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Locals ,, and Mrs. Clare Harring- Mary and Jane of Milwau- Wis. are spending their va- visiting Mrs. Harrington's Mrs. Winfred Bennett and and friends. and Mrs. Ott Oehlerking Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oelher- Jr. and Mrs. Lottie Butts drove to Salem, Mo. they attended the wedding Bonnie Oehlerking, daugh- f Mr. and llrs. Otto Oeh- Jr., to Leo Emory of on Friday. MABEE & MABEE Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist GLASSES FITTED floor New Medical Arts over Time Theatre MITCHELL, S. D. Dr. D. C. Feistner VETERINARY SERVICE AND SUPPLY Pontiac office in the L)uis Welting bldg. 305 E. Main St. Weasington Springs, S. D. office 7132 - Res. 5171 I Dr. L. S. Betts OCULIST -- EYE- EAR - THROAT PHYSICIAN phone 3317 0vm. Waible's in Huron Mrs. Mable Edwards, Mrs. AI Benson, Mrs. Harry Samis, Shir- ley and Laura visited at the Har- vey Drager home in Sioux Falls on Saturday. They also called on the Virgil Vinces at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Walters and family were last Sunday guests at a picnic dinner at the home of Mrs. Chas. Walters, with Roy Waiters the honored guest, tte occasion being his ninth birthday. Cathy and Tammy Bennett, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Bennett of Mitchell, are visit- ing their grandmother and aunt, Mrs. Winfred Bennett and Mrs. Delbert Bennett while their par- ents are on vacation. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Grabenstien was the scene of a farewell party on Wednes- day evening, honoring Barry Gra- benstien, their son, who left oil Thursday morning to join the navy. liss Rosa and Miss Margaret Schladweiler of Madison, Minn. were Thursday overnight guests ef their cousin, Mrs. Iargare Mernaugh. Ralph Mernaugh and Kay and Larry of Watertown were Satur- day overnight guests of Mrs. 5;raret Mernaugh and Leo. _Kay will stay for a longer visit while her father and brother re- turned on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. }lerb Mettler. Mr. and Mrs. Roby Mettler of Sioux Falls and Carl Christian of Mitchell attended the wedding of a relative at Nashua. Ia. this past week and enroute home the)" visited at Algona, Ia. and at Lake (koboji. Otto Oelherking Jr. and two sons and Herb Mettler and Clar- ence took in the races at Madi- son Sunday afternoon. Guests at the Ervin Rural home Wednesday to Saturday were Mrs. Ruml's mother and brother, Mrs. Josephine Toman and Albert of Omaha, Neb. Guests during the week at Mrs. Jon Godber's were Mrs. CIar- ence Johnson, Mable Engle, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Godber, Miss Ellen Ford, Rev. Albert Schroe- der of Mitchell. Dr. A. A. Anderson CHIROPRACTOR 1718 Dakota Ave. So. Huron, So. Dak. Phone EL2-3289 Optometric Center K. W. Winjum R. D. Johnson EL2-8511 1712 Dak. S. On Hwy. 37 From Randalls THREE WAYS BETTER NEW DETERGENT ACTION OO-OP ') GASOLINES L New Deteroent Co-op"Energized'Regular and Coop'Super'P-remium cleans up and keeps clean carburetors in your tractor, car or truck. 2. Prevents carburetor ice. New'Energized'Reg- ular and'Super'Premium gasolines stop gas- wasting, stalling and gas-line freeze-up! 3: $ps corrosion drust. New Co-op'Ener- gized Regular and '5er Premium gasolines keep gas tanks, lines and fuel pumps clean and free from damaging rst! The Annual Sanborn County FARMERS UNION PICNIC Ruskin Park - 7:00 p. m. MONDAY, AUGUST 6TH SANBORN COUNTY armers Union Oil Woonsocket, South Dakota A Locally Owned Bvi.Qiness party 12 Brave 14 Prefix: Ilk0 15 Light raa" 18 Bad 17 MusiCal note 19 Printing measures 21 Peer Oynt'@ mother 22 Oriental coin, 23 Monkey. 