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they will be assessed against the property and collected with the property taxes, to be paid in seven years at seven percent interest. The special events application by the PVFD for its demolition derby, June 16, was accepted. Also accepted was the special events application by the Dakota Bar for a street/sidewalk beer garden with a special alcoholic beverage license in conjunction with Philip Festival Days, June 15-16. In Police Chief Kit Graham’s report, Officer David Butler has applied for bulletproof vest using partnership funds. An extra officer has been hired for Festival Days. Lola Roseth, Haakon County emergency manager, presented her annual update to the council. Since the terrorist attacks September 11, 2001, in New York City and Washington, D.C., emergency management has been stepped up. Instant command online classes are required by the state for emergency response and political officials. “If we don’t have trained volunteers and trainings, it will be chaos (when a disaster does happen),” said Roseth. “If there ever is a disaster in the city of Philip, all you guys will be called upon to help.” Marlene Knutson with the Central South Dakota Enhancement District also briefed the council on her job. Most things that the city might need, especially in the way of applying for various grants, is what the member cities pay the CSDED to do. Philip pays $800 per year for membership. The CSDED also supports the Governor’s Home project. There has been an application for such a low-income structure to be built and moved to somewhere in Haakon County this year. The ordinance for a supplemental appropriation to finance the maintenance and improvements at the rubble site for 2012 was given its second reading. Several items were discussed and then tabled, in order to do more research. One item was purchasing a new utility billing software package. Another was regarding purchasing highly reflective street signs, as recommended by the United States Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration. Any additional railings at the swimming pool are also on hold. The city’s gross salaries for April totaled $22,714.81. The city’s percentages of insurance, retirement and withholding added another $7,776.15. The total for all other bills came to $54,708.95, which includes over $10,698 for employee health and dental premiums. The council tabled the employee health insurance rate increase of 5.6 percent for 2012/2013. An anticipatory 10 percent increase had previously been budgeted by the council. Council Member Marion Matt initiated a discussion of possibly increasing the deductibles to lower the rates, with maybe passing on a percentage of the savings to the employees through wage increases. The council officially approved the pool policy handbook amendments; hours, swim lessons and the new non-swimmer fee of $1.00 per visit. A pool cleaning machine, purchased in 2004 for $1,925, will be traded in to purchase a newer machine. The South Dakota Pilots Association will meet May 12 in Aberdeen. The Philip Airport will be presented for their November 10 meeting location. The owner of the non-working airplane left at the Philip airport was granted a pre-paid six-month lease for storage. The council agreed that no more extensions will be granted. The city council will meet as an election canvassing board, Thursday, June 7, at 4:00 p.m. in the community room. The next regular council meeting will be Monday, July 2, at 7:00 p.m. in the Haakon County Courthouse Community Room.
Number 42 Volume 106 June 7, 2012
Building incentives, special events
by Del Bartels During their meeting Monday, June 4, the Philip City Council approved all applications for malt beverage licenses. All of the applicants have paid their property taxes in advance. One license is contingent on the owner paying those property taxes. The businesses are the Sundowner Bar, Rock ‘N Roll Lanes, Corner Pantry, Morrison’s Pit Stop, Dakota Bar and 73 Bar and Lounge. The city council discussed an initial proposal by Council Member Trisha Larson intended to promote property improvement and construction. She asked, could a five-year tax break be given to new construction or remodelings above a certain assessed value? The first year of property taxes could be for only 20 percent of the valuation, with each following year adding 20 percent more. Also, could a larger tax be placed on vacant lots and vacant buildings? These reward and penalty ideas would possibly create a push toward improvements and construction. The theory is, if there is a larger tax base, then more taxes would eventually come in, thus lessening the tax need put on individual property owners. Building permits were approved for Vicki Daly to work on sidewalks, decks, fence, landscaping, tree removal, foundation repair, retaining wall and to move or remove shed. The Haakon County Young Women’s Kiddie Park will have cement edging installed. Jesse and Sheryl Hansen will put up a fence and put in an underground sprinkler. Ron and Laurie Mann will replace a 4’x10’ shed. The Philip Volunteer Fire Department will put up a 8’x16’ crow’s nest with underneath storage. J.R. Snyder plans to extend a driveway and add a concrete patio. Richard Stewart will remove an addition and replace it with a 16’x22’ addition. Bob and Monna Van Lint plan to remove a deck and replace it with 10’x20’ covered deck and replace a back stoop. Duke Westerberg will replace stairs, a deck and windows. A public hearing was held concerning putting a tax lien on the assessment roll to recover the demolition and clean-up costs for the building at 204 E. Pine St. No written objection was filed and no one objected at the hearing. If the costs are not paid by July 20, 2012,
Fort Pierre inventor makes it easier to build fence
David K. Hansen of Fort Pierre has invented and patented a post puller and material handler that removes and places posts, large or small. He’s shown here demonstrating the machine’s ability to grip large beams or posts. Courtesy photo By Lance Nixon, Capital Journal lance.nixon@capjournal.com This story first appeared in the Capital Journal of Pierre and its farm paper, Land & Livestock. Reprinted with permission. David K. Hansen of Fort Pierrebased Hansen Industries Inc. gives away business cards that say “Department of de Fence.” And if building fence for livestock is something you have to do, he sells a few inventions he’s worked up in the back shop to make your own high-level security operations in that area more successful – such as the patented, piston-powered post puller (produced proudly in Fort Pierre). There are many other implements for pulling up posts, says Hansen, who has pulled up a good many thousand of them in his day. But his invention beats the chain looped around the Handyman jack or the Farmall bucket all to pieces. “This is more than just a post puller – it’s a material handler,” Hansen says. In Hansen’s invention, a frame carries a pair of grippers capable of sliding along the frame to grasp a post or other object. The grippers may pivot so that the object remains vertical no matter if the tractor is sitting on uneven ground. The grippers can be controlled by hydraulic or other power provided by the tractor or lifting machine. In addition to that gripper that can handle heavy steel or wood beams, Hansen’s invention includes what he calls a “side grabber” or “putter” – so named because it’s shaped a bit like a golf club putter – that will easily tug steel fenceposts out of the ground. It makes removing fence a oneman job. A skilled operator can remove posts in a matter of minutes that could take hours to remove by some other method. Hansen points out the operator can lift them just high enough so that they remain standing in the ground so that SEE INVENTOR
The city of Philip enacted a second penny sales tax to aid with street repair in May 1995 not when the streets were first asphalted in the 1970s. The street widths for Wood Avenue will remain as they are currently.
