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A Publication of Ravellette Publications, Inc., Philip, South Dakota 57567. The Official Newspaper of Haakon County, South Dakota. Copyright 1981.
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The Family Career Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) illustrated talk team of, from left, Tristen Rush, Nelson Holman and Blake Martinez gave their safety presentation to the Haakon District Board of Education during the board’s June meeting. The trio will give the presentation at the national level in Florida, July 7. found. The board approved transportation claims from 28 families that involve 44 students. The total came to over $31,873 for the 2011-2012 school year. A somewhat longer list of technology items and maintenance items have been surplused. These items have been deemed to have no value and will be given away or otherwise disposed of. Next month the storage trailer at the football field will also be surplused. A storage area will be build under the crow’s nest. Casey Peterson and Associates has been contracted to perform an audit of the school district. Representatives will be in Philip July 2426. Their fee for the services is $10,550 plus travel and word processing. Last month’s substitute teacher pay, for an equivalent of 33.5 days, came to $2,567.14. The month’s wages for the district, with a total of 2,005.59 hours worked, came to a total of $22,197.47. In the superintendent’s report, Morehart related that the two weeks of summer school will start July 9. It will be held four days per week. In Jeff Rieckman’s last principal’s report, which during the summer is usually scant, he said, “Nothing to report. Thanks for making the last few years so easy.” He has taken a principal’s position in Wyoming. Michael Baer will be next year’s secondary principal and athletic director. He will also be the head boys’ basketball coach. This was also board member Kelly Blair’s last meeting. He did not run for his seat in the last election. He will be replaced by new board member Jake Fitzgerald. Scheduled meetings of the school board have been set for the next school year. The board will continue meeting in room A-1 of the Philip High School on the first Monday after the second Tuesday of each month. The next school board meeting will be at 7:00 p.m., Monday, July 16.
Number 44 Volume 106 June 21, 2012
School board contracts, departures
by Del Bartels During its Monday, June 18, meeting, the Haakon School District 27-1 Board of Education approved the classified contracts for 2012-2013. Contracts have been offered based on the fiscal year negotiated agreement. The board authorized Business Manager Britni Ross to cash out a CD earmarked for the purchase a new bus. The total of the CD will be approximately $85,000, while the 2012 bus will cost around $83,800. The bus should be arriving in early August. The current copier lease will soon expire. A proposal for the next lease will actually be less expensive and will include an upgrade option that will make back logs searchable and retrievable. Ross was pleased with the board agreeing in adding the option. Kim Bouman has resigned her position as head volleyball coach. Her letter stated, “I have enjoyed coaching the girls in volleyball over the past nine years. There are things currently in my life that I wish to devote more attention to and it wouldn’t be fair to the girls if I was unable to give 100 percent to them and the sport.” Bouman will still work with volleyball camps and other activities over the summer. The board accepted the resignation on the condition that a qualified replacement can be
Ty Manke wins bronc ride
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Ty Manke, Rapid City, shows just how he won the 6th annual Philip Invitational Matched Bronc Ride, last Friday, June 16. Manke scored a 76 on Frontier during the first round of the event. It wasn’t the best score of the round, but it was enough to get him to the progressive round where he scored a 78 on Bambino Vold. Manke was the first rider out of the chutes in the short go, bringing in an 87 on Big Wig. Photo by Nancy Haigh Ty Manke earned first place at the sixth annual Philip Invitational Matched Bronc Ride, Friday, June 15. The top bronc ride of the first round was J.J. Elshere, Hereford, who stayed on the horse Boogers Pet for a score of 82. The bucking broncs, many being champions, come from the Burch Rodeo Company, Rozet, Wyo., Korkow Rodeo Company, Pierre, S.D., and the Burns Rodeo Company, Laramie, Wyo. Many of the cowboys and much of the livestock are returning competitors from last year. Earning the second highest score in the first round was Jesse Bail, Camp Crook, getting a score of 81 on Beaver Bait. Third place went to Josh Reynolds, Ekalaka, Mont. – 80 on Raylene, 4th to Ryan Elshere, Elm Springs – 79 on Wasp, 5th to Cole Elshere, Faith – 78 riding Wasabee, 6th to Troy Crowser, Whitewood – 77 on Little Jean Jacket, 7th to Hugh Connelly, 77 on River Rat, 8th to Ty Manke, Rapid City – 76 on Frontier, 9th to Wade Yost, Ree Heights – 75 on Grey Goose, 10th to Rollie Wilson, Buffalo – 74 on Pinball Girl, 11th to Jeremy Meeks – 73 on Sand and Sage, and 12th to Travis Nelson, Milesville – 72 riding April Snow. The starting 25 cowboys were cut down to a continuing 12. The other bronc riders and their unofficial scores in the first round were Jeremy Means, Eagle Butte – 73, Ty Kennedy, Philip – 70, Eric Addison, Belvidere – 69, and James Irish, Lewistown, Mont. – 68. Ending up with no scores in the first round were Jake Costello, Newell, Louie Brunson, Interior, Ty Thompson, Wanblee, Jamie Willert, Kadoka, Kaden Deal, Red Scaffold, Chad Ferley, Oelrichs, Jeff Willert, Belvidere, Zack West, Philip, and Chuck Schmidt, Keldron. The progressive round saw six of these men stay on in the competition and move into the short go. Topping them off was R. Elshere, who stayed on the wild pony Crazy Mary for a score of 84. J.J. Elshere scored an 83 riding Storm Warning for second place. Manke scored 78 for third place. Wilson earned fourth place with a score of 76. Bail and Meeks both stayed on their mounts for scores of 74 and remained in the running for the short go. The cowboys not making the cut, and their unofficial scores, were Connelly and C. Elshere – 73 each, Reynolds – 72, Crowser – 70, Yost – 68, and Nelson – 65. Jerry Willuweit, a “good ol’ cowboy” who passed away January 2010, was commemorated by the presentation of one of his cowboy hats and a certificate for a new cowboy hat to R. Elshere, winner of the progressive round. Out of the six cowboys in the final round, J.J. Elshere ended his evening when he went airborne from Big Mama. Wilson rode Gone Wild, receiving a 72 and a reride option. He ended his night with a no score when he and the bronc Rhubarb met. Earning the fourth highest score in the last round was R. Elshere, who scored 82 with Paint Chip. Claiming third place with a score of 84 was Meeks riding Jim Dandy. Second place went to Matched bronc ride
The Forty and Eight, a section of the American Legion, has delivered its annual check to the Philip swimming pool. The funds, this year $75, were to help with the free swim day that was offered Tuesday, June 19. Shown, back row, from left: Les Pearson, Don Olivier, and Marvin Denke. Front: pool manager Rose Bennett, Photo by Del Bartels Phil Pearson and Ron Millage.
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Jace Schofield grabbed the lead off of the starting line, and held it to win the final 200-yard race of the second annual Philip ranch horse races, Saturday, June 16. The races are sponsored by the Philip Chamber of Commerce. by Del Bartels Last year, the first-ever ranch horse races held during Festival Days were well attended. This year there were more entries and a larger audience. Two sets of bleachers were filled and vehicles lined the rest of the race field. The 100-yard races were held, then three 200-yard races. Starting the afternoon was the race of cowboys and cowgirls 12 and under. Jaycie West came in first on Tumbleweed, Eastan West next on Miss Muffet, Dylan Schofield third on Butterscotch and Cappie West fourth on Brownie. In the ladiesonly race, Morgan Frein took first place on Z Slash Jack, Danielle Piroutek claimed second on Frosty, and Dusti Berry took fourth on top of Twister. In the open, Frein again claimed first place, with Jace Schofield riding Legs taking second, and Berry coming in third. The first heat of the 200-yard races ended with Frein in first, Trapper Canfield on Tucker in second, and Cooper West riding Blackjack for third. The second heat ended with Schofield first, Piroutek second, and Ben Stangle on Mocha, third. The finals in the 200 ended with Schofield taking first, Frein second, and Canfield third.
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Relay For Life five kilometer run/walk Matched bronc ride
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Bail, who stayed on Vanilla Twist for a score of 86. Taking top honors for the 2012 Philip Invitational Matched Bronc Ride was Manke, who rode Big Wig for 87 points. Manke, winner of the short go and the prize money, also received a pair of spurs. These spurs, crafted by John Bauman, Long Valley, are sponsored by Jones Saddlery, Bottle and Vet, owned by Irvin and Alice Jones, Philip. Between rounds, youth rode ponies as bucking broncs. Of the 14 entries, Dawson Reedy was given The five kilometer run/walk Saturday morning, June 16, was sponsored by the Cowgirls Cookin’ Up a Cure Relay For Life team. Over 100 people entered the event. Shown are the entries, with the runners in front and walkers behind. For males and for females, age brackets were zero to 13 years of age, 14-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59 and 60 and older.
first place, with a score of 81, from the matched bronc ride judges. Trey Elshere earned a 79 for second place, and James Calhoen got a 57 for third. Other young riders were Victor Dennis, Coy Kramer, Pedro Dennis, Cooper West, Myles Clements, Cash Wilson, Kaylor Pinney, Paul Smiley, Kaylar Black, Jade Fenhaus and Eathan West. The Philip Invitational Matched Bronc Ride drew over 1,500 at the gate. With spectators, contestants, their families and all the workers, over 1,800 people were in attendance.
Philip in KGFX Hometown Tour
Every other Wednesday starting at 8:00 a.m., KGFX Radio broadcasts an hour-long program featuring a different community. On June 13, Philip was the subject of this Hometown Tour. The live broadcast was aired from the Fire Hall Park picnic shelter. Some of the Philip area’s community officials, business leaders and residents talked about concerns and upcoming local events. The main subject was the weekend’s Philip Festival Days. KGFX announcer Dorene Foster, news director Jeri Thomas and Dakota Radio Group account executive Karla Kendrick talked with pre-arranged members of the Philip area. Tyler Hauk represented Philip Motor and the Philip Chamber of Commerce. Mary Burnett discussed Philip’s namesake cowboy/statesman Scotty Philip and the bronze bust of him. Jennifer Henrie talked about medical students getting hands-on experience and community connections through Philip Health Services, Inc. Mayor Mike Vetter covered future goals for the city of Philip. Amy Moses discussed the movie industry’s change to digital equipment and the resulting difficulties for the local Gem Theatre. Joe Gittings finished off the hour by promoting Philip and its Festival Days. Including set-up time, the broadcast, taking video footage for the radio station’s website, and teardown time, the radio station representatives spent over three hours in Philip. Foster planned to return to be an audience member for the Philip Invitational Matched Bronc Ride.
