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I Bowling News Woonsocket Lanes Wednesday Winners - April 9 League leaders: Woonsocket News 327-273, Dey Angus 3141/,- 285V2, Ray's Ford 3111/2 -288 V= . High team series: Ray's Ford 2028, Woonsocket News 1964, Local Elevator 1944. High team game: Ray's Ford 716, Local Elevator 679, Woonsocket News 677. High individual series: Myr- na Peterson 441, Marge Rogers 428, Debbie Reider and Margar- et Cummins tied 417. High indi- vidual game: Marge Rogers 181, Nyla Kappel 174, Debbie Reider 162. Men's League - April I0 League leaders: Capital Build- ing Systems 3631A, Cenex 356 , Jerry's IGA 355. High team ser- ies: Ray's Ford 2156, Cenex 2153, Jerry's IGA 2118. High team game: Jerry's IGA 737, Ray's Ford 735, Cenex 734. High individual series: AI Foes 561, LeRoy Regynski 505, Rollie Per- mann 495. High individual game: LeRoy Regynski 203, AI Foes 201, Rollie Permann 198. Senior Citizens Bowllng-April II Women's high game: Eliza- beth Nasby 149, Erma Rogers 143, Lena Druse 142. Women's high series: Lena Druse 388, Er- ma Rogers 369, Loretta Cunning- ham 346. Men's high game: Carl Regynski 194-181, Glenn Hop- kins 172. Men's high series: Carl Regynski 524, Glenn Hopkins 420, Bob Cunningham 412. Bantam League - April 12 League leaders: Super Stars 521/2, FabulOus Four 48~. High team series: Super Stars 1120, Fabulous Four 1103. High team game: Fabulous Four 608, Super Stars 581. High individual series: Trent Clayton 259, Cindy Cum- mins 233, James Peterson 213. High individual game: Trent Clayton 146, Cindy Cummins 143, Karla Wade 115. ECOMOMIST continued pay for the alterations, though," he added. The economist also spoke on the energy problem. He said the United States often is accused of being the worst energy glutton in the world, but most kinds of con- sumption are actually in line with many other nations. The big area of use, however, is in trans- poration. There, U.S. energy consumption far exceeds all other nations. "That's our problem: liquid energy," said Bottom. "It's even a critical defense problem should war Occur. ' ' Bottom felt that a combination of five approaches to the energy problem is necessary. First, con- servation efforts must continue. Second, greater incentives are needed to increase domestic off production in fields which, to IHO AL nOT[Sl St. Joseph Hospital. Admitted: Mrs. Lonny Fuhrer, Mrs. Mary Hinker, Forestburg. Kimberly Peppmuller, Mrs. Lawrence Ruml, Letcher. Todd Olinger, William Goergen, Woonsocket. Dismissed: Mrs. Lawrence Ruml, Mrs. Joseph Hoffman, Todd Olinger, Rebecca Banks, Mrs. Robert Steckel, Mrs. Robert Banks, Mrs. Gary Mathis and daughter, Mrs. Alton Claram- beau. Methodist Hospital. Adinitted: Mrs. Kurt Cross, Letcher. Dis- missed: Rickie Cope, Mrs. Nora Freeman, Mrs. Kurt Cross and SOn. Huron Regional Medical Cen- ter. Admitted: Mrs. Daniel Hinker, Mrs. Paul Baysinger, Albert I. Foes, Woonsocket, Au- gust Jager, Alpena. Dismissed: Alven Peterson, Mrs. Daniel Hinker. Weskota Memorial Hospital. Admitted: Marty Kopfmann, AI- pena. Marie Kubern, Louis Pat- terson, Woonsecket. Dismissed: Chester Wentworth, Frank Haub, Mrs. Oscar Hasz, Marty Kopfmann. Mrs. AJ. Ingle Services Held Mrs. A.J. (Laura) Ingiel 81, a longtime resident of the Cavour area, died early Sunday morn- ing, April 13 at Huron Nursing Home. The funeral was Wednesday,'. April 16 at 2 p.m. at Riverview Methodist Church with the Rev. Earl Stucke and the Rev. K. Oliver Brekke officiating. Burial was in Riverside Cemetery. Laura Mae Rhoads was born Dec. 8, 1898, at Forestburg to Henry and Nancy Rhoads. In 1913, she and her family moved to Huron where she was gradu- ated from Huron High School in 1918. After teaching school for a year she married Amoy Ingle Dec. 30, 1920. They lived on a farm south of Cavour until his death in 1969. She remained on the farm until her health failed several years later. Survivors include a son, Ro- bert of Cavour; a daughter, Mrs. Larry W. (Carol JoAnn) Graf, Westfield, N.J.; six grand- children and. a sister, Mary Rhoads, Huron. Siva Creek.. am,~ n~e~ Lmm~ Mrs. Mary Hinker had the misfortune to fall and dislocate her elbow Saturday and is hospi- talized at St. Joseph Hospital in Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baysinger and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rankin visited Mrs. Hinker Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Lau- rence Rankin