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Woonsocket, South Dakota
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Aflends Basketball Camp Dakota State College (DSC) ho~ted its first Basketball Day School, July 14-18. Thirty-five boys and girls ages 8-18 were taugh~ fundamental skills in in- dividual dribbling, shooting and passing. Players were required to put their new knowledge to use through structured one-on- one, two-on-tw0, and three- on-three play. Individual specialized instruc- tion is emphasized throughout the week. Featured Coach Fred- rick: "A coach has very little time to work on individual funda- mentals during the winter; we feel that our c~mps do provide improvement of the skills that are required to play the game today." Pictured above is Jeff Berg (center), Woonsocket, a partici- pant in the Basketball Day Camp held on the Dakota State College campus. Pictured with Jeff are coaches Cliff Anderson (left) and Lee Fredrick (right). N. W, of Town... Mrs. W. J. McDewall, Sr. Kathryn Lola, daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. W. J. McDowali, Jr. of Ralston, Nebr. was christen- ed at St. Jeralds Catholic Church in Ralston on, Sunday, July 20. Anna Elyea of Sioux Falls, cou- sin and Robert Kirseh of Ralston, an uncle were sponsors. Mrs. W. J. McDowall, Sr. of Woon- socket was pre~ent at the christ- cuing. Mrs. McDowall returned home on Monday after spending a week at 'her son's home. Staff-M Sgt. and Mrs. Dean Higgins and family were Sunday guests at the Martin Schroeders. Also present were Mrs. Marie HJggins and Bernard Burg. The Dean ~IIiggins family have re- turm~ from a three year tour of duty in England and will be stationed in Ohio. Mrs. Edna Jense~ of Scotts- dale, Ariz. was a Tuesday sup- spent the weekend in Sioux Falls visiting at the Burdette Maurice home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Maurice and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer SCh- roeder toured Ptckstow~ and Ft. Randall on Sunday. Diane Holm of, gs and' Dan Galay of Oldham were Sun- day visitors at the Victor Hohns. John, Larry, Teresa and Lyn- ette Knight of Alpena visited their grandparents, the Elmer Sch- roeders on Tuesday. t Lucky 13 Extension The Lucky 13 Extension Club held its a~mual picnic at Lake Prior at noon July 20 with 11 members and their families pre- sent. Mr. and Mrs. William Sch- roeder and family of New Gui- nea, Mrs. Fredrica Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Madsen and Scott and, Angle Moody were guests. Mrs. Kenneth Larson's birthday was ~onored and a dec- per guest at the Bill Jensens. orated cake was brought by her Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bei, gh daughter, .~Irs. Scott Sundstrcm. M J Aviation Aerial Application Crop and Cattle Spraying Phone .48-2314 LETCHER, S. DAK. AUCTI'ON The Woonsocket Independent School District No. 1 will sell the following surplus property at an auc- tion sale to be held on--- SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1975 At the National Guard Armory beginning at 1:30 p.m. Property to be sold includes: 21 cu. ft. chest type freezer (very good) 21 cu. ft. upright freezer (very good) Frigidaire electric range (works) Monarch electric range (works) Frigidaire 8cu. ft. refrigerator (works) Decker Brother's Piano (very old) Six electric sewing "machines with cabinets Electric welder," Lincoln, 225 amp. One very old slide projector Many very old student desks Riding lawn mower Kitchen cupboards and cabhse~ (very good) Other miscellaneous items [ JlJ I lit I IIJl[ Area Coaches Move Y~nny Rural, head basketball coach~',~ Artesian High School during t~Rams' drive to con- secutive Di~ 20 championships the last two years, will assume the Clark Hi~z cage post next season. In another area coaching switch Butch Reinesch is leaving Forest- burg for Corsica. O ELLIOTT. , . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur DeBoer and Anna and Zena Scholten of Corsica were Monday even- ing guests in the Oscar and Ben Larson home. Card of Thanks A SINCERE thanks to my rela- tives and friends for the gifts, cards, flowers, telephone calls, visits and food while I was a patient at St. Johns Regional Medical Center and since I have been home. They were greatly appreciated.