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Buffer. . , Mrs. Arvin Kingsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Sal Beraldi left for their home in Alaska Thurs- day after returning from Boston and spending several days with her parents, the Duane Stekls. Kurt Kingsbury 'had his trans- fusion last week and spent sev- eral days at the Dee Kings- bury's in Mitchell. Mrs. Ruth Kelly, Nancy, Tracy and Pat returned from a two week vacation touring Washing- ton, D. C. and o~r parts of interests in the east. They also visited relatives in. Michigan. Mrs Jim ~eogh and, Kathy and Mrs. Keogh's grandsvn visit- ed several friends in the area last week. They are former residents here and have lived in @hicago several years. Several from here spent last weekend in Aberdeen with the slow pitch teams. M. J. Avia- tion and Letcher teams b o t h played in the tournament along with several others in the league. Twim Lake Extension The Twin Lake Extension Club met with Marie Bndde on Aug. 19 with all members present. The president Myrtle Payne led the chub ia the flag salute and creed. It was decided to cancel the picnic. Secret pals were reveal- ed and new ones drawn. Secre. tary a n d treasurer's reports were approved. The president read a letter concerning the fall council. New officers elected" included: Marie Vearrie,r, presi- dent; Gladys Wecker, v ic e president; Myrtle Ballard, sec- retary and Mary Dankey, trea- surer. Lucfl~v Godfrey gave the reading. The next meeting will 'be with Lucille Godfrey. Lunch was served by the hostess. N,, W. of :l'own... Mrs. W. J. MeDowall. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Feistner. and, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller spent the weekend touring the Black Hills. Sunday they attend- ed the Barbara Pawiowskl-Larry Moins wedding at the Bob Hoops Homestead near Rapid C i t y. Miss Pawlowski is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pawlow- ski of Rapid City. Diane Hohn and Dan Golay of Brookings spent the weekend at the Victor Hohns. ~qlrgar~ McDowall s p e n t Wednesday evening as a guest of Mrs. T~elma Ward and the Jim Ward family at a barbecue supper at their farm home west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schroe- der returned Aug. 21 from a two week visit to Seattle, Wash. Darly Schroeder is a senior student in electrical engineering at Brookings this year. Wesley Andersen is attending Central C~llege at McPherson, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Mentele of Wayne, pa. and Mrs. David. ~alph and Joshua of Minneapolis we l" e Tuesday t o Thursday .guests IS the Martin Wingert home. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Wingert's Wednesday dinner guests were their housegue~t~ SLx~d Mr. and Mrs, Robert Wiagert nnd s9u of Mitchell, Robert Webster, ttur- ~n, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vallen. Edwin Murtha, Mrs. Mary I~all and Kathy of Cinci- nnati, Ohio were Wednesday eve- ning callers. Miss Mary Cooper of Muneie, Ind. is visiting at the home of Mrs. Stanley Andersen. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer visited Mr, and Mrs. Weaver Scandarett at Wesota Manor on Sunday. Dennis Schroeder attended the Wil~llife Federati~ Convention at Aberdeen during the week- en~. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schroe- der, Mr. and~Mrs. Albert Berg and Mrs. Marie Higgins and Bernard of Wessington Springs were Sunday supper guests of the Joe Regynskls. A very welcome rain brought 1Vz inches north of town to .70 at Victor Hohns N.W. of town. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schroe- der and Mrs. Alvina Mawrice were Sunday guests at the Lyle Wells ~ome at Artesian. Mr. and Mrs. Don Maurice were callers at the Elmer Schrooders on Tuesday. John and Larry Knight of Alpena visited on Saturday. Lucky 13 Extension The Lucky 13 Extension Club met Aug. 18 at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Jerry Larson. Six' members were present. Mrs. Marian Larson was a guest. Next meeting is Sept. 15 at the home of Mrs. Leonard Oakley. STORLA LUTHERAN MEMBERS HOLD PAINTING BEE Wednesday, Aug. 20 was the day set for the members of the Storla Lutheran C~urch to come early an~ spend the day to paint the church, parsonage and gar- age at Storla. :Norman Tkompson washed and deam~d all dirt and loose paint with a pressure clearest, sevm'- al farm hands with two and three men in a scoop, and eada with a bucket of paint and a brush worked from the top down. Many worked from the ground and painted up as far as they could reach. Chuck Reeves, Clyde Oisen and Eugene Fristad were in charge of painting the bell tow- er. Thirty-three members took part and all work was complet- ed before 6 P.M.A.B. Heltne is Pastor of StorIa Lutheran Church. Those persons ~taking part in the painting of the Sborla par- sonage and church included: Elmer Mickelson, Noris Hill, Ar- Inn Feistner, Denton Thompson. A. B. Heltne, Alfred Feistner, Charles Reeves, Norman Thomp- son, Mark Thompson, Brett Sel- land, Harland Scott, Archie An- derson, Orval Mickelson, Doyle M. Selland, Brad Selland, Lynn Anders~n, Dwight Johnson, Glen Scott, Roger Davis, Haniey J. Se0tt, Conny Parrott, Loren Johnson, L y n Parrott, Keith Thompson, Chad davis, Clyde Olsen, Eugene Fristad. Arvid Fristad, Merlin Feistner, Wayne Feistner, John Fraser, Dwight Scott and Alvin Thompson. Women who served, the dinner and lunches in the church base- ment were, Mrs. Merlin Feist- ner, Mrs. Mandus Fristad, Mrs. A. B. Heltne, Mrs. Archie An- der~, Mrs. Ernest Thompson and Mrs. Orval Mickelson. Just-A-Thot... QUEST FOR WISDOM By Rev. Serry Lambert Mankind fell from his posi- tion of k~nor and trust with God When he sought wisdom thrdugh natural means. "And the wo- man saw...a tree to be desired to make erie wise." The problem here is not the desire f0v wis- dom, but rather the method of obtaining it. James said, '~If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally . . . " Let us ask God in Confidence. SMOKE DAMAGE The Floyd Elenz home reeeiv- . ed smoke damage August 21 when the TV set malfunctioned. Firemen were called to the scene. No other damage was reported. Woonsocket firemen were call- ed, to the Harold Smith home south and east of Woonsocket Saturday morning. ~, .toaster had caused some smoke damage ix> the home. 36th GENERAL COUNCIL OF ASSEMBLIES OF GOD HELD T h e 36th Biennial General Council of the Assemblies of God ended at DeBver, Colo. Aug. 19 after making decisions con- cerning fellowship policies, offi- cers, and organizational struc- ture. A delegate to t~e Council of one of the country's most rapid- ly growing church organizations was Rev. Jerry Lambert, Pastor of the Woonsoeket Assembly of God. A highlight of the Council Rev. Lambert attended was a mass rally held at Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheater where records were set as the largest crowd ever ~ gather in the amphitheater met to launch the Assemblies of Ged parficipatio'a in the nation's bicentennial acti- vities. Policemen reported that 16,000 gathered in the amphi- theater which had seating for 9,000 to 10.000. Approximately 20,000 gathered in the Red Rocks area during the rally, and sev- eral thausanet more were turned away. A missions emphasis during the rally featured the presenta- of Assemblies of God mis- sionaries representing the 95 m- tigris in which the fellowship works. During its annual School of Missians in Springfield, Mo.. last June it also commissioned nearly 70 new missionary can- didates. An offering totalling al- most $30,000 was taken up at the Red Rocks rally to be ap- plied to the financial accounts of new miuionaries. In business sessions held dtrr. ing the Cotmcil delegates heard repoiVm indicating a 10.6% grow- th of file c~bm'ch fellowship dur- ing the biennium just eenelnded. While American church mem- bership -i n general declined slightly last year (as reported in