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Ohlro.gge Ready for Racing Season Keith Ohlrogge, Woonsocket, and Miller speedways. The car, " beginning his third racing year is shown with his new hobby sponsored by Ray's Ford is a and will be at the State Fair stock car which he will be run- 1972 Mustang powered by a 302 speedway for the opening race ning this season at the Huron Ford engine. Ohlrogge, is this Friday (May 23.} i AG WISE and OTHERWISE BY BOB BEACH County Extension Agent I HOPE THINGS settle down and I can catch up a little. After being out of the office for a state meeting a couple days and on a grain marketing trip to Chicago things pile up. It has. cooled off somewhat, but not much rain. We did have .20" Monday night and a couple .01 and .02 rams, but .when it is dry that doesn't show much. The for6cast is for widespread rams across the state Saturday and Sunday; I hope they come, Robert C. writes a few letters to the editor about oil prices and now he bought a little motor- cycle. He is going to break the oil market. I don't think it will help much because now Loretta most looks pretty good. I said at the time of the frost that the recovery depends on the weather in the future; a good rain and a week from now we wouldn't see any effects. The ash trees that showed the greatest damage on the older trees are shooting new leaves I do have faith. 1 don't recall this country ever freezing out in the spring, It may be a little like the 80-year-old gentle- man that fell and someone asked if he had hurt .himself. He said. "Well, 1 didn't do myself any good." l have attended a couple horse judging schools the past week or two. Watch for them and attend where possible. The state horse haste ceme~[o~Ang lot ih~ with show is in July so we usually tke cur. !. :.. ::~,~'-~"~ .... ' ~ emrli~ I have received quite a bit of hlformation on frost damage. I would say at this time much of what we worried about is recov- ering nicely. Nature has the ability to repair and replenish. This alfalfa lost some leaves, in some cases some tops, but as you'Iook at it now 10 days later, May 29 -- Dairy Judging School, Mayclin's 7:15 p.m. +++ LOOK AT PURPOSE, Effect-- When selecting landscape trees and shrubs, first look at their intended purpose and effect. Consider the available space and Iht. mature s~ze ol the tree or ~hrub: then. ask yourself if you want an evergreen or deciduous tree or shruh. The plants' grow- th habit may affect the decision because of the root system, site prelerence, form. flowers and seeds, h,ilage, summer or fall c~th,r. ('heck into the natural habttat el the plants and choose ,nes thai most nearly fit your lamlscape needs. +++ Judging School Planned July s in Brookings BHiH)KIN(IS. SD--Tentative plans mdwate that over two hun- tired South l)akota youths will z~ttend the South Dakota State Umversity Youth Livestock Jud- ging School. July 8. in Brook- alg.~. The judging school is open to all youths, according to LaVerne Kortan. Extension Swine Special- ~st at SI)SU. bul most entrants arc eil, lwr m 4-II or FFA. Four classes ol s~lne judging, two classe.~ el cattle and two classes ~,I sheep judging are featured at lhc school. Various individuals lhal i,lan to judge at various lairs and achievement days are also t,nc,,uraged to take this -plmrtumty to participate in the day kmg+jud~irt~ s~hoog+ "l'tlts vcar s program will be set-up m,t ,rely to provide judg- inM experlenct, for those attend- tllg I)Ul c(mcentrated efforts will l,t. glxen tom atd the planning, ,,rganlzmg and giving of oral rcason.~ on several classes that art. judged. All those attending will be given the bpportUnity of Zell sets State Track Record " | 57.8 seconds. She qualified for the Region IV AIAW in Des Moin~s, Iowa in five events. While there she placed fourth in the 400 meter run. fifth in the 800 meter medley relay, and fifth in the 1600 meter relay. Elaine Zell participated in the SDSU Women's Track program this past spring. During the sea- son she helped set five outdoor school records and the ALL- TIME South Dakota record in the 400 meter run with a time of BENEFIT DANCE i Saturday, May 24 q 9:30 to 1:30 i I WOONSOCKET ARMORY Music by South Gulch Band DraWing, for Door Prize she also established a Howard Wood Relay record this spring in the jump with a leap of 5 ft. 4 inches. These are the new SDSU records she helped to set: long jump--17'4V~, 800 m. Relay- 1:44, 800 m. Medley Relay-- 1:48.7. 1600 m. Relay--3:55, 400 m. Run--:57.8. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kempf of Woon- socket. Forestburg. . Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shafranek returned recently from a trip to Waukeska, Wis. to visit their granddaughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Steven P. Moore, Amanda and Mikhail. Mr. and Mrs. tennis F. Shafranek of Wilmington, Dele. met them in Waukeska and returned with them to Forestburg. The tennis Shafraneks also visited the F.M. Comstecks in Mitchell and other relatives there and in LeW.her, and returned home Saturday. Mrs. Arlene Lochman of Ft. Lupton, Colo. spent several days last week in the home of Mrs. Nora Baysinger and Mrs. Elsie Johnson. actually giving reasons followed by an individual evaluation and discussion of each individual's reasons presentation. Trophies and prizes of $50 towards the purchase of breed- ing swine w~ll be awarded by the South Dakota Pork Council to the top 4-H boy and girl, to the top FFA boy and girl, and the high team in the swine judging. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and judging starts at 9:30 a.m. in the Animal Science Arena on the SDSU campus at Brookings. A free pork lunch will be held at noon, sponsored by the South Dakota Pork Council. +++ PINCH HITTER Hunter: 'Tm sorry I shot your Dad's cow. Can I replace her?" Ichabod: "I dunno--do you like to eat silage?" Jackson... Mrs. Meicolm l.arsen Thursday night visitors in the Melcolm Larson home were Bar- bara Larson, Mike Shobe. Brian Besler all of Gill.eKe. Wyo. and Ginger F~nk. They all visited in the Vivian Larson home that afternoon. Mrs. Clara Hegg and Mrs. Douglas Murphy attended LWML State Convention at Zion Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls Tuesday. Friday night guests in the Bob Godfrey home for Denise's grad- uation were Mrs. Gladys Godfrey of Forestburg, Mrs. Gladys Kruse of Wessington Springs, Miss Charlotte Godfrey of Col- umbus. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kruse, Greg and James, Mr. and Mrs. Don Kruegar, Mrs. Mark Englebretson all of Huron, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Beigh and Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Uttecht. David and Dar- ten, Randy Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Eudale Nielsen and Amy, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Fenske and Brandee, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Steichen. Sandy Baysinger and Kevin Weber. Mrs. Clara Hegg attended Martha Circle in Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church at Huron Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Melcolm Larson visited in the Art Larson home Sunday afternoon. Saturday night guests in the Eudale Nielsen home for Amy's eighth grade graduation were Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Dorris Sr., Mr. and Mrs. L~vell Dorri8 Jr. and Michel, Mr." and Mrs. Bob Godfrey and Denise and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Larson, Alan Jr. and Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Reimer. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mur- phy visited Nellie Drake, Sam Kukuk and other friends in the Huron Nursing Home Sunday afternoon. They visited in the Margaret Hopper home Sunday evening. Jason Larson was a Friday overnight guest of his grand- mother, Mrs. Maynard Edwards of Forestburg. They drove to Sioux Falls Saturday, and May- nard returned home with them, after having surgery and spend- ing two weeks in McKennan Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larson and boys were Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the May- nard Edwards home. C.H. Peterson of Huron and Jennifer and Neal Bill Hegg were Friday supper guests in the Neff Hegg home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hegg and family and Mr. and Mrs. Nell Hegg were among guests in the William Hinker home of Forest- burg for Mark's eighth grade graduation. Tuesday supper guests in the Jim Hegg home were Mr. and Mrs. Nell Hegg, Mrs. Marjorie Kelly ~of Waverly and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Hegg visit- ed her sister, Muriel Newell in the Huron Nursing Home for her 84th birthday. They ~ Paul Minor in the Huron Regional Medical Center that evening. : ALPENA CLASS TO HOLD 50th REUNION The Alpena High School grad- uation class of 1930, of.which Vera Brewer is a member, is holding its 50th reunion in the Crown Room at the Hickory House Motor Inn, Huron, May 30 at 6:30 P.M. You are invited to visit them at any time. Relatives and friends attended the Alt-Ruud wedding in Mit- chell Saturday. Eliner Drake called on Carol Bates Sunday. Carol returned Saturday from Sioux,Valley Hos- pital where she had back surgery. Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen of Minneapolis spent the weekend with Mrs. Hansen's mother, Ellen All, and attended the AA- - Ruud wedding Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Murphy, Idella Alfson, John and Leone Bornong visited Mrs. Drake at Huron Nursing Home Sunday. Awards Night Held Awards Night was held at r the Letcher School, Wednesday eve- n'~. with the passing of the clas~by class presidents, Joe Vermeul~ Suzy Rubendall, Di- ane NorthrOp, Lisa Lucid and Melody Kahle. Superintendent Kahle, faculty, and Legion and Auxiliary pre- sented the following awards: Perfect Attendance: Suzy Ru- bendall, Dean Northrup, and Lisa Lucid. English Awards: Susan Lati- mer, Wes SteM, Mark VanOver- schelde, Holly Kahle and Chad McGraw. Math Awards: Suzy Rubendall, Susie Oehlerking, Lori Greene and Chad McGraw. American Legion Citizenship Awards: Joe Vermeulen and Lisa McCormick, seniors; Robert Walz and Barbara Latza, eighth grade. American Legion Auxiliary Essay Awards: Chad McGraw, Lori Greene, Jerry Grabenstein, and Tracy Kelly. Chad McGraw also received a second award for receiving first in the District for his essay. Home Economics: Kori Clar- ambeau and Brian Waiters. Athletic Awards: Allen SteM, Vickie Hoffman, Tracy Kelly, Patrick Hoffman, Brian Waiters and Michael Dewey, managers; Lori Northrnp, Renee Northrup, Suzy Rubendall, Holly Kahle, Diane Northrnp, Carmen Arends, Lisa Lucid, Lori Greene, Janell Gaetze. Jewel Northrup, Sandi Olson, Susie Oehlerking, Tracy Kelly, Dean Wenz, Joe Vermeu- len, Wes Stekl, Marty Moody, Dean Northrup, Todd VanWall- ethen. Joe Moody, Randy Northrup, Joe Dewey, Kent Cross. Joel Arends, Wade Moody; Andy Oehlerking, Jim Rubendall, Jeff Shawd, Brad Northrnp, Pat Kelly, Gary Town- send, Jeff Vermeulen, Chad McGraw, Allen SteM, Mark Van- Overschelde, Jerry Grabenstein. Commercial: Sherry Latza. Yearbook: Lisa McCormick, Suzy Rubendall, Joel Godber, Tracy Kelly, Renee Northrup. Librarian: Lisa McCormick, Lori Northrup, Susan Lari- met, Valerie Hoffman, Joel God- ber, Dean Northrup, Sandi el- son, Todd VanWalleghen, Renee Northrup, Marty Moody, Tracy Kelly, Joe Dewey, Colleen Dew- ey, Suzy Rubendall, Diane North- rup, Jeff Shawd, Sherri Latza, Holly Kahle, Vickie Hoffman, Kori Clarambeau, Allen Stekl, Lori Greene, Lisa Lucid, Brian Waiters and Darleen Snyder. Music: Joel Godber, Val~erie Hoffman, Susan Larimer, Lisa McCormick, Leri Northrup, Wes SteM, Joe Dewey, Colleen Dew- ey, Tracy Kelly, Joe Moody, Dean Northrup, Randy Northrup, Renee Northrup, Sandi Olson, Suzy Rubendall, Todd VanWall- eghen, Carmen Arends, Kori Clarambeau, Vickie Hoffman, Lana Jarabek, Holly Kahle, Sherri Latza, Wade Moody, Diane Northrup, Andy achier- king, Jeff Shawd, DawnWalz, Janell Gaetze, Lori Greene, Lisa Lucid, Chad McGraw, Jewel Northrup, Susie Oehlerking, Dar- leen Snyder, Allen SteM, Gary Townsend, and Brian Waiters. Outstanding high school musi- cians: Todd VanWalleghen and Sherri Latza. Outstanding Junior High Bandsman: Barbara Latza. DAB: Lori Northrup. Danforth Awards: Renee Northrup and Dean Northrup. All-Round Student: Todd Van- Walleghen. Valedictorian and Salutatorian Awards: Wesley Stekl and Lisa McCormick. Stoda' Sunset Home Mary Helen Scott Activity A busy place at Storla these lovely spring days. The new lineoleums are all installed in our parlor, dining room and kit- chen. It is so bright and cheery. Wayne Kutil is busy painting ceilings so we're getting all spruced up for spring. Our garden and yards wel- comed the first rain after the dry spell. Many go outdoors every day to enjoy the beautiful trees, grass and flowers. For Mother's Day the resi- dents made nine inch colorful crepe paper flowers for every- one's door. All our ladies were pinned with fresh flowers for that day also, many had guests. Winifred Bennett, Darlene Thompson, Olive Halverson and Flora Dohner went out with their families. Turkey and dressing and strawberry shortcake were enjoyed by those who were here at noon. Rachel Parquet, a second grader, did a ballet dance for us. She is the daugh- ter of Thea Parquet, an em- ployee. The Assembly of God folks from Woonsecket led Our afternoon church services. Our May birthdays are Wini- fred Bennett, Agnes Knudson, Sophia Blindauer, Joseph Stark, Lucille Corey, Rose Wagner and Clara Malde. So we have many special days this month to cele- brate. We were sorry to hear that our Mrs. Mildred Miller passed away May 12 at a Mitchell hospital. She was 81 years old. The Dorcas Circle of AL Church, Wessington Springs were recent visitors with an in- teresting and humorous pro- gram. They brought a whole box of lap robes they made for us and treated us to angel food cake and whipped cream. Gordon Duncan, Isabel Erick- son, Alma Jones and Amy Hol- ter enjoyed the Senior Citizen Day at the Corn Palace May 7, :Emily drove them. They had much to tell. Trinity Circle came with pro- gram and refreshments May 13. Thanks to all who came so faithfully to visit qs. The residents a~e making yel- low ribbons which read "Free Our Hostages". We will wear them on Memorial Day. Hope you are all enjoying springtime and remember "Life is like a mirror,, we get the best results when we smile at it". Dr. It. D. Johnson OPTO~E~T Across frbrn Red Owl Huron, S. D.