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A Publication of Ravellette Publications, Inc., Philip, South Dakota 57567. The Official Newspaper of Haakon County, South Dakota. Copyright 1981.
Number 21
Volume 106
January 12, 2012
by Laurie Hindman
In the early morning hours of
Friday, January 6, Rapid City Dis-
patch received a 911 call at 2:25
a.m. stating that the Two Bit Sa-
loon and Steakhouse in Quinn lo-
cated along Highway 14 was on
fire. Dispatch notified the Wall Vol-
unteer Fire Department of the fire
and they were on scene quickly.
The structure that was on fire
was built in 1959 by Gail Ten-
neyson and called the Quinn Bar.
Tenneyson served in the military
and was stationed in Germany in
1945. He managed an enlisted
men’s club on the base according to
his brother George. Franny Ten-
neyson said that Gail purchased
Ben’s Place which was located up-
town in Quinn. Gail had to have a
partner since he wasn’t 21 yet. Jim
Merrill who was his brother-in-law
obtained the liquor license and
when Tenneyson turned 21 he
bought Merrill out.
For 25 years Gail and Franny
had the bar until Reece Williams
walked in and wrote Gail a check
for the business. Gail walked out
and never looked back.
The bar has changed hands
many times until Kevin and Jan
Wenzel bought the Two Bit from
Floyd Kjerstad about five years
ago. The saloon and steakhouse is
known for its warm atmosphere,
weekday evening specials and the
best steaks around. Unfortunately
during the early morning hours of
Friday, January 6, the building
and all of its contents went up in
flames.
Fire departments from Wall, In-
terior, Philip, New Underwood,
Rapid Valley, Box Elder, Ellsworth
Air Force Base, North Haines,
Pennington County Search and
Rescue, Pennington County Fire
Marshal and Pennington County
Sheriff’s Department were called in
to contain the fire and to prevent it
from spreading due to the dry con-
ditions of the country side.
Pennington County Fire Admin-
istrator Denny Gorton stated at
this time they have not determined
Quinn landmark burns to the ground
Business gone ... Smoke filled the air as the Two Bit Saloon in Quinn burned
to the ground on Friday, January 6. Photos by Ann Clark
Aftermath ... The Two Bit Saloon as seen on Friday, January 6. The building
was destroyed by a fire that started in the early morning hours.
Humongous load going down the road ... The Basin Electric transformer at the WAPA-owned Philip substation
is headed for reconditioning and use in the oil developing area of Watford City, N.D. Loading was done by two cranes
working in unison. At 195,000 pounds and a road height of almost 18 feet, it will have to go on a round-about trip of ap-
proximately 1,100 miles, instead of about 400 miles, because of road height and weight restrictions. The transformer was
first brought from near the Frank and Marie Mortellaro ranch to the C.K. and Pam Dale property on Highway 73, where
it has been waiting since October for the North Dakota road conditions to dry out. The perimeter rail semi truck has 13
axles and a steerable perimeter. The transformer’s breakers, auxiliary equipment, other pieces and parts, and 12,100 gal-
lons of anti-conducting mineral oil were not part of this load. Photo by Del Bartels
by Del Bartels
The transformer at the Philip
electricity substation several miles
north of Philip has been temporar-
ily taken out of service. The substa-
tion is owned by Western Area
Power Administration, but Basin
Electric has its own equipment, in-
cluding the transformer, inside
that station.
According to Daryl Hill,
spokesman for Basin Electric head-
quartered out of Bismarck, N.D.,
the company is currently rerouting
power. “That’s pretty common in
the utility industry,” said Hill.
The 100MVA transformer will be
replaced with a 200MVA trans-
former. The new unit will have
twice the electrical capacity of the
old one. It is on order and should be
delivered some time next month.
The old transformer was first
moved in October from near the
Frank and Marie Mortellaro ranch
to the C.K. and Pam Dale property
on Highway 73. Dales have enough
approach and turn-around space
for rigs big enough for this kind of
load. The transformer has been
stored on beams and steel plates,
waiting for the road conditions in
North Dakota to dry out. According
to Hill, when the old transformer
arrives in the Watford City/Willis-
ton, N.D. area, it will be recondi-
tioned and put into service
assisting with the electricity needs
of oil development and extending
the Basin Electric infrastructure
for new building and construction.
The transformer weighs 195,000
pounds, according to Toby Kippes
of Jerke Crane Service, which used
two cranes in unison to load the
unit onto the truck. With this
weight with a road height of almost
18 feet, the load will have to go on
a carefully chosen round-about trip
of approximately 1,100 miles, in-
stead of about 400 miles, because of
road height and weight restric-
tions. The perimeter rail semi
truck required for the job has 13
axles and a steerable perimeter.
Loading began at 10:00 a.m. Janu-
ary 4, and the truck and its pilot
vehicles pulled out at 6:30 a.m.
January 5. A different truck will
later take the beams and steel
plates that were used to hold the
unit off of the ground.
Hill said that the unit normally
weighs 260,000 pounds, with its
breakers, auxiliary equipment,
other pieces and parts, and the
12,100 gallons of mineral oil inside.
The mineral oil has a “high dielec-
tric insulation value,” which means
it not only helps keep the unit cool,
but reduces electrical arcing.
Outgoing load part of Philip substation upgrade
by Del Bartels
The Philip City Council quickly
approved the annual resolutions,
appointments and reviews during
its first meeting in 2012, Tuesday,
January 3. The council members
then addressed the salaries for city
employee and the old business of
dog ordinances.
After an executive session, the
council approved a three percent
across-the-board increase for all
city employees. This raise did not
include the mayor and the council
members.
The continuing topic of dogs as
nuisances within the city limits
was closed when the council unan-
imously agreed that the laws al-
ready in the books are sufficient.
Those laws will be enforced
throughout the city limits. Any un-
licensed dog not on the property of
the owner or caretaker will be
picked up by the authorities and
held for 48 hours. If the dog is not
claimed and licensed, the dog will
be put down.
Licenses are one dollar for male
or spayed dogs and two dollars for
female dogs. Dog licenses include
the tag that must be worn by the
animal. Dogs that constantly bark
or cause physical concern of citi-
zens may be reported by citizens,
and will be investigated by the au-
thorities.
The council kept the First Na-
tional Bank in Philip as the official
depository for the city, the Pioneer
Review as its official newspaper
and the previous seven paid holi-
days for city employees. The coun-
cil kept the wording of its official
anti-discrimination resolution. All
penalties, fines and fees, and all
city rates and fees remain the same
as last year’s.
The total average balance in
2011 for the four city accounts –
general fund, water fund, sewer
fund and garbage fund – was
$1,574,394. Bills pending since the
year-end special meeting, Thurs-
day, December 29, totaled
$33,464.33.
The council weighed the current
pass rate for the swimming pool
against three suggested options.
Complimenting the city’s new pool
and its operation, Mayor John Hart
said, “We are open a whole lot more
than we used to be.” Finance Offi-
cer Monna Van Lint pointed out
that none of the options would
cover what it costs to operate the
pool. Last year the facility brought
in $6,761, topping 2009, the last
year before the pool was rebuilt, by
City employees get three percent raise, dog ordinances to be enforced
by Nancy Haigh
Along with reorganizing for the
new year, the Haakon County
Board of Commissioners discussed
a vehicle and help for the depart-
ment of equalization and register of
deeds and emergency management
details.
Kevin Pfeifle, director of equal-
ization, and Traci Radway, register
of deeds, discussed with the board
staffing issues in their offices, Rad-
way noted that at times she is two
weeks behind in her duties. She
said it shouldn’t be that way, espe-
cially when some of the items are
time sensitive. She added that it
was hard for her to take time off.
Radway said she has had offers
from people to come in and help,
but she needs to be able to train
someone to do more than just an-
swer the phone and take messages.
She said it took her two to three
years as a part-time deputy to
learn everything and that there are
a lot of legal issues to deal with.
Pfeifle said he had recently been
audited by the department of rev-
enue the first part of November.
“They are not happy,” he said. “I
know I’m two months behind.” He
said the report made him feel very
inadequate. Pfeifle said he put in a
lot of hours for the rest of Novem-
ber trying to catch up. “I didn’t get
caught up, but I did get closer,” he
said. “I can’t work like that. I’m not
willing to work fifty hours a week.”
Pfeifle approached the commis-
sioners again about selling the pub-
lic information from his office. He
said he has had calls from people
wishing to purchase copies of his
books. All the material is public
record, he said. One person was
willing to pay one dollar for each
copy, which Pfeifle estimated
would bring in about $2,500. “I’m
willing to sell this to bring in a lit-
tle extra money to bring in some
help,” said Pfeifle.
Commissioner Steve Clements
said he was not in favor of selling
the list. “I’m trying to help,” said
Pfeifle. “I don’t think .... I don’t
know how long I can keep doing
this. It’s public record. I have to
give it to them if they come in.”
Radway said a company will put
the data together, the property as-
sessments and selling prices. She
was not sure what the company
then did with the data.
Commissioner Rita O’Connell
said she also was not in favor of
giving out the information but
asked since it was public record,
would it be okay for the county to
make money on the proposal. Pfei-
fle said he didn’t like it either, but
he did know of other counties that
have sold the data.
Clements said that the $2,500
wasn’t going to solve the problem
and it would just upset the people.
O’Connell and Commissioner Nick
Konst said they didn’t like having
the county employee do the work of
copying and using county time for
that amount of money to be
brought in.
The board set aside $6,500 for
Pfeifle in the 2012 budget for part
time help for his office. They de-
cided for him to use that and not
sell the records.
Pfeifle asked the board about a
car or mileage for his personal ve-
hicle. He said he could use his own
vehicle, but not for 37 cents per
mile, which is the rate the county
reimburses. The board discussed
the possibility of a gas card for him
to use or possibly purchasing a low
cost used vehicle.
Lola Roseth, Haakon County
emergency manager, informed the
board that the state office of emer-
gency management decided to
break the state’s four emergency
management regions into six. This
would place Haakon County in a
region that Roseth said would in-
clude more travel expenses for her
and thus the county. Haakon
County, along with Jackson and
Bennett counties had been in a re-
gion that included the western tier
of counties. The meetings had been
Briggs takes helm of county commission
(continued on page 2)
by Del Bartels
The members of the Philip
Chamber of Commerce began the
new year under the facilitation of
President Brit Miller and Vice
President Matt Griffin. Matt Reedy
continues on as the treasurer.
The well-attended meeting Mon-
day, January 9, entertained
lengthy discussion on the future
hopes of facility improvements for
the annual matched bronc ride.
Branden West and Beau Ravellette
have contacted the city of Rapid
City, which will rent transportable
bleachers for $150 per set for five
days. The currently used bleachers,
with additional rented ones, could
fill three audience sides of the rop-
ing arena.
West stated that he needed to
know the plans of the chamber
whether it was going to hold a
street dance or full-blown, big-
name concert. “What are we willing
to go for, what do we want? We’ve
decided that we are going to do
something else then Dustin Evans,
some other quality band,” said
West.
After the members discussed
many avenues of possibilities,
Reedy made a motion for a roll call
vote whether the chamber was
going to go with something similar
to what it has done for the last few
years, or if a far larger concert
would be planned for 2012. A street
dance will be held downtown for
Philip Festival Days.
The chamber wants to support
the matched bronc ride, but over
several years. “If we do a $1,200
concert and we have a wreck, we
can still work toward five years (of
helping support and improving the
matched bronc ride). If we do a
$35,000 concert and it fails, we are
done. As is, the only one that has
anything to lose here is the bronc
ride,” said Reedy.
West thanked the members, now
knowing the direction that will be
taken for at least this year.
In other business, the chamber
will finalize during its next meet-
ing the details of a fundraiser fun
night for some Saturday evening in
March. Instead of a hard member-
ship drive, the chamber has found
that the soft-sell of a casino fun
night interests more current and
potential members.
Mike and Marcia West pointed
out that the city of Philip has un-
dergone a voter redistricting. “I
think this could be one of the most
important elections in recent times.
It needs to be younger people,” said
Marcia West. Mike West said,
“The city runs the city, but the
chamber is all the businesses.
Without the businesses the city
wouldn’t exist. It’s very important
on who is running the city, to be
very progressive. We’d better get
involved because of the tremendous
turnover.”
Ron Larson, previous chamber
president, cautioned, “A business-
man in office can get crucified.”
Mike West agreed, being a for-
mer mayor and former Philip busi-
nessman, but he encouraged the
chamber, “Find someone in your
ward who you want in office.”
The next meeting for the Philip
Chamber of Commerce will be
Monday, February 13, at 7:00 p.m.
at The Steakhouse.
Chamber to again hold street dance,
rather than larger concert, for 2012
Chamber ... Above, Branden West updated the members in attendance at the
(continued on page 2)
over $2,270. Total expenses in 2011
for the new pool and its operation,
for its 100-day season, came to over
$644 per day.
For the 2012 season, a daily pool
pass will remain at $3 per person.
A season pass for an individual will
stay at $55. A season pass for two
people from the same household
will be $75, with those individuals
listed on the pass in order to stop
any rotation of people on the same
pass. Three pool attendees from the
same household will be charged
$100. Four or more swimmers from
the same household will be charged
a maximum of $125 for the pool
season.
The monthly report by the Philip
Police Department showed 47 offi-
cial calls, 21 warnings and two ci-
tations issued. The time of officers
January 9 Philip Chamber of Commerce meeting on the future hopes of the Philip Roping Association and the Matched
Bronc Ride. Below, Glenn Parsons displays the plaque that he accepted as a representative of the Philip chamber. The
recognition came from the Verendrye Museum, the sponsor of the 2011 Historic Bad River Trail Scotty Philip Memorial
Ride that started in Philip and concluded in Fort Pierre. Photos by Del Bartels
Correction
In last week’s Pioneer Review
the sewer rate, based on water
usage, was inadvertently in error.
The charge, after meeting the
minimum, is .003 cents for the
extra gallons up to 10,000 gallons.
After that it is an additional .0015
cents per gallon. This applies to
both city users and non-city users.
The fee for city users up to the first
2,000 gallons is $15.50, and for
those outside city limits it is $31.
The sewer rates are calculated
based on the average water con-
sumption for the months of Janu-
ary, February and March of each
year. Once this average is deter-
mined, the rates are then applied
and the user is billed that amount
monthly until the next averaging
cycle. (continued on page 2)
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10-S-10: KcnnciI Allan Fo×, PIili¡, wIo ¡lcad noi guiliy io all
cIargcs on 11-18-10, was convicicd ai irial on 12-1S-11 of iIc
following cIargcs. 1 couni Fa¡c, 1si dcgrcc, lcss iIan 13 (25 ycars
in iIc siaic ¡cn}; 1 couni Fa¡c, 1si dcgrcc, lcss iIan 13 (25 ycars
in iIc siaic ¡cn}; 1 couni Sc×ual Coniaci CIild Undcr 16 (10 ycars
in iIc siaic ¡cn}; 1 couni Sc×ual Coniaci CIild Undcr 16 (10 ycars
in iIc siaic ¡cn}; 1 couni Sc×ual Coniaci CIild Undcr 16 (10 ycars
in iIc siaic ¡cn}; and 1 couni Sc×ual Coniaci CIild Undcr 16 (10
ycars in iIc siaic ¡cn}. Condiiions. 1} Ordcrcd iIai iIc dcfcndani
¡ay iIc cosi of iIc ¡sycIo/sc×ual cvaluaiion in iIc anouni of
$2,760.50; 2} Ordcrcd iIai iIc dcfcndani ¡ay couri a¡¡oinicd ai-
iorncy fccs in iIc anouni of $13,626.92; 3} Ordcrcd iIai iIc dc-
fcndani sIall ¡ay wiincss irans¡oriaiion fccs in iIc anouni of
$5,400.05; 4} Ordcrcd iIai iIc dcfcndani sIall ¡ay any counscling
fccs accrucd ly M.F. as rcsuli of dcfcndani's aciions; 5} Ordcrcd
iIai said dcfcndani sIall lc givcn crcdii for 434 days of jail iinc;
6} Ordcrcd iIai cacI of dcfcndani's conviciions was a sc¡araic
iransaciion and cacI of iIc dcfcndani's scnicnccs sIall lc scrvcd
consccuiivcly.
12-10-11: SpeedIng: Dryan L. Florcs, San Juan, TX; fincd
$125.
hoId In SµonrfIsh nnd !nµId CIfy.
Þow Hnnkon Counfy Is In n rogIon
fhnf IncIudos Jnckson, Ionnoff,
Jonos, MoIIoffo, JornuId, Todd,
!ymnn, TrIµµ, IuffnIo, IruIo, Au-
rorn, Crogory, ChnrIos MIx nnd
ÐougIns counfIos. !osofh snId fho
moofIngs wouId µrobnbIy bo hoId In
WossIngfon SµrIngs or !nko
Andos. Sho snId fho sfnfo offIco dId
nof sµonk fo nny of fho counfy
omorgoncy mnnngors nbouf fho
chnngo. WhIIo If wouId hoIµ fho
sfnfo offIco, If doos nof hoIµ fho
counfy mnnngors, sho snId. Tho
sfnfo offIco Is nIso nddIng fwo nddI-
fIon µooµIo fo go nIong wIfh fho fwo
now rogIons, snId !osofh.
!osofh snId Hnnkon Counfy hns
n mufunI nId ngroomonf wIfh fho
counfIos fo fho wosf. Sho snId sho
wouId IIko fo soo Hnnkon Counfy
µuf bnck In wIfh fho wosforn coun-
fIos. Tho bonrd nµµrovod fo sond n
Ioffor wIfh fhnf roquosf fo fho sfnfo
of Soufh Ðnkofn nnd nIso fho sfnfo
offIco of homoInnd socurIfy.
!osofh uµdnfod fho bonrd on uµ-
comIng moofIngs sho hns fo nffond
ns mnndnfod by fho sfnfo. Sho nIso
nofod fho vnrIous grnnfs sho hns
nµµIIod nnd boon nµµrovod for;
from vIdoo cnmorns for fho shorIff
doµnrfmonf vohIcIos fo roImburso-
monf for fho cInssos sho hns fo nf-
fond. Sho hns nIso nµµIIod for n
grnnf for n now comµufor. Tho Inµ-
foµ fhnf sho usod for omorgoncy
mnnngomonf quIf workIng nnd sho
hns boon usIng hor own, buf If Is
nof comµnfIbIo wIfh now µrogrnms.
If fho grnnf doos nof go fhrough,
sho nskod fho bonrd If sho couId
µurchnso If wIfh counfy funds from
hor budgof. Thoy nµµrovod fho µur-
chnso of nµµroxImnfoIy $900.
VIrgII SmIfh, Hnnkon Counfy
wood suµorvIsor, µrosonfod hIs
fInnI 20ll qunrforIy roµorf fo fho
bonrd. Ho uµdnfod fho bonrd on
µrobIom nrons wIfhIn fho counfy
nnd nofod fhnf somo hnvo boon ro-
ducod. Ho snId fhnf ho mny µInco n
docInrnfIon of InfosfnfIon on nn
nron In onsforn Hnnkon Counfy. If
fho counfy hns fo sµrny fho Inrgo
nron, fho cosf cnn bo nssossod fo
fho Inndownor`s fnxos.
Ofhor qunrforIy roµorfs IncIudod
fho IIbrnry, counfy honIfh nurso,
vofornns sorvIco offIcor nnd nudI-
for.
Tho nIso nµµrovod fho moofIng
mInufos from Ðocombor 2?, wIfh
fwo cInrIfIcnfIons.
Tho bonrd fhon ndjournod nnd
Hnnkon Counfy AudIfor Infsy Ior-
guson cnIIod for nomInnfIons for
chnIrmnn for 20l2. Id IrIggs fook
fho chnIr foIIowIng n unnnImous
bnIIof. CIomonfs wIII sorvo ns vIco
chnIr.
Tho bonrd fhon µrocoodod fo
work Ifs wny fhrough fho nnnunI
moofIng dosIgnnfIons.
Cnry Snook wIII sorvo on fho
counfy`s wood bonrd, O`ConnoII on
fho IIbrnry bonrd, Konsf, fho Ix-
fonsIon bonrd, CIomonfs, fho fnIr
bonrd, nnd IrIggs, fho ConfrnI
Soufh Ðnkofn Inhnncomonf ÐIs-
frIcf bonrd.
Tho bonrd dIscussod fho µossIbII-
Ify for chnngIng fho numbor of oIoc-
fIon µrocIncfs In Hnnkon Counfy.
CurronfIy fhoro nro sIx µrocIncfs
counfy-wIdo nnd fho bonrd Iookod
nf droµµIng fo fhroo µrocIncfs. Cur-
ronfIy fhroo of fho µrocIncfs vofo nf
µoIIIng µIncos In IhIIIµ. Thoy oµfod
fo kooµ fho µrocIncfs fho snmo for
20l2, buf wIII Iook nf fho Issuo fur-
fhor.
Iroomnn Informod fho bonrd
fhnf fhoy noodod fo ndjusf fho
bonrd`s curronf µnymonf sfyIo. Sho
snId fhoy couId bo snInry or µor
dIom, buf nof bofh, ns Is boIng dono
curronfIy.
In fho µnsf fho bonrd hns ro-
coIvod n bnso µny of $305 for onch-
monfhIy moofIng µIus mIIongo. Ior
sµocInI moofIngs fho µny wns $90
µIus mIIongo. Thoy nIso shouId
hnvo boon submIffIng µnymonf
vouchors for bonrd moofIngs wohro
fhoy nro fho counfy roµrosonfnfIvo.
Tho vouchor wouId IncIudo mIIos
nnd monIs. Tho commIssIon mom-
bors for fho µnsf sovornI yonrs hnvo
novor boon µnId for fho nddIfIonnI
moofIngs.
Tho bonrd nµµrovod fo go fo fho
snInry mofhod whIch wouId bo
$560 µor monfh for onch commIs-
sIonor. Iroomnn cnIcuInfod fhnf If
fho curronfIy budgof of snInry nnd
mIIongo nmounfs woro fofnIod nnd
dIvIdod by fIvo, fhoIr monfhIy µny-
monf wouId bo jusf ovor $564.
Iroomnn nofod fhnf fhIs wouId nof
bo n µny rnIso for fho bonrd mom-
bors, jusf n dIfforonf mnnnor of
µnymonf.
Tho commIssIon nµµrovod n ros-
oIufIon fhnf sof fho numbor of of-
fIco doµufIos ns woII ns counfy
omµIoyoo snInrIos.
HIghwny SuµorInfondonf Konny
ÞovIIIo dIscussod fho roµIncomonf
of n cuIvorf nonr fho onsforn
boundnry of Hnnkon Counfy. Ho
obfnInod fwo quofos nnd fho bonrd
nµµrovo Iofosko ConsfrucfIon`s
quofo In fho nmounf of $6,l20.
ÞovIIIo snId work wouId commonco
ns soon ns fho ground fhnwod. Tho
(continued from front page)
Briggs takes heIm of county commission
µrojocf wIII bo µnId for by fodornI
funds from fho nccounf fhnf wns
nIso usod fo µny for fho Hnrd-
Ingrovo !ond sIIdo µrojocf. Thoro
nro nddIfIonnI funds In fhnf nc-
counf fhnf fho counfy cnn uso on
ofhor µrojocfs.
