Faith Gazette & The Faith Indepndent Since 1910

$1.00 (includes tax) Volume 84 • No. 48 August 7, 2013
On behalf of the City Council, City Employees and myself,
we would like to welcome everyone to the
103rd Faith Stock Show & Rodeo.
There are many activities planned,
so have a fun, safe and enjoyable week!!
Mayor
The 2013 Faith Stock Show and Rodeo Committee would like to extend a
warm welcome to all. We sincerely hope that everyone comes to Faith during the
week of August 7th – 11th and takes in some of the great activities that we have
planned for you, so come help us celebrate. We have planned a week full of
fun that will let everyone enjoy some aspect of Faith Stock Show.
There is plenty of rodeo action planned for the week which starts off with the Match
Bronc Ride on Wed., the 7th. There will be plenty of other activities to keep you
entertained such as a dance under the tent, Friday and Saturday, where you can listen to
the Beerslingers. Bring your young ones to enjoy the blow up games on Main Street. Our
committee has been hard at work making sure that everyone will have a great time this
Stock Show. Our event cannot be a success without countless volunteers and sponsors.
We look forward to seeing everyone during the
103rd Faith Stock Show & Rodeo, August 7th-11th, 2013.
Faith Stock Show President, Cole Haines
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Faith Community Health Center
Hours of Operation:
Monday 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tuesday - Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Verna Schad, CNP – Monday - Thursday
Peggy O’Connor, CNP – Monday – Friday
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For appointments call:
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Memorial services for Ronald
Elwood Emly, age 55, of Bison,
SD and Mott, ND, will be held at
1:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 10,
2013 at the American Lutheran
Church in Bison, SD.  Pastor
Dana Lockhart will officiate. Fol-
lowing the service, Ron’s wishes
were to have his ashes scattered
on the land he worked and loved,
near Prairie City, SD.
Ronald Elwood Emly was born
December 2, 1957, in Fairview,
MT to Moses Peter and Gladys
(Engen).  He grew up and at-
tended school in the Fairview
area on the North Dakota and
Montana border. Following his
schooling he began working as a
hired hand for an area farmer.  In
his spare time, Ron would rodeo
with his relatives and was an ex-
cellent bull rider.
Throughout his adult life, Ron
worked on the oil rigs in Alaska
and even went overseas as a rig
hand. He worked as a hired hand
in Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Vir-
ginia and Wyoming, following the
seasonal harvest times as a cus-
tom combiner. He even spent
some time in Washington run-
ning a crane on the ship
docks.  Every fall though, Ron
would return to Montana and
work the sugar beet harvest as a
truck driver. 
In the fall of 2006, while driv-
ing sugar beet trucks, he met
Rosanne Wright.  They were mar-
ried in Bison, SD on February 5,
2007. Ron finished his work as a
custom harvester and moved to
Prairie City, SD, to work along-
side his wife on the Parker
Ranch.
Ron and Rosanne began work-
ing as hay brokers in the spring of
2010.  They would locate hay for
ranchers from South Dakota to
Texas and arrange transporta-
tion.  They also began doing cus-
tom haying for area ranchers. 
In the spring of 2013 they
moved to the Ray Kilzer farm
near Mott, ND, and spent their
time haying and working between
Mott and Bison, SD. 
Ron was proud to have com-
pleted his GED and was a mem-
ber of the NRA.  He was an
excellent shot as a young man
and you never wanted to try to
outshoot him.  Ron and Rosanne
were awarded the first Certified
Weed Free Alfalfa Crop in
Perkins County.  They worked
long and hard to attain that cer-
tification.
Ron passed away on Saturday
evening, July 27, 2013 southwest
of Bison, SD, doing what he
loved. 
He is survived by his wife,
Rosanne Emly, Bison, SD and
Mott, ND; one son, Shalako (Hay-
ley) Emly; one daughter, Afton
Peterson; three grandchildren;
four brothers, Winston (Bonnie)
Emly, Gene Emly, Roscoe Emly
and Norman Emly;  and two sis-
ters, Avis (Lonnie) Falcon and Ina
Ashcraft Tarnavsky.
He was preceded in death by
his parents; two sisters, Alva and
Ila; and two brothers, Myron and
Warren.
Condolences may be sent
through our website at
www. evansonj ensenfuneral-
home.com.
Ronald Elwood Emly
Mass of Christian Burial for
William A. Hobbs, age 86, of
Spearfish, SD, formerly of Ewing,
NE, were held Wednesday, July
31st, 2013, at St. Peter’s Catholic
Church in Ewing, NE. Burial was
in St. Peter’s Catholic Cemetery
at Ewing, NE. He passed away
Thursday evening, July 25th,
2013 at Hospice House of the
Hills in Rapid City, SD. Arrange-
ments are under the direction of
Biglin’s Mortuary in O’Neill, NE.
Memorials may be made to St.
Peter’s Catholic Church in Ewing.
He is survived by his wife Ju-
dith, 9 children: Sharon Streskal
and husband Clifford, of Clearwa-
ter, NE, Patricia Brion and hus-
band Joseph Robino, of
Bennington, NE, Duke Hobbs,
and wife Molly, of Ewing, NE,
Jeanne Fry, of Norfolk, NE,
Christine Moser and husband
John, of Clearwater, NE, Rebecca
Koenig and husband Dan, of
Ewing, NE, James Hobbs, of
Ewing, NE, Teresa Hawk and
husband Randy, of Omaha, NE,
and Germaine Bollwitt and hus-
band Todd, of Ewing, NE; 36
grandchildren, 54 great grand-
children, and 1 great great grand-
daughter, and 3 brothers:
William A. Hobbs
Enoch J. Leroy-Bouhoulle, age
66, of Faith, passed away on
Tuesday, July 30, 2013 at the
Rapid City Regional Hospital.
The Graveside Service was
held at 11:00 am Saturday, Au-
gust 3, 2013 at St. Joseph's
Catholic Cemetery west of Faith
with Fr. Jim Hoerter officiating.
Enoch J. Leroy-Bouhoulle was
born in Brussels, Belgium to
Francois and Jeanne (Bouhoulle)
Leroy. He spent his former school
years in Belgium and worked for
the Belgian Government in the
Banking Industry as an account-
ant before moving to the United
States. Enoch was married to
Martine Kesstemen and a daugh-
ter, Laura was born from this
union.
As a young boy growing up in
Brussels, Enoch was very inter-
ested in the cowboy and Native
American way of life. He loved
watching the old western movies
and had many favorites. It was al-
ways his dream to travel to the
United States and experience this
lifestyle for himself. Finally, in
1980 he moved to the United
States, settling in Faith SD, ful-
filling his personal dreams to ex-
plore his interests. As a S.D.
resident he was able to fulfill an-
other dream, which was to work
as a police officer. He would often
reflect and fondly remember his
time as a police officer.
In 1988, he met and later mar-
ried Mary Thin Elk. They contin-
ued to live in Faith.
Enoch enjoyed life and lived
his dreams as he conceived them
to be. He often would say that he
had no regrets in life; he was a
lucky man for realizing his
dreams of experiencing both the
cowboy and Native American cul-
ture, becoming a police officer, a
United States citizen, and having
a large Native American family.
As an only child, Enoch wanted a
large extended family with many
in-laws, children and grandchil-
dren and he was able to enjoy his
many years as a devoted hus-
band, father and grandfather.
Surviving family members in-
clude his wife, Mary Bouhoulle,
Faith, SD; daughter, Laura
Leroy, in Florida; son, Raymond
Thin Elk, Bridger, SD; stepchil-
dren, Florentine (Carlos) Picotte,
Selfridge, ND; Theodora (Ben-
nett) Belt, Bridger, SD; Jesse
Janis, Dupree, SD; April Janis,
Bridger, SD; Vanessa Janis,
Bridger, SD; 19 grandchildren, 3
great grandchildren.
Enoch had a host of friends
and will be greatly missed by
many. Enoch's' special friends,
Gordie and Kathy Collins, Micki
Haines, Gary Fisher, Dorothy
Fisher, and Cheeto Mestes. He
had numerous friends, too many
to list and we apologize if we
weren't able to list them.
Dwayne Hobbs and wife Marilyn,
Dorrence Hobbs and wife Bar-
bara, and Bob Hobbs and wife
Janell, all of Ewing, NE.
William was born on Novem-
ber 5, 1926 in O’Neill, NE, to Lee
and Mildred (Harding) Hobbs. He
married Arlene Schiffbauer on
September 3, 1943, in Ewing, NE;
she passed away on May 1, 1994.
He married Judith Hein on De-
cember 29, 1999, in Ewing, NE.
He owned and operated Hobbs
Feedlot at Ewing and was a cattle
buyer. He was a member of St.
Peter’s Catholic Church in Ewing,
NE.
He is preceded in death by his
parents, wife Arlene, 2 sisters and
their husbands, 1 brother, 1
granddaughter, 1 great grand-
daughter and 2 sons-in-law, Ron
Brion and Jack Fry.
Note: William Hobbs was a
regular cattle buyer at Faith
Livestock for over 15 years.
Enoch J. Leroy-Bouhoulle
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Iron Horse Ag Service
Jeff Brown, Hwy. 73 S, Faith SD
by Nancy Haigh
Pioneer Review
& Loretta Passolt
Faith Independent
After 37 years behind the win-
dow at Faith Livestock Commis-
sion Company, Faith, S.D., JoAnn
Brown looks forward to time with
family.
Owner Scott Vance noted that
when his granddad, Lawrence H.,
and his dad, Gary W., initially
hired Brown in 1977 there was a
discussion if she would quit
within a few years to raise a fam-
ily. Turns out they were some-
what right, but it was a lot more
than a few years.
JoAnn now has a grandson,
Everett Vernon Brown, and she
wants to be able to help her son
and daughter-in-law, Jeff and
Mandi, like her mother-in-law
helped her. “It’s gift I can give to
the kids,” she said. JoAnn and her
husband, Jody, also have another
son, Luke, who is a seminary stu-
dent, and daughter, Hanna, a
nurse who commutes to Eagle
Butte.
JoAnn noted that she will miss
the people, not only co-workers
but all the buyers and sellers that
come to the sale barn. She feels
that they all have become like
family to her. There have been
many good laughs held at both
buyer and seller windows, said
JoAnn. She added that she is anx-
ious to bring Everett up to visit
everyone on sale day.
Scott stated the sale barn is
seeing fourth generation family
members at their sales. JoAnn
said her former teachers, now re-
tired from teaching, are cus-
tomers of Faith Livestock – as
well as their families. Small
towns are close-knit units, where
many businesses go out of their
way to help someone who is not
just a customer, but a friend, a
teacher, or even a relative.
