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Pennington Co. Courant - Thursday, April 11, 2013

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Number 15Volume 108April 11, 2013
Rbert R. YungUnin Center, S.D.
Spouse: Susie, Children:Brenda, Robby, MatthewBob was raised on the ranchwhere he and his family live, andgrew up knowing you had to
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aneighbor and work together inorder to survive on the plains of Meade County, S.D.His parents showed him by ex-ample how to help and care forothers. There has never been atime when Bob would not lend ahelping hand to a neighbor inneed. In the large electrical out-ages he would volunteer his equip-ment and the manpower to get thepower back on and running.Bob has been a faithful and will-ing helper involving church proj-ects, and for the past three yearshe has assumed the responsibilityof heating the Stoneville Churchduring the winter months. Whenthere was snow, he also used hisown equipment to clear the park-ing lot.Bob has been manager of the Young Ranch for the past twelveyears. The ranch has been in the Young Family since 1908.Bob is the fourth generation tohold that position. Bob and Susie'sboys are the fifth generation toproudly work on the family ranch.Bob proudly served in the Na-tional Guard of South Dakota foreight years. He has also been anactive director of First InterstateBank for the past two years.Bob has had an active part inthe Enning Volunteer Fire Depart-ment for the past 35 years, the lastsix years as Fire Chief.Bob was a 4-H leader for 18years with the Jr. Stockgrowersand Busy Stitchers 4-H Club of Stoneville. Bob and Susie held judging schools at their ranch forfive years. They also served on theMeade County Extension Boardfor nine years.I (Harold Delbridge) haveworked for this family and havenight-calved for them for 14 years.I have always been welcome intheir home, as is anyone else whohappens to stop by.Robert Young and his family aretrue neighbors.
Catalyst Club Good Neighbor honorees
Michael WestPhilip, S.D.
Michael West started his teach-ing career in the early 60's. Hetaught for four years before gain-ing employment at Dorothy Broth-ers' Garage.In the late 80's the Garagechanged hands and Michael wentback into the school system wherehe taught and coached.He spent many years coachingall the sports in the Philip SchoolSystem.Michael has been inducted inthe Philip High School Hall of Fame, 1996 BHSU Athletic Hall of Fame, SDHSAA DistinguishedService Award, and 2012 AmateurBaseball Hall of Fame.
 
The Catalyst Club Good Neigh-bor Banquet will be held on Satur-day, April 20 in Philip at the PhilipHigh School gymnasium at 6:00p.m.Tickets available at:
New Un-derwd:
First Interstate Bank, Alma Crosbie, Connie Simon,Janet Fernau;
 Wasta:
Mel Ander-son;
 Wall:
First Interstate Bank,Wall Building Center, LindaEisenbraun, Gale Patterson;
Philip:
First National Bank, TheSteakhouse, Ingram's Hardware;
Unin Center:
 Anders Trucking,Chris Oster.
Marcia WestPhilip, S.D
.Marcia was a school counselor,taught basic education and physi-cal education. She dedicated herlife to teaching where she was anamazing influence on her studentsfor 40 years, all in the PhilipSchool System.Marcia was honored by being in-ducted into the Philip High SchoolHall of Fame, SDHSAA Distin-guished Service Award, and BHSUOutstanding Educator Award.Marcia and Michael were nomi-nated to receive the “Good Neigh-bor” Award because they are hugesupporters and promoters of thepeople who live in and aroundPhilip where they are involved inthe local organizations.They are faithful members of theFirst Lutheran Church of Philip,and have held all the offices of theChurch Council, as well as being incharge of the Women's Group, the Youth Group, Alter Guild and Ush-ers.Her husband, Michael, is thehead of the AARP Group in Philip.He and Marcia established the'Old Schoolhouse Park' and main-tain it through the AARP Group.They got the Lasting LegacyMonument built, which they alsomaintain.Marcia heads up the RetiredTeachers and both she andMichael are past officers of theChamber of Commerce.They chair the Cancer SupportGroup and Relay For Life.They are members of the WallFood Pantry and help with distri-
 Wayne Dais Wall, S.D.
