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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. TO*** TO ARTICHOKE LAKE BAPTIST (13 miles north of Correll) (320) 596-230O Rev. Timothy J. Blackman, Pastor Sunday: 9 a.m. Worship. TO * TO TO TO BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Alban Township (Missouri Synod) Roy. Robert Behling, Pastor Sunday: 8:15 a.m. Church Service; 9:15 a.m. Sunday School TO TO TO TO ST. CHARLES CATHOLIC Big Stone City, SD Pastor: Fr. Ray Otto, OSB - 605/432-4623 Administrator # 605/862-8319 Saturday Mass: 5:00 p.m. Confessions: 4:00 p.m. - 1st & 3rd Saturdays. TO * TO TO TO ASSEMBLY OF GOD S10 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 TO TO TO TO TO ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Marietta Steve Olson, Pastor Sun: 9:00 a.m. Worship; 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. t0**** ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Nassau Steve Olson Sun: 10:30 a.m. Worship; 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. TO TO TO TO ARTICHOKE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 13 miles north on Co. #25, 1-1/2 miles west of CorreH in Artichoke Township John Glass, Pastor (507) 532-3113 Sat: 9:30 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, SO, Bill Tucker, speaker; 9:30 a.m. "The Voice of Prophecy" WNAX, Yankton, SD, speaker/director Lonnie Melashenko. "* TO TO TO TO CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 716 SW 5th St. Willmar, iN (32O) 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. TO TO TO TO TO CHRIST EPISCOPAL Milhank, SD First and Third Sunday of Month Holy Eucharist. All other Sundays morning prayer. 9 a.m. - All Services TO TO TO TO * CORRELL UNITED METHODIST Rev. Larry Kasten Sun: 8:15 a.m. Morning Worship. TO TO * * TO ST. JOHN'S, ST. JOSEPH'S & ST. JAMES' Ortonville, Rosen, Nassau Father Robert Goblirsch ST. JOHN'S - ORTONVILLE Wed., June 16:7:30 a.m. Rosary; 9:30 a.m. Mass at Northridge. Thurs., June 17:9:30 a.m. Bowl of Love. Fri., June 18:7:30 a.m. Rosary; 8 a.m. Mass. Sat., June 19: 4:15 p.m. Sacrament of Reconciliation; 5 p.m. Mass Sun., June 20:8:30 a.m. Mass Mon: 7:30 a.m. Rosary; 8 a.m. Mass; 1:30 p.m. Alleluia Pray Group. ST. JAMES' - NASSAU Sat., June 19:8 p.m. Mass ST. JOSEPH'S - ROSEN Tues., June 15:8:30 a.m. Mass; 7:30-11 a.m. Dennis in Rosen RE office. Sun., June 20:10:30 a.m. Mass. TO TO TO * TO TRINITY LUTHERAN Ortonville Richard Boehnke, Pastor Tues., June 15: Circles meet. Wed., June 16:1 p.m. Northridge Bible Study. Sun., June 20:8:30 & I 1 a.m. Divine'Services; 9:45 a.m. Bible Study; 9:45 a.m. AAL; 11 a.m. Radio Broadcast; 4 p.m. Installation, Morris Mort., June 21: Newsletter Deadline; Circles meet. TABOR UNITED METHODIST Big Stone City, SD R. Karl Watkins, Pastor Sun., June 20:9:30 a.m. Worship. Mon., June 21:9:30 a.m. Sewing. May the mystery of faith unfold to protect and provide your family with peace. I :F II " These Weekly Courtesy the Come and Worship THE LORD Enjoy the Fellowship Tom's Service, Odessa, MN PRO AUTO We Build Toys for the Bfg Boys. Ortonville, MN * (320) 839-2911 U.S. FANCY HONEY ELLINGSON'S INC. ODESSA, MN 56276 . BIG STONE COOPERATIVE Clinton . Ortonville. Milbank 1400-325-1132 or (320) 325-5466 ZION LUTHERAN Ortonville Rev. Shalom Kropfl Wed., June 16:7 p.m. Luther League parents meet. Sat., June 19:3 p.m. Northridge Vespers. Sun., June 20:9 a.m. Worship Service with Holy Communion. TO * TO TO * EIDSKOG LUTHERAN Ortonville Rev. Shalom Kropfl Thurs., June 17:1 p.m. Do Day. Sat., June 19:6 p.m. Worship Service. TO TO TO* TRINITY LUTHERAN Walter Twp., Bellingham Pastor Robert A. Friedrich June 15-18: Church Cleaning June 20: 10:30 a.m. Divine Service; 12:30 p.m. Lutheran Hour, KLQP; 7 p.m. ACT. TO TO * TO * ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN Bellingham Pastor Robert A. Friedrich June 14-18:7:30 or 7:35 a.m. "By the Way" on KDIO Radio. June 16:7 p.m. LOCS. June 20:9 a.m. Divine Service. TO* TO TO ABIDING FAITH FREE LUTHERAN Ortonville Rev. David Hinrichs, Pastor Mon.