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Woonsocket News Woonsocket, S. Dak. 57385 Published Every Thursday Gerald W. Klaas, Publisher Gloria K. Klaas, Associate m OTA PRE I OGIATIOn MEMBER L P4MIP E R Aeeoolagon - Founded 1885 N, W, of Town... Mrs. W. J. McDowail, St. Murtha's birthday was celebrated Sunday evening with the following guests present: Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Rankin, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rankln, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gormally, Mrs. Paul- ine Merriman, Mrs. Mary Hin- ker and Victor Hinker. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schroed- er's Wednesday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Regynski who re- turned Tuesday from spending the past two months in Ari~na. The Regynskis reported snow, rain and fog from Texas through South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. E1- nmr Schrceder were Wednesday evening callers. Kevin Baysinger and Brad Ho- ward are medical patients at the Mem,orial Hospital at Wessing- ton Springs. They were injured in a car accident while returning home from a dance at Alpena Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Beigh were Sunday dinner hosts to Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Canlfield and family of Willow Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Maurice and faro- fly of Si~x Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schroeder, Mr. aml Mrs. Don Maurice, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Beigh and Mrs. Alvina Maurice. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jensen's Sunday evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vallen, Mr. Mrs. Ross Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Alt and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jensen of Madison. Mrs. A1 Foes and Mrs. Stanley Andersen visited Mrs. Mary Johnson of Mitchell who wa,s hon- ored on her 95th birthday on Sunday, Mr$0 J0huson is a great aunt of Mr. F~os. Mr. anc~ .Mrs. Julius Feistner were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Feistner of Madison. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Feistner and Marie Felst- nor also of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. *Adolph Hammer of Ramon- ha. .Mrs. Ross Patterson's birthday was observed at the Bill Jensen's Tuesday evening. Other guests were the Tom Gormallys and Lieu i i , ,, Construction Of All Kinds Badkhoe Service and Plumbing Leland Olson SEE OR CALL Olson Consh'uefion Woons0cket, S. D. Phone 796-4185 Itt t ,, SUBSCRIPTION RATES In South Dakota One year ............... $5.00 Two years ............... $9.00 Outside South Dakota One year ................ $ 6.50 Two years ............... $12.00 Single copy 15c, mailed 30c Second class postage paid at Woensoeket. S. Dak. Mr. Paterson, The Clarence Baysingers vis- Red George Boyden of Platte who is a medical patient at St. John Regional Medical Center. Mrs. Herman Meyer celebrated her birthday Thursday, March 13, Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs, George Villbrandt, Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Scandrett, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meyer and Mrs. Alvin Klitzke. Friends and relatives were evening guests. Card prizes were won by Mrs. Vollie Elias, Mrs. Rudolph Schlenker, Arthur Meyer and Alvin Edwards. Birth- day cake and coffee were served to Mr. and .Mrs. Art Meyer, Mr. and Mrs..At Klitzke, Mr. and Mrs. Art RotS, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Olinger, Mr. and Mrs. Ru- dolph Schlenker, the Vollie EH- as family, the Don Wetzel family and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hein. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer were present Sunday evening to help their great grandson', Brian Wetzel, celebrate his 13th birth- day, Brian is the s~n of Mr. and Mrs. Don Wetzel of Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brzazowsky enjoyed Sunday dinner at Har- old's Care in' Huron. Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Starr call- ed at the Pete 'Ranklns Thurs- day evening. Lane,.. Mrs. George Brandenburg Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hein spent Friday evening at the Ar- thur Meyer home and were lunch guests. Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer and Rick spent the weekend in Minneapolis for the golden gloves boxing. Mrs. Jerome Raterman and Heather and Shirley Hines and Scott were Saturday dinner guests at the Esther Gerken home, Mrs. Lydia Schroeder spent the weekend at the Rar~gvold Sveni~gson home. She moved to Huron Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer were Sunday dinner guests at the Arthur Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. George Villbrandt spent the afternoon and all were sup- Dr. L. S. BeLts EYE- EAR NOSE - THROAT PHYSICIAN Huron, S. Dak. 1407 Dakota S. - Ph. 352-3317 Sanborn County Annual Public Invited Special Invitation to Ladies Contest Prizes -- Door Prizes Main Speaker LEON WRAGE Extension Specialist Bob Hendrix - County Weed Supervisor per guests. Esther Gerken and Brenda Hines were Sunday supper guests at the Duane Hines home. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Heydon of Laurel, Nab. were weekend guests at the Clark L. Heydon home. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Madsen were supper guests at the Ar- thur Meyer home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zenk of Hull, Ia. and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Scbroeder visited Emil Pawlow- ski on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klitzke spent the weekend at the Donald Hudson, (Efleen Klitzke) home in Fargo, N. Dak. Mrs. Mildred Frier spent Sun- day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Walt Ankrum. Mrs. Henry Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hansen and Velda came Friday evening and were supper guests at the Jim Tapken home. They spent the night at the John Tapken 'home and had dinner and supper Saturda~ at the Henry Hanson, Sr. home in Woonsocket. They left for their home in Rapid City on Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson spent the weekend in Brookings. While there they helped Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. Beth Love- Joy celebrate her birthday. Theamder Bunde, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller, Terry, Shirley and E~c were supper and lunch guests Saturday at the Jerry Schuman home in Huron in honor of Danette's first birthday. Stacey Meyer of Mitchell spent Thursday and Friday a t the James Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. John Tapken re- turned home Wednesday after- noon after being hospitalized in Memorial Hospital for several days. Their son Wendell Tapken of Sioux Falls spent Wednesday night and Thursday with them Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kogel and Polly and Susan Klul~dahl of Woonsocket spent Friday even- ing in the Ed Steichen home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Keeton and Jason, Aberdeen, spent the weekend in the Steichen home. Btmy Bee Homemakers Extension Busy Bee H~memakers Exten- sion Club met Tuesday evening, March 11, in the home of Mrs. Arthur Meyer. Seven members April 10, in the ag. building. She also reminded members to save Betty CrGcker coupons for the ag building. Mrs. Schroeder and Mrs. Alvin Klitzke reported on food labels. The April meet- ing will be in the home of Mrs. Clarice Houlihan in Woonsocket. Mrs. Meyer served lunch. "l Community Club The community card club met Thursday evening, Mar. 13 wi~ a good attendance. High prize for women went to Anna Hein and low to Walter Sheffield. Nate: for men to George Villbrandt and low to Walter Sheffield. Note There will be no more card par- ties until *April 10, when a pet- luck supper will he held at 7:30 p.m. p ~T? ralrle view Care Center News... Dorothy Foes, Activity Director Week of March 9-15 Sunday mornin.g the Rev. Jerry Lambert held a Bible Study class for the residents. Table games and a hymn sing were hosted by two students from Dakota Wesleyan Monday afternoon. Wo- men from the Assembly of God Church hosted a hymn sing on Tuesday afternoon. Table games were hosted by the C. D. of A women on Thursday afternoon. Spiritual service was held Sat- urday afternoon with the Rev. Paul Douglas officiating. Birthdays celebrated this week were Marcella Schubring, Vin- cent Dusek and Peter Parquet. Adah Clark has returned to the Center after spending a f e w days in Memorial Hospital. (Give joy to others, and watch your own grow.) \ Floyd... Mrs .A.A. Drake Mrs. M~dr~l Eining is hospi- talized at the S~. Joseph Hospital in Mitchell. Mrs. Ella Pearson entertain- ed her extension club last Wed- nesday afternoon. Miss Lin@a AlL and Miss Pam- ela Edwards of SimLX FsRS spent the weekend at the home of their parents. They are both nurses at Sioux Falls. ~ nswered roll call with something Mrs. Wilma Thomas and Mrs. f interest about a governor of Francis Rhoads visited Mrs. A. South Dakota and his first lady. Cretsinger at Artesian Friday Two visitors were present. Mrs. afternoon. Mrs, Cretsinger was Esther Gerken drew the door recently injured in a fall and prize. Mrs..Martin Schroeder pre- had just returned home after be- sided at the business meeting ing hospitalized. and announced coming events. Mr. and Mrs. Hill of Carpenter, The achievement day and dis- S.D. visited Mrs. Wilma Thomas trict meeting will be held on last Wednesday. OTHERWISE BY BOB BEACH County Extension Agent LAST WEEK WAS one of those weeks that we all have on occa- sion. On Monday