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Former Woonsocket Resident Dies Mrs. Maynard Bill, a former Woonsocket resident died at her home at Anaheim, Calif., Feb. 14 following a lingering illness. Funeral services were held Feb. 19 in the Chapel at Cyprus Gar- dens with interment in Cyprus Gardens Cemetery Doris Butler was born Oct. 1, 1925 at Wessington Springs to Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Butler. She moved to Woonsocket with her parents as a young child. She graduated from Woonsocket High School in 1943 and from the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing at Mitchell in 1946. She was united in marriage to May- nard Bill in 1947 and several years later they moved to Ana- heim, Calif. where they have resided ever since She is survived by her hus- band; three daughters, Mrs. Judy Slack and Debbie and Bon- nie Bill, all of Anaheim; her father, C.M. Butler Long Beach, Calif.; one brother Robert But- ler, Boise, Ida.,; also an aunt, Sharron Hanson, we had a lot of fun and raised $90 not too bad. There were so many people that helped that I will not try and list them in case I would leave one out. Do want to thank Mayor Gene Kroell for taking time out of his busy day to take part in our wheel chair races. Residents enjoyed table decor- ations made by the Woonsocket Rideretts 4-H Club and the high school home ec class. Boots Lin- ke and Ruth Dankey made the door and table decorations for February. Ann. Hall is a patient in the Methodist Hospital at Mitchell. Jo Daharsh and Otto Schmiedt are patients at Webs. Springs. The Legion Auxiliary was in Monday and the residents had a good time playing table games and a good lunch was served by the women Mary Zirpel, student from Lake Area Vocational Technical Institute, Watertown, will be spending a few days here at the Center helping in the activities department. Have a nice day. Methodist Hospital. Admitted: Mrs. Rosalie Dewey, Adolph Zoss Jr., Letcher. Mrs Anna D. Hall, Woonsocket. LaVerne Wal- ter Mrs. Jan Scott, Mrs. Donald Bowman, Fedora. Mrs Robert Hertdrix, Artesian. Dismissed: Mrs. Roger Davis and son, Thomas Hosmer, Mac Ohison, Mrs. Jan Scott, Adolph Zoss Jr. Harmony Extension The February meeting of :he Harmony Extension Club was held at the home of Thela Hart- sen. President Marco Edwards brought the meeting to order with seven members present and one visitor. Roll call was a Val- entine exchange. Next month's roll call will be an Easter recline, idea or decoration. The reports were filled out so they could be sent in. It was noted that Homemakers Day at Brookings is to be held Mar. 22. The meeting was adjourned and lunch was served by Thela Hansen. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mar- go Edwards. FORESTBURG SCHOOL NEWS No School March 6 and 7 Forestburg Public School will be holding spring vacation dur- ing the State "B" basketball Tourney at Sioux Falls on Thurs- day and Friday, March 6 and 7. No classes will be held on these two days. PrO To Meet The Forestburg PTO organiz- ation will meet at the school lunchroom on Monday, March 3 at 3:15 P.M. ME ~ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Thomp- son, Alpena, are the parents of a daughter, born Feb. 21 at Huron Regional Medical Center. Mr. and Mrs. LuRay Asben- son, Letcher a:e the parents