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A Publication of Ravellette Publications, Inc., Philip, South Dakota 57567. The Official Newspaper of Haakon County, South Dakota. Copyright 1981.
Graduation Class 2012 Best kindergarten graduation gift – Daddy Complaints over city’s recycling dumpsters
The Pioneer Review office will be closed Monday, May 28, in observance of Memorial Day. Have a safe weekend.
The Philip City Finance Office received a complaint Monday, May 14, concerning the recycling dumpsters on the east end of Oak Street. Dumpster lids were open. Trash was blowing into the neighboring yards around the recycling fence and in the ditch behind the dumpsters. Though the recycling dumpsters are regulated through the city’s residential garbage collection contract, a portion of the problem is people are not using the bins properly. Old garbage cans, pallets, household garbage, old motor oil and other items are being dumped there. The dumpsters are supposed to be emptied on a regular basis, according to the solid waste disposal contract the city has with Heartland Waste Management. The bins should be emptied at least once every two weeks or at a minimum of once per month as required or as necessary. If any non-recyclable materials are in the dumpsters, the entire load of material will be rejected by places that normally accept such loads. This incident is not the first time the city has had problems with the recycling dumpsters. The most recent problems began last fall and have continued through the first part of 2012. Deputy Finance Officer Brittany Smith has visits with Toby and Kent Mauck, owners of Heartland Waste Management and their garbage truck employees on a regular basis. According to Smith, Heartland has stated it is not able to recycle the items because the Rapid City Recycling Center has been too full. In turn, Heartland has hired Waste Connections, Rapid City and Wall, to take care of the recyclables with an agreement that they would be emptied every two weeks. Unfortunately, this has not always been the case, especially with the newspaper recycling dumpsters. One option being looked into is to put locks on the lids of the dumpsters. The lids have access holes that would have to suffice for any recyclable materials to fit if locks are installed. The situation would be less of a problem if people would close the lids and use the straps available to secure the lids. People should not use the recycle dumpsters for non-recyclable materials. Only newspaper and cardboard are allowed in the recycling dumpsters. The Community Betterment Committee also has a container for the collection of aluminum cans.
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Number 40 Volume 106 May 24, 2012
The Philip High School baccalaureate and graduation were Sunday, May 20. Shown is Jade Konst while giving his grandfather, Rick Wilmarth, the traditional flower and exchanging congratualations. See more photos on page seven. Photos by Del Bartels
Tollefson to speak at Belvidere’s Memorial Day program, May 28
The Pederson-Stoddard Post #144 American Legion’s Memorial Day observance, will be held in Belvidere, Monday, May 28, 2012. The Ellsworth Air Force Base firing squad and color guard will be at the Belvidere Cemetery at 9:30 a.m. The program, headed up by former Belvidere resident now hailing from the Philip area, will follow at the Belvidere Fellowship Hall at 10:00 a.m. This year’s master of ceremonies will be Gay (Klima) Tollefson and the other speakers will be Lenny and Ruby Sanftner. Following the program, there will be a free catered soup and sandwich lunch. Ladies from the community will be providing desserts. Please join us at the Belvidere post to honor our veterans. Everyone is welcome to attend. Kadoka will not be holding a program this year. Army National Guard Sergeant Kelly Bouman is in the 1-189th aviation medivac unit, which was originally deployed June 1 to Iraq in support of Operation New Dawn. After the drawdown, he was then stationed in Kuwait. Bouman arrived back home in Philip to surprise his daughter, Xylina, at her kindergarten graduation, May 21. Photo by Del Bartels
Local board hosts ASBSD director
by Del Bartels Members of the Haakon School District and the Wall School District boards of education met in Philip, Wednesday, May 16, to discuss finances, politics and other concerns. Wade Pogany, executive director of the Associated School Boards of South Dakota, headed the informational meeting. “My goal is to get a discussion going among board members; info gathering on thinking by board members and thinking out west here,” said Pogany. The ASBSD is putting its influence in support of the upcoming Initiated Measure 15, which would increase state general sales and use taxes for additional kindergarten through 12 public education and Medicaid funding. “As property tax keeps moving, at some point people say “No more,”said Pogany. “It’s creating an inequity issue – have and have nots – a real disparity. An opt-out is easier said than done. Would you rather have property taxes increase and spread over the state, or have a sales tax increase?” Mark Nelson, Haakon School District board member, said he had been talked to by local taxpayers. If a sales tax goes through, then will an opt-out also be asked for?” Pogany estimated that the amount of funds from Measure 15 would be approximately $700 per enrolled student. “You are trying to keep the cuts as minimal as possible, trying to do everything you can not to hurt the children. What could you do with $700 per kid; not a wish list but a have to? Right now we are in survival mode. The schools in the state are so far in the hole we can’t do things that are needed by the students,” said Pogany. Pogany said that the funds from Measure 15 have no strings attached. The measure does not affect higher education, just kindergarten through 12th grade. It does have Medicaid on board; pooled together, to work together to leverage together for a shared need. Vonda Hamill, Haakon School
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ASBSD giving out information and getting feedback. Shown are, from left: Jake Fitzgerald – Haakon school board member-elect, Mark Nelson – Haakon school board, Caroline Anderson – Wall school board, Todd Trask – Wall school board, Dennis Rieckman – Wall superintendent, and ASBSD Executive Director Wade Pogany. Others in attendance were Anita Peterson, Vonda Hamill, Scott Brech and Superintendent Keven Morehart, all from the Haakon School District. District board member, said, “People really need to know this is not like the gambling money. It will come to the schools.” Anita Peterson, Haakon School District board member, said, “Some people are saying this is helping the legislators out. They don’t have to raise taxes, the vote will.” Peterson is on the 18-member board of directors of the ASBSD. “I know this will help balance us out,” said Dennis Rieckman, Wall superintendent. “It’s been cut, cut, cut. We’ve never been able to look to the future with money.” Pogany agreed, “Many school districts said at least the first two years would be needed to get them out of the hole.” Hamill said, “I agree, a lot of the mentality is the state has to provide for an adequate education. That depends on what you think is adequate.” Nelson said, “A lot of our younger teachers with no real ties to the community get three or four years experience, then move to a different state that pays a lot more.” The ASBSD addresses other legislative issues. Todd Trask, Wall School District board member, wants the ASBSD to back legislation that goes for “local control, with some teeth in it.” Trask would like school and public lands money to stay in the county where the land is. He would like Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) funds – federal payments to local governments that help offset losses in property taxes due to nontaxable federal lands within their boundaries) that goes to counties to be split some way with schools. Pogany said, “But then you’re taking from other entities. That would be a hard hill to die on in a battle with county commissioners.” Nelson said, “Some people like the merit pay, but that puts a tremendous burden on our administrative staff.” Hamill agreed, “It wouldn’t change our good quality one iota, so why put our teachers in contention with each other?” Rieckman believes other government agencies “are stretching the Department of Education too far.” Pogany summarized various attempts over the years to get a financial accountability bill passed. “It’s a matter of trust. We have elected school boards, open meetings, transparency – let them (school boards) do their jobs.” On a different legal topic, Pogany warned the audience that sexting is now considered a criminal offense, even for minors. How will school boards handle the issue when it comes up? Also, though most school districts have anti-bullying policies, they should check the wording to align more closely with state requirements.
