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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.
Fourth Grade Pioneer Sup-per
will be held on Wednesday,May 1 at 6 p.m. at the city audi-torium.
will meet on Thursday,May 2 at noon at Jigger’s.
Spring concertwill be held on Thursday, May 2at 1 p.m.
trackmeet on Monday, May 6 at noon.
Kadoka High School and Dis-trict Middle School
choir andband Spring concert will beTuesday, May 7 at 7 p.m. at thecity auditorium.
Jackson-Kadoka EconomicDevelopment Corp.
monthlymeeting will be Tuesday, May 7at 7 p.m., Gateway ApartmentCommunity Room.
Kadoka Area School Board
meeting on Wednesday, May 8 at7 p.m.
music pro-gram on Thursday, May 9.
Spring Academic and Ath-letic Awards Banquet
at 6p.m. at the Kadoka City Audito-rium.Read John 9:1-7The Lord will use a Christian’s personal testimonyin powerful ways. As we speak about how God has res-cued and changed us, the Holy Spirit can heighten peo-ple’s interest in spiritual matters and use our words tohelp them seek Christ as their Savior.In John 9, we learn about a blind man whom the Lord healed. He had been sightless since birth, andmany people wanted to know about his miraculous healing. To each one who questioned him, he told thefacts as he had experienced them: “The man they call Jesus made mud and spread it over my eyes andtold me, ‘Go to the pool of Siloam and wash yourself.’ So I went and washed, and now I can see!” (John9:11 NLT).When we obey Jesus’ commands, people around us will notice that there is something different aboutus. Perhaps they’ll be curious about our ability to remain patient or calm in times of adversity. They mayask why we have given up popular activities or avoid certain places. We can respond as simply as theblind man did: “I was spiritually blind and separated from God by sin. Jesus, the Savior, died on the crossto pay for my sins. Through faith in Him, I know I have been forgiven and have been adopted into God’sfamily. That’s why I am not the same.”We don’t have to know every answer to every question in order to talk about our Savior. We need onlytell what has happened to us personally. Take the time to write out your testimony in a few sentences,and be able to relate the story briefly and clearly. Then look for an opportunity to tell someone what Godhas done in your life.
Telling Your Story
Monday, May 6
Taco casserole, tossed salad, V-8 juice, (chips and dip at center) andpears,
Tuesday, May 7
Roast turkey, dressing andgravy, broccoli, cranberry sauce,dinner roll, and peaches.
Wednesday, May 8
Eat at Jigger’s
Thursday, May 9
Meatballs in gravy, wild riceblend, green beans, chinesecoleslaw, bread, and apricots.
Friday, May 10
Roast beef philly cheese sand-wich, oven browned potato wedges,patio salad, and pumpkin bar.
Meals forthe Elderly
Harriet Noteboom, age 96, of Okaton, S.D., died Friday, April 26,2013, at the Kadoka NursingHome.Harriet Roghair was born No-vember 10, 1916, in Alton, Iowa,the daughter of Henry and Cor-nelia Roghair. Growing up, Harriethelped her mother with theyounger children and the housework. The family moved to Okatonin 1925. After graduating fromhigh school, Harriet took nursestraining in Chamberlain. She spentseveral years working in hospitals,doctor’s offices, and home healthcare.On November 23, 1953, Harrietmarried Dick Noteboom in Tokyo,Japan. They lived in Tokyo aftertheir marriage, then moved toLawton, Okla., and later to SunCity, Ariz. Harriet and Dick trav-eled to California, Florida, Alaska,and many national parks, visitingfamily and friends along the way.November 1979 found them mov-ing back to Okaton, the place theyboth grew up.Harriet moved to Kadoka in2007 after the death of her hus-band Dick on November 11, 2007,where she has since resided.Harriet is survived by a sister,Gertrude Vander Schaaf and herhusband, John, Orange City, Iowa;two brothers, Theodore Roghair,Louisville, Ky., and Robert Roghairand his wife, Bessie, Okaton; manynieces and nephews, and great-nieces and nephews; and a specialfriend, Shorty Ireland, Kadoka.In addition to her husband,Dick, Harriet was preceded indeath by her parents; four broth-ers, Edward, Jacob, William and Albert; and four sisters, Janett,Hilda, Alice and Joanna. Visitation will be held one hourpreceding the services at thechurch.Funeral services will be held at10:00 a.m. Thursday, May 2, at thePresbyterian Church in Kadoka,with Pastor Gary McCubbin offici-ating.Music will be provided by LoisPettyjohn, pianist, Hilda Locke andJohn Daum, vocalists.Register book attendants areWanda Larson and Evelyn Daum.Ushers are Jerry and HenryRoghair. Pallbearers are Paul,Richard, Marty, James and Ray-mond Roghair and Nathan VanderSchaaf.Graveside services will be heldat 2:30 p.m. Thursday, May 2, atthe Black Hills National Cemeterynear Sturgis. A memorial is established to theKadoka Nursing Home. Arrangements are with theRush Funeral Chapel of