Local food entrepreneurs workshop
South Dakota State University Extension is presenting a series of free trainings June 27 in Kadoka, July 11 in Philip and July 18 in Kadoka for local produce growers and food producers and local food product processors. The morning sessions will include a three-part business planning series running from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Attendance at all sessions is recommended as the information will build upon previous sessions. The afternoon will include three local food focused tracks running from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Each of these sessions can be registered for individually. Participants should visit www.igrow.org/events to register for this training. This training is sponsored by USDA Rural Development and will be provided free of charge to the public. There is a free meal for registered participants. Return this form to SDSU Extension-Sioux Falls Regional Center, Attn: Chris Zdorovtsov, 2001 E. 8th St., Sioux Falls, SD 57103. The June 27 and July 18 workshops will be held at the Kadoka School, 800 Bayberry St., Kadoka. The July 11 training will be held at the Haakon County Courthouse Community Room, 140 S. Howard Ave., Philip. Workshop details: June 27, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.: Determining feasibility: Answering feasibility questions, marketing analysis tools, creating a mission statement, and setting business goals and objectives. June 27, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m..: Marketing and online marketing: Discussing direct marketing outlets for local foods, food product marketing strategies, and internet business sites and social media. July 11, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.: Developing the business plan: Developing an executive summary, company summary, management and ownership, product and service summary, market analysis, marketing plans and financial analysis. July 11, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.: Food safety and processing for farmer’s markets: Handling food safely, the home processed food law, and canned, dried, frozen and baked goods for farmer's markets. July 18, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.: Business documents and financing options: Choosing a business structure, taxes and licensing, overview of financial statements, and financing options. July 18, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.: Farmer’s market start-up; Start-up and selling tips, developing bylaws, regulatory agency overview, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) utilization and sales tax. For some sessions it is suggested to bring a laptop or one can be provided. See the registration for details about computer usages at specific classes. For more information contact Chris Zdorovtsov at 7823290 or Christina.Zdorovtsov @sdstate.edu.
Joe Gittings was the final guest personality during the hour-long airing of the Hometown Tour. Shown left is news director Jeri Thomas, and right is announcer Dorene Foster.
Medora to Deadwod trail ride registrations open
A historic trail ride connecting two Dakota towns rich in history and lore begins this summer. The historic Medora (N.D.) to Deadwood (S.D.) Trail took riders from North Dakota’s western buttes and Little Missouri River country to the Wild West town of Deadwood in South Dakota’s Black Hills in the 1880s. Now, modern-day trail riders have a chance to ride the same path. This stage route will be open for travel in two parts: the southern route, from Buffalo, S.D., to Deadwood, S.D., will take place this year, from August 25 to September 1. The northern route will be from Buffalo to Medora, N.D., in the summer of 2013. While travelers in the 1880s took the journey in one shot, present-day organizers are splitting the lengthy trek into two segments, in hopes of enticing even more horsemen and women to make the journey. The 1880s were a time in the west when all roads led to Deadwood for the gold rush, brought to light by General Custer’s army and the get-rich reports of miners from all walks of life. Hearing the reports, aristocratic French nobleman Marquis de Mores established his own stage line from Medora to Deadwood. He charged 10 cents a mile, and the route took the stage to Deadwood, through the Black Hills and to the South Dakota Badlands. Relay stations were set up every 10 to 15 miles along the route for team changes and passenger breaks. Many historians believe this stage was used mainly as a tourism shuttle between the two western cities from 1884 and 1886.
Gem Theater operator Amy Moses, left, gave a tour and brief history of Philip’s Gem Theatre to radio personalities Jeri Thomas, center, and Dorene Foster.
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In 2012, visitors can once again be part of the journey. Organizers are looking for teams and riders to join them on this historical ride. The ride will benefit the Days of ’76 Museum in Deadwood. Registration forms can be found at www.daysof76.com or by calling the museum at (605) 57816570.
ACE in the hole
My winning hand for those who demand to win both personally and professionally is assured with an ACE in the hole – Accountability, Communication, Excellence. Let’s break these down so that when we look inside we see the power of these attitudes and behaviors. We then should adopt them to our personal way of operating our lives. Take a hold and turn these keys to greater success. Accountability: Service providers and employees need to make sure, now more than ever, that they are seeking out accountability for results, and total customer satisfaction in every contact, including both the external and internal customers that they serve. Accountability before, during and after the sale, are fundamental and a requirement for success. Years ago I rebelled in every major way against accountability, though today I have a great respect for it and seek out situations and people to be accountable to so that I can build this mindset deeper into my way of operating. *I cannot say I have totally “arrived” in area of accountability. Frankly this is something that I must work at purposefully every day! Communication: Leaders need to make sure they are clearly communicating the expectations they have for job performance to their employees. I refer to this as a clarification of expectations! A clarification in results utilizes performance standards and measurement statistically in numbers, percentages and dollars that are written down and spelled out in black and white. If an employer fails to communicate the standards, they are to blame for poor performance of employees on the job. There are no excuses for neglecting this leadership responsibility. Simply enlighten your people, and do it as often as necessary. *I cannot say I have totally arrived as an expert in communications, though it is honestly something that I must work at precisely every day! Excellence: Seek excellence in every facet of the job because that is what will keep people coming back. Excellence is also what may bring former customers who decided to go elsewhere for one reason or another back to you. Repeat customers and/or contracts renewed are generally direct results of excellence in service delivery, and when people have encountered excellence it turns them on like a light switch. Satisfied customers respond with referrals and repeat business. I personally love quality and excellence as they go hand in hand. Strive for excellence in all things. *I cannot say I have totally arrived in this area either. However, excellence is what I strive for and work at diligently toward every day! In summary, today it will be vital for you to grab a hold of these three words and diligently apply them into your systems of operation daily. Do not hold back. Take them seriously and live your dreams. Today is the day and now is the time to use that ACE in the hole! *Reader, you will notice my disclaimers in this article. I believe that anyone speaking or writing on these subjects needs to place their personal disclaimer in their work. If someone claims they have totally arrived in these areas, well, in my humble opionion, they have some serious honesty issues and are a little too self-absorbed.
Rodeo rube ... by Del Bartels
“This ain’t my first rodeo,” is a phrase that does not quite apply to me. I attended plenty of rodeos as a teenager, because I played the tuba in the high school cowboy band. I have attended some rodeos since, mostly to watch the cowgirls, laugh at the clown and be amazed by the youngsters busting mutton. I really like people who attend rodeos. Still, I don’t quite understand much of what goes on. First, there is a line between bravery and insanity. If I was among the horseback flag-bearers, my flag would be white. A horse weighs around 1,000 pounds and a bull weighs about twice that. A Formula One race car is around 1,200 pounds, but its goal in life isn’t to throw you off of it, and it doesn’t usually come back around to try to do a Irish Riverdance on your head. If you fall off of a trampoline, you bounce off of the cushioned edge and then land on a grassy lawn. When you jolt off of rodeo livestock, even if you don’t first hit the metal arena paneling, you will eventually succumb to gravity and hit dirt. Even the “safer” events bewilder me. In breakaway roping, cowgirls careen across the arena to lasso a bolting calf just so their rope can snap. I wasn’t in any danger when my dog’s leash broke, and then I threw the thing away. Barrel racing is similar, but it includes leaning over barrels as your horse is pummeling the dirt around them at breakneck speed. Note that the rodeo clown is never in any of those barrels. Pole bending looks like fun, but it’s origins can’t be from ranch work. In real life, a speeding horse doesn’t try to race up against things that bend, but rather stays clear of trees, fence posts, pickups, other horses and the occasional cowboy. The rodeo queen is beautiful, but keep in mind that she can physically slap most city men clear across the room. Dainty cowgirls heft bales, build fence, handle horses and deftly put cowboys in their place. The safest place for me concerning beef is when it is on a grill. The safest horse is one on a merry-go-round. Ropes are for opening curtains. I guess rodeos are where audiences can be brave vicariously through cowboys and cowgirls. If a bull bashes the arena panels and makes everyone jerk back, that’s a thrill. Rodeo clowning is serious work. I can fantasize that the cowgirl is racing her horse to me. I can brag that bull riding doesn’t look all that hard; but I’ll never prove it. Some western movies have a disclaimer of “No animals were injured in the making of this movie.” They don’t state how many people ended up in the hospital or quit the Hollywood stunt business because of the livestock. I’ve been right next to a chute as a rider is getting on the bronc. The horse’s eyes are cold and unsettling. The eyes of Genghis Khan, Leif Erikson and the Black Knight couldn’t have had such cunning maliciousness. A thousand pounds of bone and muscle bred and trained to violently launch men off of their backs; and the cowboy is getting on top of that? I’ll settle for trying to housebreak a puppy.
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Thursday: Clear. High of 84F. Winds from the South at 5 to 15 mph. Thursday Night: Partly cloudy. Low of 55F. Winds from the SE at 10 to 15 mph.
Friday: Partly cloudy in the morning, then mostly cloudy. High of 99F. Breezy. Winds from the SE at 15 to 20 mph. Friday Night: Partly cloudy. Fog overnight. Low of 64F. Winds from the SE at 10 to 15 mph shifting to the NNE after midnight.
Saturday: Partly cloudy. High of 88F. Breezy. Winds from the NE at 10 to 20 mph. Saturday Night: Partly cloudy. Low of 59F. Breezy. Winds from the ESE at 10 to 20 mph.
Sunday: Partly cloudy. High of 88F. Breezy. Winds from the ESE at 15 to 20 mph. Sunday Night: Partly cloudy. Low of 61F. Breezy. Winds from the ESE at 15 to 20 mph.
