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Pioneer Review, January 26, 2012

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A Publication of Ravellette Publications, Inc., Philip, South Dakota 57567. The Official Newspaper of Haakon County, South Dakota. Copyright 1981.
Book read about communities keeping their young people sponsored by Philip Horizons
The South Dakota State University Cooperative Extension Service is recruiting 20 small towns to engage in discussing the future of education in their communities. One of those towns is Philip, with Mary Burnett as the contact for Philip Horizons. The tool that will be used is the book, “Hollowing Out the Middle: The Rural Brain Drain and What it Means for America” by Patrick J. Carr and Maria J. Kefalas. It is the report of the study of what one small town in Iowa has done and not done with the way it educated its youth. The authors concluded that if the community did not change current community behaviors, it would continue to contribute to its own demise. To participate in the community book read, communities agree to read the book and participate in a group discussion of how the book compares with the area of education in their own community. Burnett said, “The SDSU Extension service has provided books for us. We are just hoping that people will read the book and pass it on. Tentatively, we have planned to have the book discussion in midFebruary. I have the books here in my office and people can pick them up until they are gone. I’m also going to take some to the library.” A representative of the Extension service will be the discussion facilitator. “They are easy to read books. I thought we should take a chance. What’s it going to hurt to read it?” said Burnett. To get a copy of the book, or for more information, contact Burnett at the First National Agency. The study points out how the imbalance in use of the community’s educational resources that urge students out of the community while neglecting high school graduates who stay. Some graduates returned right after college and a few returned when in their 30s after developing careers. However, the community did little to attract
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them. The authors grouped the high school graduates into four types: Achievers – those who were programmed out of the community, Seekers – those who wanted to get out of town and see the world, Stayers – those who remained, didn’t receive postsecondary education, and had limited income opportunities, Returners – those who received postsecondary education and came back to a family business or farm, and those who had children and wanted to raise them in a small town environment. The community book read is part of a research project being conducted jointly by the Extension Service, the Department of Political Science and the Department of Sociology to increase community civic engagement and learn more about what makes communities sustainable. It has been approved by the Internal Review Office of South Dakota State University. by Del Bartels “The number of years doesn’t mean that much after a while, there’s so many other things,” said Jewel Coverdale whose 100-year birthday will be Monday, January 30. Jewel was born in Haakon County, January 30, 1912, approximately two miles from where her son, Bob, and his family live today. Her son, Wayne lives in Rapid City. Her third son, Joe, is deceased. “I just live another day and the next one comes,” said Coverdale. She watches very little television, “I suppose I’m too far behind time, or too far ahead of time.” When she was younger, “We read the newspapers all the time, and I think we knew a lot more then.” A mother of three, a grandmother of 11 and a great-grandmother of one, Jewel was a teacher for many years. She can still quote from memory almost every nursery rhyme that she has ever heard. She recalled her own mother’s wisdom. “My mother was educated. Some people wanted to make other people think they were smart. She could teach others without them knowing it,” she said. According to Jewel, that included Jewel’s father. “She really liked him and I think that made it work.” Jewel has two sisters and a brother, all deceased now. Jewel married Art Coverdale, who came with his family when he was three to Haakon County in 1905. The two farmed and ranched all their lives. “I don’t remember all that much, that’s why they write things down,” said Jewel. Yet, she also said, “I remember a lot of things, I guess, farming and ranching.” “Usually, if you are on a ranch or farm, you can eat, but don’t eat too much. Weigh yourself and skip that extra glass of milk,” advised Jewel. “I never eat a lot of anything. If somebody brings something, I taste it and thank them.
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Jewel Coverdale to be 100 years young
Family members will help Jewel Coverdale celebrate her 100year birthday. “I just live another day and the next one comes,” said Jewel. Though her actual birthday is January 30, the celebration will be Saturday, January 28, from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m., at the Philip Nursing Home. Pictured left is Jewel now. Below is her high school graduation photo. Usually people bring me very good things, but sometimes I see if the dog likes it.” “You have to get people to like you, without them knowing you are changing them. Do what is right because it is right, not because someone thinks it is right or wrong,” was more advice from Jewel. Jewel’s outlook on growing older is an outgoing one, “Sometimes you don’t think it’s very good, but you realize it’s other people. Eat, drink and be merry; you have to decide things not only for yourself,” and “Day by day, but remember there is another day and another person.” Jewel has a simple way of getting along with people, “Sometimes people don’t want you to know their business; sometimes they don’t have any business.” Some of Jewel’s family members will not be able to make her actual birthday, though they visited Jewel in Philip a few months ago. Jewel
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Philip High School’s one-act comedy “Crisis Inc.” advances to state competition
and other members of her family will be celebrating her birthday Saturday, January 28, from 2:304:00 p.m., at the Philip Nursing Home, where Jewel lives.
Ag-tax values to increase at a faster pace
by Bob Mercer Community News Service Assessed values of farm and ranch lands in many parts of South Dakota would be allowed to increase or decrease at a much faster rate for property tax purposes, under legislation that gained widespread approval Friday, January 20, from the state House of Representatives. The plan, which now moves to the Senate for consideration, is an attempt to smooth the transition from a system that was based on market values to a one that reflects productivity and soil types. The legislation would allow annual increases and decreases ranging as high as 15 to 25 percent for cropland and non-cropland. The current law limits those changes to no more than 10 percent per year. The problem that developed in recent years is 10 percent is not sufficient for adjusting assessed values fast enough in many counties, especially on much of the cropland. The fear among legislators is many landowners would face extremely large increases in 2018 when the 10 percent cap is set to expire. The new plan would set a range of caps – 10 percent, 15 percent and 25 percent – depending upon how far behind a county is in its adjustments. The plan also would extend the transition period by two more years so the caps would not expire until 2020. House members voted 56-8 in support of the changes. The legislation, House Bill 1003, was the product of the state’s agricultural land assessment implantation and oversight advisory task force that was established years ago by the legislature to guide the agricultural-income approach into effect. Rep. Paul Dennert, D-Columbia, led the debate in favor of the legislation Friday. He had brought a generally similar plan in the 2011 session. House members supported it then but senators were not comfortable moving forward with it, because Dennert hadn’t taken it through the task force. After reviewing the 2011 statistics, the task force decided his concept had merit. Dennert showed House members Friday that non-cropland in Brown County was behind about four percent while cropland was behind by 73 percent. He said that after two years the 10 percent cap on increases is too little. “It’s an equalization issue,” he said. He acknowledged he is not totally in favor of the additional two years, but said he is willing to “take half a loaf.” Rep. Kim Vanneman, R-Ideal, said the House committee on agriculture was unanimous Thursday in endorsing passage. “This is a very complicated system,” she said. “We have to remember this is statewide, and it does take state equalization.” Rep. Steve Street, D-Revillo, said the 10 percent cap was unfairly limiting the changes. “The quicker we can get implemented, the fairer it will be,” he said. The legislation was opposed by a smattering of Republicans including the House majority leader, David Lust, Rapid City, and the assistant majority leader, Justin Cronin, Gettysburg. Others voting against it included David Novstrup, Aberdeen, Mark Venner, Pierre, Lance Russell, Hot Springs, Mike Verchio, Hill City, Brian Liss, Sioux Falls, and Laura Hubbel, Sioux Falls. The legislature had shifted away from using market values for assessing agricultural land because there were not sufficient sales meeting the criteria necessary to get an accurate read of the market in many counties. A result was wide variations county to county in values used for taxation.
