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A Publication of Ravellette Publications, Inc., Philip, South Dakota 57567. The Official Newspaper of Haakon County, South Dakota. Copyright 1981.
Freshman Impact: Caught in the moment
A deadly crash occurred behind the Wall Community Center on Wednesday, April 25. The crash was the result of a drunk driver hitting a suburban full of young people. The crash sent seven to the hospital, one to the mortuary and the driver to jail. “I’m so sorry, I’m so sorry,” were the words uttered over and over by Wall senior Alexis Billings who was driving a jeep that had hit a suburban full of her friends. When the 911 call came in, freshmen students from Wall, Philip and Kadoka listened as Samra Trask, who was first upon the accident, described the scene to the dispatcher. Nine-one-one dispatched the South Dakota Highway Patrol, local Deputies from Wall, Fire Departments from Wall, Interior and Philip and the Wall and Rapid City ambulances along with Life Flight. The Freshman Impact: Caught in the moment drug and alcohol awareness program consists of multiple learning stations for students ranging from a course simulating drunk driving to a presentation showing what happens in a rollover if you are not wearing your seatbelt and a mock accident. The National Guard Counter Drug Program from Rapid City brought a climbing wall and a OH 58 Kiowa helicopter for students to experience getting high on life, not on drugs. Game, Fish and Parks explained the importance of wearing a life jacket and protective gear and not drinking while out on the water. The Wall, Philip and Interior fire departments gave mock demonstrations on how they extricate people from wreckages. The Wall Ambulance Service then showed how a patient is strapped to a backboard and loaded into an ambulance. The Front Porch Coalition talked to the students about suicide prevention. Presentations were also given on texting and driving and synthetic drugs. These learning stations were taught by local law enforcement, fire and rescue personnel, and people that have been impacted by the effects of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol. South Dakota Highway Patrol troopers showed students slides of fatal wrecks while Trooper Slade Ross, who is a restorations officer of crash scenes, explained to students the importance of respecting vehicles and others. Ross emphasized the reasons to pay attention to the road and others, along with what happens if speeding and to be observant of road conditions. Ross asked, “Is there anything in this world you need to be an hour early for?” He then went on to say this is why we are here today, all the slides are of people who killed themselves for stupid reasons. As students proceeded to the mock accident, screams of pain, crying and sirens in the back ground could be heard. EMTs, firefighters, troopers and paramedics accessed the most critical and the Life Flight helicopter and a hearse were then called to the accident. After the last victim was loaded into the ambulance and the fatality placed in a body bag, students were asked to line up two-by-two and proceed through the Honor Guard, back into the community center. When the students entered into the grand hall they were met by a coffin with a senior graduation picture placed on the closed lid. Next to the coffin stood Bradey Sudbeck, Kadoka, the young man who was to graduate from high school in May. He stood there with his head bowed because he was the one who was in the coffin. Judge Bob Mandel, Rapid City presided over the vehicular homicide trial of Alexis Billings. Prosecutor Roxi Erickson argued that the maximum sentence should be handed down. Erickson said, “She was the one who got behind the wheel after drinking. She was the one who drove too fast and ran a stop sign. She caused the death of a passenger and left one in critical condition.” Your honor it’s not okay to drink and drive, its criminal. Erickson ended her argument on that note. Dan Van Gorp argued on behalf of his client. Alexis is just a child herself, she is only 18 years old. If given a 30 year term in prison she will be 48 when she gets out. Van Gorp stated, “She is sorry, she will do anything that the court orders, but take pity on her, she is sorry.” Mandel informed Billings that she intentionally and illegally became intoxicated and got behind the wheel. There are consequences for what you did and I sentence you to eight years behind bars. Actors for the mock accident were Cheyenne Deering, Libbi Sykora, Billings, Kailey Rae Sawvell, Anna Kitterman, Kale Lytle, Ryder Wilson from the Wall High School and Tess Byrd, Sean Ireland and Sudbeck with Kadoka High School. As the SDHP troopers said, “If this program keeps just one of our teens from making a wrong decision, it is worth all of the time and money invested.”
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To emphasize the theme of getting high on life no drugs, a National Guard Bell OH-58 helicopter, was on display at the drug/alcohol awareness program. Shown are Hanna Hostutler, left, and Courtney Bartlett acting as pilots.
The mock accident enacted for freshmen students from Philip, Kadoka and Wall is only one part of the annual drug/alcohol awareness program. This year the program was in Wall. Photos by Laurie Hindman
Ravellette Publications earns awards
%&. /+, ."((&*$ *&*" 3" - +(! - * % $"(!&*$ .+(! #+Awards for excellence were announced during the South Dakota Newspaper Association’s 130th convention Friday and Saturday, April 27-28, in Oacoma. Better Newspaper Contest awards were given in categories for news and sports writing, editorial and column writing, photography, page design and advertising. Divisions were made between weekly and daily newspapers, and according to circulation size. Entries for this year's contest were judged by members of the Iowa Newspaper Association. Ravellette Publications, Inc., with its seven weekly newspapers, earned five separate awards. The best news story award for weekly newspapers with under 1,150 subscriptions went to the Kadoka Press for reporting done by Ronda Dennis, Nancy Haigh and Del Bartels. The top story was the chase and apprehension of a murder suspect fleeing through Jackson County and stopped in Haakon County. The third place spot in the same category was earned by Pioneer Review’s Nancy Haigh for the Iwan fire story “Tragedy averted when baby awakens family.” Haigh also took second place for the best Freedom of Information article. Second place for the best spot news photo for weeklies under 1,150 was earned by the Kadoka Press for a photo by Don Ravellette of the arrest of then alleged murderer Thomas Petersen. Cris Allen of the New Underwood Post earned second place for a weekly under 1,150 for headline writing. During the convention, Custer County Chronicle publisher Charley Najacht was elected president of South Dakota Newspaper Association. Najacht and his wife, Norma, also publish the Hill City Prevailer and the Winner Advocate. In accepting the gavel from outgoing President Lucy Halverson of the Lyman County Herald, Najacht emphasized that South Dakota's 130 newspapers are important to the success and vitality of the communities they serve. "Newspapers in South Dakota will continue to be a vital source of information in their communities for many years to come. Our readers and advertisers rely on us to provide local news and promotional services that directly affect their lives," Najacht said. "As long as we provide these vital services we will continue to have a bright future. South Dakota Newspaper Association, founded in 1882 and based in Brookings, represents 130 weekly and daily newspapers with a total readership of more than 600,000.
