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Backpack supplies for students
Rachael Hoyer, an agronomy intern at Midwest Cooperatives in Philip during the summer, was one of 72 Cenex Harvest States interns who attended a recent intern wrapup event. After this summer, Hoyer still has a year and a half remaining of university work before she graduates. Under the heading of learning and networking, the interns assembled school supplies into 500 backpacks to be distributed to elementary students in a multi-state area. Twenty of those backpacks were given to students in the Philip Elementary School. Each backpack contained a water bottle and a supply bag, which in turn contained a sunflower seed snack, two folders, two notebooks, a box of 24 crayons, two glue sticks and a pencil. The backpacks have a main compartment, several smaller compartments and a bottle holder. Also inside was a handwritten note that stated, “We believe in you, and you can accomplish anything. Have a great year.” Jim Kanable, agronomy manager at Midwest Cooperatives in Philip, presented the backpacks to the Philip Elementary School. Keven Morehart, elementary principal, said the backpacks would be distributed by classroom instructors to those students who most needed and who wanted them. Midwest Cooperatives has donated 20 student backpacks filled with school supplies to Philip Elementary School. They were distributed by classroom instructors to students who would make the most use of them. Shown is Midwest Agronomy Manager Jim Kanable, left, shaking hands with Philip Elementary Principal Keven Morehart. Photo by Del Bartels
Pioneer review
Number 1 Volume 107 August 30, 2012
The home place
The quiet dignity of the South Dakota prairie – that stretches as far as the eye can see – is still there. Kunkle photo by Bill Kunkle Most of South Dakota consists of small-town America and the land of legendary cowboys. The prairie stretches further than the eye can see with endless blackness at night. The cowboy, a folk hero, his appeal is freedom, vigorous open air life, rather quiet, frank, simple life, able to suffer adversities of snowstorms, blizzards, hailstorms, blazing heat, rattlesnakes, ornery horses and hard work. But relaxation was present in the endless empty prairies. The sound of stillness is interrupted by the wind stirring a rustle of cottonwood tree leaves. The perfect day may bring the soft, melancholy cooing of the turtle dove (mourning dove). History is everywhere. Everything from Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, to the hoofbeats of George Armstrong Custer and his 7th Calvary. “Oh, bury me not on the lone prairie” was, and still is, the cowboy’s song. South Dakota poet Badger Clark wrote, “I didn’t live where churches grow.” But it’s still God’s country. It’s easy to become intoxicated with the romance of life in West River South Dakota, where even the meadowlark can be all that disturbs the silence, nature at its best. Realizing the uncertainty of this life, I want to spend as much of it as I can in West River South Dakota.
Moving overwidth baled feed permitted
Governor Dennis Daugaard has issued an executive order that, upon receipt of a permit, grants permission to move overwidth baled livestock feed not exceeding 12 feet wide or 15 feet high in South Dakota two hours after sunset and two hours before sunrise. Overwidth vehicles must be equipped with flashing or rotating white or amber warning lights placed at each side of the load’s widest extremity. The warning lights must be clearly visible to motorists approaching from the front and rear. Movement under the executive order is valid only for baled livestock feed. The order allows overwidth moving of baled livestock feed until cessation of the drought emergency or no later than October 20. “This summer’s persistent drought conditions have left livestock producers across South Dakota with inadequate feed supplies,” said Walt Bones, South Dakota Secretary of Agriculture. “Increasing hauling height and width restrictions for baled hay will allow producers to move feed in a more efficient manner. The normal restriction on South Dakota highway loads is 14’3” high, and 8’6” wide. Although height and width restrictions for baled livestock feed have been temporarily increased by executive order, several highways in the state have width and height restrictions in place because of construction or permanent structures. Truckers are encouraged to check their routes ahead of time for those restrictions. Agriculture is South Dakota's number one industry, generating nearly $21 billion in annual economic activity and employing more than 80,000 South Dakotans. The South Dakota Department of Agriculture's mission is to promote, protect, preserve and improve this industry for today and tomorrow. Visit online at http://sdda.sd.gov.
Task force tackles open state government issues
An open government task force appointed by the governor and the attorney general agreed at its first meeting August 22 in Pierre to look closer at state laws pertaining to government meetings and records and discuss possible changes to those laws. Thirty-one people representing government, news media, law enforcement, courts and business identified a list of issues related to the state's open meetings and records laws and agreed to form two subcommittees to tackle the list. The task force plans to meet again September 12 in Pierre. The task force appointed by Governor Dennis Daugaard and Attorney General Marty Jackley is similar to groups formed by former Attorney General Larry Long a decade ago. The work of those groups led to several changes in South Dakota’s open government laws, including the creation of the Open Meetings Commission. “We think good government is transparent and open,” Daugaard told the task force in opening comments August 22. Daugaard urged the task force to look at the various open government laws implemented in recent years and determine if any changes are needed. In particular, he cited the state’s open records reform law of 2009, which created a “presumption of openness” for public access to government records and files. Jackley noted that there is a delicate balance between the need to protect the privacy of certain information kept by government and the need for transparency in government. News media representatives on the task force made several suggestions for the entire group to consider, including possible changes to provisions in the open meetings laws that allow for executive sessions and changes in the open records laws that allow for certain types of information to be kept confidential. The group also heard a presentation by Deputy Attorney General Diane Best about the history of various open government laws implemented the past 10 years.
