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He enjoyed talking with farmers about the weather and about the old days. La Verne and Willis put in 6000 acres of milo and it took 14 combines two weeks to harvest the 80 bushel/acre crop.Long days in the tractor might have kept him from the family at times but the reunion at the end of the day was all the more sweet.La Verne (Bubba) Ehlers passed away at his home on Wed., Dec. He was born July 21, 1945 to Alfred and La Vonne (Ramser) Ehlers in Presho, SD.He grew up in Presho, attended Presho High School, and then enlisted in the Army in 1963.Julia Broecher, 101, of Murdo, passed away December 19, 2017, at Avera Maryhouse in Pierre.A Celebration of Julia’s homegoing was held Wednesday, December 27 at Community Bible Church in Murdo. Julia Lillian Broecher was born February 16, 1916, in Kimball, SD, to Thomas and Sophia (Kroupa) Lebeda.
Bubba loved to be with friends whether it was a big trip to Wendover, NV or just having company at the house.Funeral services will be am on Wednesday, December 20th at the United Methodist Church in Kennebec, SD with Rev. On December 10, 1934, she married Alex Mathison in Reliance, SD and they eventually settled on a farm north of Kennebec.They moved to town and purchased a bar and was named Alex’s Place.After a while, doctors told him, “Just keep doing what you’re doing, it’s working.”La Verne is survived by his wife, Carol, two daughters Julie (Jade) Schindler and Jill (Brad) Scott, and one son Adam (Kjersti-Helene) Ehlers, as well as eleven grandchildren: Hunter, Jesse, Ty, and Max Schindler, Skyler, Landen, Marina, Ashten, and Ember Scott, Aksel and Ella Ehlers, his sister Joyce (Willis) Houchin and in-laws Jeanie (Mo) Ohman, Cliff (Pat) Halverson, and Gary Halvorson. Myrtle Hattie Kenobbie was born September 22, 1917 near Reliance, SD, to Andrew and Mary (Krause) Kenobbie.Eileen is survived by her daughter, Melanie (Steve) Forcum of Pueblo, CO; son, Rick (Crystal) Pendleton of Pueblo; brothers, Donald Kistler of Custer; Gene (Rita) Kistler of Brick, NJ; Patrick Kistler of Loveland, CO; Jerry (Lorna) Kistler of Chamberlain, SD; Richard (Barb) Kistler of Sarasota, FL; sister, Mary Lou Neville of North Glen, CO; five grandchildren, Justina (Sean), Kyle, Kenny, Aura (Jacob), Jessie and two great grandchildren, Sofie and Violet. As a young girl, she attended the rural country school.
Myrtle ran the local café and Alex was the deputy sheriff and operated the bar.