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FCCLA members to compete in Florida 9
McIlravy inducted into South Dakota Sports Hall of Fame 8
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Kennedy Implement holds annual open house
Koester speaks at AARP meeting
by Del Bartels “Philip is a community that really handles itself well. My wife, Missy, and I are really happy we are here; everyone has welcomed us,” said Haakon County Sheriff Fred Koester. F. Koester was the guest speaker at the AARP/Retired Teachers Association meeting Monday, April 30. He has been the new county sheriff since April 2. Four people have applied for the position of deputy sheriff, and interviews were to be done Tuesday, May 1. Because he was hired to fill the position, rather than going through the election process, F. Koester decided to share the interview decision responsibility with the county commissioners. F. Koester does plan on running for election when the time comes. F. Koester compared his current job with his previous position as Jones County sheriff. “My reception in the community has been good, and that goes for a long way,” he said. “It was pretty quiet the first week, lately it’s been pretty busy. Back in Jones County we were busy all the time. Here you don’t have the interstate, but on the other hand, boy, you have a lot of miles out here.” M. Koester said, “When he was a sheriff in Jones County, it took me by surprize how often he was called out. But, I do know he is good at what he does.” Their family had planned to move out of state, thus F. Koester did not run for another term as Jones County sheriff, but plans changed. He then applied for the sheriff position in Haakon County. F. Koester commented about working instead of being at home, “I think she’s glad I’m not under foot.” “Everybody has their thing, seatbelts or whatever,” said F. Koester. “I spend a lot more time talking to people than I do writing tickets. But, the tickets I do write are well deserved.” He continued, “It hasn’t happened yet (here), but the worst thing would be having to give notification of a death. That is the ab-
New to Haakon County, but not new to the profession; Sheriff Fred Koester, with Photo by Del Bartels his wife, Missy. solute worst thing.” In AARP business, the RTA state convention was held in Pierre, May 1-2. On Saturday, May 12, there will be a clean up day at the Old Schoolhouse Park in Philip, starting at 9:00 a.m. The Country Cupboard food pantry’s backpack program is coming to a close. Before next school year, an estimated $6,000 has to be raised to continue stocking backpacks for needy children each weekend when their parents are at work. According to Carol Hodge, the pantry itself will depend even more on local donation because government commodities and help will not be funded next calendar year. There will be a public forum on the future of Social Security and Medicare, Tuesday, May 15, in Kadoka at Jiggers, starting at 1:30 p.m. The same forum will be held in Philip, June 14, at Pizza Etc. starting at 8:00 a.m. The goals are for people to get information and to voice their opinions. The next meeting for the Philip area chapter of AARP/RTA will be September 4 at the Bad River Senior Citizen’s Center.
Tuesday, April 24, was a customer appreciation time, sponsored by the Philip implement company. Customers and potential customers were offered a roast beef meal, while they talked to employees and to the five company representatives on hand, and looked over a variety of new equipment. Pictured behind a few of the estimated 275 attendees is a 2012 8040 self-propelled windrower. Mark Buchholz, owner/manager, said, “It’s an appreciation for the customers and for the employees, because it is a family-type effort. The main thing is to keep the community successful, and that means everybody working together as a team.” The local FFA and certain individuals volunteered to help serve, “because my employees and I needed to talk to the customers, to thank the customers for their business and wish a good year and best of luck to everybody,” said Buchholz. Photo by Del Bartels
Free estate planning seminar in Kadoka, May 6
An estate planning seminar will be presented at 12:30 p.m., Sunday, May 6, in Kadoka at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church. Though open to all, the seminar is sponsored by the Western South Dakota Catholic Foundation. Lunch will be provided in the church hall. According to Janet VanderMay, the foundation is committed to providing opportunities and expertise as one establishes direction and protection of their personal wealth and to aid individual in their estate management plans.
Philip area blood drive
Hero status isn’t reserved only for those brave men and women who rush into burning buildings or step into the front lines of war. “There’s a hero in all of us,” said Lori Liebman, donor recruitment director of United Blood Services, this area’s non-profit community blood service provider. “Ordinary people are saving lives every day. They do it while they are on lunch break or while they are running errands. They have found the hero in themselves by donating blood.” Several years ago, United Blood Services took the innovative step of highlighting donors rather than patients in its blood drive posters and materials. The organization continues that focus with a new national marketing campaign that invites people to “Find the Hero in You” by donating blood three times a year. “We asked a donor, a young man, why he gives so consistently three or four times a year,” said Liebman. “He said, ‘It feels so good to same someone’s life. Why would you do it just once?” To encourage the habit of blood donation, United Blood Services has expanded its rewards program. Donors can earn points for donating frequently and staying involved year after year. The points are redeemable for movie and restaurant gift certificates and other prizes. You an Find the Hero in You at the upcoming Community Betterment Committee’s blood drive on Tuesday, May 15, from 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Bad River Senior Citizen’s Center. Contact Enid Schulz at 859-2145 for an appointment. Volunteer blood donors must be at least 16 years old, weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good health. Additional height/weight requirements apply to donors 22 and younger, and donors who are 16, or 17 in certain areas, must have signed permission from a parent or guardian. Potential donors can make an appointment at www.bloodhero .com or by calling 342-8585 in Rapid City or 996-3688 in Mitchell. On the day of the drive, call 8592653. Donors also receive a free cholesterol test.
