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I OOD p0int00 fha way t0 , " RICII[L fUI[N LIVIN . KINGDOM HALL JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Ortonville Thomas Wood, Presiding Overseer Sun: 10 a.m. Public Meeting and Watchtower Study. Tues: 7:30 p.m. Book Study. Thurs: 7:30 p.m. Theocratic Ministry School and Meeting to Help Us Make Disciples. =1 * ** * ARTICHOKE LAKE BAPTIST (13 miles north of Correll) Sunday School 9:30; Worship at 10:30. BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Alban Township (Missouri Synod) ReD. Robert Behling, Pastor Sunday: 8:45 a.m. Church Service; 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. ST. CHARLES CATHOLIC Big Stone City, SD Pastor: Ft. Ray Otto, OSB - 605-432-4623 Administrator: 862-8319 Confessions: 4:00 p.m. on first and third Saturdays. Saturday Mass: 5:00 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD 510 Burdick, Ortonville Phone 839-3021 Tom Werner, Pastor' Wed: 7:00 p.m. Bible Study & Prayer. Sun: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Worship. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Marietta Steve Olson, Pastor Sun: 9:00 a.m. Worship; 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Nassau Steve Olson Sun: 10:30 a.m. Worship; 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, ARTICHOKE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 13 miles north on Co. #25, 1-1/2 miles west of Correll in Artichoke Township Bob Forbes, Pastor (320) 763-0632 Sat: 10 a.m. Sabbath School; 11:00 a.m. Worship. Sun: 6:00 a.m. WCCO Ch: 5 or KCCO Ch. 7 "It Is Written" speaker: Mark Finley; 6:00 a.m. "The Quiet Hour" WNAX, Yankton, SD, Bill Tucker, speaker; 9:30 a.m. "The Voice of Prophecy" WNAX, Yankton, SD, speaker/director Lonnie Melashenko. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 716 SW 5th SL Wilimar, MN (320) 235-2442 President Elder Grant McKinney Sunday: 10:30 a.m. Sacrament Service; 11:30 a.m. Classes. Visitors Center open Sunday- Friday, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. CORRELL UNITED METHODIST Rev. Larry Kasten Sun: 8:15 a.m. Morning Worship. TRINITY LUTHERAN Odessa Rev. Edwin Parker, Pastor Thurs., May 21: 7:30' p.m. Tri- Parish Service at Grace. - Ascension Day. Sat., May 23:7:30 p.m. Divine Service, GRACE LUTHERAN Comll ReD. Edwin Parker, Pastor Wed., May 20:7:30 p.m. LWML. Thurs., May 21:7:30 p.m. Tri- Parish Service - Ascension Day. Sun., May 24:10:30 a.m. Divine Service. TRINITY LUTHERAN Ortonville .Richard Boehnke, Pastor Tues., May 19: Circles; 7 p.m. VBS Staff Meeting. Wed., May 20:1 p.m. Northridge Bible Study; 8 p.m. Voters' Meeting. Sun., May 24:8:30 & 10:45 a.m. Divine Services; 9:40 a.m. Bible Class; 11 a.m. Radio Broadcast. ABIDING FAITH FREE LUTHERAN Ortonville Rev. David Hinrichs, Pastor Wed., May 20: 5 p.m. ConfirmatiOn Class; 7:30 p.m. Bible Study; 8:30 p.m. Choir. Sat., May 23:7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Sun., May 24:9 a.m. Worship - Graduate Recognition; 10 a.m. Branch honoring graduates. TRINITY LUTHERAN Walter Twp., Bellingham Pastor Robert A. Friedrich May 24:9 a.m. Divine Service; 10 a.m. Sunday School; 1 p.m. "Woman to Woman" KMSD; 3:30 p.m. "On Main Street" ch. 10. the mystery of faith your family with peace. These Weekly Courtesy the Come and Worship THE LORD Enjoy the Fellowship Tom's Service, Odessa, MN PRO AUTO We Build Toys for the B7 ggs. Ortonvllle, MN * (320) 839-2911 ' tr.00Fmcv ..... .omv ELLINGSON'S INC. ODESSA, MN 56276 . BIG STONE COOPERATIVE Clinton . Ortonville Milbank 1-800-325-1132 or (320) 325-5466 ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN Bellingham Pastor Robert A. Friedrich May 18-23:7:30 or 7:35 a.m. "By the Way" on KDIO radio. May 24:9:15 a.m. Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Divine Service; 12:30 p.m. Lutheran Hour, KLQP. ST. JOHN'S, ST. JOSEPH'S & ST. JAMES' Ortonville, Rosen, Nassau Father Andy Michels MASS Tues., May 19:8:30 a.m. Rosen; 11 a.m. Ortonville. Wed., May 20: 9:30 a.m. Northridge. Ascension of the Lord Thurs., May 21:6 p.m. Ortonville; 8 p.m. Rosen. Fri., May 22:8:30 a.m Rosen; 11 a.m. Ortonville. Sat., May 23:5 p.m. Ortonville; 8:00 p.m. Nassau Sun., May 24: 8:30 a.m. Ortonville; 10:30 a.m. Rosen. ST. JOHN'S Thurs., May 21:9:30 Bowl of Love. Mon: 1:30 Alleluia Group; 3:30 p.m. Mothers in Christ; 6 p.m. Choir. FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN Ortonville Daniel L. Hermanson, Pastor Tues: 7 a.m Squares; 8:30 a.m. Day of Love. Wed: 7 a.m. 8th & 9th Confirmation; 10 a.m. Staff; 