Garden Club excursion
FCCLA promotes Drive Wise to Stay Alive
Commissioners hold budget talks
by Nancy Haigh The 2013 budget was discussed by the Haakon County Commission Tuesday, August 21. The board looked at revenues and expenses, coming up with a possible three or five percent raise for the county employees, a possible quarter time position in the director of equalization office and a possible half time deputy for the register of deeds. Auditor Pat Freeman will crunch the numbers and have a provisional budget for the board to approve at their September 4 meeting. Commissioners Nick Konst and Gary Snook were placed on the Haakon County Regional Railroad Authority. The board reviewed a lease agreement drawn up by State’s Attorney Gay Tollefson that will be used between the county and the city of Philip.
Members of the Philip Garden Club attended another day at the Central States Fair in Rapid City, Friday, August 24. Classes on gardening were presented by various Master Gardeners, and everyone came home with a few new plants. The event was preceeded with a visit to Master Gardener Cathie Draine's home in Piedmont. She and her husband, LeRoy, live on a wonderful Black Hills property with a lovely garden. Draine was very generous in sharing her gardening secrets on sloping rocky terrain. The Garden Club is planning another public event in September. From left: Tina Staben, Betty Smith, Barb Kroetch, Elke Baxter, Draine, Donna Staben and Betty LaBeau. Courtesy photo
Monday, August 27, would have been Dalles Craig Brucklacher’s 24th birthday. He was killed in 2007 in a drunk driving crash during his junior year at Philip High School. Officers of the Philip branch of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America served cake to all students in grades seven through 12 and staff in the commons area. The FCCLA is continuing its yearly message of “Drive Wise to Stay Alive! Drive distraction free, drive drug free and always buckle up.” Kelsie Kroetch, the local 2012-2013 FCCLA president, shown far left, said, “We think it’s important to do this every year because it reminds us to buckle up, and the possible reality if you don’t.” Brucklacher’s mother, Sharon Ellwein, donated a basket of wristbands which read, “Drive Wise to Stay Alive in memory of DCB,” to be distributed to everyone who wanted one. The other FCCLA officers are, continuing from left, Samantha Huston, vice president, Gavin Brucklacher, historian, and Bailey Radway, treasurer. Not pictured are Afton Burns, secretary, and Katlin Knutson, reporter. Photo by Del Bartels
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Senator John Thune (R-SD) said the American Farm Bureau Federation report released August 21 clearly shows that the Democrat controlled Senate’s recently passed tax legislation would jeopardize the future of 71 percent of South Dakota’s family farms because it intentionally returns the death tax exemption to $1 million next year instead of keeping it at the current $5 million. Over the past few years the prices of all South Dakota agricultural land, especially cropland, has increased substantially. This dramatic price increase, along with the Democrats’ proposal to reduce the death tax exemption level to $1 million, could make passing a family farm of only a few hundred acres to the next generation economically impossible due to death tax liability. According to data collected by AFBF, when applying
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2012 farm real estate values, farms and ranches larger than 714 acres would likely exceed the $1 million exemption level. Crop producers would be particularly impacted by the lower exemption levels, as farms larger than 431 acres of cropland would be likely to exceed the $1 million exemption level. “This report outlines just how devastating the Senate Democrats’ death tax proposal would be to South Dakota farmers and ranchers,” said Thune. “The value of cropland across South Dakota has increased by more than 23 percent over the last year. According to the data collected by AFBF from the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Agriculture Statistics Service, the appreciated value of cropland throughout the state means that nearly 71 percent of South Dakota farms would exceed the $1 million exemption level under the Senate Democrats’ proposal. Since many family farm and ranch assets consist of land, livestock, equipment, and small cash reserves, this punitive tax leaves the next generation with little choice but to sell family holdings to pay the death tax. In March of this year, I introduced the Death Tax Repeal Permanency Act which would permanently repeal the federal death tax and the generation skipping transfer tax. Repeal of this destructive tax is critical to keeping family farms and ranches intact across South Dakota.” “Today’s report shows that the outdated death tax would impact over half of South Dakota’s farms and ranches if it is allowed to revert to pre-2001 levels,” said Scott VanderWal, president of the South Dakota Farm Bureau. “The Senate should pass Senator Thune’s death tax repeal bill, or at the very least, extend current levels to protect South Dakota’s agriculture producers from this unfair tax.” On July 25, Senate Democrats passed legislation on a party line vote of 51 to 48 that would increase taxes on small businesses and families. Additionally, if enacted, this bill would return the current $5 million death tax exemption to $1 million next year, and would raise the tax rate from the current top rate of 35 percent to an exorbitant 55 percent. Senator Thune’s legislation, the Death Tax Repeal Permanency Act, has 37 cosponsors and is supported by more than 50 groups and organizations. Representative Kevin Brady (R-TX) introduced identical legislation in the House of Representatives and the bill has more than 200 bipartisan cosponsors.
