who wasn’t doing so well. Pat came home for a few days and planned on going back to Denver. Bea was staying with her son, Jerry Fenwick, and family during that time. Pat got word that Bea had passed away Thursday evening at Jerry’s home. Bea will be buried at Ft. Logan National Cemetery where her husband, Ed Fenwick, is buried. Ed and Bea had four children, Pat, Ted, Jerry and John, and farmed north of Midland about 17 miles. Ed and Bea moved to Denver, Colo., in 1964. When moving there, Ed was employed at IBM and Bea worked at a bank. Our sincere sympathy to the family. Shorty and Maxine Jones attended the Rosary service for Patricia Adrian in White River Friday evening. Patricia was CEO for South Dakota Beef Council and CEO for South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association at one time. Shorty attended the funeral service for Bud Manke at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church south of Midland Friday afternoon. Shorty and Maxine attended the funeral service for Loleta Jacobson in Philip Saturday morning. Our sincere sympathy to the families. Shorty and Maxine
Kroetch wins Best of Show ... The annual Wall art show was held Saturday and Sunday, March 31 and April 1, in the Wall Drug Cowboy Art Gallery. Philip’s Ralph Kroetch entered nine items – four drawings, two oils and three photos. Voted as best of show was his graphite drawing of two chickadees, shown left. Kroetch also took second place in the graphite and colored pencil category, and a third place in oil. Courtesy photo
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Wall Art Show ... The annual Wall Art Show was held Saturday and Sunday, March 31 and April 1. Lorna Moore reported that they had a large turnout for the event and was very pleased with all the contestants who entered art in the show. There were two “Best of Show” – a sculpture of “Riley Horse” (shown above) by Brett and Tammy Prang, and a pencil graphics of “Look Out” by Ralph Kroetch. In oils and acrylics: first place – “Lost in Song” by Hanna Huether, second – “Prairie Blossoms” by Donita Denke, third place – “Cool and Calm” by Kroetch. In watercolors: first place – “The Ray E. Noble Garage” by Lorna Moore, second – “The Missions” by Nola Price, third place – “My Sister Betty” by Moore. In graphics: first place – “Make My Day” by Cheryl Lester, second place tie – “Home On The Range” by Huether and “Early to Rise” by Kroetch, third – “Elvis” by Lester. In sculptures: first place – “Smoot Fish” by Prangs, second – “Horseshoe Candle Holder” by Casey O’Bryan, third – “Irons” by Prangs. In photography: first place – “Faith” by Huether, second – “Hay Table” by Dave Jones, third place – “Badlands Sunset” by Huether. For youth: first place – “Pirate” by Kipp Cordes. Courtesy photo
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Adoration of the Cross will be at St. Marys Catholic Church in Milesville at 7:00 p.m. on Good Friday. This year St. Marys will have the Easter Vigil Service Saturday, April 7 at 8:30 p.m. There will not be any services at St. Marys on Easter Sunday. Catholic Easter Sunday Masses will be in Philip at 7:00 a.m. and at 11:00 a.m. All are invited to Good Friday services at the Hardingrove Church at 5:00 p.m. Easter Sunday services will be at 8:00 a.m. Gayla Piroutek will host the April meeting of the Milesville Community Club April 10 beginning at 7:00 p.m. Visitors are welcome. Milesville Rangers 4-H Club The Milesville Rangers 4-H Club met Thursday, March 28, at 7:00 p.m. at the Milesville Hall with five members answering the roll call "Your Favorite Baked Treat." Mark Stangle read the minutes of the last meeting. Grace Pekron gave the treasurer's report. Both were approved as read. For “Bake and Take,” each family brought a pan of baked goods to the meeting. Club members created 15 plates to share with neighbors. We made 3D tulips to hang on the doors of the Senechal apartments. Leader Donna Staben gave us dates of many upcoming summer events. The next meeting will be April 20. Submitted by Sarah Parsons, reporter *** Byron and Peggy Parsons had an early Easter Sunday with their family. Weekend visitors were Brennen, Joni and EmmyLee Parsons, Piedmont. Kevin and Cindy Pfeifle were guests at noon Saturday. Sunday, Robbie, Molly, Bailey and Cass Lytle and Joanne Par(continued on page 11)
