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iii WOONSOCKET NEWS Woonsocket, S. D. --Page 8 ursday, January 4, 1962 i. CHRONOLOGY.. continued IIills mark 65th anniversary. Lar- ry Miller named new commis- sioner; Ed Midard appointed service officer of Sanborn County. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Trudeau ob- serve 50th anniversary. Looby. Lauer wedding. Gerry Moran in- jured when struck by car. Rice- Hall wedding. SEPTEMBER 14: Sanborn Co. 4-H exhibits win many high awards at State Fair. Rites for Mrs. Mary F. Quinn, 78. WHS Redmen win season opener. Vel- ma Vlume and Ronald Scott wed- ding. Theresa Berens dies at Seattle. Jensen - Glanzer wed- ding. SEPTEMBER 21: Boyd Hop- kins buys bank interest at Ar. tesian. Rites for Win. H. Kuhl. Light frost occurs. W. A. Songers note 65th anniversary. Funeral services at Lane for Mrs. B. Monasmith. Fourteen win bikes, five wrist watch prizes in sub- scription drive. Funeral services for Mrs. Beda Freed. 54-pound melon grown on Herb Tollefson farm. Gust Jerke dies after brief illness. Rites for Glenn Solberg. SEPTEMBER 28: Funeral services for Gus Holmer, 54. Mrs. Ross Zemina, 19, dies in car- truck collision. Rites for John E. Jones. Marvin Vearrier loses band in ensilage cutter accident. Mrs. Joe Hoffman, Sr. injured in accident. Heavy frost. OCTOBER 5: David Druse, Rosemary Tollefson royalty of W.H.S. Homecoming; a 28-26 vic- tory.for the Redmen. LeRoy Re- gynski injured in accident. Let- cher entries win top spots in Sanborn Land Judging contest. Tea for Mrs. Gubbrud well at- tended. Buchanan - Christopher wedding. Funeral services for George Hubbard, 84. Waters . Goudy wedding. Jacqueline Ty- dal and Jim Johnson royalty of A.H.S. Homecoming. OCTOBER 12: Sanborn area soaked by 3.20 inch rainfall. Rites for Marilee Siefken. Special services mark 75th year for Ar- tesian Methodist Church. Mrs. Geo. Trudeau dies in Michigan. Fire damages Hiway Cafe. Mc- Cord - Baysinger wedding. Ritch- hart named assistant dispatcher at Huron. Funeral services for Dr. G. H. West, Sr. OCTOBER 19: Clyde Ross, new postmaster at Artesian. Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah Berens. ttansowitz heads Kiwanis Club. Rites held for Hinker infant. Theisen - Fiala wedding. Funeral services for Robert J. Titus. Hur- on man buys Aleck's Recreation. Rites for Lillian McNaughton. 4- H club members, leaders receive awards. Rites for Louis Ingalls, 72. OCTOBER 26:+Sanborn farm- ers view sugar industry. Funeral services for Mrs. Roy Hefflefin- ger. Eddy - HamHck wedding. Non - resident hunters increase. Neighbors pick corn for Robert Johnson. 168 enroll in Sanborn County rural schools. NOVEMBER 2: Redmen down Mt. Vernon to share top spot in Pioneer Conference. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Healer honored on 50th wedding anniversary. Celebrities hunt and present enjoyable pro- gram. NOVEMBER 9: Fire damage estimated near $20,000 at Eas- land feed pelleting plant. Funer- al services for Mrs. Mary Jen- sen. Fire destroys Geo. Parker home. Hansen - Maurice wed- ding. Funeral services for Mrs. Eugene Veilleux. Season's first snowstorm strikes. Rites for Felix Clarambeau. Corn picking bee at Unterbrunner farm. Mrs. Anna Ludington dies in Iowa. Herb Sizer and Mrs. Russell Dean injured in a two-car col- lision. Mrs. H. Steichen appoint- ed register of deeds. NOVEMBER 16: Lyle Shawd loses hand in picker accident. Lillian Kingsbury dies in Rapid City. Rites for Peter Garness, 67. Dr. M. D. Smith speaks on youth at Kiwanis banquet. Mrs. O. W. Coursey dies suddenly. Funeral services for Anna Vin- cent, 72. Silver wedding marked by Roy Hinkers. NOVEMBER 23: Funeral serv- ices for Mrs. A. H. McDowall. 