-Fri., June 14-18:6:30-9:30 p.m. Vacation Bible School with Barnabas Team. Mon.-Wed., June 14-16:7:30 p.m. Adult Study on Christian Warfare. Fri., June 18:8 p.m. Closing Program VBS - All are invited. Sun., June 20:10:30 a.m. Worship with the Ambassador Team; 11:30 p.m. Potluck Dinner. TO TO TO TO TO CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Ortonville Rev. Duane A. Lookingbill, Pastor Sun., June 20:10:45 a.m. Worship. Wed., June 23:5:15 p.m. Council. TO * * TO TO NEW LIFE COMMUNITY BAPTIST Ortonville Kory Tedrick, Pastor Tues: 9:30 a.m. Tee Time Bible Study (Golf Clubhouse). Wed: 7 p.m. Prayer (Fireside Room). Church Notices, following firms THOLE DISTRIBUTING ORTONVILLE Ortonville Independent .... CUNTON CO.OP FARMERS ELEVATOR ASSOCIATION. Ron Schlimme, Manager - CLINTON, MN PHONE 325-5404 i Clinton State Bank THE BANK THAT UNDERSTANDS FPJJ CLINTON Fri: 12 noon Men of Integrity (Pizza Ranch); 7:30 p.m. Bridal Shower for Kendra Giese (Fireside Room). Sun: 9:15 a.m. Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Worship Service; Jr. High Camp (June 20-25). Mon: 7 p.m. Board Meetings. *to*** ORTONVILLE UNITED METHODIST Ortonviile Rev. Larry Kasten, Pastor Wed: 9:30 a.m. Prayer Group at Marie's; 6:30 p.m. Pastor-Parish Relations Committee (just Ortonville) Thurs: 12 noon Men's Study at Hasslen Construction. Fri: 3:30 p.m. Worrall & Steen Wedding. Sun: 9:30 a.m. Worship. TO TO TO TO TO FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN Ortonville Daniel L. Hermanson, Pastor Tues., June 15:7 a.m Squares; 8:30 a.m. Day of Love. Wed,. June 16:10 a.m. Staff; 12 noon FELCW Salad Luncheon. Thurs., June 17:12 noon Brown Bag. Fri., June 18:1:30 p.m. Northridge Sat., June 19:7 p.m. Worship; 7:30 a.m. WELCA Synod Convention at Redwood Falls. Sun., June 20:9 a.m. Worship; 4:30 p.m. KDIO Broadcast. Thoughts for life II Information Provided By Local MCCL Written By Carol Karels The Roe vs. Wade decision stated that prior to birth there is no "personhood". The black baby mentioned last week is the same "person" today as he was prior to implantation in the womb so he must have been the same "person" at his conception as he is now. The same argument of a "non-person" was used prior to the Civil War to deny blacks full citizenship. Life begins at conception. Both of the couples involved with the New York fertility doctor know it. All parents know it. It is time for the Supreme Court to correct its error before another 38 million babies die in the womb. Senior citizens club news Lloyd A. Sievers, President Ortonville Senior Citizens Club will have their monthly meeting Wednesday, June 16th at 1:15 p.m. Entertainment and lunch will follow. Birthdays As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar Tuesday, June 15 Rebekah Zahrbock, Dwayne Strei, Peter Dokken, Kendall George, Kristine Athey, Richard Tiegs, Juanita Carlson, Scott McMahon, Kevin Essington, Jeremie Bethke Wednesday, June 16 Nancy Throndrud Hanson, Weston Schneck, Daniel Hicks, Mrs. Don Lindquist, Samantha Renee Brecke, Jo C. Elliott, Rachel Marie Berger Thursday, June 17 Ryan Charles Bolsta, Kathy Francis, James G. Sellin, Leona Kay Helgeson, Carol Layne, Amanda Tiegs, Emily Hanson, Joshua Hasslen, Jessica Jacobsen Friday, June 18 Jay Lindahl, Mark Aaron Puder, Bob Schneck, Jessica Sandro, Sydney Stern, Irene Mathison, Joan Hasslen, Janice Hinders, Michael James Vincent Athey, Bill Hausauer Saturday, June 19 Michael Blume, Donna Hoel, Karen Davis, Corin Ceaser Elvick, Scan Callahan, Evelyn Johnson, Mary Gustafson, Mark Schlagel, Royce Paulsen, Keith Athey, Judy Nissen, Teddi Michael Kuehnel, Tami Deering, Heidi Hilger Benkowski