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A Publication of Ravellette Publications, Inc., Philip, South Dakota 57567. The Official Newspaper of Haakon County, South Dakota. Copyright 1981.
Personnel issues dominate commissioner’s meeting Milesville’s comedy “The Boardinghouse”
by Nancy Haigh Personnel issues with the assessor’s position and a former deputy sheriff dominated the February 7 Haakon County Board of Commissioners meeting. Kevin Pfeifle had tendered his resignation prior to the commissioner’s meeting, with his last day being Friday, February 10. State’s Attorney Gay Tollefson stated she had received a call from the secretary of the Department of Revenue with their concerns that assessment notices would not be mailed before the March 1 deadline. Tollefson said the deadline is set by state law. She said she is concerned that the county will not meet that deadline. “The constituency has a right to those, it affects every landowner in this county,” said Tollefson. “This is a really serious thing.” The county began advertising for the position right away, but the closing date for applications isn’t until February 17. It is unlikely that the county would have anyone hired in time to meet the March 1 deadline. Tollefson said she could visit with the Department of Revenue to see if they could have someone come down and help get the assessments out. Another suggestion was to see if a retired assessor from within the state could be hired to help. When asked if he had any suggestions, Pfeifle said, “In January I was serious. I have no suggestions. My suggestions don’t seem to carry much weight around Commissioner Steve here.” Clements asked Pfeifle if had been able to find anyone part time with money the county provided in January, about $6,500. Pfeifle said that would amount to about nine hours a week. He said those he talked to were not interested and he did not advertise the position. Pfeifle said last year former assessor Rita Merrill printed and mailed the assessments. “I didn’t catch everything she did,” said Pfeifle. “I’m not as efficient as Rita was.” Commission Chairman Ed Briggs asked Pfeifle what is done. Pfeifle said none of them. “The reason this guy called is I went to the Department of Revenue asking for help. They don’t help. They call you (pointing to Tollefson). Very, very frustrating.” He said if it is a certain form, then they are ready to be printed, but he could never get an answer from the Department of Revenue if it was the correct one to mail. Tollefson was directed to contact the Department of Revenue and the commissioners would seek out a former assessor. Mark Foley, former Haakon County deputy sheriff, was represented by Rob Konrad, Pierre, a lawyer with a law firm there. The commission turned down Foley’s request to be compensated for accrued compensatory time. Foley is looking to be compensated for time going back to 2005. Foley’s position was salarybased, which generally does not include comp time. Konrad said Foley was never aware of the handbook nor its policy on comp time. He was hired in 2005. In April 2006, the commission approved a motion amending the handbook’s policy on comp time, stating that it could not be accrued and had to be used before the end of the next month. Foley left in 2008 to serve a term of duty in Afghanistan. When he returned he began using the comp time left over prior to his term of overseas duty. Tollefson cited South Dakota Codified Law that states action must commence within two years. She said if at all, Foley would be eligible for time beginning in 2008. What I’m saying, this is one heck of a long time to wait to ask for comp time for, 2005 and 2006. Action is way too old, she said. Tollefson pointed out that Foley should not have been using comp time that had accrued when he returned. It should have been stopped, she said. “I’m telling you the statute of limitations is two years. He didn’t just discover it, he knew he had it from that time. So I do not believe if he wants to sue us for this he can go back more than two years,” said Tollefson. Konrad said he believed it would be two years from the date Foley quit. Konrad said Foley had given him a dollar figure “that Mark would be willing to sign a release and walk away.” Kenny Neville, Haakon County highway superintendent, and Chris Candelaria, permit specialist with TransCanada, presented a final haul road agreement. The commission approved the agreement with the stipulation that the agreement be revisited if work does not commence by December 31, 2016. Neville updated the board on upcoming bridge projects, graveling, pulling shoulders and other projects. He was approved to attend a highway superintendent short course in Huron mid-March. Other items approved included a hazard mitigation resolution, the warrants, a memorandum of understanding with South Dakota State University Extension Service, a second hearing for the commissioner district redistricting, the purchase of Vetro Spec software with a use of contingency funds, and a raffle request from the Milesville Musketeers 4-H club. Minutes from the December 27, (continued on page 2) by Del Bartels “It was a dark and stormy night” ... filled with the most ludicrous collection of boarders and visiters you could imagine. The Milesville actors will be presenting the comedy “The Boardinghouse” on Friday and Saturday, February 24 and 25, at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, February 26, at 2:00 p.m. The fun starts with a dark and foreboding character sneaking up on the owner of the Home Sweet Home boardinghouse. The huge knife slowly goes up, pauses, then suddenly ... the laughter begins. Under the co-direction of Nina Pekron and Jodi Parsons, the funny dialogue and antics come as fast as the machine-gun speed of entrances and exits of the actors, each portraying their own zaniness in the unspoken search for something else in their lives. Parsons plays the owner of the establishment, one that has had its same loony residents for years. It is up to the audience to determine if she is oblivious to the degree of oddity of her guests, or simply lives around everybody’s extremely eccentric quirks. She constantly gives motherly advice, even over bodies on the floor, people running to dig up pirate treasure and the threeway marriage. Dusti Berry portrays the new serving girl. She has a tremendous learning curve in front of her, that is if she can keep her sanity. Her single ability of making tea is soon supplemented by screaming in fear and by whipping a husband in shape. Kelly Blair is cast, hopefully not typecast, as the butcher-knife wielding, death-inviting writer and poet. He hasn’t yet written a word, probably because looking for inspiration is so morbidly fun and dramatic. Besides, he and real work are never in the same room at the same time.
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Gayla Piroutek, that is her character, is an over-the-top hypochondriac. A sneeze might develop into leprosy, oh joy! She is suddenly very healthy when an interesting man is about. Erin Hovland’s character divides her time and energies working on taxidermy and talking to the dead, especially her late husband, whichever he is. Jim Stangle plays the treasureseeking, don’t-get-in-my-way, opportunist. The searching for treasure is actually worth more than finding it. His is a hypnotically self-loving character. Loni Nelson has taken on the part of Stangle’s character’s sister. She has her hands full trying to keep him out of trouble. Getting him distracted, even with her impending and probably fatal ill-
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Story grabs your attention ... The cast of the Milesville comedy definitely does that. Listening to Jodi Parsons read are, from left: Loni Nelson, Allison Pekron, Tonya Berry, Lori Quinn, Kelly Blair, Erin Hovland (kneeling), Dusti Berry and Jim Stangle. Where is the Schnook? Photos by Del Bartels
nesses, is almost impossible. Lori Quinn poses as the resident artist. If you are feeling blue or even rosy, watch out. She’s sweet, but does she ever have a bone to pick with the other characters. Tonya Berry plays the nurse, and keeper, for Quinn’s character. She has to wear tennis shoes to even hope to keep up. With all her experience, and exhaustion, perhaps she herself should visit the doctor? Allison Pekron portrays a long retired physician, who seems to have some kind of cure for everything. Even though “medicine is a very depressing business,” he still makes house calls, looking for some distraction from having always been a doctor. He is the one who accurately states, “Fool proof? With this bunch, I doubt that!”
