The Daily Republic from Mitchell, South Dakota on May 18, 1971 · Page 3
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Mitchell, South Dakota
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Tuesday, May 18, 1971
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Brownies Are Promoted Brownie troops 155, 128 and 205 met recently with Junior troop 151 at the Zion Lutheran Church for Fly • Up and Bridging ceremonies. Repre* ft W TT Ceremony Held for Brownies Mitchell Brownie troop members participating in recent Fly- Up ceremonies at Zion Lutheran Church were: Ann Alfred, Sherry A s m u s, Janet Bugenhagen, Julie Brown, Kathy Cooley, Dixie Dicus, Cyndy Hirsch, Nancy Jenkins, Susan Klose, Lori Mann, Julie Martin, Dawn Phillips, Julie Reynolds, Lori Thompson, Julie Willard, Brenda Adam, Dawn Gerlach, Peggy Hartung, Lynette Malde, Gina Murray, Elaine Peterson, Vicki Pfann, Taunia Schauer, Kathy Smith, Cheri Summers, Michelle Voges, Barbara Morgan, Peri Kluth, Cindy Snyder, Janet Dougherty, Darla Cold- hammer, Cheri Giedel, Tamra Hildebrand, Gayleen Rothenberger, Sandy Lassegard and Rox- senting the 38 Brownies pro. moted are Brenda Adam (from left), Troop 185 and Kathy Cooley, troop 126, both advanced to Junior, Laurie Brown, troop 151, advanced to Junior Cadets. Sandi Lassegard, troop 205, and Peggy Hartung, troop 155, advanced to Junior.. (Republic Photo by Haidle) anne Erdmann. Second grade Brownies receiving membership stars were Julie Peart, Mary Damon, Lisa Medley, Susan Black, Cindy Martin, Denese Busohelman, Debra Eilts, and Darla Hildebrand. Junior troops members assisting the Brownies in bridging were Vicky Adam, Laurie Brown, Debbie Dicus, Peggy Kirton, Valerie Landuyt, Cris Stewart, Sheri Doering, Mary Ann Lassegard, Cynthia Morgan, Kim Rang, Sarah Reynolds, Lisa Sogn, Ann Stork, Dawn Webb, Jane WiMard and Kim Kleinsasser. Mrs. Rube Adaun led the last group of girls. New BPW Officers Mitchellites elected to held in Cleveland in July. Also office at the state convention attending from Mitchell were of the S. D. Federation of Mrs. Agatha Johnson, Mrs. Business and Professional Nadean 'Matthews, Mrs. D.W. Women's Clubs are Mrs. Haz- McDowell, Mrs. Ed Graves, el Dowling, left, reelected as Mrs. Elsie Hanson, Mrs. state recording secretary, and Richard Rice, Mrs. George Mrs. Esther Worthing, first Bock, Linda Ringling, Linda vice president. Mrs. Dowling works with Schmucker, Paul, Gruner, Ida Miller, Ruth Tre vithick and Mrs. Randall Nohr & Associates, and Mrs. Stiles. Other state officers Worthing is office manager at Ray L. Roby & Associates. elected were Mrs. Lucille Dwyer, Rapid City, president; Theme of the convention, held Mrs. Alyce Marie Kelley, US Postal Officers To Several national officers and guests are scheduled to attend the 47th annual convention of the South Dakota Federation of Postal Clerks, South Dakota Association of Letter Carriers and their auxiliaries in Mitchell Friday and Saturday, May 21 and 22. Among those attending will be Walter Couillard, Minneapolis, national field director for the National Association of Letter Carriers; Philip Dooley, Washington, D.C., executive aide, United Federation of Postal Clerks; Glenn Hodges, Washington, D.C., director life insurance NALC; Mrs. Ralph Jensen, Rapid' City, national secretary UFPC Auxiliary; Clarence La- Pinske, Milwaukee, assistant field director NALC; Hugo Monkkonen, Minneapolis, regional vice president UFPC, and Mrs. Mildred Tolman, Pocatello, Ida., member of NALC executive board. State presidents of the two associations and their auxiliaries are: David Hansen SDFPC and Ronald Knight, SDALC, both of Aberdeen; Mrs. Gladys Gmord, Pierre, SDFPC Auxiliary, and Mrs. Laree Adkins, Rapid City, SDALC Auxiliary. Registration for the convention will begin at the Holiday Inn at 8 a.m. Friday, with the first general assembly at 10 a.m. in the Armada Room. Opening business session will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday, and a mixer, buffet will follow a 6 p.m social hour. Business sessions are set for 9 a.m. and -:30 p.m. Saturday. The convention banquet is scheduled for G:30 p m. Saturday, at which the new state officers will be