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A Publication of Ravellette Publications, Inc., Philip, South Dakota 57567. The Official Newspaper of Haakon County, South Dakota. Copyright 1981.
by Nancy Haigh Toni Rhodes looks forward to the challenges of her new job as Haakon County director of equalization. Rhodes, a Philip native, became the director of equalization March 7. She has close to 20 years of experience in bookkeeping. She also had a degree in education and English. She said she recently moved back to Philip to be closer to the grandkids. Rhodes said she is excited about her new position. She said the job involves many different areas which she looks forward to learning. “It will be a challenge,” said Rhodes. “I really like challenges.” Rhodes said she is looking forward to reconnecting with people she knew before she moved away from the area. Along with learning all the aspects of her new job, Rhodes will take correspondence courses as well as attending state courses to fulfill the duties of her position. She will also work toward certification so that she can assess property.
Rhodes Haakon County’s new assessor Midland comedy “Artificial Intelligence,” a computer program sire’s hilarious nightmare
by Del Bartels The Midland Drama Club will perform this year’s comedy “Artificial Intelligence” Friday and Saturday, March 30-31, at 7:00 p.m., and Sinday, April 1, at 2:00 p.m. The miscommunications and misdirections don’t slow in this fast-paced production that was originally titled “LOL – a computer farce.” Too many things hit the fan on the same day, and most of them sound alike. The career making demonstration of a financial prediction computer program hits the same day the computer crashes. No, the professor’s daughter was not in a car crash, but which daughter? The computer code is hopefully backed-up, but the programmer is commanded to have a cold and usually really backed-up. Alice is dead, but is that the computer, the daughter, the prodigy of Sarah or one of the two unborn babies? For extra hilarity, throw in a Texas tycoon who is oblivious to his wife’s excruciating needs, a crusty Australian owner of a deli, a senior systems operator who has been threatening to quit forever, a muddled and meddling janitor who loves soap opera, and a geek who will be killed if he even looks at the boss’s daughter but has done a lot more than that. Though a definite family show, the production is chock full of accidental and completely ignored innuendo and double-meanings. The confusion will all come out in the end. “Huh?” “Later!” Actor Dennis Sinkey portrays the doctor of computer programming who nerves are frazzled over today’s demo. His wife is not pregnant, but he never gets the chance to break the bad news. His daughter is pregnant, but he never gets to hear the bad news. He is the target of the main investor’s wife, and that is definitely bad news. Actress Audrey Jones brings to life the character of Sinkey’s character’s wife. Ecstatic over being pregnant at 44, she is proud to be the “wife behind the man’s charm,” but will probably kill that man after the investor’s wife gets through with him. John Dolezal does the part of the computer geek, considered underaverage by the professor, who has secretly married the boss’s pregnant daughter. In desperation, he
Pioneer review
Number 31 Volume 106 March 22, 2012
Learning the job ... Toni Rhodes recently became Haakon County director
of equalization. The Philp native is excited about the challenges of her new position. Photo by Nancy Haigh
Don’t eat the deli roast beef ... As Mathew Jones goes down, shown from left, Lawrence Stroppel tries to “g’day mate” his way out of a mess, Dennis Sinkey creates one huge white lie after another, Jamie Dolezal tries to survive telling her father that she is pregnant by (oh no not him), and Rayma Reimann tries to take notes but will get everything wrong anyway. The Midland Drama Club members have a grand time trying to sort out the confusion in their production of the situational comedy “Artificial intellegence.” Photos by D. Bartels But throttling is so much fun ...
School board upholds 2012-2013 calendar
by Del Bartels The Haakon School District Board of Education meeting Monday, March 19, had a packed audience there to discuss possbily changing the calendar for the 20122013 school year. Tanya McIlravy presented the case for starting the school year later than the already approved August 15. Fall sports and teachers’ in-service are scheduled to begin August 13. McIlravy compared the Haakon school calendar with Wall’s school year, which will begin September 6, and Kadoka Area’s year, which will begin August 29. Stressing academics over sports, she pointed out that the classrooms are too warm that early in the school year. Families take late summer vacations then. Some students will lose summer job bonuses by having to start school so early. If the school year ended later, the teacher could battle spring fever with more activities outside. Members of the school board reinterated the strengths, and gave some concessions, for the early start of the school year. Wall and Kadoka each have nine Fridays scheduled into their calendars. The concern of warm temperatures in the classrooms because of late summer heat will be negated with air conditioning in each class room, to be installed before next school year. Haakon School District is one of only four that have earned Distinguished District status in South Dakota, and the board wants to keep doing what it takes to continue that. Out of 154 days in session next year, the two semesters are different by just two days. The first semester testings can be done and reviewed before Christmas break. The DakotaSTEP testings can be done so as not to hinder future calendars. Fall sports competitions are scheduled well in advance, and the student athletes will be attending practices no matter when classes start. Approximately 65 percent of the junior high and high school student body participate in fall sports. The board thanked the audience members for attending and voicing their concerns. The approved calendar will stand. Continuing on with other business, all certified contracts were offered based on Fiscal Year 2012 negotiated terms with the understanding that contracts would be re-offered once fiscal year 2012 negotiations are complete. All offered contracts have been signed except those offered to librarian Jackie Radway and science teacher Kali Leitheiser. Radway plans on retir(continued on page 2)
Actress Audrey Jones tries to figure out why Dennis Sinkey is a tad upset with John Dolezal in the Midland play. The audience may have a clue to who killed Alice. becomes surprisingly good at blackmail, really good. Jamie Dolezal has fun with the part of the boss’s daughter. She is torn in helping her father out of a terrible professional problem and keeping her new husband from getting throttled by him. Her father says of her and the geek, “We were young and foolish, these two are young and imbecilic!” She loves the idea her mother is also pregnant, “It’s wonderful, I’m going to have a little sister!,” to which mom says, “and your dad’s going to have a cow.” Mathew Jones plays the head investor, obviously a Texan. A real businessman, he ignores his wife who will simply not be ignored. After feasting on roast beef sandwiches, he first becomes the fiancé to a pregnant woman, then is the replacement for the computer system operator, then a very “original” orator promoting a dead computer program. Just don’t tell him. Actor Lawrence Stroppel plays the part of Mel, that is Mex, no that is Tex. Anyway, he is ramrodded into pretending to be someone he (continued on page 9)
Two candidates for Philip mayoralship
Two candidates are running for the mayoralship of Philip, Lou Ann Reckling and Michael Vetter. The current mayor, John Hart, is not running for re-election, The municipal election will be Tuesday, April 10. The single polling place, in Room A-1 at the Philip High School, will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The mayor’s term begins with the May council meeting, where the new mayor will take the oath of office. Lou Ann Reckling Family: I have five children. Andrew works at Scotchman Industries, Inc., Melissa is married and works at the Pennington County jail, Matthew is married and works as the public works director for the city of Philip, Ashley works at Ingram Hardware, and Marlis is married and owns/operates the Dakota Bar. I have six grandchildren My mother, one brother and a sister also live in Philip. Another brother lives in Montana and one lives in White River. How long in area? I was born in Kadoka, but have lived in the Philip area my whole life. I graduated from Philip High School in 1973. After graduation, I married Robert Reckling. We owned and op-
Local connection to 1944 B-29 crash
By Mike Wade and Garth Wade South Dakota homesteader Ernest Clements and sons Ray and John were mending fence on Sept, 28, 1944 when they saw an Army Air Corps B-29 fall from the sky. The Super Fortress was flying in formation when the engine from another B-29 sliced its tail off at 21,000 feet. The Clementses and neighbors on the rolling prairie near the small town of Philip witnessed the deaths of seven crewmen when the front section crashed on Martin Kellogg’s farm. The rear section landed minutes later with the body of tail gunner Marshall Ballard in it. Two survived with minor injuries. Left blister gunner William S. Clary and radar operator Arthur J. Liberi parachuted safely. They landed a half-mile from the trail section. Both survive today. The Clements father and sons picked up one survivor. Their neighbor, John Kuchenbecker, gathered in the other. They all met where the tail section had landed. Clary and Luberi hugged. Clary, 87, of Gaffney, S.C. went on to fly 29 missions over Japan. Ninety-year-old Liberi of Mount Laurel, N.J., survived another B-29 crash in the ocean off the coast of Japan on his 25th mission. Few who witnessed the crash are alive today. Eighty-nine-year-old Helen Sorensen is one. “My husband and I noticed a large black cloud of smoke north of us,” she said. They drove to the site where the front section crashed and saw burned bodies. “We did not get out of the car nor did we cross the fence, not being sure we should even be there,” she said. Gaylord “Guy” Paulsen was a
Part 3 of the series regarding the 1944 B-29 crash northwest of Philip.