Wayne is lucky that he is a bigman, because he has such a bigheart. His heart would not fit in anormal-size chest.Wayne is always willing to cometo someone’s aid if needed. Overthe years he has accumulated vastassortment of tools and is alwaysletting people borrow them whenneeded. In my personal experi-ence, Wayne has brought over hislawn aerator, plugger and sweeperso we can ready our lawn for thesummer. We don't even have toask. When the time is right theyshow up in our yard.One time Wayne was talking toa young couple and they werewanting to build a deck onto theirhouse. The next morning Waynewas there early to start theprocess. This is typical of whatWayne does for his neighbors.Wayne is well known not just inthe Wall area, but also in the sur-rounding communities. Havingworked for GWTC for 34 years be-fore retiring, Wayne has madefriends wherever he has been.Wayne is always looking out forhis neighbors. If someone is gonefor a while he will check on theirproperty to see if everything isokay. I know if we are gone ourplace will be well taken care of.Wayne has been the WallMethodist Church's chair of theTrustee's Committee twice. He iscurrently serving in that position.Both times a major project neededto be done. Both times Wayne hasgone out into the community toraise money for said projects.Without his leadership these proj-ects would not have been com-pleted in a timely fashion.Wayne is a standing member of the Wall United Methodist Men'sOrganization where he has helpedin a variety of different projects. You just know that he is going tobe there.Wayne has also been the YouthLeader for the Wall UnitedMethodist Church. He made surethat in the winter months theyouth group would do somethingspecial every four weeks. This in-cluded things like going skiing inthe Hills or swimming at EvansPlunge in Hot Springs.As I stated earlier, Wayneworked for Golden West for 34years. He is now retired along withhis wife, Gwen. During his tenureat GWTC Wayne attended count-less seminars and classes to staycurrent with the ever-changingand expanding technologies thatare at the forefront of the telecom-munication industry.Wayne has been involved withmany different organizations.Most of them involved the youth,but not all. Here is a list of some of those groups: Cub Scout leader,Webelos leader, Boy Scout leader,Girls Scout helper, 4-H helper, Youth wrestling, Youth softball, Youth rodeo. He brought back theSDRA Rodeo to the Wall Celebra-tion after years of not having arodeo. He held the positions of President, Vice President and Sec-retary of the Wall Rodeo Associa-tion.Wayne is one of those individu-als that makes a community suc-cessful and progressing in a posi-tive direction. The Wall Commu-nity as well as those surroundingcommunities are far better off forhaving Wayne and his big heart apart of them. Wayne was nomi-nated by Gale Patterson.
2013 WHS Prom Kig ad Quee
bution to people in need in thePhilip area.Michael is a member of theHaaken Co. Crooners. This groupraises enough money to gift ayearly scholarship.This long list of accomplish-ments has inspired Linda Eisen-braun to nominate both Michaeland Marcia as individual recipi-ents as Good Neighbors and gener-ous givers.Wall City Council met on Thurs-day, March 4 at 6:30 p.m. at theWall Community Center meetingroom.Sgt. Dan Wardle with the Pen-nington County Sheriffs Depart-ment reported hours provided arevery good and March was a crimefree month. Deputy Ginn who is aReserve Deputy Training Officerwill be training other officers andwill provide this training in Wall.Ginn is also working with the Ex-plorer Program and will be helpingwith the Freshmen Impact pro-gram.June Hout was present to dis-cuss her building permit. She for-merly applied for a block founda-tion for her manufactured homebut cement boards were used in-stead. The council will readdressthe issue at their next meeting.Sharon Martinisko with Neigh-borhood Housing addressed thecouncil on the different programsavailable to low and moderate in-come families who would like topurchase a home or fix one up.Chamber Director Lindsey Hilde-brand has the information avail-able in her office.Emergency Management Direc-tor Dustin Willert answered ques-tions the council had for him andinformed the council on grantsthat are available or will becomeavailable for emergency power fora community. The council ap-proved the emergency manage-ment siren agreement.The council approved the leaseagreement for Preston Johnson’shanger at the airport. They alsogranted him authorization to in-stall a drain field, hookup to thewater line and move his fuel tanksystem.Annie Tice-Poseley asked thecouncil for an off sale wine licensefor her business. Finance OfficerCarolynn Anderson will put to-gether a proposed ordinancechange and