Sunday, June 20 Father's Day Brenda Hofhenke, Tom Rice, Jamie Alfred Brandt, Heike Freiwald, Brenda Zahrbock, Robert Kimmes Monday, June 21 1st Day of Summer Todd Sester, Gerald Koenen, Richard Brecke, David Olson, Michael Olson, Justin Smith, Sylvia Johnson, John Moorhead, Shane Thompson, Clark Richardson Tuesday, June 22 Pat Sester, Berniece Hintz, Susie Ellingson, Orville Schake, Jonathan Scholberg, Katie Clark, Don Sherman, Jr., Tamar Elvick, James Puder, Stephanie Kenyon Johnson, Jim McLanghlin 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, June 15 Ham Loaf, Sweet Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables, Pineapple Upside/Down Cake, Rye Bread Wednesday, June 16 Beef Cubes/Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Marinated Vegetable Sld., Pudding/Topping, WW Dinner Roll Thursday, June 17 Creamed Turkey, Baking Powder Biscuit, Peas 'N Carrots, Fruit Cup Friday, June 18 Father's Day BBQ Rib/Chicken-Leg Buffet, Make-A-Head Potatoes, Wax Beans, Melon Cup, Assorted Bread Monday, June 21 Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Peas, Glazed Fruit, WW Dinner Roll Tuesday, June 22 Pork Roast, Boiled Potatoes/ Gravy, Three-bean Salad, Bread Pudding, Whole Wheat Bread 4-H news BEARDSLEY GO-GETTERS Meghan Smart, Reporter The June meeting of the Beardsley Go-Getters 4-H Club was held on Monday, the 7th. We started out at Carol Lee Erickson's home where she shared with us her beautiful flowers and plants and what she does to grow them. Continuing at the Beardsley Hall, Meghan and Rudy Smart led the club in making "salt candles." After the craft, the meeting was officially called to order by acting president Jeff Propp. There were 12 members, seven adult leaders, and one visitor present. Old and new business was discussed. We planned more on our Community Pride project and talked about the upcoming county fair. After the meeting, Jeff Propp gave a project talk showing and describing the parts of a chicken. The night's meeting ended with lunch being served by the Diekmann and Smart families. "...Think About These Things" by Rev. Wilfred C. Hansen PASTOR AT LARGE "The God who made the world and of heaven and earth, does not live in shrines served by human hands, as though he needed himself gives to all mortals life and breath and all we live and move and have our being." Acts One of my favorite stories is an old Norwec woods found an egg in a nest, took it home, under a goose and it hatched out, a freakish creature feet, unwebbed and clawlike, made it stumble as it little geese. And his beak was not flat; it was Instead of having lovely cream-colored down, it was color. And to top it off, it made a terrible seemed to be a genetic freak, so ugly and Time passed, and then one day a giant barnyard. The eagle swept lower and lower i wardlittle bird on the ground lifted his head and beak into the sky. The misfit creature then and began to hobble across the yard. He fit and harder until the wind picked him up and higher. He began to soar through the clouds. He what he was, he was born an eagle, and he had been like a goose! The lesson: We were born to soar. We are are special because we are children of God. I suggest that you greet each day with the somebody! Jesus is my Savior. I am God's Extension report Jean Kvols, County Extension Educator DO YOU KNOW YOUR MORNING JUICE? Choosing a juice to start your morning used to be simple enterprise with few choices. Today, consumers can opt for a plain juice of one variety like orange or grapefruit, or choose from among the myriad juice cocktails, blends and drinks available. FDA updated ingredient labeling for juices in 1993, making it simpler for shoppers to know what they are purchasing. Before 1993, multijuice beverages could be marketed in a fashion that made it difficult to tell what fruit juices they contained. A consumer buying peach juice would now know what percent of the drink came from peaches and what percent came from more inexpensive pear or white grape juice. To remedy this, in 1993 the FDA required manufacturers to declare on the label the total amount of juice in a beverage multi juic' beverages must declare the percent of, each juice pictured or named on the label within a five percent range, such as "juice blend, 2 to 7 percent raspberry juice" or call the beverage "flavored" by the named juice (eg: "raspberry-flavored juice drink"). Often, manufactures use pear and grape juice as sweeteners, thus enabling their products to be termed 100 percent juice, and many consumers believe that 100 percent juices offer better nutrition than their sugar-sweetened counterparts. In fact, the percentage of juice may have little impact on the nutrition value of these drinks. Listing water and sugar in the ingredients list is not cause for concern. Some juices, like orange juice, are made from fruits naturally high in sugar and water. In this case, sugar and water are not listed separately. On the other hand, cranberries have require a palatable. Dietetic for Nutrition and and juice drinks amount of fruit sweeteners. The Nutrition no distinction occurring and because they h differences distinguish between j.'uice is naturally m processing juices, the sugars way by the body. i When choosing consumers are examining how juice contains or a calcium- Source: Juice Labels" National Center Dietetics,, , DATES TO June 14-17- Arts Contest and Extravaganza June 14-1 June 15- June 17 - Educators' meeting  June 18 June June 21 Worksho[ June 21 - Annual Meeting Ambassador June 24 - Animals" June 25 - (Day Camp) at June 28-July for Youth Extension report Carrie Olson, County Extension Educator SCHOOL'S OUT... No more teachers, no" more books...lt is summer, and with summer a child's thoughts turn from school to vacation. An unending string of relaxing days, with only fun things to do is visualized by most children. For parents, summer May mean a new set of concerns. Parents who work outside the home begin to worry about childcare and transportation of children to summer recreational activities. All parents dread the first proclamation of boredom from their school-age children. Planning and preparation can help both parents and children deal with their different summer concerns. A family meeting to discuss the summer could be held. If the family will take a summer vacation away from home, this is a time to discuss those plans and to make arrangements for travel, plant care, animal care and other concerns. The family meeting is a good place to begin outlining the parameters of the vacation, dealing with questions about whether or not friends will be invited along, how much spending money will be provided or how long the trip will take. A calendar of summer events and activities can be developed at family meetings. This helps kids prepare for fairs and lets adults know critical times for arranging transportation and supplies. A family calendar helps children learn to manage their time and to complete their household chores. For example, making the bed and straightening up the bedroom might appear every day on the calendar, with a thorough bedroom cleaning! week. Having a hem children in. t positive structure time and plan with friends. Too often time to ignore skills. Many children who reinforcement during the long some difficulty in perhaps because some needed grade teacher told forgotten how summer. He had for nearly three asked him to practice he founl it The serious for ch[ academic difficulty. This does not should regimented their summer that informal skills would eaS school in the library, reading newspapers, and help a child may need to behavior or VCR a child to paying. With some reduce some disrupt the summer