introduced. The two-day affair will conclude with the Convention Ball in the Armada Room. Co-Chairmen of the Mitchell convention committee are Bob •Riggert and Harvey Schutz. MORTAR BOARD MEMBER Susan Gillis, attending Uni versity of South Dakota, was recently accepted into the Mortar Board, the senior women s national honorary. Members are chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, responsibility and service to the community Miss Gillis is the daughter of pr. *nd Mrs. F. D. Gillis, Mitch at Rapid City May 14-16, was "Shrine of Democracy"; the national convention will be Sioux Falls, second vice president; and Mrs. Hazelle Sck- erl, De Smit, treasurer. Cubs and Webelos scouts participation in Project SOAR from Pack 75 replant trees in (Save Our American Re- shelterbelts at the 4-H Fair- sources), the year-long "Con- grounds Saturday. The proj- servation Good Turn" of the ject was part of the pack's Boy Scouts of America. (Republic Photo by George) * * * * * * Conservation Good Turn- Scouts Plant Trees For SOAR Project Local Firms Report Varied Strike Effects Railroad activity in Mitchell has been halted since Monday due to the nationwide strike of the 13,000-member Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen. The Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Co., which ordinarily handles six trains daily through Mitchell, has reported 16 train crew em- ployes idle as a result of the strike. The Chicago and North Western Railway Co., which ordinarily handles one train per day, has reported only one em- ploye, the station agent, not working due to the strike. A sampling of local businesses revealed that problems caused by the strike range from nonexistent to potentially serious. Representatives of the following businesses reported effects of the strike: United Building Centers—"We do use the railroad and we are affected; we get three cars in per week, so we'll just have to slant using trucks. We don't ship anything out by rail." Ross Laboratories—"It hasn't affected us yet, but it could over a long period of time. We use the railroad quite a bit for incoming and outgoing ship- Hearing on Gutter, Curb Held By MARK WINHELD Republic City Editor At their regular meeting Monday evening, the Mitchell City Council: —Held a hearing on the proposed resolution of necessity for curb and gutter construction, and deleted the W. Hurst block from the project. —Sat as a board of adjustment and denied a zoning variance appeal by William Weiland to move a lakeside cottage. —Set June 7 for hearings on a zoning variance appeal, citywide application for non-intoxicating beer licenses, opening bids for curb and gutter construction, and additional curb and gutter requests. —Let stand original action permitting billboards at Duff and Havens, with Councilmen Jack Pesicka and A. H. (Arnie) Kiepke dissenting. —Agreed to test one city garbage truck for conversion to propane fuel as proposed by Northern Propane Gas Co. —Renewed a fire protection contract with Ross Laboratories for two years. —Approved the first estimate due Commercial Asphalt for patch mix for $1,209.28. —Set June 21 for a hearing on the proposed resolution of necessity for street improvement paving project P-71, and a learing on the proposed sewer purchase from Super City. —Approved two applications for moving buildings, three tax abatements and two curb breakouts. —Recognized Wilfred Schulte and George Gillespie, water treatment plant operators, for successfully completing _ volun- ;ary advancement training for Class I Certification. —Set the next regular meeting for a decision on a Honeywell proposal to maintain and update water treatment plant controls at $7,000 per year. —Agreed to proceed with Phase I of south side water- main construction (Norway St. past the south corner of Dakota Manufacturing). —Approved a Public Health and Safety recommendation lo purchase 300 new parking meters. Present were council president Wayne Jares (presiding), W. E. (Bill) Meekins, Audrey Kinsella, Lloyd Potter, A. H. (Arnie) Kiepke, Jack Pesicka ments." Plains Industries — "We don't ordinarily have much coming in by rail, and nothing going out. Mostly by truck." Lindekugel & Sons — "Sometimes