the issue will be ad-dressed at the next meeting.Building permits for Guy Smithand Wall Motel were approved.Sign permit was approved forSteve Wyant along with a handi-cap parking spot for the newWounded Knee Museum andLakota Ways on Main street.Council was not keen on a bus un-loading zone or blocking the streetfor pow wows on the north side of the building. They would like tosee if there are enough buses tomerit an unloading zone and rec-ommended to hold the pow wowsat the fair grounds.Brett Blasius with the WallHealth Clinic informed the councilthe clinic has been in contact withRegional Health Systems to possi-bly take over the operations of theclinic. A rough draft is in the worksand Blasius will keep the councilinformed on how things are pro-ceeding.Building permits were reviewedfor Bart Cheney to install an an-tenna and De’s Oil to lay a cementpad.Completion on the purchase of Dunker property is close to beingfinished. The city will be issued awarranty deed as soon as the TitleCompany receives the check anddisperses the money to the appro-priate financial companies.SiteWork Speciality wasawarded the bid on the new sewerproject. They came in at $664,000which was below the engineersprojected cost.The council approved the Motor Vehicle Record policy.The gravel road that goes toWalker’s barn has now beennamed Ted Street for mapping and911 purposes.The first reading of Ordinance13-01; amending the animal ordi-nance was tabled until next monthso further research can be made.C. Anderson informed the coun-cil there has been complaints of dogs running loose in the Shearerand Stone addition. She will runthe ordinance in the paper so peo-ple are aware that Wall has a leashlaw.The council approved the policyon clothing allowances.Items on the cleanup list whichwere carried over from last monthwill be addressed at the May meet-ing.Council approved to have PeteDunker and Jim Kitterman in-spect a 1993 backhoe to possiblypurchase for the city.Council approved to pick up thecost for financial assistance to thecemetery for perpetual care.The council approved hiring Au-tumn Schulz to manage the Wallpool this summer at $11 an hour.C. Anderson will advertise for fourfull time lifeguards and the poolwill open June 1, 2013 and close August 18, 2013.Hay bids for Morningside andthe Airport will be advertised.Ward I election will be held onJune 4 in Wall with Gale Patter-son, Jackie Kusser and JosephLeach running for the position.The council approved the follow-ing: city minutes for March 7,March 13 and March 15 minutes;March fire department minutesand March cemetery minutes.City of Wall bills along with thefire department, library and ceme-tery were approved for payment.Council approved to waive anyfees if the property at 428 Fourth Avenue is demolished.Dakota Log Accent has beenmoved to the back yard of the own-ers personal residence. C. Ander-son stated, “They will have to havea Conditional Use Permit to runthe business out of their resi-dence.”The council approved PublicWorks Director Garrett Bryan toattend a mosquite control work-shop next week in Ft. Pierre.Bryan brought up prices for doorsecurity at the shop. C, Andersoninformed the council that the pur-chase is not a budget item and willhave to wait until the new budgetis made.Well #2 and Well #7 are doneand need repairs. Council ap-proved to have Well #2 repaired.The fire hydrant at Hustead and7th street needs to be replaced.The council approved a motion towait and see what happens withthe possiblity of purchasing abackhoe.Water meter at 702 NorrisStreet was discussed. The rentalproperty behind the residence isnot paying their water bill and theonly way to shut off the waterwould be to both residences. Thecouncil approved to have C. Ander-son contact the property ownerand visit with him about the situ-ation.The Wall Volunteer Fire Depart-ment will hold their pancake sup-per on April 20.Kitterman was approved to at-tend the Freshment Impact pro-gram at Douglas on April 24.Hildebrand reminded the coun-cil of the upcoming Chamber an-nual meeting on April 12. The Cityof Wall is receiving a Business Im-provement award.The next city council meetingwill be held on Thursday, May 9 atthe Wall Community Center meet-ing room at 6:30 p.m.With no other business themeeting was adjourned. 
Visitors, buildig permit ad sig permits wereamog the items o Wall City Coucil meetig
Lae Hustead ad Bailey Lytle were crowed the 2013 Wall High School Prom Kig ad Quee atthe Seior/Juior Prom held at the Wall School Gym o April 5. The theme for the eveig was abeach scee. The gym was decorated with tiki torches, palm trees, sad ad assorted sizes of sea shells. Couples posed for pictures i tuxeos ad sparkley dresses durig the grad march.A after prom party was held i Rapid City to top off the evet.