months. Page 6b  INDEPENDENT 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. TO*** TO ARTICHOKE LAKE BAPTIST (13 miles north of Correll) (320) 596-230O Rev. Timothy J. Blackman, Pastor Sunday: 9 a.m. Worship. TO * TO TO TO BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Alban Township (Missouri Synod) Roy. Robert Behling, Pastor Sunday: 8:15 a.m. Church Service; 9:15 a.m. Sunday School TO TO TO TO ST. CHARLES CATHOLIC Big Stone City, SD Pastor: Fr. Ray Otto, OSB - 605/432-4623 Administrator # 605/862-8319 Saturday Mass: 5:00 p.m. Confessions: 4:00 p.m. - 1st & 3rd Saturdays. TO * TO TO TO ASSEMBLY OF GOD S10 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 TO TO TO TO TO ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Marietta Steve Olson, Pastor Sun: 9:00 a.m. Worship; 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. t0**** ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Nassau Steve Olson Sun: 10:30 a.m. Worship; 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. TO TO TO TO ARTICHOKE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 13 miles north on Co. #25, 1-1/2 miles west of CorreH in Artichoke Township John Glass, Pastor (507) 532-3113 Sat: 9:30 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, SO, Bill Tucker, speaker; 9:30 a.m. "The Voice of Prophecy" WNAX, Yankton, SD, speaker/director Lonnie Melashenko. "* TO TO TO TO CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 716 SW 5th St. Willmar, iN (32O) 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. TO TO TO TO TO CHRIST EPISCOPAL Milhank, SD First and Third Sunday of Month Holy Eucharist. All other Sundays morning prayer. 9 a.m. - All Services TO TO TO TO * CORRELL UNITED METHODIST Rev. Larry Kasten Sun: 8:15 a.m. Morning Worship. TO TO * * TO ST. JOHN'S, ST. JOSEPH'S & ST. JAMES' Ortonville, Rosen, Nassau Father Robert Goblirsch ST. JOHN'S - ORTONVILLE Wed., June 16:7:30 a.m. Rosary; 9:30 a.m. Mass at Northridge. Thurs., June 17:9:30 a.m. Bowl of Love. Fri., June 18:7:30 a.m. Rosary; 8 a.m. Mass. Sat., June 19: 4:15 p.m. Sacrament of Reconciliation; 5 p.m. Mass Sun., June 20:8:30 a.m. Mass Mon: 7:30 a.m. Rosary; 8 a.m. Mass; 1:30 p.m. Alleluia Pray Group. ST. JAMES' - NASSAU Sat., June 19:8 p.m. Mass ST. JOSEPH'S - ROSEN Tues., June 15:8:30 a.m. Mass; 7:30-11 a.m. Dennis in Rosen RE office. Sun., June 20:10:30 a.m. Mass. TO TO TO * TO TRINITY LUTHERAN Ortonville Richard Boehnke, Pastor Tues., June 15: Circles meet. Wed., June 16:1 p.m. Northridge Bible Study. Sun., June 20:8:30 & I 1 a.m. Divine'Services; 9:45 a.m. Bible Study; 9:45 a.m. AAL; 11 a.m. Radio Broadcast; 4 p.m. Installation, Morris Mort., June 21: Newsletter Deadline; Circles meet. TABOR UNITED METHODIST Big Stone City, SD R. Karl Watkins, Pastor Sun., June 20:9:30 a.m. Worship. Mon., June 21:9:30 a.m. Sewing. May the mystery of faith unfold to protect and provide your family with peace. I :F II " These Weekly Courtesy the Come and Worship THE LORD Enjoy the Fellowship Tom's Service, Odessa, MN PRO AUTO We Build Toys for the Bfg Boys. Ortonville, MN * (320) 839-2911 U.S. FANCY HONEY ELLINGSON'S INC. ODESSA, MN 56276 . BIG STONE COOPERATIVE Clinton . Ortonville. Milbank 1400-325-1132 or (320) 325-5466 ZION LUTHERAN Ortonville Rev. Shalom Kropfl Wed., June 16:7 p.m. Luther League parents meet. Sat., June 19:3 p.m. Northridge Vespers. Sun., June 20:9 a.m. Worship Service with Holy Communion. TO * TO TO * EIDSKOG LUTHERAN Ortonville Rev. Shalom Kropfl Thurs., June 17:1 p.m. Do Day. Sat., June 19:6 p.m. Worship Service. TO TO TO* TRINITY LUTHERAN Walter Twp., Bellingham Pastor Robert A. Friedrich June 15-18: Church Cleaning June 20: 10:30 a.m. Divine Service; 12:30 p.m. Lutheran Hour, KLQP; 7 p.m. ACT. TO TO * TO * ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN Bellingham Pastor Robert A. Friedrich June 14-18:7:30 or 7:35 a.m. "By the Way" on KDIO Radio. June 16:7 p.m. LOCS. June 20:9 a.m. Divine Service. TO* TO TO ABIDING FAITH FREE LUTHERAN Ortonville Rev. David Hinrichs, Pastor Mon.