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Elderly Meals Thursday, June 21: Pork Chop Supreme, Red Mashed Potatoes, Malibu Veggies, Biscuit, Lemon Pie. Friday, June 22: BBQ Pork Sandwich, Sweet Potato Fries, Coleslaw, Cranberry Orange Delight. Monday, June 25: BLTs, Baked Beans, Garden Ranch Salad, Blonde Brownie. Tuesday, June 26: Chicken Pasta, Pomodoro, Malibu Veggies, Garlic Bread, Diced Peaches. Wednesday, June 27: Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Corn, Roll, Pineapple Tidbits. *** Exercises, yes, we really do have this new feature on Saturday. For an activity Friday, June 8, we had cooking with Sandy. We made applesauce orange muffins. Fred was there to man the mixer. Floy beat the eggs and arranged the cupcake papers. Sandy and Shawn melted brown sugar and butter together, and scraped and baked. The cakes turned out pretty and delicious. Ray and Mildred Kraemer’s three granddaughters, Molly and Keagan from Missouri, and Rebecca, who is in the Air Force and may have a variety of addresses, all visited at Somerset Court Friday. My nephew, Leonard Meyer, Greenfield, Ind., sent me a great email. It has photos taken from space and shows many scenes of the world. They are so far out that they can see the whole world in big sections. For example, all of Patag-
by Vivian Hansen • grhansen@gwtc.net or betty@pioneer-review.com
Jeff and Kelly Penticoff. Michael and Rechelle attended activities for the class of 2002 reunion, as well as many of the other Festival Days activities. A couple’s shower was held on Saturday for the couple, then a birthday party held Sunday for Jeff Penticoff’s mother, Mary June, all at the Penticoff home. A fun-filled, busy weekend was enjoyed by all. Saturday, June 9, was a pretty busy day around Somerset Court. I had company for breakfast. My daughter-in-law, Barbara Hansen, her daughter, Holly Maudsley, and Holly’s son, Asher, age five, and Barbara’s granddaughter, Willow, age 13, all came for breakfast. Then Holly and I had a quick game of scrabble while Barbie and Willow tidied up my clothes closet. Then at 10:00 I went with my granddaughter, Sheridan, to a makeup party. The party demonstrator, Lisa Kasuke, showed various cosmetics and fixed me all up pretty. I liked the feel of some of the items. Their lip balm is said not to require frequent application. Thank you, Lisa, and thank you, Sheridan, for taking me along. In the afternoon at Somerset Court we had quilting with Sandy. Sandy laid out materials and organized the work. Annetta and Vivian sewed and Irene Cox, Floy, Agnes and Margaret cut and ironed. Sandy ironed and also served lemon bars. Jack Humke was there part of the time. Father Dahms dropped in with a Somerset Court pillow that needed a little stitching. Thanks, Lydia Schulz for your nice note. Thank you to my niece, Wanda Artz, Humboldt, for your letter. She sent pictures of their new house with attached garage. It looks very pretty and comfortable. Sunday, June 10, they told me we had a strong, fast rain last night. I was sleeping and missed it. Sunday, Irene McKnight had her daughter, Gloria Crumet in for lunch at Somerset Court. Irene Cox and her family had lunch in the Somerset Court dining room. Some of them were from Omaha, Nebraska. Sunday afternoon, Rev. Richardson had church services. Thank you. He had just been to North Carolina to his mother’s funeral. He said the family wanted a fu-
Thursday, June 21, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •
bubbles. However, those syrup bubbles leave a sticky residue, so should be caught on newspapers. Wednesday, June 13, there was a bus trip to Deadwood. (If you can’t get a foursome together for bridge, hopefully you have other interests such as whist, cribbage, pinochle, scrabble or bananagrams. There is a new game called quiddler, that my nephew, Leonard Meyer told me about. I would like to get one of those games. Residents of Somerset Court express sympathy to Ladd Burgr, whose wife passed away June 10, 2012. Ladd has one son and three daughters and 11 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Tuesday, June 12, 2012, we took the Somerset Court bus to us to Ft. Hayes to hear Jim Gardiner play the piano. (Rats, Jim was not there.) Shawn and Sandy, Fred, Charlie, Don, Flossie, Anne and Vivian went. We got back in time to play blongo with Susan and Sandy. Eileen won one game and Irene Arbach won the other. Floy, Irene McKnight, Addie, Inez, Jeannie, Mildred K., Mildred Y., and her helper, Kay, and Vivian played. All received Somerset Court bucks. At 2:00 p.m. we had bingo with Sandy calling the numbers. Susan helped with reading cards and with hospitality. Winners were Floy, Mary K., Fred, Agnes, Irene C., Jeannie, Addie, Lu and Mildred K. For snack and chat, we had our favorite root beer floats. Big ones! Phyllis Capeheart came in time for a float, and she said it was the first she had ever had. She reported that a special dish for New Year’s Day in South Carolina was pig’s ears. After bingo, Addie, Irene Cox, Agnes Tastad and Vivian Hansen played rummi-cube. Somerset Court resident, Fred Smith said he has lots of famous relatives. They have their photos in all the post offices! Be collecting your special gear for June 18, crazy hat day, June 19, crazy sox day, June 20, inside out and backwards day, June 21, favorite team day, and June 22, dress Hawaiian and earn some Somerset Court bucks. Thursday, June 14, was flag day. We had to dash back upstairs to put on our red, white and blue. Along with the obituary for Jackie Burgr, was the announcement that the family would be gathering at Somerset Court Friday, June 15, in the afternoon. Wednesday, June 13, Shawn and Sandy took a bunch of residents on
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onia, or North Africa. I could tell you the link: <ne1.attach.mail. ymail.com>. My granddaughter, Ginger Bennett’s, baby shower is coming up soon, so I need to send the little quilt that I made. I met Sandy in the hall at Somerset Court and she said she could bring me a box that would be good to mail it in. Thank you, Sandy. Charlie and Joann Hathaway had a bunch of relatives visiting Friday, June 8, and they gathered around the fountain in the Somerset Court courtyard and had a little party. I even heard them singing right below my Somerset Court courtyard window. Skeeter Boyer came to sing for us Friday. He brought his wife, Kathleen, along. Some of the songs he sang were “Oh, Lord It’s Hard to be Humble,” “It is No Secret What God Can Do,” “You Ain’t Nothing But a Hound Dog,” “I Was Lookin’ Back to See, if You were Looking Back at Me,” and Skeeter’s closing song, “Show Me the Way to go Home.” We thank you Skeeter and Kathleen for coming to visit Somerset residents. Who remembers black strap molasses? Pa used to like to have that sometimes when I was a kid. It was strong and dark and I think Ma used it in gingerbread. Hey, how come nobody plays dominoes any more? But anyway, bananagrams is more fun. Michael Penticoff and Rechelle Hartsoch, Fargo, N.D., and Daniel Penticoff, Rapid City, arrived in Philip Friday, June 15, to spend the weekend with the boys’ folks,
Please join us in celebrating Helen Sorensen’s 90th Birthday Sunday, July 1st ~ 2 to 4 p.m.
Community Evangelical Free Church, Philip
–No gifts, please Cards may be sent to: Helen Sorensen, PO Box 222, Philip, SD 57567 (Her actual birthday is in December!)
Katie Nelson & Merrit Carpenter
Saturday, June 30th
1:00 to 3:00 p.m. at the Bad River Senior Citizen’s Center Downtown Philip Bring your favorite recipe!!
You’re invited to a Couple’s Shower for
Happy
neral to be a remembrance of the good and happy times they had had with their mother. She was the one that kept them on the straight and narrow, and they are thankful. Rev. Richardson is thankful he lives in Rapid City. He is used to it now. He was apprehensive at first, since he had been a successful and well-rooted minister in Japan. Jack Humke played the piano for hymn singing. Thank you, Jack. Have you made any soap bubbles lately? Add a little glycerin to your bubble mix for stronger bubbles. Monday, June 11, 2012, a bunch of us, Marilyn Butts, Eileen Tenold, Charlie Hathaway, Anne Brink, Jim and Eleanor Holmes, Connie Stevens, Addie Rorvig, Lois Bard, Fred Smith, Dwight Mann, Vivian Hansen and Flossie Albright, went with Shawn and Sandy on the Somerset bus to the Journey Museum to see memorabilia of the Rapid City June 9, 1972, flood. It was an elaborate display of posters, photos, charts, graphs, newspaper articles, a big screen movie, headset movies, and magazines with stories of the flood. The new South Dakota Magazine has a write-up about the 1972 flood. I liked the Journey’s grounds feature native grasses and flowers and wild roses in bloom. The Somerset Court movie, “Silverado,” a western with lots of nice rocks and canyons and some shooting, all on our new big screen TV. The girl in the movie said, “I won’t always be this pretty, but the land will.” My daughter, Delores Denke, Pavilion, Wyo., phoned June 11 and we had a nice visit. They are busy making alfalfa hay. The irrigation water is short this year. My nephew, Leonard Meyer, Greenfield, Ind., emailed that it was a very dry there. My granddaughter, Sheridan dropped in with some cosmetics for me and just then, M.R. Hansen came to take me over to Wayne and Gwynn’s for supper. Wayne had been fishing and caught some of my favorites, crappies and perch. They had corn on the cob, hot corn bread, and hot cherry pie with ice cream. Barbara Hansen and Asher Maudsley were also there as was Clay Hansen, who gave me a ride back to Somerset Court. Thank you, Clay. And thank you, Wayne and Gwynn, for the great supper. I looked up soap bubbles on the Internet and they mentioned that corn syrup added to the bubble mix by making bigger, longer-lasting
Anniversary
LuAnn (Knutson) & Jim Baker
Friends of the couple may send cards to them at:
You’re invited to a Come & Go Bridal Shower for Rachelle Hauk
(fiancée of Casey Elshere)
6017 36th Ave. SW Seattle, WA 98126
Saturday, June 30th 10:00 a.m. Senechal Apts. Lobby Downtown Philip
(No local invitations are being sent)
It’s A Girl!
