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A Publication of Ravellette Publications, Inc., Philip, South Dakota 57567. The Official Newspaper of Haakon County, South Dakota. Copyright 1981.
Number 5
Volume 107
September 27, 2012
continued on page 2
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by Del Bartels
Saturday, September 29, will be
the final day of Milesville Postmas-
ter Gayla Piroutek fulfilling the of-
ficial duties that she has done for
the last 33 years. Piroutek is retir-
ing.
A community gathering at the
Milesville Hall was held on
Wednesday, September 26, to
honor her years of service.
Originally established in 1907,
Milesville Post Office, 20318
Milesville Road, Milesville, SD
57553, has for many years been
open from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.,
Monday through Saturday. Pat
Hanrahan has been assisting with
the post office duties.
Piroutek believed that the
Milesville office is the only one in
South Dakota that does not have
post office boxes. All the Milesville
customers get their mail by way of
mail carrier.
Piroutek said that the USPS has
not found anyone else to operate
the local office yet. It is not closed
completely, but will not be open for
business. The office is under an
emergency suspension. Piroutek
had been lead to believe that emer-
gency suspensions can go on for
years, until the office reopens or
until the postal service drops the
post office.
Steve Carter, manager of post of-
fice operations for western South
Dakota, based out of Rapid City,
has been Piroutek’s superior.
Peter Nowacki, Minneapolis,
Minn., with the USPS has more
than 1,900 post offices in his terri-
tory. He stated that operations at
the Milesville Post Office are cur-
rently located in the residence of
the current postmaster. When
Piroutek retires, the postal services
will no longer have access to that
facility and it cannot yet find a
suitable replacement. Delivery
service for the community will con-
tinue to be provided by a Highway
Contract Route originating in
Philip. Any impact to the surround-
ing post offices will be minimal.
Though the USPS website lists
possible office closures in South
Dakota for Aberdeen and Pierre, it
does not list smaller post offices
such as Milesville. According to
Nowacki, customers in communi-
ties like Milesville are notified of
possible closures directly by letter.
Milesville postmaster retires
The structure of what was Jim and Thelma Heltzel’s house was torn down September 20. The old quonset building next to
the house was also torn down. Dakota Mill and Grain, Inc., has started to bring in fill material for the leveling of the con-
struction site near the railroad tracks west of the current Dakota Mill and Grain, Inc. When the new grain bins have been
erected and the railroad siding has been put in, then the old buildings of the company’s Philip site will also be torn down.
Construction might begin before the end of the year. Photo by Del Bartels
Demolition, then construction
Terry Henrie, a physician assis-
tant at Philip Health Services, Inc.,
completed a 26.2 mile race, Sep-
tember 22, in full military uniform
and boots as part of a South
Dakota National Guard team.
His team completed the event
with a combination of running and
walking in six hours and 57 min-
utes, winning first place in the co-
ed military team division.
The annual Black Hills Veterans
March, an event open to military
and civilian teams and individuals,
began in 2004 as a way to honor
the sacrifices of the nation’s ser-
vicemen and women. The
run/march takes place each fall on
the Mickelson Trail from Rochford
to Deadwood. Since its inception,
the memorial march has grown to
hundreds of marchers from across
the United States. It is sponsored
by the South Dakota National
Guard Enlisted Association.
Henrie began training for the
event in June, running three to five
days a week. His longest training
run was 17 miles. Henrie, a captain
in the State Medical Command,
was part of the unit’s five-member
team. Other team members were
unit commander Dan Jansen, Eric
Eidem, Sarah Neugebauer and
Daene Boomsma.
The rules require military en-
trants to wear their complete serv-
ice uniform and boots. Uniform
tops and headgear had to be worn
at the start and the finish, and
could only be removed during the
race if the participant carried
them. To reinforce the team con-
cept, teams were required to stay
together throughout the entire
course, and to finish together. Sev-
eral rest stops were available along
the way to provide the marchers
with drinks, snacks, and a place to
stop and change into dry socks or
care for their feet.
According to Henrie and his fel-
low team members, wearing mili-
tary boots was the most difficult as-
pect of the race. Although the team
wore upgraded boots with ad-
vanced cushioning and flexibility,
the weight and friction of the
footwear caused hot spots and blis-
ters. One marcher reported losing
two toenails due to pressure from
boots.
Despite the difficulties, the team
agreed it was a positive experience,
embodying the themes of the event:
test your endurance, exercise your
patriotism, and remember the vet-
erans. Final results and photos are
posted online at www.blackhills
veteransmarch.com.
Henrie in veterans march marathon
First place winners in the co-ed military team division of the Black Hills Veterans
March, September 22. Pictured from left: Eric Eidem, Dan Jansen, Sarah Neuge-
bauer, Terry Henrie and Daene Boomsma. Courtesy photo
Tomilyn Trask fulfilled part of her education observation requirements from
Chadron State College by visiting Deb Snook’s math classes at Philip High School,
September 24-25. This is part of her student teacher training under her education
major. “I come home every weekend, so it was easier to stay here and observe,”
said Trask. “I think Mrs. Snook is the best math teacher in the world.” She con-
tinued, “I started off with biology pre-medicine and then realized I didn’t want to
go to school that long,” said Trask. “And, I like math and it comes easy for me.”
She said that all college students in education must pass a background check
before their teacher observation. Shown with Trask is PHS student Wyatt
Schaack. In the background, from left, are Afton Burns, Snook and Nelson Hol-
man. Photo by D. Bartels
Teacher observation
Badlands National Park will be
joining national park units across
the country in celebrating National
Public Lands Day with fee free
entry into the park.
National Public Lands Day
began in 1994 and is intended to
encourage shared stewardship of
our nation's public lands. Today,
NPLD is the nation's largest
hands-on volunteer effort to im-
prove and enhance federal, state
and local public lands. In Badlands
National Park, volunteers and staff
will be working with park visitors
at the Ben Reifel Visitor Center,
providing information on enjoying
the park’s many hiking, camping
and other recreational activities.
Superintendent Eric Brunne-
mann stated, “This day allows us to
recognize those who protect and
serve our public lands in our own
agency as well as for our partners.”
This year, NPLD will be cele-
brated on Saturday, September 29.
Visitors who arrive on the 29th will
be allowed to enter the park free of
charge. Those who plan to spend
time in the park beyond the 29th
will need to pay the regular en-
trance fee for the remainder of
their stay.
Park visitors are reminded that
the fee-free designation applies to
entrance fees only and does not af-
fect fees for camping, reservations,
tours or use of concessions. Park
entrance stations will have Intera-
gency Senior and Annual Passes
available for those who wish to pur-
chase them.
Additional fee-free days in 2012
will include Veteran's Day week-
end, November 10-12. For more on
what there is to see and do in Bad-
lands National Park, visit www.
nps.gov/badl.
Badlands
free day
Sept. 29
The South Dakota Game, Fish
and Parks Department has been
monitoring die-offs of white-tailed
deer across portions of the state
and must make adjustments to
some West River deer hunting
units.
Epizootic hemorrhagic disease
(EHD) has been confirmed in
white-tailed deer, and many of the
deer deaths being reported by the
public are suspected to be the re-
sult of that disease. EHD is not in-
fectious to humans.
In response to the disease, all un-
sold licenses will be removed from
the following deer hunting units for
the West River deer season: Ben-
nett County – 11A-09 and 11B-17,
Gregory County – 30A-19 and 30B-
19, and Jackson County – 39B-09.
In addition, 200 licenses will be re-
moved for Meade County – 49B-09.
“As the department continues to
monitor the outbreak of EHD over
the next couple of weeks, we will
provide additional recommenda-
tions to the Game, Fish and Parks
Commission at its October meeting
to address East River deer units,”
said GF&P Secretary Jeff Vonk.
“Currently, the department plans
to recommend that the commission
remove all unsold licenses in Bon
Homme, Hutchinson, and Yankton
counties and make significant re-
ductions to leftover licenses in
Brule and Charles Mix counties for
the second draw of the East River
deer season. Between now and the
next commission meeting, we will
continue our surveillance efforts
with the possibility of additional li-
cense reductions.”
Aside from conducting ground
surveillance and collecting reports
from the public, GF&P is also using
aerial flights to help determine the
severity of deer mortalities.
“Reports of dead deer are coming
from across the state, and in some
instances landowners are telling
traditionally hosted hunters that
opportunities will be limited,” Vonk
said. “With that in mind, GF&P is
notifying deer hunters that they
can voluntarily return a deer li-
cense for any season prior to the
start of that respective season and
receive a full refund.”
Hunters desiring a refund for a
deer license should send their li-
cense, including all tags, to GF&P
Licensing Office, 20641 SD High-
way 1806, Fort Pierre, SD 57532.
EHD is common in white-tailed
deer and is typically detected in
late summer or early fall. The virus
is spread by a biting midge and
causes extensive internal hemor-
rhaging. Many deer exhibit no clin-
ical signs and appear perfectly
healthy, while others may have
symptoms such as respiratory dis-
tress, fever and swelling of the
tongue. With highly virulent
strains of the virus, deer can be
dead within one to three days. In
an attempt to combat the high
fever, affected deer are often found
in low-lying areas or near rivers,
ponds and other waters.
GF&P continues to ask individu-
als who see sick deer or find dead
deer to contact their local conserva-
tion officer or call the Pierre office
at 605-773-5913. For more infor-
mation, visit http://gfp.sd.gov/wild
life/ diseases/ epizootic-hemor-
rhagic-disease.aspx.
Deer die-offs; license cut backs, refunds
by Nancy Haigh
The 2013 budget for Haakon
County was approved by the com-
missioners at a special meeting
Tuesday, September 25.
Auditor Pat Freeman noted the
only change from the provisional
budget was $300 taken from her of-
fice’s account and placed in the li-
brary fund to cover a salary raise
for Karel Reiman, librarian in Mid-
land.
The board unanimously ap-
proved the budget.
Kenny Neville, Haakon County
highway superintendent, spoke to
the board regarding site prepara-
tion at the Robb’s Flat location.
Sheriff Fred Koester informed
the commission that Mike Koffler,
deputy sheriff, has resigned his po-
sition. The board approved for
Koester to advertise the position.
The commissioners will meet in
regular session Tuesday, October
2.
Annual budget approved
for Haakon County
South Dakota State University
Extension will host training ses-
sions focused on estate planning
and transitioning the family oper-
ation in Philip, Lemmon, Redfield,
Chamberlain, Yankton and Brook-
ings, beginning October 22.
Sustaining the Legacy confer-
ences have helped farm and ranch
families across the state get started
on their plans by providing the
tools and resources needed to get
started and the know-how to get it
completed, said Heather Gessner,
SDSU Extension livestock business
management field specialist.
“Each session is filled with im-
portant information that can help
farm and ranch families address
questions they may face as parents
or grandparents get older and con-
sider their legacy,” said Gessner,
Estate planning, farm transition
conferences to be in Philip
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I unclogged the drain on the
bathroom sink earlier this week. It
had been getting worse and worse
over the last month to six weeks
until it had become very slow to
empty. Using it required a bit more
patience than I had. It was time or
past time to fix things.
Accordingly, I rounded up the
big pliers-like tool I bought ages
ago after seeing plumber Lloyd
using one like it to good effect
many times. A couple of screw-
drivers were grabbed as well. Then
I cleaned out the vanity under the
sink just in case I made an unmit-
igated mess which was somewhat
likely going on past experience.
Taking a deep breath, I adjusted
the pliers to the size of the nut on
the plastic pipe and tentatively
gave it a turn. It moved easily.
“Oh, good!” I said. The nut on the
other side of the trap moved just as
easily. I could unscrew both of
them by hand from there on.
Oddly enough, the trap was com-
pletely clear. The problem had to
be farther up. I probed up there
with a big screwdriver and brought
some stuff out, but the clog seemed
to be higher still. Standing up, I
considered how to get the drain
plug out since some of those are
connected by complicated screw
contraptions that have completely
defeated me in the past. When I
gave a tug, though, the plug came
right out. “That was easy,” I said in
relief. From there I could see the
obstruction, and the screwdriver
soon had it out. It was a nasty glob
of hair and unidentifiable slime. It
only took a minute or two to re-
move it and flush the pipe into the
pail I had under the drain below.
Mission accomplished except for
reconstruction.
Luckily, the plug snapped right
back in, and the trap went back on
about as easily as it had come off. I
tightened things with the pliers
and tested my work by running
some water through. No leaks. Ex-
cellent! A few wipes with a couple
of paper towels and the job was
done. “That was easy,” I said to
myself. “Why didn’t I do that
weeks ago?”
“Because you don’t have any
confidence in your plumbing
skills,” was my immediate reply to
myself. And that is so. It is not an
area where I shine. I can do such
things, but natural talent, aptitude
and experience are somewhat lack-
ing. As a result, I would rather put
up with the inconvenience of a slow
drain than actually try to fix it.
As you know, a lack of confidence
can inhibit our attempts to do var-
ious things. We might kind of want
to do various jobs or activities but
don’t because we aren’t sure we
can pull it off. Dealing with electri-
cal matters certainly falls into that
category with me. I’m not very con-
fident when it comes to plumbing,
but double or triple that with elec-
tricity. You might make a big mess
if you goof up in plumbing, but you
could end up dead through a mis-
take with electricity. I’m not sure
that will ever change with me so I
am not hesitant to call in an actual
electrician if things look somewhat
beyond me. I plan to continue that
practice.
In other areas, though, I can ac-
complish what I want to do if I
work at it. About the first thing I
need to do, however, is relax. If
you’re all tensed up, you can’t do
much. This I learned in part
through playing complicated musi-
cal pieces in public. If you’re too
tense, your music won’t be very
good or you’ll scramble the hard
parts. I have to just tell myself
that, yes, there is a chance I’ll goof
up and embarrass myself, but,
what the heck. So be it. I’m going
to give it a shot anyway and try to
have a good time in the process. A
lot of practice beforehand, of
course, will make public perform-
ance easier.
Public speaking is another in-
stance of where one needs to con-
sciously relax. Seeing all those
eyes watching you could possibly
make one tense. I don’t have much
of a problem with that anymore,
but it was harder to do earlier in
life when I’d had no experience
with it.
You know, when Joshua was
about to lead the Israelites into the
Promised Land, God repeatedly
told him, “Be strong and coura-
geous. Be strong and courageous.”
This was possible for Joshua be-
cause God had promised to be with
him and help him. God promises to
do the same for us if we trust him,
even in everyday matters like
plumbing.
Oh dear! Wife Corinne just in-
formed me that another drain in
the house is having problems and
could use some work. Perhaps I’d
better deal with that while my tri-
umph over the first drain is still
fresh in my mind. As the little
train says in the childhood story
about climbing a steep hill, “I think
I can. I think I can. I think I can.”
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who is organizing the conferences.
“Producers have told me that the
value of this program was $1 mil-
lion, due to the changes they made
to their estate plan and the reduc-
tion of potential estate taxes.”
Extension staff and industry pro-
fessionals will help participants de-
velop the tools they need in order
to face estate-planning challenges
with less stress.
Conference dates and locations:
Lemmon – Ocober 22, 23, 29 and
30 at the SDSU Regional Exten-
sion Center, 408 8th Street West.
Philip – October 25, 26, Novem-
ber 1 and 2 at the Bad River Senior
Citizen Center, 115 S. Center Av-
enue.
Yankton – November 6, 7, 13 and
14 at JoDeans, 2809 Broadway Av-
enue.
Chamberlain/Oacoma – Novem-
ber 8, 9, 15 and 16 at Cedar Shore,
1500 Shoreline Drive, Oacoma.
Redfield – December 4, 5, 18 and
19 at Leo’s Good Food, 602 N.
Main.
Brookings – January 3, 4, 10 and
11 at the Days Inn, 2500 6th
Street.
There is a training cost per per-
son. Registration is required seven
days prior to the first meeting date.
To register, call Gessner at 605-
782-3290. Return the registration
form and funds to Sioux Falls Ex-
tension Center, 2001 East 8th
Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57103.
Each day of the four-session pro-
gram is full of tools and how-to in-
formation families can use to cre-
ate and implement their individu-
alized plan, no matter how big or
small the operation.
Topics for the sessions cover
communication styles, business
structures, goals, asset distribu-
tion, wills and probate, retirement
planning and funding, fair versus
equal distribution, tax implications
for the operation, life insurance,
long-term care insurance, trusts
and other topics as determined by
the audiences.
“Many of the past participants
have utilized the information from
the conference to reduce potential
estate taxes and ensure that their
operation is passed down to the
next generation in a smooth, hassle
free transition,” Gessner said.
All family members are encour-
aged to attend the sessions, and on-