Stewart marks 25 years
Letter to the Editor
Letter to the Editor, Do you fix a hole in your roof when it appears, or do you let it go and never fix it? That is what has been happening to our county roads in this area! There has been no regular maintenance done. Instead of fixing the problem areas when they appear, they are left alone, no maintenance done to them. Those areas that need the maintenance keep growing and their condition becomes worse, till the whole road needs repair. After years of pulling shoulder and no gravel, has gotten us to the so called roads we have today. Narrow rounded dangerous roads!!!! Our roads have gone backwards the last 25 plus years! They have not been improved to keep up with the size of our equipment, trucks and vehicles. These types of road conditions that we have are very costly on our vehicles, trucks and equipment. The roads in this area have seen very little gravel in the last 30 plus years, but our taxes keep going up every year! We did not ask for our roads to have the shoulders pulled, all we would like to see is gravel in the bad spots, roads wide enough for two vehicles to meet and not be at a 45 degree angle or worse when meeting, and roads graded to fix washboards instead of having more created!!!! These types of roads are not only costly to us that live out here, but to those businesses that use them as well!!!! It is time for you as commissioners to start fixing the problems or quit raising our taxes. Regular maintenance is a cheaper approach in the long run. Karen Foland, Midland
Jerry Kroetch, president of Scotchman Industries, Inc., congratulates Richard Stewart for 25 years of service, Monday, April 23. The celebration included cake and ice cream for all employees. Stewart began employment there April 22, 1987. Throughout the years, he has worked in the company’s customer service department. Courtesy photo
Good week in Washington for South Dakota ag community
by Senator John Thune April 26 was a great day for South Dakota farmers and ranchers as two key events occurred in Washington, D.C. that will help our agriculture community breathe a little easier. After months of work, the Committee passed its version of the 2012 Farm Bill. This Farm Bill achieved many of my goals as it saves more than $23 billion; eliminates the Direct and Counter-cyclical Payment (DCP) program, Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) program, and Supplemental Revenue Assistance (SURE) program; includes a strong Conservation Title; reauthorizes the permanent livestock disaster programs I was able to include in the 2008 Farm Bill. The Aggregate Revenue and Risk Management (ARRM) program I introduced in a bill last year was used as the framework for the Commodity Title of the Senate Agriculture Committee Farm Bill, and provided a savings of more than $20 billion. The 2012 Farm Bill includes a provision I authored that will reduce crop insurance benefits for native sod converted to crop production and also eliminates policies that have encouraged the misuse of crop insurance. Inclusion of my provision, offered as an amendment, added an additional $200 million in savings for the Farm Bill. In addition to finding budget savings and strengthening crop insurance, I was able to get language into the Farm Bill’s Forestry Title based on legislation I introduced a few weeks ago that will help the Forest Service more effectively fight pine beetles in the Black Hills National Forest and other forests across the country that face extreme fire hazards. Although there is room for improvement to the committeepassed Farm Bill, I believe it is a strong step toward reforming agriculture programs in a fiscally responsible way. The second key event that took place on April 26 was the Department of Labor’s announcement that it will be backing off of its absurd proposed youth farm labor rule. After working to defeat this out of touch rule, including introducing a bill cosponsored by 44 of my Senate colleagues, the DOL finally caved on this government overreach. This rule, if finalized, would have drastically changed nearly every family farm and ranch operation, and discouraged countless young people from working on farms and ranches or pursuing careers in agriculture at a critical time when the average age of our farmers and ranchers is approaching 60 years old. Although the battle is far from over in Washington, we were able to pass a Farm Bill that saves taxpayer dollars while ensuring a necessary safety net for our agriculture community, and defeat a government power grab.
Hybrid extremes ... by Del Bartels
Have you seen some of the hybrid cars that run on gasoline and electricity? The idea is good, but are the results the best of both worlds, or the worst? I’ve always been taught that electricity can cause sparks and those don’t go well with flammable liquids. Besides, I can’t keep my cell phone charged, much less a car. Hoping to make an even greater fortune selling chicken legs, Colonel Sanders finally bred an eight-legged chicken. Would have worked, too, but he couldn’t catch it. Some wise guy bred a dog with a size three body with a dog with a size nine skin and ended up with a Shar-Pei. Even Mother Nature goofed by getting a duck mixed with a beaver and getting a platypus. Some animals sound like they are already mixed up: catfish, horseflies, lady bugs, elephants and donkeys. What do you get when you cross a Republican with a Democrat? A waste of taxpayers’ money. Some crossover ideas have worked out. Who would have guessed that sharp, fragile glass can be made into safety glass or even bullet-proof glass? One-way mirrors are used by spies, department store security and “cool” car owners. Aluminum is used in beer cans as well as in car bodies. Plastic is used for fast-food restaurant toys, credit cards and gun handles, as well as in car bodies. Some crossover ideas have not worked. The idea of armour-plating zeppelins during World War I never got off the ground. A kosher wine company was soon closed down after trying to sell a product labeled “mazel tov cocktail.” The members of the union of antique clock dealers quickly discovered they could not travel by commercial plane. Some crossovers should not happen. If ethanol ever becomes 100 percent corn, do you drive it or drink it? Hopefully not both. Dissolving thread used by surgeons for sutures should not be used by bikini manufacturers. Prison yard sports should stick with basketball, rather than branch out to such things as pole vaulting and rappeling. Some trades would be nice, though impossible. If you paid politicians the average income of their constituents, they would either really strive to help the economy or never run for office. What would the world come to if all telemarketers had to give out their own telephone numbers? Car designers should have to be engine repairmen for a year on every design they make. Truth in advertising should apply to how much future income is expected from each college course offered. Credit card companies should be held to the usuary limits of banks. What ever happened to the plant advertised in backs of old magazines, where tomatos would grow on top and potatoes would grow on bottom? How about wheat plants on top and peanuts below, for a future peanut butter sandwich? Wouldn’t an orchard of watermelon trees be a fun place during late harvest season? What do you get when you cross an elephant and a rhino? Elephino.