The use of computers has been
the biggest change that JoAnn
and the Faith Livestock staff
have seen in the offices. She said
she remembers handwriting out
checks as well as using a couple
different check writing machines.
JoAnn said she remembers all
the handwriting that used to take
place for everything before 2006,
when the office computers were
installed. In 2008, the ring scale
computers were installed which
made the office work run even
more smoothly.
The computer has also changed
the way information is passed
from the sale ring to the book-
keepers. Where slips of paper
once were walked from the ring to
the front desk, it now is all done
through the computers.
JoAnn recalled how hard it was
to handwrite some of the bigger
check amounts, dealing with
thousands of dollars. Now they
are printed from the computer.
JoAnn admitted that while the
computers have made things
more professional and faster,
there are times when she misses
the days of writing the checks out.
It was more personal back then,
she said.
JoAnn stated that one of the
more difficult changes of her job
was when it became mandatory
for Faith Livestock to put liens on
seller’s checks. She felt that it was
an invasion of privacy to have this
duty; this was something be-
tween the lien holder and the
rancher themselves. But, she
noted, this aspect of her position
has become more user friendly
over the years.
Some of the changes have cre-
ated more paperwork for JoAnn.
State and federal regulations that
have been added over the years,
and the additional paperwork
that comes from selling expenses,
such as brand inspection, beef
checkoff and vet inspection.
JoAnn plans to work Fridays, to
give some assistance with that pa-
perwork. It’s all those little things
that JoAnn does as a matter of
routine that create more stress for
someone new in the position and
she wants to ease the way.
Scott stated that JoAnn was
recognized in 1997 as the office
manager of the year by the Live-
stock Marketing Association dur-
ing their annual convention and
championship auctioneer contest.
JoAnn still is very humble about
the award. She did admit that it
was a lot of fun the next year as
she, as one of the regional winners
was able to travel to Missouri to
help select the 1998 award win-
ner.
JoAnn ’s last sale day was Mon-
day, August 5. The Vances want
to invite everyone to the 53rd An-
niversary Sale and barbecue on
Monday, August 19, to visit with
JoAnn and your neighbors as well
as watch the sale and enjoy a free
barbecue.
JoAnn’s bubbly personality has
always brightened up the sale
barn, and will surely be missed,
but those grandchildren are
pretty hard to beat. Although, she
is ready for life’s next adventure.
FLCC?s Brown set to retire
The Faith Stock Show Associa-
tion will be honoring all area vet-
erans this Sunday. If you are a
veteran of any branch of the mili-
tary, you’re invited to join them at
The Faith Stock Show rodeo
queen contest will be held this
Saturday, August 10th, starting
at 8:30 AM with horsemanship at
the Bernstein arena. The reigning
queens, visiting queens, and con-
testants will then ride their
horses in the parade. Following
the parade they will go to the
Community Legion Hall for lunch
and interviews with the judges.
At approximately 2 PM the con-
testants will have the stage pres-
entation portion of the contest;
this is where they model their
clothes, answer questions from
the reigning queens, and the Miss
Faith Stock Show contestants
give their speech. The public is
welcome to the stage presenta-
tion, refreshment will be avail-
able. Coronation will be at 5 PM
that evening at the Faith fair-
grounds arena prior to the rodeo
performance.
Miss Faith Stock Show queen
contest this Saturday
the Sunday rodeo performance.
They, along with the community,
wish to thank you for your service
to our country.
Stock Show Association to
honor veterans
HAPPY 30TH ANNIVERSARY
Mom &
Dad
Love,
your
girls!!
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Faith News By Loretta Passolt
Central Meade County News By Sandy Rhoden
Opal Area News
By Kay Ingalls
Welcome to the
Faith Stock Show
& Rodeo. We have
all kinds of
delicious treats.
Stop by and say
hi!
Linda’s Drive In
Hwy. 212
Faith, SD
Good to see everyone!!
Hope you enjoy all the events
Have a safe and happy weekend
Country Cut-N-Curl
Hwy. 212, Faith, SD
Celebrating their
40th
Anniversary
is this handsome couple,
Jim and Jean Smeenk
A potluck and card shower will be held at Oscars
(their hunting lodge)
August, 24th, 2:00 pm.
We welcome all to come and help celebrate these two kids' milestone.
Call Jean Smeenk (605.748.2449) or Sara Hauser (605.788.2842)
for directions. Hope to see you all there!
Quite a few neighbors from
this area attended the funeral
service for Dan Wicks that was
held at the Union Center Com-
munity Center on Monday, 29th.
Our condolences surely go out to
Amy and her daughters and
Dan's brothers Andy and Zane.
Dan suffered through several
hard years with that dreaded dis-
ease and his faithful family were
heroes for being able to take care
of him. 
Marlin and Ethel Ingalls went
down to Paul and Debbie Del-
bridge's on Monday to help great
granddaughter Sabrina celebrate
her very first birthday party.
Dwayne and Zona Vig stopped
by the Stoneville place on their
way home from the funeral to
work on a water tank. Tuesday,
Dwayne worked on a different
water system near Big Draw and
saw the smoke resulting from
Rick Lemmel's baler being on
fire. Several fire departments and
neighbors showed up to help keep
it from spreading very far. Zona
took some lunch down to those
who stayed to keep watch on it.
Howard and I took Tracy along
on Tuesday and went to Sturgis
where we dropped her off to pick
up their car that was getting
some body work done and was
completed. We went on to Rapid
City for a morning appointment
and some shopping. Lots of rally
junk in Sturgis already.
Rod and Justin Ingalls went
into Faith on Tuesday to get some
tire work and other repair work
done. Was a good day for that as
the cook was gone.
Marlin and Ethel Ingalls kept
a medical appointment in Sturgis
on Tuesday.
Wednesday, Aurora and Au-
tumn Keffeler came from Gillette
to Dwayne and Zona Vig's in time
for noon dinner.  They brought
their pets out to stay a week on
the ranch while the Keffelers
spent this week at the Yellow-
stone Bible Camp at Pray, Mon-
tana. Kelsey and Brixie stopped
to visit in the afternoon. The Kef-
felers stayed a few hours after
Dwayne, Zona and Hope left for
Bible study as they wanted to
take pictures of animals. Earlier,
they had flown with Dwayne in
the Cessna to take pictures of the
ranch.  Friday was chokecherry
picking day for Zona and Hope.
Nice wild fruit this year. Wonder-
ing if that along with a good hay
crop means we will have a harder
winter this year.
Logan and Brynn Lemmel
have been spending some time
with grandparents Spud and Ber-
nice while the rally is in Sturgis.
Friday evening, Lemmel's daugh-
ter Roxie Tetrault and family
from St. Onge hosted a family
barbeque gathering to celebrate
Spud and Bernice Lemmel's 60th
wedding anniversay.  Congratula-
tions Spud and Bernice!
Saturday, the Vig crew all
helped with preg checking of the
heifers. Kelsey and Brixie came
later in the afternoon to visit and
have dessert.  It was also cattle
working day for the Delbridge
family at the Ingalls place.
I know Carmen Heidler had
news but guess she is so enjoying
having grandkids visiting that
she didn't get me a note sent.  The
whole Heidler family had spent a
couple days in the Hills at the
first of the week having some fun
time together and then Corky's
kids stayed at the ranch for a
visit. 
Barry and Cheryl Vig, Glenn
and Margaret Fogelman, Lisle
and Mike Reeve, Richard and
Barb Isaacs and Wanda Ruth,
Marlin and Ethel Ingalls,
Howard, Kay, Rod, Tracy and
Justin Ingalls all went into Belle
Fourche on Sunday afternoon to
attend the 60th wedding anniver-
sary gathering for Allen and
Ellen Talley.  A good turnout of
friends and relatives gathered
and had a great visit. Congratu-
lations to Allen and Ellen!!!
Hope many gather in Faith
this week and enjoy the Faith
Stock Show. 
Faith received a little moisture
last week. Temperatures were
mostly in the 70s and some 80s
last week, but Friday we only
reached 67º. A thunderstorm hit
here just before 3:00 Friday
morning with plenty of thunder
and lightning and dropped about
a 1/2” of rain. We had another
small storm Saturday night but it
didn’t leave much moisture. Tem-
peratures are supposed to be in
the 70s mostly this week, making
for nice Stock Show weather, al-
though it may be a little cool at
night. WE received another .30”
this past Monday night, with
plenty of thunder and lightning!
Condolences to the family of
Enoch Bouhoulle. Enoch was a
member of our community for
about 20 years and always en-
joyed visiting with you.
Keith and Roxi Gaaskjolen
stopped by Monday for a short
visit with his mother, Garnet.
They were on their way home
from the Rapid City airport
where they had taken Roxi’s
brother Tyler to fly back to Korea.
He spent a week visiting them.
Zachary Gaaskjolen from Stan-
ley, ND was in Faith all day last
Wednesday. He was attending
meetings for the company he
works for. After the meetings
were over he visited Grandma
Garnet. They went out for supper
and had a real nice visit. He left
about 7 p.m. and was driving
clear back to Stanley which is a 5
1/2 hour drive and had a meeting
there the next morning at 8:00.
Keith and Roxi Gaaskjolen at-
tended a potluck dinner in Union
Center on Sunday. Roxi had
taken a cake and had a few pieces
left so on their way home Roxi
suggested they stop and have
cake and coffee with Garnet. They
enjoyed a good visit over their
cake and coffee.
Motorcycles, along with trail-
ers and motor homes of all sizes,
were certainly on the move over
the weekend, and this week, both
going to and coming from the
Sturgis Rally. Unfortunately,
with all that traffic there have
been several deaths. If you’re
traveling around the area, please
be on the watch for these bikes.
Sometimes they can be hard to
see.
This is the week! Stock Show is
underway in our little town. The
Faith Stock Show Assn. has been
busy planning this event for sev-
eral months. There are the usual
rodeos, parade, bronc match, ex-
hibits, livestock judging, dancing,
a free barbecue, pie social, and
much more. We lost our carnival
this year, but the Faith Volunteer
Fire Dept. is sponsoring games
for the kids on Friday and Satur-
day, along with their Pancake
Breakfast on Sunday. Hope
everyone enjoys the festivities.
The Stock Show Assn. is hon-
oring veterans at the Sunday
rodeo and invite all veterans to
join them.
The Fun Walk/Run/Stroll is
this Saturday morning at Durkee
Lake. Registration begins at 7:15
at the boat dock. This is a
fundraiser for Spinal Muscular
Atrophy.