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CHS Midwest Cooperative’s agronomy intern
by Del Bartels Rachael Hoyer is the new intern at Cenex Harvest States Midwest Cooperative in Philip. Working to finish her four-year agriculture business degree from South Dakota State University, Hoyer is getting hands-on experience in the ag market. She began May 15 and will be working at Midwest until the middle of August. Hoyer is originally from Badger. “I grew up on a farm, my dad works for his dad; family business,” said Hoyer. She began college with the intensions of earning a math education degree. “I realized I didn’t want to be a teacher. I figured they would eventually need someone to take over the farm. I should learn to know what I was doing.” Jim Kanable is Hoyer’s immediate supervisor at Midwest. “We’re busiest in early spring and summer. That’s when we need the help. And then that’s when we get to connect with the students and contact with future employees. This is the first one (intern) we’ve had in Philip. Rachael gets to break the mold,” said Kanable. “We do have an ongoing, vo-tech program where a student gets a free ride, say, for two years if they work with us for at least two-to-four years.” Along with learning things from weed identification to how to scout a field, Hoyer has to research a weekly question from her college. These assignments often require that she utilize her co-workers, the Internet, books and other sources, then still needs most of the week to complete the research. What will come after college is still a bit unclear for Hoyer. “I’d like to stay with CHS, there’s a lot of ag business,” she said. “Who knows, maybe I’ll take a minor in agronomy.” “A degree in agronomy isn’t necessarily necessary, but it’s a base. This is a learning-on-the-job job,” said Kanable. “There’s always a lot business degree; inventory, inventory control, filing, time management. I have 20-some years of experience so it comes easy to me. Rachael will be unfamiliar with herbicides, pesticides and fungicides. All that changes with the advent of generics.” “Along with what he said, I don’t know the area and the farmers. They say to go to such-and-such a field. I have to look it up and find it,” said Hoyer. “I’d have to say the most fun part of the job is the people. On the agronomy side, I’d have to say tissue sampling. I get to be out and its cool to see the results.” to do around here. A part of spraying is follow-up and she’s doing some of that. There will be tissue sampling and more tissue sampling.” “She’ll also get to see the business side of things since she has a
Swimming pool is open
Election Results
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Philip Bond Issue Yes No Democratic Primary U.S. Representative Jeff Barth Matt Varilek Republican Presidental Candidate Ron Paul Mitt Romney Rick Santorum Newt Gingrich Uncommitted delegates
Soils and Rangeland Days, June 19-20
The eighth annual Soils Days and 29th annual Rangeland Days are scheduled for June 19-20 in Philip and at the South Dakota State University Cottonwood Research Station. The two coinciding events provide an opportunity to learn more about two of South Dakota's most important resources – soils and rangelands. Learning activities have been designed for a variety of age groups and expertise, from eight years old through adult. Starting with plant morphology and identification through judging habitat suitable for cattle or grouse, everyone attending Rangeland Days will gain from participating. Divisions are determined by experience level and age as of January 1: New Rangers – 8-10 years old, Wranglers – 11-13, Scouts – 14-18, Go Getters – 14-18, and Old Rangers (adults). The Scouts are students who have little or no range judging experience. After a day of active learning, participants have the opportunity to measure how much they have learned by participating in a contest, again, designed specifically for their age levels and expertise. The adult program associated with this event will include numerous presentations where participants will learn about some of the research that has been going on at the Cottonwood Research Station. The presentations include a long term stocking rate study, patch grazing research, and high sulfate water research. There will also be demonstrations on working with rumen fistulated cattle, rainfall simulator, and rangeland monitoring procedures. Also during lunch there will be time to look at posters of other research being done at SDSU. The cost of the Soils and Rangeland Days includes meals. For more information, call Jennifer Jones with the Haakon County Conservation District at 859-2186 extension 3. Both Soils Days and Rangeland Days are hosted by Haakon County Conservation District, Jackson County Conservation District, SDSU Cooperative Extension Service and the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
The Philip swimming pool opened Friday, June 1. Open swimming is from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. each day except Tuesdays and Thursdays when it will close one hour earlier. The pool will hold a free swim day, Tuesday, June 19, courtesy of the Forty and Eight charitable and patriotic organization. That day the pool will remain open until 9:00 p.m. Photos by Bartels
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Marathon runners 9
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Market Report
Winter Wheat, 12 Pro...........................$5.89 Winter Wheat, Any Pro..........................$5.09 Spring Wheat, 14 Pro ...........................$6.73 Milo........................................................$4.68 Corn .......................................................$5.11 Millet....................................................$14.10 Sunflowers ..........................................$23.50
Opinion
Modern Woodmen plant trees
Local Modern Woodmen of America members gave a lasting gift to the community on May 23. Members of the Philip Modern Woodmen #12888 gathered at Lake Waggoner Golf Course to plant four evergreen trees. These trees are now between the number four and five fairways. The project was part of the nationwide Plant A Tree program, introduced in 2004 by Modern Woodmen. “This program allows Modern Woodmen members to give the community a lasting gift,” said Don Haynes, leader of the local Modern Woodmen #12888. “The name Modern Woodmen honors the pioneer woodmen who cleared the forests to build homes and secure futures for their families. It offers financial services to help clear away members’ financial burdens. And planting trees is an important way to create a secure future for families, communities and the environment,” said Haynes. Through the tree program and the help of its members, Modern Woodmen has planted thousands of trees across the United States. Chapters provide opportunities to connect through social activities and volunteer projects. Youth service clubs provide young members with opportunities to volunteer, be patriotic, learn new skills, make friends and have fun. As a tax-exempt fraternal benefit society, Modern Woodmen improves quality of life to its stakeholders – members, their families and their communities. This is accomplished through social, charitable and volunteer activities. Annually, Modern Woodmen and its members provide more than $23 million and nearly one million volunteer hours for community projects nationwide. For more information, contact Haynes at 859-2778.
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Vacation Bible School “Sky High Advenutures”
7-30-11: Driving Under Influence, 1st Offense; Possesion of Alcohol by Minor; Resisting Arrest; Exhibition Driving: Theo B. Fitch, Philip. Plea on all counts: Not guilty. Disposition; Dismissed - motion by prosecutor. 4-11-12: Driving Under Influence, 3rd Offense: Plea: Guilty by POA. Spencer D. Slocomb; fined $1,104. Driving with Revoked (not suspended) License; Reckless Driving; Reckless Driving; Open Alcoholic Bev. Container Accessible in Vehicle: No plea entered on all counts. Disposition: Dismissed - motion by prosecutor. Pen time is suspended based on the following conditions (all for the term of two years): 1) Defendant shall serve 180 days in the county jail and shall receive credit of 49 days for time served; 2) Defendant is to enter into a slip slot drug and alcohol treatment program to be determined by Court Services; 3) Upon successful completion of the program and aftercare, the remainder of the 180 days shall be suspended; 4) Pay fine and costs. Reimburse Haakon County for blood test costs and court appointed attorney fees; 5) Obey all laws; 6) Submit to warrantless search of his person, residence or vehicle for the presence of alcohol, marijuana or controlled substances; 7) No alcohol, drugs or marijuana. No establishments where alcohol is primary business; 8) Submit a DNA sample; 9) Supervised probation following release from custody and participate in 24/7 during those two years; and 10) Driving privileges revoked for one year. 7-30-11: Careless Driving: Theo B. Fitch, Philip; fined $110. 12-24-11: Driving Under Influence, 2nd Offense: Ronald G. Williams, Philip; fined $1,084. Plea: Guilty by POA. Reckless Use of Weapons: No plea entered. Disposition: Dismissed - motion by prosecutor. Jail is suspended based on the following conditions: 1) Pay fine, costs and blood test costs by 4/25/12; 2) Obey all laws for two years; 3) No alcohol or establishments that serve alcohol for six months; 4) Work permit upon proof of insurance and employment; and 5) Driver’s license revoked for one year. 3-25-12: Driving Under Influence, 1st Offense: Jordan Hauk, Quinn; no plea entered. Disposition: Recharged. Reckless Driving: Plea: guilty. Fined $300. Jail is suspended based on the following conditions: 1) Pay fine, costs and blood test costs by 4/25/12; and 2) Obey all laws for one year. 3-25-12: Possesion of Alcohol by Minor: Jordan Hauk, Quinn; no plea entered. Dismissed - motion by prosecutor. 4-25-12: Theft by Insufficient Funds Check: Belinda M. Dithmer, Wanblee; no plea entered. Disposition: Dismissed - motion by court. 4-6-12: Speeding: Renae Dahl, Rapid City; fined $145.