Sydney Marie
Daughter of Ben & Gina Dutzar Seattle, WA
Born: January 23, 2012
the Somerset Court bus to a picnic in the park. It was a beautiful day for a picnic. A good time was reported. Other activities scheduled for that day were Bible study and bridge and exercises. Ina Oerlline, Eleanor Holmes, Irene Arbach and Vivian Hansen played whist. M.R. Hansen came for scrabble and brought a Paul Theroux travel book. Thank you, M.R. Remember that a mother’s kiss is both antiseptic and analgesic. On Flag Day, Somerset Court residents received generous Somerset bucks for wearing red, white and blue. Thursday, June 14, the Somerset Court Wii bowling scores were: Irene McK., 145 and 132, Irene Cox, 134, Anne, 181, Addie, 104 and 121, Mildred K., 174, Fred, 118. Thank you Sandy for the bowling scores. Thursday at Somerset Court, bingo winners were Doris Wellman, twice, Irene A., twice, Alma, Irene C., and Vivian, twice. There were more players than usual. I counted 32, including Connie’s daughter who came in about the last game. For snack and chat there was coffee and strawberry/ cream cheese cupcakes. Somerset Court residents received new safety lockets June 14, 2012. I had a phone call from my niece, Alma Hulett Schilling, Redfield. She is visiting her son, Ted, in Spearfish where the Schilling family is holding a family reunion. Some of the family may stop in at Somerset Court next week. Thank you to Bonnie Buls for the pretty birthday card and sweet letter. Bonnie has spent some time in the Philip hospital and at this time is using a walker to help her get around. Bonnie and I have a similar task, to figure out how to store treasured letters and cards in a small apartment. They just keep adding up and are too precious to part with. David Plocek was visiting Eileen Tenold at Somerset Court June 14 and 15. The family of Ladimer Burgr gathered at Somerset Court. M.R. Hansen came for scrabble Thursday and brought his grandson, Asher Maudsley, age five, with him. Asher built a hideout down behind the couch, and M.R. and I played scrabble. Willow Hansen will be spending the weekend with M.R. and Barbara Hansen. They planned to go to Philip Festival Days. Blizzards of 1949 Philip teachers for the school year of 1949-50 will be Wayne Kennedy, coach and math, Francis Murphy, ag and shop, Harlan Hallstrom, English and music, Nettie Zimmerman, seventh and eighth, Marilyn More, fifth and sixth, Delores Backus, third and fourth, Helen Meals, second and third, and Pearl Delperdang, primary. May 31 - June 1, two inches of rain over those days. June 15. Charlotte and Eddie Colvin have a baby son, Richie. 6-16. Northfork News: Ralph Hansen and Henry Kurth staked a dam at Ramseys Thursday and started to work on it Friday. 6-23. Philip businesses contributed $200, which was enough to spray the town, the livestock sale yard, the lighted field, the slaughter house, the dump and Bad River for flies and mosquitoes. July 4. At the Fourth of July celebration at Fortune’s on the old Grover place, ice cream was made using snow that was left over from the January 1949 blizzards. This incident was related by Don Denke in 1994. July 4. Dr. Rosenfeld states that “due to lack of nurses, the Philip hospital is not able to take patients at this time.” July 8. Temperatures at Philip hit 108 degrees on July 2 and 3, 1949. Game Warden Darrel Brady transferred back to Haakon, Jackson, Jones counties. Delinquent taxes, Virgil Hansen, $62.08, Vivian Hansen, $1.02. Richard Jipp seriously burned in flaming pit at Philip CAA Station. Holover Sorensen has leased the Philip Creamery and will continue to operate it. Butter production will be limited to local demand. (Note, the Pioneer Review is now, in 2012, published in the building that was the creamery in 1949.) July 18. Mrs. Wm. Humphrey accompanied Mrs. Wallace Hansen to Rapid City Friday.
Maternal Grandparents:
Gene & Sheryl Michael, Philip, SD
June 22-23-24-25:
Paternal Grandparents:
Vivian Dutzar, Spokane, WA Jack & Pam Dutzar, Boston, MA
Men in Black 3
(PG-13)
Fri: 8:00 p.m. Sun: 1:30 p.m. Sat: 8:00 p.m. Mon: 7:00 p.m.
Cousins:
Dustin, Kyle, Cyrissa, Janie, Cain, Emma & Lauren
Gem Theatre
859-2000 • Philip
June 29-30-31-July 1: Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted (PG)
Church & Community
Milesville News
by Janice Parsons • 544-3315
There is another birth to report from our community. Cody and Jamie Hanrahan are first-time parents to a son born in Rapid City June 11. Conlin Leroy weighed 5 lbs. 5 ozs. and was 18 inches long. Congratulations to the new parents and to Grandma Debbie Hanrahan! All are welcome to the card party and homemade ice cream social (plus pie) at the Milesville Hall this Saturday evening, June 23, at 7:00 p.m. This is sponsored by the Milesville Rangers 4-H Club for their June Dairy Month promotion. Milesville had a nice rain Friday night with no hail. The weather station reports .70” from two different rains. There are some fields of winter wheat that are nearly ripe – much earlier than normal. Most everyone from our area were in Philip for the many Festival Days activities over the weekend. Several class reunions were held during the celebration. Among them was the 50th for Paul Staben and he and Donna attended that. Luke Neville and daughters, Kennah and Jaylyn, and Eric Neville were down from Rapid City visiting their parents, Lee and Debbie Neville. Luke was here for his 10-year class reunion. Young folks from Milesville who participated in the ranch horse races were Ben Stangle, Danielle Piroutek, Dusti and Misti Berry and Tanner Radway. The Miles Hovland family stayed in Philip Friday night with Joe and Debbie Prouty following the matched bronc ride. Saturday, Connor and Mackenzie had fun playing and swimming with their cousins, Timothy and Wesley Riggins and their parents, Quentin and Kylie Riggins, all of Rapid City. Miles and his dad, Allen, went to a farm sale near Belvidere. Jim and Lana Elshere were busy over the weekend with rodeos, including the bronc ride Friday night. Saturday, they were in Wall for a 4-H rodeo where Cory's two (Trey and Jenna) and Ryan's (Carter and Kamri) were participating. That night, they went on to Sturgis for a rodeo to watch Ryan, J.J. and their cousin, Cole, who were all competing. Tim and Lori Quinn and boys were met in Philip for the festivies Saturday by Lori's sister and niece, Michele Steinberg and Kodi from Rapid City and their aunt and uncle, Jo and Tom Daniels, Olympia, Wash. The Milesville Relay For Life team had a fundraiser during the horse races. Tina Staben and Marlis Doud sold cookies and bars donated by the community. Jeannine Anderson, Rapid City, spent Saturday night with Joan Hamill after the ladies had been in for Festival Days. They visited with members of the class of '62. Glen Radway was among those who participated in the poker run during Festival Days. Julie Minard was a lunch guest Thursday at Joan Hamill's. She was in Philip with her sister, Janet. Both ladies live in California. Local boys who attended a football camp last week on Monday and Tuesday in Kimball were Nick Hamill, Brayden Fitch and Ben Stangle. Donnie and Marcia Eymer and Jim and Vonnie O'Dea helped Bill and Karyl Sandal celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday night with supper out in Philip. Trevor and Christa Fitch and boys and Byron and Peggy Parsons were among those who attended the wedding of Tylissa Fitch and Brock Geffre Saturday in Lead. Kara Parsons is in her second week of radiation, which is being done in Rapid City. She stays with relatives, including her sister, Joanne Borszich, and her motherin-law, Joanne Parsons. Gail Gebes, Illinois, visited at the Leo Pattons’ Sunday afternoon. He had been here for a Buchholz family reunion in the Black Hills. Jim and Mark Stangle were in the Black Hills for 4-H camp from Tuesday until Friday. Ben plays basketball with a league team in Rapid City Wednesday evenings. Sam is playing Legion baseball this summer and they had a game in Belle Fourche Saturday. This is a busy family. Last week, Jim and Lana Elshere kept grandsons, Talon, Thayne, Trik and Tel, until Wednesday afternoon when they went home to see their new brother, Trailon. These are J.J. and Lindsay's boys. Leo Patton had a good report from his doctor in Ft. Meade last Monday. Tuesday, Leo and Joan were in Pierre and Irene Patton joined them for lunch. Two young men, Tom Frawley, a relative, and his friend, Ben Francis, both of Plymouth, Minn., visited at the Mark and Pat Hanrahan home from Friday night until Monday morning. They will be seniors in high school next year and they wanted to come to the country for an adventure. They had a great time. Kalie Hanrahan and Tracie Erdmann were also home for the weekend. Gene and Theresa Deuchar attended a farm sale at Belvidere Saturday and traveled on to Pierre for the annual Kudos Corn Hole Tournament. This is to raise money for an award in memory of Dalles Brucklacher. Saturday evening, Gene and Theresa stayed at the Shad and Jenna Finn farm with Cass and Cole while their parents attended a wedding reception. Sunday, Gene and Theresa hosted a potluck supper for Lorraine and Henry Hanson, Todd Radway, Roy Warner, his parents, Linda and Larry, his brother and wife, Loren and Jill, and his sister, Kim. The group helped with a short branding and also did some fishing. Monday, Terry and Amanda Molnar, and nephew, Wesley Fitch, stopped in for a few days to visit before returning to their home in Cheyenne, Wyo. Karen Carley attended the bridal shower in Philip Saturday afternoon for Emily Maring, fiancée of John Gittings. She went on up to New Underwood to visit her parents, Frank and Mildred O'Grady, and spent the night. Phil went to Deadwood Saturday to an antique auction and joined them that evening. Sunday, she fixed a Father’s Day dinner for the family. Mike and Linda Gebes have been busy cleaning up after the wind and hail storm a week ago. Their son, Darren, and three of their sons came down from North Dakota to help out a few days. Others helping at various times were son Brad, his friend, Kathy, and her two kids, Henry Hanson, Roy Warner, Steve Pekron, and Mark and Bailey Radway. Courtney Gebes, Sturgis, was home over the weekend. Linda Gebes attended her aunt, Sylvia Schultz's, funeral in Philip last Wednesday. Sylvia, age 99, and Linda's dad, Luther Knutson, were brother and sister. Bart and I hosted a Parsons/ Elshere picnic here on Father’s Day. Ninety family members and some friends were here for the day. Besides South Dakota, states represented were Montana, Colorado and Minnesota. It was fun visiting with family we don't see often. Thank you all for coming!
Thursday, June 21, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •
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Betwixt Places News
by Marsha Sumpter • 837-2048 • bilmar@gwtc.net
Sandee Gittings went to Hayes, Pierre, Murdo and Okaton Monday. Monday proved to be a great day with our outside water leak found and corrected by Sauntee Coller and crew without having to blow up the garage or anything drastic. That is great news for us. Tony Harty had a miserable Sunday night and just when he got to sleep, niece Kathy Brown called and needed him to pick her up along the highway where she had a flat tire and take her to her vehicle; he grabbed coffee then headed to Pierre to see Merlin Bennett to get his back worked on. On the way home, he stopped in Belvidere to check out the items going up for auction at the Eddie Kodet Estate sale and visited with Janet (Kodet) and Jan Miller who were there getting things organized. He stopped by our place to give me his news for the week that evening. Tuesday here in Kadoka it was windy all day and then blew in 60/100s of rain. Tony Harty had coffee out in the morning then visited Shirley Hair before mowing for Russ Hattel and Wilma Stout, as well his own yard. In the evening, he went to Philip to watch the softball game and it got rained out after two games. Boy, it was sure a quite week as far as my journal goes. Only sketchy notes to go by. Wednesday, Johnny Wilson came by to pick up some banners for the Wanblee American Legion. I delivered a banner to Rod Knutson at the CHS here in Kadoka for the class of '72 float and did a little business around town. Farmers Union Camp was held at the George and Sandee Gittings place Thursday. The day-long camp was well attended with 13 campers from Haakon and Jackson counties. Myrna Gottsleben and Marsha Sumpter were the straw bosses with summer help from the South
Dakota Farmers Union of Amelia Thompson and Hanna Lily, Huron, and Tyana Gottsleben and Ashton Reedy, Philip, doing a great job of supervising several crafts, lesson books and lots of songs. A program Betwixt Places 16
Engagement Announcement
Garry and Sherri Krause are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Kay Krause, to Earl Thomas Clements, son of Charles Clements and Holly Clements. Sarah is a graduate of Estelline High School and Earl is a graduate of Jones County High School. An August 4, 2012, wedding is planned in Estelline. The couple makes their home in Castlewood.