Oil and gas leasing hints for South Dakota landowners
Tyler Hauk was the winner a recent raffle for a Henry Big Boy Colt .45 rifle. The Gem Theatre held the raffle as one of many fundraisers to go toward the purchase of a digital projector. The movie distribution industry will have phased out the old 35 millimeter projector technology by the end of 2013. A total of $65,000 is needed for the new equipment, and that does not include 3D capability. According to Amy Moses, manager of the Gem, the theatre is now a non-profit organization, as part of its ongoing attempt to keep its doors open. Courtesy photo Judon Fambrough, an attorney with the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, has advice that may be useful to South Dakota landowners looking at lucrative oil and gas leases. “The money may be good, but don’t surrender your property rights,” said Fambrough. A 35-year member of the center staff, he specializes in property rights, including oil and gas, wind power, hunting leases and landowner liability. Fambrough offers tips on protecting property rights during lease negotiations in his publication Hints on Negotiating an Oil and Gas Lease. The guide covers such topics as leasing provisions, duration of the lease, royalty clauses and surface damages. While it was written for Texas landowners, Fambrough said the information can be useful in other states as well. That is good news for landowners in South Dakota, where recent geological findings suggest the state could be next in line for an oil boom. Fambrough said one of the most important things a landowner will need to negotiate in an oil and gas lease, regardless of location, is the depth clause or a horizontal severance clause. “Limit the lease to the bottom of the deepest producing formation at the end of the primary term,” Fambrough said. “Otherwise, one producing well, at any depth, holds the entire leased premises to the center of the earth.” Likewise, when negotiating the vertical severance clause, Fambrough recommends limiting the number of acres held by one producing well. “In Texas, the Railroad Commission dictates the number of acres a well needs for a drilling permit and for the amount of production it will allow from that well,” Fambrough said. “These are known as ‘production units.’ Either specify how many acres one well will hold at the end of the primary term or state it can hold no greater number than allowed by the state governmental agency having jurisdiction.” Fambrough said that if a vertical severance clause is not included, then one well holds the entire leased premises until that well or subsequent ones drilled on the property quit producing. There’s also the matter of negotiating a minimum royalty provision. “Most wells start off great but tail off after about six months of production,” Fambrough said. “Generally speaking, if a well does not reach payout during the first six months, it will never pay for itself. The cost of the well will never be recovered.” However, this does not mean the oil company will abandon the well. “The oil company will milk it as long as they can, and the marginal production will continue to hold the lease even though it is not producing in paying quantities,” Fambrough said. “Mineral owners need to negotiate a minimum royalty provision so that if their royalties fall below a certain level, the oil company must make up for the difference or lose the lease.” Each of these clauses must be negotiated, but none appear in an oil and gas lease, Fambrough said. “Hints on Negotiating an Oil and Gas Lease” explains these clauses in greater detail. It can be downloaded free from the center’s website athttp://recenter.tamu.edu/pdf /229.pdf.
High school sports at all-time high
Boosted by continued growth in girls sports, participation in high school sports increased for the 23rd consecutive year in 2011-12, according to the annual High School Athletics Participation Survey conducted by the National Federation of State High School Associations. Locally, as of August 27, there were 101 students registered in the Philip High School. There were 27 students out for football, 21 out for volleyball and 11 out for cross country. That makes over 58 percent of the high school student body out for fall sports. Based on figures from the 51 NFHS-member state high school athletic/activity associations, participation for the 2011-12 school year reached an all-time high of 7,692,520 participants, an increase of 24,565 from the previous year. “In this time of increasing financial challenges in our high schools, we are encouraged that participation in high school sports continues to rise,” said Bob Gardner, NFHS executive director. Girls participation continued to climb. Boys participation figures dipped for the first time since 199293, down 9,419 from last year’s number of 4,494,406 to 4,484,987. Baseball, soccer and cross country all had increases from the previous year.
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3-21-12: Fishing Without License, Non-Resident: Tony E. Brendgard, Rapid City; fined $170. 6-8-12: Speeding: Cody R. Ohman, Pierre; fined $105. 7-10-12: Failure to Make Proper Stop at Stop Intersection: Diane L. Neyens, Long Valley; fined $110. 7-18-12: Passing Vehicles Yielding One-Half of Highway: Karch M. Foley, Philip; fined $120. 7-8-12: Fail to Report Accident to Police Officer: Ovidiu D. Avram, Minot, ND; fined $270. Careless Driving: Avram; fined $120.
Blood drive September 18
Want to have a great feeling all day on Tuesday, September 18? Plan to stop by the Knights of Columbus blood drive, from 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., in the Fine Arts Building at the Philip High School. By giving blood, a donor helps replenish a community resource used by a neighbor, relative, friend or even a complete stanger. The donation gives a future patient the same recovery opportunity as a current patient, because it assures blood will be on the hospital shelf when it is needed. Only when a significant number of people donate on a regular basis can a community maintain adequate blood supplies. “If everyone waited for an emergency to donate, many lives would be jeopardized,” said Lori Liebman, United Blood Services donor recruitment director. “Waiting to donate in an emergency only creates more emer- gencies. Blood must be available at all times in sufficient amounts to meet the needs of a community” Volunteer blood donors must be at least 16 years old, weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good health. More height/weight requirements apply to donors 22 and younger, and donors who are 16, or 17 in certain areas, must have signed permission from a parent or guardian. Potential donors can make an appointment to give at www.bloodhero.com or by calling Rick Palecek in Philip at 859-2525, or call Rapid City 342-8585, or call Mitchell 9963688. Donors will also receive a free cholesterol test.