100 turkey prizes for pre-holiday promotion. Rites for Richard Ohlson. Funeral services at A1- pena for Mrs. M. Rodman. Hig- gins- Howard wedding. Rites for Margaret Bushey. Picking bee at Raymond Peer farm. Rites for Lloyd J. Canfield. NOVEMBER 30: Governor Gubbrud speaks at annual SCS meeting. B. G. Putnams observe 50th anniversary. Funeral serv- ices for Theodore Torgerson. D. A. Ranklns note 61st anniversary. James Houlihan, 64, dies sudden- ly. Two-county farm bureau or- ganized. Corn picking bee at Lyle Shawd farm. Bernard Gross's observe silver anniver- sary. Haugen - Menninger wed- ding. DECEMBER 7: Shawd - Lucid wedding. Small amount real estate taxes not paid; seven twps. have no delinquents. Twin sister not 84th birthday. McKee -Olson wedding. Ray Hamann, 57, dies of injuries from car ac- cident. Acquire land for armory location. DECEMBER 14: Funeral serv- ices for D. A. Rankin, 90. Kcl- sey - Kirsch wedding. Conserva- tionists honored at SCS awards program. Ashby Cantowinc wedding. Dave Reid dies in Washington. Winter sets in wit]] snow, cold, DECEMBER 21: Rites for Nel- lo Johnson, 54, Rapid City. Cubs and Scouts receive awards at Christmas party. Low tempera- tures. Santa visits in area; schools close for vacation. DECEMBER 28: Noell - Weld wedding. South Dakota leads na- tion in bluegrass crop. Organize James Valley sub-district infor- mation association. Funeral serv- ices for Gustan B. Hanson. P. E. Rubendall dies in California. Artesian... John Johnson entered the Meth- odist Hospital Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker of Fedora were Sunday supper guests at the J. M. Hilgenberg home. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Putnam, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vaughn and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ott were Tuesday evening guests in the Albert Peterson home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Maak, Sitka, Alaska, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Asper, Brookings, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Asper and Teresa, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Thread- gold, Fedora, Mrs. Hans Asper and Bethel Peterson were Fri- day evening dinner guests at the Albert Peterson home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Asper were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Maak spent Saturday there. New Year's dinner guests in the Alvin Hanson home were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hanson and family, Mrs. Gertrude Shoe- maker, Alan Hanson and Karen and Mr. arid Mrs. James Rich- ards and daughter of Minneapo- lis. Dennis, Darrell and Darcy Madsen returned home Saturday after spending a week here with relatives. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Madsen, also Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Jones of Rapid City spent Christmas here. tane... Betty L. Hein (Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Forst of Mankato, Minn and Will Forst of near Woonsocket were callers on Christmas forenoon at the J. C. Kutil home. Mrs. L. E. Kearney and faro. ily, Alice Frier and Jerry Kear- ney of Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Balzer Fuerst, Jr., and Bal- zer Fuerst, Sr. of Wessington Springs and John Koenigs of AI- pena were Christmas dinner guests aL the Herb Frier's. Donald Neelen, Roswell, New Mexico, Mrs. Eva Neelen; Mrs. Fanny Sotebier, Laura Loghry of Woonsocket and Bert Swenson were Christmas dinner guests at Ed Neelen's. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Erdmann, Mrs. Betty tlilton and Joannie MR. AND MRS. WAYNE WELD Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Weld, who were married at Artesian Decem- ber 23, are now at home at Law- ton, Okla. where Mr. Weld is stationed with the National Guard. Mrs. Weld is the former Nancy Noell of Artesian. Everingham of Plankinton were Christmas dinner guests at Leon- ard Phlaum's. Mr. and Mrs. Estel Harris and son, Dannie of Howard were callers at the J. C. Kutil home Christmas, also Albert Pearson of Wess. Springs was an after- noon caller. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kutil of lluron spent Christmas evening at the J. C. Kutfl. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kutil spent Christmas Eve at the Harry Forst home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Forst, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Forst of Man- kato, Minn., Win. Forst, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Harris and Don of Howard, Albert Pearson of Wes- sington Springs were Christmas Day callers at the Harry Form borne. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goergen and family of Rapid City, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wetzel and Butch, Mr. and Donnie Wetzel of Wess. Springs, Mrs. Anna Goergen of Woonsocket and Miss Rose Mary Hein of Sioux Falls were Christ- mas dinner guests at the Victor Hein home. St. Johns Lutheran Aid of Lane met December 13 in the church parlor of Zion'utheran Church in Wessington Springs with the aid members of Zion as guests at a noon day dinner. A gift ex- change was held and all joined in the program of Christmas songs. Mrs. Maurice Zink was re-elected pres., and the newly elected officers are: Mrs. Gust Stamerjohanns, Vice pres.,; Mrs. George Tapken,' :sec., and Mrs. l!arry Forst, ti-eas, Itol i d a y snacks were served later in the afternoon. The January 3 meet- ing will be a potluck hmeh at noon at the home of Mrs. Gust Stamerjohanns, with the voting members of the congregation as guests. Following persistent reports ot a down - trend in bald eagles, the National Audubon Society has initiated a five - year study aimed at determining the bird's status throughout North Amer. ica. -- Sports Afield. An estimated two million people now have or have had active TB. I The main tunnel of a ground hog's den may be anything from a few feet to 40 feet in length, and in the course of construction as much as 700 pounds of earth may be moved. Some dens are completed in a single day. Sports Afield. In 1960 there were over 10,000 deaths from TB in this country. An experimental program ol the Tennessee Game and Fish Commission will attempt to de- velop new strains of game birds. First order of business: a game bird that will be compatible with modern agricultural practices. Cports Afield. Arizona has the highest tuber- culosis death rate in the U.S. o The Double - Barred Cross, trademark of the National Tu- hercuiosis Association, is an adaptation of the Cross of Lor. rathe, carried in the Crusades. Many an old maid feels tha the world owes her a loving. The first religious service held in the Black Hills was at Custer on May 7, 1876, in a small log cabin. Rev. H. W. Smith, a Methodist, was ambushed and killed about three months later. SUB-DISTRICT continued the purposes and intents of this Act. 6: Equip, maintain and operate an office as the principal place of business for the Sub - District within such Sub - District and to establish other offices as re- quired. 7: Levy taxes, as authorized and limited by this Act, on each dollar of taxable property in the Sub - District, as provided here- in, for the payment of the ex- penses of the Sub - District in- cluding but not limited to per diem, mileage, and other ex- penses of directors, tecnnical, ad- ministrative, clerical, operating and other expenses; and for the accumulation of a continuing fund through such levy for the performance of obligations enter- ed into in connection with the investigation, planning, construc- tion, operation or maintenance of water resources projects. All moneys collected pursuant to such levy shall be deposited in the accounts of the State Treas- urer to the credit of the "(name) Sub-District Fund" and shall be disbursed only as herein provid- ed. 8: The Subdistrict Board shall not have authority to generate, transmit, distribute or sell elec- trical power. The above powers as listed would become effective with es- tablishment of a conservancy sub -district. Hospital Notes Admitted to St. John's Hospital were Mrs. Leland Kogel, surg., Mrs. Henry Holthus, surg., Mich- ael Howard, surg., Woonsocket; Donald Plunkett, surg., Huron; Mrs. Elmer Losing, med., Mrs. Howard Jones, reed., Ronald Jen- sen, med., Alpena; Mrs. Pearl Roberts, med., Artesian; Mrs. Arne Siedschlaw, reed., Madi- son; Mrs. Chas. Spelbring, reed., Forestburg . Dismissed: M r s. Sophia Garbe, Mrs. Vincent Dus- ek, Mrs. Pearl Roberts, Mrs. Howard Jones, Mrs. Donald Plun- kett, Mrs. Gerald Klaas. Admitted to Memorial Hospital were Mrs. Clarence Joerger, For- estburg; Marilyn Dankey, Nicho- las Hoffman, Mrs. Florence Long Mrs. Roger Alfson, Mrs. Anna Goergen, Woonsocket; S a n d r a Wells, Artesian; Dayce Hathaway Letcher: Theodore Feistner and Harry Forst, Lane. Dismissed: Mrs. Owen Carmine and James, Dayce Hathaway, Sandra Wells, Mrs. Henry Holthus, Nicholas Hoffman, John Murtha, Merilyn Dankey, Dunbar Oakley. IMPROVEMENTS... The Bert Van Dykes are hav- ing a double garage, storage and display building put up just south of their residence. New display will be new laminated beams and decking, and transistor control for garage doors which is new on the market. New siding, combination wi dows and doors have been i stalled at the Vreeland residence An enclosed porch and ne bedroom are being built on tl north of the Russell Cross resi dence. Card of Thanks SINCERE THANKS to everyon who has remembered me wit) cards, letters and gifts, and th "O.E.S., for Christmas and whil I was in the hospital. All ar deeply appreciated. -- Mrs. W A. Gregg. p OUR SINCERE THANKS to rela- tives and friends for visits, car& and gifts while in the hospital They were all greatly appreciat , ed. -- Mrs. Gerald Klaas and Timothy. o I WISH TO THANK everyone fol remembrances, cards, and gifts while in the hospital. -- Mrs. Matthew Moran and DawS Theresa. c Gr Th trou ins Bi th r $... Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jones d (?oH Alpena are parents of a daughter; t nine pounds, eight ounces, bor dica at 1:46 a.m. at the Huron hos- hop pital on December 28. of t Mr. and Mrs. Charley Spel- and bring of Forestburg are parents may of a son, six pounds, 15 ounces, 1962 born at 2:40 p.m. at the Huro cont hospital on December 30. Mas Sp. 4 and Mrs. Laverne Bay- singer, Ft. Riley, Kans., a daugh- ,Q ter, six pounds, 13 ounces, De- cember 28. Grandparents are Clyde Baysingers and Paul Batt- ers. She has been named Marli .T Ann. s ch Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence held Joerger, Forestburg, a daughter, uary Cecilia Ann, on December 31, rang weight six pounds, 10 ounces, M at Memorial Hospital. fiel offic M WM. W. SHELDON ant INCOME TAX law CONSULTANT lic Geyerman Bldg. Pre over Ruby Ann Bakery que Huron, S. Dak. and Phone EL 2-6077 EL 2-2823 -- -- A MI.I'IA.L, INC. i This quarterly dividend of i I per share is payable on Jan. 2, 1962 m share holders of retard as of Dcc. 29, 1961. i l. L Kenealy, Seelary i Box 133 = Mitchell,_ __S" Dak._ FOOD STORE ,Woonsocket, S. D. " %. We deliver both in a. m. & p. m. serve heifer Gedney Butter Kernel 0,,ss,,0 3g, q,. PEA$0rGREENBEAN$ Folger's COFFEE lb. 59 c W[EHERS Pheasant Brand 3 for 59 2 ,b. 29 89 Ocean Spray IO c can C00ANBERRY$AUfE _ Mo t+Pelt Whl006be:00'Yar jellied Lazy Daisy DRIED BEEF 2 pkgs. 69 + 2 lor 45c P E A C HE$ RED SPUDS 10 Ibs. 29 + OROUND BEEF 2 Ibs. 85 2cans39 c Golden Ripe Just likethe BANANAS 2nbs, 29 + HAM ' Ragged Ann peaches. Large Size + S00A00ZS +u+s tlOUIDcral SOAP 0 RANGES +oz. 39 c 29+,b. 32c+.+ +00000z.49, i , m