~Photo Laurie Hindman
 
School & Area News
PenningtonCounty Courant
Publisher:
Don Ravellette
Geeral Maager of Operatios:
Kelly Penticoff 
Office Maager/Graphics:
Ann Clark
Staff Writer: 
Laurie Hindman
 
Subscriptio Rates:
In PenningtonCountyand those having Kadoka,Belvidere, Cottonwood, Elm Springs, Inte-rior, Philip, Midland, Milesville, and Cedar Pass addresses:
$35.00 per year;
PLUSapplicable sales tax. In-State:
$42.00 per year 
; PLUS applicable sales tax. Out-of-State:
$42.00 per year.
Periodicals Postage Paid at Wall, SD.
Postmaster Sed chage of address otices to:Peigto Co. CouratPO Box 435Wall, SD 57790-0435.
Established in 1906. The PenningtonCo. Courant, an official newspaper of Pen-nington County, the towns of Wall, Quinnand Wasta, and the school district in Wall,SD, is published weekly by Ravellette Pub-lications, Inc. The Pennington CountyCourant office is located on the corner of 4th Ave. and Norris St. in Wall, SD.
Telephoe: (605)279-2565FAX: (605)279-2965E-mail Address: courat@gwtc.et Copyrighted 1982:
Ravellette Publica-tions, Inc. All rights reserved. Nothing maybe reprinted, photocopied, or in any way re-produced from this publication, in whole or in part, without the written consent of thepublisher.
Suth Dakta Newspaper Assciatin
U.S.P.S 425-720
Pennington County Courant • April 11, 2013 •
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Farm families that have enjoyed100 or 125 years of life on the farmor ranch have the opportunity tobe honored during the SouthDakota State Fair on August 29th.Farms and ranches have longbeen the foundation of SouthDakota history. Many of thesefarms and ranches have been thesame families for many years. TheSouth Dakota Farm Bureau alongwith the South Dakota Depart-ment of Agriculture would like torecognize and honor these SouthDakota Century FarmsIf your family has retained own-ership of a farm or ranch for 100years or more in South Dakota,and if the farm consists of a mini-mum of 80 acres of the originalfarmland, you may be qualified inhaving your farm or ranch honoredas a Century Farm.If your family has owned at least80 acres of the same farm or ranchfor at least 125 years, you are eli-gible to apply for Quasquicenten-
By Libbi Sykra
Hey! You! April is here! Do youknow what that means?!It’s national library month! Inhonor of this wonderful month, wehave selected a few special reads.The books of the month are
 Angelsand Demons
by Dan Brown(Adults),
Inkheart
by CorneliaFunke (Teens), T
he Tale of Des- pereaux 
by Kate DiCamillo (Ju-nior), and
Comin’ Down to Story-time! 
by Rob Reid (Children).These books have been selectedbecause they directly relate to li-braries or library activities withintheir plots.In addition to these great picks,we have some special new arrivalsthat we would like to announce!We have three new books by Jen-nifer Rogers Spinola, a new MoWillems book (an excellent choicefor kids), and a brand new seriesfor junior readers.We hope that you can stop inand check out these new books!They are highly recommended byWendy and I, and we hope that youwill be able to appreciate these
Wall Community Library/ April is here!
works as much as we do.April is National Poetry Month!To celebrate the power of the writ-ten word, the Wall Community Li-brary is having a poetry contest.Bring your original poem by theLibrary or submit it electronicallyto wallcomlib@gwtc.net. The dead-line for poems is 7 pm on May 1,2013.We will celebrate all entries andour esteemed judges will choose afavorite youth and adult entry tobe awarded a nifty prize! Makesure your voice is heard – go com-pose!If you have any questions,please contact Wall Community Li-brary by any of the followingmeans. We are open at 407 MainStreet on Wednesdays from 12-7p.m., Thursdays from 9 a.m.- 12:30p.m. and 1:30 p.m. - 5 p.m., andFridays from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.Feel free to call us at (605)-279-2929 or e-mail us at wallcomlib@gwtc.net. Don’t forget to like us onFacebook! Our name in this venueis Wall Community Library.Hope to see you soon! :)nial Farm recognition.The recognition ceremony isscheduled to start at 10 a.m. onThursday, August 29th, at thestate fairgrounds in Huron.Application forms are availableonline for both the Century Farmand the Quasquicentennial Farmrecognition at www.sdfbf.org orhttp://sdda.sd.gov/Secretary/Cen-tury-Farms, or by calling 605-353-8052.All forms must be completed andnotarized before being returned by Aug. 12 to the South Dakota FarmBureau, P.O. Box 1426, Huron, SD,57350.Century Farms have been recog-nized at the State Fair since 1984by the South Dakota Departmentof Agriculture and South DakotaFarm Bureau and since the pro-gram was started over 2400 farmsand ranches have been honored.Last year, in honor of the 125thanniversary of the State Fair, thetwo organizations began honoringQuasquicentennial farms as well.That tradition will continue thisyear. Recognition of the Quasqui-centennial Farms will immedi-ately follow the Century Farmsprogram.