of a son, born Feb. 22 weighing 8 pounds 14% ounces at Weskota Memorial Hospital, Wessington Springs. I III . III ICARD OFT, nK;I THANK YOU to all the friends, neighbors, and relatives for the many acts of kindness, lp, prayers, cards, letters, ~. flowers, plants, telephone calls, "baifts, and concern for me and my family during my recent hospitalization Words cannot ex- press the thanks to all of you. -- alga Selland. b SINCERE THANKS to all my relatives and friends for your prayers, cards, gifts, calls, flowers and visits while I was a patient in Weskota Memorial and St. Marys of Rochester. Special thanks to Dr. Dean and staff for the good care. -- Otto Rurode. p A SPECIAL THANKS from the Letcher Varsity Basketball Team, coach and wife, cheerleaders, managers and scorekeeper for supper at the Bonanza Feb. 22 sponsored by ABC Company, Brooks Oil Company and Letcher Live Stock State Bank. b WE WOULD like to thank our family and friends for making. our 30th wedding anniversary so very special. -- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Elenz. p MY SINCERE thanks for the many cards and letters I receiv- ed while in the hospital in Ari- zona.- Angle Marler. p THANK YOU to friends and relatives for the cards, visits and prayers while in the hospital. God bless you. -- Harold Ed- wards, p I WANT TO give a special thank you to all my friends who remembered me with prayers, cards, flowers, calls and visits while I was a patient in the Huron Regional Hospital and in Sioux Valley. A loving thank you to my precious family for their prayers and deep concern. A special thank you to Gene and Margaret for the help they gave my family. What wonderful fam- ily and friends, it meant so much. I love you all and God bless you.--Sharon Bittner. p .[ Woonsocket News ~ ! " I Artesian Commonwealth _~, | ~ I Woonsocket, SD 57385-Page 19 Artes; Thursday. February 28, 1980~e the gnd he THE FAMILY of Lillian Haulkmeric would like to thank all who se~tmduct, cards and for their visits while il~h 1 the hospital and the staff f0meat lh their kindness. We would als~ The 1 like to thank everyone for She'd. the i acts of kindness expressed duJMm~ : ing the death of our wife, ma~e aec ther and grandmother. Spec~he Sa thanks to Father Melmer and St~urae s Rose Circle for serving thatch lunch. May God bless you all. ~ fa'oz All s, WE WISH TO express.o~O cost thanks to everyone, and to thO~aadmteree,s who sent flowers, cards, foo~aic is and spiritual bouquets. Also _~l~_akota Prairie View Care Center, We~$D kota Memorial Hospital and do'USer. tars, Basham Funeral Home Servi pallbearers, Father Melmer, daPeech tar boys and choir, to St. Frandlmaeem~ *~1erral Circle for serving dinner ano ~- ladies who worked -- J ob0maater': Roache and family, Velma Mar~lion dis and family. ~he cliff Mrs. Mable Ball of San Angelo, = Tex. is among the survivors. ~ l U/~fflITA! CWWCC [ She was preceded in death by I : I I flUJPll/41. IIUID I N sister,an" infantMrsson,. Vernonher motherRandallanda. Huron~''Regiom~ Medical Cen-"iM ~~~GA' T~bler ite~~l~~~~ USDA Choice Boneless .... .,~_ ..... ~__ ter. Admitted: Leroy Neuharth, Prairie View Mrs. Kevin Thompson, Alpena. /p=f S Io nT!p + + 5. ..... -_ ..... Vanessa Schlenker, Lane. Dana N - " ' Care Center Brown. Woonsocket. Dismissed: [r [ I~,~h,, le,v, A,~h,i*~ r~,.