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The United Church’s Vacation Bible School, Tuesday, May 29, through Friday, June 1, concluded with a musical presentation Friday evening at Pastor Al and Lenore Brucklacher’s retreat. This year’s VBS, with the theme of “Sky High Adventure,” hosted 57 campers, 12 junior high and high school helpers and 12 adult supervisors. Having learned Biblical lessons during the week, the young campers performed songs based on the motto of “Trust God,” such as “Nothing Can Keep Me from You,” “You Can Trust God” and “I’ll Fly Away.” Some of the week’s activities and crafts were an imagination station, a skydive diner, games and wild blue adventures. Photo by Del Bartels
Community conversation on health and retirement security, in Philip, June 14
A statewide, county-by-county conversation about strengthening health and retirement security called “You've Earned a Say” is being held by AARP South Dakota. This is an effort to take the future of Medicare and Social Security out from behind closed doors in Washington and make South Dakotans a part of the discussion about the future of these programs. One of these events will be in Philip, Thursday, June 14, from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at Pizza Etc. Breakfast will be provided by AARP South Dakota. This is open to the public. Individuals of all ages are encouraged to attend and AARP membership is not required. There is no cost to attend, though registration is required. To register, call 1-877-926-8300. To support local hunger efforts, attendees are encouraged to bring a non-perishable food donation. Other sessions will be held in Murdo, Belle Fourche, Buffalo, Bison, and Dupree, June 12-13. Throughout the summer the ‘You've Earned a Say’ van will stop for listening sessions in all 66 counties in South Dakota, with the final session at the South Dakota State Fair on August 30. Attendees may fill out questionnaires about Medicare and Social Security and join a discussion about the future of these programs. “Medicare and Social Security are the foundation of health and retirement security for so many South Dakotans,” said Sarah Jennings, state director for AARP South Dakota. “They’ve paid into these programs over a lifetime of work, they’ve earned these benefits, they’re counting on them, and they should be part of the conversation on how to protect and strengthen Medicare and Social Security.” •A recent survey of more than 3300 individuals age 50 and older in Sioux Falls and in rural communities showed 90 percent of respondents saw ensuring Social Security continues to provide a guaranteed base for retirement income as a high or top priority issue for AARP South Dakota to work on. •Eighty-five percent of respondents in rural areas and 81 percent of respondents in Sioux Falls indicated that strengthening Medicare should be a high or top priority issue for AARP South Dakota to work on. •In South Dakota, 137,314 people rely on Medicare for their health coverage, and 153,508 people receive Social Security benefits. •The average monthly Social Security benefit for individuals in South Dakota is a little more than $1,000. •Almost 19 percent of South Dakotans receiving Social Security rely on the benefit for 90 percent or more of their retirement income, while 45.4 percent rely on Social security for 50 percent or more of their retirement income. "These sessions are truly listening sessions," said Jennings. “The debate over how to protect and strengthen Medicare and Social can’t be done in secret. South Dakotans have worked too hard to let the next president and congress make decisions about the future of Medicare and Social Security without hearing from the people who rely on these programs for their health and financial security in retirement.” For details and information on upcoming “You've Earned a Say” events in South Dakota visit www.aarp.org/sd. Follow the AARP South Dakota video blog from all 66 counties at www.youtube.com/ aarpsouthdakota. “You’ve Earned a Say” conversa-
PROCLAMATION OF THE TOWN OF MIDLAND
WHEREAS, Ida G. Fosheim was born on June 10, 1922, to Thor and Gjertina Fosheim in rural Haakon County; and, WHEREAS, Ida attended grades 1-8 in a Haakon County rural school; and, WHEREAS, Ida graduated from Midland High School as Valedictorian of her class; and, WHEREAS, Ida married Lyle W. Hunt on September 4, 1940, and they were the parents of 18 children: Leroy, Theodore, Jerry, (Lawrence) Terry, Keith, Christine, Teresa, Gordon, Peggy, Ronald, Frederick, Penny, Janice, Shari, Jeffrey, Lisa, Barry and Michelle; and has 19 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren; and, WHEREAS, Ida was the Midland News correspondent for the Pioneer Review and Pierre Capitol Journal for many years as well as the secretary for Trinity Lutheran Church; and, WHEREAS, Ida moved into the Philip Nursing Home in June of 2008; and, WHEREAS, Ida will celebrate her 90th birthday with an open house hosted by her family in Midland on June 9, 2012. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that I, Diana Baeza, President of the Town Board of Midland along with the Town Council and Employees, do hereby proclaim June 10, 2012, as
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In the Town of Midland, South Dakota Dated this 1st day of June, 2012
/s/ Diana Baeza, President Attest: /s/ Michelle Meinzer, Finance Officer
Living the ag life ... by Del Bartels
Many years ago I left the second largest city in the state and moved to what is now my home, a small, agriculture-based town where almost everyone waves at you as they pass on the street and where a handshake is more likely than a written contract. Pickups are more common than cars. Kids who don’t yet have driver’s licenses drive tractors. Wheat is king. Beef is the food of choice. Hunting is more than a pastime. Whoever you are talking with is probably somehow related to whoever you are talking about. The local newspaper is important, though the coffee shop has the really juicy information. It was a little aggravating for me, and I’m sure for my friends, while I became acclimated. There is a difference between knowing the process of branding and actually doing it, and that includes the Rocky Mountain oysters. AI is actually a topic permissable in mixed company. In the city you don’t ask someone’s salary, here you don’t ask someone’s herd size, even though you probably know because of the work load of the neighbor-based branding crew and the published sales at the local cattle auction. If the ranch dog likes you, you’re considered family. Wearing a hat during a meal isn’t rude, it just shows that you are so used to wearing it that it doesn’t cross your mind. Yet, you never forget to tip it or at least nod when a lady is present. A man can expect his wife to lift hay bales all day long, but if he is around she doesn’t lift a bag of groceries. Friday evenings are for socializing, usually at the high school sports game. Anybody’s young kid does something on stage, such as sing or recite a poem, and you clap. Fresh milk can be delivered to your refrigerator, even if you aren’t home. Fresh eggs can be picked up at church, just save the empty cartons. There is at least one cottontail living in the backyards of my neighborhood. Turkey and deer in town are not uncommon. Walkers, joggers and bicyclists seemingly fill the streets at sunrise. Flags fly in yards and in front of businesses. More than just a few young adults, after college or a few years seeing the world, come back here to raise their children. If someone does get in trouble with the local law, and keeps doing so, they often end up moving far away. Few trials are held here because a jury of your peers would include your relatives, in-laws or people you grew up with; and they know you all too well. Any delinquent behavior is usually addressed over a quiet talk between the police chief and the youngster’s parents. At the end of the day, I can put my feet up, but, only if I chose to. There is always something going on. I don’t need a shopping mall, sports stadium, expensive clubs or six-lane traffic to keep me busy. The worst thing with living here is everyone knows everything about you. The best thing is everyone knows everything about you. You aren’t completely accepted as an old-timer unless you were born here or die here; maybe I’ll qualify for the second.