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Opinion
Jim Abdnor died at the age of 89 in Sioux Falls, Wednesday, May 16, of natural causes. Abdnor was a former teacher, coach and World War II U.S. Army veteran. He worked his way to the state legislature, eventually becoming the South Dakota’s lieutenant governor. He was voted into the United States Congress, where he served on the Senate Appropriations Committee. When Abdnor lost his Senate seat, President Ronald Reagan appointed him as head of the United States Small Business Administration, a post he held for two years. Abdnor moved from Rapid City to a retirement facility in Sioux Falls in 2003. He moved to assisted living in late 2010. Abdnor was born in 1923. In 1945, he received a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Nebraska. He taught school at Kennebec and Presho. He then became a farmer. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. In 1956, he was elected to the South Dakota Senate, where he served six terms. In 1968, he was elected lieutenant governor, filling that position until 1971. Abdnor never married. Senator John Thune stated, “Everything I know about politics that is good I learned from Jim Abdnor. He was a hardworking and effective fighter for South Dakota, and one of the most decent and genuine people to ever hold elective office. I came to know Jim through very hard over the years to serve the people of South Dakota. His passion for public service was inspiring to me and countless others in our state. My thoughts and prayers are with Jim’s friends and family.” Secretary of State Jason Gant stated, “Our hearts go out to the family and close friends of Senator Abdnor. His entire life was devoted to serving the people of our state, and most importantly, mentoring many young people, most of which are still involved in South Dakota politics. One of the things I remember the most about Jim was his uncanny memory when it came to remembering your name. No matter how much time had passed, he instantly remembered you, and particular facts about you. I think that says a lot about why he was such a giant in our state. His being a South Dakota leader wasn’t about an ego, or self interest. It was about serving others. And when he acted, you knew he cared for each and every person in our state.” In 1993, Abdnor donated his congressional papers to the State Historical Society-Archives at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre. The Abdnor collection consists of his official correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, audio and video recordings, speeches and other records documenting his time as a U.S. Senator and as head of the U.S. Small business Administration. A research room in the State Archives, called “The Abdnor Room,” contains Abdnor memorabilia. Abdnor, born and raised in Kennebec, began a long and distinguished political career with his involvement in the South Dakota
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South Dakota’s Jim Abdnor passes at 89
Young Republicans and the National Young Republicans. Abdnor served on the Public Works, Veterans Affairs and Aging Committees while in the U.S. House of Representatives. While U.S. Senator, he served on the Appropriations, Environment and Public Works, and Joint Economic Committees. Every year that Sen. Abdnor was in Congress he won the Watchdog of the Treasury award because of his dedication to reduce the deficit. He advocated for rural water development while on the Environment and Public Works committee and authored the Water Resources Development Act of 1986. Abdnor served as first assistant chief clerk of the South Dakota House of Representatives in 1951, 1953 and 1955. He then became State Senator from 1956-1968, serving 10 years as chairman of the Joint House/Senate Appropriations Committee and President Pro-tempore of the South Dakota Senate from 1967-1968. In 1968, he ran a successful campaign to become the 30th lieutenant governor of South Dakota, serving with Governor Frank Farrar. In 1972, Abdnor was elected to the 93rd Congress, U.S. House of Representatives and later re-elected to the 94th, 95th and 96th Congress. In 1980 Abdnor challenged the incumbent senator, George McGovern, and won a decisive victory. He was defeated in the 1986 U.S. Senate general election by Tom Daschle. In December of 1986, President Ronald Reagan nominated Abdnor to head the U.S. Small Business Administration. He retired in 1989.
Letter to the Editor
I am writing to encourage everyone to take time Memorial Day to remember to give thanks to our war dead and wounded veterans. The greatest casualty is forgetting the War Dead ever existed. Many died before they were married and had children so we don’t see their children or grandchildren in our schools and social events. As we attend Memorial Day programs and later family or community potlucks or picnics, we might hear an older person say, he was a fine young man. but he never came back. I hope people ask, “What was his/her name, who were/are his parents and where was he/she laid to rest?” I commend Philip for their Living Memorial. The plaques and evergreen trees bordered with white fence are very noticeable and make it convenient for people to walk among our local heroes’ markers. I feel it is bad form to blow your own horn, and most deserving veterans are either unable to do so because they were killed in action or wounded, and they just shrug it off as being part of their duty. Many brave veterans have come home with physical or emotional scars that affect them for life. I can think of two schoolmates of mine who died recently in their 60s who served in Vietnam and were exposed to Agent Orange. Let’s take time to repeat their names and say thanks for serving our great nation. We will continue to be free only so long as we have the brave to guarantee it. /s/ Keith Harry, Midland
Photo taken for the 94th Congress in 1975-76. (Courtesy of S.D. State Historical Society-Archives) our mutual love of sports and have been blessed to have him as a mentor and a role model. Kimberley and I and our daughters, who Jim treated as his own, will always remember Jim’s friendship and mentoring and his boundless love for South Dakota. He was a mentor and a friend and I will miss him greatly.” Thune gave the eulogy at Abdnor’s funeral. South Dakota Democratic Party Chairman Ben Nesselhuf stated, “Senator Jim Abdnor dedicated his life to our state and South Dakota is forever indebted to him. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.” United States Senator Tim Johnson (D-SD) stated, “Jim worked
New Midland Town Board
Grants to improve rural housing
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced that applications for grants are being accepted to provide assistance to low and very low income rural residents to repair their homes. “Strong rural communities are a key to a stronger America, and safe, sanitary housing is crucial to improving the quality of rural life,” said Vilsack. “These grants to qualified intermediaries help limitedincome rural homeowners make necessary repairs and improvements for safer, healthier and more energy efficient dwellings.” United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development is offering Housing Preservation Grants to intermediaries such as town or county governments, public agencies and non-profit and faith-based organizations. The grants are then distributed to qualified homeowners or owners of multi-family rental properties or cooperative dwellings who rent to low and very low income residents. USDA does not provide funding directly to homeowners under this program. Grants can be used to weatherize and repair existing structures, install or improve plumbing or provide access to people with disability. Housing Preservation Grants help bring job growth and stability to low income communities while improving the living conditions of rural Americans. For fiscal year 2012, USDA may award up to $4.1 million in competitive grants through the Housing Preservation Grant program. Applications are due June 25. For more information on how to apply, see page 27179 of the May 9, 2012, Federal Register or visit www.gpo. gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2012-0509/html/2012-11036.htm.
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The new town board for Midland is, from left: Vice President Jared Fosheim, Rock Gillaspie and President Diana Baeza. Not pictured is Finance Officer Michelle Courtesy photo Meinzer.
Editors and S.D. court officials
A group of South Dakota Newspaper Association editors met with state court officials in Pierre, May 14, to discuss issues related to newsgathering in the courts system. “It was a good, productive twohour meeting,” stated David Bordewyk, general manager of SDNA. “Among other things, our members stressed the difficulties getting access to court records and doing records searches, especially when the courts require a date of birth associated with the name being searched or a court case number.” “Most importantly, we emphasized the need for ongoing meetings with Unified Justice System officials, especially as their new digital records system is put in place. (Patricia) Duggan and (Greg) Sattizahn agreed that regular meetings with SDNA members would be beneficial.” Court officials discussed the rollout of a new digital court records management system. By next year they want to have all clerks of courts offices across the state using the digital records system. Eventually, all court records will be kept and shared digitally, replacing the current system of paper and file cabinets. Among the SDNA representatives at the meeting were Bordewyk and Argus Leader Editor Maricarrol Kueter. Kueter chairs the SDNA First Amendment Committee. Representing the UJS were State Courts Administrator Duggan and Director of Policy and Legal Services Sattizahn.
PA student at PHSI for rotation and REHPS
Though under the main supervision of PA Terry Henrie, “I follow Dr. (Coen) Klopper and Janell Gerbering and, if opportunity arises, I’ll follow Dr. (Dave) Holman too. Today, I’ll follow gals in the lab and see all the blood work stuff. I’ve been in the emergency room, and I’ll see more of that I‘m sure,” said Hoffman, who will be at PHSI for six weeks before her eventual December graduation as a phyicians assistant from University of South Dakota. “I’ll take my certification test in January to be PA certified, and a that point I can practice.” “My original plan was to go to nursing school. A couple years into that, that’s not quite the direction I wanted to go. Went into cardiovascular ultrasound; I loved it, did it for 13 years. I worked with physicians, PAs, nurse practioners and how they worked with patients, diagnose and treat patients. As I watched them work, I really could see myself in the same position. I saw other aspects of the medical field, and was pulled to being a provider,” said Hoffman. “I had a choice and I chose Philip. Mainly I wanted to work West River. Philip would expose me to how it is on the west side of the state – there are differences – and the individuals in the communies,” said Hoffman. “It’s nice and quiet; so far I don’t see anything other than that. “The worse thing? Well, I can’t come up with something. The best thing is everyone I’ve come in contact with – community, patients, or individuals in the clinic – is welcoming, friendly. Everyone has made me feel so comfortable, like I’ve been a Philip resident forever,” said Hoffman.”