and off-farm heirs are also invited
to learn about the tools and partic-
ipate in the discussions.
“Past participants have used this
conference to interview attorneys
and insurance agents while they
are presenting the basics of using
the many tools available to them,”
Gessner said. “If you are making
plans to retire or becoming a part-
ner in the operation, or if you own
farm or ranch assets, this program
is a great start for you. Our goal is
to give you the tools to develop your
estate plan and the motivation to
get started, combined with some
gentle nudging that keeps you
moving forward with the process.”
Partial funding for this program
is provided by the South Dakota
Soybean Research and Promotion
Council. “SDR&PC is proud to be
one of the sponsors for this year's
estate planning workshops. With
rising land values and profit mar-
gins, estate planning has never
been more important,” said Doug
Hanson, a SDSRPC board member
and a past participant of the con-
ference. “My wife and I have at-
tended these workshops in the past
and have found them very inform-
ative.”
For more information, call Gess-
ner at the Sioux Falls Regional Ex-
tension office at 605-782-3290, or e-
mail to heather.gessner@sdstate
.edu.
Estate planning, farm transition
continued from page 1
Circles ... by Del Bartels
The young mother sat in the hospital bed, holding her newborn and
letting the conversations around her go on. Her husband, mother, sister
and many others were there to admire the baby, but also to catch up
with each other. Quietly she cooed to the tiny baby boy as its family
circled around.
The only one not present was her father. He had been gone now sev-
eral months. She recalled one of her youngest birthdays, when he spun
her round and round in circles on the lawn until both of them dizzily
stumbled and fell on top of each other, laughing. Several years later,
she recalled, her favorite things were for him to stand next to her so
she wouldn’t fall off of the carousel horse or for him to watch as she
clung for dear life to the playground merry-go-round. She remembered
one campfire with a circle of giggling Brownie Girl Scouts cheering
when her dad successfully roasted enough marshmallows for each of
them on a maze-like snarl of a green branch.
Trepidation turned to jubilation as she learned to ride a two-wheel
bicycle. Eventually she improved enough to pedal circles around her
dad as he walked and she rode to go check the mail. Family meals were
fun because everyone would talk and laugh as they sat around the
table. Games that required everyone to play either around the kitchen
table or the living room carpet were the most memorable.
Then, there was the time her father and she stood across from each
other, with mom and sis filling in the circle around the family dog’s
final resting place. Such sad times were rare, but odd times of new ex-
periences filled the years. At her first school dance, her father stood by
the door talking to other parents after dropping her off. A boy asked
her to dance. Shuffling her feet, every time she came around in an awk-
ward circle on the dance floor, she spied her dad pretending not to be
watching. He had the weirdest expression, like sadness and pride
mixed together. In the next dozen years she had done a lot of growing
up. Then, her father danced with her at her wedding.
Her husband would sit across from her father when one household
visited the other. Somehow, them facing each other from opposite ends
of the circle around the family table just seemed right, with the two
men in her life making the ends of the circle stronger. Instead of jeal-
ousy, she felt a deep sense of sharing when sis got married and their
dad danced with her. Now, for the last few months, the empty chair
and silent part of conversations made everything seem lacking, incom-
plete. The circles could never be the same, but maybe sort of.
Now, with the baby in her arms, she grinned and called for every-
one’s attention. She and her husband had decided to name the little
baby boy after his maternal grandfather. Nods of agreement slowly
grew into congratulations and even to a crazy cheer from her sister.
Yes, it was right that some of the circles in her life would carry on.
The Black Hills State University
Yellow Jacket Hall of Fame in-
ductees for 2012 include Pat Gup-
till, Bob Thorson and Todd Hem-
mingson, all of Philip, and Monica
(Headlee) Dorn, a former Kadoka
High School graduate.
Guptill was inducted for his
achievements in track, football and
basketball, including being a four-
year letter winner in all three
sports.
Dorn was inducted for being an
All American cross country runner
in 2000 and competing in three Na-
tional Association of Intercollegiate
Athletics cross country meets.
Thorson and Hemmingson were
members of the 1983 BHSU foot-
ball team, coached by Carl “Duke
Iverson. The team was SDIC cham-
pion with a 5-0-2 record and a 5-2-
2 overall record. Thorson filled the
kicker position and Hemmingson
played defensive back.
Other 2012 inductees were Steve
Harshman for football and
wrestling, Eldon Marshall for boys
basketball coaching, Dana and
LaDawn Dykhouse for philan-
thropy to BHSU, and the 2000
men’s cross country team.
Locals inducted into Black Hills State
University’s Yellow Jacket Hall of Fame
Individual inductees Monica (Headlee) Dorn, left, and Pat
Guptill, right. with Black Hills State University President Dr.
Kay Schallenkamp. Courtesy photos
Hall of fame members of the 1983 BHSU Yellow Jacket foot-
ball team, Todd Hemmingson, left, and Bob Thorson, both
of Philip.
The annual first and second grade boys’ and girls’ basketball camp was held September 13, 18, 20 and 27, from 3:30 to
4:45 p.m. for 32 kids. Head coach was Jenny Terkildsen, with assistant coaches Amber Rush, Terry Holman, Jennifer Jones,
Kim Kanable, Tanya Peterson, Tristen Rush and Nelson Holman. Helpers included Abby Martin, Dilyn Terkildsen, Josie Rush
Basketball camps for youth
The annual third and fourth grade boys’ and girls’ basketball camp was held September 12, 17, 19 and 24, from 3:30 to
5:00 p.m. The 21 kids were lead by head coaches Terry Holman and Amber Rush, and assistant coaches Tristen Rush and
Nelson Holman. Back row, from left: Taylor Hanson, Alyssa Walker, Kelcey Butler, Mallory Vetter and Ethan Ferguson. Middle
and Mallory Vetter.
Back row, from left,
are: Wyatt Schriever,
Colby Fosheim,
Danessa Heltzel,
Kade Fitzgerald,
Jason Davis, Gracie
Fitzgerald, Karlie
Coyle, Levi Williams,
Lane Kuchenbecker
and Layton Terkildsen.
Third row: Luke Fergu-
son, Colden Kramer,
Sarah Huston,
McKenna McIlravy,
Tara Schofield, Kiara
Perkins and Kash
Slovek. Second row:
Tukker Boe, Brit Morri-
son, Jess Jones, Ryker
Peterson, Wakely
Burns, Dymond Lurz,
Rainee Synder and
Taylor Ross. Front: Re-
hgan Larson, Hannah
Thorson, Macy Martin,
Adam Kanable, An-
thony Jindra, Cohen
Reckling and Jesse
Fillingim.
row: Tristen
Rush, Kelton
Quinn, Addie
Johnson,
Kiarra Moses,
Eathan Mar-
tin, Jenna En-
gbarth, Jaida
Haynes,
Ethan Burnett
and Nelson
Holman.
Front: Brin
Heltzel, Dilyn
Terkildsen,
Copper Lurz,
Allison
Williams,
Bobbi Kam-
merer, McCoy
Peterson and
Spencer Ross.
Not pictured:
Brett Daly and
Sawyer Smith.
Courtesy pho-
tos
Matching the Cropping
System to Water Availability
The year 2012 will certainly go
down in the record books as one of
the driest growing seasons in his-
tory, and has also proven to be very
educational. Granted, that may opti-
mistic.
It became obvious early in the
summer that some crop sequences
like corn following corn, soybeans,
alfalfa or sunflower were much
shorter on soil moisture than others.
No-till fields seemed to withstand
the drought better than tilled fields.
Even within fields, large differences
were seen in how well the crops han-
dled the drought, reflecting changes
in soil types and the water holding
capacity of them.
As you look ahead to the 2013
growing season and beyond, if you
planted a crop that failed in 2012,
that may not necessarily be a bad
thing. That may sound easy to say
when you don’t farm, but if you farm
in such a way that a crop never fails
due to drought, you will not take full
advantage of a good year.
Regardless of your farming tech-
nique, good crop rotations have
many benefits; including making the
best use of the rainfall you receive.
Producers in dry areas should strive
for a mix of high and low water-use
crops. Producers in better rainfall
areas will include more high-use
crops.
A good rotation has diversity in
plant types, planting dates, and har-
vest periods. This diversity spreads
workloads and decreases insect, dis-
ease, and weed pressure. Crop rota-
tions also have varying levels of
water use intensity. Dwayne Beck,
Manager of the Dakota Lakes Re-
search Farm, has done some exam-
ple calculations on both the diversity
and intensity of a variety of crop ro-
tations, and has the document avail-
able at: www. dakotalakes.com/Pub-
lications/DI_Sample_Calculations.p
df. The proper water use intensity
will vary from one area to another.
The key is to make use of the rainfall
you receive. As Dwayne Beck says,
when a crop fails, that’s what crop
insurance is for.
Nitrate Testing Summary
We were able to summarize a
large number of Nitrate test results
from the 2002 and 2006 droughts,
due to the cooperation of the Olson
Biochemistry Lab at SDSU. With the
closing of that lab in the fall of 2011,
that resource is no longer available,
but one of the private labs recently
provided a summary of the Nitrate
tests they have analyzed to date.
SGS Labs, of Brookings, provided
analysis of a number of corn, corn
silage, corn stalks, alfalfa hay, grass
hay mix, lambsquarter (weed), oat
forage, oat hay, and sorghum/sudan
grass samples from June 28-Septem-
ber 4, 2012. The samples came
largely from South Dakota, with
some from Minnesota, Iowa and Ne-
braska. The majority of the samples
came from southeastern and south-
ern South Dakota, and the bordering
parts of the other states.
The highest level of Nitrate their
analysis found was 1.14%, which is
well over two times the level that is
considered safe to feed, even when
mixed with safer feedstuffs. The av-
erage level was 0.15%, which is at
the upper limit of safe to feed to non-
pregnant animals, and recom-
mended to be limited to 50% of the
ration for pregnant animals. The me-
dian level, which is the numerical
value separating the higher half of
the samples from the lower half of
the samples, was 0.10%, which is
safe to feed to all animals if adequate
feed and water are available.
Any of the labs will continue to test
forages for Nitrates.
Calendar
10/16-18: SDSU Extension An-
nual Conference, Brookings
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by Bob Fanning
Field Specialist, Winner
Regional Extension Center
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The 2013 park entrance license is
valid from October 1, 2012, through
May 18, 2014. Purchasers of one li-
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half price.
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into designated state parks, recre-
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although it does not cover camping
costs or other fees.
Entrance licenses can be pur-
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by calling the South Dakota Division
of Parks and Recreation at 605-773-
3391.
The 2013 annual entrance license
features the image of a soaring eagle.
Parks near the dams on the Missouri
River offer excellent opportunities for
bald eagle viewing in winter months.
State park entrance licenses
South Dakotans should be aware
of the risk of hantavirus as temper-
atures cool off and rodents move in-
doors, said a state health official.
Hantavirus is caused by a virus
carried by rodents. It can result in
Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome,
which fills the lungs with fluid and
can lead to respiratory failure. Deer
mice are the primary carriers of the
virus that causes the disease.
“Routine rodent control measures
are particularly important this time
of year as rodents look to move in-
side,” said Dr. Lon Kightlinger,
state epidemiologist for the Depart-
ment of Health. “The risk for han-
tavirus is statewide and year round.
It can happen wherever there are
rodent infested buildings.”
People get infected when they
breathe in aerosolized virus from
the droppings, urine or saliva of
mice. Symptoms usually appear
within two to four weeks of exposure
and include fatigue, a fever of 101-
104°, muscle aches, cough, vomiting
and diarrhea. Seek medical care im-
mediately if you have fever, deep
muscle aches, and severe shortness
of breath after exposure to mice.
South Dakota has reported 15
cases of hantavirus and five deaths
since 1993 when the disease was
first detected, including one death
earlier this year. More than 570
cases have been reported in the
United States since 1993, including
a cluster of nine cases this summer
at Yosemite National Park in Cali-
fornia that has resulted in three
deaths.
To control mice and prevent han-
tavirus infection, seal gaps around
roofs, attics, basements, windows,
doors, foundations, vents, air condi-
tioners, under sinks and other pipes.
Set traps where you find mice, nest-
ing materials, urine or droppings.
Wear rubber or plastic gloves to
clean up dead mice or their drop-
pings. Spray dead mice, urine or
droppings with a disinfectant or a
mixture of 1½ cups household
bleach and 1 gallon of water. Soak
for 5 minutes, wipe up with a paper
towel and put everything in a plastic
bag and seal. Put in a second bag
and seal that as well. Clean the area
with a disinfectant or bleach solu-
tion. Don't use vacuum cleaners or
brooms, since they can create
aerosols. Wash gloved hands with
soap and water and wash again
after taking off gloves. Keep your
house and yard free of junk and rub-
bish to limit food sources and nest-
ing sites for mice. Use thick plastic
or metal containers with tight lids
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Friday, Sept. 28: Egg Salad
Sandwich, Pesto Salad, Broccoli
Ham Salad, Spiced Apples.
Monday, Oct. 1: BBQ Pork
Loin, Mashed Sweet Potatoes,
Prince Edward Veggies, Roll, Diced
Peaches.
Tuesday, Oct. 2: Chicken Dijon,
Potato Puffs, Broccoli Au Gratin,
Roll, Cranberry Velvet Dessert.
Wednesday, Oct. 3: Roast Beef,
Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Corn,
Roll, Chocolate Mint Bar.
***
Saturday, September 15, at Som-
erset Court, we had morning exer-
cises with Addie Rorvig turning on
the record and also handing out
bonus bucks for those who at-
tended. Addie, Lucille and I played
a little bananagrams before lunch.
After lunch, Irene Cox, Irene Ar-
bach, Margaret Jacobs and I played
rummi-cube. At 3:00 p.m., the Hal-
ley Sisters came to sing for us. The
group consists of four sisters and
their mom, Lois, who is the pianist.
They sang mostly old favorites
such as “The Red, Red Robin Goes
Bob, Bobbin’ Along,” “School Days,”
which included the addition of a
modern verse, “You’re Nobody Till
Somebody Loves You,” “Writing
Love Letters In the Sand,” “Whis-
pering,” “You Made Me Love You,”
and “Amazing Grace.” Thank you,
we enjoyed your music. Thank you
to Sandy and other staff who
arranged seating and provided
some excellent lemon bars for re-
freshments.
A good crowd attended, Marcella
Kraft, Jim Hilton, Annetta
Hansen, Helen and Irvine Amund-
son, Warren and Joyce Astleford,
Eileen Tenold, Irme Brandt, Marge
Gaffin, Berniece Christenson, Floy
Olson, Edna Wulff, Fred Smith,
Connie Stevens, Maxine Kilmer,
Don Stensgaard, Anne Brink, Irene
Arbach, Myrna Pokorney, Irene
McKnight, Marilyn Butts, Jeannie
Alvarson, Mary Carrier, Mary
Gaffney, Virginia Gray, Lucille
Huether, and Vivian Hansen.
There may have been others that I
missed.
Gwynn Hansen came over and
listened and then we had a game of
scrabble. Thank you, Gwynn.
Thanks to Lisa Denke for your
email and the joke that I had never
heard before. Thanks also to Mar-
sha Sumpter for your neat email.
Ken Monette had visitors at
breakfast, his daughter and one of
her little twins.
Lew’s daughter came for a visit.
Marge Gaffin had company at
breakfast, September 15.
Sunday, September 16, 2012, at
Somerset Court, Marge Self re-
ported that she started reading the
book which M.R. Hansen put to-
gether of Somerset Court activities
from June to September 2012. It is
on the coffee table by the fireplace.
Sunday, September 16, at lunch,
Irene Cox had company in the
Somerset Court guest dining room.
Her granddaughter, Linsy Wathen,
her daughter, Trudy’s daughter,
and three great-granddaughters,
Sydney, Hailey and Macey Wa-
then. The three girls neatly wrote
their names in my book. Thank
you, girls.
At 2:00 p.m., we had church with
Steve opening the service and Jack
Humke played the piano for hymn-
singing. Terry delivered the mes-
sage. He talked about the fact that
God is in us and it is up to us to act
as we believe that God would have
us act. Don’t rust out! Sometimes,
we know what we should do accord-
ing to our upbringing, and the
teachings we have absorbed. Oth-
erwise, we just pray a lot and play
it by ear. He mentioned John:14-
20. Attending non-denominational
church services were Terry and
Mrs. Pulse, (I think her name is
Ardis) Steve, Jack Humke, Shirley
Hodgson, Floy Olson, Fred Ross,
Jim and Eleanor Holmes, Don
Stensgaard, John Buurma, Vir-
ginia Gray, Annetta Hansen,
Bernie James, Connie Stevens,
Blanche Harmon, Mary Carrier,
Jeannie Alvarson, Irene McKnight,
Marilyn Butts and Vivian Hansen.
Thank you all for being there.
My son, David K. Hansen, Ft.
Pierre, came for a short visit Sun-
day. He had had many marvelous
experiences that are most enter-
taining to hear about. He has done
farm and ranch work, been in the
United States Army where he
worked in the Pentagon as a secre-
tary, and has had the opportunity
to study iron work and horseshoe-
ing. He has built fences all over
western South Dakota. He helped
set the scenes for the movie,
“Dances With Wolves.” He has pa-
trolled Houck ranch buffalo herds.
He has met many dignitaries and
flown “National Geographic” pho-
tographers. He has invented a
pneumatic post puller and
pounder.
Monday, September 17, at Som-
erset Court, we had crafts with
Amy. Sandy also helped with this.
The project was making sand pa-
perweights. We had many bright
colors of sand and we could layer
them in slim jugs to suit our fancy.
They turned out very pretty. Resi-
dents who were there were Addie,
Agnes, Eileen, Marge Self, Marge
Gaffin, Mildred Young and her
helper, Kay, and Vivian. After
crafts, Addie, Agnes and Vivian
played a little rummi-cube. After
lunch, Irene Arbach, Irene Cox,
Marcella Craft and Mary Lou Pe-
ters played whist.
September 17, Gwynn Hansen’s
quilting group, project warmth,
worked on boots for troops.
Charlie and Joanne Hathaway
had company in the Somerset
Court guest dining room at the
noon meal Monday. Their grand-
daughter and her two children,
Briar, age two, and Asher, age one.
Betty Downen had company at
lunch, her daughter. Betty had
been gone to Duluth, Minn., with
another daughter and family of
Denver. They enjoyed seeing the
sights.
The Somerset Court Monday
movie was “Grumpy Old Men.” As
I recall, it was quite entertaining. I
hope to see it on Friday, September
21, as I missed it Monday because
I was getting a perm at the beauty
shop. My daughter, Carol, Colorado
Springs gave this to me as a gift.
Thanks, Carol. It really looks nice.
Wayne and Gwynn Hansen
drove to the home of Janice and
Bart Parsons, near Milesville, Sun-
day, September 16, for the gala oc-
casion of the 55th anniversary of
the class of 1957. Some others who
attended were Jack Hansen, Enid
Schulz, Herb and Hazel Sieler,
Marcia and Donnie Eymer, Gale
Gebes, Bob Knutson and friend,
Connie and Billie Parsons, and
Marvin and Phyllis Coleman.
There may have been others there.
Tuesday, September 18, almost
every seat was filled at morning ex-
ercises. After exercises, we played
ping-pong poker with Sandy and
Susan picking up balls and distrib-
uting poker cards. Thank you,
Sandy and Susan, and thank you,
Kay, who also helped. Those who
played were Mary Lou Peters,
Irene McKnight, Eileen Tenold,
Fred Smith, Violet Jenison, Jean-
nie Alvarson, Jim Holmes, Marilyn
Butts, Mildred Young, and her
helper, Kay, Marge Self, Marge
Gaffin, Irene Cox, Addie Rorvig,
and Vivian Hansen. Marilyn won
one game and Vivian the other. All
players received generous Somer-
set bucks for playing.
At Tuesday afternoon bingo win-
ners were Vivian, three times, Mil-
dred Young, Charlie, Marge Gaffin,
Marilyn Butts, and Marge Self.
Thank you to Sandy for calling
numbers and Susan and Amy for
helping. Snack and chat treat was
butterscotch pudding.
Floy Olson’s son, Allen, from over
northeast of Ellsworth Air Force
Base, came to see Floy on Septem-
ber 18. He has been busy fixing
fence where he moves his cows to
fresh pasture for the fall. He runs
mostly Red Angus because he
prefers their dispositions. Though
they are slightly smaller than
Black Angus, he likes their stocky
build.
After bingo, Mary Lou Peters,
Marcella, Sandy and I played ba-
nanagrams for a while. Than M.R.
Hansen came for scrabble and they
went on without me.
Thank you to my granddaughter,
Lisa, for her entertaining email.
Lisa is working on her degree at
the University of Wyoming at
Laramie. Thank you also to my
son, Leslie, who sent a letter and a
story with word puzzles.
September 19, at Somerset
Court, we were entertained by
Women Who Care, a group of eight
ladies from Rapid City’s South
Maple Methodist Church. They
sang hymns with piano accompani-
ment, told jokes, and offered
prayers. Sandy and Susan
arranged seating and provided hos-
pitality. A good number of Somer-
set Court residents. Some of the
songs we heard were “His Name is
Wonderful,” “This Little Light of
Mine,” “Jesus Loves Me,” with vari-
ations, “Though My Hair is White
as Snow, Though My Steps Are Oh
So Slow,” “How Great Thou Art,”
“In My Heart, There Rings a
Melody,” and “God Will Take Care
of You.” Thank you ladies, we en-
joyed your music. The ladies stayed
for lunch at the Somerset Court
guest dining room. One of the usual
bunch, Velma, who usually offers
wise sayings, has been gone to
Alaska for a sightseeing trip for her
90th birthday, and was just resting
up.
September 19, Grace Tillery,
Somerset Court resident, had a vis-
itor at suppertime, her daughter,
Carlene Raper, Rapid City. Car-
lene signed my book, “from one
teacher to another, take care Vi-
vian.”
Ben and Danni Stone were gone
to Lead September 19 were Ben
gave the eulogy he had composed
for the funeral of a lifelong friend.
My sympathy on the loss of your
friend. I feel sure the eulogy was
beautiful.
Mary Gaffin’s daughter was a
Somerset Court for a visit Septem-
ber 19. M.R. Hansen came for
scrabble and our new word was
maria which is plural for mare (fe-
male equine).
Thursday, September 20, a Som-
erset Court bus load of residents
went to the Open Bible Church for
lunch and entertainment.
Wednesday, I went to the after-
noon exercise class entitled fully
fit. It provides different stretches
and weightlifting not found in the
morning exercises. It also pays out
Somerset Court bucks for attend-
ing.
Sandy told me that she heard on
the radio that Rapid City’s School
of Mines has a stronger engineer-
ing program than Harvard and at
a much small tuition. M.R. Hansen
said that he heard that too.
Thank you to Lydia Schulz,
Philip, for her nice note. Thank you
to my niece, Wanda Artz, Hum-
boldt, for a good, newsy letter in-
cluding a card from another niece,
Alma Schilling, Redfield. Alma’s
daughter, Ruth, and her girls, Kim-
berly and Tiffany, are going to
camp out at Lennox for a christian
concert at Sioux Falls overnight in
their 1992 silver-gray four-door
pickup. Sounds larky.
At Somerset Court Thursday,
bingo winners were Irene Cox,
Marge Self, Mary Klauck, twice,
Viola Walker, Agnes Tastad, Sher-
man Ellerton, and Jim Hilton. For
the new residents reception we had
treats of vanilla ice cream sundaes
with chocolate and/or strawberry
syrup. Thank you for the entertain-
ment.
On the new resident’s list at
Somerset Court was Delvin Whip-
ple (He is already gone.) I should
have hollered in whenever I saw
his door open. Also new are Mary
Lou Peters, John Buurma, Mary
Gaffney, Barry and Maxine
Burgess, JoAnne Manlove and
June Bunch (I haven’t seen her
yet.) Mary Lou Peters borrowed
one of my red hats to wear to a red
hat meeting at Spearfish of friends
from Bowman, N.D.
If you have a news item for the
Philip Socials column that you
would like to submit and can’t
get ahold of Vivian, please
e-mail it to:
betty@pioneer-review.com
or call 859-2516.
We will be more than happy to
take your news over the phone!
Lois Shearn
a resident at the Silverleaf before
moving to Prescott Valley, AZ,
to be near her son, Price, will be
celebrating her
98th Birthday on
Saturday, Sept. 22nd
Any birthday wishes can be sent to
her: c/o The Grayson House #104,
7509 E. Long Look Dr.
Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
or by telephone at (928) 775-9221
Lois sends her best
wishes to all her
South Dakota
friends & family!
Tease Salon
HAS RELOCATED
to the former “Galleria” (next to Cabin Fever
Floral, downtown Philip)
–I will be honoring all outstanding
“Galleria” certificates. Gift card must be presented.
Tease Salon • 515-3657 • Philip
Sept. 28-29-30-Oct. 1:
Expendables II (R)
Fri: 8:00 p.m. Sat: 8:00 p.m.
Sun: 1:30 p.m. Mon: 7:00 p.m.
Gem Theatre
859-2000 • Philip
OCTOBER 5-6-7-8:
Hope Springs (PG-13)
OCTOBER 12-13-14-15:
The Odd Life of Timothy Green (PG)
OCTOBER 19-20-21-22:
Lawless (R)
OCTOBER 28-29-30-31:
Hotel Transylvania (PG)
We Are Here
Emily Wickstrom, Rural Advocate
for Missouri Shores Domestic Vi-
olence Center, will be at the
Haakon Co. Courthouse on
~ TUESDAY ~
October 2nd
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
For more information, call
1-800-696-7187
Domestic Violence, Sexual As-
sault, Dating Violence
Emily is also available for
presentations to any group
Wee-Won! Daycare celebrates first anniversary
Erin Fitzgerald of Wee-Won! Daycare, pictured here with some of the children she takes care of, is celebrating its first year
in business. Erin took over the Small Pine Daycare one year ago and is enjoying spending time with her own children as
well as taking care of others. She said that their success wouldn’t be possible without all of the help she receives from spe-
cial grandmas and grandpas and those who donate toys and play equipment. Photo by Nancy Haigh
Church & Community Thursday, September 27, 2012 • The Pioneer Review • Page 5
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. at the Senechal Apts. lobby.
* * * * * * *
TRINITY LUTHERAN
Pastor Frezil Westerlund
Midland – 843-2538
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:30 a.m.
Ruth Circle: 3rd Tues. at 2 p.m.
Nowlin Circle: Last Wed. at 9 a.m.
Rebecca Circle: Last Wed. at 7 p.m. (Nov. thru Feb.);
6:30 p.m. (Mar. - Oct.)
* * * * * *
DEEP CREEK LUTHERAN
Moenville – 843-2538
Pastor Frezil Westerlund
SUNDAY WORSHIP:
1:30 p.m. (CT)
ALCW: 3rd Thursday, 1:30 p.m.
* * * * * *
OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN
Long Valley
Pastor Frezil Westerlund
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 5:00 p.m.
* * * * * *
DOWLING COMMUNITY CHURCH
Every Sunday in July
Services at 10:00 a.m.
followed by potluck dinner
CONCORDIA LUTHERAN CHURCH
Pastor Art Weitschat
Kadoka – 837-2390
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:00 a.m.
* * * * * *
OUR REDEEMER
LUTHERAN CHURCH, Philip
(605) 669-2406 • Murdo
Pastor Ray Greenseth
Sunday Worship Services: 1:00 p.m.
* * * * * *
OPEN BIBLE CHURCH • MIDLAND
Pastor Andy Blye
843-2143 • facebook.com/midlandobc
Sunday School: 9:30 a.m.
Worship Service: 10:30 a.m.
Bible Study: Wed. at 7:30 p.m.
Women’s Ministries: 2nd Thurs., 1:30
ST. PETER LUTHERAN CHURCH
10 miles SE of Midland
Pastor Glenn Denke • 462-6169
Sunday Worship: 10:00 a.m. (CT)
Sunday School: 11:00 a.m. CT
* * * * * *
PHILIP COMMUNITY
EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH
Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip – 859-2841
Sunday School – 9:15 a.m.
Sunday Services – 10:30 a.m.
Last Sunday of the month –
potluck dinner following church services
Last Monday of the month –
Evang. Ladies Service/Bible Study - 7:00 p.m.
Wed. Night Prayer & Bible Study: 7 p.m.
Everyone Welcome!!
* * * * * *
HARDINGROVE COMMUNITY
EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH
Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip
859-2841 • garyaw@aol.com
Worship Service: 8:00 a.m. • Children's Church:
8:30 a.m.
Ladies’ Aid - 2nd Thurs. at 7:00 p.m.
Bible Study & Prayer, Mondays at 7 p.m.
* * * * * *
UNITED CHURCH OF PHILIP
Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310
Home: 859-2192 • E-mail: chez@gwtc.net
Sunday Worship: 10:00 a.m.
UCW meets 2nd Friday at 9:30 a.m.
* * * * * *
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH OF INTERIOR
Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310
E-mail: chez@gwtc.net
Sunday Worship: 8:00 a.m.
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859-2542 • Philip, SD
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Camo
Remington
Son of
Rachel
Kochersberger
Philip, SD
Born:
September 4, 2012
7 lbs., 3 oz.
19” long
Proud Uncles:
Lane & Willy
Maternal Grandpar-
ents:
Tina Kochersberger
Alan Kochersberger,
both of Philip
Maternal Great-Grandparents: Kelly & Deanna Fees, Philip
Evamarie Fees, Arizona; Larry & Phyl Kochersberger, Philip
Maternal Great-Great Grandparent:
Cliff & Ann Fees, Philip
Rachel & Eli Daet, Philippines
This feature sponsored by
Great-Grandpa & Grandma
Kochersberger
At the Badlands Bar
Robbie & Molly Lytle,
together with our parents,
Byron & Peggy Parsons,
are celebrating our
Wedding Anniversaries.
Saturday, October 6th
Food & Fun 6:30 p.m.
Dance to Badger Horse
at 9 p.m.
Greetings from gorgeous north-
east Haakon County. Aren't these
cooler temperatures wonderful? It
is amazing how fast it changes! The
grass is brown and short, and we
are still dry as a bone. It sounds
like there is a hint of moisture in
the forecast, so there is hope. The
trees in the draws are beginning to
turn colors – even the burr oak in
the backyard is starting to take on
its signature red hues. The leaves
on the trees and shrubs are so
wilted, but we have potential – like
the recipes say – just add water!
I have heard many folks say that
there is an epidemic of skunks this
year, and the same is true at our
place. One evening last week,
Randy went out to the shop at
about dusk, only to find a big fat
mama skunk and her baby in the
shop. He went to get his gun, which
caused our dog to head for the
hills – he's not a hunting dog, in
case you hadn't guessed. We
needed to get the skunks out of the
shop before we "dispatched" them,
so our faithful employee, Chauncey
Jorgensen, and his dog, Kate, came
to help. They got the mama skunk
out of the shop, but the baby was
hidden in a back room. After the
baby sprayed its perfume, we de-
cided it could stay there for a bit.
The mama was "dispatched" and
spent the night in the ditch. The
next day, it appeared that our
guests, Barb and Dan, were at-
tempting to teach the skunk to
lead – but they were just dragging
the skunk to the edge of the hill,
using a four-wheeler and a very
long piece of twine. The baby exited
the shop at some point and was
seen a couple of nights later look-
ing for food – the saga continues.
Nels and Dorothy Paulson are
spending most of their time feeding
cattle and checking water. They
went to Deep Creek School Thurs-
day to get flu shots, and Friday
they were in Pierre doing some
shopping. Dorothy attended church
Sunday. Dorothy said she has cats
to give away, if anyone needs any.
The same is true at our house –
wonderful young cats are ready to
go to a good home. They are out-
door cats, but they know how to use
a litter box and are very friendly.
Ruth Neuhauser had a visit from
Dick and Gene Hudson Saturday.
She also enjoyed a visit from her
daughter and son-in-law, Nina and
Lynn Nachtigall, Cheyenne, Wyo.
The Nachtigalls are preparing to
head for Italy for an extended visit
with their son, Troy, and his fam-
ily.
Lola Roseth was in Midland Sat-
urday to attend the free day cele-
bration. She drove the ambulance
in the parade, representing the
Midland Emergency Medical Tech-
nicians. After the parade, she went
to Philip to do some work in her
mother's house. Sunday evening,
Billy and Arlyne Markwed were
supper guests at Duane and Lola's
cabin in honor of Billy's birthday –
Happy belated birthday, Billy!
Tuesday, Lola went to Rapid City
to visit her mother and keep some
appointments.
Workers are making good
progress on the cabin at Billy and
Arlyne Markwed's place. It will be
fun to see it completed. Arlyne and
Billy were at the horse sale in
Philip Saturday. Sunday, Arlyne
attended church while Billy went
to look at some cattle. Sunday
evening, they enjoyed supper at the
Roseth cabin. Steve McDaniel and
Lee Briggs have been recent visi-
tors for coffee and visiting and to
check out progress on the construc-
tion project. Arlyne said Steve has
been helping the Hand brothers
with harvest. Arlyne and I were
discussing the dry conditions and
the fires out west, and she said in
the Missoula area where her
daughter, Kim, lives, schools are
postponing footballs games because
of the poor air quality – too much
smoke.
T.J. Gabriel was in North
Dakota last week attending Angus
tour activities there, and this week
he is attending the South Dakota
Angus tour. He said it was wonder-
ful to see the green grass and good
crops in North Dakota – they are
still putting up hay in that part of
the world!
Dick and Gene Hudson traveled
to Chamberlain Wednesday to keep
a doctor's appointment. From
there, they went on to Brookings to
be on hand for Eminent Farmer
and Eminent Homemaker cere-
monies later in the week. They
were houseguests of their friends,
the VanderWals. Dick and Gene's
grandson, Wyatt Johnson, attends
college at South Dakota State Uni-
versity, so Dick and Gene got to
treat Wyatt to supper Wednesday
evening and got to spend the day
with him Thursday. Gene and
Wyatt toured McCrory Gardens
Thursday. Gene said they have a
beautiful new education and visi-
tor's center there. Friday, they at-
tended the annual Eminent
Farmer and Homemaker program,
where their friend, Gail Brock, was
honored. Following the ceremony,
they held a small reception at
Gail's home. Saturday, Dick and
Gene had lunch with Wyatt before
heading for home. They stopped in
Highmore and spent some time vis-
iting with Ruth Neuhauser.
Clark and Carmen Alleman went
to Brookings over the weekend to
attend the wedding of Ann Martin,
daughter of their friends, Jim and
Reyna Martin. The wedding was
held at Lake Poinsett – a beautiful
venue. They returned home Sun-
day. Monday, they were in Rapid
City to keep appointments.
According to Laura Alleman, she
and Clint are keeping busy with
everyday life. They made a few
trips to town for parts, but the
main activity these days involves
potty training for their daughter,
Alivya, which seems to be going
very well. Laura says it is a learn-
ing experience for all of them! Fri-
day, they went to the Midland mar-
ket for some goodies, treasures,
and fun, enjoying dinner in Mid-
land before returning home. Satur-
day, they traveled to Lake Poinsett
for the wonderful wedding of Ann
Martin, staying overnight. Sunday,
they drove down to Madison and
visited with Laura's sister, Amy
Yost. Following lunch and a little
shopping, they decided to come
back to "paradise." (Aren't we lucky
to live in a place we love?)
Max and Joyce Jones are keep-
ing busy – Joyce said it seemed like
she was in town every day last
week. Wednesday, she kept ap-
pointments, Thursday she at-
tended Eastern Star, and Friday
they took in the homecoming activ-
ities in Ft. Pierre. They got to stay
home Saturday, which was a treat!
The grandkids are busy with school
and activities. The other day,
grandson Luke and his father,
Todd, were doing some snake hunt-
ing – evidently there are several
snake dens in the area, and this is
a good time of year to "dispatch"
some of those things, too! (I would-
n't know about snake hunting – if
there is a snake in my general
area, I generally head for another
area!)
Kevin and Mary Neuhauser were
in Midland Saturday to attend the
free day activities. Kevin brought
three of his restored John Deere
tractors to the parade, and his
cousins, Randy and Dan
Neuhauser, helped drive them.
Sunday, their project for the day
was painting their house in Pierre.
Thanks to the help of their children
and their children's friends, what
could have been a two-day project
was accomplished by late after-
noon! Thank goodness for youthful
energy!
Lee and Mary Briggs returned
last Wednesday from a trip to Bal-
timore, Md. They were attending a
meeting of the National Telephone
Cooperative Association. Mary said
she had a great time, doing a lot of
walking and seeing some of the
sights. She also took a harbor tour.
One day the area had heavy rain,
which was also fun for them to see!
After they returned home Wednes-
day, Lee attended a crop insurance
meeting. Saturday, Lee and Mary
were in Wall for the Golden West
annual meeting – Lee is a member
of the board of directors. Mary said
it was a good meeting, and the en-
tertainment was great.
Our week here was busy with
hunters, company, and cattle work-
ing. A group of hunters left Tues-
day afternoon, and Randy's cousin,
Dan, and wife Barb Neuhauser,
Olympia, Wash., arrived later that
afternoon. We gathered cattle on
Thursday and weaned and preg
tested Friday. Saturday, Dan and
Barb and Randy and I attended
free day activities in Midland. It
was a great celebration, and we got
to see a lot of folks that we don't see
very often. It was especially fun to
see all the young kids running and
playing, riding bikes and taking
part in the games. Midland does a
great job of organizing their annual
celebration. Sunday, Clayton
Neuhauser and his friend, Mary,
were here, dropping off a camper to
be stored for the winter. Clayton
and Mary had been touring the
Black Hills over the weekend. Dan
and Barb left for their home early
Monday morning. I have been try-
ing to get the garden buttoned up –
I canned some dill pickles earlier in
the week, and yesterday was beet
day. One word of advice for work-
ing with beets – wear purple cloth-
ing! Wearing gloves would also be
a good idea.
This week, I am grateful for
small towns. I know they aren't al-
ways the most exciting places to be,
but they sure are a great place to
raise children! The children in Mid-
land Saturday were running all
over the place – happy and
healthy – and Main Street was
blocked off so there was no traffic.
The parents and grandparents
could visit and the kids could run
and play and ride their bikes or
play in the park – all without a
worry! Great friendships are forged
in small towns – people work to-
gether and help each other out in
times of need. Job well done, Mid-
land!
Enjoy these more moderate tem-
peratures, and please keep praying
for rain! Have a great week!
Moenville News
by Leanne Neuhauser • 567-3325
A correction from last week’s
news, it was the Twin River band
not West Bound, that played for
Todd O’Connor’s poker run and
steak out party.
Last weekend, September 15 and
16, Kieth and Deb Smith met
friends in Rapid City and they all
went to Scott and Becky Brech’s
cabin in the Black Hills and en-
joyed the weekend.
Deb Smith took in several of the
sporting games at Philip this week,
those being junior high and varsity
volleyball and varsity football. She
also watched Logan a couple days
this week. It is always enjoyable to
have your grandchildren for a visit.
Donna Newman enjoyed her
week as Will and Lola (Jones) Park
came down Thursday and they
went into Philip for lunch and then
returned to Donna’s for some card
playing and supper before they re-
turned to Rapid City.
Wednesday, Donna enjoyed
bowling.
September 16, Don and Donna
Olivier and Donna Newman went
to Jim and Jan Hewitt’s home and
played cards and enjoyed supper.
Donna Newman heard from her
granddaughter, Ariana Aram-
patzis. Ariana said that they had
just had homecoming in Aberdeen
and it is so much different than it
is here in Philip. The school is so
big that it is not as much fun as in
Philip where everyone knows
everyone. Ariana’s family enjoys
her being home, but Donna said
that she is really missed here.
Rich and Kieth Smith came to
my house on Wednesday, Septem-
ber 22, for coffee and to wish me a
happy birthday. Marvin joined us
and many stories were told. Kieth
and Marvin told of some things
that they had done as kids that
Rich and I had heard for the first
time. Some of the stuff they told
was quite bad, it is a wonder they
are still here with us.
I had several phone calls and had
to tell them to call back as there
was so much talking and laughing
that I was unable to hear them.
You know how it is when family
gets together and tell stories and
when one story is told there is an-
other one lined up so he can out-do
the other’s. One of the favorite
things when one is telling a story
and another person pipes in to add
something to it, the other person
will say “Now I am telling this one
my way, you wait your turn.” But
do we ever have a good time to-
gether. Before they left, Rich asked
me to come over for dinner Sunday
at his place as his daughter, Janet,
was bringing dinner out for the
day.
I have had a lot of birthday news
so far and don’t want the news to
be all about me, but it is inter-
woven with other news in the com-
munity.
Marvin, Vicki and Mary Eide
went to the football game Friday
night and left feeling very sad as
grandson, Brayden Fitch, had the
misfortune of getting his arm bro-
ken about halftime. As of now, I
don’t know any details as they have
to wait till Monday to know any-
thing.
Trevor and Christa Fitch and
their six boys all came to Marvin
and Vicki’s for a birthday supper
for me. We enjoyed pizza as that
was what everyone wanted and
then no one had to cook and we did-
n’t have any dishes to do either.
I think Vicki and I are the only
ones who don’t have a dishwasher.
We are it! I like to do dishes as it
allows me time to reminisce about
what all went on during the day
and prior days too.
Well, I am not done celebrating,
as Mike and Judy Melvin called
and told me that they will be out
from Sioux Falls around the third
of October to attend a wedding for
Henry and Nellie Chapell’s son
who is getting married. They will
be visiting family in the Philip and
Rapid City areas for a few days and
want to take me out for a birthday
dinner while they are here. All the
Oldenberg family plan on attend-
ing the wedding also.
Then, I am invited to a belated
birthday steak supper from Mike
and Gretchen Rausch in Quinn
when they start serving meals
again, the bar is open again now.
Well that is enough about me
and my birthday. You won’t have
to listen to any more till next year,
when I will turn 80.
Janet Lurz and her grandchil-
dren, Cylver, Copper, Dymond and
Christopher, brought dinner out to
Rich Smith’s Sunday. She made
homemade pizza and a large tossed
salad and an oatmeal cake with
brown sugar and coconut frosting
which you put under the broiler to
cook. I kind of forgot about that
cake and frosting recipe. It was so
good. Her homemade pizza was de-
licious. She is so like her mother
Grindstone News
by Mary Eide • 859-2188
continued on page 7
Thursday, September 27, 2012 • The Pioneer Review • Page 6
Contact Sonia Nemec • 843-2564
e-mail: home_maker_sonia@hotmail.com
Midland News
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THE ANNUAL MEETING FOR
THE MIDLAND COMMUNITY
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
WILL BE HELD MONDAY, OCT.
1, AT 7:00 P.M. AT THE MID-
LAND FIRE HALL.
This Monday morning was a
sweatshirt kind of morning to be
sure. Fall has sprung with cooler
mornings and cooler evenings. And
what a Kodak moment as the green
leaves of summer turn into all dif-
ferent shades of yellows!
Those much needed rains aren’t
happening, making for very dan-
gerous fire conditions. That was
made most evident Wednesday af-
ternoon of last week. The fire whis-
tle blew and fire trucks headed out
to fight the fire northwest of the
Herman and Jewel Bork place.
Fire departments came from far
and near and from all different di-
rections. And neighbors came with
their local fire fighting equipment
of pickups, trucks and water tanks.
The winds were very strong that
day. And the fire was devouring
everything and anything that
crossed its path. It was a devastat-
ing and unbelievable sight as the
fires roared across the prairie. It
continued on jumping over both
lanes on I-90. Folks on I-90 were at
a standstill for an hour and a half
to two hours as the fire blazed
through the ditches, across the in-
terstate and on to the other side.
When the fire was finally put out
by hard working firefighters and
local neighbors, and with spots
smoldering here and there and
folks seeing the trail that fire had
left, you couldn’t help but think –
God was there. There were major
loses from that fire, but thankfully,
no lives were lost. Herman and Bob
Bork lost their winter pasture and
their calving pasture, a large
amount of hay and mile, after mile
of fencing, along with other things.
Thankfully, Herman and Jewel’s
house, barns etc. were not burned,
that was a real concern at one
point. An old house and some other
buildings that were on the former
Stickler place were burned to the
ground, leaving some grain bins
still standing. No one lived there
anymore. Flavia Stotts lives south
of I-90, a building near her home
was burned, but thankfully her
house was spared. The fire was
headed for a trailer house east of
Flavia’s, but thankfully it stopped
short of their trailer home. Others
feared for the safety of their homes.
Fires such as that one on Wednes-
day are frightening. And when you
aren’t the one responsible for the
devastating fire damage to your
land and place, there are a whole
lot of emotions going on. Our
prayers continue for that much
needed moisture.
Hunting is a concern this year. It
only takes one foolish drop of a cig-
arette, or driving where you
shouldn’t be, or a number of other
things, to start a fire. The combin-
ing of sunflowers are another con-
cern. Folks will have to take extra
precautions while cutting those
sunflowers, not only in keeping the
combines cleaned, but having fire
fighting equipment nearby. We
don’t happen to have sunflowers,
but a number of folks do. One can’t
be too careful or watchful with the
dryness of our parched lands.
Midland had an absolutely per-
fect day on Saturday, September
22, with a huge crowd for their an-
nual free day or Merchants’ Appre-
ciation Day, whichever you want to
call it. It has been called both. It
began with a 5K walk/run/bike
starting at 9:00 a.m. at the city
park. Different folks had booths
with things for sale at the senior
citizens center; there was a large
crowd at the Midland School
Booster Club luncheon to raise
money for things needed at the
school. There were a number of en-
tries in the parade, with the Class
of 1962 having a 50th reunion float,
the Class of 1992 having a 20th re-
union float and the Class of 2002
having a 10th reunion float, which
made for an interesting addition to
the parade. There were four 50-
year graduates on their float,
James Foster, Phil Meyers, Pat
(Fenwick) Snook and Audrey
(Nemec) Jones. Throughout the af-
ternoon, there was the money
scramble for kids under seven;
washer toss for over seven; balloon
toss for seven year olds to sixth
grade and seventh grade thru 12th
and adults; nail driving contest and
the balloon drop which used to be
off of the old bank building which
is no longer. The Midland Commer-
cial Club had over 320 people at
their annual free supper of bar-
beque beef and all the trimmings.
As folks went through the line,
they signed up for free prizes given
by the Commercial Club members
later that evening. At the drawing
of the prizes, they also announced
or made mention of those oldest
etc. Oldest woman, Frances Noble,
who is 92 but will turn 93 in De-
cember, oldest man, Mahlon Al-
cock, age 89. Youngest, nine-week-
old, Gavin Petoske, son of Kory and
April Petoske, and coming the fur-
thest, Monica, from China, who is
an exchange student and is living
with Dallas and Kaye McKinley.
The furthest Midland graduate
there was Ron Hunt from River-
side, Calif. Winners of the float con-
test were schools – first grade and
second, pre-school; kids ‘N’ Pets,
first – Mike Trapp family, second –
Crystal Neuharth family, third –
Lacey Puhlman family. Mer-
chants – A & A Tire and Repair,
Mounted – Doug Huston family
with their buggy; Organizations,
first – Class of 1992, second – Class
of 2002, and third – Lutheran
Church.
Midland graduate, Frances
(May) Noble, and her son, Larry,
Rapid City, rarely miss a free day
event. They were there again this
year. Frances graduated with the
Class of 1938. She and my aunt,
Ida (Fosheim) Hunt, stayed at the
Lutheran parsonage at one time
while going to high school. Frances
taught school at Midland for some
time and Roy Hunt, Laurel Merkle
and Maureen Gillaspie were some
of her students in first grade. I had
a nice little visit with Frances and
for someone who graduated in 1938
she is amazing. There was a real
good crowd there even with a num-
ber of other things going on else-
where. It was an enjoyable day.
Nicole Nelson, 4-H leader for the
Buckaroos 4-H Club, reported the
following: “We had a great turnout
Saturday morning! The Bad River
Buckaroos 4-H Club put on a 5K
Fun Run/Walk/Ride starting and
ending at the city park and going
all around town. There were 57
participants, ages three to 50 plus.
We had people on bikes, running
and walking. The walk started at
9:00 a.m. We had people from the
surrounding community of Philip,
and alumni and family who were
here for the weekend celebration.
We awarded prizes to the first two
people in all three categories. Bik-
ers - 1st Kaelan Block, 2nd Jyler
Tharoldson (Joni Block Tharold-
son's son.) Runners - 1st Kruse
Bierle, 2nd – we had a tie between
Kathy (Larson) LaDue and her
husband, Bob. Walkers – 1st Krys-
tal Doud, 2nd Alison (Doud) Crago.
We also gave goodie bags to all
the kids who participated. All par-
ticipants received a green 4-H sili-
cone bracelet and all prizes were 4-
H items. It was great fun and we
plan on doing it again next year!
Thank you to all who came and
participated and supported our 4-
H club.”
Carrie and Wes Mentele and
family, Howard, were at the
parental Morrie and Barb Jones
home for the weekend. Carrie came
for her 20-year class reunion. The
Class of 2002 planted a spruce tree
in Midland’s City Park in memory
of their classmate, Michael
Schofield.
James and Cheryl Foster, Rapid
City, were in Midland for free day.
James was one of the 50-year grad-
uates of 1962. Other Foster fami-
lies coming for free day and a time
of visiting with family and friends
were Mary Lou and Jerry Wallner,
Ramsey, Minn., and Jessie and
Johnny Brewer, Box Elder. Their
sister, Bonnie (Foster) and Fuzz
Martin live in Midland, so every-
one had a good time visiting.
The Midland school has had a
face-lift in the kitchen with new
countertops, cupboards and a dish-
washer. There is new carpet on the
floors of Renee Schofield and Mary
Parquet’s rooms. Always gives a
person a lift when improvements
are made.
Ron Hunt and friend, Mike,
came from Riverside, Calif., Friday
spending the week. They are stay-
ing at Lawrence Stoppel’s. Barry
Hunt, Battle Mountain, Nev., came
Friday staying at Cam and
Michelle Meinzer’s. Coming for free
day were April Neuhauser and
Penny (Hunt) Schafer, Ft. Pierre,
and Roger and Peg (Hunt) Johnson
Pierre. Phil Meyers, Pierre, was
also here as he was a part of the
50th class reunion of Midland High
School.
Visitors at Christine Niedan’s
Saturday night were Jake, Kristi
and Remington, Whitewood. Kristi
is the daughter of Tom and Mary
Parquet and was in the Class of
2002 who were in Midland for their
10th class reunion this weekend.
Others at Christine’s were Keith
Hunt, Teresa Palmer, Murdo, Jan
Tolton, Roger and Peg Johnson,
Pierre, Ron Hunt and Michelle
Meinzer.
Monday night supper guests at
Michelle Meinzer’s were Roy and
Carol Hunt, Keith Hunt, Christine
Niedan, Ron Hunt and friend,
Mike, Jan Tolton, Barry Hunt and
Michelle. Ted and Dena Hunt vis-
ited his mom, Ida Hunt, at the
Philip Nursing Home on Friday.
Sunday, Roy and Carol Hunt,
Christine Niedan and Teresa
Palmer, Bob and Verona Evans,
Don and Jean Hennies, Sioux
Falls, Floyd and Lily Lund, Rock-
erville, joined Sylvia Huber, Kevin,
Troy and Denise, at the church
service at Faith Lutheran in Rapid
City for the dedication of a new
welcome center at the church in
memory of Sylvia’s late husband,
Leroy Huber. Don and Jean spent
Saturday night at the home of
Sylvia Huber.
There seems to be a lot of skunks
around the area. Many have been
hit by vehicles on the highway. Bob
and Diane Bork had a rather inter-
esting Sunday morning before
church. Diane was getting break-
fast and Bob was feeding the cats.
One skunk appeared, so Bob went
for his gun. Then there was a sec-
ond skunk, and then a third, with
a mad baby badger in hot pursuit
after that skunk. And when he was
sprayed by that skunk, he was re-
ally ticked off. Bob was kept busy
working at getting them away from
the house and then shooting them.
From the sounds of things, he did a
mighty fine job of it. Diane said she
should have had a movie camera.
The whole incident could have
made for an interesting piece on
America’s Funniest Home Videos.
Lynette Clay and Tim Hullinger
were married at the church at the
end of the street at 1880 Town Sat-
urday, September 22, at 4:00 p.m.
That church had been the St.
Stephen’s Catholic Church at
Dixon, S.D., before moving it to
1880 Town. Pastor Frezil Wester-
lund officiated at the ceremony.
Tim’s mother, 93-year-old Anna
Marie Hullinger, was there as was
Lynette’s 93-year-old grandmother,
Marie Anderson. Others there on
Lynette’s side of the family was her
mom, Judy Daly, Steve and Julie
Daly and boys, Wayne and April
Anderson, Rapid City, their son,
Trevor and Melissa Anderson and
four boys, also of Rapid City,
LaVonne and Bill Wheeler, Pierre,
and Lynette’s longtime friend, Lisa
Foley, and two daughters. Follow-
ing the wedding ceremony, there
was a reception at the Long Branch
Saloon at 1880 Town.
Judy Daly is leaving for
Knoxville, Tenn., Tuesday, for the
wedding of her grandson, Chase.
Judy’s daughter, Janet Abraham-
son, and family live in Knoxville.
Randy and Holly Nemec left late
Wednesday afternoon for Dubuque,
Iowa, getting delayed by the fire
that broke out near Herman and
Jewel Bork's that day. They
thought they would try to get
ahead of it by taking the service
road, when they saw that east-
bound traffic was stopped on I-90.
The fire had other ideas. They
missed getting ahead of it by no
more than a couple of minutes.
They went around on the church
road and came out at Okaton, then
spent the night in Mitchell. They
made it to Dubuque Thursday and
had supper with Rick and Sue
Nemec and Ernie and Laurel
Nemec who had made it there
Wednesday. The reason for the
trip was Heidi Burbach's wedding
to Nate Bubb. Heidi is Sue Nemec's
daughter. They reported a beauti-
ful wedding at the historic Hotel
Julien in downtown Dubuque.
Holly and Randy returned to Mid-
land Monday afternoon.
Shorty and Maxine Jones at-
tended the wedding of Colby and
Sarah Porch at Coleman, recently.
Between the wedding and the re-
ception, they visited friends Myron
and Margaret Joneson at the nurs-
ing home in Dell Rapids, then
spent the night in Sioux Falls. Re-
turning home Sunday they visited
friends at Presho.
Shorty Jones and sons, Scott and
Ross, left last Thursday to attend
the Buckaroo ride in northwest
Harding County, returning home
Sunday afternoon. They had a good
time riding in the scenic area and
visiting friends. The weather coop-
erated, too, with nice fall days and
cool nights.
Brianna Jones spent Friday af-
ternoon and overnight in the hospi-
tal after a horse fell with her ear-
lier in the day while moving cows.
She had a concussion and some
bruises, but is okay. She pho-
tographed a cow being rescued
from being stuck in a dug out be-
fore her accident. Low water levels
seem attractive to some cows even
when they have nearby nice, clean
tanks to drink from. Glad to hear
Brianna is doing okay.
***
The Midland Museum board met
at the museum Monday, Septem-
ber 24, for their meeting. There
were seven members present for
the meeting and one new member,
Jim Root. President Kandus Woitte
called the meeting to order and the
minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved. The treasurer’s
report was given.
We discussed how to get some
younger members on the board, or
to help with opening and closing
the museum. We also discussedthe
old truck that was damaged when
the bank was torn down. We also
discussed what to do with the
schoolhouse floor.