--3t~-8~11 Woonsecket News Artesian Commonwealth Woonsocket, SD 57385-Page Thursday, May 22, 1980 THE PRIZE AND PRICE Into life this child was He cared not what the goal, His early life Old nature caught And free as a running foal, The love of life never With silver metal or gold; And all the stories ever wrote Could never live so bold. The bees buzzed round the flowers, Birds nested in the trees. And the early warm spring showers Followed by a silent breeze That carried youthful Lifting nature from her To fill the youthfuli hours With all things living free. Now as I look around me Mind wandering back in Where went the life so free Why do I live in strife? Is life not just as free? Oh yes there is my wife My sons and daughters free. But oh the haughty price. By TOM HOFFMAN Tennessee is named "Tenasse,'" the early of the Cherokee natio," Kathy Hagman Area Extens,on Home Economrsl Box 397 Woonsocket. SD 57385 796-4380 South Dakota State University BECAUSE WOOD expands and contracts-shrinks and warps --tables, bureaus and buffets are not always made of solid wood. Manufacturers use veneer, con- struction today to prevent warp- ing on large wood furniture pieces. If you want to know if your piece is solid wood or veneer, read the tag. When the tag states "solid," all the exposed surfaces must be made of the solid wood named on the tag with no veneers used. Inside pieces, however, may be of another unidentified wood or pressed wood. Clues to quality veneer is a W~ll, matdt~ psmm~, eleatmms and depth of finish. Avoid confusing "finish" with' '" veneer." In veneer construc- tion, real wood is used as the final layer. In finishing, technol- ogy is used to mimic a particular wobd. A "'walnut-finish" table might be plastic or pine that has been made to resemble walnut. If a tag says ".'genuine oak" or "'oak veneer", it means that all exposed parts on that furniture piece are made of oak veneer, not solid oak. The tag might also indicate that a combination of woods were used on the exposed surfaces.. +++ Attention Home Economists: You are cordially invited to at- tend the District C South Dakota Home Economics Association meeting to be held at the Mit- chell Holiday Inn on Saturday, May 31, 1980. The day will include an update on fumRure and window treatments, a busi- ness meeting, and more. 9:30- 10:30 a.m. is registration and the meeting will end in early afternoon. Do rome and join in. +++ A MOTHER'S PRAYER: Give me patience when little hands Tug at me with ceaseless small demands. Give me gentle words and smiling eyes, And keep my lips from hasty, sharp replies. Let me not in weariness, con- fusion or noise Obscure my vision from life's fleeting joys, That when in years to come my house is still Beautiful memories its rooms may fill. +++ KIND WORDS are jewels that ul~ live in the heart and so I:1 remain in blessed mem~ years after they have been en. +++ Ft~BERT ~OEMAN, Box 1764 Aberdeen. S.D. CLU INVEST IN YOURSELF - . Opal YOU DESERVE IT rite Va Invest in University visitors Women for a one or dine Ed break from everyday Mr. a chance to learn and ~and Ro person, members of other , Were T~ lies and citizens of other munities. Date~ for the sity Week for Women are: day plan June 18-20 one-day plan Thursday, Both will be held on Dakota State UniVersity Take this opportunity to in mini courses (14 choices offered)-on learning about self, your family and These include areas of cooking, parenting, and you, the woman. For complete details and tration forms, contact the sion Office at 796-438( ~ 9471. The Universityfy~W: Women is by sponsored ness & Professional W SD, Federated Women' SD, SD Extension Homem~l Council, SD Jaycettes~qmm~ League of Women Voters,~! & Dakota Association of E .s~;ll 1 Home Economists, and_ " | r operative Extension Se~ I " ~11 The + + + llVe , to look good and to f~iLm~sy~ feel good. The real tric~l"~xej include foods frOo~~~ groups in a variety are both appealing and ing. Following is a salad that is a carrier of vegetable and milk group. Piquant Broccoli 1 pkg- (3 oz.) lemon gelatin % teaspoon salt 1 cup boiling water 1 pkg. (10 oz.} cell 1 container (8 oz.} 2 teaspoons minced Dissolve gelatin and boiling water. Add coil and stir until it and gelatin begins to Blend in yogurt and into 4-cup mold or molds. Chill until hours. Unmold. Serve greens, if desired. side salads. +++ HAVE A good week! Life Health Disability retirement IRA Accou wmmm H