Lookin’ Around by Syd Iwan
Flower gardens tend to have a mind of their own. They sometimes resist suggestions and prefer to do their own thing. That has been the case with the one behind our house this year, but it has put on a fairly good show anyway that was mostly done by itself without much input from us. It all started last fall when wife Corinne yearned for a glorious spring display of tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths. She therefore ordered a hundred or so bulbs which we carefully planted with lashings of bone-meal fertilizer. This spring, then, Corinne eagerly waited for the expected riot of color and beauty. It didn’t happen. It was a bad year for bulbs for some unknown reason, and the whole local area was affected. We did have a few nice daffodils and one hot-pink tulip. The tulip was pleasant to look at for a few days until a hurricane-strength wind came through and blew all its petals off. Some of the other tulips and the hyacinths came up and flowered but they were stunted things with the blooms barely visible and low enough to the ground that they were mostly hidden by leaves. They weren’t much to look at. Never mind. The big clump of irises came through and put on a nice show of purple blooms. They lasted quite a while and were followed by some purple salvia here and there. The best showing, though, was the larkspur which came next. These are actually annual plants instead of perennial, but they throw out so many seeds that, if you have them one year, you’re apt to have more of them the next. Such was the case. We had huge areas that came up with loads of purple, blue and white spiky flowers. They went on a long time and were great. Next on the garden’s agenda were hollyhocks. There was one big clump of those plus a couple of smaller ones. They were mostly pink with one or two reds and provided a nice display. We thought they were done for the year, but recently they’ve thrown out a few more blooms, especially at the top. The bottom part of each stalk has gone to seed enough that a heretofore-unidentified bird parks itself sideways on a stock each morning and crunches the seeds. The bird has some pinkish orange on its breast, some white wing bars, and a yellow beak but doesn’t quite match any pictures in the bird book. If the seeds hold out long enough, we might eventually get a good enough look to figure things out. Grasshoppers and some disease caused problems for a while, but those have now disappeared and been replaced by recurrent growth. We are slightly wondering if more spikes with flowers will appear before frost, but we’ll have to wait and see on that. At the moment, we’ve mostly gone from hollyhocks to morning glories. These are large purple blooms that brighten our mornings. They have finally granted Corinne’s wish to have something pretty trail over the retaining wall. She originally wanted some special kind of petunias for that purpose, but those were not available in any of the local greenhouses this spring. We did find another plant that grows down instead of up and has lots of small yellow or pink blooms. Those were potted, parked behind the wall, and instructed to grow over and down. They refused. Every time Corinne would turn them so a branch was headed over, they pulled those back and sent them another direction. Maybe the wall was too hot or something. The morning glories, though, all by themselves started growing over and down so that three hangingdown sprigs are now in place and blooming. They are also climbing up the little lilac that never bloomed and up some elm sprigs that will be pulled later this fall. Also in evidence are a little cedar tree and various other non-blooming plants of various sizes and shapes. They all add interest and have grown thanks to the water and fertilizer Corinne has given them over the summer. She is into nurturing things including plants. The creeping jenny likes the care too, but it can’t be uprooted at present without also pulling the morning glories. It actually has pretty white flowers that could be enjoyed more if one didn’t know what a pest this plant can be. So, that’s the story of the flower garden. It definitely had a mind of its own this year but still managed to provide beauty and interest. Who knows, maybe next year will be even better. The bulbs are still there and might bloom, and other neat stuff is apt to happen. We’ll look forward to it. The silly flowerbed seems to know what it’s doing. Except for pulling a few weeds and watering, maybe we should just keep our hands off.
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Labor Day reality ... by Del Bartels
The three-day weekend is, for many, the last big blast of summer. Come Tuesday, many people will be almost too worn out to return to a productive day of work or school. Fairs, fishing, camping, barbecues, family reunions, a whirlwind downhill slide for the tourism season, a small breather from the crazy start of schools and colleges – seemingly something for everyone who works. Labor Day became a national holiday when Congress and President Grover Cleveland pushed through its legislation in just six days following the end of the nationwide 1894 Pullman Strike. Almost 4,000 employees of the Pullman Palace Car Company held a wildcat strike because of cuts in wages. This brought railroad traffic west of Chicago to a stop. The American Railway Union, the nation's first industry wide union, was then in a struggle with the entire railroad system, involving 250,000 workers in 27 states. The strike ended following the deaths of a number of workers in a conflict with the United States military and U.S. Marshals. Today, South Dakota is one of 23 “right-to-work” states. That means employees do not have to belong to a union or pay union dues in order to hold a job. The other states and the District of Columbia do not have right-to-work laws, which can exist because of the 1947 federal TaftHartley Act. In South Dakota, “right-to-work” is simply practical. Could farmers effectively strike for fewer hours? Could ranchers win a strike for better working conditions during calving? Could the summer tourism industry ever succumb to giving coffee breaks during the Sturgis Rally? Could volunteer firemen get their wages doubled? On-thejob training is already an everyday necessity for a rural work force. A family member, friend or neighbor who happens to be your boss is already safety conscious, probably even more for you than for themselves. Tiny Ma and Pa businesses simply can’t afford full benefits for their few employees, and no union can change that. Besides, remember that Noah’s Ark was built by a small family operation and the Titanic was built by shipyard labor. Labor and work are different. Babysitting the eight grandkids for a three-day weekend is hard work, but usually not slave labor nor paid for labor. As the Bible states, most people wouldn’t hesitate to work at freeing stuck livestock, even if that work was on the sabbath. Most endeavors on Labor Day leave us more exhausted than if we had pulled a double shift at work, but we do them anyway. Some people say that if you love your job and have fun at it, then in actuality you never work a day in your life. Now, our unified goal should be for all of us to fill our gas tanks before the weekend, to get groceries before the weekend, to barbecue our own feasts during the weekend, and other preparations so that more and more people don’t have to labor during their Labor Day.