the one-act comedy are, back row, from left: Gavin Snook, Trey DeJong, Kelsie Kroetch, Quade Slovek, Marcus Martinez, Brad Pfeifle, Josh Quinn and director Laura O’Connor. Front: Sam Stangle, Stirling Ellens, Lane Scott, Allison Stahl, Shelby Schofield, Brooke Nelson and Rachel Parsons. Photo by Deb Smith by Del Bartels Panic has its ranges. It can drastically transform a calm, almost bored receptionist. It can be heard in the booming voice of a wired counselor. It can be felt in the jittery nervousness of a client. But in all its various forms, it can be laughed at by the audience. The comedy “Crisis Inc.” is the selection that the Philip drama group performed at the Region VIIB one-act play contest in Pierre, January 18. Out of the six schools represented, Wall and Philip earned the top two honors, and will compete at the state play festival in Aberdeen, February 2-4. Wall will perform on Thursday and Philip will perform on Saturday. “The cast of Crisis, Inc. did a great job on stage at the region contest. They had a blast entertaining the audience as well as the judges. I am extremely proud of their hard work,” said director Laura O’Connor. “It was very rewarding for me to see the beaming smiles on their faces when they learned they were one of the two top plays of the region. They have definitely earned the trip to the state festival. Our region spans from Rapid City to Plankinton, so there were six other schools with excellent plays. It was a tough competition.” O’Connor continued, “Trey DeJong received an outstanding performer award at the Region VII-B contest, though the judges had lots of praise for the other cast members.” Before the state festival, the Wall and Philip casts will give two performances each in front of live audiences, Sunday, January 29. The first will be in Philip in the Fine Arts Building at 2:30 p.m. Wall High School will present “There’s Something Rotten in the State of Denmark,” followed by Philip High School performing “Crisis, Inc.” Both casts will then go to Wall, where, starting at 6:00, p.m., Philip High School will present its one-act play, followed by Wall High School presenting its play. There will be a free-will offering
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at both schools for admission. Proceeds will go toward additional royalty fees as well as money for travel to the state festival. Philip’s cast includes Shelby Schofield, who plays a usually calm receptionist. Brooke Nelson is a student in a panic over a final exam on artificial insemination. Brad Pfeifle is a loud, coffee-addicted counselor. Lane Scott plays a counselor who lives on the phone, while Rachel Parsons portrays another counselor learning from the best. Trey DeJong’s and Kelsie Kroetch’s characters unknowingly blame the other as being the cause of each other’s crisis. Allison Stahl plays a very strong-willed client who’s shipping company is really the cause of the problem. Amongst the chaos on stage, Sam Stangle plays someone just trying to present a bill. Others actors who hilariously panic instantly on demand are Quade Slovek, Josh Quinn, Gavin Snook, Marcus Martinez, Stirling Ellens and Wyatt Johnson. Running lights for the Philip play is William Coyle.
Free tax preparation aid in Philip
Starting Tuesday, January 31, and continuing every Tuesday through April 10, free tax preparation aid will be offered at the Bad River Senior Citizen’s Center in Philip. This confidential service is open to all residents of Haakon County and the surrounding area. Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome. Hours will be from 9:00 to noon. These free services will also be available in Kadoka at the Jackson County Library on Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to noon, starting February 2. Bob McDaniel can be reached to set up appointments and for more information at 859-2227. McDaniel is an experienced tax preparer, who has annually volunteered to provide this service sponsored by AARP. He has received training and is certified by the Internal Revenue Service. The computer software used is also provided by the IRS. Tax filers are requested to bring their Social Security card, identification, W-2 forms, Social Security statement, education expenses, dependent care expenses and other documents relating to income or expenses, information on dependents, bank routing and account numbers for direct deposit of refund. A copy of last year’s tax return would be helpful. The tax returns that McDaniel prepares include 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ with schedules A, B,C-EZ, D, dependent care, earned income credit and education credits. All tax returns are electrotonically transmitted (E-filed) and, with direct deposit refunds, can be received in less than two weeks. The AARP-sponsored tax-aide program is available to all taxpayers, with special attention to people age 60 or older. There are no age or income limits for people wishing to take advantage of this free service. AARP policy prohibits the preparation of more complex returns that include items such as rental income and depreciation. If a taxpayer’s situation exceeds any of McDaniel’s perimeters, he will advise the client of that.
Record high local temperatures set in January
This January has seen local high and low temperatures that have kept the coffee-shop talk about the weather interesting. Susan Sanders is the warning coordination meteorologist for the National Weather Service out of Rapid City. She stated, “We have a lot of data from the automated weather station at the Philip airport on our climate page: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/climate/i ndex.php?wfo=unr. The preliminary monthly climate data has all the data for a month. As far as long-term all-time records, our records go back to 1941, but there's a gap from 1984 to 1995.” Sanders continued, “The January extremes, before this month, are 73 on January 8, 2002, and -35 on January 21, 1949. For greatest temperature extremes in one month, January 1968 had a high of 65 degrees on the 24th and low of 28 on the 3rd for a difference of 93 degrees in three weeks. So the 88 degree difference this month is pretty amazing.” January 6, 2012, there was very warm air over the northern plains that shattered high temperature records during the first week of January. Temperatures warmed from the middle 50s to lower 60s on Tuesday, January 3, into the 60s to mid 70s by Thursday, January 5. Four stations set all-time monthly high temperatures for January. While neither Rapid City station reached their warmest January day, both the stations recorded the earliest 70 degrees, three days ahead of the previous date of January 8, 2002, when the National Weather Service office reached 73 degrees and the airport had a maximum of 72 degrees. New daily and previous records: Tuesday, January 3, 2012 Badlands National Park – 60 degrees, 59 in 2003. Wednesday, January 4 Cottonwood – 64, 62 in 2003. Milesville – 60, 55 in 1987. Philip airport – 62, 57 in 2001. Thursday, January 5 Badlands National Park – 71, 56 in 2001; warmest January day; previous record 69 degrees on January 2, 1998. Cottonwood – 60, tied 1987. Milesville – 68, tied 1953; second warmest January day, record is 69 on January 12, 1987. Philip airport – 74, 57 in 1983; warmest January day, previous record 73 degrees on January 8, 2002. Friday, January 6 Cottonwood – 73, 65 in 1954; warmest January day, previous record 72 degrees on January 9, 2002.
The temperature, according to the thermometer at the bank, broke 70 degrees, January 5.
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Church & Community
= Obituaries =
Betty Marie Anderson_____________________________
Betty attended school in Spearfish where she graduated in 1952. She later attended Black Hills State University where she graduated in 1966 with a bachelor of science degree in English and speech. She was involved in theater productions and notably played the role of Calamity Jane during her college years. Betty taught in Bayard, Neb.; Hulett, Wyo.; St. John, Ariz.; Midland, S.D., and three years in Australia. Upon returning to the United States from Australia, Betty received her master's degree in education from BHSU in 1978 and continued at BHSU as the Director of the Academic Skills Center during which time she received a National Award for Excellence. Twice she was voted outstanding faculty of the year by the student body. She worked at BHSU for 21 years ending her career as a collections specialist in the Case Historical Library. Betty's greatest loves were her family, friends, pets, her 1884 Victorian home with its majestic gardens, as well as politics and historical preservation of Spearfish. Betty was not a teacher, she was an educator. She was able to bring out an individual's talent and somehow make her students and those around her be their best. Survivors include sister, Colleen; sons, Gregg, Scott, Sam (Becky), Todd (Zelda), Sven (Marsha); daughter, Angie; grandchildren, Seth, Harmony, Leah, Kylie, Ryther, LeeAnne, Nick, Lucas, Carolina, Michael, Chris, Paul, Brian, Michelle; three great grandchildren, her special puppy, Mandy, and many dear friends. Betty was preceded in death by her parents, Almer and Inez Weaver; brothers, Clyde and Tead Weaver; husband, Jean Anderson; and granddaughter, Dakota Anderson. Memorial services were held Monday, January 23, at the FidlerIsburg Funeral Chapel in Spearfish with supper to follow at the Snapper Club in Spearfish Park. A memorial has been established to benefit Hospice. Arrangements were under the care of Fidler-Isburg Funeral Chapels & Crematory Service of Spearfish. Online condolences may be written at www.fidler-isburgfuneral chapels.com. The weather last week was cold compared to what we're used to and we had some light snow. Still, not too bad for January! Our community congratulates Dan Piroutek, who was named agri-businessman of the year by the Black Hills Stock Show. Dan is known throughout a large area of the country for his auctioneering and as a ringman. We are proud to have him as a very active member of the Milesville community. *** The Milesville Rangers had a 4H meeting Thursday, January 19, at the Milesville Hall. After the pledges, four members answered the roll call of "Community service we would like to do." We plan to have a movie night March 9 with the Milesville Musketeers. We will make decorations for the resident doors in the Senechal. We discussed other community service ideas. Next meeting will be February 17 after the county presentations and judging in Philip. (Submitted by the club reporter.) *** The Philip High school one-act play competed in the Region 7 contest Wednesday in Pierre. Philip and Wall will both advance on to state Febrary 2-4 in Aberdeen. Milesville kids in the play are Rachel Parsons, Sam Stangle and Josh Quinn. Those attending the competition from Milesville were Tim, Lori and