-Fri., June 14-18:6:30-9:30 p.m. Vacation Bible School with Barnabas Team. Mon.-Wed., June 14-16:7:30 p.m. Adult Study on Christian Warfare. Fri., June 18:8 p.m. Closing Program VBS - All are invited. Sun., June 20:10:30 a.m. Worship with the Ambassador Team; 11:30 p.m. Potluck Dinner. TO TO TO TO TO CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Ortonville Rev. Duane A. Lookingbill, Pastor Sun., June 20:10:45 a.m. Worship. Wed., June 23:5:15 p.m. Council. TO * * TO TO NEW LIFE COMMUNITY BAPTIST Ortonville Kory Tedrick, Pastor Tues: 9:30 a.m. Tee Time Bible Study (Golf Clubhouse). Wed: 7 p.m. Prayer (Fireside Room). Church Notices, following firms THOLE DISTRIBUTING ORTONVILLE Ortonville Independent .... CUNTON CO.OP FARMERS ELEVATOR ASSOCIATION. Ron Schlimme, Manager - CLINTON, MN PHONE 325-5404 i Clinton State Bank THE BANK THAT UNDERSTANDS FPJJ CLINTON Fri: 12 noon Men of Integrity (Pizza Ranch); 7:30 p.m. Bridal Shower for Kendra Giese (Fireside Room). Sun: 9:15 a.m. Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Worship Service; Jr. High Camp (June 20-25). Mon: 7 p.m. Board Meetings. *to*** ORTONVILLE UNITED METHODIST Ortonviile Rev. Larry Kasten, Pastor Wed: 9:30 a.m. Prayer Group at Marie's; 6:30 p.m. Pastor-Parish Relations Committee (just Ortonville) Thurs: 12 noon Men's Study at Hasslen Construction. Fri: 3:30 p.m. Worrall & Steen Wedding. Sun: 9:30 a.m. Worship. TO TO TO TO TO FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN Ortonville Daniel L. Hermanson, Pastor Tues., June 15:7 a.m Squares; 8:30 a.m. Day of Love. Wed,. June 16:10 a.m. Staff; 12 noon FELCW Salad Luncheon. Thurs., June 17:12 noon Brown Bag. Fri., June 18:1:30 p.m. Northridge Sat., June 19:7 p.m. Worship; 7:30 a.m. WELCA Synod Convention at Redwood Falls. Sun., June 20:9 a.m. Worship; 4:30 p.m. KDIO Broadcast. Thoughts for life II Information Provided By Local MCCL Written By Carol Karels The Roe vs. Wade decision stated that prior to birth there is no "personhood". The black baby mentioned last week is the same "person" today as he was prior to implantation in the womb so he must have been the same "person" at his conception as he is now. The same argument of a "non-person" was used prior to the Civil War to deny blacks full citizenship. Life begins at conception. Both of the couples involved with the New York fertility doctor know it. All parents know it. It is time for the Supreme Court to correct its error before another 38 million babies die in the womb. Senior citizens club news Lloyd A. Sievers, President Ortonville Senior Citizens Club will have their monthly meeting Wednesday, June 16th at 1:15 p.m. Entertainment and lunch will follow. Birthdays As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar Tuesday, June 15 Rebekah Zahrbock, Dwayne Strei, Peter Dokken, Kendall George, Kristine Athey, Richard Tiegs, Juanita Carlson, Scott McMahon, Kevin Essington, Jeremie Bethke Wednesday, June 16 Nancy Throndrud Hanson, Weston Schneck, Daniel Hicks, Mrs. Don Lindquist, Samantha Renee Brecke, Jo C. Elliott, Rachel Marie Berger Thursday, June 17 Ryan Charles Bolsta, Kathy Francis, James G. Sellin, Leona Kay Helgeson, Carol Layne, Amanda Tiegs, Emily Hanson, Joshua Hasslen, Jessica Jacobsen Friday, June 18 Jay Lindahl, Mark Aaron Puder, Bob Schneck, Jessica Sandro, Sydney Stern, Irene Mathison, Joan Hasslen, Janice Hinders, Michael James Vincent Athey, Bill Hausauer Saturday, June 19 Michael Blume, Donna Hoel, Karen Davis, Corin Ceaser Elvick, Scan Callahan, Evelyn Johnson, Mary Gustafson, Mark Schlagel, Royce Paulsen, Keith Athey, Judy Nissen, Teddi Michael Kuehnel, Tami Deering, Heidi Hilger Benkowski Sunday, June 20 Father's