Dowling Community Church Annual Reunion
with Pastor Harold Delbridge
Sunday, July 8, 2012
Services begin at 10:00 a.m. with a potluck to follow. Everyone welcome!
The family of Eileen Fitzgerald requests a Card Shower in honor of her 85th Birthday on July 9, 2012.
Send her a card: PO Box 4 Philip, SD 57567
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You’re invited to a Wedding Reception for Steven Stewart & Beth Davis Saturday, June 30th at 7:00 p.m. at the Legion Hall in Philip with a dance to follow
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American Legion Hall • Philip Bidding starts at 1 p.m. Food & refreshments served!! Call 859-2443 or 515-3610 to consign your items …we will pick them up! ItemS ConSIgned:
• Silver Dollars • Rocking Chair with Footstool • King Size Bed (very good shape) • Computer Desk • Dehumidifier • Gun Cabinet • Cow Country Calf Table (like new) • Propane Heater • Boots (nice, size 9-1/2) • End Tables • Tools • Garage Items • Stepladder • Sporting Equipment • Propane Furnace • Quilt (handmade) • Lawn Ornaments • Entertainment Center • TV Sets
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SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH Philip – 859-2664 – sacred@gwtc.net Fr. Kevin Achbach Saturdays: Confession from 3 to 4 p.m. Saturday Mass: 5:00 p.m. Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. (August) Tues-Wed-Fri. Mass: 8:30 a.m. Thurs. Mass: 10:30 a.m. at Philip Nursing Home * * * * * * ST. WILLIAM CATHOLIC CHURCH Midland – 859-2664 or 843-2544 Fr. Kevin Achbach Saturday Mass: 7:00 p.m. (Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct., Dec.) Sun day Mass: 11:00 a.m. (Jan., Mar., May, July, Sept., Nov.) Confession: Before Mass * * * * * * ST. MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH Milesville – 859-2664 Fr. Kevin Achbach Sunday Mass: 11:00 a.m. (Feb-April-June-Oct-Dec) Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. (August) Saturday Mass: 7:30 p.m. (Jan-March-May-July-Sept-Nov) Confession: Before Mass Monday Release Time: 2:15 p.m. * * * * * * FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Frezil Westerlund 859-2336 • Philip E-MAIL: prfrezil@gmail.com SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:30 a.m. 1st Sunday: Coffee & Rolls after worship First Lutheran Ladies Bible study. There are two Bible study groups: each meeting monthly. One meets on the second Tuesday at 12:00 p.m. at First Lutheran Church and the other meets on the second Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. at the Senechal Apts. lobby. No Bible studies during June, July, & August.
TRINITY LUTHERAN Pastor Frezil Westerlund Midland – 843-2538 SATURDAY WORSHIP: 7:00 p.m. Ruth Circle: 3rd Tues. at 2 p.m. Nowlin Circle: Last Wed. at 9 a.m. Rebecca Circle: Last Wed. at 7 p.m. (Nov. thru Feb.); 6:30 p.m. (Mar. - Oct.) * * * * * * DEEP CREEK LUTHERAN Moenville – 843-2538 Pastor Frezil Westerlund SUNDAY WORSHIP: 1:30 p.m. (CT) ALCW: 3rd Thursday, 1:30 p.m. * * * * * * OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN Long Valley Pastor Frezil Westerlund SUNDAY WORSHIP: 8:00 a.m. * * * * * * DOWLING COMMUNITY CHURCH Every Sunday in July Services at 10:00 a.m. followed by potluck dinner CONCORDIA LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Art Weitschat Kadoka – 837-2390 SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:00 a.m. * * * * * * OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH, Philip (605) 669-2406 • Murdo Pastor Ray Greenseth Sunday Worship Services: 1:00 p.m. * * * * * * OPEN BIBLE CHURCH • MIDLAND Pastor Andy Blye 843-2143 • facebook.com/midlandobc Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship Service: 10:30 a.m. Bible Study: Wed. at 7:30 p.m. Women’s Ministries: 2nd Thurs., 1:30
ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN CHURCH 10 miles SE of Midland • Pastor Glenn Denke • 462-6169 Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m. (CT) Sunday School: 10 a.m. CT Sunday Bible Study: 10 a.m. * * * * * * PHILIP COMMUNITY EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip – 859-2841 Sunday School – 9:15 a.m. Sunday Services – 10:30 a.m. Last Sunday of the month – potluck dinner following church services Last Monday of the month – Evangelical Ladies Service/Bible Study - 7:00 p.m. Wed. Night Prayer & Bible Study: 7 p.m. Everyone Welcome!! * * * * * * HARDINGROVE COMMUNITY EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip 859-2841 • garyaw@aol.com Worship Service: 8:00 a.m. • Children's Church: 8:30 a.m. Ladies’ Aid - 2nd Thurs. at 7:00 p.m. Bible Study & Prayer, Mondays at 7 p.m. * * * * * * UNITED CHURCH OF PHILIP Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310 Home: 859-2192 • E-mail: chez@gwtc.net Sunday Worship: 10:00 a.m. UCW meets 2nd Friday at 9:30 a.m. * * * * * * FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF INTERIOR Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310 E-mail: chez@gwtc.net Sunday Worship: 8:00 a.m.
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Midland News
Hope all you dads had a happy Father’s Day. Jerry and I decided to play tourist, having dinner out and taking a drive through the Badlands. We wound up at Wall Drug for some ice cream. It was a bright, sunny, hot day. While driving through the Badlands, my sunglasses, which I was wearing, gave the sky a deeper shade of blue making the peaks and puffy white clouds more distinct. A Kodak moment to be sure. And oh my, the tourists were everywhere. There were also lots of motorcyclists on the road. I just heard Midland’s fire whistle. That is never a sound you like to hear. Many places are really dry, making an easy target for a fire. Made me think of the recent fire at the Niedan place south and east of Midland. That fire was on a very windy day. It took the former home of the late Chris and Fran Niedan and the home Christine (Hunt) Niedan and her late husband, Curt, used to live in. Also the garage and a couple of other buildings. The barn and another building remained standing. That says something about the fire departments that were there to fight that fire. The wind that day was really blowing, making it difficult to fight and contain that fire. Sharon (Joy) Hemmingson and Sandra (Ellis) Johnson graduated from Midland High School, having kept in touch over the years, had a most enjoyable time together recently. June 4, Sandy and her husband, Bill Johnson, Mesa, Ariz., along with Bill’s sister and husband, Gail and Elmer Garcia, from the San Diego, Calif., area landed at the Rapid City airport. They spent from June 4 through 11 at the home of Dave and Sharon Hemmingson. Gail and Elmer had never been to South Dakota. Tuesday, they went to the Badlands and Wednesday Dave and Elmer went to Pierre to do some fishing. Bill went along but doesn’t care to fish. Sharon and Sandy took Gail on a tour of Midland, showing them where they grew up, going to the Midland Cemetery, the Stroppel Hotel and other sights around town. Later, they went to Pierre visiting the State Capitol and other sights and meeting up with the men folk. Friday and Saturday, everyone went sightseeing in the Black Hills. Sunday, they were at the home of Dave and Sharon’s daughter and son-in-law, Tammie and Marty Quinn, Rapid City. Dave and Sharon’s kids were hosting a 50th anniversary dinner and party for them. Sharon reports it was a gorgeous day and that around 50 people, made up of mostly family and a few close friends, had a most enjoyable day in the Quinn’s spacious backyard. Congratulations, Dave and Sharon, on your 50th anniversary. Where do the years go? Ernie and Laurel Nemec had a barbecue in their backyard on Father’s Day. Those there besides Ernie and Laurel were Bob and Verona Evans, Kathy Tolton, Randy and Holly Nemec, Terry and Laura Nemec, Dell Rapids, Katey and Brian Ortlieb and kids, Black Hawk, Chelsee and Tyler Rankin and family, Murdo, Tyler and Angel Nemec and family and John Nemec. Bob List, Yankton, and his daughter, Dianne Ninunguray, Omaha, Neb., were at a gem show in Rapid City where they set up a booth displaying their gems, etc. On their way home Sunday evening, they stopped at the Karel Reiman home for a visit, spent the night and left for home Monday morning. Bob’s late wife, Lorraine (Reiman) List, was the late Lloyd Reiman’s twin sister. Bob’s wife, Elaine, had a booth at Tabor for Czech’s Days. Bob makes jewelry and he and Elaine have gone there for a number of years. Ronnie and Emily Sammons headed for Sioux Falls recently, picking up Ronnie’s sister, Jo Quatier, and from there they headed for Bloomington, Neb., for the wedding of Libby Quatier and Christopher Rohlik. Libby is the daughter of Brad Quatier and the granddaughter of Jo and the late Butch Quatier. June 12, Ronnie and Emily were at the home of Kim Bierle for the birthday supper of Kim’s mom, Jan Bierle’s 75th birthday. Others at the birthday supper were Jim and Jan Bierle, Kory and Robin Bierle and family and Robin’s dad, Myron Olson. Happy birthday, Jan.
