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Baseball... Woonsocket traveled to Scot- land on Friday, July 25 for the Region 2B Legion baseball tourn- ament. In the first game Woonsocket lost to a tough Scotland team 15-1. Pitcher Dennis Bierle held Woonsocket to 3 hits in the 5-inning contest. Rod Kopfman, Greg Bollinger and Randy Kovf- man collected Woonsocket's hits. Mike Knust took the loss for Woonsocket which was plagued with six errors. On Saturday Woonsocket squared-off against Beresford in an attempt to fight out of the loser's bracket. The errors came again, however, and Woonsocket suffered a 15-9 setback. There was a series of miscues and Woonsocke.t ended the game with 12 errors in all. Rod Kopfman, the Woonsockat pitcher, took the loss. Woonsock- et's offense was led by Kregg Krueger with 3 hits and Danny Ball with two. Woonsocket ended with a 13-4 record. Ambulance Assn. Traininl Held Sanborn County Ambulance Service held their July 29th meeting at the Lake Prior Beach area with 15 members and 15 guests present for the training session on "Water Rescue" that was conducted by Dorthy Foos, training officer for the group. With the aid of Ran Bittner, Carl Kappel and Trent Foos, who are members of the fire department, Sheriff Jim Klein- lein, Deputy Sheriff Toby Van Pelt, and Ray Boschee, head life guard, the group was instructed on how to rescue a victim who had been injured by either boat- ing, diving or other water relat- ed accidents. Ray Boschee demonstrated the possible reaction of a drowning vi~im and various ways of res- cue. Ms. Foes explained dif- fereht types of material that can be used in water rescue tech- niques such as a spare tire, ironing board, woven fence, doors, etc. The business meeting was conducted by President Alven Peterson. Civil Defense arm bands were distributed to the E.M.T.'s to be used at a disas- ter site. that Bob Beach had accepted a position in Vermillion and will be moving in the near future. TXhe association is sorry to see them leave as both have been very active in the ambulance work since 1976. Discussion was held on re- cruiting new members as their numbers have been declining. It was announced that there will be an 81 hour EMT course in Hu- ron starting in September to train any interested people. Sanborn FU Camp Held The 4-H Building at Forest- burg, South Dakota was the site of the annual Sanborn County Farmers Union Youth Camp which was held July 28 under the direction of Mrs. J.A. Schroeder of Woonsocket, South Dakota, Sanborn County Farmers Union Educational Director. Registration began the day at 9:30 a.m. and the. campers spent the one day of camp singing, holding classes on Farmers Union and cooperatives, handi- craR of staining beards and de- coupaging pictures on them. Sack lunches were enjoyed by the campers. Art Schroeder and Herb Tollefson visited camp and played many games with the youth. Assisting Mrs. Schroeder were Leota Roth, Education Director for District II Farmers Union from Spencer; Kelly Hughes, Lisa Swenson, Pam Swanson, Valerie Swanson and Kathy Swanson, and summer camp helpers Geri Oster and Jill Dahme from the state office in Huron, South Dakota. Those attending the Sanborn County Farmers Union Youth Camp were Jody Hopper, Dawn Hopper, Kim Dorniden, Koli Bo- schee, Amy Larson, Tina Luthi, Mike Dorniden, Troy Larson, Darci Boschee, Tracy Larson, Karl Cahill, Paul and Darren Swanson, Deanna Larson, Cheryl Larson, Marvie Larson, Paula Larson, Jennifer Hegg, Neal Hegg all of Woonsocket, S.D..; Jolene Hansen, Brenda Pearson, Amy Baysinger, Jonda Hansen, Greg Edwards, Jeralee Bauer, David Larson, Chris Larson all of Forestburg, S.D.; Danette Zoss, Karla Zoss both from Mitchell, S.D.; Rick Anton of Los Angeles, Calif.; and Brad Bennett from Sioux Falls, S.D. Mrs. Otto Zimmerman and Mrs. Ella Pearson visited John Maurer and Hattie Eschen Wed- nesday afternoon. Donna Schavey, Carol and Harvey Bates and Patricia Brown spent Saturday with Eliner Drake. Mr. and Mrs. Damen Eining and Carol Schmidt attended the Hiawatha Pageant at Pipestone, Minn. Saturday evening. Idella Alfson, ellis Thompson, Janet and Jennifer Weber were Tuesday evening supper guests of Eliner Drake. About 70 relatives met Sunday at the Forestburg 4-H building for the Maurer reunion. Silver Creek.. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond I.ind- sley of Cedar Falls, Ia. were weekend guests of the Lowell Lindsleys. The Raymond Lind- sleys attended her class reunion and visited friends in Delmont on Saturday. Visitors in the Mary Hinker home have been Mr. and Mrs. William Hinker and Lee and Mrs. Ronnie Paterson and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Baysinger and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baysin- ger and family were Saturday evening visitors of the Verald Baysingers. GRANDSON DIES Brad Schlim, 15, Huron, died Saturday evening as the result of a motorcycle accident. The funeral was Tuesday, Au- gust 5 at 2 p.m. in American Lutheran Church with the Rev. James Knudson and the Rev. Ronald Brugger officiating. Bur- ial was in St. Martin's Ceme- tery. Bradley Robert Schlim was born July 23, 1965, at Huron to Robert G. and Carol J. Schlim. He attended Washington School and had completed the eighth grade at Huron Junior High School. He competed with the hockey team and participated on the wrestling squad. Survivors include his parents of Huron; two sisters, Sasha, 8, and Carrie, 1; grandparents, Mrs. Rubin {Agnes} Funk of Woonsocket, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McNutt of Huron; great grandmothers, Mrs. Frank {Katherine} Ferguson, Huron, and Mrs. Stena Schlim of How- ard. Joyce Beach told the group St0rla :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Floyd... !!il ................................ iii! Dr. L. S. Betts Storla--TrinityLutheranChur- iiii --OCULIST-- ili Mrs. Hofer, mother of Mrs. Edwin Wyld and Alma Hofer, a ches. Neale C. Thompson, pas- iili EYE - EAR iiili sister, spent Monday to Wednes- tar. Sunday, Aug. 10, 8:30 a.m. Worship Trinity; 10:0C a.m. day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Worship Storla. i!ii NOSE - THROAT fill: Wyld. iiilii ii!iii Eliner Drake was a Wednes- Albert Scotts received word of PHYSICIAN day evening supper guest of Mr. the birth of a new grandson July ::!ii Huron, S. Oak. ::~::i and Mrs. Marvin Friese in 30 in Madrid, Spain, to their i!ii 1407 Dakota S. ::!il Huron. son, Capt. and Mrs. Brad Scott. ~.i:i +: Marianne Segwick of Olympia, He weighed I0 pounds 9 ounces :i:i: Phone 352-3317 !:i:i .:.: ~ : : : : :. :: :. : : :, :.~.:,:.~.:.:,~ ...................... Wash. and Eliner Drake visited Mrs. Phil Hubbard at Mitchell Friday afternoon. Letcher, Dak. We are equipped for Livestock and Grain Hauling Licensed and Bonded Order Buying Service Buying and Selling all classes of cattle daily -- CALL Doyle Selland 248-2479 - Arian Selland 248-2412 A MENS JEANS N "w'lO' Aiso: SPeciai:P rices on Childern 's Jeans Double Bed S399 Blankets Reg. $8.98 and has been named,-Neff An- drew. He has one brother and is the tenth grahdchild for the Scotts. Mr. and Mrs. Mandus Fristad attended a play "See How They Run" at the Johnson Fine Arts Center in Aberdeen, Friday night. Merle Friatad played a lead role in the cast. Thursday evening, about 30 young people from the Brook- field Lutheran Church, Brook- field, Wis. presented a program at Storla Lutheran. They were the "Spiritual Light and Power and the Music Machine". A Parish Youth Supper was held prior to the concert and tltey stayed at the following homes: Alvin Thompson, Chuck Reeves, Bob Sonne, Orlin Runestad, Art Jansen, Archie Anderson, Arian Feistner, Don Christopher, De- wane Johnson, Paul and Keith Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutton were Sunday dinner guests of the Lyle Johnsons at Mitchell and later visited Annie and Lyle Storla. About 30 attended the Couples Club Steak Fry held at Storla Church, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lavoie and family came Monday after- noon to the Flagels en- route home from Denver, Colo. where they had spent the past two weeks, Raymond being at Army Reserve sessions. They left Wednesday afternoon to visit relatives at Balaton and St. Cloud, Minn. before returning home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thomp- Son, Mrs. Alida Berg and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Nelson, Sr. were Sunday evening dinner guestr at Elwin Johnsons. Mrs. Jan Godber, Jeff and Mike of Hot Springs are house guests at Elmer Mickelsons and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Halls and Ryan, also of Hot Springs are guests at the Darcy Mickelsons. A family picnic was held in Mitchell, Sunday with the above Kingsbury. The above were Monday evening dinner guests at the Elmer Mickelsons, with the exception of the Kingsburys. Cleo Godber's birthday was also observed on Sunday. Saturday evening dinner guests at the Orlin Rune'dt~ds were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hart-. son and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Brainbridge of Ethan. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Frasez attended the Belding family re- union held at the Lynn Nick home at Brighton, Colo. last weekend. Mrs. Emma Fraser and Brad Nick accompanied them. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Bensen, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sheen, Michael and Gregg of Bristol, Wis. stopped at the Fra- sers, enroute home from the Belding reunion. Shirley Anderson and Mildred Selland came from Star Buck, Minn. Thursday. Mildred has been staying at the Andersons for some time. Shirley returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Thomas, Faith and Luke, of Spring Grove, Minn. came Friday to the De- wane Johnsons and plan to re- turn home Wednesday. Other guests at the Johnsons for Satur- day dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Scott and Matt, Plankinton, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moody and family, and Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson and Eric all of Mit- cheU. Mr. and Mrs. S.D. Murphy of Forestburg were Sunday after- noon and supper guests at Lloyd Flagels. Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dewane John- sen at a Mitchell restaurant were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Thomas and family, Gladys Johnson of Mit- chell and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fox of Alexandria. Edwin Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Blindauer was baptiz- ed at Storla Lutheran Church, Sunday afternoon by Pastor Sol- berg. His sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Garv Thomas, Lane... Mrs. George Brandenburg Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sheffield visited at the Kneeland Kramer home at Lotcher Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Madsen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bult to Faulkton where they visited Tuesday and Wednesday at the Peg Bult and Marvin Bult homes. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meyer spent Sunday evening at the Harry Schroeder home and were lunch guests. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Starr of Virginia spent a week at the parental Dale Start home. They also visited relatives and friends in Lane, Alpena and Wessington Springs. They reported that their two little daughters had won the baton twirling contest in their district and state and are now eligible to compete in the nation- al contest. The girls and their parents are to be~congratulated on winning this achievement. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meyer called at the George Villbrandt home last Tuesday and were coffee guests. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Madsen and Mrs. Marvin BuR, Ryan and Brock visited at the Henry Mad- sen home in Huron on Monday afternoon. Gayleen Brandenburg and Christopher Brandenburg visited at the George Brandenburg home last Sunday afternoon. Gayleen returned home Friday from Fort Lewis, Wash. where she had completed six weeks training in the R.O.T.C. Advance Attend Basketball Camps During the months of June and July, over 500 young boys and girls from South Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska and New York took part in the 1980 edition of the Bob Winter Basketball Camps held on the Yankton College campus. Each of the four sessions had several coaches from the area assisting Winter in teaching basketball fundamentals to the young athletes. The camps give the boys and girls the opportun- ity to experience broader phffoe- ophy's from the coaches and still play the game on their own level with other athletes from schools across the upper Midwest. The camps ran for three weeks in June and one week in July. The July camp was an invitation- al all-star camp and coaches clinic, while the June camps were open to all young basket- ball players. Pictured are area youths who took part in the camps. o6wm'ret IAbt Camp of the National Guards. She went to Brookinge. Monday to make plans to enter S.D.S.U. to take advanced schooling iv Civil Engineering. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shef- field, Arnie Houwman and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Madsen spent Monday evening at the Arthur Meyer home last week and were coffee guests. Mrs. Emil Jenner of Wessing- ton Springs and Mrs. Ed |Ferne) Richards of Lisbon, la. caUod at the John Tapken, George Bran- denburg and Mrs. Clee Noyes homes last Thursday afternoon. They were coffee guests at Mrs. Noyes' home. Mr. and Mrs. Richards and family lived on a farm in the Lane area in the 1930's. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sheffield were among a group who spent last Friday evening at the Keith Sheffield home and were dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schreeder spent Sunday afternoon at the Paul Pawlowski home in rural Woonsocket and were supper guests. Lane residents received word from Mrs. Ruth (Cap) Paterson, a former Woonsocket resident, now of Venice, Calif. of the death of Edwin Paterson, a former Lane resident. Edwin graduated from Lane High School in 1924. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Paterson lived in Lane many years. Edwin's father operated an implement business in Lane in the 1920's and held the dealership and sold some of the first cars to travel on the Lane streets. Some of these cars were real 'sporty' with real leather seats and all the conveniences of the road. It is very interesting to look at the pictures of these cars in the Woonsocket New~ Artesian Commonwesltk Woonsocket, SD ~73~-P~4 Thursday. Aua~st 7, Lane 75th Anmversary Jubilee Special Edition, 1978. Mrs. Verneil Knigge Michael of Rapid City few days visiting relativsJ Alpena, Huron and Springs. They called at the lord Brand,mhurg home evening and were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley visited Mr. and Mrs. Amman and Chris at the Kindt home south of Armour Friday. The group enjoyed skiing and boating at the Mr. anc] Mrs. Harry attended the HiawmdMt at Pipestone, Minn. evening. Mrs. Leonard Priam from a Sioux Falls hospital week. Her callers the past were Mrs. Freeman Clark, Mildred Frier, Shirley and Heins, Mrs. Jerome Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Kevin Wilson and Mrs. Casane of Houston, Texas, Ed Neelen of Belle Mrs. Onle Thompson of socket, Mrs. Clyde Zirpel Mike, Mrs. Velder Einck Pedersen and Mrs. Otto Sunday dinner and guests at the Otto Bathke were Mr. and ~rs. Roland and Mary an~d Mr. and Daryle Ensz and NickalouS Parker, l~frs. Alice Sumpter Charlotte Reeves and Mr. Mrs. Ivan Preheim, Bobble Ginger of Marion and Mr. Mrs. Randy Bathke and of Plankinton. Chris Larson who read over Others in the program Christy and Kathy Moran, Larsen, Amie Moran, Scott Koli Boschee, Rick Anton, Tran and Robin Berquist. Burrill Insurance For All Your Insurance PHONE 796-4471 -- 496-4222 Left to right: Jewel Northrup, Suzy Rubendall and Lori Greene, Front row, left to right: Todd VanWalleghen, Jim Rubendall and Pat Kelly, Letcher. Back row, left to right: Camp Director Bob Winter, Yankton; Joe Letcher. 4 i:: J ::!~ Schoenfelder, Mt. Vernon; Chad Andree, Woonsocket; and Yank- ton College head coach Jim Thorson. = SALE = 2 .$4NewPintOoo's 1980's IN STOCK 2- Feistas Demos 4 - Pintos 3 - Fairmonts XR-7 I - Zephyr LTD - 4 dr. 1 - Mustang 1 - T. 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Mr. and Mrs. Left to right: Camp director Wessington Springs; and Yank- Don Warrmenhoven and chil- BOb Winter, Yankton; Katie An- ton College head coach Jim I~ast Highway 34 WOONSOcKET, S DAK Phone dren, GrandView, Wash., Martin dree, Woonsocket; Patti Higgins, Thorson, Yankton. Kane and Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Gwyneth Dean, Patti Thorton, Those who participated in the Kid's event to mark the end of the summer reading program at the Public Library, included: Back row. from left: Tully Knigge, Chris L arson, Amy Lar- son, Molly Moran, and Darci Weber. Front row - David Lar- son, Dawn Hopper, Jody Hop- per, Amie Moran, Christy Mo- ran, Kathy Moran and Jon Pc- terson. Special awards for reading went to Paula Larson and Jon Peterson who won blue ribbons for reading 50 or more books; Molly Moran, Jody Hopper, Cheryl Larson and John Baysing- er who read 30 or more; and Karl Cahill, Amy Baysinger, Loan Tran, Darin Bittner and Summer Reading Program End