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Gardening woes ... by Del Bartels
I’m not much of a gardener, but I have learned through experience some hard lessons. For starters, seed catalogs deceive. If a catalog states something is “a favorite of birds,” it really means for you to not plant that something near cars, sidewalks or patios. “Grows increasingly beautiful each year” translates to “Looks like road kill for several seasons.” “May require support” means all the needed supports will actually hide the plants. “Moisture-loving” plants are perfect ... if you have a mud-bog or swamp. “Vigorous in dry weather” actually means it’s a relative to Canadian thistle. “Carefree” refers to the plant’s attitude rather than to your workload. “Vigorous” is a code term for “worlddominating weed.” “Grandma’s favorite” is a counter-advertisement to free-flowering, disease-resistant, hardier hybrids. If working with soil is supposed to be good, why do private investigators “dig up the dirt” on someone? Cutting the grass does not greatly mowtivate me. My new weed whacker is so highly designed that it is cutting-hedge technology. If good gardeners are a grass-root version of “plant managers,” then I’m lower than entry-level. I’m so cheap that I can’t experiment with different plants ... I haven’t botany. Is working too many hours in the garden considered over-thyme? I do like the math involved in gardening: divide the circumference of a pumpkin by its diameter and you get pumpkin pi. I guess gardening together could be a bit romantic. If you carrot all for her, she makes your heart beet. She’s cute, with her turnip nose and radish face. She’s a real peach, a sweet tomato. Weed make a swell pear. Lettuce marry very soon, but we cantaloupe. Gardening can also be a bit disgusting. A really involved gardner is less concerned with global warming than with global worming. Wash all vegetables, you don’t know where they’ve bean. Beware the pea, and especially the natural fertilizer. Gardeners do know that soil supplements have hazard and poison warnings on the labels? If a woman is a Pisces (water-sign) and a man is a Taurus (earth-sign) then is their relationship destined to be mud? Gardening can have a fantasy aspect. You need rose-colored glasses and odd herbs to understand the song “Scarborough Fair” with it’s line ‘parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme.’ Some plant names can’t be pronounced except by sorcerers. Beware, the only people who really believe in garden gnomes are the survivors. My own garden, with its weeds and thorns, could be the evil land of Mordor out of “Lord of the Rings.” Who hasn’t been annoyed by (1) being suckered into being on Facebook, and (2) having someone else want to play Farmville? Supposedly gardens can be profitable. Everybody wants to harvest a little more lettuce, or own a money tree. Be sure to plant goldenrods. An experienced gardener suggested for me to raise a garden for fun and profit. He obviously don’t know me well, because neither applies.
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by Del Bartels “I found medicine intriguing, and had a desire to help people to be healthy, stay healthy and have a healthy life style,” said Tandis Hoffman. Hoffman began working at Philip Health Services, Inc., May 14, through not only a rotation program, but also a Rural Experience for Health Professions Students program out of the University of South Dakota, Yankton. According to Yankton Rural Area Health Education Center information, the REHPS program is to increase the number of physicians, physician assistants, certified nurse practitioners and pharmacists who practice in rural and frontier communities of South Dakota. Relationships are to be formed between students and communities who mutually agree to support each other. Under these two programs, the practical handson training to be a physicians assistant will also include disaster preparedness training.
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Governor Daugaard urges safe travel for Memorial Day weekend
Governor Dennis Daugaard is asking motorists to be extra cautious on South Dakota highways during the upcoming Memorial Day weekend. South Dakota highways have been fatality free during this threeday holiday weekend the last two years. In 2011, however, 30 people were injured in 123 crashes. Eight of those crashes were alcohol related, according to statistics from the State Office of Highway Safety. “Memorial Day weekend is the kickoff for the summer travel season, and highways will almost certainly be busier than usual with many families traveling during the holiday period,’’ Gov. Daugaard said. “I hope everyone has a great time with family and friends. Please make safe choices as you travel, and please follow traffic laws that are in place to help keep all of us safe.’’ The governor encourages drivers to: •Follow speed limits. It is not safe to travel faster than posted speed limits. •Wear a seatbelt. The Office of Highway Safety slogan is “Someone needs you. Buckle up.’’ •Avoid drinking and driving. •Avoid distractions. •Slow down through construction zones, not only because fines are double in those zones but also for your own safety and the safety of highway workers.
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Thursday: Partly cloudy with thunderstorms and a chance of rain. High of 68F. Winds from the NW at 5 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 40%. Thursday Night: Partly cloudy with thunderstorms and a chance of rain. Low of 43F. Winds from the NW at 5 to 15 mph.
Friday: Overcast in the morning, then mostly cloudy with a chance of rain. High of 63F. Winds from the NNW at 5 to 15 mph shifting to the NE in the afternoon. Chance of rain 40%. Friday Night: Mostly cloudy in the evening, then overcast with a chance of rain. Low of 45F. Winds from the East at 5 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 20%.
Saturday: Overcast with a chance of rain in the morning, then mostly cloudy. High of 63F. Breezy. Winds from the ENE at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 20%. Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy with a chance of a thunderstorm. Low of 46F. Breezy. Winds from the NNE at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 50% with rainfall amounts near 0.2 in. possible.
Sunday: Partly cloudy. High of 86F. Winds from the West at 10 to 15 mph. Sunday Night: Partly cloudy. Low of 45F. Breezy. Winds from the NW at 10 to 20 mph.
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Section A • Thursday, May 24, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •
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Obituaries
Peggy Benne___________________________________
December 28, 1949, in Wall. Jack was in the Army and then worked for the conservation service. With his work they moved often, so she taught in several places: Buffalo, Wyo., Philip, Quinn, Wall and Hot Springs. After her husband Jack died in 1970, she moved her family to Wall, where she worked for the Wall School District until she took a job with the postal service. She retired from the postal service in 1986. After retiring, she filled her time by working at Wall Drug, spending time with her family and friends, watching her grandkids’ sports, and she always had something baked to share for whoever stopped by. Survivors include her sons, Kim (Candy) Benne and Sam (Joyce) Benne, both of Rapid City; two daughters, Tammy (Keith) Vosler of Country Club Hills, Ill., and Jamie (Don) Jorgensen of Sloan, Iowa; 15 grandchildren Ryan (Kerri) Benne, Kamala (Will) Williams, Kalli Benne, Jack (Alexis) Benne, Matthew, Cole, Kyle, and Cody Benne, Michael, Ricky, Jonathon, Mikayla and Katlyn Vosler, and Kendra and Blake Jorgensen; and three great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband Jack, Peggy was preceded in death by her parents; her sister, Norrie Phillips and her husband, Glenn; a brother, Bud Johnson and his wife, Merle; and sister, Norma Kennedy and her husband, Bryce. Funeral services were held Sunday, May 20, at the United Methodist Church in Wall, with Pastors Darwin Kopfmann and Steve Sieling officiating. Music was provided by Carol Hahn, pianist, and Peggy Kretz, Ronda Sieling, Mikayla Vosler, Tammy Vosler and Jamie Jorgensen, vocalists. Ushers were Jerry Johannesen and Bill Leonard. Pallbearers were Ryan, Jack, Matt, Cole, Kyle and Cody Benne, Blake Jorgensen and Boyce Kennedy. Interment was in the Wall Cemetery. A memorial has been established. Arrangements were with the Rush Funeral Chapel of Wall. Her online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Donald L. “Don” Aby____________________________
1987, at Rapid City. They made their home in Wall all their married life. Don continued to work at Midwest Co-op, which later became known as Cenex/Harvest States. In his later years, he became a field salesman for Cenex/Harvest States, a position he held at the time of his death. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and shooting the “bull.” He was a member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. Funeral services for Donald “Don “ Aby, age 63, of Wall will be held at 10:00 a.m. Friday, May 25, 2012, at the Philip High School Auditorium with Pastor Kathy Chesney officiating. Music for the service will be provided by Marianne Frein, pianist, and Maureen Palecek, vocalist. Ushers are Mel Smith, Jim Knight and Rowdy Schuler. Pallbearers are Jay Baxter, Gilbert “Sonny” LaBeau, Darwin Hellekson, Jim Bouman, Lucas Mayfield and Darrel Kemnitz. Visitation will be held on Thursday May 24, at the Philip High School Auditorium from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and one hour before the services on Friday. Interment will be 12:00 noon on Friday at the New Underwood Cemetery. Grateful for having shared his life are his wife, Peggy Aby of Wall; a son, Bruce Aby and his wife, Tanya, of Black Hawk; a daughter, Linda Gates and her husband, Jeff, of Colorado Springs, Colo.; two step daughters, Tracey Feldman and her husband, Doug, of Wall and Sheila Herbaugh of Kadoka; two grandchildren; six step grandchildren; three step great-grandchildren; two brothers, Perry C. Aby, Jr. and his wife, Mary, of Port Isabel, Texas, Richard Aby and his wife, Pam, of Apache Junction, Ariz.; four sisters, Lois Ewert and her husband, Louis, of Rapid City, Shirley Millard of Lead, Evonne Flax and Geraldine Ray, both of Pierre; and a host of other relatives and friends. Don was preceded in death by his parents, Perry Aby, Sr. and Irma Aby. A memorial is established. Arrangements are with the Rush Funeral Chapel of Philip. His online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com.
