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Pioneer review
Tom Brokaw
Number 16 Volume 106 December 8, 2011
South Dakota AARP utilities symposium Portrait of a native South Dakotan
ference recently in Eugene, Ore. He charmed the press from all over this area with stories of his roots in South Dakota where, he said, “I was taught the values that have served me well in my work around the world.” Most recently, he served as moderator of NBC’s top-rated Sunday morning public affairs program, Meet the Press, after the untimely death of Tim Russert. Tom said his mother was born and grew up in a real “Little House on the Prairie” in northwestern South Dakota. She lived in Yankton many years near where my father lived when he was assigned there. Brokaw calls that his home, where he met his wife and returns often. He also spent time in western South Dakota near Edgemont. His mother died about 10 days before I met with Tom here, and he planned to return to South Dakota for services and burial. His mom spent the last few years of her life in California, but South Dakota will always be home. At the press conference here, he spent at least half an hour talking about South Dakota. In an evening performance at the Hult Center, a large concert hall, the 2,450 seats were sold out. He took the part of much-loved Abraham Lincoln, where he compared him to today’s crop of candidates who appear as gofor-the-jugular bloggers in their vitriolic attacks. He compared the experience of World War II with our present day wars, “Where we ask less than one percent of our population to do the fighting.” In WWII, most of the nation shared the burden. Tom Brokaw has taken a firm stance in support of those who made the sacrifice in that great world war. He said, “All Americans have to think of re-enlisting as citizens.” We, as native South Dakotans, can be proud of Brokaw, 71, also a native, who developed into one of the world’s greatest minds.
Power, not only in energy but in member advocacy ... Shown, from left: Dennis Eisnach AARP – national
policy council member, Chris Nelson – S.D. PUC commissioner, Gary Hanson – S.D. PUC commission chair, Sarah Jennings – AARP South Dakota state director, Gay Logan – Philip area AARP/RTA, Marcia West – Philip area AARP/RTA, Mike West – Philip area AARP/RTA president, Janee Briesemeister – AARP senior legislative representative for government affairs, and Shaun O'Brien – AARP vice president financial security. Courtesy photo latory role with respect to wireless communication companies and cooperative, independent and municipal utilities.” Points were discussed that directly involve the individual consumer, particularly those over 50 years of age. Budget billing enables the customer to spread out payments over 12 months. It was also recommended, since estimated bills can be higher than reality, that customers request meter readings. Cost assistance may be applied for by energy users through low income home energy assistance programs. Marcia West attended the symposium, along with Gay Logan and Mike West, all of Philip. Mike West is the AARP Philip chapter president. Marcia West reported that “smart meters” can record when there are low usage periods and peak usage times in individual homes. These meters are designed to help the homeowners learn and understand the household’s power usage on a day-by-day basis. Some customers, though, consider such information a form of invasion of
A utilities symposium was held Wednesday, November 30, in Fort Pierre, sponsored by the South Dakota AARP with the representatives of the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission as the main guest speakers. This is AARP South Dakota’s first year working on utilities issues in the state, said Sarah Jennings, AARP SD state director. “While this is new work for AARP in South Dakota, our members across the country have already made quite an impact in their communities by saving over $3 billion in unreasonable rate increases in 2010 alone,” according to Jennings. The PUC is headed by three commissioners, all elected for six-year terms. Only 11 states have such elected officials, while the other states’ officials are appointed by their governors. According to the synopsis of the symposium, the PUC “ensures utility companies provide safe, reliable service at fair and reasonable rates. The commission regulates investor-owned electric, natural gas and telephone utilities. It plays a more limited regu-
privacy. Statistics show that about half of the home heating in South Dakota is through natural gas, while 22 percent is liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), 20 percent is electricity and seven percent is fuel oil. South Dakota has an average price per kilowatt-per-hour that is lower than the nation as a whole, yet it uses more kWh per customer than the nation as a whole. The PUC has only limited regulation over energy cooperatives. A vast majority of South Dakota depends on electricity from cooperatives. The Haakon County area is serviced by West Central Electric Cooperative Inc., based out of Murdo. According to president Joe Connot, West Central purchases the vast majority of its power from Basin Electric – which is a mainly coal-fired source with its main office in Bismarck, N.D. – not from the Oahe hydroelectric power plant in South Dakota from which the power is distributed though the federal Western Area Power Administration (WAPA).
by Bill Kunkle Tom Brokaw is probably the most well-known South Dakotan. He certainly is the most trusted and respected figure in broadcast journalism. On December 1, 2004, Brokaw stepped down after 21 years as the anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News. He has received many honors, not only for his on-air appearances, but also as a best-selling author of such books as “The Greatest Generation,” and the Edward R. Murrow lifetime achievement award, and many others. He earned a dozen Emmys and two Peabody and DuPont awards for his journalistic achievements. I interviewed him at a “Lincoln Portrait” press con-
City denied Wood/Walden project funding
by Del Bartels When the Philip City Council met Monday, December 5, it quickly got through other business in preparation for two public hearings. The approved payment of bills included November’s salaries and benefits that totaled $27,554.81. All other bills came to $90,700.59. This includes a payment of $41,214.77 for the Philip Health Services Inc. geo-thermal project. This is actually paid for by PHSI but the city is acting as financial go-between for any grant purposes. The council approved repairing its 1986 Case W14B loader so it can have resale value. It will then be surplussed and offered for sale through sealed bids or auction. The best advance estimate for repairs is around $5,000. Work to be done at Lake Waggoner as recommended by South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources will begin when the weather changes. The transfer of Lake Waggoner from the city’s water fund to its general fund has reached an accounting snag. A straight across transfer all at once is “frowned upon” by auditing regulations, according to Finance Officer Monna Van Lint. She said that the general fund and the water fund are different entities according to the accounting world. An option would be to “sell” Lake Waggoner to the general fund over a period of time. Councilman Mike Vetter said, “Though I don’t want to, I think we should listen to the auditor. That’s what we pay them a lot of money for. They are looking out for our best interests.” The rest of the council agreed, but voted to wait so the “purchase” can be budgeted. The “sale” will start in 2013. The first public hearing was on liquor license renewals. The council approved all five of the current on-sale and off-sale licenses in Philip. The second public hearing was on the city’s application for funding for its storm drainage and wastewater projects. Though DENR has approved the placement of the city’s projects on the state water plan, the funding has been denied. Marlene Knutson with the Central South Dakota Enhancement District explained the situation. The wastewater sewer system part of the Wood and Walden avenues project is estimated at $1,034,000. The storm sewer system part of it is estimated at $1,073,300. The hoped for community access grants and loans from the Board of Water and Natural Resources are based on improving business access and opportunities. Scotchman Industries is at one end of the proposed project and the post office is at the other end. The remaining stretch is completely residential. Thus, the limited Clean Water State Revolving Fund resources will not be allocated to Philip’s project. The city council still plans to proceed with the Wood/Walden project. It will have to look for any possible funding from other sources. In different business, the council was informed that the South Dakota Highway 73 (Larimer Avenue) sidewalk project is still moving slowly forward. The council authorized the mayor’s signature on the maintenance and encroachment agreement between the city of Philip and the state of South Dakota. Approved building permits included for Mike and Debbie Miller to do emergency sewer repair, and Roger Williams to put up a 12’x12’ storage shed. Van Lint reported that the fiscal year 2010 audit was clean. The audit report will go to the state for further approval. The only mark against the city was the ongoing problem of designation and segregation of checks and balances in the office. With extremely small staffs in small towns, this problem is reoccurring. Van Lint said that the mark on the audit will probably always be there. “We should be able to account for everything, and we can,” said Van Lint. November’s monthly report by the police department included 57 official calls, 12 official warnings given, and one citation issued. Hours on duty and miles recorded do not include the time spent on a standby status where the officer must be available to respond to a call. The water department’s quarterly report included that monthly water loss has been reduced to less than four percent, which is an acceptable amount. In reaching this level, the city crews had found and repaired three major leaks. It was reported that the rubble site has an estimated two years of space available. Before that, an expansion or another location must be found. Under the public comments part of the meeting, a written thank you from Kay Ainslie was received for the city’s operation of the public swimming pool. Propane bids for the month again went to Fitzgerald Oil Company. The South Dakota Municipal League dinner and day at the legislature is scheduled for February 7-8, 2012, in Pierre. Philip will have at least one official representative there. The city offices will be closed December 23-26, 2011, and January 2, 2012, in observance of the legal holidays. The year-end special meeting will be Thursday, December 29, at 5:00 p.m. in the community room. The next regular council meeting will be at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, January 2, 2012, in the community room.
Country Cupboard food pantry future food drives
The Country Cupboard food pantry board met Monday, November 21, for its regular monthly meeting. Carol Hoffman, president, presided over the meeting. The Country Cupboard and area churches were able to provide 43 holiday baskets to clients and those in need. The baskets included a chicken or turkey, potatoes, rolls, gravy, vegetable and pie. The baskets were distributed in anticipation of the Thanksgiving holiday. Helen Crawford reported that 640 pounds of food were dispersed and 108 pounds were received in donations for October. For November there was 790 pounds dispersed and 263 pounds of food donated. This increase in distribution was anticipated for many clients when they were laid off from work. There are several food drives planned. December 10 the Wall chamber will hold a pancake feed at Wall Drug, and the Wall school is doing a food drive by all the classes during December. These drives are critical in meeting the needs of our area served. In January the Country Cupboard will be able to summarize the receipt and distribution of food for 2011. This will be used to focus food drives and budgeting for 2012. Volunteers are gathering and assembling items for the Christmas bags. These will have a different focus than the holiday baskets. They will include personal hygiene items in addition to cookie mix and paper products if available. The backpack program has met its financial match to the Greater Wall Foundation grant. Financial donors can specify if they want the financial donation to go to the Country Cupboard or to the backpack program. The Country Cupboard fund uses donations to purchase food from the food bank in Rapid City and other incidental costs to operate the pantry. Commodity deliveries have dropped severely due to limits in federal funding. This is affecting food pantries nationwide. The Country Cupboard is affected by using more funds towards the purchase of food from the food bank in Rapid City to supplement the food drives and individual donations. Winter hours are 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. every Wednesday and 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. every third Saturday. For more information or to make a donation, contact Hoffman, Wall, or Mike and Marcia West, Philip.
Philip Nursing Home Tree of Love … honors loved ones
The Philip Nursing Home will again have the Tree of Love during the holidays. You may ask: “What is the Tree of Love?” The Tree of Love is a way in which the community can remember loved ones who may have passed away or a loved one who is still living. It is a worthy project which makes money for the residents’ activity fund. Three trees will be placed on the bulletin board at the nursing home in early December: The In Memory Tree – for those loved ones no longer living; the In Honor of Tree – for that special loved one still alive; and the Tree for Businesses. Colored symbols are placed on the trees. Red symbols are $25; Blue are $10; Green are $5; and White are $1. The price differences allow everyone the opportunity to give a tribute in someone’s name. The name of the honored person and the name of the sponsor are placed on the symbol. Those decorating the trees appreciate a condensed version of the information. For example: The John Doe Family. Include the necessary information of the honoree and the sponsorDonations will be accepted from now until Christmas. Your Tree of Love donation can be sent to the Philip Nursing Home, Attn: Cheri Heeb, PO Box 790, Philip, SD 57567. Please note on the envelope that it is a Tree of Love gift. Out-of-town businesses are also invited to participate. Barbara Kroetch and Peggy Hook will be visiting local businesses for the Business Tree donations.
Ferley continues at National Finals Rodeo after father’s sudden death
(Re-printed with permission from Rapid City Journal) Joe Kavanaugh Chad Ferley of Oelrichs went into Thursday night’s opening round of the National Finals Rodeo with much more on his mind than simply riding a bucking bronc or winning a championship. Earlier in the day, Ferley learned that his 64-year-old father, Jerry Ferley, had died at Rapid City Regional after suffering a heart attack. “It was pretty unexpected, something that no one was really expecting,” Chad Ferley said Friday afternoon from Las Vegas, after an 84-point ride on Thursday. “He’s been pretty laid up recently, in fact, and was supposed to go in for a new hip in a couple of weeks. He rode a lot of colts when he was younger. He was a pretty hard man and put a lot of wear and tear on his body.” In addition to ranching with his wife, LeeAnn, and five children – Shane, Casey, Chad, Shanna and Dee – Jerry Ferley did some bronc busting on his own stock and occasionally competed in area rodeos, according to his son. “He grew up in Philip and moved to Oelrichs after he and mom got married. They moved there and set up ranching on my mom’s father’s place. Dad did quite a bit of bronc riding, too, when he was young, broke a lot of horses and rodeoed some riding broncs,” Chad reminisced. “That’s how I happened to get into it, I guess. He really enjoyed rodeo and watched it all the time. He was a man who knew a lot of people and liked to get around and visit. As far as people remembering him, that will kind of be up to them, though most everybody liked him, and I don’t think that will be a problem.” The saddle young Ferley started on must have carried some pretty good father’s luck, as Ferley went on to bronc-bust his way to the 2006 PRCA world saddle bronc championship. “That was a pretty good occasion for all of us – dad included,” he added after a pause. “Though he never did come out to Vegas, he always would rather watch on TV.” Chad Ferley said he will do what he believes that his dad would have wanted him to do and stay in Las Vegas and ride broncs at the National Finals Rodeo. “I know he wouldn’t have wanted me to come home at all,” he said. “And as far as being here, I still have to come out every night and do my job and hope everything goes well and keep everything rolling.”