We closed the meeting and then
put the museum to bed for the win-
ter. See you in the spring.
Mickey Woitte, reporter
***
I’m feeling a bit loose-jointed as
I close my column for this week. It
seems I’ve been in hot pursuit, try-
ing to get news collected for this
week. There was so much going on
this past week it was hard to get
my mind around it and to get it
written to somewhat make sense.
Jerry and I left for Mitchell follow-
ing the parade Saturday. We had
things going on with our son,
Christopher and Stephanie Nemec
and little Laura May. There was
high school homecoming and
Swarm Day at Black Hills State
University in Spearfish this week-
end, as well. Our granddaughter,
Miranda Meeker, who is a senior at
Spearfish High School, got home-
coming queen. She is the daughter
of April and Steve Meeker. Those
are always exciting times when you
are a part of those high school days.
As I close my column for this
week, my thoughts and prayers are
with those folks who are dealing
with serious health issues and with
the folks who are dealing with
damages from fires.PBe watchful
and be safe and continue to pray
for those much needed rains.
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Representative Kristi Noem is
encouraging South Dakotans to
participate in United States Postal
Service surveys on reduced retail
hours at certain post office loca-
tions.
Last year, the postal service pro-
posed closing a number of rural
post offices, but has since revised
its plan and instead plans to reduce
hours. Surveys are being mailed to
affected zip codes.
“Many South Dakotans rely on
rural post offices for prescriptions
and other important deliveries, and
I was pleased the postal service an-
nounced their intention to keep
them open,” said Noem. “The postal
service will be sending surveys by
mail to areas that could be im-
pacted by the changes in retail
hours, and I encourage South
Dakotans who receive them to par-
ticipate.”
The surveys are a part of the
postal service’s two-year evaluation
process of its proposal to reduce
hours at 13,000 post office loca-
tions. The evaluation will consist of
a customer survey and a public
meeting. No changes will be made
until the meetings are complete.
Surveys will be mailed to affected
zip codes and available at post of-
fices.
In South Dakota, the two main
post offices listed are Aberdeen and
Pierre. A complete list of post sf-
fices affected by the proposal is
available a http://about.usps.com/
news/electronic-press-kits/our-fu-
ture-network/welcome.htm.
Postal service survey
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AVAILABLE …Copies of the 2012 General Election Ballot Ques-
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Monday, Oct. 8, to honor National 4-H Week, showing their support
for our local 4-H members.
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THE GARDEN CLUB … is sponsoring Bill Keck and his class
about “Fall Lawn Care” on Wednesday, Sept. 19, at 6:30 p.m. in the
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when it comes to cooking as about
five extra showed up for dinner. I
said how did you cook enough and
she said I always add some extra as
you never know in this family who
might show up to eat. Barb and her
grandson came and daughter
Kanon and friend from Spearfish
and Rich had invited me unbe-
known to her. And with all this,
she still had leftovers to leave for
her dad for later.
Those Lurz grandchildren, who
had been staying with Janet for the
weekend, are good helpers and
know how to work. They set the
table, put glasses and ice water on
the table and helped her carry the
food. Wow, what a powerhouse
they make when they all join hands
to help.
Marvin and Vicki Eide went to
Rapid City Sunday. They picked up
a few things for me as I don’t get up
there except for doctor appoint-
ments.
Lots of people like the highway,
Where they can go real fast;
I like my country byway
Lined with tall green grass.
I am not fond of many roads
Built with great skill;
Give me a little graveled road
That winds up and down a hill.
I like the Grindstone road I can
see
Corn growing toward the sky;
Cattle finding rest in the shade,
A rippling wheat field nearby.
I like to look out on the fields
That wave with hay or grain;
I like to see pastures green
From a good days rain.
I get tired of oiled roads
Even if they are smooth and wide
I like my Grindstone road
With the crops on both sides.
Grindstone
(continued from page 5)
St. Mary's Catholic Church was
the setting last Friday, September
21, 2012, at 3:00 p.m. for the wed-
ding of Ann Breuklander and
Hugh Harty. Hugh's boys, Jim
and Ed, and Ann's sister and niece
were the attendants. Moneik
Harty Stephens was the personal
attendant. It was the first mar-
riage for Fr. Kevin Achbach to of-
ficiate and celebrate since he
moved to Philip over two years
ago. As Hugh and Ann headed
back down the aisle after becom-
ing husband and wife, Ann's
brother-in-law, John Gillespie,
sang "When Irish Eyes Are Smil-
ing." After the ceremony, Alice
Harty gave the newlyweds a ride
in her horse-drawn double seated
wagon with the canopy. Alice gra-
ciously gave wagon rides to young
and old passengers for over an
hour. The Altar Society served sal-
ads and sandwiches, along with a
western themed cake. The
evening lasted into the night
while friends and family enjoyed
the dance at the Milesville Hall.
Congratulations, Hugh and Ann!
Thursday, September 20, the
Milesville Rangers met at the
Hardingrove Evangelical Free
Church. The roll call was my fa-
vorite music. The secretary's min-
utes and the treasurer's report
were approved as read. We dis-
cussed decorating a Christmas
tree at the state capitol. We will
put 4-H projects in the window of
the senior citizen building in Oc-
tober for National 4-H Week. The
4-H recognition event will be Sun-
day, November 4. We discussed a
Junior Leaders group for
Haakon/Jackson counties. Four
judgings were given, paintings by
Rachel Parsons, cat photos by Al-
lison Pekron, nutritious snacks by
Sarah Parsons, and cats by Mark
Stangle. Mark, Ben and Sam
Stangle each gave talks about 4-H
camps they attended over the
summer. Members turned in their
4-H journals.
Sarah Parsons, reporter
Todd and Jennifer Sandal are
first-time parents of a baby boy,
born Wednesday, September 19.
His name is John Edward and he
weighed 8 lbs. 5 ozs. and meas-
ured 21 inches. He was born in
Avera St. Lukes. Congratulations,
Todd and Jennifer and to grand-
parents, Bill and Karyl Sandal.
This baby is the fourth generation
of Johns in the Sandal family.
Todd's name is John Todd, Bill's is
John William and Bill's dad was
John.
Septemeber 18, a daughter was
born to Truett and Dani Fitch in
Rapid City. Her name is Wood-
lynn Vitoria. The 6 lb. 8 oz. baby
girl has an older brother, Dante.
Congratulations, Truett and Dani,
and grandparents, Burjes and
Cheryl Fitch.
The Milesville Community Club
will meet at the home of Janice
Parsons Tuesday, October 2, at
7:00 p.m. Jodi Parsons will show
pictures of their trip this summer
to Denmark. Guests are welcome.
The football game Friday with
Philip vs. Harding County was
kind of hard on a couple of our
local players. Brayden Fitch broke
his right arm and Casey Reder got
a concussion during the game.
From the 12th through the 16th
of September, Jim and Lana
Elshere and Bob and Karen Coyle
drove to Pendleton, Ore., where
they attended two rodeo perform-
ances. They stayed with friends of
Bob and Karen in Stanfield, Ore.
Thursday, they toured the Pendle-
ton Woolen Mills factory and
store. This is where the Pendleton
blankets are made as well as the
fabrics for coats, shirts and vests.
They were able to take a private
tour of the mill, which was very
interesting. They buy wool from
all over the world and locally from
a near-by sheep ranch that runs
30,000 sheep. The wool from just
those sheep will only last them
two and a half weeks, so they go
through a lot of wool! Friday, they
went to the parade and there was-
n't one motorized vehicle included.
The Arthur families had a get-
together on Saturday at Greg and
Kathy Arthur's in Philip. All of
Greg and Kathy's family attended
as well as Teresa (Arthur) and
Mike Mosher, Jim and Lana
(Arthur) Elshere, and Curt
Arthur, his friend, Jill, and Curt's
family, including Brad and Amber
Beer and boys, Matt Arthur and
Murdock Arthur.
Friends of the Miles Hovlands,
Justin and Jackie Kessler,
Chancey and Charlee, Wetonka,
spent from Friday through Sun-
day with Miles, Erin, Connor and
Mackenzie. Saturday evening,
Erin's mother, Debbie Prouty,
watched the kids while the young
folks went out for supper in Philip.
Friday afternoon, a bunco party
was held at the home of Jodi Par-
sons. We also celebrated Jodi's
birthday. Guests were Lana and
Judy Elshere, Sharon Olivier,
Christa Fitch and Aven, Joy Li-
macher, Connie, Sandra and Jan-
ice Parsons.
Donna and Tina Staben, Gayla
Piroutek and Joan Hamill were in
Philip Wednesday evening for a
meeting of the Garden Club. Spe-
cial speaker was Bill Keck, who
spoke on fall lawn care.
Wade and Marcy Parsons and
family spent the weekend in Red-
field visiting Wade's sister and
family, Andi, Dustin, Brooklyn
and Hudson Rische.
Joan Hamill visited and spent
the night a week ago Monday in
Rapid City with Jeannine Ander-
son. Joan has been catching lots of
skunks and coons in her live trap.
It's that time of year.
Boyd and Kara Parsons picked
up Joanne Parsons in Rapid City
Sunday, drove to Spearfish for
lunch, then for a drive through
Spearfish Canyon. The colors are
very pretty in the canyon.
Donnie and Marcia Eymer were
in Spearfish Friday to watch
grandson, Brendon Eymer, play
football. They stayed with their
daughter, Jill, in Sturgis and re-
turned home Saturday.
Saturday, Casey, Rachelle and
Ashlynn Elshere were dinner
guests at Tim and Judy's. Ashlynn
spent the night with grandpa and
grandma while Casey and
Rachelle attended Sarah Foland
and Joe Kennedy's wedding in
Philip. Rachelle came to get Ash-
lynn Sunday morning and they
spent the rest of the day with her
parents, Doug and Fay Hauk. Also
on Sunday, Casey headed to Mon-
trose, Colo., for work.
Spending the weekend at Byron
and Peggy Parsons' were Bren-
nen, Joni and EmmyLee Parsons,
Piedmont. Glenn O'Connell was a
caller on Saturday.
Danielle Piroutek came home
for the weekend from her studies
in Washington, D.C., at the
Catholic University of America.
She visited her parents, Mike and
Faye, and family and was here for
the horse sale. She did very well
selling her horses.
Allen Piroutek left Thursday for
WYO Tech in Laramie, Wyo. His
classes started on Monday, the
24th.
Last Saturday, Gayla Piroutek
drove to Camp Lakodia along
Lake Herman near Madison. She
attended the wedding of her niece,
Courtney Peterson and Dustin
Meyer. Gayla got to visit some of
her close family and some ex-
tended family, and especially her
brother, Lyle, from Oklahoma,
whom she hadn't seen for several
years. She returned home Sunday
evening.
Jane Poss spent from Thursday
through Saturday with her friend,
Rachel Parsons.
Jim Bob and Kayla Eymer
helped Mitch and DeAnna Kam-
merer celebrate their 25th an-
niversary last Thursday night.
The Kammerers live north of
Wall.
Tim and Lori Quinn were
callers at Virgil and Carla Smith's
Sunday afternoon.
Guests at Mike and Linda
Gebes' for the weekend were
Courtney Gebes, Sturgis, and
Brad Gebes and friend, Kathy,
and her son, Devon, Philip.
Thursday night, Matt and Mur-
dock Arthur were guests for sup-
per at Zane and Beth Jeffries'.
Kathy Hanrahan's parents, Don
and Carol Petersen, Gregory, were
at Chad and Kathy's for the week-
end.
Attending the 60th annual
Golden West dinner and meeting
in Wall Saturday were Donnie
and Bobette Schofield and Paul,
Donna and Tina Staben.
Bill and Karyl Sandal went to
the Wall vs. Ft. Pierre football
game Friday night to see grand-
sons, Ridge and Gabe play. They
stayed in Ft. Pierre, then Satur-
day they drove to Eden to see their
new grandson born to Todd and
Jennifer. On their way home Mon-
day, they stopped to see Karyl's
brother, Albert Kittelson, who has
lymphatic leukemia and not doing
well.
The country is still very, very
dry and we need to continue pray-
ing for rain. The wild turkeys in
our yard like to take their baths in
the fine dust.
Milesville News
by Janice Parsons • 544-3315
There were 67 participants in the 17th annual 73– Saloon/O’Connor Trucking Ribeye Poker Run and Steak-out, Saturday,
September 15. The fun-for-all traveling card game was seven-card draw with five-card hands and no jokers. The fun included
free camping and designated drivers being available. With special interest toward motorcycles, all vehicles were welcome,
and some classic cars showed up. The winning hand was a diamond flush and the second place hand was a king-high
straight. The run started at the 73– Saloon and included the T-34 Truck Stop, a rancher’s farm yard, the old Four Corners
baseball field, and Midland Food and Fuel. The road trip was followed by a dance. Courtesy photo
Annual poker run a record breaker
Thursday, September 27, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •Page 8
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Monday Night Mixed
Rockers..........................................7-5
Shad’s Towing...............................7-5
Dakota Bar....................................7-5
Handrahan Const .........................6-6
Petersen’s......................................5-7
Badland’s Auto..............................4-8
Highlights:
Jason Petersen......................232/677
Jackie Shull...........................183/511
Harvey Byrd .................4-7 split; 411
Karen Byrd...................................137
Jenny Reckling.............................317
Andrew Reckling...5-7 split; 222/599
Trina Brown.................................493
Jerry Mooney ........................201/553
Matt Reckling .......................202/550
Bryan Buxcel ..............3-10 split; 538
Ron Coyle..................5-7 & 4-5 splits
Carl Brown .........................5-10 split
Vickie Petersen..............3-10 split x2
Connie Schlim......................2-7 split
Wednesday Morning Coffee
Invisibles.....................................10-2
Cutting Edge Salon ......................8-4
Jolly Ranchers ..............................6-6
Bowling Belles ..............................6-6
State Farm Ins..............................5-7
Ghost Team...................................0-0
Highlights:
Karen Foland.......3-10 split; 192/542
Charlene Kjerstad.................191/498
Donna King..........3-10 split; 181/497
Sandra O’Connor..................5-6 split
Shirley Parsons ....................5-7 split
Wednesday Nite Early
Dorothy’s Catering .......................8-4
Morrison’s Haying ........................7-5
Dakota Bar....................................7-5
Chiefie’s Chicks ......................6.5-5.5
First National Bank .....................6-6
Hildebrand Concrete ....................6-6
Wall Food Center..........................4-8
Just Tammy’s..........................3.5-8.5
Highlights:
Cristi Ferguson.....................220/543
Cheryl Behrend............................150
Alicia Heathershaw.....................140
Trina Brown..........................204/481
Mitzi Boyd.............................192/474
MaryLynn Crary .5-7 & 5-6-10 splits
Traci Radway......................5-10 split
Brenda Grenz .......................4-5 split
Friday Nite Mixed
King Pins...............................10.5-1.5
Cristi’s Crew.................................7-5
Roy’s Repair..................................NA
Randy’s Spray Service..................NA
Lee and the Ladies .......................4-4
The Ghost Team...........................0-0
Highlights:
Cory Boyd..............................201/514
Jeremiah Iron Moccasin.......190/535
Cristi Ferguson ...3-10 split; 179/469
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Philip
Lady Scotties squeezed
out by Faith Longhorns
Kaci Olivier (#9) against Faith.
Ellie Coyle (#1), with Krista Wells (#3)
against the Faith Longhorns.
Sam Johnson (#12) and Madison
Hand (#5) against Faith.
Hanna Hostutler (#6)
The Lady Scotties hosted the
Faith Longhorns, Tuesday, Sep-
tember 18.
The match went all five games,
with Philip actually scoring as
many points throughout the match
as Faith did, but losing in the last
game by just three points. The
games scores were 25-18, 18-25, 25-
20, 23-25 and 12-15.
Serving: 96 of 105 (14 aces). Leaders:
Brett Carley – 23 of 26 (3 aces), Jordyn
Dekker – 14 of 16 (6 aces), Krista
Wells – 16 of 17 (1 ace), Peyton De-
Jong – 15 of 16.
Receiving: 69 of 85. Leaders: Wells –
30 of 34, Dekker – 14 of 16, Kaci
Olivier – 7 of 8.
Setting: 113 of 120 (28 assists). Lead-
ers: Madison Hand – 79 of 80 (21 as-
sists), Kelsie Kroetch – 17 of 17 (4 as-
sists).
Hitting: 110 of 135 (33 kills). Lead-
ers: Hand – 16 of 19 (7 kills), Sam John-
son – 18 of 20 (7 kills), Dekker – 26 of
34 (6 kills).
Blocking: 7 kills. Leaders: Dekker –
2 solos and 3 assists, Johnson – 3 as-
sists, Carley – 1 solo and 1 assist.
Digging: 85 of 117. Leaders: Wells –
28 of 35, Carley – 11 of 11, Hand – 11 of
16.
The Philip junior varsity swept
their opponents with match results
of 2-0. Game scores were 25-14 and
25-18.
Serving: 41 of 49 (16 aces). Leaders:
Katlin Knutson – 6 of 6 (4 aces), Ellie
Coyle – 6 of 9 (4 aces), Carley – 9 of 11 (4
aces).
Receiving: 14 of 19. Leaders: Coyle – 5
of 6, DeJong – 3 of 3.
Setting: 34 of 34 (5 assists). Leaders:
Olivier – 15 of 15 (2 assists), Knutson – 11
of 11 (1 assist).
Hitting: 22 of 33 (5 kills). Leaders:
Knutson – 4 of 4 (2 kills), Hanna Hostut-
ler – 6 of 8 (2 kills), Carley – 6 of 8 (1 kill).
Digging: 22 of 30. Leaders: Hostutler –
6 of 9, Carley – 4 of 5.
The Philip “C” team had to go three
games to win its match, ending with 2-1.
The games scores were 25-12, 23-25 and
15-10.
Serving: 44 of 60 (24 aces). Leaders:
Ashton Reedy – 14 of 15 (8 aces), Libbi
Koester – 8 of 8 (5 aces), Tyana
Gottsleben – 6 of 8 (3 aces).
Receiving: 29 of 36. Leaders: Afton
Burns – 18 of 19, Courtney Bartlett – 4 of
4.
Setting: 39 of 41 (6 assists). Leader:
Reedy – 28 of 29 (6 assists).
Hitting: 34 of 44 (6 kills). Leaders:
Reedy – 7 of 9 (2 kills), Justina Cvach – 13
of 18 (2 kills). Bartlett – 2 of 2 (1 kill).
Digging: 19 of 25. Leaders: Reedy – 4 of
4, Cvach – 3 of 4, Burns – 4 of 6.
The Philip Lady Scotties trav-
eled to Buffalo, Thursday, Septem-
ber 20, to challenge the Harding
County Ranchers.
The varsity volleyball match
ended 1-3 against the Scotties.
Game results were 15-25, 15-25,
25-20 and 16-25. The Scotties now
stand with a season record of 4-9.
Serving: 63 of 71 (11 aces). Leaders: Madi-
son Hand – 17 of 17 (2 aces), Jordyn Dekker –
14 of 15, (3 aces), Krista Wells – 11 of 12 (3
aces).
Receiving: 66 of 77. Leaders: Wells – 24 of
28, Dekker – 13 of 13, Hand – 9 of 10.
Setting: 63 of 68 (18 assists). Leaders:
Hand – 55 of 56 (12 assists), Kelsie Kroetch –
15 of 16 (2 assists).
Hitting: 87 of 109 (23 kills). Leaders:
Dekker – 20 of 27 (8 kills), Peyton DeJong –