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Philip High School Student Council at state
April 5, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •
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Fireman’s dance ... The 104th annual Philip Volunteer Fire Department’s dance was Friday, March 16, at the American Legion Hall in Philip. It began at 8:00 p.m., with the audience increasing in size as the evening progressed through to midnight. Over 200 people attended. Door prizes where also given out, including a fire extinquisher and lots of smoke detectors and flashlights. The dance music was provided by the DeLa Cruz Band. Fireman Roger Williams said, “Everybody really liked these guys. They were playing everything, even polka and waltzes. There were lots of kids out on the dance floor, too. The band was really accommodating, always asking if they were too loud or too fast.” The band has already been booked for next year’s fireman’s dance. Above are the band members posing with the some of the younger dancers who began the evening. After these “wild and crazy young’uns” warmed up the band and polished up the dance floor, then the adults really got the evening jumping. Shown at upper left, also at the evening’s very beginning, is Mike Schultz with baby Faith getting down to the beat. Photos by Del Bartels
Philip High School Student Council ... The PHS attendees at the 2012 State Student Council convention were,
back row, from left: Kelsie Kroetch, Katlin Knutson, Gavin Snook, Trey DeJong, Ryan Van Tassel, LaRae Van Tassel, Brad Pfeifle, Peyton DeJong and Pamela DeJong. Middle row: Audra Antonsen, Nelson Holman, Kianna Knutson, Holly Iwan, Madison Hand, Sayde Slovek and Allison Stahl. Front: Gavin Brucklacher and Tate DeJong. Courtesy photos
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State Student Council honors ... Trey DeJong and Kianna Knutson on the Student Council All State team.
“Lighting the Torch of Leadership” was the theme for the 2012 South Dakota State Student Council Convention in Pierre, March 2527. Philip High School had 17 students, along with advisor Pamela DeJong, attend the convention, out of nearly 700 students
State Student Council honors ... Tate DeJong, state treasurer, and Peyton DeJong, Rushmore Region parliamentarian.
Tate DeJong was one of six students elected to be the 2012-2013 State Student Council Convention board. Serving as state treasurer, he will help plan and implement the 2013 state convention in Pierre. Kianna Knutson presented the Philip Student Council’s donation to Children's Miracle Network. PHS Student Council raised $428 through a Christmas music fundraiser and three-point shoot contests at the home basketball games. The total amount given to Children's Miracle Network at the State Student Council Convention this year was $21,550. Philip’s Peyton DeJong was elected as the Rushmore Region parliamentarian. Trey DeJong and Knutson received sweatshirts and were named to the 2012 South Dakota State Student Council All State Team for their active participation in student council at the local, region and state levels.
overall. The convention involved the state business meeting, elections for state and region officers and breakout sessions in the areas of goals, safe driving, ice breakers, community service, teamwork and networking to improve local student councils.