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What brings others happiness
My personal belief is that true happiness is found in serving and giving to another human being. This quote from Og Mandino confirms my personal belief. Please pay special attention to the third sentence. “Realize that true happiness lies within you. Waste no time and effort searching for peace and contentment and joy in the world outside. Remember that there is no happiness in having or in getting, but only in giving. Reach out. Share. Smile. Hug. Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on others without getting a few drops on yourself.” – Og Mandino I aspire to live my life in such a way that I am always aware of what brings other people happiness. For example, I know what makes my wife happy is to have me really take time to listen to her when she is trying to share her thoughts or opinions on a subject that is important to her. I know what makes my daughter happy is to just spend a little dad and daughter time watching a movie or shooting hoops together. Now I may have other ideas of what I would like to do, but as much as possible I want to let my desire to bring happiness to my wife and daughter override my decision to do what I want to do. In essence, I make a decision to give of myself in order to bring happiness to them. Living this way obviously works at work just as well as at home when you take the time to discover what brings happiness to your employer or fellow employees. When we think in terms of the interests of others, and do what we can to meet those needs rather than only thinking of our own needs, it will ultimately result in a win-win for everyone concerned. Not to mention, this attitude can greatly impact productivity, morale and ultimately increase profitability in the workplace. My encouragement for you today: Discover what brings happiness to those you connect with daily; then be willing to give of yourself by reaching out, sharing, smiling, listening, encouraging – in whatever ways you can to meet someone else’s need.
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Sunday: Partly cloudy. High of 82F. Breezy. Winds from the NW at 15 to 25 mph. Sunday Night: Partly cloudy. Low of 54F. Winds from the ENE at 5 to 10 mph shifting to the South after midnight.
Thursday: Overcast with a chance of a thunderstorm and rain in the afternoon. High of 84F. Breezy. Winds from the South at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 40% with rainfall amounts near 0.4 in. possible. Thursday Night: Partly cloudy with a chance of a thunderstorm and rain. Fog overnight. Low of 59F. Winds from the NNW at 10 to 15 mph.
Friday: Partly cloudy. Fog early. High of 86F. Winds from the NE at 5 to 15 mph shifting to the ESE in the afternoon. Friday Night: Partly cloudy with a chance of a thunderstorm. Low of 59F. Breezy. Winds from the SE at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 40%.
Saturday: Partly cloudy. High of 104F. Breezy. Winds from the South at 10 to 20 mph. Saturday Night: Partly cloudy. Low of 66F. Breezy. Winds from the South at 15 to 25 mph.
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Rural Living
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continued from front page there’s no need to even bend over for them. “I got tired of needing a second person to pull out fenceposts,” said Hansen, who has been in the fencing business since 1975. “I don’t want to say I’ve done this a million times, because that would be exaggerating. But after 37 years, I’ve picked up many thousands and thousands of posts.” Hansen sought, and got, a patent from the U.S. government when he realized his invention really was unique. He filed for the patent in 2004 and got it in 2007. Though word of mouth has been his main source of advertising, he’s already sold 35 of the machines to farmers and ranchers who have experienced the same frustrations in building fence. His post puller/material handler weighs about 600 pounds, Hansen says, and mounts easily on a machine such as a Bobcat. It isn’t the first invention he’s made, but it’s the first one he’s patented. Hansen has also invented his own machine for winding up barbed wire when taking down a fence. It makes a role as tight as new spools of barbed wire, he says – and that, too, is a big seller with livestock producers. David K. Hansen, who works for the Triple U Buffalo Ranch near Fort Pierre, has also designed his own pickup grill guard specifically to stand up to the stress of dealing with bison. He sells a few of those, too. Hansen’s also builds what he calls a “Yucca buster” – essentially an exoskeleton that fits around a four-wheeler with racks on the front and back so that farmers or ranchers can carry lots of gear as needed in the field. Not only does it add carrying capacity, it adds to the life of the four-wheeler, Hansen believes, by offering additional protection. Hansen’s brother, M.R. Hansen, is a professor of civil engineering at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology in Rapid City. He said his brother’s inventive streak comes from growing up in western South Dakota, where people often had to come up with their own solutions to solve problems. “We’re from Philip. That’s all you need to say,” M.R. Hansen said. For more information about David K. Hansen’s patented post puller, call Hansen Industries at 605-280-3066.
Farm Service Agency
Duke Westerberg, County Executive Officer
JULY 15, 2012, DEADLINE TO FILE ACREAGE REPORTS We no longer mail maps to producers for acreage reporting purposes. Rather, we ask that you stop in the office and pick up your maps. Or we can email them to you if you like. To do this, we would need your email address if we do not already have it. In either case, you can fill out your maps in the office or fill them out at home. But we ask that you return them no later than July 2, 2012, because we have our own deadlines to meet for entering your information into the computer system. Technically, July 15, 2012, is the deadline to file your acreage report with the FSA; however, we are asking that no one wait that long. So, please complete your maps and return them to the FSA office as early as possible. NOTICE TO ELIGIBLE VOTERS ABOUT FSA COMMITTEE ELECTIONS This is the fourth in a continuing series of articles about County FSA Committee elections. This article will explain some of the guidelines County FSA Committee must follow in the election process and the role of advisors to the County FSA Committee. Uniform Guidelines USDA issued uniform guidelines for County FSA Committee elections to help ensure that County FSA Committees fairly represent the agricultural producers of a county or multi-county jurisdiction, especially minority and women producers. Minorities are AfricanAmericans, American Indians or Alaska Natives, Hispanics, Asians, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islanders. The guidelines govern the County FSA Committee election process and are designed to increase participation of minorities and women. The following are just some of the specific guidelines that are now in effect: (1) If no valid nominations are filed, the Secretary of Agriculture may nominate up to two individuals to be placed on the ballot; (2) County FSA Committees must annually review Local Administrative Area (LAA) boundaries to ensure the fair representation of minority and women producers in their county or multi-county jurisdictions; (3) County FSA Offices shall actively locate and recruit eligible candidates identified as minority and women farmers and ranchers as potential nominees for the County FSA Committee elections through outreach and publicity, including the development of partnerships with communitybased organizations. To read the guidelines in their entirety, visit the County Committee Elections page at http://www.fsa.usda.gov/ elections. In addition to minority and women producers, USDA strongly encourage beginning farmers to actively seek a position on a County FSA Committee. Role of Advisors In addition to elected members, County FSA Committees may also include advisors. Advisors are appointed to County FSA Committees in counties or multi-county jurisdictions that have significant numbers of minority or women producers and lack such members on County FSA Committees. Advisors play an important role by providing diverse viewpoints and by representing the interests of minorities and women in decisions made by County FSA Committees. FSA State Committees officially appoint advisors who are recommended by County FSA Committees or community- based organizations. Next week I’ll discuss the deadlines applicable to County FSA Committee elections.