17 of 22 (7 kills), Hanna Hostutler – 9 of 11
(4 kills).
Blocking: 5 kills. Leaders: Dekker – 3 as-
sists, Hostutler – 2 assists.
Digging: 75 of 132. Leaders: Wells – 25 of
31, Hand – 13 of 20, Kaci Olivier – 9 of 10.
The junior varsity match ended
2-0 in favor of the Lady Scotties.
The game scores were 25-12 and
25-10. The JV season record is 4-2.
Serving: 44 of 49 (5 aces). Leaders: Katlin
Knutson – 14 of 14 (2 aces), Ellie Coyle – 9 of
11 (1 ace), Brett Carley – 6 of 7 (1 ace).
Receiving: 11 of 14. Leader: DeJong – 5 of
5.
Setting: 36 of 37 (4 assists). Leader: Knut-
son – 15 of 15 (1 assist).
Hitting: 37 of 38 (5 kills). Leaders: De-
Jong – 9 of 9 (2 kills), Carley – 9 of 10 (2 kills),
Hostutler – 7 of 7 (1 kill).
Digging: 33 of 42. Leaders: Carley – 7 of 8,
Coyle – 6 of 7, Knutson – 4 of 4.
The Philip “C” team also swept
their opponents, 2-0. Game scores
were 25-13 and 25-18. Their season
record so far is an undefeated 3-0.
Philip Lady Scotties fall to Ranchers
The Belle Fourche Volleyball
Tournament, Saturday, September
22, ended with the Philip Lady
Scotties winning three matches
and losing two.
Philip vs. Hot Springs
(20-25, 26-24, 22-25)
Serving: 67 of 69 (8 aces). Leaders:
Peyton DeJong – 13 of 13 (1 ace),
Madison Hand – 14 of 15 (3 aces),
Kaci Olivier – 15 of 15 (2 aces).
Receiving: 66 of 70. Leaders:
Olivier – 20 of 21, Krista Wells – 17
of 17, Jordyn Dekker – 14 of 15.
Setting: 104 of 108 (27 assists).
Leaders: Hand – 77 of 78 (23 assists),
Kelsie Kroetch – 12 of 12 (2 assists).
Hitting: 113 of 132 (31 kills). Lead-
ers: Dekker – 25 of 30 (9 kills), Sam
Johnson – 20 of 23 (9 kills), Brett
Carley – 20 of 20 (4 kills).
Blocking: 5 kills. Leaders:
Dekker – 2 solos, Hanna Hostutler –
2 solos.
Digging: 76 of 122. Leaders:
Wells – 25 of 35, Dekker – 12 of 15,
Olivier – 10 of 14.
Philip vs. Rapid City
Central JV
(25-14, 25-22)
Serving: 42 of 49 (3 aces). Leaders:
DeJong – 8 of 8 (1 ace), Carley – 4 of 5
(2 aces), Hostutler – 6 of 6.
Receiving: 28 of 31. Leaders: Wells –
16 of 16, Dekker – 4 of 4, Ellie Coyle – 3
of 4.
Setting: 44 of 49 (14 assists). Lead-
ers: Hand – 21 of 21 (6 assists), Katlin
Knutson – 10 of 12 (4 assists), Kroetch –
7 of 7 (2 assists).
Hitting: 46 of 54 (16 kills). Leaders:
Dekker – 9 of 11 (6 kills), Hostutler – 8
of 10 (4 kills), DeJong – 4 of 5 (2 kills).
Blocking: 5 kills. Leaders: Carley – 1
solo and 2 assists, Hand – 2 assists.
Digging: 41 of 51. Leaders: Wells – 15
of 17, Dekker – 7 of 8, Coyle – 5 of 5.
Philip vs. Lead/Deadwood
(25-18, 25-18)
Serving: 41 of 48 (9 aces). Leaders:
Wells – 11 of 11 (1 ace), Carley – 5 of
7 (2 aces), Olivier – 8 of 8 (1 ace).
Receiving: 29 of 31. Leaders:
Wells – 13 of 13, Dekker – 5 of 5,
Olivier – 5 of 5.
Setting: 46 of 46 (17 assists).
Leader: Hand – 36 of 36 (11 assists).
Hitting: 50 of 60 (20 kills). Leaders:
Dekker – 8 of 10 (5 kills), DeJong – 6
of 6 (3 kills), Hostutler – 9 of 11 (3
kills).
Blocking: 1 kill. Leader: Dekker –
1 solo.
Digging: 38 of 54.Leaders: Wells –
7 of 10, Coyle – 8 of 10, Knutson – 6
of 6.
Philip vs. Douglas
(25-14, 14-25, 25-22)
Serving: 58 of 64 (11 aces). Leaders:
Wells – 15 of 16 (4
aces), Hand – 14 of
16 (3 aces),
Olivier – 12 of 12 (2
aces).
Receiving: 48 of
57. Leaders:
Wells – 21 of 21,
Dekker – 11 of 13.
Setting: 63 of 65
(16 assists). Lead-
ers: Hand – 45 of
46 (11 assists).
Hitting: 71 of 84
(22 kills). Leaders:
Dekker – 25 of 28
(11 kills), John-
son – 11 of 12 (4
kills), Hand – 12 of
13 (2 kills).
Blocking: 7 kills.
Leaders: Dekker –
1 solo and 3 assists,
Johnson – 2 as-
sists, Hand – 2
solos.
Digging: 49 of
76. Leaders:
Wells – 17 of 23,
Hand – 9 of 13, De-
Jong – 7 of 9.
Philip vs. Stur-
gis
(20-25, 8-25)
Serving: 22 of 26
(2 aces). Leaders:
DeJong – 3 of 4 (1
ace), Hand – 4 of 5,
Olivier – 4 of 4.
Receiving: 30 of
36. Leaders:
Wells – 11 of 12,
Olivier – 5 of 5,
Coyle – 5 of 7.
Setting: 42 of 43 (6 assists). Leaders:
Scotties 3-2 in Belle Fourche Tourney
The five kilometer run/walk/ride,
sponsored by the Bad River Bucka-
roos 4-H Club, was held Saturday,
September 22, in Midland.
The 57 participants included
walkers, runners and bicyclists
from the Midland area as well as
surrounding communities and rel-
atives visiting from out of state for
family reunions and school class re-
unions. The route began at the city
park. The age of attendees ranged
from three years old to over 50
years old. The run was held in con-
junction with the annual Midland
Merchants’ Appreciation Day.
Prizes were awarded to the top
two finishers in each category.
Each child received a goodie bag of
things just for attending. The event
is planned to held again next year.
Runners: first place – Kruse
Bierle, second place – tie between
husband and wife, Bob and Kathy
(Larson) LaDue.
Walkers: first place – Krystle
Doud, second place Allison (Doud)
Crago.
Bicyclists: first place – Kaelan
Block, second place – Jyler Thar-
aldsen.
Midland 5K
run – walk
– bike
Serving: 43 of 49 (18 aces). Leaders: Tia
Guptill – 10 of 10 (4 aces), Ashton Reedy – 9
of 10 (5 aces), Shay Hand – 7 of 7 (3 aces).
Receiving: 12 of 19. Leaders: Afton
Burns – 3 of 3, Elise Wheeler – 4 of 6.
Setting: 22 of 24 (10 assists). Leaders:
Guptill – 8 of 9 (5 assists), Reedy – 12 of 13
(4 assists).
Hitting: 31 of 38 (11 kills). Leaders:
Justina Cvach – 7 of 10 (4 kills). Hand – 2 of
3 (2 kills), Peyton Kuchenbecker – 4 of 6 (2
kills).
Blocking: 2 kills. Leaders: Cvach – 1 solo,
Kuchenbecker – 1 solo.
Digging: 18 of 31. Leaders: Reedy – 5 of 7,
Burns – 6 of 9, Tyana Gottsleben – 3 of 4.
Hand – 25 of 25 (3 assists), Kroetch – 4
of 4 (1 assist).
Hitting: 32 of 41 (8 kills). Leaders:
Dekker – 5 of 8 (3 kills), Johnson – 5 of
7 (2 kills), Hand – 5 of 5 (1 kill).
Blocking: 2 kills. Leader: Dekker – 2
solos.
Digging: 22 of 41. Leaders: Wells – 6
of 10, Olivier – 6 of 7.
Philip stands with a 7-11 season
record. The next meet for the Lady
Scotties will be with Philip hosting
the Lemmon Cowgirls, Thursday,
September 27. After that, Philip
will travel to Dupree, Saturday,
September 29 to face the Tigers.
Thursday, September 27, 2012 • The Pioneer Review •Page 9
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All of the Wee-Won! Daycare kids & myself would
like to say THANK YOU to Doreen Vetter, Pam
Dale & Vicki Daly for the donations of outdoor play
equipment & to any others who have given miscella-
neous items over the past year. When the kids see the
“new” toys, it’s as if Christmas was here! Also, a huge
THANK YOU to the City of Philip men who honk when they
drive by in their big machines. e kids race ot the fence line
when they hear you coming with their “honk sign” pumping
in the air in anticipation (this actually goes for the UPS driver
& Pepsi truck too!) eir smiles & giggles are priceless.
Gloria, “Grandma Gloria” to the kids, you are a delight
& lifesaver in many ways … from keeping my play yard
weed-free to covering for me for a moment on such notice.
e kids & I love you!
Last, but not least, Grandpa Lee – thanks so much
for running all my
errands during business hours when I can’t get away – you’re
the best & I hope you know just how much I love & appreci-
ate you!
anks to all the parents who give me the opportu-
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am grateful I have been given this chance to not
only see my own kids more, but enjoy all of your
kids as well! I am so blessed.
Sincerely, Erin Fitzgerald
& Wee-Won! Daycare Kids
Carter, Mia, Gracie, Camden, Ellis, Bridger, Connor,
Kendall, Taylor, Taryn, Jace, Kane, Chevy, Memphis,
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The Philip Scotties football team
hosted the Harding County Ranch-
ers, Friday, September 21. The
game ended 48-0 in favor of the
Ranchers.
Philip received the first kick. The
teams then repeatedly exchanged
possession of the ball, with the
Philip side of the field seeing the
most play. No score was made until
38 seconds remained in the first
quarter. After fighting for each ad-
vance further into Scotties’ terri-
tory, the Ranchers were on the two
yard line. Harding County’s Jesse
Feist ran the ball in for a touch-
down, followed by Steven Koch car-
rying it in for the two point conver-
sion.
The second quarter was a series
of Rancher touchdowns. Feist
rushed 11 yards, with the extra
point attempt being stopped.
Harley Mollman ran 29 yards to
the end zone, and again the extra
point attempt failed. Skyler Floyd
rushed four yards for a touchdown,
and again the extra point attempt
was stopped. Feist completed a
drive with an 11-yard touchdown
run. This time the conversion was
good. The quarter ended 0-34.
The third quarter saw just one
touchdown, a four-yard Rancher
run by Koch with 5:56 showing on
the clock. Koch then caught a Feist
pass to complete the conversion.
The score was 0-42.
The first part of the fourth quar-
ter, at the 7:45 mark, had one final
touchdown. Harding County’s
Kruze Robinson rushed the re-
maining two yards to the end zone.
A chance to end the game using the
50 point rule was dashed when
Philip stopped the conversion at-
tempt. The last minutes of the
game were used up by the Harding
County quarterback continually
taking a knee.
The Philip passing game, which
totaled 27 yards, consisted of Gavin
Brucklacher throwing eight times
for one completion that gained 27
yards for the Scotties. Two of those
throws were intercepted. Tate De-
Jong threw three times for a total
of 62 yards gained.
The Philip rushing game, which
totaled 121 yards, was lead by De-
Jong who carried the ball eight
times for a total of 56 yards gained.
Casey Reder had six rushes for a
total of 32 yards. Cassidy Schnabel
gained 13 yards total in his five
carries. Austin Pinney used his
three carries to gain nine yards for
the Scotties.
The Philip defensive stats show
the Scottie team heavy on assists.
Quade Slovek earned 3 solo tackles
and 15 assists. Schnabel added 1
fumble recovery to his 5 solos and
7 assisted tackles. DeJong con-
tributed 2 solos and 9 assists. Jacob
Kammerer helped his team with 7
solos and 2 assists. Pinney racked
up 4 solos and 2 assists.
Philip gained 14 first downs,
while Harding County gained 19.
The Scotties punted five times,
compared to the Ranchers not
punting at all. Philip was backed
up as a result of three 5-yard
penalties and two 15-yard penal-
ties. Harding County committed
three 5-yard, one 10-yard, and two
15-yard penalties.
The Scotties travel to Fort Pierre
Friday, September 28, to take on
the Buffaloes at 6:00 p.m. (MT).
Scotties fall to Ranchers
Philip’s Chaney Burns (#2) lofts the ball to Tate DeJong (#45) during an offensive
play against the Harding County Ranchers, Friday, September 21. Courtesy photo
Philip Scotties’ defense depends on teamwork and assisted tackles. Here two
Scotties get through the Ranchers offensive wall of white to slow the Harding
County ball carrier. Another Scottie comes around the pack to assist with the final
drop. Photo by Del Bartels
Philip’s Tate DeJong (#47) starts to
head down field. Courtesy photo
by Coach Ralph Kroetch
The week between the Scotties’
dual cross country win at White
River and the upcoming Great
Western Plains Conference meet
on Wall’s golf course, September
19, held the different feelings of ex-
citement, enthusiasm and confi-
dence.
That feeling was still evident as
the Scotties began their domina-
tion of the boys’ and girls’ varsity
races.
The boys’ varsity team started at
a fast but relaxed pace, not con-
cerned with the early lead, but
with the finish. In the final miles,
Tristen Rush moved up to finish in
the number two spot with a time of
18:07. Nelson Holman edged Rapid
City Christian’s Charlie Wilhelm
for the third spot, with both run-
ners clocking in at 18:28. Blake
Martinez out ran Lyman’s Jaylen
Uthe for fifth place, and a course
best of 18:35. Garrett Snook held
off Kadoka’s Bobby Anderson to
finish 10th at 19:35 and a new
course best. Keegan Burnett out
paced Wall’s Alex Tysdale for 19th
place at 21:24. A tremendous race
for all five men.
All-conference awards were pre-
sented to Rush, Holman and Mar-
tinez. Team standings and points
were Philip – 10, Rapid City Chris-
tian – 23, Lyman – 30, White
River – 33, and Wall – 40.
Winds were still holding at ap-
proximately 25 miles per hour
when the varsity girls lined up. The
Scotties’ goal was to dethrone the
perennial GWPC champion, the
Kadoka Kougars. Senior Holly
Iwan and freshman Ellie Coyle
began their race exchanging turns
cutting the wind for the other as
they worked their way to the front
of this field of 22 girls. These two
seemed to run in cadence well in
front of the third place finisher
until the final 150 meters when
both sprinted for the finish line.
Iwan took the win with Coyle just
two seconds back in the runner up
position.
Eighth grader Shay Hand and
junior Allison Pekron, hoping for
that one-two finish up front, knew
their finish would mean everything
to the team score. One mile in,
Hand made her move, overtaking
five runners in the next mile. In a
300 meter challenge with Kadoka’s
Shaylee Herber, briefly taking that
position only to have Herber retake
it in the final step, a courageous
run by Hand, earning the 14th
place medal at 18:39, a personal
best. Pekron ran a strong race, fin-
ishing 20th at 20:21.
The girls earned the GWPC title
for the first time in well over a
decade. Iwan and Coyle were
awarded all-conference honors.
Philip took first place with 16
points, Kadoka – 18, Lyman – 20,
Rapid City Christian – 32, and
Jones County – 45.
The Scotties’ final race was the
boys’ 4,000 meter junior varsity
run. Eighth grader Damian Bartels
and seventh grader Conner Dekker
both set new course bests. Bartels
ran steady, overtaking runner after
runner to finish in fourth place.
Dekker out ran Rapid City Christ-
ian’s Taylor Brink for the ninth
place medal. These young men are
at a great point where racing be-
comes fun and rewarding. No jun-
ior varsity team points were kept.
Philip Scotties light up GWPC
The Philip Scotties cross country team took first place in the both the boys’ and girls’ Great Western Great Plains Conference
races. Back row, from left: Garrett Snook, Nelson Holman, Tristen Rush, Blake Martinez and Keegan Burnett. Front: Damian
Bartels, Allison Pekron, Holly Iwan, Ellie Coyle, Shay Hand and Connor Dekker. Courtesy photo
by Coach Ralph Kroetch
With over 600 entries from not
only AA, A and B South Dakota
teams, but Wyoming, Nebraska
and Colorado teams as well, the
Philip Scotties learned much about
the constant pressure to move up
as the long line of runners seemed
never ending in the Rapid City
cross country meet, Friday, Sep-
tember 21.
Facing clear skies and over 25
mile per hour winds, the varsity
girls competed first. Philip senior
Holly Iwan and freshman Ellie
Coyle toed the line in box number
one, giving them open running at
the start. They moved past nearly
half the field of 81 runners in the
first mile.
The Philip girls ran together
through the first half of this 4,000
meter race. When they returned
into sight, after passing through a
tree grove, they had 1,000 meters
to go. Coyle was the lead Scottie
with Iwan close behind. Through
the final 600 meters Coyle moved
up to earn the final medal at 25th
place. She easily ran her best race
to date with a time of 16:25. Iwan
matched her own course best time
of 17:13. With total competitor fin-
ish times ranging from 14:56 to
21:11, our girls looked good as the
first and second B division finish-
ers.
Given the choice, all five Scotties
boys chose to run varsity and face
87 of the Midwest’s best. The Scot-
ties’ usual relaxed start gave them
a huge challenge early on. Tristen
Rush, Nelson Holman, Blake Mar-
tinez, Garrett Snook and Keegan
Burnett set out to move up through
this field.
Rush and Holman lead the Scot-
ties throughout, finishing 63rd and
64th at 19:36 and 19:37. Martinez
placed 82nd at 21:03. Snook and
Burnett set finish times of 21:56
and 22:36 as the bar for next year.
The boys placed 10th in team
standings.
Junior Allison Pekron was the
Scotties’ only junior varsity girl.
She made a huge improvement of
1:18 over her previous course best
to place 41st of 59 entries. Her
4,000 meter time was 20:35.
Eighth grader Shay Hand con-
tinues to show improvement, this
time in a field of 175 junior high
girls. With times on this 3,000
meter course ranging from 11:35 to
22:12, Hand’s time of 13:48 landed
her in 38th place.
Seventh grader Conner Dekker
and eighth grader Damian Bartels
joined 205 other boys for the final
race of the day. Both young men
ran well, with Bartels improving
his course best to place 67th at
13:07. Dekker turned in his best
3,000 meter time at 14:23 to place
128th. This was a great race for
these young men, as it was their
first opportunity to race against all
junior high athletes. They ran with
great enthusiasm.
The next meet for the Philip
Scotties will be at Highmore, Sat-
urday, September 29, starting at
8:00 a.m.
Scotties get experience at Rapid City meet
The Black Hills Youth Football
League is made of three age divi-
sions – Mighty Mites, Junior Pee
Wees and Pee Wees. The local
teams, the Eagles, are made of
members from Philip, Wall and
Kadoka. Nine members are from
Philip.
All three teams play 11-man
football, practicing two to three
times per week and playing every
Saturday. Though many parents
assist, the main coach is Randy
Griebel.
All three teams won their first
two games this season. Their first
win came over the Bears, a north-
ern Black Hills-based team. The
second win was over the Bucca-
neers, a Sturgis-based team. They
played again, September 22, in
Rapid City, where the Mighty
Mites and Pee Wees Eagles de-
feated the St. Thomas More Steel-
ers, while the Junior Pee Wees did
not get their win.
The Eagles’ next game, Septem-
ber 29, will be played in Philip. The
first game will start at 2:00 p.m.,
with the Mighty Mites Eagles chal-
lenging the Vikings. The Junior
Pee Wees face the Broncos at 4:00
p.m. and the Pee Wees go against
the Broncos at 6:00 p.m.
Youth football league
The Eastern Wyoming College
men’s rodeo team finished the
weekend of September 15-16 in
third place in the team standings
at the Central Wyoming College
rodeo in Torrington, Wyo. The
EWC team finished with 390
points, third behind University of
Wyoming which earned 625 points.
In the tie-down roping, Troy
Wilcox, a sophomore from Red Owl,
finished the weekend in second
place. He was also second in the
men’s all-around.
The team of Wilcox, and Cotey
Hanson freshman, from Berthold,
N.D., were second overall in the
team roping. Shane Suchy, fresh-
man, from Tryon, Neb., and part-
ner Logan Macomber, sophomore,
from Arthur, Neb., were fourth.
Trey Fortune, sophomore, from
Milesville, was second in saddle
bronc riding. Joe Bertus, freshman,
from Avon, was second in bull rid-
ing.
“We are off to a great start. We
are learning and getting better
each week,” said coach Jake Clark.
The rodeo teams will next travel to
Chadron, Neb., for the annual
Chadron State College rodeo.
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      
    