called Monday. Mrs. Verald Baysinger and NEW GAME! Mrs. Dave Baysinger called on Mrs. Paul Baysinger at the Hu- ron hospital Saturday afternoon. The Verald Baysinger family were Saturday evening visitors in the Dave Baysinger home. Mrs. Laurence Rankin and Mrs. Tony Luthi and family were NAMED TO VO-TECH HONOR ROLL The following students from this area have been placed on the Mitchell Area Vocational Technical School Honor Roll for the 1979-80 Winter Quarter. The superior honor roll is Sundpy afternoon visitors of ~ based on a grade point average Roger Larsons. Mr. and Mrs. ~'~f 3.5 and above. The excellent Roger Larson and family called hoi~r roll is a grade point aver- on the Melcolm Larsons Friday age from 3.0 to 3.5. This is evening, figured on the basis of A-4, B-3, C-2. No student having a "D" grade or lower is on the Honor Roll. Esther Putnam of Letcher is on the excellent honor roll in the Accounting I Program. Tim Steichen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Steichen of Woon- socket is on the excellent honor roll in the Architectural Drafting and Building Construction 11 Pro- gram. Clyde Mathis, son of Betty Mathis of Mt. Vernon is on the excellent honor roll in the Air Conditioning I Program. Mike Hodges, ~on of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hedges of Gillette, Wyo. is on the superior honor roll in the Welding Program. Larry Graves, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Graves of Artesian is on the superior honor roll in the Electronics Communications II Program. I I I I ~cti~e pallbearers were vin. cent Rhoads, Yrimcis Rhoads, m Lyle Newman Carl Matter, I James Zell and Sheldon Heip. Honorary pallbearers were Harry Martens, Arthur Olson, Bernard " Zell, Chester Crandall, Oliver ' Haugen, mT~ Henry DeVries, Philip Kobriger, l Bacon 99 Rites Held for | I I II [rand OFTHAn SI I WISH TO thank friends, relatives and Rev. Davis for the calls, cards, visits and gifts while I was in the hospital. Special thanks for the many hours of babysitting and the food brought in. It was greatly appre- ciated.--Mrs. Lawrence Rural. p mmmnn Lean, Meaty Pork Lb. lb. 99 SINCERE THANKS to those who remembered me in any way during my stay in the,hospital. --Clara Hegg. b WE WOULD like to thank our neighbors and the Alpena and Woonsocket Fire Departments for putting out our fence line grass fire. Sorry about the trou- ble. Thanks again. -- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holthus and Davj~i. b A SINCERE thank you to everyone for the cards, visits, memorials, food and flowers fol- lowing the death of our mother and grandmother, Alice Effling. Thank you to Pastor Martinson, the ladies that provided and served lunch after the funeral and those that prepared a noon meal for our family. A very special thank you to mother's dear neighbors and to Walter Basham for all his kind help. --Vernon Daharsh, Willus, Dor- othy McGee, Mike, Steve and Shari. p OUR SINCERE thanks to everyone for all the kindness shown us at the time of the death of our beloved wife, sis- ter and aunt. We "thank you all for the flowers, cards, prayers, memorials, phone calls, food brought to the house, those who furnished the music, the ladies who served lunch following the services and the pallbearers. A special thanl~s to Pastor Neale Thompson for his prayers and comforting message, also Pastor Bach and Mr. Walt Basham for all his kind help. We will always remember your concern which helped to lighten our sorrow. --Clarence Strand, Mr. and Mrs. John White, Barbara and Randy and Mr. and Mrs. Mike White, Jason and Travis. nc Woonsocket News Artesian Woonsocket, SD Thursday. April 1% I WISH to thank all friends and neighbors cards, calls and all ness while I was in the and since coming home.. gie Dean. WISH TO thank my relatives and friends" cards, flowers and visits the hospital and since home. Thanks to you for your visits and special thanks to Betty, Del for taking me to the tal. God bless you Peterson. ARRI Mr. and Mrs. Forestburg, are the daughter, born April 10 Joseph Hospital, Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Kurt cher, are the parents of born April 10 at pital, Mitchell. FOR All, YOUR INS~ Omtact Brisbine A San~ Cou,ty B..ok /ft, vL~ 7'/ede Bus. 7%-4423 - Hone nmmmmmmmmm John Mormll Cervelet Ad Prices Effective tllru SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 1980 .$1.79 recover. D.A. H011erbach m Pork Steak