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Jr. High Honor Roll Announced Students oft the Mitchell Junior High School second nine weeks honor roll ire listed below. GOLD ROLL 4.0-3.70 Ninth Grade Joni Adams, Jenifer Armstrong, Craig Black, Brady, Gregory Bruner, Burrer, Judy Davis, Herrick, Julie Jenkins, Klassen, Charles Lauer, Denice Law, Steven Locken, Connie McLaughlin, Terrance Mahoney, Steven Meyers, Melissa Miller, Kathleen ftassel, Julie R e m u n d , Tamara Rogers, Debra Roth, James Simpson, Cherie Spensley, Karen Strand, Judith VanderLinde, Tamara VanOorp, Debra Voigt, Nancy Walz, Sherry Weber, Marilyn Wiblemo. Mary Debra Nick Mark Eighth Grade Vickie Adam, Carla Addy, Lisa Berry, Kandis Bialas, Kay Brower, Laurie Brown, Michael Bubb, Tamra Buntrock, Kimberly Carroll, Nancy Christensen, Mary Crockett, Peggy Delzer, Susan Digerness, Julie Geidel, Richard Hockett, Ruth Jerke, Kathleen Laird, Mary Anne Lassegard, Ardis Lippert, Paula Mabee, Paul Mitchell, Steven Molumby, Audrey Oberembt, Sandy Petersen, William Phillips, Sarah Reynolds, VeeAnn Saltier, Kathleen Schneider, Karen Skelly, Lisa Sogn, Deborah Specimen, Brenda Uttecht, Rita Zirpel. Blue Goose (Dakota Pond) Holds Annual Splash Blue Goose International (Dakota Pond), a fraternal organization of insurance company representatives from throughout the state, elected 1973 officers at their recent convention at the Holiday Inn. From left are Most Loyal Gander George Hinder, Supervisor of the Flock John Friese, Custodian of the Goslings Howard Couch, Guardian of the Pool Patrick Murphy, Keeper of the Golden Goose Egg Fred Fleming, and Wielder of the Goose Quill Stan Lovro, all of Sioux Falls. Present at • the meeting were 108 members representing 20 communities. (Republic Photo by Winheld) Welfare Workshop Scheduled Saturday, fefc. tt, 1*78 r -h"H Dniiy Pop ''c Man February 12, 1973 If You Ask Me.. The following question was asked Thursday at the annual meeting of the Davlson County Mental Health Association: "As a board member of the county mental health association, what do yon think is the major mental health issue in South Dakota today?" Judith DeSchepper, Crocker, Dawn Jerald Dominjcak, Richard Easton, Jim Edmisten, Dennis Ellwein, Karri Erickson, Robert Finkenbiner, Mitzi Frank. Denise Gerlach, Beth Getty, Bruce Graves, Bruce Graves, Craig G u y m o n , Debra Grosdidier, Janice Hagebusch, Cynthia Hansen, James Hegge, Duane Heinert, Bradley Hunt, Todd Kelly, Kimberly Kiner, Susan Kippes. „ —7~r „ J° n KraU « Paul Seventh Grade Dana Law, Robert Maureen Bauer, BrucejRobert Loudenburg, Beynon, Mark Casey, Roger McEntee, Kristine Davis, Mary Gramm, Lynette Kathy Masker, Kathy Miller, Grosz, Michelle Hilton, Loral Robert Miller, Trudy Moeller, Johnson, Darryl Koch, Lori | R o g e r Morrison, Roger Krogstad, Lobsiger, Kathleen McLeod, Kpnold, Kurt Korthour, Marlys Ligtenberg, Nancy Malone, Daniel Miller, Lisa Miller, Paul Nielsen, Ruth Oberembt, Jonathan Pudas, Karen Roth, Mary Louise Scheid, Tracy Sch , midt, James Shultz, Jennifer i Maurice Stanga, Curtis Strand, Cynthia Sorensen, Morrison, Stephen Paul, Jay Pesicka, Gary Peterson, Terry Pfann, Peggy Puetz, Kim Rang, Rochelle Rice, Julia Roby, Jayne Rowe, Mark Schlenker, Susan Schneider, Ricky Schoepf, Sejnoha, Terrance Julie Stahl, Christine Widman, Brenda Ziegler. SILVER ROLL 3.69-3.35 Ninth Grade Terry Abeln, Sandra Alfred, Bernard Baird, John Balcom, Stewart, Myron Storla, Tamala Thome, Dawn Tischler, Debra VanderLugt, Dawn Webb, Patricia Wiblemo, Todd Wieczorek, Tom Wiersma. Seventh Grade Scott Appletoft, Rebecca Business Views From Mitchell B Conne Beaudette, Tina Spencer Berry, Lynette Brane, , Susan Brooks, Brian Casey >\ Brach ^ Julie B rookbank, Brad Jeffrey Dixon, Ke^th Buche , Russe n Burroughs, ...