ÞovIIIo roµorfod fhnf fodornI
funds from fho snmo µrogrnm fhnf
wns usod In fho HnrdIngrovo !ond
µrojocf hnvo boon nµµrovod for
20l2. Ho snId fho counfy shouId ro-
coIvo nµµroxImnfoIy $l65,000.
ÞovIIIo snId ho hnd rocoIvod n ro-
vIsod hnuI rond ngroomonf from
TrnnsCnnndn. Ho snId ovoryfhIng
oxcoµf fho nddIfIonnI bond wns
wrIffon ns Hnnkon Counfy wIshod.
A roµrosonfnfIvo from fho comµnny
Is schoduIod fo bo nf fho Iobrunry
commIssIonor`s moofIng fo dIscuss
fho ngroomonf.
MoofIng nffondnnco wns nµ-
µrovod for SmIfh for n rocorfIfIcn-
fIon cInss In IIorro, fo fho IInck
HIIIs Sfock Show fo mnn n boofh,
nnd for hIm nnd nnofhor wood
bonrd mombor fo nffond n confor-
onco In Iobrunry.
ÞovIIIo nnd hIghwny doµnrfmonf
omµIoyoos woro cIonrod fo nffond n
snfofy frnInIng moofIng In WnII In
Iobrunry.
Tho bonrd nµµrovod fo surµIus n
Mnc comµufor from fho IxfonsIon
offIco. If wIII bo soId by sonIod bIds.
Thoy nµµrovod n jnII confrncf
wIfh Hughos Counfy nnd fho wnr-
rnnfs.
Tho bonrd fnbIod fho roquosf
from Torry Ðoufor rognrdIng soff-
wnro for hIs offIco. If Is soffwnro
fhnf fho sfnfo Is roquIrIng nnd
wouId cosf Hnnkon Counfy nImosf
$l,600 fhIs yonr, µIus $400 onch
yonr for nnnunI foos. Tho µurchnso
wns nof IncIudod In fho 20l2
budgof.
Tho commIssIonors wIII moof In
roguInr sossIon, Tuosdny, Iobrunry
? nf l:00 µ.m.
n cnuso. Corfon nofod whon WnII`s
IIro ChIof JIm KIfformnn nrrIvod
nf fho fIro, fho buIIdIng wns fofnIIy
onguIfod.
KIfformnn rocoIvod fho cnII nf
2:29 n.m. Whon ho nnd fho WnII
fIro doµnrfmonf nrrIvod In QuInn
fho fronf of fho Two IIf wns on-
guIfod In fInmos. KIfformnn nddod
fhnf fho Two IIf hnd boon nddod
on fo mnny fImos nnd wIfh nII fho
fnIso coIIIngs nnd fho wny fho wInd
wns bIowIng fho fIro doµnrfmonf
couId nof confnIn fho fIro. AII fhoy
couId do wns jusf µuf wnfor on fho
fIro fo kooµ If cooI nnd fo µrovonf
fho ombors from cnusIng n grnss
fIro. KIfformnn sfnfod fho ronson
for nII fho fIro doµnrfmonfs nf fho
fIro wns for mnnµowor nnd wnfor.
Tho WnII fIro doµnrfmonf rofurnod
fo QuInn nround noon on IrIdny,
Jnnunry 6, fo chock on fho fIro. As
of Sundny, Jnnunry 8, fho fIro wns
sfIII smoIdorIng.
KIfformnn, Corfon, Ðoµufy IIro
MnrshnI CIIff ÐnhI nnd IonnIngfon
Counfy ShorIff`s fIro InvosfIgnfor
wns schoduIod fo bo In QuInn on
Tuosdny, Jnnunry l0, fo bogIn fho
InvosfIgnfIon ns fo whoro fho fIro
sfnrfod nnd how If bognn.
Tho WonzoIs µInn fo robuIId fho
Two IIf In fho snmo sµof nnd hoµo
fo hnvo fho now buIIdIng comµIofod
ns soon ns µossIbIo. ShIrIoy Ku-
drnn, SconIc, who Is n good frIond
wIfh fho WonzoIs, sfnfod fhnf fho
couµIo hnd bnro mInImum Insur-
nnco on fho µInco sInco fho buIIdIng
wns oId. Kudrnn sfnfod, ¨KovIn nnd
Jnn hnvo boon fhoro for n Iof of µoo-
µIo nnd If`s fImo fhoy gof µnId bnck.
So Iof`s rnIIy nround nnd gof fhIs
buIIdIng robuIIf.¨ An nccounf hns
boon oµonod uµ nf fho IIrsf Infor-
sfnfo Innk In WnII. ÐonnfIons cnn
bo mndo In KovIn nnd Jnn`s nnmo.
(continued from front page)
Quinn Iandmark burns
nnd mIIongo of vohIcIos roµrosonfs
onIy offIcInI dufy, nof whon nn offI-
cor Is on sfnndby sfnfus nnd nvnII-
nbIo fo rosµond fo n cnII.
Tho roµorf from fho wnfor do-
µnrfmonf hIghIIghfod fhnf fho
yonr`s oIusIvo wnfor Ionks hnd boon
found nnd sonIod. Tho doubIo-dIgIf
µorconfngo wnfor Ioss wns roducod
fo Ðocombor`s 3.45 µorconf.
To run for mnyor or for n councII
sonf, nomInnfIng µofIfIons cnn
bogIn cIrcuInfIng no onrIIor fhnn
Jnnunry 2?.
Tho Soufh Ðnkofn MunIcIµnI
!onguo dInnor nnd dny nf fho Iog-
IsInfuro Is sof for Iobrunry ?-8 In
IIorro.
Tho noxf roguInr councII moofIng
wIII bo nf ?:00 µ.m., Mondny, Iob-
runry 6, In fho Hnnkon Counfy
Courfhouso communIfy room.
(continued from front page)
City raises,
ordinances
by Ðe! Buvte!s
Tho curronf wonfhor hns mndo
Ico fIshIng nnd ofhor Ico ncfIvIfIos
dnngorous nnd µofonfInIIy dondIy.
Mnrfy Hnnson, nssIsfnnf fIro
chIof wIfh fho IhIIIµ VoIunfoor IIro
Ðoµnrfmonf, snId, ¨I don`f know
fho µnfforn of If, buf fhnf wInd hns
cuf fho Ico on dnms oµon somo
dnms on fho norfh sIdo, somo on
fho soufh, somo ouf of fho mIddIo.
If`s woIrd. Whon If rofroozos, fhoro
wIII bo sIx Inchos rIghf noxf fo n
hnIf Inch of Ico on fho dnms.¨ Ho
nIso snId, ¨And, fhIs wnrm
wonfhor`s goIng fo honoycomb fho
Ico, nnd fhnf`s nof good.¨
Thoro nro four roscuo nnd rocov-
ory scubn dIvors wIfh fho IIVÐ, nII
frnInod nnd corfIfIod by fho Irofos-
sIonnI AssocInfIon of ÐIvIng In-
sfrucfors. AccordIng fo Hnnson,
fhIs frnInIng cosfs fho doµnrfmonf
nbouf $400 µor µorson nnd InvoIvos
mnny, mnny hours of frnInIng nnd
µrncfIco. Tho four mombors nro
Cody Cnrfnor, J.J. WnIkor, Þnfhnn
Ðrury nnd Hnnson. ¨ThoIr oquIµ-
monf Is nf fho fIro hnII, nII rondy fo
go,¨ snId Hnnson.
IrInn MoIors Is n Cnmo, IIsh
nnd Inrks consorvnfIon offIcor ouf
of !nµId CIfy. Ho Is curronfIy ro-
sµonsIbIo for covorIng Hnnkon
Counfy. MoIors snId, ¨Yosfordny
(Jnnunry 4), I wns ouf on fho IocnI
dnms. Þow !ndorwood Is nof foo
fnr from IhIIIµ. I fhoughf I wns
wnIkIng on If, nnd nof fon foof In
fronf of mo If wns oµon. If I hndn`f
boon µnyIng nffonfIon, I couId hnvo
fnIIon fhrough. I fhInk fhnf wouId
bo fho cnso on nny µrIvnfo or sfnfo
dnm.¨
¨Ico condIfIons nro vnryIng
ovorywhoro. !ocnI guys nro foIIIng
mo no wny fhoy nro goIng ouf on
Ormnn Ðnm,¨ confInuod MoIors.
¨!sunIIy If`s nII frozon uµ fo soIId
Ico by now. ThIs wnrmfh nnd fom-
µornfuro oscIIInfIon mIghf mnko Ico
fIshIng n quosfIonnbIo sµorf ncfIv-
Ify fho rosf of fho sonson.¨
LocaI dams couId be deadIy
!offor fo fho odIfor;
Jusf IIko wo doµond on good
ronds In Soufh Ðnkofn, wo nIso
nood n sfrong µosfnI sorvIco fhnf
doIIvors mnII In n fImoIy mnnnor In
our sfnfo. Cood mnII sorvIco Is vIfnI
fo our sfnfo's oconomIc Infrnsfruc-
furo.
Yof, If fho roducfIons In sorvIco
nnd consoIIdnfIons of oµornfIons
µroµosod by fho !nIfod Sfnfos
IosfnI SorvIco nro nIIowod fo bo
fuIIy ImµIomonfod, Soufh Ðnkofn's
communIfIos nnd oconomy wIII suf-
for.
Tho µosfnI sorvIco wnnfs fo cIoso
fIvo mnII µrocossIng confors In our
sfnfo, IonvIng onIy ono, In SIoux
InIIs. IIus, If wnnfs fo cIoso 80 µosf
offIcos nnd ond Snfurdny mnII do-
IIvory. Tho µosfnI sorvIco nIso µInns
fo Iowor Ifs doIIvory sfnndnrds, In
mnny Insfnncos goIng from fho cur-
ronf ovornIghf doIIvory fo fwo-fo
fhroo-dny doIIvory.
In Soufh Ðnkofn, wo nood fho
µosfnI sorvIco fo succood. CuffIng
sorvIco nnd oµornfIons Is nof fho
nnswor. Wo nood fho µosfnI sorvIco
fo work wIfh congross, Ifs cus-
fomors nnd fho µubIIc fo dovoIoµ n
boffor µInn nnd vIsIon for soIvIng
fho µosfnI sorvIco`s Iong-form fI-
nnncInI nnd busInoss chnIIongos. If
cnn bo dono.
Mnko your voIco honrd. Sond n
mossngo fo fho µosfnI sorvIco nnd
fo our congrossIonnI doIognfIon
fhnf wo domnnd n sfrong µosfnI
sorvIco fhnf moofs fho noods nnd
oxµocfnfIons of our communIfIos
nnd our sfnfo's rosIdonfs.
Soufh Ðnkofn Þowsµnµor Asso-
cInfIon hns sfnrfod n grnssroofs
cnmµnIgn fo hoIµ Soufh Ðnkofnns
mnko suro fhoIr voIco Is honrd.
Sfoµ by your nowsµnµor offIco or go
onIIno fo www.doIIvorfhomnII.org
fo sIgn n µofIfIon. Add your nnmo
fo n fnsf growIng IIsf of Soufh
Ðnkofnns who wnnf fo soo fho
µosfnI sorvIco succood nnd doIIvor
fho mnII In n fImoIy mnnnor.
ÐnvId Iordowyk
gonornI mnnngor
S.Ð. Þowsµnµor AssocInfIon
Letter tc the BdItcr
To mnko suro fhnf fho !nIfod
Sfnfos IosfnI SorvIco nnd mombors
of fho Soufh Ðnkofn congrossIonnI
doIognfIon nro honrIng fho con-
corns of Soufh Ðnkofnns nbouf
whoIosnIo mnII doIIvory chnngos
µInnnod for Soufh Ðnkofn, fho
Soufh Ðnkofn Þowsµnµor AssocIn-
fIon hns InIfInfod n µubIIc grnss-
roofs cnmµnIgn fo rnIIy Soufh
Ðnkofn suµµorf.
SÐÞA Is cnIIIng If ¨ÐoIIvor fho
mnII! Soufh Ðnkofnns for fImoIy,
sIx dny mnII doIIvory.¨ Tho cnm-
µnIgn Is sImµIy dosIgnod fo gnfhor
fho nnmos of IndIvIdunIs nnd or-
gnnIznfIons fhnf nro concornod
nbouf fho µInnnod dogrndnfIon of
mnII doIIvory nnd wnnf fo soo ofhor
soIufIons onncfod.
SÐÞA Is nof nskIng nnyono for
monoy or nny ofhor commIfmonfs.
Tho nnmos of fhoso who sIgn fho
µofIfIon wIII nof bo usod In nny
mnnnor ofhor fhnn fo domonsfrnfo
fo fho µosfnI sorvIco nnd fho con-
grossIonnI doIognfIon fhnf Soufh
Ðnkofnns nro concornod nbouf fhIs
Issuo. Tho SÐÞA gonI: ovory mom-
bor nowsµnµor gnfhors l00 sIgnn-
furos by Jnnunry l5. SovornI
fhousnnd sIgnnfuros In n fow
wooks fImo wIII sond n µoworfuI
mossngo.
Tho µofIfIon form cnn nIso bo
sIgnod onIIno nf www.doIIvorfho-
mnII.org. Tho onIIno form nIIows
µofIfIonors fo ndd fhoIr commonfs.
IooµIo nro oncourngod fo vIow snm-
µIo commonfs of fhoso who hnvo
sIgnod fho onIIno µofIfIon.
Tho IIonoor !ovIow nnd Ifs Iub-
IIcnfIons, Inc. sIsfor nowsµnµors
IonnIngfon Counfy Cournnf,
Kndokn Iross, Murdo Coyofo,
InIfh Indoµondonf, IIson CourIor
nnd Þow !ndorwood Iosf hnvo
µofIfIon forms nvnIInbIo In fhoIr of-
fIcos.
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A roconf µhono cnII from n IocnI
wInfor whonf µroducor hns dI-
rocfod nffonfIon fo n IoomIng Issuo
fhnf Is dIrocfIy roInfod fo fhIs
foµIc, nnd jusfIfIos moro Informn-
fIon. Tho µroducor roµorfod sooIng,
ns I hnvo, fhnf n numbor of wInfor
whonf fIoIds nro groonIng uµ, or
comIng ouf of dormnncy wIfh fho
roconf wnrm wonfhor. Tho good
nows Is fhnf fho growIng µoInf Is
sfIII boIow fho soII IovoI, nnd fho
µInnfs cnn go bnck Info dormnncy
for groon uµ Infor. Tho bnd nows Is
fhnf onch fImo fho wInfor whonf
µInnfs go In nnd ouf of dormnncy
fhoy uso sforod onorgy nnd bocomo
moro suscoµfIbIo fo wInforkIII.
Tho ofhor Issuos nddrossod In
fho ICrow nrfIcIo roforoncod nbovo
nro sfIII fruo. Tho oxIsfIng Inck of
snow covor monns fho soII Is nof
woII InsuInfod from n suddon droµ
In fomµornfuro If fhnf woro fo
occur. Tho IdonI sconnrIo for wIn-
for whonf Is fo hnrdon off grndu-
nIIy, I.o. fho fomµornfuros
grndunIIy Iowor ovor n µorIod of
wooks unfII fho whonf µInnfs go
dormnnf. A suddon chnngo from 60
dogroo fomµornfuros fo moro fyµI-
cnI Jnnunry wonfhor couId monn
sIgnIfIcnnf wInforkIII In fIoIds fhnf
hnd brokon dormnncy.
Tho ICrow nrfIcIo roforoncod
nbovo confnIns nddIfIonnI Informn-
fIon, nnd Infornof IInks fhnf µro-
vIdo moro rondIng for fhoso who
nro Inforosfod In rosonrchIng fhIs
furfhor. Crowors nro nIso woIcomo
fo confncf SÐS! IxfonsIon nf ono
of fho !ogIonnI IxfonsIon Confors.
It's No Iun to get Hucked!
I soom fo hnvo ncquIrod somo-
whnf of n roµufnfIon ns boIng ono
of fho ¨fochIos¨ In SÐS! Ixfon-
sIon. I ImngIno fhIs comos from
mnInfnInIng n Counfy IxfonsIon
wob µngo sInco l99?, wrIfIng nu-
morous sµrondshoofs, usIng n vn-
rIofy of koybonrd shorfcufs, ofc.
I hnd n roconf oxµorIonco, how-
ovor, fhnf somowhnf jooµnrdIzod
fhIs ¨sfnfus¨, nnd unforfunnfoIy In-
voIvod nII or mosf of fho confncfs I
hnvo (hnd) In my µorsonnI HofmnII
o-mnII nccounf. I boIIovo somoono
hnckod Info my nccounf nnd ¨fook
If ovor¨, nnd If you woro n rocIµI-
onf, I nµoIogIzo. A numbor of µoo-
µIo I hnd In my confncf IIsf
rocoIvod n mossngo wIfh fho sub-
jocf IIno: ¨IIonso I nood your
µrnyor nnd nssIsfnnco!¨ Tho mos-
sngo sfnfod somofhIng IIko, ¨my
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uso sfrong µnsswords for nny on-
IIno or comµufor nccounf fhnf you
hnvo, nnd boforo sondIng monoy,
do IIko n fow kIndhonrfod frIonds
dId In my cnso, cnII fo soo If fhoy
ronIIy do nood hoIµ. Sonrch for
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you`II gof somo gronf Idons; In fho
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In observance oI tbe
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BIrtbday boIIday.
I nIwnys fhInk of fho hIsfory of
µooµIo fhnf I know ns n young gIrI
whon I IIvod In fho IInck HIIIs who
hnvo n connocfIon fo IhIIIµ. If Is nI-
wnys InforosfIng, so I wIII foII
nbouf fho ÐoknIckkor fnmIIy who
IIvod jusf nbouf n mIIo norfhwosf of
us. I wonf fo grndo schooI wIfh fho
ÐoknIckkor kIds. ThoIr mofhor wns
Ðorofhy Ðursfnn nnd hor foIks
woro orIgInnIIy from IhIIIµ nnd
IIvod ouf on fho onsf µnrf of fown
by whoro IruckInchors IIvo on fho
onsf sIdo of fho crook. Thoro nro
somo Ðursfnn fnmIIy grnvos wIfh
mnrkors fhoro now. Ðorofhy`s sIs-
for, !osIo (ImIIy), nnd hor uncIo
hnd n µoµcorn sfnnd nf fho Com
Thonfro for sovornI yonrs. !nfor,
!osIo mnrrIod Tncky Coff nnd fhoy
hnd sovornI boys, If sooms IIko nIno
or l0. Thoy sfoµµod nf our µInco
nonr Cusfor for n couµIo of dnys
nnd fhoy nIso vIsIfod Ðorofhy who
IIvod nonr us. Ðorofhy hnd sovornI
chIIdron, Cono, JIm, IddIo, AIborf,
Arfhur, JosoµhIno, Isfhor, ÐoIIy
nnd Cuy. Ðorofhy µnssod nwny nnd
fho kIds IIvIng nro AIborf, who
mnrrIod n CoIIIns` gIrI from uµ by
InIfh. Thoy IIvo In CnmbrIdgo,
Idnho. Arfhur, who nIso mnrrIod n
CoIIIns` gIrI IIvos nonr InIfh. IddIo
IIvos nf Coffysburg. JIm nnd IddIo
nIso Ioff IhIIIµ nnd wonf fo fho
InIfh nron. JIm Is doconsod. As I
vIsIfod wIfh Arfhur, ho gnvo mo fho
Infosf nows nbouf fho fnmIIy. I
hnvo Iosf frnck of ImIIy`s fnmIIy.
Tho CoIIIns nro roInfod fo fho Info
IIoyd CnbrIoI fnmIIy. Ðorofhy hnd
nnofhor sIsfor who IIvod In WnII.
Hor mnrrIod nnmo wns !nrson nnd
fhoy rnn n shoo shoµ fhoro. I fhInk
n fow of fho oIdor µooµIo mIghf ro-
mombor fhIs fnmIIy nnd fhIs wouId
bo InforosfIng fo fhom.
Tuosdny, Jnnunry 3, MnrvIn nnd
VIckI IIdo wonf fo !nµId CIfy fo
fnko fhoIr ATV uµ ns fhoy woro
hnvIng froubIo wIfh If µuffIng gns
In fho oII. ThIs Is fho socond ono
fhoy hnvo hnd nnd bofh dId fho
snmo fhIng. Thoy foII MnrvIn fhnf
fhoy cnn fIx If, buf mnny fImos If
hns boon fhoro fo bo fIxod nnd ns
yof If Isn`f fIxod. So wo wIII soo fhIs
fImo. MnrvIn fnIkod fo fho donIor
In IInffo nnd ho fhoughf fhnf Mnr-
vIn wns rIghf fo fhInk fhnf If wns
fho govornor nnd foId hIm fhoy
hnvo n now kIf fo roµInco fho oId
ono so fhoy nro fryIng fhIs now.
OnIy nbouf 45 dnys Ioff nnd MnrvIn
wIII bo cnIvIng, so wIII nood fo uso
If. Yos, sµrIng wIII soon bo horo nnd
ovon fhough wo wIII bo cnIvIng, wo
nood fho moIsfuro. MnrvIn hns
boon workIng somo fIoIds fho Insf
couµIo of wooks nnd snId fhnf ho
hIf somo sµofs of frosf, buf snys
fhnf If Is vory dry.
I nffondod ArnoId WoIdon`s 94fh
bIrfhdny µnrfy nf fho nursIng homo
Jnnunry ?. Thoro wns n Inrgo
crowd who cnmo fo wIsh hIm hnµµy
bIrfhdny. SovornI of hIs kIds nnd
grnndkIds nnd I fhInk ono gronf-
grnndchIId wns horo for fho occn-
sIon. WhIIo fhoro, I vIsIfod wIfh
MnrfIn nnd Vorn ÞoIson, JIm nnd
Myrnn CoffsIobon nnd fhoIr fwo
dnughfors, Shnron, CoIorndo, nnd
CnroIIno, Ðuµroo. Tho gIrIs hnvo
boon vIsIfIng fhoIr dnd nnd fook
JIm fo hIs houso fo vIsIf whIIo fhoy
woro horo. Thoy nIso nffondod
JIm`s sIsfor, Mnry Iokron`s, bIrfh-
dny µnrfy onrIIor fhnf dny. Thoy
snId fhnf Mnry`s kIds nII gof horo fo
hoIµ hor coIobrnfo nnd nIso hor
grnndchIIdron. I nIso vIsIfod wIfh
MnrIIn Ivnns, !Ifn !nmsoy, nnd
HnzoI Thomµson who woro fhoro.
Ofhor rosIdonfs fhnf I vIsIfod woro
CIndys SmIfh, JoAnn Thorson nnd
MnrIo Hnnson.
IIfchos cnIIod from SfurgIs nnd
snId fho kIds hnd dono woII In
wrosfIIng. CoIby gof fIrsf nnd Kon-
gnn gof socond. If wns n Inrgo
grouµ of nbouf 640 kIds of nII ngos
nnd grndos fhoro for fho dny.
MnrvIn, VIckI nnd Mnry IIdo nf-
fondod fho bnskofbnII gnmo In
IhIIIµ IrIdny nIghf. AI nnd !onoro
IruckInchor nnd CIIff nnd !Ifn
!nmsoy nIso nffondod fho gnmos.