I had a number of ears at the office. Tuesday the office staff attended an area judging school at Wessington Sp- rings; six areas of 4-H projects were covered by the State 4-H Staff. ,In the afternoon a Com- mtmity Resource Development meeting was hetd at the ASCS office in Woonsocket; reports of the varies agencies were given. I wrote this column after sup- ,per ,because I was planning on attending the State Crop Show and Weed Conference at Aber- deen on Wedsesday and Thurs- day. On Friday we had a staff ask." Do you have March 20 down on your calendar for the *Annual County Weed Meeting? Attend~ and ,make Bob Hendrix feel good. He works hard at his job. Here is a chance to show you care. A reminder that on March 20 a short meeting of the Crop and ~mprevement Associa- tion will be held after the weed meting. "Junior had bad luck with his date. She beaieved that the way to a man's heart was through his stomach, and she's a karate expert. At least one member of the family is getting a set of furs There"X' five of us. In the special dinifi~ room there are four tables, enough to seat a total of 28. There were two other tables with men and wo- men-six or seven at a table. The boys who prepared the meal also served. It is truly an individual, leisurely type of service~ but we did finish the meal within the hour. Food is served in the special dining room at noon on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Fri- day-a perfect time for a shop- per's special. It is necessary to make the reservation a week or ten days in advance and of course it is expected that the reservation be honored. Food is served, and charges set to cover costs. For this 5-course luncheon the charge was $2.00 plus tax. Cost may vary with the day's menu, but you can find that out in advance. Now let us take a look at the menu served that day. First course - pineapple wrapped in bacon. Second course - clam bisque soup and crackers. Third course - lettuce, asparagus and tomato salad with c~oice of dressing, and a large relish plate (olives, celery', carrots, pickles, etc.), also a variety of fancy rolls and muffins. Fourth and main course - fish in Newburg sauce, hash brown potatoes, and beans, carrots and peas as a vegetable. The dessert course was a large scoop of ice cream with biing cherries jubilee as top- ping. Of course there was plen- ty of coffee throughout the meal. This is the basic Newburg sauce and is flavorful to serve over fish this lenten season. Newburg auce 1 tablespoon butter, 1 teaspoon flour, 1 cup cream, 2 e~g yolks, 2 tablespoons sherry, saR and pepper. Melt butter, add fl3ur and cream. "Cook and ~ir until thickened. Just before serving, add egg yolks and sherry. Sea- son and heat but do not bring to boiling point. If shrimps or bbster are to be heated in the sauce, add before adding egg yolks because the sauce may not be smooth if the egg yolks cook in it more than a minute or two. A good tour is visiting this school, for they are always gLaa to give a free tour of the fac:Li- ties and you can observe all the opportmnities for training for trades and professions. Every noon many people are being served in the regular cafe- teria. One of the coureses is restaurant and bakery manage- ment, so the food is prepared with special care. WOONSOCKET Woonsocket, S. D. Thursday, March 20, co~er poison sources, and counterdoses, with sis on prevention. In to poisons common in there will be information scnous plants and In the age of water weather proof and fire our homes are not An estimated 500,000 will be victims of poisoning this year. ninety percent involve under five years of a the responsibility of homemakers to defend nocent." Monday, March 24 -- The bakery divisio~ of this' 4-H Building Wessington school supplies all the baked pro- ducts for the school lunch pro- gram in all the schools of Mitchell. IF YOU ARE tooki~g for some- where to go there are other things coming up. "Poisons in the Home" by Lin- da Sorens~n, Home Economist from Flandreau, should be a worthwhile meeting for all mo- thers with small children. Linda writes, "The lesson will 7:30 p.m. 4-H Center Wednesday, March 26 p.m. Courthouse DON'T FORGET TV project Age", starting 25 at 6:00 p.m. and March 29 at 1:00 p.m. on ( 8. This 4-H TV series elude six weekly one 9-16 years of age terested may sign up at tension office. Dear CORSICA LIVESTOCK SALESi ,, i It i CATTLE SALES EVERY THURSDAY, AT 8:30 be lo Hogs and Bred Cows on Wednesday at 10 a.