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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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insurance agent also. His reasoning was that it makes it easier to communicate as claim paperwork has to be filed for each insurance portion. Commissioner Rita O’Connell said she did not like removing Glenn Parsons as their agent. She would like to keep him. Risty said that was fine, but it makes the process harder. “It’s just cleaner if you have one agent,” said Risty. Commissioner Gary Snook said he would visit with Parsons about the proposal. Kenny Neville, highway superintendent, updated the board on his department. Neville noted they have been graveling roads. It is also the year for bridge inspections. Haakon County has 42 bridges that need to be inspected. The commission approved to have Brosz Engineering, Pierre, do the inspections. He said he was able to get just one quote for replacing a bridge near Gary Nixon’s. Petoske Construction, Midland, placed the quote. Neville informed the commission he will be meeting soon with representative, Trans-Canada Chris Candelaria. The two will review approaches into pastures. Neville showed them a copy of an approach permit that other counties use. Anyone who wants to install an approach has to fill out the permit which would then be reviewed by Neville. Up to this point landowners have done so verbally. Neville noted some counties charge a fee for the permit. The board approved a resolution instituting the permit, but there will be no charge. Neville was approved to attend two separate safety meetings in April. Dick Rockefellow made his annual request for the South Dakota Amateur Baseball Association’s raffle. He noted that a local group sells the tickets each year, and they get to keep half the proceeds. The board approved the raffle request. Nancy Neville, informed the board that lights in the Philip’s police officer’s room are overheating, creating a smoke smell. The board approved for her to get two quotes and proceed with the lower one. The board held two executive sessions for personnel. The first one lasted about 10 minutes. The board approved for the treasurer’s office to revert back to one full time employee. The second session lasted for an hour. The board approved to hire an individual for the director of equalization position. The name will be released when other applicants had been notified. The board discussed the Mark Foley compensation time issue with State’s Attorney Gay Tollefeson. The board approved a motion to not pay the comp time. Other items receiving approval included Auditor Pat Freeman to attend a welfare officials workshop in March; the Women, Infants and Children contract amendment; meeting minutes from February 7, with corrections; special meeting minutes from February 15 and special meeting minutes from February 21, with a correction; and February warrants. Kit Graham met with the board for the sheriff’s report. Freeman noted that Deane Dayton, with Legislative Audit said the county cannot use a debit card. The veteran’s service officer’s report was reviewed. The board declined a support payment to the Capital Area Counseling Service. The board met Tuesday, March 13, in regards to the sheriff’s position and attend to other matters. The commission’s next regular meeting will be Tuesday, April 3, at 1:00 p.m.
Number 30 Volume 106 March 15, 2012
Insurance benefits discussed by county commission
by Nancy Haigh A supplemental insurance policy was presented to the Haakon County Board of Commissioners at their March 6 meeting. Roger Risty, Risty Benefits, Inc., Sioux Falls, presented to the commission an insurance policy backed by Transamerica, an insurance company based in San Francisco. Risty said the policy is one in addition to what the county employees currently have. The policy would cover life, health, and dental insurance. Three plans are available through gap, critical illness and accident. Risty said it would save the county and employees money, and hopefully improve benefits. To create savings the deductible level would be raised to $5,000. Risty said $15,000 each year and over $200,000 in five years could be had in savings. He then showed a side by side comparison of the current plan and the plan with the new one added. Commissioner Nick Konst said this was basically insurance for insurance then. Risty, responded, “In essence, yes.” Risty stated that if the county added his benefit package, he would also like to take over as their Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield
together hosted by the Philip elementary students. Cafeteria staff, other school staff and administrators served the meal, as students and their grandparents (or substitute grandparents) ate, chatted and laughed. Some students then showed off their classrooms and more recent projects to their special guests. Photos by Del Bartels Shown is young Sarah Huston with Susie Martin.
Grandparent’s Day ... Thursday, March 8, was the annual mealtime get-
Chamber of commerce gearing up for fun, involvement
by Del Bartels The monthly meeting of the Philip Chamber of Commerce was Monday, March 12. “First, casino night was excellent,” said Chamber President Brit Miller, about the fun night, Saturday, March 3. The event was used as an entertainment night for chamber members and potential members, and as a fundraiser. The chamber netted over $870. The chamber has donated $750 to the Country Cupboard food pantry. Vice President Matt Griffin emphasized, “It’s just for fun, really.” He went on to say, “We can work our back ends off for a whole weekend or run this” for about the same fundraising results. Ron Larson praised the game night and its good attendance. He predicted that next year’s event would be even bigger. He stressed the funds “still go to something good, like kids games.” The chamber has supplied the game materials and booth tarps for whichever organization operates the kids’ games during Festival Days. For 2012, the band Country Rush will be playing for the street dance the night of the Matched Bronc Ride at a cost of $800. The band, around since 1994, includes Stuart Livermont on rhythm guitar and lead vocals. Neal Livermont on drums and backup vocals, and Steve Livermont on lead guitar and vocalist. They have a new bass guitarist. The chamber is already working on the schedule and different events for Festival Days. Chamber member Glenn Parsons said, “I’ve always believed in the committee approach.” He explained that everyone can and does supply great ideas, but then those ideas don’t happen without a committee and its leader taking charge. The chamber accepted his suggestion that committee leaders be chosen, then that person will make sure the materials and staff are lined up for whatever chore that particular committee will perform. Different organizations will be found to supply vendor booths, running the kid’s games, and other functions. The Philip Volunteer Fire Department’s water fights were a tremendous draw for children of all ages. The library will host a breakfast the Saturday morning of Festival Days. For businesses, organizations or individuals to volunteer for the same task they did last year or for something new this coming summer, contact Miller, Larson or Griffin. Discussion was held on trying to get a carnival in town that weekend. It was also suggested that the Festival Days parade have a yearly theme, with the intent of increasing interest and drawing in even more entries. Ellsworth Air Force Base is giving away used playground equipment, with the stipulation being the new owners have to provide transportation and labor. The chamber is looking into this for various places in Philip. In the near future, the chamber will be sending a small delegation to personally deliver chamber information packets and continue its goodwill with the Minuteman Missile Historic Site administration. The next Philip Chamber of Commerce meeting will be Monday, April 9, at 7:00 p.m. at The Steakhouse.
Grandparent’s Day ... Shown is young Tara Schofield with Pam Clements.
March 12, in the Fine Arts Building. Over 20 future students went through the various stations. Local law enforcement offered fingerprinting for the parents’ records. Head Start, Youth and Family Services and the South Dakota Department of Health helped check each youngster’s motor skills, vision, and other facets of health and learning. The South Dakota Safety Seat Program also was available. Haakon County Deputy Sheriff Derek Droz is helping Stetson Jones record his fingerprints so his mother, Jenn, can have them with Stetson’s records. Photos by Del Bartels
Pre-school screening ... and kindergarten registration were held Monday,
Liberi second survivor of B-29 crash
by Mike Wade and Garth Wade Arthur Joseph Liberi lay on the South Dakota prairie, his parachute around him. He had been thrown out of a B29 bomber cruising at 21,000 feet when the engine of another B-29 sliced its tail off. While on the ground Liberi heard a voice: “Is he dead?” Liberi answered: “I don’t think so.” It was Sept. 28, 1944. Eight of his 10 fellow crewmen died when the two pieces of their Super Fortress crashed, seven trapped in the front section, one in the severed tail. Blister gunner William S. Clary parachuted safely. Liberi and Clary celebrated their good fortune with a hug after ranchers near the tiny town of Philip, S.D., got them together near the fallen bomber’s tail. Both would face death several more times before World War II ended the following August. Clary, now 87, lives in Gaffney, S.C. Ninety-year-old Liberi resides in Mount Laurel, N.J. The Philadelphia native graduated high school in 1940 just in time to go to war. He yearned to be a fighter pilot but was turned down because of a minor eye condition. Later, Uncle Sam’s draft sent him to schools in Chicago and Florida so he could operate radar on a B-29. He was at his post over South Dakota about 3 p.m. on that muggy late summer day. “I was half asleep, didn’t even have the radar on,” Liberi said. He remembered putting on his ‘chute after the co-pilot suggested it but
Part 2 on the 1944 B-29 crash near Philip.
American Legion District 2, March 25
The annual District 2 Spring Meeting of the South Dakota American Legion will be Sunday, March 25, in Rapid City for legionnaires from Haakon, Jackson, Bennett, Jones, Mellette, Todd, Custer, Fall River, Pennington and Shannon counties. The business session will begin at 1:00 p.m. at the Rapid City Post #22 post home. A social will follow, and a banquet will be at 5:00 p.m. Legionnaires will elect district commanders for two-year terms and county commanders and district vice commanders for one-year terms during the business meeting. Featured will be post reports of the year’s unusual activities, post Americanism reports, membership turn-in, recognition of the District 2 Legionnaire of the Year and an address by State Commander Mark Weinmann, Canton. District 2 Commander Dennis Edwards, Rapid City, will conduct the business session and Rapid City Post #33 Commander Paul Brankin will be in charge of local arrangements. The District 2 auxiliary will hold its meeting at 1:00 p.m. the same day at the American Legion Post #22 post home.