Thoy won fho fIrsf gnmo nnd Iosf
fho socond ono, bofh woro good
gnmos nnd woro woII mnfchod
fonms. MnrvIn nnd VIckI hnd fo
Ionvo onrIy ns fhoy hnd n dInnor on-
gngomonf downfown.
MnrvIn nnd VIckI IIdo fook suµ-
µor uµ fo fho Trovor IIfch homo
Sundny, Jnnunry 8. Mnry IIdo
wonf nIong. If furnod ouf fo bo n
vory unhnµµy nIghf for fho IIfch
fnmIIy ns fhoIr sovon-yonr-oId dog
gof hurf nnd sho bocnmo vory III.
Thoy cnIIod fho vof nnd boforo ho
couId soo hor, InIIoy dIod. Thoy gof
hor sovon yonrs ngo whIIo fhoy
woro In WnII, so sho wns n fnmIIy
dog nnd fhoy woro vory fond of hor.
Sho hnd boon wIfh fho kIds nII
fhoso yonrs. Whon wo Ioff, MnrvIn
snId on fho wny homo, ho dIdn`f
fhInk sho couId IIvo Iong onough fo
soo fho vof. If nIwnys goos fo sny, n
dog Is mnn`s bosf frIond, nnd In fhIs
cnso, fhoso kIds` bosf frIond.
MnrvIn hnd fo go fo IhIIIµ onrIy
Mondny mornIng, Jnnunry 9, fo gof
fho drIvoshnff on hIs frncfor fIxod.
ThIs Is fho frncfor fhnf ho usos on
fho food µrocossor. Ho snId fhnf
Konsf dId n gronf job by µuffIng If
In hIs µross nnd gof If In A-l shnµo.
Ho wns vory µIonsod, ns n now ono
cosfs nn nrm nnd n Iog ns fho oId
fImors wouId sny.
Mnry IIdo cnIIod on Þormn OId-
onburg fhIs Insf wook fo µIck uµ
somo fhIngs fhnf Þormn hnd
µIckod uµ for hor In !nµId CIfy.
Þormn wns busy µuffIng nwny
ChrIsfmns fhIngs nwny. Þormn
hnd boon doIng somo sowIng nnd
hndn`f gof If nII µuf nwny.
ÐIdn`f gof much rosµonso for
nows fhIs wook.
Tnko cnro of whnf you hnvo so
you nIwnys hnvo somofhIng fo fnko
cnro of. Torry from Wosf VIrgInIn
0rIndstcne News
by Mary BIde · SS9-B1SS
WIfh nII fhIs wnrm wonfhor nnd
no snow, n fnrmor's fhoughfs furn
fo croµs nnd woods. I dIscovorod n
l954 µnmµhIof onfIfIod ¨Ðosfroy
Woods In our fIoIds In oursoIvos
In our counfry¨ by CIndys TnIboff
Idwnrds. ¨A wood Is n µInnf ouf of
µInco. ThIs monns fhnf n µInnf mny
bo n wood whon If grows In ono
µInco nnd nof n wood If If grows In
nnofhor µInco.¨ CIndys wonf on fo
doscrIbo numorous dIffIcuIfIos wIfh
woods nnd fyµos, buf fhon wonf
Info woods fhnf grow In noIghbor-
hoods. Thoso woods nro Ignornnco,
gossIµ, InzInoss, soIfIshnoss nnd
µrojudIco. Tho socInI woods cnnnof
grow In n noIghborhood unIoss fhoy
fIrsf grow In fho µooµIo who IIvo
fhoro. Thoro Is ono µorson you cnn
work on nbouf socInI woods. ThIs Is
yoursoIf. Iuf, fIrsf you musf know
whnf socInI woods fhoro mny bo In
boys nnd gIrIs. !yIng, groodInoss,
soIfIshnoss, InzInoss nnd Ignornnco
nro somo of fho mosf µroIIfIc 'socInI
woods.` Onco fhoy nro rocognIzod
fhoy musf bo µuIIod uµ nnd hood
down nnd In fhoIr µInco µInnf good
µInnfs of kIndnoss, gonorosIfy,
hoIµfuInoss nnd Iovo.¨ Tho ronson
fhIs IIffIo µnmµhIof sfuck homo so
much wns bocnuso In fho sfnfo Iog-
IsInfuro fhoy nro consIdorIng n buI-
IyIng bIII ns woII ns n no foxfIng
bIII. Mnybo fhoso nro woods fhnf
nood confroI, buf If Is ImµossIbIo fo
sfoµ oIfhor wIfh n now Inw or ruIo.
Mnybo, jusf romovIng Ignornnco
nnd IyIng wouId chnngo fhIngs!
Mondny, Jnnunry 2, wns somo-
whnf of n hoIIdny, so I cnughf uµ on
somo µnµorwork nround horo. Tony
Hnrfy vIsIfod nnd gnvo mo fho rosf
of hIs nows nnd In fho ovonIng I
joInod fho bowIors In IhIIIµ. IIII
mnnngod fo µIny cnrds In fho nffor-
noon nnd koµf scoro for us. !onnIo
CoyIo ronIIy hnd us nII hoIdIng our
bronfh for hIm whon ho rnn l0
sfrIkos In n row onIy fo gof n nIno-
µIn hIf nnd sµnro In fho l0fh, gof-
fIng n gnmo of 289.
Ðon nnd VI Moody woro In
Kndokn Mondny fo gof somo food
suµµIomonfs for fhoIr cnIvos nnd
fhon fondod fo ofhor ncfIvIfIos
nround fho rnnch.
I hnd nn onrIy mornIng run wIfh
fho Hnnkon Counfy IrnIrIo Trnns-
µorfnfIon vnn fo WInnor Tuosdny.
WIfh fho fImo dIfforonco, If gofs
fhIngs goIng µroffy onrIy. Wo fook
Inforsfnfo 90 goIng nnd frnvoIod
HIghwny 44 ncross fo HIghwny ?3
on fho rofurn frIµ nnd snw n Iof of
fho counfry whoro bofh IndIos hnd
sµonf n good shnro of fhoIr IIvos In.
Thnf ovonIng, I InvIfod Tony Hnrf
for suµµor fo hoIµ us onf fho µof µIo
ho gnvo us for ChrIsfmns.
Tony Hnrfy dId hIs usunI vIsIfIng
nround Kndokn durIng fho dny
Tuosdny nnd sfoµµod by Knfhy
Irown`s In fho nffornoon.
Snndoo CIffIngs nffondod fho
Soufh Ðnkofn Inrmors !nIon
counfy councIIors moofIngs In
Huron Tuosdny ovonIng nnd
Wodnosdny.
Wodnosdny mornIng, I µIckod uµ
Joyco HIcks nnd !IIn WhIdby for
bowIIng. Wo hnd µIonsnnf wonfhor
nII dny.
Ðon nnd VI Moody wonf fo !nµId
sInco VI hnd n hnIr nµµoInfmonf
Wodnosdny nffornoon. Thursdny
mornIng, fhoy mof for Iunch wIfh
ChnrIos !Ifor for n moofIng nnd
fhon fInIshod n Innd frnnsncfIon
Infor In fho nffornoon wIfh noIgh-
bors, JusfIn nnd Joyco WhooIor.
IvoryfhIng wonf vory woII nnd If
wns coIobrnfod by hnvIng dInnor
Infor fhnf ovonIng nf n fnvorIfo
rosfnurnnf nonr fho !ushmoro
MnII. JusfIn nnd Joyco rofurnod fo
fhoIr rnnch fhnf ovonIng. Ðon nnd
VI sfnyod nf fhoIr !nµId VnIIoy
houso unfII Snfurdny nffornoon.
Wodnosdny mornIng, Tony
Hnrfy joInod fho coffoo crow nf fho
IocnI cnfo, µIckod uµ hIs mnII nnd
sfoµµod by fho homo of hIs nIoco,
Knfhy Irown, fo hoIµ hor wIfh n
µrojocf.
I don'f know why nnybody goos
soufh for fho wInfor, nf Ionsf nof
fhIs wook. Thursdny If ronchod ?4´
In our nron. I hnd n frIµ fo !nµId
wIfh fho HCIT vnn onrIy mornIng
nnd wo nII shod confs. SInco fhoro
wns somo fImo bofwoon nµµoInf-
monfs, I hnd fho oµµorfunIfy fo
vIsIf IrIfz Kroofch nf fho !nµId
CIfy hosµIfnI. IrIfz wns IookIng for-
wnrd fo goffIng homo µossIbIy bo-
foro fho wookond wns ovor.
A mnn hnd jusf undorgono sur-
gory, nnd ns ho cnmo ouf of fho
nnosfhosIn, ho snId, ¨Why nro nII
fho bIInds drnwn, docfor¨¨ Tho
docfor roµIIod, ¨Thoro's n bIg fIro
ncross fho sfroof, nnd wo dIdn'f
wnnf you fo wnko uµ nnd fhInk fho
oµornfIon wns n fnIIuro.¨
Wodnosdny nnd Thursdny wns
IIko sµrIngfImo In fho SfurgIs nron
wIfh fho fomµs boIng ?2´. !nIµh
nnd Cnfhy IIodIor kooµ wnIfIng for
wInfor fo nrrIvo. !nIµh mndo fho
sfnfomonf, ¨If I hnd nof rofIrod wo
wouId bo burIod In snow nnd I
wouId bo workIng ovorydny.¨ Þof
much for nows for !nIµh nnd
Cnfhy, jusf doIng fhoIr dnIIy fnsks
for fho wook. !nIµh dId work fwo
dnys.
Thursdny mornIng, Tony Hnrfy
hoIµod CIIborf wIfh n couµIo of IIf-
fIo onos nf hIs nIoco, Knfhy
Irown's, homo. Ho vIsIfod Knfhy In
fho ovonIng. Knfhy nnd Jod woro
hondIng fo Irosho for n wrosfIIng
fournnmonf onrIy IrIdny mornIng.
HIs sIsfor-In-Inw, Inrbnrn Horbor,
nIso wonf nIong.
Snndoo CIffIngs wns In fho
MIIosvIIIo, Hnyos nnd If. IIorro
nrons IrIdny doIng hor survoy job.
Coorgo CIffIngs nnd ÐnnIoI wonf fo
WnII IrIdny fo µIck uµ fho monf
fhnf wns rondy. JossIcn nnd Snndoo
hnd suµµor In fown IrIdny ovonIng.
(contInued on puge 4)
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HIt & MIss
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I¸ Víuíun Hunscn
E-nuíí. g¡Iunscn¸gutc.nct o¡ Ictt¸¸¡íoncc¡-¡cuícu.con
£!dev!y Meu!s
TLuvsduy, Jun. 12: ChIµofIo
!Imo TIInµIn, Inby Inkors, CnuII-
fIowor Au CrnfIn, !oII, JoII-O TrI-
fIo.
IvIduy, Jun. 13: CrIIIod
ChIckon wIfh OnIons, Swoof Io-
fnfo Iuffs, MnIIbu VoggIos, IIscuIf,
Ionchos.
Monduy, Jun. 16: !onsf Ioof,
Mnshod Iofnfoos nnd Crnvy, Corn,
!oII, !od VoIvof Cnko.
Tuesduy, Jun. 1?: Iork Choµs,
Mnshod Iofnfoos nnd Crnvy, Cnr-
rofs, !oII, IuddIng.
Wednesduy, Jun. 1B: Sfonk
wIfh CrIIIod OnIons, Mnshod Iofn-
foos nnd Crnvy, Ions nnd Cnrrofs,
IIscuIf, Ionrs.
***
On Þow Yonr`s Ivo, Shnwn nnd
Snndy nnd Susnn µrosIdod nf n
µnrfy for fho rosIdonfs nf Somorsof
Courf. A good crowd showod uµ.
Thoro woro nmµIo fronfs nnd
chnmµngno or boor. Inch rosIdonf
rocoIvod n bnIIoon, nnd wo µoµµod
fhom. Inch bnIIoon hnd n nofo In-
sIdo fhnf foId whnf gIff wo hnd
won. Thoro woro mnny dIfforonf
soIocfIons of cnndy nnd ofhor
Ifoms. Thoro wns bnckground
musIc. Wo woro gIvon noIsomnk-
ors. If Is n Iof of Inbor goffIng nII
fho food nnd fronfs fogofhor, nr-
rnngIng sonfIng nround fnbIos, nnd
cnrryIng ouf fho sofn nnd whooIIng
ouf fho µInno. Thnnk you, ncfIvIfy
dIrocfors. nnd fhnnk you JnmIo
nnd Joromy for hoIµIng dIsfrIbufo
bnIIoons nnd noIsomnkors.
Af Somorsof Courf Sundny
church sorvIcos, Torry IuIso nnd
Sfovo fnIkod fo us, wIfh Torry ro-
counfIng fho IInongo of Josus` fnm-
IIy down fhrough fho yonrs. Wo
snng ¨Josus !ovos Mo,¨ ¨Trusf nnd
Oboy,¨ nnd sovornI ofhor oId fn-
vorIfos. Jnck Humko, who usunIIy
µInys fho µInno for our sIngIng, Is
off fo fho hosµIfnI wIfh n brokon
fomur. Wo wIsh hIm woII.
M.!. Hnnson hnd rofurnod from
n frIµ fo CoIorndo SµrIngs wIfh hIs
brofhors, ÐnvId nnd Irnnk, fo vIsIf
fhoIr brofhor, Hnns, nnd sIsfor
CnroI nnd hor husbnnd, AI. Thoy
nIso wonf fo AIbuquorquo, Þ.M., fo
soo Irnnk`s fnmIIy. Irnnk`s dnugh-
for, ÐnrcI Hnnson, M.Ð. (OICYÞ)
wns fhoro for n ChrIsfmns vIsIf.
M.!. cnmo for scrnbbIo whon ho
gof bnck nnd wo scnrod uµ fwo now
words: Twoo whIch monns nffocf-
odIy cufo or dnInfy, nnd zn whIch Is
shorf for µIzzn nnd fho µIurnI Is
zns.
Irono McKnIghf nnd CIorIn
Crumof hnd comµnny for Iunch In
fho Somorsof Courf dInIng room
Sundny, Irono`s dnughfor, Iov, nnd
hor dnughfor, MIchoIIo Mc!ood
nnd son Joo Mc!ood.
Affor church, wo hnd n fnbIo of
whIsf fhnf Insfod fo nImosf suµµor
fImo. Iy fho wny, fho furkoy wns
vory good, nnd wo hnd hubbnrd
squnsh, n rnro sµocInI, nnd fho cod-
cInm chowdor wns doIIcIous. Ior
dossorf fhoro wns µonnuf buffor
µIo. If wns wondorfuI, buf ono
shouId onIy hnvo ono ounco of If.
Mondny nf Somorsof Courf, wo
hnd somo ronIIy good hnm wIfh
µInonµµIo sIIcos nnd scnIIoµod µo-
fnfoos. My dnughfor, CnroI, hnd
sonf n bIg oId-fnshIonod cInnnmon
roII wIfh Iofs of cnrmoI In fho shnµo
of n honrf wIfh M.!. for mo. I nskod
for somo coffoo fo go wIfh If foo.
Thnnks, CnroI. Af crnffs wIfh Amy,
wo mndo cufo IIffIo fonm snowmon
wIfh coIorfuI cnµs nnd scnrvos nnd
hoIdIng guIfnrs. Thoy hnd bofh
mngnofs nnd hnngIng rIbbons.
SnndI wns fhoro fo hoIµ foo. Thoso
nffondIng fho crnffs cInss woro
MnrcoIIn, MnrIIyn, IIIoon, MIIdrod
Young nnd hor hoIµor, Kny, AddIo,
IornIo nnd VIvInn.
My nIoco, Wnndn Moyor Arfz,
µhonod fo romInd mo fhnf fho !oso
Inrndo wns showIng on fv. Wnndn
nnd I hnd fho oxµorIonco somo
yonrs ngo of hoIµIng gIuo fIowors
onfo fIonfs. If wns gronf fun, so wo
shnro fhnf momory. Anofhor mom-
ory I hnvo wns In l988, whon If
wns fho l00fh nnnIvorsnry of fho
!oso Inrndo. ShIrIoy TomµIo
IInck, (nof fho curIy-hnIrod fof wo
romombor, buf n dIsfInguIshod
Indy, I fhInk sho wns fho mnyor of
Snn IrnncIsco) wns fho !oso In-
rndo mnrshnII. Sho hnd n fnncy
cnrrIngo wIfh bIg whooIs nnd four
bIg, bInck horsos fo µuII If. Ono
horso wns n IIffIo fIdgofy wIfh nII
fho frnffIc. VIrgII sfoµµod uµ nnd
fook hoId of fho horsos`s brIdIo nnd
cnImod hIm down. . Whon MnrI-
Iyn OyIor wns n young fonchor, sho
fnughf nf MIdInnd. Hor nnmo wns
MnrIIyn Cnnuwo fhon. Sho romom-
bors fhnf fhoro woro SchofIoIds In
MIdInnd nf fhnf fImo.
Mnc McÐonnId hns boon mIssIng
for n fow dnys. Todny, Mnc nnd
Ðorofhy`s son, Joff, cnmo fo vIsIf nf
Somorsof Courf.
I hnvo fo ¨movo¨ Info n now jour-
nnI book. My nddross IIsf noods uµ-
dnfIng, nnd fodny I workod on fhnf
nnd forgof fo go fo fho movIo unfII
If wns nonrIy ovor. Tho movIo wns
¨Iroo WIIIy.¨ If wns n dnrIIng
movIo. Tho IIffIo whnIo wns In cnµ-
fIvIfy In nn oconnnrIum, rIghf noxf
fo nn InIof of fho oconn. Ho couId
honr hIs fnmIIy ouf In fho oµon
wnfor. A boy, who wns sorf of n
Ionor, fook gronf roIIof In boIng
wIfh WIIIy. Thoy dovoIoµod rnµ-
µorf. WIfh fho nId of somo symµn-
fhofIc µooµIo who undorsfood fho
nood, WIIIy`s roIonso wns nccom-
µIIshod. Thnnks Somorsof Courf
for schoduIIng Mondny movIos.
Wodnosdny, Jnnunry 4, 20l2,
!nµId CIfy JournnI hnd n nonf nr-
fIcIo nbouf sfudonfs In fho goomo-
fry In consfrucfIon cInss nf SfurgIs
Irown HIgh SchooI who hnd fho
oµµorfunIfy fo buIId ronI housos In
fho HnbIfnf Ior HumnnIfy µro-
grnm. Mnfh cInssos nro Imµorfnnf
nnd fho nµµIIcnfIon of mnfh fo IIfo
sIfunfIons Is vnIunbIo.
Jnnunry 5, 20l2, wo hnd n gnmo
of bIongo. Inoz won fho bIg Somor-
sof bucks, wIfh n gonorous µnyoff
fo nII who µInyod. Shnwn nnd
SnndI µIckod uµ bnIIs nnd koµf
scoro. Thnnk you. !osIdonfs who
µInyod woro Irono A., Irono C., nnd
Irono McK., JonnnIo, Irod, HoIon,
VIoIof, Inoz, ChnrIIo, MnrcoIIn nnd
VIvInn.
In fho nffornoon, wo hnd n fnbIo
of cnrds, n IIffIo wIdow whIsf, µnrf-
nor whIsf jncks nro zoro.
Af 3:30, µooI wns schoduIod.
Thoso who µInyod woro Shnwn,
SnndI, VIoIof, Ion, MIIdrod K. nnd
VIvInn.
ÐnrIono Inyo, IhIIIµ, sonf n nIco
nofo nnd sho snId fhnf sho hnd fho
µIonsuro of goIng fo !nµId CIfy for
Þow Yonr`s Ivo fo dnnco fo Insy
Sounds by Tom nnd ÐInno.
Thursdny, WII bowIIng scoros nf
Somorsof Courf woro Irono McK-
nIghf, lll, Anno IrInk, l6?, Irono
Cox, 243, JonnnIo AIvorson, l44.
Tho ronson fhnf fhoro nro so fow
scoros Is fhnf somobody µushod fho
wrong buffon nnd somo scoros
woro wIµod ouf. Somo µroffy good
scoros fhoy woro foo! IIngo wIn-
nors Jnnunry 5 woro InfhoI, fwIco,
IIoy, fwIco, VIoIn, Irono McKnIghf,
Ðorofhy, IornIo. MnrIIyn won fho
bInckouf. Ior snnck nnd chnf, wo
hnd fruIf cuµs, coffoo nnd Ico wnfor.
Thnnk you, Snndy, for cnIIIng num-
bors nnd Shnwn for hoIµIng wIfh
rondIng cnrds, brIngIng µrIzos nnd
µnssIng fronfs. SnndI`s dnughfor
droµµod In durIng bIngo.
!ndImor Iurgr, (!nd) n Somor-
sof Courf rosIdonf, Iof mo rond hIs
WorId Wnr II journnI of hIs oxµorI-
oncos from Iobrunry l943 fo Au-
gusf l944. Ho wns sfnfIonod In
!.S.A., Þorfh AfrIcn, SIcIIy, Ing-
Innd nnd Irnnco. Ho wns wIfh fho
!.S.A. Army hosµIfnI. Thnnk you,
!ndImor. I nm honorod fhnf you
wouId Iof mo rond your book. If Is
nII In IogIbIo hnndwrIfIng. Ho Is
good nf doscrIbIng hIs fooIIngs nnd
fhoso of hIs co-workors. Ho mnkos
us soo fho counfrysIdo, bo If Iush
nnd groon or dooµ snnd, mnrsh,
dosorf or mounfnIns. Ho mnkos us
soo fho nnfIvos nnd gof n fooIIng for
fhoIr nffIfudos. Ho foIIs of dny fo
dny work, soffIng uµ hosµIfnI nffor
hosµIfnI, fho mIsorIos of fho µn-
fIonfs.
My dnughfor, VInnIo, sonf n
bonufIfuI cnrd nnd nn nrfIcIo nbouf
n IorkoIoy, CnIIf., gIrI who hns In-
vonfod n bIcycIo-µoworod cnrdor for
wooI. Sho sµocInIIzos In gnrmonfs
of fho foIfod wooI. Sho Is nIso Info
soIIIng fho cnrdors. Thnnk you,
VInnIo.
My dnughfor, ÐoIoros Ðonko,
sonf n cnrd from fho HnwnIInn Is-
Innd of Knun`I. If Is n IovoIy ns sho
µIcfurod If fo bo. Tho cnrd shows
hof Invn onforIng fho son nf dnwn.
!Iko hugo fIroworks.
Jouvnu! oI Ro!!u Pu!mev 1913
Juno 20. Sowod nIfnIfn nnd
sµrnyod µofnfoos. A fIno dny. 6-2l.
Sµrnyod sµuds nII dny. ÞIco dny.
!ooks IIko rnIn. 6-22. Wonf fo Cnr-
mnn`s nffor sµuds. 6-23. I cuf fho
nIfnIfn. IffIo fook n cnn of cronm
ovor fo fho sfngo. If rnInod nII
nround us. 6-25. Sfnckod fho nI-
fnIfn. IffIo wonf ovor fo Thomµ-
sons nnd gof fho cuIfIvnfor. 6-26.
CuIfIvnfod nII dny. If wns hof. 6-2?.