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Betwixt Places News
by Marsha Sumpter • 837-2048 • bilmar@gwtc.net
Thursday, May 3, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •
home. Wednesday late afternoon, Don and Vi Moody packed up their car and headed into Rapid Valley for a getaway partly to celebrate another April birthday – this time it was Don's on April 26th. The big 70. They had plans for running around Deadwood Thursday afternoon and using some special birthday promo points that would have been lost otherwise. It turned into quite an event for Don when Marsha and Bill reached them on their cell phone after Bill's doctor appointment and joined them for birthday supper in Deadwood. Don and Vi returned to Rapid Valley later that evening where the pets were and Marsha and Bill on back to Kadoka. Bill had an appointment with a neurologist Thursday afternoon, as part of the follow-up for the UCLA medical research project. After some testing of strength, speech, vision and other things the doctor said it seems Bill is fortunate to not have any long-term problems from the January stroke. After that, we joined the Moody's in Deadwood. I did have a mission though, trying to find out what it is that takes the back off a mirror. I did that many years ago and it wasn't a difficult process, but I'm sure there was some sort of chemical used. When I checked at the hobby shop where I usually got supplies from some 30 to 40 years ago, the owner remembered the process but figured that OSHA got it taken off the market! Probably right, but I still need to strip off the mirror on a mirror and only leave it on where I don't want the picture showing through. Anybody know what to do? I'm going to try fingernail polish remover or just straight acetone. Thursday arrived as a pretty cool day after temperatures in the mid 80s. The high seemed to be around 54˚. After coffee out, Tony Harty did some business around town and got things put away from his trip to Rapid. He visited Shirley Hair, and Bonnie Riggins was also a visitor at the Hairs. In the Sturgis area, the week started off very warm, with temps hitting 90˚ Tuesday. Then each day got a little cooler. Thursday, Cathy Fiedler had an education class at work at the nursing home. After work, co-workers Sonja, Char and Cathy went out for a treat and to catch up on news since there's no time for chit chat when you are working. Our rain gauge showed 80/100s from the rain we had all day Friday with a high of 46˚. Good thing I got the draws mowed Thursday morning ahead of the rain. The rain put a stop to Bill working, but he enjoyed playing cards in Philip the rest of the week. Tony Harty had coffee out with the guys Friday, then stayed home most of the day doing inside things. He stopped at our place in the late afternoon and also visited L.D. and Shirley Hair when they got home from Rapid. L.D. was called into work flagging on Highway 73 right here at Kadoka for the night because the road was closed. Friday, a beautiful warm rain came with varying amounts. Don and Vi Moody finished up loading some fencing material left at their Rapid Valley place and drove in rain all the way back to the ranch with quite a pickup load of various stuff. They checked their camper and found it was all clean and tidy yet and ready for summer, hopefully to get back into the Oahe campgrounds for walleye fishing. Tony Harty visited Shirley Hair after coffee Saturday. He visited his niece, Kathy Brown, and they enjoyed a two out of three cribbage game contest and Kathy trounced him soundly two games. He attended church in Philip that evening. South Dakota Farmers Union 2012 State Camp is set for June 38 at Storm Mountain Center. You can get more information on this by calling 888-734-8136 ext. 125 or at www.sdfu.org. George and Sandee Gittings' great-grandson, Daniel Jordan, celebrated his third birthday Saturday. Boy, those little fellows grow fast. Now is the time to watch what is said because, anybody with a little one knows, they pick up swear words really fast! It brings to mind a real incident that took place in church one morning. It was Easter and the children were in front for the children's sermon. The pastor, with his microphone on, complimented one little girl on her beautiful dress. The little girl replied,
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I need to do a big correction on my news, but maybe it was a good mistake I'd made. Mother’s Day is May 13. But, if my mistake last week got you thinking, that was good. As buildings are taken out and the face of downtown Philip changes, it is sort of fun to see what it looked like in the early years. This postcard was May 27, 1907. A lot has happened since that picture was taken. After reading Elke Baxter's article about the humble dandelion, I'm looking at our yard in a different light. Thanks Elke for your great article. We used to get lambs quarters for a fresh salad or used it like spinach back 60 years ago. It seemed the lambs quarter grew best in decayed manure and it was something available in early April – after that it lost it's tenderness. Boy, what an honor to be mentioned in Bill Kunkle's guest editorial last week. His articles are always enjoyable, historical writings and the photography is outstanding. Monday and Tuesday, Don and Vi Moody had to change pastures for the yearlings as well as still checking the calving cattle and fencing projects on the ranch. Baby calves are coming much slower now – only a few left. Beautiful warm, balmy calving season weather wise for the area.