Peggy Benne, age 84, of Rapid City, S.D., formerly of Wall, died Wednesday, May 16, 2012, at her home in Rapid City. Peggy Johnson was born May 12, 1928, in New Underwood, the daughter of Sam and Lila (Packman) Johnson. She was raised in Wall and graduated from Wall High School in 1946. She then went on to Black Hills Teacher’s College and got her teaching certificate. Peggy married Jack Benne on
Robert J. “Bob” Schnyder, Jr.______________________
rooms, he studied the biological sciences, eventually writing his master’s thesis about water pollution he and his students discovered in the town where he first was teaching. After teaching in Illinois for four years later, he and his wife and children moved to southern California where he taught for 32 years at South Gate Senior High School in the Los Angeles Unified School District. He taught biology and health and coached football and baseball. It was at South Gate where, after the dissolution of his first marriage, he met Janet Minard, who had just arrived to begin her teaching duties in September, 1963. Married in August of 1964, they both continued their teaching careers at South Gate for many years. During these years, they spent much time in Philip during their summer vacations. Bob, who had previously considered golf to be a kind of “silly” game, little by little took up the sport; and with the help of his father-in-law, George, with his own natural ability, and with easy access to a “prairie course,” he became a pretty fair golfer. At his home in Buena Park, he became a great grower of vegetables – especially eggplant, zucchini and luscious tomatoes. He taught himself to paint pictures – landscapes, primarily, with both oils and acrylics. Many are on the walls of his home. After he retired from teaching in 1987, he was plagued with osteoarthritis, especially in the hips and back. This slowed him down somewhat, but the stroke he suffered a few days after back surgery in 1999, brought his golf playing days, as well as gardening and painting activities, to an end. Bob and Janet were avid movie watchers, especially old movies, and in recent years assembled quite a comprehensive collection of vintage films, thanks to the modern miracles of VHS and DVD. After suffering from two more strokes the last two months, his body was finished, even though his spirit of feistiness remained until almost the very end. His family is thankful that when his death was imminent, it came swiftly and peacefully on February 20, 2012. Bob was preceded in death by his parents, Robert, Sr. and Loretta, and his sons, Jeffrey and Kurt. In addition to his wife Janet, his survivors include his daughter, Lindsay Schnyder of Ft. Myers, Fla.; her two daughters, Skylar and Story Sandman; his daughter, Lisa Peterson of Duvall, Wash.; his sister, Ruth Masakowski of New Orleans; his sister-in-law, Julie Minard of Long Beach, Calif.; and his many nieces and nephews. An informal gathering will be held 11:00 a.m. Friday, June 1, at the Midland Cemetery, where Bob’s cremated remains will be buried, and will join his in-laws, George and Vivian Minard, and George’s parents, Dr. Ralph W. Minard and Alice Walker Minard Chase. Arrangements are with the Rush Funeral Home of Philip. His online guestbook is available at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Donald L. Aby died Monday afternoon, May 21, at the Rapid City Regional Hospital in Rapid City. Donald L. Aby, better known as Don to his family and friends, was born March 18, 1949, at Pierre, the son of Perry C. Aby, Sr. and Irma Mae (Masek) Aby. He grew up in the Owanka community where he began receiving his education at Owanka Rural School. He then attended one year of high school in New Underwood. The family moved to Philip where he graduated from Philip High School in 1968. During his high school years, he worked at a gas station for Tyrone Moos. He was married to Glenda Smith and to this union were born two children, Bruce and Linda. After graduation, Don worked as a custodian at Philip High School, later as a police officer for the city of Philip until becoming employed at Midwest Cooperatives. He was united in marriage to Peggy Kleinschmit on November 2,
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Robert John “Bob” Schnyder, Jr., the husband for nearly 48 years of former Philip resident, Alice Janet Minard, has died in California. He was 87. Born January 8, 1925, in New Orleans, La., Bob grew up loving all kinds of sporting contests and would hop on his bike and ride around his area of the city until he found a game to play in. He became a student of many sports; and his enthusiasm, dedication, and natural athletic ability led to his winning awards and championships as a player in high school and college, and later, as a coach. Bob also loved animals. In later years, his and Janet’s home became an adoptive home for many stray cats – from Aloysius to The Midnight Cowboy. Two cats – The Sundance Cat and Sparky – even made trips to Philip! World War II was in full gear when Bob volunteered for induction into the U.S. Army, serving from March of 1943 to March of 1946. He was in various special programs in the army until his outfit was called into action. In September of 1944, he found himself on some of the same French terrain the Allied invasion forces had landed on three months earlier. After his discharge from the army, he took advantage of the incredible opportunity provided by the G.I. Bill and pursued his athletic and academic career at what now is Illinois State University. On the athletic fields he was known as “Bayou Bob!” Inside the classSACRED 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. 1st Sunday: Coffee & Rolls after worship First Lutheran Ladies Bible study. There are two Bible study groups: each meeting monthly. One meets on the second Tuesday at 12:00 p.m. at First Lutheran Church and the other meets on the second Wednesday at 1:00 p.m.
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by Cornelius R. Stam "If any man be in Christ he is a new creation..." (II Cor. 5:17). "For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus..." (Eph. 2:10). "And ye are complete in Him..." (Col. 2:10). "In Christ!" What a glorious truth! What a high and holy position! No religious ceremony, neither circumcision nor baptism, needed to make us spiritually complete. God only asks now: "Walk worthy of the vocation wherewith ye are called" (Eph. 4:1). Many Christians are satisfied with salvation through the blood of Christ, but God wants us to have much more than this. He wants us to have "the full assurance of understanding" (Col. 2:2), to know the security, the blessedness, the glory of a position in Christ. He wants us to know "the exceeding riches of His grace" (Eph. 2:7), and to enjoy "all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ" (Eph. 1:3). But Satan does not! For proclaiming these glorious truths the Apostle Paul was bitterly opposed on every hand, even by some saved religious leaders of his day. And Satan has not changed! Proclaim this message today and "your adversary the devil" will soon be roused to action. He hates this message of grace which the glorified Lord revealed through Paul (Eph. 3:1-3) and let us not be asleep to the fact that, as in Paul's day, he will again seek to use even saved religious leaders, evangelical "big guns," if he can, to oppose it, thus robbing Christ of His glory and believers of their blessings.
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Kayla will be going to the School of Mines in Rapid City in the fall. Andrea Christine Schaeuffelen of Germany was an exchange student at Belle Fourche this past school year and graduated with the class of 2012. They do something special at the Belle Fourche graduation for foreign exchange students. The folded American Flag is passed from senior to senior with one hand on top of the flag and one below the flag before being presented to the foreign exchange student. I have to say it is a most moving experience as you watch that flag being reverently passed from senior to senior. Beth Bowen, Denver, Colo., came home for her sister’s graduation as did Joanna Nemec from School of Mines in Rapid City. Joanna is planning on working at the Kadoka Nursing Home this summer. And Kayla will continue to work at a couple of businesses she worked at last summer and during her senior year of school. Others from our side of the family there were April and Miranda Meeker, Spearfish, Steve was unable to come due to other commitments, Charlene Nemec, Bismarck, N.D., and Jerry and myself. Christopher was at Navy Reserves in Washington state. While there, he got together with Jacob Nemec, our grandson, who is in the Navy and stationed there. Christopher and Stephanie and baby Laura are planning on going to Belle Fourche and Spearfish in early June, giving everyone a chance to see Laura. Les and Jolene will be coming at the end of June. So, you get-together when you can! Jim and Carmen had a nice reception of barbeque beef, salads and cake at their home following graduation. Our daughter-in-law, Stephanie, took her mom, Barbara van Oorschot, to the Sioux Falls airport this Monday as her three weeks were up and it was time to go back to her home in Kevelaer, Germany. Stephanie said it was hard for her mom to leave that grandbaby, but knowing that she and Josef would be coming back in November helped. It’s a long distance from Germany to South Dakota. But, I also know they are the kinds of people who will make the best of it. Jared Standiford is spending time with his dad, Ken Standiford, as he has some leave time from the Navy before eventually heading for New York. It was good to see him and have a chance to visit and to
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In last week’s column, I mentioned the need for rain! That much needed rain came along with some strong winds and some pea-sized hail. We missed out on all of that as we were out of town for a graduation. Heard tell Jerry Nemec’s farm made it on Facebook as it told of water running over the road at the DeYoung place! When we got home we took a drive out to the farm and sure enough you could see where the water had run over the road with water standing in one of the fields and ducks enjoying a swim. Water had even run over the road a little ways up the hill to the west, so water and wind must have been rather active to be sure. Our rain gauge showed two inches and 10hundredths or so, but our rain gauge is rather narrow and with the wind blowing like it was it may not have caught all of the rain. From the looks of things we must have gotten some pea-sided hail, too. But we are thankful for the rain! We had an inch of rain in town! I am hesitating a bit in writing the news for the paper this week after some hic-ups in last week’s column. I’m thinking Ashely Schofield was a bit surprised to learn that her name was no longer Schofield but Sheffield? “Where did that name come from?” I’m thinking, “I don’t even know an Ashley Sheffield?” Just between you and me, I’m thinking someone or something was messing with my fingers that day! Because you see, I wasn’t done messing up in that particular paragraph. I had written Ashley was a fill-in teacher at the Kadoka school for a lady who was on maturity leave. It should have been maternity leave … but you do need some maturity when having a baby, don’t you think? Okay, enough said, it is time to see what I can come up with for this week! High school graduations were everywhere this past weekend! We were in Belle Fourche for the graduation of our granddaughter, Kayla Nemec, daughter of Jim and Carmen Nemec. There were 82 graduates in Kayla’s class and family was just plain proud of her as she was valedictorian of her class.