the 1975 Yearbook of Ameri- can and Canadian Churches), As. somblies of God members~p con- tinued to grow and hit an all- time hig~ in membership gain. A gain of 75,277 members in the past two years has brought total membarship in Assemblies of God churches in this country to 758248, according to the re- port. Delegate/ to the 3~a General Council were told~ that the AS- semblies of God now has 19,478 ministers. The net gain 'for the biennium Is ~ ordained and 448 Heensed ministers. The net gain of 148 new As- semblies Of God churches in the past two years has rais~i the total number c~ churches in U~ted States to 9,019. Sunday School enro,llment now is 1,239,197. Assemblies of God membership growth outside the United States has continued and the total of members and ad- herents overseas now is over four million. Worldwide Assemblies of God membership totals almost six million making the Assemblies of God the largest of the world's Pentecostal denominations. Its missionaries are active in 95 countries. The 37th General Council of the Assemblies of God will be held in Oklahoma City, Okla., in August of 1977. This convention was second largest in the history of the denomination. SENIORS TO DISPLAY SKILLS AT EIGHTH ANNUAL HOBBY & TALENT SHOW Entries are pouring in for the 8th annual Senior Citizen's Hob- by & Talent Show booked at the Sioux Falls Arena on Friday and Saturday, September 19 and 20. Anyone, 60 years and older, has the opportunity to enter the Talent Show, or display their hobbies, sell craft items a n d demonstrate handicrafts that are becoming lost-art. Entrants do not have to be members of the local Center, nor do they have to live in Sioux Falls. The show is open to the pub- lic and there is n~ admission charge. Along with the variety of individual entries will be spe- cific areas which are manned by the local Center seniors and which help with expenses t o underwrite the show. They in- clude balloon booth, phot~ booth. treasures and trifles, wishing well, woodworking, buttons and emblems, r-affles, the Sioux Falls Center craft bo0~th and the lunch facilities at the Center. Booth offering demonstrations are rug loom, painting, st ~nepolishing, quilting, cake and egg decorat- ing and leathercrafl. Th e s e demcnstration booths are also manned by local Center seniors. Bus service t.o and from the Center and Arena will be ~avail- able on both s,how days as well as free transportation furnished by the Life Members of Tele- phone Pi.gneers. The oldest man and woman in attendance on Friday afternoon will again be crowned as King and Queen of the show. Entry blanks and further in- formation may'be obtained from the Senior Citizen's Center, 132 S. Dakota, Sioux Falls. Mrs. A. A. Drake Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Ed- wards visited their daughter at White Lake Friday evening and Saturday Went on to Rapid City to visit other relatives. Donna Schavey and nephew of 'Huren called at the A. A. Drake home Saturday morning. Linda Alt r~Urned from visit- ing friends near Sioux City and soon will be nursing in Sioux Falls. FOOD STAMP SALE DATES IN SANBORN Sept. 2 - Courthouse. Woon- socket, 9:30 to 11:30 and 1 to 3. Sept. 3 - Artesian bank, 9:30 t~. 11:30 and courthouse 1 to 3. Sept. 4 - Letcher bank, 9:30 to 11:30 and courthouse 1 to 3. Sept. 17 - C~.urthouse, 9:30 to 11:30 and 1 to 3. RIBBONS continued SWINE: Red - Sandy Claram- beau (2), Scott Rural (2), James Andersen (3), Peter Thompson. MARKET LAMBS: Red - Ran- dall Ruml. Dawn Walz. L~.rna Iscken, Susie Nelson (2), Wends THE PRESIDENT of t h e Woonsocket ~ucation Associa- ~.ion this school year is Kathleen Zimmermau (right), who met with SDEA ~flent Beverly Wolkow (left) at Rapid City, Aug. 13-15 during the South Nelson (2), Rick Nelson MARKET BEEF~,Red - Rama Larsen, Mark Ruml,~roy~ Van- Walleghen, Brett Gildemaster. CLOTHING: Red - Kori Clar- ambeau, Connie Thompson (6), Rebecca Otter, Susan Pearson Mary Cross, Karla Kempf, Joan Effling, Julie