Central Meade County has
been very blessed to have re-
ceived almost 2 inches of rain in
the past week or so. It has been a
shot in the arm to our pastures
and certainly hasn't hurt the
dams any. Word has it that four
inches of rain fell near the Plain-
view area on Saturday night.
Teen Camp at Cedar Canyon
Bible Camp was a great time for
many. They enjoyed some extra
fun activities that included a blow
up slide and more. They had one
exciting night when some type of
unidentified flying or 'hovering'
object was above the camp. It had
suspicious lights and suddenly
vanished.
Sturgis was slow moving on
Sunday morning and afternoon,
but it wasn't at a standstill. Bik-
ers from all over the country can
be seen on many different types of
bikes. Sandy and Larry Rhoden
gave a couple from Florida a ride
from the airport to Buffalo Chip
on Saturday. They enjoyed get-
ting to know the couple who had
fabulous bikes delivered to Stur-
gis by truck. Needless to say, the
couple made an open ended invi-
tation to come and visit them in
Florida or Denver any time.
Becky and Sandy Hale were at
the Rapid City Airport on Thurs-
day to meet their daughter, Rae
Hale. They had plans to attend a
family reunion that weekend with
Becky's family.
There was potluck at the Com-
munity Baptist Church on Sun-
day after services. Tristen and
Reggie Rhoden spent the after-
noon at Caden Smiley's after din-
ner.
Larry Rhoden and Gary Cam-
mack attended the annual picnic
hosted by the law officers of South
Dakota in Sturgis.
Pastor Harold Delbridge offici-
ated the funeral service for
Daniel Dean Wicks last week at
the Central Meade County Com-
munity Center in Union Center.
Pallbearers were Dick Aldren,
James Inghram, Lyle Long, Glen
Long, Rich Johnston, Kevin
Smith, Larry Jensen, Cliff Matt,
Randy Keffeler and Cody Weyer.
For those who knew Danny, the
words they used to describe him
were loyal, didicated, loving, will-
ing, faithful, fun loving, quick wit-
ted, fiery, caring, hard working
and a friend who could be counted
on no matter what. Danny was 51
years old and leaves behind his
wife, Amy and daughters Emily
and Abigail, son, Chris Herman
and two grandchildren. He also
leaves behind two brothers, Andy
and Zane. He fought a brave fight
before losing his three year battle
to Lou Gehrig’s. He was a
rancher, dedicated volunteer fire-
fighter and served as a director
for the Marcus Fire Department.
Danny was the son of Ray and
Florence Wicks who both have
passed. Danny will forever re-
main in the hearts of many from
his community in Central Meade
County. Our deepest sympathy
goes out to Amy and family, as
well as very close friends.
August 7, 2013 • The Faith Independent • Page 5
Marcus News
By Vicky Waterland
Welcome to the 103rd Stock Show
Special on Smartlic barrels
New products coming soon
May be time to get your feed contracted
for this fall and winter.
Give us a call at 605-967-2102
Where the customer always comes first
Paul’s Feed &
Seed
North Main
Faith, SD
You will probably notice that
last week there wasn’t a Marcus
column. That was because I didn’t
e-mail it to the paper….DUH! I
sent it to my sister and sister-in-
law but forgot the folks I write it
for! Guess it was a Dumb Attack!
I’ll try to shape up in the future!
Week of July 31st
Oh, South Dakota weather,
what will you do? One day this
past week folks reported temper-
atures of 48 in the morning. I had
the heat on as I’m sure more peo-
ple did! The days often heat up to
the high 80’s so we resort to the
air conditioners! Chokecherries
are ripe and ready to pick, custom
combine crews are showing up
and hay trucks are already mov-
ing hay here and there.
Our community was saddened
to hear of the passing of Dan
Wicks from Red Owl. Dan has
had ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease
for several years. He was an ac-
tive member of the community
who cared about his fellow man.
Dan was ill himself but made an
effort to visit my brother Earl as
Earl dealt with liver cancer. We
so appreciated the special effort
he made. That’s the kind of guy
he was. Condolences go out to the
family.  
Monday, Mary Deichert came
to visit her grandparents, Jim
and Vonnie O'Dea. Mary, Amy,
and Vonnie went to Philip and,
with the help of Karyl Sandal,
made a flannel quilt for Amy.
That makes quilts for all the De-
ichert girls. Grandma furnishes
the material and the girls help.
Mary went back to Spearfish
Wednesday so she could go to
work and Amy went to Deadwood
to watch the rodeo slack.
Vonnie's aunt, Eleanor
Kroetch, hosted a birthday sup-
per Wednesday evening for Von-
nie's sister Betty Smith so O'Deas
went there. It was a good time
visiting with relatives.
Corinna Thompson stopped
briefly at Lacey and Robert Won-
dercheck's Monday to pick up sal-
ads  Lacey and I sent to the Wicks
family dinner in Union Center.
Thank you Corinna!
Friday, O'Deas and Amy were
in Sturgis for appointments.
Deadwood was the next stop to
watch the parade and later to the
rodeo. All stayed at Susan O'Deas
for the night. Saturday, they
watched the parade again and
then they went to Piedmont to
Doug, Holly, and Paige Phillips.
Phillips had just gotten new liv-
ing room carpet so they got to see
that. Paige also showed everyone
her new horse Haines. Twenty
years young and just right for a 4
year old.
Tucker, Bev and Tina Hudson
went camping up at Hanna Creek
over the weekend and attended
the Days of ‘76 and the Merle
Haggard Show Saturday night in
Deadwood. Congratulations to
Winston Brown, grandson of
Larry and Val Brown and Tucker
and Bev Hudson, on winning 9
buckles at the National Little
Britches rodeo finals in Pueblo,
Colorado. Winston went into the
short go in 3 events. In the world
standings he was 5th in Goat
Yying and 5th in Ribbon Roping.
This is a week long rodeo with 2
go arounds and a short go. The
participants go into the rodeo
with points like the South Dakota
High School Rodeos do. Wacey
and Wregan were also contest-
ants in the finals rodeo.
Brian Olson hosted a barbecue
Sunday night to honor his son,
Sloan who is here spending a few
days with Brian and Brian’s
mother. Sloan is 3 years old and
quite a tall, handsome young
man. Quirt Wondercheck visited
at Brian’s Friday so he could play
with Sloan. Lacey, Robert, Quirt
and Rio Wondercheck attended
the party.
Harold and I drove to Timber
Lake Thursday afternoon to visit
Adele and Denver Enright. While
we were there Adele and I
checked out the exhibits for the
Days of 1910 Fair. We also visited
the library and the museum.
Bub and Troy Thompson were
in Timber Lake Saturday for the
rodeo and celebration. The Days
of 1910 honored Lee Robley, an
area rancher and rodeo contractor
before John Holloway was born.
Lee and Elsie were neighbors of
ours at Timber Lake and at White
Horse.
Quirt Wondercheck and Raney
Jones took swimming lessons at
the Faith pool this week. I rode
along with Lacey every day but
Wednesday and was very im-
pressed with the girls who taught
the lessons. Tori Afdahl had a
class of little kids with 4 special
needs students. I’m not sure how
she did it but she did a tremen-
dous job getting the kids to float,
blow bubbles and swim. One day
she had two little ones hanging on
her all the time and she still man-
aged to do her job. If you’ve never
been a teacher or in charge of a
group like that you might not ap-
preciate what she did as much as
I do. Some kids cried and didn’t
want in, Quirt and Raney clung to
the edge of the pool one day, other
kids just were uncooperative and
would not get in due to cold
water, taking off to the kiddie
pool or Lord knows what. I think
there were 11 or 12 of them and
they scatter just like little chick-
ens! Good job girls and thanks for
sharing your skills with our little
ones while you still kept them
safe in spite of themselves.
Troy Thompson visited a doc-
tor in Rapid City Tuesday where
he got a cast on his riding arm.
He will be sporting the cast for at
least 5 weeks. Quirt was stumped
and had to ask, “Why you ride a
bull, Troy?” Troy’s grandpa Irvin
always said with bull riding “Its
not if you get hurt but when.” Get
better Troy and get a bronc sad-
dle!
This week’s news
This week we have my dad’s
two sisters here from Reno and
Bakersfield. They are 90 and 93
years old. Oh my, I call them the
“Golden Girls or GG’s.” Two sis-
ters, no matter what age, will still
fight but the elder one gives in to
prevent more trouble. Often the
squabbles are caused by one or
the other not hearing what was
said.  It is still nice to have them
here and reconnect with family.
D’Anne and Amanda Thompson
flew to Bakersfield to drive the
girls out here for Faith Stock
Show. After Stock Show they will
drive them back and then fly
home again. We have been doing
a lot of walking down memory
lane and visiting the old place. As
Harold says, “It is hard for people
who left here in the thirties to
fathom the changes that have
come to the area and to agricul-
ture.” This morning Aunt Ruth
was telling Harold stories of
things his mother, Phyllis Kilness
Waterland and Hattie Burditt
Conway did to them at Barada
School. Phyllis and Hattie were
older so they would get the little
kids to come to the woodshed so
they could pull tricks on them.
One trick was to have them lay
down and open their mouth. Next
they would cough like they were
hacking up a luggie and drop a
peeled grape into the child’s
mouth. Yuck! As straight laced as
Phyllis was that’s hard to imagine
her doing, isn’t it? Hattie being
her accomplice is a shock too!
Ruth also told some more tricks
but I don’t dare write them in
here for fear some kid would copy
it and get in real trouble. I guess
it’s not just today’s kids who
pulled things they shouldn’t have.
We’ve visited the White Owl
Cemetery and they are at the old
Edwin Thompson place with Bub.
I will have a whole new set of old
time information before the girls
go south again.
Grant Simons, Harold tells me
you have stories about school
shenanigans too, but, there again
I can’t share, can I? I am writing
down the ones I can’t print here
so they won’t be lost! How about
it people? What kind of shenani-
gan stories do you have from
school days? Are your kids old
enough to hear them or do you
need to keep your mouth shut
awhile longer?
Thursday, Lacey, Quirt, and
Rio Wondercheck and I were in
Eagle Butte, Timber Lake, Isabel,
and Dupree. I picked up a tele-
scope I got the bid on in the
Dewey County Library fundraiser
at Timber Lake. We stopped at
Adele’s and then ate at the Co-op
restaurant before heading for Is-
abel. In Isabel I had an interview
with Northwest Area Schools,
then went on to Dupree. In
Dupree I went to the Ziebach
County Courthouse where I left
some of my mom’s old “Purple
and Gold” school papers from the
1940’s with Cindy Longbrake. I
still have some 1940’s En La
Pampas and am not sure where
they should go. Anyone know??
