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Nitteberg Construction Co. Gale Nitteberg, President

General Excavation • Gravel Office: 873-9300 Fax: 873-9301 Estelline • Hartford • Hayti • Hazel • Watertown

202 Main St. • P.O. Box 450 Estelline, SD 57234-0450

Estelline

Wards

Shopping Center

Rodeo Days

Full Line Groceries

June 18 & 19, 2010

We Feature Special Cuts of Meat. Cut to Meet your Needs. 104 N. Main • Estelline

Cell: 881-6810 Email:nittcons@itctel.com

10 AM 3-6 PM 5 PM 6:30 PM 9 PM

Friday - June 18

Rodeo Queen Contest - Contact: Emily Schaefer 690-5332 Craft Show/Farmers Market/Food Vendors Contact Kristy Ebbers 881-2023 if you would like to be a vendor Spaghetti Feed sponsored by Little Hearts Daycare Rodeo - Local Contact: Emmett Davis 690-2241 or Rodeo Secretary Kayla Dambroten 320-367-2445 Street Dance (White Creek) - Contact: Randy Thompson 873-2683

Saturday - June 19

Dean Skoglund Agent

122 Main Street PO Box 187 Estelline, SD 57234

(605) 873-2241 Cell: 690-0233 Fax: 873-2727

skoglundinsurance@mchsi.com

The Red Carpet Main St. • Estelline

Pancake Feed (Legion Hall) 873-2140 Register for Disc Golf - Contact: Kristy Hollenbeck 873-2983 Disc Golf Tourney ON-OFF SALE Register for Cake Competition at Library LIQUOR & BEER Contact: Kristy Ebbers 881-2023 10:30 AM Start Trail Ride - Contact: Mike Ward 873-2278 VIDEO LOTTERY 11 AM-1 PM Global Dairy Open House 11 AM Walking Taco Feed sponsored by Trinity Lutheran Church ICE • FOOD THE ARMY (continued): 12 PM Rodeo Slack 1 PM Parade - Contact: Marge Warborg 873-2563 • The Canadian Forces, formedAVAILABLE officially on CATERING Clover Leaf 2 PM Root Beer Floats (after parade) sponsored by Estelline Historical Society Feb. 1, 1968, was the result of the unification Pheasant Farms 3 PM Auction off Cakes - Proceeds go to Missoula Children’s Theatre and merging of the Royal Canadian CRAB LEGS Navy, 46764 SD Hwy 28 6:30 PM Rodeo Canadian Army and “A Royal Canadian LL Y OU CANAirForce. EAT” Estelline F RIDAY N IGHT • An unordered “shot heard around the world” Family Fun For ALL! • MRA & SDRA Approved (605) 873-5002 that occurred on April 19, 1775, at Lexington cloverleafpheasantfarms.com Admission: Adults $10 • Kids (12 & under) $5 Est. 1968 Green near Boston quickly started the War for Independence. At this battle, the first in the Revolutionary War, eight Americans were killed and 10 wounded. • OnFertilizer June 14, 1775, Congress approved the Gas • Diesel • Propane • Liquid raising of 10 companies of riflemen to enlist Chemical • Seed • Hardware Store in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia until Tires • Tubes • Oil • Servicethe Station end of the Revolutionary War. These troops were known as the Continental Army. Estelline 605-873-2375 — Castlewood 605-793-2661 — Seed Warehouse 605-873-2579 • Even before an open treaty was signed between Colonial Americans fighting for independence Serving our communities and France, the French had secretly helped the cause of the Americans. France sent America THE ARMY (continued): 2nd Quarter 2010 money and army supplies and, in addition, Put Your • The Canadian Forces, formed officially on able Frenchmen had come across the Atlantic Week 25 Feb. 1, 1968, was the result of the unification Video Tapes to join the American army. The most noted of and merging of the Royal Canadian Navy, June 13 - 19 these was the Marquis de Lafayette. on DVD Canadian Army and Royal Canadian AirForce. •VHS •VHS-C Page 2 • By the end of the French and Indian War, a • An unordered “shot heard around the world” •8mm Tapes new weapon had appeared on the frontier in that occurred on April 19, 1775, at Lexington •MDV •Mini DVD Pennsylvania and to the south, one far better Green near Boston quickly started the War suited to guerrilla warfare than the musket. Seniors • Weddings for Independence. At this battle, the first in This weapon was later to become known as the Families • Kids the Revolutionary War, eight Americans were Kentucky rifle. Pets & More!!! killed and 10 wounded. • Congress established the U.S. Military • On June 14, 1775, Congress approved the Academy along the Hudson River, at West raising of 10 companies of riflemen to enlist Point, New York, in 1802. in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia until • In the early 1900s, General Samuel Young the end of the Revolutionary War. These troops became the army’s first Chief of Staff and the were known as the Continental Army. first aeronautical division was set up within its CAPTURED MOMENTS • Even before an open treaty was signed between signal corps. PHOTOGRAPY & VIDEO PRODUCT ION Colonial Americans fighting for independence • The “Star Spangled Banner” officially became 100 S. Maple, Ste 203 • Watertown • (605) 878-3200 and France, the French had secretly helped the the National Anthem in 1931. cause of the Americans. France sent America 8-11 AM 8:30 AM 9 AM 9-10 AM

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