24 Girl's name 26 Path 28 A disclple 29 Beast of burden 31 Possessive pronoun 32 Rest 33 Individual 35 Beckoned 36 Happy 37 Still 38 Go around 42 Covered with rugs 47 To remov 48 Decay 49 Anoint 50 Volcano ' 24 ..)'2 ie/'J/..i: .i: - 38 39 0 7 50 $4 N@'" 55 Wande ldl 56 Before 58 Likely 59 Ton (abbt. 60 Persian fJ/y 61 Italian city 63 Plural ending 64 Protects 66 Prepared for pubUcaUon 68 To bluster 69 Turn aside. Answer To Puzzle !o. 713 18 was sick 42 Kind ot DOWN 20 Hit with lettuce open hand 43 Being I Act 23 First king 44 Tissue 2 Chest bone of Israe] 45 Ran awaY 3 Region 25 Wine to raartY 4 Banquet vessel 46 Obligations 5 Boldness 27 Consumed 48 Vegetable 6 Composition 28 Companiort 51 City 7 Noisy 30 Debate divisions celebration 32 Argentina 52 Eat away 8 Ireland plain 55 Genan city 9 ,The sun 34 Swiss river 57 Give off 10 Yes (SD.) 35 Mongrel 60 Animal I1 Compared 37 Was foot figure of important 62 Summer speech 38 Resided (Ft.) 13 Group of 39 Dining 65 Pronoun words 40 Color lightly 6 compativo 14 Chimes 41 Eggs a 2 3 4 $ PUZZLE t40+ 714 Mrs. Lenoard Kane and Sandra and Susan Kane of Rockford, Ill. visited at the home of Mrs. Cath- erine Ford and Ellen. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Barrick and children of Des Moines, Ia. were Saturday afternoon callers on Mrs. Mildred Lindsley. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Tidmarsh and children and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Anderson and Judy were at Enemy Swim from Sunday to Wednesday. Dale spent just Sun- day and Mrs. Anderson and Judy were guests of the Tidmarshs un- til Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goudy and Bette of Artesian were Sunday afternoon and evening guests of the Arvid Kingsburys. Mrs. Vern Roland of Perry, Ia. .returned to her home this week after spending the past ten days visiting Mrs. Mildred Lindsley. Mrs. Lloyd Flagel Rains tbe past coup!e weeks hve been light; about a ha inch was received Friday, thus har- .cst and haying are pro gres.ing. Although rye and winter wheat yields were light, prospects are better for other grains. Rev. and Mrs. C. C. A. Jensen" of Northfield, Minn. have been house guests at the Christ Scott borne and Mrs. Mary Brenne has been a guest of Mrs. Hannah Ti, ompson at the+ Snnset Home. TI, ey came to attend the Scott - Jensen retnion. Mr. and Mrs. Parnell Brewick and Allen Cbristianson were re- cent guests in the Wayne Bre- wick home in Plankinton. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hanley Scott were dinner guests zt t,e Charles Reeves home in Chamberlain. Mr. nd Mrs. Dar- rell Cadwell and Kim were als , uests. House guests in the Reeves home were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ree'es and Sue of Dawson, Texas and Mr. and Mrs. How .rd Cam,bell of Ft. Worth, Tex. Ir the afternoon they all toured the Bie Bend Dam. Mr, a-d Mrs. Glen Scott and family left Tbursday to spend the week end in Canada and to at- tend te eolden weddin anniver- sary of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mer- voId (Carolina Storla) wich was held on Sunday near Star City, Sask. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Storla end Mrs. Ira Musick and cbll- Iren also attended. LuRay As- benson is stayin at the Scott Pome and Dennis and Debra Lewis are staying at Christ Scott's. The Ambitious Maids 4-H Club brought borne purple ribbous from the Share te Fun event in Chamberlain Friday evening. T+,eir ,inning number was "Wild Bill Hiccup" with all t,e mem- bers taking part, namely Zona and Debra Scott, LoRayne John son, Paulette Swair., Christy ?go- It.n, Linda Hill, Rita and Debra Johnson. Linda Scott, Mata. Mar- ei and Joan Flagel. The Monroe Wood accompanied by Mrs. El. :en Malde and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Johnson, the Harlen Seotts accompanied by Pare Fraser, Dave B,isks and Jean Ear], Gay- lord Scotts and Nancy Christo- pher and the FIagels attended the event. Sunday evening dinner guests ar W. A. Scott's were Rev. and . C. A. Jensen, Mrs. Mary Brenne of St. paul and Mrs. Hannah Thompson. Mr. and lrrs. S. A. Digerness. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Scott and family af Saunemin, Ill. left here Wednesday morning and wero coffee guests at the Darrel Cad- well home in Chamberlain as v ere Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reeves and family. Miss Agnes A-hart was honor- e; at a miseellaneous shower at t!e Storla Church basement Fri- tlay evening. Mrs. LeRoy Arhart and Mrs. Elrr,,r Feistner wer in charge of the entertainment 'hieh consisted of songs by group of ladies depicting the s.'eps and events in Agnes' life. A luncheon was served and the honored guest received many lovely ifts. Tb.e hostesses were Rose, Ida, Viona, Arlene, Lorea and Elsie Feistner and Edna Arhart. Miss Arhart will be married to Richard Extrum of Kimball August 12 at Storla. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott, Mrs. Hannah Thompson and M.r. bfary"  were Saturday din- te guests at Christ Scott's. Mr. and Mrs. David Thompsot: and children of Ames, Ia. came Saturday to visit relatives, hav- ing spent Friday evening and were overnight guests at the Ar- land Feistner home in Sioux Falls. They are now at the Fred Feistner ,home an d plan to be visiting here a couple weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Johnson left Sunday morning for Colorado Springs and Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Len Anderson, accompanied b,9 Mrs. Lavern Lar n and son took Mrs. Ida Thomp- son to Wllllston, N. Dak. to the Carl Olson home. Mrs. Olson, 21rs. Thompson and Mrs. Ander- son are sisters and brother. They will also visit ot,er relatives A family pienic was held at the Theodore Feistnet Pomp Sun- day for the Feistner families. Mr. and Mrs. John Crai and family of Mitc'eIl were Sunday supper and evening guests at t'e Viksna home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trotter of Madison, Wise. were Sanday eve- ning visitors at the Monroe Wods borne. Mrs. Darlene Thompson, Mrs" Mac Anderson and Mrs. Roy Ht. ton were among t'e coffee party guests of Mrs. Albert Selland re- cently. Karen Fri.tad is assisting with the house work at her grandpar- en* t'o -Ya  .Ta'nbons. The Ken Nolan family spent Saturday nig t at t,eir cabin at Twin Lakes. Mrs. C'ristena Han. sen and Mrs. Ella jelm were St,nday dinner guests and after noon eallers were Mr. ad Mrs. lred jo-dsen, Mr. and Mrs. EI- m.r 0 on and. Mr. and Mrs. henry BLOW. Mr. and Mrs. Berdean Hill re- turned last Stmday night from Rochester, Minn. A family gat"erin was held in honor of Mrs. John Hill and boy oi Dallas, "rex. at te Gene Hess home T ursday evenine for a pot luck dinner, roe preset were Mr. and Mrs. I!oward Eastman, Mr. and Mrs. Jot*n Diles, Mr. and Mrs. Don Boss and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Erickson Assembly of God Church, Rev, D. E. Hostetter, pastor: The church with a warm welcome. Sunday School at I0, morning worship at 11. Youth serviee 7:00 Sunday. Sunday evening service at 8:00. Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. Forestburg Presby t e r 1 a n Church, Edward Meyer, minister: Sunday School at 10:00, Morning Worship at 11:00. Artesian Wesleyan Methodis! Church. Rev. and Mrs. H. Vreug- denhil, pastors. Sunday School 10:00. Church service 11:00. Youth services the second and last Sunday at each month at 7:30. Services each Sunday eve- ning at 7:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30. St. Wilfrid's Catholic Church, L. J. Janus, pastor: Masses Sm- {lay at 7:30 and 9:30. Daily Mass at 7:15. Confessions 4 to 5 and 8 to 9 Saturdays. Baptisms on Sundays after first Mass. ID Pearl Wesleyan Methodist urch, 4/a miles north of Har many Hall. J. tiurman, Minister. Church services at 9:30. Sunday s%,hool at I0:15. Tuesday, prayer servlces 7:45 p.m. Letcher Congregational Church. George M. Chasney, minister. Worship service at 10:00. Sunday School at 11:00. Farwell Methodist, R e v. Brown, pastor. Worship service 9:30. Sunday School 10:45. Artesian Methodist, R e v. Brown, pastor. Worship at 11:00. Sunday School at 9:55. O Mt. Olive Lutheran, W. Wetz- stein, pastor. Worship service at 9:00. Sunday School 10:00. Bethlehem Lutheran Church. Werner Wetzstein, Pastor. Sua- day school at 9:30. Divine ser. vices at 19:30. Storla Lutheran. Worship serv- ice 