       
      
     
  
      
      ¹  
      
¹      
    
  ´  ' 1 
       
     
       
        

       ´
 ' '  ¹ ¹ 
·     ¹¹  
1 '  ¹   
       
  +    

       ´
´   1 ' 
¹  ¹      
     · ´
´ ´ 
 ´ ´   ´   
        
1  
 '
  ¹ ¬  ¹ 
     
¨ '· ¬
½·¬m
¹ 
    ¹ 
1 ¬   ¹¹¹ 
     
¹¹     '
      
  ¨ 
¹¹    
  ¹ "  
+   ¹¹ "
 ´    · 
    " ´
 ¨  ¨  ¹¹ "
 "  1´  
"  ¹    ´
  ´   '
¹ ´  ´m
'· m·  ¹ 
· ´   ´ 
¹¹ ´"+  ´ 
 ¹ ´   
´   ¹   
'    
¹¹¹      
 !    · 1
     ¹ 
 ·   ´ 
    " · 
¨    ´ 
   ¹ '
¹ ' ´m '· 
m·  ¹ ´ ´ ·
  '   ¹¹ 
     
¹   ¨  
     1
     ¨ 
   !     
    ¨  
¹¹¹ "  ´  
 ·    
' ¹ ¨º  ´m
'· m·  ¹ 
     
 ´ ¬    ´
    ´ 
     
   1   ¹
¨     ¹
 ·    
      
¹     
   ¹  
       
   ´    
    1  
¹      
¹     
   ' ¹
+ ¬  1  
¹  ÷ 
¨   ¹  ¨ ¹ 
  ¹  
    ¹¹
¨ ´    
¨ +   
 1  ·   
     
  ´   
 ¹   ¹¹
 ·  ¨ 
  ¹  ¹  
       ¹
  '   ¹¹¹
     
   ¨ ·
 + ·  +
·  + · 
+  ·¹  +
 1     
       
+  ´ 
¹ 1    
     
     ´
  '¨´ '¨´ '¨´¹
 '¨´  '¨´
 1     
      
"   ¨  1
´ '      
·     
¨  ´   
 · ¨  1 '´ ·
  1   +
   1   ¨
  ¨  1 
 ·    
·    1 
 1    
    
¹      
      ·
     
    
     
 ´    
     
       
    ¹   ¹
¹     
    + 
1 ¹¹¹¹¹   
  ¨ ¹¹
´ ' ¹¹¹¹ 
 1  ¹¹¹¹¹  

     ·´

 ¨  
   1  
      
      
·     
     
      
 ´    
     ´´   
     · 
´     ´ 
·'      
      
     
        
´ ´    
     ¨ 
      ¬ ¹ 
  ´ ¨    
      
     1  
    +  ·
+       
  1   ·  
      
         
· 
   1
     
·     
     ¨
     
´       1
      
     
      1 
 ¹    
   ¨ 1 1   
1 ´ ´  
    ¨  
 + 1     
      
+    · 1 
 ¹   
      ¹
  ¹       
      
   "  
    ´ ´ 
     
     1 ´
  ·     
  1 1 

    "  
   '  ¹ 
¹¹ 
  
   1
   ¹  
    
'º  +
  
Æº  º
 1 1
m·  ¹
   ¨   ·
      
      
  ¹  ¹¹    
    
      
    
    ·
1    1 
     
¨   1
 1   
  1   
  ·   
 + 
      
     

 ´   
 
 1     
      

 1    
·      
 
     
¹ ¹ 
    
    ¹  
÷ ¨º ´m '· 
m·  ¹ ´  
  ¹¹ ¬ "  
  ¹   ´
  ¹¹   
    
1   ´ ´ 
  ¹¹    
 ´ ´  
¹¹ ´     
 ´ ¨  ¹¹
´  ¬   
¹     ¹¹¹¹¹ ´"+
     ´
     ¹ ´ 
   ´ 1 
¹¹¹ ´    "
 ·   ¹ ´ 
  ´    ´
  '¨  
  1 ¬ +  
  ¹    
   
    1 
¹ ¨    1
      1 
 +¬+ ¨   
   ´  ¹¹ +
"   "  
 ´  ¹¹ +"
    
  ¹¹¹ +" 
     ·
       ¹¹¹
· 1   
    ·
1     ¹
· 1  ´ 
  ¹  ·  
1   ¹
      ¹¹
¬      
   1   
   1   
1    1
 ´   
      '  
   ´ ¬ 1 1
  ¹¹¹¹  ´ 
    ¹  
 1   ¹¹  
     
¹¹¹    
     
  ´  ¹¹  
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×·× × % 
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   | 
      m
     m   
m  m   
    ±   m
  ¹   
        
      
      ¹ 
  mm  
       
     
       
   
     1
     
       
        
 m     
     
      
   m m 
    
  m
  ¨ 1   
  1   
     
     
       
     
       m
     
       
   
1  ±  
    m   
     ±
   
    
¯ 1    
  m    
'm   
 '  

1  '  
      
     
  m 
  ¨ 1  
 m  
      
       
       
    m  
    
       
      
     
     
        
     
´  m     
m      
      
     
   ¨   
      
m     
    m   
     
     
m     
 ´  m 
    m  
     ±
´   
       
m    
  ¨ m 
      
       
     
    m  
       
       
     
 m   

 ±    
  m  
 ±   
  m    m 
    
   m  
     
 m     
 
·  ± 
    
±      
  '  
     
     m  
       m
m
 m     
      
   ·  
      
       
     m 
      
m       
        
  m    
       
   m  
m   
       
 m    ·
        
m    m 
      
        
     
      
     
      
 m     
     ¯  
   m   
      
    
  ± 
    
±     
       
     m 
      ± 
       
     
  ¨ 1  
    
       
       
m     '
      m
     
      
 m    m
     
    
      
  ´ 1 
  m m  1 
    m  
 '  m   
 m     
 m     
¯   ´ ¯
    m 
   m  
 m ±   
 mm 
      
    m
  m   
   m  
± m   ±
      
  |m   
        
      m
 m  ± m 
  m  
 m ±   
    
    m 
    1
m     
     
    
       
 ±   m |
      
 m  m
  
  ¨ 1  
m    
    
     
     
m    
   ´
      
     ' ±
  m    
    ¨  
 m  ´ 
     
    m  
 
¯  mm  
 · ´  
     
  mm 
´mm 'm 
    
      
   m m ·  
  ±    
  ¯ 
'     
   ¹¹  ¹¹
     
 m    m
      
     
1 ' ±
1 | ' 
1 · m ' 
' 1  '
' ´m 1 
 ¯    
    
      

¯ m '    
   1  
 ´ 1 m 
       
±     
     m
m    
m     
       
   m    
  '   m  m 
  m  
    
 m  m ´
 ±      
     m 

   
     
   · m
 m  ±
       
 ·    ·
mm  m
 ± m   1 
 · ·   
     
m      
   m 
    ´  m 
     
  m
    ±
     
     ±
m     
 ±    
 ±     
    
  m   
     ± 
     m 
'       
    
       
      
  
  ¨ 1   
´     
 m   
     
 
T   : 
  :   
Æm  Wm
·  w×  +¹%÷+  ·w=m
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´  ¬¹¬
¹ +      ·  ³ 
'¹ +¹
¬·
´  
vvv    
    
