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aries Angerhofer 13, k 1933, Beverly born at Pipestone, and Elsie Hatfield. She graduated School in 1952 lng year to The couple made SO. moved to Brooklyn becoming Alexandria area in ity was seen of .being with other enjoyed traveling, for her flowers. She seamstress and clothes for her She also enjoyed She had a or "cute and cuddly" and shoes and would ags for herself, and give them gatherings with her ildren were to her. Despite blessed with and an overwhelming May 4, 1998 at She was her parents. children: of and wife, ,'r of Alexandria; Mike Held of Angerhofer and andria; three and wife, Carolyn GA; Charles and of Burnsville; of Fort Worth, TX; ldren: Nikki and rsen rvlces for Gary were held 1998 in St. John's at Ortonville. Michels officiated organist and by St. John's interment will be in at a later date was born May parents Alvin i. He was Confirmed in the farm near Chokio moved to he attended in all types of uch of his adult life years had been Industries as an husband, Rich Menken of Estherville, IA; Chad Angerhofer of Gainesville, FL; Derek and Steven Blask of Fayetteville, NC; Natalie and Rachel Held of Andover; Alicia Johnson of Alexandria; and her foster daughter and live in companion, Vera Thoennes. A funeral service was held May 8, 1998 at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church of Alexandria with Rev. William Stockman officiating. Music was provided by Karen Johnson of Webster City, IA and Audrey Palmquist. Interment followed in Kinkead Cemetery with Craig Hatfield, Mike Held, Trent Johnson, and Rich Menken serving as pallbearers. Nikki Angerhofer, Natalie Held, Rachel Held, Alicia Johnson, Chad Angerhofer, Steven Blask and Derek Blask were named honorary pallbearers. Arrangements were with the Anderson Funeral Home of Alexandria. Gary passed away Wednesday afternoon at Sioux Valley Hospital in Sioux Falls, SD where he had been a patient since Monday after suffering m aneurysm, having reached the age of 46 years, 11 months and 25 days. Gary enjoyed cribbage, pool, darts, fishing and the outdoors. He also enjoyed spending time with family. Survivors include his mother, Estelle Petersen of Ortonville; father and step-mother, Alvin and Esther Petersen of Morris; three brothers, Robert of New Mexico, Ronald and his wife Rhoda of Soda Springs, ID and Larry of Ortonville; several nieces, nephews, great niece and great nephews. Gary was preceded in death by his sister, Carolyn Anderson in April 1996., Arrangements were by Larsorr Funeral Home at Ortonville. /- Steaks. Roasts &Burgor - Per Lb. Chops & Roasts. Per Lb. 50 LB. BEEF BUNDLE 20 LB. PORK BUNDLE 895.95 00;29.95 school news 6:15 swimming pies 7:30 Spring !ay of U of M, : Girl Scout at the City p.m. trip Field trip :00 a.m. Piano SCHOOL Memorial at In the Bellingham Patty, toast, orange al, toast, grape e muffins, Ogurt, toast, cheese slices, peaches. Tuesday--Potatoes, gravy, pineapple chunks. WednesdaymScalloped potatoes with ham, peas, mixed fruit. Thursday--Lasagna, garlic toast, carrot/celery sticks, pears. Friday--Hotdogs on buns, potato chips, green beans, applesauce Community VBS Bellingham Vacation Bible School will be held the week of August 3-7 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Please contact Nancy Kunde, 568-2636, Christi Larson, 568-2575 or Sandy Haugen, 568-2617 by June 1 so materials can be ordered. NEW COMPUTERS Rep. Doug Peterson was contacted a month ago about helping out the Bellingham School to get some computers for our school. We were certainly surprised on May 8 when we received a call saying that 16 computers were headed our way. The staff and chfldren are delighted with the news that we will each have a computer for the classroom. Our thanks to Rep. Peterson for his wonderful support for BES LeRoy Stuckey Mundwiler Funeral Home announces the death of LeRoy G. Stuckey, age 58 of Big Stone City. He died May 16, 1998 at the St. Bernard Hospital in Milbank, SD. Funeral services trill be held this Wednesday, May 