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Local News From Letcher . . . Mrs. Lyle Edwards-Correspondent-248-2219 i Ea~ter dinner guests at the Gaetze home were Mr. and Ire Kruse and Vie Kruse, Shay, Rosemary Smith, Gaetze and Tom Gaetze of ~Mr. and Mrs. David Brooks to Rochester, Wednesday school to be with her fa- Delbert Knutson. Delbert heart surgery Thurs- Mrs. Kim Cross and Susie accompanied Mr. Knut- to Rochester, earlier in the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith of were Wednesday guests at the Ivan Gaetze Mr. and Mrs. K.J. Kramer Easter Sunday dinner at the home of their and family, Mr. and Dave Nelson of Colton. Benson was a dinner eat of Jessie Edwards at a cafe Thursday noon. Payne was a Thursday visitor at the Retta and Edwards home. Kahle and, Melody met Bernice Linderman on Easter Sunday and dinner with her at a cafe Mrs. Linderman resides at Manor at Groton. and Mrs. Dennis Jacobsen Lucille Jacobsen were in FaDs Easter Sunday visit- at the Everett Callahan, Don and Herman Harris Congratulations to Mr. and Kurt Cross on the birth of" son, Kody John, born on 10, at Mitchell. Edwards was a Thurs- overnight and Friday guest home of her sister and Mr. and Mrs. Warren of Rapid City. Roger Stunes and family afternoon visitors at and Geraldine Edwards Red Dale Club met at the of Mr. and Mrs. K.J. on Saturday, and had a dinner at noon. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sheffield and Mr. and Madsen, Lane, Mr. George Nutter, Mit- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Shah- and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Huron. Third Annual Mad Hatter Party Jake's Lounge Letcher, S. D. Sat., April 19 9:30- 1:30 Dance to the COUNTRY KINGS Lori Gaetze and Rosemary Smith, students at DWU, spent the Easter holidays with Lori's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gaetze. TIelen Kennedy, Jessie Ed- wards, Mrs. Lawrence VanLaec- ken, Lucille Jacobsen, Laura Schlimgen and Leah McDonough helped Virginia Druse celebrate her birthday on Monday,. when the women had a noon dinner at the Lounge. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Olson and Aaron and Mr. and Mrs. Todd Francis of Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hoffman and family were Sunday supper guests at the Clarence Olson home. Mrs. Tamma VanWalleghen was a Saturday morning visitor at the Bob Steckel home, and to see their new son. Mrs. Lawrence Rural returned to her home this week after several days stay in the hospital at Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hurd, Jonathon and Anthony of Sioux Falls were Saturday dinner guests at the Dick McIntyre home. Mrs. Alta Edwards of Wess- ington Springs was a Sunday afternoon visitor at the Retta and Geraldine Edwards home. Later Mrs. Tom Shonley and Irma Edwards of Wessington Springs and Mrs. Jim Evers were visi- tors and luncheon guests there. Mary Mernaugh, Retha Conk- fin, Martin Kane of Mitchell and Clare Leamy were Sunday afternoon visitors and luncheon guests at the Laura Schlimgen home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sass of Huron were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mcintyre. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hanson, Cindy and Jeff and Tamma Van- Walleghen were Sunday dinner guests at the Merlin VanWall- eghen home. The group also enjoyed birthday cake in honor of Tamma VanWalleghen's birth- day. Mr. and Mrs. Erby VanLaec- ken and family returned on Tuesday after having spent the past couple of weeks visiting their daughter, Maria and her husband and Mrs. VanLaocken's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oehlerking, Sr. in Texas. Ardis VanLaocken remained with her sister. Tamma VanWalleghen visited Mrs. Delbert Northrup,, Mrs. Delbert Bennett, Mrs. Homer Parce and Mrs. Alton Claram- beau at the hospital in Mitchell, Friday. She also visited Anna Davis and Goldie Welch at the Mitchell Retirement Home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Latza * and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Latza