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Iw, i OUT WATCHING THE TROJANS were Pep Band mem- Grabow, left and Kelly Stattelman. lies Schake servlce ere held March 20. at Zion L'nited ,i Beitingham. for Marburger officiated. luslc v. as provided b,, Rebehn and subsist pallbearers were all Active pallbearers '," nephev..s mg services were held at CTy Cemetery. Schake was Irn Aug in rural Louisburg. to and Louise t Steffen i attended sch(ml in As a }oung adult Gladys and confirmed into the at home all her life. her parents and other Death came March 16. at her She had reached 'years. six months and 20 Taffe for Edward Taffe, MN were held at day at the Holy in Gracc ille ack Nordick officiating. was Mary Virginia and Song Leaders were: i, Donna Jipson, Donna and Phyllis Bauer and Honorary Pallbearers Ed's friends through life. were All of Ed's Interment will be held Taffe was born 1931 to parents James Taffe in Graceville, baptized on December confirmed in the th. Edward attended 1 school in Barry and the 51 countr school. He School at St. Mary's and graduated Edward Geological Survey service in the and served in Germany was released from the and returned home. united in marriage to September 5, 1955 at farmingin Barry. Ed's with brothers on the family farm. He Operated Barry Grain Leo. He also worked Crop Ins. during was a member of the Worked in the Grain in Corning. IA, tn South Dakota a areas. He was Party, the KC's, ;,on, the VFW, the at Holy Rosary CCD. was mayor of and was on the Board at the Grace Home in days. In life Gladvs enjoyed fixine puzzles, embrmdering, cross-ord puzzles, cards, listening to rnu,,ic. baby-sitting. nding birthday cards to friends and relatives and especially v.orking for her church. Gladys is survived b 10 brothers and sisters: Elda Bjo'rk of North Redv.ood Falls. Alvin Schake -f Cedar Falls. IA. Benjamin and ,:.lie Nancy Schake of Waterhm IA.. Lav.rence and v.ife Emma Schake -t Appleton, Irene and husband I)m Wertz ol Rapid City. SD.. Lucllle Hansen of Canbs. Marie Hoei cff Plainvie. EIn'ra and husband Chadron Oru,n of Rapid City. Sir). Donald Schake of Oronoco. and Pearl and husband David Gednalske of Rapid City. SD. ats, many couqn metes and nephev, s Gladvs was preceded in death b her parents LuVerne and Louise. brother Ernest Schake and a baby sister in infancy. Graceville. Edward Taffe died March 15.2C2 reaching the age of 70 years. 3 month Birthdays II I II I A, Taken From The Big Stone American l;egion Aexiliar)Birthday f'aicndar Tuesday, Mar. 26 ./anc c)b,{m. Susan Hanratty. Dan \\;Vce. Greg Rice. Jeraldine Ja.,bsn. Amanda Marie Maas, N!cle Soboleski Wednesday, Mar. 27 rrais C,x. Terri Spurs. Gall L. J,hnson. Ashley Koch. Dustin K{x.:h. Gary Pfleger, Jacob Hughes, Todd S(,renson, Jesse Hanish, Natasha Hynnek Thursday, Mar. 28 Beverly Prior. Dick Strei, Daniel H{,,*ard Bankers. Mark Kraemer, Nathan Scherer. Ryan O'Neill, Mark Anderson FHday, Mar. 29 Helen Potter. Rick Johnson, Gary Johnson. Ross Michael McEwen, Herman Hein. Tammy Nelson. Eula Harder. l.ula Hagen. Genevieve Adetman. Heidi Oswcd Saturday, Mar. 30 Mary Lou Behagg, Harlan Monson. Janelle Marie Schmidt. Harry Hippie, Rodger K. Ulrich, Ran@ Johnson, Dale Brandt, Kyle Borgerson. Linda Meyer, Ben Donkersgoed, Delicia Dimberg, Andre,' James Leger, Jimmy Kill Sunday, Mar. 31 Deanna Prior, Don Gerhardt, Gertrude Leger, Kathy Oakes, Hqley Mosey. Tyler Lee Jones, Hannnh Schlagel, Shelby Ehlebracht, Sha,, n Prasnicki Monday, Apr. 1 Catherine Dawson Halbe, Barbara Holme, Edith Semmler, Ethel Schoon, l.aVonne Fraasch, Nicholas Paulson, Zoe Catherine Hegge, Shawn Huebner Tuesday, Apr. 2 Patrick K. Conraads, Janice Wolf, Sarah Hanratty, David Meyer, Nick Reinke. Jodi K. Beck, Nathan Adams. Marilyn Barnhardt, Rick Reinke, Mark Block II, Emily Pillatzki. Noah Richard Kottke, Joshua Pillatzki, Kay Thompson