20th at 10:30 a.m. in the Emanuel Lutheran Church in Milbank, SD. Rev. Dennis L. Schultz will officiate and burial will be in the Greenwood Cemetery at Big Stone City, SD. Visitation will continue at the church Wednesday morning, one hour prior to the services. Music will be presented by Phyllis Schultz, organist; granddaughter Ilia Spanton, vocalist and the Milltone Quartet: Dennis Rademacher, Loren Radermacher, Vince Hagen and Greg Thomas. Honorary pallbearers will be all his grandchildren, Jeff McHaney, Gary Berry, Mel Schuchard, Bummy Otten and all his many friends. Pallbearers will be Lee Johnson, Herb Brown, Shane Brown, Don Donaldson, Jr., Jim Lauruhn and Dale Egan. LeRoy Gerhart Stuckey was born April 2, 1940 at Freeman, SD; the son of Erhart and Beatrice Galster Stuckey. He moved with his family to Rosen news By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Karels accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John Karels of Fargo to Savage on Friday, May 8 and were weekend guests at the Andy Karels home. On Saturday they were callers at the Mary Kirchberg home in Bloomington and attended the dinner theater in Chanhassen and returned home on Sunday. Gary Karels of Breckenridge spent the weekend at the Raymond Karels home. Debra Millerbernd spent the week at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd and Thursday and Friday visiting her brother Martin in Omaha, NE. Simon Karels, Justin and Jacqueline of Paynesville were Tuesday, May 5 visitors at the Ralph Karels home. Weekend guests at the Lawrence Millerbernd home were Mary Millerbernd, Tom Schwarz, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Weiderhoeft of New Ulm. Additional Mother's Day guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Fischer and sons of Sleepy Eye. Mother's Day afternoon and pot luck supper guests at the M.J. Kirchberg home were M. and Mrs. Richard Schockcor of California, Mr. and Mrs.Steve Barr and girls of Ortgnville, Mr, and Mrs. Arnie Kirchberg and sons of Milbank, SO, Mr. and M:rs. Dave Mark and Tracey, Mrs. Wayne Brehmer and family, Mr./ and Mrs. Warren Kirchberg and family. They also helped Mike celebrate his 83rd birthday. Wendell Baumgartener of Rapid City, SD spent several days at the Tom Pillatzki home. Mrs. Wayne Brehmer, Amanda and Curtis Kirchberg visited with Tracey Mark, Laura and Adam Kirchberg at Sioux Valley Hospital in Sioux Falls on Saturday, May 9, 1998. Friday evening and overnight guests at the M.J. Kirchberg home were Randy Kirchberg, Larry Knisley and sons, Dave Klocsene of New Ulm. They enjoyed fishing on Big Stone Lake on Saturday, May 9 for the opener. Edward Karels was among Sunday, May 10 guests at the Ashley Bruns home in Watertown in honor of their daughter Erin's 3rd birthday. Jennifer Strei of Sioux Falls, SD spent Sunday evening until Monday evening at the home of her mother Mrs. Joan Strei. Tim Dybevik visited with Jennifer on Sunday evening. Mrs. Joan Strei, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Abramowski and Joseph were among Mother's Day guests at the Dru and Julie Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Rademacher and family were among Mother's Day dinner guests at the Albert Folk home in Milbank. Weekend guests at the Joe Spars home were Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Spars of Bingham Lake, Brian and Tom PROTECT YOURSELF u00IY takes a hail storm seconds to destroy what months of your labor has grown. ior 45 years, crop insurance has been our only business and the American Farmer has been our only client. Contact our agency Sioux Falls, SD and attended Washington High School. He was united in marriage on Nov. 6, 1948 at Humbolt, SD with Julia Ann Donaldson. ,The couple moved to Big Stone Lake in t972 where they owned and operated Bay View Resort. He was a member of the Emanuel Lutheran Church of Milbank, SO. Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Julia of Big Stone City, SD, one son and daughter-in-law: Randy and Lori Stuckey of Milbank; three daughters and two sons-in-law: Debra and Jeff Spanton of Milbank, SD; Shelley and Craig Welberg of Big Stone City, SO, and Crystal Stuckey of Big Stone City, SO. 10 grandchil- dren, one brother and sister-in-law: Rolland'and Lucille Stuckey of Harrisburg, SO. One sister: Ione Eggiman of Sioux Falls, SO. Also many nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his par- ents, one infant brother and one brother-in-law, Dan Eggiman, one nephew, Jerry Stuckey and one niece Christina Donaldson. The Mundwiler Funeral Home of Milbank, SD is in charge of the arrangements for LeRoy G. Stuckey. Markets Spars of Hutchinson. Additional Mother's Day guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hoffman and family of Excelsior, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Spars and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Spars and Joshua, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schmieg all of Milbank, SO, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Spars and family, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hapka. Keith Pillatzki of Halleck, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavelko and family of Worthington were Mother's Day weekend guests at the Bernard Pillatzki home. On Sunday, May 10 Bernard Pitlatzki and guests were among guests at the Mark Pillatzki home in honor of their son Joshua Bernard's Baptism. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rademacher were Mother's Day dinner guests at the Bryan Anderson home and visited Anton and Florence Rademacher and Katherine Karels at St. Williams home in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Karels were Saturday afternoon and Mother's Day guests at the Rob Rodas home in Marshall. Mother's Day weekend guests at the Mantled Krakow home were Mary and Rita Krakow, Mr. and Mrs. Rand Ecklund and family of the Twin Cities. Mr. and Mrs. Wiilard Karels and Lawrence Schmieg were among Mother's Day guests at the Alphonse Schmieg home in Big Stone. Mrs. Rose Karels accompanied the Sisters of Milbank, SD to Sleepy Eye on Saturday, May 9, and saw the tornado damage in St. Peter area and went to the nursery and greenhouse in LeSeuer. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Volkenant were Mother's Day dinner guests of the Alan and Paul Volkenant families at the Mudhen Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Volkenant visited with Clara Rademacher and Hilda Rebehn at Northridgeon Tuesday, May 12 and were afternoon visitors at the Clifford and Alton OPEN Monday-Friday 7am-7pm, Saturday 7am-Spin Hanson home in Ortonville. Mrs. Rose Karets spent the Mother's Day weekend at St. William's home in Milbank and visited with Sister Jane and Sister Genevieve and Florence Rademacher and residents at the home. Mrs. Joe Radermacher and Jenna visited at the Don Dobmeier home on Saturday, May 9 and attended a shower in honor of her niece Carl Woltjer Saturday forenoon at Holy Redeemer Church in Renville. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Radermacher and family attended Mother's Day dinner at 7-75 with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Radermacher. Mrs. Myra Schmeig returned home on Friday evening, May 8 after spending three weeks visiting with her family in the Twin Cities and six days at the Adrian Valdes home in Mexico. Mrs. Schmieg is a sister of Mrs.Valdes. Charlie Schmieg of Plymouth spent Mother's Day weekend at the home of Mrs. Myra Schmieg. Sam Rademacher of New Hope was a Monday evening and overnight guest at the home of his sister Mrs. Myra Schmieg. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Schmieg of Big Stone were Thursday evening visitors at the M.J. Kirchberg home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Croatt and family of Chaska were Mother's Day weekend guests at the Jim Croatt home. 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WE WILL BE CLOSED ON MONDAY, MEMORIAL DAYI Rick and Cindy Chamberlain Main Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone (320) 839-3122 00998 INDEPENDENT Page 9