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Monday Nite Mixed Shad’s Towing...........................39-21 Rockers......................................35-25 Dakota Bar................................32-28 Badland’s Auto..........................30-30 Groven Chemical ......................30-30 Handrahan Const .....................14-46 Highlights: Carl Brown ..................220 clean/607 Mike Groven.................................201 Jerry Mooney ........................206/571 Rick Coyle....................206 clean/571 Vickie Petersen .....................177/489 Bryan Buxcel ...............196 clean/588 Jackie Shull..................................173 Neal Petersen .....................194 clean Tuesday Men’s Early People’s Market ........................32-16 George’s Welding ......................28-20 Kennedy Implement .................26-22 Kadoka Tree Service.................26-22 Corks .............................................NA Bear Auto......................................NA G&A Trenching.........................19-29 Wild Hogs..................................17-31 Highlights: Alvin Pearson........................203/585 Bill Stone...............................202/558 Norm Buxcel................225 clean/557 Pat Birkemer .......3-10 split; 211/550 James Mansfield ....................208542 Steve Varner ................................539 Earl Park...............................200/535 Jim Larson ...................................521 Wendell Buxcel.............6-7 split; 511 Johnny Wilson.....3-10 split; 211/504 Matt Schofield ....................3-10 split Cindy O’Connell .................3-10 split Wednesday Morning Coffee Cutting Edge Salon ............38.5-21.5 All Star Auto .............................38-22 Jolly Ranchers ....................37.5-22.5 State Farm Ins..........................32-28 Invisibles .............................29.5-30.5 Ghost Team...........................4.5-55.5 Highlights: Karen Foland ........................169/493 Marti Kjerstad ......................180/479 Cindy Wilmarth ....5-7 split; 171/469 Charlene Kjerstad5-10 split; 179/440 Joy Neville.......................2-9-10 split Debbie Gartner.........4-5 & 3-10 split Joyce Hicks ...........................5-7 split Jackie Shull ..........................2-7 split Wednesday Nite Early Dorothy’s Catering .............34.5-21.5 99 Pins.......................................33-23 Wall Food Center......................31-25 Morrison’s Haying ....................28-28 Chiefie’s Chicks ..................27.5-28.5 First National Bank .................25-31 Dakota Bar................................23-33 Just Tammy’s............................22-34 Highlights: Lindsey Hildebrand ..............253/595 Kali Leitheiser ...............3-9-10 split; .......................................150, 162/434 Bobbi Williams..............177, 179/493 Rhonda McLaughlin.....2-7 split; 200 Emily Kroetch ..............................167 Annette Hand...............................150 Val Schulz.....................2-7 split; 475 Cristi Ferguson ............................180 Kathy Arthur ...............................174 LouAnn Reckling .........................171 Shirley Parsons ............ 5-7-10, 5-10, ...........................................3-10 splits Diana Stewart ....................5-10 split Heather Nelson ....................4-5 split Thursday Nite Men’s A&M Laundry...........................30-18 Coyle’s SuperValu.....................27-21 WEE BADD...............................27-21 O’Connell Const ........................24-24 McDonnell Farms ...............23.5-24.5 West River Pioneer Tanks .21.5-26.5 Dakota Bar................................20-28 The Steakhouse ........................19-29 Highlights: Jordan Kjerstad ............186, 235/573 Matt Schofield .............230 clean/626 Ronnie Williams....................221/596 Mike Moses ..................................212 Don Carley ...................................202 Matt Reckling...............................201 Brian Pearson..............223 clean/586 Matt Griffin ...........5-6 split; 221/591 Alvin Pearson ...........4-5 & 4-9 splits Stuart Letellier.....................2-7 split Dane Nelson .........................4-5 split Roger Williams .....................4-5 split Chad Walker.......................3-10 split Mark Foland .......................3-10 split Friday Nite Mixed Roy’s Amigos .............................42-18 King Pins...................................35-25 Cristi’s Crew .......................33.5-26.5 Rusty Spurs ..............................31-29 Randy’s Spray Service..............31-29 Rowdy Rollers .....................29.5-30.5 Hart to Hart..............................29-31 Ghost Team.................................9-19 Highlights: Trina Brown ..........................233/545 Sam Sauer .............................152/402 Clay King......................................215 Tanner Norman...2-10 split; 202/563 Cristi Ferguson......2-7 split; 201/495 Randy Boyd ...........................200/563 Theresa Miller..............................179 Kristin Schmidt ...........................131 Brian Pearson..............222 clean/628 John Heltzel ..........................206/570 Cory Boyd .....................................567 Kelly Fees ...........................3-10 split
