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~ooWS From the nsocket Schools 5703 -o h 20J Mrs. %. J. MeDowall, Sr. ---'~lendar ~Mar. 20 - Basketball at Wes- Ra ~ : ~ . . . ~rl~g~on, sen,or~ ~s. semors, pre- :he J~minary; coaches vs. coaches. lain game. gue~Mar. 29 - Report cards ere I Mar. 21 - School Board meeting d M~Mar 24- ANiar: 26 P" T. A. - Community Lenten 'flha~loncert at St. WiKrids hon~Mar. 28 - Good Friday - no Ale~hool ho3Iar, al - Easter Monday, no ehool 6 ~n~'? ~ Seniors Have Open Campus ;%, Woonsocket igh se ors ~-i~ lave open campus privileges that . ~rted Monday, Mar 17. The s~i~ leniors ~211 be ali'ow~t to spend -2n" ~eir study periods either on the .Y )ehool grounds or elsewhere Stu- i"2 ~n~ dri,-ing cars wm be anw ~1 to drive to and from school Foo '~'h ._ ~C. uuring the next nine weeks ents ~tiS senior students will be w~ ~owed to use their study per- p..m,,,, ~ls to the best of their capa- ~=er~i ~ilities. The open campus privi- L . i~ges will be forfeited if the stu- ~tel lent presents an undesirable im- tge. The school administration IriI1 be the judge as to whether 3r not a student must rehnquish . c~eSe special privileges :IS Track Begins WHS boys and girls interested in track and field activities be- gan practice Monday. Mar. !7. In Service Workshop Woonsocket PuMic School teachers participated in an "In Service Workshop on Career Education" on Thursday, Mar. 13. Speakers were Richard Black from South Dakota University at Springfield and ttelen Dixon from Watertown Lake Area Vocation- al School. The teachers discussed ways to instruct students in a manner which make their everyday edu- cation meaningful as possible to use later in life. Further study will be conducted by the local faculty and administration. Attend Meeting in Pierre Wkiliam Jiricek, Woonsocket School Superintendent spent Mon- day, Mar. 17 in Pierre on busi- ness pertaining to organizing a vocational agriculture program in the Woonsocket school. Fund Raising Game Mar. 20 WHS senior boys and athletic coaches will participate in a 281 Conference fund raising game at Wessington Thursday, Mar. 26. The north half of the confer- ence will play the south half. The senior boys game will preceed '.he coaches game. Conferences March 21 There will be no school for Woonsocket kindergarten students juxtap:ses the anxieties and torment of a leading matador with the romantic pageantry surrounding the bullfighting sea- son. It stars Mel Ferrer, Anthony Quinn. Miroslava, Eugen:- Igles- ias, and Jose Torvay. National Foreign Language Week promises to be a fun-filled and rewarding week for every- one. Storla Sunset Home By L. Burdell Nelson Spring is on its way to Storla-- we can feel it--I heard a chorus birds singing. Some blue jays, meadowlarks, robins, a wood- pecker and the old faithful, the sparrows. We love the sparrows, they stay with us all winter, they are our real friends and we love their song, especially in Jan- uary. Speaking of January, we've enjoyed an open winter. We have had just enough snow to blan- ket the otherwise colorless plains. enough snow to decorate the slopes, the roof tops and the ev- (rgreens. We enjoyed another >.inter with very few colds and ve,,y little influenza. Our res:.dents ahvays enjoy tkc many activities. Our 1;col Sto:'Ia and Trinity circles have special days for us every month, bring- ing ~ntertainment and lunch. The Leteher, Mr. Vernon and Plank- inton women have remembered us in various ways, programs, gifts and lunches. We always have Sunday afternoon services with our local pastors serving and Father Russo is always faithful to visit us every month.' Pastor Joel Flugstad was in charge of our Sunday serxiees and the wo- men's choir favored us with mu- sic. Our activity employees are busy with various programs and projects that keep every one oc- cupied, as a result the days aren't long enough. We are grate- ful to the Belford pupils and teachers, who always remem- ber us with table decorations for the various hohdays. Our nursing department is con- cc~tratin,: on a medication course ~hich tkey ~ind interesting. T::ose visitin ;; our nursing home recently include: Mrs. Roy Philiips and Scott of New Under- wood; Mrs. Rita Larang, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Alt, Mitchell; Floyd Lorang, Mrs. C. V. Pollard, Roberta Olsen, and ilieky and Robert Pollard, Mt. Vernon; Mrs. Tony Latza, Mrs. Anna Ruml, Mrs. Edith Moe, Mrs. Irl Rear- ick, Mrs. Evelyn Swank, Mrs. Anna Groeber, Mrs. Vernon Amick, Mrs. Maurice VanWal- leghen and Mrs. Lawrence Phill- ips all of Letcher; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mahle, Julie and Lynette, Mitchell; Mr. and Mrs. Marion Vlasman and Mrs. Gordon tteid- inger, Stickney; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell E. Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Paulsen, Mitchell; Her- bert Tollefson, Woonsocket; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Blindauer, Let- eher; Mrs. Charles Olsen and Mrs. John Itinrich, Artesian, and Mrs. Lydia Hart,h, Alpena. O Jackson... Mrs. Melcolm Larson Sunday dinner guests in the Dick Hopper he, me were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hopper, Mrs. Dick Reider, Cindy and Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Merriman and family and Mrs. Pauline Merriman. Tuesday dinner guests in the William Kukuk home were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johnson and Eleanor Kane of Cologne, Ili Randy Baysinger was a Sat- Mar. 20. Parent Teacher Con- urday overnight guest in the ,o on o, kin o arto o o,m' soo omo seventh grade will be Friday, Marsha Almond spent Thurs- .Mar. 21. Classes will not be in day until Saturday with her sis- session, but teachers will be at sch~l and parents will ~it as scheduled. Slips will be sent home with students notifying parents as to the time scheduled for confer- enee. USED UNITS 1974 COMET, 2 dr., GT, PS, AC, 6 eyl., AT ~ 3 Plymouth Fury III Easter Break dr. hardtop Woonsocket Public School will dismiss for Easter vacation on !973 TORINO, 4 dr., V-8, AT Friday, Mar. 28 and Monday, 197,3 COMET, 4 dr, V 8 AT, AC Mar. 31. School will resume on 'iIlg " ' " Tuesday, A, pril 1. !972 LTD 4 dr., V-8, AC, PS, _.If PB, AT Observing National $U1~2 GALAXIE 500 Foreign Language Week The Spanish Club and Spanish d 1971 GAL. 500, 4 dr., HT, AC classes of Woansocket School, PS, PB, V-8 under the direction of Kathleen ~1~ Zimmerman, have scheduled sev- 1970 GAL. 500, 4 dr.. AC PS eral activities in observance of !~1~ PB, V-8 ' " National Foreign Language Week - gt 1970 MAVERICK, 6 eyl., AT March 24-30, as declared by t Gov. Richard F. Kneip. ~967 CHEVY, 2 dr., Hardtop Posters noting the observance have been made by the students |b~65 CHEV, 4 dr., Bel Air and distributed throughout the 19~2 eHEV. wagon, std., ~3 schoots and business etablish- merits in town. Colorful paper PICKUPS fl~,ers will adorn the desks of ~1970 ton, V-8 3 spd. bets during the week. The flow- administrators and faculty mem- sel~70 aA ton, 4 spd., PS, PB ers will be collected on Thurs- day and taken to Prairie View for 1973 CHEVY, ~ ton, 6 e.vl. Care Center for use during the Easter weekend. F~196-2 CHEVY ~:~ ton, 6 cyl. A Spanish poster contest is in 1969 CHEV. 2-TOn truck, 5-speed, pregress in grade K--6. The ~- speed with hoist and be'x, most artistically colored poster 366 V.~ in each room will be selected by a committee of four Spanish Stu- ~--~ dents and a prize will be award- ed to the artist. SPECIALS On We~e~ay, Mar ~, the 1964 PONTIA~O. _aDR. Spanish. students will" provide'" a ~l.q~l~ fifty-minute program of enter- ....... tainment for grades K--6. The 1967 DODGE LOADED program will consist of relay $349.00 games, learning a Spanish song, t ~r~ -- __ a Mexican. folk dance by Rosa- zmy's Ford linda A~geles, and the breaking of pinatas fill,e~t with candy. ,, & Mero,,,-~ The movie The Brave Bulls __ -~'~J will be shown as an assembly Woonsocket, S D program to grade 7-12 on Thurs- " " day, Mar. 27 at 1:20 p.m. Robert "---~ Rossen's film about bullfighting Woonsocket Area Jaycees THIRD AI'ngUAL Awards Night St. Wilfrid's Catholic Church SATURDAY, MARCH 22 7:00 p.m. PUBLIC INVITED Dance to Sammy Jensen at the National Guard Armory following the Awards Banquet TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR FOR BANQUET AND DANCE _ LEADING the cheering section for the Woonsocket grades the past season were from left Cher- yl Knigge, Patty Schabot, Mary Zirpel, Sandy Schlomer and Jodi Bittner. Kneeling is Polly Kogel. ter, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn tlegg and family. The Lynn Hegg fam- ily to, ok Marsha Almond home Sunday and were dinner guests in the Norman Blachford home. They visited with Mrs. Hegg's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Rick A1. mond of Aberdeen. Randy Larson was a Friday overnight guest in the Ray Long home. Olaf Ostenson and Sigurd Strand visited in the Glenn John- son imme Tuesday. Mrs. Glenn Johnson visited Betty Johnson and Irma Weisse Fhiday in MitcheU. JUST A By: Rev. Jerry Lambert In the past few years we have put added emphasis upon strength. We build the strong- est buildings, use the strongest meals, buy the toughest cars, WOONSOCKET NEWS W(mnsocket, S. D. 57385--Page 5 Thursday, March 20, 1975 and ask for extra strength pain relievers, But the greatest single source of strength in the Human body is that of kno~4ng someone has been helped or has enjoyed our efforts. Few the Christian, "The Joy of the Lord is Our Strength." For a daily thought dial 796- 4363. DR. PAUL SUNNIER Optometrist 314 East Main Wess. Springs, S. D. Phone 539-7112 Closed Saturdays C. W.'S SOUP BOWL and MARTIN'S BOWLING Friday Noon, Mar. 21, 1!00 p.m. WELCOME GRAND OPENING Thursday, March 27th FREE Coffee, Donuts and Pepsi WHAT'S YOUR SHOPPING PLEASURE... Hn||i||ua|i|m||n|| G We are proud of our Ground CLE~S FAR~ FRESH Chuck. If you can buy better Ego,... do|. 5'9 quality sme where else at " this price--We Say Buy ITII FRESH CALIFORNIA SEASON'S FIRST STRAWBERRIES ....... p,N, 59' Van. 95 Fa99 LEO & HELEN'S ALWAYS FRESH IG A BREAD 2 '"" sl.O,5 U.S, NO; 1 IDAHO RU~ET POTATOES ....... 10. CALIFORNIA CARnOVS,.,,.,..., ..... 2 // Woonsockel, Big Supply Of Easter u u _. S. Dak. Leltuce . head Zk Candy ButFadllk rgOpmt Sunday Mmldng Oranges.... doz. ii i ~ ir i i