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Number 4
Volume 107
January 26, 2012
Community support sustains the
Country Cupboard 
Generous individual and group
donations plus food drives brought
in 6970 pounds of food to the Coun-
try Cupboard Food Pantry in 2011.
This total matched the amount of
food disbursed to resident clients in
the Country Cupboard’s designated
area which includes Elm Springs,
Wasta, Wall, Creighton, Quinn,
Cottonwood, Philip and Milesville.
Food was donated from every cor-
ner of the area served with individ-
ual donations totaling 46 percent
followed by food drives at 19 per-
cent and church donations at 26
percent.
Individual donations are as var-
ied as the individuals themselves.
Donors often bring food items di-
rectly to the Country Cupboard.
However Gina Shulz, Wall Food
Center, said that it is not uncom-
mon for shoppers to donate money
on the spot at the store. She then
contacts a food pantry volunteer to
ask what is needed. These items go
directly into the food donation box
hosted by the grocery store. The
grocery store in Philip experiences
the same generosity.
Carol Hoffman, President of the
Pantry, said this is a twofold win
with people supporting their neigh-
bors and their local businesses.
This contribution demonstrates a
strong belief in community.
Food drives are another piece of
the donation pie chart. The largest
food drives occur in December and
May. Currently the Country Cup-
board’s shelves are filled for win-
ter thanks to the generosity of the
holidays. The Postal Workers food
drive in May will be critical to
carry the food pantry through the
summer and jump start the influx
of use in the fall.
The churches of the community
often fulfill specific needs at the
Country Cupboard. They have a
built in weekly group communica-
tion systems. Last year when there
was a specific need for cereal and
canned fruit the churches were
able to fulfill these requests on
short notice.
Financial donations were used
to purchase 1300 of the 6970
pounds from the Feeding South
Dakota facility in Rapid City. The
variety of food available has dimin-
ished significantly since the Coun-
try Cupboard opened. This trend is
common throughout the country.
The Pantry reliance on dona-
tions from food drives, individuals,
and churches for the Pantry to
serve those in need is the best food
value.
The Pantry volunteers and
clients are appreciative of the con-
tinued generosity. The goal for
2012 is to raise 7000 pounds of
food.
If you would like to volunteer to
help with a food drive or donate
time, please contact Carol Hoff-
man or Mike and Marcia West.
“The Country Cupboard is an
equal opportunity provider.”
December 2011, Pennington County
Sheriff’s report
During the month of December
2011, the Pennington County Sher-
iff's Office recorded the following
statistics in and around the com-
munity of Wall:
Time
City hours: . . . . . . . . . . . . .470.00
City hrs other deputies . . . .24.00
Total City hours . . . . . .494.00
Training hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . .28.00
Vacation/Sick hrs . . . . . . . . .32.00
County hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.00
# of times called out/Hrs . . . .1.00
Arrest
Warrants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Non-Warrants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Calls For Service
Alcohol Violations . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Animal Complaints . . . . . . . . . . .2
Assaults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Assist Other Agencies . . . . . . . . .8
Attempt to Locate . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Burglary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Civil Problem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Community Activity . . . . . . . . . .3
Coroner Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Court . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Disturbance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
DPP/Vandalism . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Drugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Extra Patrol . . . . . . . . . . . . . .161
Fire Medical Assist . . . . . . . . . . .5
Follow-up Investigation . . . . . .15
Found or Lost Property . . . . . . .0
Calls for Service
Keep the Peace . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Minor Consuming . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Murder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Robbery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Runaway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
School Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
SOLV Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Suicide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Suspicious Activity . . . . . . . . . . .3
Theft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Weapons Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Welfare Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
911 Hang up Calls . . . . . . . . . . .0
Civil Patrol
Attempted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Served . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
City Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Traffic Activity
Citations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Injury Accidents . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Non-Injury Accident . . . . . . . . . .7
DUI's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Motorist Assist . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
School Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Skate/Bike Citation . . . . . . . . . .0
Skate/Bike Warning . . . . . . . . . .0
Speed Trailer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Vehicle/Parking Comp . . . . . . .10
Please feel free to visit with
Deputies Louis Lange, Dallas
Kendrick and Darren Ginn or
Capt. Corey Brubakken with any
questions or concerns related to
law enforcement in and around the
Wall Community.
By Elizabeth “Sam” Grosz
Community News Service
Two-thirds of the state’s trans-
portation funds are federal dollars,
a group of state lawmakers was re-
minded recently.
Darin Bergquist, state Secretary
of Transportation, said almost all
of that comes from the federal
highway program. The old federal
program expired in 2009, he said,
“and to date we still don’t have a
replacement program for that—we
continue to operate under periodic
extensions of the old program, get-
ting a little bit of funding at a time,
with the hope that at some time
Congress will pass a new long-
term program to provide some cer-
tainty to states…”
South Dakota lawmakers in the
House Transportation Committee
received an overview of the depart-
ment from Bergquist and others.
He said the corresponding Senate
committee had also received the
presentation that week.
The extension the department is
operating under now, he said, ex-
pires March 31.
“So, Bergquist said, Congress is
in a position where they are going
to have to do something, one way
or another … to continue that fed-
Importance of federal funds to
state, local highways stressed
eral funding.”
The problem Congress faces, he
said, is that in the past few years,
the expenditures have far ex-
ceeded the revenues coming in.
“As a result of that,” Bergquist
said, “the federal highway fund
has been on the verge of going
broke on multiple occasions.” To
date, he added, three different
times general fund money, totaling
$35 billion, has been added to the
highway fund.
One House committee proposal
had been to reduce the federal
funding 35 percent, which
Bergquist called “a big deal for
South Dakota and a big deal for
every other state.” He said that
could mean the loss of about $90
million for South Dakota.
The Senate disagreed with that
and said they could come up with
their own approach, he said, and
has introduced a funding program,
called MAP-21, or Moving Ahead
for Progress in the 21st Century.
It would be a two-year program, he
said, with a small inflationary in-
crease from the previous trans-
portation program. The problem
remains a $2 billion shortfall on
how to pay for it.
Bergquist said South Dakota
now gets back $2 for every $1 col-
lected, and that remains the same
in the Senate proposal.
“One of the big concerns under
MAP-21,” said Bergquist, “is there
is a provision that while providing
funding for the states on one hand,
would rescind all prior standing
earmarks that have not already
been obligated.” The state using
other funds.
There are a number of such proj-
ects in the state, said Bergquist,
including the Sioux Falls Railroad
Relocation Project, which has
about $35 million earmarked, but
not obligated.
It is expected the federal House
will introduce its own version of
the bill, with a five-year provision,
seeking funding at the same level
as the prior transportation pro-
Darin Bergquist, Secretary of
the Department of Transporta-
tion. ~Photo by Elizabeth “Sam”
Gorsz
gram.
Bergquist said his thought is
that there will be another exten-
sion the end of March to get Con-
gress past the November election.
In response to a question by Rep.
Steve Street, D-Revillo, about try-
ing to make up a federal shortfall,
Bergquist said the state’s gas tax
generates $6 million per penny.
He also noted that it costs $1 mil-
lion per mile for total reconstruc-
tion of state highways.
County, city funding
One organizational change has
moved the Local Government As-
sistance office from the Division of
Finance and Management into the
Division of Planning and Engi-
neering, said Bergquist.
He said it is hoped to provide a
better level of service and assis-
tance to local governments, partic-
ularly those counties and cities re-
ceiving an allocation of highway
funds each year they use for proj-
ects. It is expected to better share
resources, he added.
In 2007, Bergquist said there
were a number of programs that
had to be suspended for financial
reasoms, but over the past year a
couple have been reinstated. One
of those is the economic develop-
ment program, which is a combi-
nation of the community access
grants, the agri-business grants,
and industrial park grants.
Prior to 2007, he said, it was
about a $3.5 million program. Last
year, a version of it was reinsti-
tuted, he said, and three eligibility
categories were combined into one.
Grants totaling $1.5 million were
awarded to local entities to help
with their road needs, Bergquist
said.
Last fall, he said, $2 million in
grants was awarded. But, there
were 35 applicants totaling $7.1
million, so it is expected they will
apply again.
“There is a significant amount of
need out there,” said Bergquist.
The other local government assis-
tance program they were able to
implement last spring is the old
90-10 slot program, Bergquist
said. This allows communities to
trade federal highway funds for
state highway funds, he said.
A lot of the needs were not nec-
essarily on federal projects,
Bergquist said, so “having state
funds rather than federal funds
gave them much more flexibility
for projects off their federal aid
system.”
Lindsey Hildebrand of Wall
Badlands Chamber attends
Institute for Organization
Management
Institute for Organization Man-
agement, the professional develop-
ment program of the U.S. Cham-
ber of Commerce, is pleased to an-
nounce that Lindsey Hildebrand,
Executive Director, of the Wall
Badlands Area Chamber of Com-
merce has recently completed her
second year at Institute for Organ-
ization Management, a four-year
nonprofit leadership training pro-
gram at the University of Arizona
in Tucson.
“Institute participants are recog-
nized across the country as leaders
in their communities,” said Ray-
mond P. Towle, IOM, CAE, the
U.S. Chamber’s vice president of
Institute for Organization Man-
agement. “These individuals have
the knowledge, skills, and dedica-
tion to achieve professional and or-
ganizational success in the dy-
namic association and chamber in-
dustries.”
Since its commencement in
1921, the Institute program has
been educating tens of thousands
of association, chamber, and other
nonprofit leaders on how to build
stronger organizations, better
serve their members and become
strong business advocates. Insti-
tute’s curriculum consists of four
weeklong sessions at five different
university locations throughout
the country. Through a combina-
tion of required courses and elec-
tives in areas such as leadership,
advocacy, marketing, finance, and
membership, Institute partici-
pants are able to enhance their
own organizational management
skills and add new fuel to their or-
ganizations, making them run
more efficiently and effectively.
Graduates of Institute receive
the IOM recognition, signifying
completion of 96 hours of course in-
struction in nonprofit manage-
ment. In addition, participants can
earn credit hours toward the Certi-
fied Chamber Executive (CCE) or
Certified Association Executive
(CAE) certifications. Nearly 1,000
individuals attend Institute annu-
ally.
Institute is a 501(c) (3) affiliate
of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
and is the premier nonprofit pro-
fessional development program for
nonprofit professionals, fostering
individual growth through interac-
tive learning and networking op-
portunities.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce
is the world's largest business fed-
eration representing the interests
of more than three million busi-
nesses of all sizes, sectors, and re-
gions, as well as state and local
chambers and industry associa-
tions.
Executive Wall Chamber Di-
rector Lindsey Hildebrand re-
cently completed an Institute
for Organization Management
in Tucson, Arizona. This was
her second year for the pro-
gram.
~Photo Laurie Hindman
Margaret Nachtigall is the oldest
of three girls born to Leslie and
Edna Coates, Burdock, which is
about 15 miles northwest of Edge-
mont.
Her dad taught her the art of
working cattle; her mom the pride
of womanhood even when working
in a “man’s” world.
She attended grades one through
eight at the Burdock one room
school. After graduating eighth
grade she attended high school in
Edgemont.
Four-H has always been a big
part of her life. She was probably
10 or 11 when they formed a 4-H
club in the Burdock area and she
was a member until age 19. Her
first project was a steer calf. She
continued along that line later
adding heifers, sheep, crafts, gar-
dening, and many others.
She always enjoyed riding and
being around horses and was en-
couraged by one of her teachers to
participate in high school rodeo.
She competed in high school rodeo
during her junior and senior years
making it to state and then to na-
tionals where she placed second in
breakaway roping.
Following high school gradua-
tion Nachtigall went to work for
the Fall River County Sheriff as a
deputy. While living and working
in Hot Springs, Nachtigall became
acquainted with a young man by
the name of Stanley Englebert.
They were married in June, 1959.
The couple raised three children,
daughters, Rosie and Cissie and
a son, Everett.
Stanley was a journeyman
plumber and worked as a foreman
on various jobs for a large con-
struction company from Denver,
Colo. They moved around quite
often during those years. After
being on the move every year or
two for about 10 years they finally
settled on a little chunk of land in
Rapid Valley.
In the mid-1970s Nachtigall was
Nachtigall named to BHSS
Hall of Fame
Margaret Nachtigall is being inducted into the Black Hills Stock
Show Hall of Fame. ~Courtesy Photo
given the opportunity to attend an
AI school conducted by Minnesota
Valley Breeders Service. One of
the instructors was Malcolm Nash,
a pioneer in AI in this area. Upon
completing the school Nash was in
the process of retiring from active
AI work and recommended her to
his clients. Thus began her career
as an AI technician, a business,
Englebert A.I. Service, that lasted
the next 30 some years.
Nachtigall also operated a liquid
nitrogen route and a livestock min-
eral route. Zip Feed agent Jim
Dickey and she had formed their
own livestock mineral business
which included a service route.
Through all this she kept up her
cattle herd. She had about 50 head
of cows which she kept at home
during the winter, calved them in
the spring; AI’d them and then
sent them back to summer pas-
ture.
Jan Bradeen, then Central
States Fair manager invited
Nachtigall to be on the livestock
committee along with Gary
Niederwerder. The following year
she accepted a position on the CSF
board of directors.
For several years following her
work on the board, she was able to
stay in contact with many of these
folks by having an Englebert A.I.
Service vendor booth at the Black
Hills Stock Show.
In the late summer of 1995 she
married Dean Nachtigall in the
yard at his ranch, surrounded by
his kids, her kids, friends and fam-
ily.
In the spring of 2007, the South
Dakota Stockgrowers Association
offered her the opportunity to work
in the office two to three days a
week.
She eagerly accepted and
started work on July 6 only to find
that Carrie Stadheim, then execu-
tive director had been ordered to
bed rest by her doctor and later
she chose to be a stay-at-home
mom.
In August, the board offered
Nachtigall the position of execu-
tive director. At that time she
made the decision to sell her half
of Englebert A.I. business to Anita
Marolf, whom she had taken on as
a partner in 1995. Nachtigall ac-
cepted the board’s offer and re-
mained in that position until her
retirement in September 2011.
USDA office
moving
The Pennington County Farm
Service Agency is scheduled to
move to a new location on January
30, 2012.
The office will be moving to 414
E Stumer Rd. This is located on
the south side of Rapid City near
the Fifth Street and E. Catron
Blvd intersection.
Please contact our office if you
have any questions at 605-342-
0301 Ext 2.
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Iourfh - Troy WIIcox/InuI CrIoms-
mnn - l9.08, IIffh - Shnun !u-
Innd/Scoff WhIfo - l9.3l, SIxfh -
!ory Irown/Iroff WIIcox - l9.54.
Aron hIgh schooI sonIors mny
now nµµIy for n CoIdon Wosf
ToIocommunIcnfIons coIIogo schoI-
nrshIµ. ThIs yonr, 44 $l,000 schoI-
nrshIµs wIII bo nwnrdod fo sfudonfs
from hIgh schooIs In fho CoIdon
Wosf sorvIco nron. To nµµIy fho sfu-
donf`s µnronf(s) or IognI
gunrdInn(s) musf bo n CoIdon Wosf
cusfomor nnd IIvo In n CoIdon Wosf
sorvIco nron. In nddIfIon, sfudonfs
who nffond homo schooI nnd sfu-
donfs whoso µnronfs IIvo In fho
CoIdon Wosf sorvIco nron nnd sub-
scrIbo fo n CoIdon Wosf sorvIco, buf
who nffond n schooI nof IncIudod In
fho µrogrnm nro oIIgIbIo for fho nf-
Inrgo schoInrshIµ. Tho CoIdon Wosf
SchoInrshIµ Irogrnm Is dosIgnod fo
hoIµ IocnI sfudonfs µursuo dogroos
nf vocnfIonnI schooIs, mIIIfnry
ncndomIos nnd coIIogos.
CoIdon Wosf SchoInrshIµ nµµII-
cnfIons nro nvnIInbIo from fho hIgh
schooI guIdnnco counsoIors, nnd nf-
Inrgo nµµIIcnfIons mny bo obfnInod
by cIIckIng on fho schoInrshIµ buf-
fon nf www.goIdonwosf.com. Tho
nµµIIcnfIon dondIIno Is Mondny,
Mnrch l5.
¨Wo`ro µroud fo µIny n roIo In fho
GoIden West announces
2012 schoIarship program
oducnfIon of sfudonfs from our
CoIdon Wosf sorvIco nron nnd hoµo
fhnf mnny romnIn In Soufh Ðnkofn
nffor fhoy grndunfo or rofurn nf
somo µoInf fo hoIµ cronfo oµµorfu-
nIfIos for ofhors,¨ snId CoIdon Wosf
ToIocommunIcnfIons ConornI Mnn-
ngor/CIO Ðonny !nw.
CommIffoos ovorsoon by onch
schooI`s suµorInfondonf nnd/or
µrIncIµnI wIII soIocf IocnI schoInr-
shIµ wInnors, whIIo n commIffoo of
CoIdon Wosf omµIoyoos wIII soIocf
fho nf-Inrgo rocIµIonf. CoIdon Wosf
SchoInrshIµ rocIµIonfs wIII bo cho-
son bnsod on SAT or ACT scoros,
hIgh schooI frnnscrIµfs nnd cIvIc
nnd oxfrncurrIcuInr ncfIvIfIos. In
nddIfIon, fho commIffoos wIII con-
sIdor IondorshIµ In schooI, µorsonnI
chnrncfor nnd fho nµµIIcnnf`s mofI-
vnfIon fo sorvo nnd succood. Whon
fwo nµµIIcnnfs nro oxfromoIy cIoso
In qunIIfIcnfIons, fInnncInI nood
wIII sorvo ns n fIobronkor.