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Church Hall. Wednesday, June 13, following their work day, Christopher, Stephanie and Laura Nemec came to the parental Jerry and Sonia Nemec home spending the night. Thursday, we all headed for Mt. Rushmore where we met up with Jim and Carmen Nemec, Kayla and Dale, Belle Fourche, and April and Miranda Meeker, Spearfish. There was to be a naturalization ceremony at Mt. Rushmore for those folks becoming U.S. citizens. Our daughter-in-law, Stephanie, was one of the 111 people who were a part of the ceremony that day. Qusi Al-Haj, who is the West River Regional Director of Senator John Thune’s office, was the guest speaker giving an inspirational talk on what it is to become an American citizen. He was originally from Jordan and shared being a part of just such a ceremony 21 years ago. He made you stop and think of just what it is to be an American, something we, who have been an American all of our lives, often take for granted. It was a special day and after having a daughter-in-law from Germany you realize there is quite a process to go through to become an American citizen. Christopher and Stephanie dropped Jerry and I off and they headed back to Mitchell as they had to be back at work the following day. Our daughter, Charlene Nemec, continues to enjoy her travels in Costa Rica seeing much beautiful country. One of the tour group stops was the Toruguero National Park in the rain forest. They woke to the sound of the howler monkeys, the alarm clock of the rain forest. They had a beautiful day and made their way along the
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Kadoka Rodeo Arena • Sat. June 23
Ronnie and Emily’s daughter, Corrine Norman of the Hayes area, has been bringing three of her grandchildren, Colt, Camryn and Austyn Norman, to Midland on Wednesday’s for the summer reading program. It is always nice to have kids come to our Midland Community Library for that event. Jenna Finn has put a lot of time into organizing that program and appreciates the help from some of the mothers. Librarian Karel Reiman is there ready and willing to help kids check out books and DVDs before heading home. The summer reading program is a great thing for our young kids and is a plus for our library as well. Pat Jones, Wessington Springs, dropped his daughter, Piper, off at the Morris and Barbara Jones’ home Friday on his way to a team basketball camp that the Wessington Springs boys’ basketball team was participating in at Spearfish. Piper was joined at the Jones’ home by Todd and Jill (Jones) Sheldon, Mallory, Mya and Doug, Bismarck, N.D., Friday afternoon. Friday night, all attended the Matched Bronc Ride in Philip. Saturday morning, all left Midland to attend the wedding of Cody Jones and Audrey Nelson in Valentine, Neb. Jeff and Jen Jones and Jon and Jennifer Jones and family also left Saturday for the wedding. Everyone returned home Sunday. Some enjoyed tubing on the Niobrara River Sunday morning. Congratulations to Cody Jones and Audrey Nelson. Cody is the son of Jerry and Joy (Saucerman) Jones. Congratulations to Deb Snook who won the mathematics portion of the 2011 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching in South Dakota. She’s taught upper level mathematics at the Philip High School for the past 12 of her 17 years as an educator. As one reads the article of her award, you can’t help but think, “We need more teachers like Deb.” She cares about her students and works to help them learn. In the article, she was quoted, “We want kids to give their opinion, and that’s what’s going to create those critical thinkers and those problem solvers.” At one time Deb was planning a career with the U.S. Army, but for personal reasons she chose to stay in South Dakota. And so went on the get her teaching degree and became a teacher who cares. A teacher whose journey has proven to be an interesting one and a journey that has taken her to further education. Randy and Holly Nemec had lots of family and friends around for the weekend. Holly reports that Randy planned a surprise birthday party
(with help from friends and family) for Holly's 50th birthday and actually pulled it off without her knowing anything was up. Good job, Randy. Happy birthday, Holly, those birthdays do creep up on a person don’t they? The following is a report from Audrey Jones: Father's Day weekend, again saw the annual reunion of the family of Ed and Elizabeth Nemec. Again, this year the picnic and camp over was held in the Midland City Park since the Griffin Park in Pierre is still not up to par. There were 88 descendants plus several cousins who stopped by to visit. There were 12 of the 14 remaining siblings in attendance. Present were Betty VanderMay from Kadoka, Steve and Vicki VanderMay, Trent, Todd, and Tel from Long Valley, Marge and Jerry Joe Donovan and Michaela from Vetel, and Suzanne Hoon and Elizabeth and Rosemary from Kadoka; Joe and Evie Nemec, Des Moines, Iowa; Frances Terkildsen, Joe Handrahan, and Rocky Terkildsen and Kendra from Kadoka, Paul Handrahan, Arapaho, Okla., and Barb Dundas, Beau, Spencer, Megan, and Jacob, Parkston; Art and Wynn Bergeson and Maria Scott, Ft. Pierre, Mike and Jill Bergeson, Cottage Grove, Minn., and Jake Bergeson, Yankton; Polly and Bill Bruce, Hayes; Vern and Jen Ryan, Beth, Emily, and Cody from North Dakota; Gene and Audrey Jones, Midland, Lisa Foley, Wagner, Julie and Jer Whitcher and Lane and Paula Jones, Rapid City; Ben and Kathy Nemec, Oilbird, and Chad Nemec and Renee and Ace, Mitchell; Tony and Lavone Nemec, Kevin Nemec and Trey, Dane, and Ian, Gillette, Wyo.; Bernadette and Dick Knox, Highmore; Michael and Susan Nemec, Midland, Sheila Karn and Michael, John, and Levi, Sioux Falls, Cindy and Ryan Dinger, Ava, Nora, and Emmet, Wall, Timothy and Lori Nemec, Rachel, Emily and James from Midland, and Nathan and Erin Nemec, Daniel and Ellie, Radcliff, Ky.; Mark and Glenda Nemec, Hill City, Beth Hand, Isiah, Samuel, Elijah, and Adrian, Pierre; Rita Nemec Foreng and Britteny, Sioux Falls, and Tim Baskerville, Sioux Falls. Several cousins stopped by to say hi, including Ernie and Laurel Nemec, John Nemec, Randy and Holly Nemec, and Margie Iwan. About a dozen tents were pitched in the park, and others found rooms at local establishments plus family homes. During the time much visiting, eating, games, etc. were enjoyed by all. The next scheduled reunion of the Nemec family is planned for the Sunday after Christmas, December 30, 2012, at St. William Catholic
canals searching for any wildlife they could find. Charlene’s favorite was the Jesus Christ lizard which got its name because it can walk on water. She did have a chance to reunite with her Costa Rican friends whom she hadn’t seen since 1991. She thoroughly enjoyed her trip and will be leaving for the airport at 3:30 in the morning June 19 where she will be heading back to Minneapolis to visit some friends before her next adventure. I am closing out my new’s column for this week. Tried calling folks, but didn’t find them at home. With it being summer it is a busy time, so folks aren’t in the house too much.Wishing you a great week. Hopefully we will get some moisture in the form of rain. Midland Senior Citizens The senior citizens met at the center June 4 for their monthly meeting. President Kandus Woitte called the meeting to order and led in the flag salute. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The treasurer’s report was given. George Stroppel moved to accept and George Anderson seconded. Motion carried. The June bulletin board was done. No cards were sent. Maintenance mowed the yard. The Farmer’s Market used the center June 1 and will use it on June 8. Mahlon Alcock gave a $200 memorial for Ora Kieffer. Meeting adjourned. Mickey Woitte, reporter If there is someone in the community who could occasionally substitute for Sonia in gathering and writing the Midland news on occasion, please contact her at 843-2564.
Honoring our veterans
by Senator John Thune In recent weeks, I have had the great privilege of meeting with various veterans groups throughout South Dakota. Whether I’m speaking to the Disabled American Veterans, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, or others, representing veterans is a highlight of my job as an elected official and a continual reminder of the sacrifices made for our country’s freedom. My dad is a decorated World War II Navy pilot, which has given me first-hand knowledge of the sacrifices made by our nation’s veterans. Our country's veterans represent America’s finest—true patriots who placed honor above personal gain. They deserve nothing less than our respect, gratitude, and the best in care and benefits. As a member of the U.S. Senate, I am committed to ensuring that our veterans receive the resources they deserve for the tremendous sacrifices they have made for our country. Though we face tight budgetary constraints, veterans' programs must be a top priority. Our military heroes risked it all so that we may enjoy freedom and liberty today and we owe them nothing less than the best. I encourage all South Dakotans to take time out of their schedules to offer assistance to our state’s veterans, or even just pay a veteran a visit. We will never be able to repay our debt of gratitude to our veterans for their sacrifices, but we can take action to improve the lives of our heroes.
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South Dakota Housing Development Authority is accepting applications for funding under both the Neighborhood Stabilization Program 1 and Neighborhood Stabilization Program 3. There is approximately $1 million available under each program. Due to the time constraints associated with these programs, projects must be completed by December 31, 2012. The NSP1 was authorized under Title III of the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008. Its goal is to provide emergency assistance for the acquisition and redevelopment of vacant, abandoned or foreclosed properties. The NSP3 is part of the federal Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010. Its intent is to assist in the redevelopment of abandoned and foreclosed homes in specific geographical areas. The eligible uses of both of these funds include financing mechanisms for purchase and redevelopment of foreclosed homes and residential properties; purchase and rehabilitation of homes and residential properties that have been abandoned or foreclosed in order to sell, rent or redevelop; demolishment of blighted structures; and redevelopment of demolished or vacant properties. Eligible applicants are units of local governments, nonprofit organizations and for-profit developers. SDHDA views the NSP as an opportunity to provide additional funding to the state of South Dakota to accomplish housing goals that may not typically be eligible or financially feasible under our current housing programs. Applications and maps of NSP3 targeted areas are on SDHDA’s website at www.sdhda.org. Use the application form which is appropriate for the proposed project (NSP1 or NSP3). For more information, contact Peggy Severson at 605-7733181 or peggy@sdhda.org. Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. CDT, July 31, 2012.
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Philip Festival Days
A light rain fell before and during the first round of the bronc ride. The audience held on, and the evening dried out for the bronc ride and for the free dance afterward. Photo by Del Bartels
Five sets of bleachers were brought in for Philip Festival Days for use at the matched bronc ride, the horse races and the demolition derby. Each set was 40foot long and could hold 250 spectators. The bleachers were brought in Thursday morning and were set up at the roping arena within hours. Photo by Del Bartels
Milesville rider Travis Nelson was one of the young guns of the matched bronc ride last Friday. He made it to the progressive round where he rode Nika Jack of Burns Rodeo Company for a 64 plus a reride option, which he took and received a 65. Photo by Nancy Haigh
Previously, the Philip Arena Association had purchased livestock chutes and pen panels for $15,000 and made the last payment this year. Now the association has $16,000 more in panels, all of which were erected Thursday afternoon in preparation for the matched bronc ride. Photo by Del Bartels
This mother acted as if she never heard the song “Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys” by helping her son get the best view of the matched bronc ride.
This year, the numbers of entries in the 5K run/walk sponsored by the Cowgirls Cookin’ Up a Cure Relay For Life team were swelled by family support for a local cancer survivor. Kathy Gittings was honored by a family reunion at the 5K, who all wore matching t-shirts. Gittings marked her 25th year as a survivor. She is the gal in sunglasses standing behind the group of kids with the dog.
The free street dance Friday night brought in people of all ages. Shown are, from left: Teresa O’Connell, River Drury and Kelcey Butler. The Newman Ranch entered this 1947 Model D tractor in the Philip parade in memory of Sonny Newman. Along with this tractor, there were parade entries of horse-drawn wagons, antique cars, new pickups, boats, ATVs and flatbed trailers full of class reunion classmates. Photo by Del Bartels
The water fights sponsored by the Philip Volunteer Fire Department seem to always be a big hit with everyone – with the kids as participants and with the adults as an audience. The goal is for one hose team to push the bottle from the center of the cable to the other team’s side. The result is everyone gets wet.
Dawson Reedy rode away with the top spot in the pony division of the matched bronc ride. He scored an 81 for his efforts. Photo by Nancy Haigh
Sue Philip, great-granddaughter of Scotty Philip, rode in the parade on a wagon supplied by the Oldenberg Ranch. Shown are, from left: Philip, Dan Oldenberg and his grandchildren Dominique and Kendrick. Philip had with her for the Philip Festival Days her daughter, Terry Allgayer, and son, Curtis Anderson.