Included in this week’s Pioneer Review: 2011-12 Winter Activities Edition
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Parade of trees ... Milesville School. Back row, from left: Carson Hamill, John Piroutek, Carlee Fitzgerald, Misti Berry, Sarah Parsons and Anna Piroutek. Second row: Colby Fitch, Autumn Parsons, Mark Stangle and Riggin Anders. Front: Dylan Packard, Keenan Parsons, Kamri Parsons and Wade Piroutek. Not pictured: Wyatt Piroutek. Photos by Del Bartels
Parade of trees ... Red Hat Soci-
Parade of trees
... Milesville Rangers 4-H Club, with Grace Pekron placing one of the last ornaments.
Parade of trees ... Zeeb Pharmacy, with Debbie Miller finishing the top bow.
CHRISTMAS LIGHTING CONTEST … by the Philip Community Betterment Committee will be judged Sunday, December 18, starting at 6:00 p.m. Make sure your light are on! There will be one category with first, second and third place winners, as well as honorable mention. To nominate a home to be judged, call Darlene Matt at 859-2077, leave message. FOOD DRIVE FOR COUNTRY CUPBOARD … The United First Lutheran youth group will be holding a food drive, starting December 7th, for the food pantry. Members will go door-to-door that night and you may donate an item then. They will also have boxes set up at the basketball games on December 8, 10 and 19 for donations. GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS … Annual party will be held Friday, December 30, 6:00 p.m. at The Steakhouse. Bring the family if you like! WALL WRITERS GROUP DECEMBER GATHERING … of the Wall Writers Group is Saturday, December 10, at 9:30 a.m., at 416 Sixth Ave., Wall. Everyone is welcome to write, share and have fun. We will have a special treat in December as the Wall Area Artists will join the Writers. Nola Price will bring some of her paintings to use as writing prompts. We invite other artists to join us as well. If you have any questions, please call Dave at 279-2952 or Linda at 786-6937. HAAKON COUNTY CROONERS HOLIDAY SCHEDULE … December 10: Capitol in Pierre, 2:00 p.m. (MT) (Pie Day); December 11: Philip Nursing Home, 2:00 p.m.; Haakon County Courthouse, 4:00 p.m.. all times are mountain! 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.
Parade of trees ... a cozy fireplace scene by Nancy Neville.
Parade of trees ... United Church. Parade of trees ... Philip chapter AARP/Retired Teachers Association.
Winter Wheat, 12 pro .........................................................$6.37 Any Pro..........................................................................$5.67 Spring Wheat, 14 pro .........................................................$8.06 Milo....................................................................................$5.15 Corn ..................................................................................$5.18 Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of snow. Lows around 12. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. Wind chill readings 4 below to 6 above zero. Thursday: Partly sunny with a 20 percent chance of snow. Highs in the lower 20s. Northwest winds 5 to 15 mph. Wind chill readings 4 below to 6 above zero. Thursday Night: Partly cloudy. Lows around 6. Wind chill readings 8 below to 2 above zero. Friday: Sunny. Highs in the upper 20s. Lowest wind chill readings 8 below to 2 above zero in the morning. Friday Night: Mostly clear. Lows around 18. Saturday: Sunny. Highs in the lower 40s. Saturday Night: Mostly clear. Lows around 19. Sunday: Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 30s. Sunday Night: Partly cloudy in the evening then becoming mostly cloudy. Lows around 18. Monday: Partly sunny. Highs around 30. Log on to www.pioneer-review.com for all of the latest weather updates for your area.
Pie Day at Capitol
The 14th annual Pie Day will be held Saturday, December 10, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Capitol in Pierre. The event will include free pie, cookies, coffee and ice cream. This event is free to the public and everyone is encouraged to stop by the Capitol and enjoy. The day is sponsored by the South Dakota Attorney General office. Area talent will provide entertainment throughout the day. The Haakon County Crooners are scheduled to sing at 2:00 p.m. MT. Make your opinion known … write a letter to the editor! Email with phone number to newsdesk@pioneer-review.com Girl Scouts of Philip.
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Tears of joy ... by Del Bartels
The further he got from the cities, the more spotty was his cell phone reception. The roads weren’t good, but they weren’t too bad if he slowed down and was careful. His parents, younger sister and especially his grandparents knew he was on the way. A sudden change of plans meant he could leave his new job in time to get home for Christmas Eve. Seven hours of driving straight through, but he was going to make it. He was going to be really late, probably missing the family opening the presents. That was the really bad thing; he had planned on buying presents after Christmas to give to his family when he could visit over New Year’s. Now, with the suddenness of everything, he didn’t have any gifts for anyone. For years he had been striving for the perfect gifts. One of his fondest memories was as a first grader when he handed his grandmother a crayon drawing of her with “Grandma, I love you with all my heart” in neat block letters under it. Her eyes had begun welling up as she reached out to hug him. He was fascinated that anyone could be so happy that they would actually cry. Now, he had nothing. His last call, before reception cut out again, ended with his sister, still a senior in high school, saying that grandma was going overboard in being a mother hen. Everyone else was there already. Grandma just couldn’t sit still, waiting for him to get there. She was working herself into a tizzy, fussing over everyone, and grandpa was getting worried about her. The roads grew icier. He had to slow down even more. The lack of any presents was really worrying him. Over the years, he had been the one who knew exactly the style of watch for his father. His mother still admired that mantel clock every time she checked the time. His sister never took off the ring that he had given her. Grandpa’s name was proudly displayed on his belt, which he used constantly but kept in dress condition. Grandma was famous for pulling out the big leatherbound photo album he had given her. Relatives and friends would ask him for advice on what gift someone else might like. Admittedly, he was good at choosing the perfect gift. Fanciful or practical, his choices were just exactly what the recipient had wanted. Now, he had nothing. He had to cut the last call short to keep both hands on the wheel. Grandma was going to wear herself out with worry. Everyone was waiting for him. Grandma was ecstatic that everyone was going to be able to be together for Christmas. But, he had not gifts for anyone; from the best gift giver to nothing at all. He saw faces pressed against the windows as he pulled up toward the house. He half slipped across the porch to the open front door. He hugged and greeted everyone else, then it was grandma’s turn. As she reached to hug him, he was amazed. Her eyes were welling up with tears. He had brought her the perfect Christmas gift.
Taking a risk
I am a risk taker. I am one who, for some reason, has always had the courage to stick my neck out just a little bit. Of course, there are times when I have nearly gotten it chopped off. No doubt, sometimes I have failed because of my risk taking. Yet, overall, I can see that success is becoming more and more commonplace for me, and I believe it is due, in part, to my willingness to take a risk every now and then. I know for a fact that my risk taking has become a real confidence builder for me in every area of my life. How about you? Maybe you’e a risk taker, like me, or perhaps you’re one who shies away from taking risks out of fear. The fact is, if you desire more self-confidence in your daily living, you've got to be willing to take some risks. Think of all the benefits that can come from having greater self-confidence. With greater confidence you might build a business, or write a song, or write a book, speak in front of a group, raise a family or even walk on the moon. We are able to reach farther and accomplish more in life when we possess a greater confidence that comes with the willingness and ability to take risks. You don’t have to start big. I recommend you start by taking small, well thought out and calculated risks over time. Be willing to jump out of your comfort zones into a new realm of possibility whenever opportunity comes. Like an Olympic pole-vaulter, you need to jump like everything depends on that single moment. Of course, to make a successful jump requires proper planning, training and coaching. Find a mentor to come along beside you to coach and train you and be there to correct, shift you, and cheer you on when you most need it. When you are actively taking risks you probably will fall down and skin your knees some. You will experience pain, and maybe embarrassment and humiliation. This is a vital part of the learning process. Your coach and mentor will be there to pick you up and dust you off and get you pointed in the right direction again. Be of good courage! You will heal and you will soon discover the joy of overcoming the fear and pain as you soar to new heights. Be looking for opportunities this week that have the potential to build your confidence level. Be willing to take some risks and jump out of your comfort zone. I dare you!
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Rural Living
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Extension News
Private Applicator Certification (PAT) Meetings People have already been asking, so we’re pleased to announce that Private Pesticide Applicator Certification/Re-certification (PAT) Meetings have been scheduled for south-central South Dakota in 2012. The details are listed in the calendar at the end of this column. Some counties may still send letters or postcards to private applicators whose certification expires in December, 2011, with dates, locations and times of meetings held in the area, but every county may not, and it is your responsibility to see if you need to be re-certified. We apologize that we will not be able to offer Private Applicator Recertification Meetings in each county like we’ve done in the past. With the re-organization of the Extension Service, there simply aren’t enough people to do so. We have tried to fill in some big holes in the map to reduce the distance people have to drive, but we can’t cover every county. If your private applicator certification expires this year and you are not able to attend any of these meetings, contact your closest Regional Extension Center, or Extension office for the details of other meetings held in the area. You can also look for meetings across South Dakota on the website: http:// www.sdstate.edu/ps/extension/ pat/pat-county-dates. cfm. A take home test is also an option for certifying or re-certifying as a Private Applicator, and available at your closest Regional Extension Center, and/or in some cases, your local Extension office. At each of the PAT meetings in the calendar below, we will be covering the required topics related to Private Applicator Certification, but spending much of the time on current and emerging pest control issues you can use. Depending on the location, we may cover wheat diseases, prairie dog management, weed control, insect management, etc. Producers whose PAT certification is not up for renewal are also welcome to attend part or all of SDSU Regional Extension Center open houses. Open house gatherings are planned for the new SDSU Regional Extension Centers during December 14-22. I don’t have all of the dates and times, but we would welcome everyone to the Open House at the Winner Regional Center from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (CT), Friday, December 16. We are located at 325 S. Monroe St. in Winner, which was the Middle School building until recently. It is also one block south of the only traffic light in Winner. We may or may not have a secretary/receptionist in place by that time, but the interview process
by Bob Fanning Field Specialist, Winner Regional Extension Center will be complete and if the new person hasn’t started by then, should be in place soon after. While we’re on the subject, we apologize if you have called or stopped in the Winner Regional Extension Center and not reached anyone. With no secretary/receptionist and only two Field Specialists in place, with busy schedules, we may have missed you. Please bear with us and try again if you miss us. If you are traveling from a distance, you may want to call ahead (842-1267) to make sure someone is here. I can also be reached on my cell phone, 7304072. Calendar Dec. 16: Winner SDSU Regional Extension Center Open House, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., 325 S Monroe St., Winner Jan. 9: Private Applicator Certification (PAT) Meeting, 1:00 p.m. MT, Senior Citizens Center, Philip Jan. 13: PAT Meeting, 1:00 p.m. MT, Bennett County Library Learning Center, Martin Jan. 16: PAT Meeting, 1:00 p.m., Fire Hall, Presho Jan. 18: PAT Meeting, 1:00 p.m., 4-H Center, Winner Jan. 31: PAT Meeting, 1:00 p.m., Civic Center, Burke Feb. 15: PAT Meeting, 1:00 p.m., American Legion, Wagner March 6: PAT Meeting, 1:00 p.m., SDSU Extension Center, 325 S. Monroe St., Winner
Haakon/Jackson member achievement awards given
Bailey Anders: County Fair Premium Riggin Anders: County Fair Premium Courtney Bartlett: County Fair Premium Bailey Bierle: County Fair Premium Kruse Bierle: County Fair Premium Sage Bierle: County Fair Premium Kaelan Block: First Year Member Award, County Fair Premium Kash Block: Cloverbud Award Peyton DeJong: Home Living Project Award, Beef Project Award, Visual Arts Project Award, Dog Project Medal, County Fair Premium, Livestock Premium Tate DeJong: Beef Project Award, Hobbies & Collections Project Award, Foods & Nutrition Project Award, County Fair Premium, Livestock Premium Tawnie DeJong: Veterinary Science Project Award, Photography Project Award, Beef Project Award, Foods & Nutrition Project Award, Graduating Senior Award, County Fair Premium, Livestock Premium Trew DeJong: Photography Project Award, Foods & Nutrition Project Award, Beef Project Award, Hobbies & Collections Project Award, Home Environment Project Medal, Gold Medal, County Fair Premium, Livestock Premium Tate DeJong: Hobbies & Collections Project Award, Beef Project Award, Engineering Project Award, Engineering Project Medal, Ten Year Member Award, County Fair Premium, Livestock Premium Carissa Doolittle: Visual Arts Project Award, County Fair Premium, Thomas Doolittle: Horse & Pony Project Award, Wildlife Project Award, Visual Arts Project Award, Welding Science Project Award, Hobbies & Collections Project Award, Ten Year Member Award, County Fair Premium Dustin Enders: Beef Project Award, Horse & Pony Project Award, Visual Arts Project Award, Wildlife Project Award, Horse Project Medal, County Fair Premium, Livestock Premium Wyatt Enders: Visual Arts Project Award, Horse & Pony Project Award, Wildlife Project Award, Welding Science Project Award, Horse Project Medal, Wildlife Project Medal, County Fair premium Elsie Fortune: County Fair Premium Rolly Fortune: County Fair Premium Clayton Fosheim: Wood Science Project Award, Visual Arts Project Award, Five Year Member Award, County Fair 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by Mary Eide • 859-2188
