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Kelzer exchange vows and David united in mar- in Kauai, HI on was officiated by of the bride Utsch, who to Hawaii both of of the bride are Arling & Jeanne Beyer and Loucille Utsch and AI Utsch. Maid of Honor was Toni Wessel, friend of bride of DePere, WI. Best Man was Marty Kelzer, brother of groom of Burnsville. Both accompa- nied the couple to Hawaii. A June blessing of marriage ser- vice and reception for the couple is planned. The couple resides in Ortonville. Spring Rally LWML held April 25th By Marion Maatz LWML Zone Publicity Chairman The Appleton Zone Lutheran Women's Missionary League - Women in Mission held their 1998 Spring Rally on April 25th, at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Shible Twp. Guest speaker was Rev. Daniel Domke of Trinity Lutheran Church, Fergus Falls. His presentation was on "The New Age" a study of a spiritual movement taking place in the church, government, schools and businesses today. Pastor Parker led the opening and closing devotions and the Bible Study centered on the theme "I will make you fisher's of men." Betty Reinke, Zone President conducted the business of the day. Election of officers were: V. Pres./Christian Growth - Marian Thielke, Zion, Morris; Secretary - Julene Sagissor - Trinity, Appleton; Pastoral Counselor - Rev. Edwin Parker, Trinity, Odessa. Skits were presented by Marian Thielke - "A Love Story" a dialogue showing Gods great love for us. she and Carol Linsor also gave one promoting the Minnesota North District LWML Convention which will be held at Lake Geneva Christian Center, Alexandria on June 4-6, 1998. All were urged to attend. Gwen Schwarz shared some s.pecial messages with her devotional pictures. Delores Mueller, Mission Service Chairman, had an Ingathering Litany while gifts were given to purchase Bibles for prisoners. Audrey Blum gave her final Regional Report. We thank her for her four years of dedicated work. We thank the ladies of Immanuel for providing the food and hosting the rally. NO EQUITY REQUIREr- lar phones and 911 emergency m regards to some OCcur if you dial phone and need 911 call will be Cloud or be answered patrol because the cell 911 3ffices. anSWers you will detailed informa- are and the type WOuld be: "I have a and I live on the Tom Lake in the to as far even State. tell them some- a fire in my lg Stone County, aad I would like to respond to - HIRE =ed Ads At the present time we are trying to get the technology to get the calls answered directly at the Big Stone County 911 center. This is going to cost a considerable amount of money to do this. A possible solution for you to call our BigStone County 911 ceqler" would be to dial the local law enfO'rce- ment number, which is 320-839-3558. You will be able to talk directly to a dispatcher for Big Stone County when you do this. REMEMBER, THIS PROBLEM ONLY APPLIES TO CELL PHONES. The regular telephones that the majority of the people use will still be answered by our local 911 center.. If you have any questions or aeed more answers call the Big Stone County Sheriff Department and they will try and get them answered for you. Evy Rodne-Cole M.A.;L.E Evy Rodne-Cole is available for counseling appointments in Ortonv'flle. Evy's background includes counseling couples, individuals and enjoys working with all age groups. Evy is employed by Prairie Counseling Center and is a participating provider for MA and UCare. For appointments call: (320) 589-2222 or 1-800-960-7179 / "vcR/des nsportation system for all ages. 800-292-5437 7:30 am-g:00 pro, Monday-Friday (You may also c 32@269-8727) To SL Cloud Willmar To Minneapolis Area all area Its of ItS around a riders individual requests, or plan trips for riders in large gax. Weddy and/or monthly trips m destinations shown on the map outside of the fiv. area are a regular part of oar bu rxns. Please call for more infirmation and chedules. Driver Program only in Yelltm. Medicine (mnty Call the 800#  24-hou in  that eh rider's ne  can be fill Rid may , "l be sdaedukd up to gO [ - days inadvancE ! ",-" 2 The dispatcher will schedul your ride ,-,..,2L.:. . with either a   .... d volunteer driver or  -"' made with regard to all the other requests that have been taken that day. Wo00' " A staff driver will pick you up at your dor. Yta will be joining additional riders. A volunteer driver picks you up. A volunteer will use their personal vehicle to dPiCk you up at vour (x,r: You "may'be joining additidnal riders. 4, A donation or Davrnent for your ride is teffuested. Our dispatcher will be Ilad to explain the cost of your fare wlen you call to schedule your rifle. THE COUNTDOWN CONTINUES. OHS seniors are counting the days to freedom, and as of today, Tuesday, students have 13 days remaining. Big Stone Ci senior citizens. center news By Evelyn Zahnow, Secretary May monthly pot luck at the Senior Center was attended by 31 guests. We sang happy birthday and table prayer and pledge to the flag. Also drew for several door prizes before our noon meal. We had a short video on heart attacks. We had election of officers. Running unopposed was President Orla Onken, Vice President Janice Wolf, Secretary Evelyn Zahnow, Treasurer Myrtle Johnson. Secretary and treasurer reports were given and approved. A bill for paper plates and cups and coffee was presented and Bill..@ BILLS BILLS CON$OUDATE $  o,ooo . $  t olmo to $50,000 - $5501mo 1-800-819-7010 Homeowners Only LENC>tt CORPORAON HOOt|: 7 am - 8 BINKI O 11.99% 20 yr. Term Ill 12.3% APR DRE UC #01220073 (AD28) paid. South Dakota tax refund applications must be in by July 1st. Fargo-Moorhead Norskfest will be held 25 and 28th. Senior drivers - 55 Alive will be held at the Ononville Center on June l lth. Pre-registration advised. Dee and Gracie set our tables. Eldora and Lu will be setting tables for our June 2nd meeting. Everyone enjoyed bingo and cards. John called for bingo. We had 22 players. All Senior Citizens are welcome to attend the next meeting and dinner on June 2nd. Save this paper for recycling TOO GREEN THUMB INC., ASSISTS MATURE INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE 55 AND OVER IN GAINING FULL & PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT! DON'T LET THOSE BILLS GET YOU DOWN. CALL TODAY TO INQUIRE ABOUT GREEN THUMB'S SERVICES! ASK FOR HILDA AT 320-855-2440 EOE Kids' Kingdom Pre-School Wednesday, May 13 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. Kids' Kingdom will be offering three enrollment options for the '98-'99 school year A new addition a session designed for three-year-old children. is SESSION h Meets M, 1', W, Th; 8:15-11:15 a.m Designed for four and five year old children. SESSION lih Meets M, W; 12:15-3:15 p.m Designed for three year old children. 636 Jefferson Avenue MN 56278 SESSION Ih Meets T, Th; 12:15-3:15 p.m Designed for four and five year old children. Please stop in and visit us. If you are interested in enrolling your child, but are unable to attend, please call Sue Spors at 839-3504 or 568-2411. 99s  INDEPENDENT Page 3b