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Bob Krause Completes Course By Roxanne Moe Bob Krause, WHS senior, has completed the South Dakota Emergency Medical Technician Course He has completed the requirements and is now a certi- fied ambulance attendant. Bob has 81 hours of training, which included, classroom, practical exam, and 10 hours in the Sioux Valley Hospital Emergency Room. He is also the first stu- dent from WHS to pass this course. Second Grade News By Mary Jo Murtha The second graders have been learning about the value of money and how to count change in math. In .science, they have been studying plant life, and in social studies, they studied the different aspects of farming. Dec. 9, Tresa Kroger brought treats for the class to celebrate her birthday. They sang "Happy Birthday" and played a game in her honor. The second graders received more treats this week when Jen- nifer Sandness, Shanna Wells, and Jessica Huber brought sur- prise treats for everyone. Redmen Tame Mustangs By Rob Wells The Woonsocket Redmen, led by Danny Hinker with 16 points, narrowly defeated the Mustangs of Mount Vernon by a score of 53-50 in a non-conference game here last Tuesday evening. The Redmen offensive attack featured Hinker's 16 points com- bined with Chad Andree's 12 points, and Michael Peterson close behind with 10. While bal- anced scoring helped the Red- men, a total of 25 turnovers haunted them throughout the game. The Mustangs failed to capi- talize on the Redmen turnovers as they were denied an excessive amount of shots due to Hinker's 18 rebounds. Lee Marts, assistant coach, commented following the game that the offensive play was satis- factory, but the defense lacked continuity. @000000000000000 " Woonsocket "Lanes-" -Q Open bowling for juniors . afternoons during holiday~ vacation "" 0 Junior League bowling will begin Jan. 3 in the morning. Senior Citizens bowling Monday and Friday OPEN NIGHTS FOR OPEN BOWLING DURING HOLIDAYS 000000000000001 Redmen Move Mark to 2-0 in 281 Conference By aDanny Hinker The Woonsocket Redmen breezed by Sunshine Bible Aca- demy to bring their 281 confer- ence mark to 2-0 on the season and their overall record to 3-1. Woonsocket put three players into double figures on the night with Chad Andree netting 19 points and Ray Boschee and Danny Hinker both adding 14 in the 72-46 victory. For the Cru- saders, Wade Pullman scored 14 points and Chuck Stahl, ii. On the night, Woonsocket shot 29-69 for a warm 42 percent while Sunshine Bible only hit 20-71 for a chilly 28 percent. The Redmen also held the edge on the boards pulling down 43 rebounds to 40 for Sunshine Bible. For Woonsocket Ray Bo- schee h*ad nine and Danny Hink- er seven In turnovers Sunshine Bible lost the ball 26 times compared to 20 for the Redmen. Woonsocket also won the "B" game by the margin of 37-21. /./bnl Nm't... By Mary Jane Kogel Happy holidays to you! I enjoy the work here very much and am much busier than I had antici- pated. We have so many e~joy- able books I wish I could read them all. And magazines too. So many people are surprised that magazines may be checked out. Come by and see what we have There is no charge for a library card and it doesn't matter where you live, town or country. Stop by and visit a minute. I do miss seeing many of you that I visited with when I was serving up hamburgers and cones. Some new books: Above Sus- picion, a mystery novel by He- len Maclnnes, East Side General by Frank Slaughter, and Teen- Age Science Fiction Stories by Richard Elam. We are getting the Prevention magazine again. It is dedicated to better health. Some articles are staying warm--Naturally and The Myth of Senility. Had a call for Anne of Green Gables. We have that now. By L.M. Montgomery it is the first of several Anne books. Have a new "Read with Me" series for the little folk, many of the old favorites such as Snow White, Cinderella and Rumpel- stiltskin. FOIl AIL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS Contact Brisbine Agency Sanborn County Bank Kevin Tiede Bus. 796-4423. Home 796-4377 ppY May the New Year Bring A Fair Measure of Health and Happiness to Everyone In The Community. The Staff of " Memorial Clinic Whiting WOONSocKET, SOUTH DAKOTA Blio#- twin . . . Mrs. Art Jensen Mr. and Mrs. Lester Pommer and 'son, Jerry of Ells,worth, Minn. visited Monday at the Larson brothers home. Ben Larson and Jennie Schoon visited relatives and friends in Corsica Tuesday. They were din- ner guests at the Mrs. Ada DeBoer home. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Hauber of Huron and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hauber and family of Wausaw, Wis. were Sunday afternoon call- ers in the Bill Mcintyre home. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Hjelm and Linda Hjelm were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Larry linger home helping Todd lin- ger celebrate his birthday. Mrs. Ernest Sonne of Nemo, S.D. fell and broke her hip Tuesday She is in the hospital at Rapid City. Saturday supper guests in the EIdora Sonne home in Mitchell for their Christmas party were Mr. and Mrs. Myron Sonne, Chris and Amanda, Jim Sonne, Troy and Tyler, Hattie and Wil- bur Johnson and Clara Heljeson. Many of this area attended the open house at the Bethany Luth- eran Church in Woonsocket Sun- day in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Selland on their 35th wed- ding anniversary. Saturday morning callers in the Elden Mathis home were Vernon Haub of Sioux Falls, Frank Haub of Woonsocket and Mrs. Art Jensen and Patty. Patty and Diane Jensen came home Friday from college for their semester break. The Elliott Rustlers '4-H Club had a pot luck supper in the Denton Thompson home Sunday night. "Truly absurd is the man who never changes." Auguste Barthelmy "He who has clear ideas can command." Goethe . . . Mrs. Lloyd Flagel l~)ve makes our friends a little dearer, Joy makes our hearts a little lighter, Faith makes our paths a little clearer, Hope makes our lives a little Thompson with Nancy Sonne as co-hostess. Mrs. Charles Reeves was ad- mitted to the St. Joseph Hospital Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutton and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Johnson had Sunday dinner at a Woonsocket restaurant and were among the many from this neighborhood who attended the 35th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Ed Selland at Bethany Lutheran Church in Woonsocket. Wednesday evening dinner guests at Orlin Runestads were Mr. and Mrs. John Hull, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Hanson and Jeff, Mrs. Marilyn Carlson and David, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kuchera and Mr. and Mrs. Don Weaverstad, all of Mt. Vernon. A large group were Sunday morning guests at Alvin Thomp- .sons for brunch following wor- ship services. Omitted from those participat- ing in the Storla ALCW program at the Plankinton Training School were devotions by Jutta Thomp- son and singspiration led by Margene Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Orlin Runestad and [amily and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mickelson were guests at Arlan Sellands Tuesday for a Christmas dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Selland and Sue spent Saturday evening at Lyle Johnsons. Brad Selland is home from S.D.S.U., Brookings and Brett Selland from WesMar College, LeMars, Iowa. Jewel Anderson of S.D,S.U. is also home and entered Metho- dist Hospital, Sunday evening for dental surgery Monday. A large number of guests were present at the Arland Sel- lands, Thursday evening follow- ing ti~e Woonsocket Grade School progam. Orlin Runestads were co-hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Johnson attended the Sunday School Pro- gram at the United Church of Christ in Letcher, Sunday eve- ning and were later guests at the Duane Northrups. Mrs. Edna Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Anderson, Jeffrey and Jillian, Michelle Asbenson, Mrs. Steve Lutz and boys were guests at the Lavern Larson home Sunday afternoon to celebrate the birthday of Chad Kendall. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kendall and Chad of Mr. and Mrs. Randy Kings- bury and Chad of Denver are house guests at the Betty Mathis home. Sunday, Chad was .bap- tized at worship services at Trin- ity Lutheran. His sponsors were Keith Mathis and Mr. e~nd Mrs. Clyde Mathis. Besides the above other dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Kingsbury and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mathis and children, Kimball. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ander- son, Mr. and Mrs. Arian Feist- net, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Selland and Sue, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Thompson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thompson and John Paul met Sunday evening at Oscar Thompsons for a pot luck supper. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Thompson joined them later. The evening was spent visiting and singing Christmas Carols. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Fristad and family were Saturday eve- ning dinner guests at the Man- dus Fristad home. A Christmas dinner and gift exchange was held recently at the Darwin Tobin home with Mrs. Darlene Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Tobin, Sheldon, Corey and Stacey, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Tobin, Shawn and Cody, Norman Thompson and Bette Schaffer as guests. .... Mrs. George Brandenburg The Sodak Ramblers Camper Club enjoyed a dinner at the Springs Inn on Saturday and spent the afternoon visiting at the Walter Sheffield home. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Stocks of Huron, Mr. and Mrs. Kneeland Kramer of Let- cher and Mr. and Mrs. George Nutter of Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Bran- denburg and Christopher spent Sunday evening at the George Brandenburg home. Donald and Melvin Nielsen and Mrs. Clee Noyes were among the dinner guests Sunday at the Roland Nielsen home in Redfield in honor of Anissa's birthday. Dick Van Dyke and daughter, Joann were supper guests at the Arne Houwman home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dethlefs of Woonsocket were Sunday eve- ning visitors at the Walter Shef- field home to remind Mrs. Shef- brighter, Alaska are guests at the Lar- field on her birthday. A lunch of And peace brings us all a little sons. Mr. and Mrs. Archie An- birthday cake and coffee was nearer. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Johnson derson and Jewel also called, served. Mr. and Mrs. Lennis Sonne Mr. and Mrs. George Bran- visited at the Seert Digerness and family and Mr. and Mrs. denburg spent Tuesday in home in Mitchell Tuesday after' Bob Sonne and family were Sun- Huron. noon. In the evening Mrs. Levi day guests for a Christmas din- Mrs. Dihl Eddy of Plankinton Johnson and Anna" Johnson of ner at the Joe Birgers at Wag- and Mrs. Leonard Pflaum spent Mitchell were dinner guests of ner. Saturday in Huron. ,less and Mae Johnson at a Mitchell restaurant and they all spent the evening at Mrs. Levi .,,,~.,~,~,~,,~.~,,~.~,~,.~,,~,~1,,,~-~-.,~,w~ Johnson's. Fan.burg Lady residents and employees of the Sunset Home were guegts VCednesday and Thursday after- Al#~gl B~gq## noons at the home of Gloria WHITING MEMORIAL CLINIC In Woonsocket BUSINESS HOURS: Family Nurse Practitioner Men. 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tues. 12 noon - 8:00 p.m. Wed. 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Thurs. 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Physician: Friday 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Please telephone for appointments: 796-4433 Saturday, December 27 7:30 p.m. - Forestburg Gym Dance Following Banquet Music by the "South Gulch" TICKETS s3.75 for R ar ti,. Cgl Shirelly Snedeker 796-4887 - Wanda Swenson 796-4394 Kelly Larson 796-4169 Dentist appointments: 796-4338 ! ~l~A~ N[~V ~ i Hiway Cafe Frances, Albert, Lucky and Employees WOONSO(:KET, S. DAK. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tapken were visitors at the Arne Hou- man home Saturday evening. Ten women spent Monday af- ternoon with Mrs. Walter Shef- field in honor of her birthday. Cards were played, followed by a social hour and a carry-in lunch. Mrs. Sheffield received cards and gifts from the guests. Mrs. Sheffield's sisters, Mrs. Eva Dunn of Storla and Mrs. Paul Pawlowski were also guests. Mrs. Walter Sheffield's birth- day was honored when Mr. and Mrs. LuVerne Sheffield of rural Huron spent Saturday evening there and brought a decorated birthday cake. A pot luck dinner was served at the Walter Shef- field home on Sunday in obser- vance of Mrs. Sheffield's birth- day. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dean *Sheffield and Dawn of Sioux Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Johnson of Baltic, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Koerner of Alpena, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Sheffield of Wessington Springs and Hazel Nelson of Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder spent Wednesday in Madison where they called on Herman Harmdierks who was a patient at the Madison Hospital. He was released from the hospital last week. Mrs. Clee Noyes accompanied Melvin Nielsen to Huron on Tuesday evening where they at- tended the school Christmas pro- gram. Jeffrey Noyes was in the kindergarten group. They were coffee guests at the Jim Noyes home after the program. Residents of Lan~ and the area were saddened by the death of Mrs, Lillian Hein on Sunday. Funeral services were held at Our Savior's Lutheran Church on Wednesday afternoon. Her family lived north of Lane for many years where the chil- dren attended Lane until they retired to Wessington Springs. Mrs. Steven Meyer and Curtis spent Thursday evening at the Arne Houwman home. Everyone is busy preparing for the Christmas season. The chil- W~onsocket News ----7 Artesian Commonwealth ] Woonsocket, SD 57385-Page 5 ] Thursday, December 25, 1980 I dren in the schools in Wessing- ton Springs and Alpena are pre- senting their Christmas pro- grams this week and the various churches in the area will have programs and other activities during the week. UMW Meet Lane United Methodist wo- men met Dec. 11 in the home of Mrs. Paul Custer in Wessington Springs, Mrs. Elsa Siefken re- ceived the attendance prize. Roll call was answered with Christmas Bible verse or poems. Five mem- bers were present and Mrs. R.B. Burchfield was a guest. Christ- mas Carols were sung. Mrs. Everett Burnison opened the business meeting. She rdad Christmas Commandments and other letters from officers. The call to prayer and self denial program will be given at the January meeting at the home of Mrs. R.B. Burchfield. Mrs. Cus- ter served lunch after the close of the meeting. LIVESTOCK MARKET Automatic Ring Scale All metal yards with feed and water Free Country Appraisal 9 A.M. TUESDAYS sheep 1 p.m. Dairy cattle and small calves 9 A.M. WEDNESDAY Butcher hogs followed by feeder pigs 10 A.M. THURSDAY Cattle of all classes Gene Ellingson - 495-4233 Dale Sterrett - 796-4846 "We Sell 'Em in Turn" Cobble Magness, Owner In friendship and in good health, may the days ahead bring to you and yours o world of peace ~ As we move into a New Year, we say 0nd obundant hoppiness .... I'hanks" for letting us serve you and this great community. Bear's Bar AI's Standard Service ~'~ ' David A. Burnison' ~t