Gretchen Rausch called me to report that she had been on vacation for a week from her job at the Wall Drug Store and had spent most of the time keeping doctor appointments in Rapid City. Mike had received a good report from his doctor that his cancer was at a standstill and had not advanced at this time. Their son, Matthew, lives with them in Wasta and their daughter, Annie Jo, and husband live in Wall. Annie Jo also works for Wall Drug and she has two boys, Kaylan and Tyson. Gretchen (Wollmann) Rausch first came to Philip as a youth worker at the First Lutheran Church and later worked for Ramsey Kendall as a secretary and bookkeeper. She returned to Brookings for a few years and then returned to Philip. Later, she worked in Wall as a helper and secretary for the Methodist church there. At that time she met and married Mike Rausch and they made their home on Mike’s ranch which was about four miles north of the Grindstone Hall. She drove to Wall to work and finally they sold the ranch and moved to Wall. Later, they moved to Wasta where they now make their home. She has been a longtime employee at Wall Drug. Gretchen has a sister, Lori Wollman, who teaches in Lennox. Late Thanksgiving news: Herb and Hazel Sieler left November 23 for Lee’s Summit, Mo., southeast of Kansas City, to spend Thanksgiving with Hazel’s daughter, Mellisa and John Clarke. Hazel said they went shopping on Black Friday. It was pretty busy, but they went later in the day, so they missed the big crowds. They had a good time and there were no soccer games so this left them more time to visit. Herb and Hazel left for home on the 28th and arrived the 29th. Dorothy Fortune was a guest of Bev McDaniel Thanksgiving Day. Then Sunday, she went with Bob McDaniel, Emily Kroetch and Phyllis Hajek to Sundance, Wyo., to visit sister Barbara Bryne and family. Logan Smith stayed with his grandparents, Kieth and Debbie Smith, for two days and with Michael and Rose Luedeman for two days this week while his parents, Tucker and Jess Smith went to the Black Hills on their honeymoon. Wednesday, Julie Nixon met Kelly Weinzetl in Rapid City and they enjoyed dinner together. Thursday, Dennis Nelson was at Gary and Julie Nixon’s for lunch. Julie also met Mandy and C.J. Menzele at Howes and brought the grandkids home with her as their parents were attending C.J.’s company’s Christmas party in Deadwood over the weekend. Tessa Jo, Josie and Oakley like to come to Grandpa and Grandma Nixons whenever they can. Was sorry to hear that Jerry Ferley had passed away. Our sympathy goes out to the family. I remember Jerry when he went to school in Philip and was riding horses in the high school rodeos. Jerry and my nephew, Larry Smith, rode a lot when in school. Later years, he would come to see his folks, Glen and Esther Ferley, in the Philip Nursing Home while I was working there. Marvin and Vicki Eide attended the scrimmage basketball game Friday in Philip where they divided the Philip team into two teams. The team Brayden was on won and after the game, Marvin, Vicki, and Brayden had supper at The Steakhouse. Keagan Fitch went to Rapid City Saturday to wrestle with the sixth grade team. He came home with a first place win. Mary Lynn Ragland, Newcastle, Wyo., came to Philip to visit her dad, Lee Schoniger, over the weekend. She also made some goodies, which she does every year at this time. Mary teaches school in Newcastle and her husband, Tracy, is the school principal there. While she was here, she visited her son and family, Colton and Erin Fitzgerald. The Lloyd Freins went to Manhattan, Kan., to the wedding of their son, Vance Moriarty, December 3. Their son, Ian, who lives in Rapid City with his brother, Pat and family in their basement apartment, came to Frein’s to do the chores for them while they were gone. Rita Ramsey was on the sick list and in the hospital for a couple days, but is home doing fine now. Vicki was into help her grandma, Dorothy Urban, and mom, Rita, during this time. They had moved Dorothy to a different room in the nursing home. Donna Newman reported that she would be busy going to basketball games, as her granddaughter, Ariana Arampatzis, will be playing basketball here this year. Morgan Frein has kept busy since she graduated from high school. She worked for a while for Rob and Kelli Anders and works at the sale barn and ranches with her dad, Doug. She breaks horses for people and rides and sells horses too. She also keeps busy with rodeos and went to the Northwest Finals Rodeo in barrel racing at Gillette, Wyo. (continued on page 4)
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Elderly Meals Thursday, Dec. 8: Swedish Meatballs, Au Gratin Potatoes, Key West Veggies, Roll, Key Lime Bar. Friday, Dec. 9: Hungarian Pork Tips, Mashed Potatoes, California Veggies, Roll, Oatmeal Cake. Monday, Dec. 12: Pork Chops, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, Carrots, Biscuit, Orange/Peach Jell-O. Tuesday, Dec. 13: Marinated Chicken, Duchess Potatoes, Capri Veggies, Roll, Peanut Butter Cookie. Wednesday, Dec. 14: Lasagna, Italian Veggies, Garlic Bread, Apricot Halves. ••• Friday, November 25, at Somerset Court, Shawn and Sandy and other staff helped set up the big Christmas tree in the front lobby. It is beautiful with lots of decorations and lights. Thank you. It has been proposed to have an emergency button on the wall in each of our apartments instead of the units we wear as necklaces. Some residents were asked what they would think of the change. It seems to me to be a very unfortunate idea to give up the present system. It might happen that a resident would fall and not be able to reach the wall switch or button. Eileen Tenold stopped by with the news that she had enjoyed Thanksgiving with her son and family here in Rapid City. About 40 family members gathered there including her son from Hulett, Wyo. There were about 15 little kids present. Jeff and Kelly Penticoff and their son, Daniel from Rapid City, went to Pierre on Thanksgiving Day, having dinner with Jeff’s mother, Mary June, and other family members at the Jerry and Julie Elrod Home. They returned home that evening and on Friday went to Buffalo to have another family gathering at the home of Chuck Maxon. En route home Sunday,
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25, Floy Olson had company at suppertime, her daughter, Rita Bordeaux, McLaughlin. Four Philip High School athletes received honorable mention on the 2011 Best of the West cross country team, Holly Iwan, William Coyle, Ellie Coyle, and Tristen Rush. They have been written up in the Rapid City Journal. Lincoln Smith, son of Kieth and Debbie Smith, Philip, received recognition for his work with the Northern State University Wolves football program. Saturday evening, Todd Burpo, the author of “Heaven is for Real” spoke at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center. It will be interesting to hear how the author talked about his book. Sunday, November 27, we had non-denominational church services with Rev. Richardson. Jack Humke played piano for hymn singing. We sang some especially thanksgiving hymns and then a few of the early Christmas hymns like “Away In a Manger.” Those present besides Rev. Richardson were Mrs. Richardson, Jack Humke, Irma, Lois, Annette, Mac and Dorothy, Jeannie, Irene Cox, Maxine, Lois and Bud, Ruth, Inez, Connie, Blanche, Bernie, Floy, Don, Ellen, Charlie, and Vivian. Rev. Richardson plans to be here at Somerset Court December 25. Rev. Richardson’s theme was Thanksgiving, and he used Psalms 100 and 107. He mentioned how people stand in line to be first to get into stores on the day after Thanksgiving. What is so good in a store that we would stand in line to get it? Just be thankful for things that really matter, like friends, family, air and water. Be thankful for life and hope. For gifts, give hugs, kind words, and visit the lonely. Give gifts to missions or Salvation Army or a church of your choice for their food bank. A bunch of us played rummicube after church services and a bunch played dominoes. Then, M.R. Hansen came and we had a game of scrabble. Thank you. My niece, Wanda, and her husband, Ed Artz, Humboldt, came to see me in the evening and M.R. paid for supper. They brought a birthday gift from Leonard and Jean Meyer, three books, one about Mr. Monk, and two “Church Choir Mysteries.” Thank you. Wanda brought several gifts too. Two journals, the kind I like with spiral binding, so they will lay flat, and other useful items. Thank you, Wanda and Ed. Wanda, Ed, M.R. and I played whist after supper. Wanda and Ed were staying overnight at M.R. and Barbara Hansen’s. Also on Sunday, November 27, Clayton Hansen had a successful deer hunt over at the Trask ranch. The Monday movie was “Miracle on 34th Street.” It was a darling movie and well received by a comfortable audience. Amy provided iced root beer. We had the movie in the first floor lounge, as the third floor hospitality area was being used for a class in CPR. We thank our medics for continuing their education and experience. My niece, Wanda Artz, came and watched the movie, as Ed was visiting with his son from Newcastle, Wyo. After the movie, Wanda and I played a little pool, until M.R. and Ed came. Barbara came and we had supper at Somerset Court, with Wanda and Ed treating us. Thank you. Sometime was spent playing whist, scrabble, bananagrams and categories. (Categories is a good game for encouraging diversity of thought.) Wanda and Ed planned to start back to Humboldt Tuesday, with stops at Wall Drug and at Philip to visit Chuck Allen and Etta Erdmann. Then travel on to visit at the Brandon Mitchell’s over south of Midland. Thank you for your visit, Wanda and Ed. The Rapid City Journal had a list of USA Today’s bestseller books. In first place was “Inheritance” by Christopher Paolin, second place, “ll/22/63” by Stephen King. Third is “Steve Jobs: A Biography” by Walter Isaacson and fourth was “The Litigators” by John Grisham. Sixteenth was “The Perfect Christmas” by Debbie Macomber. In answer to your question Vivian, Joyce Wheeler was a Dolezal. You can email me Vivian if you have more questions. November 30, Vivian was to go to physical therapy. The therapy seems to be helping. My granddaughter, Holly Hansen Maudsley, has arranged for family photos at a department store on December 26. She included me. Thank you, Holly. The Somerset Court kitchen provided excellent lemon bars for dessert at lunch time November 29. Next we had the birthday bash for all residents who had birthdays in November: Mac, November 5, Irma, the 9th, Ruth S., 10th, Agnes, 15th, Laverne, 17th, John Michaels, 21st, and Elaine, 27th. We had ice cream and Elaine’s relatives had a beautiful, big, decorated chocolate cake from Jerry’s
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they spent time in Spearfish with Kelly’s aunt and Chuck’s sister, Lois Ehlers, and other family members. Lois passed away Sunday evening and her funeral was held Wednesday, November 30, which Jeff and Kelly attended. Father Timothy Hoag was the celebrant. The Pioneer Review arrived Friday, November 25. Philip had just had their annual great gobbler giiveaway. Business places furnished 27 turkeys. …The Women’s Auxiliary of the American Legion gave dictionaries to Philip third graders November 15. Gayle Rush and Kay Ainslie explained the purpose of the activity. …The South Dakota National Guard Drug Demand Reduction team had two members come to the Philip school from Rapid City with a helicopter and talk to students about the Counter- drug program. They were pleased with the questions presented to them. Saturday, November 26, the wind howled around the chimneys and ventilators at Somerset Court. We are snug inside, enjoying our 20-foot Christmas tree. Ellen and I played bananagrams in the morning and in the afternoon, Agnes and I played scrabble. A bunch of residents played rummi-cube and a bunch played dominoes. Later, Violet and I had a date to play a little pool. Sandra and Edith Drew, 720 Fifth Street, #201, Sioux Falls, SD (former Philip neighbors and friends) sent me a Christmas card. Thanks you, Sandra and Edith. They did not send any news. I plan to give them a hard time about that! RoseAnn and Larry Schulz, Philip, sent me a nice note and photo of Kevin looking handsome in his Army camouflage uniform. The photo was taken on 11-11-11. Thank you and best wishes to you. At Somerset Court November
I’m sure many of you have heard or read that there have been cuts both to the library’s budget and to its hours due to county budget issues. Therefore, the library hours will be changing beginning January 1st. The new hours will be Mondays, 10:00 to 5:00; Tuesdays, 10:00 to 5:00; Wednesdays, 11:00 to 5:00; and Thursdays, 10:00 to 5:00. The library will be closed on Fridays. We still plan to provide computer classes in the spring and Cakes and Donuts sent in. Her relatives run Jerry’s. A bunch of grown-ups and two babies joined Elaine at the birthday party. Jack Humke came in to lead us in singing “Happy Birthday, God Bless You.” Thank you to Bonnie Buls, Philip, for the pretty Christmas
fall, exam proctoring as requested (please let the library know if you need to take a test on a Friday), Summer Reading Program in June and July, and monthly book service to the nursing home. We’ve added many new titles to the teen and adult sections and have lots of new picture books for the littlest readers. We’ve had a couple donations of great movies on DVD and we will have a new shipment of large print books coming in January. Stop by for a visit and check out a good book. We’re always glad to see both new and familiar faces.” What is more important in a library than anything else – than everything else – is the fact that it exists. (Archibald MacLeish)
card and letter. M.R. Hansen came over to Somerset Court today, but not in time for scrabble. Carol Vogan sent money to Sharon Keen, at Somerset Court, to put a permanent in my hair. So my appointment is Tuesday, December 13. Thank you, Carol.
Grindstone News
by Mary Eide • 859-2188
(continued from page 3) Mel Smith spent some time with his mother, Gladys Smith, over the weekend. He is going to take his grandkids, Lana’s children, back to Pierre Monday. They were staying over the holidays with their grandparents, Greg and Diana Coller at Kadoka. Taran and Sawyer Smith spent the weekend at Mel and Beth Smiths and they all went to a Rush hockey game in Rapid City Saturday evening. The Rush team lost this game, but they do have seven of their good players laid up with injuries. So think they will do much better when the whole team gets back on their feet. Last Saturday, Debbie Smith and all her family, except Lincoln and Chancie, were at her mom and dad’s, Don and Donna Olivier, for Thanksgiving. All of the Olivier kids were home except Steve. They had a great time with lots of great food, visiting and taking pictures. Chancie and Aaron Baenen came down that weekend and went deer hunting and got some of their tags filled. Granddaughter Isabella, Cassidy’s daughter, spent from the wedding, November 19, till Thanksgiving with Kieth and Debbie. Ken and Janet Lurz had all the family for Thanksgiving, as they do every year, and Gladys was able to go out for it. The family tries to see that Gladys gets to all the family gatherings. It has been so nice that she is well enough to go to all of them. The 11th of December is Rich and Gladys’ 72nd wedding anniversary. They were married on my mother’s birthday. Gladys’ birthday is December 22 and she will be 92 years young. The Smith family reunion will be held again this year at the Joyce and Ed Buchholz home in Belle Fourche during the Fourth of July weekend. Everyone is looking forward to it. Gladys just asked me the other day if I would be able to make it this year. I have been watching the Wrangler NFR Rodeo and the state of South Dakota is doing very well there. Sure are a lot of participants from the western South Dakota area competing. There are others from other parts of the state competing and they know we have some good cowboys and cowgirls out here in South Dakota. North Dakota is represented also. Another week of rodeos to go, so anything can happen yet. Grindstone Women’s Club will be having their annual Christmas dinner at the Bad River Senior Citizen’s Center on Friday, December 9. Every member can bring a guest, their husband or whomever they choose to enjoy the meal with them. Loren and Rose Kiel were Thanksgiving Day guests at the home of Matt and Brenda Pates at Piedmont Meadows in the Black Hills. They joined 15 other guests. They enjoyed the day with some card playing and, of course, stuffed themselves with lots of great food. Loren mentioned that the Matt Pates family used to come to the Kiel ranch part of the time to help with branding calves and for cattle drives to or from summer pastures. Matt had also done some deer hunting at the Kiel ranch. Matt is Rose's nephew. Loren tells me that Matt and Brenda operate a business of manufacturing jackalopes, those critters that are a cross between jackrabbits and antelopes. You have probably seen the big one at Wall Drug. Strangely, they have antlers more like deer antlers. Some of these are sold at Wall Drug as a rather popular novelty item for the tourists. Matt relies on Hansen's Hide and Fur to supply him with some of the rabbits and deer antlers. The reason God made grandmas is because they are sweet, they comfort you when you’re down and most of all because they love you. By Breanah Gray, age eight
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= Obituaries =
Mary E. Beckwith_________________________________
Bible Academy in Miller and college at Briercrest Bible Institute in Canada. Later, she served as a short term missionary for ASSU in Tennessee. Mary was united in marriage to Larry Beckwith on April 21, 1968, at Kadoka. To this union were born three children, Kari, Amy and Andrea. The family lived in Kadoka until the summer of 1987. From there, they lived in Rapid City, Hot Springs, Cedar Falls, Iowa, Gothenburg, Neb., and then returned to Kadoka/Rapid City in 2010. She was primarily a homemaker. She truly loved being a wife, mother and grandmother. For many years, she was also actively involved in children’s ministries, teaching Sunday school, Vacation Bible School, release time and Awana. She loved to prepare meals and treats for family and friends. She was young at heart and wellknown for her sense of humor. Survivors include her husband, Larry Beckwith of Rapid City; three daughters, Kari Pizzini and her husband, Stephen, of Jonesboro, Ga., Amy Davis and her husband, Dean, of Rapid City, and Andrea Beckwith of Rapid City; four grandchildren, Ali, Owen, Aiden, and Joseph; her mother, Lova M. Bushnell of Kadoka; a brother, David Bushnell and his wife, Sharon, of Kennebec; two sisters, Susan Schultz and her husband, Dennis, of Pardeeville, Wisc., and Kathy Nite and her husband, George, of Redding, Calif.; and a host of other relatives and friends. Mary was preceded in death by her father, Eugene Bushnell, on November 11, 1996. Funeral services were held Tuesday, December 6, at the Presbyterian Church in Kadoka, with Pastor Gary McCubbin officiating. Music was provided by Jean Weller, pianist, Pat Porch, vocalist, Joyce Wheeler and Lyndy Ireland, vocalists, and congregational hymns. Ushers were Don Heck and Mark M. Merchen. Pallbearers were Tom Grimes, Ronald Barber, Norman Amiotte, Darrel Batie, Herb Doering and Christopher Spencer. Honorary pallbearers were Raymond Berry, Jerry Biers, George Black, Eugene Christensen, Dale Gronewold, Lyle Gronewold, Austin Harrison, H.E. Merchen, Jr. and Pastor Ron McLaughlin. Interment was at the Kadoka Cemetery. A memorial has been established. Arrangements were with the Rush Funeral Chapel of Kadoka. Her online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com St. Mary's Catholic Church will celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception with a Mass at the church Thursday, December 8, at 5:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend and take part. This Sunday, December 11, the Hardingrove Church will celebrate Christmas with a program at 5:30, followed by a soup supper. Everyone is welcome. Other dates to remember are: after 11:00 a.m. Mass Sunday, December 18, the kids from St. Mary's will present a program, followed by a potluck dinner. The Milesville School will have their Christmas program December 21 at the Milesville Hall beginning at 6:00 p.m. Kyle and Lynsy (Neville) Brink are first-time parents of a baby boy born last Monday, November 28, in Rapid City. He weighed 7 lb. 7 oz. but Grandpa Lee couldn't remember his name, so I'll get that another time. Congratulations to the parents and to the grandparents, Lee and Debbie Neville. Congratulations to Travis Nelson, who won the saddle bronc average in the NRCA finals in Rapid City. This was held the weekend after Thanksgiving. Jerry, Mary and Loni Nelson were in Laramie, Wyo., Friday to attend the graduation of Katie Nelson from the University of Wyoming. Katie will start her job in Gillette, January 3. Congratulations, Katie! Sonny Stangle is now living with his daughter, Juanita and Tim Hughes, in Ft. Pierre. He would enjoy mail at the following address: Sonny Stangle; 116 Caol Ila Ct., Ft. Pierre, SD 57532. Laura Morgan would also like mail from home. She is living with her son, Keith and Norlene Morgan. The address is: Laura Morgan; 1414 St. John Ave., Billings, MT 59102 Lana Elshere spent last Tuesday night at Ryan and Chrissy Elshere's taking care of their kids, then Wednesday she was off to J.J. and Lindsay's to care for their kids until Friday. Ryan, Chrissy, J.J. and Lindsay had gone to Las Vegas for the matched bronc ride. Friday, Jim and Lana helped granddaughter Camri celebrate her ninth birthday at Ryan and Chrissy's. Ronny and Misty Anderson and Grace came from their home in Montana to Jim and Lana Elshere's Saturday to celebrate an early birthday for Misty. Grandpa Paul and Grandma Joy, plus
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Milesville News
by Janice Parsons • 544-3315
cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews, came for the celebration Saturday evening. Misty's brothers, Cory, Ryan and J.J., baked the birthday cake. They went home Sunday. Tuesday morning, Bill and Karyl
Sandal were guests at the home of Terry and Barbara Wentz for breakfast. Friends and neighbors including Milo Zeeb, Jerry and Pam Ingram, Chuck and Ruth Carstensen and Jeanette Burnett enjoyed the meal and fellowship. The Milesville School students, teachers, and some parents, went to Philip Thursday to go caroling at the nursing home. They also deco(continued on page 9)
Mary E. Beckwith, age 69 of Rapid City, formerly of Kadoka, went to be with the Lord, Wednesday, November 30, 2011, at her home in Rapid City, after a battle with cancer. Mary Elizabeth Bushnell was born in Plattsmouth, Neb., on September 6, 1942, the daughter of Eugene and Lova (Sell) Bushnell. While Mary was young, her father became an American Sunday School Union missionary. They lived in several rural South Dakota and Nebraska communities, where he established rural Sunday Schools, conducted Vacation Bible Schools and summer camps. She attended high school at Sunshine
Jay Baxter and Kelly Baxter, both of Philip, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Emilie Lauren, to Tyler James Hesby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hesby of Lake Preston. Emilie is a 2008 graduate of Philip High School. She is currently attending Dakota Wesleyan University, Huron, and South Dakota State University, Brookings. She will graduate with a bachelor of science degree in nursing in May 2012. Tyler is a 2007 graduate of Lake Preston High School and a 2011 graduate of South Dakota State University, Brookings, with a bachelor of science degree in animal science. An August 18, 2012, wedding is being planned in Lake Preston.
Thank you for the many best wishes and gifts we received for our 65th wedding anniversary. Having nearly all the family home for our weekend reunion was really special and will be a treasured memory for both of us.
Timothy L. Haugen_________________________________
Powell, Wyo., where Tim attended Northwest Community College. In 1975, they moved back to Montevideo to farm for 15 years. In 1989, the family moved to Rapid City and later to Belle Fourche to manage a cattle operation. Tim and Linda then lived at Creighton where Tim managed a cattle operation, before moving to Elm Springs, where they lived and managed the Two Rivers Ranch for the last 15 years. Tim had a great love for ranching. He enjoyed quiet, meaningful time with his family and loved having his grandchildren close by. It gave him great pleasure to watch his kids embrace the western lifestyle, which included riding horses, rodeo, and ranch work. He was knowledgeable, articulate and kind and appreciated good books, western art, music and leather work only to name a few. Tim is survived by his wife of 41 years, Linda Haugen of Elm Springs; three sons, Tyler Haugen and his wife, Dee, of Sturgis and their children Landry and Arina, Tadd W. Haugen and his wife, Shannon, of Sundance, Wyo., and their children Dillon, Annika and Harris, and T. Will Haugen and his wife, Cortney, of Mitchell and their children twins, Prestyn and Peyton, and Adessa; one daughter, Lane Shull and her husband, Zach, of Rapid City and their daughters, Kamryn and Olivia; his mother, Dolores Haugen of Montevideo; two brothers, Scott Haugen and his wife, Bonnie, and Patrick Haugen and his wife, Janell, all of Montevideo; one sister, Ann Haugen and her husband, Bryan Gulden, of St. Paul, Minn.; several nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. Tim was preceded in death by his father Orton Haugen; and his mother and father-in-law Virgil and Mavis Larson. Visitation will be held from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Friday, December 9, at South Canyon Lutheran Church (700 44th St.) in Rapid City, with a prayer service at 5:30 p.m. Funeral services will be held 10:30 a.m. Saturday, December 10, at South Canyon Lutheran Church, with Pastor Bruce Thalacker officiating. A memorial service will be held 10:00 a.m. Monday, December 12, at Anderson Funeral Home in Montevideo Minnesota. Burial with military honors will follow at the Mandt Lutheran Church in Montevideo. A memorial is established. Arrangements are with the Rush Funeral Chapel of Wall, and the Anderson Funeral Home of Montevideo, Minn. His online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Gregor & Dorothy Weber
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Timothy Lane Haugen, age 61 of Elm Springs, S.D., died Monday evening December 5, 2011, at the Ft. Meade VA Hospice in Ft. Meade, after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. Timothy Lane Haugen was born December 31, 1949, in Montevideo, Minn., the son of Orton and Dolores (Quenemoen) Haugen. Tim grew up on his parents’ farm north of Montevideo, and attended country school at District 54 before graduating from Milan High School in 1967. Tim was confirmed and baptized at Mandt Lutheran Church in Montevideo. After high school, Tim received an Avionics Degree from Alexandria Vo-Tech Institute. Tim was united in marriage to Linda Larson on August 8, 1970 at Big Bend Lutheran Church, in Big Bend, Minne. To this union were born three sons and one daughter, Tyler, Tadd, T. Will and Lane. After their marriage, they made their home in Kaycee, Wyo., for a short time. Tim enlisted in the United States Navy on October 5, 1970. While in the Navy, Tim and Linda lived in Millington, Tenn., and Boardman, Ore. After his honorable discharge on October 4, 1974, they moved to
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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
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: 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.
TWO MINUTES With The Bible
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by Cornelius R. Stam "For this cause I bow my knees unto the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ" (Eph. 3: 14). When adversity strikes, the world keeps telling us: "Don't let it get you down," but believers in the Lord Jesus Christ have learned that it is good to let troubles and difficulties get them down -- down on their knees. A native evangelist in Africa sat outside his hut discouraged and unhappy. Trouble and disappointment had brought "great coldness" into his heart and he seemed ready to give up. The Lord, he felt, had utterly forsaken him. As he sat there, though, his little girl kept nudging him and saying: "Daddy, go inside and pray ." Finally it worked! The evangelist went inside, poured his heart out to God and arose feeling sure that the Lord would see him through. It is good for us to get down on our knees before God. There is no attitude more appropriate to the redeemed sinner. And as we pray, often falteringly.... "The Spirit also helpeth our infirmities; for we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit Himself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered. "And He that searcheth the hearts knoweth what is the mind of the Spirit, because He maketh intercession for the saints according to the will of God. "And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose" (Rom. 8:26-28). "Be careful [anxious] for nothing; but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God. "And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding. shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus" (Phil. 4:6,7).
To the Reader: Some of our Two Minutes articles were written many years ago by Pastor C. R. Stam for publication in newspapers. When many of these articles were later compiled in book form, Pastor Stam wrote this word of explanation in the Preface: "It should be borne in mind that the newspaper column, Two Minutes With the Bible, has now been published for many years, so that local, national and international events are discussed as if they occurred only recently. Rather than rewrite or date such articles, we have left them just as they were when first published. This, we felt, would add to the interest, especially since our readers understand that they first appeared as newspaper articles." We hope that you'll agree that while some of the references in these articles are dated, the spiritual truths taught therein are timeless.
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After the bitter cold and strong winds of Sunday, Monday is a much nicer day. The temperatures are cold, but the sun is shining and there is no wind. Christmas was in the air Saturday, December 3, as 207 people were welcomed with Christmas carols and a Christmas wonderland of 30 beautifully decorated trees and displays at the ninth annual Christmas in Midland. Carol Hunt and Sophie Foley were in charge of the event.They much appreciated the help of their husbands, Roy Hunt and Pat Foley, and Jim and Barb Petoske, as well as others who pitched in to help. There is a whole lot of work that goes into doing Christmas in Midland. And like with anything else you don’t know just how much work it is until you have done it. Folks look forward to this event each year and we much appreciate those who make it possible. Each year the trees and displays seem to get better and better and get harder to judge each year. There were 102 door prizes given out throughout the day. The senior citizens served a free will soup and sandwich meal and were happy to report they had very little left. Pat Saucerman was the winner of the $50 sponsored by the See and Do Hobby Club. Rick Reimann was once again there with his team of horses and hay wagon giving folks a ride around town. And we can’t forget Santa, the most popular fellow in the town with kids and even some grownups having their pictures taken with Santa. Sophie was the photographer and took some great pictures of Santa and his visitors. Christmas in Midland would not be complete without our live Nativity scene of kids from the three churches in Midland, taking part. Jenna Finn of St. William Catholic Church was in charge of it this year and much appreciated the help of Jennifer Blye from the Open Bible Church and Melissa Finn of Trinity Lutheran Church, as well as those others from the churches who helped. I did have to chuckle as I noticed the sheep, the donkey, and the cow with the cardboard costumes we had made for the Nativity scene Christmas program at St. William Catholic Church, some 20 years ago. Our son, Christopher, was a sheep in that church program and he will turn 26 January 1, 2012, so one knows they were made a number of years ago. Guess it goes to prove you shouldn’t throw things away because you never know when you may need them. And, the amazing thing is, they still looked good. Good memories. Correction: Jim and Jan Tolton’s newest grandchild, Keenan Derex Gonzales, is a grandson and not a granddaughter as I had put in the news before. Sorry about that. Mark your calendar: St. William Catholic Church Christmas program December 17th at 7:00 p.m. Mass will follow at 7:30 p.m. Trinity Lutheran Church Christmas program December 23rd at 6:00 p.m. and there will also be First Communion and a Candle Lighting ceremony. St. Peter’s Lutheran Church will have their church program December 18th at 7:00 p.m. C.S.T. Midland School Christmas program will be December 20th at 7:00 p.m. The Christmas meal at the Midland School will be December 15th at 11:30. This is open to the public and anyone wishing to come please call the school at 843-2561 by Monday, December 12th. Santa’s Secret Shop was held last week at the school from Monday to Wednesday and reports are that it was a success as students and pre-school children enjoyed picking out presents for mom and dad, grandpa and grandma, and their siblings. This is an annual event and is sponsored by the Midland Booster Club. Reminder: Legion Auxiliary members are asked to have their fruit at the hotel for the shut-in's fruit baskets by Friday, December 9. As promised in last week’s news column, if there was any news I had missed by sending in my news early, I would put it in this week’s news, so here goes. Randi and Blake Norman, Ft. Pierre, are the proud parents of a baby girl born November 14, 2011. Addisyn Corrinne Norman is her name and Corrinne and Mitch Norman are her grandparents and from thus came the name Corrinne. Ronnie and Emily Sammons are Addisyn’s great-grandparents from this area. Congratulations. Randy and Holly Nemec had Thanksgiving Day dinner in Murdo at the home of their daughter, Chelsee and Tyler Rankin, Addison and Joey. Ernie and Laurel Nemec, Brian and Katey (Nemec) Ortlieb, Morgan, Tanner and Taiton, Black Hawk, and Tyler and Angel Nemec and Emry were also there. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of Pat and Sophie (Larson) Foley were Jeff, Renee, Ashley, Bryan and Landon Schofield, Kadoka, Todd, Barb, Kendall and Logan Larson, Sioux Falls, and Jim Larson, Midland. It was such a nice day, outdoor family pictures were taken. They have some good photographers in that family, so I am sure they got some good pictures. Most everyone went to Philip later in the day to visit Sophie’s dad, Roy Roseth. Shorty and Maxine Jones drove to Bellevue, Neb., the day before Thanksgiving to spend the holiday with their daughter, Nancy and Don Smith, Kimberley and Carly. John and Shelley Iverson, Levi, Grace, and Peter, Papillion, Neb., were also guests at Smiths. Shelley's dad and grandparents who passed away years ago were friends from the Ludlow area, but Shelley and Nancy didn't meet till their daughters attended Sunday school together in Bellevue, another special multi-generation friendship our family enjoys. Maxine and Shorty returned home Friday for more fall cattle work Saturday. Shorty and Maxine Jones at-
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to Minneapolis, Minn. They took some of their grandchildren to two Christmas movies, helped their son, Terry Nemec, move into a new office where he will conduct his CPA business and did some shopping. Following a busy weekend, they drove home Sunday. The following article is of interest to this community as it is about a young man who lived in Midland for a time with his parents, Richard and Carrie Butler, and family. Richard went to school in Midland, as did Soren’s grandmother, Marcia (Nelson) Jackson. Alaska Nanooks rifle head coach Dan Jordan, announced the signing of Soren Butler, Casselton, N.D., to a National Letter of Intent. Butler will enroll at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in the fall with four years of NCAA eligibility remaining. As a marksman, Butler is tops for his age in his home state as he was crowned the North Dakota Shooting Sport’s Associations State Champion in both smallbore and air rifle in 2006, 2009, 2010 and 2011. At the National level he is the smallbore and air rifle record holder for USA Shootings J3 level (age 14 and younger) and boast holds eight individual and four team national records for the National Rifle Association. Soren’s grandmother reports she has seen him shoot side by side with an Olympic winner several times, so that has given him some awesome opportunities. We wish Soren all the best and thanks Marcia, for sharing. Always good to hear about former Midland folks and what is going on in their lives. For those of you who may not know, Marcia lives in Hot Springs where she has been the school business manager for many years. I received a most interesting email with pictures from Wes and Marina Schofield, Truman, Minn. Wes and Marina were married November 14, 1982, and celebrated their 29th anniversary November 14 of this year. They emailed a wedding picture and then pictures of them today taken at their home in Minnesota. They haven’t aged a bit. As many of you know, Marina grew up in the Shetland Islands, so you could say this was a bit of a long distance courtship. Their daughter, Donna, and family live in the Shetland Islands in the area where Marina grew up. Their oldest son, Shane, is married and has a family and lives not to far from Wes and Marina, and Eddie and Charlie are living at home. Congratulations, Wes and Marina. Always good to hear from you. Holly Nemec went to Sturgis Saturday to watch her granddaughter, Morgan Ortlieb, play in a basketball game, which they won. Morgan is a fifth grader at Sturgis Elementary. When Holly got back to Midland, her grandchildren, Addison and Joey Rankin, were waiting to spend the night with their grandpa and grandma while their parents attended Chelsee's work Christmas party in Pierre. Sunday, Randy and Holly loaded up the Rankin kids bright and early and
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traveled to Blunt. They installed a new kitchen countertop for Don and Erin Bourk with the help of Kelly and McKenzie Vosberg and Erin's brother, Mike Doyle. Holly reported they encountered very slippery roads on their way home, to say the least, as they saw quite a few accidents. Jerry and I were in Philip one day last week and stopped in to visit Roy Roseth, Ida Hunt and
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tended the Rapid City Chamber ag banquet Thursday night.Friends Ed and Wanda Blair were given the Aggie of the Year award. Shorty and Maxine were at a table with Eric and Heidi Hendrickson, New Underwood. Eric is a son of Pastor Bob Hendrickson who was a supply pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church in Midland several times the past few years and died recently. Eric is a mechanic at the John Deere place in Rapid City and has a ranch in the New Underwood area. A former postmaster at Midland, Tori Iske, and her husband, Steve, New Underwood, were also at the same table.It was fun to catch up with Tori and hear about her girls, who live at Ainsworth, Neb., and so does their brother. Barry Jones drove to Rapid City Sunday afternoon to spend the night at the home of his brother, Ross and Melanie Jones.The brothers will leave early Monday morning for Las Vegas to attend the National Finals Rodeos and do some sightseeing in the area for a few days. Tina (Fosheim) Haug reports on their Thanksgiving Day. Ryan, Kayla, Tayah and Ryker Anderson, Murdo, drove to Aurora, Colo., Wednesday, November 24.They were guests of Ryan’s mom, Tina (Fosheim) and Orlyn Haug. Thanksgiving, Trisha, Cary, Adam, Nicholas, Brendon, Emily and Chase Gertie hosted Thanksgiving dinner. Trisha has each child make one dish. Trisha's stepson, Bob, his wife Debbie and two daughters, Ashlyn and Brynn, were also present as well as Debbie's parents from Ft. Collins, Colo. Tina, Orlyn, Tana, Eric and children, Nathan and Lila, and Joel Chavez completed the guest list. Everyone contributed to the dinner and what a feast it was. The weather was very mild, so the kids had a great time playing outside and jumping on the trampoline. The Gertie family is very active in sports and Tina recently attended a Tai Kwan Do tournament in Colorado Springs where they received many medals. Adam plays base guitar in the marching band, Nicholas is in basketball, and Brendon played as quarterback on his football team. Trisha works full-time at home for a property management company and they continue to run their Choice Limo Service out of their home. Black Friday found Tina, Ryans and Tanas families off to the zoo. The Denver Zoo is a wonderful experience and they found lots of unusual animals. This is about a fourhour walk with little ones. Saturday, Tina and Kayla took in some shopping and the Anderson's left for home Sunday morning. Kayla asked Tayah if she liked staying with Grandma Tina and Tayah responded with, "Yes, but I don't like the drive." Ernie and Laurel Nemec spent last weekend in Sioux Falls to spend time with their grandchildren, Kendall and Logan Larson, while Barby and Todd made a trip
Duane Olson at the Philip Nursing Home. It seems a person doesn’t get up there often enough and when you do, you are glad you did. As I close my column for this week my wish for you is safe travels, keep warm, and to not get so caught up in all there is to do before Christmas that you don’t have time to enjoy it. Have a good day and a good week.
Betwixt Places News
by Marsha Sumpter • 837-2048 • bilmar@gwtc.net
Magazines, I really love them, they come filled with all the ideas of decorating, baking, cleaning in seconds, look younger, as well as some fine articles. I like the ability of being able to open one up, scan it for something to read, come back later and there it still is. The problem is, I need to learn to let go of them. It used to be that you could recycle them to the nearest laundry, hospital or clinic and they were gone. Now, you have to remove labels before dropping them off and I've discovered that most places get their own subscriptions and their magazines are even more interesting than the ones I have. Maybe my magazines are more like “zucchinis” that need to be dropped off at doors in the dark of night. Monday was a day Tony Harty spent in the library catching up on email and such. It is so nice that the library offers that added bonus. One more thing to be thankful for. It was time to deliver the wreaths and swags and garland for Civil Air Patrol. It seems that I spent the better part of Monday and Tuesday doing that, as well as squeezing in bowling both of those nights. What a pleasant surprise to get a hug and short visit with George Paul Michael. We did a lot of creative sign things back in the “good old days” when I was still learning to do my sign business. Tuesday night, I was bowling for James Mayfield on the same team with Ed Morrision. Tuesday, Tony Harty enjoyed coffee out with the local folks and that evening visited with his niece, Kathy Brown, and Dale Koehn. Don and Vi Moody spent time this week tending to ranch matters and accounting business. After two months of leaving the bookkeeping in "ignore status" the piles were getting pretty deep. It seems paying the bills has to come first of course. It was morning coffee Wednesday with the local folks for Tony Harty. He stopped by to chat with Russ Hattel later in the day. Wednesday, Roxie Gittings loaded up Jessica Gittings and Daniel and they went to her home in Eagan, Minn. Great Aunt Roxie (that sounds so old when really Roxie isn't) enjoyed showing them the Mall of America Thursday in Minneapolis and there is a metro train that they rode on. Daniel got his first train ride and really enjoyed it. Wednesday morning, I was among the bowlers and spent the rest of the day making deliveries of the Christmas greenery. One of the wonderful side benefits of this annual fundraiser for our Civil Air Patrol is I get to visit with so many folks I don't see on a regular basis and wish them the best for the Christmas holidays and the New Year. I visited Hazel Thompson in the afternoon and enjoyed coffee with her and put her wreath up on the deck. When I went to the Civil Air Patrol Squadron, I discovered we had a major problem going on with power. I got the last two big fuses at Ingrams then proceeded to try to figure out what needed changing. I replaced two fuses on the pole, that didn't do a thing. Then in the furnace room when I opened up one of the big boxes, it didn't take long to discover what the problem was, the big fuse was burned in two. I pulled off the power lever only to plunge myself into total darkness with no flashlight. What kind of a search and rescue person is that? Major Vaughan to the rescue, with a flashlight, then we proceeded to work on what was needed to complete our order deliveries. Cathy Fiedler wrote that they had rain turning to snow Wednesday night and around five inches of snow accumulated. Friday night, Ralph and Cathy Fiedler attended the Sturgis parade of lights. Not very many floats, but it was a good parade. Snow with very strong winds Sunday caused blizzard conditions in the Sturgis area. Vi and Don Moody drove back in from their Rapid Valley place Wednesday and were happy to find their CAP Christmas wreath all secure at their entrance to the ranch. They enjoyed being in the Black Hills and meeting long ago friends and neighbors again, Bruce and Bonnie Weber, for an Around the World daylong buffet at one of the casinos after they kept an earlier appointment at Sturgis. Bonnie had written some articles in a magazine and she was involved in a lot of Nebraska (sandhills) writing and South Dakota interests with the Black Hills Cowbelles when they were neighbors to Don and Vi in Rapid Valley. Bruce used to make Weber cable stackmovers and they did business with Little Scotchman Industries way back in the early years of Scotchman ie. the livestock panels, oilers, and such. The Wick0-Matic I think was the start with Art Kroetch. Lots of Scotchman livestock panels that Bonnie spoke of as she made numerous trips to Philip from Merriman, Neb. They enjoyed the memory of Don driving a new Ford pickup (he worked at Frontier Ford) in a parade in Rapid City pulling a bunch of ladies who were actually barbequing beef on the flatbed during the parade. They had to remind him to drive right! The ladies might have lost their beef. Then everyone would have been running around saying "Where's the beef." I don't think Don's driving that day had anything to do with the famous slogan! Vi was his backseat driver in a crew cab. Well, a cold snap arrived during the night Wednesday and left us with about two inches and slick roads. I was so sound asleep Thursday morning that Bill slipped off for breakfast without me, but when he got home I had rustled around and we were ready for a road trip north. Our first stop was Howes where we had a nice visit with Bob and LaVonne Hansen. Bob said he just loved those wreaths. We also left one for Judy Longbrake since she now teaches at Takini school. We ventured south on the gravel road headed to Cottonwood, across the Cheyenne River on the old bridge. We tried to figure out just where the Howes Grazing Association started. Dad was one of the original 15 members when it was (continued on page 7)
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(continued from page 6) formed and we had some fond memories of trail rides to and from there. It was great to see the country and we just took our time. Never be afraid to ask directions. We saw Bev McDaniel at her mailbox and asked if we were on the right road. She assured us we were. We got to Gerald Cooks before lunch and Gerald gave us a tour of his taxidermy business and showed us the fine art of making that animal look so lifelike while delivering his order. Other folks I enjoyed making a delivery to were Shirley Dennis, Rita Ramsey and Clark Morrison. Clark was looking forward to attending the producers banquet in Rapid City that evening, Ed was picking him up. That is an event the Morrisons have enjoyed for a great many years and so wonderful it is still something to be anticipated. Thursday, the cold didn't stop Tony Harty or the rest of the coffee group from gathering at the local cafe in the morning. That evening, Tony visited at the home of his niece, Kathy Brown, and Dale Koehn. Kathy was busy planning for the Saturday evening supper at Cottonwood. Friday afternoon, George and Sandee Gittings had their bags packed and took off for Eagan, Minn., to spend a few days with their daughter, Roxie. Friday was a quiet day around here. I had a short run with the Haakon County Prairie Transportation van to Philip and traded vehicles in preparation of a trip to Pierre Saturday. Wow, I want to go to Minneapolis! Saturday, Roxie and Sandee Gittings attended the Lorrie Line Concert, then George, Jessica and Daniel joined them and they all had supper out. I don't know for sure, but it seems that where there is food, you can find Tony Harty ready and willing to help with getting it ready. After the usual morning coffee Friday, he visited Kathy Brown in the evening and helped some with the food the Weta River Rats (baseball team) were going to serve Saturday night at the Cottonwood annual fun night. Cottonwood is pretty much a ghost town, but one night a year it comes to life and they have bingo, cards and food to raise money to keep the hall in shape, that night was Saturday night. Back in its hay day, Cottonwood boasted a bank (which still stands straight and true out of brick), and many businesses up and down main street. The Catholic church has been converted to other uses as well as the parsonage. Now only a few folks live there and Tony couldn't tell me who got the fire going and handled getting things ready for the event. Bernard Hanks and his wife have made a home in the old bar, but go south for the winter; Phil and Joann Stark live a little to the east of the town, the bar and second hand store they ran for years, but sold, has fallen down, only an old jail that was moved in still stands proud. My great-grandparents, the Sherwoods, lived in and around there and Vivian Hansen in her Palmer diary writes about the trips to Cottonwood. It is great that at least the hall survives. Many a dance was held there over the years. That is the good thing, the bad thing is the out houses still stand to the west and that is where you visit if the need arises. It gets darned chilly! Tony reported a nice turnout with some outstanding bingo prizes. Hotels in the territory have hot and cold water, hot in the summer and cold in the winter. Don and Vi Moody had to make a mad dash with puppy Mandy to Golden Vet at Billsburg Saturday. Dr. Stangle was able to stitch up about a four inch tear in her left front leg, even though he was busy with cattle and a line waiting for him when he returned to the clinic. Another hunter’s dog was there also with porcupine quills that was a bad deal. Don and Vi said, "Their puppies will have to learn their new run under the fence it appears to the bull play pen." Hope they figure that out fast. Thanks to Dr. Stangle for his quick response team. Saturday, Marleen Stroppel, along with four residents from the Kadoka Care Center, clamored aboard the bus I was driving, headed to Pierre to see the trees in the Capitol. Except for a few quirks on getting doors opened and closed, all went fairly smooth. The trees were a delight to all of them. I met my friend, Carroll Hanten, there and we had a nice short visit. Sometimes cell phones work well and other times they don't. We just
happened to find each other by accident. Also, it was great to see so many from the Philip area enjoying the sparkling display of trees. An added bonus was that while folks looked at the trees, music was being played. One of the musicians was Merlin Bennett, formerly from Philip. Our bus trip ended in time for the folks to catch supper at the home. Well, back in Minneapolis, Roxie Gittings had another special treat for her dad, George Gittings, Sunday. They went to the football game between the Denver Brocos and Minnesota Vikings. Sandee took granddaughter Jessica and Daniel to the Mall of America and they rode the metro train, then met George and Roxie to attend the Holi Dazzle Parade of Lights. Neighbor Doug Frien took care of chores and kept things in order while they were gone. Sunday afternoon, the KCBA sponsored Country Christmas.
There was free bingo and a full house. Lots of turkeys, hams and KCBA Christmas bucks were handed out to the lucky winners. Tony Harty and I attended, as did most of the the town and surrounding community. Santa and Mrs. Clause arrived and handed out packages to all the little ones and there was a cake walk and drawings for all ages as well. The bas-
ketball girls sponsored the supper to help get warm-up suits. Don't forget, shop locally. Your merchants appreciate your business and things like this is their way of showing it. The National Finals Rodeo is going on in Las Vegas this week. Several South Dakota cowboys and cowgirls are in the money and doing well.
George and Sandee Gittings and Jessica Gittings and Daniel returned home Monday evening. I got my first Christmas card in the mail. December really slipped up on me. “The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack of will” Vince Lombardi
South Dakota Stockgrowers supper and meeting held
The South Dakota Stockgrowers Association hosted a supper and meeting, Wednesday, December 7, at Club 27 in Kadoka. The public was invited to attend. Of particular interest to ranchers was information regarding the proposed animal disease traceability program currently pending at the United States Department of Agriculture. Kenny Fox, Belvidere, Stockgrower animal identification committee chair, and other Stockgrower members presented information about how this program will impact South Dakota ranchers. The comment period for the animal disease traceability program ends Friday, December 9. Stockgrower members shared information regarding the child labor laws for agriculture, discussing the recent World Trade Organization ruling on country of origin labeling and answering questions from producers regarding a variety of Stockgrower policy issues. For more information contact the Stockgrowers office at 342-0429 or Marvin Jobgen at 993-6601.
... The ninth annual community event was held Saturday, December 3, at the Midland Legion Hall. There was a good turnout, with over 200 people signing the guest book. Santa Claus paid a visit, and kids and grownups alike had their picture taken with Santa. Rick Reimann provided free hay rides. They once again had a live nativity scene in which youth from all three local churches took part. Shown in the top photo, Back row, from left: Karlee Block, Cole Finn, Cass Finn, Carson Daly, Jet Jones, Bailey Bierle, Emily Trapp, Mariah Dale, Miranda Dale, Sage Bierle and Kelsey Hand. Front: Dane Daly, Evan Blye, Kash Block, Kaelan Block, Abby Finn, Jewel Jones, Jada Jones and Josie Jones. There were also door prizes and treats. individuals and organizations had 30 Christmas trees on display for judging. Shown upper left: first place went to the cactus Christmas tree by Jim and Barb Petoske of Petoske Construction. Lower left: second place went to the Midland Legion Auxiliary, which also displayed military uniforms borrowed from area residents. The tree of the St. William Altar Society, bottom right, tied for third place, with the ladder-tree by Randy and Holly Nemec of Nemec Construction, lower center. Courtesy photos
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December 8, 2011 • The Pioneer Review •
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“Winter Wonderland” ... The 2011 Christmas concert for the fifth and sixth grade band, the junior high band and the junior high choir was held Tuesday, November 29, in the Fine Arts Building. Under the direction of music director Barb Bowen, the sixth, seventh and eighth grade band, above, performed the pieces “Antagonist,” “Christmas Feast,” “Christmas at the Movies,” “Listen to the Season” and Winter Wonderland.” The younger band, upper right, played “Fanfare 2000,” “Countdown to Christmas,” “Starsplitter Fanfare,” “Santa Goes Wild West,” “Calypso Bells,” “Believe,” “Christmas Stomp” and “Regency Fanfare.” The seventh and eighth grade choir, left, sang “if i were a Rich Man,” Chapua Kali Desemba,” Jingle-bell Rock,” “Christmas in the Tropics” and “Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town.” Photos by Del Bartels
“Winter Wonderland” concert ... A drum duet was performed by fifth grader Corbin Kramer and internship program music assistant senior Jade Konst during the song “Christmas Stomp.”
