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Thursday, May 21, 2009 BOILN SCHOOL N Graduation ceremony held Saturday ANGELA MOGCK, Nathan Effling, Walter Cope and Nathan have a good laugh over their chosen keynote speaker, Mr. David classroom behvior. Bowman(pictured in front) Steele's, heckling of their Students of the Month The following students at Sanborn Central Middle Sanborn Weekly Journal Page 9 Banks one day this week- rived in the region. Evelyn Butts visited Alice The children found a lead Peterson, Thursday. plate on top of a hill at Ft. Bible study,met Wednesday Pierre Not knowing its value with Leora O Neal. they decided to try to sell it to Karla Kessler, Madison and a print shop. But on their way Sandy Ahrendt, Larchwood, home theymet two state legis- Iowa, had lunch with Ver- latures, Elmer Anderson and lyn and Evelyn Wollmann at Sioux Falls on Monday. Alice Peterson visited with Mim Fox and Jean Ann one day this week. George White, who had them take them to the spot where it was found. They notified State Historical Superinten- dent Doane Robinson who researched Louis Joeseph and Francois La Verendyres. It is believed to be one of three plates placed in 1743 during their search for a route to the great western sea. Some men came to school and questioned the chil- Dronne Hansen The Newsletter from Dis- trict 6 President Lorene Moeller was read. A call to convention was also read. The Department Convention will be in the Crossroads Hotel and Convention Center, Hu- ron on June 27 and 28. Plans were made for the~ Memorial Day lunch follow- ing the program. Sandwiches to be furnished by Jo White, Evelyn Hjelm, Lois Fougner, Katherine Senska, Barb Sen- ska, Linda Kilcoin, Florence Tiede and Mardella Liken. Bars will be furnished by Barb Maurice, Marian Andersen, Kay Regynski, Ruth Berg, Vicki Miller, Paula Linke, A1- , legra Fink and Judy Hinker. dren about finding the plate. A memorial service for Monday morning - How Shortly after this Edith Rob- Florence Maurice was con- about this, we experienced low 30 temps last week and ert's family moved to Vilas, ducted by Dawn Rassel and now they are predicting tern- SD. The South Dakota Leg- Linda Kilcoin, chaplain Mar- peratures in the 90s for today islature appropriated $700 man Andersen furnished the and tomorrow, to purchase the plate but be- music. Last week's news was Shelly cause the family had moved, Following adjournment Shawd and Rachel and Ty- no one knew how to find her lunch was served by Mary ler Hoffman participated in and she was not given credit Kay Regynski, hostess. J he.era shn. tourna for.e y her next meet..., be ment' Sunday evening, Shelly children told state officials of June 2, with Judy Brisbine as joined Rodney and Marilyn her involvement with the Ver- hostess. i Shawd for pizza, endyres plate. When this arti- Bingo helper for May is Barbara Campbell returned cle was written Edith Roberts Karen Kogel and bars to be home from her trip to Min- was 90 years old and lived in furnished by Dorthy Foos. i neapotis to visit family and a Howard nursing home, and Cookies for PVCC Bingo to - her grandson, Logan, who was making plans to go to the be furnished by Valerie Mann I was home from his tour of Cultural Heritage Museum at and Myrna Knigge. Pierre where the plate is on duty in Iraq, From Minne~ :~ apolis she flew to Houston display. to visit her son, Chuck, wife, Farmers Union Missey, daughters, Kate and ~ i Julie Anna and Jackson, who St. Wilffid announces at a little over a year, is full of energy. Ce netery district camp Barb got home just in time to help Leah Hansen and me Board meets c lates sort off some cow-calf pairs The St. Wilfrid Cemetery HURON - South Dakota to haul to pasture. Lori Heim- Board met in April to discuss Farmers Union (SDFU) in- i stra helped load and haul maintenance and other plans vites all children ages six them to the pasture north of for the cemetery, through 13 from southeast- Woonsocket Tuesday after- The terms for the mowing ern South Dakota to particir :ij~: noon. contract were decided andpate in'District I and II Farm- Rodney Shawd attended cemetery work days