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May 23, 2013 • Kadoka Press •
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.
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Upcoming Area Events
Friday, May 24 and Saturday, May 25
the state track meet will beheld in Sioux Falls.
Memorial Day Services
in Belvidere will be held on Monday, May27 at the cemetery at 9:30 a.m. and at the Belvidere Community Hallat 10:00 a.m. Larry Dolezal will be the speaker.
Kadoka city wide rummage sales.Read Colossians 3:23-24If you’ve ever been locked out of your house, you knowhow important keys are. For believers, goal setting is akey that opens the door to Christlike living and affectsus in a number of ways. Let’s think about five changes we can look for.1. Excitement is renewed. When we are not clear on our direction, enthusiasm wanes. Excitement comesas we strive toward our goals and see the Lord at work transforming us.2. Direction replaces drifting. Without goals, we lose sight of where we’re headed and instead begin todrift. Complacency replaces passion, and we start allowing justification to enter our thought process—suchas, This is just who I am. Goals help us focus on who we are becoming.3. Excellence replaces mediocrity. Without goals, we start living a humdrum “don’t bother me” way of life.Working with focus counters this mindset.4. Our attitudes will improve. When we don’t like the choices we’re making, our tendency can be to criticizeothers. But when we are following God’s plan, we will feel better about ourselves and relate more positivelyto those around us.5. Life will be rewarding. If we live for ourselves, we will be disappointed. Setting godly goals helps uswisely use the time, energy, resources, and talents that the Lord has given us. Life is a gift, and we are tobe good stewards of it. That is difficult to do in the absence of goals.It will be easier to identify distractions and evaluate opportunities if you compare them to establishedgoals. Choices then become clearer, and you will be able to reap the benefits of goal setting: enthusiasm, di-rection, excellence, and reward.
The Advantages of Goal Setting
Monday, May 27
Tuesday, May 28
Baked ham, sweet potatoes,peas, bread and pineapple tidbits.
Wednesday, May 29
Salisbury steak in gravy,mashed potatoes and gravy, cookedcabbage, bread and mandarin or-anges.
Thursday, May 30
Oven crisp chicken, potatosalad, seasoned green beans, din-ner roll and peaches or cake andice cream at center.
Friday, May 31
Pizza, tossed salad, juice andfresh fruit.
Meals forthe Elderly
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Fourth Grade students take field trip to De Smet
The students made harmonicas by using wax paper and a hair comb.
--photos by Mary Graupmann and Valerie Ohtrman
The covered wagon rides were a highlight of the trip for the students. Gabe Gar-cia(L), Dan’Te Sitting Up, Jackson Grimes, Rico Ashley, TJ Hamar, Reed Ohrtman,and Emil Last Horse go for a ride around the farm.Sina Sitting Up at the schoolhouse.Gavin Sudbeck (L), Hudson Johnson, Jeremiah High Horse, Fred Waters, Tori Mad-sen, Jessica Enders.Reed Ohrtman (R) plays a tune on areplica of Pa's fiddle.Above, the students had the experi-ence of what it was like to attendschool in 1880. Front row (L-R): JessicaEnders, CJ Livermont, Jayden TwoBulls. Back row: Bailey Grimes, JadynColler, Trent Cuny.Kadoka Area fourth graders the in barn at the Ingalls homestead.
The fourth grade students wenton their annual field trip toMitchell and De Smet. They left onWednesday, May 8 for Mitchell,stopping at the Lewis and Clark In-formation Center to have lunchand look at the Missouri River.Then it was on to The Prehis-toric Indian Village in Mitchell.Students were able to see an actualarcheological dig of remains from aprehistoric Indian tribe. Their fa-vorite part was throwing spearswith an atlatl, just like the tribehad. They also enjoyed seeing areplica of one of the homes made of waddle and adobe.Early Thursday morning, every-one was ready to head to De Smetto the Laura Ingalls Wilder Home-stead. This was a favorite stop be-cause of all the activities. Thestudents got to experience an 1880sschool house, make butter, ropes,corncob dolls, and grind wheat intoflour. Driving the team of horseswas a new experience for many of the students. Finally, they got tosee a replica of Pa Ingalls’ shantyand sod house.Then it was on to the Laura In-galls Wilder Memorial Society.There the students got to see astate of the arts museum wherethey store artifacts from the In-gall’s estate, since there are no liv-ing relatives to Charles andCaroline Ingalls.The students were really excitedto see the actual surveyor’s housewhere Laura and her family spentthe first winter in what is now thetown of De Smet. They had readabout the surveyor’s house in thebook By The Shores of Silver Lake.Some of the students couldn’t be-lieve they were actually in thesame house where Laura walkedand lived in.Later we went to the last housePa built in De Smet and the ceme-tery where all but Laura and Al-manzo were buried.What a great experience forKadoka Area fourth graders!Mathilda “Tillie” Eisenbraun,age 88, of Wall, S.D., died May 19,2013, at the Good Samaritan Cen-ter in New Underwood.Mathilda F. “Tillie” Drewitz wasborn March 12, 1925, on a farmnear Clayton, the daughter of Johnand Alvina (Beuchler) Drewitz. As a young girl, the familymoved to a farm near Bowdle,where they resided until moving toWolsey. In 1936, after her father,John Drewitz died, Alvina and herchildren moved to Creighton.She completed her education inthe Creighton area.Mathilda was united in mar-riage to Erwin Eisenbraun on June14, 1945, on Erwin’s farm/ranchnorth of Creighton.They made their home on thefarm/ ranch where they operated adairy farm until Erwin’s death onJanuary 24, 1980. Tillie continuedto reside on the farm/ranch untilmoving into Wall in 1998. While inWall, Tillie worked for the ForestService and the Wall Motel.Because of health reasons, shemoved into the Good SamaritanCenter in New Underwood whereshe resided until the time of herdeath.Mathilda was a member of Em-manuel Lutheran Church of Creighton and was a member of theFarm Bureau.Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren were a very impor-tant part of her life which sheenjoyed very much.Grateful for having shared herlife are her two sons, Roger Eisen-braun of Wright, Wyo., and AlvinEisenbraun and his wife, Sandra,of Wall; one daughter, MarjorieEisenbraun of Wall; nine grand-children and eight great-grandchil-dren, Keith and NatashaEisenbraun and their two daugh-ters, Kyza and Nyah; Heather andGary Beck and their daughter,Fisher; Ryan Eisenbraun and hisson, Radley; Jason Eisenbraun;Seth Eisenbraun; DeeDee and EricBresee and their son, Damion;Kalvin and Heather Eisenbraunand their two daughters, Kaydenceand Karlie; Brittany and BillBryant and their daughter, Molly;and Darick Eisenbraun; four sis-ters-in-law, Goldie Eisenbraun of Rapid City, Margaret Eisenbraunof Creighton, Marilyn Drewitz of Wall and Elnora Drewitz of Racine,Wis.; and a host of other relativesand friends.In addition to her husband,Erwin, she was preceded in deathby her parents; and three brothers,Oscar, Edwin, and Alvin Drewitz.Services were held Wednesday,May 22, at the EmmanuelLutheran Church in Creighton,with Pastor Curtis Garland offici-ating.Music was provided by RhondaMettler, organist. Ushers wereJoshua Geigle and J.T. Moon. Pall-bearers were Tillie’s grandsons,Keith, Ryan, Kalvin, Jason, Darickand Seth Eisenbraun. Honorarypallbearers were her granddaugh-ters, Heather Beck, DeeDee Breseeand Brittany Bryant.Interment was at the CreightonCemetery. A memorial has been estab-lished.
Mathilda “Tillie” Eisenbraun ________