had Sunday dinner at a Mitchell care in honor of Barbie Latza's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Linke and Henry were Sunday dinner guests at the Lanning Edwards home. Kyle James Edwards was bap- tized Sunday morning during regular church services at the Letcher United Church of Christ. He is the son ~f Mr. and Mrs. Jim Edwards. Mrs. Gordon Severson and daughter of Aberdeen were week end guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ruml, Sr. Mrs. George Ruml, Kori and Dee Clarambeau and Mrs. Roger Alexander and family were Sat- urday afternoon visitors at the Tamma VanWalleghen home. Ed Tlustos of Forestburg and Jessie Edwards were Sunday af- ternoon visitors and luncheon guests at the Lyle Edwards home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor arrived home on Tuesday after having spent the winter months in Arizona. Mrs. Marie Coslin of Sioux Falls was a Monday noon guest at the Tamma Vanwalleghen home. Mr. and Mrs. Darald Brooks and Mrs. Virginia LaBarge of Lake Andes spent the Easter week end in Rapid City visiting relatives. Shana and Tanya Jo Brooks spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Darald Brooks while their parents were in Ro- chester, Minn. Pinochle Club Meets Ladies Pinochle Club met at the home of Mrs. Bill Irving, Thursday evening. Guests were Mrs. Albert VanLaecken and Lu- cille Jacobsen. Mrs. Duane Stekl won high score prize and Mrs. VanLaec- ken, second high score prize. Open House Held at Letcher Town Library All the Letcher Elementary School pupils and their teachers and other adults were in attend- ance at the annual open house of the Letcher Town Library. At this time the poster win- ners were announced and they were awarded their prizes. All students that participated in the contest received treats. Coffee and cookies were serv- ed by the Board to those attend- ing the open house. Car Accident Films Showed at LHS Sanborn County Deputy Sher- iff Rick Hanson, showed films at the Letcher High School Wednes- day morning. The junior and senior classes viewed the films. Senior CYU Plans Box ~Soeigl April 20 The Senior CYU of the Letcher United Church of Christ held their annual Easter Breakfast, Sunday morning, April 6, with a good crowd in attendance. The CYU has scheduled a Box Social to be held on Sunday evening, April 20, at 6:30. Mem- bers of the CYU will be present- ing a one act play just before the Social. Letcher School Purchases New Books Letcher School District 55-3 additional high school text books has purchased all new textbooks for the 1980-81 school year. for grades K through 8, and Pictured are Superintendent Roger Kahle and business man- ager, Patricia VanWalleghen looking over the books and pre- paring them for delivery to the various rooms. Letcher Home Ec Department Presents Style Show The annual Home Ec Style Show was presented in the Let- cher School Gym on Thursday evening, April 10. Narrators for the style show were Suzy Rubendall and Sherri Latza. They introduced models: Janell Gaetze, Lori Greene, Lisa Lucid, Jewel Northrup, and Dar- lene Snyder, Home Ec I; Carmen Arends, Kori Clarembeau, Vidde Hoffman, Holly Kahle, Sherri Latza, Diane Northrup and Dawn Walz, Home Ec II; Tracy Kelly, Renee Northrup, Sandi Olson, and Suzy Rubendall, Home Ec III; and Susan Larimer, Lori Northrup, and Li~ McCormick, Home Ec IV. Lana Jarabek in Home Ec II was unable to be present. Following the style show, var- ious projects that the girls made were on display to be viewed and refreshments were served. Miss Carol Hoing is their ad- visor.. Memorial Score Clock Installed at School An additional score clock has been installed in the Leteher School Gym in memory of the late Joseph M. Northrup, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Northrup. Joe passed away December 8, 1979, and was a senior at Let- cher High School. Letcher Town Library Ammunces Posts? Winners The Letcher ~Town Library Board met for their regular meeting on Tuesday morning at the Library with Mesdames Leo Hoffman, Marvin Diede, Albert