Tuesday, Jim and Vonnie
O'Dea and Amy Deichert were in
Philip for appointments. Vonnie
and Amy had quick visits with
Norma Oldenberg and Karyl San-
dal. They were caught in the hail
storm in Philip and damage to the
pickup wasn't good.
Sunday, Jim and Vonnie O'Dea
were in Rapid City at the Old
Story Book Island for a family pic-
nic. Vonnie's sisters and their
families and many cousins gath-
ered for a a day of making memo-
ries and eating good food.
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Welcome visitors to
the Faith Stock Show & Rodeo
For a good night’s rest stop at
Prairie Vista Inn
Hwy. 212, Faith, SD
Welcome everyone to the
Fai th Stock Show & Rodeo!
Ri ck’ s Auto
Rick Smith & Family – Hwy. 212 • Faith, SD Having just turned sweet 16,
Celine Trask was injured in a
ranch related accident late in
2012. She has endured many
surgeries and continues
strong in her rehabilitation
efforts. Please come and help
us celebrate Celine, her sweet
birthday, and her amazing
ongoing recovery.
Benefit
Saturday, August 10, 2013
Free Will Supper ~ 5 p.m. · Live Auction to follow ~ 6 p.m.
Elm Springs Hall, Elm Springs, SD
To donate auction items
or for more information,
contact Shirrise Linn 798-2413,
Margaret NachtigaII 798-2365
or Arneson Auction 798-2525.
See Iist of items at:
ArnesonAuction.com
or on Facebook
Have a safe and fun filled week at
the Faith Stock Show & Rodeo
Faith Community
Health Center
Faith, SD
Howdy folks and welcome to
the 2013 Faith Stock Show cele-
bration. I am Taylor Fisher, the
2012 Faith Stock Show Junior
Miss. My parents are Trevor
Fisher and Laura Fisher. I live on
a cattle and horse ranch forty-five
miles northwest of Faith. I have
two brothers, Chris and Caden.
Throughout the year I had the
opportunity to represent Faith
Stock Show at several events. I
started out my reign by carrying
flags and cleaning the arena at
the Faith Shck Show rodeo.
The following weekend I went
to the Perkins County Fair in
Bison where I handed out ribbons
during the “play day” event. I
helped serve the queen contest-
ants their lunch and showed the
princess contestants how to
model. I rode in the Grand Entry
and helped clean the arena; what
fun I had riding my two year old
colt, Snicker.
Another highlight of my year
was going to Newell’s Labor Day,
riding in the parade and helping
crown the 2012 Labor Day
Queens. While there, I got to meet
Miss Rodeo USA, Trisha Smeenk.
What an honor it was to get my
picture taken with her.
In January, I set out to Rapid
City to the World’s Smallest
Rodeo, held at the Rapid City
Stock Show. While there, I signed
autographs, met many of the
other queens and helped the
young contestants with their pat-
terns.
An exciting day for me was last
week, heading back to Faith with
my Grandma Linda. We made
cookies and went to many of the
businesses; I told everyone to
have a great week at the Stock
Show. We also greeted and gave
cookies to the residents at Coun-
tryside Estates.
With my reign coming to an
end, I would like to say “Thank
You” to everyone who made this
experience possible. Thank you to
all the sponsors and volunteers
who helped make our queen con-
test a success. A special Thank
You to Ida Hibner, for all her
hard work over the years!
I want to wish all the cowboys
and cowgirls the best and hope to
see you all at the rodeo!
In closing, it has been an in-
credible ride!
Thanks and God Bless!
Taylor Fisher,
Miss Jr. Faith Stock Show
The exhibit building during
the Faith Stock Show and Rodeo
2013 will start accepting both 4-
H and open class entries on Wed.,
Aug. 7th and again on Thurs.,
Aug. 8th. The exhibit building
will open from 12 noon to 8 pm.
both days to accept entries. The
exhibit building will not open on
Friday, Aug. 9th, until after all
exhibits are judged (around noon)
and then it will be open, for public
viewing, until 8 pm Friday. Sat-
urday, Aug.10th, the exhibit
building will open after the pa-
rade until 8 pm. We will begin re-
leasing all exhibits Sunday, Aug.
11th at 11 am until 3 pm.
This year open class entries
will earn monetary payment for
the first, second and third place
ribbons. Blues will receive .75
cents, Reds will receive .50 cents
and whites will receive .25 cents.
All money will be handed out
when exhibit entries are picked
up on Sunday. Because of the
money prizes you may only enter
three (3) entries per Lot#.
There will be entry tags avail-
able at the exhibit building both
Wednesday and Thursday of
Stock Show week. And there are
Open Class entry books located
around Faith (there is a list on
the bulletin board across from the
post office boxes in the Faith
Mall).
This year's cookie contest, for
both boys and girls (8 and under)
need to be entered by 8 pm Thurs-
day, Aug. 8th. This year's cookie
is "Snickerdoodle". There's a divi-
sion for both boys and girls. First
and second places, in both divi-
sions, will receive a prize award
and a ribbon. ALL participants
will receive a ribbon. So kids,
WITH your Mom's or Dad’s help,
get to baking those yummy cook-
ies! For ALL the rules, please
check the open class entry book.
There are entry tags at the
back of the open class entry book
and there will be entry tags at the
exhibit building both Wednesday
and Thursday. So bring those art
projects, knitting, leather work,
photos, quilts and anything you
want to display and we will find a
place for it!
If you have questions, please
call me, Tami Haines, at 748-
2414 (leave a message, if no an-
swer) or the exhibit building
(967-2714) from noon to 8 pm
both Wednesday and Thursday of
Stock Show.
Can we make this the best
show? Yes, we can!
Stock Show looking for exhibitors Hello from Miss Jr. Faith Stock Show
The South Dakota Highway
Patrol has sobriety checkpoints
Sobriety checkpoints planned
Wed., Aug. 7: Pork chop w/cel-
ery sauce, Sweet potatoes, Green
beans, Plums
Thur., Aug. 8: BBQ chicken
legs, Baked potato w/sr. cream,
Mixed vegetables, Pears
Fri., Aug. 9: Breaded baked
fish, Parsley potatoes, Glazed car-
rots, Pudding
Mon., Aug. 12: Turkey
Tetrazzini, Tossed salad, Sliced
tomato, Mandarin oranges
Tue., Aug. 13: Birthday Din-
ner - Swedish meatballs, Peas,
Fruity slaw, Pineapple upside
down cake
Wed., Aug. 14: Taco salad,
Fresh Fruit, Pudding, Dinner roll
Thur., Aug. 15: Chicken cac-
ciatore, Baked potato, Green bean
almondine, Applesauce
Fri., Aug. 16: Hot beef sand-
wich, Mashed potatoes & gravy,
Corn, Sunshine salad
Senior Senior
Citizens Menu Citizens Menu
scheduled in August in the follow-
ing counties: Roberts, Davison,
Brown, Codington, Stanley,
Tripp, Hughes, Lawrence, Lake,
Pennington, Yankton, Beadle,
Minnehaha, Aurora and Meade.
August 7, 2013 • The Faith Independent • Page 7
email us at faithind@faithsd.com
The Garden Gate
By Karen Englehart, Master Gardener
SDSU Extension - Perkins Co.
Welcome to the 103rd
Faith Stock Show & Rodeo.
Have a good time!
Bogue & Bogue Law Offices
Faith, SD
Eric & Cheryl Bogue & Family
Stop by for all your Stock
Show needs!
M&D Food Shop
Hwy 212 – Faith, SD
Welcome rodeo
fans
Stop in for a cool
drink!
Lone Tree Bar
Hours for
Stock Show
OPENING AT 4 PM
Northern Hills
Eye Care
Schedule for Faith Clinic
For Appointment call: 1-800-648-0760
1st & 3rd
Wednesdays
of each month
Dr. Prosser
AUG, 14, 2013
Dr. Hafner
SePt. 4, 2012
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
At a time when American
troops are bravely serving their
country, we are reminded of the
sacrifices of previous generations
of Americans who risked or gave
their lives for the freedom we all
enjoy today.
August is full of opportunities
to honor our veterans. This year
legislation was enacted designat-
ing August 7 as “Purple Heart
Recognition Day,” – a working
holiday dedicated to remember
and recognize those members of
the Armed Forces of the United
States who have earned the Pur-
ple Heart Medal for wounds re-
ceived in combat. So as August 7
approaches, let us not forget the
men and women of our armed
forces who have received the Pur-
ple Heart and who have gone
above and beyond the call of duty
to preserve our freedom.
Another great opportunity to
thank our military personnel, our
veterans, and their families is to
attend Veterans Day at the South
Dakota State Fair on August 29.
This is a special day to recognize
the sacrifices and successes of
those who have served in the
Armed Forces, both past and
present. At 10:30 a.m. there will
be a “Salute to Veterans” on the
Northwest Energy Freedom
Stage (Recreation Avenue). Rep-
resentatives from the South
Dakota Department of Veterans
Affairs, the veteran’s service or-
ganizations and the county and
tribal veteran’s service officers
will have an informational booth
in the Veterans Building on Flag
Avenue. This booth will be staffed
throughout the span of the fair
and will give veterans an oppor-
tunity to talk to experts about
benefits and programs available
to them.
Veterans attending school this
fall at one of South Dakota’s uni-
versities or technical schools,
please remember to make contact
with the school’s certifying offi-
cials. They are a great resource to
assist you in transitioning from
soldier to student.
South Dakota is fortunate to
have over 75,000 veterans –
75,000 men and women who have
proudly served this country and
are deserving of benefits they
have earned. I challenge each of
you to reach out to veterans in
your family and ask them “Have
you ever visited with your vet-
eran’s service officer to see if you
qualify for any benefits?” Encour-
age them to make that contact.
Again, a listing of the veterans
service officers can be found at:
http://mva.sd.gov/vet_service_offi-
cers.html
It is important that we honor
the men and women in uniform
who have made tremendous sac-
rifices in the defense of our nation
and who remind us of their valor
and service.
Veterans News
Larry Zimmerman
SD Secretary of Veterans Affairs
What is Wrong?