Lou Ann Reckling erated Reckling’s Hardware, where Jones Bottle and Vet supply store is now. After selling the business, I have worked in many customer service jobs, including Ingram Hardware, NAPA, Philip School and the 73 Bar where I currently work. Why are you the best candidate? I have worked with the public most of my life. I know what it’s like to be the working class and
Michael Vetter what it takes to survive in hard times. I understand the issues the average person deals with on a day-to-day basis and how hard it is to get some public officials to listen to and deal with those same issues. I am a great listener, and I will apply basic common sense and hard work ethics to help resolve those same issues. Don’t be afraid to come to me with any problem (continued on page 2)
Council denies only evaluation challenge
by Del Bartels The Philip City Council first met as a board of equalization, Monday, March 19, then continued the meeting for regular council business. Toni Rhodes, the new director of equalization for Haakon County, presented the offices’s annual report and update to the city council. Growth for the county totaled $570,920 for 2011. The growth specifically inside the city limits of Philip totaled $59,421, The council then reviewed the single objection to property valuation assessments filed. Jason Rhodes was actually objecting to the tax notice, not the evaluation notice. He had stated to the equalization office that he did reside in the structure, thus making it owner-occupied. This designation would reduce his taxes approximately $100. The city council voted to deny his objection at T. Rhodes’ recommendation. J. Rhodes’ objection was for 2011 tax status for taxes payable in 2012. The city is equalizing taxes for 2012, payable in 2013. J. Rhodes’ status has been changed for 2012 taxes. The Haakon County commissioners will meet as a board of equalization, April 10. The council adjourned as a board of equalization and immediately reconvened as the city council. The council approved a $10,000 reserve amount for a 1986 Case loader to be sold at the Philip Livestock Auction’s machinery auction. The machine has an estimated 7,200 hours on it. The estimate of value ranges between $12,000 and $14,000. The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources would not give any further input concerning the removal site at the Philip rubble site for condemned structures. The department stated that all the pertinent information is in the permit. Matt Reckling, public works director, said that his plan right now is to clear out an area south of the current rubble site shed. The council discussed its charge for receiving into the rubble site the debris of the two buildings that must be torn down. “As far a s a (continued on page 2)
seven-year-old student in Teresa Carley’s class in a one-room school a mile west of the crash site on that day. The class heard a “TREMENDOUS ROAR,” ran outside and saw the main section of the B-29 falling end over end, disappear behind a hill and explode, said Paulsen. T eacher and students jumped in the teacher’s car and headed for the site. The tail section landed a quarter-mile away and the students saw the late John Reedy and Harry Hart remove a body from it, Paulsen said. The damaged second B-29 in the Philip accident crashed near Winner, S.D., about 30 minutes later. All of its crew bailed out safely. Neither crew was blamed for the accident, according to records obtained by William Clary’s son, Eric Clary of Gaffney, S.C. With a population of about 800, Philip is short on people, not heart, a land of big farms and ranches separated by miles. It is 85 miles from South
Dakota’s state capitol Pierre to the east and 88 miles from Rapid City to the west. “Miles apart as neighbors but we do more things for each other and help each other more than people do in the big cities,” said former city girl Pam Clements, wife of Steve Clements, Ray Clements’ son. The far-flung neighbors of Philip tended to Clary and Liberi and put out the fire caused by the crash. The only thing they didn’t do was forget. Ernest Clements died in 1946. His son Ray, 16, at the time of the crash, was a Navy photographer on the USS Norman Sound during the Korean War. He came home and joined Wheeler Brooks American Legion Post 173 in Philip, the B-29 crash fresh in his mind. He was Post 173 commander when he spearheaded a legion effort to memorialize the fallen bomber crew. Their names were inscribed on a memorial stone (continued on page 2)
County commissioners interview candidates for sheriff position
by Nancy Haigh The board met in executive sessions for about seven hours to discuss personnel and legal issues Tuesday, March 13. The meeting was broken up into three separate executive sessions, the first and third for personnel and the second for legal issues. The first two sessions did not have any action. Following the final session the board approved a motion to hire one of the interviewed sheriff’s candidates, with the name to be released following his acceptance and notification of other candidates. In accordance with state law since the next election year is this year, the county will have to hold an election for sheriff. As of earlier this week no petitions have been filed for the sheriff position. Commissioners Gary Snook and Nick Konst have taken out petitions for their respective districts, but they have not been returned. One petition each have been returned for the coroner position and the treasurer position. The state’s attorney position has also not had a petition taken out. All petitions have to be returned by Tuesday, March 27 for the primary election.
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March 23-24-25-26:
Journey 2 (PG)
Fri: 8:00 p.m. Sun: 1:30 p.m. Sat: 8:00 p.m. Mon: 7:00 p.m.
Come help us celebrate with Elfrieda on March 31, 2012, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Bad River Senior Citizen’s Center Downtown Philip Please, no gi s
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Midland Socials
AT THE MIDLAND EDUCATION FAIR ON MARCH 29TH THE MIDLAND COMMUNITY LIBRARY IS HAVING THEIR ANNUAL FUNDRAISER SOUP SUPPER OF CHICKEN NOODLE AND CHILI, SANDWICHES AND BARS FROM 4:00-6:00 P.M. AT THE MIDLAND SCHOOL.
