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94 84 201910January 23, 2013Cody Trainor scores 1,000 ... Cody is the third player in FaithHigh School history to score 1,000 points or more. The other twoplayers were Dusty Petz 1996, and Luke Enos 2007. All three of theseplayers not only scored a 1000 points, but they were all great team-mates, great leaders, and all were part of very successful teams.Cody scored his first varsity point against New Underwood and hescored his 1000th against New Underwood also. Pictured left toright: Kelly Daughters, Coach Doug Schauer, Cody Trainor, BryantSchauer. Photo by Marcia Samuelsonso they will be able to fend off dis-eases. There are many other fac-tors, specifically nutrition thatplay a role in the success or fail-ure of a vaccination program. Dr.Sides has extensive beef industrynutrition experience, compiling20 years with organizations suchas Intervet/ Hoechst-Russell Vet,Cargill Animal Nutrition andMoorman Manufacturing Com-pany. Before putting his nutri-tional expertise to work for Pfizerand beef producers, Sides spenttwo years as a livestock extensionspecialist with Texas A&M Uni-versity, located in Fort Stockton,Texas. Additionally, Sides was aresearch scientist with UtahState University. Based in Lima,Peru, he worked in the AndesMountains above 14,000-feet ele-vation, studying the reproductiveand nutritional characteristics ofSouth American ruminants. Healso taught at La Molina Agricul-tural University in Lima. Dr.Sides currently lives in Sterling,CO.To round out the program,SDSU Extension, the City ofFaith, and area producers wouldlike to invite you to attend the36th Annual Ranchers Forumand 2nd Annual Pen of 3 BullShowcase at Faith LivestockCommission on February 7thfrom 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Thetheme for the day is Health, Nu-trition and the Economics that tiethem together. Adele Harty, SDSU ExtensionCow/Calf Field Specialist willbegin the morning with a presen-tation on alternative feedssources and the considerationsthat need to be made when in-cluding them in a feeding pro-gram. Adele has worked forSDSU Extension since 2005, witha majority of her focus being inruminant nutrition, specificallycow/calf nutrition. She is fromthe Philip area.Dr. Gary Sides, Nutritionistwith Pfizer Animal Health willthen give a presentation on therelationship between nutritionand immunology. Its not as sim-ple as giving calves a vaccinationJack Davis, SDSU Extension Eco-nomics Field Specialist will tie itall together by talking about howthe decisions producers make af-fect their bottom line. The other main event duringthe day is the Pen of 3 Bull Show-case. This will take place in thesale ring from 12:30-2:30 withparticipants having an opportu-nity to preview bulls from areaproducers. This is a non-competi-tive show, just a chance for pro-ducers and current or potentialcustomers to get together beforebull sale season hits full swing. Ifyou are interested in showingyour bulls in the pen of 3 contactTy Dieters 748-2404.There will be a trade show setup as well as door prize drawingsthroughout the day. The registration fee for theevent is $10 per person and pre-registration by February 4th isstrongly encouraged. To preregis-ter, call the City of Faith Office at967-2261. The meal is sponsored byPfizer Animal Health.36th Annual Faith Ranchers Forum and2nd Annual Pen of 3 Bull ShowcaseCongratulations to the varsity volleyball team for receiving an award from the SDHSAAfor achieving or exceeding a GPA of 3.0! Pictured front row, left to right: seniors Tearnee Nelson, PaigeBrink, Marissa Collins and Ashley Drum. Back row, left to right: Bailly Enright, Brooke Enright, MadisonVance, Shanna Selby, Teagan Engel, Michaelah Martin, Tori Simonson and Katie Bogue. Missing fromphoto: Karli Kilby and Katy Miller. Photo by Marcia SamuelsonInitiated during the 1996-97school year, the SDHSAA Aca-demic Achievement Team Awardprogram is designed to recognizevarsity athletic teams and finearts groups for their academic ex-cellence. The South Dakota HighSchool Activities Association be-lieves that high school studentslearn in two distinct ways: insidethe classroom and outside theclassroom (on the stage and/orathletic field). This academic pro-gram creates a positive environ-ment for school teams to have itsmembers excel in the classroom.This program is also meant to mo-tivate students toward academicexcellence and to promote aca-demic encouragement from team-mates.All varsity athletic teams andfine arts groups that participatein Association-sponsored activi-ties are eligible for this recogni-tion program. The AcademicTeam Award program provideshigh school students with the op-portunity to prove they can beoverwhelmingly successful inboth academics as well as in ath-letic