Our hijacked travelers, Bernd and Karin Hillmann, Fairfax, Minn., happened in the cafe while Bill and I were having breakfast Monday morning. They were all packed and ready to return home after there were high winds and a possible tornado reported in their area, but they came by our place after it was discovered that both Bill and Bernd had an old car attraction. This time Bernd spent some quality time outside in the shop with Bill before they went on their way home. They called to let us know everything was fit as a fiddle when they got home. Tony Harty stopped to finish giving me his news for the week and Bill went to work for Terry Buchert. Tuesday after coffee, Tony Harty went to Rapid City. On the return home, he dropped off some items for Shirley Hair and visited. L.D. who was already working on construction. George Gittings helped Roseths work cattle near Kadoka Wednesday. Jerry Roseth has quite a large feedlot just on the northwest corner of Kadoka that swells to capacity during the winter and empties out over the summer months when the grass is green or they are marketed. Wednesday morning, Tony Harty discovered, after some assembly required, that his purchase of the day before was defective, so
he made another trip to Rapid and made an exchange. While he was making the exchange, he ran into his cousin, Tom and Helen Harty from north of Philip and then his nephew, John Herber, from south of Kadoka, joined them for a visit. Tony visited with Shirley Hair when he got back to Kadoka. Next door neighbor, Dale Koehn, who was out in his yard when Tony got home so they were visiting when Bonnie Riggins pulled in and they all sat around in the yard. Soon Kathy Brown joined in too. No mosquitoes out yet, so now’s the time to spend quality time outside. I stopped for a visit with Teddy Louise and Roy Buckmaster Wednesday morning. Robin Petersen-Lund was a caller at our place, Robin has completed her doctorate and is making preparations for graduation. She had fun with one of her papers she told me about. Dean Parsons took a drive from Philip to see the country and came over for coffee. Bonnie Riggins stopped by later in the afternoon and stayed for supper with Bill and me. When Bill got home he said he was sore all over from getting the drills going. Sometimes that calibration can just plumb wear you out climbing back and forth off the equipment. But on the bright side, it was working when he headed for
“thank you, but my mom says it a bitch to iron.” Sunday afternoon, Eric, Sherry, Elsie and Loman Hanson stopped by Ralph and Cathy Fiedler's on their way back from Rapid. Eric moved a shelf in the bedroom for them and also brought Cathy the first cutting of rhubarb out of their garden with anticipation for some rhubarb crisp in the near future. Jessica Gittings and Daniel and Greg Womack left for Iowa Sunday morning. Saturday and Sunday, Don and Vi Moody attended the two-day auction held by Piroutek Auction Service at the Wall High School Auditorium. A fairly large crowd was there for both days. They got in on the thick of bidding Saturday – but boy did the Sunday sale bring excitement. They should have taken a truck to haul all their loot. Sunday, Tony Harty went to the Herber ranch to help out with branding. He didn't get to the cattle, but helped Barbara in the kitchen cooking and getting things set up for the crew when they came in. You wonder just how many folks come to help wrangle the cattle and how many come for the vittals. The crew started on the south side of White River with the first batch of cattle. They carried along rolls and some lunch and had to take the long way around because of the mud. The branders, once moved back across the river, came by the house for chow in shifts. Tony said there were 100 that went through the grub line and there were still a few that hadn't eaten. When he got back to Kadoka, he visited at the Hairs and also Russ Hattel before calling it a day. After church, Phyllis Word dropped by with some cherry cake for us and some samples of thread for a project I needed. It's sure nice to have a good neighbor.
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SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH Philip – 859-2664 – sacred@gwtc.net Fr. Kevin Achbach Saturdays: Confession from 3 to 4 p.m. Saturday Mass: 5:00 p.m. Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. (August) Tues-Wed-Fri. Mass: 8:30 a.m. Thurs. Mass: 10:30 a.m. at Philip Nursing Home ****** ST. WILLIAM CATHOLIC CHURCH Midland – 859-2664 or 843-2544 Fr. Kevin Achbach Saturday Mass: 7:00 p.m. (Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct., Dec.) Sun day Mass: 11:00 a.m. (Jan., Mar., May, July, Sept., Nov.) Confession: Before Mass ****** ST. MARY CATHOLIC CHURCH Milesville – 859-2664 Fr. Kevin Achbach Sunday Mass: 11:00 a.m. (Feb-April-June-Oct-Dec) Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. (August) Saturday Mass: 7:30 p.m. (Jan-March-May-July-Sept-Nov) Confession: Before Mass Monday Release Time: 2:15 p.m. ****** FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Frezil Westerlund 859-2336 • Philip E-MAIL: prfrezil@gmail.com SUNDAY WORSHIP: 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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TWO MINUTES With The Bible
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Faith is one of the most precious treasures a man can possibly possess. It is a pity that so few understand what the Bible teaches about it. Faith is often confused with presumption, optimism, determination, superstition and imagination. Actually it is simply believing. This is why we read in Rom. 4:5: "But to him that worketh not, but believeth on Him that justifieth the ungodly, his faith is counted for righteousness." Obviously, faith honors God, while doubting His Word must insult and displease Him. The Apostle John wrote: "If we receive the witness of men, the witness of God is greater.... He that believeth not God hath made Him a liar; because he believeth not the record that God gave of His Son. "And this is the record: that God hath given to us eternal life, and this life is in His Son" (I John 5:9-11). Little wonder that we read in Heb. 11:6: "Without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he that cometh to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him." But why did God give the law, if salvation can be obtained by simple faith? St. Paul answers: "The law was our schoolmaster, to bring us unto Christ, that we might be justified by faith" (Gal. 3:24). "Do we then make void the law through faith? God forbid: yea, we establish the law" (Rom. 3:31). How grateful we all should be that God, in the Bible, has told us about redemption through Christ and how we may be saved by faith in Him! "[Christ] was delivered for our offences, and was raised again for our justification. Therefore, being justified by faith we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ" (Rom. 4:25; 5:1).