Letters to the editor i I II Ill II-. l.etter to the Editor Ths letter is tn response to the article about the "Cold Spring Man" m last ,.eek's paper. I am outraged, annoyed and mostly hurt by your lack .f cmypassion ,r thought in printing th oracle. I am just wondering what it s yru hoped to accomplish by printing this? Because 1 can tell you :'. ha ;,t did acc,mplish and 13 day..,,, t- was an a-d reader , I,  .s hard t.'nu,glj#.,t, and loved his God and Country. He Situation such as this to l,in witlb/ " loved his visits and holidays with the  try. to focus on what is imrtza(t ifi children and grandchildren. Holidays were very tmportant. Fromhtsc.l'fatrm is going on. But when, without the living room, he had a good view of the outside, with his cup of coffee. He kept in touch with the farm by phone, his radio and trips around the farm in the car. When able he enjoyed coffee at the C-C Corner in Graceville with his friends. Ed was so proud of his Irish and German heritage. In earlier years he loved hunting with his brothers and friends, or just sitting and watching the wildlife. His visits with his table mate at the Providence Center, Earl Weinman, were very important to him. He was preceded in death by his parents, 2 brothers Leo and Larry; 1 sister, Roseanne Murphy Griffith; I brother-in-law, Peter Murphy, 1 sister- in-law, Doris Taffe. Survivors include his wife Doris of Barry; two daughters Diane (John) McKee'and Colleen Cox, both of Beardsley; four sons Jim (Nadine) of Algona, IA, Dave (Cindy of Moms, MN; Kevin Linda) and Jeff (Michelle) both of Graceville; one brother Robert Taffe of Graceville; a brother-in-law Bill Griffith of Morris, MN; six sisters-in-law Lois and Addle Taffe of Graceviile, Mar) Lou Johnson of Fargo, ND, Carol (Lyle) Farmen of Sisseton, SD, Verle (Gordon) Safgren of Park Rapids, MN and Vicki (Virgil) Carlson of Watertown, SD; 15 Grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. The Larson Funeral Home of Graceviile was in charge of arrangements for Edward Taffe of Graccville. ide and not dr, ell on the negative that :" warning, I have to find out that my business is now everyNxly's business is tougher to handle. I confide in people who I feel will help with this, I do not need you to decide that all of your readers need to know. I understand that it is public knowledge, and if that be the case, your readers are welcome to go to the courthouse to follow up on this, if they deem R necessary. In printing this, you also accomplished hurting the two people who have been most effected by this situation, myself and most importantly, my son. This article does not Nther the person who is accused of these things, he does not live in of around the community, it affects my son and me. If he  to see the article, do you know who would have to deal with his response? Not you, not your readers, I would and that is an unfair situation you put me in. Lastly. you also probably stopped someone in a similar situation from asking for help or going to the police, because your article is exactly what is not wanted. I just urge you to really stop and think about what really happens when you decide to Front such an article as this, Missy Oland Ortonville, MN CLASSIFIED ADS BRING OUICK RESULTS HAPPY EASTER from Our Family to Yours! COMPLETE COLLISION REPAIR WINDSHIELD GLASS REPLACEMENT RE$SIV ' E ROGGINIIUCK FAMIly CIov/se are tinda, " Dtm, lason, Dd|an Steve and Lmda Ragggenbu& J ville, MN %278 * 320-83%2255 or 1-888*81%2255 Peterson: bonding bill funds Montevideo flood protection unding for flood hazard reduction in Montevideo, the Lazarus Creek flood control project, remodeling at the University of Minnesota-Morris and a new library for Southwest Slate University were included in the state building project bill passed by the Minnesota House Monday, according to Rep. Doug Peterson. But