Kelton Quinn and Jodi and Sarah Parsons. The Milesville Community Club hosted a party for Mary Pekron's 80th birthday Wednesday afternoon in the Senechal lobby. Most of the residents, some of her family, and many friends and neighbors attended. Those from the club were Gayla Piroutek, Marcia Eymer, Donna Staben, Tina Staben, and Janice Parsons. A large crowd attended the shower for EmmyLee, daughter of Brennen and Joni Parsons, Saturday afternoon at the Hardingrove Church. Peggy Parsons is staying at her daugher's home, the Lytle's, near Quinn this week. She is with grandchildren, Bailey and Cass, while Robbie and Molly are on vacation where the weather is warmer. Guests for lunch Saturday at Byron and Peggy Parsons' were Joni and EmmyLee Parsons, Karen Dufek, Sturgis, (Joni's mother) Glen and Rita OConnell, Philip, Kelly Lambert and friend George, Kelly's son, Luke, and friend, Lissa Eisenbraun, all of Rapid City. Local FFA seniors who went to Denver for the stock show from Monday through Wednesday were Dusti Berry, Allen Piroutek, and Tanner Radway. Hugh Harty went to Piedmont to the home of Paul and Moneik Stephens Saturday. The occasion was little Mikaela's first birthday. Jim Stangle attended meetings in Deadwood last Thursday and Friday. Sam and Ben Stangle attended basketball games at Bennet County Saturday and Ben had a game with White River Tuesday. Carson Hamill and Brice Hanson are playing on the fifth and sixth grade basketball team. They had a game Friday against Kadoka and Philip won the game by four points. The Trevor Fitch family was in Spearfish over the weekend for an AAU wrestling tournament. Jensen placed third, Colby, second, and Keagan, first. Saturday afternoon, Christa's sister, Carla, and son Taegan came over from Gillette to spend some time with the family. After spending the night,
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Milesville News
by Janice Parsons • 544-3315
Trevor, Keagan, Colby and Burjes Fitch went snowmobiling up in the Black Hills Sunday. Irene Patton, Pierre, spent the weekend with her uncle and aunt, Leo and Joan Patton. Saturday, Leo and Joan hosted a meat cutting session. Helping with that were Ralph and Carol Kroetch, Gary and Diane Walker, Gary Stephenson, Kay Ainslie, Jim and Linda Stangle, Sam, Ben and Mark, Irene Patton, and Bob, April and Kaitlyn Knight. Joan Patton attended the birthday party for Mary Pekron Wednesday. Phil and Karen Carley took a little road trip to the Sioux Falls area Thursday and Friday. Karen said there was six inches of snow on the ground one morning, but the roads were okay. Their grandson, Wace, spent the weekend with them while Abby was at a retreat. Sunday, January 15, Amanda (Neville) Stanczyk hosted a shower at her home in Rapid City for her nephew, Cayson, son of Lynsy (Neville) and Kyle Brink. Lunch guests at Boyd and Kara Parsons Saturday were Eric, Kayla and Kaidyn Bastian, Pierre, Eric's parents, Ron and Peg Bastian, Henry, and Joanne Parsons, Rapid City. Due to the threatening weather Sunday Joanne stayed until Monday morning. Kara Parsons drove to Rochester, Minn., Monday to be there for her grandaughter, Brooklyn Rische's, fifth birthday. She will visit at the home of Dustin, Andrea, Brooklyn and Hudson Rische. Paul and Tina Staben were in Philip Wednesday to attend John Deere Days at Grossenburg Implement.
Surrounded by family, Betty Marie (Weaver) Anderson, 78, of Spearfish, passed away on January 18, 2012, at the Hospice House in Rapid City after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born in a blizzard on December 4, 1933, at the Weaver homestead near Crow Peak to Almer and Inez Weaver. She took on life with the same ideals as she was taught as a child during the depression; no matter what the circumstances are, we endure.
Betwixt Places News
by Marsha Sumpter • 837-2048 • bilmar@gwtc.net
News is rather limited this week due to the cold and Marsha being gone. Sandee Gittings volunteered to submit it this week Bill and Marsha Sumpter left last week on a trip to Hawaii. On the flight from Minneapolis to Los Angeles, Bill suffered a stroke and was taken by ambulance to the UCLA Medical Center. He was moved to a rehab just across the street Wednesday afternoon. He is undergoing extensive therapy there. The doctors will let them know, hopefully, by Tuesday when he will be able to fly back home. He has been walking and has talked to several on the phone. Some of Marsha's relatives have been able to visit. Marsha is able to stay in the room with him so doesn't have to worry about finding transportation or a place to stay. George Gittings attended the wedding of Ed Morrison and Marcia Mayfield at Milesville Saturday, January 14. Sandee was under the weather. Saturday, January 14, Eric and Sherry Hanson and kids came over to the Ralph and Cathy Fielder home and all went out for lunch. After lunch and some visiting, catching up their news for the week, they headed for Spearfish. Sunday, January 15, Ralph and Cathy Fielder went to Spearfish to church with Don Klumb and the girls. Lynette was at work. Ralph and Cathy had lunch before heading for home. Was a very cold week up here all week, with some small snow showers. This week started out with Don and Vi preparing to sell their bred heifers at Philip Tuesday. A few visitors came to the ranch to get a look at them before Tuesday. Don and Vi had lunch at the sale barn cafe and there was a huge crowd at the McPherson bull sale prior to the regular sale. They spent the rest of the day in Philip on business and stopped in at the bowling alley for a visit with Digger and Dorothy. Tony Harty and Wilma Stout made a CAP business trip Wednesday into Rapid City and then Tony made another CAP trip to Wanblee later in the week. Wednesday, Sturgis got a couple inches of snow. Ralph Fiedler worked Wednesday afternoon. Sandee Gittings was in Kadoka Wednesday afternoon and in Wall Thursday afternoon on business for the South Dakota Farmers Union. Sympathy is extended to the family of Gay Moses who passed away Wednesday morning. Vi Moody kept a dental appointment in Philip Thursday afternoon. Sandee Gittings attended the Evening Guild meeting at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church Thursday evening. Snow and bitter cold came into the area for a couple of days, Thursday and Friday, but the weekend turned out much warmer and calm, so Don and Vi Moody and close neighbors helped move the cows across the highway to winter protection on the east creek. Vi Moody has a family web site on the computer which she shares with her cousins and they post news and activities throughout the United States. It is enjoyable and fun with pictures and all. The closest would be the Jeanie Long family at Martin, on the Lampert side – they have cousins with Wycliffe Bible translations who are returning to Papua, New Guinea, after being in the states for a couple of months. They wanted pictures of David Lampert and Maude Edith Dover’s wedding and such. These folks (Vi's grandparents) in the early 1900s used to live where Dr. Holman lives now northeast of Philip. Local history and the homesteaders has been, and always will be, so fascinating to all of us in this area. Grandma owned, at one time, where Kennedy Implement is now. Friday, Ralph and Cathy Fielder went over to Spearfish to do some errands and stopped and had lunch with Lynette at her work. We both worked this weekend so nothing else for news. Jessica Gittings and Daniel visited with Beth Davis and kids Sunday. Please keep Bill Sumpter in your prayers.
Gay Moses_____________________
Enterprises and Floor Cleaning business for over 20 years. Gay also enjoyed daily coffee and helping out at the Moses Building Center. Gay was hardworking and a family man. He was a loving husband, father, grandpa and greatgrandpa. Gay was very much loved by all his family and friends, and cared very much for the town and people of Philip. Gay became ill and could not overcome his illness. Gay will be missed very much by all. Survivors include his wife, Ann Moses of Philip; four sons, Dennis Moses and his wife, Donna, of San Antonio, Texas, Joe Moses and his wife, Michaelea, of Rapid City, Michael Moses and his wife, Shar, of Philip, and Donald Moses and his wife, Wanda, of Fairmont, Neb.; two daughters, Bonnie Moses of Exeter, Neb., and Julie Brown of Fairmont, Neb.; 12 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; one brother, Leo Moses of Hot Springs; two sisters, Ava Aeschbacher of Garland, Texas, and Carol McCroan of Allen, Texas; and a host of other relatives and friends. Gay was preceded in death by his parents; a granddaughter, Shanda Kay Moses; a brother, Howard Moses; and a sister, Eileen Weisenberger. Services were held Tuesday, January 24, at the American Legion Hall in Philip, with Father Kevin Achbach officiating. Music was provided by Marianne Frein, pianist, and Beth Fitzgerald, vocalist. Ushers were Pat Seager, Ramsey Kendall and Eugene Arthur. Pallbearers were Dennis, Joe, Michael, Don, Alex and Michael Moses II, and Andy Fitzgerald. Interment with military honors was Tuesday at the Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgis. A memorial has been established. Arrangements were with Rush Funeral Home of Philip. His online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Protect your wireless accounts
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission has learned of incidents involving fraudulent access of private wireless phone accounts and urges consumers to apply additional security measures to protect their accounts. Consumers have relayed to the PUC incidents of their wireless phone accounts being accessed by unauthorized persons from outside of South Dakota who have fraudulently used the accounts to acquire new devices. The cost of the devices is shown as a charge to the rightful account owner. These consumers have worked with their wireless phone provider to report the incidents, correct the billing charges and change personal identification numbers associated with accounts. The fraudulent activity is occurring predominantly on accounts that use the last four digits of the owner’s Social Security number as identification. In several cases discussed with the PUC, the consumer was not aware their Social Security number was stored with their wireless phone account. The PUC encourages all consumers to closely monitor their personal wireless accounts and immediately report any unusual activity to their wireless provider. Additionally, consumers should request their Social Security number not be used to identify their account and request a new personal identification number or password if it is. Consumers can contact their wireless provider online, visit their provider’s local retail store or activate password protection from their wireless device. Consumers may get assistance from the PUC by calling 1-800-3321782 or emailing PUC@state.sd. gov.