IIowod corn In fho foronoon. Wonf
fo schooI moofIng In nffornoon wIfh
Coorgo ÞoIson. If wns hof nnd suI-
fry. 6-28. IffIo wonf fo CrIndsfono.
I buIIf fonco. 6-29. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Incon woro down nnd sfnyod nII nf-
fornoon. Whon fhoy wonf nwny, wo
wonf ovor fo ÞoIsons nnd nfo Ico
cronm. 6-30. IIowod corn nII dny.
Hof nnd dry.
JuIy l, l9l3. IIowod corn nnd
sµuds nII dny. IffIo fook n cnn of
cronm fo fho sfngo. ?-2. I wonf uµ
fo HInIshs wIfh my µIg In fho
foronoon nnd fIxod fonco In fho nf-
fornoon.
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IrIdny mornIng, grnndson IrIc
Songor, !nµId CIfy, joInod IIII nnd
mo for bronkfnsf on hIs wny fo Wn-
forfown for nn Army ÞnfIonnI
Cunrd frnInIng. Ho nIso gof roµod
Info fnkIng boInfod µnckngos fo fho
onsforn µnrf of fho sfnfo. If wns n
chIIIy 23´ nnd onIy n hIgh of 44´. I
mndo n frIµ fo IhIIIµ wIfh fho
HCIT vnn In fho mornIng nnd
joInod fho mnny foIks fhnf nf-
fondod fho funornI sorvIcos for
OrvIIIo SnndnII In fho nffornoon.
OrvIIIo nnd hIs wIfo, Agnos, hoIµod
mnny young µooµIo durIng fhoIr
IIvos. My foIks, Wnyno nnd !ufh
InIrchIId, fhoughf n Iof of OrvIIIo
nnd hIs frnµµIng skIIIs nnd work-
Ing wIfh fho Cnmo, IIsh nnd Inrks
confroIIIng coyofos nnd ofhor nnI-
mnIs nnd I hnvo n gronf romIndor
wIfh fho sof of nnfIors OrvIIIo gnvo
fhom nffor fIndIng fwo bucks
hookod fogofhor. Mom broughf fho
horns bnck fo OrvIIIo nnd ho
broughf fhom fo mo whon ho
movod Info fho nursIng homo.
IrIdny, Tony Hnrfy onjoyod cof-
foo ouf, fhon vIsIfod !uss HnffoI.
Thoy wnfchod nn oId houso goffIng
Iondod uµ fo go fo fho dumµ nnd
fho nron cIonnod uµ.
Coorgo CIffIngs hoIµod Ðoug
IroIn Snfurdny. JossIcn CIffIngs
nnd ÐnnIoI hoIµod Iofh ÐnvIs µnck
fhIngs Snfurdny.
IrIonds hnvo hnd n Iof of fun
kooµIng uµ wIfh Ðon nnd VI
Moody's ncfIvIfIos of Info, ns If hns
boon n whIrIwInd of oxcIfomonf
whnf wIfh fho !ns Vogns hoIIdny,
fho ChrIsfmns nnd Þow Yonr hoII-
dnys, fho rnnch, ofc. Tho µuµµIos
nro oxcIfod foo! Þow fhnf fhoy ro-
furnod homo Snfurdny, fhoy nro
goffIng rondy fo soII somo cnffIo.
Snfurdny wo sfnrfod fho dny
wIfh 23´, buf nof ns brIsk ns fho
dny boforo. IIII wns In IhIIIµ for
cnrds In fho nffornoon nnd I nf-
fondod fho 94fh bIrfhdny for
ArnoId WoIdon In IhIIIµ. ArnoId
onjoyod boIng nn oId µIIof. Ho hnd
n Iof of µIcfuros showIng nn nIr-
µInno InndIng on fho roof of n sfn-
fIon wngon, If wns fnkon In MnrfIn.
Ho cnn foII you Iofs of sforIos nbouf
fho good oId dnys of fIyIng.
Snfurdny nffor coffoo nnd vIsIf-
Ing wIfh Mnrv Mooro whIIo wnfch-
Ing fho cIonn uµ of fho houso fhnf
wns movod,Tony Hnrfy nffondod
fho bnskofbnII gnmos nII nffornoon
nnd Info fho ovonIng, If wns n dou-
bIo hondor. Sundny nffor church,
Tony vIsIfod Insfor Arf nnd ÐorIs
WoIsfchnrf ns woII ns !uss HnffoI
nnd Knfhy Irown.
IIII nnd I mndo n frIµ fo !nµId
CIfy, wIfh fho Infonf of bnbysIffIng
IIffIo III Songor Mondny, buf µInns
hnd chnngod. Affor goffIng fho
grnsshoµµors cIonnod off fho vnn,
doIng n IIffIo nocossnry shoµµIng,
nnd hnvIng suµµor ouf, wo vIsIfod
ChncIoI nnd III. Thnf IIffIo guy hns
fIgurod ouf how fo crnwI sInco wo
snw hIm Insf. Wo fhon vIsIfod
grnndson Znck Songor, CorI nnd
!ydor boforo rofurnIng homo. Tho
moon wns so brIghf If wns IIko dny-
IIghf, fho boffor fo soo fho door
grnzIng µoncofuIIy bosIdo fho rond
nnd boy, woro fhoro ovor n Iof of
fhom.
CongrnfuInfIons nro In ordor for
formor noIghbor, Id MorrIson, nnd
MnrcIn MnyfIoId from ovor horo In
Kndokn. Thoy nro goIng fo bo fyIng
fho knof of mnfrImony Jnnunry
l4fh. Our woII wIshos go ouf fo
fhom nnd mny fhoy onjoy mnny
bIIssfuI yonrs fogofhor.
BetwIxt PIaces News
by Marsha Sumpter · Sß?-B04S · bIImar©gwtc.net

Ðoug nnd Þnncy Thorson nnd
fho Info Wndo SchnnboI nro
µIonsod fo nnnounco fho ongngo-
monf of fhoIr dnughfor, Crnco
SchnnboI, fo AugI IohnII, son of
KoIfh nnd Shnwn IohnII, Kromm-
IIng, CoIo.
Crnco Is n 2009 grndunfo of
IhIIIµ HIgh SchooI nnd wIII bo
grndunfIng from Ðnkofn WosIoynn
!nIvorsIfy fo µursuo n dogroo In
nccounfIng In Mny 20l2.
AugI grndunfod from MIfchoII
Toch In 20ll wIfh n dogroo In oIoc-
frIcnI consfrucfIon nnd mnInfo-
nnnco.
Tho couµIo wIII bo mnrrIod In
MIfchoII on Mny 5, 20l2.
Tho ÞnfIonnI Inrk SorvIco wIII
wnIvo onfrnnco foos on soIocf dnfos
fhroughouf 20l2.
ÐurIng fho onfrnnco foo froo
fImo, ofhor foos such ns cnmµIng
nro sfIII In offocf.
MnrfIn !ufhor KIng Jr. Ðny
wookond Jnnunry l4-l6
ÞnfIonnI Inrk Wook AµrII 2l fo
AµrII 29
Cof Oufdoors Ðny Juno 9
ÞnfIonnI IubIIc !nnds Ðny
Soµfombor 29
Vofornns Ðny wookond Þovom-
bor l0-l2.
National parks'
fee free dates
Tho sovonfh nnnunI govornor`s
µrnyor bronkfnsf wIII bo hoId nf
6:30 n.m., IrIdny, Jnnunry 20, nf
fho !nmkofn In IIorro. Tho µubIIc
Is oncourngod fo nffond.
Tho µurµoso of fho bronkfnsf
hoId onrIy In fho IogIsInfIvo sossIon
Is fo sook Cod`s guIdnnco for nII
Iondors nnd cIfIzons of our sfnfo.
Tho µrnyor bronkfnsf Is nn Infordo-
nomInnfIonnI ovonf conforod on
Josus ChrIsf. IooµIo of nII fnIfhs
nnd µrofossIons nro woIcomo fo nf-
fond.
Tho bronkfnsf fhIs yonr wIII fon-
furo sµonkor AIIcIn ChoorghIfn
from Icundor. ChoorghIfn nssIsfod
hor fnfhor whon ho sorvod ns µros-
Idonf of Icundor. Sho hns sInco
boon InvoIvod wIfh nnfIonnI µrnyor
bronkfnsfs fhroughouf !nfIn Amor-
Icn nnd Iuroµo.
Sho Is oxcIfod nbouf comIng fo
IIorro fo shnro nbouf hor roInfIon-
shIµ wIfh Josus nnd hor wnIk wIfh
HIm sInco bocomIng n chrIsfInn.
TIckofs for fho bronkfnsf nro
nvnIInbIo by cnIIIng fho IIorro Aron
Chnmbor of Commorco nf 224-?36l
by Jnnunry l8.
Governor's
prayer breakfast
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Fr. Kevin Achbach
Saturdays: Confession from 3 to 4 p.m.
Saturday Mass: 5:00 p.m.
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
9:30 a.m. (August)
Tues-Wed-Fri. Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Thurs. Mass:
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Fr. Kevin Achbach
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Milesville – 859-2664
Fr. Kevin Achbach
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Pastor Frezil Westerlund
859-2336 • Philip
E-MAIL: prfrezil@gmail.com
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 8:30 a.m.
Lenten Services: Wed. @ 5:30 p.m.
1st Sunday: Coffee & Rolls
after worship
W.O.W.: 2nd Wed.,
Bible Study, 2:00 & 7:00 p.m.
(ex. July & Aug)
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Pastor Frezil Westerlund
Midland – 843-2538
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:30 a.m.
Ruth Circle: 3rd Tues. at 2 p.m.
Nowlin Circle: Last Wed. at 9 a.m.
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DEEP CREEK LUTHERAN
Moenville – 843-2538
Pastor Frezil Westerlund
SUNDAY WORSHIP:
1:30 p.m. (CT)
ALCW: 3rd Thursday, 1:30 p.m.
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OUR SAVIOR’S LUTHERAN
Long Valley
Pastor Frezil Westerlund
Saturday Evening: 5:00 p.m.
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DOWLING COMMUNITY CHURCH
Every Sunday in July
Services at 10:00 a.m.
followed by potluck dinner
CONCORDIA LUTHERAN CHURCH
Pastor Art Weitschat
Kadoka – 837-2390
SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:00 a.m.
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OUR REDEEMER
LUTHERAN CHURCH, Philip
(605) 669-2406 • Murdo
Pastor Ray Greenseth
Sunday Worship Services: 1:00 p.m.
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OPEN BIBLE CHURCH • MIDLAND
Pastor Andy Blye
843-2143 • facebook.com/midlandobc
Sunday School: 9:30 a.m.
Worship Service: 10:30 a.m.
Bible Study: Wed. at 7:30 p.m.
Women’s Ministries: 2nd Thurs., 1:30
ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
10 miles SE of Midland • Pastor
Glenn Denke • 462-6169
Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m. (CT)
Sunday School: 10 a.m. CT
Sunday Bible Study: 10 a.m.
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PHILIP COMMUNITY
EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH
Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip – 859-2841
Sunday School – 9:15 a.m.
Sunday Services – 10:30 a.m.
Last Sunday of the month –
potluck dinner following church services
Last Monday of the month –
Evangelical Ladies Service/Bible Study -
7:00 p.m.
Wed. Night Prayer & Bible Study: 7 p.m.
Everyone Welcome!!
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HARDINGROVE COMMUNITY
EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH
Pastor Gary Wahl – Philip
859-2841 • garyaw@aol.com
Worship Service: 8:00 a.m. • Children's
Church: 8:30 a.m.
Ladies’ Aid - 2nd Thurs. at 7:00 p.m.
Bible Study & Prayer, Mondays at 7 p.m.
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UNITED CHURCH OF PHILIP
Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310
Home: 859-2192 • E-mail:
chez@gwtc.net
Sunday Worship: 9:00 a.m.
UCW meets 2nd Friday at 9:30 a.m.
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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH OF INTERIOR
Pastor Kathy Chesney • 859-2310
E-mail: chez@gwtc.net
Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m.
Rush Funeral Home
Chapels in Philip, Wall & Kadoka
Jack, Gayle & D.J. Rush
www.rushfuneralhome.com
Scotchman
Industries
859-2542 • Philip, SD
www.scotchman.com
Ronald G. Mann, DDS
Dentist
Philip, SD
859-2491
Church & Community
January 12, 2012 • The Pioneer Review • Page 5
THE WISDOM OF THIS WORLD
by Cornelius R. Stam
"Where is the wise? Where is the scribe? Where is the disputer
of this world? Hath not God made foolish the wisdom of this
world?" (I Cor. 1:20).
This challenge was hurled at the intellectual world of nineteen hundred years ago, so famous
for its philosophy, literature and art. Nor are these the words of one who himself lacked the ben-
efits of higher learning. Rather, they flowed from the pen of one of the most learned men, one
of the greatest thinkers of all time: the Apostle Paul. More than this, they are found in that Book
of books, the Bible, which has withstood, not barely but magnificently, all the attacks of a thou-
sand critics through centuries of time. This Book says:
"The wisdom of this world is foolishness with God" (I Cor. 3:19).
"The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom" (Prov. 9:10).
Actually, the "intellectuals" in any age are those who assent to the theories of those who agree
with each other that they are intellectual! Dissent from them and you have automatically branded
yourself an illiterate!
"But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath
chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty;
"And base things of the world, and things which are despised, hath God chosen, yea, and
things which are not, to bring to nought things that are:
"That no flesh should glory in His presence" (I Cor. 1:27-29).
TWO MINUTES With The Bible
Berean Bible Society
PO Box 756 • Germantown, WI 53022 • www.bereanbiblesociety.org
ads@pioneer-review.com
= Obituaries =
Come & Celebrate
Saturday, January 14, 2012
Marcia Mayfield & Ed Morrison
are having a
Wedding Reception at 7:00 p.m.
and dance to Westbound at 8:30 p.m.
at the Legion Hall in Philip
The family of Mary Pekron
requests a Card Shower
to celebrate her 80th Birthday
January 18, 2012.
Cards may be sent to Mary at:
PO Box 843, Philip, SD 57567
Sunday, Jan. 15th
DOORS OPEN AT 2:00 P.M.
Games start at 3 p.m.
Lunch Available.
Sponsored by
Sacred Heart Catholic Church of Philip
Sacred Heart Church Basement •Philip
Members of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church
invite you to a Farewell Dinner for
Dennis & Jeanette Small
on Sunday, January 15th at 1:45 p.m.
in the church basement, Philip.
ey are moving to Rapid City to be closer to family.
Everyone Welcome!!
Orville Sandal_________________________________
Orville Sandall, age 97 of
Kadoka, died Tuesday, January 3,
2012, at the Kadoka Nursing
Home.
Orville Sandall was born Febru-
ary 5, 1914, in Kadoka, the son of
Carl and Ida (Singer) Sandall. He
grew up on a farm in the South
Creek Community north of
Kadoka. He received his education
at a rural school near their farm.
As a young man he worked on the
family farm and for neighbors in
the area.
Orville was united in marriage
to Agnes Johnson on August 28,
1938, in Custer.
Orville and his brother served in
the United States Army during
WWII. They both served as cooks
in North Africa and elsewhere.
After his honorable discharge, he
returned to Kadoka.
He held various jobs in Kadoka
until 1956, when he began working
for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Serv-
ice until retiring in 1976. He con-
tinued to help local farmers and
ranchers with predator control.
Orville invented a device for
spreading prairie dog bait that was
mounted on a four-wheeler. He re-
ceived an incentive award from the
U.S. government for this.
Survivors include his niece, Ten-
nie Riggs and her husband, Gary,
of Capitan, N.M.; special friends,
Glenn and Normaleen VandeGarde
of Kadoka; and a host of other rel-
atives and friends.
Orville was preceded in death by
his wife, Agnes, on February 19,
2008; his parents; and his brother,
Faner Sandall.
Funeral services were held Fri-
day, January 6, at the Concordia
Lutheran Church in Kadoka, with
Pastor Art Weitschat officiating.
Music was provided by Beverly
Berry, organist, Jean Weller, pi-
anist, and Lyndy Ireland, vocalist.
Ushers were Merle Stilwell and
Veryl Prokop. Pallbearers were
Baxter Hogan, Larry Parkinson,
Kenny Ireland, Jerry Stilwell, Paul
Otis and Jerry Baldwin.
Interment was at the Kadoka
Cemetery.
A memorial has been estab-
lished.
Arrangements were with the
Rush Funeral Chapel of Kadoka.
His online guestbook is available
at www.rushfuneralhome.com
What gorgeous weather we're
having! It surely doesn't feel or look
like the past two winters. The tem-
perature reached 60˚ last Wednes-
day and on Thursday it was 68˚.
We're thankful for every nice day,
it gets us closer to spring.
A shower for EmmyLee, daugh-
ter of Brennen and Joni Parsons,
will be held Saturday afternoon,
January 21, see ad for details.
Marcia Eymer hosted the Janu-
ary meeting of the Community
Club Tuesday night. Seven mem-
bers answered roll call with a spe-
cial memory of our past Christmas.
Members included Marcia, Karen
Carley, Donna Staben, Tina
Staben, Gayla Piroutek, Erin Hov-
land and Janice Parsons. Plans
were made to host a birthday party
for Mary Pekron, January 18, at
the Senechal dining room at 2:00
p.m. Everyone is welcome to come.
We listened to an audio CD by
Kitty Werthmann entitled "My Life
Under National Socialism and
Communism". I think we're headed
in that direction more and more,
losing more of our freedom that we
take for granted.
Dan and Gayla Piroutek enjoyed
an evening of card games at the
Billy and Arlyne Markwed home
last Thursday.
Helping the Leo Pattons cut up
meat on January 2 were Gary
Stephenson, Kay Ainslie, Ralph
and Carol Kroetch, Irene Patton,
Bob, April and Kaitlyn Knight and
Bob's friend, Marg, and the Jim
Stangle family. On January 7,
John Legler from Kansas City
came to the Pattons to visit and do
some deer hunting. Accompanying
him were Linda and Ben Stangle,
Gary Stephenson, Bob, April and
Kaitlyn Knight and friend, Marg,
and her son. The same crew, plus
Jim Stangle also hunted Sunday
and butchered two beefs.
Ladies from St. Mary's Catholic
Church entertained at the Philip
Nursing Home Friday. There for
the afternoon were Linda Stangle,
Karen Carley, Abby Carley and
son, Wace, Donna King, and An-
drea Carley and daughter, Millie.
Jim and Lana Elshere stayed at
the J.J. Elshere home Friday night.
Early Saturday morning, Jim, J.J.
and Lindsay left for Denver for a
match bronc ride. Joining them
were Don and Linda (Elshere) Con-
nor of Denver. Lana stayed at J.J.
and Lindsay's home caring for their
children.
Rachel Parsons spent Saturday
night with Jane Poss to help her
celebrate her birthday. Sunday,
Mary Poss took the girls to Rapid
City. Carlee Fitzgerald spent Sun-
day at the Parsons' playing with
Sarah.
Mark Radway visited his
mother, Jeanne, Sunday at the
Good Samaritan Center in New
Underwood.
Hugh Harty had all his family
home Sunday, including Paul and
Moneik Stephens and Mikaela, Jim
and Adele Harty, Molly and Owen,
and Ed Harty.
Matt Arthur was a supper guest
Sunday at the home of Zane and
Beth Jeffries.
Friends of Donnie and Bobette
Schofield, Mark Jimerson and
Buck Klough, arrived Thursday,
returning home Monday morning.
Others there at various times were
Jeff Schofield and boys, Steve and
Lisa Jonas, Tyra Austin, Zach and
Zane, Bruce Dunker, Sidney and
Sean, and Cory Smith.
Byron and Peggy Parsons were
callers at the Mark and Pat Hanra-
han home Sunday afternoon.
Paul, Donna and Tina Staben
surprised Peggy Staben last Mon-
day, January 2, by bringing a
birthday cake to her for all of them
to enjoy. Happy belated birthday,
Peggy!
Keagan Fitch celebrated his 12th
birthday on January 3. He and
some friends went bowling Friday.
Keagan and Colby Fitch wrestled
in an AAU tournament in Sturgis
Saturday with Colby placing first
and Keagan, third.
Trevor and Brayden Fitch joined
Burjes, Theo, Truett and Dani
Fitch Monday and Tuesday of last
week on a trip to the Big Horn
Mountains where they enjoyed
snowmobiling.
Sunday, Lee and Debbie Neville
and Kelly and Deanna Fees took a
drive through the country, going on
the Hilland road and on west to
Wasta. When I was a kid, that hill
with the graveled road east of
Wasta was so steep. It's funny how
we see things differently when
we're grown up.
Bill and Karyl Sandal returned
home from the Watertown area
Monday after attending the funeral
of Karyl's brother-in-law, Bob Nel-
son, in Henry. Bob and his wife,
Betty, live in Des Moines, Iowa.
Bill and Karyl's daughter, Tricia
Naasz, Sioux Falls, was at the vis-
itation in Watertown Sunday.
Their son, Todd and Jennifer San-
dal attended the funeral with Todd
as one of the pallbearers. The San-
dals and Betty Nelson stayed with
their sister, Ruth and Don Roe at
Hazel.
(Family Features) In 2012, mil-
lions of people will make a vow to
lose weight or start a fitness plan,
but many will lose the motivation
it takes to sustain a fit and active
lifestyle within just a few weeks.
With the right tools and support
though, finding motivation to stay
fit can be a snap.
Father, New York Times Best-
Selling Author, and “Extra” TV
host Mario Lopez finds his motiva-
tion to stay fit using the techniques
of his personal trainer, Jimmy
Pena. Now, Pena wants to help
people keep their fitness vows
using the same techniques by offer-
ing these simple tips to maintain
motivation all year long:
Start Small – If you havenít been
active in a long time, donít stress
your muscles by doing too much too
fast. Start slowly by taking the
stairs or squeezing in a 20-minute
jog on your lunch break.
Build Up Endurance – Track
your progress and continue to build
upon your exercise activities ñ
whether you’re running or jogging
a route, walking a path, biking,
swimming or weight training ñ to
push yourself a little farther each
week.
Grab a Partner – “You can im-
prove exercise performance by hav-
ing a partner who pushes you to
your limits. But if you prefer to
workout solo, the built-in audio
trainer in the new MOTOACTV
from Motorola can provide motiva-
tion. It’s like having a personal
trainer right in your ear,” says
Pena.
The new device tracks fitness
stats including time, distance,
heart rate and even calories
burned. Then, upload your workout
to www.motoactv.com to analyze
the performance data tracked by
the device – and challenge your
friends to beat your latest stats. “A
little competition can be a big mo-
tivator,” explains PeÒa.
Mix it Up – It’s important to
make a fitness schedule and stick
to it, but that doesn’t mean doing
the same routine over and over. To
stay motivated, try changing your
workout. From walking to running
to cycling, you can always find a
new activity to challenge yourself ñ
and you can bring MOTOACTV
with you. Sweat-proof and rain-re-
sistant, this device also features a
scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla
Glass display. You can wear it on
your wrist, clip it to your shirt, or
purchase a mount to attach it to
your bike during an outdoor ride,
making it easy to change up your
activities to keep you interested
(sold separately).
Turn Up the Volume – “Music is
key for most of my clients. When
theyíre running out of steam, the
right song can help put them on
track to meet their fitness goals,”
says Pena. Creating playlists of dif-
ferent music that keeps you moti-
vated for different types of activi-
ties can really help keep you going.