Philip City council views past and future construction
by Del Bartels Because of unavoidable conflicts that caused a lack of a quorum, the Philip City Council meeting was postponed from its usual Monday to the next evening, Tuesday, February 7. Main issues viewed by the council included Lake Waggoner repairs, building permits, the hospital’s geothermal project, rubble site work, garbage collection and taxable property evaluations. The council approved the payment of bills. Gross salaries for January totaled $20,957.70. The city’s percentages of insurance, retirement and withholding added another $7,417.47. The total for all other bills came to $63,497.90. This includes over $28,260 in health and dental, and umbrella premiums for commercial, property and liability insurance. Those bills also included $7,720 for labor and materials needed for repairs to the Lake Waggoner spillway. Matt Reckling, public works director, gave an update on the Lake Waggoner repairs, which were recommended by the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources. Reckling said that the gabion wall repairs and tree removal have been completed. He and his crew are waiting for colder weather so they can remove the reeds, as the ground is not frozen enough for access of the equipment. A moment of silence was observed in honor of Gay Moses who served as the Philip chief of police for over 21 years. Mayor John Hart said that Moses worked from August 22, 1955, to when he resigned September 13, 1976, with Moses being reinstated for 1977-1978. “Rest in peace, Gay. Gay was a nice guy,” said Hart. The council adopted the five-year Haakon County multi-jurisdictional hazard mitigation plan. The city of Philip “has experienced severe damage from strong winds, flooding, hail, heavy snow, heavy rain, and other various natural disasters, resulting in property loss, economic hardship and threats to public health and safety.” The plan is now the official document identifying the city’s strategies for the relief from disasters. Approved building permits include Curt Arthur moving a house out of the city, Ralph McQuirk for Kurt Flesner to excavate/repair a sewer line, for Mike Moses to move a shed out of the city, Brant Sundall to replace a deck and for Brit Miller to build a house with at(continued on page 2)
From west of town to east of town ... A pole barn was moved Wednesday, February 8, from Mel Smith’s property approximately a mile west of Philip to a lot just south of Philip Livestock Auction at the east end of Philip. The floorless building measures 30’x72”, with a truck height of 26”. Smith is making room for future house construction, and PLA needed an equipment shed. Coordination had to be done by various businesses and authorities so to give due heed to fences, culverts, traffic, power lines, observers, bridge width and other possible problems. Northland Building Movers, Inc. did the moving. West Central Electric personnel, using extendo sticks, lifted power lines up and over the structure. Jim Nickelson, WCE foreman, said of the move and the movers, “The first thing is safety. They’re good to work with, actually they’re all good. They help make it easy.” Photos by Bartels
Acting is so much fun ... at least for Jodi Parsons. Kelly Blair takes beatings, hen-peckings and even dying during the Milesville comedy. Enjoying the show are actors Jim Stangle and Loni Nelson.
Haakon County Farm Bureau Federation annual meeting
by Del Bartels The Haakon County Farm Bureau Federation held its annual meeting Wednesday, February 8. Members first met for general discussion over a HCFB-provided meal in the meeting room of the 73– Saloon. Following that was the business meeting, which was open to the public. As of the end of 2011, the HCFB consists of 242 member households, that is over a quarter of the households in Haakon County. Federation officers were re-affirmed for three-year terms. Bill Slovek will continue as president, Fred Foland, vice president, Leanne Neuhauser, secretary, and Tom Clements, treasurer. Other board members are Chad Hanrahan, Ed Morrison, Steve Daly and Harlan Moos. Foland and Hanrahan were the local representatives for the Young Farmers and Ranchers. They told about the YF&R’s winter conference they recently attended. Josh Geigle, chairman for YF&R, said, “Science-based results – you’ve got to be aware because many scientists try to prove what they believe.” He reported that demographics show that the ag age is ever increasing. High school population in rural areas is going down, younger people are fewer, and fewer of them are going into agriculture. The winter conference next year is planned to be in Chamberlain. Young farmers and ranchers can apply to attend the state and national conferences, with the possibility of those trips being completely expense-paid by the follow. She said of one of several bills limiting or taking away water rights, “This is a real stupid bill.” It would create more districts within water districts. Blair said, most bills, at 10 or more pages, are “a good read if you want to get a good sleep.” She flew through bills that concern education, ag assessment, ag and child labor, sales tax, and these were just “a snippin” of what issues are being worked on by the federation on the national level. Slovek zeroed in on the estate tax issue. The current estate tax rules are due to expire at the end of the year. “It would be devastating to agriculture. We need to talk to our congressmen, because one of them could use a pep talk on this. We’ve got to get it totally eliminated or get the numbers up there where we can live with them,” said Slovek. Slovek backed up Parsons’ information on federation benefits, including investigating about discounts at over 300 businesses in South Dakota. “You’ll pay for your membership several times over if you do that,” said Slovek. Many discounts are around 30 percent, with some far higher. The Haakon County Farm Bureau grants several annual scholarships to graduating seniors and second year college students whose parents are members. It is a corporate sponsor of the Matched Bronc Ride. The group also gives donations to local causes, one being that it purchased two pieces of playground equipment for the elementary school playground.
Chad Hanrahan. Front: Treasurer Tom Clements, Secretary Leanne Neuhauser, Vce President Fred Foland and President Bill Slovek. Photo by Del Bartels federation. Norm Geigle is the federation president of Pennington and Jackson counties, as well as the state’s District Six representative. He said the federation is controlled by its grassroots; their ideas are started in somebody’s kitchen. In South Dakota, membership has steadily increased. The state level holds two-day, quarterly meetings, and federation members meet in Washington, D.C., every other year. N. Geigle stressed that the Farm Bureau Federation includes many benefits, such as insurance, but its main goal and power is representation. Glenn Parsons gave a brief history of the federation. Starting in 1910, the agriculture communities were brought together on the county level with the group of local leaders called a bureau. Now the National Farm Bureau has over six million members and is one of the top “power 25” lobbying groups in Washington, D.C. “They do pay attention to Farm Bureau,” said Parsons. Speaker Wanda Blair is the president of the Meade School Board, is on the South Dakota Brand Board and is the state vice president for the Farm Bureau Federation. She gave a brief run-down of some of the congressional bills in Washington, D.C, that landowners should
Officers ... Back row, from left: Steve Dayly, Harlan Moos, Ed Morrison and
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Deb Snook in top three in South Dakota
On Friday February 3, Deb Snook gave a presentation on quadratic functions at the South Dakota Math and Science Conference in Huron. That evening she attended a banquet where she was awarded a plaque for being one of three state finalists for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching. Snook, a mathematics teacher from Philip High School, Amy Boutchee, a mathematics teacher from T.F. Riggs High School, Pierre, and Kristi Lutgen, a mathematics teacher from Deubrook Area Schools, White, were named state finalists for the 2011 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST), the nation’s highest honor for kindergarten-12 teaching in these fields. Each state and jurisdiction can select up to three mathematics and three science teachers as state finalists. From this field, a maximum of 108 presidential awardees are selected. Recipients of the 2011 presidential awards will be announced this spring in Washington, D.C. The awardees teach seventh through 12th grades. Awardees will receive a citation signed by the president, a paid trip to Washington, D.C, to attend a week-long series of recognition events and professional development opportunities, and $10,000 from the National Science Foundation. The teachers serve as models for their colleagues and as leaders in the improvement of science and mathematics education. PAEMST awardees have been shown to devote more time to professional development, to incorporate innovative approaches into their classroom teaching and to be more likely to use computers and other technologies in their classrooms.
