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It| .dl Wendland of Eden Prairie and Kim Wendland of Post Falls, ID visited at the Lillian Wendland home on Friday. Lillian accompanied them back to New London, to spend until Sunday, May 30th, when she returned home. Lucille Hansen of Canby and Carl Koepp of Canby were Memorial Day afternoon and evening guests of Gladys Schake. Donald Schake was also an afternoon visitor and supper guest. Weekend house guests at the Doug Mangel home were Shaunda Mangel of Manassas, VA. Darcy, Tayler, Haley and Thomas Hoag of Eden Prairie and Kyle, Jessica, Micah and Morgan Mangel of St. Cloud. This was a special time for Shaunda to get acquainted with the new babies in the family, Thomas Hoag and Micah and Morgan Mangel. Other visitors during the weekend were Woody and Carol Mangel, Herbert Thomas and Clark and Kelly Mastel and family. Shaunda flew back to her home in Manassas, Jones of Milbank, Bertha Johnson of Canby, Eldora Ochsendorf and Winifred Giese of Dawson and Bill and Minnie GleBe all met at the Swedish Inn at Dawson on Wednesday June 2nd. They treated Bill and Minnie to dinner in honor of their 62nd wedding anniversary. Douglas and Linda Gloege were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Ned Gloege home. The June CWC Prayer Coffee met at the Meranda Redepenning home Thursday morning. There were nine ladies present. Wally and Lois Larson attended the graduation open houses for Jill Kerkaert and Josh Pederson at their homes on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Larsen were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of David and Janice Dale at their cabin on Diamond Lake. Barb and Alfred Borgerson attended Mark Borgerson's graduation open house at the Gary and Donna Coon Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Anderson of Brooklyn Park attended the funeral of Walter Rasmussen at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Ortonville. Memorial Day weekend guests at the Hubert Redepenning home were the Steven Redepenning family, Larry Redepenning family of Atwater, Richard Redepenning family of Winona, the Paul Redepenning family of Farmington and Michelle Redepenning of Fargo, ND. Additional guests included Ben Syltie of Fargo and Russell Pfaff of Appleton and Joni Redepenning and two girl friends of Moorhead. Saturday forenoon, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Bjorgan of Madison were callers of Hilda Brehmer. Afternoon visitors and supper guests of Hilda were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Christensen of Hurley, SD. Cards of ted AMERICAN LEGION Kanthak-Matthies Auxiliary Post #441 officers for 1999-2000 are pic- s ..L_t to right. They include Margret Stueckrath, executive board; Sue Ohm, historian; Joyce VA on Monday evening. Borgerson home on Sunday evening, thanks Doris Nelson and Clarissa May 30th. wklll' [ officer: Eleanor Olson, oresiaent; Marion Maatz, first vice president; Arlene Karels, chap- Sorenson were among the many who The Guild of St. Peters Lutheran . ichberg, sergeant at arms: Not pictured are Betty Hanson, secretary; Dorothy Jorgenson: attended the graduation reception for Church of Bellingham met Friday CARD OF THANKS lms and-executive board; Carol Olson, sergeant at arms; loyce Letrud, sergeant at arms and Corey Sorenson on Sunday afternoon, afternoon, May 28th at the Doris Thanks to all for the food, cards, le. ', executive board. nt' le ! May 30th at the Cameron Sorenson Hansen home, of rural Louisburg with visits, gifts Thanks to Helping Hands ,.dnt'3L farm home, in honor of Corey's members, Hiida Brehmer, Arlene #6 for serving tbe lunch for the funer- "s  graduation from Lac qui Parle Valley Karels and Dorothy Weber attending, al of William Schumacher. Thankyou al Arlene was the hostess, all who helped in any way. Julie Henrich was not present at the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz 20-1 Family of Wm. Schumacher O_Si ,, P High School. Community Day Drawing on attended the memorial service for ,en zs Week from our would be a joy to see her words once incredible it seems that our present Wednesday afternoon, June 2nd when Berma Struck on Saturday morning. her name was called for $20. On Memorial weekend visitors at the Wednesday, June 9th the drawing will Melvin Maatz home were Dave and i-n] be for$40. Amy Maatz of Maple Grove and , "**** 1934. Through all the intervening Brent Lateen of Alexandria, Darrin Darer Maatz of Willmar. IN MEMORIAM // In memory of Vince Taffe, who passed away eight years ago June 19th. OLDE IRISH BLESSING May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face and rains fall soft upon your fields. And until we meet again, may God hold you in the hollow of His hand. Family of Vince Taffe 20-1  The following reading, written by Frances, is for Friday, March 19. years, which have held both joy and Larson of St. Cloud, Joleen and Lucas Nancy Olson of Red Wing spent tO add to your ,,small The year was 1934 - an almost sorrow, God's love has blessed and Larson and Ron Van Hoorn of Memorial Day weekend at home with unbelievable ago when my comforted us in this sanctuary. It truly Milbank and Lyle Sorenson of her parents, Vernon and Carol Olson. ' This one starts in 65 years - v tt o Minneapolis, to sister and I entered the sanctuary of has been a sanctuary through all the Alexandria all spent the Memorial Thursday evening, May 27th, Ione [.t. LUcie, FL and back Westminster Presbyterian Church for vicissitudes of our lives, weekend with Wally and Lois Larson. Brehmer of rural Revillo, SD Connie l' Our son, the Rev. the first time. There were times in the earlier Alfred and Barbara Borgerson were Rufer of Strandburg, SD, Mr. and hy, who is in the I remember it was a lovely spring years when circumstances took me to Wednesday afternoon