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A--nd-mo__ Wash. are spending Monday to Thursday in the Martin Schore- der home. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Schroe- d'er and girls of Ramona, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schroeder and Family 20th Reanioa The 20th annual Maurer re- was held at the 4-H build- at Forestburg Aug. 3 with, 70 relatives and friends Mr. and Mrs. Charles girls, Mr. and Mrs. Don Beckord and boys of Seattle, Wash. and Wayne Schroeder were Tuesday supper guests in the Martin Schroeder home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Steichen were Friday evening visitors in Mr. and Mrs. Bob Beach and Kim spent Saturday in Ver- million and were able to obtain housing there. Mr. and Mrs. G.E. Bollinger and Mrs. Alice Bollinger attend- ed a family picnic in Mitchell Mrs. Bob Beach was entertain- ed at a dinner at Twin Lakes Thursday evening. Others at- tending were Mrs. Charles Swanson, Mrs. Darrell Hoxsie, Mrs. Duane Beaches and Mrs. Marion Larson. Dan Ball is visiting in the Bert Snider, Jr. home at Pierre this week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eddy returned home Wednesday after spending a week camping at the Black Hills. Lonne Senska has signed a contract to teach indus- trial arts and for assistant baseball and basketball coach with the Sioux Valley School system in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford and Mr. and Mrs. Terry were in charge of the attending were John Ella Pearson, Mr. and Otto Zimmerman, Robert Maynard Edwards, Mr. Suo". Jackson Mrs. Delbert Johnson and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Rich Mess and this Friday, Aug. 8 stertiag at ,9 and Mrs. Art Overlld and family, sons and Dayle and Ronee Hox- a.m. sponsored by the Women s " " " Sioux Falls were Sunday guests, sie were Sunday guests in the Softball Team. b Mrs. Meleolm Lamoa Mary Hinker and Victor were Delbert Hoxsie home. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Mulligan Mr. and Mrs. Larry Reimer Saturday evening visitors in the Stephanie Baysinger and Ryan and Joan and Mr. and Mrs. and girls of Huron were Satur- Pete Rankin home. and Paula Usher of Sioux Falls Emil Feistner were Thursday day dinner guests in the Leonard Mr. and Mrs. AI Klitzke were are visiting this week in the Stan evening, July 24 visitors and Reimer home. Mrs. Delbert Pearson, Kar- and Brenda, Mr. and Mrs. Wormstadt, Mr. and Mrs. Edw~ds, Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, Greg and Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Jonda, Jolene and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mary Hansen, El- &It, Richard Aft, Anna Pear- Mrs. Carl Pearson and Tim- all of Forestburg; Mr. and Brad Rigge, Cameron and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mr. and Mrs. erie of Artesian; Mr. and Arthur Olson, Gary, Dale, and Lori, Mr. and Mrs. Larson, Jason, Joshua, and Charley of Woon- Mr. and Mrs. Dwight and Melissa, White Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ruud, Judy Janish, Sioux Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Elgin, Ia.; Mr. and Lester Worms~dt, Tammy Jason, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- Tolbert, Huron; Mrs. Walker, Karen and Weasington Springs. were Jackie Johnston, Feigner, Mitchell; Alfred Herried; Erin Brown Paula Nielsen, Woonsocket. 1981 committee inch~des and Mrs. Arthur Olson and and Mrs. Delbort Pearson. Club July Less at I00 total of 48% pounds was the past week by the TOPS Club. This brought total pounds lost for the of July to 100. chairman, Betty Shaheen, the meeting to order. The salute and pledge were re- The TOPS theme song .ung. secretary's and treasurer's were read and approved. call d~answered by re- with pounds lost for Week. Grace Duncan receiv- award for most pounds during the week. Martha received the crown for pounds lost during the TOPS awards book was for everyone to look and some communica- were read. Bergeleen and Babe a program on FOR AI~ YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS Coatact Brisbine Agency Sanborn C~nty 7%-4423. Home 7964377 August Plans Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oaidey, Woonsocket, wish to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Beth to Gary Klingbile, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Schwartz, all of Brookings, and the late Earl Klingbile. An August 23 wedding date has been set. Supper Club Entertained Supper Club was entertained in the home of Mrs. Marvin Vearrier Monday evening. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Floyd Elenz, Mrs. Donald Swenson, Mrs. Earl Schabot and Mrs. Bernard Steichen. Senior Citizens Card Parties Pinochle was played at seven tables at the Senior Citzens Cen- ter Friday night. High scorers were Clara Merriman and Bob Cunningham. Runnersup were Mae Trudeau and C.T. Mouw. Monday night, pitch was play- ed at 11 tables. Selma Schroeder and Cleo Trudeau were high scorers, and runnersup were Va- letta and Walter Johansen. Serving committee was Selma Schroeder, Idella Alfson and OUie Thompson. NW of Town Mrs. Toni Luthl Mary Hinker and Victor were Thursday visitors in the Lau- rence Rankin home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hinker and Michael were Saturday dinner guests and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rankin were Sunday afternoon callers. Robert Cross, York, Neb.-is spending this week in the Lau- rence Rankin home. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rankin were Monday morning callers in the Tony Luthi home. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Rankin and Bob- by Cress were Saturday evening visitors. Cheryl and Steve Larson spent the weekend there. Paula Larson spent the week- end in the Robert Larson home. Mrs. Tony Luthi, Tins and Jim were Monday callers in the Ro- bert Hinker home. Mr. "and Mrs. Martin Schroe- der and Wayne were Friday" evening visitors in the Marie Higgens home in Wessington Springs, They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Michael Higgens of Corpus Christi, Tax. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schroe- der and Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Beach were Sunday morning guests in the DOn Ver- hey home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Beckord, THE HOMEUTE'ST-100 Gasoline-Powered String Tdmmer /'i ,~Trims closer in than a lawn- mower can go farther out than an electric can reach Only 71/4 Ibs. (lightest -.Qasline . trimmer. made)-, Exclusweldle-Lme fea- ture advances string only when idling -- Saves plants from unex- pected string advance 20" cut- ting path (largest of any string trimmer) Homelite 1.3 hp 2-cycle engine Adjustable handle for better balance Fuel Thursday callers in the Vollie Elias home to welcome Michelle home from the hospital after having surgery. Mr. and Mrs. AI KIRzke and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyers attended the Villbrandt-Aalbu wedding in Wessington Springs Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. AI KIR~e were Sunday dinner guests in the Vollie Elias home. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jensen and boys of North Platte, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jensen and Blair of Viborg were weekend guests lathe Bill Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Alt and family were Sunday guests and Ada's birthday was celebrated. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jensen, Mart Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jensen and boys were Monday supper guests in the Cliff Alt home. Thursday dinner guests in the Bill Jensen home were Ruth and Sylvia Shannon and Mrs. Ronald Shannon of Mitchell. A number of Farmers Union Senior Youth members met at the Charles Swenson home to work on the 1980 project. They also attended the Sanborn Coun- ty Farmers Union meeting at Forestburg and gave a revert. Butler.. Mrs. Arvin King~bur~ Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Kingsbury took Shawna Kingsbury to Sioux Falls Tuesday where she flew to her home in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Shawd took the Campbell boys back to their home near Cologne, Minn. this weekend. The boys spent the summer here with their grand- parents. Jeff Shawd and Bob Walz rode their bikes to Huron Friday. and rode home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Kingebury attended a Godber family picnic in Mitchell Sunday. The com- plete family of Cleo Godbor were present. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Mathis and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Amick hosted a picnic at Amicks for Nancy Kelly and husband of Georgia. A very large group of neighbors, relatives and friends attended. Lightening struck a tree on the airstrip of John O'Connels Sun- day night and started a grass fire. The Letcher Fire Depart- ment put it out. Mr. and Mrs. John Pets of Estherville, Is. visited at the Albert Steckel home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. BOb Steckel and J.R. visited the Rodney Shawds Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Peta.of Estherville, la. were here to attend the annual Peta reunion at Hitchcock Park in Mitchell. The Pets family were residents of Butler township at one time. (Last Week) Gordy Anderson of Oklahoma visited the A. Kingsbury's Wed- nesday. He was a vo-tech class- mate of Dee Kingsburys. Congratulations to Connie Ver- meulen and Bill Dean who were married Friday evening in Let- cher. A dance was held in Arte- sian. Shawna Kingsbury was an overnight guest of Jackie Shawds. She spent the weekend with her grandmother. Jo Gaston at Artesian. , Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lenning of Huron spent Saturday at Jeff Shawds Maakestad home. WEDNESDAY Winners Wo- men's Bowling League will meet Tuesday, August 12 at 8 p.m. at t~e Woonsocket Lanes. Anyone interested in bowling in the league should attead this meet- ing.