Gay Moses, age 79, of Philip, S.D., died Friday, January 20, 2012, at the Rapid City Regional Hospital. Gay Leroy Moses was born February 2, 1932, in Winner, the son of Leroy and Millie (Dryer) Moses. He grew up in Winner, where he received his education and worked on his dad’s farm. In 1952, Gay decided to join the United States Marine Corp, working as a military policeman. It was at this time, that he met and married his wife of 59 years, Ann Erickson. Gay was honorably discharged on January 12, 1954. After leaving the military, they moved to Philip where he became the chief of police. He served as police chief and deputy sheriff for over 25 years. He was nicknamed "Chief" by his many friends, a name that stayed with him until the last 20 years when he became known as "Punky" by his family. Gay was instrumental in organizing the first National Guard Unit in Philip, where he eventually retired as First Sergeant after over 26 years of service. During his years in Philip, Gay served as maintenance supervisor at Philip Health Services for over 15 years. He also owned and operated Moses
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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: 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.
KNOWING CHRIST AS HE SHOULD BE KNOWN
by Cornelius R. Stam John the Baptist introduced our Lord with the proclamation: "Repent, for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand" (Matt.3:2). Throughout His earthly ministry Christ was known as "the Son of David", the king with whom God made a covenant to establish His Kingdom forever. The Old Testament prophets predicted that Christ would -- and He will -- reign on earth upon the throne of His father David. While His Kingdom was being proclaimed "at hand", He walked and talked and ate with men as "the Son of Man". Wearied with travelling, He sat at Jacob's well and asked for a drink of water. Pressed by the throng, He got into a fishing boat and addressed the multitudes from the sea. Hated by His adversaries, He was tried, scourged, spit upon, and nailed to a tree. This was indeed "Christ manifest in the flesh". With regard to His humiliation, however, the Apostle Paul says, by divine inspiration: "God also hath highly exalted Him and given Him a name which is above every name" (Phil.2:9). Again, the Apostle declares that God's mighty power was "wrought in Christ, when He raised Him from the dead, and set Him at His own right hand in the heavenly places, FAR ABOVE ALL..." (Eph.1:20). He is no longer to be known as "the lowly Jesus", but as the exalted "Lord" in heaven. And this has its bearing on us too: "Wherefore henceforth know we no man after the flesh: Yea, though we have known Christ after the flesh, yet now, henceforth, know we Him no more" (IICor.5:16). Our blessed Saviour is now to be known as the glorified Son of God, the Great Dispenser of Grace to a lost humanity; the One who in love and mercy "tasted death for every man" (Heb.2:9).
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.
Ronald G. Mann, DDS Dentist Philip, SD 859-2491
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Moenville News
by Leanne Neuhauser • 567-3325
Greetings from cool, overcast, snow-covered northeast Haakon County! Our weather here has finally decided to be more winterlike, but so far it has been manageable. The cold temperatures of last week sure got our attention! Randy and I spent several days in Las Vegas last week, and when we flew back into Rapid City Friday morning, we were wishing we had long underwear! As I spoke with neighbors, it sounded like last week's cold weather kept some folks closer to home. And, like us, some folks are taking advantage of this slower time of year to take a vacation, so I'll catch up on their news later. We received some great news for our community – our local Deep Creek School will be open again next fall after being closed for several years. It is unusual for a country school to reopen after being closed, but the local school board understood our needs and made the decision to provide a school for the growing number of children in our area. Thank you, school board members! It will be wonderful to have a local school again. Lola Roseth and her sister, Linda Smith, traveled to Eagle Butte a week ago Monday to take part in a hospital evacuation drill. The ladies got a tour of the new hospital there, which was officially opening the next day. It sounds like the hospital is large and impressive! Monday evening, Lola and Duane attended a school board meeting in Philip. Lola attended an incident management meeting at the new West River Electric Building in Rapid City one day last week. Thor Roseth came to the ranch Saturday and had dinner with his parents. Lola is spending this week attending a five-day incident command class at Cedar Shores in Chamberlain. It is nice to have someone in the community take the time to be trained on the proper procedures in the event of an emergency. Mary Briggs attended the East/West dual wrestling meeting in Pierre Saturday. One of the teams competing in the dual was from Sturgis, and her grandsons, Seth and Zane Joens, are members of the Sturgis team. Zane won all of his matches, and Seth wrestled well but didn't win. According to Connie Johnson, there was no school at Cheyenne School last Monday, so the children had a three-day school week. Wyatt Johnson returned to Philip Wed nesday after spending several days at the Denver stock show with other FFA members from Philip High School. It sounds like the students had a great time and saw lots of sights. Dylan Enders was an overnight guest at the Johnson home Saturday, visiting his friend, Noah Johnson. Noah attended BB gun practice at Kirley Hall Sunday afternoon and had the misfortune of smashing his finger – hope it is healed up for next week's practice. Nels Paulson attended the fire department meeting in Hayes last Tuesday evening. Nels and Dorothy had their annual tax meeting with the accountant Wednesday. Saturday, Nels and Dorothy visited at the Bill and Polly Bruce home. They got a sneak peek at Vince's new living quarters – Dorothy said it is going to be very nice. Dick and Gene Hudson sold calves Friday. Other than that, they have been staying close to home. Gene did say that their chickens, which have been on strike, are now back in egg production mode – they must like cold weather! I'll have to go visit and pick up some farm fresh eggs! Billy and Arlyne Markwed were in Pierre Friday to attend a basketball game between Aberdeen and Pierre. Billy and Arlyne's grandson, Trent Kurtz, is the coach of the Aberdeen sophmore team, so they got a chance to visit with him. Sunday, Billy and Arlyne took a birthday cake to Jeanine Gabriel to help celebrate her special day – such thoughtful grandparents. Happy belated birthday, Jeanine! Bill and Polly Bruce were in town Tuesday for their annual tax appointment. Despite the cold temperatures, Vince Bruce and his fianceé, Katie, spent time working on the house portion of the new building, and it sounds like good progress is being made. Bill and Polly's son, David, came from Rapid City Friday and helped install new flooring in Polly's kitchen and dining room. Polly got a new light fixture as well! Neighbors Nels and Dorothy Paulson stopped by Saturday, bringing gifts of cake and cookies. Bad roads Sunday prevented Bill and Polly from attending church. David headed back to his home in Rapid City Monday. Also Monday, friend Ted Schofield came to help with projects at Vince's new home. Frank and Shirley Halligan attended Martin Nelson's 80th birthday celebration a week ago Sunday. Frank attended the cattle sale in Philip last Tuesday, but otherwise they have stayed close to home during the cold days. Last weekend, grandson Krece Halligan stayed with Frank and Shirley while Murdock and family attended the Hansen Classic basketball tournament in Mitchell. Grandson J.J. is a member of the team from Faith, and they were victorious. Congratulations to the Faith team! Max and Joyce Jones also stayed close to home this week. They did attend an Eastern Star meeting in Onida Thursday night. Joyce has been busy helping granddaughter Mattie learn to sew, and grandson Luke is getting ready to celebrate a birthday this week. Kevin Neuhauser was in Hayes Tuesday evening to attend the fire department meeting. Wednesday, Kevin, Todd Mortenson and Mitch Norman traveled to Philip to attend a meeting of the Masonic Lodge. Saturday, Kevin was in Pierre to take part in a Masonic Lodge meeting. Mary Neuhauser traveled to Rapid City Saturday with her sister, Cindy, to attend a gymnastics competition. Kevin and Mary's daughter, Sarah, also came to Rapid City for the event. Sarah is currently doing a pharmacy rotation in Hot Springs. Congratulations to Nick Neuhauser – he was on the honor roll at Lake Area VoTech last quarter! Keep up the good work! Chase and Kelly Briggs and family had a visit from Chase's mother, Connie, last Saturday. Kelly said her young children have been enjoying playing in the snow, even though the temperatures have been chilly. I remember those days of bundling the kids up in layers of warm clothes so they could get out and get some exercise and fresh air. Their cheeks would get pretty rosy, but they loved it! Cindy Sinkey works with a dialysis program in Eagle Butte. As part of her duties, she will now be going to Sharpe's Corner once a month to help with patient education there, helping the patients better manage their health. Thank goodness for these programs and the professionals dedicated to their work. Helen Beckwith has been home working on several sewing projects as well as getting information gathered for tax time. She said that her daughter, Cheryl Ulmen, and new daughter, Charli, are doing well. Charli started off life pretty small, but she is eating well and making progress. As I mentioned earlier, Randy and I spent part of last week in Las Vegas with friends, so we missed some of the cold temperatures here. The weather in Nevada was wonderful while we were there, and I love seeing the flowers blooming, the water fountains, the palm trees, etc. We took the opportunity to visit the new bridge near the Hoover Dam. We hiked up to the bridge and walked out on the walkway – it is truly an engineering marvel. It is also very high! However, after several days of people and noise, we were glad to return home. Last weekend was spent preparing barns for the upcoming calving season. Nephew Dylan Neuhauser was here Saturday to help, and our daughter, Chelsea, came Sunday to help for a few days. This week I am grateful for the common sense of our local school board. It is so important for our neighborhood children to be able to attend school in closer proximity to their homes, and it makes sense to utilize an existing school building. But in this day and age, just because something makes sense doesn't mean it is going to happen. In this case, however, common sense prevailed! That is something to be celebrated! I hope you all have a wonderful week! Stay safe, and stay warm!