-_. Fredrickson, Monique Frey Robert Gibson, Shirley Haiar, Debra Houska, Michael Carroll, Theresa Donovan, Gina Gere, Debra Goldammer, Jody Gregg, i Marvin Harris, Celia Hiles, Son Manages Firm St e v e Jarding, Marcus Johnson, Brian Kelly, Robin Deborah" Hill, Sherry Konold, Carla Larson, Diane Ligtenberg, Diane Lubbers, Barry David Martin, Nielsen, Rita Munce, Donna Nolz, Scott Pattison, Randy Phillips, Kan dace Kirwan, Kapsch, Jeffrey Klassen, Teresa Klose, Sherd Lassegard, Bruce Lee, Dawn Lubbers, Bruce McComish, Dianne McCoppin, New manager of Norm's TV, 108 W. Third, is Michael Bouton, '22, son of Mrs. lone M. and the late Norman Bouton. Michael Bouton, a Mitchell High School graduate and former student at Colorado State College (Greeley), is a veteran of four years in the Navy and lives at 701 E. Fourth. (Republic Photo by Malm) Terry ' W<a r n k e , Daniel Wegehaupt, Bonnie Winter, Pamela Yahne, Michael Rissky, Carla Robert- Darci McLean, Tamara son, Meyers, Jeffrey Morrison, Mark Dennis Schoenfelder, Michael Overbaugh, Bryan Ripp, Bar- Sejnoha, James Sellars, Brian b a r a Robertson, Justine Smith, Jeffrey Swank, Jerome iRoyston, Sandra Rye, Loran Thomsen, Gloria Tilberg, Kelly Sch e Me , Mary Schieffer, Vonsi, Mark Wegehaupt, Nancy Michael Schulte, Douglas Wilson, Mark Winter, Mark Spre cher , Connie Strand, Wintersteen, Kenneth Wulf. Eighth Grade Dawn Adams, Alan Appletoft, Jayne Barton, Denise Blaalid, Lori Blocker, Bradley Brane, Debra Dicus, Sheri Doering, David Doorn, Kenton Gates, Timothy Havrevold, Coleen Hooker, Jeffrey Jares, Jeffrey Jarratt, Jennie Larsen, Mark Lerdal, Marilyn Lesser, Sally Herman, Larry Lunde, Margaret Mahoney, Steven Minder, Scot Midkimins, David Nolz, Mary Oleson, Marc Olson, Julie Paradeis, Kathy Peart, Kirk Purdy, Patricia Schmig, Lynette Sibson, Tammera Stopfer, Ann Stork, Kathryn Tystad, Peggy Wagner, David Werenicz. Seventh Grade Trudy Ammon, Jessica Armstrong, Kathleen Baker, Debra Belitz, Debra Blindauer, Cathy B o 1 e n , Rodney Buntrock, Elizabeth Campbell, Daniel Case, Mark Culhane, Monica Fortier, Lori Freidel, Mary Goldammer, Lisa Hanson, Susan Hauge, Carol Hauner, James Heiam, John Koupal, Peggy Morrison, Ann Munce, Sara Paul, John Pesicka, Mary Phillips, Janine Rew, Paul Reynen, Lori Rowe, Sarita Schladweiler, Debra Schneider, Julie Schoenbeck, Julie Simpson, Cheri Traupel, Mark Weber, Jacqueline Wiblemo, Terry Wieczorek. BRONZE ROLL 3.34 • M Ninth Gra4t M , Debra Ammon, Charlene Bartseher, Tamra Basting, Mark Bnuer, Jape Bucoe, Michael dmstenson, Brenda CoBb, Steven Culhaae. Robyn Doorn. Dew* Erpenbach, Jet, frey Forbes, Barbara Foil, Rodney Friedrick, Charlene Fuerst, JUthryn.George, Local Scene Clearings at the Mitchell banks Friday totaled $262,385.73. Mitchell National Guardsman Richard W. Siegenthaler, food service section, is taking part in two weeks of. training at Nellis AFB, Nev., with members of the S.D. Air National Guard. The fall semester dean's list at Black Hills State College (Spearfish) includes Mitchellites June Taylor, and Nancy Claggett (honorable mention). Rededication of renovated Holy Family Church 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 14, 7:45 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15. Featured Wednesday will be a "contemporary service"; on Thursday will be an ecumenical gathering with music, song and meditation. Public invited both evenings. Karen Jo Lindekugel, Mit- ichell, was awarded a degree at recent exercises at the University ol South Dakota (VermiUion)^ Fill semester honor