9:30. Sunday School 10:45. A- LCW August 8th at 2:00. Trinity Lntheran. Sun d a y School 9:45. Worship service 11: t0. Choir practice 8 p.m. Friday evening. Congregational picnic Wcnsocket Sunday, August 5th at Lake Prior following Sunday School. Parish: Rev. Wigdahl will con- duct the serviees. Young Couples Club meet at Trinity August 5 at 6:30 p.m. Each couple bring two servings of dessert. Solberg Lutheran Church, rural Lane, Stanley Peterson, "Pastor. Sunday services: Worship 9:00- Sunday School 10:00. (Communion Services.) Zion Emmanuel Lutheran Lane. Sunday School 9:15. War. hip 10:30. (Communion SC-v. ices.) and Peter, Isabel Erickson and lonard Olson. Mrs. Hill was formerly Madeline Eastman. Mr. tiill went on to Sisseton to attend the funeral of his father at Sis- at.ton. Bethany Lutheran, Dwane H. Shay, Pastor. Morning Worship at 8:30. Sunday School at 9:45. Choir rehearsals Thursday, Jun- iors at 7:00, and seniors at 8:00. Stewardship Circle meets Friday at the home of Mrs. Marvin Kap- tel. Luther League Monday eve. ning at 7:30. Christian Educa- !on meets Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Charles Back- fund. "orestburg I,utheran. Morning .,orship at 9:45. Sunday Schol at 10:45. Luther League on Tues- day evening at 7:30. First Methodist Church, Woon- socket. Dr. Jack Early, guest n.inister. Morning worship 8:55. Presiding Dave Druse; usher, Doug Druse. 10:00: Church school Mrs. Clifford Ball, supt+ Cuthbert: Sunday 9:30. Church School, Mrs. Raymond Linke, supt. 10:30: Morning worship. a The great white shark, com- monly referred to as a man-eat- ing shark, is only one of 28 of tl, e 300 living species of shark which are known to be danger. ous to man. -- Sports Afield. Floyd . : . +v,. a. A. Drake Miss Donna Schavey spent Ttesday and Wednesday with her cousin. Eliner Drake at N.S.T.C. at Aberdeen. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baxul and WOONSOCKET NEW8 Woonsocket, S. D. -- Page $ Thursday, August 2, 1962 NOTICE The Post Office Department has increased the rate of sending the address of the subscribers back to this of- fice ff a change has been made in the subscribers ad dress. These letters cost 10c each when sent back by the Department. When moving or if you are changing address, please notify us immediately. --Thank Youl grandaughter of Chicago and Mr. :nd Mrs. Arthur Disher and Mr. :)isher's :ister and husband of XVash., sisters and brother of Otto Zimmerman visited here the last few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jo Walkenshaw d daughter of Bremerton, \\;Vash.. and Mrs. Maude Batemar xere supper guests at the R. M.. Rhoads home July 21. Mrs. Ger- maine Bauer and Mrs. Lorinda Roache, of La Crosse, Wise. vi,ited tbem Sattrday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth David- son, of Van Nuys, Calif., arriv- ei last week and are visiting old friends here. They sold their farm 1;:st week to the Fish and Game (,partment. They will visit their d:,ghter in Kansas this week and will try to locate some place to live in the southern states. Donna Schavey and Eliner Drake visited at the Chester Crandall home Friday evening. Mrs. Ella Pearson spent Fri- 0.,y with her brother at the John ?,laurer home. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Stuart spoke at Pearl Church Wednes- clay. They are Missionaries from Bolivia. NEW LOCATION FOR G. B.'s Liquor Store I am taking over the management of The G. B. LIQUOR STORE The new +drive-in location is Ihe old Websler $1alion. Directly north of the SCS Your patronage will be appreciated JOHN ROACHE, JR. RIGHT NOW!I! BI6 SUMMER S001N6S ON MONTEREYS! i iiiii ii i ii i J ii iiiiiii i ii ii i i _ Now's the time to buy the car d your dreams, a spankin' new 1962 Mercury Monterey-and save real money! Prices are lower than ever on every model! But don't wait too long-and wind UP sorry! Come in now during Mercury's big Summer Jamboree-and SAVE! ii Best buys on used cars, toot Buy now and save[ SUPER SERVICE GARAGE Woonsocket S D,] Phone PY6-4685