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You’re invited to a Come & Go Bridal Shower for Amanda Fitzgerald
(fiancée of Rusty Bair)
Aug. 31, Sept. 1-2-3:
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (PG)
Fri: 8:00 p.m. Sat: 8:00 p.m. Sun: 1:30 p.m. Mon: 7:00 p.m.
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&2+85 C9? +66 09< + 0?8 >37/ C<98 )23>/ 2+. -97:+8C 23= 1<+8..+?12>/< %2/<<C +8. 1</+> 1<+8..+?12>/< /B/C /B/C 2/6:/. -966/-> >2/ ,3819 -+<.= &2+85 C9? /B/C 7CH= 1<+7:= A+= >2/</ >99 A+65/. +<9?8. 9?>=3./ >2/ %97/<=/> 9?<> ,?36.381 +0>/< ,3819 +8. 3> A+= 89> >99 29> &2/ =+1/ 6995/. 2+::C +8. >2/ +60+60+ 6995/. 2/+6>2C %97/ 90 3> 2+. =//. :9.= A3>29?> =//.= &2/</ A/</ + 0/A -<+-5= 38 >2/ 1<9?8. >2+> A/</ +,9?> >2<// ;?+<>/<= 90 +8 38-2 A3./ )/.8/=.+C ?1?=> +> %97 /<=/> 9?<> A/ 2+. /A *9<5 =><3: =>/+5 09< 6?8-2 +8. :/-+8 :3/ ?> >2/ ,31 /@/8> 90 >2/ .+C A+= >2/ 03=2 0<C 38 >2/ /@/8381 38 >2/ %97 /<=/> 9?<> -9?<>C+<. $C+8 9@/ 9?< .3</->9< >2/ 53>-2/8 =>+00 +8. 9>2/< %97/<=/> 9?<> =>+00 A/</ >2/ -2/0= +8. =/<@/<= &2/</ A+= + 69> 90 A9<5 38@96@/. A3>2 -+<<C381 9?> -2+3<= +8. >+,6/= 38>9 >2/ -9?<>C+<. &2+85 C9? +66 &2/ A/+>2/< A+= 3./+6 A+<7 +8. 89> 29> 89< A38.C )/ 2+. -9<8 ,</+. 2?=2 :?: :3/= ,6+-5 ,/+8 </63=2 :9>+>9 A/. 13/= =><+A,/<<C 3-/ -</+7 :3/ +8. -29-96+>/ 738> 3-/ -</+7 ,/=3./= >2/ 03=2 &2/ 03=2 0<C A/8> A/66 A3>2 +66 /849C381 >2/ 03=2 +8. >2/ </=> 90 >2/ 7/+6 %97/ 2+. @3=3>9<= >9 /849C .388/< A3>2 &2+85 C9? +<1+</> 09< C9?< 2/6: &2/</ A+= + 199. -<9A. 90 </=3./8>= +8. += +<1+</> :938>/. 9?> F;?3>/ + 0/A @3=3>9<= G C 1<+8..+?12>/< 3=+ /85/ +<+73/ )C9 09?8. 2/< A+C 9?> 38>9 >2/ ,+-5C+<. A2/</ >2/ +->398 A+= )/ 2+. + 199. 1+7/ 90 =-<+,,6/ %2/ +8. 2/< 63>>6/ .91 "<38-/== =>+C/. +> + 79>/6 )/.8/=.+C 8312> /<3 /=-2+7:=H 1<+8.=98 A+= >2/ C9?81/=> :/<=98 +> >2/ 03=2 0<C / 3= 7+C,/ =3B 798>2= 96. +-5 ?75/ </:9<>/. >2+> 2/ 2+. ,//8 >9 %39?B +66= >9 =// 23= 03<=> 1</+> 1<+8.-236. C 1<+8..+?12>/< 3=+ /85/ +<+73/ )C9 +8. )+C8/ +8. AC88 +8=/8 -+7/ 9@/< 09< 6?8-2 +8. >9 @3=3> 3=+ :6+C/. 2/< ?5?6/6/ +8. =+81 %2/ =+81 F&2/</H= +8 !6. %:388381 )2//6 38 / + >2/ "+<69<G +8. F!2 3@/ 97/ G )/ 6995/. >2<9?12 + ,9B 90 96. :29>9= +8. =2/ >995 + 0/A .9A8>9A8 >9 1/> -9:3/= 9< =8+-5 +8. -2+> +0>/< ,3819 98 ?1?=> A/ 2+. =97/ @/<C >+=>C +8. :</>>C -2/<<C -?:-+5/= &2+85= 09< ,3819 +8. >2/ ></+>= +@3. +8=/8 /7+36/. >2+> 2/ A+= ?=381 >2/ :9=> :?66/< 2/ 38 @/8>/. >9 2/6: :?66 ><//= >2+> A/</ 5366/. ,C >2/ 3==9?<3 $3@/< 0699. 6+=> =?77/< / 3= A9<5381 A3>2 >2/ %9?>2 +59>+ /:+<>7/8> 90 +7/ 3=2 +8. "+<5= &2/C 2+@/ >29?=+8.= 90 ./+. ><//= >9 :?66 &2/C -+8 :?66 >2/ =7+66 98/= A3>2 <99>= +8. +66 &2/ 6+<1/< 98/= +</
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
Sunday, September 9th 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Senechal Apts. Lobby in Philip
Registered at Target & Herberger’s
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Church & Community
Thursday, August 30, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •
was the kind of tired you don’t mind. If family comes to visit, it is worth it. I visited Gladys several times this week and her family is with her day and night now. Barb, who has just retired from nursing will be here all the time now. Other family members come and take turns when they are able to be away from their jobs. Arlie was home this last week and stayed with his mom as did Mel, Joyce, Janet and Larry. It always make me feel sad to see a wonderful lady, such as Gladys, go through difficult times like these after the life of service she has given to everyone, both family and friends. But we always need to remember that life is never meant to be perfect. We have to wait for that when the time comes. Kieth and Deb Smith went on a 16 day vacation. They left the seventh of August and headed west to Richfield, Idaho, where Gladys (Knodel) Smith’s family, Gus and Lois, went when they left here. Their old hardware business was found and a second cousin was also located while there. Their next stop was Colusa, Calif., to visit longtime friends and schoolmates, Mike and Janice West. The Wests took them to San Francisco for a day and they toured the big city. Then they went up the coast to see the redwood tree forest and view the ocean. From there they went to Las Vegas. Kieth tried his luck at some gambling while Deb took in some shows. They went to Hoover Dam and then on to see the Grand Canyon where they arrived in time to see a beautiful sunset. Leaving there, they visited the cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde National Park. Then