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David K. Hansen of Fort Pierre’s invention, a post puller for which he holds the U.S. patent, handles materials including heavy steel beams or large wooden posts. But the “putter” at the right side of the device also is nimble enough to remove steel fence posts.
Nominations sought for Spirit of Dakota Award
The Spirit of Dakota Award Society is seeking nominations for their 26th anniversary award presentation and celebration. The recipient of this award will be announced at a banquet at the Huron Event Center, October 6. The society will again be honoring and hosting outstanding women from every corner of the state. The 2012 Spirit of Dakota Award winner will be chosen by a state-wide, 11-person selection commission that includes First Lady Linda Daugaard, Pierre, and Marsha Sumpter, Kadoka. The nomination process is open to all individuals or organizations who wish to recognize an outstanding woman in their community. The Spirit of Dakota Award is presented to an outstanding South Dakota woman who has demonstrated vision, courage and strength in character and who has made a significant contribution to the quality of life in her community and state. Past recipients have included community leaders in business, government and civic organizations and have been described in newspaper articles as “the cream of the crop in terms of South Dakota’s best.” The 2011 award recipient was Millie Humphrey, Whitewood, a shining example of the qualities that serve as a guidepost for this generation and beyond. Nomination forms are available by contacting the Huron Area Chamber of Commerce, 1725 Dakota Ave. S, Huron, SD 57350,
David K. Hansen’s patented post puller also has a small “putter” – so called because it resembles a golf club – that can pluck small steel fence posts, as he demonstrates here. by Bob Fanning Field Specialist, Winner Regional Extension Center cide applicators to dispose of containers properly. This also reduces the amount of plastics in South Dakota landfills and the environment. If you need to recycle shuttles or drums, please contact South Dakota Department of Agriculture, (605) 773-4432. Calendar 6/8/2012 – HOSTA Tractor Safety School, 10:00 a.m. (CT), Regional Extension Center, Winner 6/11/2012 – HOSTA Tractor Safety School, 10:00 a.m. (CT), Ag & Biosystems Engineering, SDSU 6/14/2012 – HOSTA Tractor Safety School, 10:00 a.m. (CT), Potter County Implement, Gettysburg 6/18/2012 – SDSU CPT & AgriPro Winter Wheat Variety Plot Tour, 5:30 p.m. (CT), Kennebec
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Winter Wheat Variety Plot Tours SDSU Extension will hold a Winter Wheat Tour at 5:30 p.m. (CT), Monday, June 18, at the SDSU WW CPT plot near Kennebec. From Kennebec, go four miles east on SD Hwy 248 (old Hwy 16) and three miles south; or three miles south of I-90 exit 235 and four miles east. Following the SDSU CPT plot tour, producers are invited to the Herman Agri farm for a tour of the AgriPro winter wheat plot, located 10 miles south of Presho on SD Hwy 183 and five miles East on 252nd St. at approximately 6:30 p.m. SDSU Extension will also hold a Winter Wheat Tour at 5:30 p.m. (CT), Thursday, June 21, at the SDSU WW CPT plot, one mile east of Ideal. If traveling SD Hwy 183, go seven miles east of the sign to Ideal (11 miles south of the White River, or 11 miles north of SD Highway 18). The plot is located 1 mile east of the Ideal Post Office, or at the “four-way stop”, the intersection of 266th St. and 313th Ave. John Rickertsen, Agronomy Field Specialist, will discuss the varieties in the SDSU CPT plot at the Kennebec Tour, their characteristics and production practices, and Bob Fanning, Plant Pathology Field Specialist, will offer information on managing wheat diseases. The AgriPro tour will feature Clair Stymiest and other AgriPro agronomists in discussing the AgriPro varieties and their properties. The featured speaker at the SDSU CPT plot near Ideal will be Bill Berzonsky, SDSU Winter Wheat Breeder, with Bob Fanning, Plant Pathology Field Specialist adding comments on managing wheat diseases. The meal following the Ideal tour will be sponsored by Winner Seed and Simplot Soil Builders of Winner. Pesticide Container Recycling Collections The dates, times and locations of the Pesticide Container Recycling Collections are set and available in the June 1, 2012 issue of the SDSU Extension Pest & Crop Newsletter, accessible at: http:// igrow.org/ agronomy/profit-tips/ pest-crop-newsletter/. The list will also soon be available on the SD Department of Ag, Division of Agricultural Services website: http:// sdda.sd.gov/ag_services/. Click “Container Recycling & Waste Pesticide Collection Program”, and scroll down to click “2012 Pesticide Container Recycling Collection Schedule”. The program collects and recycles agricultural, home and garden pesticide containers. The containers collected must be made from high density polyethylene (HDPE) embossed with recycling symbol #2. Containers must be empty and triple- or pressurerinsed to be recycled. Caps and other non-HDPE parts such as metal handles and rubber linings cannot be recycled. It is recommended that labels are removed from the containers before recycling. Goals of the program are to reduce the risks to the environment and human health from the storage of unusable pesticides and to provide an opportunity for pesti-
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Obituaries
James Palecek__________________________________
school in Winner. He enlisted in the United States Navy on October 13, 1942. He was honorably discharged November 18, 1945. During his life, he worked for Nesbitt Bottling Company, the Tripp County Highway Department, and for the state highway department. he retired in 1987 from the state highway department after 33 years. He was a member of the VFW, the American Legion, and the First Christian Church. Jim loved playing baseball for the Winner town team and the Navy baseball team. Jim was the catcher and always said he loved this position as you are in on every play. He remained an avid baseball and sports fan his whole life. He also loved to fish, hunt, dance, garden, take care of his yard, paint, and refinish many pieces of wooden furniture. With the exception of his time in the service, Jim lived his entire life on the same block in Winner. On January 17, 1948, he was united in marriage to Lorraine Ellwanger and to this union, five children were born. Jim is survived by his wife of 64 years, Lorraine; four sons, Jerry (Diane), of Gladstone, Mo., Rick (Peggy) and Monte (Maureen) of Philip, Lance (Kristi) of Yankton, and daughter, Chandra (Jim) Day of Winner; 13 grandchildren, Ryan and Whitney Palecek, John, Dan (Tracy) Palecek, Anne (Alex) Chmura, Nick (Dusti) Palecek, Laura (Jeremy) Whittington, Deanna (Trevor) Krugman, Blake and Cassie Day, Alex, Makayla, and Trevan Palecek; and six greatgrandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Frank and Agnes Palecek; brothers, Albert (Marie), Frank (Elsie), and Milosh (Isabelle); and one sister, Molly (Earl) Knowlton. The funeral was held Friday June 1, 2012, at First Christian Church. Burial was at the Winner Cemetery.