   · 
 · & ¹ ·
` `     

v
´  % v
  .  v
vv     
   
v 
 v   
   
·    ·
Æ ´ ´ 
vvv    
    
v   v 
  
   · 
   
   
  
'   
 v   

·    ·
  v   
·  
'Æ ´    
       
      
v      
 v    
       
v    v 
v
     
        
    '   v
      
      

 ' ¹
  ¹ 
    
 ¹
 " ´
     
    
     
    ¹
1 
Æ´%  ´
   
     ´ Æ
 ¹  ¹
 ¹
"    ´
'´ ´ 
  
W " ´"
     
   
  ´ | 
  ´  | 
 ¹ ´  ¹
   ¹
 
M × ´
  1   
    
    ´
¹¹ ¹
   
     
 ¹ 
v v 
  Æ  
  
     
       
 1 | ´ 
¹   ¹

    
   v   
     
 
 
  º  
    · 
      
  · 1  
1  %m 
MM  
  ¹   ' 
  '   
v Æ  v
    
 v 
 ·   
    
v v  vv 
   
   v 
 ·   
 v 
   
v 
' W
' '  
 |   
   v 
   
   
   
   
   
    
    
    
     
 v   
   
' Æ   | ¹
 v  v  
    
   
 '

' ' 
´  
    
   v
   v
  
    
v ¹  ¹
 ¹ 
¹
M'M ''
  ´ ¯ 
   |   
  v 1v 
    
    
  ·    
   
º '  
 v  
 ´   
v  

M´  
   v 
   v 
   ´ 
 º º
    
´ ¹ 
  º  
     
    
  ´  
¹¹ º
    
    
'Æ'    
 'Æ'  vv
   'Æ' 
      
  ´ ¹
  ¹¹

   1|  
v  v ¹
 v   
Æ ·   
 ´ ¹

    
     
´ ¹¹  ¹

 
    ''
1    v 
  v 
  ¹ 
¹  v

     
v v   
 º   ´ 
 
MÆ M  
 v  ¹ 
v    
   1
  ¹v 
´   

ÆM  
  W ´  ¹
   º
   v 
     
 v  
    
 v   v 
    ¹
   v   
 
'M  
v    
    
     
    
      
    
v  º¹
´
    v
   
´ ¹ 
´ '´
'   
       
      
    º 
    
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   
    
     
     
        
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 w  
w
"   
    
w    
  w    
ww ¹   
   w  
 w    
 w    
     

¹    ¨
+    
  w  w 
      
   
¹ ·   
w     ww
     
w    " 
      
   ww
¹  
w  w   
 1w    
 w    

¹     
    
    w
  
Y 
 ) ' & w
¨ 
' `  & w
` w ' & w
'   & w
+     
     
    ` +
    
   w  )
` w " 
     
     
    
       
  ww   w
   
¹ &  
 Y &  )
¹    w w 
    
      
   w  )
 +  w  ¨
 )
   &

  '
  v  
  '  
 ´     '
 1 ´ 
'
´'1¯º' ´
´  
 v 
  1
´  vv
    vv
   
'   |
 ' Æ  Æv
|   v
vv
|'¯ ´'¯ ´'11
'    
 v | ´ 
  1 
 ´  | 
     
  v 
   
| ´  
¹
 
 ´   ¹
 v   
   v
   ´ 

 × " ''
|  '
Æ'¯   v
    ´1 v
º  v ~ 
 1  ´ 
 
 ' Æ'¯
 ' | Æ
¹¹¹ ¹ v  
 ¹   ´
    
v
´
|  º
    
  | 
´    
     
    ´
   
¹  
 
Æ Æ´ 
 v   
    
     v
  ´  
1 ¹¹
       
M"
    
     
   v 
  ´ ¹
º
    
´   
    
 º|   
   v 
v  ¹¹ 
 
   ´ v
     
  ¹ v
 ´ ¹

Æ × "´
 ´ '
  
´   
  ' 
 ´ Æ  
¹
Æ  × ´
´    
  ´  
  
  ·
   ¹
¹  1¹¹ 
¨m 
1º  º    ¨º
¹¹  ¹¹ Æ ¹¹  ¹¹
  ' 
¹ '     ' ´
Æ M
   · |'
  ´
´  +¹¹
 ¬
¹¹  %m 
°  ·
´¹
 m¬ m
´
| ¯´' 
  ´ ´
 ´   
v    | '
 ¹  ´ | 
   
¹  |
v
Æ ''
''1 | ¯
1    1
   
  vv 
´ Æ  
¹  v
vv       
   

'º   ´´   
  · 
    ´ 
|     
   ´ 
  
º| '' ' Ư
   Æ
   Æ 
     
     
    
¹¹
Æ "
´' '¯ '| 
v    
      v
 |   
v v 
    
¹
M'M
'' ' '´ '
´ v  ´ 
 |  ¹ 
 v  
v   
 v     
   
  ´ º |' ·
|'   
   
   ´ Æ
vv   ¹¹
    
v  ´   ' Æ
¹  | ¹ 
¹¹ Æ º¹
´   
+  ' 
¨ ¹¹¹¹
' W Æ · +
  ' 
º ·


¨


¨ ¨
 
 
· ¹ 
´ ¹ 
½¬¬ » 
º'º¨1¨ ºººÆ
'+' 'ºº
¹ '+ 
W º'º¨1¨
¹ '+ 
· 
+  
 
  
 
 
¹
·
  
  
 





       
´   
      
  ´  
 '
¹
 ¹  ¹ 9¬
 
+
  
 

 +
 
  
 ¹
   ·
 


~ Saturday, Sept. 29 ~
Prime Rib
~ Monday, Oct. 1 ~
Prime Rib
Sandwich
   
   ¹  


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~ Tuesday, Sept. 25 ~
Petite Ribeye
~ Wednesday, Sept. 26 ~
Indian Taco or
Taco Salad
~ Thursday, Sept. 27 ~
Beef Tip Basket
~ Friday Buffet, Sept. 28 ~
Barbecued Pork Ribs
Chicken • Shrimp
'· ¬ º
·
¨ 
¹¹ m

´ 
½·
¬m
¹ +      · ³¬ ¹
WÆ¨ º+
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m ½m
 ´ ´  "  '" %   ´ "   ´
  
 
Æ M%W 
1   
  
 '   
´  
 W 
   
 '% 
1   
" W
 
 
ÆÆ  
   
Æ  
º   
'' "´% ´
· +¹
m
  
  
·w *× ×
 ´ ¹ ´ Æ| ´  ·
¯ ´  ´" ×  
1 1  ´M HW °"""
V¤
 ¨¨ Y·+¨¹ 1'1Y '+)
Æ ' ´   Æ  ·   ¹
M´" ´   ´    ¹
´ + 1¹ ¨¨ Y·+¨¹ +¨+ ¨+¹¯'+
++ & ¯'` ')
% M   Æ ´¹
Æ   Æ ´  ¹
 ´   |  ´ ¹
´   ´  ´  ¹
Æ   | ´   'º¹
W   Æ · ƺ ´ ¹
M   Æ ´ ¹
M   1' ´  ·  º Æ ´
 ¹
M   Æ   ¹
%   Æ ´ ¹
M   Æ  ¹
"   Æ ´  ¹
   Æ ´ ¹
"M   Æ ´  ¹
ÆW × ÆW   Æ · ƺ ´ ¹
   Æ ´ ¹
' × '   Æ ´  ¹
´   Æ ´ ¹
Æ   Æ · ƺ ´  ¹
Æ   Æ | · ´  ´  ¹
Æ × Æ   Æ · ƺ  ¹
   Æ · ƺ ´ ¹
%''   Æ   ¹
W   Æ · ƺ ´  ¹
M%W   Æ ´  ¹
Æ × M   ´ |   ¹
M × M   Æ · ƺ  ¹
   Æ ´  ¹
"% ´   Æ · ƺ ´  ¹
M´   Æ · ´  ´ ¹
"´% × "   Æ · ƺ ´  ¹
Æ   Æ · ƺ   ¹
´   Æ ´ ¹
Æ × Æ   Æ   ¹
   Æ ´ ¹
´   Æ · ƺ ´ ¹
´´%   Æ ´ ¹
   Æ · ƺ ´ ¹
   Æ   ¹
´Æ   Æ ´  ¹
W   Æ ´  ¹
"%   Æ ´  ¹
   Æ ´ ¹
   Æ ´ ¹
"M   Æ ´  ¹
W   Æ ´  ¹
M   Æ · | ´  ¹
M'   Æ   ¹
M   Æ · ƺ  ¹
"   Æ ´  ¹
H1 *1WWHW   ¤ * V1 1V 
"+Æ°° 1 "++Æ 1 H1 W1H1W
W ´  º¯ ´'º Ư · 
  M  1 1
"W  "      m   ×   ¬
     m     ´m   Æ  ´
        
¹  ¹·  
  *  *  
 ·  w   
·× ·  × w× 
 × ±  w× × ¨¨·
'  º   ¬
  º ¬ · 
        
¬  ·    
 +  ¹¹

' 
 ´ + ´ Æ| ´ 
W ´ · ´ '´ ´'º · Æ| 
 · º¯ ´'º Ư ·  
 ´  ´ Æ| ´ 
W ´  º¯ ´'º Ư ·  
 ´ ¹ ´ Æ| ´ 
W ´ ¹ º¯ ´'º Ư ·  
 ´ · ´ Æ| ´ 
W ´  º¯ ´'º Ư ·  
 "  ´ '´ ´'º | Æ| 
 · º¯ ´'º Ư ·  
 "  ´ Æ| ´  · 
¯ ´ 
W "  º¯ ´'º Ư ·  
 "  ´ Æ| ´  · 
¯ ´ 
 " ¹· ´ '´ ´'º · Æ| 
 · ¯ ´ 
 " ¹ ´ Æ| ´  · 
¯ ´ 
 ´  ´ Æ| ´'|'|
´  · ¯ ´  ´ '  
1¯ Æ º|    º ·  ´'|
' ' '¯º ¯ º ·
1'¯
 ´  ´ '´ ´'º · Æ| 
 · ¯ ´  · º ¯ ¯
Ư · 1 
 ´  ´ Æ| ´  · 
¯ ´  · '1 ´  Ư 
 ´ ¹ ' 
W' ´W Æ ×  W
  W   W
 ´Æ ·  ¹  × " 
* 1
¤  Æ Æ"¹Æ
 %  ¨ ·× × ×  × % · ¨
% H×  %    ¨ ×
 ·×¨  ¨w    ·×  
 ×

Æ% ´  W "
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
Æ × % %´%   W
Æ  ¹
Æ  ¹
 ´ ´  ''
 Æ · ƺ   ¹
| · º   ¹
 Æ · ƺ   ¹
´ · Æ '  ¹
 Æ · ƺ   ¹
M´% × MM M  W W
Æ '  ¹
Æ '  ¹
Æ  ¹
´   W
 | · Æ  ¹
 Æ%  
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
" ´M  ''
 Æ · ƺ '  ¹
 ×  ''  ''
Æ '  ¹
 ×  M´  ''
Æ '  ¹
   %%
 Æ | · ´ '  ¹
  ×   M '
 | · Æ  ¹
Æ '  ¹
W ×  %''  W W
| · Æ '  ¹
 Æ  Æ '
 Æ · ƺ '  ¹
Æ × M   ´
| · Æ '  ¹
 %  M
Æ '  ¹
M   M '
Æ '  ¹
M ÆÆ × % M  M"
 | '  ¹
   [
Æ '  ¹
M   W
Æ '  ¹
 ×  ´  W
Æ '  ¹
 | · Æ  ¹
 ´ ´  M
Æ '  ¹
' ´% ´  Æ"
 | '  ¹
'   × ´   ´
 Æ · ƺ '  ¹
Æ´ ´  M
Æ '  ¹
´% × Æ"   W
 Æ · ƺ '  ¹
M Æ  M '
 Æ · ƺ '  ¹
' "%  ''
| · Æ '  ¹
Æ ´  ''
Æ '  ¹
   
Æ '  ¹
M ×  %  W
| · Æ '  ¹
´"
   ´
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
Æ · ƺ  ¹
 × M% M  W W
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
´ × Æ´  ''
´  ¹
´ · Æ  ¹
 ´  ¹
 ´ · Æ  ¹
' ´  
Æ  ¹
Æ  ¹
 Æ  ¹
" ×     ´
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
Æ · ƺ  ¹
 Æ  W W
Æ  ¹
Æ  ¹
 Æ  ¹
 Æ  ¹
´   M '
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
Æ · ƺ  ¹
´´% ´  ''
Æ  ¹
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
Æ · ƺ  ¹
 Æ  ¹
' ×   M"
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
 | · Æ  ¹
Æ · ƺ  ¹
'   %%
Æ  ¹
Æ  ¹
 Æ  ¹
´ × ´ %''  W W
Æ  ¹
Æ  ¹
M% ´%  ' ´
 |  ¹
 |  ¹
|  ¹
|  ¹
´'  × ´  ´'
Æ  ¹
Æ  ¹
´    W W
´  ¹
´  ¹
M ×  W  %%
Æ  ¹
 |  ¹
M´%   M
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
 Æ  ¹
| · Æ  ¹
ÆÆ ´ ´  Æ"
Æ  ¹
Æ × ÆW  ´'
Æ | · ´  ¹
 Æ | · ´  ¹
 WM  Æ
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
 Æ  ¹
 × % ´  %%
Æ  ¹
Æ  ¹
 Æ  ¹
 Æ  ¹
 '  ''
´ · Æ  ¹
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
 × M   
  Æ|  ¹
 W´  M
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
Æ · ƺ  ¹
 Æ  ¹
%" %´  W%
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
 Æ · ƺ  ¹
 Æ  ¹
 Æ  ¹
Æ × ' ´  W W
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 M  Æ
' ´¯ ' ´' 
' ´¯ ' ´' 
 W  ´  W
'  Æ¯ '   '| 1 
' | '   '| 1 
' | '  
' Æ'º ' ´' 
'  ' ' ´' 
'  ' ' ´' 
'    '| 1 
 '%  M"
' '   '| | 
' '   '| | 
" × M %  [
' Æ   '| | 
% "M  %%
' | '   '| | 
 × Æ´ ´W  ''
' Æ   '| | 
" ×  Æ  
' | '   '| 1 
' '   '| 1 
'  ¯'   '| 1 
'  |¯   '| 1 
'  Æ'º   '| 1 
' '1'   '| 1 
'  |¯   '| 1 
   Æ ´
' '   '| | 
 ×    W "
'    '| | 
 "´ % ´  
' '   '| | 
' '   '| 1 
'  '1'   '|  
' Ư´   '| | 
M´% %  W
' '1'   '| | 
M% %  W
'    '| | 
' Ư´   '| | 
   W
' |¯   '| | 
Æ ´  ´ 
' Æ   '| | 
'  Æ   '| | 
' '   '| | 
 ´%   
' Ư´   '| | 
 × Æ M  "
'  ¯ ' ´' 
' Æ'º ' ´' 
'  Æ ' ´' 
 ×  ´  ´'' 
'    '| 1 
'  | |¯   '| | 
´ [   ''
' '1'' ' ´' 
'  Ư´ ' ´' 
'  Ư´ ' ´' 
% × M    Æ 
'  ' ' ´' 
'  Æ ' ´' 
' | '  
' | |¯ ' ´' 
´´% M [   ´´
'    '| 1 
´ × ´ Æ´  ´ 
' | ' ' ´' 
    ''
' '1'   '| | 
% 'M´   W
' '  
'  '1' ' ´' 
Æ´ Æ W [   M
'  Æ '   '| | 
' Ư´ ' ´' 
' Ư´ ' ´' 
' ´M
'´ ×   ''
'   '| | 
MM    W "
 |¯   '| | 
M´ '  % 
'   '| | 
 M  W Æ
 Ư´ | 
' "M  '
Ư´   '| | 
M% ´  MÆ
Æ´   '| | 
Æ W  %%
Æ   '| | 
´ M   
   '| 1 
 
¯| ¹  
¹  ¹  
¹ · '   
|| '´  |
W? + W? +
   
     
 m     
    
  ¯ m 
  |m   

    m 
m m   
     
      
    
     
     
      
     
m       
m  
 m   
    m
      
    m
m   m
     
      
    
    m  
    
m    m 
    m   
    m  
   m
   m  
     m

   
    
  m   
    
   
¨     
    
   m 
      
   m   
    
    
 m    
       
   
m    
     ¹¹
m      
   m  
m      
    m
     
     m
     
   m
  m 
  m   
      
  m 
'    
 
 ¨   
     
    
    
       

    
 m ´   

 ¯    
      
    
m    

    
  m  
m m   
 m  m 
   m
 ¯    
     
     m
   m

¬ 
 m    
    ±
´   1
·     
     
 ¹  
     
±´    ¯ 
    m ¹¹ m  ¹¹
m      
 ¹    m
   ¯ m
    
 1·  
     
    
   ¹    
      
m  ±´ 
1· m 
   
  m  
     
 ¹     
     
    
   ¯ 
´  
    
  
     
     
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