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kcaB gnikooL 4-9-14

Posted April 9, 2014 at 6:55 pm

April 3, 1914

Little Twila Else ate some poison Wednesday morning and one very anxious papa was phoning for a doctor. After the remedies prescribed by the doctor had been applied, the little one was alright again.

We noted in the St. Lawrence News that Francis Ice and Floyd Reeves sold a motorcycle to Willie Shepherd. He will work on the farm again for Professor Courts near Ree Heights and use the cycle as a conveyance when occasion requires.

John W. Hall began the job of moving the A.O. Johnson house out to Frank Enger’s place in the south part of the county Friday last. There were 22 horses pulling the house when it went out of town.

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    Plaza welcomes new resident Miller Plaza 4-9-14

    Plaza welcomes new resident

    We added to the number of residents last week when “Cec” Miller came to join us. We all welcome her!

    The Book Club met on Tuesday at 1 p.m. and are studying the book, “Grace”. There were 10 in attendance last week. Everyone is welcome to attend the Book Club.

    Thursday is coffee-time in the dining room, and was enjoyed by 13 persons who attended on the April 3.

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    St. Liborius announces
    Polo-Orient 4-9-14

    St. Liborius announces

    Holy Week services

    Our sympathy to the families of former long time Polo resident, Kay Martinmaas, age 90. Kay passed away on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 in Miller. Her Prayer Service was Tuesday evening at St. Ann’s Church in Miller and the funeral mass at St. Liborius Church in Polo was followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery.

    The funeral mass for Verna (Huss) Sturdevant, age 93, who grew up

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    Residence learn about Schmeckfest Good Samaritan Society 4-9-14

    “It is in Giving that we Receive,” was Reverend Janice Palmer’s message for our March 30 Sunday worship service. Scripture used was Psalm 27. Reverend Palmer also played a piano prelude, “Wonderful Words of Life,” and accompanied on piano during the singing portion of the service.

    Linda Allen played several piano hymns for us Sunday afternoon, too.

    Audrey Oligmueller read “Faith Cahalan, Distinguished Alum” to us from South Dakota State Alumni and Friends magazine, Monday afternoon. We continue to miss

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    Sinkie one of four candidates
    for Legionette of the Year Gann Valley 4-9-14

    Linda Ness was a dinner guest in the Lyle and Lenora Pawlowski home on Wednesday.

    Carol Grabin attended a Quilt Retreat in Faulkton on Thursday and Friday.

    Evelyn Wulff was a supper guest in the Evelyn Wulff home Wednesday evening to help Barb Schleder celebrate her birthday.

    Gene Grabin traveled to Sioux Falls on Thursday and was an overnight guest in the Patrick and Jennifer Cuka home. On Friday he did a book

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    kcaB gnikooL 4-2-14

    March 27, 1914

    Ree Heights was the first precinct, as usual, to turn in a report to the county seat. There were 2 Socialist, 7 Democratic and 32 Republican votes cast. All of the winners will appear on the Republican ticket this fall that won (all Republicans).

    Ed and Ernest Suhn have purchased C.L. Bowman’s in the Bowman and Bell well outfit, and Ed will go along with the rig.

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    Abbie Hill’s 96th birthday celebrated Plaza News 4-2-14

    Abbie Hill’s 96th birthday celebrated

    A number of the Miller Plaza residents and some guests have been enjoying a “book study session each Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the dining room. Right now the study is on “Grace”, Connie Fawcett has been the leader of this project. Last session had 11 attending. Everyone is welcome to attend.

    The Thursday, March 27, coffee time was held in the dining room when Abbie Hill celebrated her 96th birthday. Cake and coffee were served

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    Time for another flood… Wells Wisdom 4-2-14

    Okay, so I’m not supposed to be a movie critic, but I watched one this weekend that is begging to have someone make fun of it.

    I frequently watch movies that make me wonder if I somehow read the wrong book before going to see the movie, but Noah has me wondering if I should schedule a re-read of the entire Old Testament of the Bible. I once heard of an author who said he got his idea for a second book by watching the movie of

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    Ree Heights experiencing typical ups and downs of spring Ree Heights 4-2-14

    The weather this past week has been the typical spring weather with the warm and then the cold. We seem to have lots of it every spring so it is a normal spring but we always hear the same complaints every year with we have had a long winter and why doesn’t it stay nice for a while? We just have to get used to it. They say that, “God doesn’t give you more than you can handle.” We did have some snow but only a trace on a couple of days, not even

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    Area residents attend plays over weekend Gann Valley 4-2-14

    Area residents attend plays over weekend

    Ellen Speck attended the Dinner Theater held at the First Methodist Church in Huron Friday evening. Jim Anderson did an outstanding actor portrayal in “The Good, The Bad, and The Holy” as one of the main players. A delicious dinner was served.

    Tuesday Dave and Judy Gaulke visited in the Robin Knigge home in White Lake.  Marge Knigge and Butch Wait joined them for some card playing.

    Dulcy

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