Day Brenda Hofhenke, Tom Rice, Jamie Alfred Brandt, Heike Freiwald, Brenda Zahrbock, Robert Kimmes Monday, June 21 1st Day of Summer Todd Sester, Gerald Koenen, Richard Brecke, David Olson, Michael Olson, Justin Smith, Sylvia Johnson, John Moorhead, Shane Thompson, Clark Richardson Tuesday, June 22 Pat Sester, Berniece Hintz, Susie Ellingson, Orville Schake, Jonathan Scholberg, Katie Clark, Don Sherman, Jr., Tamar Elvick, James Puder, Stephanie Kenyon Johnson, Jim McLanghlin 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, June 15 Ham Loaf, Sweet Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables, Pineapple Upside/Down Cake, Rye Bread Wednesday, June 16 Beef Cubes/Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Marinated Vegetable Sld., Pudding/Topping, WW Dinner Roll Thursday, June 17 Creamed Turkey, Baking Powder Biscuit, Peas 'N Carrots, Fruit Cup Friday, June 18 Father's Day BBQ Rib/Chicken-Leg Buffet, Make-A-Head Potatoes, Wax Beans, Melon Cup, Assorted Bread Monday, June 21 Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Peas, Glazed Fruit, WW Dinner Roll Tuesday, June 22 Pork Roast, Boiled Potatoes/ Gravy, Three-bean Salad, Bread Pudding, Whole Wheat Bread 4-H news BEARDSLEY GO-GETTERS Meghan Smart, Reporter The June meeting of the Beardsley Go-Getters 4-H Club was held on Monday, the 7th. We started out at Carol Lee Erickson's home where she shared with us her beautiful flowers and plants and what she does to grow them. Continuing at the Beardsley Hall, Meghan and Rudy Smart led the club in making "salt candles." After the craft, the meeting was officially called to order by acting president Jeff Propp. There were 12 members, seven adult leaders, and one visitor present. Old and new business was discussed. We planned more on our Community Pride project and talked about the upcoming county fair. After the meeting, Jeff Propp gave a project talk showing and describing the parts of a chicken. The night's meeting ended with lunch being served by the Diekmann and Smart families. "...Think About These Things" by Rev. Wilfred C. Hansen PASTOR AT LARGE "The God who made the world and of heaven and earth, does not live in shrines served by human hands, as though he needed himself gives to all mortals life and breath and all we live and move and have our being." Acts One of my favorite stories is an old Norwec woods found an egg in a nest, took it home, under a goose and it hatched out, a freakish creature feet, unwebbed and clawlike, made it stumble as it little geese. And his beak was not flat; it was Instead of having lovely cream-colored down, it was color. And to top it off, it made a terrible seemed to be a genetic freak, so ugly and Time passed, and then one day a giant barnyard. The eagle swept lower and lower i wardlittle bird on the ground lifted his head and beak into the sky. The misfit creature then and began to hobble across the yard. He fit and harder until the wind picked him up and higher. He began to soar through the clouds. He what he was, he was born an eagle, and he had been like a goose! The lesson: We were born to soar. We are are special because we are children of God. I suggest that you greet each day with the somebody! Jesus is my Savior. I am God's Extension report Jean Kvols, County Extension Educator DO YOU KNOW YOUR MORNING JUICE? Choosing a juice to start your morning used to be simple enterprise with few choices. Today, consumers can opt for a plain juice of one variety like orange or grapefruit, or choose from among the myriad juice cocktails, blends and drinks available. FDA updated ingredient labeling for juices in 1993, making it simpler for shoppers to know what they are purchasing. Before 1993, multijuice beverages could be marketed in a fashion that made it difficult to tell what fruit juices they contained. A consumer buying peach