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BS rff the Zi,n ’ch is currently d Methodist Church of Zion United Methodist Church o'f g  for Fred Rebehn.  Marburger officiated at ; e. Special music was !.by Mar Williamson. in Rebehn, kevboardist. Pby Kent Rebehn" and Dean I urial will be later at the JCemeterv. hn on Nov. 18. was'born ':n.arents Herman J. and  (Minnie Knipp) Rebehn ,e farm in Lake Shore Iirural Louisburg. He was .ins an adult at Zion rnited Brethren Church school at Dist. #42 and at Bellingham He worked on the farm and brothers and in lunng the depression. in marriage to Lorna of Bovd, on March 18, Lutheran Parsonage at two children were 'weds bought a farm Shore Township and until 1964. At that time a second farm in Lake Fred with supervision a home, and farmed |retirement in 1973. April 20, 1970. In Fred moved to in Madison and in 2001 to the Madison due to declining to Fred on Jan. 29, Lutheran Home. age of 90 years, was an active and Bellingharn He served on the church board and several years on the Board of Trustees. lle v, as appointed to the Lac qui Parle County Farmers Home Administration Board, member of the Minnesota Crop Improvement Association. and was a member of the Farmers Union serving several local and count,, offices. In 1963 he was named Outstanding Conservation Farmer b local Soil and Water Conservation District, Fred found joy in reading, visiting, fishing, traveling, crocheting, and helping his neighbors and family in many different ways. A special enjoyment were his gardens, which he liked to share, whether as flowers on the church alter most Sundays or a surprise rose for a birthday or anniversary/. Fred leaves to mourn his two children. John and wife Darlene Rebehn of Louisburg, and Mary Williamson of Cheyenne, WY, grandchildren: Kent, Derek, and Scan Rehehn, Juanalee and husband Mike Utecht, Amy Malloy, Curtis and wife Janet Williamson and Lee and wife Jan Williamson, great-grandchildren: Drake and Dylan Utecht, Paige Malloy, Mandy Amberg, Isabelle Williamson and after his death Hannah Amberg. sister Edna and husband Russell Anderson of Clinton, sister-in-law Pearl Rebehn of Ortonville, and many nieces, nephews, very good friends, cousins both here and in Germany. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife Lorna, sisters: Ella Hanson and Hilda Monnens, brothers Herman Jr. (Slim) and Albert Rebehn. C.H. Schumann Memorial services for Charles H. "'Bud" Schumann of Scottsdale. AZ, formerl 3 of Ortonville, were held Tuesday. F-cb. 26th. 2002 at Cambelback Bible Chfirch in Paradise Valley, AZ. Charles died Feb. 23rd, 2002, in Scottsdale. Officiant was Pastor Tim Savage. Interment was in National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona in Phcenix, AZ. Charles was born Nov. 6, 1919. in Benson. the youngest of six children born to Myrtle (Oxley) and Charles Schumann. Bud married Frances Harriette (Babe) Thorstad of Starbuck, on Aug. tl, 1940. A decorated veteran of WWII. he served in the U.S. Army infanto' on the front lines in Europe- under General George C. Patton. Bud worked for many years for J. C. Penney Co. selling sh'oes at one time and had a store in Ortonville, a suitable occupation, considering his last name. In 1969 he opened his own Hilda Scherbinski Funeral services for Hilda Scherbinski, 95, of Grand Island, NE formerly of Graceville, were held at Monday, March 18, 2002, at the Larson Funeral Home Chapel in Graceville, with Pastor Jim Hakes officiating. Burial was at the Graceville Consolidated Cemetery in Graceville. Hilda (Heck) Scherbinski was born, Jan. 14. 1907 to Mr. and Mrs. Christ Heck in Kulm, ND. After her schooling she married Albert Scherbinski in the "20's', in ND They moved to South Dakota and farmed until 1939 where they moved to Minnesota. In 1959 they purchased the land across from where they were farming and she was still working on the farm until the time of her death. She was a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Grant Island, NE and the Artichoke County Church near Graceville. business, Schumann's Pies and Breads in Joliet, IL. The business continues tcxtay, operated by his son, Robin, in Torch Lake, MI. I0, 1995 Bud and Babe moved to Scottsdale, AZ, to live with their son Reg and his wife Sara. He was known by most as a generous man and a hard worker. A man who loved going "junking" and yard sale hopping, nothing made him happier than finding a good bargain. Bud is survived by his wife (who has advanced Alzheimers disease) five children, 12 grandchildren, nine great grandchildren and one sister, Ha:el in California Bud couldn't wait to get to heaven to ask God all his questions--like specifics about the Israelites as they wandered in the desert. Pallbearers were: Reg Schumann, David Schumann, Robin Schumann, Charlie Winterstein, Jason Schumann, Ryan Schumann, Michael Penalosa and Gene Fehlhaher. Hilda Scherbinski