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Obituaries
Gladys A. Smith_________________
Gladys A. Smith, age 92, of Quinn, died Tuesday, August 28, 2012, at the Hans P. Peterson Memorial Hospital in Philip. Survivors include her husband, Richard Smith of Quinn; five sons, Larry Smith and his wife, Linda, of Philip, Melvin Smith and his wife, Beth, of Philip, Steven Smith and his wife, Roxie, of Ordway, Colo., Arlan Smith of Casper, Wyo., and Kieth Smith and his wife, Deb, of Quinn; four daughters, Colleen Simmons and her husband, Ken, of Forsythe, Mont., Joyce Buchholz and her husband, Ed, of Belle Fourche, Barbara Coy and her husband, Mike, of Sundance, Wyo., and Janet Lurz and her husband, Kenneth, of Wall; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and a host of other relatives and friends. Gladys was preceded in death by her parents, Gustave “Gus” and Lois (Lathrop) Knodel; a granddaughter, Audra Smith; and a grandson, Christopher Lurz. Funeral services are pending with the Rush Funeral Home of Philip. A complete obituary will appear in next week’s issue.
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by Mary Eide • 859-2188
Gary and Julie Nixon attended the bronc match at the Faith Stock Show and Rodeo last Wednesday night and met their daughter, Mandi, and C.J. Menzel and family there to visit and enjoy some time together. This was always a big event in their family, as Julie was born in Faith and many of her relatives still live there and others come home just to visit at that time. The week of August 9, Julie gathered her granddaughters from Dupree and Belle Fourche and they went on a mini vacation in the Black Hills. They visited many local attractions and camped at a campground where the girls had a ball. They have planned and scheduled one for the same time next year before school starts. Gary and Julie Nixon attended the celebration of life services and funeral of Gary’s cousin, Delane Nixon, in Belle Fourche and stayed all night with their daughter, Kellie, and family. They stopped at the Butte/Lawrence County Fair and Rodeo in Nisland on their way home to see granddaughter Abbi show her chicken. She won a purple in the show and showmanship. She was a beginner at this and Julie said that she found out so much she did not know about chickens and it was fun. They went to the fair again on Friday and watched granddaughter Allie show her steer. They also stopped in Union Center on their way home for their annual celebration. Wednesday, Gary and Julie attended the funeral of longtime friend, Andy Ridley, at Belle Fourche. They also stopped to visit Gary’s aunt, Maxine Nixon, and her family. The family was celebrating Maxine’s birthday that day. They returned to Philip to attend the visitation for Jim Gottsleben that evening. Thursday was cattle working day at the Nixon’s with Michelle Maupin Barrett and friend Darlene helping. Friday, Gary and Julie traveled to Ft. Pierre to attend the state 4H finals rodeo. Their granddaughter, Tessa Menzel, competed and they visited family and friends and watched a lot of rodeo. Gary and Julie stopped at the home of Julie’s aunt, Cora Jeffries, to visit a while between rodeos. The weekend of August 18 and 19, Rich and Gladys Smith enjoyed several of their children and grandchildren being here. Rich and family, Colleen and Ken Simons and their daughter, Deanna, her husband and their daughter and her husband and their granddaughter all from Montana, Joyce and Ed Buchholz, Belle Fourche, Janet Lurz, Wall, Larry and Linda Smith, Milesville, Mel Smith, Philip, and Mary Eide were all at the hospital to visit. Saturday evening, Pastor Frezil Westerlund came and we all had communion together. The kids from Montana left Sunday for home. I enjoyed seeing them all. It had been awhile since I had seen some of Colleen’s family. I am sure Gladys got tired, but it
Lana Faye Sanftner_______________
