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t ,,, i,,,i, , WOONSOCKET NEWS Woonsocket, S. D. 5738G--PaL, e 8 Thursday, January 2, 1975 ml CIlRONOLOGY continued OCTOBER 17--Funeral services held for Mrs. James Stevens. Weather cool, windy and dry Final rites held for Mrs. Mabel Healer. Woonsocket firemen kept busy with grass fires. Stuart Tiede receives the F.F. Johnson Advocacy Award for law stu- dent. Herman Torgerson final rites held. Fire destroys about 27 stacks of hay owned by Bill Rubendall. Former Let- cher resident, F_,dwin Hueni dies in Colorado. Former area res- ident, Wylie Davis dies at Hu- ron. Lightning strikes barn near Artesian. Mr. and Mrs. Gayland Trudeau celebrate 2Sth wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Har- ten Digerness" honored on G0th wedding anniversary. Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Godber honored on S0th wedding anniversary. OCTOBER 24--Cattle mutila- tions in the area. Thomas Ow. well, former ~rtesian resident dies at Sioux City. Woonsocket girls win Invitational basketball tournament. Fire destroys farm buildings at Arnold Zimmerman farm. Keane Raether-Dianne Mit- chell wedd~g Oct. 5th. David IAnke-Patricia Kane' wedding. Oct, 12th. Mr. and Mrs. John Ehersdorfers honored on G0th weddi~ pvativ~'~ary. Scott SCh- mledt.Denise Christian wedding Oct, 19th. Carol Holland granted re.arch fellowship, OCTOBER 31--Sl~elly Schlicht and Jack Davis Woonsocket Carnival Rwalty. Wayne Moore, Paul Talley and Mary Estabrook to attend Economic Seminar. Former Leteher resident, Roy Snider dies i~ Iowa. Harry Briggs, former Forestburg re- sident dies in California. Karen Bruaslm seflected Woonsocket's lIAR Candidate. Area has .10 of an in~h~of rain. Mark Judy aM Bonnie Siedschlaw in police cadet program at Huron College. Rick Va~Overschelde, Tom Ver- nte~den and Key Ki~gsbury nam- ed~ to M AII-Conference Foot- ?t~eam. Patrick Mentele. Baystnger wedding Oct. :*~v~MBER 7--Bob Goudy ~t4m~ed Sanborn County Commis- Stoaer, Mrs. Goem~n and Mrs. Headrtx re-elected to county of. flees. Final rite# held for Mrs. Ed Johnson. Cool temperatures and 5" below normal precipa- tion. Funeral services held~ for ~drlan.Asbense~, who was killed in.ear aecidez~t. Final ~.~s held fo~, Michael Goergen. Curtis Parce and Debbie Nor~rup are carnival royality, Kelly Cross and Dawn Northrup are Letoher grade scho] royaRy. Victor E. Bricker final rites held. ~oemer Leteher resident, Wal~r Hassel dies ~l Minnesota. Tim Steichen named to All-Confer- ence Football Team. Bruce Esta. brook and Jeff VanLeur receive honorable :mention. Terry Ball and JosUne Ferguson chosen to attend Bank Seminar. Aim Parce "~ PAB ~ndi~at~ ~t Let. e~r: Brad Riggs-YoAnne I~een wedd~g Oct. 19th. WaRer Jo- hansen-Veletta Johansen wedding Nov. ~2nd. Jon Scott.Julie Hot- land wedding Oct. 12th. NOVEM~BER 14--First Luther- an Church at Artesian celebrates 90th anniversary. Micheal Mc- Graw selected as Outstanding Yo- tag Farmer. Cool weather with some rain and snow. Kevin Tiede becomes a partner in I~cal Elev- ator CO. Final rites he~d for Fred E. Meyers. Funeral ser- ~lees ~held "fo~' WaR Schoeder. Dz~. Ror#ald Lynch dies. Larry Madse~Dawn Scott wedding Sept. 28th. Jerome Kutil.Gayle Salmon wedding Sept. ~th. NOVEMBER 21--Balmy tern. iperatures enjoyed. Mrs. Dick Relder~. elected district repre- ~sen~t~ve to Sta~ 4-H Leaders Executive Board. Mrs. Walt BrosnaR ~ in one car ac- eidenL Final rite held 'for Robert Ashby. Hunger~ Walk raises over ~00. Rick VanOverschelde nam- ed to All-State nine man foot- ball team. Audrea ~mick is Miss Holiday eesstestan~ for Letcher. LeProsy L~rson~Marlys Jobannsen weald!rig Nov, 9th. Gary Jensen- iL~nm~Pa~ker wedding Nov. 9th. Mr. an6 Mrs. Anton Goergen honored oxt 40th wedding anniver- sary. 'I~OVEMBER 28.-Funeral ser- vices held for Edward Isehen. Record high 69 degrees set Nov. 22rid. Final rites held for Wilson Dent. Stuart Tiede on U of S.D. team placed first in Regional Moot Court Competition. Con- ~tructlon beginning on new ~our- plex at W~onsocket. Russel Hop- kins, former Letcher resident dies in California. Ann Parce, Let- chef is Plankinton Miss Holiday contestant. Former Lane resi- dent, Elmer Swenson dies at Mad- faun. Richard Rieck-Katherine Wendell wedding Oct, 26th. Clar- ence Sehley, former Foresthur~ resident dies in Mimmsota. Van- dals break windows in several busines~ places. I)ECEMBER 5--Mrs. Leo~ard Dankey selected as Sanborn Co- unty's Mother of the Year. Final rites held for Mrs. Ray Eleaz. Former Woonsocket resident, Norman Zimmer dies at Sioux Falls. Francis Effling heads Art- esian Alumni. Final rites held for Mrs. Ada Cassens. Firemen battle prairie fire south east of town. Funeral services held, for Mrs. Albert AR. More vandalism in Woonsocket. Reuben Rasmus- sen, former Letcher and Woon- socket resident dies at Quinn. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Berg b~n- ored on 25th wedding anniver- sary. Wes Wade-Vir~,aia Meester wedding Nov. 29th. One-hat{ inch light snow fall and colder temp- eratures. DECEMBER 12~-Funeral ser- vices held for Mrs. Roelf Sch. lomer. Joan Burrtll is Miss So- uth Dakota Teen Age contestant from Forestburg. Nancy Alt to represent Forestburg in Miss Holiday contest. Garbiel Arguello from Niem'agua is an exchange student at Forest~urg. Gordon Kogel awarded memebership to President's Club of Farmers Mu- tual Insurance Assn~. Terri Ball to represent W/~ i~ Miss Holi@ay contest. Josline Fergusm~ is For- estburg's D~R candidate. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Senska observe 30th wedding amaiversary. Lewis Larson, former Woonseeket re- sident dies at Aberdeen. DECEMBER 19--Shelly Put- naTn, Judy Houwman, JoAnn Frye, Mary Hinker an@ Debra Fouberg competing for "Hone. rary Captain" title at Military Ball. LaMoine Torgerson installed as president of Indiana Parks ~nd. ~rcat|on Assoc. Funeral services held for Mrs, Johu Swanson. ,Fizml ~ri~es hem ~or Miss Edna Shafranek. Light snow falls, temperatures cold. Irma Pope, former Woonsocket resident dies in Huron accident. Richard Weber-Sally Bezpaletz wedding Dec. W.Is. Mrs. Alma Schdsky honored on 89th birth- day. Former area resident, Mrs. John Piper dies in ~owa. Former Letcher resident, Mrs. Hugh Morgan @ies at MRcbell. I~ECEMBER 26-.Santa visits Woonsocket. Jacki Johnston ~AR candidate at Artesian. Dorothy Weinberger receives certificate for 15 years of service with ASCS. Funeral services held for Orlo Clark. Capt. James Berg gets Air Force honor. Randy Hail- Mona Jean Un~erbrunner weddin~ Dec. 7th. David Grace-Debhie Jezmen wedding .Dee. 15th. t Silver Creek... Mrs. R~f~ Christmas dlnnet guests of the Gene Schmiedts were Mrs. Hilda Schmiedt of Huron, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin SohTniedt and family of Doland, Mr. and Mrs. Lydell Krog and Nieoie of Gann Valley, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Weber and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sch- miedt, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Weber and Kristi Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Schmiedt, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Schmiedt s Cl~rkHelen of Mitchell Mrs. and were Christina Eve guests in the Gone Schmiedt home. Mr, and Mrs, Gone Schmiedt helped Mrs. ,Helen Chrk cele- brate her birthday in MRcheli cn Saturday, Dec. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Twogood called on Florence Mildenberger at the St. Joseph Hospital o n Christmas Eve. l~rr~. Mildenber~- er shattered her knee cap and had surgery on it. She returned home on Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Twogood were Christmas Eve guests in the Rodney Tw~good home in Mitchell Christmas Eve supper guests in the Tony Luthi home were Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Ranldn and Mike, Mr. and *Mrs. Pete Rankin, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hinker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Larson and girls, Mrs. Ma- ry Hinker and Victor and Mrs. Laurence Cross and Bobby. Mr. an@ Mrs. Roger Larson and girls, 'Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Rankin and *Mike and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rankin were Christ- mas Day dinner guests in the Robert Hinker home. Merlin Twogeed was a suffer guest Sunday in the Roger Lar- son home. Mr. aud Mrs. Mel- c~Im Larson and Randy were evening visitors, Cheryl Larson's sixth birtl~ay was honored. Sybfl and Sevevt Strand were Christmas Eve supper guests in the Wally Burrlll home. Sunday afternoon visitors in the Severt Strand ~home were Anne Burrill and Elaine Krueger of Huron and Donna Carpenter of Wader- town. Christmas Eve supper guests of the Keith Moes were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eden and Stacy, Lets Eden, Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Hampton, Mr. and ,Mrs. Arden Lien and GeR Kretchmer all of Huron and Mr. and Mrs. W~lly Moo and family. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Moe and family were among the Christ. mas dinner guests in the WaUy Moe home. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Moo and family were Sunday dinner guests of the Jack Tounsleys in Huron. Ia~oliday visitors in the Lewis I~trson home were Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson of Minneapolis and Jane Larson o f Brookings. Christmas dtmmr L~msts ,of the Walter Crensichens were Mrs. and Mrs. Lewis Larson and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. J@hn Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Callan, Mrs. Georgia Caftan of Huron and Ronnie Shawd of Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Framness of Wentworth, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Zell of Huron and Mr. and Mxs. Dick Zeil were Christmas Eve supper guests in the William Zell home. Mr. and Mrs. W~dliam Zell, Bill Jr. and Brad, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Zeil were Christmas din- nor and supper guests of the Herb Sohmiedts in Huron. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Zeli of Hu- ron and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Zeli were Sunday dinner guests of the William Zells. Christmas dinner guests in the Clarence Baysinger home were Mrs. ,Mary Hinker and Victor, Mr. and Mrs. Verald Baysinger and boys, Paul Baysinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Baysin.ger and family, Mr. and ,Mrs. David Baysinger of Huron, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Peterson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rich- are Wood and son and Mr. and Mrs. LuVern Weber and family of Dimock. Mr. and Mrs. l~nil Kobriger and Mrs. Reider all of Huron called at the 'Mary Hinker home on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Baysinger were Friday ev- ening visitors. The Hinkers call- ed at the Pete 'Rankin home on Sunday evening. NP.4~ED TO HONOR ROIA, AT MITCIIELL VO.TECH The following students from the Sanborn County area have beer placed on the Mitchell Area Vo- cational Technical School honor roll for the 1974 fall quarter. Ray Mathis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elden Mathis, is on the su- perior honor roll in the Account- ing II program. Robert Wingert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin WingeR, is on the excellent honor roll in the Auto- motive Diesel Mechanics pro- gr~m. Bradley Bilka, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bilka, is on the superior honor roll in the 'Plumb- ing program. Comtie Eintng, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Eining, is on the st~aerior honor roll in the Secretarial program. Rodney Weis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Weis, is on the su- Aliens Must Report In January Mr. John W. B~vser, District Director of the ]Immigration and NaturaLization Service, S. Paul, stated that the law requires all aliens in the United States, with few exceptions, to report their addresses during the month of January. Diplomats and th~se persons accredited to certain in- ternational organizations are not required to make this report. Forms 1-53, the card with which to report, may be obtained from any Post Office or any office of the Immigration and Naturaliza- tion Service. After filling it out, place a postage stamp on the re- verse of this card and droop the card in any mail box. Parents or guardians of alien children under the age of fourteen, are required to submit address re* ports for such children. Social security number s.hould be "shown on the Registration Card. Aliens and employers are advised that the possession of a social security card does not en- title aliens to work in the Unit- ed States. Only aliens admitted for permanent residence or cer- tain classes of nonresldem aliens authorized to do so by the Im- migration and Naturalizatim~ Service may take employment. Violators of this restriction are subject to certain penalties. Mr. Bowser urges all aliens to comply with the reporting re- quirements as willful failure to do so may lead to serious con- sequences. MVSI Fees To Change After January I, 1975, the fees for Motor Vehicle Saftey ~nepect- ion (MVSI) may ~ some- what. The highest allowable fee that an inspection station may charge will increase from $3.00 to $4.00 for automobiles and trucks, from $5.00 to $6.00 for truck-tractors, form $2.50 to $3.00 for trailers, and L~m $2.00 to $2.50 for mo- torcycles. This is the first time fees have increased since the MVSI pro- gram began in 1967. The in- crease was among changes in MVSI r~a~ions approved by the ~974 Legislature, Mrs. Stella Davis~'~d Jobn were Christmas Day guests~ Mr. and Mrs. Chester ~randall visited Bessie Bateman at Wes- kota Manor Sunday, Dec. 22. ' Word was received here last week by friends el the death of Lizzie Laude Whithman Dec. 20 in a nursing home at Sheridan, Wyo. She had lived in this town- ship many years with her bro- ther, Harvey Laude, and later moved to .Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Duck of Canova were guests at the A. A. Drake home Saturday. A small group of old friends gathered at the Mr. and Mrs." Warren G. Thomas home Friday evening for a house warming m their new home. The guests brottght a carry-in lunch. Their Memorial Hospital. Admitted: Owen Kl,uksdahl, Ernest Reim- or, Mrs. Edmund Selland, Lo- well Funk, Woonsocket. Mrs. W,il~s King, George Willis King, AIpena. Dismissed: RusseTt Mey- er, Owen Kluksdahl. St. John Region, al Medical Cen- ter. Admitted: Mrs. Glen Hohn, Alpena. Henry Fees, Mrs. Lindy L. Peterson, Mrs. Lucille McCoy, Linda Burnisou, Mrs. Fred Hag- man, Woonsocket. Dismissed: Mrs. Glen Hohn, Mrs. Jesse Nickelson, Mrs. Lindy Peterson. Card of Thanks WE WISH TO express our sin- son Kevin was visiting at home core thanks to Dr. Nelson and for his vacation from Battles- Dr. Tschetter, also to Father ville College at Bartiesville, Okla. Melmer and all the staff at Me A remembrance gift was given the Thomases'. Anetba Newman joined a group from various parts of the state at Huron 'Friday morni~ to at- tend the International Youth of the Wesleyan Church at St. Lou- is, Me. over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Wesly Newman and son of Oskaloosa, Is. were Friday dinner guests of their cousins Mr, and Mrs. Lyle New- man. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Rhoads leR Saturday mormng to attend the wedding of their granddau. ghter, Alice Jeanne Rhoacls, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mm. Ralph A. Rheads..Mrs. Vincent Rhoads and Verletta and Mrs. August Dubro of Huron accompanied them. Mrs. Duhro will visit a sister in Kan- sas. The others will attend the Rhoads wedding at McPherson, Kan. Dec. 31. Also members of the Vernon and Francis Rhoads families went the first of the week to attend the wedding. Miss Joan Grassel was a guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Grassel, at Woonsocket Friday afternoon. Mrs. Anna Pearson and friend of Huron were guests of Mrs. Ella Pearson Saturday for sUp- per. Mrs. Vera Effling spent most of last week in the St. Joseph Hospital at Mitchell. Kennan Hospital for the wonder ful care given our loved one, Mrs. John (Regina) Goergen. Also the relatives and friends for sympa~y cards and food. We wish to express a special thank you to St. Rose Circle for serving the noon lune~heon, and also the pallbearers. This kind- ness will never be forgotten.-- Mr. John L. Goergen, Lois Weber and Patty. p TO DR. DEAN and his staff of wonderful nurses at Wessing. ton Springs hospital a very heart- felt Thank You for your loving Care and kindness shown in our hour of sorrow.--Mrs. Orle Clark and family, b MY THANKS GO out for all those who remembered me with cards, flowers, prayers and vi- sits, also to Rev. Meyers for his visits and prayers when I was in the hospital .in Huron. Every- thing was greatly appreciated. May God who loves us all Bless you. Sincerely.--OU~ Brueske. p P I WISH TO thank my friends and relatives for the cards and visits and other kindnesses whih I was in the hospital. Everything was greatly appreciated.~Ing- vald Olson. p Hospital Notes ... Methodist Hos~tal. Admitted: Tracy Kaus, Joseph Horthruff, WE WISH TO extend o~ heart- for thank you to Father Thury, our relatives and friends for. their kind expressions of sympathy, WE WANT T0 THANK every-lobil~ one who has helped make a Merry Christmas for us at the Storla Sunset Home: Church cir-lust cles, extension clubs, 4-H Clubs and youth organizations who sang carols, brought poinsettias, gifts for our residents, candy, fruit and ~[obile he flowers. We also want to thank ~moblle t~ our friends who have brought ~e campe church services, programs, gar- ~ _assessn den products and various other teding to gifts. Also a thank you to Dr. Rmty dir~ Dean for his loyal service to us. ~e applJ Our residents feel that they are ~r oath t~ remembered and they appreciate ~e, man all thoughtfulness shown them.