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catch up on things. Jared and Jason used to spend a lot of time at our house when they and Christopher were in school. Barbara and Morris Jones attended the Midland pre-school graduation to see their granddaughter, Josie Jones, graduate at the Midland School Monday, May 14. Josie is the daughter of Jon and Jennifer Jones. The children were anxious to show the things they learned this year. Scotti Block was their teacher. Barbara went to see the kindergarten graduation and program in Philip the following Monday. Grandson Jess Jones was a part of the program. Following the program, a potluck lunch was served to guests, food provided by the childrens’ parents. Jess is the son of Jon and Jennifer Jones! Thursday, Audrey Jones went to Kadoka to watch her grandchildren, Brandon and Destiny Dale, at their regional track meet. They both did well, with Destiny making it to state. At the state track meet in Rapid City this week, Destiny will be running in two relays for the Kadoka Area team. Wish you well at the state track meet Destiny! Friday afternoon, Gene and Audrey Jones traveled to Wagner to visit with Lisa and Matt Foley and attend the graduation reception for grandson, Levi Geiman. Other family members arriving that evening were Rich Jones, Cochran, Ga., Brenda and Todd Nierman, Trevor, Emily and Zoey, Verona, Wis., Linda Giltner, Triston and Taylor, Meriden, Kan., and Julie Whitcher and Paula Jones from Rapid City. Saturday, the family all pitched in to help Lisa and Matt with the reception, which was well attended. Sunday morning, Foley’s visitors all left and headed to Kadoka to attend the graduation of Brandon Dale, son of Edna and Roger Dale. Lisa and Matt and family stayed home for Levi’s graduation. Edna and Roger hosted a reception Saturday night in honor of Brandon’s graduation. Sunday night, guests of Gene and Audrey were Rich Jones, Brenda, Todd, Trevor, Emily, Zoey Nierman, Linda, Triston and Taylor Giltner, Paula Jones and Evan Long. Other visitors that evening, but not spending the night, were Julie Whitcher, Roger, Edna, Brandon, Destiny, Miranda, and Mariah Dale, Jared Fosheim and children and Jim Larson. All the overnighters left on Monday except son Rich and grandchildren, Triston and Taylor, who will stay a few days. Sophie and Pat Foley, Jim Larson, Todd and Barby Larson, Kendall and Logan, Sioux Falls, Ashley Schofield, home from college at Black Hills State University in Spearfish, and Jeff Schofield and Renee and Landan Schofield attended the Kadoka graduation of which Bryan Schofield was one of the graduates. A reception was held at the Schofield home with roast beef sandwiches, salads, and Carol Hunt’s special cake. Mathew and Brianna Jones are first-time parents with the birth of a baby daughter, Jordyn Elizabeth Jones, born on May 5, 2012, weighing 7 lbs. and 8 oz. and 20-1/2 inches long. Little Jordyn made for a number of firsts, as she is the first grandchild for Scott and Jana Jones, the first great-grandchild for Shorty and Maxine Jones, and the first great-grandchild for Nick and Sandy Feller, Wall.Congratula-
Midland pre-school graduation
Midland pre-school graduation was held Monday, May 14. Pictured are, left to right, Josie Jones, Rydek Neilan, Karlee Block, Aubrey Jackson, Morgan Sammons. Scotti Block was their teacher. Courtesy Photo tions to Mathew and Brianna and to all of those grandparents and great-grandparents. Babies are just plain special! Shorty and Maxine Jones drove to Bellevue, Neb., May 9 for the graduation of their granddaughter, Carly Marie Smith, on May 10. They all attended church at Thanks Giving Lutheran on Sunday morning where the bell choir and a cello player provided special music for Mother’s Day. Joneses and Smiths joined the family of Shelley and Jon Iversen at the home in Papillion, Neb., for a special dinner to celebrate graduations and Mother’s Day. Twins, Eli and Grace Iversen, graduated from home school on Saturday. They have been accepted at SDSM&T in Rapid City for the fall term. Shelley's mother, Marilyn Olson, Bowman, N.D., was a guest of the Iversens. The Jones and Olson families (originally of Ludlow, S.D.) have a five generation friendship, but Marilyn and Shorty and Maxine had not seen one another for 15 to 20 years, so it was a very special time of remembering departed family members and old friends in South Dakota. Shelley and Nancy met only because their children were in Sunday school together and wanted the families to get acquainted. It took a little visiting and calls home to figure out that they had been to the same cattlemen meetings with their parents when too young and shy to get acquainted with one another. Now, the ladies are in church choir together and their families frequently celebrate events together. Those multi-generational friendships are pretty special, several of them within the Midland area. Sunday evening, Shorty, Maxine, Don, Nancy, and Carly drove to Lincoln to see the apartment Kimberley Smith and her school friend, Jessica, are sharing this year. They should be very comfortable there, with nice parks nearby and reasonable distances to work and school for both girls. After supper at a nearby mall restaurant, the travelers returned to Bellevue. Shorty and Maxine returned home Monday, stopping at a farm near Davis to see a horse Shorty bought on an Internet sale on Saturday afternoon. The seller offered to deliver it since he was going out by Quinn to help at a branding. He is a horse chiropractor, so worked on a couple of other horses for Joneses when he delivered the new horse. Shorty and Maxine also drove up to Dell Rapids on the way home Monday to visit with Myron and Margaret Joneson at the nursing home. Both were feeling well and we all had a good visit. It was a little livelier because Myron called a mutual friend, Brian Burkhart, who came to the home for a short visit. An uncle of another friend from that area, Mike Smith, is also in the nursing home and came by to visit with the group in Myrons' room. That's good therapy for an older, ailing farmer who wishes he could still be out with his horses and farm work. He still is an entertaining, interesting visitor and it’s a pleasure to visit every chance we have. Shorty and Maxine discovered some damage on part of the ranch north of Kadoka where wind last Friday night blew over some corral panels, damaging some of them. The rain was welcome, and our sympathies go to those who had far worse damage to homes and businesses. Randy and Holly Nemec flew to Kansas Friday to surprise Daylin and Cindy Morrison Guipre for Daylin's high school graduation. Bryan Guipre set everything up for them to pull off the surprise. They returned home late Sunday night. It is time to close my news column this Tuesday as Jerry and I are heading up to Deep Creek to decorate graves. Tried getting hold of people, but didn’t find them at home! Sounds like we could be in for some hot temperatures and wind and possible chance of stormy weather later on! Hopefully, the weather won’t get too bad! I don’t care for those summer storms. But then, I guess nobody does! Take care and keep safe!
Free entrance to all national parks for active duty military
To show appreciation for those who serve in the United States military, as of May 19 – Armed Forces Day – the National Park Service began issuing annual free entrance passes to all 397 national parks for active duty military members and their dependents. This military version of the America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass also permits free entrance to sites managed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the Bureau of Reclamation, and the United States Forest Service. The pass is also available at these locations. They must show a current, valid military identification card. Eric Brunnemans, superintendent for Badlands National Park, said, “We honor the sacrifices our warriors and their families have made to this country. I know a visit to the Badlands can bring peace and happiness when we need it the most.” Visitors are encouraged to attend one of the daily ranger programs offered May 29 through September 10. Fossils talks and junior ranger programs are especially popular for families with children. The night sky program is a must-see and is held Friday through Monday after the 9:00 p.m. evening ranger program in the Cedar Pass campground. For more information, see www.nps.gov/badl. Minuteman Missile National Historic Site does not charge an entrance fee, so passes are not required but can be picked up at the Badlands. “Minuteman Missile National Historic Site tells a contemporary military story that is directly connected to our airmen at neighboring Ellsworth Air Force Base,” stated Superintendent Ruben Andrade. National parks and the military have strong ties going back to the establishment of Yellowstone as the world’s first national park in 1872. The U.S. Cavalry watched over America’s national parks and did double duty, serving as the first park rangers until the National Park Service was created 44 years later. During World War II, many parks were set aside for the training and care of military personnel.
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Scenes from Philip High School Graduation, 2012
Sayde Slovek, senior class president. “You are neat and incredible people, who I know will go get great things out of life. It’s not what you do, it’s how you do it. Your choices are yours to make.”
Trey DeJong, valedictorian. “Every day of our lives, there are good days and bad. If we collect each of our greatest moments, we will make the greatest days. No worries. And God bless the Class of 2012.”
