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I 1"' ==,=*=e= l-l The Senior Citizens of Woon- " ' socket played pitch at 10 tables Monday night at the Center. High scores were won by Lena I Druse and Marion Whitney. - Fraser-Cummins Kathy Cummins and John Fraser were married in First Lutheran Church at Mitchell May 3 during a 7 p.m. ceremony performed by the Rev. Neale Thompson. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cummins, Woon- socket, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fraser, Plankinton. Cindy Cummins was maid of honor and Darrell Feistner was best man. Bridesmaids were Lin- da Weber and Pare Fraser. Bob Einck and Bill Zirpel were groomsmen. Ushers were Tom Selland, Paul Heltne, Don Cum- mins and Bill Cummins. Com- ,pleting the wedding party were Jennifer Selland, flower girl, and Rodney Cummins, ringbearer. Richard Christopher, organist, accompanied Liz Thompson and Merle Fristad, vocalists. A reception was held at the Masonic Temple in Mitchell, fol- lowed by a dance at the Woon- socket National Guard Armory. The bride is a graduate of Stewarts School of Hairstyting B~ Shower Honors Gilda Murtha Gilda Murtha was honored with a bridal shower Tuesday, May 13 in the home of Kandy Schmiedt. Mary Jo Murtha, Kandy Schmiedt, and Kay Murtha were hostesses. The guests wrote in a scrap book something they remember- ed about Gilda from years gone by, then the honoree guessed who wrote the different mem- ories. The bride-to-be opened her gifts; then lunch was served by the hostesses. Miss Murtha will marry Steve Heiser May 24. Marry and is employed at the Country Clipper. The bridegroom, a grad- uate of Mount Vernon High School, attended Dakota State College and is engaged in a livestock feeding operation near Plankinton. They are at home at rural Plankinton. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jorgenson at Home in Woonsocket Kay Berg and Roger Jorgen- son, both of Woonsocket, were married May 9 during a 7:30 p.m. ceremony at the United Methodist Church with the Rev. Jeffrey Martinson officiating. The bride was given in marri- age by her son, Jeff Berg. Attendants were James and Peggy Larson of Wolsey. Following a trip to Las Vegas, Nev. they are at home in Woon- socket. Blue Army Spring Meeting Held in Redfield The Diocesean Spring Meeting of the Blue Army was held Sunday afternoon in Redfietd. President Ilene Dalecheck of Mobridge opened the meeting with singing. Fr. Robert J. Fox, spiritual director of the Sioux Falls Diocese gave a talk on the "Importance of Angels." He spoke on the importance of an- gels in our dally lives, especially our guardian angel. He also stressed the years of dedication before one's consecration to your guardian angel. The headquar- ters for this is in Austria. Fr. Fox was presented a Guadalupe Banner for his 25th anniversary in the Priesthood. The proces}ion was to the outdoor statue where Bishop Paul Dudley crowned the Bless- ed Mother. From there they proceeded to the church bene- diction, rosary, and a talk by Bishop Dudley. He spoke on the need of prayer for bishops and priests. He stressed the im- portance on keeping your eyes on Jesus. Burrill N Insurance For All Your U Second high scores went to Ma- rie Vearrier and George Steich- en. A get well card was signed and sent to Idella Alfson who is in the hospital. Hostesses for the evening were Elsie Feistner, Helen Whitney and Alice Mur- phy. Bridge Club Entertained The CCW Bridge Club was entertained in the home of Mrs. G.E. Bollinger Monday evening. Mrs. Roger Jorgenson, Mrs. Walter Johansen and Mrs. Ro- bert Jamison won high score honors. Traveling and game pri- zes went to Mrs. Gerald Klaas and Shirley Brown respectively. Lunch was served by the hos- tess. 38th Annual LWML Convention Held in Sioux Falls "Speak of the Hope Within You" was the theme chosen for the 38th annual convention of the South Dakota District Luther- an Women's Missionary League {LWML) of the Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod, held at Zion Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls, May 13. The key. David Block, Lexing- ton, Neb., former missionary to the Philippines, was keynote speaker. He spoke on "The Hope Within Us". Sent his Son Jesus Christ as our living Hope, our hope.and faith redeemed by His body and blood on the cross. Mrs. Philander {Doris} Durkee, St. Paul, Minn., 1st vice-presi- dent of the International LWML, brought greetings from Interna- tional, and spoke on activities and business of the LWML. On love, peace and hope to serve the Lord. Greetings were brought to the assembly from Rev. Paul G. Wendling, President of S.D. Dist. Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Mrs. Darrell (Norma) Hater, Hoven, District President, pre- sided over the convention. New Mission Projects chosen by the voting delegates were Bethesda Lutheran Home, Watertown, Wis. and Seminary' Scholarships for overseas workers. Each will receive $3,300. Officers elected were Mrs. Winfred {Betty} Haar, Freeman, S.D. president; Mrs. Dan Lind- biota, Hermosa, S.D., vice-presi- dent; and Rev. Mark Paul, Sioux Falls, pastoral advisor. 495 delegates, pastors, and guests were registered. The 1981 convention site will be Faith Lutheran, Pierre. Mrs. Walter Johansen, Mrs. Douglas Murphy and Mrs. Matil- da Zink attended from Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, Woonsocket. 4-Corners Extension Elects Officers 4-Corners Extension Club met at Lake Prior Park for their annual May pot luck supper Monday night with eight mem- bers and one guest present. All answered roll call with a fact about Australia. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were read and approved. Profits from the booth at Achievement Days were reported on. Betty Crocker coupons were collected. Election of officers was held. Mr. and MrS. Arthur Rice of Carthage, Mo. were visitors at the Walter Cochran home Fri- day. Also Mr. and Mrs. Claude Cochran of Rapid City were overnight visitors at the Cochran home last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Lena Druse spent the weekend at'Estelline visiting at the Cliff McClard home and attended the wedding of a niece. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Medley and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Madsen were Saturday supper guests of Mike Madsen of Huron. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wesp, Sioux City, Ia., Michael Verhey and friend Anita of Vermillion and E3 Deborah Verhey, Ft. Hood, Tex. were overnight guests in the Don Verhey home after attending graduation at Da- kota State College in Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Funk and Lori of Madison were Friday supper guests in the Dale Chris- tian home. TICKETS FOR the second an- nual CDA Salad Luncheon and Style Show Saturday, June 14, 12 noon are on sale. May be purchased from Mary Sandness, Marlene Howard, Ruth Olinger or the JoJo Store. Sales end June 11. This years style show will feature bridal gowns and wedding attire from the 1880's to the present, b Mr. and Mrs. George Chris- tian of Sioux Falls were Friday overnight guests in the Elmer Christian home. Guests in the Bob Beach home Friday evening following gradua- tion were Kim Beach of DWU, Craig Godfrey, Randy Beach of Beflville, Mich., Joe Freeman of Minneapolis, Minn., George Stainbrook of Mitchell, Xua Tran family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Yer- hey, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dethlefs, Mr. and Mrs. George Mangold and family and Pastor Jeff Martinson. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Triem were last week end guests in the G.E. Bollinger= home. They mov- ed to Huron Tuesday where Mr. Triem has employment. Mrs. Lucille Collins Wolf and Mrs. Irene Collins Gasche and daughter of Riverside, Calif. were Wednesday afternoon "guests in the Al Hamann home. Mr. and Mrs. Rich Mees and sons and Mr, and Mrs. Delbert Hoxsie attended the wedding of Susan Gumb and Alen Peterson in Burwell, Nebr. Saturday. NOTICE: Woonsocket Legion Post 29 will meet Thursday, May 22 [tonight] in the Legion room at 8 p.m. b Mrs. Reginia Keleher of AI- pens, Mrs. Tom Kilcoin, Mrs. Irene Eddy, Ray McCoy, Mrs. Clarice Houlihan, Mr. and Mrs. leo Vetter, Mrs. Clarence Bay- singer, Mrs. Pete Rankin and Mrs. Laurence Rankin attended a Blue Army Meeting in Red- field Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jenssen and Bob Jenssen of Pierre at- tended the funeral of Mrs. Car- rie Parker Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Peterson entertained a group of relatives and friends in honor of Troy's graduation Friday evening. Dagmar Dethlefs was a patient in McKennan Hospital at Sioux E3"~I~eborah Verhey has re- turned tb Ft. Hood, Tex. after spending two weeks in the par- ental Don Verhey home and visiting relatives in the Madison and Vermillion areas. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Nelson of Toronto, S.D. were Friday overnight guests of Lena Dnlse. MULTI-FAMILY rummage sale. Camera, golf bag, lots of clothing - young misses and women - sizes 7 thru 14, mens, stereo, many miscellaneous household items, some free-bees. Thursday and Friday, 9 to 6, Saturday 9 to 4. One mile north and % east of Woonsocket.-- Vern Baruth. b Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steichen of Sioux Falls, Mrs. Willis Hill and Brett, Rapid City, Mrs. Rich- ard Luna and Shawn of Albu- querque, N.M., Mrs. Kenneth Steichen, Spencer, Mrs. Marcie Hinker of Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hinker of Sioux Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hinker have visited in the Elmer Steichen home. Mrs. Luna and son re- turned to Albuquerque on Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Klaas attended the high school gradu- ation of Susan Pearson, Todd Peterson and Marli Baysinger at Forestburg Saturday night and the open house for Miss Pearson at the 4-H Building. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jiricek of Madison were Sunday dinner guests in the Dale Christian home. Jan Jiricek returned home with them after spending the week end here. Bob Beach returned Tuesday evening from Chicago, Ill. where he attended a grain marketing seminar. SAVE YOUR NEWSPAPERS. St. Newman's Circle will conduct a paper drive in Woonsocket Monday, June 16. 33-35-36b Mr. and Mrs. G.E. Bollinger attended the alumni banquet at Augustana College Saturday. Dr. Merle C. Hakenstad, Jr. was presented the Alumni Achieve- ment Award Medal. They were guests at a reception in the Merle C. Hakenstad, Sr. home at Sioux Falls following. They also visited with Debbie Bollin- gar there. Mrs. Clara Merriman spent last week in the Don Merriman home at Beresford. She also vis- ited with Mrs. Marie Kuborn in a Sioux Falls hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hamann attended the graduation of Tim Leines at Wagner Friday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCoy and Betty McCoy of Hastings, Minn. and Nancy Peterson of St. Paul, Minn. were Wednesday to Fri- day goests in the Ray McCoy- Irene Eddy home. Darrel and Charles Hoxsie and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hoxsie were Sunday dinner guests, in the Thomas Billstein home at Amelia, Nebr. THERE WILL be an all trophy horse show May 25 at the Chuck Wagon Saddle Club Arena. Starts at 12 noon. Lunch will be served, b Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Peterson were Friday night and Saturday guests in the Alven Peterson home. Mr. and Mrs. Almond Mr. and Mrs. Clint Haring, Tom and Rob returned to their home in Anaheim, Calif. Satur- day after visiting here and attending the funeral of Mrs. Carrie Parker. BREWSTER, REIDER, MO- BERG REUNION. PUBLIC IN- VITED. The three families mentioned above will be in Huron, S.D. at Memorial Park [the Beadle County Sportsman Club in case of rain] on Sunday, May 25th. Any friends wishing, to visit, come. see us! We are meeting at 11:00 a.m. Bring your picnic lunch! 32-2b Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vearrier and Jim attended funeral ser- vices for her brother, Kirk McCoy at Our Lady of Angels Church in Sauke Centre, Minn. Saturday morning. Mrs. Vearrier had spent the past month with her brother at a Minnesota hos- pital. Mrs. Arlene Lochman of Ft. Lupton, Colo. and Mrs. Arvid Olson of Sioux Falls were Wed- nesday luncheon guests in the Gerald Klaas home. Tom McCoy of Longmont, Colo. was a Thursday overnight guest in the Ray McCoy-Irene Eddy home. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Gunnare and sons were Friday night and Saturday guests in the home of Mrs. Clara Merriman. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker, Mrs. Merlin Runestad of Anchorage, Alaska, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Runestad and family of Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gutzmer and Mrs. Wayne Peters and Tony of Mesa, Ariz. were Sunday supper guests in the George Zilko home at Carthage. Larry Moran of Aberdeen was a Friday afternoon guest in the home of Mrs. Bertha Moran. Mrs. Ann Lahren of Grace- ville, Minn. was a Thursday to Sunday guest in the Ron Bittner home. Jerry Ball of Sioux Falls spent Friday night in the parental John Ball home. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Madsen of Lane were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mrs. Edith Ammon. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Reider and family of Omaha, Nebr. were week end guests in the Don Reider home. Mrs. Bertha Moran, Geraldine Moran, Rosemarie Moran, and Lee Jane Moran spent Sunday afternoon in the Dennis Gere home at Pierre. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Moran and family of Stick- ney joined them in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Christian entertained a group of relatives and friends Friday evening in honor of Stuart's graduation. Modasi Club Modasi Club met at the home of Paula Zoss with 12 members present. President Clara Braske, presided. Creed and Flag Salute were recited. The lesson, ~nacks Anyone, was given by Clara Lee. June 10, the club will go out to dinner at the airport. Will have the club picnic July 13 at the 4-H building. Lunch was served by th~ hostess. Woonsocket News Artesian Commonwealth Weonsocket, SD ~7385-Page Thursday, May 22, 1980 Union... Mrs. Lyle Shawd Senior'Citizens The Forestburg Senior met Friday afternoon at the Building with cards played five tables. Including there were 25 present. Winters won high score at Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and Foresta Ellingson lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Willard and Hazel Briggs were evening visitors at the Fred home. Mr. and Mrs. Baruth left for Austin, Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Latza Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lucid tended the Cardiac Capers day evening at the Corn Mr. and Mrs. Joe and Josh of Huron were guests Saturday at the Shawd home. Sunday afternoon visitors the Lyle Shawd home were Brtna, Mr. and Mrs. Shawd and Shelly, Mr. and Dick Hansen, Doug, Cindy Jeff and Mrs. Jeff Shawd, rey and Jackie. Jackie and Debby Lucid furnished special music at the Church of Christ Sunday. one played a piano solo. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Jackie and Jason were guests the Rodney Shawd home day evening. Worthwhile Extension Club The Worthwhile Club met May 12 with Dennis Lucid as hostess. call was answered by members with a remembrance! Mother's Day. The lesson Nutritional Snacks was given Dotty Zoss. Plans were made an afternoon tour and in June. A report on Cuba given, comparing the size population with South Dakot& is about half as large and more than 11 times as people. Stamps were cut out the International project. was served by the hostess. nie Shawd was a guest. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Mark Alpena, are the parents of daughter, born May 19 at Regional Medical Center. Mr. and Mrs. Rickey Woonsocket, are the parents daughter, Samantha Marie, May 11 weighing 8 pounds ounces at Weskota Hospital, Wessington Springs- Mr. and Mrs. John Met$ Crescent, la. are the son born May 18. Mrs. is the former Joanne Fiala. baby joins a one year old Jaime. Grandparents are and Mrs. Rudy Fiala and grandparents are Mr. and Leslie Mitchell, all of Artesi~ Best Full-Size Pickup Mileage Best Mileage Rating of Any American-Built Standard.Siz e Mrs. Tom Kilcoin, one of the New slate of officers is as fol- Falls last week. Her daughter, Orth of Alpena were Saturday Ford F100/150 (lsj parish chairmen, gave a talk in lows: President, Vickie Larsen; Karen Siegenthaler of Denver afternoon visitors there. Guests in the Gerald Klaas with standard 4.9 L. (300 CID} Six Insurance Needs r] gratitude of Fr. Fox and his Vice President and Reporter, Sue visited her a few days. Other home Friday evening honoring PHONE U work he has done. Larson; Treasurer and Sunshine visitors were her niece, Mary and Opt. 4 Speed Overdrive Alice Yost of California and nep- their son, Tim s high school graduation were Mr. and Mrs. Vrt~A ~C~'N7 A large group was in attend- Girl, Vickie Durbin; Secretary, hew, Bill Tobin and wife of Rock Ray Baysinger, Mr. and Mrs. : GRA 796-4471- 495-4222 ~ ance from South Dakota, Iowa, Joyce Beach. [ ~h.--.._.dl- ..... "--- ,i~C~.J and Minnesota. A float for the Fourth of July Rapids, Ia., Mr. and Mrs. Sac- festivities was discussed and a kett Siegenthaler and daughter, Craig Olson and daughters' Mr" @ EPA 30 EST ~EPA 24 theme was decided upon. A Barbaru of Canton and Pastor and Mrs. Delbert Pearson and [:ST HWY EST work day to prepare the float Dwayne Shay of Hartford. family, all of Forestburg, Mr. MPG and Mrs. Arvid Olson and Mr. MPG will be July 2 at 7:00 at Klein- BREWSTER, REIDER, MO- and Mrs. Douglas Olson of Sioux 4 cyl. - 4 speed V-8 - OD 6 cyl. - lein'~. The material on "Nutri- BERG REUNION. PUBLIC IN- Falls, Mr. and Mrs. August tional Snacks' was distributed VITED. The three families Klaas of Lane, Mr. and Mrs. FIESTA MUSTANG and discussed, mentioned above will be in L.J. Nickelson and Michele of A surprise baby shwer was Hurn, S'D" at Memrial Park Huron, Mr. and Mrs. Don Jock- @EPA 38 EST @ HWY EPA held in honor of Kay Murtha. [the Beadle County Sportsman beck, Bonilla, Erma Wier, Spen- EST EST 37EST The September meeting will Club in case of rain] on Sunday, cer, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bros- MPG MPG HwY ONG R E S S beat Paulette Mangold'son May 25th. Any friends wishing nan and sons, Mr. andMrs. 