Remember to refresh playlists, as
you can quickly tire of the same
music.
“MOTOACTV is a personal
trainer and a DJ all at the same
time,” says Lopez. “It tracks all the
data I need – from pace, heart rate,
distance, miles logged, and it plays
all my favorite music. It even
knows the music I perform to best,
which I have never seen before.”
In addition, users can stay tan-
gle-free, since the device allows you
to enjoy a completely wireless
workout via stereo Bluetooth en-
abled headphones, sold separately.
For more information on the new
MOTOACTV from Motorola, visit
www.motoactv.com.
Photo Courtesy of Getty Images
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Milesville News
by Janice Parsons • 544-3315
Stay motivated all year with these easy fitness tips
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wIfh µrosonf offIcors wIIIIng fo hoId
fho snmo offIco for nnofhor yonr.
Thoy nro µrosIdonf-CnroI Hunf,
vIco µrosIdonf-Inrb Jonos, socro-
fnry-ChrIsfIno ÞIodnn, nnd frons-
uror-Mnry Inrquof. Tho noxf
moofIng wIII bo AµrII l2, 20l2, nf
4:l5 µ.m. nf fho IIbrnry.
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µnrfIos or cnsunI nIghfs In wIfh frIonds. !ognrdIoss of
fho occnsIon, fhoro nro sImµIo wnys fo mnko onch ox-
µorIonco sfnnd ouf.
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somofhIng sµocInI fo your fyµIcnI foofbnII vIowIng
foods. IrovIdo somo unoxµocfod foµµIngs for your
burgors, such ns µIckIod vogofnbIos or InforosfIng
choosos IIko jnInµono choddnr, smokod Coudn, or gor-
gonzoIn. Swnµ fho usunI µofnfo chIµs nnd onIon dIµ
for somo nrfIsnnnI bronds or crnckors wIfh IoursIn(r)
Courmof SµrondnbIo chooso. WIfh n ro-cIosnbIo IId
nnd onfIcIng fInvors IIko Vormonf WhIfo Choddnr nnd
Sngo or SµInnch nnd ArfIchoko, fhoso choosos nro ons-
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sµrond.
Ior n fun nnd funcfIonnI dossorf, brIng nIong hof
chocoInfo fIxIngs. If'II snfIsfy your swoof foofh nnd
wnrm you uµ nf fho snmo fImo. Add n nIco fouch wIfh
homomndo fInvorod mnrshmnIIows.
If you cnn'f fnko fho coId, hond Info fho kIfchon.
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wnfchIng rod cnrµof or ofhor TV ovonfs, gnmo nIghfs,
or sImµIo dInnor µnrfIos. Tho koy fo n momornbIo ox-
µorIonco for your guosfs Is fo surµrIso fhom wIfh n do-
IIcIous nµµofIzor. WhIIo n nIco sµrond of sonsonnI
fruIfs, nrfIsnn choosos nnd chnrcuforIo Is nIwnys nµ-
µrocInfod, bnkIng somofhIng In your ovon wIII fnko
fho oxµorIonco fo nnofhor IovoI. ThIs fIIIs your homo
wIfh n woIcomIng nromn fhnf wIII sof fho fono for n
IovoIy ovonIng. Vormonf WhIfo Choddnr nnd Sngo
IrofzoI IIfos nro smnII nnd mnnngonbIo In sIzo buf
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l µnckof ncfIvo dry yonsf
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In oIocfrIc mIxor bowI fIffod wIfh µnddIo nffnch-
monf, combIno wnfor, sugnr, honoy nnd yonsf. MIx fo
combIno nnd Iof sIf 5 mInufos unfII foµ Is sIIghfIy
fonmy. SfIr In chooso nnd swIfch µnddIo for dough
hook nffnchmonf. MIxfuro wIII bo sIIghfIy Iumµy.
WIfh mIxor on sIow, sfIr In 3 cuµs fIour. !so mIxor
fo knond dough for 3 mInufos. Turn mnchIno off nnd
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In µof, brIng romnInIng wnfor nnd bnkIng sodn fo n
boII. MonnwhIIo, furn dough ouf onfo n fIourod sur-
fnco. If sfIcky, ndd oxfrn l/2 cuµ fIour nnd hnnd-knond
unfII dough Is soff.
IuII socfIons of dough off nnd roII Info gum bnII-
sIzod bIfos. !Ino bIfos uµ on bnkIng shoof fnIrIy cIoso
fogofhor.
Whon fInIshod, droµ bIfos Info boIIIng bnkIng sodn
wnfor n fow nf n fImo nnd cook unfII bIfos fIonf fo sur-
fnco, nbouf 25 soconds.
!sIng sIoffod sµoon, romovo bIfos sovornI nf n fImo.
!osf sµoon on foIdod µnµor fowoIs fo drnIn, fhon µInco
bIfos on bnkIng shoofs.
Irush bIfos wIfh ogg wnsh, sµrInkIo wIfh son snIf
nnd bnko unfII dnrk goIdon brown, nbouf l2 mInufos.
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Thoro nro mnny dIfforonf µosI-
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sourco mnnngomonf, mnInfonnnco,
nnd rosourco oducnfIon nnd Infor-
µrofnfIon. ÐufIos wIfhIn fho dIffor-
onf nrons of µnrk oµornfIons
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from vIsIfors, sfnffIng InformnfIon
dosks, nssIsfIng wIfh fIoId work In
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wIIdIIfo nnd µnIoonfoIogy, nnd Im-
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ngo, In nddIfIon fo hnvIng onough
oducnfIon or work oxµorIonco fo
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Maternal Great-Grandparents:
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The late Ernie & Rose Dufek, Geddes
Paternal Grandparents:
Byron & Peggy Parsons, Milesville
Paternal Great-Grandparents.
Joanne Parsons & the late Boyd Parsons, Rapid City
The late Francis Zebroski, Philip
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Paternal Grandparents:
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Maternal Great-Grandparents.
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the late Charlotte Roseth
Paternal Great-Grandparents.
Cliff & Rita Ramsey, Philip, SD
Russ & Viola Olney, Kadoka, SD
Paternal Great-Great Grandmother.
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CroofIngs from gIorIous norfh-
onsf Hnnkon Counfy! As I wrIfo
fhIs on Tuosdny mornIng, fho sun
Is shInIng brIghfIy, nnd If µromIsos
fo bo nnofhor gorgoous dny, nI-
fhough mnybo our Insf gorgoous
dny for n whIIo. Tho wonfhormnn Is
µrodIcfIng coIdor fomµornfuros nnd
mnybo n bIf of snow. Iuf 20l2
wonfhor, fhus fnr, hns boon nofh-
Ing shorf of nmnzIng. Ono vory µos-
IfIvo fhIng, ns fnr ns I nm
concornod . I'vo boon nbIo fo hnng
shoofs on fho IIno for fho µnsf fwo
wooks! Thnf Is Indood n rnro gIff
fhIs fImo of yonr.
ÐIck nnd Cono Hudson woro In
!nµId CIfy Snfurdny fo nffond n
hoIIdny µnrfy nf fho grouµ homo
whoro fhoIr dnughfor, !Isn, rosIdod
for sovornI yonrs. Thoy gof fo soo
mnny of fho sfnff, rosIdonfs, nnd
fhoIr fnmIIIos, whIch wns n fronf.
Thoy wonf from !nµId CIfy fo MId-
Innd fo hnvo suµµor wIfh fho MIko
Trnµµ fnmIIy. Tho Trnµµs sur-
µrIsod Cono wIfh n bIrfhdny cnko,
In honor of hor roconf bIrfhdny.
Sundny nIghf, ÐIck nnd Cono frnv-
oIod fo ChnmborInIn nnd sµonf fho
nIghf In ordor fo kooµ n docfor's nµ-
µoInfmonf fhoro Mondny mornIng.
Thoy fook n sIIghf dofour on fho
wny homo nnd vIsIfod wIfh Iong-
fImo frIond nnd noIghbor, !ufh
Þouhnusor, In HIghmoro.
Ðunno nnd !oIn !osofh hnd ÐIck
nnd Cono Hudson ns suµµor guosfs
Insf Wodnosdny. Ovor fho wook-
ond, !oIn nffondod nn IMT cInss In
Ðondwood.
!ufh Þouhnusor hnd vIsIfs from
sovornI µooµIo Insf wook. JnnIco
(Wook) !Ing, vIsIfod Wodnosdny nf-
fornoon. JnnIco fnughf nf !obbs
IInf SchooI whon Iob nnd !ufh's
chIIdron woro sfudonfs fhoro. Jnn-
Ico IIvos In ÞorrIs now, nnd hor son,
MIko, fonchos In fho HIghmoro
schooI sysfom. Snrnh nnd Mnry
Þouhnusor woro vIsIfors Snfurdny
mornIng. Mondny nffornoon, ÐIck
nnd Cono Hudson sfoµµod by for n
nIco vIsIf. !ufh snId hor dnughfor
nnd son-In-Inw, ÞInn nnd !ynn
ÞnchfIgnII, wIII bo rofurnIng fhIs
wook from fhoIr oxfondod sfny In
IfnIy. I'm suro If won'f bo onsy for
fhom fo Ionvo fhoIr son nnd dnugh-
for-In-Inw nnd now IIffIo grnndson!
Whon I wns vIsIfIng wIfh !ufh, I
monfIonod fhnf I hnd n µof of bonns
nnd hnm sImmorIng on fho sfovo.
Sho snId whon sho wns young, hor
mofhor wouId offon mnko bonns
nnd hnm on wnsh dny. Tho wnsh
houso wns soµnrnfo from fho mnIn
houso, so sho noodod fo cook n monI
fhnf dIdn'f nood much wnfchIng. I
fhoughf fhnf wns nn InforosfIng bIf
of hIsfory.
IIIIy nnd ArIyno Mnrkwod woro
In SIoux InIIs Insf Mondny nnd
Tuosdny fo nffond funornI sorvIcos
for fhoIr nIoco, ÐInnno Mnrkwod
OInndor. Thursdny ovonIng, Ðnn
nnd CnyIn IIroufok of MIIosvIIIo
vIsIfod nf fho Mnrkwod homo nnd
onjoyod µInyIng cnrds. IrIdny, IIIIy
nnd ArIyno wonf fo InffI Ioforson's
rnnch fo Iook nf somo cnffIo. On fho
wny, fhoy gof fo soo quIfo n numbor
of wIId horsos fhnf ronm fho Houck
rnnch.
IIII nnd IoIIy Iruco, nIong wIfh
fhoIr dnughfor nnd son-In-Inw,
MnrcIn nnd ÐoyIo SImon, IngIo
Iuffo, frnvoIod fo !oxIngfon, Þob.,
Insf Thursdny. IrIdny, fhoy nf-
fondod fho funornI of fhoIr son-In-
Inw, InuI !oIkor's, fnfhor In
!oxIngfon. Thoy rofurnod homo
Infor IrIdny. ThoIr son, ÐnvId,
cnmo fo fho rnnch Insf Tuosdny fo
hoIµ wIfh choros nnd hoIµ work on
fho now buIIdIng. Son-In-Inw Iob
!uffor cnmo Thursdny fo hoIµ wIfh
fho now buIIdIng, nIso. Iob Is nn
oIocfrIcInn, nnd ho mndo good
µrogross on fho wIrIng. Son Andy
nnd n frIond cnmo IrIdny, nnd fhoy
hookod uµ fho hof wnfor honf In fho
houso µorfIon of fho now buIIdIng.
ÐnvId wonf homo Snfurdny, nnd
Iob wonf homo Sundny. Tod
SchofIoId cnmo fo hoIµ wIfh fho
buIIdIng Snfurdny nnd Sundny.
Sundny, ho wns nccomµnnIod by
hIs wIfo, MIchoIIo, nnd chIIdron.
IIII nnd IoIIy nffondod church
Sundny. WhIIo IIII nnd IoIIy nro
gono, VInco's fInncoo, KnfIo, fnkos
ovor fho fnsk of foodIng fho hungry
workors. Mondny, VInco nnd KnfIo
woro In IhIIIµ nffondIng n µosfIcIdo
nµµIIcnfor cInss.
ÞoIs nnd Ðorofhy InuIson hnd n
quIof wook. Thoy woro In IIorro
Thursdny for suµµIIos, buf ofhor
fhnn fhnf fhoy hnvo boon sfIckIng
cIoso fo homo. Ðorofhy snId fhoro
wns n good crowd nf Ðooµ Crook
Church Sundny.
Irnnk nnd ShIrIoy HnIIIgnn woro
In InIfh Insf Thursdny fo nffond n
bnskofbnII gnmo. ShIrIoy wns In
InIfh ngnIn Snfurdny for moro bns-
kofbnII gnmos, nnd Irnnk nffondod
fho snIo In If. IIorro. Mondny,
ShIrIoy wns In fown fnkIng cnro of
somo busInoss. Irnnk Is nonrIy
fuIIy rocovorod from hIs roconf gnII
bInddor surgory . good nows!
CInrk nnd Cnrmon AIIomnn soId
cnIvos IrIdny. Sundny, fhoy nf-
fondod church nnd fhon wonf fo
IhIIIµ fo vIsIf !oy !osofh.
CIInf nnd !nurn AIIomnn nro
goIng fo bo busy fho noxf couµIo of
monfhs. !nurn Is dIrocfIng fho
Hnyos µIny fhIs yonr, nnd CIInf nnd
young dnughfor AIIvyn wIII hnvo
fho oµµorfunIfy for Iofs of bondIng
fImo. !nurn snId fho µIny wIII bo
µorformod Mnrch 2, 3 nnd 4, so bo
suro fo µuf If on your cnIondnr. Tho
Hnyos IInyors nIwnys do n gronf
job!
Mnx nnd Joyco Jonos nIso hnd n
quIof wook. Mnx hns boon busy for-
fIIIzIng fIoIds, nnd ho shouId fInIsh
fhnf fnsk Tuosdny. Thoy hnvo nIso
boon fnkIng ndvnnfngo of fho nIco
wonfhor by doIng somo fIx uµ/cIonn
uµ µrojocfs nround fhoIr µInco. Mnx
wns In If. IIorro Mondny ovonIng
for n moofIng of fho Scoffy IhIIIµ
Comofory Ionrd.
JuIInn nnd Coroon !osofh gof fo
onjoy grnndkIds ovor fho wookond.
ThoIr dnughfor, KrIsfIn, nnd hor
husbnnd, Vnnco MnrfIn, woro gono
for fho wookond, so fhoIr fhroo
youngsfors sµonf from Thursdny
fhrough Sundny wIfh grnndmn nnd
grnndµn.
ConnIo Hudson hnd fonchor In-
sorvIco Insf Tuosdny, so fho sfu-
donfs nf Choyonno SchooI hnd
cInssos Wodnosdny, Thursdny nnd
IrIdny of Insf wook. Thursdny, fhoy
hnd n vIsIf from cIvII ongInoorIng
sfudonfs from fho Soufh Ðnkofn
SchooI of MInos nnd TochnoIogy.
Tho sfudonfs cnmo fo Choyonno
SchooI nnd sof uµ fhoIr brIdgo fhnf
fhoy mndo for nn ongInoorIng com-
µofIfIon. Tho Insfrucfor of fho sfu-
donfs Is M.!. Hnnson, son of VIvInn
Hnnson, formorIy of IhIIIµ. M.!.
Hnnson nnd hIs wIfo nccomµnnIod
fho sfudonfs fo fho schooI. I'm suro
fho dny wns n ronI fronf for fho sfu-
donfs!
KovIn Þouhnusor wonf fo IIorro
Snfurdny nnd joInod hIs wIfo,
Mnry, nnd dnughfor, Snrnh, nf nn
Ico hockoy gnmo. KovIn nnd Mnry's
noµhow Is on ono of fho fonms.
IIorro hns n vory ncfIvo hockoy µro-
grnm nnd n nIco fncIIIfy. Snfurdny
ovonIng, KovIn nnd Mnry nffondod
fho nnnunI suµµor nf fho
Vorondryo Musoum. Ðnughfor
Snrnh hns sfnrfod hor µhnrmncy
rofnfIon nf fho VA In Hof SµrIngs,
sho wIII bo fhoro for sovornI wooks.
Son ÞIck Is bnck In Wnforfown fo
rosumo hIs sfudIos fhoro.
!ny nnd Þnncy Þouhnusor hnd n
quIof wook. Thoy woro In SIoux
InIIs from Wodnosdny fhrough IrI-
dny. Þnncy coIobrnfod n bIrfhdny
Jnnunry 5 . hnµµy boInfod bIrfh-
dny fo hor!
Mnry IrIggs workod nf homo
IrIdny. Sundny, dnughfor !on !Ig-
gIo nnd grnnddnughfor KInsoy
sfoµµod for n vIsIf foIIowIng n 4-H
moofIng nnd II gun µrncfIco nf
KIrIoy HnII. If sounds IIko fho KIr-
Ioy II gun fonm hns n Iof of young
mombors fhIs yonr. AIso Sundny,
dnughfor Kovn Joons nnd son Sofh,
SµonrfIsh, woro In IIorro fo vIsIf
frIonds nnd roInfIvos. Thoy vIsIfod
wIfh Chnncoy !IggIo, Crnndmn !II
IrIggs, nnd frIond Ðnwn Hodmnn.
Thoy sfoµµod by fho IrIggs' rnnch
for suµµor nnd vIsIfIng boforo ro-
furnIng fo SµonrfIsh. Kovn's son,
Znno, dIdn'f gof fo mnko fho frIµ,
bocnuso ho wns busy wIfh homo-
work. Znno Is busy wIfh hIs
wrosfIIng sonson . hoµo ho hns n
vory succossfuI yonr! Mondny
ovonIng, Mnry IrIggs nnd sovornI
ofhors sfoµµod nf Crnndmn !II
IrIggs' homo fo fnko fronfs nnd
hoIµ hor coIobrnfo hor 88fh bIrfh-
dny. Hnµµy bIrfhdny, !II!
IoIIowIng Is fho wonfhor dnfn,
comµIImonfs of Mnrgo IrIggs.
Ðnfn for Ðocombor, 20ll
HIgh fomµornfuro wns 60´ Ðo-
combor l8; wo hnd fIvo dnys of 50´
or nbovo. Tho Iowosf mnxImum
fomµornfuro wns l9´ Ðocombor 5.
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Sports & Accomplishments
January 12, 2012 • The Pioneer Review • Page 8
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The Philip Area wrestling team
spent Friday and Saturday, Janu-
ary 6-7, earning a second place team
trophy in the Lyman run Mid-
Dakota Monster Wrestling Tourna-
ment.
Out of 23 teams competing in
Presho, Philip not only took second
place with 198 points, but was also
awarded the team sportsmanship
award. Team member Chance
Knutson received the Justin Cook
Memorial “never give up” award.
Winner scored 214 points for first
place. Third place went to
Spearfish/Lead-Deadwood with
163.5 points, 4th Mobridge – 151,
5th Stanley County – 145, 6th
Custer – 144, 7th O’Neill, Neb. –
143.5, 8th Kimball/White
Lake/Platte-Geddes – 117, 9th Red-
field/Doland – 106, 10th Bennett
County – 103.5, 11th Newell – 90,
12th Gettysburg – 88, 13th Rapid
City Central – 84, 14th Kingsbury
County – 78, 15th Todd County –
72, 16th Lyman – 63, 17th Sunshine
Bible Academy – 54.5, 18th St.
Thomas More – 52, 19th Pine
Ridge – 42, 20th Hill City – 40, 21st
Red Cloud – 34, 22nd Ansley/Arca-
dia, Neb. – 15.5, and 23rd Little
Wound – 4.

Nick Donnelly, 106 lbs., 2nd place,
record 11-5
•pinned Wyatt Lane (AA), :26
•pinned Tobias Weddell (TC), 3:05
•pinned Daniel Slama (SC), :35
•major decision over Rance Sivertsen
(SLD), 12-2
•pinned by Tyler Waterson (SLD), 3:56
Jed Brown, 106 lbs., 5th place, record 7-
8
•pinned Carter Wegner (RED), 1:39
•pinned Chance Fredericksen (KWLPG),
:57
•pinned by John Marvin (ON), 1:10
•major decision over Bo Slingsby (AA), 9-
0
•major dec. over Garrett Rausch (GETT),
18-4
•decision by Rance Sivertsen (SLD), 3-5
Rance Johnson, 113 lbs.
•dec. over Cameron Voorhees (NEW), 8-5
•forfeit by (KWLPG)
•decision by Dalton Gerbracht (SBA), 5-8
•major dec. by Kayleb Brozik (WIN), 5-14
Brennan Kukal, 113 lbs.
•pinned by Dominick Schooler (HLC),
1:47
•bye
•pinned by Zeph Irion (SLD), 1:55
Grady Carley, 120 lbs.
•bye
•pinned by Israel Appel (SBA), 2:42
•bye
•pinned Makoa Runs (RCC), 1:38
•decision by Chasen Cole (CUS), 0-6
Raedon Anderson, 126 lbs.
•bye
•pinned by Casey Heninger (SC), 3:08
•forfeit by (RC)
•major dec. by Truman Weyand (GETT),
2-15
Lane Blasius, 132 lbs., 1st place, record
Running Eagle (RC), 1:54
•major dec. by Andy Nelson (SLD), 5-13
•major dec. over Cooper Carter (SC), 12-1
•pinned Dalton Bely (KWLPG), 3:48
•pinned by Cole Geditz (GETT), 2:56
Chandlier Sudbeck, 145 lbs. 2nd place,
record 13-3
•pinned Ben Kupper (RCC), 2:21
•tech. fall over Brady Rude (RCC), 18-2
•pinned Andrew Rigsby (KC), 5:01
•decision over Herman Fennell (SC), 4-1
•major dec. by Seth McCann (NEW), 6-15
Clint Stout, 152 lbs., 2nd place, record
12-4
•bye
•pinned Chase Corbin (AA), 1:05
•pinned Luke Vogel (GETT), 3:15
•pinned David Fox (ON) 4:47
•decision by Darren Daum (KWLPG), 6-8
Chance Knutson, 170 lbs., 2nd place,
record 7-1
•bye
•pinned Connor Holm (RCC), 2:58
•pinned Trent McKee (KC), 4:12
•decision over Tyce Meyer (WIN), 10-8
•pinned by Tanner Eiesland (CUS), 4:47
Roger Davis, 182 lbs.
•pinned by Billy Alexander (CUS), 1:02
•bye
•pinned by Scott Assman (WIN), 1:36
Logan Ammons, 195 lbs., 4th place,
record 9-6
•bye
•pinned Seth Novak (TC), 1:38
•major decision by Brady Spiry (MP), 2-
13
•pinned Philip Zimiga (LW), :56
•pinned Evan Larsen (KC), 1:40
•pinned Clay Seidler (CUS), 1:32
•major dec. by Taylor Haley (WIN), 7-17
Gavin DeVries, 220 lbs., 6th place,
record 7-7
•bye
•decision over Mike Murray (CUS), 6-2
•pinned by Branden Tuttle (WIN), 2:46
•pinned Rob Stover (PR), 2:09
•pinned Scott Two Bulls (RC), :54
•pinned by TJ Heinert (TC), 1:57
•pinned by Thomas Schipporeit (ON),
2:30

The next contest for the Philip
Area team will be them hosting
their annual Philip Wrestling
Tournament, Friday and Saturday,
Janury 13-14.
Mid-Dakota Monster Wrestling Tourney,
second place earned by Philip Area team
Holding a home court advantage,
the New Underwood Lady Tigers
held back the visiting Philip Lady
Scotties. The Thursday, January 5,
varsity game ended with Philip
slipping in a 23-31 loss to New Un-
derwood.
The first quarter was a very slow
start as far as the scoreboard
showed, with only four points per
team. For Philip, the second quar-
ter was not much better. The Scot-
ties earned five points, while the
Tigers doubled that.
The beginning of the second half
showed a one basket difference in
the 5-7 scoring. The fourth quarter
ended in only a one point spread,
but the inching away during the
last three quarters of the game won
it for New Underwood.
Philip 4 5 5 9 = 23
N. Under. 4 10 7 10 = 31
Philip scorers: Sam Johnson – 7, Audra
Antonsen – 6, Bailey Radway – 5, Josie Gup-
till – 3, Jordyn Dekker – 2.
New Underwood scorers: Jacy Benter – 7,
Taylor Brindley and Madeline Merchen – 6
each, Alyssa Prichard and Lexxy Niederw-
erder – 4 each.
Philip field goals – 18% (9 of 54).
Free throws: Philip – 22% (5 of 23), New
Underwood – 54% (14 of 26).
Rebounds: Philip – 39, New Underwood –
30. Philip leaders: Holly Iwan – 9, Guptill –
8, Johnson and Dekker – 6 each, Antonsen
and Radway – 4 each, Misty Johnson and Ar-
iana Arampatzis – 1 each.
Philip assists – 5. Leaders: Guptill – 3, An-
tonsen – 2.
Philip steals – 10. Leaders: Antonsen and
Guptill – 3 each, Radway – 2 each, Iwan and
Arampatzis – 1 each.
Philip blocks – 4. Leaders: Dekker – 3,
Guptill – 1.
Turnovers: Philip – 26, New Underwood –
20.
Philip team fouls – 20. Fouled out – S.
Johnson.
The junior varsity ladies could
not get on the scoreboard in their
first quarter. The girls tried to
make up the difference in the sec-
ond quarter, but inched further be-
hind in the second half.
Philip 0 6 2 5 = 13
N. Under. 5 4 4 6 = 19
Philip scorers: Ashton Reedy and Justina
Cvach – 4 each, Arampatzis and Katlin Knut-
son – 2 each, Iwan – 1.
New Underwood scorers: Prichard – 6,
Karlie Robertson – 4, Shy Bintliff – 3,
Shawnee Flint, Jacie Phillips and Jade
Mosher – 2 each.
Philip field goals – 20% (5 of 25).
Philip free throws – 38 (3 of 8).
Rebounds: Philip – 16, New Underwood –
20. Philip leaders: Kaci Olivier, Knutson and
Reedy – 3 each, Cvach, Brett Carley and Pey-
ton DeJong – 2 each, Iwan – 1.
Philip assists – 5. Leaders: Hanna Hostut-
ler – 3, Arampatzis and Carley – 1 each.
Philip steals – 11. Leaders: Arampatzis
and Knutson – 4 each, Iwan, DeJong and
Reedy – 1 each.
Philip blocks – 1. Leader: Hostutler – 1.
Turnovers: Philip – 25, New Underwood –
15.
Philip team fouls – 7.
Lady Scotties slip to New Underwood Tigers
The University of Wyoming
listed eight students from South
Dakota on the 2011 fall semester
President’s Honor Roll.
Katie Marie Nelson, Philip, was
the only student from the Haakon
County area to qualify. She is the
daughter of Jerry and Mary Nel-
son, Philip.
The President's Honor Roll con-
sists of regularly enrolled under-
graduates who earned a 4.0 grade
point average for the semester.
Students must have been enrolled
for a minimum of 12 credit hours
taken for letter grades.
Located in Laramie, the Univer-
sity of Wyoming is the state’s only
four-year higher education institu-
tion, offering more than 180 pro-
grams of study.
* * * * *
A total of 325 full-time students
qualified for the the President's Ac-
ademic Honors list for the fall se-
mester at Dakota State University,
Madison. Highest honors were
earned by 111 students who
achieved a 4.0 grade point average;
the remaining students earned a
3.5 to 3.99 average to qualify for
the honors list.
Caleb Clements, Philip, was
named to the President's Academic
Honors list with highest honors for
the fall semester. He is the son of
Mike and Debbie Clements, Philip.
* * * * *
College briefs
Members of the Philip Modern
Woodmen of America chapter
helped raise funds for the Philip
Volunteer Fire Department.
The PVFD held a beef burger,
barbecue and chili feed, Saturday,
November 26, before and after the
PVFD-sponsored annual Glo n’ Go
light parade. The total amount
raised of $5,180 included a $2,500
contribution by Modern Wood-
men’s home office through the or-
ganization’s matching fund
program.
The money raised will be used to
help purchase new fire fighting
gear for the department. The check
was officially presented during the
PVFD monthly meeting, Wednes-
day, January 4.
The matching fund program of-
fers Modern Woodmen members
nationwide the chance to show
their support for a community
cause, organization or individual in
need by holding fundraisers. Mod-
ern Woodmen matches money
raised up to $2,500. These
fundraising projects contribute
more than $6.5 million to commu-
nity needs nationwide each year.
Coordinated by local Modern
Woodmen members, chapters pro-
vide opportunities to connect
through social activities and volun-
teer projects.
For more information about the
local chapter and how you can get
involved, contact Don Haynes at
859-2778 or dwhaynes@gwtc.net.
Donation to Philip Volunteer Fire Dept.
Donation to the fire department ... The local chapter of Modern Woodmen of America, represented by Don
Haynes, gave a check of $2,500 to the Philip Volunteer Fire Department to add to the amount raised at the annual PVFD
after Thanksgiving fundraiser feed. The volunteers present at the PVFD monthly meeting were, from left: Ruth Carley,
Jon Carley, J.J. Walker, Marty Gartner, Brian Pearson, Trace O’Connell, Fire Chief Matt Reckling, Doug Hart, Assistant
Fire Chief Marty Hansen, Joe Millage, Curt Arthur, Tyler Gartner, Don Haynes, Greg Arthur, and Mike Schultz.
Photo by Del Bartels
Equipment
donation ...
O’Connell Con-
struction, repre-
sented by Trace
O’Connell,
right, donated
four 25’ x 1-1/4”
tow ropes to the
Philip Volunteer
Fire Depart-
ment. Each rope
has a tensile
strength of
70,000 pounds,
and will be used
by one fire vehi-
cle pulling out
another. “It
doesn’t happen
very often, but
last year we had
several trucks
get stuck,” said
Fire Chief Matt
Reckling, left.
Photo by Bartels
Annie Brunskill, president of the
South Dakota Library Association,
and Dorothy Liegl, chair of the
SDLA public relations committee,
have made the following commenda-
tion.
The South Dakota Library Asso-
ciation commends Governor (Den-
nis) Daugaard and his administra-
tion for the Better Government Ini-
tiative which targets the elimina-
tion of red tape, the implement-
ation of open government policies
and the development of e-govern-
ment resources.
The association supports the cre-
ation of a state law that formally es-
tablishes a state archival repository
of electronic documents and desig-
nates the state library as its admin-
istrative agency. Such a law would
require state agencies to contribute
all of their publications to the repos-
itory in a timely manner. The repos-
itory would preserve and protect our
citizens’ ability to access informa-
tion of both current and historical
relevance and importance.
The association supports the prin-
ciples of open government at all lev-
els of authority – local, state and
federal. We believe libraries are fun-
damental to the free flow of govern-
ment information in South Dakota
and across the nation. It is essential
for citizens to be informed of govern-
ment actions, policies and goals so
that our government can be held ac-
countable. Open accesss must exist
so that the conclusions of citizens
are valid and meaningful.
The SDLA is a statewide organi-
zation representing libraries, li-
brary employees, library trustees
and library supporters. SDLA pro-
vides leadership and educational op-
portunities, and supports its
members in meeting the challenges
of providing quality library service
to all South Dakotans.
SDLA, Brunskill statement, open government in S.D.
The following students have
been named to the dean’s list for
academic excellence during the
Fall 2011 semester at South
Dakota State University.
To earn a dean's list distinction
in SDSU’s eight colleges, students
must have completed a minimum
of 12 credits and must have earned
at least a 3.5 grade point average
on a 4.0 scale.
Britney Carol VanderMay, Mid-
land – college of agricultural and
biological sciences
Tawnie Nicole DeJong, Philip –
college of agricultural and biologi-
cal sciences
Megan Brooke Mortellaro,
Philip – college of agricultural and
biological sciences.
Chance Knutson, 170 pounds, won the Justin Cook Me-
morial “never give up” award at the Mid-Dakota Monster
Wrestling Tournament in Presho January 6-7, 2012
Reed Johnson, 138 pounds Nick Donnelly, 106 pounds
8-0
•bye
•pinned Haydon
Schelske (LYM), 3:06
•technical fall
over Cory Rowse
(ON), 20-5
•pinned Zach
Hansen (SLD), 3:42
•pinned Cole
Phillips (WIN), 2:53
Reed Johnson, 138
lbs., 5th place,
record 12-7
•forfeit by (PR)
•pinned Sylas
January 12, 2012 • The Pioneer Review • Page 9
Sports & Accomplishments
Rock ’N
Roll Lanes
859-2430 • Philip
Weekly Special:
Chicken Fajita Wrap with Fries
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Sunday Special:
Honey Stung Chicken
Served with mashed potatoes & gravy,
salad bar & dessert.
Philip League Bowling
Rock ’N Roll Lanes
OPEN BOWLING:
Sunday-Friday, 12 to 6 p.m. • Saturday, 12 p.m. to closing
The kitchen is open – we have orders to go!!
859-2430 • Philip
Monday Nite Mixed
Groven Chemical ........................10-2
Rockers..........................................9-3
Badland’s Auto..............................9-3
Shad’s Towing...............................5-7
Handrahan Const .......................2-10
Dakota Bar..................................1-11
Highlights:
Bryan Buxcel.........................214/570
Rick Coyle .............................190/536
Jerry Mooney ........................188/545
Andrew Reckling2-5-7 split; 199/517
Jackie Schull ......................3-10 split
Matt Reckling.......................2-9 split
Marsha Sumpter ................5-10 split
Ronnie Coyle.......................3-10 split
Tuesday Men’s Early
People’s Market ............................4-0
Kennedy Implement .....................4-0
George’s Welding ..........................3-1
Kadoka Tree Service.....................3-1
Corks .............................................1-3
Team 6...........................................1-3
G&A Trenching.............................0-4
Bear Automotive...........................0-4
Highlights:
Bill Stone...............................230/603
Alex Moos ..............................210/599
Tony Gould....................201, 214/589
Steve Varner .........................214/561
Ray O’Connell .......................203/550
Matt Schofield..............................537
Earl Park......................................530
Glen Radway ..........3-10 & 9-10 split
Dan Addison......................2-5-7 split
Bob Corcoran........................3-7 split
Wednesday Morning Coffee
Cutting Edge Salon ..............11.5-0.5
Jolly Ranchers ..............................7-5
All Star Auto.................................7-5
Invisibles.......................................6-6
State Farm Ins..............................4-8
Ghost Team...........................0.5-11.5
Highlights:
Karen Foland................3-10 split x2;
.....................................194 clean/524
Marsha Sumpter...................180/521
Charlene Kjerstad.................177/454
Judy Papousek......................168/442
Donna Newman.................2-7-8 split
Shirley Parsons ..................3-10 split
Wednesday Nite Early
Just Tammy’s................................6-2
Morrison’s Haying ........................5-3
Dorothy’s Catering .......................5-3
Chiefie’s Chicks ............................4-4
Wall Food Center..........................4-4
99 Pins...........................................4-4
First National Bank .....................3-5
Dakota Bar....................................1-7
Highlights:
Amy Morrison ..............................200
Shar Moses...................................186
Dani Herring................................162
Alicia Heathershaw.....................312
Rhonda McLaughlin .............181/487
Traci Radway ...............................170
Dorothy Hansen...........................191
Amanda Nelson............................179
Tammy Williams..........................151
Kathy Arthur ........................181/494
Cristi Ferguson.....................180/483
Val Schulz..........................4-5-7 split
Ashley Reckling..................3-10 split
Thursday Nite Men’s
O’Connell Const ..................29.5-22.5
A&M Laundry.....................25.5/26.5
The Steakhouse.........................25/27
Wee Badd ..................................25/27
Coyles...........................................N/A
W.R. Tanks ..................................N/A
Dakota Bar ..................................N/A
McDonnell Farms........................N/A
Highlights:
Bill Slovek .............................211/521
Alex Moos ..............................213/559
Dane Hellekson............................185
Jack Heinz.............................223/598
Harlan Moos..........................216/577
Matt Schofield .....3-10 split; 209/588
Wendell Buxcel ............................215
Brian Pearson.......5-7 & 2-5-7 splits;
.....................194, 200 both clean/576
John Heltzel ................191 clean/563
Jerry Kroetch ....................5-7-9 split
Greg Arthur........................3-10 split
Friday Nite Mixed
Hart to Hart................................10-2
Randy’s Spray Service..................9-3
High Rollers ..................................7-5
Roy’s Amigo’s ................................6-6
Rusty Spurs ..................................5-7
Cristi’s Crew.................................4-8
Rowdy Rollers ...............................4-8
King Pins.......................................3-9
Highlights:
Dakota Alfrey ...5-8-10 & 3-10 splits;
...............................................199/530
Earl Park...............................253/646
Ryan Eisenbraun..................201/528
Kelly Fees.....................................180
Roy Miller.....................................175
Trina Brown..........................195/536
Duane Hand..........................214/535
Brian Pearson .......................213/539
Skyler Patterson.................5-10 split
Michael Schofield ...............5-10 split
Tanner Norman....................5-7 split
Roy Miller .............................5-7 split
Jerry Iron Moccasin .........3-7-9-10 &
...........................................3-10 splits
Sam Sauer ............................2-7 split
The first half of the home game
between the Philip Scotties and the
Jones County Coyotes was tied 21-
21. The game Friday, January 6,
went south from there, for a 51-67
loss for Philip.
The Scotties exchanged baskets,
even holding the lead most of the
time, until a little over a minute re-
mained in the first quarter. The
Coyotes surged ahead to gain a five
point lead. In the second quarter,
Philip’s defense struggled to stymie
Jones County, holding them to just
five points. Philip tied the score at
19-19, then again to end the first
half.
Philip’s defense stumbled a bit in
the third quarter, but the Scotties
were still within reach of their op-
ponents. The final quarter blew
wide open. Both teams scored more
than in any previous quarter.
Jones County’s offense played
heavier on the scoreboard.
Philip 11 10 11 19 = 51
Jones Co. 16 5 18 28 = 67
Philip scorers: Thomas Doolittle – 19,
Colter Cvach – 8, Austin O’Dea and Kyle
Schulz – 6 each, Cody Reder – 5, Tate De-
Jong – 3, Nelson Holman and Quade
Slovek – 2 each.
Jones County scorers: Philip Mathews –
32, Skylar Jackson – 12, Gus Volmer – 9,
Jackson Volmer – 4, Wyatt Walker and
Skylar Miller – 3 each, Josh Daum and
Wyatt Weber – 2 each.
Philip field goals – 32% (16 of 50).
Free throws: Philip – 41% (7 of 17),
Jones County – 63% (19 of 30).
Philip three pointers – 25% (4 of 16).
Philip rebounds – 26. Leaders: Gunner
Hook – 10, Cvach – 4, Doolittle – 3, Hol-
man – 2, Reder, Wyatt Schaack, Schulz,
Paul Guptill, Quade Sovek, DeJong and
Tristen Rush – 1 each.
Philip assists – 12. Leaders: Doolittle –
3, O’Dea, Holman and Rush – 2 each,
Reder, Hook and DeJong – 1 each.
Philip steals – 5. Leaders: Reder – 3,
Hook – 2.
Philip blocks – 2. Leaders: Hook and
Cvach – 1 each.
Team fouls: Philip – 23, Jones County –
19. Fouled out: Philip’s O’Dea, Jones
County’s Walker.
A five point spread gave the
Philip Scotties’ junior varsity boys
the victory over the the Jones
County Coyotes.
For the first quarter, Philip held
the lead. The Scotties dominated
the second quarter and held a 11
point lead at half time. The Coyotes
greatly narrowed the gap in the
third quarter, but Philip held on to
a five point lead. The fourth quar-
ter was a stalemate with eight
point gained by each team. The
previous lead by Philip held for the
win.
Philip 8 16 3 8 = 35
Jones Co. 5 5 12 8 = 30
Philip scorers: Brody Jones – 7, Holman
and Cassidy Schnabel – 6 each, Schaack and
Rush – 4 each, Marcus Martinez, Guptill and
Brian Pfeifle – 2 each, Blake Martinez and
Slovek – 1 each.
Jones County scorers: Jackson – 7, Weber,
John King and Connor Venard – 5 each,
Miller – 3, Chad Johnson and Cody Hight – 2
each, Clayton Evans – 1.
Philip field goals – 39% (13 of 33).
Free throws: Philip – 43% (6 of 14), Jones
County – 62% (8 of 13).
Philip three pointers – 20% (1 of 5).
Philip rebounds – 19. Leaders: Rush – 4,
B. Martinez, Schnabel – 3 each, Guptill and
Slovek – 2 each, Holman, Kruse Bierle, M.
Martinez, Schaack and Jones – 1 each.
Philip assists – 11. Leaders: Holman and
Rush – 3 each, B. Martinez – 2, Ben Stangle,
Schaack and Guptill – 1 each.
Philip steals – 8. Leaders: Guptill and
Gavin Brucklacher – 2 each, Stangle, B. Mar-
tinez, Slovek and Rush – 1 each.
Philip blocks – 1. Leader: Guptill – 1.
Team fouls: Philip – 13, Jones County –
15.
The Philip Scotties will play next
in the Jones County Basketball
Tournament, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, January 12-14.

Philip falls in last quarter to Jones County
Clearing
for launch
... By the time
Philip Scot-
ties’ Gunner
Hook rocketed
up for this
shot, the Jones
County Coy-
ote defender
had already
discovered
that he had
been far too
close to keep
his own bal-
ance.
Photos by
Del Bartels
Tate DeJong
Below:
Tristen Rush
The Philip Lady Scotties basket-
ball team hosted the Dupree
Tigers, Saturday, January 7.
Dupree simply outplayed Philip
statistically. More rebounds, fewer
turnovers and more successful bas-
kets added up to a solid win for the
visiting team.
The first basket was made by the
Tigers, but the Scotties kept a fair
exchange most of the quarter. With
20 seconds remaining, and the
score at 11-10, Dupree sank a three
pointer to end the quarter at 11-13.
For the first part of the second
quarter, Philip stayed within two
baskets of their opponents. Then
the three pointers took their toll
and the Scotties felt a widening
margin grow in front of them. The
first half ended 15-26.
Offensively, the third quarter
was no better for the Scotties than
the second one was. Only four
points for the home team hurt
when the visitors gained 14 more.
Philip pushed hard in the final
stretch, putting 11 more points on
the scoreboard. But Dupree sank
15 points of their own.
Philip 11 4 4 11 = 30
Dupree 13 13 14 15 = 55
Philip scorers: Josie Guptill – 12,
Audra Antonsen – 8, Jordyn Dekker –
4, Sam Johnson and Bailey Radway – 3
each.
Dupree top scorers: Callie Henderson
and Kesse Deal – 16 each, Jazmyn
Schiempp, Alysha O’Connell and Wil-
low Pretends Eagle – 4 each.
Philip field goals – 19% (13 of 66).
Free throws: Philip – 18% (4 of 22,
Dupree – 58% (7 of 12).
Rebounds: Philip – 33, Dupree – 35.
Philip leaders: Antonsen and Guptill –
8 each, Johnson – 6, Holly Iwan – 5,
Dekker – 3, Misty Johnson – 2, Rad-
way – 1.
Philip assists – 10. Leaders: Guptill –
6, Antonsen – 2, Kaci Olivier and M.
Johnson – 1 each.
Philip steals – 13. Leaders: Guptill
and Radway – 5 each, Iwan, M. John-
son and Dekker – 1 each.
Philip blocks – 1. Leader: M. John-
son – 1.
Turnovers: Philip – 27, Dupree – 20.
Team fouls: Philip – 18, Dupree – 20.
Fouled out: Dupree’s Cassidy Hollow
Horn.
The junior varsity Lady Scotties
kept both sides of the scoreboard
lower, but also fell to the Tigers.
Three of the four quarters were
within one or two points. In the
third quarter is where Dupree
pulled away and held the lead.
Philip 5 6 4 6 = 21
Dupree 7 7 10 7 = 31
Philip scorers: Dekker and Katlin
Knutson – 4 each, Justina Cvach and
Brett Carley – 3 each, Olivier, Ariana
Arampatzis and Ashton Reedy – 2 each,
Hanna Hostutler – 1.
Dupree top scorers: Pretends Eagle –
13, Jamalia Franzen – 6, Hollow Horn –
4, Peyton Smith – 3.
Philip field goals – 19% (8 of 41).
Free throws: Philip – 38% (5 of 13),
Dupree – 25% (2 of 8).
Philip three pointers – 0 (0 of 1).
Rebounds: Philip – 22, Dupree – 30.
Philip leaders: Dekker – 7, Carley – 4,
Peyton DeJong – 2, Olivier, Aram-
patzis, Radway, Knutson, Hostutler,
Reedy and Tyanna Gottsleben – 1 each.
Philip assists – 3. Leaders: Dekker,
Radway and DeJong – 1 each.
Philip steals – 13. Leaders: Radway –
3, Olivier, Arampatzis, Knutson, Hos-
tutler and Reedy – 1 each.
Philip blocks – 2. Leaders: Dekker –
2.
Turnovers: Philip – 26, Dupree – 17.
Team fouls: Philip – 12, Dupree – 15.
Fouled out: Dupree’s Breann Stevens.
The Lady Scotties were next on
the court Tuesday, January 10,
hosting the Sully Buttes Chargers.
Philip Lady Scotties defeated by Tigers, 55-30
Crowded rebound ... Philip’s Bailey Radway (#43) had no clear landing
from this attempted rebound. Teammate Josie Guptill (#21) is in the midst of
the action as well at the Philip Scotties versus the Dupree Tigers game Saturday,
January 7. Photo by Del Bartels
Unblockable shot ... Philip’s Jor-
dyn Dekker handily gets this shot past
her Dupree Tiger defender.
A true double-team for the rebound ... This Dupree Tiger had no
chance of retrieving this rebound
from the teamwork of Philip’s Sam
Johnson (#25) and Misty Johnson
(#15).
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Proceedings of the
City of PhiIip
REGULAR MEETING
JANUARY 3, 2012
A regular meeting of the Philip City Coun-
cil was held on Tuesday, January 3, 2012,
at 7:00 p.m. in the Community Room of
the Haakon Co. Courthouse. Present
were Mayor John F. Hart, Finance Officer
Monna Van Lint, Council Members Tom
Struble, Shirley Chin, Greg Arthur, Jason
Harry, John Kangas, and Mike Vetter.