were ers Union Camp June 1-4 at 1 the Ft. Pierre state auction on scheduled. Swan Lake near Viborg. Dis- Wednesday. A solar light will be pur- tricts I and II include Bon Letcher Community chased so that the American Homme, Charles Mix, Cla~ ChurchWomen's Fellowshipflag can be displayed at the Douglas, Hutchinson; Lin- had dress rehearsal Wednes- cemetery 24/7. It was decided coln, Turner, Union, Yank- School were nominated byday evening in preparation that some memorial moneyton, Aurora, Brule, Buffalo, their teachers for April/May for the program and tea they will be used to make a ceme- Davison, Hanson, lerauld, student of the Month: Dan- put on Thursday afternoon, tery directory to be placed by Lake, McCook, Miner, Min- JOSH PEARSON receives his Regents Scholar certificate ielle Buchmann, Jarid Bech- Women from local churchthe entrance of the cemetery, nehaha, Moody and Sanborn from'superintendentHigh_ LindadramaWhitney. en, Nick Miller, Candacegroups attended. Discussion was held on the counties, l! Page, Kelbi Dean, HannahHansen Wheel and Wagon need to change the road at the The camp will also include a school club presents Spelbring, Ashley Schmit, has had a number of school north end of the cemetery, banquet on the evening of June Sam Sheffield and Tristen children touring their shop. Currently the road curves and 3. Parents and Farmers Union "Boarding House" Wormstadt. members are invited to attend. larid Bechen received the A limited number of regis- honor of Star Student of the trations are accepted. Santel 1 Month. Communications will pay (directly to the distric0 $80 toward camp fee for Santel Telephone Customers. .... Registration forms can be be removed five days after . found online at Memorial Day. Signs will be or pick them up at your local posted. Farmers Union Insurance of- Sanborn Central studentstakes out numerous potential were all dressed up in cowboy gravesites. It was decided to and period gear. Leonard Lhr- pursue changing the road to son does a good job explain- having 90" corners. ing what each horse drawn After much discussion, the vehicle was used for and is an rice, or your local cooperative. Send registration and medi- cal release form by May 22 to: TARK KINGSBURY plays his part in the Sanborn Central High School play held May 8. board decided to change the policy for memorial flowers as.follows: '~M1 flowers must American Le- gion Auxiliary Unit 29 The regular meeting of American Legion Auxiliary excellent tour guide. Leah Hansen started part- time work in Sand Creek Vet Service. Gary Shawd came Friday Pat Larson, 40062 231st St., Woonsocket, SD 57385. A free bus ride will be pro- vided, but there is limited seating. The bus is filled ona first-come, first-serve basis. Vera Crane night to the Rodney and - --- Marilyn Shawd home and' Vistors of Verlyn and Ev- Saturday they put in a food elyn Wollmann this week plat on his land. were Harold Joerger and Saturday, Leah Hansen June Pearson, Iroquois, Rev. on her cutting horse Lena Dick Poppen, De Smet, Rev. and Doug Hansen on Peppy Stan Johnson, Mitchell, Della helped sort off another load Banks, Josh Hofer and Kevin of cow-calf pairs. Barbara Pearson, Iroquois. Campbell ran the gate and Unit 29 was held May 12, at When the bus is full, campers Visiting with Esther Ischen never missed a pair. 7:30 p.m. in the community will be responsible for their and Ruth Friday were Grace Barbara Campbell, Leah center. President Dawn Rassel own transportation. Bus'info Thompson and Cliff, Mr. Hansen and Dvonne Hansen led the opening ceremonies, will be e-mailed or mailed by and Mrs. Vernon Thompson, attended the track meet at Acting chaplain Linda Kll- approximately May 28. The Omaha, Mona Robinette, Mitchell earlier in the week. coin led the prayers and Mar- camp will be led by Larson, Carthage, and Susie Stahl, Sanborn Central won twoinn Andersen led the National District I Farmers Union Freeman. relay races by a large margin. Anthem. Nine members were Education Director Denise Clair.and Phyllis Lambert Lukas VanLaecken partici- present. . Mushitz, Geddes, and the attended the graduation of pated on the relay