Pre-school screening ... Pat Alvarez with Youth and Family Service’s Rural Head Start program checks Kale Peterson’s vision.
Pre-school screening
Lura Usselman.
... Molly Harty works with language pathologist
only his shoulder straps, not leg straps. Suddenly there was nothing but air around him and the difference in air pressure between plane and altitude threw him into the wild blue. “Everything was hitting me in the head,” he said. “Next thing, I was floating.” It took a while to pull the rip cord but the sudden jerk when the parachute deployed almost pulled it off his body. Liberi crossed his arms tightly to stay in harness, he said. “Took a long time to hit the ground.” Didn’t take Liberi long to go back to war aboard another B-29 based at Saipan for bombing missions over Japan. He was on his 25th mission when history repeated itself. Liberi’s bomber was rammed by three Japanese suicide planes, one hit the engine, the next hit the fuselage and the last took out the tail 10 miles off the Japanese shore. Liberi had to work to get out. First he found the strength to bend some aluminum angle-iron holding a camera, then struggled to open the door, resulting in leg injuries. Again, he found himself dangling from a ‘chute with only the shoulder straps attached. “I didn’t do the legs,” he said. And this time, he was not safe once he pulled the rip cord. The enemy tried to shoot him as he hung in his parachute and, thankfully, missed. There was worse terror, he said. “I panicked because I don’t know how to swim. I popped the life vest before I hit the water.” Blood from leg wounds attracted sharks but he was able to climb into his one-man raft in time. Two other survivors floated nearby in their rafts.
The enemy really wanted them dead so another plane dropped a depth charge that failed to do its job, Liberi said. He was one of four of the crew to survive. An American submarine, the “Razorback,” picked them up and later transferred the airmen to the sub “Dragonet” that took them to Pearl Harbor. Clary, the other survivor of the crash in Sound Dakota was based on Tinian, three miles from Liberi’s base at Saipan. Clary visited his friend on Saipan right after Liberi had been rescued after his second crash. “Art was shaking so bad, he couldn’t light a cigarette,” Clary said. Liberi’s war was over. He was flown back to Saipan where he stayed from June until August when the war ended, He was discharged at San Antonio, Texas. Back home, he eventually went to work as a master technician for RCA, fixing radios, TVs and phonographs in the Philadelphia – New Jersey area. He retired in 1984 with 34 years on the job. Liberi married a lady named Loretta in 1978. She brought a son, daughter and four grandchildren to the family. He says his health is “pretty good,” thanks to a quadruple heart operation and carotid artery surgery. He doesn’t jump out of airplanes anymore. Crossword puzzles and reading are favorite activities these days. The crash he survived in Japan is chronicled in Chapter 19 of Wilbur H. Morrison’s book entitled “Point of No return.” Liberi has a one-word title for his war experience: “unbelievable.”
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by Vivian Hansen
E-mail: grhansen@gwtc.net or betty@pioneer-review.com
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Dance The
104th Annual Philip Vol. Fireman’s Dance
Night Away
Friday, March 16th 8 pm to Midnight • Legion Hall in Philip
Music by “DeLa Cruz Band”
Tickets: $5 Advance; $8 at Door
Ann Marshall, Van Wert, Ohio, wants information about WWII 89th Cavalry outfit that my husband, PFC Virgil W. Hansen, was in. She is going to write a book. A brief account of Somerset Court’s Sunday, March 4 – It sleeted and the wind howled, and rain ran down the window pane at the overpass. The next time I walked laps, the sun was shining and the ground was dry. Still cold and windy. Pinochle was played on third floor with Violet, Lu, Mildred K. and Addie playing. We had four for whist and had all the whist we wanted. I heard that there were a set of guys playing cards in the movie room. Church was held at 2:00 p.m. with Terry Pulse. Connie and her daughter, Terry, provided piano music to sing hymns by. Thanks, Connie and Terry. The message was from John 3:16 and Luke 16, the second sermon. Thank you, Terry. Somerset Court had a great noon meal Sunday, tender ham, mashed potatoes, gravy and green beans. The dessert was fancy, a sort of chocolate pie with mint and fluffy stuff. Thanks to the kitchen staff. At a New England dog show, two elderly ladies, after looking at a few of the various breeds of dogs,
Grandparent’s Day ... Shown is young Jaida Haynes with Jolene Haynes.
kinds of trees grafted on. He encountered test sections of Highway 15 in Utah, posted at 80 miles an hour. David’s heavy outfit enjoyed that. Thanks, Jeri Deschamp, for the pretty new covers for the Somerset Court photo albums and the daily news pages by Vivian Hansen on the coffee table by the fireplace. Saturday, M.R. and Barbara Hansen stopped in on their way to the airport. They and a student from South Dakota School of Mines are on their way to Daytona Beach, Fla., to the Embry Riddel Aeronautical University where they will study concrete airplanes. SDSM&T has made one that will fly and they wish to improve it. Saturday Phyl Johnson had friends in for bridge in the tea room at Somerset Court. Eileen Tenold had a visit from her friend, David, from Lemmon. Eileen and Lewis Tracy and Addie Norvig and I played a game of rummi-cube. Thank you, Darlene Baye, for your kind words of condolence and nice newsy letter. Her son, Steve, and wife, Karen, have been on a trip to the Holy Land. Thank you to Lydia Schulz who wrote a nice note. Thank you to Gloria Hansen who sent sympathy in our loss of our Charlotte.
Grandparent’s Day ... Shown is young Hannah Theye with Florence Dean.
Elderly Meals Thursday, March 15: Chicken Marsala, Rosemary Potatoes, California Veggies, Roll, Fruit Parfait. Friday, March 16: Citrus Salmon, Wild Rice Pilaf, Malibu Veggies, Roll, Ambrosia Cheesecake. Monday, March 19: Cranberry Glazed Ham, Squash, Brunswick Veggies, Corn Muffin, Mandarin Oranges. Tuesday, March 20: Chicken Chardonnay, Wild Rice Pilaf, Caribbean Veggies, Roll, Tropical Fruit. Wednesday, March 21: Cookout Day – Hot Dogs, Burgers, Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Funshine Bars. Friday evening, March 2, 2012, David Hansen returned from his over 4,000 mile trip to Bend, Ore., to the memorial service for the wife of his brother, Leslie. Thank you, David, for being there for our family. David liked Leslie’s place there at Bend, on the edge of an old pine forest. Tall pines, a running stream (a branch of the Des Chutes River). David also stopped and sent post cards from Winston, Ore., in memory of Leslie’s tiny yorky, Winston, that he used to carry in his vest. David visited his sister, Vinnie, and her husband, Danny, at Santa Cruz, Calif. David saw orchards of almond trees in bloom, orchards with sturdy stumps with branches that looked like different
The family of
Dorothy Urban
invites you to help her celebrate her 98th birthday Thursday, March 22nd
with coffee & cake at the Philip Nursing Home 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. to help make her day special!
Cards may be sent to: PO Box 790, Philip, SD 57567
March 16-17-18-19:
This Means War (PG-13)
Fri: 8:00 p.m. Sun: 1:30 p.m. Sat: 8:00 p.m. Mon: 7:00 p.m.
Grandparent’s Day ... Shown is Alvin Pearson with young Luke Ferguson.
