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Wednesday, October 31, 2007
Holabird Elevator Marked For Destruction
by Mary Hinkle
The Holabird elevator is scheduled for demolition. I hope it goes easier than the Zip Elevator in Sioux Falls!
Publisher "Walks the Line"
To "Wesleyan Idol" Round 2
There were 11 acts out of 21 contestants chosen to be in the second round of competition next Monday night. Holabird Advocate Publisher Jerry Hinkle is one of them.
Postcard From Wyoming
by Mavis Kennedy
I am hoping you are alright and sounds like you are. Mary keeps us updated, and I visit the blog, when I can. Glad you made the play, what ever it is called, I'm not good at remembering that name.
Your grades are A OK, and I knew you would be able to do that. It is turning cold and am staying close to home. It was in the 20's this morning. I will go get the mail after awhile and bye the church to get my Upper Room, magazine, as I forgot to pick it up Sunday after church.
Kassidee is talking about getting married, sometime in July or Aug. She asked George and I if we would be their witness, I was honored to be asked, and of coarse, we will be glad to do that. She has been traveling a lot with her students. They were in Paris, and Poland, can't remember where else.
Do take care and have a little fun!
The Life and Times of Anthony Larocco
March 17, 1981 - Oct. 20, 2007
Anthony "Tony" Larocco, 26, of Harrold died Saturday, Oct. 20, 2007 in Harrold Services will be 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25 at Isburg Funeral Chapel in Pierre.
Visitation one hour prior to the service. Burial will be held in Arkansas at a later date.
Anthony "Tony" LaRocco was born on March 17, 1981 in Lawton, Okla. to K.C. and Sue (Swallow) Rice. He grew up and attended school in Rogers, Okla. In 1992 he moved to Arkansas, and in 2000 he moved to South Dakota. While living near Harrold, Tony worked for the Ramkota Hotel and Convention Center in Pierre. He was a member of the Harrold Fire Department and enjoyed car races and the outdoors.Tony is survived by his fiance Gerry Ogle and their two sons Brandon Tex and Casey James, all of Harrold; his parents Sue and K.C. Rice of Washburn, Mo. and one brother Joseph Lemons of Sioux Falls.He was preceded in death by Brenda Sue Lemons, Steven Ray Lemons and Eli Clay Lemons.
North of 40: What are you made of
by Red Green
As everyone gets more and more health conscious, we start to pay a great deal of attention to the list of ingredients they have on the labels of prepared foods. They not only tell you what's in the food, but also the proportions of each ingredient. So whatever they list first is the dominant element. I was thinking this would be a great policy to extend to people you meet. Their qualities should be listed on their forehead in descending order of prominence. "Kindness," "honesty" and "intelligence" would make a nice cluster somewhere near the top of the list. Whereas if the first two are "violence" and "intolerance," that's another way of saying "If you can read this, you're standing too close."
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