on quadratic functions, February 3, at the South Dakota Math and Science Conference in Huron. Then, Snook, a mathmatics and physics instructor at Philip High School, was awarded a plaque for being one of three state finalists for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching. Shown is Snook, center, with Jay Berglund, president of the South Dakota Council of Mathematics Teachers, and Diana McCann, state coordinator for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching. Courtesy photo
Presidential Award for Excellence ... Deb Snook gave a presentation
Math application ... Philip High School teacher Deb Snook invited South Dakota Highway Patrolmen Stephen Schopp, Wall, left, and Slade Ross, Philip, right, to her algebra II classes. Her goal was to have the troopers demonstrate how math is used in their work. They discussed how rates of speed, distance and other factors are figured when reconstucting a scene. The troopers and the students worked through varoius scenarios to come up with the answers. The troopers met with the students Monday, Febraury 13. Photo by Nancy Haigh Superior! Outstanding! ... The cast of the Philip High School one-act play earned a superior rating at the State
One-Act Play Festival, February 2-4, in Aberdeen. The recognition of outstanding ensemble was awarded to the “panickers” in Philip’s performance of “Crisis Inc.” These actors are Wyatt Johnson, Marcus Martinez, Quade Slovek, Gavin Snook, Josh Quinn and Sterling Ellens. Outstanding performer awards went to Rachel Parsons, Trey DeJong, Brad Pfeifle, Shelby Schofield, Kelsie Kroetch and Sam Stangle. The performance itself received a superior play award. According to director Laura O’Connor, it is the best award any play can receive at the festival. O’Connor stated, “The kids did a great job at the state festival. They were nervous about performing last, but they pulled through with the energy from the audience and they entertained a full house. The judges offered very positive comments and praised the kids for their committment, as well as the hard work that it takes to perform a flawless show. It was very rewarding for me to see their beaming faces as they received their awards. They are already eager to earn a trip to the festival next year!” Shown, back row, from left: Slovek, Brooke Nelson and Johnson. Fourth row: Kroetch and Parsons. Third row: Martinez, Schofield and Snook. Second row: Scott, Stangle and Quinn. Front: Pfeifle, DeJong, director O’Connor, Ellens and Allison Stahl. Courtesy photo
MILESVILLE LADIES … are invited to help clean up the Milesville Hall on Monday, Feb. 20, at 1:00 p.m. It needs a bit of dusting before the risers arrive for the upcoming Milesville play. This will be a quick task if the crew is large! PHILIP CANCER SUPPORT GROUP … will meet Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 6:30 p.m. in the Senechal Apts. lobby. J’Nai Hauk will be the guest speaker. Everyone is invited. PHILIP AREA AARP/RTA … will meet Monday, Feb. 27, at 6:00 p.m. at the Bad River Senior Citizen’s Center with a soup supper and meeting. Gary Snook, past Haakon County Commission chairman, will be the guest speaker. Everyone is invited. PESTICIDE APPLICATOR TRAINING … session will be held Thursday, Feb. 23, at the Wall Community Center. Registration begins at 12:30 with the program to be held from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Please make sure you have a form of photo I.D. with you when you register. This training session is for all private applicators who need to renew their license as well as for those who wish to certify for the first time. HAAKON COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY … will host a book talk and writing workshop by Karen Hall of Rapid City on Saturday, February 18, 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the community room of the courthouse. Call 859-2442 for more information. AARP TAX-AIDE … Free tax preparation for all ages. Bad River Senior Citizen’s Center in Philip, Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to noon. Call Bob McDaniel, 859-2227, for appointment. Walkins welcome. To have your NON-PROFIT meeting listed here, please submit them by calling: 859-2516, or e-mailing to: ads@pioneer-review. com. We will run your event notice the two issues prior to your event at no charge.
Philip City Council views construction
(continued from front) tached garage, water/sewer connections, driveway, sidewalk and decks. The council approved the plat of lots 8A and 8B, Block 11, Original Town as presented by Miller and Brad Kuchenbecker. Miller would like to face his new house westward. The finance office was authorized to issue physical addresses to the lots as High Street addresses for 911 emergency call purposes, rather than being on N. Center Avenue which does not exist further north than the Lasting Legacy. The city has been awarded a 50/50 matching grant from the South Dakota Municipal League’s workers’ compensation fund and Stan Houston Equipment for the purchase of an ICS chop saw. The city is still trying to find help with funding for the future Wood Avenue and Walden Avenue project. The council is working on the city’s debt limit with the sanitary sewer and storm sewer bond applications to the SD DENR. “One more step in the process,” said Hart. Funding from the federal and state governments for airport projects will change. Federal aid will reduce from 95 percent to 90 percent on approved projects. Thus, Philip’s costs will be higher than in the past. The council approved the paying of the final amount of $5,996.09 for the geothermal project by Philip Health Services, Inc. Payment will be contingent upon all documentation being received by the Central South Dakota Enhancement District. The city’s rubble site underwent an inspection by the SD DENR in late January. The two requirements noted were to remove all unauthorized wastes from the debris burial pit and the burn pile and properly dispose of them, and after the compost pile is moved to its new location to ensure all storm water running into and out of the area is controlled. The city is being charged $10.90 per household for garbage collection. The city charges residents $12.98. The average number of households using the garbage service for 2011 was 378. The contract with the garbage collection company, Heartland Waste Management, Inc., allows for renegotiation of fees if costs for fuel increase by 10 percent. The cushion the city maintains would enable it to cover the increase for a period of time without raising fees for residents. The police department’s monthly report showed that 70 calls were handled, nine warnings were given and two citations were issued. Citizens who wish to run for the position of mayor and councilman must turn in their completed nominating petitions to the finance office by 5:00 p.m., Friday, February 24. The council will meet in special session at 4:00 p.m. Monday, March 19, in the commissioner’s room to sit as a board of equalization. Citizens are advised that the official PT-17 form must be filed with the finance officer no later than 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 15. The city council members voiced concern that there is currently no one working as the Haakon County director of equalization. The next regular meeting for the Philip City Council will be at 7:00 p.m., Monday, March 5, in the Haakon County Courthouse community room.
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Brittany Smith Brittany Smith, Philip, was among the 165 graduates who earned degrees during Chadron State College’s winter commencement exercises Friday, December 16. Smith graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in interdisciplinary studies.
Moving towards assertive behavior
Assertiveness defined: Acting and speaking in a way that promotes your dignity and self-respect, while at the same time preserving others’ rights. A person who uses a passive form of behavior says, “I will let you win and I will lose.” A person who uses an aggressive form of behavior says, “I will win, you will lose and I do not care.” A person who uses assertive behavior says, “I want you to win, and as a result of you winning, I have the same basic right to win also,” thus, a win-win situation for everyone involved. For many, it is seems easier to walk through life passively allowing people to walk all over them, not wanting to make waves, avoiding conflict like the plague. Others refuse to allow people to walk on them and feel they must be the aggressor, often intimidating and hurting others as they bully their way through situations. We all know people like these; we may see ourselves here, as well. Both of these ways of relating to others are very bad habits and not the thing to do. Sometimes it is difficult to see the third option we have – the best form of behavior that brings balance to any situation, and makes it possible for you to win and the other person to win, as well – and that is to be assertive. It certainly takes work to be assertive, and it takes practice, especially if you are not used to it. But being assertive in a situation works most every time because it is the healthy thing to do. So the question must be how do we operate with an assertive mind set in our dealing with other human beings? Here are your assertive rights. You have a right to: •refuse requests and to say “No” without feeling selfish or guilty. •be treated with respect and dignity, and not be intimidated or manipulated. •make your own decisions and choices and to take the consequences of them. •have your own needs be as important as others’ needs. •delay your answer in order to consider your options. •not to have everyone like you all the time. •make mistakes without making excuses or subjecting yourself to self-condemnation. •freely express your feelings, perceptions, and opinions without feeling out of place. •change your mind without having to justify your decision. •decide for yourself when to be assertive and when not o be, without feeling guilt. •ask for information or assistance without feeling inadequate or inferior. •do less than expected of you if it is the best that you can do. Apply these principles on a daily basis in your life and you will magically change your life and the lives of people you are touching. And remember that everyone else has these same twelve basic rights.