Gem Theatre
859-2000 • Philip
March 23-24-25-26: Journey 2 (PG) March 30-31-April-1-2: The Vow (PG-13) April 6-7-8-9: Dr. Seuss, The Lorax (PG) April 13-14-15-16: Act of Valor (R) April 20-21-22-23: The Hunger Games (PG-13)
asked the young attendant, “Can you direct us to the labradors?” “Yes ma’am, straight down this isle and the second door to the left.” Monday, March 5, activities included crafts with Amy. Shawn and Sandy were there to help. The project was decorating Happy St. Patrick’s Day bears. We had stickons of gold dollars, pots of gold at the end of the rainbow, and patches that looked like swatches of fabric prints. Those attending were Fred and Helen, Floy, Mildred Young and her helper, Kay, Eleanor, Violet, Inez, Addie, Eileen, Marcella, and Vivian. We took photos. Thank you, girls, for a timely and delightful activity. Are we uptown or what? Somerset Court has big red plums in the fresh fruit basket on the salad bar from Chile, South America. Somerset Court has excellent art work in the halls on each floor. On the first floor, west, there is a set of paintings of potted plants, violets, tulips and daffodils. by artist C. Rowan. It is worth a trip down the hall to see them. Makes me wish I had a pot of pink or red tulips in bloom already. The Rapid City Journal of March 5, has the obituary of Dorothy (Mrs. Palmer) Pearson. Palmer was a 1937 Philip High School graduate. Palmer and Dorothy lived north of Philip from 1946 for many years before they moved to Spearfish. My sympathy to family and friends. Alice Ada (Shoemaker) Bentley, an old friend from Philip, came to Somerset Court to visit Vernon Burns the other day. She said she would come again and visit me too. The Shoemaker family lived just down the street from us when their kids were little. Alice’s brother, Donny, and our little girl, Cecile Marie would sit on the doorstep, (they were about five years old) and talk and talk. We wondered what they were talking about. The Somerset Court movie on March 5, was “A Dolphin Tale.” Based on a true story, it gives us a great deal to think about. (Perseverance, devotion, cooperation, and prosthetic tail.) Journals of Rolla Palmer, 1913 October 22. I husked corn. A nice day. 10-23. I husked corn. Gee, but the wind blew from the northwest. 10-24. Very quiet. We dragged the potato ground and finished digging the garden stuff. 10-25. Snowed, rained, blew. 10-26. We went down to Hauk’s for dinner. 10-27. Effie and Ma and I went over to Deep Creek and got wet coming home. 10-28. Effie went to Grindstone and almost froze. It is very cold tonight. 10-29. Cloudy, cold, windy. 10-30. I took Ma to Cottonwood and got a load of coal. It cleared off and was nice in the afternoon. 1031. I took the coal over to the Petersen School, then I went to Carmans and got some wolf traps and to Thompsons. It was sundown when I got home. It was a nice day.
Of Interest to Veterans – War of 1812
by Norris Preston past national vice-commander the American Legion On February 29, Senator Benjamin Cardin, Maryland, announced on the Senate floor that he will introduce a resolution that will commemorate the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812, and celebrate the heroism displayed by Americans during what is often referred to as the “Second War of Independence.” Two days later on March 2, the resolution passed with a unanimous consent by the United States Senate. S. Res. 388 commemorates “the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812 and the ‘Star-Spangled Banner,’ and recognizes the historical significance, heroic human endeavor, and sacrifice of the United States Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Revenue Marine Service, and State militias during the War of 1812.” “This Resolution recognizes that the War of 1812 was a critical event in our nation’s early history and it helped secure our nation’s independence from Great Britain,” Senator Cardin said. “It also honors Francis Scott Key who during the defense of Fort McHenry wrote ‘The Star-Spangled Banner,’ which later became our national anthem.” Cardin also stated that the resolution recognizes the important role Maryland played to ensure victory, and that he hopes the resolution will “encourage all Americans to remember and celebrate the war that ultimately guaranteed our freedom.”
Grandparent’s Day ... Shown is Val Swift with young Mallory Vetter.
It’s A Girl!
Caroline “Carrie” Louisa
Daughter of Brent & Nina Richardson, Sheldon, ND
Born: June 2, 2010, in Fargo, ND Weight: 10 lbs., 5 oz. • Length: 221⁄2 inches
Siblings: Mattie (18), Sawyer (15), Clarissa (11), Noah
(8), Violette (6), Sarah (4), and Eva (3)
Irish Blessing
May the raindrops fall lightly on your brow. May the soft winds freshen your spirit. May the sunshine brighten your heart May the burdens of the day rest lightly upon you. And may God enfold you in the mantle of His love.
Maternal Grandparents: The late Matthew “Mike” & Jean Schofield, Philip, SD Paternal Grandparents:
Harvard & Pauline Richardson, Dundas, MN
This ad sponsored in Loving Memory of Grandma Jean
Church & Community
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Obituaries
Cameron W. Carlson_____________________________
that he met no matter what walk of life. Cameron touched so many hearts and inspired many more and will be missed dearly by everyone that had the pleasure of knowing him. Cameron was not only a role model, inspiration and great friend but one of the most amazing young men anyone could have been privileged enough to have known. From a very young age Cameron was active in basketball, football, soccer, wrestling and had his first job at 14 years old. Throughout his teenage years he had summer jobs working for the City of Belle Fourche, Precision Concrete, and currently was working for Coyle Construction. He was a hard worker and fast learner and always knew the importance of working hard and being responsible. He loved to go fishing with his friends and was a natural, always getting the first bite. Cameron loved being outside, loved dirt biking, four wheeling, hunting, and was a wonderful artist. He loved playing Xbox with his friends and spent many nights doing that. Cameron wanted to always be in the best of shape and lifted weights throughout high school. Cameron graduated from Belle Fourche High School in May of 2011, attended South Dakota State University in the fall which was a new experience for him. He had accomplished so much in his 19 years and his spirit will live on. Cameron is the greatest son and brother and was our protector and will continue to protect us as our angel. Cameron has a tattoo on his chest that said “to face adversity takes courage” and that is him. Survivors include his mother and sister, Dara and Kelsea Carlson, Belle Fourche; his father, Kevin Carlson, Belle Fourche; his first love and love of his life, Serena Kokesh; his maternal grandparents, Darrell and Dorothy Haffner of Rapid City; his paternal grandparents, Charles Carlson, Kadoka, and Shirley Bethancourt, Belle Fourche; his uncles, Clint (Nikki) Haffner and Jacob (Sonya) Haffner; and his aunt, Kayce (Jamie) Jones; and many more family members that loved him so. Funeral services were held Friday, March 9, at St. James Lutheran Church in Belle Fourche with the Reverend Jeff Otterman officiating. Burial was at Pine Slope Cemetary in Belle Fourche. Pallbearers were Brandon Richards, Trevor Thybo, Cole Montgomery, Kurt Raber, Zach Gibson and Shawn Kaiser. All his wonderful friends and all his teammates are his honary pallbearers. An online guest book is available at www.klinefuneralchapel.com.
Dorothy Pearson________________________________
Church Women’s group and the Get Together Extension Club. She was also greatly involved in supporting the Elbon Country School that her daughters attended and was a leader of the Haakon County Farmer’s Union Youth Program. She received honors for this work. In 1976, Dorothy and Palmer retired to a small acreage north of Spearfish. During the next 20 years they traveled extensively and Dorothy thoroughly enjoyed having a large garden and sharing produce with family and friends; as well as continuing her tradition, from the ranch years, of cooking and serving large and delicious meals to the numerous friends, relatives and neighbors who were frequently stopping by to visit and spend time playing cards. She was known by all who knew her as a wonderful cook and baker. In her later years, Dorothy lived in Spearfish and became a founding member of the Our Savior’s Lutheran church quilting group. Quilting was a passion of hers and everyone in her large extended family and their children and grandchildren have “Grandma Dorothy” quilts. In addition to these gifts, she made many quilts to share with folks who needed them. In cooperation with the Alaska Family Violence Prevention Program, she made more than 200 quilts that were given to shelters and women and children in need across the United States, Russia, Canada and Scandinavia – the message being that everyone has a gift that can make life better for someone else. Dorothy loved to travel, play all kinds of card and board games and the light of her life was her family, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Grateful for having shared her life are her children, Karen Pearson, Kathy Willuweit and Paula (Rick) Farley; grandchildren, Keith Quick, Kirby (Jessica) Quick, Josh (Sacha) Farley and daughter Sophie, Jared (Katie) Farley and children Zakaryah, Zaiden and Zandria; step-grandchildren, Amber Willuweit and sons Christian and Will and Corrinne (Dan) Temple and daughter, Autumn; sisters, Ella (Duane) Erickson and Esther Miles; sister-in-law, Florence Glassgow; brother-in-law, Emil Magnuson; and numerous nieces and nephews and their families. Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband, Palmer; daughters, Donna Quick and Betty in infancy; her sister, Alice Escott; and brothers, Floyd and Bob Ritter. Funeral services were held Tuesday, March 6, at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Spearfish with Pastor Karen Matuska officiating. Graveside services followed at the Masonic Cemetery in Philip. Memorials in honor of Dorothy may be given to the Quilting Group at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Spearfish or to the Palmer and Dorothy Memorial Scholarship fund at the Philip High School.