Lana Faye Sanftner, age 47 of Kadoka, S.D., died Sunday, August 26, 2012, at the Rapid City Regional Hospital. Lana Faye Jones was born on August 11, 1965, in Kadoka, the daughter of Tom and Mary (Stotts) Jones. She attended school at Midland, graduating in 1983. She lived in Hico, Texas, and Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., where she lived her brother, Tommy. While in Florida, she earned a degree in music and voice. She moved to Kadoka, in 1991 where she was employed at different businesses. She was also an Avon consultant. Lana married Tim Sanftner in 2002. To this union a daughter, Tejai Rae, was born on August 10, 2004. Lana always wanted to travel to the tropics. In May, she got that opportunity, going to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic with her niece Marinda. We heard several funny stories of their adventure. Anyone who was with Lana always had a funny story to tell. Lana was a joy to be with, a very loving and giving person. And we will never forget her beautiful singing voice. Lana will also be remembered for her infectious laugh and her smile for everyone. Survivors include her daughter, Tejai Sanftner of Kadoka; her son, Ryder Sanftner of Kadoka; two brothers, Thomas Rex Jones of Midland and Jesse Paul Jones and his wife, Karen, of Hico, Texas; two sisters, Mary Jo Jones of Midland, and Jane Adeline Romero of Kadoka; and a host of other relatives and friends. Lana was preceded in death by her father Tom Jones on January 11, 2003, and her mother Mary Jones on September 9, 2007. Visitation will be held from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Thursday, August 30, at the Rush Funeral Home in Philip. A celebration of life service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Friday, August 31, at the Midland School Auditorium. Private family interment will take place at the Midland Cemetery. Arrangements are with the Rush Funeral Home of Philip. Her online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
they traveled on to Ordway, Colo., to spend a couple days with Kieth’s brother, Steve and Roxie Smith and family. Kieth and Deb were glad to be home after 4,600 miles of driving. But after getting some rest, they ventured up to the Black Hills for Kool Deadwood Nites which they said was very enjoyable. Lincoln and Tucker looked after things while they were gone. Kieth will have to stay close to home more as Lincoln has left for Aberdeen to finish his college studies. He plans to come back and join Kieth and Tucker on the ranch when he is finished with his last semester of school. Tucker and Jess Smith reported that I will be a great-aunt again as they are expecting a playmate for Logan around the last of January or the first part of February. Isn’t that great? I visited with Vernon Montgomery this week by phone and he reported that he is doing well and enjoying his children and grandchildren. His daughter, Trista, and family have moved to Belle Fourche now and are closer to daughter Kerry who lives in Sundance, Wyo., and has two boys. Vernon has them all outfitted in John Deere clothes and caps. They all put them on when they help him mow with his John Deere garden tractor. Besides mowing, he lets them pull things around with that tractor, although some of them are too small and young to mow. His sister, Vina Beth, was to be in Sundance this week to have lunch with them. Vernon lived in this area and worked for us one year and three summers. The Reedy boys became friends with him as well as others. (continued next week)
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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: 10:30 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. at the Senechal Apts. lobby. No Bible studies during June, July, & August. TRINITY LUTHERAN Pastor Frezil Westerlund Midland – 843-2538 SATURDAY WORSHIP: 7:00 p.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 SUNDAY WORSHIP: 8:00 a.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 LUTHERAN CHURCH 10 miles SE of Midland Pastor Glenn Denke • 462-6169 Sunday Worship: 10:00 a.m. (CT) Sunday School: 11:00 a.m. CT ****** PHILIP COMMUNITY EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip – 8592841 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 – Evang. Ladies Service/Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Wed. Night Prayer & Bible Study: 7 p.m. Everyone Welcome!! ******
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UNITED CHURCH OF PHILIP Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310 Home: 859-2192 • E-mail: chez@gwtc.net Sunday Worship: 10:00 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: 8:00 a.m.