juice would now know what percent of the drink came from peaches and what percent came from more inexpensive pear or white grape juice. To remedy this, in 1993 the FDA required manufacturers to declare on the label the total amount of juice in a beverage multi juic' beverages must declare the percent of, each juice pictured or named on the label within a five percent range, such as "juice blend, 2 to 7 percent raspberry juice" or call the beverage "flavored" by the named juice (eg: "raspberry-flavored juice drink"). Often, manufactures use pear and grape juice as sweeteners, thus enabling their products to be termed 100 percent juice, and many consumers believe that 100 percent juices offer better nutrition than their sugar-sweetened counterparts. In fact, the percentage of juice may have little impact on the nutrition value of these drinks. Listing water and sugar in the ingredients list is not cause for concern. Some juices, like orange juice, are made from fruits naturally high in sugar and water. In this case, sugar and water are not listed separately. On the other hand, cranberries have require a palatable. Dietetic for Nutrition and and juice drinks amount of fruit sweeteners. The Nutrition no distinction occurring and because they h differences distinguish between j.'uice is naturally m processing juices, the sugars way by the body. i When choosing consumers are examining how juice contains or a calcium- Source: Juice Labels" National Center Dietetics,, , DATES TO June 14-17- Arts Contest and Extravaganza June 14-1 June 15- June 17 - Educators' meeting  June 18 June June 21 Worksho[ June 21 - Annual Meeting Ambassador June 24 - Animals" June 25 - (Day Camp) at June 28-July for Youth Extension report Carrie Olson, County Extension Educator SCHOOL'S OUT... No more teachers, no" more books...lt is summer, and with summer a child's thoughts turn from school to vacation. An unending string of relaxing days, with only fun things to do is visualized by most children. For parents, summer May mean a new set of concerns. Parents who work outside the home begin to worry about childcare and transportation of children to summer recreational activities. All parents dread the first proclamation of boredom from their school-age children. Planning and preparation can help both parents and children deal with their different summer concerns. A family meeting to discuss the summer could be held. If the family will take a summer vacation away from home, this is a time to discuss those plans and to make arrangements for travel, plant care, animal care and other concerns. The family meeting is a good place to begin outlining the parameters of the vacation, dealing with questions about whether or not friends will be invited along, how much spending money will be provided or how long the trip will take. A calendar of summer events and activities can be developed at family meetings. This helps kids prepare for fairs and lets adults know critical times for arranging transportation and supplies. A family calendar helps children learn to manage their time and to complete their household chores. For example, making the bed and straightening up the bedroom might appear every day on the calendar, with a thorough bedroom cleaning! week. Having a hem children in. t positive structure time and plan with friends. Too often time to ignore skills. Many children who reinforcement during the long some difficulty in perhaps because some needed grade teacher told forgotten how summer. He had for nearly three asked him to practice he founl it The serious for ch[ academic difficulty. This does not should regimented their summer that informal skills would eaS school in the library, reading newspapers, and help a child may need to behavior or VCR a child to paying. With some reduce some disrupt the summer months. Page 6b  INDEPENDENT