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Grindstone News
by Mary Eide • 859-2188
Caleb Clements rode home with Elliot Rockafellow this weekend so they could spend the time with their parents. The Mike Clements family had a very busy week. Mike had the misfortune of getting his cast wet, so that meant a trip to Rapid City Wednesday to get a new one. Then they received word that their granddaughter, Elliot (Kenney’s girl) was sick with RSV. They hurried to Madison to care for her as both of her parents had to work. Friday while there, Caleb and Debbie went to Sioux Falls to visit with Faye Kunz. Mike was not able to take his motorized chair, so he was not as mobile as would have liked. They always say that when it rains it pours and it seems like this family have been poured on a lot this winter. Do hope things shape up for you soon. Others who are on the sick list and that I am sure would like your prayers are Billie Hancock, who is in the Rapid City Regional Hospital, and Bill Sumpter, who became ill on his and Marsha’s way to California. We wish you both well. I have not heard how either one is doing at this time. Mary Eide visited with Lucille (Dean) Peterson, Mary Pekron and Marie Lamm at the Senechal lobby Thursday, January 19, when she returned to get her purse that she had left while attending Mary Pekron’s birthday party. Theresa Clements picked it up and called me Wednesday evening and kept it for me. That was so nice of her. Theresa does many nice things around the Senechal and she also helps with the dinners and cleans up afterwards. She also does other errands and she said that it keeps her active and gives her exercise. Marie Lamm’s son was also visiting her the day I was there. They say a person is only forgetful part of the time, but what part? Dorothy Fortune spent time at her home in Wall over the weekend and attended Mass there. She visited Gretchen Rausch at the drug store after church. Gretchen had very slick roads from Wasta into work at Wall. She said that there was a semi tractor/trailer overturned in the ditch between Wasta and Wall. Icy roads were the story around Sunday morning, January 22. The Lloyd Freins stated the same thing, as many others who ventured out. I just stayed in and enjoyed looking out the window. It was sort of pretty with the light skiff of snow and watching the birds scratching for something to eat. The cows were eating their breakfast just below the house by the dam bank where Marvin had fed them early that morning. He and Brayden Fitch had planned on joining the Fitch family for snowmobiling in the Black Hills, but they ended up not going due to the weather. Brayden didn’t go with his family as he had a ball game, so he just spent the rest of the weekend at Marvin’s and watched the ball games on TV. Donnie and Delores Poss didn’t have news. They have been busy getting ready to sell cattle at the sale Tuesday in Philip. Kieth and Tucker Smith are busy getting cattle ready for the sale Tuesday also. Tucker has been going in on Sundays to help with the breakfast put on by the Masons. Jess Smith attended the baby shower at Milesville for EmmyLee Parsons Saturday, January 21. Bob Thorson and another male friend went to Timberlake Saturday to a Texas hold ’em tournament. His mother, Phillis, plans to leave for Arizona, January 30. Bob is also busy getting cattle ready to sell Tuesday. Sounds like a neighborhood reunion will happen at the sale barn this week. Cattle prices are up so they will be glad to get them sold and they won’t have to feed them any longer. In asking Barbara Sloat about her mom, Jean Burns, she said that she is doing fine and had baked four apple pies this week. Jean likes to bake and makes delicious bread, buns and pies. She enjoys doing this for people. We sure have had a lot of skunks around this year. My grandkids, the Fitch boys, have set out live traps to catch coons, which bring good money, but have caught more skunks than coons. Many skunks are on the road at times when I come home after dark. I have a fox in the stacks just south of the house that likes to irritate my dog. It almost seems like fox enjoy doing this. There is a herd of antelope, 20 or so, that stay here and they come very close to the house to get water. There is also a herd of nine deer that will drink from the water tank when we use the water in the south quarter. A coyote stays in the stacks. All I can say is that it is good thing that I don’t have chickens. I have not seen any mountain lions this year, but did see one near Carstensen’s and one in the creek near the old Paul Gottsleben place about a mile south of Bill’s a year ago. Some of the neighbors have seen them this year as they have intruded on them. Some people ask me why I don’t move to Philip? I guess all the above is why. Back in time continued: In 1936, my folks moved to the Black Hills, 12 miles west of Custer on Passcreek. This was due to the drought and the depression. They bought a small place and all around that place were small shacks. Some were built out of plain 12 x 12 boards and a few were built from logs with nothing but bare walls inside, no insulation whatsoever. I was only three years old and all I remember about the move that I was riding with my bother, Rich, and he upset the trailer that was behind the car. It was carrying the cook stove in it and how pretty the black stove lids looked in the snow. When arriving to our home of six rooms, how cold it was before they got a fire going. T.H. (Dutch) Sanders just lived about a mile northwest of us. Dutch was married to Enid (Lothrop) who was an aunt to Gladys Smith and Myrna Gottsleben and a sister of the late Babe Coleman. My mother was so glad to have Enid live so close and Enid shared her washing machine with my mom hauling it back and forth on a stone boat till my brothers cut and sold wood to buy mom her own washing machine. Dutch had a smoke house and the meat he fixed was excellent. Dutch had some children from a previous marriage and the ones I knew were
Girl Scouts overnight at the Discovery Center …
The Philip Girl Scouts attended a hands-on science experience at the South Dakota Discovery Center in Pierre on Friday and Saturday, January 13 and 14. Camping overnight at the center, the girls were able to experience the brand new Star Lab Show and the hands-on Wellness Program, among others, to earn their badges. Pictured here are, back row, left to right, Kiarra Moses and Dilyn Terkildsen; front row, Jasmine Hiatt, Alyssa Walker, Jaida Haynes and Mallory Vetter. Courtesy photo Tim, Hank, and Clifford. Clifford lived up in the Elm Springs area for many years and was married to Babe Coleman and Myrna Gottsleben’s aunt. Daughter Lois was married to Ray Shull from the Shull family near Wasta. They lived at Custer and still have one son there. The rest of the children have passed away except for Mike and I don’t know where he is now. Enid’s sister, Florence and Everett Ferguson lived just east of us about four miles. Everett was my mother’s cousin, so we all saw a lot of each other back then. I will continue next week about people from here who moved into those shacks when I was a kids at Custer. Yes, guess what? The ATV is back in the repair shop again and it had better look out if it doesn’t get fixed this time. It will be bye, bye ATV. Calving is too close to be footing around with it. Hazel Thompson is a very thoughtful person as she took a gallon of ice cream up to Clementses when she heard of all the their troubles. She does a lot of these little acts of kindness, we just don’t hear about them. She doesn’t want rewards for her kindness. Donna Newman and Jan Hewitt had lunch together