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Sports & Accomplishments
Thursday, August 30, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •
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Rushmore Band Camp Scottie boosters gather for annual soap scrimmage
Four Philip music students attended the 42nd annual Rushmore National Band Camp, held at Camp Judson near Keystone, August 5-10. The Rushmore National Music Camp band, choir, jazz band, and Rushmore Singers final concert was Friday, August 10, in the Mt. Rushmore National Memorial amphitheater. The music camp boasts a ratio of seven campers to one counselor. All attendees are part of the choir and band, however students may audition to be a part of the jazz band and/or special choir called the Rushmore Singers. Garrett Snook was a member of the jazz band and performed a solo. Gavin Snook was part of the special choir. Shown, from left, are Garrett Snook, Jane Poss, Joseph One Skunk and Gavin Snook. Courtesy photo
It was a perfect night last Saturday, August 25, for Philip High School’s annual soap scrimmage. Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, along with other Scottie boosters filled the stands to see their favorite players. The Scotties first two games are away at Jones County on August 31 and White River on September 7. Their first home game is Homecoming, September 14 against New Underwood. Photo by Nancy Haigh
Second year and beyond scholarships
mores providing the leadership this year. Blake Martinez, also with an impressive improvement, moved from a 43rd placing in each of the last two years to the 21st place finish and a course best time of 17:33. Nelson Holman, having placed 14th in 2011, moved up to earn the seventh place medal with a personal course best of 16:28. Tristen Rush led the Scotties with a fourth place finish, a six place improvement over 2011 as well as a personal course best of 15:52, a 31 second improvement. From a coaching standpoint, I could have realistically asked for no better start, with personal bests all around. This is the kind of performance that hopefully is just what these young people need to help inspire another week of intense training. The Scotties race next on the Durkee Lake Golf Course three miles south of Faith, Friday, August 30. The recipient list is out for the fall 2012 second year and beyond scholarships for Philip High School. Anna K. Davis Memorial – awarded to a PHS graduate focused on academics in agriculture, nursing, teaching, business or hospital and attending a South Dakota school with a 2.5 grade point average or above – $100 to Carissa Doolittle. Braddock-Durnill Trust Scholarship – to a PHS graduate attending an accredited college or vocational school; following graduation, applicant must provide proof of full time continuous post-secondary education (earn 12+ credits per semester) – $1,120 to each Andrew Brech, Skye Brucklacher, Carrie Buchholz, Molly Coyle, Tawnie DeJong, Carissa Doolittle, Chana Gottsleben, Ryan Kammerer, Lindsay Mann, Marissa Mann, Colton Nickelson, Jeffrey O’Connell, Kayla O’Connell, Brandon O’Dea, Zane Pekron, Colby Smith, Lincoln Smith, Jennifer Stangle, Tomilyn Trask, Colin Van Lint, Michelle Van Tassel and Michael Westerberg. Cecile Marie Hansen Memorial – to nursing students – $500 each fall to Christine Coyle and Edna Knutson; $500 each spring to Christine Coyle and Edna Knutson. Class of 2000 – to a PHS graduate who has completed at least one year of post-secondary education at a South Dakota state supported votech or college – $60 to Edna Knutson. Haakon Education Association – to a PHS graduate of at least a second year, second semester and an education major – $250 to each Skye Brucklacher and Kayla O’Connell. Jamie Gittings Memorial – to a PHS graduate of at least a second year – $300 each to Molly Coyle, Jeffrey O’Connell and Emma Slovek. Katherine Stephenson Scholarship – to a PHS graduate pursuing a degree in the medical or nutrition field – $250 to Edna Knutson. Kawi Memorial – to a graduate of a Haakon County school or resident of Haakon County, after successful completion of one year and upon enrollment and admission to a second year of post secondary education – $250 to Colby Smith. Lillian Cook Memorial – to a PHS graduate of at least a second year and an education major – an undisclosed amount to Jeffrey O’Connell. Melvin and Paul Sandbo Memorial – to a graduate of any Haakon County school or resident of Haakon County, after completing one year of post-secondary education – $300 to Tawnie DeJong. Mary Lou Wintrode Memorial – to a PHS graduate in nursing – $250 to Edna Knutson. Philip High School Alumni Scholarship – to a PHS graduate – $218 to Skye Brucklacher. Vivian Hansen Scholarship – to a PHS graduate of at least second year with preference given to those studying education or special education – $500 to each Jeffrey O’Connell and Tomilyn Trask.
Philip Scotties off and running
by Coach Ralph Kroetch One hundred degrees seems to be the norm for the Douglas Early Bird Cross Country Meet, as the Philip Scotties traveled to the Prairie Ridge Golf Course in Box Elder on Friday, August 24, for the season opener. Facing a strong breeze, Philip’s Holly Iwan began her final prep season running. She would run against some of the best from AA, A and B divisions in North and South Dakota. Iwan led the B division over the 4,000 meter course, placing 19th out of 50 varsity girls in a time of 19:28, and her career best placing at Douglas. Forty-seven girls came to the starting line of the junior varsity race. Freshman Ellie Coyle ran the majority of this race just inside the top 10, and, with a strong final push, moved up to a third place finish bettering her course best by 38 seconds. Junior Allison Pekron spent much of her summer lifting, riding and running, and it paid off with a personal best time of 16:08, as well as an improvement of five places at 22nd. Eighth grader Shay Hand, starting her first event as a Scottie, ran the 3,000 meter course in 17:39 to place 34th. With just four girls on this year’s squad and a personal best for each, the Scotties could have asked for no better of a start. Well over 60 young men started the boy’s junior varsity race. The heat caused several to drop out throughout this race, as it had in each of the previous races. Seventh grader Conner Dekker ran his first ever 4,000 meter race. Dekker said, “I really felt like walking a lot of times, but I didn’t.” And, that determination paid off with a finish time of 28:04, but more importantly him learning what is expected of a cross country runner. Freshmen Keegan Burnett and Garrett Snook, each running on this course for the second time, set a pair of personal bests. Burnett out-kicked a Cheyenne–Eagle Butte runner in the final yards to place 30th, while improving his course time by a very impressive 2:56 with a time of 18:42. Snook put one more competitor behind him in the final stages to place 24th, this after his 75th placing in 2011 and time improvement of 1:42 to finish in 17:52. The Scotties have three sopho-
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