=,~,~, Mrs. Kevin Utrecht, Ivan Hop- ----, ............ a ....... er ........ ~%~f ........ . p , nusseu uison, ,roy reter- ~ Roa~ Hi, here I am racing again to son, LeRoy Neuharth, Mrs. Cecil meet the dead line, and it's Cassens, Harold Edwards, Emil pretty hard to get going at six in Nelson. the morning but we'll try and . . ' . , Weskota Memorial Medical ,"///~ ~'~~i brmg you up to (late on a mw Center Admitted: Lyle Heljeson, ~ / ; "+ thmgs. . ..... Robert Parker, Mrs LuRay ~ // ?~ /~:~':~ First of all the I~OCK n' nou _ , .... '. . , we made the goal I had set of Asoenson. , Letcner. nuom. tuna, . Fannm Bashan Josephine Da- $300 by 49 cents i want to - ' ~ ! ( ogll~eigllfolP ... [ ~ ,~~ ~" 1 ~ ~ ," .... harsh Woonsocket. Edward Her- thank all the people wno netpea m~.,,' Ab.,.,. ni~m;~,~. R,~ I -' k hat .......... ~" ................... " us raise the $30049 thin t ....... N "~ , C / ~ gO ~ I _. ~ ". .... oecca l, arson r, oyla t~oscnee, ~ ~ ~ /-~(\ /' ~ a silmli~| I was great The uenter ~uxmary ~ . , - ' - ~ . - . .... Otto ~cnmidt, Mrs raul Faw- made $48 51 on their oa~e sam ...... " . , _ " ....... ,owszl, ~ars Lu~ay ~soenson ~ ~,I ~-~ ~J I ~ l~" l'/~~~~~~ ~ ~-----~~ ~. ~- ~~ ~i 1 want-to thank the scazt wno . ~ . ...... took part m operauon sane-away, ...... an(] son, numn run~, r~a tier- ~ ~ i ~ \,~ / ~. : Dee ~andness, Jodi and Vickie - Bittner, Deloris Baysinger, Claire St. Joseph Hospital. Admitted: " ~ ~--~f'~ ' "" Callan, Margie Fouberg, Phyllis Mrs. Darrel Jackson, Albert Van ~ [ ll~ll~ ll ~l I ~lme~l~u~'~c~e~ne~e~ . ~ lie-'~_ A clpri.ces ~ ~'~ \\ Brueske, Sally Krueger, Rita Leur, Woonsocket. Dayton Gil- D M I ~'''~'''''iJ~'~a~ ~ L. Effc~2tivethru ~ Weber, Margaret Cummins, reath, Artesian. Dismissed: Zim- R~ ~W berly Peppmuller. Paul VanOver- ~ IGA or ~,ab Sunday, March 2, 1980 LETCHER continued schelde, Clarence Baysinger, Mrs. DarrelJackson, Mrs. Edith ; fl(k~,A I 4,t l Bacon lb. $1.09 -~,, ~-. ...... ~ .... ~-~~ ~ssembly on Friday FFA Presi- - . C~m I C:~3v"~[t Wire. ~ !lIV~ lb. l i ~t 1 ~J~l p'~ , '~ +' dent Todd VanWalleghen and reporter Marry Moody made this ~ ;DELEGATES continued ~O~; ~'] " I " I WisHers 1 presentation as akickoff to Na- " ~lb. $1.99 It s Pizza Sampling Time Again tional FFA Week which is from must file with the Secretary of N ,,,~ .~ Hormel ' FREE PIZZA- REGISTER AND WIN! February 16-February 23. Lisa State Office. The six Repubhcan ~ was selected by the FFA Chap- candidates who have done so are )4 1' or 58 each Ih ~ 12 p.z~s gi~ven away ter members at their January John Anderson, Howard Baker, t= ' Sizzlers ... 99 .,~w~,~oe Held Saturaay meeting, and was presented a John Connally, Phil Crane, Ran- I~ ,[ SAVE 39~ from regular ~ Register every time you're in the store white sweetheart jacket from the aid Reagan, and Harold Stassen. ~ v ,, q~l~ ||~ ~ FREE PIZZA SAMPLES Chapter. "I encourage all Republicans ~ " I ~ ~ We deliver Miss McCormickisthedaugh- from Sanborn County to attend H J price when you buy 2 1 i[ ~ ~ I IrA Saturdays Thursday-Friday-Saturday terof Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCor- the March Ii meeting and run H ! ~ i ~ ~n i ~ l~Jrl a.m. and p.m. TAI~oNOy,3s0 ~IIIzz~S OFy ! nick. Throughout high school as a delegate for the candidate she has taken part in FHA, pep of their choice," said Kilcoin. H Old Home reg ~3 v d s l club, girls glee, mixed chorus, "'The process of the Repub- H t~ .. - .