teams and Sunshine committee chair- Farmers Union Summer Staff their grandson, Guy Mer- came in second in the 100. man reported sending thank interns. naugh, from Mitchell Tech- Lacey VanLaecken also par- you cards to the teachers in nical institute last Friday ticipated in two events, honor of Teacher Apprecia- eveningin the Corn Palace at Friday evening Doug andtion Week. WHITING Mitchell. Holly Hansen and DvonnePoppy Day was set for May Mr. andMrs. Norman Pear- Hansen attended the Mitchell 21 with the Town n Kountry MEMORIAL son, Leora O Neal, and Vera High School Spring Concert Kids 4-H Club assisting with Crane had Mothers Day din- in the Corn Palace. Emily distribution. A lunch will beCLINIC Her in a restuarant at Mitchell Hansen played in the band. served to the volunteers. on Sunday. W0onsocket,SD An office of Horizon Healthcare, Inc. Terri Groves, PA-C Tuesday and Thursday We then joined Bill Niggs of The nominating committee Milbank at Whiskey Creek presented a slate of officers. for supper. The slate was unanimously approved. The 2009-10 of- ricers are: President, Dawn JENNIFER GRASSEL and Tatem Kingsbury acted in "Boarding House" the Sanborn Central High School's spring play. Tom Peterson was a Sunday dinner guest of Alice Peter- son. Mr. and Mrs. Don Drown, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Page, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jore and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Kothe took Mothers Day dinner to Bess Drown. Alan, Paul and Craig Lam- bert were Mothers Day din- Her guests in their parents home. Sanborn Central had their awards night and potluck supper Thursday evening and graduation was Saturday. Sunday, Gwen Iverson, Cindy VanLaecken, Barbara Campbell and Dvonne Han- sen traveled to Sioux Falls for Rassel; first vice, Katherine Senska; second vice, Jo White; secretary, Mary Kay Regyn- ski; treasurer, Barb Maurice; chaplain, Linda Kilcoin; his- torian, Marian Andersen and Hannah Gebauer's 8radua-Sgt: at Arms, Evelyn Hjelm. tion reception. On the way Delegates and alternates home they stopped at the an- selected for the department Our sympathy to the family is the daughter of Dave and of Audrey Walter, a long-time Lisa and the granddaughter resident of the Fedora and of Denny and Kay Lucid. We Roswell area, whose funeral had a good visit with Debbie was Friday at Fedora. Waddel and Dean and Kris- Dale Hanson and Sharon tique shops at Hartford. convention are Dawn Ras- Larson were supper guests of Rodneyand Marilyn Shawd sel, Mary Kay Regynski, Barb Verlyn and Evelyn Wollmann, also attended Hannahs re- Maurice, Evelyn Hj elm, Linda Sunday evening, ception at Sioux Falls. She Kilcoin, Katherine'Senska, Jo White and Marian Andersen. It Was decided to donate $100 to the American Legion Memorial Project. tin Lucid. Gary Shawd also attended. Rodney and Marflyn Shawd left Sioux Falls and headed Donald and Dawn Eppe and Hannah visited Della Banks, Friday evening. Leona Ostrander visited Al- ice Peterson, Sunday. to Kaylor for her nephew's Gloria Bremmon visited graduation. They also visited Bess Drown, Sunday. Marilyn's father and stopped Verlyn and Evelyn Woll- at thecemetery. mann visited Richard and Doug, Hollyand Leah Han- Gwen Hermann at Sioux sen, Lacey VanLaecken and Falls, Monday. Shane Nelson went fishing at Wednesday evening, Vera Lake Mitchell on Sunday find Crane was a supper guest enjoyed fish for supper. with Sarah Waldner and On a sunny day in Febru- daughers- ary in 1913, Edith Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Kothe H riet Foster and George Third grade makes model volcanoes andMr, andMrs. RayVageat- OReilly discovered some- tended the open house gradu- thing that would change the The Third graders at Sanborn Central modeled volcanoes to ation for Bobble Jo Fridley way historians would view observe the way eruptions change the land. last Sunday at Artesian. the time white men first ar- Eulyla Foster visited Della Shelly Selland, CNP Wednesday and Friday Dr. Keri Orstad Monday a.m. Dr. Tom Dean Monday p.m. Dr. Lance Lim Wednesday am. 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