students on the Dakota State College (Madison) list include Mit< chelUtes Mrs. Laury Schmig, Carmen Allen and Tim Herman. Adult Skating this Sunday evening Feb. nth, 8:00 to 10:30, Roller Drome. Adv. . ••• v* a M,»: «*jjrtjjg MitcheHite Owns Restaurant Mitchell native Dale Porter is shown beside McDonald's of Mitchell, which .opened for business just north of Meadowlawn Plaza on Feb. 4. The 1,800-square-foot family restaurant, one of a nationwide chain which specializes in hamburgers, seats about 54 patrons and is managed by Gary Semmler and Jim Hamblet. Porter and his wife Karol live at 1312 W. Cedar and have one son, Todd, 10. A grand opening ceremony for the restaurant will be announced later. (Republic Photo by Win held) prevention banquet Feb. 13, Chef Louie's. Social hour 6:30 p.m. Stephen J. Mueller, Chicago, and Joyce Kelley, Mitchell, were issued a marriage license Feb. 9 by the Davison County clerk of courts. MORE SEWING STUDENTS NEEDED Additional enrollees are needed in the basic sewing course offered 7:30-9:30 p.m. Thursday evenings at Vo-Tech school. Those interested asked to call Mrs. Betty Widman, instructor, at 996-2962 for enrollment or additional information. TOASTMASTERS j Loren Kasten was toastmaster : of the evening at the Mitchell club's Feb. 1 meeting. .General evaluation was conducted by Cecil Alt.' Table topics was led by Joe Foy. Roger Burmood was grammarian. Ron Fredrickson, Ray Meligan and Lloyd Oleson spoke. Lloyd Oleson won the speech and Cecil Alt won the table topics trophies. School Lunches JUNIOR HIGH BRADLEY YOUNG Monday Creamed chip beef, whipped potatoes, celery sticks, apple sauce, bread, butter, milk. Tuesday Cold cuts, buttered vegetables, cabbage • raisin salad, cookie, bread, butter, milk. Wednesday Macaroni-cheese-ham casserole, buttered green beans, carrot sticks, chocolate cake, bread, butter, milk. Thursday Meat patties, buttered corn, celery sticks, fruit salad • whipped cream, bread, butter, milk. Friday Taverns - buns, carrot sticks, tossed salad > dressing, dessert, milk. A program thought, to be the first of its kind for Mitchell will be offered Feb. 16-17 at the Congregational Church, UCC, 301 E. Fourth. The workshop is designed to bring welfare and non-welfare recipients together wth the objective of becoming more understanding of each others needs and attitudes. During the time together the registrants will snare in mealtime table talk; a panel discussion made up of a social worker, a welfare recipient, an American Indian, and a State Department of Public Welfare representative, all of Mitchell; and participate in simulation games. The concept for such events grew out of a concern by the General Women's Society of Christian Service to understand the welfare situation more clearly and how the public might realize a better attitude mental"health YacTliUes,""an'd"we towards it The S D. 1 should support it. This Is the Association of Christian first time that a South Dakota Churches is co-sponsor for the governor has made such a ev »J 1 iI' i. in i L t. , recommendation. He recom- Mitchells workshop begins men ded $75,000 of that $200,000 Friday morning at 10 a.m. with for centers such as ours; we registration a n d cone udes could use S0me of ^ for a Saturday noon. The public is full-time director" invited and pre-registration is tUU Ume Clrector requested as the number will be limited. Total cost of the event is $4, or $1 for low-income or welfare recipients. Child care will be provided. Persons may register with any of the following steering RICHARD LASSEGARD 500 S. Minnesota "The governor has recommended $200,000 for community REV. VAL SAUER 407 E. Third "Our major need is more money for the clinic, treatment and counseling First Lutheran Elects Officers Blades, Mrs. Gladys ningham, Mrs. Ruby Edward Harrison or Sebesta; BOYD KNOX 1001 Mitchell Blvd. "We need to take care of ,' youth who are confused and upset. I hope we can get them organized First mental*health clinics befonTlhe : ^^^^r^K^ e .