Tho 20ll-20l2 CoIdon Wosf
SchoInrshIµ µrogrnm mnrks fho
fhIrfoonfh yonr fho CoIdon Wosf
ToIocommunIcnfIons Ionrd of ÐI-
rocfors hns fundod fho µrogrnm.
Sfudonfs nf fho !nIvorsIfy of
Soufh Ðnkofn nnd fho !nIvorsIfy of
Soufh Ðnkofn SchooI of !nw hnvo
boon honorod for ncndomIc succoss
for fho 20ll fnII somosfor.
Tho !nIvorsIfy of Soufh Ðnkofn
nnmod l,50? sfudonfs fo fho
Ðonn`s !Isf whIIo 36l µnrf-fImo
sfudonfs rocoIvod AcndomIc !ocog-
nIfIon honors. Sfudonfs onrn
Ðonn`s !Isf dIsfIncfIon by nchIovIng
n CIA of nf Ionsf 3.5 whIIo mnIn-
fnInIng n courso Iond of l2 or moro
crodIf hours wIfh no IncomµIofo or
fnIIIng grndos. Inrf-fImo sfudonfs
nro oIIgIbIo for AcndomIc !ocognI-
fIon nffor comµIofIng nf Ionsf l2
hours µrIor fo fho curronf somos-
for, onrnIng n mInImum of fhroo
nnd uµ fo ll crodIf hours durIng
fho form nnd nchIovIng n CIA of nf
Ionsf 3.5 wIfh no fnIIIng or Incom-
µIofo grndos.
Tho Soufh Ðnkofn Ionrd of !o-
gonfs sofs fho µoIIcy for Ðonn`s !Isf
Students honored for faII 2011
academic success at USD
oIIgIbIIIfy. Ior moro InformnfIon on
fho Ionrd of !ogonfs µoIIcy, µIonso
soo www.rIs.sdbor.odu/µoIIcy/2-Ac-
ndomI c_Af f nI rs/ documonfs/ 2-
l0.µdf.
Tho !nIvorsIfy of Soufh Ðnkofn
SchooI of !nw nIso nnnouncod Ifs
Ðonn`s !Isf for fho 20ll fnII somos-
for wIfh l4 sfudonfs nchIovIng fhIs
ncndomIc honor. To bo nnmod fo
fho SchooI of !nw Ðonn`s !Isf, Inw
sfudonfs musf nchIovo oIfhor n
CIA of 85.00 or gronfor for fhnf so-
mosfor or rnfo In fho foµ l0 µorconf
of fhoIr cInss for fhnf somosfor,
whIchovor grouµ Is smnIIor. Tho
IIsf Is nof bnsod on cumuInfIvo
grndo µoInf nvorngo, nnd fIrsf so-
mosfor, fIrsf-yonr Inw sfudonfs nro
nof oIIgIbIo for fho SchooI of !nw`s
Ðonn`s !Isf.
Sfudonfs from WnII: !nurn An-
dorson, !Isn Andorson, Amnndn !.
IIschor, SfoµhnnIo I. IIschor, Ash-
fon !. SchuIz nnd IrIn M.
SImµfondorfor.
Area students earn academic
honors at Chadron State
Sfudonfs from fho rogIon woro
nmong fhoso who qunIIfIod for fho
fnII 20ll ncndomIc honors IIsfs nf
Chndron Sfnfo CoIIogo.
IoIIowIng nro fho sfudonfs from
fho WnII nron who rocoIvod honors:
:!Issn Inµousok, QuInn, S.Ð.,
donn's IIsf,
:Commn Trnsk, IIm SµrIngs,
S.Ð., donn's IIsf.
A fofnI of 5?8 sfudonfs woro
nnmod fo fho ncndomIc honors
IIsfs.
Tho µrosIdonf's IIsf, whIch ro-
quIros nII A's, consIsfs of 220
nnmos.
Anofhor 358 sfudonfs mof ro-
quIromonfs for fho donn's IIsf by
onrnIng nf Ionsf n 3.5 grndo-µoInf
nvorngo on n 4.0 scnIo.
Sfudonfs musf bo onroIIod In l2
crodIf hours of coursowork durIng
fho somosfor fo qunIIfy for fho hon-
ors.
As fhoy hnvo sInco l995, Soufh
Ðnkofnns from ncross fho sfnfo wIII
gnfhor In IIorro fo sµonk on bohnIf
of chIIdron. ChIIdron`s Ðny nf fho
CnµIfoI, hosfod by Soufh Ðnkofn
South Dakota Voices for
children hosts "Children's
Day¨ at the Capitol
VoIcos for ChIIdron, Is oµon fo
ovoryono who cnros nbouf young-
sfors.
Tho ovonf, sof for Tuosdny, Iob-
runry ?, offors oµµorfunIfIos fo
vIsIf wIfh µoIIcymnkors nnd fo joIn
wIfh ofhors who nro commIffod fo
nssurIng fhnf ovory chIId In Soufh
Ðnkofn Is honIfhy, oducnfod nnd
snfo.
ChIIdron`s Ðny nf fho CnµIfoI bo-
gIns nf 9:30 n.m. In fho CnµIfoI !o-
fundn. Advocncy frnInIng nnd µoI-
Icy brIofIngs wIII bo hoId nf
!ufhornn MomorInI Church, 320
I. Irosµocf Avo. (ncross fho sfroof
wosf of fho CnµIfoI) In IIorro. A
noon Iunchoon wIfh IogIsInfors wIII
bo hoId In fhnf IocnfIon. ChIIdron`s
Ðny concIudos nf 2:45 µ.m. wIfh n
¨IrownIo for fho !ond¨ rocoµfIon
In fho !ofundn.
A rogIsfrnfIon form Is µosfod on
fho Soufh Ðnkofn VoIcos for ChII-
dron wobsIfo www.sdvoIcosforchII-
dron.org. If Is nIso nvnIInbIo by o-
mnIIIng offIco¸sdvoIcosforchII-
dron.org or by cnIIIng 605 - 36?-
966?.
Tho mIssIon of Soufh Ðnkofn
VoIcos for ChIIdron Is fo Imµrovo
fho IIvos of chIIdron fhrough µoIIcy
nnd µrogrnm ndvocncy.
£Ð\CATION CONTROV£RSY
!ndoubfodIy fho mosf fnIkod
nbouf µorfIon of Covornor Ðnu-
gnnrd`s Sfnfo of fho Sfnfo Addross
donIs wIfh oducnfIon. IducnfIon
fundIng Is nIso my bIggosf frusfrn-
fIon ovor my µnsf four yonrs In fho
Houso of !oµrosonfnfIvos.
I won`f IIsf nII of fho fncfs, fIguros
nnd rnfIonnIo IIsfod In fho nddross
buf oncourngo ovoryono fo go fo
www.sd.gov, cIIck on fho Sfnfo of
fho Sfnfo nddross nnd fhon cIIck on
frnnscrIµf for dofnIIs.
Whon you combIno fonchors nnd
ofhor sfnff, wo omµIoy nonrIy fwIco
ns mnny K-l2 omµIoyoos fodny
fhnn In l9?l. ÐurIng fhnf snmo µo-
rIod sfudonfs onroIIod droµµod by
28° or 50,000 sfudonfs. In l969
wo sµonf $3920 µor sfudonf nnd In
2008, usIng InfInfIon ndjusfod doI-
Inrs, $9l?3. Thnf Is 2.3 fImos
moro. Ono mIghf fhon concIudo
fhnf sµondIng fwIco ns much µor
sfudonf nnd omµIoyIng nonrIy
fwIco ns mnny sfnff wouId rosuIf In
much hIghor sfudonf nchIovomonf.
ÐId wo gof n µroµorfIonnfo In-
cronso In µorformnnco bnsod on
our Invosfmonf In rovonuo nnd
sfnff¨ Iofh our ACT nnd ÞAII
scoros romnIn unchnngod for
yonrs. Our ACT rosuIfs hnvo
sfnyod In n ono µoInf rnngo from n
Iow of 2l.0 fo n hIgh of 22.0.
ÞAII scoros hnvo vnrIod Ioss fhnn
ono µorconf. In 2003, onIy four
sfnfos oxcoodod our scoros for
fourfh grndo rondIng. Thnf num-
bor Is now 20. In 2003, onIy oIghf
sfnfos oxcoodod our scoros for
fourfhgrndo Mnfh. Þow If Is l8.
Tho µnfforn for oIghfh grndo Is
sImIInr.
CIonrIy wo nro nof goffIng nn nc-
coµfnbIo rofurn on our Invosfmonf.
IuffIng moro doIInrs Info fho snmo
sysfom Is nof nnd wIII nof gof us
boffor rosuIfs. If monoy wns fho
nnswor fho K-l2 grndunfos In
WnshIngfon Ð.C. wouId nII bo
!hodos SchoInrs. !of mo µoInf
ngnIn fhnf wo hnvo 28° Ioss sfu-
donfs, l0° moro fonchors nnd 66°
moro non-fonchors fodny fhnn In
l9?l. Tho Covornor`s µInn bogIns
fo chnngo fho sysfom by oIImInnf-
Ing confInuIng confrncfs whIch nro
sImIInr fo HIghor IducnfIon`s
fonuro. HIs µroµosnI nIIows fhoso
confrncfs fhnf nro In µInco fo ro-
mnIn. Iny for µorformnnco, nof on
Iongfh of sorvIco or dogroo IovoI.
AdmInIsfrnfors cnn fnIrIy judgo
nchIovomonf bnsod on n sfrIcf sof
of monsurnbIo guIdoIInos. I dId If
for 25 yonrs In fho busInoss worId.
WIII fhoy hnvo frIonds uµsof¨ Yos.
WIII fhoy onduro chnrgos of fn-
vorIfIsm¨ Yos. WIII fhoy buIId n
boffor fonm¨ Yos. AII dogroo dIs-
cIµIIno shouId nof µny fho snmo.
Mnfh nnd ScIonco dogroos nro In
vory hIgh domnnd by µrIvnfo In-
dusfry. Wo musf offor moro fo nf-
frncf fhom fo fonchIng.
WIII nny or nII of fhIs work¨
Who knows¨ Whnf wo do know Is
fhnf fho wny wo do If now doos nof
work. I wIII fnuIf fho dIsfrIcfs nnd
fonchors onIy If wo fnII fo fInd n
wny fo movo nwny from our fnIIod
sysfom ns If oxIsfs fodny. Wo wIII
nII hnvo fo work fogofhor wIfh
oµon mInds nnd fhInkIng oufsIdo
fho oId sysfom fo fIx fho ono wo
hnvo fodny.
WIfh fho shorf wook, nof n Iof of
IogIsInfIon hns ronchod fho fIoor
boforo µnµor dondIInos. SovornI
hof buffon Issuos nro boIng nd-
drossod by your ÐIsfrIcf 30 doIogn-
fIon. ImInonf ÐomnIn, HonIfh
Cnro, drIvor`s IIconsos, IIfo Issuos
nnd socond nmondmonf rIghf wIII
nII bo confrovorsInI. I hoµo fo bo
nbIo fo gIvo you moro dofnIIs In my
noxf nrfIcIo.
Wo hnvo crnckor bnrroIs schod-
uIod In !nµId CIfy on fho 2lsf nnd
Iobrunry 4fh, llfh nnd 25fh from
9:00 fo ll:00 n.m. nf fho SchooI of
MInos. On Iobrunry llfh wo wIII
bo nf IIno HIIIs In Hof SµrIngs nf
2:00 µ.m. Iobrunry l8fh nf fho
HIII CIfy Suµor 8 from 9:30 fo
ll:30 n.m. nnd fho Cusfor SonIor
Confor from l:00 fo 3:00 µ.m. On
Jnnunry 2?fh nf fho Þow !ndor-
wood schooI nf 6:30 µ.m. nnd on
Iobrunry 4fh nf 2:00 µ.m. In WnII.
As nIwnys, kooµ In fouch. I cnn
bo ronchod nny fImo nf MIko Vor-
chIo, IO Iox 205, HIII CIfy, SÐ
5??45. Homo µhono 605-5?4-
2466. CoII-605-39l-5093. Houso
!obby-605-??3-385l. !oµ.vor-
chIo¸sfnfo.sd.us nnd
mjvorchIo¸noI.com.
State festival bound Wall Players
to present encore performances
'Something's Rotten in the State of Denmark" advances to State
One Act pIay in Aberdeen, February 2, 3 and 4. Pictured is the
cast, back row from Ieft to right ... AIyssa Ermish, Cody Harris,
Ryder WiIson, Austin Huether, Kaden Eisenbraun and Ridge
SandaI. Second row from back, Ieft to right ...Sadye Custis,
Shanda Rae Enriquez, NicoIe Eisenbraun, Heidi Huether and
AnaIise GarIand. Third row from back, Ieft to right ... Libbi
Sykora, Anna Kitterman, EmiIy Linn, Tayah Huether. Front row
Autumn SchuIz. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
Tho MIghfy WnII IInyors Ðrnmn
Tonm, frosh off fhoIr vIcfory nf fho
!ogIon ? Ono Acf IIny Confosf wIII
µorform fhoIr µIny Something'o
Rotten in the Stute of Denmurk
In bofh IhIIIµ nnd WnII fhIs Sun-
dny, Jnnunry 29. IhIIIµ wns fho
ofhor schooI from !ogIon ? fo qunI-
Ify for fho Sfnfo Ono Acf IIny Ios-
fIvnI In Abordoon, Iobrunry 2-4,
wIfh fhoIr µIny Crieie 1nc. So fho
fwo cIubs wIII joIn forcos fo µrosonf
n doubIo-fonfuro of bofh µInys on
Sundny nffornoon nf 2:30 µ.m. In
IhIIIµ, nnd ngnIn nf 6 µ.m. In WnII
nf fho CommunIfy Confor. AdmIs-
sIon for nII µorformnncos Is froo nnd
n froo-wIII offorIng wIII bo fnkon fo
suµµorf fho drnmn cIubs.
In nddIfIon fo brIngIng homo n
fonm froµhy from fho !ogIon ?
Confosf In IIorro on Wodnosdny,
Jnnunry l8, fhroo IndIvIdunI ncfors
nIso rocoIvod bosf ncfIng nwnrds.
!ocoIvIng modnIs woro !Idgo Snn-
dnI ns KIng CInudIus, AIyssn Ir-
mIsh ns fho Chosf of KIng HnmIof,
nnd !ydor WIIson ns Tom/HnmIof.
Tho µIny Is dIrocfod by !on Iurfz
nnd Knfhy Swnn.
¨I'm oxcIfod fo bo nbIo fo µrosonf
fhIs doubIo-fonfuro In bofh commu-
nIfIos.¨ snId Iurfz. ¨Iofh fonms
hnvo workod hnrd fo gof whoro
fhoy nro, nnd If's gronf fhnf fhoy
wIII hnvo nnofhor oµµorfunIfy fo
µrosonf fhoIr shows fo fho commu-
nIfIos,¨ ho snId. ¨Mnny fhnnks fo
IhIIIµ ÐIrocfor !nurn O'Connor for
fnkIng fho InIfInfIvo In µroµosIng
fhIs cooµornfIvo offorf."
Something io Rotten in the
Stute of Denmurk wns wrIffon by
Josoµh WnIInco nnd Is µorformod
by sµocInI nrrnngomonf wIfh
Inkor`s IInys, Þow York, ÞY.
EmaiI us with your news item or photo to courant@gwtc.net
Sports 8 Area News
Pennìngton ·ounty ·ourant - January ±ó, ±o+±- Page ¡
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A Game of Shadows (PG-13)
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We Bought a Zoo (PG)
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PhiIip Area team takes second in own invitationaI
wrestIing tournament
Second pIace at PhiIip WrestIing Tournament ... The PhiIip Area wrestIing team, back row, from Ieft:
Austin Pinney, assistant coach Keven Morehart, Jeb Brown, ChandIier Sudbeck, Tanner Radway,
Logan Ammons, Raedon Anderson, Gavin DeVries, Grady CarIey, Herbie O'DanieI, student man-
ager Deserae WiIIiams and head coach Matt DonneIIy. Center row: student manager KeIsie
Kroetch, Roger Davis, Bosten Morehart, Lane BIasius and Reed Johnson. Front: Brennan KukaI,
Nick DonneIIy, Stratton Morehart, CIint Stout, Rance Johnson and Cody DonneIIy.
~Photo by Deb Smith
Ouf of l5 fonms, fho IhIIIµ Aron
vnrsIfy onrnod socond µInco In fho
IhIIIµ InvIfnfIonnI WrosfIIng Tour-
nnmonf, IrIdny nnd Snfurdny, Jnn-
unry l3-l4.
!nµId CIfy ConfrnI rnckod uµ
2l4.5 µoInfs fo fnko foµ honors.
IhIIIµ ondod fho wookond wIfh l89
µoInfs. ComIng In fhIrd, SfnnIoy
Counfy onrnod l58.5.
