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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
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.
ST. PETER LUTHERAN CHURCH-LCMSMIDLAND, SD
(6 mi. north and 3 mi. east of 1880 Town)
Rev. Glenn Denke, pastor 605-462-6169
WIC, FoodStamps & EBTPhone: 837-2232
Monday thru Saturday8 AM - 6 PM
CONCORDIA LUTHERAN • Kadoka • 837-2390
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
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHInterior • 859-2310
Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m.
Read 1 Peter 5:5-7Jesus’ life exemplified humility. He did not assertHis divine rights while on earth but instead left behindthe glory and authority to which He was entitled.Cloaking himself with humanness, Jesus chose to be anobedient servant of His Father (Phil. 2:5-8).Our Savior’s example was and still is countercultural. This world does not value an attitude or lifestyleof humility; rather, it applauds high achievement, outward beauty, elevated positions, or exceptionalskills. But God assures us that if we choose meekness—living in submission to Jesus as Master of ourlives—He will reward us in both this life and the life to come. (Matt. 5:5 niv).In today’s verses, Peter outlines our options. Spiritual blessings are promised if we choose God’s wayof humility. But if we pridefully forsake His path, the Lord will oppose us because we are essentiallyworking against Him in arrogant self-sufficiency. However, when we humble ourselves by yielding to Hisauthority and desiring to obey Him, He will be our source of strength and confidence.There’s something else to consider: Since we sometimes buy into the significance society places on in-stant gratification, we tend to want recognition now. But God honors us according to His perfect way andtiming.The decision is yours to make: Will you humble yourself and live for God’s glory rather than yours? Orwill you plot your own course and invite His opposition? If you’re wise, it’s not really much of a decisionafter all. So take a look at your priorities and ask God to reveal any areas driven by pride.
The Promise of Humility
Monday, April 8
Scalloped potatoes w/ham cubes,cooked cabbage, corn Bread andmandarin oranges
Tuesday, April 9
Barbecue chicken, mashed po-tato casserole, corn o’ brien, dinnerroll and peaches
Wednesday, April 10
Meatballs in gravy, noodles,green beans, applesauce, breadand tropical fruit
Thursday, April 11
Roast beef philly sandwich, po-tato salad, glazed carrots andberry fruit salad
Friday, April 12
Potato soup, pacific lime gelatinsalad, deviled eggs, bread, apricotsand cookie
Meals forthe Elderly
Miriam Caroline (Hood) Rein-hold went to be with the Lord onSunday morning, January 6, 2013,in her home following an extendedillness. She was born August 13,1925 to parents Carl and Pearl(Norman) Hood in Pierre, SouthDakota. They later moved toKadoka, South Dakota where herfather became a rancher and hermother a teacher.Miriam married Earl Reinholdon October 18, 1941 in Sundance,Wyoming. From that union, threedaughters were born. While raisinga family, she continued her educa-tion, earning a B.S. and a M.S.from Phillips University in Enid,Oklahoma. After three years of teachinghigh school English, speech anddrama, she accepted a position inWaxahachie, teaching the samecourses at the college level at herbeloved SAGC, now Southwestern Assemblies of God University. Dur-ing this tenure, she took post grad-uate studies at Baylor University.She often reflected on how difficultEnglish had been for her and waspassionate about making it easy forher students. This was typical of her determination and compassionfor others.Organizations which Miriamgreatly enjoyed were: DAR (40 yearmembership), Delta KappaGamma, AAUW, Texas Junior Col-lege Speech and Theatre Associa-tion and Roger Williams Family Association (She was a proud de-scendent of Roger Williams.)She was a loving wife, mother,grandma, aunt, cousin and friend.She had a great sense of humorand an incredible ability to see thebest in all people and circum-stances. She was a faithful memberof University Church for 52 years.Her church family was a very im-portant part of her life. She was amember of the Adult SundaySchool Class and greatly enjoyedassisting with church banquetsand travelling with her husband onDaystar tours. She was a mightyprayer warrior who interceded onbehalf of her family through life’schallenges. She will be greatlymissed by all who knew her.Miriam is survived by daugh-ters, Marilyn Thompson, andLinda Edwards, and her husband,Dean; son-in-law, Larry Wallace,and wife, Michele, all of Waxa-hachie; grandchildren, Cami Doddsand husband, Bill, of Mansfield,Texas, Chad and Sarah Wallace of Rockett, Texas, Brandon Clementof Waxahachie, and BrittanieThompson of Nashville, TN; greatgrandchildren, Tristen and LandonDodds, Emma Grace Clement, Eliz-abeth, Hadassah, and Eve Wallace.She was preceded in death byher husband of 61 years, Earl Rein-hold, her daughter, Jeanette Wal-lace, and son-in-law, WoodyThompson. Visitation was held Thursday,Jan. 10 evening from 6-8 p.m. atWaxahachie Funeral Home. Cele-bration of Life was Friday, Jan. 11,2013 at 2 p.m. at University As-sembly of God Church in Waxa-hachie. Rev. Earl Teeter and Rev.Mike Eddy will officiate. Intermentfollowed in Waxahachie City Ceme-tery. Arrangements were under thedirection of Waxahachie FuneralHome. Please sign online guest-book at www.waxahachiefuneral-home.com.