-- ~u~e of t The Staff of Storla Sunset Home. tabor, wi b~ iand sh Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kunkel of Letcher are the parents of a daughter horn Dec. 29 at the Methodist Hospital in Mitche~ She weighed 9 pounds 3 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Petersen of Woonsocket are the parents of a son born Dec. 26 at St. John Regional Medical Center in Hu- ron. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hohn of Alpena are the parents of a son born Dec. 23 at St. John Re- gional Medical Center in Huron. An 8 pound 6 ounce daughter, Karl Ann, was born 'Dec. 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Steven Pink (nee Kathleen Peterson) o Forest- burg. Grandparents are Mr. ann Mrs. Albert Pink of Wess. Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Peter- son of Foresburg. Mr. and ,Mrs. Dan Newell of Seguin, Texas are the parents of a daughter born Dec. 24. She weighed 7 pounds and was named Brittany Nicole. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Par- sons of Pierre. Great grandpar- ents are Mrs. Edith Ammono Woonsocket, and Mr. and Mrs. Vince Jones of Huron. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagman are the parents of a daughter bern Dec. 29 at St. John Regional Medica3 Center. Huron. She has been named Kristin Marie. She weighed 6 pounds 1 ounce. Grand- parents are Mr. and *Mrs. Earl Hagman of Woonsecket and Mr. and Mrs. Al Huls of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gersmecher of Mitchell are the parents of an adopted son Michael ,Rich, ~.me and ~ct, or pu~ym w parked lme | overe blic ' v~e as n~of u~ our o~ Next hat worri est. W'rtt maetl on remnent aeed a ~ ~ criminal ty. mth Dak~ etwerk. T~ ztrst entitled ' ~e System ~ce, Um The seeo i~ entiU ~reventien, les' attitt nd law ec The thir, is enti~ riminal ~hy ther, ~anoe fika four ,N e~Ut/ ~bed ~ ~e proble~ ~ee, he fouz porter honor roll in the Electri. Mrs. C-~tda Johnson, Mrs. Mable flowers, spiritual bouquets, me- rmmt.h~ old. rams cal Construction and Maintenance Edwards, Mrs. Larry Kunkel, mortals, ~ood, and all the other Mr. and Mrs. Gary Goudy e~ &rid dFm~l Floyd Letoher. Mrs. Steven )L~nk, For- beautiful acts of k>vmg concern Salem are the parents of a so,. ~eed feat' mUon and program. ~ estburg. ,Dismissed: Dewayne for us. Also for the two tmsign- born Saturday, Dec. 28 at the hnon an~ Union * " | * Northrup, Tracy Kau#. ed memorials we received.--Mrs. St. Joseph Hospeital. Mt~. A. & Dralm Orlo Clark, Mr. and Mrs. George l|port of a SL Joseph Hospital. Admitted. Doeleyand family, Mr. and Mrs, Too Late to Classify:" Mrs. Lyle Slutwd Mr. and Mrs. Gone Gilbert Jo~ph Regynski, Woonsoeket. Larry Clark and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Beadle, Mrs. Mar- tha Keen, and Robert and Mrs. Mabel Smith were dinner guests Christmas at the Dean Beadle home i~ MRCIm]I. Christmas Eve guests at the Jeff Shawd home were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lenning, Betty and Debby, and Mr. and ,Mrs, Russ Lenning, Christmas Eve guests , a,t the Rodney Shawd home.were Mr. and Mrs. Emery Jenks and Don, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Jenks and Mr. and Mrs. John Patton and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Shawd, Tom and Tami, Mrs. Florence Hanson, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyie Shaw~I. were at the ,Dick Hanson home Christmas Eve. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zoss and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lee and fam- ily were at the Nell Volzke home Christmas Eve. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lucid and family were at the Glenn Lucid home Christmas Eve. Mrs.' Harvey Jochims and Mrs. Bill'Ernst, Mathew and Miche]e were Friday afternoon visitors at the Dennis Lucid home. Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jochims, Mr. and ~rs. Bill Ernst andehildren and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kearnes were dinner guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. Al Ricked in Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zoss and Nell Volzke were dinner guerts of the Phil Lees. Guests Christmas ,Day at the LFie Shawd home were the fam- ilies of Rodney Shswd, Dennis LUcid, Jeff Shawd and Dick Han- ~-Mr. and Mrs. Joe FoX were Saturday aRern