Grindstone News
by Mary Eide • 859-2188
Last weekend, I visited at Jim and Norma Oldenberg’s. Jim was home. He is at work most of the time when I stop there, so it was nice to visit with him also. We got into a conversation about where the Dowling and Rose cemeteries are located, as it had been years since we had been there. I did call Don Ferguson and he told me that I would be able to locate the one at Dowling. I knew where the Rose Cemetery was. With the roads changing, people moving and ranches empty, it is hard to locate places anymore as so many of the landmarks are gone. Caleb Clements was at Donna Newman’s over the weekend working on his derby car. His dad, Mike, came out some of the time and helped him. Kaives and Nolin kids were also at Donna’s this week. Ariana Arampatatziz was in Aberdeen this weekend for pole vaulting for the Philip track team. She has done very well in this event. I did get to see her one night on the TV on the school channel awhile back. She will be participating in the Junior Olympics this coming weekend. She will be going to school back in Aberdeen next year and plans to keep up with all her sports. Donna Newman is busy keeping up with all these activities and said that she was to sit on the election board this last Tuesday. I did not collect much news as I was busy getting all my eye drops in. Seems like there is some to put in every two hours of the day, but I’m not complaining as I can see so much better in the eye that was already fixed. Now to get the other one done. When they told my dad to get us kids’ eyes tested he would say, “They see too much now for their own good.” I had one brother who had to have glasses when he was very young. The rest of us made it till we were in our 40s. The Kieth Smith family was coming and going again this week. They branded calves Saturday. Cassidy, Izzabella and Emberlyn Ayotte came home this weekend as grandpa and grandma had to celebrate the big one year birthday of Emberlyn. Her great-grandparents, Rich Smith and Don and Donna Olivier and her aunt, Chancie, uncle and aunt, Tucker and Jess and Logan Smith all attended. They played croquet for entertainment. Luke, Cassidy’s husband, was unable to come as he has to work Saturdays. Colby was not able to be home as she is in Australia for the summer. Early Sunday morning, Debbie drove up the Black Hills to watch Chancie run in a marathon taking place on the Mickelson Trail. She had to leave early as the race started at 8:00 a.m. Kieth and sons went golfing Sunday morning at the Lake Wagoner Golf Course. Cassidy and her girls left for home Sunday. Then Sunday evening, Kieth, Deb, Tucker, Jess and Logan went over to Guptill’s for a farewell party for Tate who is leaving for Kuwait. There was a nice crowd there to wish him well. Hope you didn’t forget to vote. It is a privilege to be an American and be able to go to the polls and cast a vote for who you would like to have represent you. Martin and Vera Nelson and Mary Eide were some who attended Alvin and Ruby Pearson’s 45th wedding anniversary open house in Philip Sunday. There was a large crowd and many relatives in attendance. A bountiful lunch was served and enjoyed by everyone. I worked with Ruby for many years at the nursing home, she was a good aide. And of course, I
James Palecek was born September 16, 1925, in Winner, S.D., to Frank and Agnes (Usak) Palecek and passed away on May 28, 2012, at his home after a brief battle with cancer. Jim grew up and attended
Lynn Williams__________________________________
moving houses until September of 1947. On September 29, 1947 he entered the Sioux City Barber College at Sioux City, Iowa. He returned to Wall in April of 1948 and did his apprentice work under the late Sam Johnson. He later purchased the barber equipment from Johnson and continued to run the shop. In April of 1951, he moved into his new shop on the west side of Main Street. In June of 1984, he sold the shop building and moved to a shop on 4th Street at Ann’s Motel where he continued to work part time until his retirement in 2011. He is survived by two daughters, Carla Brucklacher and her husband, Mark, of Wall, and Cleo Williams of Rapid City; four grandchildren, Stacy Keyser of Wall, Tyler Keyser of Baldwin, Wisc., Jennifer Tietsort and her husband, Ron of Custer, and Matthew Brucklacher and his wife, Sonja, of Greeley, Colo.; seven great-grandchildren, Brady Huether and his wife. Bibi. of Fort Collins, Colo,, Amber Huether of Fort Collins, Tayah Huether of Wall, Noah and Hope Tietsort of Custer, and Maylin and Alissa Brucklacher of Greeley, Colo.; one great-great-grandson, Maximilian David Huether of Fort Collins; one brother, Bud Williams of Philip; two sisters, Pearl Lurz of Philip and Loy Kellum of Rapid City; and a host of other relatives and friends. Lynn was preceded in death by his wife of 65 years, Evelyn, on February 23, 2011; his parents, Frank and Hazel Williams; two brothers, Milo and Dale Williams; and one sister, Muriel Parkin. Memorial services were held Friday, June 1, at the United Methodist Church in Wall, with Pastor Darwin Kopfmann officiating. Music was provided by Dorothy Shearer, pianist, and Lynn’s grandchildren, Stacy Keyser, Tyler Keyser and Jennifer Tietsort, vocalists. Ushers were Jerry Johannesen and Bill Leonard. Interment with military honors was Friday, at Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgis. A memorial has been established. Arrangements were with the Rush Funeral Chapel of Wall. His online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com’
also have known Alvin for many years. Ruby looked so nice and I couldn’t help thinking how much she looked like her mother, Rudene Hovland, when she was young. Her mom taught school at Deadman when she first came to this area and she stayed at Lewisons, who she was related to. Friday night, June 1, Cliff and Rita Ramsey, Jim and Betty Smith, and Marvin, Vicki and Mary Eide were all at the Hardingrove Free Church at Milesville for the Bible school program to watch their grandchildren and great-grandchildren participate. They had a really neat program and those kids really sang out and seemed to enjoy it very much. I think the oldest child was in the sixth grade and went all the way down to kindergarten. After the program a nice lunch was served with so many different kinds of dessert available. There was much visiting and fellowship while we were having lunch. Saturday, June 2, I visited with Marlin Evans. She is busy making afghans for family and friends. She caught me up on what all her family was doing. Later in the evening, she took me downtown to supper. While we were eating, Jim Nickelson and his daughter, Felicia, and granddaughter Karsyn Quinn Porch came in, so I got to see Karsyn. She has really grown, they sure don’t stay babies for long. Trevor and Christa Fitch and boys came to Marvin and Vicki Eide’s Sunday, June 3. Vicki invited me to come over but before I got there all the men left with Marvin’s fire truck to go to Fitches where a fire had started from a tree that was struck by lightning. The tree, located in a draw, had smoldered all night before it finally broke out and started burning. Marvin had his 11-year-old grandson, Colby, running the hose for him as he drove. They were the first to get there. Dwight Slovek Grindstone 16