~Dorthy Foes, president, p Mr. and Mrs. Keith Walz and Brenda of Fulton were weekend guests in the AI Hamann home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Steichen joined them for dinner on Sun- day. Bill Hamann and Mrs. Nina Leines of Mitchell and Tracy Leines of Wagner joined them in the afternoon. Larry Ball and David Howard of Sioux Falls visited from Satur- day to Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Esther Ball. Mr. and Mrs. Osmund Des- Marais of Buffalo, Minn. were recent guests in the Ray McCoy- Irene Eddy home. Mrs. Eddy accompanied them to Rapid City to visit with Mrs. Marie Magirl and other relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Mulligan and Joan of Phoenix, Ariz. were visitors and houseguests at the Emil Feigner home, July 24 to 28. They also visited at the Paul Klemm home. Mrs. Mulligan is a sister of Mrs. Feistner and Paul Klemm. PIE SALE, Sunday, Sept. 10 at St. Wilfrid's Farish Hall, 10:30 a.m. to 12 aoon.--Spon- sored by St. Newman's Circle. b Mr. and Mrs. Terrence Schim- ks, Dawn and Lee of Wessington Springs were Thursday evening guests in the Gerald Klaas home. Mr. and Mrs. Gayien Mustain of Fairplay, Me. visited in the John Brown home from Tuesday until Saturday. Mrs. Mustain is a sister of Mr. Blewn. Mr. and Mrs~Tom Weather- ford and family~ Jefferson, Is: left Sunday ~ being here to attend the Willy Weather-ford- Patty Paterson wedding July 26 at Alpena. Mrs. Jenevieve Bruce of Sedalla, Mo. was here for the wedding and returned to her home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eddy, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eastman of Salem and Mrs. Gary Eddy, Chad and Stacey were Sunday evening dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Jennie Eddy. Paula Senska of Aberdeen and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Senska spent the weekend in Sioux Falls. RUMMAGE Moving Sale: Fri- day, Aug. 8 from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and 6 to 9 P.m. Bob Beach home - east door [into base- ment], b Mrs. Ole Olson of Mitchell was a Saturday evening guest in the Stan Maakestad home. Mr. "and Mrs. Frank BuR of W essington Springs were Thurs- day evening visitors in the Del- bert Hoxsie home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Merriman of Anaheim, Calif. and Mrs. Edna Kruse of Montgomery, Ala. left for their homes Friday after visiting here two weeks in the home of Mrs. Clara Merri- man. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jenssen and family are vi~.;ting in the Black Hills this ~,eek. Mr. and M:s. Tom Ball and family of Aberdeen. were week- end guests in the home of Mrs. Esther Ball. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Beach at- tended the Soil Conservation pic- nic at Twin Lake Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Regynski visited in the Lloyd Plate home lunch guests at the Milton Wel- ter home. The former Mrs. Edward H. Pierce, now Mrs, Ruth Mattson of Platte was a patient at Huron Ragional Medical Center, Huron. She had kidney stone surgery July 28. Sunday guests in the John Brown home were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kempf and Karla, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Zell and Mrs. Frank Kempf. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jamlaon, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jorgenson Sunday night visitors in the Neff Hegjz home were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bloodgeod of Cavour. Bradley Bennett of Sioux Falls spent last week in the Jim and Nell Hegg homes. Mr. and Mrs. Sehnar Paterson of Lawnsdale, Calif. and C.H. Paterson of Huron visited in the Nell Hegg home Saturday after- noon. Mrs. Ernest Fenske, Mrs. Er- via Fenske and Mrs. Earl Hegg visited in the Nell Hegg home Friday afternoon. tank in handle for easier refueling on Friday eveningr Uses large, high-qualitY .095" ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i d*a. st~ing ~,, ~ Help!! Help!! II Endsole]!Of j MOVING SALE e Season .... 1 ili/!1 While 3 Lasts Kenmorea!,~omaticwasher I i (ii;: ~;~i;~ $~ ~I~ 9,' ~ Kreln:mdl ca~:e~Frerator, 6 me. old I ~I!L YT' " I :eh~irly sTr ~ngma tt r e ss and I ~..~f Carton Price - rlpoo] freezer, 9 cu. feet ~i ~ In Miscellaneous clothes mm appel s Hardwar " " A]~ some colle~zbles e ii , lib Hahy furnitures: tools I Dame. W oonsocket I 0nsocket, S. Oak. ~ ill ks s,,uth of Den's Silver Dullar and ,/~ block east J mmmmmmmmmm Woonsockat News Artesian Commonwealth Woonsocket, SD 57386-Page 8 Thursday, August 7, 1980 and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Lerson and family of Wol- sey were Sunday dinner guests in the Ruben Jorgenson home at Toronto. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Coul- thard and Travis spent July 23 to July 28 at St. Louis, Me. and also visited the John Jungs at Manchester, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hoxsie, Rochelle and Danny accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Mark Meyers and family of Huron to Sioux Falls Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gutzmer were Sunday supper guests in the Kenneth Parker home. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Turley of Sioux Falls spent the weekend in the home of Mrs. Alta Pence. Mr. and Mrs. Art Hewer of Letcher joined them in the after- noon. Mr. and 1VIrs. Jim Moran and Molly were Sunday supper guests in the Dick Bailey home at Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Johnson of Superior, Nebr. were Sunday evening visitors in the John Ball home. Mr. and Mrs, Vern Merriman of Mitchell and Mrs. Allen Oberembt and Cathy of Grand Forks, N.D. were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mrs. Clara Merriman. Mrs. Dorothy Schlicht and Shelly, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jenssen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Warner of Mitchell were Thursday evening dinner guests in the Dan Moran home at Stickney. Mr. and Mrs. Jens- son's anniversary was observed. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jansen and sons of North Platte, Nebr. visited Thursday to Tuesday in the Milton Authier and Bill Jan- sen homes. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Chris- topherson and Dustin are moving to Wolsey this week. Mrs. Chris- topherson has accepted a position , with the Wolsey School system where she will be teaching ele- mentary music. The Tom Weatherford family of Jefferson, Is. sad Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weatherford and Craig were Friday evening din- ner guests in the Wally Wea- therford home at Alpena. Jennifer Heg, g spent Tuesday to Friday in the Roger Hinker home of Fedora. Mrs. Anna Pearson and Alfred Russon visited in the Margaret Hopper home Saturday night. / Jedi and Dawn Hopper spent the weekend with their grand- mother, Mrs. Margaret Hopper. Howard Hopper of Watertown spent Sunday in the Margaret Hopper home. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Peterson of Cavour visited in the Earl Hegg home Sunday afternoon. Friday supper guests in the Don Snedeker home were Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Snedeker of Huron. Forestburg.. Mr. and Mrs. Wally Burrill were Sunday visitors in the home of Joan and Jay Krueger, Sioux Falls. Mrs. Elizabeth Nickelson of Prairie View Care Center spent Saturday at Huron in the home of her so~ and family, the L.J. Nickelsons. Completing Basic Training During the first week of' July, new members of the Woonsocket National Guard unit who are currently taking basic training in Fort Leonard Wood, Me., were visited by their recruiter. These new South Dakota Guardsmen were in their fifth week of a 12-week basic training and basic engineering course, These three Woonsocket Guardsmen are part of a "Da- kota Platoon" which is composed of another 65 new Guardsmen from all over South Dakota who will be together throughout their training., The Woonsocket Guardsmen will return home a- bout the third week in August in time to start college or vocation- al school which the Guard will help pay for. Shown from left are SSG Ran- dy Meyer, Huron, Army NG Recruiter, Privates Neal Mathis," Jeff Berg and Troy Paterson. We will serve private parties anytime in the evening! Sunday Dinner NO FRIDAY FISH FRY TILL FALL :Hiway Cafe ,oo..,o_. ,.,o,o., 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. 6 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Friday Sunday Woonsock~t, S Dak. 6 a.m. to I0 p.m. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. WAYNE GRASS FEEDS ADVAHTAGES 11. Elmd~ ~mL 4 Ibs. Wayne Grass & Slm,ql~, Mem ~ Calsw. Feeds yield 1 lb. gain on the average. Creepfed calves have less mortalttyand 2. ~ W~ W~i~i~ Calves are more resistant to disease. can gain 45 -- 12.5 Ibs. rnore by weaning 7. Im~m~l l~mtmm atlll~./~xe time when creep fed with Wayne. animaiscan be handled per acre when calves $. ~ ~ Creep fed calves, and yearlings are fed WayneGrass Feeds. including fl3ose from 13oo1" milkers, will B. ~ i=lmdMIl~. As feeder have consistent weaning weights, As a calves, Wayne creep fed calves start resuJt.theyaremoreatWacOveat market on feed faster. 4. ~s ~tts. ~mr.lf c~s ca~ ~. ~~ zmctm~. has been creep fed, she requires less Cattle make more efficient use of time and feed to regain reproduc~ available nutrients in grass. Eat less, , conditioning. Thus, cows breed , so more cattle can be carried per acre. back quicker and conception occurs 10. llem4~ Cmtl~ Off qmm,. On the over shorter time. average, when cattle receive Wayne Grass S. Wmm~ll ~ll~llucs& Calves Extenders, they come elf grass in better wean easier, miss cow less and shrink condition and are 50-1 O0 Ibs. heavier than less. They also can be weaned eadier, animals on glass alone. This meansyou sell more bed and realize a higher net profit per head. AWl Woonsocket, S Oak. Aff,eO M,II$ fnc ~