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Monday Nite Mixed Badland’s Auto..........................35-17 Rockers......................................31-21 Groven Chemical ......................30-22 Dakota Bar................................25-27 Shad’s Towing...........................21-31 Handrahan Const .....................14-38 Highlights: Harvey Byrd..........................180/512 Karen Byrd............................145/338 Wendell Buxcel .....................209/534 Mike Groven.................................183 Gail Reutter .................................191 Andrew Reckling...................215/575 Connie Schlim ..............................173 Marsha Sumpter ...4-5 split; 171/495 Jason Petersen ......................208/570 Ronnie Coyle ................................536 Clyde Schlim ................................524 Jerry Mooney................4-9 split; 533 Vickie Petersen.....................5-7 split Patty Groven .....................2-7-8 split Neal Petersen .....................3-10 split Carl Brown .........................3-10 split Rick Groven ........................3-10 split Tuesday Men’s Early G&A Trenching.........................22-14 George’s Welding ......................22-14 Cork’s.........................................22-14 Peoples Mkt ..............................21-15 Kadoka Tree Service.................19-17 Bear Automotive.......................15-21 Kennedy Implement .................14-22 Ghost Team.................................9-27 Highlights: Brian Pearson .......................205/565 Jerry Iron Moccasin..............208/560 Ed Morrison ..........................203/556 Matt Schofield.......................212/554 Tony Gould ...................................549 Wendell Buxcel ............................518 Marsha Sumpter..........................506 Bill Stone ...3-10 split; 222 clean/502 Cindy O’Connell ...........................211 Fred Foland ........................3-10 split Curtis Bitting .......................8-9 split Johnny Wilson....................5-10 split Dan Addison ......3-10 & 3-9-10 splits Ronnie Williams...........3-6-7-10 split Wayne Hindman ................3-10 split Wednesday Morning Coffee Cutting Edge Salon ..................39-13 Jolly Ranchers ..........................30-22 Invisibles ...................................30-22 State Farm Ins....................25.5-26.5 All Star Auto .............................25-27 Ghost Team...........................6.5-45.5 Highlights: Marsha Sumpter...................170/469 Karen Foland.......3-10 split; 163/457 Charlene Kjerstad........................432 Cindy Wilmarth............5-7 split; 178 Donna King........5-10 & 3-9-10 splits Debbie Gartner .........3-5 & 6-7 splits Shirley O’Connor................3-10 split Wednesday Nite Early First National Bank ...........29.5-18.5 Wall Food Center......................28-20 Dorothy’s Catering .............27.5-20.5 Morrison’s Haying ..............26.5-21.5 Dakota Bar................................21-27 99 Pins.......................................20-28 Just Tammy’s............................20-28 Chiefie’s Chicks ..................19.5-28.5 Highlights: Val Schulz .............................221/526 Emily Kroetch ...............169, 156/433 Marlis Petersen ...........201 clean/472 Stacey Schulz ...............................178 Cristi Ferguson .....................187/503 Traci Radway ..................4-7-10 split Lindsey Hildebrand ...........5-10 split MaryLynn Crary ..................2-7 split Lee Sundall.........................3-10 split Thursday Nite Men’s Coyle’s SuperValu.....................22-10 O’Connell Const ........................19-13 A&M Laundry...........................18-14 West River Pioneer Tanks .......16-16 Dakota Bar................................15-17 WEE BADD...............................15-17 The Steakhouse ........................12-20 McDonnell Farms .....................11-21 Highlights: Steve McDonnell ...........200, 201/560 Bryan Buxcel ...4-5-7 split; 226 clean Jay McDonnell ......................216/583 Doug Hauk..................5-10 split; 216 Mike Moses ..................................213 Mark Foland ........3-10 split; 201/553 Alvin Pearson ..............223 clean/594 Jason Petersen ..........3-10 split; 213, ...............................................207/602 Haven Hildebrand ................212/571 Rick Coyle............192 clean, 200/565 Jack Heinz.............................208/552 Brian Pearson.......................5-7 split Matt Griffin .....................3-5-10 split Ronnie Coyle.........................4-5 split Matt Schofield ....................3-10 split Ronnie Williams .................3-10 split Wendell Buxcel...................3-10 split Friday Nite Mixed King Pins...................................37-15 Cristi’s Crew .............................35-17 Randy’s Spray Service..............31-21 Hart to Hart..............................25-27 Rusty Spurs ..............................22-30 High Rollers ..............................22-26 Rowdy Rollers ...........................22-30 Roy’s Amigo’s ............................14-38 Highlights: Duane Hand...5-10 & 5-7 splits; 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Band Festival was held Tuesday, November 22, in the Spearfish High School auditorium. Middle school and high school students from western South Dakota, selected by their directors, came together for a day of rehearsing. The event culminated in a public performance that evening. The event is sponsored by Black Hills State University, Spearfish. Shown above are the high school musicians, back row from left: Gavin Brucklacher – bassoon, Jade Konst – percussion, Paul Guptill – trombone, Trey DeJong – trumpet, and music instructor Barb Bowen. Front: Josie Guptill – clarinet, and LaRae Van Tassel – flute. Pictured below are the junior high honor band musicians. Back row, from left: Tia Guptill, Jane Poss, Ellie Coyle, Jaslyn Konst and Bowen. Front: Keegan Burnett and Garrett Snook. Courtesy photos
Northern Hills Honor Band ... The 19th annual Northern Hills Honors
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Tina Staben, and Phil and Karen Carley. Quite a few from our area are sick with various ailments, pneumonia, bronchial infection, flu. Let's hope we're all done with this before Christmas. November weather information: Total moisture was .55” with six inches of snow November 19 (first snow of the season); average high was 48˚. Highest temperature for November was on the 11th with 65˚, 61˚ on the 4th and 60˚ on the 1st. Average low was 21˚. It dipped to -8˚ November 20th for the lowest temperature for the month. There were 11 days with the low temperature in the teens. Thanks to the Paul Stabens for this information. Christmas party. They spent the night in Rapid City and returned to the ranch Saturday. T.J. and Jeanine Gabriel's house is now flu free, but the family seems to be dealing with pink eye or an eye infection of some sort. I think that sort of stuff kind of goes with having young kids. However, it hasn't slowed them down much. The Friday following Thanksgiving, the family attended the parade of lights in Pierre. While in Pierre, T.J. took the family to the Capitol to view the trees and tour the building. This past Friday night, T.J. and Jeanine enjoyed "date night," which consisted of going to Pierre and seeing a movie. The kids stayed with Great-grandpa and Great-grandma Markwed. Saturday, Jeanine and kids accompanied Billy and Arlyne to Midland to attend the community Christmas activities there. Saturday evening, Billy and Arlyne joined T.J., Jeanine and family in celebrating Kyler Ranch Gabriel's first birthday. And from what Grandma Arlyne said, it sounds like Kyler knew he was the star of the event! It is hard to believe he is already a year old. Jon and Connie Johnson and family were in Pierre Friday to take in the State oral interpretation competition. Their son, Wyatt, was part of the theater group from Philip. Grandparents Dick and
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Milesville News
by Janice Parsons • 544-3315
(con’t. from page 5) rated a tree for the Haakon County Courthouse. Phil and Karen Carley drove to Spearfish Thursday where Karen and Abby attended the Madrigal dinner theater at the college. Grandpa Phil enjoyed the time staying with Wace. The Carleys returned home Friday. Sunday, Phil and Karen Carley were in Pierre at the home of Dave and Angelia Shields and family. The occasion was little Jaren's second birthday, with a party and supper. Dave's parents, Ed and Karen Snyder, Philip, also attended. Over the weekend, Tim and Judy Elshere and Doug and Fay Hauk helped their kids, Casey and Rachelle, move from their home in De Smet to a home about five miles out in the country. Saturday, Scott, Tia, Holden and Isaac Elshere, Sioux Falls, came for the day to help. Basketball season started for the year Friday night with a Gatorade scrimmage. Ben Stangle and Brayden Fitch are on the team from our area. Congratulations, Keagan Fitch on your first place win at the junior high wrestling tournament at Central High School in Rapid City Saturday. Guests at Bill and Connie Parsons' Sunday to celebrate Bill's birthday were Glenn and Dianne Parsons and Grant and Sandra Parsons. Sharon Olivier was in Pierre Friday evening to hear Rapid City Christian High School perform in the rotunda area of the state Capitol. Bailey Bays, our granddaughter, was one of the members of the choir. While there, they viewed the beautifully decorated trees. Other family members were Melody Parsons, Carter and Landon, and Melody's parents, Ron and Alice Stradinger, Isabel. Grandpa Jim and Grandma Betty Smith watched Autumn, Kamri and Keenan Parsons while Wade and Marcy went to Manhattan, Kan., for the wedding of Vance Moriarty and Anissa Perry over the weekend. Some of our local 4-H kids went to Philip Friday for some fun time doing crafts at the Extension office, coming home with some cute snowmen. Sheryl Hansen was the instructor. Going from Milesville were Sam, Ben and Mark Stangle and Sarah Parsons. Kyle Taylor and her daughter, Laura Smith, spent Friday and Saturday nights with Bill and Karyl Sandal. They had come from Gillette to paint Laura Morgan's apartment in the Senechal. I understand they drove through some bad weather returning to Gillette Sunday. Donna Staben was in Rapid City Saturday to attend the annual meeting of the Western Jr. Livestock Show. Saturday, Dylan Packard celebrated his birthday in Philip at the bowling alley. Helping him in the celebration were Autumn and Kamri Parsons, Anna, John and Wade Piroutek, Sarah Parsons, and Riggin Anders. Dylan and his parents, Dan and Amber, live on the Boyd Parsons ranch where they are employed. Most of the members of the ladies Bible study group enjoyed supper and the movie "Courageous" in Philip Monday night. Included were Jodi Parsons, Pat Hanrahan, Lana Elshere, Judy Elshere, Christa Fitch, Sharon Olivier, and Sandra Parsons. We appreciate the owners of the local theater who show good films like this one. Bart and I hosted the Milesville Community Club's Christmas party here Monday night. We invited our husbands for a potluck supper, games, cards, and gift exchange where we revealed our secret sisters. We fixed boxes of goodies for those who live alone. Attending were Dan and Gayla Piroutek, Mike and Linda Gebes, Miles and Erin Hovland, Donnie and Marcia Eymer, Paul and Donna Staben,
Moenville News
by Leanne Neuhauser • 567-3325
Greetings from sunny, cold, partially snow covered northeast Haakon County. Someone turned the thermostat way down in our neck of the woods these past couple of days – guess Mother Nature decided it is time to be winter here. The cold weather, coupled with the really short days, means that much more of my time is spent indoors. It is a blessing to have a nice, warm house to call home, complete with most of the modern conveniences. One of those conveniences is the television, and it keeps us updated on the news and weather, and provides entertainment of all sorts, depending on your taste. But "taste" is what I have been thinking about recently. And at the risk of sounding like an old fuddy-duddy, I think some of the programming on television is pretty questionable, to say the least! Most of us are careful with what we feed our bodies, wanting to ingest the foods that will keep us healthy. We should take that same approach to feeding our minds! And if we do, probably half the programming on television would go out of business! And while we are at it, we should visit the library (or download a book to your Kindle or Nook or whichever ereader you use), and spend time curled up with a good book, under an afghan, with some hot tea – and if you have a fireplace, it should have a nice fire crackling in the background! Don't those words paint a wonderful picture? Okay, I'll get off my soapbox and get on with the community news. (Did I mention that cold weather makes me grumpy?) We have another new baby in the community! Congratulations to Terry and Christie Hand, the proud parents of Kane Theodore Hand, born in Sioux Falls Tuesday, November 29. Little Kane was born a few weeks early, and he weighed 6 pounds 1 ounce and was 19 1/2 inches long. He left the hospital Saturday and is getting settled in at home. I'm sure big brothers, Jace and Seth, think he is pretty special! Little Kane is the 12th grandchild for grandparents David and Laura Hand. Duane and Lola Roseth were supper guests of Dick and Gene Hudson last Thursday evening. Gene served a delicious meal, which was followed by several games of cards. Friday, Duane and Lola traveled to Rapid City to take care of some business and attend the annual Christmas party of the Casey Petersen and Associates firm. Their daughter, Kacey, is an accountant with the firm. Lee and Mary Briggs were in Rapid City Friday. Mary did some shopping while Lee attended a meeting of the Golden West board of directors. That evening, Lee and Mary attended the Golden West
Gene Hudson also took in the event. Wyatt Johnson spent Sunday and Monday in Pierre, competing in the state FFA contest in the ag sales category. The Philip FFA chapter always does well at the competitions, but I haven't heard any outcomes yet. Connie also asked me to remind all of you of the upcoming Christmas program at Cheyenne School. The program will be held Thursday, December 15, at 7 p.m. CST, at the Kirley Hall. If you are still needing a little Christmas Spirit, this program will be the place to get it! As I mentioned, Dick and Gene Hudson entertained Duane and Lola Roseth Thursday evening, and Friday they attended the oral interp competition in Pierre. Saturday, Dick and Gene, accompanied by Bill and Polly Bruce, attended the annual ag appreciation banquet in Pierre. Gene said there was a good crowd and the speaker was entertaining. They attended church Sunday. Chauncey Jorgensen was the guest preacher. Nels and Dorothy Paulson were in Pierre Tuesday to get supplies. Sunday, Dorothy got all ready to go to church, only to find that the weather had turned nasty with snow and wind, so she opted to worship at home. (continued on page 11)
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(continued from page 9) Billy and Arlyne enjoyed the Christmas in Midland activities Saturday. Arlyne said they had many nice displays, along with a soup and sandwich luncheon and a live nativity scene. They also enjoyed helping little Kyler Ranch celebrate his birthday Saturday evening. They attended church Sunday. Sunday evening, grandson T.J. Gabriel stopped by to give Billy and Arlyne a Christmas tree – such a thoughtful grandson! Ray and Nancy Neuhauser had guests Thanksgiving – Nancy's son, Brett, and his family joined them to celebrate the day. The Saturday following Thanksgiving, Ray and Nancy traveled by bus to Branson, Mo. Nancy said the shows were wonderful, and they had a very good time. They arrived home last Thursday. Saturday, Nancy's daughter, Sandi, came to help Nancy decorate for Christmas. They spent part of the day watching wrestling in Ft. Pierre. Daughter Sandi spent the night and they continued decorating Sunday. They also did some shopping Sunday, and they were surprised to come out of the store to find their vehicle covered in snow and ice. Monday, Nancy kept an appointment with the physical therapist. Bill and Polly Bruce were in Philip Friday to take care of some business. Saturday, they attended the ag appreciation banquet with Dick and Gene Hudson. They were in Pierre again Sunday to attend church and do some shopping. Polly said the visibility was poor on the way home from Pierre, and the road was nasty in places. She said some of the people who traveled the road ahead of them had made some pretty fancy tracks, but they didn't see anyone in the ditch. They were glad to get home! Their son, David, who lives in Rapid City, came to the ranch Thursday evening and spent several days helping work cattle and helping with work on the shed, returning to his home Sunday evening. Laura Alleman was in Pierre Tuesday, and little Alivya got to spend time with Grandma Joy Yost in Hayes. Thursday, Grandma Carmen Alleman spent some time "visiting" with baby Alivya, while Laura got some things done around her house. Saturday, Laura had her first flying lesson in Pierre. She said it is something she had always wanted to try and she enjoyed it, but it doesn't sound like there will be any big hurry to take lesson number two. Frank and Shirley Halligan were in Faith Friday to watch their grandson, Jerrin, play basketball. They arrived home in time to watch the National Finals Rodeo on TV. Sunday, Shirley accompanied some friends to a concert at the Cathedral on the Prairie in Hoven. She said the music was wonderful, as was the venue, but the weather could have been better. Thankfully they made it back to Pierre with no problems. Helen Beckwith worked at the hospital in Pierre Friday and Saturday. While in Pierre, she stayed with daughter Cheryl and family. Cheryl and Marc's house was impacted by the flooding last summer, so they are busy making repairs and getting things back to normal. They are expecting another child later this month, so they are very motivated to get the repairs finished! Sunday afternoon, Anne and Gary Beckwith were visitors at Ron and Helen's home. Max and Joyce Jones were in Onida last Thursday to attend grandsons Zach and Tommie's Christmas program. Following the program, and boys came home with grandpa and grandma to spend a few days. The boys' parents, Kim and Dave Ferries, picked them up Sunday. Monday, Max and Joyce were planning to go to Winner on business, but the icy roads convinced them to wait a day or two. Kevin, Mary and Sarah Neuhauser were in Highmore Saturday to visit Kevin's mother, Ruth, and attend the family Christmas party at Highmore Health. Following the party, Kevin, Mary and Sarah went on to Polo to Mary's mother, Kathryn visit Schlecter. Kathryn is glad to be home following her recent hospitalization. Kevin and Mary's daughter, Brianna, is nearly finished with college, and she had a job interview in Minneapolis last week. Their daughter, Sarah, has a couple more pharmacy rotations, and she'll be through with school, also. Way to go, young ladies! They have worked hard to get to this point. Ruth Neuhauser enjoyed the visit from family Saturday. She said the staff helped the residents get all "gussied up" for the Christmas party. From what I have seen, that facility is top notch. Following is the weather data for the month of November, as submitted by Marge Briggs: The high temperature was 64˚ on the 11th, we had 16 days of 50˚ or above. The lowest maximum temperature was 21˚ on the 20th. The low temperature for the month was -8˚ on the 20th, we had four days of temperatures below 10˚. The highest minimum temperature was 34˚ on the 5th. The average high for the month was 47˚, average low was 21˚, and the average temperature for the month was 34˚. Precipitation for the month was .44”. Normal precipitation is .43”, leaving us .01” above normal for the month. According to Marge, we had 7 1/2” of snow during November. The year-to-date precipitation is 21.61”. Normal precipitation is 15.88”, leaving us 5.73” above normal for 2011. Several from the area have been attending the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, cheering on the cowboys and cowgirls from South Dakota. Those of us who didn't attend this year are watching the rodeo on television. As far as I'm concerned, I have a great seat here – refreshments and restrooms are nearby, and I get to see the action up close and personal. My sympathy to Chad Ferley, whose father passed away the first day of the rodeo. Our week here at the ranch has been relatively quiet, just finishing up some fall projects and getting into winter chore mode. We took some butcher steers to Kadoka earlier in the week and visited with my mother, Letoy Brown. We then went to Philip and took in part of the cattle sale before returning to the ranch. We worked cattle at the ranch Monday afternoon. Larry Smith and Duane Roseth were here working cattle, also. The guys had chili and enjoyed some card games later in the afternoon. This week I am grateful for cell phones, even though ours don't work very well out here. But in this season of cold weather and less than perfect road conditions, it is nice to know that our friends, neighbors, and loved ones have cell phones to call for help if there is trouble. I'm sure those phones have saved lots of worry and probably several lives! I hope you will all bundle up and go out and make this a wonderful week. And make sure you behave – Santa Claus is watching you!