Steckel, Laura Schlimgen and Harland Jami~n in attendance. President Hoffinan displayed the new books that were re- ceived. They include: This I Believe, Third Edition by Ber- niece Geehan; White Night by Inc--ased .e Yield Ladl. Pinochle Club Meets John Pierre Nugent; and Belle Ladies Pinochle Club met at Starr, a novel by Spear Morgan. S ~ the Jessie Edwards home on Discussion to order more new Eas,er Harvest Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. El- books was tabled for the pres- mer Moo and Mrs. Berno Roster ent. as guests. President Hoffman aud Laura Wilma Vermeulen won high score prize and Mrs. Arvid ELLs- wold won second high score prize. Senior Citizens Play Cards Laura Schlimgen hosted the Senior Citizens card party at the Center on Wednesday evening. Cards were played at eight tables with Mrs. Omer Fouberg and Mrs. George Rural winning high score prizes. Leah Mc- Donough and Ed Titus won second high score prizes. Young Ladies Pinochle Club Meets Miss Sandi Olson hosted the Young Ladies Pinochle Club at her home on Wednesday eve- ning. Guests were Mrs. Jim Edwards, Mrs. Joe Treib, and Mrs. Todd Francis. Mrs. Key Knutson won high score prize; Miss Dawn Ed- wards, second high score prize; and Mrs. Bill Hoffman, low score prize. Schlimgen showed the posters entered from the Letcher School. Forty-one students part~: "paLed. Board members were very pleas- ed with the number of students that participated and the good work that they did on the post- ers. Judges Laura Schlimgen, Clef Loamy ~d Virginia Druse had a hard time making their selections. Motion was made and second- ed to give all students that participated in the poster contest a treat at the Library Open House on April I0. First place poster winners and honorable mention in each grade group includes: Pamela Moody and Chris Hoffman, first and second grades; Jason McGraw and Perry Moody, grades three and four; Raedene McGraw and Mark Godber in the fifth and sixth grade group; and Dennis Hoffman and Shelley McGraw in the seventh and eighth grade group. We will serve private ,parties anytime ~ the evening! Fish Dinner Fry SERVING PAN FRIED CHICKEN Every Friday ROAST BEEF I 5 to 9 p.m. BAKED HAM I W~ Sa/ad ~e I TRY OUR SALAD BAR LJ ;tl~le~Jtl ~% e~'~rt Moa.-'Inurs' Saturday I I I YV a] ~d Cll[~ 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. 6 j.m. to 9:30 p.m. Woonsockei, ~. Dak. 6a.m.F~o~l~)p.m. 8s.~?~od~yp.m. WITH UNICO ATRAZINE Increase corn yields this fall by applying Unico Atraztne now. One application will control most annual broadleaf and grass weeds all season. Apply as a pre-plant, a pre- emergence or a post-emergence herbicide. Will also control quackgrass when applied to corn ground before plowing. Unico Atrazine gets corn off to a fast, clean start free from weed competition for vital moisture and nutrients. It is available as wettable powder or liquid. Increase corn yields and make harvest easier by eliminating the weeds. Get your Unico Atrazine from CENEX today. You will be glad you did next fall. Pictured are Todd Wenz, Bar- bie Latza and their seventh and eighth grade teacher, Mrs. Cor- inne Hauge looking over the new books. Woonsocke! Cenex Phone 796 4444 Bill Glass at Letcher School Bill Glass of the Bill Glass Crusade that is at the Mitchell Corn Palace this week, spoke at the Letcher School, Tuesday morning. Students attending were grades five through 12. State FFA President Visits Letcher On Thursday, April 3, Larry Kasten, left, President of the South Dakota FFA visited the Letcher FFA Chapter. He talked about setting goals as FFA members and the upcoming South Dakota State FFA Conven- tion. Shown with Kasten is Todd VanWa~leghen, Letcher FFA Chapter President. Kastpn, an agri-~ess ma~' at SDSU, spoke to the freshmm~ and sophomore ag classes. Guest Day at Letcher Church May 8 The United Church o[ Christ Womens Fellowship met on Thursday afternoon, April 10 with twelve members present. President Mrs. Duane Northrup opened the meeting with a read- ing from the Upper Room, and a prayer. Members decided to have