died Tuesday, March 12, 2002 at St. Francis Medical Center in Grand Island, NE reaching the age of 95 years, one month and 28 days. She had a love for birds, gardening, canning, John Deere Tractors, and most of all she enjoyed spring time on the farm. Survivors include one daughter, Verna (Lyle) Larson of Chapman, NE, two grandsons, Albert Larson of Chapman, NE and Lyle (Twila) Larson of Olivia; one granddaughter, Lorie (Rick) Baldwin of Fletcher, NC; eight great grandchildren, one great-great grandson; one sister, Emma Hildebrand of Aberdeen, SD, and one daughter-in-law, Barb Scherbinski. The Larson Funeral Home of Graceville is in charge of the arrangements. Gladys Schake Zahrbock funeral home of Madison, announces the death of 69 year old Gladys Schake of Bellingham who passed away Saturday at her home in Bellingham. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. this Wednesday, March 20 at Zion United Methodist Church in Bellingham. Officiating clergy will be Rev. Jon Marburger with interment in the Bellingham Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday aftern(Χ)n and evening at the Zahrbock funeral home in Madison. Visitation will continue bchre the services on Wednesday at the church in Bellingham. There will be a prayer service at 7 p,m. Tuesday evening at the Zahrbock funeral home in Madison. Gladys Schake is survived by: six sisters: Elda B jerk, Irene Wcrtz, Lucille Hansen, Marie Hovel, Elnora Orton and Pearl Gednasikc. Also four brothers: Alvin Schake, Benjamin Schake, Lawrence Schake and Dn:dd Schake. Extension report I Carrie Ann Olson County Extension Educator 839-2518 or 1-800-279-2518 WHAT ADULTS SHOULD KNOW: BRINGING YOUTH TO THE TABLE The commitment of 4-H to adult/youth partnerships means working with youth instead offer them. Talking to youth instead about talking about them. Bringing them to the table when making decisions that will affect their lives and their future. How does that happen'? Here are things you can do to support the power of youth in your community. If you have 3 months: • Join fellow Minnesotans who have pledged nearly 85,000 hours of service in the Power of Youth: Million Lives Touched Campaign. Work with youth in your area to create a service team or work together one-on-one. Pledge forms are available online at www.4heentennial.com. If you have 3 days: • Organize or support an event like the National Conversations for Youth Development where youth and adults talk about issues and opportunities in their area. Invite community members and policy makers to the event. Host or support a training session flr youth and adults to learn about how to serve together on boards and councils Contact the Extension office for more information. If you have 3 hours: • Write a letter to the editor about how young people should be involved more in community decision making, • Write a letler to our representatives in Congress, asking them to support the results from the National Conversation on Youth Development. The report wilt be presented to the President and Congress on April 8 during the National 4-H Conference. If you have 3 minutes: • Invite some young people to your next staff or board meeting to offer feedback. • Support the Minnesota 4-H foundation and its commitment to youth leadership by contacting I-8(g)- 444-4238 or online at www.fourh.umn.edu/foundaticm. Check out our web site at www.ortonvilleindependent.com ) 's entertainment celebration of :Robert A. Anniversa. ,, ministry on Sunday 30, 2002 with farewell from St. Peter's and churches and their many friends. to follow as to worship , noon afternoon agenda) EVERYONE WELCOME! "We Wine Soldiers" "ICE AGE" ENDING AY, MARCH 21 Big Stone Lake Area Chamber of Commerce SPORTS & LEISURE SHOW WINNERS - PENNY POT WINNERS - $200.00 - Ticket #7722398 $100.00 - Ticket #7722001 50.00 (claimed) $50.00 - Ticket # 7722254 25.00 - Ticket #7722306 2! LO0 (claimed) $25.00 (claimed) $2! ;.4)0 (claimed) PRINT - Ross Erickson, Ortonville ROD & REEL - Elsie Pemne, Ortonville AFGHAN - Darlene Hendricks, Clinton CLOCK - Edna Anderson, Clinton BIRD HOUSE - Lea Amdt, Willmar Call or stop in at the BSLA Chamber office on Ortonuille's main street this week from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon to claim your prizes. 320-839-3284 GRANDE HILLER CANADL LifE s Sl=S BINGO • ;Oa.o00m • Odessa C w00alr • 20 games for $2.00 • Turkeys & Hams for Prizes! • Serving Pop, Bars & _ for Refreshments! i TUES., MAR. 19, 2002 : I !BBQ Ri lit Dinner Reg.. Price 2nd Dinner for ; 1.00 WITH COUPON ONLY Not redoemoble wtth gift certlflcote or ony other coupon. r 1 [ WED.. MAR. 20, 2002 [ I I , 6 OZ. , IB " ronled Lobster! ' '$12 95 I I WITH COUPON ONLY L ............ __.j THURS., MAR. 21, 2002 Steak Cubes Ist Dlnner Reg. Pflce 2nd Dinner for $ 1.00 WITH COUPON ONLY Not redeemable with gift certificate or any other coupon FIESTA ROOM 19, 2002 INDEPENDENT Page 9