Miriam Reinhold ________________
Anthony “Tony” Olic, 80, died Sat-urday, March 30, 2013 at the GoodSamaritan Nursing Home in NewUnderwood. Anthony Olic was born April 1,1932 at Jenec, Czechoslovakia toFrank and Bessie Olic. His dad,Frank had passed away 8 monthsprior to Anthony’s birth. Tony grewup in Imlay, S.D. among his broth-ers and sisters. He went to gradeschool at Imlay and to various highschools, graduating from BelvidereHigh School in 1950. After gradua-tion, Tony moved around a lot as asurveyor working on missile sites,with his first job taking him tomany states and in between moveshe made his home with his sister,Helen and Leroy Miller. After retir-ing Tony settled in New Under-wood, S.D.Survivors include three sisters:Marie Tedrow of Murdo, S.D.,Helen R. Miller of Rapid City, andBessie Konvalinka of Czech Repub-lic.He was preceded in death by hisparents, brother: Frank, sister: Pa-tricia, brother-in-laws: Russell andLeroy; and nephew: Mike.Memorial services were heldWednesday, April 3, 2013 at Os-heim & Schmidt Funeral Home,Rapid City, with Rev. William Zan-dri officiating.Inurnment followed at Mt. Cal-vary Cemetery, Rapid City.In lieu of flowers, memorialsmay be made to the Good Samari-tan Center at New Underwood.
Anthony “Tony” Olic______________
Edna Joy, age 94, of Midland,S.D., died Friday, March 29, 2013,at the Philip Nursing Home.Edna M. Eckert was born onJuly 10, 1918, to John and Marie(Koerner) Eckert. She was raisedat the family farm nine miles southof Midland. Edna was baptized andconfirmed at St. Peter’s LutheranChurch. There were eight childrenin the family, Edna being the oldestgirl was responsible for helping hermother with the chores andyounger brothers and sisters. As ayoung girl, she was not too excitedabout playing with her doll as shehad real babies to tend to. Shewalked or rode a horse to the coun-try school two miles from her homewhich she attended through theeighth grade. After the eighth grade, sheworked for other families babysit-ting and other odd jobs. Edna wentto work for Fern and Archie Joy,taking care of their children. Thereshe met her future husband,Harold “Stub” Joy. They were mar-ried about a year later. They hon-eymooned in the Black Hills with anew car Stub purchased for $600.Together they worked long hours attheir service station and lived in anapartment at the back of thegarage.Their first child, Sharon Kay,was born in 1944. When Sharonwas 18 months old, they movedinto the house where Edna wouldlive for the next 63 years. In 1948,a son, Larry Dale, joined the fam-ily. As a family, they enjoyed vaca-tioning in the Black Hills, fishingand checking cows together. Theirhome was a second home to many.Edna moved to the Silverleaf As-sisted Living in Philip in 2009. In2012, she moved to the nursinghome in Philip. In both places shewas lovingly cared for by their out-standing staff.Edna was always very active inher community. She was in severalclubs and a member of the TrinityLutheran Church, where she was aSunday school teacher, MissionBand leader and a member of RuthCircle. She enjoyed walking,sewing and had made many quiltsfor her family, and baking rolls andcookies which she shared withmany friends and family over theyears. Most of all she enjoyedspending time with family.Grateful for having shared herlife include her daughter, SharonHemmingson and her husband,Dave, of Philip; her son, Larry Joyand his wife, Barb, of Pierre; fivegrandchildren, Tammie (Marty)Quinn, Todd (Sharon) Hemming-son, Tonya (John) Kramer, Jaremy(April) Joy, and Josh (Amy) Joy;eight great-grandchildren, Tylerand Kaitlyn Hemmingson, Tannerand Brianna Quinn, Coy, Corbinand Colden Kramer and Owen Joy;three sisters, Vera Portanova andher husband, “Port,” of Camarillo,Calif., Esther Downen and her hus-band, Maynard, of Fairburn, andIrene Willoughby and her husband,“Red,” of Midland; a brother,Melvin Eckert and his wife, Gail, of Rapid City; and a host of other rel-atives and friends.In addition to her husband,Stub, in 1969, she is preceded indeath by her parents and threebrothers, Harold, John and MiloEckert.Services were held Tuesday, April 2, at the Trinity LutheranChurch in Midland, with PastorFrezil Westerlund officiating.Music was provided by ScottiBlock, pianist, and Elvera Moos,vocalist. Reader was Jessica Root.Ushers were Gary Phillips andKeith Harry.Pallbearers were Tammie andMarty Quinn, Todd and SharonHemmingson, Tonya and JohnKramer, Jaremy, Joshua and AmyJoy, and April Seifert. Honorarypallbearers were Edna’s nieces,nephews and great-grandchildren.Interment was at the MidlandCemetery. A memorial has been estab-lished. Arrangements were with theRush Funeral Home of Philip.Her online guestbook is avail-able at www.rushfuneralhome.com
A fresh coat of paint
Jackson County Library was on the receiving end for somerepairs and a fresh coat of paint on the awning. ShannanFleck (pictured) did the paint-ing with the assistance of stilts. Doing the other repairswas Joe Handrahan.
--photo by Rhonda Antonsen
Area Upcoming Events
Kadoka Community Betterment Assoc.
will be holding theirmonthly meeting on Thursday, April 4 at 12 noon at Jigger’s. All arewelcome to attend.
will be on Saturday, April 6 at the city auditorium. TheGrand March will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Jackson County Commissioners
will met on Monday, April 8 at 9a.m. at the courthouse.
Kadoka City Council
will met Monday, April 8 at 7 p.m. at the CityFinance Office.
Harry Weller Invitational trackmeet
will be held on Tuesday, April 9. Field events start at noon and running events start at 2 p.m.
Kadoka Area School Board
will met on Wednesday, April 10 at 7p.m.
Midland Educational Night
will be held on Thursday, April 11from 5-7 p.m. at the Midland School.
Wizard of Oz
community play will be performed on April 11 and 12at 7 p.m. and April 14 at 2 p.m. at the Kadoka City Auditorium.
Jackson County Library Reading Group
will met on Sunday, April 7 at 2 p.m.