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Personnel issues dominate Haakon County Commissioner’s meeting
(Continued on page 2) 2011, special meeting were amended to reflect a different dollar amount regarding funds for the slide area project. The minutes from the December 6, 2011, meeting were approved with a correction in a legal description for land sold by R. Lee and Christy Smith, Jacksonville, Fla. The minutes of the January 3, 2012, meeting were approved. The board will meet in special session Tuesday, February 21, at 1:00 p.m. for the second redistricting hearing and to discuss department of equalization applications. The board’s next regular meeting is Tuesday, March 6, at 1:00 p.m.
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Church & Community
Moenville News
by Leanne Neuhauser • 567-3325
Greetings from beautiful northeast Haakon County! We are continuing to enjoy each and every day here, although I personally enjoy the warmer days more than the cooler ones. I had to break out the long underwear last weekend when the temperature dipped below zero for a couple of nights. This mild winter has made me soft! Calving season has started for some of us, so of course the weatherman is starting to predict some heavier, wetter snow for early next week. I guess we'll just have to wait and see what track the storm takes. So far this season, the storms have been south of us. There have been lots of robins in the yard, and the perennial plants are poking their heads through in my daugher-inlaw's flower bed in Spearfish. I doubt that winter is over yet, but birds and flowers are a sure sign that spring shouldn't be too far away! Speaking of calving, yesterday started off with one of the most dreaded words you can hear during calving season … prolapse. Hope the young mama is doing better today. And I hope you all had a happy Valentine's Day! It is a good time to let your loved ones know just how much you care … but then again, every day is a good time to do that. I had a nice visit this week with Irene Willoughby, and she is one proud grandma! She had the good fortune to ride to Mobridge last Wednesday with her son, Jeff, to attend the small group music contest held there. Several schools participate, and the students work hard to prepare for the competition. Irene's granddaughter, Joni, was one of the participants, and she did an awesome job! Joni sang a solo, was in a vocal duet and a vocal quartet, played a saxophone solo, and was in a woodwind quartet … all of which received superior ratings. The vocal ensemble of which she was a member received an excellent rating. Joni is a freshman at T.F. Rigg's High School in Pierre. It will be fun to watch her in coming years as she continues to develop her musical talents. Keep up the good work, Joni! Lola Roseth was in Chamberlain Monday and Tuesday for incident management classes again this week. Last Friday, Duane and Lola's son, Rhett, spent from Friday through Sunday at the ranch. Saturday evening, brother-in-law Larry Smith was a supper guest at the ranch cabin. Larry's wife, Linda, was working, so she wasn't able to join the group. Dick and Gene Hudson were in Whitewood Saturday to visit Son and Jean Keffeler. Jean is Dick's sister. Both Son and Jean have been dealing with some health issues lately. The foursome enjoyed lunch in Spearish and a tour of the area. The Hudson's returned home Saturday night. Sunday, they were in Pierre to attend visitation services for Genevieve Deal, mother of our former neighbor Mary Ann Fischer. Condolences to Mary Ann and the Deal family. Nels and Dorothy were in Pierre Wednesday to keep a dental appointment, and other than that they have been close to home. It sounds like Dorothy stays busy keeping the cats in line at her place. She said they have some strays that wandered in over the past couple of years, so now they are part of the family. There is one tomcat in particular who sounds like a bit of a bully, so Dorothy has to make sure that the cats are fed in separate places to ensure that they all get to eat. I'm sure the cats appreciate her efforts. Coreen Roseth was in Huron from Monday through Thursday of last week to attend the funeral of her uncle and spend time with her mother. Thursday night, Billy and Arlyne Markwed had a visit from Ed Briggs, and they enjoyed a nice visit and a game of cards. Sunday, Billy and Arlyne worked at an auction sale in Blunt. Arlyne prepared lunch for church, but since she wasn't able to attend, granddaughter Jeanine Gabriel served the lunch for her. Bill and Polly Bruce went to Ashton, S.D., to the home of their daughter, Linda, and her husband, Bob Lutter. Bob's father passed away last week, so Bill and Polly attended his funeral Saturday. They spent Saturday night and attended church in Redfield before returning home Sunday. While they were gone, sons David and Andy were at the ranch helping their brother, Vince, work on his new house and barn. It sounds like getting calving pens built has taken priority since calving season is fast approaching. Vince helped Cole Briggs build some pens Wednesday. Monday, Bill and Polly were in Eagle Butte for eye appointments. Clark and Carmen Alleman hosted Dick and Gene Hudson for supper Tuesday evening. Carmen is taking over church treasurer duties from Dick, so they took care of business and also enjoyed playing cards. Saturday, Carmen was in Pierre to attend granddaughter Morgan's swim meet. Clint and Laura Alleman have been busy with preparations for the upcoming Hayes play, which will be held the first weekend in March. Laura is the director this year, so Clint has daddy duty while Laura is gone. Wednesday, Clint, Laura and Alivya were in Rapid City. Laura's brother-in-law, Chris, is home on leave from Afghanistan, so they got to visit with him. On the way home from Rapid City, Clint, Laura, and Alivya visited with Grandpa Roy Roseth in Philip. Laura stopped in at Kirley Hall Saturday for a crafting session, and she got some supplies for making valentine mementos. Monday, Alivya wasn't feeling well, so they made a quick trip to the doctor to make sure it wasn't something serious … there has been so much sickness going around. Hope the little gal is feeling better. Shirley Halligan attended a birthday dinner party in town Thursday for friend and neighbor Reta Lathem. Kevin and Mary Neuhauser had daughters Sarah and Brianna home for the weekend. Sarah has finished her pharmacy rotation at Hot Springs and will be starting a rotation in Rapid City this week. While there, she will be staying with Jeff and Christie (Briggs) Hoffman. Christie is the daughter of Earl Briggs. Brianna had a job interview in Pierre over the weekend. Kevin was in Pierre Saturday to help with degree work at the Masonic Lodge. Mary Neuhauser's mother, Kathryn Schlecter, remains as a patient in Sioux Falls. She has had quite a winter dealing with health issues … I hope she'll improve and be able to go back home soon. Ruth Neuhauser said it has been a quiet week for her. She visited with her brother, Fred, on his birthday. Fred and his wife lived in California, but recently relocated to Virginia to be nearer to their children. When I spoke with Joyce Jones, she said her main activity recently has been getting data together in preparation for their annual tax accountant visit Tuesday. (That doesn't sound like the perfect way to celebrate Valentine's Day, but at least they will have it out of the way for another year.) Marge Briggs has also been busy working on tax information. She did, however, make time to compile the weather data for January 2012, so here it is: The high temperature for the month was 65˚ on the fifth. We had two days of 60˚ or above, and eight days of 50˚ or above. We also had seven days of 30˚ or below. The lowest maximum temperature for the month was 5˚ on the 19th. The low temperature for the month was -13˚ on the 17th, five times 0˚ or below, and nine times 10˚ or below. The average high for the month was 39˚, the average low was 15˚, and the average temperature for the month was 27˚. In comparison, during January 2011, the average high was 24˚, average low was 7˚, and the average temperature for the month was 15˚. So if you thought last year was quite a bit colder than this year, you were right! Precipitation for the month was .25”. Normal precipitation is .35”, leaving us .10” below normal for the month and for the year 2012. Marge measured 7” of very light fluffy snow during January. Our winter snow to date is 16”. Thanks, Marge, for compiling this information. Jon and Connie Johnson didn't have much news this week. Jon
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and the boys intended to go fishing over the weekend, but it was too cold, so the boys helped Jon with some work around the place. Avery took his brother, Noah, to BB gun practice at Kirley Hall Sunday. Chase and Kelly Briggs' daughter, Hailee, celebrated her third
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birthday this week. Happy birthday to her! Saturday, grandmothers and a cousin attended a party for Hailee. The kids have enjoyed these nice days … getting plenty of fresh air and sunshine. (continued on page 6)
= Obituaries =
Lawrence P. “Larry” Pfeifer, Jr.____________________
Larry and Helen purchased the Thunderbird Motel in 1972 and purchased the 73 Bar in 1975. They later sold these businesses to ranch full time. They ranched their entire married life. As a young man, Larry raced stock cars in Pierre, Rapid City, Miller and Huron. He had a lifelong passion for racing and cars in general. For years, he enjoyed collecting saddles, bits, spurs and had quite an extensive collection and enjoyed sharing their history. He enjoyed team roping at the 11-Mile and Philip roping arenas. He also really loved to play cards at the pool hall and later the Bad River Senior Citizen’s Center, and he never passed up an opportunity to play a practical joke which many can attest to. Larry and Helen loved to dance. They enjoyed many days and nights of dancing in the area until his body would not allow it any more. Truly blessed and grateful for sharing his life are his wife, Helen, of Philip; children, Mark Pfeifer and his wife, Deb, of Tulsa, Okla., Barbara Weaver and her husband, Danny, of Conroe, Texas, Danny Pfeifer and his wife, Malinda, of Sand Springs, Okla., Darrell Pfeifer and his wife, Sharon, of Tulsa, Okla., Delbert Pfeifer of Tulsa, Scott Pfeifer of Erie, Penn., Mary Burnett and her husband, David, of Philip, and Kelly Pfeifer and his wife, Ashley, of Mitchell; 13 grandchildren, Matthew Pfeifer, Kezia Weaver, Laura Pfeifer, Cody Pfeifer, Justin Pfeifer, Mitchell Pfeifer, Shae Pfeifer, Blaze Pfeifer, Melissa Holland, David Burnett, Keegan Burnett, Ethan Burnett, and Carver Denning; three greatgrandchildren, Ayden Noe, Jordan Noe and Luke Pfeifer; four brothers, George Pfeifer and his wife, Donna, of St. Maries, Idaho, Leo Pfeifer and his wife, Janet, of Lynn-wood, Wash., Roy Pfeifer and his wife, Margaret, of Philip, and Robert Lee “Barney” Pfeifer of Philip; one sister, Ella Mae Ketchum of Marysville, Wash.; and a host of other relatives and friends. Larry was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Melvin Pfeifer; and one sister, Elaine Williams. Visitation will be held from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, February 15, at the American Legion Hall in Philip, and one hour preceding the services on Thursday. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, February 16, at the American Legion Hall in Philip, with Father Kevin Achbach officiating. Music will be provided by Marilyn Millage, pianist, Roger Porch, vocalist, and Melissa Holland, vocalist. Ushers are Sonny LaBeau and Mark Radway. Pallbearers are Jim Bloom, Mark Buchholz, Mike Noteboom, Bill Slovek, Gary Stephenson, Jerry Neville, Dave Hemmingson, Bob Berry and Billy Markwed. Interment with military honors will be at the Masonic Cemetery in Philip. A memorial has been established. Arrangements are with the Rush Funeral Home of Philip. His online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Lawrence P. "Larry" Pfeifer, Jr., age 75, of Philip, S.D., died Monday, February 13, 2012, at the Rapid City Regional Hospital. Lawrence Peter Pfeifer, Jr., better known as Larry, was born during the Great Depression on May 18, 1936, at the family home near Philip. Larry was the fourth of eight children born to Lawrence and Marie (Hanson) Pfeifer. He grew up and attended school at Philip and joined the Army on February 2, 1956. Larry was united in marriage to Virginia Darden on November 13, 1957, in Lawton, Okla.; and to this union were born six children, Mark, Barbara, Danny, Darrell, Delbert and Scott. On July 13, 1968, Larry was united in marriage to Helen Solon in Philip, and to this union were born a daughter, Mary, and a son, Kelly. After returning from the service, Larry was a mechanic for Dorothy Brothers in Philip. Later he was a car salesman and part owner of the business as well.
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TRINITY LUTHERAN Pastor Frezil Westerlund Midland – 843-2538 SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:30 a.m. Ruth Circle: 3rd Tues. at 2 p.m. Nowlin Circle: Last Wed. at 9 a.m. Rebecca Circle: Last Wed. at 7 p.m. (Nov. thru Feb.); 6:30 p.m. (Mar. - Oct.) * * * * * * DEEP CREEK LUTHERAN Moenville – 843-2538 Pastor Frezil Westerlund SUNDAY WORSHIP: 1:30 p.m. (CT) ALCW: 3rd Thursday, 1:30 p.m. * * * * * * OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN Long Valley Pastor Frezil Westerlund Saturday Evening: 5:00 p.m. * * * * * * DOWLING COMMUNITY CHURCH Every Sunday in July Services at 10:00 a.m. followed by potluck dinner CONCORDIA LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Art Weitschat Kadoka – 837-2390 SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:00 a.m. * * * * * * OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH, Philip (605) 669-2406 • Murdo Pastor Ray Greenseth Sunday Worship Services: 1:00 p.m. * * * * * * OPEN BIBLE CHURCH • MIDLAND Pastor Andy Blye 843-2143 • facebook.com/midlandobc Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship Service: 10:30 a.m. Bible Study: Wed. at 7:30 p.m. Women’s Ministries: 2nd Thurs., 1:30
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ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN CHURCH 10 miles SE of Midland • Pastor Glenn Denke • 462-6169 Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m. (CT) Sunday School: 10 a.m. CT Sunday Bible Study: 10 a.m. * * * * * * PHILIP COMMUNITY EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip – 859-2841 Sunday School – 9:15 a.m. Sunday Services – 10:30 a.m. Last Sunday of the month – potluck dinner following church services Last Monday of the month – Evangelical Ladies Service/Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Wed. Night Prayer & Bible Study: 7 p.m. Everyone Welcome!! * * * * * * HARDINGROVE COMMUNITY EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip 859-2841 • garyaw@aol.com Worship Service: 8:00 a.m. • Children's Church: 8:30 a.m. Ladies’ Aid - 2nd Thurs. at 7:00 p.m. Bible Study & Prayer, Mondays at 7 p.m. * * * * * * UNITED CHURCH OF PHILIP Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310 Home: 859-2192 • E-mail: chez@gwtc.net Sunday Worship: 9:00 a.m. UCW meets 2nd Friday at 9:30 a.m. * * * * * * FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF INTERIOR Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310 E-mail: chez@gwtc.net Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m.
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) * * * * * *
TWO MINUTES With The Bible
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CHRIST THE SON OF GOD
by Cornelius R. Stam
St. Paul opens his Epistle to the Romans by stating that the Lord Jesus Christ was "declared to be the Son of God with power," or "powerfully declared to be the Son of God... by the resurrection from the dead" (1:4). In Psa. 2:7, we have Christ, in prophecy, saying: "I will declare the decree: the Lord hath said unto Me, Thou art My Son; this day have I begotten Thee." Our Lord was, of course, eternally one with the Father, but the word "begotten" here comes from Israel's laws, referring to the time when the child was officially declared to be the father's full-grown son. But what day was He referring to? On what day did the Father officially proclaim: "This day have I begotten Thee"? The answer is found in Acts 13:33, where the Apostle states that God "raised up Jesus again; as it is also written in the second Psalm: Thou art My Son, this day have I begotten Thee." So our Lord was officially -- and powerfully -- declared to be the Son of God at His resurrection from the dead. But what did Paul mean in II Tim. 2:7,8, where he said: Consider what I say; and the Lord give thee understanding in all things. Remember that Jesus Christ, of the seed of David, was raised from the dead ACCORDING TO MY GOSPEL." The answer is that the twelve had proclaimed Christ as the Son of David, to sit on David's throne. Theirs was "the gospel of the kingdom." But when the King and His kingdom were rejected, God raised up another apostle, Paul, to proclaim "the gospel of the grace of God" (Acts 20:24). Christ was, indeed, raised from the dead to sit on David's throne, and this will yet come to pass, but Paul has a message for us, here and now: that Christ was raised from the dead to certify our justification and to become the Head of "the Church which is His Body."
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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Sports & Accomplishments
Philip Area District 7B wrestling champs
The Philip Area wrestling grapplers outpaced six other contenders for the District 7B Wrestling Tournament title. Philip totaled up 186.5 points for the title. Hot Springs was their closest competition with 168.5 points. Third through seventh were Custer - 146, Bennett County 104.5, St. Thomas More - 60, Hill City - 57, and Red Cloud - 27.
Nick Donnelly, 106 lbs., 1st place, record 25-7 •bye •technical fall over Ryan Krump (STM), 16-1 •major decision over Brice Harkless (HS), 12-3 Jed Brown, 113 lbs., 3rd place, record 2114 •pinned Amanda Standing Bear (RC), 1:13 •decision by Miles Kirk (CUS), 8-11 •major decision over Tate Petrak (BC), 112 •decision over Josh Simunek (HS), 6-2 Grady Carley, 120 lbs., 3rd place, record 18-17 •bye •pinned by Chasen Cole (CUS), 3:43 •pinned Yuichi Kokawa (RC), 2:26 •pinned Westley Greenough (HS), 4:51 Raedon Anderson, 126 lbs., 4th place, record 7-18 •pinned Josh Twiss (RC), 3:39 •pinned by Sam Ireland (BC), :38 •bye •decision by Tabin Elmore (CUS), 2-6 Lane Blasius, 132 lbs., 1st place, record 22-2 •bye •bye •pinned Jake Oberpiller (HS), 2:49 Reed Johnson, 138 lbs., 1st place, record 23-12 •bye •pinned Brent O’Dell (HS), 1:12 •pinned Justin Harless (HS), 5:59 Chandlier Sudbeck, 145 lbs., 2nd place, record 25-8 •bye •pinned Jackson Mossman (HS), 1:11 •pinned by Dylan Severyn (CUS), 5:30 Clint Stout, 152 lbs., 1st place, record 277 •bye •pinned Casey Seidler (CUS), 1:42 •pinned Jarek Harless (HS), 3:05 Tanner Radway, 160 lbs., 3rd place, record 16-10 0 •pinned Jon Hansen (STM), 1:24 •technical fall to Brady Harkless (HS), 16•bye •major decision over Seth Ireland (BC) 157 Chance Knutson, 170 lbs., 2nd place, record 11-4 •bye •decision over Lincoln Whirlwind Horse (BC), 12-7 foreit to Tanner Eisland (CUS) Roger Davis, 182 lbs., record 6-18 •pinned by Witt Dobesh, (STM), 1:03 •bye •pinned by Tyrell O’Donnel (RC), :45 Logan Ammons, 195 lbs., 2nd place, record 12-10 •bye •pinned Bernard Mabin (HS) 1:14 •pinned by Clay Seidler (CUS), 3:14 Gavin DeVries, 220 lbs., 2nd place, record 13-15 •bye •pinned Todd VanderMay (BC), 1:32 •pinned by Jim Greene (HS), 2:42
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The top four wrestlers in each weight division advance to Region 4B action in Mobridge, February 18. The State B Wrestling Tournament is in Rapid City February 2425.
Each year in memory of Chris Lurz his family honors an outstanding wrestler from the District 7B Wrestling Tournament. This year’s winner was Clint Stout a member of the Philip Area team. Clint is the son of Jerry and Annie Stout and a junior at Kadoka Area High School. This is the 13th and last time this award will be given out, as the state is doing away with district wrestling tournaments after this year, so the family decided not to continue the award. Pictured from left are: Kenny Lurz, Kannan Lurz, Clint Stout, Dustin and Dymond Lurz, Janet Lurz, Cylver Lurz and Kendra Swaney. Photo by Deb Smith
Chris Lurz Memorial Award ...
Logan Ammons Nick Donnelly
February 11 in Philip.
District champs ... The Philip Area wrestling team celebrates their victory after the district tournament Saturday,
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Gavin DeVries Tanner Radway
Raedon Anderson Grady Carley Chance Knutson Roger Davis
Chandlier Sudbeck
Jed Brown Reed  Johnson
Clint Stout Outstanding female athlete ...
Miranda Meeker was honored as an outstanding female athlete during the 26th annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day. Meeker, a junior from Spearfish is the granddaughter of Jerry and Sonia Nemec, Midland. She is a three-sport athlete competing in volleyball, basketball and track. She is a first team all-conference performer in volleyball, a three-year starter in basketball and a state champion (4x400 relay) in track. Courtesy photo
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Philip Lady Scotties triumph over Bison
Tournament runners-up
... The Philip team placed second in the Junior High Conference Tournament held in White River, Saturday, February 4. Shown, back row, from left: head coach Branden West, Jace Giannonatti, Keegan Burnett, Jacob Kammerer, Riley Heltzel, Clayton Fosheim, Colton Alfrey and assistant coach Brad Kuckenbecker. Front: Braden Pulman, Garrett Snook, Logan Hand, Nathan Kreft and Coy Kramer. Photo by Blake Lehman
“Title IX at 40: In it for the long run” theme of National Girls and Women in Sports Day
In early February, thousands of sports educators, coaches, athletic directors, recreation directors, association members, sponsors, students and parents across the country showed their support of the 25th annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day. This year’s theme is “Title IX at 40: In it for the long run.” Philip High School used halftime during the Thursday evening, February 9, girls’ basketball game to especially honor senior female athletes who exemplify the qualities of excellence in sport skills, leadership, self-discipline and perseverance. Those five were Audra Antonsen, Sayde Slovek, Misty Johnson, Josie Guptill and LaRae Van Tassel. The South Dakota High School Activities Association sent certificates of athletic achievement to each school. The method of selecting these individuals, as well as the time of presentation, was up to those schools. National Girls and Women in Sports Day began in 1987 as a day to remember Olympic volleyball player Flo Hyman for her athletic achievements and her work to ensure equality for women’s sports. National Girls and Women in Sports Day has evolved into a day to acknowledge sports achievements, sports participation and equality and access for women in sports. Female participation in high school sports has soared to The Philip Lady Scotties hosted, and defeated, the Bison Lady Cardinals, Thursday, February 9. The game started cautiously, with a minute and a half off of the clock in the first quarter before the first point was made, a field goal by Philip. After over another minute of play, the Scotties sank another basket, and then another. Bison finally got to put one point on the scoreboard, a free throw. The second quarter began with a jolt when a foul allowed Bison to
It’s a jump ball already! ... Above, Philip’s Bailey Radway, left, and Ariana Arampatzis battle a Bison Cardinal for the basketball. Left, this Philip Lady Scottie was de termined to get the rebound, Bison top scorers: Carrie Schalesky – hands down. 8, Lindsey Hendrickson – 7, Stephanie Photos by Kolb – 3, Lenae McKinstry and Charlotte Johnson – 2 each Del Bartels
get another free throw point before the clock could tick off even one second. Philip then upped the pace and held it for the rest of the game. The Lady Scotties stayed in the double digits for each of the remaining quarters, while holding the Bison Cardinals to single digit scores. Philip 8 14 15 12 = 49 Bison 1 8 8 6 = 23
Philip top scorers: Josie Guptill – 14, Hanna Hostutler – 8, Bailey Radway – 6, Jordyn Dekker – 5.
Honored ... All female athletes are honored on National Girls and Women in Sports Day. Those Philip High School seniors especially honored are, from left: Audra Antonsen, Sayde Slovek, Misty Johnson, Josie Guptill and LaRae Van Tassel.
more than three million. In college, it has grown from 16,000 in 1986 to more than 180,000 today. National Girls and Women in Sports Day is jointly organized by the National Girls and Women in Sport Coalition. The coalition combines five premiere organizations serving girls and women in the United States – Girl Scouts of the USA, Girls Incorporated, the National Association for Girls and Women in Sports, National Women’s Law Center and the Women’s Sports Foundation. Collectively, these organizations have a membership of 5.5 million girls and women.
Lady Scotties drop one basket to Coyotes
The Philip Lady Scotties hosted the Jones County Coyotes, Tuesday, February 7. In a relatively low scoring game, the Scotties held the lead by one field goal in the first quarter. That dissolved by halftime with Jones County almost doubling Philip’s first half score, 7-13. The second half began in close play, with the Scotties slipping backward by another point. In the final quarter, Philip transformed the game into a cliffhanger by coming back to within one field goal of tying the final score. Philip 5 2 6 9 = 22 Jones Co. 3 10 7 4 = 24
Philip scorers: Holly Iwan and Jordyn Dekker – 6 each, Josie Guptill and Bailey Radway – 4 each, Hanna Hostutler – 2. Jones County top scorers: Madison Mathews – 7, Trait Thorne – 5, Emiley Nies – 4. Field goals: Philip – 31% (10 of 32). Free throws: Philip – 29% (2 of 7), Jones County – 43% (6 of 14). Rebounds: Philip – 33, Jones County – 22. Philip leaders: Guptill – 11, Radway and Dekker – 7 each, Iwan – 3. Turnovers: Philip – 26, Jones County – 16. Team fouls: Philip – 13, Jones County – 10. Tyanna Gottsleben – 2 each, Hostutler – 1. Jones County top scorers: Garline Boni – 8, Rachel Buxcel and Jessie Harrison – 7 each. Field goals: Philip – 21% (7 of 34). Free throws: Philip – 12.5% (1 of 8), Jones County – 33% (2 of 6). Rebounds: Philip – 21, Jones County – 25. Philip leaders: T. Guptill – 7, Knutson – 5, Cvach – 3, Peyton DeJong – 2. Turnovers: Philip – 19, Jones County – 17. Team fouls: Philip – 6, Jones County – 8.
The Philip junior varsity also won their match. The Lady Scotties grabbed the lead, and held their opponents to only two points in the first quarter. The second quarter saw a widening of the Philip lead. The beginning of the second half actually went to the Cardinals by one point. Philip diminished its rate of scoring in the final quarter, but still outpaced Bison. Philip 13 10 10 6 = 39 Bison 2 6 11 4 = 23
Field goals: Philip – 42% (26 of 62). Free throws: Philip – 38% (13 of 34), Bison – 50% (13 of 26). Three pointers: Philip – (0 of 1) Rebounds: Philip – 37, Bison – 43. Philip leaders: Dekker – 10, Ariana Arampatzis – 7, Radway – 4. Turnovers: Philip – 21, Bison – 42. Team fouls: Philip – 23, Bison – 22. Fouled out: Bison – Hendrickson and Sydney Arneson.
The junior varsity contest was not as close. The Lady Scotties struggled offensively and defensively, but could not out-score their opponents. At the end of each of the quarters, the Coyotes had simply widened their lead. Philip 5 2 6 2 = 15 Jones Co. 11 5 10 3 = 29
Philip scorers: Justina Cvach – 6, Katlin Knutson – 4, Tia Guptill and
Philip top scorers: Tia Guptill – 20, Hostutler – 8, Brett Carley – 4. Bison top scorers: Marranda Hulm – 6, Kimberly Peck, Kolb and Elyssa Veal – 4 each, Tessa Kopren – 3. Field goals: Philip – 31% (17 of 55). Free throws: Philip – 19% (3 of 16), Bison – 33% (1 of 3). Rebounds: Philip – 44, Bison – 36. Philip leaders: Katlin Knutson and Carley – 6 each, T. Guptill and Ta’Te Fortune – 5 each. Turnovers: Philip – 23, Bison – 42. Team fouls: Philip – 12, Bison – 16.
Philip League Bowling
Monday Nite Mixed Groven Chemical ......................20-12 Rockers......................................19-13 Shad’s Towing...........................17-15 Badland’s Auto..........................17-15 Dakota Bar................................15-17 Handrahan Const .......................8-24 Highlights: Bryan Buxcel..223 & 214 both clean, ...............................................201/638 Jason Petersen .4-5-10 & 3-10 splits; ...............................................217/603 Neal Petersen ..............214 clean/538 Mike Groven..........................193/510 Harvey Byrd..........................154/420 Patty Groven ........................5-7 split Carl Brown ...................3-10 split x 2 Tuesday Men’s Early People’s Mkt................................16-8 Kennedy Imp.............................14-10 Kadoka Tree Service.................13-11 G&A Trenching.........................12-12 Bear Auto ..................................12-12 Cork’s.........................................11-13 George’s Welding ......................10-14 Wild Hogs....................................8-16 Highlights: Steve Varner .........................218/601 Alex Moos ......................215, 205/591 Cory Boyd ..............................222/581 Tony Gould ...................................571 Alvin Pearson........................213/564 Matt Schofield .....216 clean, 203/562 Fred Foland...........................219/526 Wendell Buxcel ............................515 Pat Birkimer...............3-10 split; 505 James Mansfield ..........3-10 split x 2 J.T. Jakeway.......................3-10 split Wednesday Morning Coffee All Star Auto ...............................25-7 Jolly Ranchers ..........................19-13 Invisibles ...................................18-14 State Farm Ins..........................16-16 Cutting Edge Salon ............14.5-17.5 Ghost Team...........................3.5-28.5 Highlights: Donna King...........4-5-7 & 5-6 splits; ...............................................177/504 Marsha Sumpter...................185/493 Karen Foland ........................168/491 Jackie Shull...........................193/467 Debbie Gartner...........3-10 split; 182 Wednesday Nite Early Dorothy’s Catering .....................20-8 Wall Food Center......................18-10 Chiefie’s Chicks ........................16-12 99 Pins.......................................16-12 Just Tammy’s............................12-16 Morrison’s Haying ....................11-17 Dakota Bar................................10-18 First National Bank ...................9-19 Highlights: Dani Herring.........................150/411 Diana Stewart .......5-7 split; 180/480 Lee Sundall.................3-10 split; 184 Stacey Schulz ...............................412 Alicia Heathershaw .....................311 Annette Hand.............................. 150 Cristi Ferguson .....................185/486 Val Schulz ....................................175 Janet Theye..................................172 Christi Michael...........3-10 split; 171 Emily Schofield ....................5-7 