A drink of water, a healthy snack and someplace to rest. After the 5K run/walk Saturday morning, Vonda Hamill rested on one of the playground pieces at the Haakon County Young Women’s Kiddie Park. The run/walk was sponsored by the Cowgirls Cookin’ Up a Cure Relay For Life team. Photo by Del Bartels
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Philip Festival Days
Ty Manke, Rapid City, winner of the 2012 Philip Invitational Matched Bronc Ride, accepted a pair of spurs from Irvin Jones. Jones and his wife, Alice, are owners of Jones Saddlery, Bottle and Vet, which donates the spurs each year. John Bauman, Long Valley crafts the spurs for this annual presentation.
This bronc rider stretched his muscles and tested his saddle before his ride in the short go of the Philip Invitational Matched Bronc Ride. Photo by Del Bartels
While the water fights and blow-up games were going on, additional activities for the even smaller kids were offered, such as a coin scramble in a pile of hay and a row of basketball hoops. This tyke was not going to miss this shot.
Dale Christiansen, Kadoka, has been the rodeo commentator at the Philip Invitational Matched Bronc Ride since it was started in 2007. Photo by Nancy Haigh
The three large blow-up games rented by the Haakon County Young Women for Philip Festival Days were a big hit with the younger people and with the young at heart. A fourth, smaller bouncy castle also set up in Fire Hall Park was supplied by the Griffin family. Shown are, from left: Jannine Taylor, Julie Callahan and MarPhoto by Del Bartels ialynn Burns.
Myles Clements tries his best to hang on during his pony ride at the matched bronc ride. Photo by Nancy Haigh
The free street dance Friday night, featuring the band Country Rush, was sponsored by the Philip Chamber of Commerce. The band started at 9:00 p.m., though the size of the audience really expanded after the matched bronc ride got over closer to 10:00 p.m. Because of the light rain before, the band did not set up on the provided flatbed, but under a Center Avenue business awning. The musical entertainment actually began earlier with Kianna and Katlin Knutson performing before Country Rush. Photo by Del Bartels
Above, now-a-days, what’s a parade without candy being throw to the spectators?
At left, this youngster enjoyed the dirt, expecially when more came flying toward him from the inside of the rodeo arena.
Cole Elshere came down from Faith to try and upstage some of his more wellknown cousins at the matched bronc ride. A score on 78 in the first round allowed him to advance to the progressive round. He had a 72 with a reride option, which he took and is seen riding here. Photo by Nancy Haigh
Wade Yost, Ree Heights, had a high bucker during the progressive round of the matched bronc ride. Korkow’s Vegas Star eventually took Yost for a roll and he got a reride where he tallied a 68. Photo by Nancy Haigh
This young cowboy was just getting all the extra ingrediants on his free burger when the bronc rides began. The Philip Chamber of Commerce gave away 1,200 hamburgers during its annual burger feed before the saddle bronc ride.
It was a good night of riding for J.J. Elshere, Hereford, at least until about 7 seconds into his ride on Burch Rodeo Company’s Big Mama during the short go at the matched bronc ride. He scored an 82 in the first round and an 83 in the progressive round. Photo by Nancy Haigh
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Demolition derby a real bang-up New record set at 10th annual Spud
Gittings Memorial Golf Tournament
The 10th annual Spud Gittings Memorial Golf Tournament was held Sunday, June 17, at Lake Waggoner Golf Course north of Philip. Thirty three-person teams participated in the nine-hole scramble format tournament, which was a new record. It broke the previous record established during Philip’s centennial celebration in 2007. The golf tournament has added over $11,000 over the past 10 years for a scholarship at Philip High School. This year, every participant received a Titleist cap, with Spud Gittings Memorial embroidered on the side. Championship Flight Trace O’Connell, Jake Fitzgerald, Brit Miller – 30 Brad Haynes, Tyler Hauk, Landon Peterson – 32 Lynn Denke, Dennis Anderson, G. Oiler – 33 Marshall Carr, Lars Gittings, Lance Gittings – 34 Bob Thorson, Jody Ainsworth, Abby Fitzgerald – 34 Dak Carley, Caleb Clements, Luke Clements – 34 J.P. Jones, Irv Jones, Jim Sandstrom – 35 Doug Hauk, Jack Heinz, Kirk Dennis – 35 First Flight Jerry Carley, Brian O’Reilly, Cheryl Iverson – 36 Branden West, Beau Ravellette, Matt Griffin – 36 Dean Fitzgerald, Dave Fitzgerald, Corky Thorson – 37 Brad Kuchenbecker, Dana Kerns, Shawn Kerns – 37 Brant Sundall, Lance Sundall, Bruce Kroetch – 37 D.J. Rush, Jody Gittings, Mark LaBeau – 38 Quentin Riggins, Matt Reedy, John Paul Reedy – 38
Shown are representatives of the Gittings family and winners of the Spud Gittings Memorial Golf Tourament. From left: Jody Gittings, Julie Gittings, Trace O’Connell, Jake Fitzgerald, Charlie Gittings, Diane Gittings and tournament director D.J. Rush. Not pictured: Brit Miller. Courtesy photo Scott Brech, Bill Slovek, Jeff Rieckman – 38 Ryan Seager, Tanner Seager, Pat Seager – 39 Second Flight Tena Slovek, Andrew Reckling, Craig Weber – 40 Mike Moses, Michael Moses, Bo Slovek – 41 Earl Parks, Beaver Scott, Brock Slovek – 42 Ross Brunskill, Thor Roseth, Radley Kennedy – 42 Doug West, Jake Tisdall, Gary Brooks – 42 Elliot McQuirk, Chad Ramsey, Jeremy Kerns – 42 George Paul Michael, Dustin Michael – Tyler Fritz 42 Third Flight Jim Larson, Paul Spear, Adam Roseth 44 Toby Hook, Duane Hauk, Kara Moriarity – 44 Kieth Smith, Bill McDaniel, Lincoln Smith – 46 Don Pedersen, Mark Pedersen, Gene Barvels – 48 John Gittings, Kathy Gittings, Emily Maring – 48 Jay Gittings, Jen Conry, Mary Quinn – 58.
by Del Bartels The annual Philip Volunteer Fire Department demolition derby held Saturday, June 16, was a contestant-filled, deafening, audiencethrilling, mud-spewing success. Drivers tried to bash their way into placing in the top three in one of the first three heats. Those top nine cars, or rather what was left of them, were joined by the the top two survivors of the consolation heat, the fourth heat. The final, fifth round determined the evening’s top winners. In each of the first three heats, two drivers lurched their cars out in a tie. For heat one, Brady Birkeland, Dupree, drove a 1989 Ford Crown Victoria, and Billy Marrow, Hot Springs, in a 1975 Chevy Malibu, filled the first two spots to continue on to the final round, with Cooper Wall, Dupree (66 Dodge Polara) claiming the third slot. The second heat saw Cody Birkeland, Dupree, in a 1995 Ford Crown Victoria, and Matt Feiock, Mobridge, driving a 1972 Cadillac, claiming the tie, with Slade Farlee, Dupree, in a 1998 Ford Lincoln Town Car, getting the third spot. Heat three had Craig Roth, Gillette, Wyo. in a 1967 Ford Lin-
coln, and Tony Roth, Mitchell, driving a 1977 Newport, moving on to the final heat. Brice Villmow, Gillette, Wyo. drove his 1975 Chrysler New Yorker into third place. For the consolation round, nine vehicles could be hammered back into running condition. When the smoke cleared, Randy Rasmussen, Mitchell, in his 1975 Dodge Monaco, and Vince Comer, Piedmont, in his 1973 Chevy Impala, revved their cars out of the mud field for quick repairs for the final round. In the final heat, T. Roth came out on top. C. Birkeland’s car was the last one to stop moving, thus claiming second place. Before him, B. Birkeland’s vehicle was the last to call it quits, thus giving him third place for the evening. Other entered drivers were Ed Henschal, Faith, in a 1977 Cordoba, Chance Jensen, Eagle Butte, in his 1967 Chrysler Fury, Jeff Jensen, Eagle Butte, in a 1973 Chrysler Polara, Zack Kruthoff, Rapid City, driving a 1976 Oldsmobile Delta 88, Dustin Fischer, Hot Springs, and his 1975 Buick Regal, Lane Hall, Winner, in a 1973 Dodge Polara, Chad Schroeder,
Rapid City, and his 1986 Ford LTD, and Caleb Clements, Philip, driving a 1979 Plymouth Fury.
Sturgis Regional High School Rodeo results
The Sturgis Regional High School Rodeo was held Friday through Sunday, June 8-10. This was one of four regional rodeos held around South Dakota over the weekend. Contestants who accumulate three or more goaround points in an event at regional rodeos qualify for the South Dakota State Finals High School Rodeo in Belle Fourche, June 2024. For more information, check the South Dakota High School Rodeo Association website of sdhsra.com.
Johnston, Second Go – 4th, 21.999. Team Roping Reed Johnston, Philip, and Dalton Lessert, Bennett County, First Go – 7th, 16.57. Caleb Schroth, Hot Springs, and Trey Richter, Wall, First Go – 9th, 23.57; Second Go – 5th, 11.18; Average – 6th, 34.75. Lane Blasius, Wall, and Rolly Fortune, Wall; Second Go – 7th, 13.38. Tie Down Roping Fortune, Wall, First Go – 4th, 11.81; Average – 7th, 34.08. Bareback Riding Mazee Pauley, Wall, Second Go – 10th, 17.953. Saddle Bronc Riding Johnson, Second Go – 1st, 52.