My cucumbers and zucchini
look weird, sort of big at one end
and peaked on the other end,
what’s up?  Answer:  For the most
part this is due to poor/incomplete
pollination. Check your garden
for bees and other pollinating in-
sects. Often in urban communi-
ties if the city has been spraying
for mosquitoes during the pollina-
tion period for plants, the pollina-
tion may be compromised as bees
avoid the area or are killed/sick-
ened by the chemicals used to
kills the mosquitoes, depending
on the chemicals. The poor polli-
nation problem this year is wide
spread, not just in cities where
mosquito controls are in use.
Using insecticides in or near the
garden affects pollination. 
The bad news - there isn’t a so-
lution unless you are willing to
become a pollinator yourself. Cu-
cumbers and squash have male
and female blossoms, the female
blossoms have a tiny fruit (infe-
rior ovaries) at the base of the
blossom, the male blossom is on a
slender stem.  Female blossoms
are only open for pollination four
hours, then the blossom closes, if
pollination has not occurred, the
blossom/tiny fruit drops off the
vine. Pollen from the male blos-
som must be transferred to the fe-
male blossom and that is your
task should you decide to be the
“pollinator”!
The leaves of some of my cu-
curbit crops look spotted and yel-
lowing, what’s happening?
Cucurbitaceae is a plant family
that includes melons, squash,
gourds, cucumbers, luffas and wa-
termelons. These plants have
similar problems, poor pollina-
tion, pests and diseases. The yel-
lowing of leaves can be due to
poor soil nutrition, yellow dots
may mean lack of nitrogen. Pests
such as spider mites or disease
such as powdery mildew (fungi)
which thrives in warm dry
weather of mid to late summer
cause yellowing. Check the leaves
for the spider mites, you may
want to use a magnifying glass or
place a white piece of paper under
the plant and shake it, if you see
small objects moving around the
paper, you have mites.
So your options are: 1. Do a soil
sample to check soil nutrients
and supplement the soil accord-
ingly if that is the problem. 2. If it
is spider mites you can make your
own homemade insecticide--here
are some to choose from:  a) mix
one part alcohol to one part water
and pour into a squirt bottle; b)
add 5 tbsp. of liquid dish deter-
gent to 1 gallon of water; c) add 1
tbsp. each of ground cinnamon
and clove to a quart of water,
along with 2 tbsp. of Italian sea-
soning. Heat the mixture until it
starts to simmer, then take it off
the heat. Add 2 tbsp. of fresh gar-
lic when the water cools to a
warm temperature, then let it
cool completely. Pour the mixture
through a strainer and add a few
drops of liquid soap. Place in a
spray bottle. Whichever mixture
you choose, be sure to spray both
sides of the leaves thoroughly.
The alcohol mixture should kill
the mites on contact; however, the
dish detergent solution will need
to be applied several times until
it kills the entire mite population
and the herbal mixture once
every three days for about two
weeks.
Anyone who says sunshine
brings happiness has never
danced in the rain. ~Author Un-
known
On Monday, Aug. 12, the final
phase of a nine-mile reconstruc-
tion project will begin in the east-
bound lanes of Interstate 90 near
Spearfish, according to the South
Dakota Department of Trans-
portation.
Traffic will be reduced to one
lane in each direction and two-
way traffic maintained in the
westbound lanes between Exits
14 and 17, with a 14-foot width
restriction.
Motorists are asked to watch
for slowing traffic, merging lanes,
modified traffic patterns for exit
on/off ramps, construction equip-
ment and workers. 
The speed limit on that section
of I-90 near Spearfish will be re-
duced to 55 mph, and motorists
are reminded that fines are dou-
bled in work zones.
The interim completion date
for this phase is Nov. 1, with an
overall completion date of Dec.
20.
The prime contractor on the
$12.4 million project is Heavy
Constructors Inc. of Rapid City.
For more information, contact
Steve Kamarainen, at 605-394-
2248.
I-90 Eastbound reconstruction near Spearfish
Page 8 • August 7, 2013 • The Faith Independent
Welcome neighbors to the
Faith Stock Show & Rodeo
You’ve tried the rest, now try us!!
Happy Trails Feeds
Arlen & Betty Hulm
Faith, SD • Phone: 967-2694
Welcome rodeo contestants and fans!
We hope you have a good time
Stop in and say Hi
Roy’s Pronto Parts
Corner of Hwy 212 & 73 – Faith, SD
Glad to
see you
made it
Have a fun
filled week
Butler
Insurance
Agency
Main St., Fai th, SD
Keffeler Kreations, Fai th, SD
Welcome to Stock Show
Come visit us at any of our
3 locations during Stock Show
Hwy 212, in the Mall and under
the Grandstand
Coffee, Bagels and BLING
Grand River Roundup
By Betty Olson
We had a couple nice rains this
week, just short of an inch on Fri-
day and 33 hundredths Sunday
morning. Most of the haying is
finished, the guys are busy haul-
ing hay, and harvest has started.
It’s unusual to see green out on
the prairie this time of year, but
we’ve very thankful for all the
beautiful grass in the pastures.
Sen. Maher and I attended a
meeting between the Grand River
Grazing District and the Dakota
Prairie Grasslands Forest Service
officials at the Dakota Lodge in
Lemmon Tuesday. This was a re-
view of the Forest Service’s pre-
scribed burn of Pasture 3B that
got out of control and destroyed
almost 14,000 acres of govern-
ment pasture and privately
owned grassland. South Dakota
Secretary of Agriculture Lucas
Lentsch and Courtney De La
Rosa came from Pierre for the
meeting and North Dakota was
represented by Shirley Meyer
from Sen. Heitkamp’s office and
by Jon Cameron from Sen. Ho-
even’s office. Most of the local fire
departments attended and re-
ported that they have been reim-
bursed for the expenses incurred
in fighting the fire. The firemen
stressed the critical need for bet-
ter radio communication between
the Forest Service and the fire de-
partments. 
Members of Grand River Graz-
ing met with Forest Service rep-
resentatives to determine what
was learned from the catastrophic
fire and what would be the best
method of handling crested wheat
grass that wouldn’t involve burn-
ing. Grand River Grazing Associ-
ation Pres. Tim Smith asked if
the Forest Service would work on
a burn plan with the association
and Grassland Supervisor Dennis
Neitzke agreed, asking that they
work together to develop a plan
for management goals.
The Buffalo Youth Rodeo finals
were in Buffalo Wednesday after-
noon. We didn’t make it in to
watch the grandkids but they did
okay without us. Trig was won-
dering what Bryce was going to
do with all the buckles she won
cuz she doesn’t have enough belts
to put them on. He thought she’d
have been better off to win some
of the cool stuff he won!
Many of the neighbors are
busy putting up garden produce
and making jam, jelly, pickles,
syrup, etc. I canned 21 quarts of
cherries this week, made a cherry
pie, two carrot cakes, two choco-
late zucchini cakes, and a couple
quarts of pickled cucumber salad.
My sister gave me three heads of
cabbage, so tomorrow I’m making
sauerkraut. Yum! Oh, if any of
you need dill for pickles, call me.
I have a whole garden full of it.
There’s a reason that stuff is
called dill weed.
Isabel’s annual celebration was
this weekend. There was an
alumni reunion Friday evening, a
parade, barbeque and ice cream
social on Saturday, and rodeos on
Saturday and Sunday. Sen.
Maher called to tell me that
George Boldt was furnishing a ve-
hicle to haul us through the pa-
rade. 
George’s antique manure
spreader was perfect for hauling
around a couple politicians! Cur-
tis Witte pulled the old manure
spreader with an antique tractor,
also belonging to George Boldt,
and thankfully, he didn’t engage
the spreader after we were
aboard. Curtis said his wife
wanted to put a sign on the back
of the manure spreader that said
“Spreading ObamaCare”, but
since both of the politicians he
was hauling are adamantly op-
posed to ObamaCare, they de-
cided against it, at least while we
were aboard!  
Sunday was the first church
service held in the new Bethle-
hem Lutheran Church at Ludlow.
The building was originally the
chapel at Sky Ranch for Boys
south of Camp Crook. When Sky
Ranch closed, the church bought
the building, had it moved to Lud-
low near where the old church
once stood, and remodeled it in-
side and out. Chase Stugelmeyer
and Trevor Gress were confirmed
during the service on Sunday, the
first class to be confirmed in the
new building. Having a church in
Ludlow again is wonderful and
we congratulate not only Chase
and Trevor, but the entire Beth-
lehem Lutheran congregation!
Reub and I picked Bob Hanson
up in Bison Sunday evening and
took him with us to Bible study at
John and Corinne Erickson’s
ranch. Brad and Linda Abelseth
and Les and Sharon Longwood
joined us for a delightful evening.
When we picked Bob up, he let us
listen to a message on his answer-
ing machine from another old sol-
dier. His friend, who is 94 or 95,
always calls Bob on the anniver-
sary of the day Bob was critically
injured by the Germans in France
and taken prisoner. Bob was tick-
led that he didn’t get to the phone
in time, because now his answer-
ing machine has preserved the
message so he can listen to the
voice of his friend again and
again.
Bob told us a story he forgot to
tell Jan Swan Wood when she in-
terviewed him a couple weeks
ago. Bob was a member of Pres.
Roosevelt’s security detail when
FDR visited his son Elliot Roo-
sevelt’s ranch in Texas. Bob was
armed with a 50 caliber machine
gun that he carried pointed into
the air. A FBI agent walked by
where Bob was standing and
asked, “Is that thing loaded?”
while the agent reached over and
touched the trigger! Thankfully
the shell went straight into the
air, but the resulting blast cer-
tainly got everyone’s attention!  
Our ride through the Isabel
cowboy community parade in the
old manure spreader made me
think of this joke Debbie Kahl
sent me years ago entitled Coun-
try Politics: 
A busload of politicians was
driving down a country road,
when suddenly the bus ran off the
road and crashed into an old
farmer's barn.
The farmer got off his tractor
and went to investigate. Soon he
dug a hole and buried the politi-
cians. A few days later, the local
sheriff came out, saw the crashed
bus and asked the old farmer
where all the politicians had
gone.
The farmer told him he had
buried them.
The sheriff asked the farmer,
"Lordy, were they ALL dead?"
The old farmer said, "Well,
some of them said they weren't,
but you know how them crooked
politicians lie."
Welcome to Faith
Hope you enjoy
the celebration!
Faith Veterinary Servi ce
S Hwy 73 • Faith, SD
John Lopez … was commissioned to do this Friesian by the
new owners of Runny Meade Farms in New Hampshire. He plans to
deliver the piece this fall by driving it out there and helping install
the sculpture. Here is a link to Runny Mead farms. http://historicrun-
nymede.com/ Also people can go onto my blog to read more about
projects I am working on parade on Saturday and be on hand after
the parade to display the horse for the public to see it.
Photo courtesy of John Lopez
August 7, 2013 • The Faith Independent • Page 9
Have a great week! There is something for
everyone! Stop by for a visit!
Faith Lumber Co. – N. Main St., Faith, SD
OWNERS: Jack & Kelly Gully
Manager: Shannon Carmichael
121 Main St., Faith, SD 57626
PH: 605-967-2332
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Home & Office Collection
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Enjoy all the festivities!!
Authentic Indian Tacos
Thurs., Aug. 8, Fri., 9 &
Sat. Aug. 10th: 11 AM-2 PM
Breakfast Buffet 6–11 AM
Fri., Aug. 8, Sat., 9, & Sun., 10:
Branding Iron Inn & Cafe
Hwy. 212, Faith SD
toric tax credits that can help
small businesses and employees
cover the cost of health care,” said
Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew.
“It’s important for small busi-
ness owners to know the facts
about the Affordable Care Act
and Business.USA.gov/health-
care delivers resources and need-
to-know information through one
streamlined tool,” said SBA Ad-
ministrator Karen Mills. “This
Website will prove to be an in-
valuable resource for small em-
ployers to learn how the law is
ushering in better options for
them and their employees.”
“The Affordable Care Act is
providing better care and better
choices for millions of Americans,
and this is another great tool for
employers to learn how they can
offer health coverage that makes
sense for their business and em-
ployees, and works for their bot-
tom line,” said HHS Secretary
Kathleen Sebelius.
Many parts of the Affordable
Care Act, which was signed into
law in March, 2010, are already
in effect, including new consumer
protections, and improvements to
health care coverage that ensure
consumers get more value for
their premium dollars.
Additional benefits will take
effect in late 2013 and beyond.
Starting October 1, 2013, individ-
WASHINGTON – The Obama
Administration today launched
Business.USA.gov/healthcare, a
one-stop-shop Website which will
provide employers of all sizes ed-
ucational materials on how the
Affordable Care Act may affect
businesses and help them com-
pete. The site includes a wizard
tool that is tailored based on size
and location, so businesses can
learn how the law helps them pro-
vide affordable coverage options
to their employees while still
meeting their bottom line.  The
site will act as a user-friendly hub
that connects employers to infor-
mational content on tax credits
and other provisions of the law
from the Small Business Admin-
istration, the Department of
Health and Human Services
(HHS), and the Treasury Depart-
ment.  
As part of the Administration’s
ongoing dialogue with leaders of
our nation’s top businesses, this
latest tool will help ensure that
employers of all sizes know what
the Affordable Care Act means for
them, and have the information
they need to take advantage of
the new benefits and opportuni-
ties under the law. The Adminis-
tration will work with the
employer community to ensure
the site continues to be a helpful
resource for businesses and their
employees, including updating
the site with additional, timely in-
formation.
“As the Affordable Care Act is
implemented, it is so important
for us to work with the business
community and provide employ-
ers with the information they
need,” said U.S. Commerce Secre-
tary Penny Pritzker. “The health
care website on
Business.USA.gov/healthcare will
be a tremendous resource for self-
employed Americans and busi-
nesses of all sizes to learn what
the Affordable Care Act means for
them.”
“The Affordable Care Act helps
level the playing field for small
businesses, expanding their bar-
gaining power and their ability to
offer the kind of valuable benefit
packages that attract and retain
top-quality workers. Small busi-
nesses are a cornerstone of our
economy and we are committed to
working with them to raise
awareness and access to the his-
One-Stop-Shop website launched to educate business
owners about the Affordable Care Act
uals, including those who are self-
employed, and small businesses
looking for a better plan, will
have a new way to shop for pri-
vate health insurance through
the Health Insurance Market-
place and the Small Business
Health Options Program (SHOP)
found at HealthCare.gov.   Indi-
viduals may be eligible for lower
costs on their monthly premiums
and self-employed individuals
and small businesses may be eli-
gible for tax credits to help with
the costs of coverage.
President Obama issued a
challenge to government agencies
to think beyond their organiza-
tional boundaries in the best in-
terest of serving America's
business community, and start
thinking and acting more like the
businesses they serve. He di-
rected the creation of Busines-
sUSA.gov, a centralized platform
to make it easier than ever for
businesses to access services to
help them grow and hire.  Busi-
nessUSA.gov leverages the re-
sources of our partners across the
federal government to ensure
that business owners get compre-
hensive information and easy-to-
use tools related to range of
topics, including health care. To
learn more, please visit Busi-
ness.USA.gov.
Receptionist Position Open
Family Health Center of Eagle Butte
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM
Duties include but not limited to: filing, answering phones,
collecting co-pays, medical records, data entry,
and making appointments.
Qualified applicants will possess good attention to detail,
computer skills, flexibility and the ability to be highly confidential.
Please contact Bev Stradinger at 605-466-2120
for more information and to receive an application.
Applications can also be picked up a
the Family Health Center
Applications will close on
August 16th
Fi rst National
Bank of Phil ip
and Faith
Mai n St. , Faith, SD
Wel come to Faith. Have a
great week.
Remember us for all your
banki ng needs.
Welcome the 103rd
Faith Stock Show & Rodeo
We hope you have a great time.
Check out the Stock Show poster, in
the paper, for all
the fun happenings
The Faith
Independent
Prairie Oasis Mall
Main Street Faith, SD
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Ropes and Goats finished the
sixth and final event of the sum-
mer with many happy faces.
Kaycee Groves had the biggest
smile because she was the high-
money winner of the evening and
won the T-Shirt printed with the
theme, “Give it all you got, but
give God the Glory,” sponsored in
part by Keffeler Kreations.
Cole Brewer won the $5 for
reciting the Bible verse from I
Peter 5:8 “Be alert and of sober
mind. Your enemy the devil
prowls around like a roaring lion
looking for someone to devour.”
The resolve to give the young
goat tyers and breakaway ropers
experience was accomplished for
the third year of Ropes and Goats.
Those who participated showed
significant improvement. Take a
look at the fast times in the goat
tying.
A special thanks goes to the
people who opened gates, took
ropes off, handled goats, pushed
calves, announced, timed, strung
the barrier, flagged, and all the
things that need to be done to
have Ropes and Goats. Thanks to
the Faith Community for their
support and for the privilege of
using the great facility.
Results: Everyone gets
three head
Jr Jr Boys and Girls Goat
Ribbon Snatching
Kaycee Groves 20.41 $40
Treg Thorstenson 30.78 $24
Jess Harper 32.26 $16
Jr Girls Goat Tying
Mikenzy Miller 28.78 $60
Kaycee Groves 29.74 $36
Jayden Shoemaker 31.46 $24
Jr Boys Goat Tying
Harland Groves 33.91 $45
Jess Harper 58.41 $27
Treg Thorstenson 58.69 $18
Sr Girls Goat Tying
Katy Miller 21.33 $60
Shayna Miller 21.57 $36
Tanielle Arneson 25.83 $24
Open Girls Goat Tying
Kristi Birkeland 23.06 $60
Jr Jr Boys and Girls Break-
away Roping
Kaycee Groves 6.73 ( 1 hd) $30
Jr Girls Breakaway
Tayla Thorstenson 5.65 ( 1 hd)$45
Shantell Brewer 5.72 $27
Mikenzy Miller 15.51 $18
Jr Boys Breakaway
Tarin Arneson 15.71 $60
Sr Girls Breakaway
Kailyn Groves 9.76 (2 hd) $60
Brooklyn Hanson 6.60 (1 hd) $36
Tanielle Arneson 12.70 $24
Open Girls Breakaway
Katy Miller 20.15 $105
Jacque Murray 7.48 (2 hd) $63
Shayna Miller 15.53 $42
Boys Breakaway
Pete Reinert 10.31(2 hd) $60
Ropes and
Goats finishes
season with
smiles
August 7, 2013 • The Faith Independent • Page 11
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The path to understanding the
We have long been on the path
to understanding the proper diet
that prevents heart attacks and
strokes.
Although most believe a life
style of moderate physical activity
and avoidance of smoke is impor-
tant in preventing atherosclero-
sis, there remains no consistent
answer to which diet is most pro-
tective in preventing early aging
of blood vessels.
For years we thought it was a
no-egg, low fat, and more vegetar-
ian diet, but in recent years ex-
perts have started endorsing
more meat. It began when a fad,
low-carbohydrate, weight-loss
diet became clearly more success-
ful than the standard more vege-
tarian diet. Reported in the
medical journals, researchers
found that those eating less
bread, potatoes, and sweets lost
more weight and felt better than
those eating less meats and fats.
Alas, after a year both groups
were equally unsuccessful in
keeping the weight off, but we
learned from it.
Add to this what we’ve known
for years about the medical condi-
tions of food intolerance. There is
intolerance to lactose, which is
the natural sugar of milk, and
celiac disease, which is intoler-
ance to gluten, a protein in many
cereals especially wheat. Anthro-
pologists tell us these problems
did not occur in hunter-gather so-
cieties until about 10,000 years
ago when farming developed and
humanity became exposed to ani-
mal milk and wheat.
It is also intriguing that stud-
ies of twentieth century hunter-
gatherers, whose diets are about
65% wild game meat and 35%
gathered plant food, show them to
be generally free of the signs and
symptoms of cardiovascular dis-
ease. Could it be then that the
eating habits of our ancestral pre-
farming Paleolithic people living
2.5 million years ago until 10,000
years ago are guiding us along a
path to prevent heart attacks and
stroke in modern humans?
Those who don’t swallow this
theory advise us that back then,
most people had to walk about an
hour a day to survive, had smaller
portions of food when they had
food at all, and that most didn’t
live past 30 years of age anyway.
These contrarians state that 500
generations of living with an
agrarian diet has been enough to
evolve tolerance to lactose and
gluten with only an occasional
throwback who doesn’t tolerate
our modern diet of milk and
bread.
I think the path to preventing
a heart attack is not by avoiding
meat and fat, or even milk and
bread, but rather by simply eat-
ing smaller portions and daily
walking along any path.
Dr. Rick Holm wrote this
The Prairie Doc Perspective
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medical professionals discuss
health concerns for the general
public.  “On Call®” is produced by
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The Dewey, Meade & Ziebach
County FSA offices would like to
keep you informed of the follow-
ing items important to USDA pro-
grams. If you have any questions
please contact the Dewey County
office at 865-3522 ext 2, Meade
County at 347-4952 ext 2, or
Ziebach County at 365-5179 ext 2.
IMPORTANT DATES
TO REMEMBER:
September 16 – Last day to
sign-up for DCP
DEADLINE EXTENDED
FOR DCP SIGNUP
The deadline to signup for the
Direct and Counter-Cyclical Pro-
gram has been extended to Sep-
tember 16, 2013. If you have not
signed up for this program and
you have base acres greater than
10 you need to call the office for
an appointment. Zero share sig-
natures must be received by Sep-
tember 30th.
AUGUST 2013 INTEREST
RATES
Interest Rate for Commodity
and Marketing Assistance Loans
is 1. 125%
Interest Rate for Farm Storage
Facility Loans is 2.000 7 YEAR
Interest Rate for Farm Storage
Facility Loans is 2.625 10 YEAR
Interest Rate for Farm Storage
Facility Loans is 2.750 12 YEAR
FLP Farm Operating Loan In-
terest is 1.500%
FLP Farm Ownership Loan In-
terest is 3.625%
NAP PROGRAM REMINDER
We have had some hail storms
go thru the area and if you pur-
chased NAP we are reminding
you that anytime you feel there is
a loss on your acreage either from
hail, drought or any natural dis-
aster you are suppose to report
the loss within 15 days from the
date you feel the loss is apparent.
This also includes crops that are
not covered under NAP. Any time
you feel there is a loss you should
report within 15 days.
USDA is an equal opportunity
provider, employer and lender. To
file a complaint of discrimination,
write to USDA, Assistant Secre-
tary for Civil Rights, Office of Ad-
judication, 1400 Independence
Avenue, S.W., Washington, DC
20250-9410, or call (866) 632-
9992 or toll-free Customer Serv-
ice, (800) 877-8339 (local or
Federal relay), (866) 377-8642
(/relay voice users).
USDA/Farm
Service
Agency News
LEGALS Legal Newspaper for the City of Faith • Faith School District 46-2 • Meade County • NWAS August 7, 2013 • The Faith Independent • Page 13
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miss a single issue.
NOTICE
Request for
Proposal
2013/2014 - Meade
County “Cut and
Chunk” Program
_______________________________
General Project Description: This
Request for Proposal is for “cutting and
chunking” trees infested with Mountain
Pine Beetle on U.S. Forest Service lands
in Meade County, South Dakota. The
“cutting and chunking” project is a coop-
erative effort between the U.S. Forest
Service, the State of South Dakota and
Meade County. Tree marking for the
project shall commence on Septem-
ber 15, 2013. It is estimated that tree
cutting and chunking shall commence on
October 1, 2013. The deadline for the
completion of this project is March 1,
2014. The Contractor(s) shall be re-
quired to treat any infested tree that is
designated for this Project within the time
period of the contract.
Project Area: The Project area in-
cludes various sites found on U.S. For-
est Service lands throughout Meade
County, South Dakota. Depending on
project costs and available funding, it is
estimated that between 14,000 - 20,000
infested trees shall be cut and chunked.
Contractor(s) will report to a project site.
The trees shall be identified with either
red or pink paint. There will be two breast
height marks, one on the downhill side
and one on the uphill side of the tree.
There will be no butt marks on the trees.
The tally of the number of trees as
counted and inspected by a Project site
administrator shall be used to determine
payment amount.
Time Period: The Contractor’s serv-
ice under this Agreement shall com-
mence on September 15, 2013 and end,
on or before, March 1, 2014.
Request for Proposal Procedure:
Proposals can be submitted, using the
form found at www.meadecounty.org, to
the Meade County Commission Office at
1300 Sherman Street, STE 212 - Stur-
gis, SD 57785. Proposal envelopes shall
be clearly labeled “2013/2014 Meade
County Cut and Chunk Program -
Sealed Proposal” and shall be received
at the above address no later than 5:00
p.m., MDT, on Friday August 23, 2013
For complete Project details, please visit:
HYPERLINK "http://www.meadecounty.
org" www.meadecounty.org or contact
Jerry Derr, Meade County Commission
Assistant at 605.720-1625 or HYPER-
LINK "mailto:jderr@meadecounty.org"
jderr@meadecounty.org
Published July 31 & August 7, 2013 for
a total approximate cost of $40.28
Welcome to the Faith Stock Show and Rodeo
NO SALE: MONDAY, AUGUST 12TH
NEXT SALE: MONDAY, AUGUST 19TH
53rd Anniversary Sale & BBQ
Special yearling and sheep sale
Sale Time: 10 AM and BBQ served at 2:00
Expecting 1500-1800 yearlings,1500-1800 lambs
CONSIGNMENTS: LAMBS
Consignment – 500 x bred lambs 75-90#
CONSIGNMENTS: YEARLINGS
Fogelman (Disp) – 80 Red Angus heifers HR bred Red Angus – 3-10 day calving periods
Dietterle – 130 blk & bldy steers HR 850-950#
Smith – 250 blk & Char x steers HR – 900-950#
Hawks – 45 Hereford steers 950#
Palmer – 135 blk & baldy heifers (spay) 800-850#
Fischbach – 200 blk & baldy heifers (spay) 850#
Flintrock – 130 blk & red steers 850#
Kerstein – 25 Angus heifers HR (open) 775#
UPCOMING SALES:
August 6-11: Faith Stock Show and Rodeo
Monday, August 19 – 53rd Anniversary Sale & BBQ – (selling both sheep and cattle)
Monday, August 26: Special yearling and sheep sale
We are looking for help for this fall
Faith Livestock Commission Co.
(605) 967-2200
An excellent sale here for Monday, August 5, for all classes
of livestock. Continued interest in bred cows with some very
nice cows in the offering. Lambs, calves and yearlings all
sold on a stronger trade in anticipation of cheaper feed costs.
Thank you for your business.
REPRESENTATIVE SALES
Wes Escott
12..............Angus cows 3-4s (9-1) HD............$1735.00
52..............Angus cows 3-4s (9-1) HD............$1650.00
14 ...............baldy cows 3-4s (9-1) HD............$1680.00
21.................Angus cows 5s (9-1) HD............$1650.00
15.................Angus cows 5s (9-1) HD............$1625.00
28..........Hereford cows 3-4s (9-1) HD............$1560.00
9 ........Red Angus cows 3-4s (9-1) HD............$1610.00
Flintrock Ranch
31 .............Hereford cows 3s (9-1) HD............$1525.00
Casey Humble
7..........Hereford cows 3-4s (8-20) HD............$1560.00
Nate Skjodal
39..........blk & bldy cows 9s (8-15) HD............$1435.00
YEARLINGS ................................ ..............................
Graham & Levin
58..................blk & bldy steers DF 888 .............$149.50
27...........blk & bldy heifers (open) 722 .............$148.00
Flintrock Ranch
65.........................blk & red steers 890 .............$148.00
consignment of
66.......blk & Char x heifers (open) 748 .............$145.50
Maureen Vig
9 ..................Angus heifers (open) 806 .............$146.75
Todd Gerbracht
17 ................Angus heifers (open) 796 .............$146.00
CALVES ...................................... ..............................
Varland Ranch
48.......blk & bldy calves (weaned) 311 ........$725.00/hd
Lex Palmer
3 ..............Angus calves (weaned) 300........$700.00/hd
SHEEP ......................................... ..............................
Pete Anderson
340 ......................................lambs 91 ...............$113.00
Patsy Miller
169 ......................................lambs 100 .............$105.00
Glen Long
70 ........................................lambs 91................$111.50
We appreciate your business. Give us a call at 605-967-2200
or www.faithlivestock.com if you have livestock to sell.
We would be glad to visit with you.
Gary Vance – (605) 967-2162 OR Scott Vance – (605) 739-5501
OR CELL: 484-7127 OR Max Loughlin – (605) 244-5990 OR
1-605-645-2583 (cell) OR Dace Harper 1-605-515-1535 (cell) OR
Glen King 1-605-390-3264 (cell)
Page 14 • August 7, 2013 • The Faith Independent
Keep up with your city,
school, and county...
Read the Legals
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
Dr. Jason M. Haf ner
Dr. David J. Prosser
OPTOMETRISTS
Faith Clinic
1ST–3RD WEDNESDAYS
OF THE MONTH
PH: 967-2644
1-800-648-0760
910 Harmon St
RYAN SEAGER
Cell: (605) 441-7465
Fax: (605) 859-2766
ryanseager@hotmail.com
PHILIP MOTOR,
INC.
Bus. (605) 859-2585 or 1-800-859-5557
101 W. Oak St., PO Box 816
Philip, SD 57567-0816
Chrysler • Dodge Ram • Ford-Lincoln
Faith Community
Health Service
HOURS Mon.–Fri.:
8 a.m.–12; 1 -5 p.m.
605/967-2644
After Hours
Verna Schad: 964-6114 or
605-365-6593 (cell)
Dusty’s Tire Service
PH: 605-490-8007 – Faith, SD
“Have truck will travel”
For all your on-farm tractor, truck &
machinery tire repairs call Dusty.
Leave a message if no answer
Call anytime 7 days a week!!
I have tubes & most common
tires on hand & can order in any
tire of your choice.
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Faith, SD
1-888-411-5651
Bison, SD
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3 mi. W & 3 mi. N of Howes, SD
Equip. Repair/Maintenance -
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Car & Light Truck Tires
Shop: 605-985-5007
Cell: 605-441-1168
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Dr. Brandace Dietterle
DC Chiropractor
EVERY MONDAY
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Imagine and More
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Faith, SD
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416 S Main St., Fai th, SD
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Graduations
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605-748-2210 or 2244
J-1
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We’ve expanded to include
marine, hunting, camping, and
even swimming products.
212 West 4th St, Faith, SD
PH: 605-967-2690 or
390-7615
ALWAYS OPEN
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show room during Stock Show
Tower Stool LLC
South Main, Faith, SD
ALL types!
Brent Peters
WBackhoe
WTrenching
WTire Tanks
WVacuum
Excavation
WCobett Waters
WDirectional
Boring
Located in
Kadoka, SD
Home: (605) 837-2945
Cell: (605) 381-5568
Excavation work of
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2010 F-3S0 4X4: Cal cIassis, V-
10, rcgular cal..................$14,99S
2010 F-3S0 CREW CAB LARIAT
4X4: FX4 ¡lg., V-10, sIorilo×, lo×-
lincr, Icaicd scais, cancra, 31,000
nilcs .................................$34,99S
2009 F-3S0 CREW CAB: Long lo×,
4×4, Lariai, V-10,
41,000 nilcs . . . . . . . . . . $33,99S
200S DODGE DAKOTA: 4×4, V-8,
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Icaicd lcaiIcr, sunroof & norc,
16,500 nilcs . . . . . . . . . . $2?,99S
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iradc . . . . . . . Co11 ]or greo1 deo1!