Cameron Wayne Carlson, 19, of Belle Fourche, S.D., went to heaven on March 5, 2012, outside Belle Fourche in a tragic car accident. He was born December 21, 1992, in Spearfish to Kevin and Dara Carlson. His life was too short for everyone who loved him, but those who were touched by his love of life and the quality of his existance far exceeds the quantity of his time here. Cameron loved life and was loved by many people. He loved sports and was very good at them and strived for excellence, he was a great motivator to his friends, he accepted everyone
Dorothy Lillian (Ritter) Pearson, age 90, of Spearfish, S.D., passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, on March 4, 2012. Dorothy was born on March 30, 1921, near Dupree to the farm family of Edward and Margaret (Comstock) Ritter. She grew up on the family farm and attended a nearby country school. While working at the Stroppel Hotel in Midland, in 1945, she met her future husband, Palmer Pearson. Dorothy and Palmer were married March 2, 1946, and made their home on their ranch north of Philip. To this union five daughters were born, Donna, Karen, Kathy, Paula and Betty (who died in infancy). They made their home on the ranch for 30 years. During this time, Dorothy was an active member of the Hilland Lutheran Church, the Hilland Lutheran
Rodger E. Chant________________________________
Champaign, Ill., on December 10, 1944, the son of Rodger and Ruth (Sanders) Chant. Rodger was raised in South Dakota his whole life and attended White River schools in Mellette County. After high school, he attended Black Hills State University in Spearfish, as well as school in Flagstaff, Ariz. Rodger enjoyed outdoor sports, such as gold mining, geocaching, boating, hunting and fishing. Roger was united in marriage to Judy on February 12, 1998, in Rapid City. Survivors include his wife, Judy Chant of Cottonwood; a daughter, Kathleen Leipold of Belle Fourche; two sons, Harold and James Chant of Rapid City; a step-daughter, Catherine Habart of Rapid City; six grandchildren, Tyler Leipold of Rapid City, Ted Leipold of Belle Fourche, Sophia and Hannah Peterson of Belle Fourche, Eva Sherrod and her husband William of Ellsworth AFB, and Aidan Chant of Rapid City; two great-grandchildren, Harold Edward Sherrod of Ellsworth AFB and Alayna Leipold of Rapid City; and a host of other relatives and friends. Rodger was preceded by his parents, Rodger and Ruth (Sanders) Chant; a son, Rodger T. “Teddy” Chant; and his foster parents, Ted and Mimi Thomas. He will be missed by all. Even though his journey on Earth is through, it’s truly just beginning. Funeral services were held Saturday, March 10, at the Cottonwood Community Hall in Cottonwood with David Olson officiating. Music was provided by Catherine Habart and Eva Sherrod, vocalists. Pallbearers were Harold Chant, James Chant, Ted Leipold, Tyler Leipold, Aidan Chant and Brannon Truax. Interment was at the Cottonwood Cemetery. A memorial has been established. Arrangements were with the Rush Funeral Home of Philip. His online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
South Dakota Voices for Children invites Youth Advisory applications
South Dakota Voices for Children is seeking candidates from across the state for its Youth Advisory Council. These teen volunteers represent the diversity of the South Dakota — urban, rural and reservation communities and public, private and home schooled. Youth advisory council members, who must be entering the ninth, 10th or 11th grade in fall 2012, generally serve through their senior year. Council members offer insight about young people’s viewpoints, assist in developing Voices’ policy agenda, and advocate on behalf of children. In addition, they participate in activities to promote positive policy change. Members of the Youth Advisory Council attend a two-day June retreat in Pierre and come together for three additional quarterly meetings. Travel stipends are provided by South Dakota Voices for Children. Application forms are available at www.sdvoicesforchildren.org, by emailing office@sdvoicesforchildren.org or by calling South Dakota Voices for Children at 3679667. Questions may be directed to Betsy Rice, communications specialist, at that number. Applications must be postmarked or delivered by March 23 to the office of South Dakota Voices for Children, 808 N. West Avenue, Box 2196, Sioux Falls, SD 57101-2196. Typewritten applications may be faxed to 605-335-3836. The mission of South Dakota Voices for Children is to improve the lives of children through policy and program advocacy.
West River Museum Demolition
West River Museum (Philip) is scheduled for demolition. Anyone having items that were donated for display are encouraged to contact Joe Gittings, 685-3927 or Barbara Sloat, 859-2013, if you would like to obtain family items. Property needs to be removed by March 20, 2012.
Rodger E. Chant, age 67, Cottonwood, S.D., died Tuesday, March 6, 2012, at his home. Rodger E. Chant was born in
Kenneth Heeb____
Kenneth H. Heeb, age 67, of Custer, formerly of Philip, died Monday, March 12, 2012, at the Custer Regional Hospital in Custer. Survivors include his wife, Judy, of Custer; a son, Slade Heeb and his wife, Valorie, of Grand View, Idaho; a daughter, Kendra Scott and her husband, Matt, of Rapid City; five grandchildren, Ryan, Billy and Cheyenne Heeb, and Abigail and Audrey Scott; a brother, Ed Heeb and his wife, Becky, of Midland; and a host of other relatives and friends. Kenny was preceded in death by his parents, David and Mary Heeb; his step-mother, Helen Heeb; a brother, Lee Heeb; and a sister, Edna Harris. Funeral services are pending with the Rush Funeral Home of Philip. His online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH Philip – 859-2664 – sacred@gwtc.net Fr. Kevin Achbach Saturdays: Confession from 3 to 4 p.m. Saturday Mass: 5:00 p.m. Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. (August) Tues-Wed-Fri. Mass: 8:30 a.m. Thurs. Mass: 10:30 a.m. at Philip Nursing Home ****** ST. WILLIAM CATHOLIC CHURCH Midland – 859-2664 or 843-2544 Fr. Kevin Achbach Saturday Mass: 7:00 p.m. (Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct., Dec.) Sun day Mass: 11:00 a.m. (Jan., Mar., May, July, Sept., Nov.) Confession: Before Mass ****** ST. MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH Milesville – 859-2664 Fr. Kevin Achbach Sunday Mass: 11:00 a.m. (Feb-April-June-Oct-Dec) Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. (August) Saturday Mass: 7:30 p.m. (Jan-March-May-July-Sept-Nov) Confession: Before Mass Monday Release Time: 2:15 p.m. ****** FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Frezil Westerlund 859-2336 • Philip E-MAIL: prfrezil@gmail.com SUNDAY WORSHIP: 8:30 a.m. Lenten Services: Wed. @ 5:30 p.m. 1st Sunday: Coffee & Rolls after worship W.O.W.: 2nd Wed., Bible Study, 2:00 & 7:00 p.m. (ex. July & Aug) ******
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TRINITY LUTHERAN Pastor Frezil Westerlund Midland – 843-2538 SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:30 a.m. Ruth Circle: 3rd Tues. at 2 p.m. Nowlin Circle: Last Wed. at 9 a.m. Rebecca Circle: Last Wed. at 7 p.m. (Nov. thru Feb.); 6:30 p.m. (Mar. - Oct.) ****** DEEP CREEK LUTHERAN Moenville – 843-2538 Pastor Frezil Westerlund SUNDAY WORSHIP: 1:30 p.m. (CT) ALCW: 3rd Thursday, 1:30 p.m. ****** OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN Long Valley Pastor Frezil Westerlund Saturday Evening: 5:00 p.m. ****** DOWLING COMMUNITY CHURCH Every Sunday in July Services at 10:00 a.m. followed by potluck dinner CONCORDIA LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Art Weitschat Kadoka – 837-2390 SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:00 a.m. ****** OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH, Philip (605) 669-2406 • Murdo Pastor Ray Greenseth Sunday Worship Services: 1:00 p.m. ****** OPEN BIBLE CHURCH • MIDLAND Pastor Andy Blye 843-2143 • facebook.com/midlandobc Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship Service: 10:30 a.m. Bible Study: Wed. at 7:30 p.m. Women’s Ministries: 2nd Thurs., 1:30
ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN CHURCH 10 miles SE of Midland • Pastor Glenn Denke • 462-6169 Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m. (CT) Sunday School: 10 a.m. CT Sunday Bible Study: 10 a.m. ****** PHILIP COMMUNITY EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip – 859-2841 Sunday School – 9:15 a.m. Sunday Services – 10:30 a.m. Last Sunday of the month – potluck dinner following church services Last Monday of the month – Evangelical Ladies Service/Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Wed. Night Prayer & Bible Study: 7 p.m. Everyone Welcome!! ****** HARDINGROVE COMMUNITY EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip 859-2841 • garyaw@aol.com Worship Service: 8:00 a.m. • Children's Church: 8:30 a.m. Ladies’ Aid - 2nd Thurs. at 7:00 p.m. Bible Study & Prayer, Mondays at 7 p.m. ****** UNITED CHURCH OF PHILIP Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310 Home: 859-2192 • E-mail: chez@gwtc.net Sunday Worship: 9:00 a.m. UCW meets 2nd Friday at 9:30 a.m. ****** FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF INTERIOR Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310 E-mail: chez@gwtc.net Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m.