Also present were Deputy Finance Officer
Brittany Smith, Public Works Director
Matt Reckling, Police Officer David Butler,
Street/ Sewer Supt. Rick Coyle, Gen.
Maint. Jason Petersen, Del Bartels with
the Pioneer Review; and later, City Attor-
ney Gay Tollefson.
Absent: None.
Motion was made by Vetter, seconded by
Arthur to approve the agenda as pre-
sented. Motion carried.
Motion was made by Vetter, seconded by
Harry to approve payment of the bills from
the appropriated funds. Motion carried.
This Month's BiIIs:
CSDED, 2012 Membership
Dues .......................................800.00
Dakotacare Health Ìns., Employee
Health Premium - 01/12 ....10,037.94
Delta Dental Ìns., Employee Dental
Premium - 01/12 .....................660.10
1st Nat'l Agency, Amb. Vehicle Ìns. -
2012 ....................................2,189.00
1st Nat'l Bank - Philip, Safe Deposit
Box Rent - 2012 .......................12.00
1st Nat'l Bank - S.F., SRF Loan #02
Pay #158 - 01/12 .................2,163.90
SRF Loan #03 Pay #61 -
01/12 ...................................2,223.41
Haakon Co. Treasurer Office Rent -
01/12 ........................................60.00
Ìngram Hardware, Supplies -
12/11............................................3.59
Nat'l Tactical Officers Assoc., Butler
Membership Dues - 2012 .........40.00
Neve's Uniforms & Equip., PD Holster -
12/11 .......................................109.99
SD Airport Mgmt Assoc., 2012
Membership Dues ....................25.00
SD Assoc. Code Enforcement, 2012
Membership Dues ....................40.00
SD Building Officials Assoc., 2012
Membership Dues ....................50.00
SD DENR, Wastewater Permit Fee -
2012 ....................................1,500.00
Operator Cert. Renewals -
2012 ..........................................30.00
SD Dept. of Revenue, Sales Tax
Payable - 12/11 ......................321.67
SD Gov't Finance Officers Assoc., 2012
Membership Dues ....................70.00
SD Gov't Human Resource Assoc.,
2012 Membership Dues ...........25.00
SD Mun. Attorneys' Assoc., 2012
Membership Dues ....................20.00
SDML, 2012 Membership Dues ..838.64
SDML, Workers Comp Fund Work
Comp Ìnsurance - 2012 .......8,648.00
SD Mun. Street Maint. Assoc., 2012
Membership Dues ....................35.00
SD Police Chiefs Assoc., 2012
Membership Dues ....................96.09
SD Water & Wastewater Assoc., 2012
Membership Dues ....................20.00
Tollefson, Gay, Attorney Retainer -
01/12 ......................................200.00
USDA, RD Loan Pay #85 -
01/12 ...................................3,069.00
US Postal Service, Stamps -
01/12 ......................................176.00
Total Expenditures -
01/03/12 ..........................$33,464.33
OId Business:
Council reviewed and discussed imple-
menting a dog ordinance that was tabled
from the Dec. 29, 2011, meeting. The City
Ordinances from 1939, 1962, and 1980
regarding dog ordinances that limited the
number of dogs as well as the licensing
of dogs were reviewed. City Ordinance
from 1989 noted that a majority of these
ordinances were repealed at that time.
Mayor Hart stated that, in his opinion, this
is one neighborhood problem that the
community as a whole will be punished
for if the Council were to adopt an ordi-
nance that requires licensing of animals.
He stressed that the City already has or-
dinances in place regulating and enforc-
ing barking dogs (City Ordinance 15-508,
Disturbing the Peace). Ìt needs to be en-
forced, which again he stressed, was his
personal opinion.
Council Member Vetter reiterated that
since the City already has an ordinance
that covers this complaint, why then,
would we adopt anything else. There is
an obvious ongoing problem with one in-
dividual property owner that needs to be
addressed, not the entire community.
Mayor Hart questioned Officer Butler as
to the Police Dept.'s protocol for barking
dog complaints. Butler advised that they
go to the area and listen for barking dogs.
They also make contact with the owner of
the alleged barking dog(s) and advise
them of the complaint.
Council Member Chin stressed that these
complaints need to be followed through
on. She also highly recommended that
the officer responding to the complaint
needs to dismount the police vehicle and
physically be in close range of the ani-
mals before determining if they bark. Ìn
her opinion, driving by the yard is not
going to give a good assessment of the
complaint.
Council Member Harry agreed with Chin,
stating that his neighborhood members
are afraid to walk down the street in front
of the property that is of concern. He also
noted that this problem in his neighbor-
hood has been going on for over a year
and a number of the neighbors have
signed formal complaints.
Council Member Arthur did recommend
giving a warning for the first complaint as
there may be innocent occurrences. Ìf this
does not resolve the problem, then the
Police Dept. needs to do more, which
may include issuing the dog owner an or-
dinance violation fine.
Mayor Hart conducted a straw poll of the
Council as to how they would like to ad-
dress the situation with the barking dog
complaint and the idea of adopting an or-
dinance that would limit the number of
dogs and require licensing of dogs.
By general consensus, the majority of
Council and their comments included that
of keeping the ordinance as is and en-
force it; not to adopt any additional ordi-
nances.
Mayor Hart advised the Council that he
would visit with Chief Graham regarding
day and shall be so observed.
PURCHASE OF CD'S
To authorize the City Finance Officer
and/or the Deputy Finance Officer to pur-
chase Certificates of Deposit as
he/she/they deem appropriate.
Motion was made by Kangas, seconded
by Harry to approve the monthly 2012
Cash Management Account Ìnterest Allo-
cation to the following: General Fund -
45.8675%; Special Revenue Fund -
0.0000%; Water Fund - 25.31812%;
Sewer Fund - 23.77751%; and, Garbage
Fund - 5.03687%. Motion carried.
Council reviewed Resolution #2001-02,
Establishing Rates and Fee Schedule for
the City.
Ìt was noted that the following changes
have been recommended. The sewer
rates were updated to reflect the current
rates which are in effect through the April
2012 utility billing. PWD Reckling has
also recommended increasing the loader
and motor grader rental to $100.00 and
$110.00 per hour plus labor respectively.
Charges for the disposal of roll-off dump-
sters to the rubble site have been added
for City and Out of City residents at $300
and $500 per load plus tax respectively.
The swimming pool season pass rates of
$55.00 for a single pass and $100.00 for
a family pass were also reviewed along
with the following three rate options. Op-
tion #1: single $55.00; 2-person $75.00;
3-person $100.00; and, 4-person and
more $125.00. Option #2: single $55.00
plus $20 for each additional person on
the pass. Option #3: single $55.00; 2-per-
son $75.00, 3-person $100.00; 4-person
$125.00; and, 5-person and more
$150.00. (For the record, the single pass
rate of $55.00 does not increase in any of
the options.)
DFO Smith noted that these pass options
are a result of the inquiries received dur-
ing the 2011 pool season. Some of the
comments included that of, "why does a
family of two have to pay the same
amount for a pool pass as a family of six.¨
The other concern is that our current pass
is limited to immediate family only, which
does not allow for all household mem-
bers. The example of a couple with chil-
dren living together unmarried was given
as only those in the immediate family are
allowed on the pass. All of these options
would remove this limitation by changing
it to household members, limiting the
pass to two adults and the children living
in the household.
Different scenarios were reviewed as Vet-
ter stated that his family of three has no
problem paying the same as a family of
six. DFO Smith also noted that her fam-
ily's pass would more than likely change
from a 4-person pass to a 3-person pass
as one of her family members would not
use the pass.
Keeping the pool pass rates affordable
was also noted as a concern. The City is
not trying to make more money, but make
it fairer for the smaller households. Ìt was
stressed that the swimming pool does not
and will not make a profit, but it does pro-
vide a service to the community. This was
noted while reviewing the pool's ex-
penses versus revenues from 2011 which
showed an approximated loss of
$46,184.71.
Arthur stated that the $150 pass for a
family of 5 and more in option #3 was too
high, in his opinion. He stressed that we
need to keep it affordable.
Vetter then went on to say that if the City
was to change the pool pass rates, he is
in favor of option #1. Ìn his opinion, it
would be fair to those with 1, 2, or 3 peo-
ple in the household and still be afford-
able for the larger households.
Following the discussion, motion was
made by Vetter, seconded by Arthur to
approve Resolution #2001-02, Establish-
ing Rates and Fee Schedule for 2012 in-
cluding the noted changes to the sewer
rates, roll-off dumpster rubble site fees,
loader and grader rental fees, and pool
season pass option #1 rates. Motion car-
ried with all members voting aye.
Motion was then made by Kangas, sec-
onded by Struble to approve Resolution
#2001-03, Establishing Penalties, Fines
and Fees for Violation of City Ordinances
for 2012 with no changes. Motion carried
with all members voting aye.
(Both Resolutions #2001-02 and #2001-
03 are on file in the Finance Office.)
Departmental Reports:
The monthly Police Dept. report was pre-
sented and reviewed with Chief Graham.
their decision to enforce the current City
Ordinance #15-508, Disturbing the
Peace.
New Business:
Motion was made by Struble, seconded
by Chin to approve the following annual
resolutions: Resolution of Non-Discrimi-
nation, Naming the Official Depository
and Newspaper for 2012, Establishing
Legally Observed Holidays for City Em-
ployees, and Authorizing the Purchase of
Certificates of Deposits for the year. Mo-
tion carried.
Non-Discrimination
ResoIution
"Ìt is hereby provided that no
person in the United States
shall, on the basis of Race,
Color, Sex, Age, Handicapped,
Religion, or National Origin be
excluded from participation in,
be denied the benefits of, or
subjected to discrimination
under any program or activity
in whole or in part which is con-
ducted under the auspices of
the City of Philip, South
Dakota.¨
OfficiaI Depository
To name the First National Bank in Philip,
South Dakota as the official depository for
the City of Philip, South Dakota.
OfficiaI Newspaper
To name the Pioneer Review as the offi-
cial newspaper for the City of Philip,
South Dakota.
LegaI HoIidays for City EmpIoyees
New Year's Day - January 01
Memorial Day - the last Monday in May
July 4th
Labor Day - the 1st Monday in Sep-
tember
Veteran's Day - 11th day of November
Thanksgiving Day - 4th Thursday in
November
Friday after Thanksgiving
Christmas Day - December 25th
December 24th or 26th - as decided by
majority vote of employees
Ìf the first day of January, the fourth day
of July, the eleventh day of November, or
the twenty-fifth day of December falls
upon a Sunday, the Monday following is
a legal holiday and shall be so observed;
and, if any such day falls upon a Satur-
day, the preceding Friday is a legal holi-
First NationaI Bank in PhiIip
Report of Condition
December 31, 2011
RESOURCES:
Cash & Due From Banks .......................................................................$2,026,000.00
Federal Funds Sold................................................................................$8,000,000.00
United States Bonds ............................................................................................$0.00
U.S. Agency Bonds ..............................................................................$20,415,000.00
State & Municipal Bonds......................................................................$14,578,000.00
Other Ìnvestments..................................................................................$2,192,000.00
Federal Reserve Bank Stock ......................................................................$48,000.00
Loans & Leases (Net) ........................................................................$106,853,000.00
Bank Premises & Equipment .................................................................$1,892,000.00
Other Assets...........................................................................................$8,716,000.00
TOTAL RESOURCES........................................................................$164,720,000.00
LIABILITIES:
Capital Stock.......................................$800,000.00
Surplus................................................$800,000.00
Undivided Profits............................$18,401,000.00
Market Value Adj.-Sec......................$1,641,000.00
TOTAL CAPÌTAL ACCOUNTS .............................................................$21,642,000.00
Other Liabilities ......................................................................................$2,508,000.00
Deposits .............................................................................................$140,570,000.00
TOTAL LIABILITIES..........................................................................$164,720,000.00
[Published January 12, 2012, at the total approximate cost of $37.60]
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dcrcd. A $2.00 lilling cIargc will
lc addcd if ad is noi ¡aid ai iIc
iinc iIc ordcr is ¡laccd.
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und ¡¡ícnds ¡o¡ tIc uondc¡¡uí
cu¡d sIouc¡, gí¡ts, ¡íouc¡s und
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candidaics will lc fricndly, flc×-
illc, IigIly confidcniial and
worl wcll wiiI cIildrcn. Duiics
includc nursing and ¡rcvcnia-
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iIc scIool. Plcasc call Dcv
Siradingcr ai iIc Isalcl Clinic
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(605} 466-2120 or 800-568-
2529.
CUSTEF FECIONAL HOSPITAL
Ias an c×ccllcni o¡¡oriuniiy for
a full iinc Nursc Praciiiioncr or
PIysician Assisiani. Locaicd in
iIc lcauiiful Dlacl Hills of Wcsi-
crn SouiI Daloia, our ¡raciicc
sciiings arc surroundcd ly na-
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Parl & Crazy Horsc. Enjoy a
nild clinaic and nany ouidoor
aciiviiics, sucI as Iiling, lil-
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norc infornaiion ai www.rc-
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linc. TIis wclsiic offcrs nucI
norc infornaiion aloui our fa-
ciliiics, lcncfiis, and iIc arca.
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Molridgc, SD is sccling a full-
iinc clulIousc nanagcr. Con-
iaci Ki¡ Kciicring, PO Do× 113,
Molridgc, SD 57601, lciicr-
ing¸yaIoo.con, or 605-230-
0373.
OWNEF/OPEFATOFS $5,000
Sign-On Donus! Tons of warn,
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Sand Hauling. Musi Iavc irac-
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faciliiy. Call 1-800-843-8626 or
570-954-2268
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Sysicn Insiallcr for Vcicrans Fa-
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and ccriificd ¡lans su¡¡licd.
Call 1-800-843-8626 or 570-
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WANTED. SEFVICE TECHNI-
CIANS ai a siallc dcalcrsIi¡
wiiI iIrcc locaiions in SouiI
Daloia. E×ccllcni lcncfii ¡acl-
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CONTFACT SALESPEFSONS
scll acrial ¡Ioiogra¡Iy of farns,
connission lasis, $6,000-
$10,000/noniI. Provcn ¡roduci
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Fccord connodiiy ¡riccs 1-877-
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CUSTOMEF SEFVICE FEP for
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40Irs/wccl. Quici Ionc lascd
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206-0323 Enail rcsunc or
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PAFTS PEFSON NEEDED, JoIn
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JoIn Dccrc dcalcrsIi¡ o¡cra-
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Davison Couniy In¡lcncni,
MiicIcll, SD; a ¡ari of C&D O¡-
craiions, LLC. A¡¡licanis sIould
¡osscss good lnowlcdgc of farn
cqui¡ncni, con¡uicr slills, rc-
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irain iIc rigIi ¡crson. Wc offcr
JoIn Dccrc iraining, con¡ciiiivc
¡ay, full lcncfii ¡aclagc, includ-
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57078, or c-nail io
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57042
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TO CONSIGN CATTLE OR HAVE A REPRESENTATIVE LOOK AT YOUR CATTLE, GIVE US A CALL:
THOR ROSETH, Owner
(605} 685.5826
BILLY MARKWED, FIeIdman
Midland · (605} 567.3385
JEFF LONG, FIeIdmanJAuctIoneer
Fcd Owl · (605} 985.5486
Ccll. (605} 515.0186
LYNN WEISHAAR, AuctIoneer
Fcva · (605} 866.4670
DAN PIROUTEK, AuctIoneer
Milcsvillc · (605} 544.3316
STEVEN STEWART
Yard Foreman
(605} 441.1984
BOB ANDERSON, FIeIdman
Siurgis · (605} 347.0151
BAXTER ANDERS, FIeIdman
Wasia · (605} 685.4862
PHILIP LIVESTOCK AUCTION
(60S) SS9:2S??
www.pbIIIpIIvestock.com
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Upoom1ng Co111e So1es:
TUESDAY, JAN. 1?: SPECIAL STOCK COW & DFED
HEIFEF SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE. WEIGH-UPS: 10
A.M. MCPHERSON ANGUS: 12 P.M. (MT} BRED CATTLE
TO FOLLOW. EAFLY CONSICNMENTS.
DISPERSIONS:
LLOYD FREIN ºCOMPLETE DISPERSION" - 100 DLK & DWF 4 YF
OLD TO DFK MOUTH COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 4-1 FOF 60 DAYS
CODY WEYER ºDISPERSION OF COMING 3 YR OLDS" - 90 DLK
& DWF COMINC 3 YF OLD COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-25 FOF 60 DAYS
BRED HEIFERS.
RICHARD PAPOUSEK º340 BRED HFRS" - 74 DWF FIFST
CFOSS AI'D HFFS (OFICINATED OFF OF PEFAULT FANCH}; AI'D TO
SON OF FFEICHTLINEF; CLV. 2-25 FOF 3 DAYS. 83 DLK ANC AI'D
HFFS (OFICINATED OFF OF CILDEFT ANCUS FANCH}; AI'D TO SON
OF FFEICHTLINEF; CLV. 2-25 FOF 3 DAYS. 180 DLK & DWF DULL
DFED HFFS; DFED. LDW ¹ DFOTHEFS; CLV. 3-7 (SOFTED INTO 10
DAY CLVC PEFIODS}
PETERSEN BEARPAW RANCH - 150 DLK & FED AI'D HFFS; DLKS
DFED. DLK & FEDS DFED. FED; CLV. 2-20 (SOFTED INTO 20 DAY
CLVC PEFIODS}
CHILDERS RANCH - 64 DLK & DWF HFFS; DFED. LDW DLK; CLV.
3-25 FOF 15 DAYS
POSS RANCH - 40 DLK & DWF HFFS (HF, 1000=}; DFED. 3-1 TO
4-24 (SOFTED INTO SHOFT CLVC CFOUPS}
EDGAR SIMON - 20 MOSTLY HEFF HFFS; DFED. POLLED HEFF;
CLV. 3-25
MIKE VAUGHN - 20 DLK SOLID TO DFK MOTUH COWS;
DFED.DLK; CLV.3-1 FOF 60 DAYS
DON MOODY - DLK & DWF HFFS; DFED. LDW DLK; CLV. 3-25
DAVID CUNY - 10 DLK HFFS; DFED. LDW ANC; CLV. 3-20
STOCK COWS:
EDGAR SIMON - 50 HEFF FED ANC X MXD ACE COWS; DFED.
POLLED HEFF & FED ANC; CLV. 3-25
THOMPSON CATTLE CO - 50 DLK SOLID TO DFK MOUTH COWS;
DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-15
LYLE DELBRIDGE - 20 DLK 4 TO 6 YF OLD COWS; DFED. DLK;
CLV. 3-25 FOF 60 DAYS
BILL BRUNSKILL ÷ 5 DLK 4 TO 5 YF OLD COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV.
3-20 FOF 60 DAYS
BROKEN MOUTH COWS:
MERLE & LINDA STILWELL - 140 DLK & DWF DFK MOUTH
TUESDAY, MAR. 2?: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CATTLE
SALE
TUESDAY, APR. 3: SPECIAL STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF SALE & FECU-
LAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, APR. 10: SPECIAL CFASS-TIME, FEPLACEMENT HEIFEFS, &
FEEDLOT CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, APR. 1?: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE FEATUFINC DANCS
VACCINATED HEIFEFS & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, APR. 24: SPECIAL STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF & PAIF SALE &
FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAY 1: DULL DAY & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAY S: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CATTLE
SALE
TUESDAY, MAY 1S: SPECIAL PAIF, STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF SALE &
FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAY 22: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CATTLE
SALE
TUESDAY, MAY 29: NO SALE
TUESDAY, JUNE S: SPECIAL PAIF SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JUNE 12: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CATTLE
SALE
TUESDAY, JUNE 19: FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JUNE 26: DFY COW SPECIAL & SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JULY 3: NO SALE
TUESDAY, JULY 10: FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JULY 1?: FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JULY 24: FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, JULY 31: SPECIAL ANNIVEFSAFY YEAFLINC & FALL CALF SALE
& FECULAF CATTLE SALE & ANNIVEFSAFY DDQ
2DJ2 Bu11 So1es:
TUESDAY, JAN. 1?: MCPHEFSON ANCUS 12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, FEB. ?: CHEYENNE CHAFOLAIS 12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, FEB. 21: STOUT CHAFOLAIS 12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, FEB. 2S: DEEP CFEEK ANCUS & MILLAF ANCUS 12.00
P.M. MT
TUESDAY, MAR. 2?: FOCHAIF ANCUS 12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, APR. 3: SLOVEK FANCH ANCUS & ANCUS PLUS CE-
NETICS DULL SALE 12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, APR. 10: ANDEFS & DAMFOW LONCHOFN 12.00 P.M.
MT
WEDNESDAY, APR. 11: TFASK & PETEFSON ANCUS 1.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, APR. 24: FOFTUNE'S FAFTEF U+ ANCUS 12.00 P.M. MT
TUESDAY, MAY 1: DULL DAY
2DJ2 Horse So1es:
TUESDAY, FEB. 21: OPEN CONSICNMENT HOFSE SALE FOLLOW-
INC THE CATTLE SALE.
COWS; DFED. CHAF; CLV. 3-1
JOHN EISENBRAUN - 50 DLK DFK MOUTH COWS; DFED. DLK;
CLV. 4-1
TOM TRASK - 50 DLK DFK MOUTH COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 4-5
FORREST STEWART - 45 DLK DFK MOUTH COWS; DFED. DLK;
CLV. 3-27
ED HEEB - 40 DLK & FED X DFK MOUTH COWS; DFED. DLK DAL-
ANCEF; CLV. 3-22
DAVID JOHANNESAN - 30 DLK & DWF DFK MOUTH COWS;
DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-1 FOF 90 DAYS
RUSSELL SIMONS - 30 DLK DFK MOUTH COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV.
3-28 FOF 60 DAYS
LYLE LONG - 25 DLK, DWF & A FEW FED DFK MOUTH COWS;
DFED. CHAF; CLV. 3-10 FOF 60 DAYS
LYNN FIELDS - 25 DLK & DWF DFK MOUTH COWS; DFED. CHAF;
CLV. 3-15 FOF 60 DAYS
RAY MANSFIELD - 20 DLK DFK MOUTH COWS; DFED. FISSE
DLK; CLV. 3-20
TRIPLE S LAND & CATTLE - 20 DLK, DWF & A FEW HEFF DFK
MOUTH COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-25 FOF 60 DAYS
SCOTT CUNY - 20 DLK & DWF DFK MOUTH COWS; DFED. DLK;
CLV. 3-25
LEE HICKS - 20 DLK DFK MOUTH COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-25
SEAN DEAL - 10 DLK & FED DFK MOUTH COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV.
4-1
MOR£ CONS1GNM£NTS BY SAL£ DAY. CALL THOR ROS£TH AT
tDS-SS9-2S?? OR tSS-SS2t FOR MOR£ 1NFORMAT1ON.