~. PHONE 796-4125 stop and isiS an ampe ; dehcious pizza and was a student librarian for lican Party gives all registered ~ i~utter-/0g ~oo off /~; I=rru' ICl ,~A ~ ' = ~s a~wtj ,a u~ ~ut & French four years. She has also taken Republicans in the county an N H-C - part in swing choir, triple equal opportunity to help select ~ ~=~a +[~I "Stor w~na ~~ " " / ............. GreenStyle trio, vocal soloist, track, class of:the next Republican Presidential S~)rok[ Fruit Drnnks ricer, FHA officer, twirler, "L' candidate," she added. " Beans Club, CBH Commercial contest, The statewide caucus conven- : ~,~11~., 89 ~ 69 tr~lmm 3/$1.00 pep club officer, class play, was tion will be held in Pierre on homecoming attendant, and an- March29. For more information, '. ~ + i~'~'~'! nua, +ear +or ~+ .+~ ++ +oo,++, L,o. ~,,co,o, .t ++ 1 ~ ~ N i if:: / i i:i i ::iiiii::!i~::. : ::::::::... IGA Tomato Soup IGA Yellow Cling S~LY" ~ i IGA FIOUr years. :281in the evenings. :::i:: ~o,/~-oz. J =,c....+.. ~-, ,~A !l~ o ........... , l'i! ' + iy/+++ :++:;+++:+ :7+ ++ + .... ~~ +%oz. + ++++++++++++++++ +++++:,+:++++++++++++:+ +++++++ +:++++++++ +++:++ +++ ~ /+:.:+ ca. I + ++ ; m ++ +? : ;+ ,, .e ,+, + + .+ = I~ wmme Pink ~11 QC3 We have really enjoyed serving you 2 ICacreamorwllOleKemel ^ 1,~, aa Salmon ,~z ~I "" these past four years and we hope to N dllnn~p~ 16-0Z. 4/'l~l II!1 .__ continue serving the best people in the lWt=#ll I Can v/~l#m .---- /~MUCH MORE & HORMELS world for a long time o come... THANKS nexing daYlastatweekthe Woonsocketattracted 400Ce" Berg, Interstate Seed cap; Kim 1 ~R~i~. I ~ ) . ~o, i i~ Kotas, combination wrench set; H Dressing ,,, -- +~ people for free pancakes, saus- and Ted Sandness, 14-piece age and coffee. Prize winners socket set. ,M ,GAUnsweetenea ~#~ ~ ~111~ IV Uid included Art Hewer, Alice ~ - 46oz ~ ~ ~''~-~L../ orvUq " GrapefruitJuncec;.- U~ ~ H +_,.w,..... . ,, $109 Detergent ~. 99 H +'..~.",:+m'..':'m =.,o,, ?/tl 7 q Frozen vegetames =.,,.++ u Ddtllllb:~Ul~ PkO L-] 1 11~ M PaulSF Carnation Wessingt0n Springs ~ Ik~ff, SnObOYSU~l~kist F!S2F}!II~~ 1pk6kOg~ Sl89 CoffeeMate ~ $1s9 , ~ ;,--~ " ~ki- 5-Lb Bag ... , .. 2 .... From Our Health & hUCTI0~~ ~ . .... ] rTT.'~oranges FiSh FilletS l&? $1s~ _ --~- H ~llll~/++ I~ / L~lQ~ Booth veauTy aria uept. ~" "77~7" " inc ~ ~1 !p\~l~-~ = Fish-N-Chips 89 ~ ~:~eO~i n Sp I , +,..,. ..^. +.+,,+_ + oz e(iol Cattle So e ; T=omatoes = ~*=" Cream Cheese 3/89 . ,~ $197 M d M h3'" on ay, arc , +'/";+~%~,+--~-u.~.e.o - Hey Ktas ! ! ! EXPECTING 700TO I0(0} HEAD : ~+~. ~?+~1! Lettuce .,+.49 +..2::;+ 8a~tw:~:ng:?n;U:o s::: i,,,~'+ ra~;n P ~~~+ Jerry's IGA ,his clown to some lucky boy or girl - _. r ~._~lt~l All Classes of Livestock ~u~';~ . , C,dl HAVE MOM REGISTER every time she's in X~I~ ~s~t" ~,_~W Watch KELO on Friday ~ Cucumbers Ea ~1~ / ~/ the store.-The more times she registers, the ~11 I e~ , ~t~ Noon for Consignments LargeCreen t,etter your chances -- Drawing to be held ~'/ m ~ ~ .... i. $ - For information call Gene Schmiedt 539-1591 or 539-1695 114 Peppers ++ 4/ 1 March 15. The day of our fourth anniver- ~.. / Gene Schmiedt - Owner-Manager N Wessington Springs, S. D. ~, :, xz~xxxx=IXxxxx=x~X~k'~=Xxxx=Xxx ' ,, [XX]XXXlIXXlXXl IXXXIXI:ZXIXXIXI]/[: