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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHInterior • 859-2310
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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
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CONCORDIA LUTHERAN • Kadoka • 837-2390
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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
Monday, December 17
Fish portions, oven browned po-tatoes, parsley carrots, oatmealfruit muffin, and plums.
Tuesday, December 18
Roast beef, mashed potatoes andgravy, broccoli-cauliflower, bread,and strawberries and bananas.
Wednesday, December 19
Spaghetti with meatsauce,tossed salad, juice, french bread,and mixed fruit.
Thursday, December 20
Baked ham, sweet potatoes, sea-soned green beans, dinner roll, andapplesauce.
Friday, December 21
Oyster stew or potato soup, rel-ishes, meat and cheese tray, gela-tin salad, bread, and Christmasdessert.
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2 Corinthians 1:18-22The Christian life rests on a foundation of God'spromises for today and for the future. We can trusteverything that our heavenly Father has said becauseHis Word shows Him to be...Truthful. The Lord knows what is true and speaks honestly in all matters. We can be assured of thisbecause He is holy; there is no sin in Him. He is also omniscient and understands everything (Heb. 4:12-13). His promises are based on His infinite knowledge and truthfulness.Faithful. Scripture compares the Lord to a shepherd who "gathers the lambs in his arms and carriesthem close to his heart" (Isa. 40:11 niv). What He has planned for us, He will bring to fruition (Rom. 8:28).Our heavenly Father does not waver in His intentions or will.Loving. God's love for us was demonstrated at the cross. He sent His Son Jesus to die by crucifixionand thereby take the punishment for our sins. The Savior experienced God's wrath against iniquity sowe might know only His love. This is the ultimate proof of His devotion to us.All-powerful. Divine power created the world and raised the Savior back to life, so we know God hasthe ability to carry out all His plans. Our omnipotent Father can keep every one of His promises.A promise is valuable only if the one making it has trustworthy character and the ability to carrythrough. Our heavenly Father is truthful, faithful, loving, and all-powerful. We can base our entire lifeon His promises, secure in the knowledge that He will do just as He has said.
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Jane Kampfe ___________________
Jane Kampfe, 90, died Saturday,December 8, 2012 at Golden Liv-ing Center-Meadowbrook NursingHome.Rilla Jane (Gardner) Kampfewas born September 14, 1922, inWesterville, Nebraska, to John B.and Elsie M. (Copsey) Gardner.She attended school in Westerville.She met Alvin Kampfe in Mar-tin, SD, while she was stayingwith her sister. On October 22,1940, Alvin and Jane were marriedin Omaha, Nebraska. To thisunion, two children were born:Gregory and Garland.The couple lived on a farm nearLong Valley, SD, from the mid1940s to early 1980s. They thenmade Rapid City their home. After Alvin died in 1989, Jane moved toPhilip, SD. When her health de-clined, she moved back to RapidCity to be closer to her family.Jane loved to garden and playcards. She will be remembered forbeing a loving mother, grand-mother, and friend.Jane was preceded in death byher husband, Alvin; her parents,six sisters and three brothers.Survivors include two sons: Gre-gory (Nancy) Kampfe, Rapid City;Garland (Kathy) Kampfe,Spearfish; seven grandchildren:Steven (Heidi) Kampfe; Jacqueline(Mike) DeLancey; Mark (Kelly)Kampfe; Leanne (Julian Falla)Kampfe; Janice Kampfe; Carole(Jamie) James and Amy (Dustin)Swan; and eight great grandchil-dren.Funeral services were held at2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December12, 2012, at Osheim & SchmidtFuneral Home, 2700 Jackson Blvd,Rapid City, with Pastor John Klattofficiating. Visitation was held forone hour prior to services.Interment followed at PineLawn Memorial Park in RapidCity.In lieu of flowers, a memorialhas been established for the JohnT. Vucurevich Foundation.Her online guestbook is avail-able to sign at www.osheim-schmidt.comDear Editor,The Jackson County Sheriff’sOffice would like to take this oppor-tunity to wish everyone a veryMerry Christmas and a HappyNew Year.Christmas and New Years are atime for families and friends togather, but it is also a time whenthere are a lot of travelers out onour highways.In order to help make our road-ways safer the Jackson CountySheriff’s Office, along with theSDHP, will be conducting speed en-forcement, saturation patrols, andcheck points this holiday season.Please remember if you partyhearty call for a ride. We wanteveryone to be safe this holidayseason, because someone loves you.Warmest wishes,Jackson County Sheriff,Raymond Clements, Jr.Jackson County Deputy Sheriff Dallas Kendrick
Ruby Ann Cadman_______________
Ruby Ann Cadman, age 75, of Rapid City, S.D., formerly of Kadoka, died Monday, December3, 2012, at the Rapid City RegionalHospital.Ruby Ann McCartney was bornJanuary 27, 1937, in Clinton, Mo.,the daughter of John Albert andEula Mae (Houck) McCartney. Shegrew up in Clinton where she re-ceived her education, graduatingfrom high school in 1956.Ruby was united in marriageFebruary 9, 1957, to D. Robin Cad-man in Clinton. They began theirmarried life in Cottonwood, whereRobin worked at various ranchesin the area. Later, they made theirhome in Kadoka while their kidsattended school, and they had adairy on the edge of town.They moved to Moorcroft, Wyo.,in 1982 where Ruby worked as acook. They lived there until 1986,when they returned to Kadoka.She worked in the Kadoka SchoolSystem until health reasons forcedher retirement in 1996.Her husband, Robin, precededher in death on October 16, 1995.She remained in Kadoka untilmoving to Rapid City in December2001, where she has since resided.Ruby was a member of the KadokaPresbyterian Church and later theSouth Maple United MethodistChurch of Rapid City. She was alsoa member of the Rebeccah Lodgeand a member of the Buffalo Stam-pede, both of Kadoka. She enjoyedbowling, reading, sketching andpainting.Survivors include a son, DonCadman and his wife, Tammy, of Holabird; a daughter, Dixie Cad-man of Box Elder; a grandson,Josh Cadman of Box Elder; abrother, Lewis Hook of Louisiana;and two sisters, Gloria French andCheryl Howard, both of Missouri.In addition to her husband,Robin, she was preceded in deathby a son, David Cadman.Graveside services were held atThursday, December 6, at BlackHills National Cemetery nearSturgis with Pastor Sharla Mc-Caskell officiating.Arrangements were with theRush Funeral Home of Philip.Her online guestbook is avail-able at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Robert “Barney” Pfeifer____________
Robert “Barney” Pfeifer, age 65,of Philip, S.D., died Sunday, De-cember 2, 2012, at his home inPhilip.Robert Lee “Barney” Pfeifer wasborn March 27, 1947, in Philip, theson of Lawrence and Marie (Han-son) Pfeifer. He grew up in Philipand graduated from Philip HighSchool in 1965. As a young man, heworked for Tri-State Milling inPhilip for five years and laterworked for Hubbard Milling inWall, after it was purchased byTri-State Milling.Barney was united in marriageto Diane Slovek on August 5, 1966,in Philip, and to this union wereborn three daughters, Shelli,Tammi and Krystal.In the mid-1970s, he purchasedthe Philip Processing Plant whichhe operated for 15 years. He soldthe processing plant in 1993. Hecontinued to own and operate aranch north of Philip.Survivors include two daugh-ters, Shelli Dowdy of Gillette,Wyo., and Tammi Williams andher husband, Scott, of Rapid City;four grandchildren, Bryan, Derek,and Kelsey Dowdy, and HannahWilliams; three brothers, GeorgePfeifer and his wife, Donna, of St.Maries, Idaho, Leo Pfeifer and hiswife, Janet, of Lynnwood, Wash.,and Roy Pfeifer and his wife, Mar-garet, of Philip; one sister, EllaMae Ketchum of Marysville,Wash.; two sisters-in-law, HelenPfeifer of Philip, and Violet Pfeiferof Highmore; and a host of otherrelatives and friends.Barney was preceded in deathby his daughter, Krystal; twobrothers, Melvin and LarryPfeifer; and one sister, ElaineWilliams. At Barney’s request, no servicesare scheduled.Cards may be sent to TammiWilliams, 840 Kingswood Dr.Rapid City, SD 57702 Arrangements are with theRush Funeral Home of Philip.His online guestbook is availableat www.rushfuneralhome.com
Harley Henderson, age 91, of Murdo, S.D., died Thursday, De-cember 6, 2012, at the VA Hospitalin Ft. Meade.Harley Franklin Henderson wasborn October 8, 1921, in Emerson,Neb., the son of Frank J. and CoraM. (Heckens) Henderson.Harley could accomplish any-thing he set his mind to, was asports enthusiast and especiallyloved baseball.Harley served in the U.S. CoastGuard during World War II as a Yeoman First Class. He spent timein Hawaii right after the bombingof Pearl Harbor.On May 5, 1955, Harley marriedRita Jane Tunink at St John'sCatholic Church in Omaha. Heworked many years as a chef incafes all across Minnesota, Iowa,Nebraska and South Dakota. Heowned and operated Mack's Cafein Murdo. After retiring he workedat the Triple H Truck Stop andJones County High School.Harley spent more than 50 yearsin South Dakota. He and his wife,Rita, enjoyed spending time withtheir children, grandchildren andgreat grandchildren. They also en- joyed many years of playing cardswith family.Survivors include his wife, RitaHenderson of Murdo; two sons,Harley Henderson and his wife,Pam, of Wayne, Neb., and BruceHenderson and his wife, Tina, of Omaha, Neb.; three daughters,Harlana Duis and her husband,Dale, of Fairbury, Neb., LorrieEsmay and her husband, Wayne,of Murdo, and Kim Weingartnerand her husband, Mark, of PortSaint Lucie, Fla.; two daughtersfrom a previous marriage, Cleoand Charmaine; 15 grandchildren;eight great-grandchildren; onebrother, Sterling Henderson of Norfolk, Neb.; one sister, JeanneGardner of Wakefield, Neb.; and ahost of other relatives and friends.Harley was preceded in death byhis parents and one brother. Mor-ton Henderson.Services were held Saturday,December 8, at the MessiahLutheran Church in Murdo, withPastor Ray Greenseth officiating.Music was provided by PamDaum, pianist, and JasmineEsmay, vocalist.Ushers were Dean Faber andDon Hieb.Pallbearers were Jon, Matt andJordan Esmay, Cody, Brady andMichael Henderson, and JoshuaZimmerman.Private family interment will beat the Murdo Cemetery at a laterdate.Military honors were providedby the American Legion Post #75of Murdo, and the American Le-gion Post #301 of Draper.Condolences may be sent to 510Main Street Murdo, SD 57559 Arrangements were with theRush Funeral Home of Philip.His online guestbook is availableat www.rushfuneralhome.com
Harold Schnee, age 95 of Kadoka, S.D., died Wednesday, De-cember 5, 2012, at the KadokaNursing Home.Harold Glen Schnee was born April 7, 1917 at Kadoka to RobertHenry and Maggie (Illingworth)Schnee. He grew up in the Kadokaarea and attended rural schoolprior to graduating from KadokaHigh School in 1935.Harold farmed and ranchedwith his father until entering theU.S. Army in July 1942. Afterbasic training, he was sent toCamp Hale, Colo., where he wasattached to the 680th Medical Col-lecting Co: a medical team whocared for the wounded in the field.This unit was attached to the 87thInfantry and was sent to Kiska inthe Aleutian Islands. After theirneeds were met there, they weresent back to the United States and joined the 10th Mts. Division, skitroops and 4-5000 head of horsesand mules who were all sent to thenorthern mountains in Italy. Themules were used in the mountainsin place of heavy equipment. After his discharge, he returnedto the Kadoka area where heowned and operated a dairy busi-ness for 36 years. Harold fur-nished dairy cows for achievementdays and for 4-H young people formany years. During this time hewas a member of the State DairyCommission under GovernorRichard Kneip. In 1980, he soldthe dairy business and went intothe sheep business for many years.He was one of the first volunteersto deliver Meals On Wheels to peo-ple around Kadoka. He was anavid motorcyclist for over 30 years.He was united in marriage toMary Jane Burton on August 19,1967, at Cheyenne, Wyo. Theymade their home on the Schneefarm all their married life.Harold was a member of thePresbyterian Church where heserved as a deacon for many years.He was a driving enthusiast of horses and mules and helped pro-mote many wagon trains. He wasa member of the Kadoka SchoolBoard for over 25 years, serving aspresident for a number of years,and served on many dairy andsheep activities over the years.Harold was also a member of the American Legion Post #27 of Kadoka.Grateful for having shared hislife are his wife, Mary Schnee of Kadoka; one son, Clinton Schneeand his wife, Darlene, of Kadoka;two daughters, Carol LaBau andher husband, Doyle, of Rapid Cityand Caron Mielke and her hus-band, Rick, of Piedmont; a stepson, Steve Burton of ColoradoSprings, Colo.; a step daughter,Teresa Smith and her husband,Rob, of Little Rock, Ark.; fourgrandchildren, Ted Schnee of Kadoka, Angela McKeehan of Kadoka, Erika Mielke of Pied-mont, and Mikala Mielke of RapidCity; three step grandchildren,Nate Smith and Jacob Smith of Nashville, Tenn., and Cole Burtonof Colorado Springs, Colo.; fivegreat-grandchildren, AubreySchnee of Kadoka, and Ana, Molly,Kate and Max McKeehan of Kadoka; two step great-grandchil-dren, Riley and T.J. Burton; sev-eral nieces and nephews; and ahost of other relatives and friends.Harold was preceded in death byhis parents; his first wife, NoreneB. (Shroll) Willert; two brothers,Linton and Milo Schnee; one sister,Ruth Solberg; a great-granddaugh-ter, Baylee Mae McKeehan; a stepdaughter, Cindy (Burton) Thomp-son; and a step grandson, Matt Van Houten.Services were held Saturday,December 8, at the PresbyterianChurch in Kadoka, with PastorGary McCubbin officiating.Music was provided by LyndyIreland and Joyce Wheeler.Ushers were Bud Weller andW.O. Weller.Pallbearers were Dale Schnee,Jeff Schneiderman, Doyle LaBau,Rob Smith, Steve Burton and TedSchnee. Honorary pallbearerswere Nathan, Heath and RodneySchnee, Kenton McKeehan, VerylProkop, Mel Carleton, Rick Mielkeand Bob McCormick.Private family interment willtake place at the Kadoka Ceme-tery.In lieu of flowers, a memorialhas been established to theKadoka Nursing Home and thePresbyterian Church of Kadoka.Cards and memorials may besent to P.O. Box 437, Kadoka, SD57543.Arrangements were with theRush Funeral Chapel of Kadoka.His online guestbook is availableat www.rushfuneralhome.com
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