~Mrs. John Tor- gerson, nc THANK YOU TO EVERYONE who sent cards, letters, flowers, gifts, for visits and, phone calls while I was in the Methodist Hos- pital and for the wonderful care given by nurses and Dr. Berry. May God richly bless you all.~ Mrs. Opal Heinzman. b I .l A SINCERE THANK YOU to ~. C)l~ all relatives and friends for Woo~socket,W~'~'r~S. D. ~ cards, flowers, prayers and mem-~kes orials, gifts of food and other acts ef kindness shown to us dur- WE WISH TO ~R~#~ ing the illness and at the death of our loved one. Also a special thanks and appreci~ thanks to the Methodist Hospital dear friends for their~~ staff and nurses, to the doctors ~c s during the ~I~||~ at the Mitchell Clinic, especially loved one.--The ~[ to Dr. Berry for his wonderful Anna Buchanan. ~c:.:: care and concern; and to Rev. ~~n~on~:~ i Hamm for his comforting words; I WOULD LIKE W ~-~e7 J relatives and friendS ~ (WEA) to all who helped with the service gifts and visits whilelWoonsoet in an.,," way. May God Bless you ~:~ all.--The family of Warren Hos- the hospital. They , the mm~*tmCatlon mer. b much appreciated.~-- " Scott. ~ bire~ I WOULD LIKE to thank ev- I WISH TO tha~..~recmme eryone who sent me cards and for the cards and~ ~of I~ flowers, while I was a patient ed while in the ~g the at the hospital.--Mvs. Donald kindness is greatly -~s neg~tb Moe. b --Sybll Strand. ~a~ "/ ON BEHALF OF American ,' substan, Legion Post No. 29 I would like TOOLate to o~ propos to thank all of the YOung men that participated in Junior Leg- FOR SALE: ~. "1 W~A time of ion baseball this year. A special Speed Queen w~ thanks to George Rifle and John matic and wringer stY~ Ball for giving of their time and dryers; bath tub;~ ,dropl~ talent in coaching these boys. sinks; electric water ~me m 1 It has been a pleasure sharing and electric ra~ for all the dugout with you and I ask machine; tables; ~_~ you all to come back and play and mattresses; elee91~'.~r~otv ball for us again next year.--Post We buy refrigeratOr~ _of .F~ No. 29 Athletic Officer Mel Wolf. air conditioners, a~ again ers, dryers, applia~mg i ~oUL~ L~ ~ thank ev- it~--~hone ~ ~ eryone for thoughtfulness and McCoy. :~ach: kindness while I was in St. Jo- RUMMAGE S.AL~(~I~,e1 seph HospitaL--Mrs. Kenneth 1~ ;;i " g infants clothing; ~l~ _'~se. w Krmtson. P July 24 thru 30, 1 p.~:~ t WE WISH TO thank all our --Howard Bollack ~"~ ~e i friends for the many gifts, let- block north of Sa~~w_ su Farmers Union in lt~ of ters and cards we received on i W~of our anniversary. A special thanks WANTED: Cust-~ ~iI~ l~"tii~.~I-~ .f ,=~~llii~Iltg'~"~~'~'- to our children for making the event a memorable day. Again, Call after6 p.m.~$~. thanks.--Ivan and Margaret ha, Sr., 495-4356,~ --so tt Hopper. p Dak. HOPKINS WELDI AND REPAIR SH Partidpate in Workshop Sixty-eight students from thirty South 'Dakota high schools spent July i3-18 on the Huron College campus participating in the third annual Studen~ Council Leadership Workshop. Sanborn students enjoy~ a~ break in the program are (left to right) Judy Fredrichs, Forestburg, Tina Kilcoin, Cindy Neilson, Chris Roti, Jeff Snedeker, Woonsocket, Teresa Zimmerman, Forestburg, Mark Bittner, Woonsocket, and Welding and Repair Work OF ALL KINDS! Bob Boone, advisor. The pro- gram is sponsored by the South Dakota High School Activities Association under the direction of Mr. Ralph Wilkinson, Assis- tant Executive Secretary. Located in the former STEICHEN CHEVROLET Woonsocket, S. Dak. Shurfine - 16 oz. Mixed Vegelabtes I. 57c Shurflne - 16 oz. Peas' N Carrofs 2for ~9c Morton's--II oz. Frozen Dinners.. 49c Shurfin~ - White Angel Food Cake Mix... 15oz, 79c Shurfine ice Cream Topping 57c Kraft Jet Puffed - 10 oz. pkg. Marshmallows.. 39c Parkay- Quartered Margarine... lb. SSc Fresh Saltines... i60z.45< Cabbage.... ib.115 Vineripe Wenz Grocery ~ Woons~ket, :Dak, '~ Tomatoes... lb. 39' California Peaches.... lb..39, Cello Bag Carrols.... pkg. 19c Dawn Liquid - 32 oz. ueteraent.,,.. Shurfresh - Twin Pak Potato Chips... I U.S.D.A. Sirloin Steak.. Pm'e Lean Ground Beef.. lb. Flanery's 2-Ring - Fine or BologM... pkg. Flanery's Braunschweiger lb.