~! famH For a Fair Appraisal of Your Livestock spon~ Call Area Representative ~ Tti: MILTON NELSON, LETCHER, Ph. 248-2575 DALE DOCKENDORF, Come To Church CORSICA, 946-5455 On It is fun to get out and romp with ~ childmn, to sham in their ~~ Joy. Somet/mes it is evfn work to puU then on a sled. Mtorwards ]tea may be tired and benin and muadm ache, but you think fondly . d tbe la-4ht~, and squeals of&light and the love that shines in a ~ Then you think it'a all worth the effort, for they won't be ~ forever, and mmeday yon will ovly have'memoriea They won't be young forever and now is the time that they need a pull in the direction toward God. Now is the time that you can lead and ~ln the joys of their worship. Take your children to Church The Chum~ is ~'s eppoiated agency in this world for spmadlng the knowledge ef Ills ~ fo~ men end of His denmml far man to respoml te that love by loving I~s @ @ ~. W~ Ibis grounding in the {F love d Ged, no gevemmeat o~ sodety o~ way of life will long persovm md the ; freedoms w~h we hold so dear will in- evflably perish. Therefore, even from a selfish point of view, one should support the Church for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family. Beyond that, how- ever. every patna should uphNd end Im~. in the (hm(h becou~ it I~ Imlh ~ men's life, death and dm~ny; I~ fr~ which alone will s~ him fm 1o Ike m e duld of God. TER/ Or cent terp: meeting with our Supervisord this spring--the cat is having fron~ South Dakuta State Univex- kittens. sity.' The meeting was at Mit- c~,--, ,~ s..; chell and covered reports and ~ plans for the comhtg year. ',~ James Driessen, softs scientist, First Lutheran Oz~rch, Ray. United Methodist Church, Joel Immanuel is now workin.g on the soil stir- mend Jacobsen, pastor. Worship Flugstad, Pastor. Worship 8:30 Raymond Jacobsen, very f~r Sanbor~ County. He services 9:00 a.m. Sunday School a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m, ship services 11:00 a~ joins Richard Schlepp who has 10:OO a.m. during March. War- " School 9:00 a.m. d~ I r been with us since January. ship 7:30 p.m. Th~ys during Worship 7:30 p~m. Schiepp ~elt guilty and bought teat Letlmr United Chur~ of during Lent. i~ coffee for the group twice in a " C~rist, Don Davis, Pastor. Wor- e ~1 rOW. ~t. Wllfrkrs Cathe~ Omrch, ship cervices 10:00 a.m. Sunday Mr. Olive Lumer.~.~ The Cow-Calf Conference corn- David Melmer, Paster. Masses School follows at 11:00 a.m. Missouri Synod. Ri~ ing np on March 18 at 9:00 a.m. Sunday at 9:30 a:m. Daily Mass Pastor. Worship and finishing at 3:00 p.m. has an By Jessie Bliem m., Sunday School 9:~ Sor~ees Th~i] excellent grou~ of people on the program. Again I would urge beef producers to attend. I see a number of letters in the Huron paper urging attend- ance at the-Little International WITH THIS chanaeable March weather it is hard to tell if you'll he snowed in when. you read this or if it will be the day when you wish you had something out of at 7:30 a.m. ConCerto,s 4 to $ p.m. and after Saturday evenh~ Mass. Sterla-Trtnity Lutheran, A. B. Heltne, pastor. Sunday, March 23: Worship at Storla 9:30 a.m. Fecesthurg Presbyterian Church, Phfllip H. Mergler, minister, Sunday School at 10:00, Worship Services at 11:00. United meflmd~t Church. Clarence W. Harem, ]?as- e I Lutheran , "IF Bethany Flugstad, Pastor. | day 11:00 a.m., 9:30 a.m. ~t~ Show at Broekings March 21 the ordinary to do. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Sunday tor. Sunday School at 10 a.m., day 3:30 p.m. ~i and 22. This show has livestock, We are truly a trave/ing popu- School at Trinity 9:45 Morning Worship at 11 a.m. ' d crops, home economics, booths lation. H only we could get away a.m. Worship at 11:00 a.m: F~ : and machinery exhibits. A real for a day, or another thought Thursday, March 27: Co~- Assembly of Gad, Jerry Lam. Joel Flugstad, ] I fine show. The evening program may be if we could just find a ion Service at Trinity 7:30 p.m. bert. Pastor. Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Sunday features good entertainment a- good place to eat. Friday, March 28: Comm~,nien 10:00 a.m., War,hip ll:OO a.m. a.m. Confirmation long with clowns. It's worth the Now for those ~ us who would Service at Storla 10:00 a.m. Carl to Righteousnt~ 8:00 p.m. 3:~0 p.m. trip to see. like a gourmet type meal, as- This non-c~enominational message 'sponsored for all area churches by The calls at the office the past month or so have picked up con- siderably. As I have stated on occasion, we are here for edu- cation and information. H We can't a~swer your questio~ we can refer it to an expert ~n the state or federal staff. The~ high school students used to teT1 me at times, "All you have to do is pecially prepared for the group, the Vocational School at Mitchell does cater such. Last week Friday the home agents from this area had their planning meeting at the Extort- " sion office in Mitchell. For noon we went to the vocational school for our special lunehen. Menus had been made up for the week. minded businesmnetL Parker Implement Co., Inc. John Deere Farm Equipment Was' Mobil Service Mobil O11 Products Sanborn Telephone Serving an S-county s.r Woonsocket Advertising and Prln~