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Letter tothe Editor
Read John 13:3-16Many Christians are discontented and unsettled be-cause they fail to understand that true servanthood ismore than simply coming to church on Sunday; it in-volves pouring one’s life into somebody else’s. Jesusdemonstrated this when He washed the disciples’ feet in the upper room during the Last Supper.The Lord’s example shows us that the key is humility. Unless we are willing to stoop low and get dirtyin ministering to others, we have missed the point. In addition, a true servant . . .• Does not wait to be asked. Nobody requested that Jesus go and wash the disciples’ feet. Just as Hesaw and did what was necessary, a true servant is alert to identify the need and then volunteers to meetit. He will quietly go about his service without looking for recognition or reward. He is satisfied and withthe overwhelming joy that comes by simply giving.• Must learn to receive as well as to give. That is often quite difficult for servants. Jesus told His dis-ciples that unless they allowed Him to wash their feet, they’d have no part with Him. Peter balked be-cause he was too proud to receive such care (v. 8). We must not be so tied to convention or pride that wesay no to somebody who lovingly desires to “wash our feet.”As Jesus’ followers, we should look to Him for our example of servanthood. If God Himself could take“the very nature of a servant” (Phil. 2:6-7 NIV) and perform a menial task for His disciples, what excusecould we possibly come up with for not serving others?
The Key to Servanthood
Monday, February 18
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Tuesday, February 19
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TRAFFIC/COURT REPORT Jackson County, SD
SPEEDING ON INTERSTATE HWY:
James Giago, Rapid City $145 Andrew Barlett, Interior $200Jed Smeenk, Belle Fourche $105Garrett Jackson, Parmelee $85Todd Oien, Rapid City $85Kendra Brooks, Rapid City $85Kara Bland, Belle Fourche $85
Summer Bowling, Rapid City $85Nathan Yost, Ward $85Deitrich Hampf, Great Falls, MT $145Ian Newton, Allen Park, IL $105
SPEEDING OTHER ROADWAYS:
Dieta Lunderman, Mission $145Donna Greenfield, Gallatin, TN $85Sara Becker, Pierre $85
NO DRIVERS LICENSE:
Travis Keester, Kyle $120
FAIL TO MAINTAIN FINANCIAL RE-SPONSIBILITY:
James Giago, Rapid City $150
Armando Amaro, Houston, TX $120
Fail to Maintain Financial Responsibility:
6-16-12: Gayla Big Boy,
Rosebud: Plea: Nolo Contendere; Plea date:10-24-12; Fine and costs $150; 10 days jail suspended based on the fol-lowing conditions: pay fine and costs; no law violations for one year.
Driving Under the Influence - 1st Offense:
09-30-12: Jewel Edwards,
Wanblee: Plea: Guilty; Plea date: 11-28-12;Fine and costs $169; 30 days jail suspended based on the following con-ditions: pay blood test costs; fine and costs waived for hardship; no lawviolations for one year; privilege to drive revoked for one month.
Letter to the editor,Country-of Origin Labeling(COOL) provides valuable informa-tion about the origin of the food wepurchase for our families. I am gladthat Senator Johnson and SenatorThune, along with 29 UnitedStates Senators, signed onto a bi-partisan letter to USDA and theUS Trade Representative to keepCOOL requirements in place. Be-cause Congress passed COOL, wenow have a legal right to know theorigin of our food. This makes good,common sense. Unfortunately, theWorld Trade Organization (WTO)is trying to force the United Statesto weaken our COOL law. Thanksto Senator Johnson and SenatorThune for reaching across the aisleto defend COOL against the WTO'sattack./s/ Kenny FoxPO Box 37Belvidere, SD 57521605-344-2516
Ida G. Hunt, age 90, of Midland,S.D., died Tuesday, February 5,2013, at the Philip Nursing Home.Ida Gertrude Fosheim was theyoungest child born to Thor andGjertina Fosheim on the farm nearthe Deep Creek Church in HaakonCounty. Anna “Grandma”Nesheim, a close neighbor, servedas the midwife. Born on June 10,1922, Ida remained at home andattended all her grade school yearsat the Stone Butte School. Startingschool was difficult as only Norwe-gian was spoken at home. She wasconfirmed in 1936 by Rev. O.H.Olson at the Deep Creek Church.Ida was a life-long member of theDeep Creek and MidlandLutheran Churches.Ida graduated from the eighthgrade, receiving top honors. Shewent to high school in Midlandwhere she worked for room andboard staying with the Pete El-rods, Rev. O.H. Olson, and her sen-ior year with her sister, Mrs.Emma Root. Idawas chosen as Car-nival Queen dur-ing her junior year,and was valedicto-rian of her seniorclass.Followinggraduation fromhigh school, Idawas married toLyle Hunt atButte, Neb., onSeptember 4, 1940.To this union 10boys and eightgirls were born.They lived in Mid-land until Roy wasborn, then movedto Philip whereLyle worked withthe WPA for threemonths. In thespring of 1947,they purchased the A.C. Behl Hard-ware & Grocerybusiness which be-came known asHunt’s Hardware. Lyle sold thegrocery line in 1950 and the hard-ware business in 1956, taking upcarpenter work.Ida was the Midland News cor-respondent for the Pioneer Reviewand the Pierre Capital Journal forthe years 1967 to 2002, and alsoserved as the Midland LutheranChurch secretary doing thenewsletter and bulletins. She be-longed to Rebecca Circle, NewCentury Club, PTA, Senior Citi-zens Center, and the See & DoClub. A special highlight of Ida’slife was when she won a trip toNashville, taking her first airplaneflight.Survivors include nine sons, RoyHunt and his wife, Carol, of Mid-land, Ted Hunt and his wife, Dena,of Rapid City, Jerry Hunt of Mid-land, Keith Hunt of Midland, TerryHunt of Watertown, Gordon Huntand his wife, Cheryl, of BattleMountain, Nev., Jeff (Liz) Hunt of Battle Mountain, Barry Hunt of Battle Mountain, and Ron (Laura)Hunt of Riverside, Calif.; eightdaughters Christine Niedan of Midland, Teresa Palmer of Murdo,Peggy Johnson and her husband,Roger, of Pierre, Penny Schafer of Pierre, Shari Estep and her hus-band, Pete, of Austin, Texas, Jan-ice Tolton and her husband, Jim, of Midland, Lisa Hackerott and herhusband, Brian, of Smith Center,Kan., and Michelle Meinzer andher husband, Cameron, of Mid-land; a special sister-in-law, AnnaDick and her husband, Martin, of Rapid City; 19 grandchildrenDerek (Erin) Hunt, Nicole (Ryan)Thorburn, Erik Hunt, Carrie Hunt(Ryan Raley), Tiffany (Dave) Gher-ing, Randi Hunt (Mike Schwartz),Marcie (Patrick) Richards, LaurieJohnson (Holland Toles), LeesaJohnson, Chad Johnson, JordanTolton, Jenna Tolton (Oscar Gon-zales), Jamie (Sarah) Estep, LoganEstep, Evan Estep, Courtney(Cody) McFarland, DeidraHackerott, Blake Hackerott, andStuart Hackerott; 14 great-grand-children Lauren Hunt, Madie,Gabby and Peyton Thorburn,Christopher Hunt, Maddie Raley,Noah, Emma, and Eli Ghering,Easton Schwartz, Landon John-son-Toles, Jessica Tolton, KeenanGonzales, and Kylie Estep; severalnieces and nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends.Ida was preceded in death byher husband, Lyle Warren Hunt,on August 17, 1986; a son, Freder-ick Hunt, on January 24, 2007; agreat-granddaughter, Alexis; sevensisters, Esther Schanzenbach, Anna Walker, Emma Root, OlgaMeyers, Minnie Fosheim, ClaraRoseth and Till Mulcahy; onebrother, Pete Fosheim; two sib-lings in infancy, Margaret andGeorge; and two sons-in-law, CurtNiedan and Marvin Palmer.Services were held Monday, Feb-ruary 11, at the Trinity LutheranChurch in Midland, with PastorFrezil Westerlund officiating.Music was provided by MarilynMillage, pianist, and Kim Kan-able, vocalist.Ushers were Reuben Vollmer, Jr.and Tom Parquet.Pallbearers were Derek, Erik,Carrie and Randi Hunt, NicoleThorburn, Tiffany Ghering, MarcieRichards, Laurie, Leesa and ChadJohnson, Jordan and JennaTolton, Jamie, Logan and EvanEstep, Courtney McFarland andDeidra, Blake and StuartHackerott.Honorary pallbearers were Lau-ren and Christopher Hunt, Madie,Gabby and Peyton Thorburn, Mad-die Raley, Noah, Emma and EliGehring, Easton Schwartz, Lan-don Johnson-Toles, Jessica Tolton,Keenan Gonzales and Kylie Estep.Interment was at the MidlandCemetery.Her online guestbook is avail-able at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Norma J. Kinsley_______________________________
Norma Jeane Kinsley, age 91, of Murdo, S.D., passed away Monday,February 4, 2013, at the PhilipNursing Home.Norma Jeane Ernst was born August 5, 1921, at her parents’farm south of Draper, the daughterof Adolph and Florence (Cahill)Ernst. She attended Dunkel gradeschool and, as was common then,she skipped one of the lowergrades. She graduated fromDraper High School in 1938. Shethen attended St. John’s McNa-mara School of Nursing in RapidCity and became a registerednurse. Part of her training was inMilwaukee, Wis. After working a short time atthe Murdo Hospital, she marriedthe love of her life, Densel “Fat”Kinsley on June 25, 1943, an an-niversary date they shared withher parents and Kip and Jean.They were loving partners for 52years until his death on July 10,1995.Norma was a devoted wife,mother and grandmother. Sheloved being a farm wife, spendingcountless hours tending her gar-den, raising chickens, canning,freezing and making truly old-fashioned home cooked meals. Thecoffee pot was always on, ready fora drop-in visitor and would gener-ally be accompanied by a piece of pie, cake, cookies or a cinnamonroll. She always impressed on herchildren and grandchildren theimportance of getting an educationand was so very proud of each andevery one of them.In her empty nest years she wasable to accompany Fat on someREA trips, bus tours and visits tokids and grandkids. She also hadtime for her quilting and embroi-dery. Each grandchild was blessedwith a quilt at their high schoolgraduation. She made many, manyquilts, laprobes, baby quilts, dishtowels, and wall hangings.She was baptized and confirmedin the Missouri Synod LutheranChurch and was a lifelong devoutmember and was active in theMary and Martha Society. She alsotook part in 4-H, Bible study andchoir.She was blessed throughout herlife with many wonderful relation-ships – three of the most specialbeing her Aunt Maude and herfriends, Delphine Kruse and Mar-garet Rankin. Norma and Mar-garet were loyal volunteers atHospice Thrift Store.Thanks to the devoted care of her family, she was able to stay inher own home until November of 2011 when she moved into thePhilip Nursing Home.Survivors include three sons,Clifford Kinsley and his wife, Jean,Michael Kinsley and Marty Kins-ley and his wife, Angie, of Murdo;two daughters, Karen Tedrow andher husband, Ronald, of Pierre,and Donna Beckerleg and her hus-band, Gary of Walker, Minn.; 12grandchildren; 23 great-grandchil-dren; two great-great-grandchildren; one sister, GenLiffengren of Murdo; two sisters-in-law, Martha Kinsley of Murdoand Joyce Ernst of Pierre; her god-sons, Lindsay Liffengren andCorey Peters; and a host of otherrelatives and friends.In addition to her husband,Norma was preceded in death by agranddaughter, Kristina Mueller;a great-grandson, Luke DenselHansen; one brother, WilmarErnst; four brothers-in-law, Ken-neth Kinsley, Darrel Kinsley, EmilFinck and Luverne Liffengren; twosisters-in-law, Lucile Finck andMabel Kinsley; a nephew, GeraldKinsley; and a niece, Janet De-Gooyer.Services were held Saturday,February 9, at the MessiahLutheran Church in Murdo, withPastor Ray Greenseth officiating.Music was provided by KarenRoyer, pianist, and Tara Kinsleyand Michael Oberlander, vocalists.Ushers were Lawrence Roghair,Bob Totton, Alex Freier, LindsayLiffengren and Corey Peters. Reg-ister book attendants were MargiePeters and Jackie Fosheim.Pallbearers were Jim, Tim,Kelly and Anthony Kinsley, ToddTedrow and Richard Carrillo. Hon-orary pallbearers were MicheleLoesche, Barb Hansen, AngelaOberlander, Heidi Bouma, PamStrain and Cassie Lewis.Interment was at the MurdoCemetery.The family prefers memorials tothe Alzheimer’s Society, MessiahLutheran Church of Murdo, Coun-tryside Hospice, or the Weber Van. Arrangements were with theRush Funeral Home of Philip.Her online guestbook is avail-able at www.rushfuneralhome.com