we use the railroad for rocks and oil, but we're not shipping that right now. We might be affected in the future if we wanted rocks or oil." Dakota Manufacturing — "We don't use the railroad in or out." Dakota Pump, Inc. — "It doesn't affect us at present. Most of it goes by truck, and as long as the trucks aren't affected, we're okay." Hormel — "Mostly we move by truck, but the strike could become a problem if it continues for a long time." Dakota Welding — "We use trucks in and out, but the main office in Sioux Falls might be affected." Daily Republic - "We just get newsprint by rail and we have a lot on hand for several months." Robert Burns Lumber Co.— "We get all our lumber and building materials in by rail. We could hold out 30 days or longer — then we can always use trucks." Ellefson Implement (John Deere) — "We use the railroad, mostly in the spring, but most of the spring machinery is in. Nothing goes out by rail." New Holland Implement— "We do get shipments in by rail, but we have a supply on hand." Northwestern Public Service- No information was available for release by press time Tuesday. Dakota Cheese — "No effects thus far, and we don't anticipate any." Charles P. Volz Rites Thursday Funeral Mass for Charles P. Volz, 58, Mitchell, will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Holy Family Catholic Church with the R e v . James Bream officiating. Friend's may call from 7-9 p.m. Wednesday at the Milliken Funeral Home with the Scripture Service at 9 o'clock. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Volz was born May 20, 1912 at Farmer to Mr. and Mrs. Matt Volz and died May 16 at a Mitchell hospital. On Jan. 15, 1934 he married Laura Loonier at Orient. He was a member of the Legion of Mary and the Knights of Columbus. Survivors include four sons, Ronald, Denver; Larry, Wichita, Kan., and James and Richard, Mitchell; six daughters, Mrs. Robert (Charlene) Mills, Phoenix, Ariz.; Sister Gayle, Sioux Falls, and Mrs. Jerry (Jean) Mohr, Mary Lynn, Joyce and Laurie, Mitchell. Two brothers, Raymond, Portland, Ore., and Walter, Sacramento, Calif.; four sisters, Mrs. A. G. Cummings and Mrs. Eldon Dungey, Steilacoom, Wash.; Mrs. Howard Siemsen, Portland, and Mrs. William Steilen, Alexandria, and 12 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his-wife in 1957 and a sister. What's Happening Civil Air Patrol — 7 p.m. Tuesday at YMCA. Swim Lessons — - Wednesday at YMCA: 4 p.m. for intermediates, 5 p.m. for swimmers and 7 p.m. for adults. Lawn Bowling — 7 p.m. Tuesday at Hitchcock bowling green. CYMBOL Meets 7 p.m. Tuesday at First United Methodist Church. 'His Land' Film on Israel 8 p.m. Tuesday at Wesleyan Church, and 8 p.m. Wednesday at First Baptist Church; public invited. Rebekahs — Social hour 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at home of Mrs. and R. G. (Bob) Phillips. Ab- ley. Geneve Metgard, 819 N. Row- sent was Carl Schroeder. Mitchellites Are Officers of State Dental Groups WATERTOWN UP) — Mrs. George Armstrong of Mitchell was elected president of the auxiliary to the South Dakota Dental Society at a meeting Monday at the Watertown Country Talent Show — W Club talent show 8 p.m. Wednesday at Dakota Weleyan auditorium. LPN Meeting — 7 p.m. Wednesday, 517 E. Fifth, Sheila Crawford hostess, program will be highlights of NAPNES convention. This is final meeting of current year, "W e 1 c o m e to the Monkey House" 8 p.m. Friday and Sat_ , , j „, u i « o^r. „• cTub."The"'meeting" was held in'urday in Dakota Wesleyan audi- Fprty-one cubs and Webelos Deaver, Scott Deaver, Brian conjunction with the State Den- torium. May 1ft, Iflti Mitchell ttfliiy Republic, Mall May i§, -Wi ... Is it Big Enough? 