4 cyl. - 4 speed 4 cyl.- 4 speed Sept. 15. to visit, come see us! We are Phillip Hinker and sons, Mr. and meeting at 11:00 a.m. Bring Mrs. Kent Swenson and Hea- Sons Graduate From yourpicnic hnch. 32-2b ther, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bay- ~~) ~A~ ~~ " Dakota State College Mrs. Dale Hammer, Troy and singer, Mrs. Gary Sandness, Duaine M. Verhey and Kim Tami of Flandreau spent the Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Verhey, sons of Mr. and Mrs. week end in the home of her Kappel, Mr. and Mrs. Jens An- 1975 LTD 4 dr., V-8, AC, PS 1979 Grand Marq. 4 dr. Don Verhey of Woonsocket, father, Clem Kogel, and attend- dree and Karie. graduated May I0 hom Dakota 'ed commencement exercises Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dethlefs 1977 Pinto 4 cyl., AT 302, PS, PB, AC State College at Madison, with day night, spent the week end in Rock 1978 LTDH 4 dr., PW, PS, Stereo [~ bachelor of science degrees. Mr. and Mrs. David 302 V-8, AC, PS Y o fe F o r Their parents hosted a party in of Sapa, Calif. are visitingSargentin the RapidS,nephew, Ia.johnattendingTobin,sherweddinggrand- 1976 LTD Wagon, 9 pass. 1977 F-150, V-8, AT, FS their honor following graduation Walter Johansen home. and visiting her sister, Gunda V-8, AT, PS, AC Wheels, new tires Kathy at the St. Thomas Recreation Mr. and Mrs. Kenney Kirk Tobin who is in a hospital. 1976 Torino ~ dr. Hardtop 1976 F-150, V-8, 4 speed, Center at Lake Herman near and Carrie of Omaha, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jensen V-8, AT, PS, AC, VR 1974 F-250, V-8, AT, FS Madison. Among those attending were guests in the Charles Park- and Blair of Vjborg visited in 1973 Mustang Mach I ,1974 C-10, V-8, AT, PS were relatives and friends of the er home last week. the homes Of Bill Jensen and V-8, AT, PS KnJgge graduates from Sioux City, la; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moran and Charles Parker last week. 1973 F-250, V-8, AT, I~ York, Nebr.; Vermillion, S.D., Molly were Thursday evening Mrs. Matt Moran, Jr. and ~969 Mustang V-8, 4 speed 1970 F-100, V-8, AT Ft. Hood, Tex.; Woonsocket and guests in the Dick Bailey home Jennifer of Langford have been 1974 Maverick 2 dr. 1969 F-100, 6 cyl., 4 Madison area. at Mitchell. Greg Bailey's birth- visiting in the Matt Moran, Sr. 6 cyl., AT, PS Short WB, Utility day was observed, home. Others joining them were 1970 Buick 4 dr., V-8, AT, PS 1968 C-I0, V-8, AT, PS DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR BOWLING NEWS . . . Mr. and Mrs. Dick Heinzrnann Carrie and Paula Moran of Rapid Woonsocket Lanes. and sons of Worthing visited in City, Russell Moran, Denna [ Senior Citizens Bowling-May 16 the Norman Heinzmann and Schaeffer of Aberdeen, Jeff l 1976 Ford Mini Motor Home Sanbornuu tyr'"un"" v..-....-.IIUdI UIUl Women's High Game: Lena Charles Parkerhomeslastweek. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. 20foot, ll,000miles Druse 136, Loretta Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Matt Moran, Sr. Walter Graham in honor of 351, AC, PS, AT 135, Elsie Feistner 128. Wo- entertained a group of friends Christi and Cathy's first com- " 2~/~ years Experience as Deputy Treasurer men's High Series: Lena Druse and relatives following gradua- munion Sunday. e 20 years Edueator 361, Loretta Cunningham 341, tion Friday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kilcoin Yq Ford~ Mer Elsie Feistner 318. Men's High Dawn's graduation and Amy's hosted a surprise birthday party " ]p Your Vote Appreciated in the June 3rcl Primary Game: Bob Cunningham 158- sixtli birthday, for-Mrs. Bill Kflcoin Wednesday 153, Glenn Hopkins 141. Men's Mr. and Mrs. Dick Reider evening. Guests were Mr. and {Adv. ordered and paid by Cork Knigge} High Series: Bob Cunningham entertained a group of friends Mrs. Bert Van Dyke, Mrs. Frank 414, Glenn Hopkins 399, Herman and relatives Friday in honor of Kempf, Roger Parker and Mr. East Highway 34 WOONSocKET, S. DAK. Phone Kiel 357. Clark and Cindy's graduation, and Mrs. Bill Kilcoin.