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--4 onvlD natJ tactid mch J ,hen U not t ulla all.) uch tier lrs faiin statis; and ts wo LLIOI ters q out licati attac [se WI ;re h s tI FCC AME by  and get ( ;top t ,e a .rsion u If over See sd .r B Woe to thee, 0 land, whtn thy king is a child, princes eat in the morning/Ecclesiastes 10:16 .nd thy This famous quotation from the Bible tells a story by itself: there is no peace in politics because of treachery. There are other famous quota- tions concerning politics: "People always have been and they always will be stupid victims of deceit and self-deception in politics, until they learn behind every kind of moral, religious, political, social phase, declaration and promise to seek out the interests of this or that class or classes." This was written by a corn- munist: Nikolai Lenin. / t And there is a line from a poem [ that reads: "And politics the r 51 damnedest; In Kentucky."  Here we have three opinions: the "J Bible, a communist, and a poet. They [ / all agree that politics without prin. l ciple is one of the major sins. It : / l makes no difference on what level, // whether precinct, city, county, state /// ] o00o.,oo., //zq ///ij 7//= / Assembly of God Church, Rev. D iD. E. Hostetter, pastor: The with a warm welcome. -- ay school at 10, morning !Worship at 11. Sunday evening iservice at 8. Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. . Wilfrid's Catholic Church, L. j. Janus. pastor: Maqses Sun- ,day at 8:30 and 10:30. Daily Mass at 7:15. Confessions 4 to 5 and 8 to 9 Saturdays. Baptisms 1,O(Qn Sundays after first Mass. l ftft Igot, eMbm'g Presbyterian "vC;mrch, Edward Meyer, minister: f$mlday School at 10:00, Morning q.oWotMp at 11:00. 6.0(hlbe La Parish, Stanley Peter. son, pastor. Please Note the S--i Change of time. 8nlberg Lutheran Church, rut'. al. Worship 9:30. Zlon Emmanuel Lutheran, Lane Unday School I0:00; worship II: Atelan Wesleyan Methodist Church. Rev. and Mrs. H. Vreug. denhfl, pastors. Sunday School ,k. 10:00. - Church service 11:00. Youth services the second and last Sunday of each month ai 7:30. Services each Sunday eve. ning at 7:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30. Storla Lutheran Church. Har. ld E. Peterson, pastor. Divine worship 9:30. Men's chorus Fri- day 8:00 at the LeRoy Olsen home. ALCW Wednesday, Jan- uary 10, at 2:00. Junior Mission Scoiety Wednesday, January 10, 7:30. Trinity: Divine worship 11:00. Parish: Confirmation classes Saturday at Storla at the usual time. Young married couples meet Sunday afternoon 1:30 at the Storla church. A toboggan party is planned. Pearl Wesleyan Methodist Church. 4 miles north of Har- mony Hall. J. Hurman, Minister. Church services at 9:30. Sunday school at 10:15. Tuesday, prayer services 7:4S p.m. Leteher Congregaetanal Church. George M. Chasney, minister. Worship service at 10:00. Sunday School at II:00. Farwell Methodist, R v. Brown, pastor. Worship service 9:30. Sunday School 10:45. Artesian Methodist, R e v. Brown, pastor. Worship at 11:00. Stwday School at 9:55. Bethany Lutheran Church. Dwane H. Shay, pastor. Morning worship at 11:00. Sunday School at 9:45. Choir rehearsals Thurs- day: juniors at 7, seniors at 8:00. Confirmation class Saturday at 10:00. Christian Education Circle on January 8th at the home of Mrs. Lytle Gilbertson at 8:00. Conjregatinnal annual business meeting on January llth at 8:00 p.m. Forestburg Lutheran. Morning worship at 9:45. Sunday School at 10:45. No confirmation class Jan- uary 4th. Congregational annual business meeting on January I0 at 8:00 p.m. Mt. OHve Lutlmran, Rev. C. H. Friedrich, vacancy pastor. Sun- day worship at 8 a.m. Sunday School at 9:00. Annual voters' meeting Friday evening at 8. -!00elcher Locals Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Pence and family bad Christmas with his a m folks, the Herman Pences, and -- during the afternoon visited with _ r. and Mrs. Karl Waiters and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Dyer Mrs. Pence's mother, Mrs. John- v- t, ![amily, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dyer we e C ri tmas dinner guests of son at Mt. Vernon. of. Letcher, Clara Jones and Ber- Grandmother Richardson at Bry- Valerie and George Street of imeee Hetland of Mitchell were ant. Wisconsin Dells, Wis. were Men- Christmas dinner uesLs