clinton Schemmer presents flag to scouts oct 28, 1961

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clinton Schemmer presents flag to scouts oct 28, 1961 - THE DAILY REPUBLIC, Mitchell, S. D, Sotufday,...
THE DAILY REPUBLIC, Mitchell, S. D, Sotufday, Octbbsr 28,1961 Slated , For Service Halloween carnival for young and community Oct. 30. beginning Dorcas Club planning the help of many and community. booths of lunch pool benefit will be given the town fashion, after This will to the For Carnival Chosen Service annual school in the Armour Auditorium Nov. 3rd. being sold and prizes to a $50 and also turkeys. for car- are Sheila Der Werff, Rothenberger sophmores: and Dennis and Patsy Jones, seniors. 50-Star Flag Flown Over Nation's Capitol Presented W'aner Scouts * + * ' —' 18 Clinton Schemttier, center, shows Chuck Bpreson, tcft, and Craig Foreman, rigrJit, (he 50 stars on the flag he presented to Scout Troop 100 Monday night. The flag was flown over the capitol of the United States on July 4. I960, the day the new flag became the official banner of our nation. (Republic News Service rhoto) For At Office There are 38 South Dakotans income tax re- Revenue Ser- $1,223.32 are not be deliver- or im>roper checks waiting addresses Onlda, S. Rapid Martha P. Billy D. Calif.; San Francisco, By Republic News Service WINNER — A 50-star Wag that was flown over the capitol of the U.S. on July 4, 1960, the day it became the official flag of the nation was presented Monday evening to Boy Scout Troop 100 by an ex-Winner Boy Scoiit, Clinton Schemmer. The flag was made available to Schemmer through Sen. Francis Case. Schemmer lived in the Winner area until 1934, where he was a sophomore in Winner High School. He is now a technical sergeant In the Air Force and is stationed at Ft. Lee. Va., with the Air Defense Command. He and his father, Clinton H. Schemmer, retired game warden in the Rosebud area in the late 1920's are in Tripp County on a pheasant hunt. The Services Held For lifelong Bennett Co. Man By Republic News Service MARTIN — Funeral serv ices were held at St. Katharine's Episcopal Church the afternoon of Oct. 5 for Thomas Raymond Marshall. 33, who was killed in an accident which occurred south of Mart i n senior Schcmmer lives In Bedford Village. N. Y. In an informal talk he was asked to give before presenting the new flag, Schemmer described some aspects of the bomb-proof aircraft monitor center where he works. Schemmer has been in the Air Force 19 years. The sergeant recalled early camping trips the Winner' scouts made to the Black Hills. Sand Hills, Lake Andes and Pierre. He exclaimed that to return after 30 years and see some of the unusual changes amazed him. Schemmer described the fabU' lous hunting years which Tripp County has seen and talked about hunting. He concluded by giving advice to the youth to stay with the Boy Scouts and finish high school. "Then." he said, "If you aren't sure what you want to do, go into the service. Maybe the things you observe while in the service will open your eyes to something and you might go to college." After his Informal talk, the 50 star flag was presented by Schemmer to the troop. At the same session Scout Master Ben Vledt showed troop members one of the earliest Boy Scout manuals on record in Tripp County and the original .Troop charter, dated Sept. 11, 1923. 50-Ton Scale South filed Regents as The Include General will be neers aimed For $2,899.81 Mllford by Dakota which celebration represented paying against corporation. He balance city early shown making centennial claim the the $2,453.01. $5;352.82 Corporation money of all Park. a in Jacobson at been of filled been

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  2. 28 Oct 1961, Sat,
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