Tho ofhors fonms nnd scoros
woro: 4fh Moorcroff, Wyo. l35,
5fh !ond/Ðondwood/SµonrfIsh
ll6.5, 6fh Cusfor ll5, ?fh Hof
SµrIngs ll2, 8fh Cordon/
!ushvIIIo l08, 9fh ÞowoII 92,
l0fh Iurko/Crogory 9l, llfh
ÐougIns ?4, l2fh ChnmborInIn
64, l3fh !ommon/McInfosh 62,
l4fh HnrdIng Counfy 56, nnd
l5fh Sf. Thomns Moro 43.
Tho fournnmonf`s oufsfnndIng
wrosfIor wns Þnfo !ofor, !ÐS, who
onrnod fIrsf µInco In fho l95 µound
dIvIsIon. Tho Znno Hoffmnn Momo-
rInI Awnrd wonf fo Jnko Wobor,
!CC, who cnmo nwny wIfh fho foµ
sµof In fho 285 dIvIsIon.
Inch fonm nIso hnd junIor vnr-
sIfy mombors nffondIng fho fournn-
monf for µrncfIcnI oxµorIonco In
comµofIfIfIon.
Vuroity
NIck Ðonne!!y, l06 Ibs., 3rd
µInco, rocord l5-6
:µInnod ÐnnIoI CoIngs (C/!),
l:l6
:µInnod KoIo SchoII (MO!), 4:55
:docIsIon by TyIor Wnforson
(!ÐS), 0-4
:docIsIon ovor ÐIrk WoIf (!/M),
6-l
:mnjor docIsIon ovor IrIco Hnrk-
Ioss (HS), l4-l
Jed Bvown, ll3 Ibs., 2nd µInco,
rocord l0-9
:docIsIon ovor SIonn Shorb
(C!S), 9-5
:docIsIon ovor !ognn IIcknor
(CHA), 6-5
:forfoIf by AInn HoIdIngor
(ÐO!)
:mnjor docIsIon by Kurf Irnun
(C/I), 2-l6
Gvudy Cuv!ey, l20 Ibs., 6fh µInco,
rocord 8-ll
:µInnod Mnkon !uns AgnInsf
(!CC), l:24
:docIsIon ovor InfrIck WIIson
(!/M), 5-0
:µInnod by !ooco Þorfon (!ÐS),
:45
:docIsIon by CoIo WIff (C/!), l-4
:µInnod by WIIson (!/M), 4:l0
Ruedon Andevson, l26 Ibs.,
rocord 3-8
:µInnod by !ussoII IoIIcIn
(CHA), l:4l
:µInnod KyIor Moussonu (C/!),
l:52
:µInnod by Þonh Iock, (I/C),
2:04
Iune B!usIus, l32 Ibs., lsf µInco,
rocord l2-0
:µInnod Irnndon Wnrnko (I/C),
2:40
:µInnod IInko Iryborgor (C!S),
l:4l
:µInnod MIchnoI Scoff (SC), 3:02
:docIsIon ovor Ivnn WoIIor
(!CC), l-0
Reed JoLnson, l38 Ibs., 4fh
µInco, rocord l4-9
:byo
:µInnod Joo Iock (I/C), 4:45
:µInnod by Josso !ofzInff (C/!),
5:42
:docIsIon ovor Cooµor Cnrfor
(SC), 4-2
:docIsIon by Wynff Hnrrown
(SC), 0-2
CLund!Iev Sudbeck, l45 Ibs. 2nd
µInco, rocord l6-4
:µInnod Jny Cooµor (STM), l:05
:µInnod Cnmoron Irndon
(MO!), 5:09
:µInnod ÐyInn Sovoryn (C!S),
3:3?
:docIsIon by Sofh McCnnn
(ÞIW), 8-l0
C!Int Stout, l52 Ibs., 3rd µInco,
rocord l6-5
:µInnod Thomns Swnnson
(CHA), 3:4?
:µInnod Mnck CnIInhnn (!CC),
l:58
:docIsIon by Thomns ToIfon
(SC), l2-l3
:µInnod by Turnor Sorr (I/C),
3:39
:µInnod Jnrod HnrkIoss (HOT),
4:49
Tunnev Rudwuy, l60 Ibs., 5fh
µInco, rocord ?-?
:µInnod Jon Hnnson (STM),
l:48
:docIsIon ovor Kon Crnhnm
(C/!), 8-6
:mnjor docIsIon by CInyfon
WnhIsfrom (C!S), 3-ll
:docIsIon by Ðnkofn !ny (MO!),
3-5
:µInnod Johnh Iock (I/C), 2:5?
CLunce Knutson, l?0 Ibs., 4fh
µInco, rocord l0-4
InIfInfod durIng fho l996-9?
schooI yonr, fho SÐHSAA Acn-
domIc AchIovomonf Tonm Awnrd
µrogrnm Is dosIgnod fo rocognIzo
vnrsIfy nfhIofIc fonms nnd fIno nrfs
grouµs for fhoIr ncndomIc oxcoI-
Ionco. Tho Soufh Ðnkofn HIgh
SchooI AcfIvIfIos AssocInfIon bo-
IIovos fhnf hIgh schooI sfudonfs
Ionrn In fwo dIsfIncf wnys; InsIdo
fho cInssroom nnd oufsIdo fho
cInssroom on fho sfngo nnd/or
nfhIofIc fIoId.
ThIs ncndomIc µrogrnm cronfos n
µosIfIvo onvIronmonf for schooI
fonms fo hnvo Ifs mombors oxcoI In
fho cInssroom. ThIs µrogrnm Is nIso
monnf fo mofIvnfo sfudonfs fownrd
ncndomIc oxcoIIonco nnd fo µromofo
ncndomIc oncourngomonf from
fonmmnfos.
AII vnrsIfy nfhIofIc fonms nnd
fIno nrfs grouµs fhnf µnrfIcIµnfo In
AssocInfIon sµonsorod ncfIvIfIos nro
oIIgIbIo for fhIs rocognIfIon µro-
grnm. Insod on n duµIIcnfod counf,
ns roµorfod In fho 20l0-ll
SÐHSAA InrfIcIµnfIon Survoy,
ovor 30,800 sfudonfs µnrfIcIµnfo In
InforschoInsfIc nfhIofIcs nnd ovor
29,200 moro nro InvoIvod In fIno
nrfs ncfIvIfIos. Tho AcndomIc Tonm
Awnrd µrogrnm µrovIdos hIgh
schooI sfudonfs wIfh fho oµµorfu-
nIfy fo µrovo fhoy cnn bo ovor-
whoImIngIy succossfuI In bofh ncn-
domIcs ns woII ns In nfhIofIc nnd
fIno nrfs ncfIvIfIos.
AII vnrsIfy nfhIofIc fonms nnd
fIno nrfs grouµs fhnf nchIovo n com-
bInod grndo µoInf nvorngo of 3.0 or
hIghor, nro oIIgIbIo fo rocoIvo fho
SÐHSAA AcndomIc AchIovomonf
Tonm Awnrd.
WIfh fho comµIofIon of nII fho
SÐHSAA fnII nfhIofIc nnd fIno nrfs
ncfIvIfIos, fho SÐHSAA nnnouncos
fhnf fho foIIowIng schooIs nnd fhoIr
fonms hnvo rocoIvod fho ¨AcndomIc
AchIovomonf Tonm Awnrds¨ for fho
20ll-20l2 InII Sonson nro:
Wu!!
:Ioys Cross Counfry Tonm
:AII-Sfnfo Chorus
:IoofbnII Tonm
:IoofbnII ChoorIondors
:VoIIoybnII Tonm
2011-2012 Fall SDHSAA Athletic and
Fine Arts Academic Achievement
Team award recipients announced
:µInnod Skyo Soosbo (I/C), 2:35
:µInnod Thomns Snndoz (C/!),
3:0l
:mnjor docIsIon by Tnnnor IIos-
Innd (C!S), 6-l9
:docIson ovor Jordnn Hunf
(ÐO!), 8-2
:dofnuIf fo CInyfon SvnIInn
(MO!)
Rogev ÐuvIs, l82 Ibs., ?fh µInco,
rocord l-8
:byo
:µInnod by WIff Ðobosh (STM),
l:2l
:byo
:fochnIcnI fnII by Cody CnrIson
(!CC), l-l6
:µInnod by Tyson Sorr (I/C), :56
Iogun Ammons, l95 Ibs., 5fh
µInco, rocord ll-8
:byo
:docIsIon ovor MnrquIs TrujIIIo
(!CC), 5-l
:µInnod by !yno InIor (HC),
3:33
:docIsIon by CIny SoIdIor (C!S),
2-?
:µInnod TrujIIIo (!CC), l:45
GuvIn ÐeVvIes, 220 Ibs., 8fh
µInco, rocord 9-l0
:µInnod MIko Murrny (C!S),
3:05
:µInnod by Josso OIIvor (!/M),
l:40
:forfoIf by Mnff Krogmnn (C!S)
:µInnod by KncIo HorrIg (!ÐS),
4:2?
:µInnod by JIm Croono (HOT),
4:0l
Junior Vuroity
Puu! SmI!ey, l06 Ibs., rocord 0-2
:µInnod by ÐnIIns TnyIor
(MO!), 2:36
:µInnod by !nno SchuoIko
(ÞIW), :l6
Bvennun Kuku!, ll3 Ibs., 0-6
:µInnod by Kurf Irnun (I/C),
3:l9
:µInnod by Znch IrIon (!ÐS), :54
Runce JoLnson, ll3 Ibs., 8fh
µInco, rocord 3-5
:µInnod by Cono TrImbIo (!ÐS),
3:40
:byo
:µInnod !ognn IIcknor (CHA),
l:40
:mnjor docIsIon by MIIos KIrk
(C!S), 3-ll
:docIsIon by !ukns Chnso (SC),
9-l2
Tho noxf confosf for fho IhIIIµ
Aron fonm wIII bo fho WInnor
wrosfIIng fournnmonf, Snfurdny,
Jnnunry 2l, sfnrfIng nf 8:30 n.m.
Tourism Advisory Board
eIects officers
Tho Covornor`s TourIsm AdvI-
sory Ionrd hns oIocfod now offIcors
for fho comIng yonr.
JIm Schndo of VoIgn wns oIocfod
bonrd µrosIdonf durIng n moofIng
In IIorro. JuIIo !nnum of Wnfor-
fown wns oIocfod vIco µrosIdonf.
¨Wo gronfIy nµµrocInfo nnd
fhnnk fhoso who sorvo on fho
TourIsm AdvIsory Ionrd,¨ snId JIm
Hngon, Socrofnry of fho Soufh
Ðnkofn Ðoµnrfmonf of TourIsm.
¨Tho bonrd mombors µrovIdo nddod
vnIuo nnd oxµorfIso fo fho µro-
grnms nnd cnmµnIgns wo hnvo In
our doµnrfmonf. Wo nro forfunnfo
fo hnvo Iondors IIko fhoso who hoIµ
ndvnnco fho vIsIfor Indusfry In our
sfnfo.¨
Tho TourIsm AdvIsory Ionrd Is
nµµoInfod by fho Covornor nnd In-
cIudos vIsIfor Indusfry nnd cIfIzon
roµrosonfnfIvos from ncross fho
sfnfo. Ionrd mombors sorvo ns II-
nIsons bofwoon busInossos In fhoIr
nron nnd fho Soufh Ðnkofn Ðo-
µnrfmonf of TourIsm. Tho bonrd
nIso offors Inµuf nbouf mnrkofIng
sfrnfogIos for fho doµnrfmonf.
Curronf TourIsm AdvIsory
Ionrd mombors IncIudo Sfnn An-
dorson, John IrockoIsby, !oIs
ÐnvIs, JIm Infonmnn, Ðnvo
CoIsIor, Coorgo KossIor, JuIIo
!nnum, JIm Schndo, Hnnnnh WnI-
fors nnd Irnnk SmIfh. CoIsIor,
who hns sorvod on fho bonrd for 32
yonrs, µInns fo rofIro nf fho ond of
Jnnunry.
Tho Soufh Ðnkofn Ðoµnrfmonf
of TourIsm Is comµrIsod of
TourIsm, fho Soufh Ðnkofn Arfs
CouncII, nnd fho Soufh Ðnkofn
Sfnfo HIsforIcnI SocIofy. Tho Ðo-
µnrfmonf Is Iod by Socrofnry
Jnmos Ð. Hngon.

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Tho Soufh Ðnkofn IubIIc !fIII-
fIos CommIssIon hns Ionrnod of In-
cIdonfs InvoIvIng frnuduIonf nccoss
of µrIvnfo wIroIoss µhono nccounfs
nnd urgos consumors fo nµµIy nd-
dIfIonnI socurIfy monsuros fo µro-
focf fhoIr nccounfs.
Consumors hnvo roInyod fo fho
I!C IncIdonfs of fhoIr wIroIoss
µhono nccounfs boIng nccossod by
unnufhorIzod µorsons from oufsIdo
of Soufh Ðnkofn who hnvo frnudu-
IonfIy usod fho nccounfs fo ncquIro
now dovIcos. Tho cosf of fho dovIcos
Is shown ns n chnrgo fo fho rIghffuI
nccounf ownor. Thoso consumors
hnvo workod wIfh fhoIr wIroIoss
µhono µrovIdor fo roµorf fho IncI-
donfs, corrocf fho bIIIIng chnrgos
nnd chnngo µorsonnI IdonfIfIcnfIon
numbors nssocInfod wIfh nccounfs.
Tho frnuduIonf ncfIvIfy Is occurrIng
µrodomInnnfIy on nccounfs fhnf
uso fho Insf four dIgIfs of fho
ownor`s SocInI SocurIfy numbor ns
IdonfIfIcnfIon. In sovornI cnsos dIs-
cussod wIfh fho I!C, fho consumor
wns nof nwnro fhoIr SocInI SocurIfy
numbor wns sforod wIfh fhoIr
wIroIoss µhono nccounf.
Tho I!C oncourngos nII con-
sumors fo cIosoIy monIfor fhoIr
µorsonnI wIroIoss nccounfs nnd Im-
modInfoIy roµorf nny unusunI nc-
fIvIfy fo fhoIr wIroIoss µrovIdor.
AddIfIonnIIy, consumors shouId ro-
quosf fhoIr SocInI SocurIfy numbor
nof bo usod fo IdonfIfy fhoIr nc-
counf nnd roquosf n now µorsonnI
IdonfIfIcnfIon numbor or µnssword
If If Is. Consumors cnn confncf
fhoIr wIroIoss µrovIdor onIIno, vIsIf
fhoIr µrovIdor`s IocnI rofnII sforo or
ncfIvnfo µnssword µrofocfIon from
fhoIr wIroIoss dovIco.
Consumors mny roquosf nssIs-
fnnco from fho I!C by cnIIIng l-
800-332-l?82 or omnIIIng
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Go/lereJ I, Ironcee Poe/e
Tho ¨MIghfy WnII IInyors¨ µro-
sonfod fhoIr Ono Acf IIny
¨SomofhIng`s !offon In fho Sfnfo of
Ðonmnrk¨ In comµofIfIon nf IIorro
on Wodnosdny of Insf wook (nof
Mondny, ns I hnd If In fho nows
sorry!). WIfh sovon schooIs comµof-
Ing, WnII wns ono of fwo schooIs
judgod fo go on In comµofIfIon
whIch wIII bo In Abordoon. Af fhIs
fImo, If Is schoduIod for Iobrunry
2nd. Throo of WnII`s ncfors ro-
coIvod ¨oufsfnndIng µorformnnco¨
nwnrds !ydor WIIson, AIyssn
IrmIsh nnd !Idgo SnndnI. Our
congrnfuInfIons go ouf fo fhom. If
you mIssod sooIng fho µorform-
nnco, fhoy nro doIng If ngnIn nf fho
CommunIfy Confor on fho ovonIng
of Jnnunry 29fh. CongrnfuInfIons
fo nII fhoso InvoIvod.
IIoronco CInssgow hns rofurnod
fo hor homo In WnII nffor boIng
gono nbouf fIvo monfhs! Sho wns
vIsIfIng hor dnughfors, CIndy nnd
AImn, who bofh IIvo In IndInnn,
nbouf fwo nnd ono hnIf mIIos
nµnrf. WoIcomo homo, IIoronco.
IIoronco CInssgow`s brofhor,
Jnmos Ionrson of SµonrfIsh,
µnssod nwny on Jnnunry l6fh.
SorvIcos woro schoduIod for Jnnu-
nry 23rd wIfh burInI nf n Infor
dnfo. IIoronco Is now fho Insf of
hor sIbIIngs, buf sfIII IIvIng nIso
nro n sIsfor-In-Inw nnd n brofhor-
In-Inw. Our condoIoncos go ouf fo
fho fnmIIy.
Jonn Hunfor bocnmo n gronf-
grnndmofhor for fho fhIrd fImo
wIfh fho bIrfh of n bnby boy fo
Ðorok nnd JnmIo OIson of IIs-
mnrck. Ho wns born on Jnnunry
l0fh nnd nnmod ÞoInn ÐnvId.