LaRae Van Tassel, salutatorian. “I’m serious now. We really have learned a lot these last few years. Classmates and friends, go forth.” Tara Gottsleben
Kyle Schulz
Colter Cvach and Kelvin Ferguson
Dusti Berry sharing a laugh with grandmother Doris Berry. Josie Guptill and LaRae Van Tassel
Tanner Radway, Jade Konst and Dakota Bauman
Austin O’Dea and Audra Antonsen, with Cody Reder in the background.
Superintendent Keven Morehart officially moving the tassel from right to left for Kianna Knutson.
Allison Stahl
Wyatt Johnson
Marcus Martinez getting his tassel moved from right to left by Superintencent Keven Morehart.
Activities & Recognition
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Eighth grade recognition – Class of 2016
Philip High School senior scholarships over $128,000
Total Philip High School local scholarship dollars awarded for 2012 graduates came up to $128,100. Bud Coyle Family Scholarship – $500 to Jade Konst Christopher C. Lurz Memorial – $250 to Kyle Schulz Class of 1964 – $250 to Samuel Haigh Cottonwood Roping Club Scholarship – $300 to Tanner Radway Craig Hanrahan Memorial Scholarship – $500 to Radway Douglas Payne Memorial – $500 to Brooke Scheessele Dalles Brucklacher Kudos Award – $300 to Trey DeJong Edward and Alice Arthur Memorial – $100 to Dusti Berry Elizabeth Trenchard Scholarship – $650 each per semester up to eight semesters (up to $4,800 each) to William Coyle, Tara Gottsleben, Haigh, Misty Johnson, Wyatt Johnson, Kianna Knutson, Konst, Marcus Martinez, Austin O’Dea, Radway, Cody Reder, Scheesele, Sayde Slovek, LaRae Van Tassel Farm Bureau Scholarship – $350 to each Konst, Allen Piroutek and Slovek First National Bank Scholarship – $1,000 to DeJong Fred and Bev McDaniel Scholarship – $1,000 each to Haigh and Slovek Golden West Telecommunications – $1,000 to DeJong Jennifer Nelson Celebration of Life Scholarship – $100 each to DeJong, Knutson, O’Dea, Slovek and Van Tassel Jerry Ainslie Memorial Scholarship – $150 each to Haigh and W. Johnson Krofam, Inc. Scholarship – $100 each for up to eight semesters to Rachel Wheeler and Schulz
Leonard Thorson Memorial Scholarship – $500 to Martinez Marvin E. Cihak Memorial Scholarship – $100 each to Knutson and Slovek National Mutual Benefit Scholarship – $250 each to Slovek, Radway and Wheeler Order of the Eastern Star Scholarship – Wheeler $200 Palmer and Dorothy Pearson Memorial – $200 to DeJong Paul Brucklacher Memorial Scholarship – $100 to Slovek Philip FCCLA Scholarship – $200 each to Slovek and Wheeler Philip FFA Chapter Scholarships – $250 each to Haigh and W. Johnson Philip Ambulance Service Scholarship – $300 to VanTassel Philip Livestock Auction Scholarship – $100 each to O’Dea and Radway. PHS Student Council Scholarship – $200 each to DeJong and Knutson Richard and Echo Rockafellow Scholarship – $100 and a dictionary to Roger Davis Richard and Gladys Smith Scholarship – $1,000 to Scheessele Trent Allen Matt Memorial Scholarship – $200 each to O’Dea, Martinez and Radway Tri-County Alcohol Awareness Scholarship – $500 to Slovek West Central Electric Scholarship – $500 each to DeJong, Gottsleben, Josie Guptill, Schulz, Slovek West River/Lyman-Jones Rural Water Scholarship – $300 to DeJong Braddock/Durnill Scholarship – $2,000 each to Berry, Coyle, Colter Cvach, DeJong, Gottsleben, Guptill, Haigh, M. Johnson, W. Johnson, Knutson, Konst, Martinez, O’Dea, Piroutek, Radway, Reder, Scheessele, Schulz, Slovek, Van Tassel and Wheeler.
The Philip eighth grade recognition was held Monday, May 21. Superintendent Keven Morehart said to the Class of 2016, “You all have 100 percent of your classes. Now, what if. What if you take the chance to try something different or new? Great!” Shown, back row, from left: Braden Puhlman, Jace Giannonatti, Jacob Kreft, Colton Alfrey, Grady Carley, Jacob Kammerer, Keegan Burnett, Joseph One Skunk and Rance Johnson. Front: Garrett Snook, Jane Poss, Ta’Te Fortune, Logan Hand, Destannie Noteboom, Ellie Coyle and Tyshia Ferguson. Photo by Del Bartels
Philip kindergarten graduation Class of 2025
The Philip Elementary School’s graduation ceremony for the kindergarten class was held Monday, May 21. After entering the stage by way of a Scottie dog house door, the students sang and performed “Bear Hunt,” “Five Green Jelly Beans,” “Counting by Fives,” and “Limbo Rock.” After a presentation of flowers to the students’ parents, a video was shown of the students, the students’ parents and snapshots of the school year. The presentation of graduation certificates ended the ceremony. Shown, back row, from left: Jess Jones, Hana Crowser, Cohen Reckling, Dymond Lurz, Wakely Burns, Adam Kanable and Ryder Peterson. Middle row: Xylina Bouman, Kash Slovek, Tara Schofield, Kade Fitzgerald, Kiara Perkins, Lane Kuckenbecker and Leah Staben. Front: Brit Morrison, Rainee Snyder, Luke Ferguson, Tucker Boe, Sarah Huston, Colden Kramer and Stratton Morehart. Photo by Del Bartels
Farmers Union youth camping
Philip student Brucklacher at governor’s leadership luncheon
The 12th annual Governor’s Leadership Luncheon was held Saturday, May 12, at the ballroom of the Muenster University Center, Vermillion. Included in the list of students invited to attend the 2012 Governor’s Leadership Luncheon was Gavin Brucklacher, Philip. More than 130 high school sophomores from across South Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota and Nebraska attended this prestigious event. The event honors outstanding students for their contributions in and out of the classroom as well as for their potential to be future leaders of society. Dustin “Dusty” Johnson, chief of staff to South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard, provided the keynote address. Johnson received a bachelor’s degree in political science from USD and a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Kansas. A Truman Scholar (1998), Johnson served on the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission for six years prior to joining the governor’s office. The luncheon was sponsored by the W.O. Farber Center for Civic Leadership at the University of South Dakota, University of South Dakota Foundation.
Interns, from left: Brittany Gassman, Emma Smith, Hannah Lily and Amelia Thompson. Courtesy photo Four summer interns have started work at South Dakota Farmers Union in preparation for the family farm organization’s local, regional and statewide youth camps this summer. The 2012 interns are Brittany Gassman, Canova, Emma Smith, Huron, Hannah Lily, Lily, and Amelia Thompson, Doland, They will work with volunteer education leaders across the state to organize and facilitate summer camps for young people ages six through 19. “I’m so pleased to have Brittany and Amelia back for a second year,” said Farmers Union Education Director Bonnie Geyer. “They did an outstanding job last summer leading camps and had a tremendous impact on the lives of hundreds of young people.” “Emma and Hannah will be great additions to the Farmers Union staff this summer,” Geyer said. “They bring a mix of excitement and experience and will work with youth to build their leadership skills and teach them about cooperation, agriculture and other life lessons over the summer.” Each year, nearly 2,000 South Dakota youth participate in the South Dakota Farmers Union youth education camps. The interns will help with county and district camps along with the Farmers Union State Leadership Camp June 3-8 in the Black Hills. The registration period for Farmers Union State Camp and several county and district camps is now open. For more information on summer camps, visit the education page at www.sdfu.org to download a registration form or call 888-7348136 ext. 125.
Good Luck, Scotties, at the Good Luck, Scotties, at the State Track & Field Meet State Track & Field Meet May 25 & 26 in Rapid City May 25 & 26 in Rapid City
STaTE TraCk quaLiFiErS aND EvENTS
GirLS Josie Guptill: 100 meter hurdles; 300 meter hurdles; 200 meter dash; 4x400 relay ariana arampatzis: pole vault; 300 meter hurdles Holly iwan: 3200 meter run; 4x400 relay; 4x800 relay Ellie Coyle: 3200 meter run; 4x800 relay Tia Guptill: 300 meter hurdles; 4x400 relay kaci Olivier: pole vault Misty Johnson: 4x400 meter relay; 4x800 relay Peyton kuchenbecker: 4x800 meter relay Larae van Tassel: alternate for relays BOYS Dakota Bauman: discus Marcus Martinez: 300 meter hurdles; 4x400 meter relay kyle Schulz: long jump; 4x400 meter relay Nelson Holman: 4x400 meter relay Paul Guptill: 4x400 meter relay Blake Martinez: alternate for relays
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The City of Philip requests that all residents please consider this as a courtesy notice to all property owners of real property within the City limits of the City of Philip, South Dakota. Property owners of all real property within the City limits are required by city ordinances #15-401 to mow and maintain lawns and to control noxious weeds upon said real property. Any grasses and/or weeds growing to a height of 12 inches or more upon any real property are considered a public nuisance and are in violation of said City Ordinance. The City Council strongly encourages all property owners of any real property within the City, occupied or non-occupied, to comply with City Ordinances. We thank you in advance for your cooperation in maintaining your properties and improving the appearance of our community.