TWO MINUTES With The Bible
Berean Bible Society PO Box 756 • Germantown, WI 53022 • www.bereanbiblesociety.org
HOW GOD EMPOWERS HIS WITNESSES
by Cornelius R. Stam
As we know, Paul wrought mighty miracles, as Peter and the Pentecostal believers had done. Indeed, a comparison of Paul's miracles with those of Peter shows Paul's to have been the mightier. This was mainly in divine confirmation of his apostleship, since Paul was not one of the twelve (II Cor. 12:11,12). But it is clear from a study of Paul's ministry and his epistles that these miraculous demonstrations were to vanish away as the dispensation of grace was fully ushered in (See I Cor. 13:8; Rom. 8:22,23; II Cor. 4:16-5:4; 12:10; Phil. 3:20,21; I Tim. 5:23; II Tim. 4:20). In fact, in the last seven of Paul's epistles nothing whatever is said about signs, miracles, healings, tongues, visions or the casting out of demons. How, then, does God now empower His servants in their conflict with Satan and his demons? The answer is: by the Holy Spirit through His Word, as it is preached with conviction. There is a great volume of evidence as to this in Paul's epistles, including his early epistles. Two examples: I Cor. 2:4: "And my speech and my preaching was not with enticing [persuasive] words of man's wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and of power." Mark well, this was power in his preaching, not in performing miracles. Indeed at the very same time when he proclaimed his Godgiven message with such power, he himself was very weak, for in the preceding verse he says: "And I was with you in weakness, and in fear, and in much trembling." The other example is I Thes. 1:5: "For our gospel came not unto you in word only, but also in power, and in the Holy Ghost, and in much assurance..." In Thessalonica too, Paul had suffered much opposition and persecution, until the whole city was in an uproar (Acts 17:1-5), and this may well have been the result of his powerful preaching. Out of the "uproar," however, sprang the beloved Thessalonian church, an example and inspiration to those won to Christ under more benign circumstances.
To the Reader: Some of our Two Minutes articles were written many years ago by Pastor C. R. Stam for publication in newspapers. When many of these articles were later compiled in book form, Pastor Stam wrote this word of explanation in the Preface: "It should be borne in mind that the newspaper column, Two Minutes With the Bible, has now been published for many years, so that local, national and international events are discussed as if they occurred only recently. Rather than rewrite or date such articles, we have left them just as they were when first published. This, we felt, would add to the interest, especially since our readers understand that they first appeared as newspaper articles." We hope that you'll agree that while some of the references in these articles are dated, the spiritual truths taught therein are timeless.
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Sports & Accomplishments
... The Philip team earned second place in Deadwood at the Mile High Basketball Tournament, Saturday and Sunday, March 10-11. The Philip Orange Crush first defeated two Lead/Deadwood teams. They then lost the championship to Custer, Back row, from left: Kendal Hook, Payton Schoenhals, Madyson Morehart and Jada Jones. Front, Anna Belle McIlravy, Sage Bierle and Jaisa Synder. Their head coach is RaeAnn Synder, and their assistant coach is Jennifer Jones. Courtesy photo
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Sixth grade girls’ basketball
Wrestling awards night ... The Philip Area wrestling team held its awards night, Monday, March 12, in the elementary gymnasium. The winners of the team-voted awards for the 2011-2012 season were, pictured from left: Gavin DeVries – most improved, Chance Knutson – captain, Tanner Radway – captain, Clint Stout – most improved, Chandlier Sudbeck – most outstanding wrestler, and Raedon Anderson – most improved. Not pictured: Roger Davis – Scottie Award. Photo by Deb Smith
Smith an intern at Eide Bailly LLP
At Northern State University, Aberdeen, students learn inside and outside of the classroom. That includes learning on-the-job skills through internships at local businesses such as Eide Bailly LLP. NSU student Jordan Smith is undergoing learning experiences during his internship at Eide Bailly. Eide Bailly is a top 25 Certified Public Accountant firm headquartered in Fargo, N.D., with locations in nine states, including one in Aberdeen, S.D. Smith is a Philip native majoring in finance and professional accounting. He is the son of Ray and Donna Smith. Smith said he learned about available internship opportunities through a website set up by a professor and emails from various professors. His time at Eide Bailly has given him real-life experience in a comfortable learning environment. “We are fortunate to have this great relationship with Eide Bailly,” said Scott Peterson, Northern’s director of business internships. The NSU School of Business Career Center supports the intern-
AAU wrestling region tournament results
Twenty-six local young athletes had advanced from district competition to then compete in the regional AAU wrestling tournament. The regional tournament was held at Rapid City Stevens High School, Saturday, March 10. The top three placers in each category will now advance to the state AAU wrestling tournament in Aberdeen, March 24-25. Champions at regions: Lincoln Koehn, Hunter Peterson, McCoy Peterson, Keagan Fitch, Reece Heltzel, Jesse Hostutler, Cash Wilson, Nick Donnelly and Cody Donnelly. Second place winners: Pedro Dennis, Stratton Morehart, Colby Fitch, Kaylor Pinney and Eastan West. Third place winners: Bosten Morehart and Ryker Peterson. Those athletes who placed but were not able to advance were: Victor Dennis – 4th, Ethan Burnett – 4th, Sawyer Smith – 4th, Tukker Boe – 5th, Brit Morrison – 6th. Those athletes who wrestled but were unable to place were: Bryan Letellier, Dylan Schofield, Parker Snyder, Trey Elshere and Levi Williams.
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by Marsha Sumpter • 837-2048 • bilmar@gwtc.net
An equinox occurs twice a year, when the tilt of the earth's axis is inclined neither away from nor towards the sun, the center of the sun being in the same plane as the earth's equator. The equinox isn't until March 20, at 5:15 a.m. but on the 8th over at the Kadoka Clinic they were busy letting a broom stand in the middle of the bathroom unaided. When I checked with Vivian Hansen, she said that was a surprise since the normal equinox is the first day of spring. We have to have the only mouse that won't catch a cold. Signs of mice were showing up in unusual places. Under the sink in the bathroom we discovered where all the cough drops had been eaten. We wonder if the cat brought just one in and was playing with it when he had a senior moment and the mouse escaped. Anyway, I caught one, still have the trap set, just in case. Larry Colburn, Sharon Falzone's husband, in Elk, Wash., called to chat this week. The reading of the Pioneer Review brought back fond memories of some of the experiences he'd had and he wanted to visit about it. Always good to get a nice call from Larry. Cousin Dick Sherwood, Edmonds, Wash., called this week to check on how things were in sunny Kadoka. They have had rain and snow there. Sort of their usual drippy winter. He and wife Jean are doing well and planning some trips after some selective surgery. That is a good sign. Dick has fond memories of summers spent in the Philip area visiting at the Bob Blair home and with us. Monday, Tony Harty had to catch up with me to give his news for the week. In the evening, he visited his niece, Kathy Brown, to catch up on the weekend of wrestling. I visited Emma Jarl and Mary Ellen Herbaugh at the Kadoka Care Center Monday afternoon before bowling. I was surprised to see that the two big tanks that were expected early into Kadoka were just arriving about 5:30 p.m. However, I found out the reason for the delay was because of road blocks in Wanblee. Bill was in Philip for cards in the afternoon and watched bowling in the evening while having supper. Tuesday, Phyllis Word was a visitor at our place in the morning and Ron Larson also stopped by to work on our tower computer. The tower disappeared to Philip for a tune-up at Ron's shop. In the afternoon, I attended the memorial services for former neighbor Dorothy Pearson. So many from the Elbon community were on hand for the service and lunch following. Don and Vi Moody have been on a little mini-vacation this week at Rapid City before calving starts. They had quite a bit of business (a little monkey business), but lots of appointments. Don had an appointment Tuesday for a checkup after his operation and all seems to be healing nicely. Wednesday, Tony Harty visited at the home of Steven Doughty and Lisa Robinson here in Kadoka. Wednesday morning, Ralph and Cathy Fiedler drove to Whitewood to meet Lynette Klumb and Hannah. Hannah came and spent two days with grandma and grandpa because Spearfish had spring break. Cathy had to work Thursday, so Hanna and grandpa spent the day together. When he went to work he dropped her off at the nursing home until Cathy was ready to go home. Wednesday, Vi Moody was prepared to get her drivers license renewed, she thought. After getting her number and finally getting her audience before the credential certifier, she proudly tossed out her old drivers license, her original social security card, her birth certificate and two bills with her, and (continued on page 14)
ship program through regular oncampus recruitment activities and other efforts. “Our objective with the internship program is to bridge that space between academics and the work world,” Peterson said. “We try to help these students lever up to that first full-time job. The internship program is a major part of that process.”