South Dakota Century Farm
Student from Wall High Schooland Middle School attended the26th Annual State Convention of the South Dakota Student Council Association (SDSCA) which washeld in Pierre, SD on March 24-26,2013.The SDSCA Convention in-cluded 745 students and advisorsfrom 60 high schools across thestate.“It is so exciting to see this eventgrow bigger and bigger everyyear”, said Gary Linn, SDSCA Ex-ecutive Director. “To know thatstudent leaders are excited aboutbecoming stronger leaders in theirschools, communities and in theiradult lives.This is a very rewarding feelingfor us that work with these stu-dents on a daily basis. It is a greatway for students, advisors andcouncils to network with eachother and learn what other schoolsare doing.”Ryder Wilson, SDSCA StatePresident, said, “This event issomething that can change lives.The jammed packed weekend isfilled with inspiring speakers, stu-dent-lead workshops, and team-building activities.The convention is a positive en-vironment with kids who want tomake a difference in their schools,community, and state. This showspromise for our future.”The South Dakota StudentCouncil Association, which is co-sponsored by the South DakotaHigh School Activities Associationand the South Dakota SecondarySchool Principals Association, of-fers an opportunity for studentcouncil members to exercise andenhance their leadership skills.Focusing on the theme “Tuneinto Leadership”, the SDSCA Con-vention utilized a combination of breakout sessions and large groupinstructional presentations by twoguest speakers, which focused ondifferent aspects of leadership.The opening keynote presenta-tion on Sunday evening was pre-sented by Rashaan Davis fromColorado who teaches studentleaders how to build a programbased on trust, accountability andfollow-through.He also talked with advisorsabout program strategies they canimplement immediately, and heprovided a CD with “100 Ways toMake Your Student Council Bet-ter.”The second speaker was KyleScheele from Springfield, Mis-souri.Kyle is an inspiring speaker,writer and youth expert who haschallenged thousands of teensacross America to write their ownlive-better stories.He claims he got his start inspeaking by being the Chair of the Assemblies Committee for his highschool student council. Eventhough Kyle is funny, he presentshis speeches in a way that reachesout and connects with youth.The convention also featured astate-wide community service proj-ect.This project made 86 fleece blan-kets that will be dispersed amongcommunities throughout the state.The goal is these blankets willbe given to women/children shel-
Wall School atteded State Studet Coucil Covetio
Wall Middle School Studet Coucil. Pictured from left to right... Cash Wilso, Cooper Jo McLaughli, Alla McDoell, Former Goveror Mike Rouds, Tate Eisebrau, Katy Bielmaier adSierra Wilso.
~Courtesy Photo
Upcomig kidergarte studet Morga Miller meetig Mrs.Rachel McCoaghy, the Wall Kidergarte teacher, at the kider-garte screeig held o Friday, April 5 at the Wall School.
~Photo Laurie Hindman
Wall High School students.
Back row: from left to right ... LaeBlasius, Tucker O’Rourke, Les Williams ad Day Muzik. Mid-dle row: from left to right ... Austi Huether, Bailey Lytle, MaddiBauer, Emily Li, Josie Blasius, Michael Mordecai ad Advisor Roda Wilso. Frot Row: from left to right ... Ryder Wilso,Lae Hustead ad Laketo McLaughli.