^^ 0n bCCOmeS m0r6 < Miry; S e m,n? ng ySf ^len^^dla?^ N ° PICTURE 315 N. Rowley, or call 996-8119. HOLY SPIRIT Monday Chili soup, crackers, cole slaw, Johnny cake & syrup, milk and bread. Tuesday Creamed chicken over rice, jello salad, buttered peas, cottage pud ding, milk and bread. Wednesday Pizza, tossed salad & dressing, green beans, Valentine cup cakes, milk and bread. Thursday Goulash, finger salad, buttered >roccoli, sweet rolls, milk and sauce. Friday Fish burgers, tartar sauce, fruit salad, corn, oatmeal cake, -milk. HOLY FAMILY Monday Baked beans & wieners, corn bread & honey, carrots , & elery, milk, applesauce, bread, butter. Tuesday Creamed chipped beef on 'mashed jotatoes, corn, cherry cobbler, >read, butter-and milk. Wednesday Sloppy Joes, French fries, pickles, green beans, cherry jello 'with whipped cream. Thursday Hamburger & noodles casserole, ossed salad, brownies, bread, butter and milk. Friday Vegetable soup, chicken salad andwiches, cookies, bread, butter and milk. SENIOR HIGH GRADE SCHOOLS Monday Beef ravioli, buttered vegetables, celery sticks, apple sauce, bread, butter, milk. Tuesday Creamed chip beef, whipped >otatoes, cabbage • raison salad, cookie, bread, butter, milk. Wednesday Cold cuts, buttered vegetables, carrot sticks, chocolate cake, bread, butter, milk. Thursday Macaroni-cheese-ham casserole, mttered green beans, celery sticks, ruit salad • whipped cream, bread, butter, milk. Friday Meat patti, buttered corn, carrot i ticks, tossed salad • dressing, dessert,-bread, butter, milk, VO-TECH Monday Chicken Spaetzel soup, stuffed peaches salad, tossed salad, fried chicken, poulette sauce, cauliflower polonaise, snowflake potatoes, assorted pies, lemon pudding. Tuesday Split green pea soup, salami rolls, ossed salad, Salisbury steak or macaroni and cheese, brown sauce, creamed broccoli, whipped potatoes, peach pie, lemon angle pie. Wednesday Cheddar cheese soup, potato salad, State Convention Jaycees Plan . Loon, and Kermit Black, Plans for the convention of the S.D. Jaycees, AUDREY KINSELLA 905 E. Fifth .:;.,:; "We need to improve facilities v«.oux Cl . > ver y clos€ at hand for toe ' The board of deacons consists P 6 " 0 " wtho needs hel P- we ne «* " of Al DeLange, chairman; Jim \? f ., get ,, a , wa y . from in * Sejnoha, secretary: and Delvon stitutional zation, and we need •. Ammon, Milt Albertz. Glen more pubhc education." „-,-, upcoming Digerness, Ellen Shevlin and to be held May 11-13 in Mitchell were Robert Taylor, members. . . . .., The board of trustees includes at Trecen^m'eeting 1 cHrol* ZieS^secreta^v; "Jid of the Mitchell Jaycees. The agenda also included: — A report on the Old Films Festival held at the Oscar Howe Cultural Center in conjunction with the recent Arts Week. The Jaycees thanked the city of Mitchell and Commercial Trust Glen Gedstad, Elmer Gerlach, Mlm Lawrence Strand FMB CURATOR WILL LECTURE Wehard Cropp, curator, of Middle „,.„.„„ ,,. , , „ • «*^V.M... in Mitchell, will .awrence Strand and Ken pres ent a lecture entitled. Worthing. "Getting Shot in the Philin-I p'nes" at the MInnehaha County" Historical Society's monthly* meeting In Sioux Falls, Thur* sday, Feb. 15, at 8 p.m. at the SUPPLIES FOR WAR VICTIMS Mr. and Mrs. Don Harris, Mitchell and Commercial Trust members of Mitchell's First O i d %ou7thouse SfctlTand Main" & Savings bank for loan of Lutheran Church, made a 1 couruiouse. bixtn and Main. chairs and Jeff Logan for recent trip to Minneapolis with! » providing the screen. 