JnmIo Is fho dnughfor of JnckIo
nnd ÐnvId ÐrIscoII of IIorro, mnk-
Ing fhom grnndµnronfs. Congrnfu-
InfIons fo fho fnmIIy.
Thursdny ovonIng, fho l9fh wns
n vory coId ovonIng buf fwonfy
µooµIo mndo If ouf fo onjoy fho
SonIor CIfIzon µof Iuck. CnroI
Hnhn cnIIod numbors for IIngo
nffor suµµor.
Tho IInck HIIIs Sfock Show nnd
!odoo Is fho nows of fhIs wook. If
sfnrfs on Jnnunry 2?fh nnd onds
on Iobrunry 5fh wIfh n Iof of
rodoos, shooµ dog frInIs, IIvosfock
shows nnd ofhor onforfnInmonf.
Tho ¨IndInnds QuIIfors¨ nro
schoduIod fo gIvo n Trunk Show on
oµonIng dny, Jnnunry 2?fh nf l:00
µ.m. WIfh nII fho µrojocfs fhoy
hnvo boon workIng on, If shouId bo
gronf!
Tho IInsIus fnmIIy nro nII moro
fhnn Inforosfod In sµorfs nnd fhoIr
off sµrIng nro doIng vory woII.
JosIo µInys JunIor VnrsIfy CIrIs`
InskofbnII nnd whon WnII µInyod
Þow !ndorwood on Snfurdny,
WnII cnmo ouf wInnors! Tho boys
nro wrosfIors !nno cnmo In fIrsf
In hIs cInss nf fho fournoy In
Irosho nnd ngnIn on Snfurdny nf
WInnor. Tho youngor boys (IInIr,
Iurk nnd Jnco) nII wrosfIod nf Sf.
Thomns Moro on IrIdny, nnd cnn
you guoss¨ AII hnd fIrsf µIncos In
fhoIr cInss! CongrnfuInfIons!
!nndy WIIIInms of !IncoIn,
cnmo on IrIdny fo vIsIf hIs µnr-
onfs, !os nnd Kny. Ho rofurnod fo
!IncoIn on Mondny.
ÐnrIn, !nchoI, IrIn nnd IrockIn
Iuhmnnn wonf fo Ðondwood on
IrIdny fo hoIµ ÐnrIn`s grnnd-
mofhor, JnnIo Konnody of IhIIIµ,
coIobrnfo hor 80fh bIrfhdny. AII of
JnnIo`s chIIdron, grnndchIIdron
nnd gronf-grnndchIIdron woro In
nffondnnco nf hor µnrfy nf fho
!odgo. CongrnfuInfIons, JnnIo!
HnzoI Thomµson drovo fo WnII
on IrIdny nnd nccomµnnIod Chnr-
Iono Kjorsfnd fo SµonrfIsh. Thoy
mof ChnrIono`s sIsfor CIoo !owo
nnd hor brofhor CInudo !nmsoy
nnd HnzoI`s dnughfor-In-Inw Jody
Thomµson of Sundnnco for Iunch.
HnzoI wonf homo wIfh Jody fo sfny
ovornIghf wIfh hor nnd !ussoII, ro-
furnIng fo SµonrfIsh on Snfurdny
fo vIsIf Ion !nmsoy. ChnrIono nnd
HnzoI hnd µInnnod fo sfny unfII
Sundny buf, nffor honrIng fho
wonfhor forocnsf, hondod for homo.
Wo honrd of fho µnssIng of !or-
rnIno WIIIInmson, whoso funornI
wns In !nµId CIfy on Tuosdny. Our
symµnfhy goos ouf fo fho fnmIIy.
Irondn CnrmIchnoI, Isfhor WoI-
ford nnd ÐInno CoIgIo frnvoIod fo
MIfchoII on Thursdny. Thoy mof
Amy Ioors fhoro, nnd fhoy nII nf-
fondod ¨Tho Womon In IIuo Jonns
Conforonco¨ on IrIdny. On Snfur-
dny, fhoy drovo ouf fo Amy nnd
Torry`s fo soo fho µrogross boIng
mndo on fhoIr now homo boforo
hondIng bnck fo WnII. If wns n fun
¨!ndIos¨ oufIng.
ThoImn Johnnnoson furnod 95
yonrs oId on Tuosdny, fho 24fh.
Sho Is In fho Cood SnmnrIfnn Con-
for In Þow !ndorwood. Congrnfu-
InfIons go ouf fo hor.
Tho !ogIsInfIvo MomorInI Sorv-
Ico of IIorro, InvIfod fho Iodorson
fnmIIy nnd cIoso roInfIvos of Cor-
don fo n bonufIfuI momorInI sorv-
Ico. IIvo ofhor !ogIsInfors, who
µnssod nwny In 20ll, woro hon-
orod nIso.
Wo hnvo hnd rnfhor n coId wook
wIfh snow nnd wInd on Sundny
fhnf dIdn`f Insf Iong. Iorocnsf for
fhIs wook Iooks IIko nvorngo fom-
µornfuros nnd no mnjor sforms!
Thoro Is n Iof of Ico so wnfch your
sfoµ. Injoy your wook!
GoJ gron/ ne /le eenili/, /o for-
ge/ /le people 1 neter li/eJ, /le
gooJ for/une /o run in/o /le onee 1
Jo onJ /le e,eeigl/ /o /ell /le Jif-
ference. ~OlJ 1riel ProterI
COURANT
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AM£RICAN I£GION
& A\XIIIARY
Tho AmorIcnn !ogIon nnd Aux-
IIInry wIII moof Thursdny, Jnnunry
26, nf 6:00 µ.m., In fho WnII Com-
munIfy Confor moofIng room.
JIm SmIfh rodo wIfh Tom Trnsk
fo Jndo HInvkn`s nonr Howos on
IrIdny. Jndo Is n mochnnIc. Sun-
dny nIghf, John nnd ÐnrIono WuIf
woro suµµor guosfs nf fho SmIfhs.
IroddIo Iorguson hnd n fun Snf-
urdny nffornoon nnd Sundny work-
Ing on hIs Incomo fnx. (IroddIo, If
wouIdn`f bo such n bIg job If you
dIdn`f mnko so much monoy.)
ShoIIn Trnsk wonf bnck fo
!ochosfor, MÞ, Tuosdny fhrough
IrIdny, nnd hnd somo corrocfIvo
surgory dono fo hor knoo. Hor bosf
frIond, Ðob SmIfh, wonf wIfh hor.
MIck Trnsk wonf fo IInIr, ÞI, ono
dny fo vIsIf hIs son, JusfIn !ovI.
TomIIyn wns homo from coIIogo
fhIs wookond.
JIm nnd CnroIIno WIIsoy wonf fo
WnII, Mondny nIghf, fo wnfch fho
gIrIs` bnskofbnII gnmo. Ðnughfor
Irondn Konsfnnfy from Toxns,
cnmo Thursdny fo vIsIf n fow dnys.
Snfurdny, fhoy mof Irnndon nnd
frIond VIcforIn for suµµor In !nµId
CIfy nnd fhon nffondod n !ush
hockoy gnmo, nnd fho !ush won.
!on IIrkus from Sfovons IoInf,
WI, vIsIfod nf fho IhIIIµ WIIson
homo Insf wookond. Ho Is nn oId
frIond nnd formor door hunfor, (I
fhInk).
Jnnof WIIson wonf fo IIodmonf,
Insf wookond fo wnfch grnndson,
!ognn Tschoffor. Thursdny, Jnnof
nnd sIsfor !Indn TIfff wonf fo n
comµufor cInss In WnII µuf on by
CoIdon Wosf. (SomofhIng fhnf I
nood fo do, oxcoµf you cnn`f fonch
nn oId dog now frIcks.or ovon
¨oId` frIcks In somo cnsos.)
!Indn TIfff subsfIfufod nf fho
IIm SµrIngs SchooI on IrIdny.
!nsf Sundny, !nndor !oggo nnd n
frIond cnmo fo TIfff`s fo hunf
µrnIrIo dogs. (Honvon forbId,
shoofIng fhoso µoor IIffIo cufo crIf-
fors.)
Cnroy nnd Inm TInos hnd
grnndkIds !nInoo Mno nnd John
ouf for fho wookond.
!ynn nnd Snndy IIoIds wonf fo
Ðonvor on Snfurdny fo nffond
noµhow IrInn Inrkor`s woddIng.
Snndy snId fhoy rofurnod on Sun-
dny on somo forrIbIy Icy nnd wIndy
ronds fhrough WyomIng.
I`m goIng fo fnko n shorf bronk
nbouf now. Inf Trnsk`s nows Is
comIng uµ. (Jusf kIddIng Inf. Your
nows Is Imµorfnnf fo IIm SµrIngs.)
ÞIck nnd AusfIn Trnsk roconfIy
gof fhoIr CÐ! IIconso, for drIvIng
Inrgo frucks. ThIs wIII µroµnro
fhom for ncquIsIfIon of wonIfh In
fho ÞÐ oII fIoIds ns woII wonIfh In
fho Trnsk fnmIIy ondonvors. Ivnn
Andorson sµonf mosf of fhIs wook
workIng for Inf nnd Tom Trnsk ns
woII ns for !od Andors.
Commn !oso Trnsk wns on fho
Ðonn`s IIsf nf Chndron Sfnfo CoI-
Iogo for fho 20ll fnII somosfor.
(Wny fo go, Commn.) On Sundny,
fho Inf Trnsks vIsIfod Irynnf
ChrIsfoµor In fho !nµId CIfy !o-
gIonnI HosµIfnI, whoro ho Is rocov-
orIng from µnoumonIn; nnd Infor
hnd suµµor nf InuI Ynnfos nffor
nffondIng Mnss nf Sf. Thoroso`s.
MorrIs !Inn hnd Sundny morn-
Ing bronkfnsf nf Trnsk`s whoro fho
IIm SµrIngs ScnIo Corµ hnd n
moofIng. Ix-mnrIno !ynn AIIsfndf
(IrIvnfo !ynn¨) hoIµod fhIs wook
In µIck-uµ nnd doIIvory of nIfnIfn
sood from Iummor SImons nnd
ofhor rnnchors In µroµnrnfIon for
sµrIng nIfnIfn µInnfIng. CrnIg nnd
Shnunfoo CoIIor from Kndokn,
bognn fronchIng n now wnfor IIno
fo fho bordor fonco of Ðr. Mc-
ÐougnIs µnsfuro; fho oId !ussoII
IurmoIsfor rnnch.
Inf Trnsk snId fhnf fhoro wns n
confInuIng sngn of roducIng fho
coyofo µoµuInfIon IocnIIy. Jon
Mndson from Jonnor`s IquIµ. In
!nµId CIfy, wns n IrIdny mornIng
guosf. (I wondor If Jon mnnngod fo
soII somofhIng.)
Tho Trnsk-Coorfoson fnmIIIos
comµIofod mofIons In courf In Snn
IrnncIsco, CA, concornIng n rovor-
snI of fho snIo of CM (ConofIcnIIy-
ModIfIod) nIfnIfn sood. Iroµnrn-
fIons nro boIng mndo for n moofIng
of nIfnIfn growors concorns for
growIng nnd soIIIng SÐ nIfnIfn
sood. ThIs moofIng Is schoduIod for
Jnnunry 26fh, suµor nf ? µ.m., nf
fho conforonco room nf fho Wnsfn
!osfnurnnf nnd !oungo. (Wnsfn
Inr).
Joo Trnsk rofurnod fo SÐS! fo
comµIofo hIs fInnI somosfor of ng-
oconomIcs nnd µro-Inw dogroo. Ho
ncquIrod fho hIghosf ond-of-somos-
for oxnm scoros In fho oconomIcs
cInss of 20l2.
SfoµhnnIo Trnsk Ionrnod of hor
nccumuInfIon of fIrsf somosfor
CIA nf !SÐ of 3.0. SfoµhnnIo ro-
coIvod nddIfIonnI nccoIndos for
IondIng n cnmµnIgn of oxµosIng
fInwod Idons of fho Koysfono-IxcoI
IIµoIIno.
JuIIo Trnsk roconfIy comµIofod n
fwo wook rofnfIonnI µorIod of nIno-
foon hours µor dny of smnII nnImnI
urgonf cnro, nnd now bogIns n fwo
wook sfInf In n Inrgo nnImnI cIInIc
nf If. CoIIIns, CO.
Wny fo go.Commn, Joo,
SfoµhnnIo nnd JuIIo. I hoµo fhnf I
roµorfod nII of fhIs fnIrIy nccu-
rnfoIy. I hnvo n bnd fImo rondIng
nnd undorsfnndIng my own nofos.
!nwronco Iurko hnd hIs grnnd-
son, SkyIor Iurko ouf Mondny nnd
Tuosdny. On Thursdny, I wonf fo
!nµId CIfy nnd hnd Iunch wIfh my
dnughfor, MoIIssn, nnd SkyIor bo-
foro ho Ioff for If. !owIs, WA, on
IrIdny.
I hnvo boon wnfchIng n Iof of
µrosIdonfnI hoµofuIs dobnfos, ns
woII ns n Iof of foofbnII InfoIy. Ono
good fhIng, nf Ionsf fho foofbnII
sonson Is nonrIng nn ond.
Quo/e. Tle reoeon /lo/ uonen
Jon`/ plo, foo/Ioll ie Iecouee ,ou
con`/ ge/ eleten uonen /o ueor /le
eone ou/fi/ o/ /le eone /ine.
SuIni//eJ I, Lourence Bur/e
IIm SµrIngs Church SorvIcos
wIII bo hoId Sundny, Jnnunry 29fh
nf 2:00 µ.m.
John, Jonn nnd Knssnndrn !Inn
wonf fo Þow !ndorwood on Snfur-
dny fo wnfch WnII boys nnd gIrIs
µIny fho Þow !ndorwood boys nnd
gIrIs, nnd fofnI of four gnmos.
MorrIs nnd Knssnndrn !Inn
wonf fo WnII on Wodnosdny, nnd
vIsIfod MIck Trnsk on fho wny
homo. CIydo Arnoson vIsIfod for
coffoo onrIIor fhnf dny.
Andy nnd KoIIIo !Inn wonf fo
IIorro, Wodnosdny, fo wnfch
ImIIy µorform In fho Ono Acf µIny
comµofIfIon. Thoy movo on fo fho
Sfnfo comµofIfIon In Abordoon.
Tho Andy !Inns hnvo boon goIng
fo ¨mucho¨ bnskofbnII gnmos.
On Thursdny, CIydo Arnoson,
MorrIs nnd Andy !Inn wonf fo In-
gnIIs Angus nonr OµnI, wIfh onch
ono buyIng n buII. (Thnf musf hnvo
boon somo ¨buII¨ sossIon.)
Snfurdny nIghf, MoI nnd
Ðorofhy hnd grnndson Chnnco An-
dorson nnd frIond !oroffn KnhI
from IsnboI vIsIfIng. Sundny, fho
fhroo InuIoy gIrIs woro ouf fo hoIµ
gnfhor horsos.
!onnIo Arnoson nnd TorI !nms-
doII hnvo n now nddIfIon fo fhoIr
fnmIIy.n µuro-bIood AusfrnIInn
Shoµhord µuµµy nnmod SIorrn.
CongrnfuInfIons!
Tho Snm Johnsfons wonf fo
ÞowoII, Thursdny, fo wnfch CnrIoo
µIny bnskofbnII. IrIdny, fhoy wonf
fo Kndokn fo wnfch Cnrson nnd
Ion !Inn µIny. Snfurdny, fhoy nIso
wonf fo fho gnmos nf Þow !ndor-
wood nnd nfforwnrds hnd suµµor
wIfh Snm`s mom, Þormn IoIIogrIn.
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Tuesday & Friday, 8 p.m.
Methodist Church Basement East Entrance
When anyone anywhere reaches out for heIp, I want the hand
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Ditching and Trenching of all types
Craig CoIIer 837-2690
Kadoka, SD
Bud!unds AutomotIve
For all your automotive needs.
Jerry & Bev Mooney
Phone: 279-2827 or 279-2733
Wall, SD
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wc|ghl. ; lb-. l;.5 cz. l5.;`
larcnl-. Jc-h : larcq Crccll,
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lcrl|n : larq Janc lcqlc, wall,
Rcgcr : 1|na Crccll, ¬undancc,
l|ll : lcllq Rc|charl, l|nchur-l, ¦C,
Caqlcrd : Jcan lcnz, ¬undancc,
Junc ¬hr|bncr, ¦cw Rccklcrd, ¦I
¬¡cn-crcd bq. Crcal-Crand¡a
: Crcal-Crandna lcqlc
la×
lcrl|n
Crccll
SuIni//eJ I,
Llo,J Wille, & Aeeocio/e
Mnrgoo WIIIoy, boIng n Hnµµy
Wnndoror In IIorIdn snys sho
kooµs busy wIfh !nmon nnd
dnughfor AIIfn IrIgoyons nnd
grnnddnughfors OIIvIn nnd SofIn
nf CornI CnbIos. SofIn µInys on n
Soccor fonm nnd fhoy nffondod nII
four gnmos nf n roconf fournn-
monf; If wns n ¨wIn somo, Ioso
somo¨ fImo for fho fonm.