FAITH by Cornelius R. Stam
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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Youth Range Day
McIlravy in South Dakota Hall of Fame
Lincoln McIlravy, an Olympic bronze medalist wrestler, was on of 10 people inducted into the South Dakota Sports Hall of Fame during a ceremony Saturday, April 28, at the Sioux Falls Convention Center. The hall was established by the South Dakota Sportswriters Association in 1968. With this latest list of inductees, the hall has 225 honorees. According to the summary provided by the South Dakota Sports Hall of Fame, McIlravy, a Philip High School and University of Iowa graduate, is one of the greatest wrestlers in state history. The synopsis continued. He was a freestyle bronze medalist at 152 pounds at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia. There he beat wrestlers from Nigeria, Turkey and Moldova to reach the semifinals, where he lost in overtime to Canada’s Daniel Igali. McIlravy then beat Sergei Demchenko of Belorussia 3-1 for the bronze. He competed in the world championships three times, earning a bronze medal in 1998 and a silver medal in 1999. McIlravy won four straight United States Freestyle Nationals gold medals (1997-2000) and was second in 1996. He finished third at the 1996 Olympic Trials. Among his major international titles were three World Cup gold medals (1998-2000), the 1999 Pan American Games, the 1998 Yarygin Tournament in Russia and the 1996 Sunkist Kids International Open. At Iowa, wrestling for Dan Gable, he won three NCAA Division I titles and was runner-up the other year while compiling a 96-3 record, the best winning percentage in the storied history of Iowa’s wrestling program. As a true freshman, he came from five points down in the final 45 seconds to win his first title, 16-15, at 142 pounds. He moved up a weight class for his other two championships, going unbeaten as a sophomore (27-0) and senior (22-0). He was a five-time state high school champion (98 pounds in 1988, 112 in 1989, 125 in 1990 and 152 in 1991 and 1992) and had a record of 200-25. He was only the second South Dakotan to ever win five state prep titles. He also was a cadet and junior national freestyle
McIlravy in his wrestling years
College brief
Six hundred and forty-seven bachelor, master and associate degree candidates are scheduled to graduate May 5 from Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, Minn. The class of 2012 includes: Kimberly M. Bouman, Philip, masters of science in education Laura K. O’Connor, Philip, masters in science in education Deborah Dianna Snook, Midland, masters of science in education.
McIlravy today
champion. The hall of fame summary concluded with, McIlravy was a volunteer assistant coach at Iowa and also a resident men’s freestyle coach at the Olympic Training Center. McIlravy was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2010.
Senate Ag Committee passes 2012 Farm Bill
Local seventh graders visited Gene William’s ranch near Interior, Wednesday, April 18. The students learned about native vegetation, soils, wildlife, paleontology, cultural resources and conservation and preservation. The goal was for the students to walk away with a better understanding of the Great Plains. The Jackson County Conservation District hosted students from Philip, Wall and Kadoka Area. Jennifer Jones, Haakon County Conservation District manager, attended as a chaperon. She said that one of the activities was for blindfolded students to be predators that were hunting, and they had to use their other senses besides sight in order to capture their prey, the other students. The day included a range of lectures and a presentation on various pelts and horns. Courtesy photos April 26, the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, of which Senator Thune is a member, held a markup and passed the Agriculture Reform, Food, and Jobs Act of 2012. The 2012 Farm Bill makes significant changes and the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) projected it would save $24.7 billion over the next 10 years over the 2008 Farm Bill levels, although through the amendment process that number was likely changed during today’s markup. “Although there is room for improvement to the Farm Bill that passed today, I believe it is a strong step toward reforming agriculture programs in a fiscally responsible way,” said Thune. “This bill will save more than the $23 billion goal we were aiming for while providing a strong safety-net for farmers and ranchers across this country, making improvements to conservation programs, and addressing the pine beetle epidemic.” The Commodity Title of the bill, calls for the elimination of the Direct and Counter-cyclical payment programs and the Average Crop Revenue Election (ACRE) program at a savings of over $50 billion and replaces them with a new Average Risk Coverage (ARC) program (at a cost of $28.9 billion). The ARC program payments may not exceed $50,000 and high earning producers would not be eligible for the program. The Commodity Title ARC program was created using the Aggregate Revenue and Risk Management (ARRM) program Senator Thune introduced late last year and which was scored by CBO as saving more than $20 billion over 10 years. The Farm Bill as passed would combine the current 23 conservation programs into 13 and extend the Conservation Reserve Program through 2017. The CRP enrollment cap will be reduced to 25 million acres by 2017. An amendment was accepted into the Farm Bill which will reduce the amount of crop insurance premium subsidies for four years on crops grown on native sod converted to cropland and reduce indemnity levels, in order to discourage abuse and conversion of grasslands to cropland for crop insurance benefits. Thune’s amendment saves nearly $200 million over 10 years. Language was included in the Forestry Title that will benefit the Black Hills National Forest because it would qualify as a special treatment area. Not later than 60 days after the enactment of this bill, the Secretary must designate at least one national forest in each state based on declining forest health (such as the pine beetle epidemic in the Black Hills), if requested by the governor of a state. This authorization carries an appropriation authorization of $100 million for each of the fiscal years 2013 through 2017.
CITY OF PHILIP NEEDS LIFEGUARDS
LIFEGUaRD applications are being accepted for the 2012 summer season. You must be 15 years of age and able to certify as a lifeguard. applications are available at City Finance Office, located on the 4th Floor of the Haakon County Courthouse between the hours of 8:00 to 12:00 and 1:00 to 5:00, Monday through Friday, or by calling 859-2175. applications will close at 5:00 p.m. on MaY 18th, 2012. Lifeguard, CPR & First aid classes will be offered May 29th-31st, 2012. For more information and to register, please contact the City Finance Office at 859-2175.