TUESDAY, JAN. 24: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CAT-
TLE SALE
TUESDAY, JAN. 31: STOCK SHOW SPECIAL, SPECIAL STOCK COW &
DFED HEIFEF SALE & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, FEB. ?: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CAT-
TLE SALE
TUESDAY, FEB. 14: SPECIAL STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF SALE &
FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, FEB. 21: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE FEATUFINC
DANCS VACCINATED HEIFEFS & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, FEB. 2S: SPECIAL STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF SALE &
FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAR. 6: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE FEATUFINC
DANCS VACCINATED HEIFEFS & FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAR. 13: SPECIAL STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF SALE &
FECULAF CATTLE SALE
TUESDAY, MAR. 20: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CATTLE
SALE
VIEW SALES LIVE ON THE INTERNET! Go to: www.pbIIIpIIvestock.com. UpcomIng saIes & consIgnments can be vIewed on tbe Internet at www.pbIIIpIIvestock.com, or on tbe DTN: CIIck on SALE BARNS NORTH CENTRAL
PLA is now quaIified to handIe third party verified
NHTC cattIe (Non-HormonaI Treated CattIe).
Reep suppor11ng R-CALF USA! R-CALF USA 1s our vo1oe 1n
governmen1 1o represen1 U.S. oo111e produoers 1n 1rode
morKe11ng 1ssues. ]o1n 1odog & Þe1p moKe o d1]]erenoe!
PhiIip Livestock Auction, in conjunction with Superior Livestock Auction,
wiII be offering video saIe as an additionaI service to our consignors,
with questions about the video pIease caII, Jerry Roseth at 605:685:5820.
CATTLE REPORT ~ TUESDAY, JAN. 10, 2012
Dig run of caiilc for our firsi fccdcr caiilc s¡ccial of
iIc ycar. Aggrcssivc narlci, lois of dollars ¡cr Icad.
CALVES:
NORMAN AMIOTTE - INTERIOR
74.............................................DLK STFS 688= ...............$161.00
12.............................................DLK STFS 575= ...............$175.00
50..................................DLK & DWF HFFS 605= ...............$157.50
8 ..............................................DLK HFFS 456= ...............$171.00
DUSTMAN RANCH PARTNERSHIP, LLP - CAPUTA
87 ..................................DLK & DWF STFS 601= ...............$173.25
20 ..................................DLK & DWF STFS 501= ...............$189.50
83..................................DLK & DWF HFFS 550= ...............$171.50
10..................................DLK & DWF HFFS 455= ...............$174.00
ROSS WILLIAMS - PHILIP
77 ..........................................CHAF HFFS 781= ...............$139.50
46 ..........................................CHAF HFFS 694= ...............$144.00
12.................................CHAF & DLK STFS 748= ...............$148.00
KEN BARTLETT - INTERIOR
53 ..................................DLK & DWF STFS 682= ...............$158.00
8...............................................DLK STFS 542= ...............$174.50
17.............................................DLK HFFS 576= ...............$162.00
LLOYD MARTI - NEW UNDERWOOD
42 ..................................DLK & DWF STFS 576= ...............$175.00
17.............................................DLK STFS 472= ...............$196.50
33.............................................DLK HFFS 509= ...............$174.50
6....................................DLK & DWF HFFS 449= ...............$172.00
LAWRENCE SCHREIBER - QUINN
24 ..................................DLK & DWF STFS 544= ...............$183.25
6...............................................DLK STFS 456= ...............$187.00
8....................................DLK & DWF HFFS 436= ...............$171.00
DAN PIROUTEK - MILESVILLE
78.................................CHAF & DLK STFS 719= ...............$157.00
13 ..................................DLK & DWF STFS 615= ...............$167.00
52 ..........................................CHAF HFFS 700= ...............$146.00
DONDEE KROLIKOWSKI - WANBLEE
12 ..................................DLK & DWF STFS 728= ...............$153.00
8....................................DLK & DWF HFFS 503= ...............$161.00
DAN GRUBL - STURGIS
47 ..................................DLK & DWF STFS 732= ...............$149.00
25.................................CHAF & FED STFS 711= ...............$145.00
16 .........................DLK, FED & CHAF STFS 599= ...............$163.25
11..................................DLK & DWF HFFS 584= ...............$153.00
16 ................................CHAF & FED HFFS 598= ...............$151.25
MERLE & LINDA STILWELL - KADOKA
47.............................................DLK HFFS 817= ...............$131.00
36.................................CHAF & DLK HFFS 683= ...............$146.75
19.................................CHAF & DLK STFS 721= ...............$149.00
HILL RANCH PART - WHITE RIVER
33 ..................................DLK & DWF STFS 559= ...............$185.25
13 ..................................DLK & DWF STFS 487= ...............$193.50
23..................................DLK & DWF HFFS 518= ...............$173.00
14..................................DLK & DWF HFFS 427= ...............$170.50
BRASSFIELD RANCH LLC - CAPUTA
24.............................................DLK STFS 583= ...............$176.00
9...............................................DLK STFS 469= ...............$197.50
PINNEY RANCH - PHILIP
14.............................................DLK STFS 576= ...............$174.00
SHANE GRUBL - RED OWL
9...............................................DLK STFS 548= ...............$173.00
HENRY KARRELS - STURGIS
8 ....................................DLK & DWF STFS 571= ...............$172.50
15..................................DLK & DWF HFFS 561= ...............$173.00
BOB AMIOTTE - WANBLEE
3...............................................DLK STFS 600= ...............$163.00
6....................................DLK & DWF HFFS 557= ...............$170.00
DANIEL KRUSE - INTERIOR
25.............................................DLK STFS 637= ...............$161.25
MARK WILLIAMS - KADOKA
8.............................................CHAF STFS 651= ...............$159.50
14 ..........................................CHAF HFFS 585= ...............$153.00
TRAVIS DEJONG - PHILIP
16...................................FED & DLK STFS 630= ...............$159.00
16 ..................................FED & DLK HFFS 574= ...............$150.00
RUDY ROTH - PHILIP
17 ..................................DLK & DWF STFS 672= ...............$158.75
23.............................................DLK HFFS 662= ...............$150.25
LYLE DELBRIDGE - UNION CENTER
32.............................................DLK STFS 632= ...............$164.00
PAUL SCHNOSE - BUFFALO GAP
22.............................................DLK STFS 467= ...............$194.50
45.............................................DLK HFFS 458= ...............$170.25
JERRY & TK SAMPSON - INTERIOR
12.............................................DLK STFS 421= ...............$184.00
14..................................DLK & DWF HFFS 436= ...............$167.00
JIM & ETHEL WHITCHER - SCENIC
12..................................DLK & DWF HFFS 468= ...............$175.00
10..................................DLK & DWF HFFS 407= ...............$170.00
LARRY GRAVATT - ELM SPRINGS
28..................................DLK & DWF HFFS 537= ...............$174.00
TABLE TOP RANCH - NEW UNDERWOOD
29.....................................DLK LH X STFS 402= ...............$160.50
11.....................................DLK LH X STFS 353= ...............$153.00
MCDANIEL RANCH - MIDLAND
27 ..................................DLK & DWF STFS 457= ...............$158.00
9....................................DLK & DWF HFFS 467= ...............$145.00
DON THORSON - KEYSTONE
4.............................................HEFF STFS 591= ...............$153.50
5.............................................HEFF STFS 466= ...............$168.00
6 ............................................HEFF HFFS 444= ...............$169.00
YEARLINGS:
ROSETH CATTLE CO - PHILIP
68 ..........................DLK & DWF SPAY HFFS 873= ...............$134.00
68...........................DLK & FED SPAY HFFS 868= ...............$133.25
64 ................................X DFED SPAY HFFS 904= ...............$125.00
ROSETH BROTHERS - MIDLAND
76...................................FED & DLK STFS 801= ...............$147.50
106 ........................DLK & DWF SPAY HFFS 763= ...............$140.25
67.........................CHAF & FED SPAY HFFS 809= ...............$136.00
63 ................................X DFED SPAY HFFS 724= ...............$130.50
PETERSON RANCH - PHILIP
10 ..................................DLK & DWF STFS 753= ...............$148.00
ROGER FORTUNE - QUINN
14 ....................................DLK OPEN HFFS 823= ...............$135.25
WEIGH-UPS:
LYLE LONG, JR - HOWES
8.............................................DLK HFFTS 913= ...............$106.50
MARLIN MAUDE - HERMOSA
1 ..............................................FED DULL 2005= ...............$98.00
1...............................................FED COW 1635= ...............$79.50
PAUL SCHNOSE - BUFFALO GAP
8.............................................DLK HFFTS 844= ...............$110.00
2 .......................................DLK COWETTES 985= .................$84.00
KETELSEN FAMILY TRUST - UNION CENTER
1 ...............................................DLK COW 1585= ...............$78.50
MORRIS JONES - MIDLAND
1...............................................DLK DULL 2055= ...............$95.50
SCARBOROUGH RANCH - HAYES
1...............................................DLK DULL 2185= ...............$97.50
1.........................................DLK COWETTE 920= .................$84.00
ROGER & CORY FORTUNE - QUINN
31 ............................................DLK HFFT 1018= ...............$98.50
1...............................................DLK DULL 1475= ...............$90.50
BILL O'CONNOR EST - PHILIP
1.............................................CHAF DULL 2180= .............$100.00
1.............................................CHAF DULL 2270= ...............$98.50
MICKEY & TOM SIMONS - WHITE OWL
10............................................DLK COWS 1160= ...............$80.50
2..............................................DLK COWS 1415= ...............$72.00
5 ...................................DLK & DWF COWS 1526= ...............$71.75
1 ...............................................DLK COW 1200= ...............$70.50
3..............................................DLK COWS 1283= ...............$70.00
1 ...............................................DLK COW 1335= ...............$69.00
2 .......................................DLK COWETTES 1020= ...............$93.00
1...............................................DLK DULL 1625= ...............$87.50
JOE AMIOTTE - INTERIOR
1 ...............................................DLK COW 1410= ...............$74.50
1...............................................FED COW 1535= ...............$70.50
1 ...............................................DLK COW 1090= ...............$64.50
1.........................................DLK COWETTE 1080= ...............$89.50
DONNA ADRIAN - WHITE RIVER
1 .............................................HEFF COW 1290= ...............$74.50
MATT VANDERMAY - LONG VALLEY
1...............................................DLK DULL 2155= ...............$90.00
1...............................................DLK DULL 1425= ...............$88.00
BLACK HILLS OSTRICH - STURGIS
1 .............................................CHAF COW 1530= ...............$74.00
1 .............................................CHAF COW 1255= ...............$71.50
1 ...............................................DLK COW 1610= ...............$67.00
1.............................................CHAF DULL 1885= ...............$92.00
BARNES RANCH - MURDO
12............................................DLK COWS 1249= ...............$73.25
3..............................................DLK COWS 1232= ...............$73.00
JAMES GOOD - MARTIN
1 ...............................................DLK COW 1555= ...............$73.00
3.............................DLK & DWF COWETTES 1205= ...............$89.50
JERRY WYATT - ORAL
1 ...............................................DLK COW 1695= ...............$72.50
1...............................................DWF COW 1455= ...............$71.00
1 ..............................................DLK HFFT 950= ...............$102.00
DALLIS BASEL - UNION CENTER
1...............................................FED COW 1350= ...............$72.50
2 ...................................FED & DLK COWS 1368= ...............$69.50
1...............................................FED COW 1660= ...............$66.50
1 ..............................................FED DULL 1730= ...............$90.00
TRIPLE S LAND & CATTLE - UNION CENTER
1...............................................DWF COW 1740= ...............$72.00
1...............................................DWF COW 1355= ...............$69.50
1...............................................DWF COW 1550= ...............$68.00
1...............................................DWF COW 1550= ...............$67.00
NICK RISSE - TUTHILL
1...............................................DLK DULL 1855= ...............$93.50
F LEE BALDWIN - ELM SPRINGS
1 ...............................................DLK COW 1545= ...............$72.00
1 ...............................................DLK COW 1345= ...............$68.50
2 .......................................DLK COWETTES 1128= ...............$85.00
1.........................................DLK COWETTE 1030= ...............$81.00
MIKE LONGBRAKE - HOWES
2 .............................................DLK DULLS 1920= ...............$87.50
DAN GRUBL - STURGIS
1 .............................................CHAF COW 1355= ...............$71.50
JARED SCHOFIELD - CODY, NE
4..............................................DLK COWS 1383= ...............$71.00
JERRY SAMPSON - INTERIOR
1 ...............................................DLK COW 1190= ...............$70.50
3 ...................................DLK & DWF COWS 1217= ...............$69.00
2..............................................DLK COWS 1193= ...............$67.50
1 ...............................................DLK COW 1180= ...............$67.00
JAMES ROCK - LONG VALLEY
1...............................................DLK DULL 2055= ...............$89.00
DENNIS & GWEN 2ELFER - SCENIC
1 .............................................HEFF COW 1605= ...............$70.00
1 .............................................HEFF COW 1435= ...............$67.00
WES & JUDITH REEVES - OWANKA
1...............................................DWF COW 1230= ...............$69.50
LYNN FIELDS - ELM SPRINGS
1...............................................FED COW 1235= ...............$81.00
1...............................................DWF COW 1630= ...............$69.00
1.............................................CHAF DULL 2090= ...............$84.00
LYNN GRAY - RAPID CITY
1...............................................FWF COW 1210= ...............$69.00
1 ...............................................DLK COW 1385= ...............$68.00
PHIL CARLEY - MILESVILLE
3..............................................DLK COWS 1390= ...............$68.75
UDDER EXPRESS INC. - NEW UNDERWOOD
3..............................................DLK COWS 1293= ...............$68.00
1 ...............................................DLK COW 1145= ...............$67.00
7 ...................................DLK & DWF COWS 1232= ...............$66.00
Proceedings of the
City of PhiIip
(continued from page 10)
The quarterly Street Dept. report was pre-
sented and reviewed with Street/ Sewer
Supt. Rick Coyle.
The monthly Water Dept. report was re-
viewed. The December 2011 water loss
was reported at 3.45%.
At 7:30 p.m., motion was made by Vetter,
seconded by Arthur to enter into execu-
tive session per SDCL 1-25-2(1) at the re-
quest of General Maintenance personnel,
Jason Petersen. Motion carried.
Council came out of executive session at
7:34 p.m. No action was taken at this
time.
Ìmmediately following at 7:35 p.m., a mo-
tion was made by Vetter, seconded by
Struble to reenter into executive session
per SDCL 1-25-2(1) for City personnel
2012 salary discussions. Motion carried.
Council came out of executive session at
7:59 p.m. with the following action:
Motion was made by Vetter, seconded by
Chin to approve employee salary in-
creases for 2012 wages at 3% for all em-
ployees and leave the Mayor and Council
Members meeting and quarterly salaries
the same. The pool employee wages will
be determined at a later date. Motion car-
ried with all members voting aye.
Employee Salaries for 2012 are as fol-
lows:
Butler, David A., Police Officer
$14.33/hr. - $2,483.87 Gross/Month
Coyle, Rickie L., Street/Sewer Supt.
$17.18/hr. - $2,977.87 Gross/Month
Graham, Kit W., Police Chief $19.76/hr.
- $3,425.07 Gross/Month
Pearson, Brian S., Gen. Maint./Utilities
Coord. $13.06/hr. - $2,263.73
Gross/Month
Petersen, Jason N., General Mainte-
nance $10.51/hr. - $1,821.73 Gross/
Month
Reckling, Matthew D., Public Works Di-
rector $17.68/hr. - $3,064.53 Gross/
Month
Smith, Brittany L., Deputy Finance Of-
ficer $11.78/hr. - $2,041.87 Gross/ Month
Van Lint, Monna F., Finance Officer
$16.61/hr. - $2,879.07 Gross/Month
Mayor $85.00/Mtg. and $450.00/Qtr.
Council Members $50.00/Mtg. and
$300.00/Qtr.
PubIic Comments:
None.
In Other Business:
Mayor and City Council Petitions can
begin circulating no earlier than Jan. 27,
2012.
The SDML Dinner and Day at the Legis-
lature is Feb. 7-8, 2012, in Pierre.
The 2011 departmental inventories are
due by Jan. 10, 2012.
The next regular Council Meeting will be
held on Monday, Feb. 6, 2012, at 7:00
p.m. in the Community Rm.
With no further business to come before
the Council, motion was made by Kan-
gas, seconded by Struble to declare the
meeting adjourned at 8:01 p.m.
/s/John Hart
John Hart, Mayor
ATTEST:
/s/Brittany Smith
Brittany Smith, Deputy Finance Officer
[Published January 12, 2012, at the total
approximate cost of $160.50]
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µornfuro ronchod l02´. Wo hnd fIvo
dnys of l00´ or nbovo, nnd 39 dnys
of 90´ or nbovo. Our Iowosf fomµor-
nfuro for 20ll wns Iobrunry 25fh,
whon fho fomµornfuro wns -22´.
Wo hnd 24 dnys of zoro or boIow,
nnd 8 dnys of -l0´ or boIow.
Tho coIdosf monfh wns Jnnunry,
wIfh nn nvorngo of l5´. Iobrunry
hnd nn nvorngo fomµornfuro of l9´,
nnd Mnrch hnd nn nvorngo of 2?´.
Tho hoffosf monfh wns JuIy,
wIfh nn nvorngo fomµornfuro of
??´, foIIowod by Augusf wIfh nn nv-
orngo fomµornfuro of 64´, nnd Soµ-
fombor, wIfh nn nvorngo fomµ-
ornfuro of 62´.
Tho yonr's nvorngo monfhIy hIgh
wns 58´, nvorngo monfhIy Iow wns
34´, nnd fho yonr's nvorngo fomµor-
nfuro wns 46´.
IrocIµIfnfIon for fho yonr, by
monfh, wns ns foIIows: Jnnunry,
.6?¨ (.35¨ nbovo normnI); Iobrunry
2.20¨ (l.62¨ nbovo normnI); Mnrch
.83¨ (.l8¨ boIow normnI); AµrII
2.l3¨ (.4l¨ nbovo normnI); Mny
2.96¨ (.34¨ nbovo normnI); Juno
6.45¨ (3.45¨ nbovo normnI); JuIy
l.02¨ (.95¨ boIow normnI); Augusf
3.46¨ (l.6l¨ nbovo normnI); Soµ-
fombor .?0¨ (.66¨ boIow normnI);
Ocfobor .?5¨ (.24¨ boIow normnI);
Þovombor .44¨ (.0l¨ nbovo normnI);
Ðocombor .02¨ (.48¨ boIow normnI).
Tho woffosf monfh of 20ll wns
Juno.
CoIdosf monfh durIng roconf
yonrs: Iobrunry wns fho coIdosf
monfh durIng fho wInfor of 2000-
200l; Mnrch wns fho coIdosf monfh
durIng fho wInfor of 200l-2002;
Jnnunry wns fho coIdosf monfh
durIng fho wInfor of 2002-2003;
Jnnunry wns fho coIdosf monfh
durIng fho wInfor of 2004-2005,
nnd Ðocombor nnd Iobrunry fIod
for fho coIdosf monfh sfnfus durIng
fho wInfor of 2005-2006.
Mnrgo broughf uµ n good µoInf
durIng our convorsnfIon. Our ro-
conf wnrm fomµornfuros mny hnvo
gIvon foIks n fnIso sonso of socurIfy
whon If comos fo Soufh Ðnkofn
wInfor wonfhor. Mnrgo wnnfod fo
mnko suro fhnf I romIndod ovory-
ono fhnf Soufh Ðnkofn wonfhor cnn
chnngo In n hurry, nnd If Is Imµor-
fnnf fhnf you mnko suro fo hnvo
wInfor cIofhos nnd wInfor survIvnI
kIfs In your vohIcIos. Ixfrn gIovos,
hnfs, n fInshIIghf, n bInnkof, nnd
ofhor ossonfInIs don'f fnko uµ fhnf
much room, nnd fhoy mny jusf snvo
your IIfo!
!nndy Þouhnusor wns In IhIIIµ
Insf Tuosdny on busInoss, nnd I
wns In SµonrfIsh hoIµIng our
dnughfor, ChoIson, movo fo n now
nµnrfmonf. Our noµhow, CoIfon
ÞIckoIson, wns nf fho rnnch Insf
wook hoIµIng wIfh somo µrojocfs.
Ho Is sfIII on bronk from hIs sfudIos
nf IInck HIIIs Sfnfo !nIvorsIfy. Wo
hnd sovornI door hunfors ovor fho
wookond, fryIng fo fIII fhoIr doo
fngs. Our dnughfor nnd son-In-Inw,
Jon nnd !oss Tschoffor, woro horo
ovor fho wookond, nnd !oss wns
succossfuI In fIIIIng hIs doo fng.
Sundny, !nndy nnd I nnd Jon nnd
!oss fook n drIvo, goIng down µnsf
fho oId IuchhoIz µInco nnd ncross
fho boffom, ondIng uµ nf MIIosvIIIo
IInf. If hns boon n Iof of yonrs sInco
I hnvo mndo fhnf frIµ, nnd gonor-
nIIy If Is nof n frnII you wouId
frnvoI fhIs fImo of yonr.
ThIs wook, I nm grnfofuI for cnsf
Iron skIIIofs. Tho onos I onjoy cnmo
fo mo from my mofhor . fhoy woro
woII usod by hor, nnd I uso fhom
nonrIy ovory dny nf our houso! I
don'f know why, buf food sooms fo
fnsfo boffor whon
If Is µroµnrod In
cnsf Iron. I ronIIy
nµµrocInfo usIng
n µroducf fhnf
hns sorvod our
fnmIIy so woII for
so mnny yonrs. If
sooms fhnf n Iof of
µroducfs fhoso
dnys nro dosIgnod
fo Insf onIy n fow
yonrs . buf fhnf
suro Isn'f fho cnso
wIfh cnsf Iron. I
hnvo n roInfIvoIy
now cnsf Iron
souµ µof whIch I
rocoIvod ns n gIff
n couµIo of yonrs
ngo, nnd I fhInk If
wIII hnvo fho
snmo IongovIfy ns
fho cnsf Iron skII-
Iofs. So horo's fo
IongovIfy! Mny
you Insf ns Iong
ns your cnsf Iron
skIIIofs!
Co ouf nnd mnko fhIs n wondor-
fuI wook. And bo snfom. µIonso
hood Mnrgo IrIggs' ndvIco nnd
mnko suro you hnvo wInfor gonr In
your vohIcIos.
A Mnssnchusoffs mnn wns nr-
rosfod on drug chnrgos nffor n rou-
fIno frnffIc sfoµ by fho Soufh
Ðnkofn HIghwny InfroI rosuIfod In
dIscovory of 980 µounds of mnrI-
junnn.
Tho IncIdonf hnµµonod on IrI-
dny, Jnnunry 6, on Inforsfnfo 90
nbouf ll mIIos onsf of !nµId CIfy.
A hIghwny µnfroI frooµor sfoµµod
ÐonnId McCormIck, 40, of IµswIch,
Mnss., for sµoodIng. ÐurIng fho
sfoµ n drug dog wns doµIoyod nnd
numorous bnIos of mnrIjunnn woro
dIscovorod undor n covor In fho
bnck of fho 2006 ChovroIof 2500HÐ
µIckuµ.
McCormIck wns nrrosfod for µos-
sossIon of 980 µounds of mnrIjunnn,
µossossIon wIfh Infonf fo dIsfrIbufo
nnd µossossIon of drug µnrnµhor-
nnIIn. Agonfs wIfh fho !nIfIod Þnr-
cofIcs Inforcomonf Tonm nssIsfod
nf fho sfoµ. Tho InvosfIgnfIon ro-
mnIns ncfIvo.
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