September 15 2004

[b]Historical Society holds End of Season picnic[/b]

Posted by Kim
The Annual Labor Day picnic and program was held September 5th at the museum. Attendance was down, probably due to inclement weather and the opening weekend of the State Fair. About 50 members attended.

September 15 2004

[b]Lines from Lucy [/b]

Posted by Kim
editor's note: The Herald featured interviews with local Korean veterans in this week's issue in honor of the dedication of South Dakota's Korean War Memorial in Pierre, Saturday, September 18.

Lest we forget


A statue of a brave American GI, enduring the arctic weather throughout the Chosin Battle one of the worse battles U.S. forces fought during the Korean War, stands near Capitol Lake. The GI is still fighting as he glances over his shoulder at his fallen brethren, their names engraved upon a memorial wall. He is low on ammunition, frostbitten, tired and unshaven, but with a look of determination, he delivers a Centurion salute and completes his mission.

September 15 2004

[b]Relaince News by Doreine [/b]

Posted by Kim
Saturday, September 11th, Janice Schelske attended the Sew What Quilter's meeting, at the Presho American Lutheran Church. A Show and Tell was held with quilter's showing what they had finished and telling about it. Dorothy Monson and Caroline Halgrimson gave a lesson on the color wheel. Dorothy gave each group fabric pieces and they finished a block with colors blending into place.

September 15 2004

[b]Walter Juhnke, 101[/b]

Posted by Kim
Walter Juhnke, 101
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