'supplies to be shipped to the homemade quilts, clothing, soap — Discussion of upcoming needy overseas as part of and rolled bandages. The next : projects including the Spring i Lutheran World Relief for war-1 supply from Mitchell will leave <• Fling retail promotion (March torn countries. Included were March 3. 30-31), and Honey Sunday (April — 8) drive for state mental health projects. As many Jaycees as possible were urged to attend the national convention, which will be held this year in Minneapolis on June 25-29. Gary Carson showed slides of the 1970 national convention in St. Louis. President Bruce Meyer presided. tossed salad, Hungarian beef goulash, creamed asparagus, buttered noodles, assorted pies, strawberry short cake. Thursday Minestrone soup, jello mold salad, tossed salad, spaghetti and meat balls or country style chicken, Italian sauce, creamed waxed beans, whipped potatoes, blueberry torte, coconut cream pie. Friday New England clam chowder or beef gumbo soup, salmon macaroni salad, tossed salad, pork chow meln or fried cod, white sauce, braised carrots, mashed potatoes and steamed rice, assorted pies, banana pudding. HEAD START Monday Bologna and sauerkraut, creamed potatoes, relishes, buttered tea rolls, milk, mini glazed twists. Orange juice, cheese pops. Tuesday • Beef ravioli, sliced beets, lettuce salad, buttered bread, milk, fruited jello. Apples. Wednesday Tuna, noodle, and pea casserole, mini muffins, relishes, chocolate cake, milk. Valentine cookies, fruit punch. Thursday Ham loaf, baked potatoes and butter, buttered bread, carrot sticks, fruit cocktail, milk. Oranges. Friday Barbecue beef on buns, buttered sliced carrots, pickles and celery sticks, fruit jello in whipped cream, milk. Fruit kabobs. Barbershop Harmony Concert SAT., FEB. 24 Mitchell Senior High Auditorium 2 SHOWS 6:30 P.M. FEATURING: 9:00 P.M. The Cavaliers Quartet, Newton, Kansas The Feed-Lot Four, Ft. Collins, Colo. Mitchell Barbershop Harmony Chorus Changing Winds Ensemble, Mitchell US LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE AT Siesta Motel Office Saterlie Drug $2.00 per person — HURRY! NOTICE For those who have things to pick up at Everett Cotton's, I will be there on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 2:00 and 4:00 until March 1. Cheryle Cotton Schmitt Adv. John, iverstni, »"*•"• "y^j-f- Julie Jones, Kimberly Kirber, Dale Kramer, Judy Mukey, Debra Mahoney, *•"***• Marken, Jem Marso, Martin, Gregory M«nn s - Ne.meth, Shiron M ~' '• ». priies.'lunch; welcome. . Piearson, . Cregory Rowe, MM* SD. Irrigators convention Fib. 1243, Holiday Inn, paviBQn<Hanion Farm Bureau jnuil mejnbenhip supper 6:30 i.m. Feb. 15, Davison County irgrounds. , .Stev* Wtgner WeBer, Jerry W« gebjupt, lOfigVr Super (Sty, SiterUe'i, door, • VMiX " f» ••^i«^» w» *Lsi^ m ' • ' Wright, James Zirpel, BW ^ .SJfWBB . _..'.• Carolyn Brech, ElgWh Gr«4* Bender, imit , C»4wiU« M . Nurses' taiitefs , 13, St. Jo4fpb/HospU»l B*ciiwg« dub S.D. regular AcadeniyAw«fd'W»nninfl The Longest Day The itory of tht men who wert there on June 6,18441 Starring John Wayne, Richard Burton, Robert Mitchum, Henry Fonda and more than SO other top international atari. ABC Sunday Night Movie Pdrt I ABC Monday Night Movie Part B •8;00pm KORN CHANNILI Henry Block has 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help. ReMon 1. Wo specialize in income tax preparation. We know the wrinkle*. We dig out every honest deduction. 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