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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHInterior • 859-2310
Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m.
BELVIDERE COMMUNITY CHURCHPastor Gary McCubbin • 344-2233
Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m.Coffee & Donuts: 10:30 a.m.Sunday School: 10:45 a.m. Sept. - May
OUR LADY OF VICTORY CATHOLIC CHURCHFather Bryan Sorensen • Kadoka • 837-2219
Mass: Sunday - 11:00 a.m.Confession After Mass
INTERIOR COMMUNITY CHURCH
Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. • Church: 10:30 a.m.
EAGLE NEST LIFE CENTERGus Craven • Wanblee • 462-6002
Sunday Church: 11:00 a.m.
WIC, FoodStamps & EBTPhone: 837-2232
Monday thru Saturday8 AM - 6 PM
CONCORDIA LUTHERAN • Kadoka • 837-2390Pastor Art Weitschat
Sunday Services: 10:00 a.m.
LUTHERAN PARISH - ELCAOUR SAVIORS LUTHERAN • Long ValleyPastor Frezil Westerlund
Sunday Services: 5:00 p.m.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHKadoka • Pastor Gary McCubbin • 837-2233
Worship Services: 11:00 a.m.Sunday School: Sr. Adults - 9:45 a.m.Sunday School: All Ages - 9:45 a.m., • Sept. - MayRelease Time: 2:15 p.m. Wednesdays. • Sept. - May
1 John 4:4-6Scripture records two occasions when Satan askedGod for permission to test a believer. The Devil at-tempted to break the faith first of Job (1:6-12) and thenof Peter (Luke 22:31-34). Jesus warned that Satanwanted to "sift" the disciple like wheat--shaking his faith in the way a farmer separates wheat kernelsfrom debris. The Enemy hoped that Peter would fall away like chaff. But both attacks ultimately failed,and the men came through with faith restored and strengthened by the Lord. However, at the time of trial, each found himself attacked in the most vulnerable area of his heart.Is your life making an impact worth talking about? Are you serving God in such a way as to makeSatan feel threatened? If not, you don't need a major attack for your faith to suffer greatly. Instead of being alert and recognizing the battle at stake, you will be lulled into uselessness like a frog in waterheating gradually to a boil.But when you grow spiritually--rejecting lies and taking hold of the wholeness that is yours in Christ--you threaten the work of the Evil One. The Lord calls on you to extend His love to specific people becauseyou have just the right knowledge, story, or temperament to reach them. And when you do, you reclaimstolen territory for His kingdom.You may think you're not important, but the Lord knows your true value. As His beloved child andfriend, you have an important part in His plan for eternity. Satan fears you when you recognize thistruth. Fight back and rely on God's Spirit--greater is He who is within you!
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TRAFFIC/COURT REPORT Jackson County, SD
Simple Assault & Interference with Emergency Communications:
No date listed: Anthony Harty,
Kadoka: Assault: Plea: Not Guilty; Pleadate: 07-11-12; Convicted at Trial: Fine and costs $150; 60 days jail with59 days suspended. Interference: Plea: Not Guilty; Plea date: 07-11-12;Convicted at Trial: Fine and costs $120; 10 days jail with nine days sus-pended. Jail time is suspended based on the following conditions: obeyall laws and no law violations, repay court appointed attorney fees, andno contact with Mary Shortbull or Carol Mayberry all for two years, reportto jail no later than 7-23-12 at 7 p.m.
Posses Two Ounces of Marijuana or Less:
03-03-12: Jeremiah Janson,
Anoka, MN: Plea: Guilty; Plea date: 07-25-12; Fine and costs $250; 10 days jail suspended based on the followingconditions: obey all laws, pay fine and costs, including any blood testcosts if applicable.
Ingest Intoxicant Other Than Alcoholic Beverage:
03-03-12: Abram Carley,
New Brighton, MN: Plea: Guilty; Plea date: 07-25-12; Fine and costs $250; 10 days jail suspended based on the follow-ing conditions: obey all laws for one year, pay fine and costs, includingany blood test costs if applicable, and pay restitution to clerk for SD DrugControl fund.
Ingest Intoxicant Other Than Alcoholic Beverage & Use or Posses-sion of Drug Paraphernalia:
04-26-12: Talana Standing Bear,
Wanblee: Ingest: Plea: Guilty; Pleadate: 07-25-12; Fine and costs $250; Possession: Plea: Guilty; Plea date:07-25-12; Fine and costs $288; 10 days jail suspended based on the fol-lowing conditions: obey all laws for one year, pay fine and costs, includingany blood test costs if applicable, and pay restitution of $45 for SD DrugControl fund.
Driving Under the Influence - 1st Offense:
05-19-12: Melda Terkildsen,
Kadoka: Plea: Guilty; Plea date: 07-25-12;Fine and costs $584; 30 days jail with 28 days suspended based on thefollowing conditions: pay fine and costs and restitution to clerk, no law vi-olation for one year, obtain alcohol evaluation, attend and successfullycomplete any recommendations and file proof with the clerk by datestated, report to sheriff for jail on August 10, 2012 at 7 a.m., work permitupon proof of insurance and employment.
Posses Two Ounces of Marijuana or Less & No Drivers License:
05-19-12: Shaina Montileaux,
Rapid City: Possession: Plea: Guilty; Pleadate: 07-25-12; Fine and costs $250; 10 days jail suspended; License:Plea: Guilty; Plea date: 7-25-12; Fine and costs $120; Jail suspendedbased on the following conditions: pay fine and costs and attorney fees,obey all laws for one year.
5, 2011, when Jakeway and his sonabducted the victim, an adult male.Jakeway and his son, Jerett Jake-way, thought the victim had stolena piece of property from anotherfamily member. They traveled fromWanblee to the Rosebud Sioux In-dian Reservation and located thevictim. At gun point, they forcedthe victim out of a vehicle and as-saulted him. They forced the victiminto their car for the purpose of ha-rassing and interrogating him andstarted driving back toward Wan-blee. Law enforcement authoritieswere dispatched to the area, lo-cated the Jakeways, stopped theirvehicle, and freed the victim. Thevictim suffered bruises and abra-sions during the kidnapping.Co-defendant Jerett Jakewaywill be sentenced October 1, 2012.He pled guilty to one count of theindictment which charged himwith kidnapping and aiding andabetting.The investigation was conductedby Rosebud Sioux Tribe Law En-forcement Services. The case wasprosecuted by Assistant UnitedStates Attorney Tim Maher.Jakeway was remanded to thecustody of the United States Mar-shal.William Jakeway United States Attorney Brendan V. Johnson an-nounced that a Wanblee, SouthDakota, man charged with Kidnap-ping and Aiding and Abetting wassentenced on September 24, 2012,by United States District JudgeRoberto A. Lange. William Jake-way, age 52, was sentenced to 108months in custody, three years of supervised release, and a $100 spe-cial assessment to the Victim Assis-tance Fund.Jakeway was indicted by a fed-eral grand jury on April 10, 2012,and pled guilty to the charge onJune 20, 2012.The conviction stems from an in-cident that took place on November
Wanblee man sentencedin kidnapping case
Virginia Burns, age 95 of Philip,S.D., died Sunday, September 30,2012, at the Hans P. Peterson Me-morial Hospital in Philip.Virginia Johnson was born Au-gust 29, 1917, in Sioux City, Iowa,the daughter of Knute Napoleonand Effie Carolyn Johnson. Shegrew up in Sioux City, and gradu-ated from East High School in1935. She then attended Morning-side College in Sioux City, whereshe earned her teacher’s certificate.She taught third grade in SiouxCity. During World War II, Virginiawas an aircraft communicator forthe Civil Service and worked at thePhilip Airport, assisting withplanes crossing the United States.She then taught seventh grade, forone semester at Philip School in1945. Virginia was united in marriageto Sherman Burns on December29, 1945, at Sioux City, Iowa. Shestayed home to raise her sons. In1965 to 1970, she worked as deputyauditor for Haakon County.In 1970, she taught at Old TrailRural School north of Philip, andduring this time she returned tosummer school at Black Hills StateCollege, where she received herbachelor of science degree in 1972.She taught at Philip Elementaryfrom 1972 until 1992. After retiringshe volunteered at the grade schooluntil 1998.During her lifetime, Virginiawas very active in the community.Her memberships include FirstLutheran Church, where she wason the church council and altarguild, Sunday School superintend-ent, teacher, and reader. She alsowas a Girl Scout leader, and pastpresident of the hospital board, anda judge for Junior Miss, 4-H, anddeclam. She received the PTA Life-time Award and the Teacher of the Year at the Haakon School Districtin 1984-1985. Virginia was also amember of the Order of the East-ern Star, where she served as sec-retary and Worthy Matron.Survivors include two sons,Sherman Burns, Jr. of Sheridan,Wyo., and Colin Burns and hiswife, Ruth, of Casper, Wyo.; threegrandsons, Craig, Kevin and CoryBurns; four great-grandsons, Adam, Brian, Bradley and Jordan;three sisters-in-law, Shirley John-son of Clintonville, Wis., JeanBurns of Philip and Mary MarthaBurns of Rapid City; a specialfriend, Kay Ainslie and her hus-band, George, of Philip; and a hostof other relatives and friends. Virginia was preceded in deathby her husband, Sherman Burns,on July 22, 1968; her parents; andtwo brothers, Bob and EdwardJohnson.Services were held Wednesday,October 3, at the American LegionHall in Philip, with Pastor FrezilWesterlund officiating.Interment was at the MasonicCemetery in Philip. A memorial has been estab-lished. Arrangements were with theRush Funeral Home of Philip.Her online guestbook is avail-able at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Lucile Stewart, 85, passed awaySeptember 20, 2012 at the Hum-boldt Care Center North in Hum-boldt, Iowa.Mary Lucile Stewart was born August 14, 1927 in Kingsley, Iowa,the third of four children born toOwen LeRoy Dugan and Mary Lu-cile (Fitzpatrick) Dugan. She livedon the family farm northwest of Kingsley, attended country school,and graduated from Kingsley HighSchool in 1944.For a short time after gradua-tion she worked for the Federal Bu-reau of Investigation inWashington D. C. and then taughtfor a year in a one-room countryschool near Wanblee, SouthDakota. With her mother and step-father she followed the harvestfrom the Dakotas to Arizona end-ing in California where she foundwork in the emerging frozen foodindustry as a secretary and ac-countant.When Lucile’s stepfather diedshe took on the responsibility of providing a home for her mother.Lucile and her mother moved toGolden, Colorado, where Lucilecontinued her work as a secretaryand accountant.Lucile married John Stewart(also of Golden, CO) in BoulderCity, Nevada, on June 21, 1961.John owned and operated employ-ment agencies in the Denver area. After their marriage, Lucile man-aged one of the employment offices. After John died in 1971, Lucile re-turned to her work as secretary/ac-countant at the same time earningher license as a real estate agentand broker.In 1979 Lucile and her mothermoved to Julesburg, CO, where Lu-cile worked for Cumming Reality,managed her investment proper-ties, and continued to care for hermother who passed away in 1996.Lucile enjoyed her retirement inJulesburg until moving to Rolfe,Iowa in 2009. In 2011 she moved tothe Humboldt Care Center.Lucile is survived by her stepdaughter and her husband Al andMarcelene (Stewart) Johnson of Lake Havasu City, AZ; herbrother’s children and their fami-lies: Owen and Gay Dugan of Lakewood, CO, Minor (Buzz) andJennifer (Dugan) Atkinson of BlueSprings, MO, Steve and Jo Duganof Lakewood, CO, Matt and JandyDugan of Aurora, CO, and MarkDugan of Lakewood, CO; two of hersister’s children: Mike and LanaPratt of Rolfe, IA, and family andLyle and Katheryn (Pratt) Spencerof Goldfield, IA; and the family of Vonnie Jane (Pratt) Fetter of Long-mont, CO; brother-in-law, DonaldPratt formerly of Kingsley/Pierson,IA; cousins, friends and former co-workers.She was preceded in death byher parents, her husband, JohnWesley Stewart, brother and hiswife, Herbert and Emilie (AmsieGollhofer) Dugan, sister, Vonnie(Dugan) Pratt, younger brother,Dennis Dugan, who died in child-hood, nephew, Daniel Dugan, whoalso died in childhood, and niece, Vonnie Jane (Pratt) Fetter.Graveside services and burialwas held at the Hillside Cemeteryin Julesburg, Colorado on October1, 2012. The Mason-Lindhart Fu-neral Home of Humboldt, Iowa, as-sisted the family.