~Courtesy Photo
ters, hospitals, and nursing homesto aid those who need some help.The Convention activities in-cluded the annual business meet-ing of the SDSCA and the electionof the Association’s 2013-2014state officers, as well as the elec-tion of the officers for each of the Association’s seven regions.Austin Huether, a sophomorefrom Wall High School, was electedas the President of the RushmoreRegion for the 2013-2014 schoolyear.Cash Wilson, a sixth graderfrom Wall Middle School, waselected as the Vice President of theSDSCA Middle School Board forthe 2013-2014 school year. This isa two-year term, with Cash becom-ing the SDSCA Middle SchoolPresident for the 2014-2015 schoolyear.An inspirational moment duringthe State Convention occurred aspart of the Closing General Ses-sion when the student councilspresented their checks for moneyraised as part of the SDSCA Statewide Spring "Children’s Mir-acle Network" project. By traditionthe SDSCA spring fundraisingproject is focused on the theme of "Kids Helping Other Kids". Stu-dent Councils giving money to aproject such as Children’s MiracleNetwork, epitomizes the "KidsHelping Other Kids" philosophy.WHS Awards at SDSCA Conven-tion:
 All-State Student CuncilSchl Award:
Wall HighSchool
2012-2013 State President:
 Ryder Wilson
 All-State Student Cuncil:
 Ryder Wilson
 All-State Student Cuncil:
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Elected:
 Austin Huether, President of Rushmore Region:2013-14
Elected:
Cash Wilson, State Middle School Vice President for 2013-14.
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By Cach Karl Pattersn
Here we go! The weather wasbeautiful, no wind for the day, andthe Wall Squad was ready to run.On Tuesday, April 2, the teamtraveled to Douglas for the firstmeet of the year.Tyler Peterson (Junior), a jumper, launched a 40” 8.75” leapto win the triple jump and alsotopped it off by pre-qualifying forthe state track meet.The boys 100M dash was a photofinish race with Tyler Trask (Se-nior) placing second in 11.59against Aidan Goetzinger fromSTM, who won in 11.58. Right be-hind Trask was Danny Muzik(Sophomore) blazing for third andNathan Patterson (Senior) placingfifth to round out the medal win-ners. There were 46 runners inthis event.The 4x100, 4x200 and 4x400 Re-lays all placed second with a closephoto finish again in the 4x200 byTrask to out lean the Douglas run-ner. What a run!Then the 4x400 race was a “wecan do this” determination racewith Danny Muzik (Sophomore)anchoring a well run race. Austin Huether place third inthe 3200 and 800 for the day.The highlights for the ladies’squad was Maddi Bauer (Senior)placing sixth in the pole vault.This is the first time Wall has everhad a lady pole vaulter since girlstrack was started in 1969-70. Shecleared 7’ 6” to start the season. Autumn Schulz (Senior) placedsecond in the shot put and discus.Then Tayah Huether (Sopho-more) ran strong placing sixth inthe 400 and fourth in the 800MRun. Also the 4x200 relay finishedfifth with T. Huether anchoring. 
Cach’s cmments:
It was niceto get a meet in and see where weare performance wise.The weather was great, somesunburns, and first meet nerveswere the norm.I was pleased with the determi-nation of every athlete.Congratulation to Peterson forqualifying for state. That was icingon the cake.Plus it has been a learning expe-rience to have a first time polevaulter for this coach. Bauer has alot of determination and is a joy tocoach.See everyone Tuesday, April 9th,at Kadoka with a starting time of noon.
Relay runners were:
 
•Boys 4x100:
Taran Eisen-braun, Dusty Dartt, Danny Muzikand Tyler Trask
•Boys 4x200:
Eisenbraun,Muzik, Patterson and Tyler Trask 
•Boys 4x400:
 A. Huether, D.Dartt, N. Patterson and D. Muzik 
•Girls 4x100:
Kailey Sawvell, Anika Eisenbraun, Sterling Ellens
Wall Track Team has a stellar performance at first meet
and Monica Bielmaier 
•Girls 4x200:
Sawvell, M. Biel-maier,A. Eisenbraun and T.Huether
Results:
 
•Girls 100 M Dash:
 A. Eisen-braun, 14.58 - 16th place; T.Huether, 14.59 - 17th place;Sawvell, 14.81 - 21st place; Ellens,17.02 - 35th place. 
•Girls 200 M Dash:
Ellens,37.66 - 32nd place. 
•Girls 400 M Dash:
T. Huether,1:07.60 - sixth place.
Girls 800 M Dash:
T. Huether,third place - 2:38.05. 
•Girls 100 Meter Hurdles:
El-lens, 24.46 - 18th place. 
•Girls 4x100 Meter Relay:
Wall, 1:00.66 - seventh place. 
•Girls 4x200 Meter Relay:
Wall, 2:07.84 - fifth place.