South Dakota continues to be the land of infinite variety. One thing that does seem to be consistent is the wind. This Monday morning, the sky is overcast and the temperature is 72˚. Sunday was in the 80s and just between you and me, that is too warm for the middle of March in South Dakota. And what about Winner with a temperature of 94˚ Sunday, I believe. We do need some moisture, hopefully in the form of rain, not snow. What’s that? Sounds like I am getting a bit picky? Could be. But, with the warmer temperatures we have been having the wheat fields have greened up and the buds are on the lilac bushes. A freeze at this point would not be a good thing. And so, we take each day as it comes. The one thing we do know for sure – we are not in charge of the weather. Good thing, don’t you think? One would want sunshine while another would want rain. When you were a kid did you have night dreams? For me it was the same two dreams. One was of mom driving down a gravel road and winding up in the ditch. In those dreams we were not hurt, but always my arm was straight in the air with a toothbrush in my hand. Now what does that tell you? And where am I going with this you ask? Last night, I dreamt of my favorite history book, “Prairie Progress in West Central South Dakota.” In my dream instead of ‘Prairie Progress’ it was ‘Prairie Pages.’ Now I’m thinking that could be an okay name as each of those pages are filled with family history on the prairie. And so, my interest in family history has brought me to the Bill Kunkle history story. In talking with Bill Kunkle on the phone last week, I learned some things about his life and asked if he would write me some of them. Bill commented he does not like to blow his own whistle. But I found things he told me interesting and so he agreed to do what I call an “interview through the mail.” Many of you may have read an article on Bill Kunkle in the December 22, 2011, issue of the Pioneer Review “Blood and Oil Seeping Up.” I was going to write up what Bill wrote me in this week’s Midland News column but wanting to give his story the time and credit I feel it deserves my wish is to have the Bill Kunkle story as an article in next week’s Pioneer Review. Our sympathy to the family of Ken Heeb who lived at Philip for a number of years. Later he and his wife, Judy, moved to Custer. Reminder: Midland Legion Auxiliary are reminded to bring finger food to the Midland Community play which will be held at the Midland Legion Hall March 30, 31 and April 1. The Midland Legion Auxiliary will also be having an Easter egg hunt at the Midland City Park, weather permitting. The students of the Midland School will have their last day of school before Easter Thursday, April 5. Be watching for posters around town with times for the different Easter egg hunt schedules. Midland Community Librarian Karel Reiman reports more kids and adults are coming to the library to check out books, videos and DVDs. That is a good thing. We have a beautiful library and Karel is more then willing to help folks find a certain book they are looking for. As a library board we continue to work at keeping our library an important part of the community. Each year, we have a Christmas tree or display depicting the library at Christmas in Midland. We will be having our annual soup and sandwich supper fundraiser from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Midland school in conjunction with the Midland School Education Fair March 29. So, moms, dads, kids, grandparents and anyone else is invited to come for a good bowl of soup and a chance to see what our Midland students have done throughout the school year. When coming to the Education Fair, do be sure to check out the pictures and stories on the east wall in the hallway next to Renee Schofield’s classroom. Renee teaches kindergarten, first and second grade and seems to always have some great pictures of the students and their projects. A most interesting project her students are doing this year is about a young lad named Flat Stanley. I got the following information from Renee. Have you ever wanted to go somewhere really, really bad, but you just couldn’t go? If you have, then you have something in common with Stanley Lambchop, the main character in the children’s book entitled “Flat Stanley.” In the story, Stanley was squashed by a bulletin board. Being flat, he was able to participate in many adventures. He was mailed in an envelope by his parents for a “dream vacation” to visit friends in California. He even placed himself on a famous painting in a museum to help catch some infamous art thieves. And so, Renee’s students are having a fun adventure as they send Flat Stanley to places outside of the state of South Dakota. Cass Finn, son of Shad and Jenna Finn, sent Flat Stanley to Ryan and Adan Norwood of Annalong Newry, Co. Down Ireland and Cass has heard back from them this Monday. Ryan and Adan took pictures and wrote of Flat Stanley and the places he visited while with them. Another interesting adventure was when Kash Block, son of Ross and Amy Block, sent Flat Stanley to Lindsey and Ryan Deterding, Indianapolis, Ind. Lindsey is a sister of Amy’s and Flat Stanley happened to visit when the pre-Super Bowl activities were going on, so Flat Stanley had some awesome adventures. Abby Finn, daughter of Shane and Melissa Finn, sent Flat Stanley to Centennial, Colo., to visit Abby’s uncle, Justin Koehler, and his wife, Sandie. Justin works for the TV Show “Cool Tools,” so Flat Stanley went to work with Justin and had a most wonderful time. There are many more stories from other students so be looking for them at the Education Fair. Former Midland tumbler, Edna Dale, is working with students putting together a tumbling performance for the evening of the Education Fair. Katie Sammons, Julie Daly, Jenna Finn and Melissa Finn are helping Edna. The Midland School Booster Club is once again having the book fair, so folks, stop in and look over the selection. The fifth grade students are having a bake sale to raise money for a school trip to Outlaw Ranch. So, Thursday, March 29, looks to be a very busy evening at our Midland School.
Contact Sonia Nemec • 843-2564 e-mail: home_maker_sonia@hotmail.com
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Jenna Finn is the coordinator for Box Tops for Education Program, Land O Lakes Save Five for Schools Program, and Labels for Education Program for the Midland School. The Midland students, parents, grandparents, and community members collect box tops, Land o Lakes milk caps, and UPCs to earn money and merchandise for their school. If you have any questions or would like to collect them for the students, please contact Jenna Finn at 843-2220 John Nemec and Judy Fosheim left for Billings, Mont., Thursday morning for the funeral service for their aunt, Loretta (Sheeley) Jones, Friday. Don and Sally Ehlers, Cheryl (Ehlers) Hook and Rory Ehlers also attended the funeral service. Bob and Doris Sheeley, Colorado City, Colo., were there for the funeral. Loretta was also the aunt of Bob and Sally. Our sympathy to the families of Loretta. Becky (Nemec) Thompson, Sioux Falls, had a baby shower for our daughter-in-law, Stephanie Nemec, Saturday, March 17. Christopher and Stephanie are expecting an addition to the family April 20. Our daughter, April Meeker, and her daughter, Miranda, Spearfish, picked me up on the way to Mitchell for the baby shower. Stephanie was an exchange student from Germany a number of years ago and stayed with John and Judy Fosheim. Judy and her daughter, Crystal Neuharth, and two sons, Johnathon and Justin, were also at the shower. Crystal and Christopher both graduated from Midland High School in 2004. Trish Spinsby and son, Charles, Dell Rapids, were also at the shower. Trish’s husband, Marti, was in Christopher’s class. Carmen Nemec, Belle Fourche, had a bad cold so wasn’t able to come – didn’t think she should share. The shower was held at Vantage Point Engineering Company so Christopher and Stephanie took everyone on a tour of the building showing them their offices etc. Christopher and Stephanie much appreciated Becky having the shower and the little missy will be all decked out in pink. So, hopefully the doctor is right and it is going to be a girl, don’t think a little boy would look quite right in all that pink. Lisa (Hunt) Hackerott, Deidra, Blake and Stuart, Smith Center, Kans., arrived in Midland Friday, March 9. Teresa Palmer, Murdo, also came over to spend the weekend. Saturday, April Neuhauser, Ft. Pierre, came to visit with the Hackerott’s. Lisa and kids, April, Teresa and Christine Niedan, went to Philip to visit Ida Hunt at the nursing home. They also visited Roy Roseth. Roy and Carol Hunt, Keith Hunt, Jan Tolton, and Michelle Meinzer joined the group for supper at Christine’s. Lisa returned to Kansas Sunday as she had to work. The kids had a week long spring break from school. Monday, Keith, Christine and the Hackerott kids went to Rapid City to do some shopping. Early Thursday morning, Keith, Christine, Deidra, Blake and Stuart left for Aberdeen to attend the boys State B Basketball Tournament. They returned to Midland late Saturday night after seeing White River win the State B. Sunday Keith and Christine took the Hackeroot kids to meet their dad, Brian, in Nebraska to return home. Blake was starting track today (Monday) and Deidra is involved in Forensics (declam). She participates in the poetry section and has placed in three contests. She has already qualified for the state com-
land hosted a roller skating party in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. Shown above is the group of young at heart attending. Clockwise from right is Jess Jones all dressed up, then Sage Bierle, Emily Trapp and Jada Jones in face paint, and finally Rainee Snyder and Josie Jones, also all made up for St. Patrick’s Day. Courtesy photos
St. Patrick’s Day roller skating in Midland ... The community of Mid-
petition. Way to go, Deidra. Keith Hunt reports he saw and visited with Bo Beck’s father who was there to see Bo referee at his first State B tournament game. A first-year referee cannot ref the championship game, but he did the third place game. Bo lives in Eureka. Also saw Johnny and Jessie (Foster) Brewere who were there to watch their grandson, Dayton Spiel, Dupree, games. Saw Richard and Echo Rockafellow, John Thune and Jerry Applebee, but didn’t see any locals from this area. Jason Selchert, Gayville, was also a referee. Jason attended school in Midland at one time. Wylie Schwalm and Shorty and Maxine Jones went to Valentine, Neb., last Thursday to attend the funeral of Gertrude Langer Foster, mother of Patty Stalley. Maxine reports that ‘Gert’ was a very interesting person. Born in 1920, she was teaching school when she met Clair W. Foster of Sparks, Neb. They married in 1941. While raising their eight daughters and two sons, she graduated with honors from Chadron State College. An educator, she touched many lives and inspired others to teach, including
her daughter, Patty. Gert enjoyed teaching, gardening, nature, hunting, horseback riding, music, and was a beautiful pianist. She loved God, her husband and children, her 24 grandchildren and 27 greatgrandchildren (and counting, with two more to arrive in her Stalley family alone). She was preceded in death by Clair, two sons-in-law, T.R. Stalley and Jim Swezey. Attending weddings of Gert’s three Stalley granddaughters the past few years, Shorty and Maxine got to know several family members. Wylie got acquainted with them back when he, T.R. and Patty were all attending college at Springfield, only a few miles from the Foster ranch at Sparks, Neb. Shorty and Maxine Jones went to Rapid City and Black Hills National Cemetery for services and family visit for the funeral of Ivan ‘Snazz’ Dennis last Friday. Ivan’s parents, Henry and Hope Dennis, raised a large family and had a farm north of Midland near the farm of Jerry’s grandparents, Jake and Ida DeYoung. Our sincere sympathy to the Dennis family. It is time to close my new’s column for another week. The weeks
fly by so quickly. Soon school will be out and summer will be here. With the temperatures we’ve been having, Midland’s City Park has been a busy place as after school the kids enjoy playing in the park and mom’s enjoy visiting. We do have a beautiful park. A park we are proud to have in our town of Midland and there is a good feeling when out-of-town folks comment on what a beautiful park we have. Jerry and I graduated from Midland, lived and raised our family in Midland, had a business in Midland, and Jerry served on the town board for 30 years. So, Midland has been a big part of our lives. And being a part of a town for that many years, there are those rollercoaster rides with its ups and its downs. Every town has what I call the “round table” where things are cussed and discussed. But, at the end of the day, whether it is running a business or serving on a board, if you have strived to do your absolute best you can go to bed with a clear conscience. On this journey I call ‘life’ there are lessons to be learned. I’ve learned you cannot change people. The only person you can change is yourself. Have a good day and a great week.