and fine arts activities.All varsity athletic teams andfine arts groups that achieve acombined grade point average of3.0 or higher are eligible to re-ceive an SDHSAA AcademicAchievement Team Award. The Faith High School girlsvolleyball team was among theschools recognized.Faith High School volleyballteam receives AcademicAchievement Team AwardPage 2 January 23, 2013 The Faith IndependentPublished in the Heart of the West River EmpirePublication No. 184760Published Weekly on WednesdayFaith, SD 57626-0038POSTMASTER, Send Address Changes to:P.O. Box 38, Faith, SD 57626-0038PHONE: (605) 967-2161 FAX: (605) 967-2160E-mail: faithind@faithsd.comPERIODICALS POSTAGE PAIDFaith, South Dakota 57626SUBSCRIPTION RATE: Faith & Dupree $34.00+ local tax; In-state $39.00 + local tax; Out-of-state $39.00; Foreign $45.00.ADVERTISING RATES: Local Display: $4.50 per column inch.WANT ADS & CARDS OF THANKS: $5.00 for first20 words; 10 per word thereafter.ADS & NEWS DEADLINE: Monday NoonPUBLIC NOTICE DEADLINE: Friday, 10:00 a.m.DEADLINE: Last possible moment to turn news items in at the office to be published.LEGAL NEWSPAPER FOR: State of S.D., MeadeCounty, City of Faith, Faith School District 46-2Publisher.............................................................Don RavelletteOffice Manager.......................................................Diane IsaacsReporter, Proofreader, Composition.................Loretta PassoltCOPYRIGHT: 1988 Faith Independent. All rights re-served. Nothing may bereprinted, photocopied, or inany way reproduced from this publication, in whole orpart, without the written consent of the publishers.Faith Community Health CenterDOCTOR SCHEDULEVerna Schad, CNP . . . . . . . .Call for schedulePeggy OConnor, CNP . . . .Call for scheduleDAVID ROLLASON, PA . . . . . . . . . .THURSDAYSOffice Hours 8:00 AM-5:00PM MondayFridayFor appointments call:605-967-2644 or1-800-584-7668ObituaryFuneral services for FrankieReeves, age 97, of Shakopee, MNand formerly of Mobridge wereheld Saturday, January 19, 2013at Kesling Funeral Home in Mo-bridge. Burial was in the TimberLake Cemetery. Frankie passedaway Wednesday, January 9,2013 in Shakopee.Frankie was born to Frank andGrace (Duncan) Rickels on De-cember 9, 1915 in Terry County,TX at the Brownfield Ranch.Frankie's father was ranch fore-man of the Brownfield Ranch.The ranch was large, boasting offifty-three sections where theyraised cattle and horses. Frankieattended college at Texas Tech atLubbock majoring in clothing anddesign. Frankie was an excep-tional seamstress sewing much ofher own clothing. She was notedfor her unique design and fabricin her western shirts that shemade for her husband, Arthurand her two boys Dean and Buzz.Frankie was very creative. Sheknitted afghans for all of hergrandchildren. She alwaysseemed to be in the middle ofsome kind of creative project.After college, she worked forRural Rehabilitation in 1934 and1935. Arthur worked for theBrownfield Ranch as a foremanand wrangler of one of the divi-sions. This is where the legacybegan. Frankie and Arthur weremarried at Lamesa, TX on August3, 1935. When a severe droughthit Texas, Frankie & Arthurpacked up and moved their familyto Colorado. By then, they hadtwo boys, Dean and Gene (Buzz).They lived near Trinchera andTrinidad for the next six years.In 1949, Frankie once againpacked up her family and movedto the Dupree and Eagle Butte,SD area. Over the years she hadmoved 28 times, with the major-ity moves being in South Dakota.In 1960, Arthur went to work forthe South Dakota Stockgrowersas a Brand Inspector, his first jobwas in Sioux Falls, SD. While liv-ing in Sioux Falls, Frankie be-came the secretary for SiouxValley Hospital on the post oper-ative floor. She worked thereuntil they were transferred toCorsica, SD. Not one to stay idle,Frankie went to work as a recep-tionist and assistant to an op-tometrist, Dr. Stekely, in Platte,SD. She worked there for overeight years. The family thenmoved to Winner, SD. After sev-eral years there, they moved toBison, then Mobridge. WhenFrankie's health got to where shecouldn't be alone, she went to livewith her grandson, D'Aun Reeves,his wife Sharon and their family.She loved her new home atShakopee, MN, where she becamepart of their family and family ac-tivities.During all Frankie andArthur's moves, their horses wentwith them. Buzz tells of unload-ing 45 head of mares off the trainat Midland and trailing them 75miles north to Dupree, when theycame to South Dakota in 1949.Frankie and Arthur becamerenowned South Dakota QuarterHorse Breeders. Their breedingstock boasted of the famous pedi-grees of Tom Baker, Bartender,Bar Nothing Springer, HarmonKing and FerTidy. They wereawarded the 50 year AQHALegacy award in 1998. The oldadage, "Beside every successfulman, stands a rema