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Monday Nite Mixed Shad’s Towing...........................31-17 Rockers......................................29-19 Groven Chemical ......................25-23 Dakota Bar................................24-24 Badland’s Auto..........................23-25 Handrahan Const .....................12-36 Highlights: Jenny Reckling......................127/320 Harvey Byrd..........................169/402 Jason Petersen ....235, 202 clean/629 Vickie Petersen......2-6 split; 212/509 Rick Coyle....................237 clean/614 Matt Reckling .......................216/579 Marlis Petersen.....................170/494 Maralynn Burns...........................182 Marsha Sumpter .5-10 split; 177/482 Jackie Shull..................................471 Jim Kujawa ..................................546 Bryan Buxcel ......................3-10 split Tuesday Mens Early Peoples Market ...........................27-9 Kadoka Tree Service.................20-16 Corks .........................................19-17 George’s Welding ......................18-18 Kennedy Implement .................18-18 Bear Auto ..................................16-20 G&A Trenching.........................14-22 Wild Hogs..................................12-24 Highlights: Steve Varner ..........224, 235, 220679 Ray O’Connell ...............205, 235/620 Earl Park .............3-10 split; 227/597 Alvin Pearson................203, 202/567 Tony Gould ...................................563 Fred Foland..................................549 James Mansfield ..........................547 Terry Wentz ..........................211/541 Jerry Iron Moccasin ..........3-10 split; ...............................................201/536 Don Weller ............................205/527 Pat Birkimer ................................521 Wendell Buxcel.............2-7 split; 515 Dakota Alfery...............................502 Kelly Blair .........................2-5-7 split Les Struble ......................5-8-10 split Wednesday Morning Coffee All Star Auto .............................36-12 Jolly Ranchers ....................30.5-17.5 Cutting Edge Salon ............26.5-21.5 Invisibles .............................26.5-21.5 State Farm Ins..........................21-27 Ghost Team...........................3.5-44.5 Highlights: Karen Foland.......3-10 split; 175/513 Marsha Sumpter...................182/508 Dody Weller...........................172/471 Cindy Willert ........................4-5 split Marti Kjerstad......................4-5 split Jenny Schriever ................4-5-7 split Donna King ............5-10 & 3-10 split Wednesday Nite Early Dorothy’s Catering ...................31-13 Wall Food Center......................26-18 99 Pins.......................................24-20 Morrison’s Haying ....................22-22 Chiefie’s Chicks ........................21-23 First National Bank .................19-25 Just Tammy’s............................17-27 Dakota Bar................................16-28 Highlights: Pandi Pittman.......................157/432 Janet Theye...........................175/488 LouAnn Reckling .........................179 Stacey Schulz ...............................425 Cindy Dinger ................5-7 split; 152 Shirley Parsons............................198 Cristi Ferguson .......4-6-7-9 -10 split; ...............................................181/503 Amy Morrison .......................173/471 Rhonda McLaughlin.....2-7 split; 176 Thursday Nite Men’s O’Connell Const ........................21-15 A&M Laundry...........................20-16 WEE BADD...............................20-16 McDonnell Farms ...............19.5-16.5 West River Pioneer Tanks .17.5-18.5 Coyle’s SuperValu.....................17-19 The Steakhouse ........................15-21 Dakota Bar................................14-22 Highlights: Alex (Toad) Moos ..............2-4-8-10 & .........................................2-5-7 splits; .............................220, 211 clean/593 John Heltzel ..........................220/555 Dean Schulz ..........................215/554 Conrad Kjerstad...........................215 Ky Bowen .....................................205 Neal Petersen...............................205 Dane Hellekson............................189 Jordan Kjerstad ...........................183 Jason Petersen ......................224/571 Bryan Buxcel ...............216 clean/567 Matt Schofield ............5-10 split; 214 Alvin Pearson .....................197 clean Brian Pearson ...................2-5-7 split Wendell Buxcel.....................2-7 split Bruce Kroetch.....................3-10 split Corky Thorson ....................3-10 split Ronnie Williams .................3-10 split Jack Heinz ..........................3-10 split Friday Nite Mixed Roy’s Amigos .............................35-13 King Pins...................................28-20 Cristi’s Crew .......................25.5-22.5 Hart to Hart..............................25-23 Rowdy Rollers .....................23.5-24.5 Rusty Spurs ..............................23-25 Randy’s Spray Service..............23-25 Ghost Team.................................9-19 Highlights: Skyler Patterson................5-10 split; .......................................212, 201/591 Ryan Eisenbraun ..................205/522 Cory Boyd ......................249, 212/629 Randy Boyd ...........................200/564 Deb Neville...................................157 Hayli Mayfield .............................152 Duane Hand ................219 clean/583 Alvin Pearson ....................5-10 split; .....................................211 clean/534 Brian Pearson ..............................551 Annette Hand .........5-7 & 2-10 splits
LaRae Van Tassel – senior Studious. Conscientious. Dependable. Always gives her best.
Thomas Doolittle – junior A top student who is always prepared. Completes quality work. Great sense of humor. Comes to class with lots of energy.
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Legal Notices
Proceedings of the City of Philip (con’t. from previous page)
stalling a bulk water station in the orange hangar as an option. Unfortunately, this would be an expensive investment for the minimal amount of water that would be sold. Following discussion, motion was made by Vetter, seconded by Kangas to deny Mr. Lutter’s request, noting that the airport is not in the business of selling water. Motion carried. Council was then informed that Helms & Assoc., on behalf of the SD DOT, will be conducting a Pavement Condition Index (PCI) survey of the airport runway in the near future. The quarterly Administrative report was presented and reviewed with FO Van Lint. FO Van Lint presented and reviewed the 2011 Annual Report of the City of Philip (Annual Financial Statement and Management's Discussion and Analysis) with the Council. The MD&A is designed to highlight the main funding sources and expenditures for the year while providing a comparison to the previous year. She then went on to ask for any questions or comments and noted that the report is on file in the Finance Office. Following review, motion was made by Harry, seconded by Vetter to approve the 2011 Annual Financial report as presented. Motion carried with all members voting aye. Council reviewed the City's Depository Disclosure for the account balances ending Feb. 29, 2012, as follows: (see box on previous page) Council also reviewed the City's Investment report which includes the City's Certificates of Deposit; the year to date sales tax revenues; and, the year to date revenues and expenditures. The monthly Police Dept. report was presented and reviewed with Chief Graham. Vetter questioned Chief Graham as to how everything is working out being the interim Haakon County Sheriff and Police Chief. Graham voiced no concerns and reported that the applications for Sheriff close on Friday, Mar. 9, 2012. The monthly Street Dept. report was reviewed. The monthly Water Dept. report was reviewed. The February 2012 water loss was reported at 10.82%. PWD Reckling advised the Council that there was a water break at 305 Ash St. on Feb. 14, 2012. The City initially disconnected the water in Nov. 2010, but apparently, it was not completely disconnected. He stated that in his opinion, he believes that there was a rock stuck in the curb stop that prevented it from being completely shut off. FO Van Lint also reported that the incident has been turned into the City’s insurance provider and then recommended the Council adopt a policy to require a homeowner or tenant be on the premises during disconnections. Currently, this policy only applies for water reconnections and the City personnel feel that extending the policy to disconnections would help prevent instances such as that of the recent water break from occurring in the future. Motion was then made by Harry, seconded by Kangas to adopt a policy requiring a homeowner and/or tenant be on the premises for a water disconnection in addition to a water reconnection. This will assist in protecting the homeowner and the City to ensure that the water is disconnected. Motion carried. PWD Reckling also informed the Council that Gen. Maint. Pearson has completed exercising the main valves and plans to start on exercising the curb stops this summer. He noted that those that are not connected or disconnected on a regular basis become stiff, making it difficult to turn the curb stops. Public Comments: None.