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Sports & School Activities
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Region track results, 15 Scotties to state
Philip Junior High Spring Concert
Relay team, from left: Josie Guptill, Tia Guptill, Misty Johnson and Holly Iwan.
During the 2012 spring concert, Monday, May 21, the fifth/sixth grade band performed seven pieces, including “Rattler Ridge,” “Colliding Visions” and “Fun, Fun, Fun.” The sixth through eighth grade band (shown) performed “Courage,” “Comet Ride,” “Dance of the Thunderbolts,” Celtic Air and Dance” and “Knights of Destiny.” Music director Barb Bowen said both groups earned superior ratings at this year’s music contest. Photos by Del Bartels
Relay team, from left: Marcus Martinez, Nelson Holman, Paul Guptill and Kyle Schulz. The Philip Scotties team competed in the Region 7B Track and Field Meet, Thursday, May 17, in Kadoka. “We did very well as a team, the girls were second and the boys were third,” said head coach Tom Parquet. “We had several personal bests again at this meet and some very good surprises from our younger runners. We are looking forward to the challenge of state track and hopefully we will rise to the challenge. I’d like to say thank you to all of the fans who have been at the meets and hope to see you at state in Rapid City.” Philip girls earned 122 points, behind Kadoka Area’s 168.5. Philip boys earned 96 points, behind Kadoka Area’s 97 and Wall’s 157. Because of qualifying times and distances accomplished during the season and the region meet, Philip will have 15 athletes eligible to compete at the state meet, Friday and Saturday, May 25-26, in Rapid City. State track qualifiers and events GIRLS Josie Guptill – 100 meter hurdles, 300 meter hurdles, 200 meter dash and 4x400 relay Ariana Arampatzis – pole vault and 300 meter hurdles Holly Iwan – 3200 meter run, 4x400 relay and 4x800 relay Ellie Coyle – 3200 meter run and 4x800 relay Tia Guptill – 300 meter hurdles and 4x400 relay Kaci Olivier – pole vault Misty Johnson – 4x400 meter relay and 4x800 relay Peyton Kuchenbecker – 4x800 meter relay LaRae Van Tassel – alternate for relays BOYS Dakota Bauman – discus Marcus Martinez – 300 meter hurdles and 4x400 meter relay Kyle Schulz – long jump and 4x400 meter relay Nelson Holman – 4x400 meter relay Paul Guptill – 4x400 meter relay Blake Martinez – alternate for relays. Region 7B results GIRLS
The Philip seventh and eighth grade choir performed “Banjo on My Knee,” “Guitar Man,” “Carry the Light” and “Beach Boys Blast” during their spring concert.
1600 Meter Run Pekron – 11th, 6:41.20 3200 Meter Run Coyle – 1st, 13:22.80 4x100 Meter Relay Philip (Van Tassel, Olivier, Dekker, S. Johnson) – 6th, 58.20 4x200 Meter Relay Philip (Van Tassel, Brett Carley, Arampatzis, M. Johnson) – 3rd, 1:55.40 4x400 Meter Relay Philip (J. Guptill, T. Guptill, M. Johnson, Iwan) – 1st, 4:18.00 4x800 Meter Relay Philip (M. Johnson, Kuchenbecker, E. Coyle, Iwan) – 2nd, 10:20.90 1600 Sprint Medley Philip (Van Tassel, Carley, M. Johnson, Kuchenbecker) – 3rd, 4:45.10 Shot Put Dakota Bauman – 3rd, 41’7” Quade Slovek – 5th, 39’6” Seth Haigh – 11th, 34’2” Discus Bauman – 1st, 135’4” Slovek – 3rd, 123’0” Sam Haigh – 7th, 112’6” Long Jump Kyle Schulz – 1st, 19’0” Triple Jump Schulz – 3rd, 36’8” Pole Vault Cooper West – 3rd, 8’0” 110 Meter Hurdles Paul Guptill – 4th, 17.7 300 Meter Hurdles Guptill – 3rd, 43.5 Marcus Martinez – 5th, 48.2 100 Meter Dash Grady Carley – 15th, 13.63 200 Meter Dash Carley – 17th, 28.20 Keegan Burnett – 19th, 29.00 Jace Giannonatti – 20th, 29.70 400 Meter Dash Burnett – 9th, 1:05.0 Giannonatti – 10th, 1:05.5 Carley – 10th, 1:05.5 800 Meter Run Nelson Holman – 3rd, 2:13.2 Garrett Snook – 8th, 2:27.4 West – 11th, 2:46.1 1600 Meter Run Snook – 6th, 5:49.9 4x100 Meter Relay Philip (Gavin Brucklacher, Slovek, Blake Martinez, M. Martinez) – 5th, 49.4 4x200 Meter Relay Philip (Brucklacher, Guptill, B. Martinez, Holman) – 6th, 1:42.8 4x400 Meter Relay Philip (Guptill, Holman, M. Martinez, Kyle Schulz) – 1st, 3:41.8 1600 Sprint Medley Philip (Brucklacher, Slovek, B. Martinez, Schulz) – 5th, 4:23.4
BOYS
Philip Scotties girls’ track and field team.
Interstate information centers
South Dakota’s 12 interstate information centers open Thursday, May 24, to welcome and aid guests as they travel through the state. The centers are open seven days a week, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and are located along Interstates 29 and Interstate 90. More than 675,000 people stop at the Interstate Information Centers each year. Most of the centers close in mid to late September. The centers in Chamberlain, Vermillion and Valley Springs stay open through October because of out-of-state hunters and increased numbers of travelers during the fall season.
Ellie Coyle
Shot Put Tyana Gottsleben – 11th, 25’1.5” Katie Haigh – 14th, 22’1.5” Tyshia Ferguson – 17th, 20’0.75” Discus Haigh – 5th, 88’4” Gottsleben – 10th, 75’1” Ferguson – 12th, 71’6” Long Jump Jordyn Dekker – 7th, 13’4.5” Triple Jump Arampatzis – 3rd, 30’5.5” Dekker – 7th, 28’3.5” Sam Johnson – 12th, 26’7.5” Pole Vault Arampatzis – 1st, 10’0” Olivier – 2nd, 7’6” Cheyenne Pinney – 5th, 6’6” 100 Meter Hurdles J. Guptill – 1st, 15.50 S. Johnson – 11th prelimiary, 21.84 300 Meter Hurdles J. Guptill – 1st, 49.00 T. Guptill – 2nd, 52.00 100 Meter Dash T. Guptill – 5th, 13.70 Brett Carley – 11th preliminary, 14.47 Destannie Noteboom – 21st preliminary, 15.42 200 Meter Dash J. Guptill – 1st, 26.80 Noteboom – 14th, 13.90 400 Meter Dash Coyle – 8th, 1:09.40 800 Meter Run Allison Pekron – 9th, 3:01.80
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Section “B”
Moenville News
by Leanne Neuhauser • 567-3325
Greetings from our little corner of the world … northeast Haakon County! This news is being written Monday evening, and it is cooling off with a light breeze. It was one of those days here that make you glad you don't live anywhere else! Beautiful! The inch of rain we received Friday night was sure a blessing … the crops, pastures, yards and gardens all benefited, and I know the rain certainly improved the attitudes around the community. We were getting pretty dry here. More rain is expected later in the week, and every drop will be welcome. While we enjoyed such a nice rain Friday, folks in the Kadoka area weren't quite so lucky. They had hard rain that came sideways because of the strong winds which took roofs off buildings, toppled trees, and generally caused damage. I also talked to some friends who had quite a bit of hail damage in some pastures and alfalfa fields. They are hoping the hail killed some of the grasshoppers … it sounds like they have quite an infestation starting. Graduations, receptions, brandings, family and friends, seemed to be the theme in our community this past week. Congratulations to all the graduates … now on to the next exciting chapters in your lives. The possibilities are endless! Jon and Connie Johnson have a graduate at their house … congratulations to their son, Wyatt. An open house was held at their home in Wyatt's honor on Saturday, and they had many friends and relatives from near and far on hand to share in his achievement. Friends Dave and Belinda Bauer came from Minnesota Friday, and cousin Steve and Lynn Johnson arrived Saturday, bringing Wyatt's grandmother, Shirley Johnson, with them from Minnesota. Friends Rob and Michelle Julian, Rapid City, arrived Saturday also. Wyatt's aunt, Deb, and uncle, Cory Burma, and their children arrived from Nebraska Thursday. The group attended the graduation in Philip Sunday, which was followed by another reception. The Bauers, Johnsons, and Julians were leaving on Monday, and the Burmas will stay until Wednesday. Jon and Connie were headed to Rapid City Monday to watch their son, Avery, compete in the State Golf Meet. They'll spend Monday evening with their friends, Rob and Michelle. Good luck to Avery! Last Thursday was the last day of school for the students at Cheyenne School where Connie teaches … another successful year wrapped up! Dick and Gene Hudson were busy helping with the reception for their grandson, Wyatt, and hosting some of the relatives at their home. Gene said they have been enjoying garden lettuce and spinach … it is self seeded, so it gets an early start. Nels and Dorothy Paulson have been making regular trips to town where a local dealership is trying to diagnose and fix a squeak in their four wheeler … no luck so far. They attended the reception for Wyatt Johnson Saturday afternoon. There was no church service at Deep Creek Sunday, so they had a
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Don and Tami Ravellette, Philip, S.D., are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Tonya, to Joe Kruger, son of Greg and Peggy Kruger, Ellsworth, Minn. Tonya is a 2003 graduate of Philip High School. She graduated from the University of South Dakota with a degree in accounting and is currently employed at Eide Bailly in Sioux Falls, S.D. Joe is a 2003 graduate of Adrian High School, Minn. He graduated from Southwest Minnesota State University and is currently employed as an elementary teacher in Sisseton, S.D. A July 7, 2012, wedding is being planned in Philip.