6 p.m. Choir Picnic. Thurs: 8:30 a.m. Ministerial; 12 noon Brown Bag. Fri: 1:30 p.m. Northridge. Sat: 7 p.m. Worship Service. Sun: 9 a.m. Worship Service; 4:30 p.m. KDIO Broadcast. ZION LUTHERAN Ortonville Rev. Shalom Kropfl Wed., May 20: 3:30 p.m. Confirmation. Thurs., May 21:8 a.m. OMA at St. John's; 9 a.m. Sunshine Quilters. Sun., May 24: 10:30 a.m. Services. EIDSKOG LUTHERAN Ortonville ReD. Shalom Kropfl Wed., May 20: 3:30 p.m. Confirmation. Church Notices,: following firms THOLE DISTRIBUTING ORTONVILLE i Ortonville Independent FARM ERS ELEVATOR ASSOCIATION Ron Schlimme, Manager CLINTON, MN PHONE Z25-5404 Clinton State Bank THE BANK THAT UNDERSTANDS CLINTON Thurs., May 21: kp.m. Do Day. Sun., May 24:9 a.m. Services; 10 a.m. Sunday School (last day of SS). Mon., May 25:11 a.m. Memorial Service with -Potluck following. CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Ortonville ReD. Duane Lookingbill, Pastor Wed., May 20:7 p.m. Choir. Fri., May 22: Pastor at MN Conference. Sun., May 24:9:15 a.m. Sunday School; 10:45 a.m. Worship. ORTONVILLE UNITED METHODIST Ortonville ReD. Larry Kasten, Pastor Wed: 9:30 a.m. Prayer Group at Maries; 7 p.m. Bible Study; 7:30 p.m. Choir practice. Thurs: 12 noon Men's Study at Hasslen's Const. Sun: 9:30 a.m. Worship Service; 10:30 a.m. Sunday School. TABOR UNITED METHODIST Big Stone City, SD Robert J. and Jeanne G. Semrad, Pastors Wed., May -20:3:30-4:30 p.m. Cool Kids 4 Christ; No Senior High Supper. Sun., May 24:9:30 a.m. Worship; No Sunday School. Senior citizens club news Lloyd A. Sievers, President The Ortonville Senior Club will have their monthly meeting on Wednesday, May 20th, starting at 1:15 p.m. The program will consist of a 30 minute Video on Good Nights and Great days, a video guide to better sleep. Please plan to attend. There will also be a lunch served after the video. Public is invited. Birthdays As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar Tuesday, May 19 Sam Barr, Elaine Koenen, Roger Rheingans, Patty Jensen, Nancie Parady, Mark Bezalske Wednesday, May 20 Aaron Edward Gerhardt, Delhart Anderson, Mrs. Gene O'Neill, Selma Felton, Amber Marie George, Olga Peterson, Randy Meyer, Marguerite Stegner, Amy Kelzer Thursday, May 21 Kyle Pribyl, Brenda Roeder Friday, May 22 Wayde Fraasch, Casey Jay Nornes, Becky Parker, Andrew Julius, Chuck Donkersgoed Saturday, May 23 Carol Barrett, Alphonse Schmieg, Brandon Koch Sunday, May 24 Adam Stielow Monday, May 28 Memorial Day Michael Magee, Shannon D. Prochaka, Shayne Human, David Peterson, Jamie Marie Wester, Esther :Kottwitz, Kristen Clarie Hanson, Erick Lovgren, Lisa Minahan, Greg Thompson, Roger Tietjen Tuesday, May 26 Roger Scott Bergland, Charles Jones, Kathy Jo Longhenry, Art Novak, Jennifer Tobin, Jacob Dawson, Tom Aafedt, Andrew Van Hunt, Nicki Freese Kraemer M0bile meals Tuesday, May 19 through Friday, May 22: Dorothy Gmiterko, Ann Lundberg, Phil and Carol Maillet Monday, May 26 through Friday, May 29: Gene Burdick, Bud Knippen, Bud Haukos I Prairie Five menu Reservations may be made by calling the Senior Center. When requesting a meal call the Senior Center the day prior to eating at 839- 3555 before 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 19 Chicken Breast, Make-Ahead Potatoes, Harvard Beets, Sherbet, Rye Bread Wednesday, May 20 Salisbury Steak, Boiled Potatoes/Gravy, Wax Beans, Chocolate Yum Yum, WW Dinner Roll Thursday, May 21 Pork Roast, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Italian Blend Vegetable, Cookie, Raisin Bread Friday, May 22 Cook's Choice Soup, Sandwich, Fruit Monday, May 25 Memorial Day Holiday Tuesday, May 26 Baked Fish, Lemon Parslied Potatoes, Green Beans, Coconut Crumb Dess., Wheat Bread !1 R Ec,c.00 II AS MUCH AS 86% OF: HOUSEHOLD Thoughts TRASH CAN, BE RECYCLED!! for life Information Provided By Local MCCL Abortion was supposed to solve the problems of poverty and child abuse but over 1.4 million babies are aborted annually and child abuse is at an all time high. It has had the opposite effect. In 1973 the year the Supreme Court legalized abortion there were 167,000 reported cases of chid abuse, 1983- 929,000, 1991 - 2.5 million. Plus the ultimate form of abuse - 36 million aborted. Abortion makes it easier for some to disregard the needs of others. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS Page 8b INDEPENDENT "... Think About These 00hings" by Rev. Wilfred C. Hansen PASTOR AT LARGE "But ask the beasts, and they will teach you; the and they will tell you; or the plants of the earth, ar you; and the fish of the sea will declare to you. these does not know that the hand of the Lord A couple of weeks ago, I officiated at funeral Jensen, a gracious lady and friend to many. Edith . farm in South Dakota and in 88 years never traveled birthplace. It was a lovely spring day when we laid among family and friends in a peaceful rural outskirts of Marietta. The First Congregational UCC of Milbank was service and once again I marveled at the bonds of unite people in this area. The trip from Miibank to quite lovely and the prairie beautiful. My soul is continually nourished as I travel about th renewed as I work in the garden. I feel much like wrote in 1992: All through the long winter I dream On the first warm day of spring I dig my fingers deep! earth. I can feel its energy and my spirits soar. ' It is c.a the people of South Dakota love their rolling fields gardens. Reflect on the following by Helen Svaren of SPRINGTIME IN DAKOTA When it's springtime in Dakota I'm coming home to see The robins with their red breasts Build nests so naturally. They chirp in pleasing chorus Nature's harmony Meadowlarks sing high notes What a charming melody. The apple trees in blossom Delight in artist's dream I'll smell the purple lilacs, Hear the raging, rushing stream. The crocus nod in silence Daffodils just smile Tulips with glowing faces Stand proud in grandest style. When it's springtime in Dakota, , We'll meet by our oak tree We I1 share nostalgic treasures, Our gems of memory. -Helen Svaren, Extension report John Cunni.gham, County Extension Director 839-2818 or 1-800-279-2818 MORE PLANT DIVERSITY NEEDED More plant diversity is needed to help avert a budding crisis in rural Minnesota, according to a 60-member task force on plant diversity consisting of farmers, agribusiness, public agencies, and nonprofit organizations. The task force is being coordinated by the Center for Alternative Plant and Animal Products and the Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture at the University of Minnesota. "Our current agricultural cropping systems have less biological diversity than at anytime in history," the task force report-says. "The cause is continued simplification of farming leading to production of a few crops over large acreages. It is increasingly clear that simplified farming is causing a crisis in rural Minnesota. "This crisis is felt in rural communities that have lost population, businesses, churches, schools and social institutions as smaller diversified farms have been replaced by larger operations focused on a single commodity. Production of single, low value commodities does not add substantially to the economic base of the community and creates a high level of biological and environmental risk for farmers and society. "The crisis is felt by all citizens as our precious water resources are degraded by agricultural pollution and at-risk farmers are subsidized with tax dollars when crops fail to provide adequate returns to support the current system," the report says, and gives two examples: In the Red River Valley of Minnesota and North Dakota, a scab epidemic associated with short rotations of wheat and barley monocultures has severely threatened the livelihood of farmers and rural percent of the land corn and soybea requires high chemicals, pesticides, which are dramatic proliferation pests such as soybean cyst root rots and wee( agricultural rivers and lakes degraded extremely resources. Southern now being asked cropping environmental modifying current greater economic puts rural Farmers need new meet these economic demands. "A sustainable needed for the our society," the challenges to been met with costly technology subsidies, which be cost-effective acceptable. Our promote agriculture offers alternative to approaches. We effort will provide ' to Minnesota a sustainable in and economic terms, The proposed initiative will be Minnesota Le the next comprehensive effort develop new or germplasm for environmental carried out on a guided by community information or a contact Don communities. Wheat and barley Institute for growers have lost $4.2 billion of (612) 625-8235 income since 1992. Fax (612) In southern Minnesota, farm misamail@.tc.m MY WIFE LAUGHED WHEN ! SA! ! FINALLY GOING TO START SA ' ql FOR OUR FUTURE... ,,: SHE S NOT LAUGHING NoW. NOflorlwi HO Lender -- FREE lel:)tr)ne DeDI C reveals how you con pay off Ngh Intetesl blnsond slort saving future ancl nave mote n'K)neyo er Ilfel Call S(ZTtX: , Inc. ca 1-88E Call now to find out whot the credit cotcl never discoverl