Kadoka.Her online guestbook is avail-able at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Stephanie Williams, age 37, of Wall, S.D., died Tuesday, April 23,2013, at the Sanford USD MedicalCenter in Sioux Falls.Stephanie Marie Andersen wasborn June 27, 1975, in Sioux Falls,the daughter of Greg and Vicki(Widman) Andersen. Her familylived in Brandon until she was twoyears old and then moved to Arling-ton. She graduated from ArlingtonHigh School in 1993 where she ex-celled in basketball, volleyball, andacademics. She furthered her edu-cation at South Dakota State Uni-versity where she received abachelor’s degree in education. Shecompeted on the SDSU rodeo teamthroughout college. This is whereshe met the love of her life, MartyWilliams.Marty and Stephanie wereunited in marriage on May 30,1997. The couple settled on a ranchsouthwest of Wall. Stephanieworked at West River Electric forthree years before beginning herteaching career at Wall HighSchool. She taught English andhistory for 11 years, and coachedfor 13 years.Stephanie had a great love forhorses. She enjoyed the sport of rodeo and competed at all levelsfrom 4-H, high school, college, andSouth Dakota Rodeo Association.Her favorite pastime was spendingtime with her family riding in thecanyon near their home.Stephanie’s dream was realized in2011 when she began working fulltime with her husband Marty ontheir ranch.Stephanie attended the Evan-gelical Free Church in Wall. Shewas responsible for starting theFellowship of Christian Athletes atWall High School. Stephanie’s fa-vorite role in life was being amother to her two children, Jaiceeand Stran. She enjoyed supportingthem in all their activities: basket-ball, wrestling, music and espe-cially rodeo.She is loved and survived by herhusband, Marty Williams, Wall;one daughter, Jaicee; one son,Stran; her parents, Greg and Vicki(Widman) Andersen, Arlington; twosisters, Sheila Schmidt and herhusband, Terry, De Smet, andShari Knutsen and her husband,Jesse, Omaha, Neb.; her mother-and father-in-law, Mary and MyronWilliams, Wall; her brother-in-law,Monty Williams and his wife, BobbiJo, Box Elder; her sister-in-law,Misty Mattox and her husband,Jeff, Kearney, Neb.; her grand-mother, Gladys (Huebner) Ander-sen, Arlington; nine nieces andnephews; and a host of other rela-tives and friends.Stephanie is preceded in deathby her grandparents, Don and Verda (Jeffers) Widman, andNorville Andersen; and her niece,Makayla Mattox.Services were held Saturday, April 27, at the Wall High Schoolgym, with Pastor Dave Kaufman,and Pastor Ron Burtz officiating.Music was provided by CarlaBrucklacher, pianist, and PaigeCordes, vocalist.Ushers were Sam Eisenbraunand Mark Ullerich. Pallbearerswere Jayme Murray, Lee Ness,Ross and Scott Pirlet, MadisonMcLaughlin and Katrina Kjerstad.Interment was at the WallCemetery. A memorial has been estab-lished. Arrangements were with theRush Funeral Chapel of Wall.Her online guestbook is avail-able at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Pauline Schofield, age 82, Mid-land, S.D., died Saturday, April 27,2013, at the Philip Nursing Home.Eva Pauline Fosheim was bornon September 21, 1930, in Midland,the daughter of Peter and Viola(Hand) Fosheim. She grew up inthe Deep Creek area and was bap-tized and confirmed in the DeepCreek Church. This church wouldalways hold fond memories for herand a special place in her heart.She completed grades one througheight at Little Eagle School and at-tended Midland High School.On September 12, 1947, Paulinewas united in marriage to Harry H.“Hank” Schofield at the Lutheranparsonage in Midland and to thisunion nine children were born.They lived and worked in the Mid-land area until 1959 when theymoved onto the Schofield familyhomestead southwest of Midlandon Brave Bull Creek. This is wherethey spent the remainder of their56 years of married life withPauline faithfully working besideher husband keeping books for theranch and tending to their homeand family. After losing her beloved hus-band to his brave fight with cancerin November of 2003, Paulinemoved from her home and livedwith her daughter and family forfour years until she entered theKadoka Nursing Home. She latermoved to the Philip Nursing Homein order to be closer to her familyand this is where she resided untilthe time of her death.Pauline’s life revolved aroundher home, family, and God. She hadan unfaltering faith which shepassed down to her children andthis is what carried her throughthe many trials and hardships sheendured during her lifetime. Shewill be remembered as a lovingwife, mother and grandmother. Shehad that special talent of “turninga house into a home” with all thelittle things she did, whether it behaving fresh baked cookies waitingfor the kids when they got homefrom school, staying up all night tosew doll clothes for her daughtersat Christmas, or making playdough for her grandchildren. Herlove of children was