WIC program’s new income guides
The South Dakota Department of Health has released new income guidelines for the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program. Family size (185% of federal poverty level) 1 – $20,665 2 – $27,991 3 – $35,317 4 – $42,643 5 – $49,969 6 – $57,295 7 – $64,621 8 – $71,947 9 – $79,273 10 – $86,599 WIC is a special supplemental nutrition program, funded by the United States Department of Agriculture, provided at no cost to eligible mothers, babies and children. Its goal is to help improve health by providing nutritious foods to supplement diets, offering education on healthy eating, nutrition and breastfeeding, and making referrals to other services. If a family’s income does not exceed the set amounts for the size of the family, then that family could qualify for WIC. To find out if you or your children are eligible for the WIC program, call for an appointment at your local WIC office or community health services office. Offices can be found under the county listings in the phone book or at http://doh. sd.gov/LocalOffices/CHS.aspx. At the appointment, the client must provide family income information, proof of residency and identity, provide information about foods eaten, answer questions about past and current health, have height and weight taken, have a finger stick blood test taken (except for babies up to nine months of age), and visit with a health professional about nutrition education and health needs. If eligible, the client will get food “checks” to buy foods at authorized grocery stores. More information is available at the Department of Health website http://doh.sd.gov/WIC.
Battleship USS South Dakota, 1942
The 70th anniversary of the commissioning of the U.S.S. South Dakota will be commemorated March 20, according to Capt. Dave Witte (Ret.) president of the U.S.S. South Dakota Battleship Memorial. The most decorated battleship of World War II, the U.S.S. South Dakota was officially put into service March 20, 1942, with Captain Thomas Gatch in command. The ship was the first of the heavy battleships known as the “South Dakota Class.” It served during WWII for four years, two months and 22 days in naval battles, which earned the ship 13 Battle Stars. It was falsely reported sunk three times by the Imperial Japanese Navy. It was referred to during most of the war as “Battleship X,” “Old Nameless” or “SoDak.” The battleship had 114 officers (including the late Sargent Shriver) and 2,240 enlisted men; 95 who were killed in action. She became the flagship for Admiral Chester Nimitz and participated in the Japanese surrender in Tokyo Bay, September 2, 1945, as part of the Third Fleet. After the war, the ship was eventually decommissioned and sold for scrap metal, but major pieces of the famed battleship were saved. The Sioux Falls Parks Department provided land in the Sherman Park Complex for a memorial completed in 1969 with the leadership of the Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce, Navy League and thousands of citizens donating to the non-profit corporation. The ship’s crew has held numerous reunions in Sioux Falls, the latest July 2011.
Church & Community
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Obituaries
Kenneth “Ken” Heeb_____________________________
Kenneth "Ken" Heeb, age 67 of Custer, formerly of Philip, died Monday, March 12, 2012, at the Custer Regional Hospital in Custer. Kenneth H. Heeb was born April 7, 1944, in Pierre, S.D., the son of David K. and Mary (Moss) Heeb. At the age of six weeks, his mother passed away, so Ken lived with various aunts and uncles until the age of seven, when his father married Helen. Ken attended Ottumwa rural school and Philip High School. While in high school, Ken was class president, Homecoming king, and very active in FFA, boxing and football. After graduating in 1963 from PHS, Ken enlisted in the United States Navy. While home on leave, he married Judy Ann Noteboom in Philip, on March 5, 1964. To this union were born two children, Slade and Kendra. Ken and Judy made their home in various places while Ken was in the Navy, including New London, Conn., Charleston, S.C., Newport News, Va., Spain and Germany. Ken was honorably discharged from the Navy on June 30, 1972, after nine years of service as a machinist mate on a submarine. After his military service, Ken and Judy and their children moved back to the Ottumwa area, where Ken worked with his father and brother on the farm. After two years, Ken began operating the Paul Stahl place, which he continued to operate for the next 24 years. In 1998, Ken and Judy moved into town where Ken worked for Mike Noteboom for nine months. He then took a job as an outside salesman for NAPA, which he had until 2005. In 2005, Ken and Judy moved to Custer where Ken built his own “dream” shop. Ken was very meticulous in his work, and took a lot of pride in it, showing it off in various craft shows in South Dakota, Wyoming and Nebraska. Ken enjoyed hunting with his family, both in the Black Hills as well as the prairie. He spent many years drag racing, and lately enjoyed bird watching. Although he loved all his hobbies, above all was his love for his wife, children, and grandchildren. He thoroughly cherished the time he spent watching his kids grow up, and now to see his grandchildren, and spend time with them. 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; eight grandchildren, Jordan, Kenny and Bruce Heeb, Ryan Staton, 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;
Robert C. Van Ouerkerk____________
U.S. Navy, stationed on a mine sweeper called the U.S.S. Spear AM-322. In his professional career, he worked at Cutler-Hammer in Milwaukee for 42 years as a Senior Electronic Technician. His job allowed him to do some extensive work-related travel-bringing him to every state in the Union except Maine. Robert always said he had a good and interesting life. In addition to his wife, Robert was preceded in death by his parents, Carroll and Susan; his siblings, Calvin, Norma, Flora, Marion and Ginny. Beloved dad to Gerald (Dora) Goetze, Robert Jr., Richard (Jane) and Pamela (Denny) Garstecki. Proud grandpa to Peter, Cory, Troy, Michael, Tara, Robby, Amanda, and Ricky. Dear greatgrandpa to six children. Loving brother to William “Bill” of Philip, S.D., Donald and Elaine. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. A memorial service was held Thursday, March 8.