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Proposed child labor rules on the farm abandoned
South Dakota Farmers Union President Doug Sombke released the following statement after the United States Department of Labor announced it was abandoning efforts to change rules governing youth who work in agriculture. The rules, as proposed, would have prevented young people under the age of 16 from working on a farm that was not owned by their parents. They also would have prevented anyone under 16 from operating power-driven equipment, even if their parent owned the farm. The rules would have prevented children under 16 from tending to any livestock over the age of six months. “I applaud the Department of Labor and the Obama administration for listening to farmers and ranchers across the country and not pursuing any further action on these proposed rules,” Sombke said. “Our youth are so important to the future success of the agriculture industry, and putting up barriers that would prevent them from working on the farm would have been detrimental to the entire industry.” “Farmers Union was a vocal opponent to these proposed rule changes, arguing that our young people need to be able to get their hands dirty and learn the job if they could ever expect to someday work in agriculture or take over the farm for themselves,” Sombke said. “I’m encouraged by the fact that the administration was open to listening to the concerns of our agricultural producers and decided to leave the rules the way they are.” Senator John Thune, a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, said the Obama Administration’s announcement that it will withdraw its proposed Department of Labor rule that would prevent youth from participating in many commonplace work activities on family farms is a victory in the war against America’s heartland. Thune, who is leading the Senate effort against the DOL’s attack on rural life, introduced legislation on March 21 to prevent the rule from being implemented. His bill currently has 46 cosponsors, including five Democrats. “I am pleased to hear the Obama Administration is finally backing away from its absurd 85 page proposal to block youth from participating in family farm activities and ultimately undermine the very fabric of rural America, but I will continue working to ensure this overreaching proposal is completely and permanently put to rest,” said Thune. “The Obama DOL’s youth farm labor rule is a perfect example of what happens when government gets too big.” Last year, DOL Secretary Hilda Solis proposed rules that would restrict family farm operations by prohibiting youth under the age of 18 from being near certain age animals without adult supervision, participating in common livestock practices such as vaccinating, and handling most animals more than six months old, which would severely limit participation in 4-H and FFA activities and restrict their youth farm safety classes; operating farm machinery over 20 power take-off (PTO) horsepower; completing tasks at elevations over six feet high; and working at stockyards and grain and feed facilities. The language of the proposed rule is so specific it would even ban youth from operating a battery powered screwdriver or a pressurized garden hose.
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City of Philip residents are welcome to bring rubble site acceptable items free of charge to the City Rubble Site on Friday, May 11th & Saturday, May 12th between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. (Rain Date: Friday, May 18, & Saturday, May 19, 2012.) The Rubble Site accepts the following items: scrap metal, furniture, mattresses, grass clippings, leaves, tree branches, appliances (refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners must be certified that they are freon free!) Items that can be deposited in your household garbage include, but are not limited to: Plastic, Clothing, Televisions, Computers and regular Household Waste. The City Rubble Site does not accept tires, vehicles or construction materials during these days. Newspapers & cardboard can be deposited in the Recycling Dumpsters located at the intersection of E. Oak St. and S. Auto Ave.
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Sports & School Activities
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State FCCLA convention in Sioux Falls Four Philip Scotties team earn SDHSAA
academic achievement team awards
The South Dakota High School Activities Association has recognized winter fine arts and athletic teams across the state for those teams’ academic achievements. Philip has earned four different Academic Achievement Team Awards. Those groups are the vocal solo-ensemble group, the one-act play group, the boys’ basketball team and the wrestling team. All varsity fine arts groups and athletic teams that achieve a combined grade point average of 3.0 or highter are eligible to receive the SDHSAA team award. This program provides high school students with the opportunity to prove they can be successful in both academics as well as in athletic and fine arts activities.
Philip JV/JH golfers at Wall
A junior varsity and junior high golf meet was held in Wall for Philip and Wall golfers, Thursday, April 26. The Philip boys’ JV team was lead by Gavin Snook, who shot a nine-hole total of 60. Dustin Hand finished with a 64, while Carl Poss totaled 66 and Josh Quinn ended with a 68. The girls’ JV second place spot was claimed by Philip’s Peyton DeJong, who completed her nine holes with a score of 79. Philip’s Logan Hand shot a 59 to win the boys’ junior high division. Teammate Trew DeJong finished in fourth place with a total of 66. The Philip girls’ junior high lone golfer was Jane Poss. She finished with a 95.
Back row, from left: Amanda McIlravy, Peyton DeJong, Katelyn Enders, Samantha Huston, Tara Cantrell, Kelsie Kroetch, Bailey Radway, Sayde Slovek, Holly Iwan, LaRae Van Tassel, Afton Burns, Brett Carley, Tyana Gottsleben, Katlin Knutson and advisor Brigitte Brucklacher. Front: Gavin Brucklacher, Nelson Holman, Blake Martinez, Tristen Rush, Paul Guptill and Todd Antonsen. run offs. Their team received a Top Superior Gold. Their topic was recycling. The junior illustrated talk teams received gold ratings: Paul Guptill, Katlin Knutson and Todd Antonsen on their subject of road rage and Peyton DeJong and Amanda McIlravy on the topic of energy drinks. The senior illustrated team of Holly Iwan and Bailey Radway received a silver rating. Katelyn Enders, Tara Cantrell and Samantha Huston, competing in the National Programs in Action STAR Event receiving a silver rating. LaRae Van Tassel competed in the Life Event Planning STAR Event and received a siver rating. Gavin Brucklacher was selected as one of 12 members of the South Dakota peer education community team. He went through an application, interview and test process to be selected for the team. Brigitte Brucklacher, Philip advisor, was recognized as one of the top five outstanding advisors in South Dakota. Sayde Slovek, Philip FCCLA president, accepted the Merit Chapter Award for the Philip chapter. Philip was one of 11 chapters in South Dakota to be recognized for outstanding program of work. Also attending the state meeting were Emma Slovek, judge, and Amy Kroetch and Amber Rush, parent chaperones. South Dakota FCCLA members presented the Children's Miracle Network with a check of over $20,000 from fundraising efforts during the year. Each dollar was represented by a link in a paper chain which was displayed around the conference center.