Lynn Williams, age 90 of Wall, S.D., died Monday, May 28, 2012, at the Rapid City Regional Hospital. Lynn Williams was born March 24, 1922, north of Wall, the son of Frank and Hazel (Percy) Williams at their country home. He was raised on the family farm 20 miles north of Wall. He attended the Sunnyside School through the eighth grade and graduated from Wall High School in May of 1940. After graduation he moved with his brother, Bud, to Cottonwood where he helped operate the Dr. Cowan ranch. Lynn married Evelyn Knapp at Rapid City on May 12, 1945. He entered the U.S. Army in May of 1945. He took his basic training at Camp Livingston, La. From there he went to Ft. Ord, Calif. In December of 1945, he was sent to Adak, Alaska, in the Aleutian Islands, where he served as mail clerk and the Company Barber in the 1583 Engineers Infantry Division. He returned October 1, 1946, when he was honorably discharged and returned home to Wall. He worked for his father-in-law
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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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Youth & Academics
College briefs
Des Moines University awarded 529 degrees at its 2012 commencement ceremony May 26. Danielle Heltzel, Philip, earned a doctor of physical therapy degree. Heltzel is the daughter of John and Carol Heltzel, Philip. The College of Health Sciences recognized 241 degrees to graduates from five programs. Graduates of the physical therapy program earn a doctor of physical therapy degree. They complete a 34-month educational program, including clinical internships. Trey DeJong, son of Travis and Pamela DeJong, Philip, received the North Dakota State University Academic Achievement Scholarship in the amount of $6,000. The scholarship recognizes high academic achievement. DeJong will enter NDSU in the fall and he plans to major in mechanical engineering. In high school, he was active in football, golf, 4-H club, Youth Group, National Honor Society, choir, band, student council, FFA, drama, American Legion baseball and Family Career and Community Leaders of America. DeJong was also a volunteer counselor at Bible camp. Marissa Mann, Philip, was named to the dean’s list at the University of Sioux Falls for the 2012 spring semester. Mann is the daughter of Ron and Laurie Mann, Philip. To qualify for the dean’s list, a student must achieve a semester grade point average of 3.5 or greater on a 4.0 scale. The University of Sioux Falls is a four-year Christian liberal arts university offering 35 undergraduate programs, seven pre-professional programs and seven graduate programs. There were over 450 candidates for spring 2012 graduation at Black Hills State University, Spearfish. Marla Kelly, Quinn, earned a bachelor of science degree in exercise science. Kelly is the daughter of Bill and Lori Kelly, Quinn. Kyle Weller, Rapid City, earned a master of business administration degree in applied management. Weller is the son of Don and Dody Weller, Philip. Weller’s fiancée, Jamie Richey, also graduated from BHSU with a master of business administration degree. Black Hills State University has released its dean’s list for the spring 2012 semester. A total of 689 students maintained a grade point average of 3.5 or above while taking at least 12 credit hours to be named to the list this semester. Trisha (DeVries) Bork, Okaton. Skye Brucklacher, Philip, daughter of Bruce and Brigitte Brucklacher, Philip. Carissa Doolittle, Midland, daughter of Aaron and Angie Doolittle, Midland. Marla Kelly, Quinn, daughter of Bill and Lori Kelly, Quinn. Colby Smith, Quinn, daughter of Kieth and Deb Smith, Quinn. Abby Carley, Milesville, daughter of Phil and Karen Carley, Milesville.
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Haakon/Jackson County Shoot
Girls and Women in Sports “Elite 15” awards banquet
The 19th annual South Dakota Girls and Women in Sport Awards Banquet was held Saturday, June 2, in Mitchell. Fifty-five high school female athletes throughout South Dakota were honored for their outstanding high school careers both on and off the playing field. From this group, 15 were recognized as one of the “Elite 15.” Josie Guptill, a recent graduate of Philip High School, was one of the female athletes honored. To be eligible for the “Elite 15” award, the senior girl must first be recognized by her high school in February during the National Girls and Women in Sports Day activities. Out of 586 high school girls were so recognized in South Dakota, 81 senior girls were named by their school to be eligible for the “Elite 15” award. The “Elite 15” program was implemented in 1997 at a time when girls and women’s sports were not equal and continues today to help raise awareness of girls’ participation in athletics and to promote gender equity. The program provides opportunity statewide to honor female athletes for their accomplishments, recognizing achievements in athletic ability, leadership, scholarship and community involvement. Each year a day in February is set aside as National Girls and Women in Sports Day. South Dakota schools were asked by the South Dakota High School Activities Association to recognize one or more outstanding athletes during NGWSD festivities.
Back row, from left: Myles Clements, Cedar Gabriel, Taylor Hanson, Ashley Hand and Riggin Anders. Front: Kelsey Hand, Bailey Anders, Brock Hanson, Brice Hanson, Sage Gabriel and Casey Schriever. Courtesy photo A Haakon/Jackson County Shoot competition was held at the American Legion Hall in Philip, Saturday, May 5. Such shoots have BB-gun and pellet gun divisions, as well as age divisions. The BB-gun distance is five meters (16.4 feet), while the pellet gun distance is 10 meters (32.808 feet). Youth may, and often do, compete in both divisions. Each contestant in whichever division shoots 10 shots, and is allowed up to 10 minutes, in each of the four shooting positions – prone, sitting, kneeling and standing. Beginners are eight to 10 years of age, juniors are 11 to 13, and seniors are 14 up to 18. Age is determined by the contestant’s birthday as of January 1. The state shoot. The winners at this county shoot in the BB-gun division were: beginner – Riggin Anders, junior – Brice Hanson, and senior – Brock Hanson. In the pellet rifle division, the winners were: beginner – Anders, junior – Hanson, and senior – Bai-
Academic Excellence Award
The entire state should celebrate the accomplishments of South Dakota’s top performing students, said Governor Dennis Daugaard at the 22nd annual Academic Excellence Banquet, April 30 in Pierre. Hosted by the Associated School Boards of South Dakota, the event recognized the top one percent of South Dakota’s seniors. Each of the state's schools is asked to select – through academic criteria, such as grade point average and ACT scores – one student for every 100 graduating seniors. Shown is Trey DeJong, a recent Philip High School graduate, accepting the award from Daugaard. Courtesy photo
South Dakota Outdoor Expo
The South Dakota Outdoor Expo, Saturday and Sunday, June 9-10, is a free event to introduce families to new outdoor activities. There will be dozens of activities for families – kayaking, archery, fast-draw shooting, air rifle shooting, fishing, trapping demonstrations and discovering South Dakota wildlife, and more. Some of the events are: Dutch oven challenge with prizes sponsored by Cabela’s; Game, Fish and Parks antler auction; night creatures presented by Rob Mies, director of the Organization for Bat Conservation. The gates open at 9:00 a.m. CDT on Saturday and 10:00 a.m. on Sunday. There is free entry and free camping. For more informavisit tion, www.sdoutdoorexpo.com, follow it on Facebook or call 800-529-0900.