•Girls High Jump:
M. Biel-maier, J4-05.00 - 12th place. 
•Girls Pole Vault:
Bauer, J7-06.00 - sixth place. 
•Girls Long Jump:
M. Biel-maier, 11-03-50 - 21st place. 
•Girls Triple Jump:
Sawvell,26-04.00 - 10th place. 
•Girls Shot Put:
Schulz, 33-00.75 - second place; SamanthaSteffen, 26-03.75 - 10th place;Shelby Feldman, 24-08.50 - 13thplace; Analise Garland, 19-09-50 -26th place.
•Girls Discus Throw:
Schulz,92-02 - third place; Steffen, 87-04 -sixth place; Feldman, 79-11 - ninth
Dairy Queen Athlete of the 
month 
 Taran Eisenbraun Track 
Subway Musician of the month 
Austin Huether
Black Hills Fiacial Services located at Black Hills FederalCredit Uio is pleased to aouce that Ridge Sadal has beeselected as March’s studet of the moth. Ridge is a juior atWall High School that keeps busy beig ivolved i Football,Drama, FFA, Golf ad natioal Hoor Society. Ridge is the oldestof seve sibligs ad is a role model to other studets with hispositive attitude. This summer Ridge plas o workig o thefamily rach, i his spare time he likes to hut, ride dirt bike adride horses. After he graduates he would like to atted SDSU tomajor i Busiess/Fiace. Ridge is the so of Matt ad AitaSadal, Qui, S.D. Cogratulatios Ridge from Black Hills Fi-acial Services!
~Courtesy Photo
BH Fiacial Servicesstudet of the moth
place; Garland, 54-00 - 22nd place.
•Boys 100 Meter Dash:
Trask,11.59 - second place; Muzik, 11.87- third place; Patterson, 11.88 -fifth place; T. Eisenbraun, 12.07 -10th place; Dartt, 12,39 - 17thplace. 
•Boys 200 Meter Dash:
Trask,24.23 - fifth place; T. Eisenbraun,25.32 - 17th place; Dartt, 25.39 -18th place. 
•Boys 800 Meter Dash:
 A.Huether, 2:22.96 - third place. 
•Boys 1600 Meter Dash:
 A.Huether, 5:28.82 - seventh place. 
•Boys 3200 Meter Dash:
 A,Huether, 11:38.60 - third place. 
•Boys 4x100 Meter Relay:
WallHigh School ‘A’, 47.16 - secondplace.
•Boys 4x200 Meter Relay:
WallHigh School ‘A’, 1:37.02 - secondplace. 
•Boys 4x400 Meter Relay:
WallHigh School ‘A’, 4:07.54 - secondplace. 
•Boys High Jump:
Peterson,J5-04.00 - sixth place. 
•Boys Long Jump:
Patterson,18-02.50 - 10th place. 
•Boys Triple Jump:
Peterson,40-08.75 - first place. 
•Boys Shot Put:
LaketonMcLaughlin, 40-08.50 - thirdplace. 
•Boys Discus Throw:
McLaughlin, 113-07- fifth place.
Wall Seior Class at 2013 prom. Pictured back row: from left to right ... Bailey Lytle, Elsie Fortue, natha Patterso, Tyrel Clark,Ryder Wilso, Tara Eisebrau, Laketo McLaughli, Tyler Trask, Shada-Rae Eriquez, Autum Schulz, Trey Richter, Bailey Hapeyad Maddi Bauer. Frot row: from left to right ... Cody Harris, Kim Billigs, Kailey Rae Sawvell, Samatha Steffes, Aalise Garlad,Lae Hustead ad Thomas Va Osdol.
~Photos Laurie Hindman
Wall Seior Class of 2013 attedig prom
Dusty Leach beig the getle-ma that he is, is carryig hisdate durig the secod e-trace of the Prom-GradMarch. Wall Prom was held oFriday, April 5.Tyler Trask ad his date for the Wall Prom held o Friday,April 5. A secod Prom-GradMarch was held so promgoers could have fu withtheir dates.Emily Li ad Kade Eise-brau at the Wall Prom.Catrioa Bruema, Shya Mordecai ad Joaqui Cotreraspose for a picture before the Wall Prom begis.
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5th Annual Pancake Supper 
Saturday, April 20th
4:00 pm – 7:00 pm • Wall Fire Dept.
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