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irailcr iow, 109K nilcs . . . $14,49S
1996 CHEVY SUBURBAN: 3/4 ion,
4×4, vcry usallc . . . . . . . . . $3,99S
TRA1LBRS
New D0T B0 tt. 0ar HauIer: Tandem ßS00 Ib. axIes...8ß,B9S
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lcaiIcr, 17,000 nilc ¡rogran
car ....................................$21,49S
2010 IMPALA LT: 72,000 nilcs,
wcll cqui¡¡cd....................$11,99S
2010 FORD FUSION SE: 4 door,
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wcll cqui¡¡cd,
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for car.................................$S,99S
199S OLDS REGENCY: 4 door, wcll
cqui¡¡cd, nccds 3.8L cnginc
worl ......................................$S9S
1991 FREIGHTLINER 3S0 CAT:
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THE FAITH
INDEPENDENT
967-2161
FAX 967-2160
The South Dakota Game, Fish
and Parks Department is honor-
ing four individuals who have
taken part in the agency’s Walk-
In Area program since its incep-
tion 25 years ago.
Access to land is an important
part of hunting and the Walk-In
Area program has played a major
role in placing South Dakota
among the nation’s best hunting
locations. Under the program,
private land is leased for public
access and there are currently
over one million acres of private
land enrolled across the state.
The program started in 1988
with 26 South Dakota landown-
ers taking part. Now, 25 years
later, three of those original 26
contracts still have land leased
for Walk-In Area.
The four individuals involved
in the three original contracts –
Bud Thorpe, Dwight and Harold
Wookey, and Robert Weber – will
be honored at the GFP Commis-
sion meeting on Aug. 1.
“Their participation in the
Walk-In Area hunting access pro-
gram has significantly con-
tributed to South Dakota’s
hunting heritage, culture, and
economy,” SD GFP Secretary Jeff
Vonk said.
“Every year over 200,000 peo-
ple hunt in South Dakota to
spend time with family and
friends, enjoy the great outdoors
and provide food for their tables.
Having a place to go hunting is a
hunter’s primary concern, and
these landowners have opened up
opportunities for so many people,”
Tony Leif, director of GFP’s
Wildlife Division, said. “Thank
you to Bud, Dwight, Harold,
Robert and everyone else who has
partnered with Game, Fish and
Parks and our Walk-In Area pro-
gram over the past 25 years. Your
cooperation has helped make this
program a model for many other
states.”
SD Game, Fish
and Parks
honors three
landowners for
25 years of
hunting access
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PUBLISHER’S NOTICE: All real estate advertised in this newspaper is sub-
ject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968, which makes it illegal to advertise
“any preference, or discrimination on race, color, religion, sex, or national ori-
gin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimina-
tion.”
This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which
is a violation of the law. Our readers are informed that all dwellings advertised
in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis.
Furnished Home in Faith, SD for Sale! $49,500
2 bed/ 1 bath, garage converted to living
quarters; on 2 city Lots;
Owner Financing
Dave Wilson Owner/Broker,
605-347-7579
www.sturgisSD.com/FAITH
SPORTING EVENT
BULL-A-RAMA Sat., August 17, 2013,
6:30 pm, Redfield, SD, $3,000 Added
Money, Contestant Registration: Mon-
day, August 12, 2013, From 12pm-l0pm
605-259-3254 For more info: 605-472-
0965.
EMPLOYMENT
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANTED.
Possible living quarters for the right per-
son. Branding Iron Inn, Faith, SD, call
Tim or Deb 1-605-967-2662.
CD COUNSELORS The Womenís Prison,
Pierre, SD, is seeking Chemical Depend-
ency Counselors. Successful candidate
must have the ability to become certified
as CD Counselor. A bachelorís degree in
alcohol and drug abuse studies, coun-
seling, psychology or related field pre-
ferred. Competitive salary/excellent
benefit package. For more information
and to apply, please go to
http://bhr.sd.gov/workforus. Job ID
#1410.
POLICE CHIEF ñ FREEMAN, SD The
City of Freeman is taking applications
for a full time Police Chief. Responsibil-
ities include supervision and direction of
police department personnel and poli-
cies, community relations, police patrol
and other law enforcement duties. High
School Diploma or G.E.D. required. Cer-
tified Officer preferred. Salary is de-
pendent on qualifications and
experience. Application and job descrip-
tion can be picked up at Freeman City
Hall, 185 E. 3rd Street, Freeman, SD, or
call 605-925-7127. Completed applica-
tion can be sent to Lisa Edelman, Fi-
nance Officer, PO Box 178, Freeman, SD
57029. Deadline for applications is Au-
gust 23, 2013.
MARINE MECHANIC WANTED with
Parts and Service Knowledge. FT with
benefits. Will train. Apply Pierre Sports
Center 1440 N Garfield Ave Pierre, SD
605-224-5546
SISSETON SCHOOL DISTRICT OPEN-
ING: Library Media Specialist. Contact:
Tammy Meyer, 516 8th Ave W Sisseton,
SD 57262 605-698-7613 Position open
until filled. EOE.
HOVEN SCHOOLS SEEKING K-12 spec.
ed. teacher. Contact Peggy Petersen,
Supt. (605) 948-2252 or at Peggy.Pe-
tersen@k12.sd.us for application. Open
until filled.
THE DUPREE SCHOOL DISTRICT is
seeking applications for a HS Math In-
structor (w/wo Head Boys BB Coach);
Base Pay - $34,150 plus signing bonus.
Contact Supt. Lenk at Dupree School
(605) 365-5138.
DOUGLAS COUNTY COMMISSION is
taking applications for full- time Dou-
glas County Highway Superintendent.
Must have valid Class A Driverís Li-
cense. Experience in road/bridge con-
struction/maintenance. For application
contact: Douglas County Auditor (605)
724-2423.
CHS MIDWEST COOPERATIVES is
seeking people interested in an agron-
omy career. Various positions in central
South Dakota available. Email
Dan.haberling@chsinc. com or call Mid-
west Cooperatives 1(800)658-5535.
FOR SALE
TRACTOR GUARD: Prevent window
breakage on tractors, skid steers, and
construction equipment. 100% visibility.
Two minute installation. All makes and
models. 512-423-
8443,info@usfarminnovations, or
www.tractorguard.com.
NOTICES
ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS statewide
for only $150.00. Put the South Dakota
Statewide Classifieds Network to work
for you today! (25 words for $150. Each
additional word $5.) Call this newspaper
or 800-658-3697 for details.
OTR/DRIVERS
TOUGH ENOUGH TO WEAR WYLIE?
$1000 Flatbed Sign-On *Home Weekly
*Regional. Dedicated Routes *2500
Miles Weekly *$50 Tarp Pay (888) 691-
5705 www.drive4ewwylie.com.
DRIVERS WANTED: CDL, owner opera-
tors, freight from Midwest up to 48
states, home regularly, newer equip-
ment, Health, 401K, call Randy, A&A
Express, 800-658-3549.
Hope to see you during
Faith Stock Show
Hours: Monday–Friday
4:30 PM – Closing
Closed Sunday
Lonny’s Steak House LLC
Main St., Faith, SD
Farmers Union Oil Co.
Your locally owned cooperative
welcomes you to the Faith Stock Show
Open 7 AM
Faith
•24 hr. credit fueling •ATM machine •Video Lottery •Ice, Beer, Pop,
Coffee •Deli •Clean facilities •Big parking lot •next to the sale barn
We sell just about everything!
Dupree Downtown 605-365-5123 Toll Free 1-888-691-6700
Faith 605-697-2020 – Dupree C-Store 605-365-5370
Two C-Store locations on Hghway 212
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: 4 BF Goodrich tires
LT265/70R17–17 inch mud grips,
1/4 inch tread, 1 17 inch new
smooth tread. Call 739-3321.
F48-2tp
FOR SALE: Alfalfa seed, grass
seed and high test alfalfa hay.
Delivery available and volume
discount available. Call 798-5413.
F41-11tc
NOTICES
LOOKING FOR GREENS:
Fred and Clyde Green and their
sister Emoline Green Terry set-
tled in Perkins County in the
early 1900s. Their other sister
lived in the Huron area and is the
grandmother of Edmund Baye of
Faith, SD. We are trying to find
information on the Green Family
in this area. A descendant of Fred
Green will be visiting the home-
stead in early August and would
like to have as many relatives
get together as possible. If you
are a relative of the Green Family
or know any information about
them, please call Elsie Baye at
605-967-2707. F48-2tc
THE FAITH FITNESS CEN-
TER has a new piece of equip-
ment you need to come check out.
It is a Bow Flex Tread Climber!
Stop at the City Office to get your
membership!! F48-1tc
GIESLER RUMMAGE SALE
Friday, August 16, 4-7 PM at
Krause Storage Units. Dinging
set, couch and chair, bedroom set,
new coveralls, water skies, etc.
F48-2tc
APARTMENTS AVAILABLE:
Countryside Apartments in
Faith. 1 bedroom, carpeted
throughout. Laundry facilities
Welcome to the Faith Stock Show & Rodeo
Stock Show Hours:
WED.–SAT.: 8 AM–9 PM – SUNDAY: 9 AM–6 PM
RIB FEST
Rack of BBQ Pork Ribs
In our Deli
August 7th-10th
…The Better Choice
Prairie Oasis Mall
PH: 605-967-2622 – Faith, SD
$2.00 OFF Rack of Ribs and
Lynn’s Potato Salad
Bring this coupon in and receive a
FREE Our Family single Pop, or water
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available. Handicap accessible.
Rent based on income. For infor-
mation contact: MetroPlains
management, LLC 1-800-244-
2826 or 1-605-347-3077 Equal
Opportunity Housing F5-tfc
PASTURE WATER LINES
with trencher and backhoe, Live-
stock Water Systems. 10 1/2 miles
south of Maurine, 605-748-2473
Merle Vig. F2-tfc
CARD OF THANKS
Thank you to everyone who do-
nated to Derik’s fund at M&D,
Country Cut-N-Curl and Keffeler
Kreations. We appreciate all the
support.
God bless everyone
Gerald & Derik Trainor
We would like to thank every-
one who sent cards and called us
on our 50th anniversary. Wish
each of you could have attended
the party. Although we’ve been
gone from the Dakotas 33 years,
when we think of home Faith al-
ways seems to end up at the top
of the list. Good people and a
good community tend to stick in
your mind and your heart.
David & Sherryl Short
Winston, Oregon

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