Guest Day on May 8. This will take place at the regular Fellow- ship meeting. Surrounding chur- ches will be invited. The mis- cellaneous committee is in charge of food, and the execu- tive committee is in'charge of the program. It was decided that the Wo- mens Fellowship will serve rolls again this summer for coffee hour after church services. Cleaning Day was set for April 21, at 9 a.m. Division 3 will clean the dining room and the back room; Division 2 will be in charge of cleaning the upstairs; and Division I will clean the kitchen in the afternoon. M~s. Dennis Zoss had the devotions and lesson. For devo- tions she read an article entitled "Without Fanfare", and closed with a prayer. For the lesson, she passed out questionnaires on "Trouble in Schools." Discussion was held with members taking part. Hostesses were Mrs. George Ruml and Mrs. Harland Jami- son. JOHNSON COMPLETES NAVAL SCHOOL April 4 (FHTNC)--Navy Hull Maintenance Technician Fireman Apprentice Loren D. Johnson, son of Lyle A. and Evelyn John- son of Letcher, S.D., was gradu- ated from Basic Hull Mainten- ance Technician School. During the 8-week course at the Naval Training Center, Phila- delphia, students received in- struction on the basics of weld- ing, pipefitting and metalsmith- ing. They studied the procedures used to fabricate, install and repair all types of shipboard structures, plumbing and piping systems. A 1979 graduate of Plankinton High School, he joined the Navy in January 1979. Woonsocket News ' "'[ Artesian Commonwealth I Woonsocket, SD 5738~-P~ge 3 Thursday, April 17, 1980 ] ard and Mrs. Mary Ann Hopper and girls spent Saturday in the Margaret Hopper home. Mrs. Margaret Hopper was a Sunday dinner guest in" the Glen Baysinger home. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hegg and family of Mt. Vernon and Mrs.. Lydia Tolls of Huron were Easter Sunday dinner ~uests in the Clara Hegg home. Mr. and Mrs. Neff Hegg visit- ed Mrs. Delbort Bennett of Let- char in the St. Joseph Hospital Thursday afternoon. Sunday supper guests in the Jim Hegg home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim VanDenHemel and family. Mrs. Milton Hanson of Cavour visited Mrs. Clara Hegg Sunday afternoon. Friendly Neighbors Extemdon The Friendly Neighbors Exten- sion Club met Thursday after- noon, April 10 with Elsie Larmn with nine members answering roll call with their favorite sing- er. The Creed was said in uni- son. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. A- chievement Day was discussed, which will be April 29 at 7:30 in the 4-H building. The lesson on Send Those Pests Packing was given by Helen Nielsen and Lo- retta Reimer. Lunch was served by the hostess. Gladys Bauer drew the hostess gift. Butler... Mrs. Arvin Kingibury Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lenning of Huron visited the Jeff Shawds Thursday. Mrs. Bob Steckel and son James Robert came home from the hospital Wednesday. They've had a lot of callers to see the new son. Delbert Knutson had heart surgery Thursday in Rochester, Minn. and is coming along nice- ly. His address is St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Minn. 55901. John O'Connell spent the week here. Jackson... Mrs. Melcolm Lmsmn We extend our sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. William Hansen, due to the death of her brother, Erwin Kludt, March 22. Mrs. Douglas Murphy attend- ed Lutheran Women Missionary ~ ~ League in Wolsey Tuesday. flsurance Needs Mr. and Mrs. Roger Larson U PHONE and family visited in the Mal- colm Imrson home Friday n/ght, g 796-4471 -- 4954222 , Mrs. Lewis Patterson of How- ~-~: ~-- ~- =-~'~ We have in stock a good supply of seed. ALFALFA, SWEET CLOVER, BROME, FAIR.WA.Y CRESTEO. Our Seed is Top Quality w th good 6ermmatmn and Purity Insect Damage in stored Grain is a Possibility at this time of Year. Check your bins-if You Have a Problem We Have on Hand LASSO, BLADEX, RAMROD, .ATTREX, BANVEt, 2-4-0, COUNTER, FURADAN,, DYFONATE, LORSBAN For Product Availability and Quick Service Local Elevator Co., Inc. Woonsocket, S. D.