this week, celebrating Donna Olivier’s birthday, even though Donna is gone. But this gave them a chance to visit as Jan has been gone for awhile. These gals have been great friends for years. Oliviers, Hewitts and Newmans were a group that were back and forth with each other for many years enjoying each other’s company. Our sympathy goes out to Ann Moses and her family in the passing of Gay Moses this week. I worked with Gay at the Philip Nursing Home for many years and his girls worked there at times. I think I first met Gay when he was in law enforcement when Mike Schofield was sheriff. Marlin Evans had company this week, her grandson’s girlfriend, Ashlee Morris, Sioux Falls, was here. She was going to leave Sunday, but postponed going due to icy roads near Pierre and Chamberlain. Marlin and Prerry Saucerman went to Rapid City to visit Marlin’s son, Jack, who is in the hospital with a ruptured esophagus. I may be more serious if they have to operate as will have open the chest cavity. While in Rapid, Marlin’s daughter, Heather, was also there to see Jack. Friday, Julie Nixon went to stay with her daughter, Mandie and C.J., Dupree, to attend the ball tournament. She got home Saturday in time to pick up Gary and go on to Belvidere for the benefit dinner for the Cowboys For Christ. Herb and Hazel Sieler must be gone again as I was unable to reach them for news. Others from the neighborhood were home but had no news. People are like stained glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light from within. – Elizabeth Kubler Ross
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Sports & Accomplishments
The District 14B Philip Scotties boys’ basketball team traveled to Martin, Saturday, January 21, to challenge the District 14A Bennett County Warriors. The match between an A school and a B school began with a fairly close first quarter. Philip trailed, but by only two baskets. The second and third quarters saw a spreading of the points gap. The fourth quarter was again a close one, but the Scotties could not close the point spread. Philip 12 10 4 7 = 33 Bennett Co. 16 22 11 8 = 57
Philip top scorers: Nelson Holman – 10, Thomas Doolittle – 6, Colter Cvach and Austin O’Dea – 5 each, Tristen Rush and Quade Slovek – 3 each. Bennett County scorers: Jacob Waln – 16, Ryan Richards – 13, Eli Livermont – 8, Dayre Evans and Wade Porch – 6 each, Keali’i Heath, Will Schulz, Keith Hodson and Quentin Red Bear – 2 each. Field goals: Philip – 10% (4 of 39), Bennett County sank 22. Free throws: Philip – 37% (10 of 27), Ben-
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Philip Scotties fall to Bennett County Warriors
nett County – 40 (4 of 10). Three pointers: Philip – 36% (5 of 14), Bennett County sank 3. Philip rebounds – 26. Leaders: Cvach – 7, Kyle Schulz – 4, Rush, Cody Reder and Slovek – 3 each, O’Dea – 2, Holman, Paul Guptill, Doolittle and Tate DeJong – 1 each. Philip assists – 4. Leaders: Cvach, Doolittle, Rush and Reder – 1 each. Philip steals – 8. Leaders: Doolittle, DeJong and Reder – 2 each, Guptill and Schulz – 1 each. Philip turnovers – 21. Team fouls: Philip – 14, Bennett County – 23. Fouled out: Bennett County’s Waln. and Rush – 7, Blake Martinez – 4, Guptill – 3, Gavin Brucklacher and Brian Pfeifle – 2 each, Ben Stangle and Slovek – 1 each. Bennett County scorers: Heath – 12, Kyler Rayhill and Michael Nieves – 2 each. Field goals: Philip – 26% (12 of 47), Bennett County sank 8. Free throws: Philip – 45% (9 of 20), Bennett County – 0 of 5. Three pointers: Philip – 50% (1 of 2), Bennet County sank 0. Philip rebounds – 21. Leaders: Guptill – 6, Schaack – 5, Brucklacher and Rush – 3 each, Martinez, Holman, Slovek and Pfeifle – 1 each. Philip assists – 4. Leaders: Stangle – 2, Guptill and Brucklacher – 1 each. Philip steals – 21. Leaders: Guptill and Rush – 5 each, Martinez and Brucklacher – 3 each, Brody Jones – 2, Kruse Bierle, Slovek and Schaack – 1 each. Philip turnovers – 14. Team fouls: Philip – 12, Bennett County – 19. Fouled out – Bennett County’s Rayhill.
The Philip junior varsity defeated their opponents, more than doubling Bennett County’s score. The Scotties held the Warriors to just one basket in the first quarter. Only two field goals were allowed in the second quarter, and only one basket was given up in the third. Bennett County got away with four successful hoops in the final quarter. Philip 9 13 5 9 = 36 Bennett Co. 2 4 2 8 = 16
Philip scorers: Wyatt Schaack – 9, Holman
The Philip Scotties will next challenge the Cowboys in Philip, Friday, January 27, starting at 2:30 p.m. They will next go against the Oelrichs Tigers, Saturday, January 28, in Philip, starting at 3:00 p.m.
Philip Lady Scotties stopped by Bennett County
defeated Faith, January 13, 27-19. Union Center fell to the Philip seventh and eighth graders January 14, 36-24. Philip easily won the January 16 game with Jones County, 38-16. At home on January 20, the Philip B team lost to Kadoka Area in a squeaker game, 23-24, while the Philip A team handily won 52-32. Shown after the Philip/Kadoka game are, back row from left: coach Branden West, Colton Alfrey, Riley Heltzel, Jacob Kammerer, Clayton Fosheim, Keegan Burnett, Braden Pulman and assistant coach Brad Kuckenbecker. Front: Nathan Kreft, Logan Hand, Garrett Snook, Coy Kramer, Jace Giannonatti and Damian Bartels.
Undefeated ... The Philip junior high basket ball team is currently carrying a 4-0 win/loss record. The combined team
Conservation District Manager Jennifer Jones making contacts with children as well as adults
Philip scorers: Josie Guptill – 15, Sam Johnson – 12, Jordyn Dekker and Bailey Radway – 4 each, Holly Iwan and Misty Johnson – 3 each, Kaci Olivier – 2, Ariana Arampatzis – 1. Bennett County scorers: Abbie Alexander – 19, Tania Risse and Brooke Bair – 10 each, Taryn Lessert – 8. Philip field goals – 31% (12 of 39). Philip free throws – 65% (30 of 31). Rebounds: Philip – 31, Bennett County – 27. Philip leaders: Guptill and S. Johnson –
The Philip Scotties girls’ basketball team traveled to Martin, Saturday, January 21, to challenge the Bennett County Warriors. The third quarter was a draw, and Philip went two baskets over the Warriors in the final quarter. But, Philip’s slow start in the first half ended up costing them the game. Philip 4 12 10 18 = 44 Bennett Co. 11 20 10 14 = 55
9 each, Radway – 5, Iwan and M. Johnson – 3 each, Dekker – 2. Philip assists – 9. Leaders: Guptill – 5, Iwan – 2, Dekker and Katelyn Enders – 1 each. Steals: Philip – 8, Bennett County – 15. Philip leaders: Guptill – 4, Iwan, Olivier, S. Johnson and Radway – 1 each. Philip blocks – 4. Leaders: Guptill – 1, Iwan and Dekker – 1 each. Turnovers: Philip – 32, Bennett County – 17. Philip team fouls – 14. Fouled out: Bennett County’s Megan Slattery.
In the junior varsity game, Philip played three quarters that were fairly matched with Bennett County. One quarter though, the third, cost the Lady Scotties the game. Philip 3 6 0 8 = 17 Bennett Co. 9 6 14 7 = 36
Philip scorers: Tia Guptill – 12, Ellie Coyle and Justina Cvach – 2 each, Ashton Reedy – 1.
Bennett County top scorers: Kalee Kratovil – 8, Lexie Amiotte – 7, Risse and Kimmy Scherer – 6 each. Philip field goals – 26% (7 of 27). Philip free throws – 33% (3 of 9). Rebounds: Philip – 19, Bennett County – 29. Philip leaders: Coyle – 6, T. Guptill – 4, Cvach – 3, Brett Carley and Reedy – 2 each, Katlin Knutson and Hanna Hostutler – 1 each. Philip assist – 3. Leaders: Hostutler – 2, Knutson – 1. Steals: Philip – 4, Bennett County – 18. Philip leaders: Knutson – 2, T. Guptill and Reedy – 1 each. Philip blocks – 1. Leader: Tyanna Gottsleben – 1. Turnovers: Philip – 29, Bennett County – 14.
The next game for the Philip Lady Scotties will be Saturday, January 28 at Newell against the Irrigators, starting at 5:00 p.m. Their next contest will be in Faith Tuesday, January 31, against the Longhorns, starting at 6:00 p.m.
College briefs
The Lake Area Technical Institute, Watertown, has announced its current president’s list. This is a list of outstanding students who, through their initiative and ability, have indicated a seriousness of purpose in their educational program. The list is limited to fulltime students who have achieved a semester grade point average of 3.5 to 4.0. On the president’s list is Stephanie Rossouw, Philip, who is studying financial services and currently has a 4.0 GPA. She is the daughter of Karl and Valerie Schulz. ***** A total of 272 students at Mitchell Technical Institute have been placed on the fall semester 2011 president's list, according to MTI President Greg Von Wald. Full-time students with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher receive this honor. Included on the fall 2011 president’s list is Adam Martin, Philip, who is studying satellite communications. He is the son of Carmen and Donnie Fees, Philip. ***** Black Hills State University, Spearfish, has released its dean’s list for the fall 2011 semester. A total of 720 students maintained a grade point average of 3.5 or above, while taking at least 12 credit hours, to be named to the list this semester. Local students making that list include: Trisha DeVries, Midland, daughter of Tom and the late Grace DeVries, Midland Skye Brucklacher, Philip, daughter of Bruce and Brigitte Brucklacher, Philip. Shelby Johnson, Quinn, daughter of Rick and Wendy Johnson, Quinn Marla Kelly, Quinn, daughter of Bill and Lori Kelly, Quinn Colby Smith, Quinn, daughter of Kieth and Deb Smith, Quinn. ***** Northern State University, Aberdeen, has released its dean’s list for the fall 2011 semester. Students who have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average for the semester are eligible for the dean’s list. Included on the 3.5 list are: Molly Coyle, Philip, daughter of Mark and Denise Coyle, Philip Jordan Smith, Philip, son of Ray and Donna Smith, Philip Included on the 4.0 list is Lincoln Smith, Quinn, son of Kieth and Deb Smith, Quinn.
Left, fourth graders Jet Jones and Josie Rush. Right, first graders Colby Foshiem, Gracie Schofield and Eastan West. Jennifer Jones, district manager for the Haakon County Conservation District, began her position in October, 2011. As part of her public relations work, Jones has visited the Philip elementary and coordinated projects with the kids. The most recent activity involved reading a book to the class about different types of farms and ranches. The students then created a representation of their own farmer or rancher out of different seeds grown in this area – wheat, sunflower, corn, oats, alfalfa and milo. “I am planning on going up to the school and doing projects on conservation, agriculture and things of that nature,” said Jones.
first graders Derek Fugate, Karlie Coyle and Eastan West.
Making farms out of seeds ... Working with assistance from Tony Reder,
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Black Hills deer, firearms antelope harvest reported
Hunter surveys of the Black Hills deer and firearms antelope hunting seasons indicate a decline in the number of hunters and harvest for both seasons in 2011. “The reduction in the number of deer and antelope taken during those two seasons is in line with our management goals for both,” said Corey Huxoll, a Game, Fish and Parks biologist who leads the harvest survey effort. “We have reduced the number of licenses available for those seasons to help increase the herds.” The 2006 Black Hills deer season had about 9,000 licenses issued and 5,400 deer harvested, for a 60 percent success rate. The 2011 season had about 4,500 licenses issued and 2,530 deer harvested, for a 57 percent success rate. In 2011, hunter reports indicated 2,011 whitetail deer bucks, 401 whitetail does, 107 mule deer bucks and 10 mule deer does were harvested during the Black Hills firearm season. “We calculate percent success by dividing the number of animals harvested by the total number of tags issued, but we usually refer to license sales when talking about harvest, which can be confusing,” said Huxoll. “In 2008, 12,833 licenses were sold that represented 33,835 tags, and in 2011, 6,209 licenses sold with a total of 8,898 tags.” Huxoll stated that the West River deer results should be available by mid-March. The firearms antelope season saw a similar decline in harvest. In 2008, about 12,800 antelope licenses were sold and 17,056 antelope harvested. In 2011, there were 6,209 licenses sold and 4,498 antelope harvested. Success rate of hunters for both years was 50 percent. Hunter reports indicated 2,523 antelope bucks and 1,971 antelope does were harvested in 2011. GFP randomly samples hunters after most big game seasons to determine hunter success. Surveying begins as soon as a hunting season closes. The surveys are posted on the GFP website. “The harvest information that hunters provide us after each season is a vital part of our wildlife management programs,” Huxoll said. “We are able to get a very accurate look at harvest distribution and hunter success to help us formulate the next year’s hunting seasons.”
Results of Knights of Columbus free throw contest
The annual Knights of Columbus free throw contest was held Wednesday, January 18, at the Philip Elementary gymnasium. The contest was open to boys and girls ages 10-14 and there were 40 participants this year for the Philip council competition. The local winners received t-shirts. All participants shot 15 shots in a row. The 10-11 age group shot from 12 foot, rather than the standard free throw of 15 foot. All other ages shot from the 15 foot free throw line. The winners of each group then shot an additional 25 free throws, with these scores to be later compared with the scores of the winners from other districts. Once all districts have sent in their information, the scores are compared and the district winners are notified. Those winners will go on to compete in the regional level. Winners of the free throw contest were: Girls: age 10 – Eryka Johnson (6 of 15), age 11 – Jewel Jones (4 of 15), age 12 – Jada Jones (8 of 15), age 13 – Tia Guptill (7 of 15). Boys: age 10 – Jet Jones (7 of 15), age 11 – Lane Williams (8 of 15), age 12 – Dawson Reedy (5 of 15), age 13 – Jace Giannonatti (10 of 15), age 14 – Jacob Kammerer (12 of 15).
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Special buck licenses increase
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission has proposed two changes to licenses available for the West River special buck hunting season. The number of licenses available for the West River season would increase from 500 to 600 for both residents and nonresidents. The license fee for the nonresident West River special buck license would increase from $500 to $600. No changes are proposed for the resident East River special buck licenses. There would be 500 licenses available for the next season. The special buck licenses run in conjunction with the West River deer season and East River deer season, respectively. For more information, go online at http://www.gfp.sd.gov/agency/ commission/default.aspx Those wishing to provide written comments on the West River special buck hunting season proposal may do so until 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 29. Comments may be mailed to Game, Fish and Parks Commission, 523 E. Capitol Ave., Pierre, SD, 57501, or emailed to wildinfo@state.sd.us. Each comment must have the sender's full name and address in order to be included in the public record. Comments may also be presented in person at the 2:00 p.m. (CST) public hearing during the GFP Commission meeting, which is scheduled for Thursday, March 1, at the Fort Pierre Holiday Inn Express.
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An aernoon of theatre …
highlighting the encore performances of two high school plays of Region VIIB that are advancing to the State One-Act Play Festival in Aberdeen, February 2-4, 2012.
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Fine Arts Theatre at Philip High School
at 2:30 p.m. Wall High School will present: "Something's Rotten in the State of Denmark" followed by Philip High School performing “Crisis, Inc.” produced by special arrangement with Eldridge Publishing Company. Later that day, the two schools will again perform their plays in Wall, starting at 6:00 p.m. at the Wall Community Center
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Sports & Accomplishments
Philip Area team takes second in Winner Wrestling Invitational
The Winner Wrestling Invitational tournament, Saturday, January 21, ended with the Philip Area team earning second place.