1 Corn Palace custodian Don by nearly nine feet hlg. The McDaniel, left, and concession flag, which Pooley received employe Byron Pooley display last year in San Diego, Calif., an American flag 17 feet long will go tip Memorial Day and fly over the Corn Palace on other special occasions. (Republic Photo by Winheld) Teletype Tape Is Tour Topic Don Fitzler, DAILY REPUBLIC circulation manager, explains teletype news tapes to a group of Lower Brule 6th graders on a tour of the newspaper. The tours, a pop- * * * * * * Newspaper Tours Are Popular Spring Activity A newspaper is an education-Roche >and Larry Ness. al institution in more ways than one, judging by the traditional springtime upsurge in school tours through THE DAILY REPUBLIC. Touring recently were the following 6th graders from Lower Brule Day School: Bernice Badhorse, Cheryl Hawkwing, Karil Harmon, Barla Langdeau, Darrell Middletent, Dale Middletent, Mark Bufifalo, Herbie Goodlow, Ronnie Desheu- quette, Sam LaRoche, Earl La- Action Delayed In Circuit Cases An extradition hearing scheduled for Monday before Davison County Circuit Court J u d g e nitz, Joey Kyte, Rich Hohn, George W. Wuest has been post T "" 1M ™-»«-»— «-•* "° Lower Brule 5bh graders on tour were Bart Ness, Marty Jandreau, Jimmy Estes, Floyd Flute, Percy Goodiface, Louis Desheuquette, Charlie Goodlow, Ted McCauley, Steve Powers, Joey Laagdeau, Jessie Mae Fire Cloud, Teresa Gulfin, Velma Badhorse, Esther Flute and Barbara Chasing Horse. Supervisors were Charlene Christensen, Lisa Buck, John Estes, Wilma Fire Club, Robert Bruesch and Cheri Pate. Also touring the paper recently were the following Ethan 6th graders, accompanied by Mrs. Ken Petersen a worth MeCrary: Bonnie Thuringer,' Chris Be litz, Janice Heckel, Danny Reim- Janice Neugebauer, Mark Be- Doned to Mavis The case in- «**, P»*» Puetz, Dennis Bn>s- vdvt ™ M att y empt ^ No"? Or- ke, Linda Deter Pamela Web- leans authorities to gain custody er, »eUa Nonwck Mark Puetz of a Rapid City native (juvenile) presently living in Mitchell, accused of distributing LSD. In other Circuit Court action, the court trial of Isaak versus Fridley was held Monday before Judge Wuest. The judge will make a decision after 10 days:'™" in order to review mater iais j gjjj _ Mary McKee, Gayle Thill, Glenda Thill, Cindy Maeschen, Mary Long, Greg Fritza, Brenda Otten, Billy Wittstruck, Mark Feiner, Joan Neugebauer, Steve Endres, Dawn Garvis, Jodi Sc'hlaffman, Bruce Nearhood, Scott Klumb, Curtis Mueller, Cindy from both sides. The case involves Mitchellite Eltor Isaak, motor vehicle inspector, represented by Mitchell attorney LeRoy Lassegard, versus Keene Fridley, state commissioner of motor vehicles, represented by the attorney general's office. THANK YOU I would like to thank Drs. R. Delaney and Lewis, nurses and staff of St. Joseph Hospital, friends and relatives for cards, flowers, gifts and visits during my stay in St. Joseph Hospital Isaak, who was dismissed'and in the University of Min from his job recently, claims to nesota. I sincerely appreciate have been fired without the hearing required for veterans Judge Wuest issued a restrain- _^ ing order preventing Isaak's dismissal pending the outcome of Monday's trial. nlar springtime school activity, have been averaging about three per week. (Republic Photo by Winheld) Mrs. W. Tysdale ' Rites Thursday Funeral services for Mrs. William (Zelma) Tysdale, 77, Mitchell, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the First Lutheran Church with the Rev. M. Franklin Pudas officiating. Friends may call from 7-9 p.m. Wednesday at the Milliken Funeral Home. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery. She was born Feb. 27, 1894 at HinMey, 111., to Mr. and Mrs. John Vandelman and died May 17 at a Mitchell hospital. On Oct. 22, 1949 she married William G. Tysdale in Los Angeles. Survivors include her widower; a niece, Mrs. Frank C. Powell, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and two nephews, Harlan Helgerson, Sioux Falls, and Herbert Bandetoan, Huron. Joseph Stuart Rites Wednesday Funeral services for Joseph Stuart, 78, Mitchell, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Milliken Funeral Home. Friends may call from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral chapel with Masonic rites at 8 o'clock. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery. Mr. Stuart was born Nov. 11, 1892 at Parkston to Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Stuart and died May 17 at a Mitchell hospital. On Nov. 17, 1936 he married Mae Wurm at Pierre. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge. He had farmed in the area until his retirement. Survivors include his widow and four nieces, Mrs. Ruth Terbell, Ft. Pierre; Mrs. Fay Daum, Sturgis; Mrs. Vi Dahl, Pierre, and Mrs. Linda Shipley, scouts from Pack 75 completed Saturday one section of the pack's three-phase program for participation in Project SOAR (Save our American Resources), the U.S. Boy Scout year long conservation good-turn. The cubs and seven pack leaders took part in tree replanting in some of the shelterbelts at the 4-H Fairgrounds. Directing the project was Jim Hunt, U.S. Soil Conservation Service. After a demonstration by Hunt, each boy was given an opportunity to plant a tree. Most of the cubs also took a t r e e home to plant in their yard. The tree planting is the first of the three sections of the pack program to be completed. Early in April, each of the cubs and Webelos built either a bird house or bird feeder. The other phase is to participate in the National Scout Clean - Up Day to be held June 5. Cubs and Webelos who participated in the Saturday project were: Terry Adams, Dean Boehmer, Dirk Boyden, Terry Brown, Jerry Brown, Brett Bugenlragen, Doug Busk, Alan Crouch, Dennis Crouch, Fred Damon, Brad Gau, Douglas George, Jeff George, Keith Goodface, Craig Hale, Mark Hanson, Troy Hart, David Heidinger, Mike Lawrence, J i m Lawrence, Jeff Fredericks, Robert Johnson, tal society convention. Locals Clearings at the Mitchell Other officers elected are 10 - 11:15 'Met your Congressman" day banks Tuesday totaled $318,^95. Mrs. Richard Schoessler, Pierre, vice president; Mrs B. F. Wallace, Aberdeen, treas-'Uc invited. a.m. in courthouse i34. Room, May 28, You can have music in every with Rep. James Abourezk. Pub- room with stereo equipment Memorial you find through the Want Ads. *ic u »».a ai iiuucii """"a"", urer and Mrs. Joe Pauley, Ab-1 Concordia Teachers College a Phone 996-5514, place your ad Brian Lennocker, Chris Menard,! prrippn sprrp t arv . icapella choir sings 8 p.m. ^ Randy Nuss, Jeff Peart, Mark Phillips, Scott Podhadrasky, Steve Spry, Tony Stands, Noel Stenberg, Steve Stenberg, Mike The 1972 meeting will be held 30 at Zion Lutheran Church; in Aberdeen. public invited. Adv. Ruth Keith and Stanley Hai- The South Dakota Dental Hy- Dr. Leslie Duly to speak on die were issued a marriage li- liamson, Craig Uptagrafft Shannon Zephier. Leaders participating were Karl George, cubmaster; Delbert Toben, Webelos le..der; Robert Busk, committee chairman; and den mothers Mrs. Karl George, Mrs. Wayne Williamson, Mrs. Louie Podhradsky and Mrs. Ron Spry. g _ _ . - A lib UUMI.11 i^l*lHJtt* j^f v^iiti* & **J , M-T + t *~>w---»' — -.— ,, — £- . 1 t_ T\ " , Mike gie , nists ail , 30 eleced officers at Africa Thursday, 10 a.m. in Sci- cense May 17 by the Davison ' „"?: their state convention held in ence Hall auditorium and in a County Clerk of Courts. i Watertown Sunday, Monday and' panel discussion at 1:30 p.m.! Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doyle, 'Tuesday Public invited. Mitchell, are the parents of a New officers are Mrs. Barb- Senior Citizens meet May 24, .boy weighing 8 pounds, 14 Williamson, Rapid City, presi-;2 p.m., at City Hall; refresh- ounces born May 17 at St. RECOGNIZED FOR ACADEMICS Diane L. Houska was recently recognized by the National College of Business, Rapid City, at the third annual Awards Convocation, for distinguished academic work. Miss Houska is tiie dent; Mrs. Donna Neilan, Ver-! ments served. million, vice president; Mrs. I Joieen Buchholz, Mitchell, secre- taary; Mrs. Kathy Johnson, Vermillion, treasurer; and Mrs. Catherine Miller, Rapid City, trustee. The- 1972 meeting will be held in Aberdeen. I Joseph Hospital. APPOINTED TO COMMITTEE Brenda Ellwein, attending the University of South Dakota, Vermillion, has recently been appointed to the Dakota Days Dignitaries Committee by Bill Peterson, Dakota Days Chairman. Miss Ellwein is the daugh- Now Showings 7:15 & 9:15 In 1915 America wanted a Great White Hope to take away this man's championship and his pretty white girl. The Great White Hope daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Iner ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Houska, rural Mitchell, I Ellwein, Mitchell.

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