Howard, Carolyn Thompson (8), Judy Fredrichs (4), Sandy Clarambeau, Darla Northrup, Dawn Edwards, Lori Trudeau, Elaine Kempf (2), Bren- da Reeves YOUNG MAN LOOK RIGHT --DRESSS RIGHT: Red - Todd Strong (3), Randy Strong (2), 31arty Strong, Joseph Howard, Clark Reider, Wesley Strong. POULTRY: Red - Henry Lin- ke, Steve Dean. RABBITS: Red - Randall Rural. DOG: Red - Susan Beach. CROPS: Red- Mark Ruml. HORTICULTURE: Red Dax~-a Edwa/'ds (5), Larry Bechen (6), Nancy Att (3), Henry Linke (6), Ann Trudeau (8), Marjean Sheffield (4), Jim Howard (2), Karla Kempf (2), David Hjelm (6), Barbara Larson (5), Jim Moore (2,, Brenda Reeves (2), Lisa Baysinger (2), Brett Bay- Dakota Education Association leaders,hip conference. Some 150 educators from throughout the state attended the three day con- ference, which is for teachers who are also leaders in their professional associations. singer (2), Julie Rural, Robert Pearson, Allen Stekl, Pam Swen- son (2), Wesley Stekl, Jim Linke, Colleen Miller, Susan L i n k e, Laurie KroeU, Kandy Kroell. fT'--'rlosplml Notes... St. J,~hn Regional Medical Cen- ter. Admitted: Vern Fairfield, Mrs. Elizabeth Nickelson, Char- ley Spelbring, Forestburg. Gay- San Losing, Chad ~ Becker, Jason Becker, Shawn Becker, Ellis Barnes, Alpena. Dismiss- ed: Vern Fairfield, Chad Beek- er, Jason Becket, Sharon Beek- er, Delbert Moe, Gaylan Losing, Mrs. Elizabeth Nickelson, Memorial Hospital. Admitted: Rome Eidem, Letcher. Fannie Basham, Woonsocket. Dismiss- ed: Mary Steichen, Lucille Bi- hain, Elmer Christian. St. Joseph Hospital. Admitted: Mrs. Henry Effling, Forestburg. Henry Tapken, Mrs. Thomas Sel- lanfl, Letcher. Dismissed: Mark Snedeker, C~eri Latimer, Rich- ard Wolf, Mrs. Denton Chance. Methodst Hospital. Admitted: Mrs. Carl Washburn, Artesian. Daniel Hafner, Letcber. Dismiss- ed: Ira Ctood, Mrs. Glenn Thomas, Mrs. Harry Hass. ,klStr Ss._ Mr. and Mrs. Tom Selland, Letcher, are parents of twin daughters, born Aug. 25 at St. Joseph Hospital in Mitchell. They weighed 6 pounds 12 ounces and 6 pounds 10 ounces. Grandpar- ents are Mrs. Mondain Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Sel- land, Woonsoeket. Great graud- parents are Andrew Peterson and Mrs. Perle Selland, Woon- s~cket. Mr. Peterson now has 10 great grandchildren which in- cludes two sets of twin girls. Card of Thanks THANK YOU for coming to our 50th wedding anniversary making the day a big success and a most memorable occasion. A s oecial thanks for the gifts, cards, foo~ and ~zfers of help. Also many thanks to our son, Lennis and family, the Deborah Circle of ~he Forestburg Luther- an Church and all who helped at the reception. May Crc~d bless all.--Joe and Winona Shafranek. P WOONSOCKET NEWS Woonsocket. S. D. Thursday, August 28. THANK YOU TO my relatives, Past~r and Mrs. ne for the visits, flowers, and cards that I received in the hospital and for the and thoughtful deeds since turned ,h o m e.--Mrs. Cla Digerness. WE WISH TO thank each everyone, friends and f~r the many gifts, cards money we received on 50th wedding anniversary a for those that worked so make it a day we will remember, also we wish to Mr. Millikan for the use of courtesy i'oom.--Bernard Irene Twombley THANKS TO MY friends relatives for the cards, and gifts I received while was in St. John Regional cal Center. greatly Moe. WE WISH TO thank the socket Fire Department f their quick respgnse to our call. It was appreciate~ much.--Mr, and Mrs. Elenz. Too Late to FOR SALE: Several oil heating stoves fans; Maytag and Queen wringer style very good shape; also tic washers and dryers; bathroom stacls, new style old styles; sinks; electric heaters; 20 and 30 inch ranges, also gas ranges, useable shape; sewing chines; tables; chairs; electric motors; TG-3-6 volt tery, very good; also generators. Want freezers, electric motors useable furniture. We can it up.--Ray McCoy, 4504. ELDERLY CITIZENS ride to doctor or church 4535. 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