News Item: [b]Presho Local News [/b]
Posted by kim
Tuesday May 18, 2004
The Presho area received some much needed moisture during the past week. The temperature dipped below freezing Friday night and nipped the unprotected flowers and garden tomatoes.
Ken and Bette Reumann attended the Primo School of Dancing Friday evening in Rapid City at the Civics Center. Their granddaughter Rachel Harris was a member of the group. Jerry and Nita Smith and family also attended the show and enjoyed their granddaughter, Hannah Sugrue's performance.
The Reumanns also visited Delores Dolly earlier in the day. She sends greeting to all her friends.
Frances and Everett Terca went to Sturgis on May 6th , Frances was a guest of Virginia (Dolly) Caretensen at the 72nd annual Mother/Daughter banquet presented by the united Methodist women and men. The theme was "All you need is love a tribute to the Beatles." Also attending were Ginger's daughter Sarah and daughter Sirena, Sandi (Dolly) Smith and her daughter Erin of Lennox. The Terca's came home Friday.
Frances and Everett Terca arrived home on Monday from a six-month stay on Florida. Their daughter Lorna Wickett flew to Ft. Myers and drove back with them. She ventured to Valentine on Tuesday.
Mike and Wanda Lee Sweeney recently returned to Presho following a trip to Mt. Home, ID where they attended the Idaho Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame induction ceremonies. Wanda Lee's brother Buzz Roberts was inducted and awarded the Lifetime Service award at the 7th annual Wrestling Hall of Fame Banquet May 8, 2004.
Roberts, considered the founding father of the wrestling program at Mountain Home was head coach from 1958-1971. He also served as coach of the PeeWee-wrestling program during that time. Following his retirement from coaching in 1971 he served as a wrestling official for another ten years.
Roberts is a 1952 graduate of Presho High School and a Black Hills State College grad.
This news item is from lcherald.com
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