Philip Volleyball Camp
for 5th thru 9th grades (2012-13 school year)
June 11-13 • 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
in the Philip High School Gym $40/player • Lunch Provided May register the day of camp. To register or for more info, contact Kim Bouman • 859-2973
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Community & Sports
Philip Garden Club’s plant share
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Summer youth baseball schedule
The youth baseball season has begun in Philip. Brad Heltzel is again heading up the other coaches and volunteers for the season. He is keeping information updates available on the website of www.philipyouthbaseball.blogspot.com. This site will include practice plans, concession stand duties and game schedules. For any information not found on the blog, email Heltzel at bradheltzel@scotchman.com or phone 859-3209 or 441-5128. Tentative schedule (All times are p.m. unless noted otherwise) 6/7 2:00 A practice 6/7 3:45 B practice 6/7 4:30 T practice 6/7 5:30 C practice 6/11 2:00 A practice 6/11 3:45 B practice 6/11 5:30 T game at Kadoka 6/12 4:30 C, B & A games at Kadoka 6/13 5:30 T game at Midland 6/13 6:30 C game at Midland 6/14 5:30 B and A games at Wall 6/18 10:00 a.m. B practice 6/18 11:00 a.m. A practice 6/18 4:30 T practice 6/18 5:30 C practice 6/19 5:30 B & A games with Murdo 6/20 5:30 T game with Kadoka 6/21 4:30 C, B & A games at Kadoka 6/25 10:00 a.m. B practice 6/25 11:00 a.m. A practice 6/25 4:30 T practice 6/25 5:30 C practice 6/26 5:30 B & A games at Murdo 6/27 5:30 T game with Midland 6/27 6:30 C game with Midland 6/28 5:30 B & A games with Wall 6/30 Paulson Tourney at Philip TBA 7/2 11:00 a.m. A practice 7/2 4:30 C practice 7/2 5:30 B practice 7/3 4:30 C, B & A games with Kadoka 7/9 2:00 A practice 7/9 3:45 B practice 7/9 5:30 T ball & C ball Fun Day – turn in uniforms 7/10 5:30 B & A games at Wall 7/11 A practice TBA 7/12 A practice TBA 7/13 A practice TBA 7/14 A tournament at Wall.
Mickelson Trail Marathon
Some of the attending Philip Garden Club members are shown above. From left: Tina Staben, Barbara (Bobby) Sloat, Sandra O’Connor, Elke Baxter, Virginia Wolden, Barb Wentz, Barb Kroetch, Rita Ramsey, Betty LaBeau and Lori Quinn. As shown at right, plants and other gardening supplies were brought to the plant share in boxes, buckets, seedling starters, pots and even a wheelbarrow. Photos by Del Bartels The Philip Garden Club held its first plant share, Saturday, June 2, in the community room of the Haakon County Courthouse. A plant share is where anyone can acquire plants for very little money, often for free if they bring plants or other gardening materials to share. As long as the plants are potted and individually labelled, any and all healthy plants are welcome. Over two dozen beginners through master gardeners shared their interests by trading not only plants, but knowledge and advice. Those who did not bring materials to trade could purchase materials, with door prizes and free items included. At the end, people carried out boxes and boxes of plants to add to their gardens, yards and indoor projects. Elke Baxter, organizer of the Philip Garden Club, said, “Well, we did it. We successfully pulled off the first ever Philip plant share. It appeared that everyone had fun and everyone got to take home far more plants than they
Golf for Guardianship program
The Guardianship Program is currently selling cards for its annual fundraiser, “Golf for Guardianship.” This is a golf card listing 88 golf courses across the state. For a set price a nine-hole round or 50 percent off an 18-hole round can be played at each course using the “Golf for Guardianship” golf card. Golf courses listed in the area include the Lake Waggoner Golf Course. In 2011, over $10,000 was raised to provide guardianship services to adults in South Dakota with disabilities. The Guardianship Program is a private, non-profit agency serving people with disabilities with guardianship and conservatorship services due to the support and participation of the Lake Waggoner Golf Course. All of the money raised stays in South Dakota and supports personal and financial services for our most vulnerable citizens. “Golf for Guardianship is sponsored by Lake Waggoner Golf Course which donates green fees, the members of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors of South Dakota who volunteer to sell cards, and all of the area golfers who support this program by buying a card. The 2012 card may be purchased for $30 for a single or $100 for a Gold Pak ($100 for four cards). For more information, contact your local NAIFA member or contact the Guardianship Program at 1-866-228-9119.
had planned on, yours truly included. What a great way to try something new for free or nearly free in your garden or home, get free advice, goodies and materials, super door prizes and have a lot of fun.” The club even took in some extra funds, which will go toward future garden club outings and lessons. Baxter stated, “The plant selection was great and we really want to thank our Rapid City friends for letting us copy their ideas for the event. After 12 years of practice in Rapid City, we really didn't need to try and re-invent the wheel. Things went off without a hitch, but we couldn't have done it without all the help from our club members and our local and out of town sponsors. Everyone seemed to have fun and we plan on doing it again next year.”
These four athletes ran in the Mickelson Trail Marathon, Sunday, June 3. Announced as “26.2 miles of Black Hills beauty,” the full marathon, as well as the half marathon and the team marathon relay, finished in Deadwood. Shown far left, Philip’s Dave Holman completed the full marathon in 155th place out of 347 runners. His time of 4:41.55 worked out to an average of one mile every 10.46 minutes. Second from the left, D.J. Rush finished the half marathon in 259th place out of 1,941 runners. His time of 1:49:28 meant one mile every 8:22 minutes. Third from the left, Pat Seager finished his half marathon in 2:07:56 for 711th place and an average of one mile every 9:46 minutes. Chancie (Smith) Baenen’s full marathon time of 4:38:11 gave her 145th place in the women’s division and an average of each mile in 10:38 minutes. Not shown: Deanna Krugman, daughter of Monte and Maureen Palecek, ran the half marathon in 1:51:59 for 310th place at 8:33 per mile average. Vonda Hamill ran the half marathon in 2:35:55 for 1,315th place and an average of 11:54 per mile. Photo by Deb Smith
Winner Regional High School Rodeo results
The Winner Regional High School Rodeo was held Saturday, June 2, at the Winner Rodeo Arena. Barrel Racing Hanna Hostutler, Midland, First Go – 8th, 18.032; Second Go – 9th, 18.004; Average – 10th Katie Hostutler, Midland, First Go – 28.442; Second Go – 9th, 18.047; Average – 15th. Breakaway Roping K. Hostutler; First Go – 2nd, 3.410; Second Go – NT; Average – 3rd. H. Hostutler, First Go – NT; Second Go – 3rd, 3.570; Average – 6th. Brooke Nelson, Philip, First Go – 6th, 4.370; Second Go – NT; Average – 11th. Goat Tying H. Hostutler, First Go – 11.49; Second Go – 10th, 10.130; Average – 15th. Pole Bending K. Hostutler, First Go – 9th, 22.796, Second Go – 23.331; Average – 13th. Steer Wrestling Wyatt Schaack, Philip, First Go – 6th, 15.630; Second Go – NT; Average – 10th. Team Roping H. Hostutler/Brooke Nelson, Philip, First Go – NT, Second Go – 1st, 7.710; Average – 7th. Schaack/Jamie Wolf, Pierre, First Go – NT; Second Go – 4th, 11.440; Average – 8th. Gunner Hook, Philip/Tanner Radway, Philip, First Go – NT; Second Go – 8th, 21.230; Average – 14th. Tie Down Roping Schaack, First Go – NT; Second Go – 9th, 17.360; Average – 12th.
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