Nick Donnelly, 106 lbs., 1st place, record 19-6 •pinned Sam Caba (unattached, BH), 5:35 •pinned Riley Binger (RED), 1:21 •major decision over Duncan Stoebner (BH), 12-0 •decision over Patrick Aeschbacher (WIN), 3-1 Jed Brown, 113 lbs., 3rd place, record 1410 •pinned Carter Wegner (RED), 3:10 •technical fall over Jaden Madison (MP), 19-1 •decision by Dalton Gerbracht (SB), 4-8 •decision over Kruz Knudson (MVPC), 86 •decision over Rance Johnson (PHIL), 9-8 Rance Johnson, 113 lbs., 4th place, record 5-7 •bye •decision over Knudson (MVPC), 7-5 •decision by Alex Caba (BH), 2-9 •decision over Tate Gatzke (BF), 10-9 •decision by Brown (PHIL), 8-9 Grady Carley, 120 lbs., 4th place, record 11-13 •bye •decision by Treye LaPlante (CEB), 2-7 •forfeit by UN •decision over Kemper Gusso (BF), 13-6 •pinned Isaiah Johnson (STM), 2:21 •pinned by Israel Appel (SB), 3:34 Raedon Anderson, 126 lbs., 6th place, record 4-11 •bye •pinned by Lincoln Stoebner (BH), 1:08 •bye •decision over Justin Bear Runner (PR), 8-4 •pinned by Colten Njos (BF), :39 •decision by Zach Ayers (unattached, WIN), 0-8 Lane Blasius, 132 lbs., 1st place, record 15-0 •bye •pinned Dominic Paulson (unattached, WIN), 1:36 •pinned Robbie Denhoff (BF), 1:33 •default injury Miles Moody (MVPC) Reed Johnson, 138 lbs., 5th place, record 17-11 •pinned Jaylin Dixon (PR), 1:51 •pinned Chance Lahren (unattached, MP), 2:06 •decision by Austin Kaul (BH), 2-9 •decision by Sutton Sandquist (MP), 2-4 •pinned David Paul (unattached), 2:37 Chandlier Sudbeck, 145 lbs. 2nd place, record 19-5 •pinned Jesse Thorne (SB), :59 •pinned Grant Brewer (MP), 3:55 •pinned Mason VanVuuren (MVPC), 4:11 •pinned by Logan George (RED), :53 Clint Stout, 152 lbs., 1st place, record 205 •pinned Quinn Lewis (STM), 1:37 •pinned Cordel Vissia (unattached, MVPC), 1:16 •pinned Thomas Mitzel, (BH), :56 •pinned Tyler Urban (MVPC), 3:13 Tanner Radway, 170 lbs., 2nd place, record 9-8 •bye •pinned Jeremy Long (TC), 3:59 •decision over Jayson VanVugt (unattached, MP), 4-0 •pinned by Tate Novotny (WIN) 2:31 Roger Davis, 182 lbs., record 1-10 •pinned by Tate Thybo (BF), :35 •bye •pinned by Alan Haataja (BH), 1:35 •pinned by Brett Christmann (RED), 2:10 Gavin DeVries, 220 lbs., 6th place, record 9-13 •bye •pinned by Collin Jensen (MP), :37 •bye •bye •pinned by TJ Heinert (TC), 3:45 •pinned by Rob Stover (PR), 4:13
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Philip Scotties lose at home to White River Tigers
The next contest for the Philip Area team will be the Wagner Duals, Saturday, January 28, starting at 8:00 a.m.
Going different directions
... Philip’s Cody Reder got around one airborne defender and through two others in attempting a shot during the January 17 home game between the Philip Scotties and the White River Tigers. Free throws: Philip – 73% (11 of 15), White River – 60% (6 of 10). Three pointers: Philip – (0 of 3), White River sank 8. Philip rebounds – 26. Leaders: Slovek – 7, Doolittle and DeJong – 4 each, Reder, Holman, Wyatt Schaack, Guptill and Rush – 2 each, Schnabel – 1. Philip assists – 12. Leaders: Holman and Guptill – 3 each, DeJong – 2, Reder, Schaack, Schnabel and Slovek – 1 each. Philip steals – 9. Leaders: Guptill – 3, DeJong – 2, Doolittle, Reder, Holman and Schnabel – 1 each. Philip turnovers – 34. Team fouls: Philip – 10, White River – 17. The boys’ junior varsity team Flying through ... Just because the defender is bigger, or that he is also in mid-air, or that he is purposefully in the path of the offensive player’s mid-air played a similar game. trajectory, doesn’t stop Philip’s Thomas Doolittle from going for the shot. Philip 11 2 8 4 = 25 Photos by Del Bartels White River 23 20 16 17 = 76 Philip scorers: Brody Jones – 6, Philip steals – 5. Leaders: SchnPhilip turnovers – 29. Schnabel – 5, Blake Martinez and Philip team fouls – 5. Rush – 4 each, Marcus Martinez, abel – 2, M. Martinez, Jones and Guptill – 1 each. Schaack and Guptill – 2 each. White River top scorers: Cory Rogers – 15, Charging Hawk – 14, Bubba Young – 12, Link Tucker – 10, Justin Prue – 6, Tre Iyotte, Justin Folkers and Jim Witt – 4 each, Justin Murray – 3. Monday Nite Mixed Wall Food Center..........................7-9 Field goals: Philip – 31% (12 of Rockers .......................................15-5 Morrison’s Haying ......................6-10 39), White River sank 26. Badland’s Auto............................14-6 First National Bank ...................6-10 Free throws: Philip – 11% (1 of Groven Chemical ........................11-9 Highlights: 8), White River – 75% (3 of 4). Shad’s Towing.............................8-12 Brittney Drury ......................152/428 Three pointers: Philip – 0 of 1, Dakota Bar..................................6-14 Kali Leitheiser ......................177/442 White River sank 7. Handrahan Const .......................6-14 Heather Nelson .....................158/429 Highlights: Philip rebounds – 18. Leaders: Emily Kroetch .....5-10 split; 158/404 Jackie Shull...........................189/477 Brenda Grenz...............................188 M. Martinez and Guptill – 4 each, Jerry Mooney ........................213/549 Lee Sundall...................2-7 split; 182 B. Martinez, Schaack and SchnCory Boyd ....................192 clean/585 Stacey Schulz ...............................156 abel – 2 each, Ben Stangle, Jones, Jason Petersen ............208 clean/537 Rose Bennett...............2-3-6-8-9 split Gavin Brucklacher and Rush – 1 Patty Groven ................2-7 split; 158 Marlis Petersen.................4-7-9 split each. Vickie Petersen....3-10 split; 191/527 Dani Herring ........................2-7 split Philip assists – 5. Leaders: B. Marlis Petersen............................478 Christi Michael.....................2-7 split Martinez and Brucklacher – 2 Connie Schlim ............5-10 split; 474 each, Jones – 1. Ronnie Coyle.........5-10 & 3-10 splits Thursday Nite Men’s
Jump shot success? ... Philip’s Thomas Doolittle and his White River dePhotos by Del Bartels fenders watch as his shot rumbles around the rim.
The Philip Scotties boys hosted the White River Tigers basketball team, Tuesday, January 17. The Scotties varsity team played their best against what could be argued as the best high school team in the state. Philip rallied in the fourth quarter, making more then than in any previous quarter. Philip’s free throw percentage for this game was up to 73 percent. Philip 10 6 12 19 = 47 White River 21 32 25 12 = 90 Philip scorers: Thomas Doolittle – 14, Tristen Rush – 8, Quade Slovek – 7, Cody Reder – 6, Nelson Holman and Paul Guptill – 4 each, Cassidy Schnabel and Tate DeJong – 2 each. White River scorers: Wyatt Krogman – 28, Cody Young – 16, Matt Gillen – 12, Joe Cameron – 8, Nic Waln and Vincent Charging Hawk – 7 each, Tavis Burbank – 4, Cory Rogers – 3, Gilbert Morrison and Link Tucker – 2 each, Logan Tucker – 1. Field goals: Philip – 35% (18 of 51), White River sank 30.
Despite challenges, S.D. tourism impact up in 2011
Despite a cool and damp spring and early summer, major flooding and high gas prices, South Dakota’s visitor industry showed improvement in 2011. A new report from IHS Global Insight shows that the total impact of South Dakota’s visitor industry increased by 1.51 percent in 2011 over 2010. This number includes actual numbers from January-October, 2011, and forecasted numbers for November and December, 2011. Tourism’s impact, as defined by IHS Global Insight, includes only those dollars that are retained within South Dakota. It includes core tourism (visitor spending), non-core tourism (spending by tourism industry suppliers), government spending (tourism’s marketing dollars, information center expenditures), private investment in infrastructure, and resident outbound expenditures. “In 2011, tourism generated 18.7 percent of all state and local tax revenues in South Dakota,” said Gov. Dennis Daugaard. “Tourism continues to be a revenue-generating, job-creating industry year after year, regardless of the challenges it faces.” South Dakota 2011 tourism by the numbers: More than 27,000 jobs were supported by core travel and tourism economic activity. Tourism activity generated $271 million in state and local government revenues in 2011. Without tourism, each household would pay about $833 more in taxes each year. One out of every 11 South Dakota jobs depends on travel and tourism. International visitors accounted for 8.2 percent of visitor spending. “To have even a slight increase after the year we had is a huge testament to the perseverance of our visitor industry,” said Jim Hagen, secretary of the South Dakota Department of Tourism. “We worked together, adjusted our message, and ended up coming out ahead.” The South Dakota Department of Tourism is comprised of tourism, the South Dakota Arts Council, and the South Dakota State Historical Society.
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