Word from Annn !oo Humµhroy
Is fhnf sho Is nIcoIy soffIod nf Cood
SnmnrIfnn In Þow !ndorwood nnd
fooIIng boffor onch dny. Annn !oo
workod nf Cood Snm for sovornI
yonrs ns hond chof In fho kIfchon.
Snndy Mong drovo hor brofhor
Chuck WhIfo fo WnIIn WnIIn,
WnshIngfon whoro ho µIckod uµ n
now somI fruck. Chuck drovo fho
fruck bnck fo Soufh Ðnkofn nnd
Snndy fook somo oxfrn fImo vIsIf-
Ing frIonds In Crossor, WnshIng-
fon, boforo fho rofurn frIµ bnck fo
Wnsfn. Sho snId sho know sho wns
homo whon In hor ynrd wns our
rosIdonf doo wIfh hor vory young
fwIn fnwns groofIng hor rofurn.
Mnry !owIs drovo fo Kndokn
Insf wook fo hnvo Iunch wIfh n
frIond, fhon on fo fho rnnch fo vIsIf
brofhor John SoIon. John wns busy
robuIIdIng corrnIs, so Mnry gnvo n
hoIµIng hnnd.
SfnnIoy nnd Knfhy McÞnbb,
ÐInnn Turgoon nnd Inyo Irynn nf-
fondod nn ovonIng comµufor cInss
nf CoIdon Wosf In WnII. Tho cInss
wns vory InformnfIvo nnd woII nf-
fondod. !nndnII Iosfo wns fho In-
sfrucfor, wIfh nssIsfnnco fo fhoso
of us who noodod hoIµ, by JIII
!Ionorf nnd ÐusfIn Curr. Thnnk
you, CoIdon Wosf ToIocommunIcn-
fIons for fho cInss; If wns vory
hoIµfuI nnd wo nro IookIng forwnrd
fo fho noxf ono.
!nndnII Iosfo wns n Wnsfn vIsI-
for hoIµIng Wnndn HnII sof uµ n
now comµufor nnd µrInfor. Ho nIso
cnIIod on ofhor rosIdonfs In fown fo
chock fhoIr comµufors nnd gIvo
somo much noodod hoIµ.
An nrfIcIo In fho IInck HIIIs
!ounduµ IubIIcnfIon cnughf our
Inforosf. Choyonno ÐoorIng µrosI-
donf of IIA, snys fhoy nro coIIocf-
Ing ¨Snvo Your SoIos¨ In fhIs nron.
If you hnvo somo ¨gonfIy worn¨
shoos fhnf you wIsh fo donnfo, you
mny Ionvo fhom nf WnII Iood Con-
for, WnII IuIIdIng Confor, WnII
HIgh SchooI nnd ofhor schooI
ovonfs unfII Jnnunry 2?. Tho shoos
coIIocfod wIII bo sonf fo SoIos 4
SouIs nnd shIµµod fo counfrIos In
nood. Ior moro InformnfIon you
mny cnII ÐnnI HorrIng nf 2?9-
2l56.
Ðoug nnd CnroI Hnrµor, dnugh-
for AudrInn nro movIng Info fhoIr
roconfIy µurchnsod homo on ¨I¨
Sfroof fhIs wook. A good wook
wonfhorwIso for fhoIr movo.
Sorry fo honr !orrnIno
WIIIInmson µnssod nwny; our con-
doIoncos fo fho fnmIIy; !orrnIno
wns n formor rosIdonf of Wnsfn.
!ny nnd Jnmy WIIIInms woro ro-
conf vIsIfors In IhIIIµ nnd Jnmy
sµonf somo fImo vIsIfIng hor
brofhor. Sundny ovonIng guosfs nf
fho WIIIInms homo woro ÐnvId
Hnrsfond nnd Knron SodorquIsf.
Mnrgoo WIIIoy nrrIvod homo
Mondny, Jnnunry 23, jusf In fImo
fo coIobrnfo fho fIrsf dny of ChI-
noso Yonr of fho Ðrngon wIfh hor
noIghbor.
¨Mon, /linge uill co/cl ,our e,e,
Iu/ onl, o feu uill /oucl ,our
leor/.¨ ~Anon,noue
Wos1o Wonder1ngs
Tho Soufh Ðnkofn Cnmo, IIsh
nnd Inrks CommIssIon hns µro-
µosod fwo chnngos fo IIconsos nvnII-
nbIo for fho Wosf !Ivor SµocInI
Iuck hunfIng sonson.
Tho numbor of IIconsos nvnIInbIo
for fho Wosf !Ivor sonson wouId In-
cronso from 500 fo 600 for bofh ros-
Idonfs nnd nonrosIdonfs. Tho II-
conso foo for fho nonrosIdonf Wosf
!Ivor SµocInI Iuck IIconso wouId
Incronso from $500 fo $600.
Þo chnngos nro µroµosod for fho
rosIdonf Insf !Ivor SµocInI Iuck II-
consos. Thoro wouId bo 500 IIconsos
nvnIInbIo for fho noxf sonson.
Tho SµocInI Iuck IIconsos run In
conjuncfIon wIfh fho Wosf !Ivor
Ðoor sonson nnd Insf !Ivor Ðoor
sonson, rosµocfIvoIy.
AddIfIonnI InformnfIon Is nvnII-
nbIo onIIno nf hffµ://www.gfµ.sd.
gov/ngoncy/commIssIon/dofnuIf.nsµ
x.
Thoso wIshIng fo µrovIdo wrIffon
commonfs on fho Wosf !Ivor Sµo-
cInI Iuck hunfIng sonson µroµosnI
mny do so unfII 5 µ.m. on Wodnos-
dny, Iob. 29. Commonfs mny bo
mnIIod fo Cnmo, IIsh nnd Inrks
CommIssIon, 523 I. CnµIfoI Avo.,
IIorro, SÐ, 5?50l, or omnIIod fo
wIIdInfo¸sfnfo.sd.us.
Inch commonf musf hnvo fho
sondor's fuII nnmo nnd nddross In
ordor fo bo IncIudod In fho µubIIc
rocord.
Commonfs mny nIso bo µro-
sonfod In µorson nf fho 2 µ.m. CST
µubIIc honrIng durIng fho CII
CommIssIon moofIng, whIch Is
schoduIod for Thursdny, Mnrch l,
nf fho Iorf IIorro HoIIdny Inn Ix-
µross.
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Chapels in Philip, Wall & Kadoka
Jack, Gayle & D.J. Rush
www.rushfuneralhome.com
DowIing Community Church
Memorial Day through Labor Day
Service 10:00 a.m.
BadIands Cowboy Church
WaII Rodeo Grounds
Wednesdays, 7 p.m.
EvangeIicaI Free BibIe Church
WaII
Ron Burtz, Pastor
279-2867 · www.waIIfreechurch.com
Wednesdays: Good News Club, 2:45 p.m.,
Awana 4:45 p.m., Youth Nite, 7:00 p.m.;
Sundays: Sunday School &
Adult Bible Fellowship, 9 a.m.,
Sunday Worship Service, 10:30 a.m.,
Women's Bible Study, 6:30 p.m.
Interior Community Church
Highway 44 East
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.;
Sunday Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
Scenic Community Church
Pastor Ken Toews
Services - 2nd and 4th Sundays
9:00 a.m.; Sept. through May.
First Baptist Church
New Underwood
Pastor James Harbert
Bible Study, 9:00 a.m.;
Sunday Services, 10:00 a.m.
WaII United Methodist Church
Pastor Darwin Kopfmann · 279-2359
Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m.
Wasta
Services Sundays at 8:30 a.m.
New Underwood Community Church
Pastor Ed Wyatt
Sunday School 9 a.m.;
Adult & Children Service 10 a.m.;
Youth Fellowship: Wed. 7 - 8:30 p.m.
St. John's CathoIic Church
New Underwood
Father WiIIiam Zandri
Mass: Sundays at 11:00 a.m.;
Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m. at
Good Samaritan Nursing Home;
Reconciliation before Sun. Mass
First EvangeIicaI Lutheran Church
WaII
Pastor Curtis GarIand
Sunday Service, 9 a.m.
EmmanueI Lutheran Church
Creighton
Services 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning.
St. Patrick's CathoIic Church · WaII
Rev. Leo Hausmann
Masses: Saturday 5 p.m., Sunday 8 a.m.
Weekdays refer to Bulletin
St. Margaret Church · Lakeside
Mass: Saturday 7 p.m. even number months or
Sunday 10 a.m. odd number months
HoIy Rosary Church · Interior
Mass: Saturday 7 p.m. odd number months or
Sunday 10 a.m. even number months
by CorneIius R. Stam
John the Baptist intro-
duced our Lord with the
proclamation: "Repent, for
the Kingdom of Heaven is
at hand" (Matt.3:2).
Throughout His earthly
ministry Christ was known
as "the Son of David", the
king with whom God made
a covenant to establish His
Kingdom forever.
The Old Testament
prophets predicted that
Christ would -- and He will
-- reign on earth upon the
throne of His father David.
While His Kingdom was
being proclaimed "at
hand", He walked and
talked and ate with men as
"the Son of Man". Wearied
with travelling, He sat at
Jacob's well and asked for
a drink of water. Pressed
by the throng, He got into a
fishing boat and addressed
the multitudes from the
sea. Hated by His adver-
saries, He was tried,
scourged, spit upon, and
nailed to a tree. This was
indeed "Christ manifest in
the flesh".
With regard to His humil-
iation, however, the Apos-
tle Paul says, by divine in-
spiration: "God also hath
highly exalted Him and
given Him a name which is
above every name"
(Phil.2:9).
Again, the Apostle de-
clares that God's mighty
power was "wrought in
Christ, when He raised
Him from the dead, and set
Him at His own right hand
in the heavenly places,
FAR ABOVE ALL..."
(Eph.1:20). He is no longer
to be known as "the lowly
Jesus", but as the exalted
"Lord" in heaven. And this
has its bearing on us too:
"Wherefore henceforth
know we no man after the
flesh: Yea, though we have
known Christ after the
flesh, yet now, henceforth,
know we Him no more"
(ÌÌCor.5:16). Our blessed
Saviour is now to be
known as the glorified Son
of God, the Great Dis-
penser of Grace to a lost
humanity; the One who in
love and mercy "tasted
death for every man"
(Heb.2:9).
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Ob11uor1es
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Jnmos !. Ionrson, 8?, of
SµonrfIsh dIod Mondny, Jnnunry
l6, 20l2, nf fho IoIIo Iourcho
HonIfhcnro.
MomorInI sorvIcos woro hoId
Mondny, Jnnunry 23, 20l2, nf II-
dIor-Isburg IunornI ChnµoI In
SµonrfIsh. Inurnmonf wIII fnko
µInco nf fho !oso Cnrdon In
SµonrfIsh In fho sµrIng.
Jnmos wns born Mnrch l6, l924,
In IhIIIµ, Soufh Ðnkofn, fo AxoI
nnd !onno (MIIos) Ionrson. Ho
wns rnIsod In IhIIIµ nnd nffor fho
oIghfh grndo, ho sfnrfod workIng
on fho fnmIIy rnnch. Jnmos mnr-
rIod !oIn MIIIor on Mnrch 9, l965,
In !nµId CIfy, SÐ. Ho workod vnr-
Ious jobs fhroughouf hIs IIfo In-
cIudIng consfrucfIon, rnIIrond nnd
nf fho Sfnfo Vofornns Homo In Hof
SµrIngs. Ho rofIrod from fho Sfnfo
Vofornns Homo nffor l3 yonrs of
sorvIco. Jnmos nnd !oIn mndo
fhoIr homo In SµonrfIsh sInco
l995.
CrnfofuI fo hnvo shnrod In
Jnmos' IIfo nro fwo sons, Hnrry
Ionrson of !ond, SÐ; nnd Jny
Ionrson of SµonrfIsh, SÐ; dnugh-
for, VIvInn Krus of HunfIngfon
Ionch, CA; sIsfor, IIoronco CIns-
gow of WnII, SÐ; nIno grnndchII-
dron; l9 gronf-grnndchIIdron;
brofhor-In-Inw, ImII Mngnusson of
!nµId CIfy, SÐ; nnd sIsfor-In-Inw,
Ðorofhy Ionrson of SµonrfIsh, SÐ.
Jnmos wns µrocodod In donfh by
hIs µnronfs, wIfo nnd four brofh-
ors; !oy MIIos, InImor, Ionr nnd
IrnncIs Ionrson nnd fwo sIsfors,
ThoImn Ðoormnn nnd !Ifn Mng-
nusson.
Arrnngomonfs nro undor fho
cnro of IIdIor-Isburg IunornI
ChnµoIs & Cromnfory SorvIco of
SµonrfIsh. OnIIno condoIoncos mny
bo wrIffon nf www.fIdIor-Isburgfu-
nornIchnµoIs.com.
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!orrnIno M. WIIIInmson, 86,
Ownnkn, µnssod nwny on IrIdny,
Jnnunry 20, 20l2 nf !nµId CIfy
!ogIonnI AuxIIInry HosµIco Houso.
Sho wns born on JuIy l5, l925,
In Soufh Ðnkofn fo Cus nnd !offIo
(!oII) SImon In fhoIr homo. !or-
rnIno nffondod counfry schooI nnd
hIgh schooI In Ownnkn nnd grndu-
nfod In l943. Sho wonf on fo nf-
fond coIIogo In SµonrfIsh, whoro
sho rocoIvod hor fonchors corfIfI-
cnfo. Sho fnughf counfry schooI
unfII l948 In fho Ownnkn nron nf
fho SImon SchooI, WnysIdo SchooI,
nnd fho Soufh Counfry SchooI.
!orrnIno wns unIfod In mnrrIngo
fo ArIo WIIIInmson on Iobrunry
28, l949 In SfurgIs. Thoy coIo-
brnfod fhoIr 50fh woddIng nn-
nIvorsnry In l993. Sho workod
nIongsIdo ArIo In fhoIr fruckIng
busInoss nnd nIso cIonnod mofoI
rooms In WnII unfII l959. In l960,
sho wonf bnck Info fonchIng 3rd
5fh grndos for n couµIo of yonrs In
Wnsfn nnd hoIµod ArIo run fho
Wnsfn Sfnndnrd OII sfnfIon unfII
l98l boforo goIng bnck fo mofoI
cIonnIng whIch sho dId for sovornI
yonrs.
Sho onjoyod µInyIng fho µInno by
onr, crochofIng, sµondIng fImo
wIfh hor fnmIIy nnd frIonds, who
nIso onjoyod hor ¨fnmous¨ choco-
Info chIµ cookIos. Sho onjoyod
shoµµIng frIµs fo !nµId CIfy wIfh
hor dnughfor TwIIn nnd onjoyod
dnncIng In Wnsfn nnd IIm SµrIngs
In hor onrIIor yonrs.
SurvIvors IncIudo fwo sons, CIon
(Inrbnrn) WIIIInmson, Ownnkn
nnd Inrf WIIIInmson, !nµId CIfy;
ono dnughfor, TwIIn (John)
Þnoschor, WnII; fwo sIsfors, Cnro-
IIno Ivory, Ardmoro, OK nnd Vorn
(CIydo) IIwood, ÞIsInnd, SÐ; sIx
grnndchIIdron nnd l5 gronf-grnnd-
chIIdron.
Sho wns µrocodod In donfh by
hor husbnnd ArIo In l999; hor µnr-
onfs; fhroo brofhors nnd fwo sIs-
fors.
SorvIcos woro hoId Tuosdny,
Jnnunry 24, 20l2, nf KIrk IunornI
Homo, wIfh Insfor Iruco Inum of-
fIcInfIng.
IurInI foIIowod nf IInck HIIIs
ÞnfIonnI Comofory nonr SfurgIs.
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Cny Mosos, ngo ?9, of IhIIIµ,
S.Ð., dIod IrIdny, Jnnunry 20,
20l2, nf fho !nµId CIfy !ogIonnI
HosµIfnI.
Cny !oroy Mosos wns born Iob-
runry 2, l932, In WInnor, fho son of
!oroy nnd MIIIIo (Ðryor) Mosos. Ho
grow uµ In WInnor, whoro ho ro-
coIvod hIs oducnfIon nnd workod on
hIs dnd`s fnrm.
In l952, Cny docIdod fo joIn fho
!nIfod Sfnfos MnrIno Corµ, work-
Ing ns n mIIIfnry µoIIcomnn. If wns
nf fhIs fImo, fhnf ho mof nnd mnr-
rIod hIs wIfo of 59 yonrs, Ann Ir-
Ickson. Cny wns honornbIy dIs-
chnrgod on Jnnunry l2, l954. Affor
IonvIng fho mIIIfnry, fhoy movod fo
IhIIIµ whoro ho bocnmo fho chIof of
µoIIco. Ho sorvod ns µoIIco chIof nnd
doµufy shorIff for ovor 25 yonrs. Ho
wns nIcknnmod "ChIof" by hIs
mnny frIonds, n nnmo fhnf sfnyod
wIfh hIm unfII fho Insf 20 yonrs
whon ho bocnmo known ns "Iunky"
by hIs fnmIIy.
Cny wns InsfrumonfnI In orgnn-
IzIng fho fIrsf ÞnfIonnI Cunrd !nIf
In IhIIIµ, whoro ho ovonfunIIy ro-
fIrod ns IIrsf Sorgonnf nffor ovor
26 yonrs of sorvIco. ÐurIng hIs
yonrs In IhIIIµ, Cny sorvod ns
mnInfonnnco suµorvIsor nf IhIIIµ
HonIfh SorvIcos for ovor l5 yonrs.
Ho nIso ownod nnd oµornfod Mosos
InforµrIsos nnd IIoor CIonnIng
busInoss for ovor 20 yonrs. Cny nIso
onjoyod dnIIy coffoo nnd hoIµIng ouf
nf fho Mosos IuIIdIng Confor.
Cny wns hnrdworkIng nnd n
fnmIIy mnn. Ho wns n IovIng hus-
bnnd, fnfhor, grnndµn nnd gronf-
grnndµn. Cny wns vory much Iovod
by nII hIs fnmIIy nnd frIonds, nnd
cnrod vory much for fho fown nnd
µooµIo of IhIIIµ.
Cny bocnmo III nnd couId nof
ovorcomo hIs IIInoss. Cny wIII bo
mIssod vory much by nII.
SurvIvors IncIudo hIs wIfo, Ann
Mosos of IhIIIµ; four sons, ÐonnIs
Mosos nnd hIs wIfo, Ðonnn, of Snn
AnfonIo, Toxns, Joo Mosos nnd hIs
wIfo, MIchnoIon, of !nµId CIfy,
MIchnoI Mosos nnd hIs wIfo, Shnr,
of IhIIIµ, nnd ÐonnId Mosos nnd
hIs wIfo, Wnndn, of InIrmonf, Þob.;
fwo dnughfors, IonnIo Mosos of
Ixofor, Þob., nnd JuIIo Irown of
InIrmonf, Þob.; l2 grnndchIIdron;
nIno gronf-grnndchIIdron; ono
brofhor, !oo Mosos of Hof SµrIngs;
fwo sIsfors, Avn Aoschbnchor of
CnrInnd, Toxns, nnd CnroI Mc-
Cronn of AIIon, Toxns; nnd n hosf of
ofhor roInfIvos nnd frIonds.
Cny wns µrocodod In donfh by
hIs µnronfs; n grnnddnughfor,
Shnndn Kny Mosos; n brofhor,
Hownrd Mosos; nnd n sIsfor, IIIoon
WoIsonborgor.
SorvIcos woro hoId Tuosdny,
Jnnunry 24, nf fho AmorIcnn !o-
gIon HnII In IhIIIµ, wIfh Infhor
KovIn Achbnch offIcInfIng.
MusIc wns µrovIdod by MnrI-
nnno IroIn, µInnIsf, nnd Iofh
IIfzgornId, vocnIIsf.
!shors woro Inf Songor, !nm-
soy KondnII nnd Iugono Arfhur.
InIIbonrors woro ÐonnIs, Joo,
MIchnoI, Ðon, AIox nnd MIchnoI
Mosos II, nnd Andy IIfzgornId.
Informonf wIfh mIIIfnry honors
wns Tuosdny nf fho IInck HIIIs Þn-
fIonnI Comofory nonr SfurgIs.
A momorInI hns boon osfnb-
IIshod.
Arrnngomonfs woro wIfh !ush
IunornI Homo of IhIIIµ.
HIs onIIno guosfbook Is nvnIInbIo
nf www.rushfunornIhomo.com
Tho IonnIngfon Counfy Ionrd
of CommIssIonors Is nccoµfIng nµ-
µIIcnfIons from IndIvIdunIs who
nro Inforosfod In sorvIng ns n
Counfy !InIson on fho !nµId CIfy
IubIIc !Ibrnry Ionrd.
SorvIco In fhIs µosIfIon Is voIun-
fnry nnd no comµonsnfIon wIII bo
dorIvod. Ionrd mombors nro ox-
µocfod fo nffond ono roguInrIy
schoduIod moofIng µor monfh, ns
woII ns nny sµocInI moofIngs whIch
mny bo cnIIod If noods nrIso. Moof-
Ings nro normnIIy hoId fho 3rd
Thursdny nf l2:00 µ.m. nf fho
!nµId CIfy IubIIc !Ibrnry.
Iorsons Inforosfod In nµµIyIng
for fhIs µosIfIon musf bo n rosIdonf
of IonnIngfon Counfy nnd IIvo ouf-
sIdo fho cIfy IImIfs of !nµId CIfy.
Thoso who wIsh fo bo consIdorod
for nn nµµoInfmonf nro nskod fo
submIf n CIfIzon Inforosf AµµIIcn-
fIon fo busoffIco¸rcµIIb.org or fho
!Ibrnry IusInoss OffIco nf 6l0
QuIncy Sfroof, !nµId CIfy, SÐ
5??0l. Tho nµµIIcnfIon Is nvnIInbIo
In fho CommIssIon OffIco, nf fho
!Ibrnry or onIIno nf
www.rcgov.org/!Ibrnry/.
AII nµµIIcnfIons musf bo ro-
coIvod by 4:00 µ.m., Iobrunry l0,
20l2. If soIocfod, InIfInI InforvIows
wIII bo conducfod by fho !nµId
CIfy IubIIc !Ibrnry Ionrd of
Trusfoos nf fhoIr Iobrunry l6,
20l2 moofIng. An nddIfIonnI Infor-
vIow wIII bo conducfod nnd fho nµ-
µIIcnnf soIocfod durIng fho Iobru-
nry 2l, 20l2 Ionrd of CommIssIon-
ors MoofIng.
Ior nddIfIonnI InformnfIon,
µIonso confncf fho Counfy Com-
mIssIon OffIco nf (605) 394-2l?l.
Commissioners accepting
appIications
tl1tIIII|II|l1I Il IKt tII||l|tII
lIl8 IKt tKI IlItl ItI8
for the 20X Extreme Showcase at the BHSS
on January 29th at 1:00 PM.
Goat Tying ÷ Kailey Rae Sawvell
Breakaway Roping ÷ Bailey Hapney
Pole Bending ÷ Mazee Pauley
Bull Riding ÷ John Luke McGriff
Calf Roping ÷ Rolly Fortune, Lane Blasius-Alternate
Team Roping ÷ Lane Blasius-Alternate,
Trey Richter-Alternate
1n1er1or Neus
SuIni//eJ I,
Tereeo WooJen Knife
Sone nen eee /linge oe /le, ore
onJ eo, "ul,". 1 Jreon of /linge
/lo/ neter uere onJ eo, "ul, no/¨
~George BernorJ Slou
KyIo nnd TrIcIn AmIoffo`s boys
nro goffIng fo bo quIfo fho
wrosfIors. IrIdgor, Codnr nnd
Youngor nII fhroo fook homo fIrsf
µInco rIbbons from fho wrosfIIng
fournnmonf In WhIfowood nnd
fhon fho noxf wook fook homo fwo
fIrsfs nnd n socond nf fho fournn-
monf nf Sfovons HIgh SchooI In
!nµId CIfy, kooµ uµ fho good work
guys.
!onnIo nnd MnrIIyn Cnrfnor
frnvoIod fo Iorf Mondo on Thurs-
dny for !onnIo`s docfor nµµoInf-
monf, fhon fhoy sfoµµod In WhIfo-
wood on fho wny bnck fo hnvo
Iunch wIfh !onnIo nnd !nnn HIII.
Iorry CuµfIII, Ðob nnd CIIff Mc-
CIuro nnd Iroff CuµfIII nIong wIfh
n fow frIonds wonf skIIng In fho
IInck HIIIs fhIs wook, fhoy musf
hnvo moro snow uµ fhoro fhnn wo
do.
Sofh, !oId nnd !ynn Kruso fook
n frIµ fo Jnckson HoIo, WyomIng,
whoro fhoy gof In somo skIIng, nnd
hnd n ronIIy nIco fImo.
Tony nnd CrysfnI CrImos' kIds
nII hnd oyo nµµoInfmonfs In !nµId
CIfy fhIs wook.
Ðusfy !onch nnd Iroff CuµfIII
nffondod n !nµId CIfy !ush
hockoy gnmo Insf wookond, ovon
fhough fho !ush dIdn'f wIn fhoy
sfIII onjoyod wnfchIng If.
Mnny InforIor rosIdonfs woro
onforfnInod on Snfurdny nIghf by
!uko IrnncIs, who Is n sfnnd uµ
comodInn from ScofInnd, ho comos
fhrough onco n yonr nnd µInns fo
rofurn noxf yonr.
T.K., !nInoo nnd Cooµor Snmµ-
son rofurnod from n vncnfIon In
IhoonIx, ArIzonn, fhoy snId fho
wonfhor wns gronf nnd fhoy hnd n
good fImo.
Hnµµy IIrfhdny fo CIInf
AmIoffo nnd hIs fInncoo Jon
!oIsor, who ncfunIIy shnro fho
snmo bIrfhdny.
Jonnno Kruso sµonf fho wook-
ond In SIoux InIIs, SÐ vIsIfIng
wIfh somo of hor fnmIIy nnd n hIgh
schooI frIond.
Hnµµy IIrfhdny fo ÞonI !Ivor-
monf, ho coIobrnfod wIfh n gronf
suµµor of IrImo !Ib nnd fhon snw
fho comodInn I monfIonod onrIIor.
HoIµIng hIm coIobrnfo woro hIs
wIfo Ðnnn, !ocky nnd ÐonIso Inr-
Ioy nnd Ðnn, VIc, Corfno nnd Cody
!oso from MnrfIn. Thon ho wns
surµrIsod by hIs sIsfor JonnIo joIn-
Ing In.
C.J nnd Chyo !Ivormonf gof fo
fnko µnrf In n dnnco cnmµ wIfh
fhoIr bIg sIsfor InIIoy In !nµId
CIfy. If wns wIfh fho CoµµIor co-od
dnnco fonm, sounds IIko n gronf ox-
µorIonco for fhom.
ThIs wIII bo my Insf wook of
wrIfIng fho nows, I fhInk Jnn CnrI-
bom wIII bo fnkIng bnck ovor, so
µIonso Iof hor know whnf's goIng
on In your worId. Thnnks for nII
fho hoIµ ovoryono nnd hnvo n gronf
wook, Torosn Woodon KnIfo.
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By CoucL Ðe!gev
A fough bnffIo wns foughf on fho
courf bofwoon fho IngIos nnd fho
Moorcroff WoIvos on IrIdny, Jnnu-
nry l3. Iofh fonms gnvo oxcoµfIon-
nI offorf, buf Moorcroff obfnInod n
hnrd-onrnod vIcfory.
Tho WnII boys shof woII nnd hIf
four of four from fho fhroo-µoInf
IIno In fho fIrsf hnIf. Howovor,
Irndy IInkomnn, who scorod 23
µoInfs nnd hnd sIx robounds
µrovod fho WoIvos fo bo jusf foo
much for fho IngIos. Anron SmIfh
nddod l3 µoInfs for fho WoIvos,
whIIo Chnnco SuIIIvnn grnbbod l0
robounds.
Tho IngIos µInyod vory good do-
fonso, buf woro bonf uµ on fho
bonrds. ChnvIs ShuII wns fho Iond-
Ing scoror for WnII wIfh 20 µoInfs,
ho nIso grnbbod sIx robounds.
ShuII wns fwo-fhroo from fhroo-
µoInf rnngo nnd mndo four of four
froo fhrows.
!nkofon Mc!nughIIn scorod
oIghf µoInfs nnd Iod fho IngIos
wIfh nIno robounds.
!nno Husfond scorod nIno
Second round of West River
Tournament: EagIes face tough
opponent in Moorcroft
µoInfs nnd nIso hnd fhroo sfonIs
nnd fhroo nssIsfs.
Stuts
Wu!!: 20 11 16 0 2 =5S
MoovcvoIt: 1S 11 15 12 0 =65
Scoring: IngIos -TyIor Trnsk 3-
? l-l 0-0, KnIo !yfIo 3-? l-2 0-2,
!nkofon Mc!nughIIn 3-6 0-0 2-2,
!nno Husfond 4-9 l-l 0-0, CInncy
!yfIo 0-3 0-0 l-2, ChnvIs ShuII ?-
2l 2-3 4-4, TyIor Ioforson 2-5 0-0
2-3.
1ield Coul percentuge: IngIos
.3?9 µorconf 22-58.
3-point field goulo: IngIos 5-?,
(Trnsk l-l, K. !yfIo l-2, Husfond
l-l, ShuII 2-3).
Rehoundo: IngIos 23 (Trnsk 5,
Mc!nughIIn 9, ShuII 6, Ioforson
3).
1oulo: IngIos l8.
Aooioto: IngIos ll (Trnsk 2, K.
!yfIo 2, Mc!nughIIn l, Husfond 3,
C. !yfIo 2, ShuII l).
Steulo: IngIos ll (Trnsk 2, K.
!yfIo 2, Mc!nughIIn l, Husfond 3,
C. !yfIo 2, SchuII l).
Blocked Shoto: l (Ioforson l).
Turnotero: IngIos l6.
Gymnasts compIete four
meets
by CoucL HeIdI Co!!ev
Wo hnvo comµofod nf four moofs
fofnI fhIs yonr: Hof SµrIngs, Sfnn-
Ioy Counfy, ChnmborInIn nnd
SfnnIoy Counfy HuIn !unu.
Wo hnvo n vory young fonm wIfh
n Iof of µofonfInI nnd mnny cIoso
scoros fo µIncIng.
Tho fonm µIncod socond nf Hof
SµrIngs. KoIIy Croon wns fIrsf on
JV bnrs nnd bonm nnd socond nII-
nround.
In vnrsIfy bnrs, Knfo !ns-
musson fook fourfh nnd JorIcn
CoIIor fIffh. MyIn IIorco wns
fourfh on vnuIf nnd !nsmusson
fIffh.
In fho nII-nround !nsmusson
fook fhIrd, CoIIor fourfh nnd
IIorco fIffh.
Af SfnnIoy Counfy, !nsmusson
µIncod sovonfh In nII-nround nnd
vnuIf.
Af ChnmborInIn, CoIIor fook
sovonfh µInco In bonm, bnrs nnd
sIxfh µInco In nII-nround.
IIorco µIncod oIghfh on vnuIf In
ChnmborInIn.
MIchnoIn Schnoffor cnmo cIoso
wIfh l0fh µInco on fIoor In Chnm-
borInIn. Tho young fonm hns mnny
ronchnbIo gonIs nnd mnny cIub
gymnnsfs.
KoIIy Croon hns nmnzod us
wIfh hor µrogross fhIs yonr nnd
Honfhor Ðnuksnvngo Is now fo fho
sµorf nnd doIng n sµocfncuInr job.
Our fonm sfnrfod wIfh sovon
gymnnsfs nnd nro now down fo
fIvo duo fo InjurIos Our ono
mIghfy sonIor, HoIdI Huofhor wns
Injurod nnd confInuos fo suµµorf
hor fonm from fho sIdo IInos.
SmnII buf mIghfy, our fonm µrnc-
fIcos mnny hours on fho bonm,
bnrs, fIoor nnd vnuIf.
Wo frnvoI fo ChnmborInIn IrI-
dny, Jnnunry 20, fo Hof SµrIngs
on Jnnunry 2? nnd hosf our InvI-
fnfIonnI In WnII nf fho Iowor-
houso on IrIdny, Iobrunry 3 nf
noon.
Kooµ uµ your dodIcnfIon gIrIs!
Wo hoµo fo soo you fhoro gymnnsf
fnns!
By CoucL KIev
On IrIdny, Jnnunry l3, fho
!ndy IngIos fncod off ngnInsf fho
!ndy TIgors on fhoIr homo courf.
Tho IngIos fook fho wIn wIfh n
concIudIng scoro of 4? fo 43. "Tho
gIrIs µInyod n good gnmo. Whon
fho gnmo gof rough nnd fough,
onch gIrI µInyod wIfh µoIso nnd
µnssIon, whIch hoIµod fho fonm
fInd fho vIcfory on our own homo
courf," snId Conch Hoss.
Tho IondIng scorors of fho gnmo
woro Aufumn SchuIz nnd SndIo
O'!ourko ns onch confrIbufod l5
µoInfs. CnrIoo Johnsfon nddod
sovon nnd Krysfn Kjorsfnd nIso
nddod sIx µoInfs.
Tho IngIos ouf roboundod fho
TIgors 29 fo 2l, nnd Johnsfon hnd
nIno of fhoso robounds foIIowod by
SchuIz wIfh oIghf.
"Tho fonm hns boon focusIng
fhIs Insf wook on whnf InsµIros
onch of fhom µorsonnIIy nnd whnf
drIvos fhoIr µnssIons wIfh schooI
nnd bnskofbnII. ThoIr onfhusInsm
bofh In µrncfIco nnd gnmos hns
boon mngnIfIod ns onch gIrI ronIIy
µufs n sµofIIghf on whnf fhoIr son-
Lady Eagles win over
New Underwood on
home court
son monns fo fhom nnd whnf fhoy
wnnf fho oufcomo of fho sonson fo
bo. ThIs sµorf Is nof jusf n gnmo, If
Is nIso n ronI IIfo IonrnIng oxnmµIo
on how you cnn IIvo IIfo wIfh µns-
sIon, honrf, nnd drIvo," nddod
Conch Hoss.
Stuts
Wu!!: S S 7 24 = 47
N\: 5 10 17 11 = 43
Scoring: CnrIoo Johnson l-3 5-
6 ?, Krysfn Kjorsfnd 0-3 6-? 6, Au-
fumn SchuIz 5-l4 5-8 l5, SndIo
O`!ourko 6-l8 2-4 l5, IIsIo Ior-
funo 0-l 0-0 0, Tnynh Huofhor 0-3
0-0 0, JosIo IInsIus 0-2 4-4 4. To-
tu!s: l2-44 22-29 4?.
1ield Coul percentuge: !ndy
IngIos .2?3.
3 - point field goulo: !ndy In-
gIos l-? (O`!ourko l-?).
Rehoundo: !ndy IngIos 29
(Johnsfon 9).
1oulo: !ndy IngIos 20.
Aooioto: !ndy IngIos l (SchuIz
l).
Steulo: !ndy IngIos 20
(O'!ourko 6).
Turnotero: !ndy IngIos 26.
The Zane Hoffman memoriaI was awarded at the PhiIip Invita-
tionaI Tournament heId on Friday and Saturday, January 13 and
14. This is the third year for the memoriaI which was presented
to CentraI CobbIer's Senior Jake Weber who is a Heavy Weight
wrestIer with a 30 and 2 record. Pictured from Ieft to right ...
CaroI Hoffman, Jake Weber and WaIIy Hoffman.
~Photo by Deb Smith
Jake Weber presented with
the Zane Hoffman memoriaI
By CoucL KIev
Tho !ndy IngIos vnrsIfy gnmo
wns nnofhor succoss for fho In-
gIos; fhoy bonf fho ScoffIos 4? fo
33 on Mondny, Jnnunry l6 In WnII.
Aufumn SchuIz Iond fho wny for
fho IngIos wIfh ll µoInfs foIIowod
by fho µoInf gunrd, SndIo
O'!ourko, wIfh l0.
SchuIz wns n doubIo fhronf ns
sho hnd n fofnI of l5 robounds.
"I nm vory µIonsod by how fho
gIrIs µInyod. Thoro woro n Iof of
µooµIo In fho gym comIng nnd
goIng from fho bonofIf souµ suµ-
µor, nnd our gIrIs sfnyod focusod
on fho gnmo," snId Conch Hoss.
Stuts:
Wu!!: 10 16 0 12 = 47
PLI!Ip: 10 0 5 0 = 33
Scoring: CnrIoo Johnsfon 2-6 2-
2 6, Mnzoo InuIoy 0-l 0-0 0, Krys-
fn Kjorsfnd 2-6 4-4 8, Aufumn
SchuIz 4-l3 3-? ll, KnIfIIn
SchroIbor l-l 3-6 5, SndIo
O`!ourko 3-l0 4-5 l0, IIsIo Ior-
funo 0-2 l-2 l, InIIoy !yfIo l-2 0-0
2, Tnynh Huofhor l-2 0-0 2, MonI-
cn IIoImnIor 0-l 0-0 0, JosIo IIn-
sIus l-l 0-l 2. Totu!s l5-45 l?-2?
4?.
1ield Coul percentuge: !ndy
IngIos .333.
3-point field goulo: !ndy In-
gIos 0-2 (O`!ouko 0-2).
Heather Dauksavage perform-
ing on the bars.
~Courtesy Photo
KeIIy Green performing on
the bars. ~Courtesy Photo
MichaeIa Schaeffer perform-
ing on the beam.
~Courtesy Photo
By CoucL KIev
Tho VnrsIfy !ndy IngIos hnd n
fough bnffIo ngnInsf fho !ndy IrrI-
gnfors on Thursdny, Jnnunry l9.
Thoy cnmo uµ wIfh n Ioss of 33 fo
55 on ÞowoIIs homo courf.
Aufumn SchuIz Iond fho fonm In
bofh µoInfs nnd sµIrIf. Sho hnd l5
µoInfs for fho gnmo, nnd sho wns
nIwnys oncourngIng hor fonm-
mnfos fo kooµ fhoIr honds uµ nnd
µush fhrough fho vnrIous sIfun-
fIons, whIch µrosonfod fhom-
soIvos.
SndIo O'!ourko gof nffor fho ro-
bounds ns sho cnmo down wIfh sIx.
"Tho gIrIs foughf hnrd ns fho
scoro gof cIoso nf dIfforonf µoInfs
fhroughouf fho gnmo, howovor,
our gIrIs jusf cnmo uµ n IIffIo shorf
In fho ond. ThIs Ioso wns n gronf
oµµorfunIfy fo µoInf ouf how onch
µorson on fho fonm hns dIfforonf
fnIonfs nnd nbIIIfIos fo ndd fo fho
fonm's µorsonn, nnd how wo nood
By CoucL KIev
Tho !ndy IngIos vnrsIfy fonm
hnd n vory succossfuI gnmo
ngnInsf fho !ndy TIgors. Thoy won
fho gnmo wIfh n fInnI scoro of 52 fo
39 on Snfurdny, Jnnunry 2l In
Þow !ndorwood.
CnrIoo Johnsfon Iond fho wny
for fho IngIos wIfh l4 µoInfs foI-
Iowod by KnIfIIn SchroIbor wIfh
ll. Ofhor gIrIs who confrIbufod
wIfh µoInfs woro: Krysfn Kjorsfnd
oIghf, Aufumn SchuIz sovon, SndIo
O'!ourko sovon, InIIoy !yfIo
fhroo, JosIo IInsIus fhroo, nnd
IIsIo Iorfuno wIfh ono.
Tho IngIos oufroboundod fho
TIgor 30 fo 23. Tho roboundors for
fho IngIos woro: SchuIz nnd Kjor-
sfnd wIfh sIx onch, O'!ourko wIfh
four, SchroIbor, IInsIus, nnd
Tnynh Huofhor wIfh fhroo n µIoco,
Johnsfon wIfh fwo nnd Mnzoo
InuIoy wIfh ono.
"As n conch, I nIwnys Iook
fhrough our fonm's sfnfs nnd nnn-
Iyzo how wo dId. Ono fhIng I no-
fIcod nffor IookIng ovor our sfnfs
ngnInsf fho TIgors wns, our fonm
doos n gronf job goffIng ovoryono
on fho fonm InvoIvod. If doos nof
mnffor If If Is In shoofIng, robound-
Ing, µnssIng, ofc... Our fonm Is n
gronf oxnmµIo of n fonm who Is
EagIes down Kadoka
By CoucL Ðe!gev
Tho IngIo vnrsIfy fonm ouf-
µInyod fho Kndokn Kougnrs nnd
fnckod on nnofhor wIn fhIs sonson
on IrIdny, Jnnunry 20 In WnII.
Tho IngIos shof woII hIffIng 45
µorconf for fho gnmo, whIIo fho
Kougnrs hnd froubIo mnkIng bns-
kofs wIfh Ioss fhnn 20 µorconf of
fhoIr shofs goIng In.
Konnr VnndorMny wns Kndo-
kn`s IondIng scoror, fofnIIng l5
µoInfs nnd nIso wns fhoIr IondIng
roboundor wIfh ll. VnndorMny
nIso hnd fhroo sfonIs.
Ior fho IngIos, ChnvIs ShuII Iod
fho wny wIfh 2l µoInfs nnd four
nssIsfs, goIng 3-5 from fho fhroo-
µoInf IIno.
KnIo !yfIo Iod roboundors wIfh
l2 on fho gnmo, nddod sovon
µoInfs nnd ono bIockod shof, whIIo
Tuckor O`!ourko wns noxf wIfh
sIx robounds nnd ono bIockod shof,
nnd nddod fIvo µoInfs.
!nkofon Mc!nughIIn scorod
sovon µoInfs, hnd fIvo robounds
nnd ono sfonI.
TyIor Trnsk showod sorIous hus-
fIo on dofonso nnd cnmo uµ wIfh
fIvo sfonIs ngnInsf fho Kougnrs.
Tho IngIos won fho gnmo wIfh
n fInnI scoro of 58-38.
Stuts
Wu!!: 15 11 20 12 = 5S
Kudoku: 4 0 6 10 = 3S
Scoring: !os WIIIInms l-3 l-3
3, TyIor Trnsk 2-3 0-0 4, Cnrson
Johnsfon l-l 0-2 2, KnIo !yfIo 3-?
l-2 ?, !nkofon Mc!nughIIn 3-6 l-
2 ?, !nno Husfond l-2 2-2 5, CInn-
cy !yfIo l-5 0-0 2, Ðnnny MuzIk 0-
3 0-2 0, ChnvIs ShuII 9-l4 0-0 2l,
Tuckor O`!ourko l-3 3-3 5, Ion
!Inn 0-l 0-0 0, TyIor Ioforson l-3
0-0 2. Totu!s 23-5l 8-l6 58.
1ield Coul percentuge: In-
gIos 45l.
3-point percentuge: IngIos 4-
8 (Trnsk 0-l, Husfond l-l, C.
!yfIo 0-l, ShuII 3-5).
Rehoundo: IngIos 40 (K. !yfIo
l2).
1oulo: IngIos 23.
Aooioto: IngIos l3 (ShuII 4).
Steulo: IngIos l0 (Trnsk 5).
Blocked Shoto: IngIos 2 (K.
!yfIo l, O`!ourko l).
Turnotero: IngIos 22.
couraat©gwtc.aet
Lady Eagles beat
Philip 47 - 33
Rehoundo: !ndy IngIos 40
(SchuIz l5).
1oulo: !ndy IngIos 23.
1ouled out: SchroIbor.
Aooioto: !ndy IngIos 4 (John-
sfon 2, O`!ourko 2).
Steulo: !ndy IngIos l3
(O`!ourko 3).
Turnotero: !ndy IngIos 24.
Lady EagIes suffer
a Ioss to NeweII
fo nIwnys oncourngo onch ofhor fo
mnsfor fho vnrIous of fhIngs fhoy
nro bosf nf," snId Conch Hoss.
Stuts
Wu!!: 6 0 7 11 = 33
Newe!!: 11 10 S 17 = 55
Scoring: CnrIoo Johnsfon 2-4
0-0 4, Krysfn Kjorsfnd l-8 3-6 5,
Aufumn SchuIz 5-9 5-9 l5, KnIfIIn
SchroIbor l-6 0-3 2, SndIo
O`!ourko l-l0 2-2 5, IIsIo Ior-
funo 0-l 2-2 2, InIIoy !yfIo 0-3 0-
0 0, JosIo IInsIus 0-3 0-0 0. Totu!s
l0-44 l2-22 33.
1ield Coul percentuge: !ndy
IngIos .22?.
3-point percentuge: !ndy In-
gIos l-5 (O`!ourko l-4, !yfIo 0-l ).
Rehoundo: !ndy IngIos 28
(O`!ourko 6).
1oulo: !ndy IngIos l9.
Aooioto: !ndy IngIos 4
(O`!ourko 2).
Steulo: !ndy IngIos 6 (SchuI3).
Turnotero: !ndy IngIos 23.
"dooµ", monnIng ovoryono on fho
fonm gonuInoIy cnros nnd nµµrocI-
nfos onch ofhor, nnd If Is ono of
fhoso fhIngs wo cnn novor conch
fhom fo do. If Is n gronf nnfurnI
qunIIfy fho gIrIs obfnIn, nnd If nI-
Iows our µrncfIcos nnd gnmos fooI
ns If wo nro n fnmIIy, whIch wo nII
consIdor oursoIvos ns," snId Conch
Hoss.
Stuts
Wu!!: 17 14 2 10 = 52
N\: 13 4 11 11 = 30
Scoring: CnrIoo Johnsfon 5-9
4-6 l4, Krysfn Kjorsfnd 2-4 4-6 8,
Aufumn SchuIz 2-? 3-4 ?, KnIfIIn
SchroIbor 3-5 5-6 ll, SndIo
O`!ourko 2-9 2-2 ?, IIsIo Iorfuno
0-0 l-2 l, InIIoy !yfIo l-l 0-0 2,
Tnynh Huofhor 0-l 0-2 0, JosIo
IInsIus 0-l 2-2 2. Totu!s l5-3?
2l-30 52.
1ield Coul percentuge: !ndy
IngIos .405.
3-point percentuge: !ndy In-
gIos l-3 (O`!ourko l-3).
Rehoundo: !ndy IngIos 30
(Kjorsfnd 6, SchuIz 6).
1oulo: !ndy IngIos 23.
Aooioto: !ndy IngIos l
(O`!ourko l).
Steulo: !ndy IngIos ll (John-
sfon 3).
Turnotero: !ndy IngIos 36.
Lady EagIes successfuI over
New Underwood
Lady EagIes Autumn SchuIz
goes up for a basket against
the Lady PhiIip Scotties on
January 16. The Lady EagIes
won 47 - 33.
~Photo Laurie Hindman
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and dircciional loring worl. Scc
Craig, Diana, Saunicc or Hcidi
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2690. Craig ccll. 390-8087, Saun-
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FARM & RANCH
WANTED: Sunncr ¡asiurc for
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4i¡
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sorgIun. Also. Alfalfa & alfalfa
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348-1524. P6-2ic
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Jcrry, ccll. 488-0291. K36-ifn
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P51-ifn
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3186. P47-ifn
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wiiI 10' lcad ro¡c, $15 cacI. Call
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LOOKING FOR DESCENDENTS
of Maud Scidlcr io sIarc on fan-
ily ircc. Coniaci Carolyn Sicwari
ai gstew¡ q.com or 2431 E.
Algin, CIandlcr, AZ 85225.
P7-1i¡
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Taling any iy¡c and wcigIi. Call
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LARGE 2-STORY HOUSE FOR
SALE OR RENT UNTIL SOLD:
$375 a noniI ¡lus $375 dc¡osii.
Non-snolcrs. Snall ¡cis olay
wiiI sccuriiy dc¡osii. Availallc
Fcl. 15. 700 W. Pinc Si., PIili¡.
Call 859-2041 or 840-4452
P7-1i¡
HOUSE FOR SALE, LOCATED
AT 60? SUNSHINE DRIVE,
PHILIP: 3 lcdroon, 2 laiI, 2100
sq. fi. Ionc on a largc loi locaicd
on a quici cul-dc-sac. Has ai-
iacIcd 2-car garagc, sioragc sIcd,
largc dccl and an undcrground
s¡rinllcr sysicn wIicI o¡craics
off a ¡rivaic wcll. Coniaci Dol Fu-
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Upoom1ng Co111e So1es:
TUESDAY, JAN. 31: STOCK SHOW SPECIAL, SPECIAL
STOCK COW & DFED HEIFEF SALE & FECULAF CATTLE
SALE. WEIGH-UPS: 10 A.M. BRED CATTLE: 12 P.M. (MT}.
EAFLY CONSICNMENTS.
STOCK COWS:
ALFRED RIGGS - 60 DLK 4 YF OLD TO DFK MOUTH
COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-20 FOF 60 DAYS.
RYON BERRY - 25 DLK SOLID TO DFK MOUTH COWS;
DFED. DLK; CLV. 3-20
62 LIVESTOCK - 20 DLK & FED ANC SOLID MOUTH
COWS; DFED. DLK; CLV. 2-25
MOR£ CONS1GNM£NTS BY SAL£ DAY. CALL THOR ROS£TH AT
tDS-SS9-2S?? OR tDS-tSS-SS2t FOR MOR£ 1NFORMAT1ON.
TUESDAY, FEB. ?: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE, FEATUFINC
DANCS VADCCINATED HEIFEFS, & FECULAF CATTLE 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
TUESDAY, MAR. 2?: SPECIAL FEEDEF CATTLE SALE & FECULAF CATTLE
SALE
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.
2DJ2 Bu11 So1es:
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.
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, 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
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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. 24, 2012
We bad a bIg run oI cattIe Ior our specIaI
Ieeder cattIe saIe wItb many Iong strIngs
In tbe oIIerIng. QuaIIty on tbe saIe was
outstandIng. We bad a Iot oI buyers tbat
made Ior a very good saIe.
FEEDER CATTLE:
HERBER RANCH - KADOKA
63.....................DLK & DWF STFS 560=.............$191.00
44 .............................HEFF STFS 513=.............$200.00
DON & DELORIS POSS - PHILIP
80 ...............................DLK STFS 716=.............$166.00
13 ...............................DLK STFS 712=.............$166.00
60 ...............................DLK STFS 624=.............$175.75
10.....................DLK & DWF STFS 506=.............$202.00
ROSETH BROTHERS - MIDLAND
225 .............................DLK STFS 715=.............$164.00
56.....................FED & DLK STFS 619=.............$173.00
ED POSS RANCH INC - STURGIS
93.....................DLK & DWF STFS 732=.............$163.50
34.....................DLK & DWF STFS 658=.............$168.50
CHARLES & ROSALIE TENNIS - VALE
32.....................DLK & DWF STFS 759=.............$162.00
6 ......................DLK & DWF STFS 636=.............$170.00
ROY & JOSH SIGMAN - VALE
41 ...............................DLK STFS 714=.............$163.25
11 ...............................DLK STFS 605=.............$175.50
58...............................DLK HFFS 646=.............$165.00
12...............................DLK HFFS 528=.............$175.25
RAMSEY & RAMSEY - PHILIP
81 ...............................DLK STFS 750=.............$160.50
80 ...............................DLK STFS 753=.............$159.75
90 ...............................DLK STFS 646=.............$170.00
PERAULT RANCH - BELVIDERE
15 .............................HEFF STFS 530=.............$201.00
JOHN & JAMES TIMMONS - WHITE OWL
21 .............................HEFF STFS 599=.............$179.00
12 .............................HEFF STFS 472=.............$196.00
BUSTER PETERSON - KADOKA
28 .............................HEFF STFS 634=.............$174.00
7...............................HEFF STFS 472=.............$196.00
KIETH SMITH & SONS - QUINN
75.............................CHAF STFS 850=.............$152.25
171 ...........................CHAF STFS 794=.............$157.50
89.............................CHAF HFFS 764=.............$144.50
148...........................CHAF HFFS 750=.............$146.10
31.............................CHAF HFFS 756=.............$144.00
RICK KING FAMILY - PHILIP
79.....................FED & DLK STFS 777=.............$158.00
248...................FED & DLK STFS 690=.............$160.80
20.....................FED & DLK STFS 675=.............$163.75
107...................DLK & DWF STFS 597=.............$179.60
161 ..................DLK & DWF HFFS 662=.............$158.60
81....................DLK & DWF HFFS 674=.............$158.00
81 ....................FED & DLK HFFS 660=.............$157.35
115 ..................DLK & DWF HFFS 574=.............$172.75
SLOVEK & EISENBRAUN - PHILIP
84.............................CHAF STFS 792=.............$156.75
76.....................FED & DLK STFS 762=.............$156.75
83 ...........DLK, FED & CHAF STFS 697=.............$155.50
73.............................CHAF HFFS 751=.............$145.75
68...................CHAF & DLK HFFS 645=.............$157.75
MIKE NOTEBOOM - PHILIP
69...................CHAF & FED STFS 852=.............$151.75
JIM STRATMAN - BOX ELDER
7 .............DLK, FED & CHAF STFS 539=.............$196.00
16....................DLK & DWF HFFS 577=.............$173.50
BOB THORSON - PHILIP
47.....................DLK & DWF STFS 786=.............$155.75
34....................DLK & DWF HFFS 748=.............$140.00
BROCK SMITH - PHILIP
23 ...............................DLK STFS 807=.............$147.25
6 ......................DLK & DWF STFS 685=.............$159.00
MIKE & JODI LEHRKAMP - CAPUTA
33.....................DLK & DWF STFS 687=.............$164.00
22...............................DLK HFFS 592=.............$173.50
DENNIS HULM - MEADOW
28 ...................CHAF & DLK STFS 735=.............$159.00
11 ...................CHAF & DLK STFS 704=.............$159.00
29.............................CHAF HFFS 698=.............$146.00
20...............................DLK HFFS 765=.............$140.00
A CONSIGNMENT -
15 ...............................DLK STFS 717=.............$153.50
7.................................DLK STFS 625=.............$168.00
5.................................DLK HFFS 601=.............$160.00
6.................................DLK HFFS 458=.............$176.00
CHARLES & JEFF STABEN - MILESVILLE
14.....................FED & DLK STFS 688=.............$163.00
16....................DLK & DWF HFFS 663=.............$157.00
MATT ARTHUR - MILESVILLE
30 ...............................DLK STFS 624=.............$172.00
15 ...............................DLK STFS 493=.............$202.00
JON ANDERSON - BOX ELDER
20.....................FED & DLK STFS 621=.............$172.00
14 ....................FED & DLK HFFS 569=.............$166.50
CHUCK CARSTENSEN - PHILIP
18.....................DLK & DWF STFS 646=.............$170.00
11 ...............................DLK STFS 511=.............$197.00
6...............................CHAF STFS 574=.............$183.00
12...............................DLK HFFS 537=.............$175.50
TRIPLE S LAND & CATTLE - UNION CENTER
82 ....................FED & DLK HFFS 658=.............$159.25
JOHN MCGRIFF - QUINN
27.....................DLK & DWF STFS 577=.............$184.00
19....................DLK & DWF HFFS 539=.............$177.25
EVAN DEUTSCHER - WALL
25....................DLK & DWF HFFS 533=.............$178.00
DENNIS BOOMSMA - BOX ELDER
27.....................FED & DLK STFS 603=.............$175.25
18 ...............................DLK STFS 520=.............$198.00
JERRY BOEDING - CAPUTA
5 ......................DLK & DWF STFS 612=.............$167.00
7.................................DLK HFFS 562=.............$166.00
JIM ADDISON - BELVIDERE
6.................................DLK HFFS 645=.............$166.00
TOM DEVRIES - MIDLAND
7.................................FED STFS 621=.............$164.00
5 ................................FED HFFS 607=.............$148.00
GERALD STYLES - BOX ELDER
5 ......................DLK & DWF STFS 563=.............$184.00
DAN PIROUTEK - MILESVILLE
6.................................DLK HFFS 553=.............$175.00
BRIAN & JENNIFER PHILIPSEN - NEW UNDERWOOD
36....................DLK & DWF HFFS 554=.............$173.25
MARK LANTIS - BOX ELDER
29...............................DLK HFFS 567=.............$172.50
WEIGH-UPS:
CAPUTA LAND CO LLC - CAPUTA
1.................................FED COW 1585=.............$83.00
1 .................................DLK COW 1560=.............$82.00
2................................DLK COWS 1375=.............$80.00
1 .................................DLK COW 1295=.............$78.50
A CONSIGNMENT -
1 .................................DLK COW 1580=.............$82.00
2................................DLK COWS 1415=.............$81.00
1 .................................DLK COW 1550=.............$80.00
1.................................DWF COW 1760=.............$79.00
1 .................................DLK COW 1215=.............$78.00
DAN PIROUTEK - MILESVILLE
1...............................CHAF DULL 2245=...........$105.00
PETERSON RANCH - PHILIP
1.................................DWF COW 1515=.............$80.00
1.................................DLK DULL 2300=.............$97.00
HEATH & LARRY FREEMAN - OWANKA
2................................DLK COWS 1250=.............$82.00
5...............................DLK HFFTS 925=.............$104.00
KELLY FEES - PHILIP
1.................................DLK DULL 2240=...........$103.00
1.................................DWF COW 1515=.............$79.00
1 .................................DLK COW 1295=.............$71.50
KIETH SMITH - QUINN
1 .................................DLK COW 1260=.............$79.50
1 .................................DLK COW 1395=.............$79.00
1 .................................DLK COW 1555=.............$78.50
1 .................................DLK COW 1345=.............$78.00
TUCKER SMITH - QUINN
3 ...............................FED COWS 1402=.............$78.75
1.................................DWF COW 1320=.............$76.00
WILL ANDERS - MILESVILLE
1 ................................FED DULL 1965=.............$99.00
SHORTY & MAXINE JONES - MIDLAND
16....................FED & DLK COWS 1263=.............$78.25
1 .................................DLK COW 1325=.............$78.00
1 .................................DLK COW 1365=.............$77.00
ED POSS RANCH INC. - STURGIS
1.................................DLK DULL 2165=.............$98.00
CONNIE TWISS - INTERIOR
1.................................FED COW 1535=.............$78.00
KELLY RIGGINS - PHILIP
2................................DLK COWS 1218=.............$77.50
1 .................................DLK COW 1405=.............$76.50
MOSHER RANCH INC - MARTIN
1 .................................DLK COW 1450=.............$77.00
1 .................................DLK COW 1575=.............$76.00
TRAVIS LINDQUIST - RAPID CITY
2................................DLK COWS 1498=.............$76.00
FLOYD GABRIEL EST - PIERRE
5 .....................DLK & DWF COWS 1423=.............$76.00
ROY BROWN - KADOKA
1 .................................DLK COW 1360=.............$76.00
1 .................................DLK COW 1400=.............$75.00
MARK SLOVEK - WANBLEE
1 .................................DLK COW 1295=.............$75.00
SPRINGVIEW RANCH - HAYES
1.................................DLK DULL 2085=.............$98.00
KEITH SMITH - MILESVILLE
1................................FED HFFT 960=.............$110.00
CODY M. WEYER - HOWES
1.................................DLK DULL 2165=.............$97.00
1.................................DLK DULL 2025=.............$96.00
Pennìngton ·ounty ·ourant - January ±ó, ±o+± - Page 8
WEST RIVER WATER
DEVELOPMENT
DISTRICT
MINUTES
DECEMBER 14, 2011
CALL TO ORDER: The West River
Water Development District convened for
their regular meeting at the West River
Water Development District Project Office
in Murdo, SD. Chairman Joseph Hieb
called the meeting to order at 10:27 a.m.
(CT).
Roll Call was taken and Chairman
Joseph Hieb declared a quorum was
present. Directors present were: Joseph
Hieb, Casey Krogman, Lorne Smith, Mar-
ion Matt and Veryl Prokop. Also present:
Jake Fitzgerald, Manager; Kati Venard,
Sec./Bookkeeper.
ADDITIONS TO AGENDA: None
APPROVE AGENDA: Motion by Direc-
tor Prokop, seconded by Director Matt to
approve the agenda. Motion carried
unanimously.
APPROVE MINUTES: The minutes of
the November 10, 2011, meeting were
previously mailed to the Board for their re-
view. Motion by Director Smith, seconded
by Director Krogman to approve the No-
vember minutes. Motion carried unani-
mously.
FINANCIAL REPORT:
A. APPROVAL OF BÌLLS: Joseph
Hieb, $56.61; Casey Krogman, $56.61;
Lorne Smith, $56.61; Marion Matt,
$56.61; Veryl Prokop, $56.61; West
River/Lyman-Jones RWS, $1,000.00;
Pennington County Courant, $36.06;
Lyman County Herald, $37.83; Kadoka
Press, $47.92; Murdo Coyote, $38.66;
Todd County Tribune, $39.68; Pioneer
Review, $64.34.
Motion by Director Matt, seconded by
Director Krogman to approve the District
bills. Motion carried unanimously.
B. DÌSTRÌCT FÌNANCÌAL STATUS
REPORT: The financial status of the Dis-
trict to date was previously sent to the
Board. A copy of the November Financial
Report is on file at the District office in
Murdo. Motion by Director Prokop, sec-
onded by Director Smith to approve the
November Financial Report. Motion car-
ried unanimously.
REPORTS:
A. MANAGER'S REPORT: Manager
Fitzgerald presented his December report
to the Board. Motion by Director Krog-
man, seconded by Director Matt to ap-
prove the Manager's Report. Motion car-
ried unanimously.
B. OTHER REPORTS: None
CASEY PETERSON & ASSOCIATES
AUDIT ENGAGEMENT LETTER: Man-
ager Fitzgerald presented an audit en-
gagement letter from Casey Peterson &
Associates, LTD. of Rapid City to perform
the 2011 audit in the amount of $6,200.
Motion by Director Matt, seconded by Di-
rector Krogman to engage Casey Peter-
son & Associates, LTD. to perform the
audit for 2011 District Financial Records.
Motion carried unanimously.
UPPER MISSOURI DUES: Manager
Fitzgerald presented an invoice from
Upper Missouri Water Association for
2012 membership dues in the amount of
$145. Motion by Director Smith, sec-
onded by Director Prokop to approve pay-
ment of $145 for the 2012 membership
dues. Motion carried unanimously.
ADJOURNMENT:
There being no further business, the
meeting was adjourned at 10:38 A.M.
(CT).
ATTEST:
_________________
Kati Venard,
Recording Secretary
___________
Joseph Hieb,
Chairman
Published January 26, 2012 , at the total
approximate cost of $32.17.
NOTICE OF HEARING
BEFORE THE PENNINGTON
COUNTY
PLANNING AND ZONING
COMMISSION
Notice is hereby given that the following
petitioners have applied to the Penning-
ton County Planning and Zoning Com-
mission under the provisions of the Pen-
nington County Zoning Ordinance as fol-
lows:
Tim Peiper has applied for a Rezone to
rezone 11.23 acres from Low Density
Residential District to Limited Agriculture
District located on Lot 1 of W1/2SW1/4
less Tract A of Lot 1, less Blaseg Subdivi-
sion and less Right-of-Way, Section 15,
T2N, R8E, BHM, Pennington County,
South Dakota, 4400 N. Elk Vale Road, in
accordance with Section 508 of the Pen-
nington County Zoning Ordinance.
Robert Mills has applied for a Rezone to
rezone 1.34 acres from Suburban Resi-
dential District to General Commercial
District located on the N1/2 of Lot E of
E1/2SE1/4, Section 9, T1N, R8E, BHM,
Pennington County, South Dakota, 2610
Pioneer Drive, in accordance with Section
508 of the Pennington County Zoning Or-
dinance.
Notice is further given that said applica-
tions will be heard by the Pennington
County Planning and Zoning Commission
in the County Courthouse at 9:00 a.m. on
the 13th day of February 2012. At this
time, any person interested may appear
and show cause, if there be any, why
such requests should or should not be
granted.
ADA Compliance: Pennington County
fully subscribes to the provisions of the
Americans with Disabilities Act. Ìf you de-
sire to attend this public meeting and are
in need of special accommodations,
please notify the Planning Department so
that appropriate auxiliary aids and serv-
ices are available.
Dan Jennissen
Planning Director
Published January 26, 2012, at the total
approximate cost of $18.74.
NOTICE OF HEARING
BEFORE
THE PENNINGTON COUNTY
PLANNING AND ZONING
COMMISSION
AND THE PENNINGTON COUNTY
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
NOTÌCE ÌS HEREBY GÌVEN that the
Pennington County Planning Commission
and the Pennington County Board of
Commissioners will hold a public hearing
to consider the following proposed ordi-
nance amendment to the Pennington
County Zoning Ordinance adopted as an
adjunct to the Pennington County Com-
prehensive Plan:
OA 11-10 ÷ Amendment to Section 103
"Definitions¨ and Section 511 "Fees¨ and
to add Section 320 "Road Naming¨ and to
add Section 500.5-5 to the Subdivision
Regulations.
Said hearing will be held by the Planning
Commission on Monday, February 13,
2012, at 9:00 a.m. and the Pennington
County Board of Commissioners on Tues-
day, February 21, 2012, at 10:30 a.m. in
the Commissioners' Meeting Room at the
Pennington County Courthouse, Rapid
City, South Dakota. Any interested party
may appear and be heard. Copies of the
proposed amendments may be viewed at
the Planning Department located at 315
St. Joseph Street, Suite 118, Rapid City,
South Dakota, during regular business
hours.
ADA Compliance: Pennington County
fully subscribes to the provisions of the
Americans with Disabilities Act. Ìf you de-
sire to attend this public meeting and are
in need of special accommodations,
please notify the Planning Director so that
appropriate auxiliary aids and services
are available.
DAN JENNÌSSEN,
PLANNÌNG DÌRECTOR
JULÌE A. PEARSON,
PENNÌNGTON COUNTY AUDÌTOR
Published January 26, 2012, at the total
approximate cost of $18.11.
NOTICE OF HEARING
BEFORE THE PENNINGTON
COUNTY
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS
Notice is hereby given that the following
petitioners have applied to the Penning-
ton County Board of Commissioners
under the provisions of the Pennington
County Zoning Ordinance as follows:
Daniel Muth has applied for a Setback
Variance to reduce the minimum required
rear-yard setback from 25 feet to 22 feet
in a Suburban Residential District located
on Lot 4BR, Block 2, Eastern Acres Sub-
division, Section 11, T1N, R8E, BHM,
Pennington County, South Dakota, 5593
Pluto Drive, in accordance with Section
509 of the Pennington County Zoning Or-
dinance.
Notice is further given that said applica-
tions will be heard by the Pennington
County Board of Commissioners in the
County Courthouse at 10:30 a.m. on the
7th day of February 2012. At this time,
any person interested may appear and
show cause, if there be any, why such re-
quests should or should not be granted.
ADA Compliance: Pennington County
fully subscribes to the provisions of the
Americans with Disabilities Act. Ìf you de-
sire to attend this public meeting and are
in need of special accommodations,
please notify the Planning Department so
that appropriate auxiliary aids and serv-
ices are available.
Julie A. Pearson
Pennington County Auditor
Published January 26, 2012, at the total
approximate cost of $14.62.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed bids will be received by the Pen-
nington County Highway Department on
behalf of the Board of Commissioners for
the following item at the Pennington
County Highway Department, 3601 Cam-
bell Street, Rapid City, SD 57701, until
2:00 PM on Wednesday, February 8,
2012. Any bids received after 2:00 PM
will be returned unopened.
PROJECT 223201-2012
LONG VIEW ROAD CURB,
GUTTER, AND SIDEWALK
Copies of the project plans are on file at
the Pennington County Highway Depart-
ment, 3601 Cambell Street, Rapid City,
South Dakota 57701, and may also be
obtained from the Pennington County
Website at
http://www.co.pennington.sd.us/high-
way/hwy.html. For questions and com-
ments, please contact the Pennington
County Highway Department at (605)
394-2166.
By virtue of statutory authority, preference
will be given to materials, products, and
supplies found or produced within the
State of South Dakota.
The Board of Commissioners reserves
the right to reject any or all bids and to
waive any irregularities therein and re-
serves the right to award the contract to
the lowest responsible bidder as they so
determine.
Julie A. Pearson, Auditor
Pennington County
Published January 26, 2012, at the total
approximate cost of $14.30.
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