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SALE: pieces FOR (49) Themocraft Ballerina Rose pattern dishes, includes (9) cups, (7) saucers, creamer, sugar bowl, gravy boat, (1) dessert plate, (2) bread serving plates, (8) dessert bowls, (8) dinner plates, (1) large serving bowl, (2) larger serving platters with handles. All in fair to excellent condition, some have chips, cracks and crazing. $150 for all. Call 859-2888 or 515-1140. P16-2tp NOTICE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY: The following items have been declared surplus property by the Haakon School District Board of Education: (5) 30”x60” teacher’s desks (metal with double drawers); 1983 blue Ford F150 (inoperable). To inquire about any of the items, please contact Keven Morehart at 8592679, Philip. PR16-2tc FOR SALE: New fully assembled dressers in carton – a fantastic buy at just $99.00 each. Stop by and see for yourself. Del’s, Exit 63, Box Elder, 605/ 390-9810. P52-4tp FOR SALE: 500 gallon end fill propane tank, $500. Call 4573502. PW52-2tc FOR SALE: Gifts for that hardto-buy-for person, as well as everyone else on your Christmas list! Del’s, Exit 63, Box Elder, 605/390-9810. PW52-3tp PAINTINGS, PRINTS & NOTECARDS FOR SALE: Lorna’s Artworks, 386-2120. WP15-2tp FOR SALE BY SEALED BID: Haakon School District is accepting sealed bids for a 1974 16x70 mobile unit that was used as an elementary instructional facility at Ottumwa. Please contact Keven Morehart at 605/859-2679 for any questions or to schedule a time to view the mobile unit. Sealed bids will be accepted until December 19, 2011, at 4:00 p.m. and should be addressed to: Britni Ross, Business Manager, Haakon School District, PO Box 730, Philip, SD 57567. Please denote “Mobile Unit Bid” on outside of envelope. Bids will be opened at the Board of Education meeting to be held on December 19th at 6:00 p.m. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. P51-2tc HERCULES TRAILER TIRES ARE NOW IN STOCK: 235/85/ R16, 12-ply. $150 mounted. Limited quantities available. Les’ Body Shop, 859-2744, Philip. P51-tfn FOR SALE: Gifts for that hardto-buy-for person, as well as everyone else on your X-mas list! Del’s, Exit 63, Box Elder. 3909810. PR12-6tp FOR SALE: Heavy duty lumber or ladder rack for a short box, 4door pickup. Black in color. Asking $225. Call Nathan at 6853186. P47-tfn FOR SALE: Rope horse halters with 10’ lead rope, $15 each. Call 685-3317 or 837-2917. K44-tfn
Our family cannot say enough thank yous for the amazing people in our lives. We are more than grateful for all the prayers, love, support, individuals/businesses for donating to the auction and cash donations we have received over the last three months. We would like to say thank you to everyone that came to the benefit auction on October 9th, bought raffle tickets for the 50/50, gun raffle by Jerry Spencer, gun raffle by Dan Udager, bracelets, stickers, donated to the donation cans, and the Hayes community for doing a free will donation for Cayci during the annual picnic. Every dollar donated has been a blessing and very much appreciated. A special thank you to everyone involved with putting together the auction and selling raffle tickets, bracelets and stickers. We hope that we have not missed anyone in our efforts to express how thankful we truly are for everything. Again thank you to everyone that has been involved in any way during this difficult time. We appreciate it more than words can express. Love Joe, Kayla & Cayci Spencer Thank you, Dr. Klopper, student Dr. Daryl and nurses for the care I had while hospitalized. You are all GREAT! Also, thank you to my husband, Reuben, for taking care of things and Prerry and Susie for helping him. You are all GREAT! I appreciate it very much. Pat Vollmer Thank you to all my friends and family for the prayers, cards and well wishes. Looking forward to seeing everyone soon. Please continue to keep me in your thoughts and prayers. Love, Jeanne Radway I would like to thank the hostesses of the Christmas Fair for the grand prize that I won. What an awesome gift! Thank you, Debbie Carley
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December 8, 2011 • The Pioneer Review •
Page 12
Blast from the Past
From the archives of the Pioneer Review
85 Years Ago December 8, 1927 There are nearly a thousand members of the Young Citizens’ League in Haakon County schools. The YCL stresses character education and citizenship training and are accepted by all teachers as being of first importance in any program of education. Brady and Grandview … At five o’clock Thursday evening, December 1, a most peculiar phenomenon was observed in the Northern skies. It resembled the appearance of a large airplane or a mass of fire afloat in space. Its appearance lasted about 30 seconds. Several people in this locality observed it. Since its appearance, colder weather and a snow storm have followed. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett are the happy parents of a little daughter, who arrived at their home last Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sims are the happy parents of a little son, who arrived one day last week to make his home with them. Local News … A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Keyser on Friday, December 2. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. P.E. Ratigan on Wedneday, December 7. 75 Years Ago December 10, 1936 Kenneth Ellington, Roubaix, and Thelma (Tommie) Kjos, Hilland, were united in marriage at the Lutheran parsonage in Rapid City on Monday, November 30. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steen Kjos and graduated from the Philip High School with the class of 1933. *** South Dakota felt the frigid blasts of the first extreme cold wave of the winter over the weekend. At Philip where a minimum of 14 degrees below zero was registered Saturday night, it was the coldest it had been that early in December since 1931, according to reports kept by G.M. Johnson. Grindstone News … Joyce Smith spent Tuesday night at Nelsons and Saturday night at Farrells. A rest room for women was opened Saturday just north of the Senechal. Not many found it, but when they do it should be very popular. It is a good sized room with a couch, chairs and a good hot stove. There are small tables and chairs, pencils and crayons and toys to keep the children entertained while their mother shops in freedom. For real misery, observe the country woman with several small children in town on a chilly day. She stands around in one store until her feet nearly drop off. Finally ashamed of being in the way, or driven out by the whines of her tired and nervous children, she goes to another store and repeats the performance. The children handle merchandise, smear themselves with candy, are endlessly underfoot. Before her husband even thinks of going home, she is about ready to cry with nervousness and weariness. But now she can go to the rest room. 50 Years Ago December 7, 1961 Births … Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thuney, Philip, boy, November 30, 8 pounds and 10 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perkins, Philip, boy, November 30, 9 pounds and 2 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bowman, Cottonwood, December 2, 9 pounds and 8 1/4 ounces. Milesville News … A group of neighbors and friends surprised the Arthur Leaches Sunday afternoon by calling at their home. This was a farewell party as Audry and Arthur will be moving to their new home in Philip this week. Billsburg News … Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Knight on the baby girl born on November 27 at Eagle Butte. Debbie and Dala Jane returned home on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pekron drove down to Jim Gottslebens Wednesday evening after hearing of the passing of Myrna’s father. The community extends sympathy to the family and relatives. Old Trail News … Several couples gathered at the church and all went to a surprise house warming on Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Ramsey. The group sang Christmas carols and then Rev. James Vos dedicated this new home. Engagements … Mr. and Mrs. Ted Becker, Philip, annouce the engagement of their daughter, Gloria, to Tom Grosland, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Grosland, Wheaton, Minnesota. Both are students at Moorhead State College. Mrs. Harriet Kittelson, Henry, announces the engagement of her daughter, Karyl Anne, to John Willima Sandal, son of Mr. John Sandal, Milesville. St. William Catholic Church, Midland, was the scene of a beautiful wedding October 29, when Miss Patty Nemec, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Nemec, became the bride of Jerry Henderson also of Midland. South Fork News … We received a telephone call from Marjorie Sweezy last Thursday evening telling us about their oldest boy starting a fire with a match in the clothes closet. Marjorie got the fire out but received second degree burns on her hands. The boys lost most of their clothes and some of Dan’s, which were also in that closet. Grindstone News … Miss Beverly Gabriel, teacher at Alfalfa Valley School, is boarding week days at the Orville Kiel home. 25 Years Ago December 11, 1986 The Philip High School senior class presented their play, “Here Comes the Brides,” Monday and Tuesday, December 1 and 2, at the Philip grade gym. The play, a three-act comedy, was directed by Arlene Ratzlaff. Cast members included Rowdy Kemnitz, Jerry Carley, Slade Heeb, Nina Schofield, Christy Kennedy, Randy Pfeifle, Janet Dean, Marcy Brunskill, Amy Michael, Karen Van Rooyan and Matt Harper.
Milesville News … The big news this week is that my brother, Peter Williams, arrived home from a year in Korea on Tuesday. He has approximately a month at home before his assignment at Fort Carson in Colorado. Courtney Gebes celebrated her seventh birthday with a party on Sunday. Tom and Eileen Fitzgerald had ice cream and cake at David Fitzgerald’s Sunday afternoon. They were celebrating Dustin’s sixth birthday. Births … Rose Anna Heeb, born November 24, 1986, 7 lbs. 10 1/2 oz., 20 inches long, to Dean and Cheri Heeb. Hedi Nicole Hurtado, born December 5, 1986 at 5:54 p.m. to Amy Hurtado and Raymond Sowards, weighing 8 lbs. 14 oz., 21 inches long. Moenville News … Judge James Anderson of Pierre has been appointed as presiding judge of the Sixth Judicial Circuit effective December 12 by South Dakota Chief Justice George W. West. Anderson, 41, is the youngest judge in the circuit. He is the son of Carol Foland.
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