Official Newspaper for the City of Philip, Haakon County, Haakon School District 27-1 & the Town of Midland
March 15, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •
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In Other Business: A Municipal Election for Mayor will be held on Tuesday, April 10th. The poll will be open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. and will be located in Room A-1 at the Philip High School. Those submitting valid petitions for Mayor are Lou Ann Reckling and Michael Vetter. Petitions for Council Member Ward I (1yr term), Ward I (2-yr term), Ward II (2-yr term), & Ward III (2-yr term) have been filed with no opposition. The SD Municipal Street Maint. Assoc. meeting is Apr. 11-12, 2012, in Mitchell. Motion was made by Kangas, seconded by Harry to authorize Pool Manager Rose Bennett’s attendance at the Pool Operator’s School, Apr. 17, 2012, in Pierre. Motion carried. The SDML District 8 Meeting is Apr. 17, 2012, in Kadoka. Motion was made by Harry, seconded by Vetter to authorize DFO Smith and Officer Butler’s attendance at the SoDace Annual Meeting, May 9-10, 2012, in Pierre. Motion carried. The Council will meet in Special Session on Mar. 19, 2012, at 4:00 p.m. in the Commissioner’s Room to sit as Board of Equalization. Citizens are advised that the official PT-17 form must be filed with the Finance Officer no later than 5:00 p.m. on Mar. 15, 2012. The next regular Council Meeting will be held on Monday, Apr. 2, 2012, at 7:00 p.m. in the Community Room. With no further business to come before the Council, Mayor Hart declared the meeting adjourned at 8:05 p.m. /s/ John F. Hart, Mayor ATTEST: /s/ Brittany Smith Deputy Finance Officer [Published March 15, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $364.07]
Moenville News
by Leanne Neuhauser • 567-3325
Greetings from sunny, warm, beautiful northeast Haakon County. It is going to be windy later today, but for now it is perfect. I hope everyone is being careful with any burning activities, as fire officials have forecast a red flag fire warning for the area. In our part of the world, we don't have enough people or equipment to mount an attack against a large fire, but I guess that is when the neighboring communities step in to help. Hopefully we can remain fire free! Today is another one of those "open the windows and hang the sheets on the line" kind of days, and I am loving it. I spent some time yesterday cleaning off flower beds and generally sprucing up the yard, and I'll be doing more of that later today. The early plants are growing by leaps and bounds – it is hard to believe it is still midMarch. There are a lot of song birds in the yard also – it truly feels like spring! However, I won't be surprised if we have a snow storm or two before spring is actually here. But for now, I plan to enjoy the sunshine and warm temperatures. This week, we found out how to find the weak spot in a rail fence – just let your grandson bump into the fence with a golf cart, and the rotten posts fall over! Our grandson, age 2 1/2, wasn't supposed to be driving. However, like most boys, he loves machines, and he is very observant, so I guess it is no surprise that he knew how to turn the key and push on the accelerator. There was a resounding crash, a portion of the fence was on the ground and the golf cart was high centered on a pile of flat rocks. He had only driven about three feet, but that was all it took. The good news is that no one was hurt, we now have new posts in that section of the rail fence, and we have learned that the golf cart keys need to be in our pocket rather than in the ignition! Hopefully, that is the worst wreck he will ever have! Nels and Dorothy Paulson were in Pierre Friday getting supplies. It sounds like the main purpose of the trip was to get antibiotic for one of their cats. I wonder if the animals at Nels and Dorothy's place realize how lucky they are to be so well cared for? Neighbors Bill and Polly Bruce stopped by for a visit Saturday. Dorothy had taken a cake to their house earlier, so the Bruce's were returning the pan and bringing some cookies – sounds like a good deal all around! Calving has started at the Paulson ranch, so they will be busy for the next few weeks. Dorothy also told me that Arvera McQuistion had the misfortune of breaking her leg last week, so she'll be laid up for a while. Get well soon, Arvera. Duane and Lola Roseth were in Rapid City Wednesday. Duane was looking at some bulls in the area and Lola was doing some shopping. Their daughter, Kayce Roseth Gerlach, is an accountant in Rapid City, and she and her boss were recently featured in an article in a national accounting magazine. Congratulations, Kayce! Keep up the great work! Gene Hudson said it is spring at her house, because the pet ducks and geese at their farm are laying! She said last year there were lots of eggs, but not many hatched. Hopefully they'll have better luck this year. She also said the daffodils and tulips in her yard are getting tall and will be blooming soon. Gene always has one of the most beautiful yards around. Gene served as the substitute teacher at Cheyenne School for a few days last week, because the teacher (Connie Hudson Johnson) was sick. Several of the students at the school were sick also, but it sounds like everyone is much improved now. Gene served lunch at church Sunday. Billy and Arlyne Markwed have been staying close to home, keeping a careful eye on the calving heifers. The time change caught them off guard this week – they had gone to check some cattle Sunday and returned home intending to change clothes and get ready to go to church. Then they realized that the time had changed! Oops. Julian and Coreen Roseth had company over the weekend. Their daughter, Kristin Martin, and children came to the ranch Saturday and spent the night. Sunday, Kristin's husband, Vance, joined them, and they all attended a birthday party at Adam and Jodi Roseth's home. Adam and Jodi's daughter, Bobbi, is turning eight years old – Happy birthday to her! Nick Roseth and the Fleschner's also joined the festivities. Frank and Shirley Halligan were in Lemmon Tuesday to attend a regional basketball tournament. Their grandson, Krece, spent Thursday and Friday with them while his parents attended the state basketball tournament. Sunday, Shirley was at her home in Ft. Pierre entertaining friends from Tuscon. The friends left Monday and Shirley returned to the ranch. Frank was entertaining the flu bug, so he stayed home to recuperate. Hope you are feeling better, Frank! Some of the illnesses this year seem to hang on for quite a while! Max and Joyce Jones were in Highmore Saturday to watch their grandchildren compete in a BB gun match. Visiting with Joyce, it sounds like the bleachers are just as hard and uncomfortable now as they were 20 years ago when I was spending a lot of time at BB gun matches! Saturday evening, Max and Joyce were in Miller for East-
ern Star official visit. Marge Briggs submitted the following weather data for the month February, 2012: The high temperature for the month was 53˚ February 1. We had four days of 50˚ or above, and 16 days of 40˚ or above. The lowest maximum temperature was 13˚ on the 10th, and there were six days of 32˚ or below. The low temperature for the month was -10˚ on the 13th, and we had two days of zero or below, and eight days of 10˚ or below. The average high temperature for the month was 39˚, average low was 14˚, and the average tempera(continued on page 13)
ANNUAL REPORT FOR CITY OF PHILIP, SD AS OF AND FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2011
GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS Total General Governmental Fund Funds Beginning Balance.............................................................................................915,524.58............................................915,524.58 Revenues and Other Sources: Property Taxes ...............................................................................................353,241.84............................................353,241.84 General Sales and Use Tax............................................................................396,118.63............................................396,118.63 Amusement Taxes ................................................................................................288.00...................................................288.00 Penalties and Interest on Delinquent Taxes..........................................................471.32...................................................471.32 Licenses and Permits.........................................................................................7,705.00................................................7,705.00 Federal Grants ...............................................................................................304,158.69............................................304,158.69 State Grants.......................................................................................................6,000.00................................................6,000.00 State Shared Revenue: Bank Franchise Tax ...........................................................................................7,877.25................................................7,877.25 Motor Vehicle Commercial Prorate ....................................................................4,317.60................................................4,317.60 Liquor Tax Reversion .........................................................................................5,590.85................................................5,590.85 Motor Vehicle Licenses (5%) .............................................................................7,830.14................................................7,830.14 Local Government Highway and Bridge Fund .................................................16,617.33..............................................16,617.33 County Shared Revenue: County HBR Tax (25%) .........................................................................................226.78...................................................226.78 County Wheel Tax ..............................................................................................2,273.72................................................2,273.72 Charges for Goods and Services: Sanitation ...........................................................................................................8,542.11................................................8,542.11 Health.................................................................................................................1,003.81................................................1,003.81 Culture and Recreation ....................................................................................17,426.97..............................................17,426.97 Court Fines and Costs ..........................................................................................191.75...................................................191.75 Parking Fines ...................................................................................................180.00...................................................180.00 Other City Fines .................................................................................................70.00.....................................................70.00 Investment Earnings ..........................................................................................8,445.39................................................8,445.39 Rentals..................................................................................................................461.80...................................................461.80 Special Assessments .........................................................................................2,690.20................................................2,690.20 Cont. & Donations from Private Src. .....................................................................350.00...................................................350.00 Airport ..............................................................................................................28,075.41..............................................28,075.41 Other ................................................................................................................14,586.62..............................................14,586.62 Total Revenue and Other Sources.................................................................1,194,741.21.........................................1,194,741.21 Expenditures and Other Uses: Legislative ........................................................................................................34,216.70..............................................34,216.70 Executive .........................................................................................................16,797.07..............................................16,797.07 Elections ...............................................................................................................193.27...................................................193.27 Financial Administration .................................................................................109,875.74............................................109,875.74 Other General Government .............................................................................44,666.13..............................................44,666.13 Police .............................................................................................................135,635.34............................................135,635.34 Fire...................................................................................................................10,121.68..............................................10,121.68 Other Protection....................................................................................................813.56...................................................813.56 Highways and Streets ....................................................................................148,572.58............................................148,572.58 Sanitation - Rubble Site .....................................................................................1,278.39................................................1,278.39 Airport ..............................................................................................................16,307.87..............................................16,307.87 Health - Mosquito & Dog Pound ........................................................................1,237.20................................................1,237.20 Health - Ambulance............................................................................................2,456.00................................................2,456.00 Hospital ..........................................................................................................295,000.00............................................295,000.00 Recreation........................................................................................................47,076.27..............................................47,076.27 Parks..................................................................................................................2,771.28................................................2,771.28 Libraries .............................................................................................................1,200.00................................................1,200.00 Economic Opportunity........................................................................................5,716.02................................................5,716.02 Debt Service ....................................................................................................70,603.62..............................................70,603.62 Capital Outlay ................................................................................................244,496.51............................................244,496.51 Total Expenditures and Other Uses ..............................................................1,189,035.23.........................................1,189,035.23 Transfers In....................................................................................................................0.00.......................................................0.00 Sale of Municipal Property .....................................................................................12,500.00..............................................12,500.00 Comp. for Loss/Damage Cap. Assets .........................................................................759.15...................................................759.15 Total Other Financing Sources ...........................................................................13,259.15..............................................13,259.15 Transfers Out.................................................................................................................0.00.......................................................0.00 Increase/Decrease in Fund Balance...................................................................18,965.13..............................................18,965.13 Change in Fund Balance Reserves .....................................................................-7,892.91 ..............................................-7,892.91 Ending Balance: .................................................................................................926,596.80............................................926,596.80 Non-Spendable ................................................................................................23,285.30..............................................23,285.30 Committed........................................................................................................95,666.92..............................................95,666.92 Assigned ..........................................................................................................41,000.00..............................................41,000.00 Unassigned ....................................................................................................766,644.58............................................766,644.58 Governmental Long-term Debt .........................................................................377,844.87............................................377,844.87 PROPRIETARY FUNDS Water Fund Sewer Fund Garbage Fund Beginning Balance ........................................................................1,805,103.38 ...................1,293,957.24 ......................98,832.48 Revenues...........................................................................................253,138.01 ......................109,112.02 ......................59,773.85 Expenses...........................................................................................223,683.83 ......................118,968.35 ......................57,041.52 Ending Balance: ............................................................................1,834,557.56 ...................1,284,100.91 ....................101,564.81 Restricted for Rural Develop. Loan ................................................37,000.00 .................................0.00 ...............................0.00 Unrestricted ..................................................................................487,060.44 ......................400,097.76 ....................101,479.23 Long-term Debt.................................................................................603,848.62 .................................0.00 ...............................0.00 The preceding financial data does not include fiduciary funds or component units. Information pertaining to those activities may be obtained by contacting the City Finance Office at 859-2175. [Published March 15, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $182.39]
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by Leanne Neuhauser • 567-3325
(continued from page 11) ture for the month was 27˚. Precipitation for the month was .55”. Normal precipitation for February is .58”, leaving us .03” below normal for the month. Precipitation for the year-todate, 2012, is .80”. Normal precipitation is .93”, leaving us .13” below normal for the year. Marge measured 6.5” of snow in February. So far for the year 2012 we have received 13.5” of snow. And the amount of snow Marge has recorded for the winter to date is 22.5”. Thanks, Marge, for compiling this data! Connie Johnson is feeling much better this week, as are her students at Cheyenne School. She said everyone at the school is well so far this week. Jon Johnson and boys attended the BB gun match in Highmore over the weekend, and son Noah brought home four ribbons. He is a young shooter, and he's doing well. Congratulations, Noah! Clint and Laura Alleman were in Rapid City last Monday taking care of business. Other than that, they have been close to home keeping watch on the cattle. Their daughter, Alivya, has a favorite cow in the corral, and Alivya loves to visit the cow and say "mooo"! It seems like that is one of the first words farm kids learn! Laura is enjoying having more time at home now that the Hayes play is done for the year – the directing duties kept her busy for several months. Ronnie Beckwith was working some pigs over the weekend, and Gary Beckwith, Ed Briggs and Casey Briggs helped out with those duties. Otherwise, it has been fairly quiet at the Beckwith place. Chase and Kelly Briggs were in town Friday to attend a birthday party for one of Chase's friends. Over the weekend, Kelly and the kids spent a couple of days at her parent's home near Pierre. It is lambing season there, so they got to spend time with the babies – Kelly said daughter Hailee spent most of the time carrying a little lamb around. What a great experience! While they were in town, they also attended a birthday party for nephew Treyson Stout who turned two. Cole Briggs hosted an ultrasound school at his place last week. Several folks were on hand to see this technology first hand – it truly is amazing! Ray and Nancy Neuhauser attended a basketball game in Ft. Pierre last Tuesday. Over the weekend, several of Nancy's family came to visit – her daughter, Carrie, and husband Tom, Sheridan, spent several days with them, and a couple of Nancy's granddaughters also stopped to visit. Nancy
was talking about cleaning the old leaves off her rhubarb plants in preparation for new growth – I guess she is getting spring fever just like the rest of us! Bill and Polly were in town Thursday to pick up mineral for the cattle. While they were gone, neighbor Nels Paulson brought his heifers over for Vince to calve out. Friday, son Andy Bruce, Pierre, came to the ranch, as did friend Matt Gil de Leon, Hill City. The guys helped with work around the place and helped watch cattle, but they also took time to "play," riding four wheelers and shooting muskrats. Andy returned to his home Sunday, and Matt returned to his home Monday. Bill and Polly attended church in Midland Sunday, enjoying lunch at a local restaurant before returning to the ranch. Kevin and Mary Neuhauser's son, Nick, was home from his studies in Watertown last week, enjoying spring break. Their daughter, Sarah, was also home over the weekend. Sarah is finishing up her pharmacy rotation in Rapid City. Mary said her mother, Kathryn Schlecther, continues to recover from her recent surgeries. She is in rehab now and is gaining strength. Lee and Mary Briggs' daughter, Keva Joens, attended the Hayes play last Saturday night and spent the night at the home of Steve and Dawn Hedman. She stopped by the Briggs ranch Sunday and spent some time visiting before returning to her home in Spearfish. Ruth Neuhauser has been enjoying a visit from her daughter and son-in-law, Nina and Lynn Nachtigall, Cheyenne, Wyo. They came to South Dakota Saturday and spent the night at the home of Kevin Neuhauser. Sunday, Lynn and Nina spent the day with Ruth in Highmore. Monday, they helped Ruth keep a dental appointment in Pierre, then spent the afternoon with Ruth in Highmore. They will be visiting a bit more Tuesday before returning to their home in Cheyenne. It is wonderful that they can have such nice travel weather for this time of year! Calving is the name of the game at our place these days. Thank goodness for the wonderful
May the blessing of God’s so rain be on you
May the blessing of God’s so rain be on you, Falling gently on your head, refreshing your soul With the sweetness of little flowers newly blooming. May the strength of the winds of Heaven bless you, Carrying the rain to wash your spirit clean Sparkling aer in the sunlight. May the blessing of God’s earth be on you, And as you walk the roads, May you always have a kind word for those you meet.
weather! And it is soon going to be farming season if this weather keeps up – some of the neighbors are already doing some of their spring tillage! We enjoyed a visit from our son, Scott, and grandkids, Marisa and Austin, (the driver) this week. Marisa had a couple of days off school because of spring break, and both kids loved to help feed the calves, pet the cats, explore the trees, hunt for feathers, pick up sticks, climb trees and fences, and do all the outdoor things here at the ranch. It is such fun to see things through their eyes! They returned to their home in Spearfish on Friday. Saturday, Randy and I headed east for a quick visit with our daughter, Jennifer, and her husband, Ross Tschetter, at Salem. It was good to see the country between here and there, and Jen and Ross are wonderful hosts – we had a great time! This week, as I was thinking about what I am grateful for, many things came to mind – Ziploc bags, Velcro, and other assorted things. But today I am most grateful for Mother Nature – budding trees, flowers poking their heads through the ground, baby calves all over the place, birds returning from wherever they have been. It really is a rebirth, and it gives my spirit a lift. I hope you will be able to get outside, feel the warm sun on your face, and appreciate your world! Enjoy!
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The South Dakota Affiliate of Susan G. Komen® is moving its 2012 Race for the Cure to downtown Sioux Falls on September 30. Organizers believe the new location will enable more supporters from across the state to attend the event. The South Dakota affiliate's desire is to grow the race, because more money raised translates into better breast health and greater progress towards a cure for breast cancer. “We are deeply grateful to the people of Vermillion for propelling the Komen Race for the Cure from infancy into a gathering of more than 4,000 participants,” said Colette Abbott, founder and former race chair for the Susan G. Komen South Dakota Race for the Cure. “I've been amazed at the commitment of South Dakotans to raise more than $800,000 to fund breast cancer research and education since 2008. The impact of the Race for the Cure on breast health in our state is only poised to grow as the race moves to Sioux Falls and becomes a truly statewide race.” Seventy-five percent of the funds raised through the race will stay in South Dakota for breast health education, breast cancer screening, treatment programs and research to prevent, treat and cure breast cancer. The remaining 25 percent supports breast cancer research on a national level. Komen South Dakota is grateful for the local businesses that have made the race possible in the past and is inviting businesses from across the state to support this year’s race. “The race is about camaraderie. It’s about survivors coming together and celebrating their victories and encouraging those who are in the midst of battling breast cancer,” said Amanda Anderson, executive director of Komen South Dakota. “It’s also about our children and the drive we have to find better treatments and a cure.” The tentative starting point for the race is the intersection of Phillips Ave. and 2nd Street. The 5K and one mile race routes will continue throughout the downtown area. For more information, contact Amanda Anderson, executive director of Komen South Dakota, at 605271-1751 or Amanda.Anderson@ komensouthdakota.org, or Susie Patrick, this year's race chair, at racechair@komensouthdakota.org.
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