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He served on the Jones County School board and received calls from people all over the county regarding education issues. There was a party line for phone service for four farm households and three TV channels available by TV antenna. There were hail storms that wiped out wheat crops, farm accidents and record setting blizzards.The books provided both entertainment and education. Good fishing would bring out the seine which helped relocate fish to other dams. There were bullfrogs brought back from Missouri that decided western South Dakota was a good place to live. All the Cromwell kids learned to drive tractors before they drove cars.

They moved to town and purchased a bar and was named Alex’s Place.Some of this was probably not legal but what the heck, statute of limitations has probably long passed. There were nephews who were sent to the farm for summer rehabilitation.It was a pretty good life for everyone and seldom a dull moment.Coming back to Draper, Don started wearing many hats.He was a husband, father, farmer, Pee Wee baseball coach, school board member, American Legion Commander, South Dakota Democratic Party County Chair, town team basketball coach, and all this while farming and raising a family.After graduating from Draper High School, Don worked on the farm until he was drafted in 1952 and served in the Army during the Korean War.

While serving as an Army Private, Don received a field promotion to Sergeant.

Don stated in interviews that he had a problem with anyone who would talk trash about women because it was good that women be strong independent people.

The Hilltop received fan mail and phone calls from around the country.

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.

As a young girl, she attended the rural country school.

She is survived by her two daughters, Dona Kerwin of Milaca, MN and Karen (Gene) Huddleston of Ramona, SD; seven grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren, one great great-granddaughter and many nieces and nephews. Burial, with full military honors, will be Friday, Dec.