evident andthe door to Hank and Pauline’shome was always open to anyonewho needed a place to stay.Throughout the years they wel-comed many children into theirhome loving and treating them astheir own.God blessed Pauline with manytalents. She loved music, had abeautiful singing voice and taughtherself to play several instrumentsincluding the piano, which was herfavorite. She was also a giftedseamstress, artist, writer, quilter,cook and baker, to name a few. Shewas an avid reader and encouragedthe children in her life to do thesame.Throughout her life she was anactive member of the Deep Creekand Trinity Lutheran churchesteaching Sunday school, releasetime and Bible school. She was amember of the Rebecca Circle,served as PTA president, 4-Hleader and was involved in a num-ber of other various clubs and or-ganizations.Pauline is survived by four sons,Monte Schofield and Lucas (Brigit)Schofield, both of Midland, Kirby(Nancy) Schofield, Belvidere, andWesley (Marina) Schofield of Tru-man, Minn.; three daughters, Jill(Wayne) Splitt, Wichita, Kan., June(Leroy) Fedderson and Julie(Larry) McLaughlin, both of Mid-land; 31 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; three brothers,Peter (Sylvia) Fosheim, Pierre, JoeFosheim, Ft. Pierre, and Vic (Carol)Fosheim, Midland; four sisters,Edith Schofield, Casper, Wyo., Judy(George) Gerig, Sturgis, Tina(Orlyn) Haug, Aurora, Colo., Ruth(Lou) Gassner, Berthoud, Colo.; twosisters-in-law, Jackie Fosheim,Murdo, and Judy Fosheim, Mid-land; several nieces and nephews;and a host of other relatives andfriends.Pauline was preceded in deathby her husband, Harry H. “Hank”Schofield; her parents, Peter and Viola (Hand) Fosheim; one sister,Thelma Jean Schofield; four broth-ers, Richard, Roger, Johnny andGeorge Fosheim; two sons, WilliamRay and Travis Todd Schofield; onegrandson, Casey Leroy Fedderson;and one great-grandson, ReidChristian Palecek.Services were held Wednesday,May 1, at the Midland School Gym,with Pastor Tel Saucerman officiat-ing.Music was provided by MikeSeager and Tristen Schofield.Ushers were Bob, Dan andRichard Schofield and ClintSaucerman. Pallbearers werePauline’s grandsons and honorarypallbearers were her granddaugh-ters.Interment was at the MidlandCemetery.In lieu of flowers, a memorialhas been established. Arrangements were with theRush Funeral Home of Philip.Her online guestbook is avail-able at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Sarah Allison, age 35, Sturgis,S.D., died Saturday, April 27, 2013,at the Sturgis Regional Hospital.Sarah Ann Allison was born Oc-tober 24, 1977, at Brookings, thedaughter of Gary and Terri (Pierce) Allison. She lived a short time withher parents at Brookings beforemoving to Clear Lake. In 1984, shemoved with her family to the Wallarea. In December 1985, Sarahmoved to Deadwood where she wasenrolled in Black Hills SpecialServices Cooperative. She lived invarious places in and around theBlack Hills. In 1999, she moved toSturgis, still with BHSS, andresided there until her death on April 27, 2013.Survivors include her parents,Gary and Terri Allison, Creighton;her brother, Clint Allison (WendyEisenbraun), Quinn; her maternalgrandmother, Jean Pierce, Volga;paternal grandparents, Lynn and Arlene Allison, Brookings; severalaunts, uncles, and cousins; and herpeers, staff and support team atBHSS.Sarah was preceded in death byher maternal grandfather, VernonPierce, Jr., and an uncle, GregPierce. Visitation will be held two hourspreceding the services on Friday.Funeral services will be held at2:00 p.m. Friday, May 3, at theWall Community Center, with Pas-tor Ron Burtz officiating.Graveside services will be held2:30 CDT Saturday, May 4, at theHillcrest Cemetery in Estelline. Arrangements are with theRush Funeral Chapel of Wall.Her online guestbook is avail-able at www.rushfuneralhome.com
Marion F. Olesen, 70, Philip,S.D., died Friday, April 26, 2013, atRapid City Regional Hospital.Survivors include two sons,Richard (Margi) Olesen, Lead, andJerry (Susan) Olesen, Kingston,N.C.; five daughters, Brenda(Terry) Cooper, Box Elder, LisaOlesen, Platsburg, N.Y., VickieRomer, Alamosa, Colo., LizaDuran, Alamosa, and Alta (Matt)Polich, Spearfish; five grandchil-dren; a brother, Eugene (GenaLoose) Welborn, Huntley, Mont.;and two sisters, Bernice (Tom)Hash, Billings, Mont., and Nordine(Bill) Rogers, Montana.She was preceded in death byher parents; two sisters, WandaWelborn and Myrna Schraudner;and a nephew, Danny Schraudner.Memorial services were heldWednesday, May 1, at Black HillsFuneral Home, Sturgis, with Rev.Herbert B. Cleveland officiating.Inurnment will take place at alater date.Memorial contributions can bemade in Marion’s name to an or-ganization of the donor’s choice.Black Hills Funeral Home hasbeen entrusted with arrangements. An online guest register is avail-able at www.blackhillsfuneral-home.com.
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