Peterson's effort to obtain funding for flood control in Dawson and for Madison's downtown renova- tion project were rebuffed on near- party-line votes before the bill passed. "This bill is a mixed bag for our area and" all of Rural Minnesota," Peterson, of rural Madison, said. "there are a number of projects in there for us, but there was a strong bias against helping smaller rural communities like Madison and Dawson. Suburban legislators don't seem to recognize the development needs of small communities. The Twin Cities is not the whole state - but that seems to be the attitude of the people who put this bill together." Projects funded in West-Central Minnesota are: * $21.8 million for Flood Hazard Mitigation Grants to Montevideo and 10 other communities, including Minneapolis, St. Paul and two sub- urbs. Montevideo is fourth in priority for funding and could also receive state aid to cover part of the kx:al share of project costs. The funding pays the state share for capital improvements to public facilities to prevent or alleviate flood damage. * $1.5 million for a grant to Area II Minnesota River Basin Projects, Inc. for construction of the LQP- 25ILazarus Creek floxtwater reten- tion project. The state would pay up to 75 percent of the projects cost, with the rest coming from the Area II group. If the full grant is not used. the money goes to the state Board of Water & Soil Resources for other cap- ital improvement projects in the area. * $9.07 million to the University of Minnesota-Morris for three projects $8 million to renovate the Social Science building and construct addi- tional faculty offices; $1 million to install fire protection systems in stu- dent housing; and $70,000 to build an "environmentally friendly" swine far- rowing demonstration facility * $9.2 million to Southwest State University to design, construct and equip a new campus library. The bill also provides an unspecified amount to cover damage from the foxl service building fire that was not covered by the school's insurance policy. Peterson attempted to insert fund- ing tot Dawson's proposed floexl con- trol project in the section financing the flood grants |or Montevideo and other communities. His amendment, adding $1.85 million to the pool and putting Dawson fifth on the priority list, was rejected as 68 Republican lawmakers wted against it. Peterson also proposed providing $1 million for infrastructure improve- ments connected to Madison's down- town rehabilitation project. He funded that by attempting to cut $1 million from a $4 million expansion of the state-run National Sports Center in suburban Blaine. But this proposal was also shot down with 66 Republican "no" votes. "We keep being told that projects have to have 'regional or statewide significance' to be included," Peterson said. "A glance at some of the projects in this bill contradicts that. It seems like the definition of 'statewide' is 'Twin Cities.' Once again the small communities are being ovcrhmked." Memorials for Grief Center Memorials and monetary donations were received by the Grief Center in the months of January and February, 2002. In Memory of: Alice Baker by John and Caryn Behr. Ralph Karels by Don and Jeanette Felton; Woody and Janis Sellin; Bud and Joyce DeNeui. Ray Karels by Don and Jeanette Felton. James Scholtz by David and Chrism Rivers. Monetary donations were made by anonymous donors; the Kerkhoven Lutheran Church WELCA; Montevideo Area United Way; First English Lutheran Women of Ortonville; Big Stone Health Care Foundation. The Grief Center wishes to express their gratitude for these memorials and donations. if you have Medicare or Private insurance, you may be Eligible to receive your, DIA BETIC SUPPLIES & RESPIRA TOR Y MEDS, nebulizers, albuterol & ipartropium AT NO COST TO YOU!! 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