South Dakota legislature encourages feds to keep Hot Springs VA open
by Elizabeth “Sam” Grosz Community News Service The House and Senate of the South Dakota legislature joined together recently in asking the federal government to consider keeping the Veterans Administration facility in Hot Springs open. The resolution finalized February 28 was in response to the proposal by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to close the VA Hospital, and revamp the VA Black Hills Health Care System. “The proposed changes would result in the closure of the Hot Springs VA Domiciliary and inpatient hospital and nursing home services,” said the resolution, “with services to be moved to Rapid City and Fort Meade in Sturgis or served on a contractual basis by other private facilities in the area, leaving Hot Springs with only a VA outpatient clinic.” The closure is expected to have an adverse impact on the community of Hot Springs and the surrounding area. It is estimated, according to the resolution, that the current 1,062 employees will be reduced to 325 over the next eight years, negatively impacting the city’s employment and housing market, as well as its overall economy. Senator Jim Bradford, D-Pine Ridge, noted during the Senate consideration February 28 that the medical care from the VA at Hot Springs is especially important to Native American veterans, as well as to the economy of Hot Springs.
his stepmother, Helen Heeb; a brother, Lee Heeb; and a sister, Edna Harris. Services were held Thursday, March 15, at the American Legion Hall in Philip, with Pastor Ray Greenseth officiating. Ushers were Dave Konst and Mike Williams. Pallbearers were Larry Neiderworder, Ron Millage, Lawrence Schofield, Robert Reedy, Vince Schofield and Tom Schofield. Interment with military honors by the American Legion Post #173 of Philip, was at the Masonic Cemetery in Philip. In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established. Arrangements were with the Rush Funeral Home of Philip. His online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Robert C. Van Ourkerk, Menomonee Falls, Wisc., passed away on Tuesday, February 28, 2012, at the age of 90 years. He was born on August 3, 1921 and on April 4, 1942, he married Charlotte Goetze. They enjoyed 67 years of marriage until she passed away on March 7, 2010. Robert was a member of the Shriners as well as the Free and Accepted Masons. He also served his country in World War II in the
Obamacare: broken promises continue to hurt South Dakotans
by Senator John Thune In March of 2010, then-Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi infamously stated, “We have to pass the bill so you can find out what is in it” regarding President Obama’s signature piece of legislation. Two years later, America is indeed finding out what was in that controversial bill and the picture is not pretty. Friday, March 23, will mark the two-year anniversary of Obamacare, and Americans are left with an array of broken promises. Rather than decreasing health insurance costs for Americans, premiums have continued to increase since Obamacare was signed into law. In 2008, then-candidate Obama said that his plan would, “lower your premiums by $2,500 per family per year.” However, a Kaiser Family Foundation survey said that between 2010 and 2011, family coverage premiums increased by nine percent. Not only are Americans faced with higher health premiums, they will be faced with $525 billion in taxes, fees and penalties by 2019, as a result of Obamacare. In this weak economy, the last thing people need is to be paying more of their money to the federal government. When pushing for the controversial legislation, the president also promised Americans that, “If you like your health care plan, you will be able to keep your health care plan.” Unfortunately, this too is another broken promise. According to the Congressional Budget Office, four million fewer Americans will have employer-based coverage as a result of Obamacare and this figure is expected to rise dramatically once all provisions are enacted. Additionally, South Dakota retirees will also lose drug coverage, thanks to the new law. The Medicare Trustee’s report from August of 2010 estimated that nearly 7.5 million retirees nationally stand to lose drug coverage. Lastly, President Obama promised Americans, “I will not sign a (health care) plan that adds one dime to our deficits, either now or in the future.” However, when budgetary gimmicks included in Obamacare are eliminated, the president’s plan actually increases the deficit by hundreds of billions in its first 10 years alone. In a recent report by CBO, the cost of Obamacare will nearly double from the administration’s own projection of $900 billion over 10 years to $1.8 trillion over the same time frame. Two years after Obamacare was signed into law, Americans understand what was contained in the legislation and the broken promises they were told. Rather than continue implementing this deeply flawed law, Congress should work to repeal it and replace it with common-sense reforms that actually lower costs and preserve the high quality of care we currently enjoy. I look forward to the Supreme Court’s upcoming case at the end of March that will evaluate the constitutionality of various aspects of the controversial health care law.
Rita M. Byerly________________________________
Rita was united in marriage to Brent Byerly on January 19, 1994, in Deadwood. They made their home in Wall all their married life. In November 1994, Rita had a severe stroke, and she spent 42 days in rehab. After her recovery, she overcame a lot of disabilities, and worked for Terry Peters at the Best Western, made pizzas for the Badlands Bar, and substitute taught for the Wall School. During this time, she acquired two dogs that were her companions, and walking partners, that assisted in her recovery, Pepper and Griffey. Rita was a giving person, and continued helping and volunteering for various organizations and people, including teaching Safe Environment at the church, baking cakes for anniversaries, and making chicken noodle soup for various people in the area. On January 11, 2012, Rita learned of her cancer during a routine surgery. Although her time on here was too brief, she touched a lot of lives and will be missed by many. Rita enjoyed spending time and keeping in contact with her children and grandchildren, as well as her mother, brother and sister-inlaw. She also had a special place in her heart for her uncles and aunts in Wisconsin. Grateful for having shared her life include husband, Brent Byerly of Wall; two sons, Orlan Lyle and his wife, Christie, and Carl Lyle and his wife, Laura, all of Houston, Texas; two granddaughters, Kaitlyn Akes and Kalie Lyle; her mother, Olga Edseth of Mt. Horeb, Wis.; one brother, Verlyn Edseth and his wife, June, of Mt. Horeb; two sisters, Carol Hoeritz and her husband, Leroy, of Stoughton, Wis., and Marilyn Collins of Viola, Wis.; many nieces, nephews, uncles and aunts; and a host of other relatives and friends. Rita was preceded in death by her father, Earl Edseth. Mass of Christian burial was celebrated Tuesday, March 20, at the St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Wall, with Father Leo Hausmann as celebrant. Interment will take place at German Valley Cemetery in Mt. Horeb, Wis., at a later date. A memorial has been established for end of life care at the Hans P. Peterson Memorial Hospital. Arrangements were with the Rush Funeral Chapel of Wall. Her online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
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Loretta G. Jones__
Loretta G. Jones, 87, of Billings, Mont., left us to be with our dad, Reno Jones, early Monday morning, March 12, 2012. Loretta was born on November 5, 1924, in Midland, S.D., the daughter of John and Tena Sheeley. After her marriage to Reno on August 10, 1944, they moved to Billings in 1950, to Townsend in 1989, and then returned to Billings in 1994. She worked as a waitress at the Skyline Club and the Spur while raising a family. She loved watching her grandchildren and great-grandchildren grow. Mothers are special people and she was ours. Survivor include three sons, James and Marcia Jones of Helena, Terry and Linda Jones of Billings, and Dale and Brenda Jones of Helena; two daughters, Melody Tanner of Billings and Cindy and Shane Oberg of Huntley; 15 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and husband. A memorial service was held Friday, March 16, at the Smith Downtown Chapel in Billings.
Rita M. Byerly, age 61 of Wall, died Friday, March 16, 2012, at the Hans P. Peterson Memorial Hospital in Philip. Rita M. Edseth was born March 7, 1951, in Mt. Horeb, Wis., the daughter of Earl and Olga (Halverson) Edseth. She grew up and received her education in Mt. Horeb, graduating from Mt. Horeb High School in 1969. She then attended the Univeristy of Wisconsin in Madison, where she studied nuclear physics and worked part-time at Fermilab. She later attended South Dakota School of Mines in Rapid City where she continued her education. Later, she worked for the Pennington County Sheriff’s Department as a jailor and various other duties. In 1984, she and her then husband, Larry Lyle, moved to Wall, where she worked for various places, including Wall Drug. She also spent eight years as a volunteer on the Wall Ambulance Service.
SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH Philip – 859-2664 – sacred@gwtc.net Fr. Kevin Achbach Saturdays: Confession from 3 to 4 p.m. Saturday Mass: 5:00 p.m. Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. (August) Tues-Wed-Fri. Mass: 8:30 a.m. Thurs. Mass: 10:30 a.m. at Philip Nursing Home ****** ST. WILLIAM CATHOLIC CHURCH Midland – 859-2664 or 843-2544 Fr. Kevin Achbach Saturday Mass: 7:00 p.m. (Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct., Dec.) Sun day Mass: 11:00 a.m. (Jan., Mar., May, July, Sept., Nov.) Confession: Before Mass ****** ST. MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH Milesville – 859-2664 Fr. Kevin Achbach Sunday Mass: 11:00 a.m. (Feb-April-June-Oct-Dec) Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. (August) Saturday Mass: 7:30 p.m. (Jan-March-May-July-Sept-Nov) Confession: Before Mass Monday Release Time: 2:15 p.m. ****** FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Frezil Westerlund 859-2336 • Philip E-MAIL: prfrezil@gmail.com SUNDAY WORSHIP: 8:30 a.m. Lenten Services: Wed. @ 5:30 p.m. 1st Sunday: Coffee & Rolls after worship W.O.W.: 2nd Wed., Bible Study, 2:00 & 7:00 p.m. (ex. July & Aug) ******
TRINITY LUTHERAN Pastor Frezil Westerlund Midland – 843-2538 SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:30 a.m. Ruth Circle: 3rd Tues. at 2 p.m. Nowlin Circle: Last Wed. at 9 a.m. Rebecca Circle: Last Wed. at 7 p.m. (Nov. thru Feb.); 6:30 p.m. (Mar. - Oct.) ****** DEEP CREEK LUTHERAN Moenville – 843-2538 Pastor Frezil Westerlund SUNDAY WORSHIP: 1:30 p.m. (CT) ALCW: 3rd Thursday, 1:30 p.m. ****** OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN Long Valley Pastor Frezil Westerlund Saturday Evening: 5:00 p.m. ****** DOWLING COMMUNITY CHURCH Every Sunday in July Services at 10:00 a.m. followed by potluck dinner CONCORDIA LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Art Weitschat Kadoka – 837-2390 SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:00 a.m. ****** OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH, Philip (605) 669-2406 • Murdo Pastor Ray Greenseth Sunday Worship Services: 1:00 p.m. ****** OPEN BIBLE CHURCH • MIDLAND Pastor Andy Blye 843-2143 • facebook.com/midlandobc Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Worship Service: 10:30 a.m. Bible Study: Wed. at 7:30 p.m. Women’s Ministries: 2nd Thurs., 1:30
ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN CHURCH 10 miles SE of Midland • Pastor Glenn Denke • 462-6169 Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m. (CT) Sunday School: 10 a.m. CT Sunday Bible Study: 10 a.m. ****** PHILIP COMMUNITY EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip – 859-2841 Sunday School – 9:15 a.m. Sunday Services – 10:30 a.m. Last Sunday of the month – potluck dinner following church services Last Monday of the month – Evangelical Ladies Service/Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Wed. Night Prayer & Bible Study: 7 p.m. Everyone Welcome!! ****** HARDINGROVE COMMUNITY EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip 859-2841 • garyaw@aol.com Worship Service: 8:00 a.m. • Children's Church: 8:30 a.m. Ladies’ Aid - 2nd Thurs. at 7:00 p.m. Bible Study & Prayer, Mondays at 7 p.m. ****** UNITED CHURCH OF PHILIP Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310 Home: 859-2192 • E-mail: chez@gwtc.net Sunday Worship: 9:00 a.m. UCW meets 2nd Friday at 9:30 a.m. ****** FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF INTERIOR Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310 E-mail: chez@gwtc.net Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m.
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TRUE LIBERTY
by Cornelius R. Stam
As true Americans celebrate their liberty, true Christians should rejoice in the even greater liberty which they have in Christ. Our Lord said: "Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free" and "If the Son, therefore, shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed" (John 8:32,36). Likewise St. Paul declares that believers in Christ have been made "free from sin" and have become "servants to God," who deals with us in grace (Rom. 6:22). It is strange that so many sincere religious people actually wish to be in bondage to the Mosaic Law, which can only judge and condemn them for their sins. Peter called the law: "a yoke... which neither our fathers nor we were able to bear" (Acts 15:10). Paul called it "the handwriting of decrees, that was against us, which was contrary to us" (Col. 2:14). He called it "the ministration of death" and "the ministration of condemnation" (II Cor. 3:7,9). He challenged those who "desired" to be under the law: "Tell me, ye that desire to be under the law, do ye not hear the law?" (Gal. 4:21). "For as many as are of the works of the law are under the curse; for it is written. Cursed is every one that continueth not in all things which are written in the book of the law, to do them" (Gal. 3:10). Thank God, "Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us" (Gal. 3:13). Man always responds better to grace than to law. The law was "added because of transgressions" (Gal. 3:19). "By the law is the knowledge of sin" (Rom. 3:20). But Christ died for our sins and now true believers serve God from gratitude and love. Hence Rom. 6:14 says: "Sin shall not have dominion over you, for ye are not under the law but under grace." Since Christ has redeemed us from the law (Gal. 4:5) God says to every true believer: "Stand fast, therefore, in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage" (Gal. 5:1).
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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AAU wrestling onward to state tourney
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Kadoka Nursing Home Association, Inc. gets $129,000 from USDA Rural Development
Ground breaking ceremony ... Work has begun on updating the Kadoka Nursing Home with a fire sprinkler system and fulfilling Americans with Disabilities Act requirements. Shown, back row, from left: Betty VanderMay – past Kadoka Nursing Home Association board member and resident, Tommy Terkildsen – board member, Marlene Knutsen Philip AAU wrestlers ... Out of 26 local young athletes competing at regions, 16 qualified by finishing in the top – Central South Dakota Enhancement District, Josephine Letellier – board member, Jesse Ewing – staff member for Senthree places in their categories to advance to state competition. The state AAU wrestling tournament will be in Aberdeen, ator John Thune, Linda Stillwell – board member, Elsie M. Meeks – Rural Development state director, Ruby Sanftner – Saturday and Sunday, March 24-25. Shown, back row from left: coach Brad Heltzel, Nick Donnelly, Kaylor Pinney, Keanursing home chief operating officer, Tim Potts – Rural Development area director, Kent Olson – Philip Health Services gan Fitch, Jed Brown and coach J.R. Snyder. Second row: Hunter Peterson, Cody Donnelly, Reece Heltzel, Pedro Dennis, administrator, and Dick Graft – lead contractor. Front: Tommy Terkildsen – board member, Harry Weller – mayor of Bosten Morehart and Cash Wilson. Front: Lincoln Koehn, Eastan West, McCoy Peterson, Ryker Peterson and Jesse HosKadoka, Guy Reman – superintendent for Complete Contracting, Jim Bradford – South Dakota state senator, and Charles tutler. Not pictured: Stratton Morehart and Colby Fitch. Photo by Del Bartels VanderMay – board member. Courtesy photos The United States Department handicap accessible restroom, and of Agriculture’s Rural Development sidewalks do not meet ADA handihas awarded $129,000 to the cap requirements. A new fire proKadoka Nursing Home Associa- tection sprinkler system will be installed throughout the facility, tion, Inc. These elemenElementary Students of the Funds will be used toward the the existing public restroom will be tary students installation of a new fire sprinkler remodeled to meet current ADA are Super ScotMonth for February system, a handicap accessible rest- handicap requirements for access, ties for Februroom, and sidewalks that meet the size and plumbing fixtures, and apary 2012. They Americans with Disabilities Act. proximately 380 linear feet of four have earned USDA Rural Development pro- feet wide sidewalk will be replaced the distinction vided a community facility loan of with five feet wide sidewalk. through differ“We are very excited about this $53,500 and a grant of $75,500 to ent individual be leveraged with an applicant con- project, it could not have been comdisplays of tribution of $20,000 and a Commu- pleted without the support of good character. nity Development Block Grant of USDA Rural Development, ComEach teacher $145,000; for a total project cost of munity Development Block Grant, selects at least city of Kadoka and the community $294,000. one of their The ground breaking ceremony of Kadoka,” said Ruby Sanftner, students at the chief operating officer for the was held March 15. end of each Luke Ferguson Denessa Heltzel Sawyer Smith “Upgrades to the facility will Kadoka Nursing Home Associamonth. Kindergarten 1st Grade 2nd Grade bring them into compliance with tion, Inc. USDA Rural Development prothe ADA. In this case, federal funding will help provide the residents grams include funding for day care of Kadoka Nursing Home with centers, fire trucks and other comgreater safety and security,” said munity facility projects; the purMaking and eating dirt cups Elsie M. Meeks, South Dakota chase, construction or repair of ... Jennifer Jones, Haakon County state director USDA Rural Devel- homes; loans and guarantees to Conservation District manager, and rural businesses to save or create opment. Lori Quinn, present as a master gardThere is no fire protection sprin- jobs and renewable energy; and ner, supervised a class project with kler system in any portions of the loans and grants for water and the Philip second graders, March 5. existing building, no public ADA sewer utility projects. An oral book reading of “Stuck in the Mud” was held in the outdoor classKiarra Moses Alec Schofield Alexandra Iwan Kaitlyn Fosheim room. Then the students created dirt 3rd Grade 4th Grade 6th Grade 5th Grade cups to eat. The cups were made of chocolate pudding with crushed Oreos as the “dirt,” then pretzel trees and gummyworms were added. Shown above, from left, are: Eathan View and download Martin, Katie Butler, Reghan Bull Sale Production Bloomquist, Jenna Engbarth, Jones, Copper Lurz and Brin Heltzel. Shown Sale Books at: at right is Alec Crowser with her dirt www.RPIpromotions.com cup ready to eat. Courtesy photos