Eager for competition ... The varsity and junior varsity golfers are practicing for the season opener Thursday, April 5, at the Elks Golf Course in Rapid City. Shown, back row, from left: Dustin Hand, Carl Poss, Colter King, Cody Reder, Wyatt Johnson, Avery Johnson and coach Doug Hauk. Middle row: Logan Hand, Tate DeJong, Tristen Rush, Trey DeJong and Trew DeJong. Front: Jane Poss, Madison Hand and Peyton DeJong. Not pictured: Gavin Snook and Josh Quinn. Photo by Del Bartels
The Philip Scotties boys’ and girls’ golf season began with practices March 19. Their first competition is scheduled for Thursday, April 5, at the Elks Golf Course in Rapid City. The team includes two returning state qualifiers, Tristen Rush and Tate DeJong, who Hauk said “will anchor us this year.” There are six returning letter winners, DeJong, Rush, Trey DeJong, Wyatt Johnson, Avery Johnson and Gavin Snook. The two seniors on this year’s golf team are W. Johnson and Cody Reder. Three girls are out for the team this year, thus making a full competitive team. They are Jane Poss, Peyton DeJong and Madison Hand. Hand played for the Stanley County High School in Fort Pierre previous years, where she had racked up three state qualifications in that A-sized school. Other team members are Dustin Hand, Logan Hand, Carl Poss, Trew DeJong, Josh Quinn and Colter King. Hauk said that the opposing boys’ teams in this region will be competitive this season. “White River, Wall and Lemmon will be salty, have some good golfers back,” said Hauk. “It’s been fun practicing. We’ve had better weather so far than all of last year. We had only one nice weather tournament last year,” said Hauk. A minimal team is three golfers. The usual team in most high school tournaments is four golfers, one being a substitute or a tie-breaker. Some tournaments allow fivemember teams. Hauk hopes to be able to play a five-member boys’ team, a five-member junior varsity boys’ team, a three-person girls’ team and also take the lone junior high golfer, King, along. Thus, the first tournament of the season could have 13 members of the Scotties team getting tournament experience. For golf, Philip High School is in Region 6B, along with Bison, Harding County, Hill City, Jones County, Kadoka Area, Lemmon, McLaughlin, Newell, Rapid City Christian, Takini, Timber Lake, Wall and White River.
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Tuesday, April 10th Philip Livestock Auction
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FFA ... The Philip FFA chapter competed in the FFA Career Development
Events sponsored in Harding County last week. There were 10 schools competing at these CDEs. The next competition for the Philip chapter was the District V contest at Philip and Wall, Wednesday, April 4. In agriculture business, shown above, the Philip took the top team spot. Shown from left, Colter Crach – first place, Bailey Radway – fourth, and Carl Poss – third.
FFA horse team ... The horse team took first place. From left: Justina Cvach – ninth place, Dusti Berry – third, Hanna Hostutler, and Austin O’Dea – fifth. Not shown: Wyatt Schaack – eighth.
FFA natural resources ... The Philip team took the top spot. From left: Avery Johnson – first place, Ben Stangle – ninth, Jade Berry and Wyatt Johnson tying for fourth place, Brody Jones – eighth, and Nick Hamill – third. got third.
FFA agronomy ... The Philip team earned second place. From left: Ryan Van Tassel – third place, Brayden Fitch, Tanner Radway and Colter King – sixth place.
... The Philip team took third place. From left: Shelby Schofield, Katie Hostutler, Peyton DeJong, Ashton Reedy and Katie Haigh.
FFA floriculture
10th place, Reed Johnson – third, Seth Haigh, Casey Reeder, Sterling Ellens, Megan Williams – first.
FFA livestock ... The Philip team earned first place. From left: Sam Haigh –
FFA range identification ... The Philip team earned second place. From left: Reed Johnson, Dakota Alfrey, Sam Haigh – fourth, Brock Hanson, Seth Haigh – second, and Bailey Anders.