of Mr. Mrs. Harlan Sonne entertained day overnight guests of the Earl tzl Mrs. Lionel Jones. Christmas the pinochle club at her home Marler family. They and their dlnner was also sent out to Edna I etland who is at St. Joseph s  rmpital. Mr. and Mrs. Norval Heljeson i..tertained Christmas Day for ..r, Mr. and M,'s. C-']arence :Johnson, Wilbur Johnson, Mr. Mrs. Harlan Sonne and boys ; iald Hazel Whitney. I[i Mr. and Mrs. Anton Latza en- Jci_tertained Mr. and Mrs. Donald Vf'ent and family of Huron, !al Mrs. Corn Tobin of Mitchell !at Christmas dinner at their le. In the evenine Alex Kro- mer was also a guest. tP! Mr. and Mrs. fair Har- rillkon, Mary and Jane and Mrs. .ildr Koenen, all of Milwaukee t .y.e been visitin Mrs. Ray Ben- |mt. They were all guests of ukme,ue Schefsky. fami, in Forest-  g Christmas Day. i Last Saturday night supper of Harlan Sennes were and Mrs. Clarence Johnson, and Mrs. Norval Heljeson, Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Mateer of Pierre and Hazel night after Trinity program visitors at Clar- Johnson's were Mr. and Harian Sonne. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Nor- Heljeon, Mr. a-d Mrs. Kurt of Pierre, Wilbur Johnson Hazel Whitney. before New Year's Mr. Mrs. Loan Beiwaner en- the followin at dinner: and Mrs. Lo-i Hohn and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence and Larrv. Otto all of Ravid City, Mr. Mrs. Bud Sehrank and ram- of Corsica, Mr. and Mrs. Shrank of Mt Vernon, and Mrs. Henry Hohn, and and Mrs. Jack Beiswanger family of Aberdeen. and Mrs. Lawrence Ed- attended a potluck dinner card party of the Just Us on New Year's Eve at the at Forestburg for members and their families. Wednesday evening with three uests present, Mrs. Retha Leamy. Mrs. Steve Stach and Mrs. Bill Irving. Prizes were won by Mrs. Dale Anderson and Mrs. Lawrence Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence John- son and family of Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Erlin Malde were Stmday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rearick. Friday night Wilbur Johnsou ad Hazel Whitney entertained Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sonne and boys. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Todd and blary Avis Todd spent Christmas with P'e Maurice Harlowes at Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Marler and sons. Bnbert and Rodney of the U. S. Navy svent Christmas at the Norman Dyer home in Huron. Mrs. Harry Samis, Shirley and Laura enjoved Christmas at the Mrs. Jack Dailey borne in Hur- on, Miss Mar,aret Gallaher of Ravid City was also there. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rearick and family of Huron were Sun- day afternoon visitors at the W. A. Rearick home. Avis Todd of California arrived last Tursday to spend the holi- days with her parents, the R. H. Todds. Mr. and Mrs. Irl Rearick spent their Christmas vacation with their dauehter, Mrs. Maxine Tot- bert and boys of Sherdon. Wyo., and the Raymond Rearicks in Hills. The annual grade school op- eretta December 21 was attended by a large crowd, and was term- ed a success by the teachers. School Christmas vacation started December 22, and recon- vened the 2rid of January. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Anderson and Judy spent Sunday in Huron visiting the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Swanson, and Mrs. Mary Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Mettler and Clarence spent Christmas with teir .,. Roy and family of Sioux Falls. mother. Mrs. Joyce Hagendorn and Billie are visiting their grandparents in Huron. Raymond Ford of Rapid City spent last Saturday to Monday with his motber and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Reartck were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Edwards and Geraldine. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Reartck and family, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Johnson and family, all of Huron, Mr. and M,'s. Dale Rearick and family of Mitchell, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rearick were Christ- mas dinner dets Of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson of Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Anna Tl-tos and Ed and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tlustos were C-ristmas f-ests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Edwards. Tues- day dinner mests were Mr. and Mrs. air Harrington of Milwau- kee. Wis. Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Edwards visited at the Woward Edwards in Wes- sinon Sprins and in the eve- nine. at te Bernard Uhre home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Edwards and family were supver guess of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ed. wards on Cheistmas evening. Christmas dinner uests of Mr. and Mra. oward Edwards and Erma of We*sin .ton S p r i n g s were Mrs. Mable dwards and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Claude H,,#e n Mitchell. and Mr. and -- ichard Edwards and Chuck. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Benson were Christmas dinner guests of the Tony Metzs at Alexandria and evenine ests of Mr. and Mrs. Jo-n Bricker of Mitchell. Ofl'er euests at the Bricker's were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Bittman of Rapid City, Mr and Mrs. A1. bert Richards and Mr. and Mrs. Mac Ricards, all of Spencer. Mrs. Mable Edwards and Lar- ry were mvper guests on Christ. runs evenin at the Virgil Vlnce home at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kruger and family were Sunday #voning call- ers on Mrs. Mable Edwards and Larry and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Ben. son. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Stach entertained at Christmas dinner, Mrs. Kenneth De Lapp of Sioux Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stach and Leo, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Stach and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lonie Stach and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ford and Scott of Plankinton were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Catherine Ford and Ellen. Other  guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rudd ber and Verlyn and Mr. and Mrs. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Dyer and Tracy Anne came from Minne- apolis Friday night and spent un- til Tuesday with relatives here. Guests who called at the Earl Dyer home to visit and get acquainted with Tracy Anne were Avis Todd of New York, Mrs. Frank Frink of Mitchell, Mrs. Ed Schneider, Mrs. Retha Leamy and Miss Clare Leamy, Mrs. Lyle Edwards, Patty Debby and Dawn, Mrs. Karl Waiters and daughters, and Arland Selland. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence God- Harry Koepke were Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Latza. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Dyer and Tracy Anne, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Waiters and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dyer, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Jones and boys were Christmas Eve guests of Mrs. Clara Jones at Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Jarabek and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patzer and girls visited the ladies' brother and sister and their families in Minneapolis over the Christmas holiday. WOONSOCKET NEW8 Woonsocket, S. D. -- Page 8 Thursday, January 4, 1962 Mirages, which traditionally have tantalized thirsty travelers, also fool wildlife. Ducks swoop down for a swim and coyotea come running for a drink, only to find a "lake" of sand or as- phalt. But cattle are never hood- winked  they locate water by smell. Some cam have newnames...this name has a new car! Just right for just about everybody... right sue.., right price.,, right between Galaxie and Falcon WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT OUR Shop Foreman, "Bud" Reoynski is now back on the job[ As you no doubt heard, "Bud" had a serious accident about three months ago. Now his doctor states that he is able to go back to work. During his absence all of us have missed him very much, as "Bud" is a fine fellow to work with. His return to the job will go a long way in starting the New Year right! Shop Serv oe If you need anything in the shop work line, come in and he will be able to handle the estimate and light testing work.., or come in and pay him a visit anyway. Super Service Garage FORD -- FALCON -- MERCURY -- COMET VOLNEY WARNER, owner LeRoy Regynski, shop foreman Lowell Funk, mechanic RALPH ROGERS, manager Otto Kopplin, parts mgr. ........ :^ffman, mechanic