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Monday Nite Mixed Shad’s Towing...........................35-17 Rockers......................................31-21 Groven Chemical ......................27-25 Dakota Bar................................26-26 Badland’s Auto..........................25-27 Handrahan Const .....................12-40 Highlights: Le’Anna Buxcel ..2-7-8 split; 220/503 Harvey Byrd..........................163/427 Vickie Petersen .....................200/553 Lacey Clements............................157 Jason Petersen .............................210 Trina Brown ..........................173/503 Andrew Reckling.......2-5-7 split; 204 Marlis Reckling............................187 Marsha Sumpter ........9-10 split; 179 Clyde Schlim.........................2-7 split Jerry Mooney......................3-10 split Wednesday Morning Coffee All Star Auto .............................38-14 Jolly Ranchers ....................31.5-20.5 Cutting Edge Salon ............30.5-21.5 Invisibles .............................28.5-23.5 State Farm Ins..........................24-28 Ghost Team...........................3.5-48.5 Highlights: Karen Foland ........................194/532 Debbie Gartner....3-10 split; 168/459 Deanna Fees ..........2-7 split; 169/454 Kay Kroetch ............4-5 & 5-10 splits Wednesday Nite Early Dorothy’s Catering .............32.5-15.5 99 Pins.......................................28-20 Morrison’s Haying ....................26-22 Wall Food Center......................26-22 Chiefie’s Chicks ..................23.5-24.5 Dakota Bar................................19-29 First National Bank .................19-29 Just Tammy’s............................18-30 Highlights: Heather Nelson .....................180/506 Emily Schofield .....................153/426 Georgia Moos .........5-7 split; 190/511 Amy Morrison....................3-10 split; .....................................189 clean/488 Lindsey Hildebrand ..............176/490 Cristi Ferguson ............................473 Kathy Arthur ...............................472 Val Schulz ....................................171 Katelyn Enders.......5-8 & 5-10 splits Annette Hand .......................5-7 split Thursday Nite Men’s WEE BADD...............................24-16 A&M Laundry...........................23-17 O’Connell Const ........................22-18 McDonnell Farms ...............20.5-19.5 Coyle’s SuperValu.....................20-20 West River Pioneer Tanks .18.5-21.5 Dakota Bar................................17-23 The Steakhouse ........................15-25 Highlights: Jay McDonnell ..............202, 213/588 Dane Hellekson.....................200/505 Neal Petersen..................200 x 2/541 Randy Boyd ...........................244/564 Jason Petersen ...226, 222, 212 clean ...................................................../660 Wendell Buxcel............211 clean/576 Don Weller ............................211/565 Jan Bielmaier........................202/569 Alvin Pearson...............................568 Matt Schofield ............3-10 split; 559 Matt Griffin...........................203/551 Jack Heinz ................5-7 & 3-10 split Bart Ramsey.........................5-7 split Harlan Moos .......................5-10 split Ronnie Williams ...................2-7 split Dean Schulz........................3-10 split Nathan Kjerstad.................3-10 split Dane Nelson .......................3-10 split Friday Nite Mixed Roy’s Amigos .............................35-17 King Pins...................................32-20 Cristi’s Crew .......................29.5-22.5 Rowdy Rollers .....................27.5-24.5 Rusty Spurs ..............................26-26 Hart to Hart..............................25-27 Randy’s Spray Service..............24-28 Ghost Team.................................9-19 Highlights: Randy Boyd ...................231, 209/614 Duane Hand ..........................258/613 John Heltzel 216, 213, 193 clean/622 Skyler Patterson ..........................205 Sam Sauer ....................................403 Alvin Pearson................206, 213/582 Brian Pearson .......................203/547 Andrew Reckling...................207/604 Annette Hand ......5-7-9 & 5-10 splits
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to compete in the Mile High Basketball Tournament. The Philip Wildfire team won three games to finish in first place. Their first game was against Hill City, which ended Philip Wildfire - 13, Hill City - 6. The second game was against Spearfish, ending Philip Wildfire - 24, Spearfish - 5. The championship game was against Lead, with Philip winning 26 - 3. “Our girls have improved so much over this tournament season and really have the drive to do better each game,” Weekly Special: said coach Tayta West. Shown, back row, from left: coach Paulette Ramsey, Kaitlyn Fosheim, Samantha Fillingim, Cylver Lurz, Morgan Cantrell and West. Swiss Mushroom Burger Front: Josie Rush, Jewel Jones and Cappie West. Courtesy photo
Philip Wildfire takes first place ... On Saturday, March 10, the fifth grade girls’ basketball team traveled to Lead
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Of Interest to Veterans
– The National Anthem –
by Norris Preston past national vice-commander the American Legion On March 3, our community and country celebrated a unique birthday. “The Star Spangled Banner” became our national anthem on March 3, 1931, when President Herbert Hoover signed Public Law 823. The American Legion believes that many millions of Americans cherish and respect the currently accepted version, both words and music, of “The Star Spangled Banner,” such version being the service version prepared in 1918 by the War Department for use in Army and Navy song books. However, we have all heard versions of the national anthem sung with disrespect or “artistic interpretation.” Most sporting and public events begin with the singing or playing of the national anthem as a reaffirmation of patriotism and love of country. It is the hope of the American Legion that, as we commemorate the origin and meaning of the singing of our national anthem, that its reverence will be respected by all who donate their talent in leading us at public events in singing “The Star Spangled Banner.” The American Legion has called for establishment of a national day of observance of “The Star Spangled Banner.” One little known fact: in the fourth stanza of the poem which became the words to “The Star Spangled Banner,” Francis Scott Key urged the adoption of “In God is our Trust” as the national motto. The United States adopted the motto, “In God We Trust” by law in 1956. The American Legion urges radio and television networks and stations to desist from pre-empting with commercial advertisements the singing and playing of our national anthem and the raising and lowering of our flag.
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Philip track season begins
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Midland Drama Club comedy
(continued on front) isn’t. But, he cannot get away from being a deli owner, even though his roast beef sandwiches could end the play. Joe Woitte portrays the office manager and bookkeeper for Sinkey’s character. He is a perfect “angry, sadistic man who signs your paycheck.” He demands to see the computer code, the presentation demo and the head investor. For being so bossy, he sure has a lot of stuff going on behind his back. Brenda Jensen portrays Wanda, a “chain-smoking coffee-addict.” She originally states, “I’m going to go light one up before Dr. Snobby gets here, then I’m quitting!” But later her evil twin relishes the idea of killing Alice, and Sarah, and her boss and .... She is competent when it comes to demos, and quickly catches on to the exquisite art of blackmail. Jensen also is the director of this Midland Drama Club production. Marlene Hawes acts the part of the Texan investor’s wife. She demandingly targets the professor who says, “I have only five minutes” to which she excitedly states, “Believe me, it won’t take long; Texas is such a lonely place.” Yet it is not a contradiction when she tells her husband, “You’re always dreaming about fast-moving women and barbecuing.” Actress Rayma Reimann plays the nosy and oh-so-wrong janitor who is a “bungler with a broom.” She is always in the background and listens in on everything, regretfully getting everything wrong. “That’s what I was expecting, more like a soap opera around her.” Jamie Reimann is the backstage manager.