split Rhonda McLaughlin...........3-10 split Emily Kroetch ......................2-7 split Thursday Nite Men’s WEE BADD.................................13-7 A&M Laundry.............................11-9 McDonnell Farms .......................11-9 The Steakhouse ..........................11-9 Coyle’s SuperValu.....................10-10 O’Connell Construction ............10-10 Dakota Bar..................................8-12 West River Pioneer Tanks .........6-14 Highlights: Dane Hellekson.....................211/527 Jan Bielmeier........................255/615 Steve McDonnell ...........224, 222/601 Jack Heinz.............................225/610 Brian Pearson......................5-7 split; .....................................245 clean/564 Doug Hauk ............................216/551 Dean Schulz................3-10 split; 200 Harlan Moos..........................222/597 Matt Schofield .............221 clean/592 Bryan Buxcel.........................221/585 Nathan Kjerstad ..........................223 Alvin Pearson ......3-10 split; 205/557 Jason Petersen.....9-10 & 3-10 splits; ......................................................211 Jordan Kjerstad....................5-7 split Wendell Buxcel..................4-5-7 split Neal Petersen .....................3-10 split Mark Foland .......................3-10 split Friday Nite Mixed Roy’s Amigos .............................21-11 King Pins...................................17-15 Rusty Spurs ..............................17-15 Cristi’s Crew .......................16.5-15.5 Rowdy Rollers .....................16.5-15.5 Randy’s Spray Service..............16-16 Hart to Hart..............................15-17 Ghost Team.................................9-19 Highlights: Deb Neville............................173/426 Bart Guptill ..........5-7 & 5-7-9 splits; ...............................................201/540 Brian Pearson .......................225/595 John Heltzel.............5-7 & 7-8 splits; .............................209, 193 clean/557 Ed Morrison.......................3-10 split; .....................................203 clean/542 Michael Schofield ....6-7 & 5-6 splits; ......................................................200 Randy Boyd ..................................519 Lucas Mayfield.............................501 Kelly Fees.....................................176 Annette Hand...............................150 Duane Hand .........5-10 split x 2; 563 Alvin Pearson ........6-7 & 3-10 splits; .....................................196 clean/561 Cory Boyd ..............................212/548 Trina Brown .................................181 Roy Miller .............................4-5 split
Philip High School
January 2011 Students of the Month
AAU wrestlers compete in area meets
Local AAU wrestlers have been hitting the mats at area competitions. Lincoln Koehn participated in the Lead/Deadwood tournament on February 4 where he placed first. Twenty wrestlers attended the meet in Ft. Pierre February 5. Receiving first place were Bosten Morehart, Stratton Morehart, Reece Heltzel, Keagan Fitch, Kaylor Pinney, Hunter Peterson, Cody Donnelly and McCoy Peterson. Second place went to Pedro Dennis, Colby Fitch, Jensen Fitch, Ethan Burnett, Jesse Hostutler, Sawyer Smith and Koehn. Earning third place honors were Victor Dennis, Eastan West, Brit Morrison and Bryan Letellier. Ryker Peterson placed fourth. The February 12 meet in Pierre saw 18 Philip wrestlers compete. At this tournament the boys were able to wrestle some kids from the other side of the state that they normally wouldn't see until the state tournament. First places were earned by K. Fitch and Tukker Boe. Taking second were H.Peterson and Morrison. Third went to Cash Wilson, B. Morehart, S. Morehart, J. Fitch and Koehn. In fourth were P. Dennis, V. Dennis and Smith. M. Peterson placed fifth. R. Peterson placed sixth. Other wrestlers that went but were unable to continue included Gage Ravellette, C. Fitch, Parker Snyder and Levi Williams.
Shelby Schofield – junior Has an upbeat attitude. Is helpful and is always willing to lend a hand. Earns good grades and shows a desire to do well in class.
Quade Slovek – junior Sets good example. Supportive of classmates in classroom and as student athlete. Works hard on all assignments. Demonstrates desire to be successful. Positive. Enjoyable to be around. Great sense of humor.
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Philip could not stop Lyman
The Philip Scotties boys’ basketball team returned from Presho, Friday, February, 10, with a loss to the Lyman Raiders. Philip gained points in an attempt to come back in the fourth quarter, but could not make up the difference. Philip 7 13 6 20 = 46 Lyman 17 18 22 13 = 70
Blocks: Philip – 2. Philip leader: Hook – 2. Turnovers: Philip – 24. Team fouls: Philip – 23, Lyman – 18. Fouled out: Philip – O’Dea.
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Philip scorers: Thomas Doolittle – 16, Paul Guptill and Gunner Hook – 6 each, Quade Slovek – 5, Nelson Holman, Tristen Rush and Brody Jones – 3 each, Tate DeJong and Cassidy Schnabel – 2 each. Lyman scorers: Jaylen Uthe and Hunter Schindler – 12 each, Charlie LaRoche, Stetsen Eriksen and Jaelani Uthe – 10 each, Trey Mundlien – 9, Emmitt Houchin – 5, Ryder Schweitzer – 2. Field goals: Philip – 34% (11 of 32), Lyman sank 21. Free throws: Philip – 45% (19 of 20), Lyman – 53% (16 of 30). Three pointers: Philip – 36% (5 of 14), Lyman sank 4. Rebounds: Philip – 25. Philip leaders: Hook – 6, DeJong – 4, Colter Cvach, Doolittle and Slovek – 3 each, Guptill and Gavin Brucklacher – 2 each, Kyle Schulz, Schnabel and Wyatt Schaack – 1 each. Assists: Philip – 10. Philip leaders: Austin O’Dea – 3, Cvach – 2, Doolittle, Schulz, DeJong and Rush – 1 each. Steals: Philip – 5. Philip leaders: Doolittle – 2, Holman, Hook and DeJong – 1 each.
Philip scorers: Holman – 14, Schaack – 10, Slovek – 8, Rush – 6, Guptill – 5, Marcus Martinez – 4, Kruse Bierle – 3, Blake Martinez, Brucklacher and Schnabel – 2 each. Lyman top scorers: Alec Terca – 11, Houchin – 5, Mundlien, Eric Terca and Austin Eppard – 4 each, Schweitzer and Haydon Cleveland – 2 each. Field goals: Philip – 38% (24 of 53), Lyman sank 9. Free throws: Philip – 37% (7 of 19), Lyman – 18% (4 of 22). Three pointers: Philip – 33% (3 of 9). Rebounds: Philip – 38. Leaders: Guptill – 7, Schnabel – 6, B. Martinez, Bierle and M. Martinez – 4 each, Rush and Slovek – 3 each, Brucklacher, Brayden Fitch and Schaack – 2 each, Todd Antonsen – 1. Assists: Philip – 14. Philip leaders: B. Martinez, Guptill, Jones and Rush – 2 each, Holman, Ben Stangle, Brucklacher, Slovek, Schnabel and Schaack – 1 each. Steals: Philip – 11. Philip leaders: B. Martinez, Holman, Guptill, Rush and Schnabel – 2 each, Slovek – 1. Turnovers: Philip – 17. Team fouls: Philip – 19, Lyman – 17.
The Philip junior varsity team won their match, 56-32. Philip 15 6 14 11 = 56 Lyman 7 8 6 11 = 32
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