Dorothy Seidler, age 87, of Mid-land, S.D., died October 1, 2012, atthe Maryhouse in Pierre.Dorothy M. Dennis was born Oc-tober 10, 1924, in Redfield, thedaughter of Archie “Tom” andMarie (Fish) Dennis. Dorothy’smother died soon after Dorothywas born. Grandparents Jess andKate Dennis brought Dorothy totheir home north of Midland whenshe was five days old and she con-tinued to live with them, attendingLiberty Country School for fiveyears.She then moved to Midlandwhere Tom and Lillian, her step-mother, were living and attendedschool there for one year while Lil-lian was teaching in the Midlandschool. The family moved to theTom Dennis farm-ranch andDorothy attended Prairie QueenSchool for two years. Then Lilliantaught the Twin Buttes School eastof home and she, Dorothy, and acousin, Olivia Dennis (now Per-ovich), lived at the school duringthe week and went home on week-ends while Dorothy was in eighthand ninth grades. She then at-tended high school in Midland, liv-ing in the girls’ dormitory, justnorth of present day Open Bibleparsonage. She worked at the co-opgrocery store during high schoolyears. She graduated from MidlandHigh School in 1942 and went towork at a chicken farm near RapidCity.Dorothy married Bob Seidler on April 30, 1943, in Midland, andwent back to work at the co-op gro-cery store while Bob managed theTexaco station for Ray Schultz of Murdo. Bob and Dorothy moved tothe Jess and Kate Dennis home tohelp them with their farm workuntil 1953. After Dorothy’s dad,Tom Dennis, died she and Bobmoved to the Tom Dennis farm-ranch west of Highway 14 wherethey lived until retiring.They moved to Midland in 2007.They enjoyed living in their onestory home instead of the three sto-ries on the farm, especially becauseit was just across the street fromthe Midland school playgroundwhere they could see the kids play-ing during recess and noon break.Dorothy served on the PheobaSchool Board from many years.Phoeba school, post office and storeall were named for her grandfa-ther, Phoeba Richardson, who livednortheast of the Jess Dennis farm.Entertainment in the early yearswas card parties at the homes of the neighbors in the area east andwest of Highway 14. That pastimewas taken up again at the MidlandSenior Center after Dorothy andBob retired.Another entertainment was tak-ing long drives when the wind wasblowing so hard it made work onthe farm miserable. They some-times got quite a distance fromhome before turning back! ThePlatte-Winner Bridge, Sisseton,Lemmon, or even into Wyomingwere some of the places theyturned the car toward Midlandagain after enjoying the scenery inplaces they hadn’t been recently, if ever.While their girls were in highschool, they attended all schoolevents and followed MHS sportsteams. They “hauled” cheerleadersfor several years to out of townevents. They drove even to the far-thest ‘away’ games or anywhere theMidland Tumblers performed,nearly always being first to arrive,no matter how far away!Survivors include her husband,Robert “Bob” Seidler of Midland;two daughters, Athellen GibbsWesterman of Pierre, and her son, Allen (Tammy) Gibbs and theirson, Marcus; and Phyllis NelsenWells of Worland, Wyo., and hersons, Troy (Kelly) Nelsen and son,Wyatt, of Worland, and Terry(Angie) Nelsen and son, Caidon, of Sioux Falls; and many nieces andnephews.Dorothy was preceded in deathby her parents, Archie and MarieDennis.Visitation will be held from 3:00to 5:00 p.m. Thursday, October 4,at the Rush Funeral Home inPhilip, and one hour preceding theservices at the church on Friday.Funeral services will begin at10:00 a.m. MDT Friday, October 5,at the Open Bible Church in Mid-land, with Pastor Andy Blye offici-ating.Interment will be at the MidlandCemetery.Rush Funeral Home is in chargeof arrangements. Her online guestbook can be viewed at www.rushfuneralhome.com