Burn Sarah, burn! ... First the Midland Drama Club kills off the computer progam named Alice, and now the discs that make up Sarah are going to have a major meltdown. From left: Jamie Dolezal is pregnant and her father is going to kill her, but did someone just say her unborn child is also Alice? Mathew Jones rests awhile after his wife’s energy and the roast beef have taken it all out of him. Audrey Jones doesn’t care about Sarah, but did someone just say her unborn child’s name is Alice? Dennis Sinkey has lied so many times that right now he might think that his unborn child is Alice. Brenda Jensen’s evil twin is about to melt everyone’s last change to stay employed. John Dolezal is the father to Sarah, to Alice, and to a different Alice, or was it Allen? Whatever you do, don’t ask the janitor. See the comedy and figure it out.
Only one more high school track season left for seniors ... There
are 11 seniors on the 2012 Philip Scotties’ track team. They are, back row, from left: Sam Haigh, Marcus Martinez, Kyle Schulz and Dakota Bauman. Middle row: Jade Konst, Kelvin Ferguson and Josie Guptill. Front: LaRae Van Tassel, Audra Antonsen and Misty Johnson. Not pictured is William Coyle. Peyton Kuchenbecker, Cheyenne Pinney, Sammie Schofield, Elise Wheeler, Ashley Williams, Damian Bartels, Riley Heltzel, Coy Kramer, Nate Kreft and Cooper West. The assistant coaches are Ralph Kroetch, Kali Leitheiser, Scott Pinney, Jerry Rhodes and Pat Guptill. Season schedule Saturday, March 24 – Douglas Friday, March 30 – Winner Tuesday, April 10 – Kadoka Saturday, April 14 – Belle Fourche Tuesday, April 17 – Kadoka Friday, April 20 – Kadoka Saturday, April 21 – Chamberlain Tuesday, April 24 – Kadoka Thursday, April 26 – Presho Friday, April 27, junior high – Lemmon Saturday, April 28, junior high – Kadoka Saturday, April 28 – Sturgis Saturday, May 5 – Lead Friday, May 11 – Western Great Plains Conference, varsity and junior high, Kadoka Thursday, May 17 – regions, Kadoka Friday and Saturday, May 2526 – state, Rapid City.
Kadoka Nursing Home Association prime rib and auction fundraiser
The 2012 track season for Philip’s high school and junior high students began Monday, March 5. Only the boys’s coming off of the basketball season play-offs got a week’s down time. All participants were suited up Monday, March 12, for stretches, general conditioning and specific event training. Head coach Tom Parquet said that of the 48 athletes, 22 are boys and 26 are girls. Eleven are seniors: Audra Antonsen, Josie Guptill, Misty Johnson, LaRae Van Tassel, Dakota Bauman, William Coyle, Kelvin Feruson, Sam Haigh, Jade Konst and Kyle Schulz. Juniors: Ariana Arampatzis, Holly Iwan, Sam Johnson, Rachel Kochersberger and Quade Slovek. Sophomores: Jordyn Dekker, Kaci Olivier, Allison Pekron, Gavin Brucklacher and Seth Haigh. Freshmen: Brett Carley, Tyana Gottsleben, Katie Haigh, Katlin Knutson, Paul Guptill, Nelson Holman, Blake Martinez and Austin Pinney. Eighth graders: Ellie Coyle, Tyshia Ferguson, Destannie Noteboom, Keegan Burnett, Grady Carley, Jace Giannonatti and Garrett Snook. Seventh graders: Molly Coyle, Tia Guptill, Jaslyn Konst,
John Dolezal, right, have gotten just what they want, and deserve, out of Audrey Jones and Dennis Sinkey. Just don’t ask anyone, especially the janitor, who is pregnant by whom, or who killed Alice or who Tex-Mex-Mel is. Figure it out in the Midland Drama Club’s play production.
Wow, blackmail really does work! ... Actors Jamie Dolezal, left, and
Dining in style ... The fourth annual Kadoka Nursing Home Association prime rib supper and auction fundraiser was held Saturday, March 17, at the Kadoka City Auditorium. Following two hours of public viewing of the extravagantly decorated tables, food preparation was completed for a 6:00 p.m. dinner. At 7:00 p.m. the entertainment began, followed by the auction of donated items. Funds raised will go toward the remodeling and upgrading of the Kadaka Nursing Home. Above is the table set by Lyndy Ireland. Joining her were Kent Olson, Sheila Olson, Hal Ireland, Edee Ireland, Shorty Ireland and Kenny Ireland. Below is the table set by Trudy Klopper. Her guests were Linda Smith, Pam Ingram, Lola Roseth, Mark Buchholz, Lori Baker, Jerry Ingram and Don Burns. Photos by Robyn Jones
by Ronda Dennis The Kadoka Nursing Home’s fourth annual prime rib fundraiser was a huge success. Twenty-one elegant tables seating 168 people. The prime rib, cooked by Gene and Dale Christensen, was served by members of the Kadoka Rodeo Club and the gymnastics team. Entertainment was done by Kadoka area’s Dick Stolley, Don Oyan, Maurice Handcock and Jim Kujawa. Another group, consisting of Carl Bauman, John Kaiser, Boyd
Porch and Casey Bauman, also provided some musical numbers. The auction raised $5,200. Some of the top donated items included a buffalo picture in a pine frame, a cedar bench which was made by Frankie Bauman, a mirror, Orville Sandall’s wooden rocker, a brunch at the Triangle Bed and Breakfast and branding pies. The prime rib dinner brought in $8,400 and an additional $1,620 in donations were contributed.
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BB gun raffle ... The Milesville Musketeers 4-H Shooting Sports Club held the drawing for a Daisy 499 BB gun, donated in memory of Delia Harty, at intermission of the Sunday performance of the Milesville play, February 26. The winner of the BB gun was Martin Nelson. The proceeds of the raffle help fund club expenses and activities, such as rent for the Milesville Hall, guns, ammunition, targets, repairs and match shoot entry fees and state shoot entry fees. Any youth age 8-18 may participate for little out-of-pocket expense because of these raffles. For more information, contact Jim Harty or the Haakon County Extension office. Shown, back row, from left: club leader Jim Harty, Brock Hanson, Bailey Anders, Anna Piroutek and Brice Hanson. Front: honorary ticket drawer Molly Harty, Taylor Hanson and John Piroutek. Courtesy photo
Golf Season is Approaching
Clubhouse opens April 1st!
Membership Information Type 2012 First Time Member Family $500 $400 Single $400 $320 Young Adult $175 $140 Student $150 $120 Out-of-Town: Single: $200 • Couple: $250 League Dues: $80 (GHIN handicap card included) Early dues are appreciated. *Year-Round Shed Rental* Gas: $115; Electric: $130 Dues must be paid for by June 15, or a $25 late fee will be added to your membership. Membership dues can be mailed to:
Lake Waggoner Golf Course P.O. Box 518, Philip, SD 57567
It’s A G I R L
Madisyn Annleeh Rhodes
daughter of Brady & Jennifer Rhodes, Spearfish
Born: December 8, 2011 6 lbs., 14 oz. • 20” long
It’s A Boy!
Joey Michael Rhodes
Son of Jerry & Lexie Rhodes, Oacoma, SD Born: October 31, 2011 • 7 lbs., 2 oz. • 20” long
Big Brother: Jaxon Maternal Grandparents: Mike & Hallie Albrecht, Philip, SD Paternal Grandparents: Jerry & Patti Rhodes, Philip, SD Maternal Great-Grandparents: Tyrone & Elvera Moos, Philip, SD; Lee & Verda Albrecht, Hillsboro, KS Paternal GreatGrandparents: The late Les & Mary Ankrum & the late Glen & Olga Rhodes
Maternal Grandparents: Warren & Cheryl Harlan, Rose, NE Paternal Grandparents:
Jerry & Patti Rhodes, Philip, SD
Maternal Great-Grandparents:
(The late Elmer) & Irene Harlan, Bassett, NE The late Morris & Dorothy Freeman
Paternal Great-Grandparents:
The late Lester & Mary Ankrum The late Glen & Olga Rhodes
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