Scottie girls take second at Winner track meet
The Philip Scotties’ boys and girls’ teams traveled to Winner, Friday, March 30, to compete in the Bill Pistulka Track and Field Meet. The Philip girls brought home the second place team trophy, with a total score of 91 points. First place went to Winner with 139 points, and third place went to Kimball/White Lake with 65 points. This was out of 14 schools represented. The Philip boys’ team ended the day in eighth place out of 13 participating teams. Josie Guptill has already qualified to compete at state; she earned a qualifying time of 15.76 seconds when she came in first place in this meet’s 100 meter hurdles. She also qualified for state with a time of 48.64 seconds when she took first place in the 300 meter hurdles. Dakota Bauman has qualified for state with a discus throw of 142’09” when he earned second place in this meet. BOYS
Arampatzis – 4th, 13.60 Carley – 12th, 14.47 Rachel Kochersberger – 27th, 16.15 200 Meter Dash Olivier – 9th, 31.99 Dekker – 18th, 33.05 Kochersberger – 25th, 34.90 400 Meter Dash Katlin Knutson – 9th, 1:10.34 Destannie Noteboom – 20th, 1:19.29 800 Meter Run Holly Iwan – 1st, 2:31.57 Knutson – 6th, 2:48.11 1600 Meter Run Peyton Kuchenbecker – 5th, 6:16.97 Ellie Coyle – DQ 100 Meter Hurdles Josie Guptill – 1st, 15.76 300 Meter Hurdles J. Guptill – 1st, 48.64 Tia Guptill – 4th, 54.22 4x100 Meter Relay Philip (Noteboom, Dekker, S. Johnson, Carley) – 5th, 59.91 4x200 Meter Relay Philip (J. Guptill, Arampatzis, Olivier, M. Johnson) – 2nd, 1:55.75 4x400 Meter Relay Philip (J. Guptill, M. Johnson, Iwan, T. Guptill) – 1st, 4:25.05 4x800 Meter Relay Philip (M. Johnson, Knutson, Coyle, Iwan) – 1st, 10:45.85 1600 Sprint Relay Philip (T. Guptill, Noteboom, Kuchenbecker, Coyle) – 3rd, 5:11.11
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Long Jump Kyle Schulz – 5th, 18’09.25” Garrett Snook – 25th, 14’11.25” Jace Giannonatti – 27th, 14’00.25” High Jump Schulz – 6th, 5’00” Shot Put Dakota Bauman – 5th, 40’06.5” Sam Haigh – 11th, 36’02” Quade Slovek – 13th, 35’05.25” Discus Bauman – 2nd, 142’09” Slovek – 6th, 114’10” Haigh – 8th, 109’05” 100 Meter Dash Blake Martinez – 14th, 12.63 Gavin Brucklacher – 16th, 12.68 200 Meter Dash Brucklacher – 17th, 28.32 Grady Carley – 25th, 29.64 Giannonatti – 31st, 31.37 400 Meter Dash Martinez – 22nd, 1:03.69 Brucklacher – 25th, 1:05.80 800 Meter Run Nelson Holman – 2nd, 2:15.17 110 Meter Hurdles Paul Guptill – 7th, 18.84 300 Meter Hurdles Guptill – 5th, 46.62 4x100 Meter Relay Philip (Carley, Snook, Keegan Burnett, Giannonatti) – 9th, 54.98 4x200 Meter Relay Philip (Guptill, Snook, Martinez, Kyle Schulz) – 5th, 1:45.64 4x400 Meter Relay Philip – 4th, 3:56.32 1600 Sprint Medley Philip (Giannonatte, Carley, Snook, Burnett) – 5th, 5:31.42 High Jump Brett Carley – No height Samantha Johnson – No height Long Jump Ariana Arampatzis – 2nd, 15’03” Misty Johnson – 11th, 13’02.25” Kaci Olivier – 13th, 12’11.5” Triple Jump Arampatzis – 3rd, 31’10” S. Johnson – 8th, 27’06” Jordyn Dekker – 11th, 26’11” Shot Put Tyana Gottsleben – 29th, 20’08.5” Katie Haigh – 30th, 20’07.5” Discus Gottsleben – 10th, 71’02” Haigh – 23rd, 60’03” 100 Meter Dash
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