Deb Snook wins presidental award
Deborah Snook, math instructor at Philip High School, has been awarded the Presidential Award for Outstanding Math and Science Teaching. A White House press release reported that the president has named 97 mathematics and science teachers as recipients of the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. The educators will receive their awards in Washington, DC. later this month. The award is given annually to outstanding kindergarten through 12th grade science and mathematics teachers from across the country. The winners are selected by a panel of scientists, mathematicians and educators following an initial selection process done at the state level. Each year the award alternates between teachers teaching kindergarten through sixth grade and those teaching seventh through 12th grades. The 2011 awardees named this year teach seventh through 12th grades. Winners of this honor receive a $10,000 award from the National Science Foundation to be used at their discretion. They also are invited Washington, D.C., for an awards ceremony and several days of educational and celebratory events, including visits with members of Congress and the administration. In the press release, the president stated, “America’s success in the 21st century depends on our ability to educate our children, give our workers the skills they need,
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Barrel Racing Mazee Pauley, Wall, First Go – 3rd, 17.513: Average – 4th, 35.466. Bailey Lytle, Wall, First Go – 4th, 17.587; Average – 9th, 36.111. Carlee Johnston, Wall, First Go – 5th, 17.748. Breakaway Roping Elsie Fortune, Wall, First Go – 1st, 2.84; Second Go – 9th, 18.36; Average – 6th, 21.2. Mattee Pauley, Wall, First Go – 4th, 3.84; Second Go – 1st, 2.78; Average – 2nd, 6.62. Mazee Pauley, First Go – 4.96. Bull Riding John Luke McGriff, Wall, First Go – 2nd, 61. Goat Tying Mazee Pauley, First Go – 1st, 7.99. Kailey Rae Sawvell, Wall, First Go – 5th, 9.00; Average – 1st, 16.36. Carlee Johnston, Wall, First Go – 9th, 9.24. Mattee Pauley, First Go – 10th, 9.43; Second Go – 4th, 10.44; Average – 7th, 19.87. Pole Bending Mazee Pauley, First Go – 6th, 22.429; Second Go – 1st, 21.367; Average – 3rd, 43.795.
Senior art show
Enter the 16th annual Dakota Master Works Art Show, open to all South Dakota citizens age 60 and older. Categories include watercolor painting, oil painting, acrylic painting, drawing/pastels, photography, sculpture and wood carving. Send entries to the South Dakota Health Care Association Office at 804 N. Western Avenue, Sioux Falls, October 1 through October 5, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The free-admission show will be October 29-30 in Sioux Falls. To get an entry form, contact the above address, call 339-2071 or 1-800-9523052, or visit www.sd hca.org.
and embrace technological change. That starts with the men and women in front of our classrooms. These teachers are the best of the best, and they stand as excellent examples of the kind of leadership we need in order to train the next generation of innovators and help this country get ahead.” In her award profile, Snook stated, “The Presidential Award is a validation that my teaching methods have evolved to include the best practices to foster in my students the knowledge and love of mathematics. I wish to instill in my students a passion toward the subject as deep as my own. Great teaching requires tremendous dedication and perseverance. I believe this award honors those educators who demon- strate such qualities on the highest possible level. It is a tremendous accolade to receive the national award.” The profile also stated that Snook has been an educator for 17 years and has spent the last 12 years teaching geometry, algebra II, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, and physics at Philip High School in the Haakon County School District. She has also taught at Midland High School and Kadoka High School. By incorporating a variety of instructional techniques, Snook strives to meet the needs of all her students. She makes mathematics meaningful to her them by integrating activities from physics into her mathematics classes. She uses a variety of technologies including graphing calculators, data collection devices, and SMART-board technology, among others – as well as other innovative activities to make learning fun. Snook has received such honors as the School of Mines and Technology Award for Outstanding Teaching, Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, National Honor Roll’s Outstanding American Teachers, and the Enhancing Education Through Technology award. She has a bachelor of science, summa cum laude, in mathematics from Black Hills State University and an masters in education from Southwest Minnesota State University. She is certified in secondary education. The South Dakota recipients of the 2011 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching are Deborah Snook, Philip, for math, and Paul Kuhlman, Avon for science.
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Greetings from cooler, breezy, cloud-covered northeast Haakon County. It is early Tuesday morning as I write this, and it is cool enough that a sweatshirt feels good! You need to be flexible to deal with South Dakota weather. It is that time of year when you start off the day with warmer clothes, shed some of them by noon, and oftentimes put the extra layer back on again towards evening. I hope this wind blows up some rain – the soil is pretty dry again. First of all, happy belated Father's Day to all of you dads out there – hope you had a wonderful day! We are still dealing with the aftermath of the July 9 hail storm, working to cut and bale some of the damaged wheat. A few of the wheat fields were so pummeled that there is not even enough left to bale! I had been avoiding the garden as much as possible, because it looks so pathetic. However, when I went out yesterday to survey the veggies, I found that some plants are struggling to survive. So I gave them a drink of water and a pep talk – hope that will help. I replanted the cucumbers after the storm, and they are coming up, so there is hope of a harvest – just a little later in the season than usual. One of the tomato plants was especially courageous – it has a blossom on it, but hardly any leaves. Actually, it is pretty amazing that any of the plants survived the hail storm! One of our neighbors mentioned that she had intended to buy some tomato plants to replace the ones killed by the hail. The plants had been on sale, but after the hail storm, the plants were back to full price. I guess the law of supply and demand was at work. Nels and Dorothy Paulson were in Pierre last week. Nels got two MRIs done to try to figure out what is causing his shoulder pain, and he also got a new windshield – he knew what caused that problem! Thursday, the crop adjuster was at the Paulson place. Friday, they were back to the doctor again, and they'll see another doctor Tuesday. They are bound to get this figured out sooner or later! Dorothy said there was no church Sunday at Deep Creek. Billy and Arlyne Markwed enjoyed a visit from their niece's husband, Greg Latza, last Wednesday afternoon. Greg is a very gifted photographer and has published several books of his work. Friday, Billy and Arlyne and grandchildren, Dylan and Kori, attended the bronc riding event in Philip. Saturday morning, they were back in Philip to help with the 5K walk that was part of the Festival Days activities. From there they went to Belvidere and helped with the Eddie Kodet auction. Even with all the activities going on in the area, the auction drew a huge crowd. Ray and Nancy Neuhauser had company last Sunday and Monday. Nancy's daughter, Sandi, came and painted the decks at their home. Tuesday, Nancy's daughter, Kathy, came, and the ladies went to an event at the senior center. Friday, Raymond and Nancy enjoyed the Oahe Days parade, and Sunday Nancy attended a high school rodeo in Highmore, where four of her great-grandchildren were competing. When I talked with Nancy Monday, her daughter, Kathy, had dropped in for a visit. Raymond stays busy with his card playing schedule. Dick and Gene Hudson traveled to Valentine, Neb., Saturday for the wedding of Cody Jones and his bride, Audrey. On their way home Sunday, they went through Philip, stopping to visit several friends at the nursing home and Silverleaf. Gene said some of her garden is trying to survive, but time will tell just how successful it will be. Frank and Shirley Halligan were in Eagle Butte Saturday night to attend the wedding of J.R. Keckler and his bride, Casey Ayers. Best wishes to the happy couple! Julian and Coreen Roseth spent last weekend in the Black Hills. They were in Deadwood Friday, and Saturday they traveled to Coreen's sister's house in Hermosa. The two couples spent the day driving around the Black Hills and ended up by having supper in Keystone. Julian and Coreen returned home Sunday, stopping in Philip to visit with Roy Roseth and wish him a happy Father's Day. Monday, Coreen headed to Kadoka to watch granddaughter, Fayth's, t-ball game. Jon and Connie Johnson have been busy with their sons' activities this past week. Noah has swimming lessons in Pierre on Mondays and Thursdays through the month of June. Jon and Connie took son Wyatt to SDSU last week for registration and various presentations to prepare the incoming students. Son Avery spent several days last week at Chamberlain attending Farm Bureau Camp. He said it was a fabulous camp and he had a great time – good presentations, good speakers, and lots of fun. Wyatt was in Philip Friday evening for the bronc riding event, and Avery was in Belle Fourche Saturday for baseball games. Avery plays with the Philip Legion team, and they played two games, beating teams from both Belle Fourche and Newcastle, Wyo. Steve and Theresa McDaniel attended the Matched Bronc Ride in Philip Friday night. Their son, Tucker, rodeoed in Sturgis and Crazy Horse over the weekend. Steve and Colton are currently on a fishing trip to Lake of the Woods with a group of friends. Hope they are successful! There was a cattle drive at the Bruce ranch Saturday, as they were moving cattle to the south pasture for the summer. Several cowboys showed up to help, and Polly fed them all dinner after the job was done. Sunday, Bill and Polly attended the annual Nemec family gathering, which was held in the park in Midland this year. The group consists of children of Edward and Elizabeth Nemec (Polly's parents), and of course the children, grandchildren, and greatgrandchildren. Polly didn't know how many people attended the gathering, but she said 12 of the Nemec siblings were there. Some came Saturday and camped overnight in the park. Polly also mentioned that one of the yards adjacent to the park had a beautiful vegetable garden, and it was clear to see that it hadn't suffered any hail damage! Marge Briggs said some of her garden plants look like they are going to survive, but she also replanted the beans, peas and cucumbers. Following is her weather report for May, 2012: The high for the month was 97˚ on the 17th, with two days of 90˚ or above, and eight days of 80˚ or above. All but three days during the month of May were 60˚ or above. The lowest maximum temperature was 52˚ on the 31st. The low temperature for the month was 36˚ on the 12th, with 22 days with a low of 50˚ or below. The average high for the month was 73˚, the average low was 45˚, and the month's average temperature was 59˚. Precipitation for the month was 1.76”. Normal precipitation for May is 2.62”, leaving us .86” below normal for the
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Audrey Neiffer’s front yard was very pretty with bunches of shasta daisies and the hollyhocks were just beginning to bloom when this picture was taken. She has a beautiful arbor leading to the backyard that is covered in woodbine. Audrey’s home sits at the bottom of the hill on Wood Avenue. Photo by Nancy Haigh month. The year-to-date precipitation is 4.55”. Normal is 6.28”, leaving us 1.73” below normal for the year. At this point, we are at 72.45 percent of normal precipitation for the year. Chase and Kelly Briggs and family were in Brookings Friday and Saturday to attend the wedding of Kelly's college roommate. Kelly was a bridesmaid. Sunday, they traveled to Watertown to visit Chase's grandmother before returning to the ranch. Max and Joyce Jones had quite a bit of damage from the June 9 hail storm. Several of their new grain bins were moved off their foundations, but fortunately only one of the bins was creased. They lost all of the wheat at home, but their fields to the south were okay. They lost some windows in their house also. They were supper guests at Todd and Darcy Jones' home Father's Day. Max said the grasshoppers are getting pretty aggressive in their area. The hoppers that were pretty small not long ago are now big and hungry – he figures they probably ate some of the well fertilized crops around the place. Joyce said she had purchased some flowers to put in some planters, and she set them outside to harden off before planting them. The plants were outside for about three hours, and during that time the grasshoppers moved in and made lace out of the flower leaves! With the bugs, dry conditions, hail damage, etc., this might be one of those years when snow will look pretty good. Ruth Neuhauser had a visit last week from her daughter, Nina, and son-in-law, Lynn Nachtigall, from Cheyenne, Wyo., and her granddaughter, Tara, New York City. Lynn, Nina and Tara arrived Wednesday afternoon, so they got to visit Wednesday afternoon, all day Thursday and Friday morning.
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