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leisurely day at home. Nels and several other gentlemen from the neighborhood were heading to the Sansarc Cemetery to do some mowing Monday morning. Dorothy was home entertaining staying "Arthur" (arthritis) … not her favorite guest by any means! Dorothy Paulson told me that friends Leo and Mary Anne Stoner have moved from their farm east of Pierre to an apartment in Philip. I don't have any details, but I'll bet they enjoy being back in the familiar community. Best wishes to them! Lola Roseth and Linda Smith were in Sioux Falls earlier in the week attending an emergency management conference. Friday, Duane and Lola's daughter Kayce Gerlach and her husband, John, arrived at the ranch. They came to help Lola celebrate her birthday. They brought food and did all the cooking while they were at the ranch, and they also painted some ceilings for Lola … what a gift! Kayce, John, Lola and Duane attended the reception for Wyatt Johnson Saturday afternoon. Sunday, Duane and Lola were in Kadoka to attend a graduation reception for Brian Schofield. Brian is the grandson of Sophie (Roseth) Foley and the son of Renee and Jeff Schofield. On the way back to the ranch, Duane and Lola stopped in Philip to visit their daughter-inlaw, Jackie, and grandson Royce. Their son, Thor, was busy finishing up duties following the machinery auction in Philip Saturday. Duane and Lola also visited Roy Roseth while they were in Philip. Lola said their son, Rhett, will officially become a homeowner Thursday, so she'll be going up to help him get settled. Congratulations, Rhett! Coreen Roseth went to the potluck lunch at Cheyenne School Thursday. Her granddaughter, Bobbi, is a student there. Saturday, Kristin (Roseth) Martin and children came to the ranch, and they all went to the open house for Wyatt Johnson. Following the open house, Coreen, Kristin and children visited with Jodi Roseth's mother, sister and nephew who were visiting from Minnesota. Coreen, Kristin and Fayth attended the graduation reception for Brian Schofield in Kadoka Sunday afternoon. Billy and Arlyne Markwed helped with the auction in Philip Saturday. Jeff and Kim (Markwed) Marso arrived from Missoula Saturday to spend some time with Billy and Arlyne. Jeff traveled to Pierre Sunday to visit his family there, and Kim's son, Trent, came to the ranch Sunday from his home in Aberdeen. Trent returned to his home Monday, and Jeff and Kim will be traveling to Aberdeen Tuesday. Jeanine Gabriel and children, along with Jeanine's mother, went to the Sioux Falls area Thursday to be on hand for a graduation there this weekend. They returned Sunday. Jeanine's mother traveled on to her home in Spearfish, taking Jeanine and T.J.'s two older children with her. The kids, Dylan and Kori, will be spending a few days in
the Whitewood area with T.J.'s father, Larry Gabriel, and his wife, Jen. Great-grandson Kyler spent Monday with Arlyne. Shirley Halligan went to Pierre Wednesday and took her father-inlaw, Ken Halligan, to the visitation for Mrs. Ledbetter, who was a neighbor of Ken's at Parkwood. Shirley attended funeral services on Thursday before returning to the ranch. Saturday, Frank and Shirley went to an open house at the new school in Faith. On the way home, they attended the open house for Wyatt Johnson and then stopped at Lee and Mary Briggs' home to see their new deck. Sunday was spent in town doing yard work at their home there. Ray and Nancy Neuhauser had a visit from Nancy's niece, Marlys Keller, and her husband, Rich. They came from Arizona, headed for their home in North Dakota. Thursday, Ray and Nancy rode the senior citizen's bus to Vivian to the Norwegian Independence Day celebration. "Fingers" Lindquist provided the entertainment … Nancy said he played the piano very well, including several "tricks," such as playing with a sheet covering the keys. Saturday, Nancy worked for the South Dakota Beef Council for a couple of hours, and then she and Ray headed to the Black Hills where they joined her daughter, grandchildren and great-grandchildren at the family cabin. They were returning to Pierre Sunday when they had the misfortune of running into a coyote and blowing a tire. Thank goodness for cell phones and roadside assistance (although I don't think either the phone or the roadside assistance were of any help to the coyote). Chase Briggs (as well as many neighbors) commented on the wonderful rain. He said he and his family had been "pretty boring" this past week, but I think they are just a very content young family. And with those three precious little children, I doubt if there is ever a boring moment at their house these days! Joyce Jones attended the end-ofthe-year picnic at the Cheyenne School Thursday. After the picnic, Grandpa Weller picked up Mattie Jones and took her to the Uffda Parade in Vivian. Grandson Luke accompanied Joyce to Onida, where Luke played with his cousins and Joyce attended an Eastern Star meeting. On the way home, Joyce had the misfortune of running into
a deer, which took out the grill on the front of the car. Granddaughter Mattie made the observation that the car now looks like it is "grinning evilly." Saturday, Max and Joyce attended the open house for Wyatt Johnson, and Sunday they were in Ft. Pierre for graduation ceremonies. Lee and Mary Briggs' home was a busy place this past weekend. Their son-in-law, Adam Joens, has been at the ranch off and on for the past couple of weeks helping build some corrals. Saturday, Keva Joens came from Spearfish, attended a graduation open house in Ft. Pierre, and spent the night at Lee and Mary’s. Adam and Keva's sons, Seth and Zane, plus one of their friends, helped with branding at the Mortenson ranch Saturday. Zane Joens spent Saturday night at Lee and Mary’s, and the other two boys returned to Spearfish. Sunday, Rea Riggle, Kinsey Riggle, and Nancy Riggle joined Mary and Keva, and the ladies attended a rodeo at Takini. Cattabrie Riggle was one of the contestants, and she got third place in pole bending … congrats to her! Marge Briggs said she measured 1.01" of rain from Friday night's shower. Her son, Lynn, and neighbor, Helen Beckwith, helped Marge plant some garden last week, and she still has a few more things to plant. Marge's grandson, Casey, was home over the weekend, and he stopped in for a visit. Marge's daughter, Janet, was also home, and she and Casey washed some windows and Janet helped with some garden chores. As I've heard many times … having clean windows gives you a whole new "out look!" I didn't get to speak to Kevin or Mary Neuhauser, but I know they were in Sioux Falls over the weekend to be on hand for daughter Brianna's graduation from Augustana College. That makes three college graduations in three weeks for them and their children! While in Sioux Falls, they loaded the furniture from the apartment Brianna and Sarah were staying in and took the furniture to Spearfish to furnish Sarah's townhouse there. Sarah will begin her job in Spearfish this week, I believe. Kevin was in Pierre Monday evening for a meeting at the Masonic Lodge.
(continued next week)
for Janell (Iwan) Livermont Saturday, May 26th • 3-5 p.m.
The Midland School held graduation ceremonies for one eighth grader and three kindergarten students, Thursday, May 17. Shown are, back: Briaunna Williams. Front, from left, Kaitlyn Schofield, Dane Daly and Cadence Jackson. Courtesy photo
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