Of Interest to Veterans
– ACLU forced land exchange –
by Norris Preston past national vice-commander the American Legion The 11-year battle over the Mojave Desert Veterans Memorial removal and transfer has finally come to an end. The United States District Court for the Central District of California approved and signed a settlement agreement between the Department of Justice and the American Civil Liberties Union to exchange one acre of land at Sunrise Rock for a donated object of equal value. The original memorial site on Sunrise Rock will move to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 385E in Barstow, Calif., so the post can restore the memorial. Litigation surrounding the Mojave Desert Veterans Memorial has been ongoing since March 2001, when a lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, arguing that the display of a cross in the memorial violated the Establishment Clause of the U.S. Constitution. In April 2010, the Supreme Court reversed a lower court decision, sending the case back to the district court to reconsider the land exchange. Had the Supreme Court not reversed the decision, the seven-foot tall cross, which has been honoring veterans for 78 years, could have been removed. The National Park Service will oversee the land exchange completed before the end of the year. Once complete, the National Park Service will install a privacy fence around the land, while the Liberty Institute and the VFW hall plan to host a ceremony, rededicating the Mojave Desert Veterans Memorial.
Lions Club donates trees
From left: Nelson Holman, Blake Martinez and Tristen Rush, as state champions will go to nationals to compete in junior illustrated talks. Courtesy photos The South Dakota Family, Career and Community Leaders of America state meeting was held in Sioux Falls, Sunday through Tuesday, April 22-24. The Philip FCCLA chapter had 21 members attend. On the Sunday night opening session, members received a keynote message from Jamie Utt. Throughout Monday, members could attend workshops presented by South Dakota State University Extension Services, Peer Education Teams, and Children’s Miracle Network presentation by Amy Sumner. State champions in junior illustrated talk were Nelson Holman, Blake Martinez and Tristen Rush. They will compete for South Dakota at the National FCCLA meeting held in Orlando, Fla., July 8-12. They competed against 116 other teams consisting of 185 members from across the state. They went through three rounds of competition to finally win the event. Their topic was distracted driving. This is the third year in a row Philip has qualified a team for nationals. Kelsie Kroetch was installed as South Dakota FCCLA first vice president. She will serve as one of 10 state officers for 2012-2013 and represent South Dakota at the national meeting in Orlando. The junior illustrated talk team of Afton Burns, Tyana Gottsleben and Brett Carley were one of 14 teams competing in the national
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Scottie girls take second at Chamberlain
The Philip Scotties competed in the Chamberlain Invitational Track Meet, Saturday, April 21. “Josie Guptill broke the school record in the 100 hurdles, old time 15.7, now 15.6, and she was the record holder before,” said Tom Parquet, Philip’s head coach. The boys’ team placed fifth, with a total of 39.5 points. Chamblerlain took first place with 96 points. The girls’ team placed second, with a total of 85 points. This was one point less than Kadoka’s 86 points that gave them first place. BOYS
Schulz) – 4th, 3:53.0 Medley Relay Philip (Brucklacher, Slovek, Guptill, Schulz) – 5th, 4:17.0 Discus Tyana Gottsleben – 6th, 86’7” Long Jump Ariana Arampatzis – 3rd, 14’11” Triple Jump Arampatzis – 2nd, 32’2.75” 100 Meter Hurdles Jose Guptill – 1st, 15.59 300 Meter Hurdles J. Guptill – 1st, 49.2 Arampatzis – 2nd, 51.23 Tia Guptill – 4th, 56.22
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Discus Sam Haigh – 2nd, 118’8” Quade Slovek – 4th, 113’2” Long Jump Kyle Schulz – 2nd, 19’8” 300 Meter Hurdles Marcus Martinez – 4th, 45.06 800 Meter Dash Nelson Holman – 4th, 2:14.9 4x100 Meter Relay Philip (Paul Guptill, M. Martinez, Gavin Brucklacher, Blake Martinez) – 4th, 49.55 4x200 Meter Relay Philip (Guptill, Schulz, B. Martinez, Holman) – 6th, 1:42.7 4x400 Meter Relay Philip (Guptill, Holman, B. Martinez,
3200 Meter Run Ellie Coyle – 5th, 12:58.9 4x100 Meter Relay Philip (Brett Carley, Kaci Olivier, Rachel Kochersberger, LaRae Van Tassel) – 5th, 59.86 4x200 Meter Relay Philip (Misty Johnson, Van Tassel, Holly Iwan, J. Guptill)– 2nd, 1:56.1 4x400 Meter Relay Philip (J. Guptill, T. Guptill, Johnson, Iwan)– 1st, 4:23.7 4x800 Meter Relay Philip (Katlin Knutson, Coyle, Johnson, Peyton DeJong) – 2nd, 10:58.1 Medley Relay Philip (Van Tassel, Carley, Johnson, Iwan) – 2nd, 4:49.2.
Kevin M. Schulz began his service date with the United States Army National Guard in August 2011. He currently holds the rank of private and his service specialty is petroleum supply specialist. His current assignment is at Fort Lee, Va. He is the son of Larry and Rose Ann Schulz, Philip.
Philip Pearson and Carol Hodge represented the Wall Lions Club as they gave sapling evergreen trees to each of the Philip fourth grade students, Wednesday, April 25. The Lions also gave trees to the three Milesville fourth graders. The saplings are currently about 18 inches in length. “We are giving you each a tree to plant on Friday (Arbor Day). You can plant it anywhere you want, only somewhere that you can take care of it,” said Hodge. “The instructions for planting are on the package. Mostly they want water. This is your tree. This year we are going to try to plant more than a million trees in the nation.” The motto for the tree planting program is ‘Plant me, water me, feed me, love me.’ Coincidentally, Hodge’s mother, Hilda Keyser, once taught fourth grade in Philip. Pearson has been a Lions member for 40 years. A future project for the Lions is, with the Wall City Council’s permission, to erect shade canopies over some public picnic tables. Photo by Bartels
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