luncheon guests Mrs. Steve Brehmer and family of Jg at Duke Universit , ve lJl 0 see y Sunday evening following a visit to other places to live but ultimately I at the Ramona Tilbury home. Strandburg, SD were visitors of Hilda ;1. a familiar name the YWCA, shortly after we came to returned to this sanctuary and when I Lois Larson attended the baby Brehmer. " ,ten Readins sent from Aberdeen, SD. As did I knew that I was "home." din.n., g Minneapolis shower for Micah and Morgan Mangel Alfred and Barb Borgerson tion'")unster Presbyterian we walked out to Nicollet Avenue, we Especially remembered are the on Saturday morning at St. Pauls attended the funeral of Mrs. Bernice a__lis. The booklet noticed that a service was about to eloquent sermons preached by Dr. Church. Tanner on Monday, May 24th at the (readings written by begin at the beautiful Church across Arnold Lowe, who filled this Robert and Suzanne Becklin of Emmanuel Funeral Home in Milbank, t so"--" the way. Thankfully in those days, sanctuary to overflowing Sunday after Eagan spent Friday to Sunday with burial in the Ortonville of O,e of the readings Westminster held Sunday evening Sunday, year after year. morning at the Lloyd Larsen home. Cemetery. a FIe aa Frances Stebbins, services; otherwise we may never Unforgettable,too, are the glorious Alfred and Barbara Borgerson were Mr. and Mrs. Ned Gloege were f the Independent. have discovered Westminster. Easter and Christmas Eve services Sunday, May 30th dinner guests at the dinner guests at the Rodney Bakker b nVille in about the Once we stepped inside the we've attended through theyears. Byron Overbys atWilmot, SD. home in Granite Falls on Saturday, Lddet ,_acareer which took impressive sanctuary, listened to lave Our sanctuary was beautiful in The Ruth Circle of St. Pauls May 29th. Diane Bakker accompanied d tl Ilis to California to music by the choir and heard a 1934. It is even more beautiful today. Lutheran Church met Thursday them to the Steven Kemp home in eel--' , she retired in soulsearching sermon by that gentle Inspired by its beauty, people from all afternoon, June 3rd at the home of Glencoe for the afternoon and the sl _ and gifted man of God, Dr. William H. walks of life will continue to come Vicki Larsen with members Carol birthday party for Steven and Stephen witbUrprise when I Boddy, we agreed this was to be "our here to worship and experience God's Vlangel, Margaret Klefsaas, Carol Kemp. a.ql', . et from our sent church Surely God led us to this undying love And as the years Olson, Clarissa Sorenson, Sandra Lyle and Karen Schake visited " beautifully as she sanctuary that springtime evening, unfold, untold others will seek and Hanson and Norma Larson attending. Wednesday evening at the Earl and 'in  at the Independent, So, from that time on, Westminster find Jesus Christ and His salvation The Bible Study, "Secure in the Margaret Schake home. ' !t 'mtoprint her essay it has been our church home. How within this blessed sanctuary. Promise--s-, Session 6-- Proclaim the Monday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. f,..,..   Promise was led by Margaret Boldenow of Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. r Klefsaas. The business meeting Mike Kraemer of Stillwater, Mr. and .xlJ followed and was conducted by Mrs. Dean Wagner of Blaine, Roger President Carol Olson. Vicki Larsen Boldenow of Columbia Heights, ;r fL_ was the hostess and served lunch. Donna Boldenow of Brooklyn Center, Mel and Shirley Keszler, Martha Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Boldenow of VTfSt" ClUd'c and Dma Heinrich. Tlaose attendingAdelman of Con coran, Tanya OR TNE "_,.''r"eamInosC'III'IST'T'WID" collector ca s Lower payments & interest. 00INDEPENDEN " .... I C lT..,lS' SJ=,,J. L),. Free debt consolidation. Non-profit (mem- ber NFCC). 8771936-2222 toll-free. Gi00rs ............... '. demonstrators & BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES $OVERDUE BILLSSII{  ,gifts, toys, Chdst- Credit problems? Consolidate debts! 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Weekend house guests at the Doug Mangel home were Shaunda Mangel of Manassas, VA. Darcy, Tayler, Haley and Thomas Hoag of Eden Prairie and Kyle, Jessica, Micah and Morgan Mangel of St. Cloud. This was a special time for Shaunda to get acquainted with the new babies in the family, Thomas Hoag and Micah and Morgan Mangel. Other visitors during the weekend were Woody and Carol Mangel, Herbert Thomas and Clark and Kelly Mastel and family. Shaunda flew back to her home in Manassas, Jones of Milbank, Bertha Johnson of Canby, Eldora Ochsendorf and Winifred Giese of Dawson and Bill and Minnie GleBe all met at the Swedish Inn at Dawson on Wednesday June 2nd. They treated Bill and Minnie to dinner in honor of their 62nd wedding anniversary. Douglas and Linda Gloege were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Ned Gloege home. The June CWC Prayer Coffee met at the Meranda Redepenning home Thursday morning. There were nine ladies present. Wally and Lois Larson attended the graduation open houses for Jill Kerkaert and Josh Pederson at their homes on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Larsen were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of David and Janice Dale at their cabin on Diamond Lake. Barb and Alfred Borgerson attended Mark Borgerson's graduation open house at the Gary and Donna Coon Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Anderson of Brooklyn Park attended the funeral of Walter Rasmussen at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Ortonville. Memorial Day weekend guests at the Hubert Redepenning home were the Steven Redepenning family, Larry Redepenning family of Atwater, Richard Redepenning family of Winona, the Paul Redepenning family of Farmington and Michelle Redepenning of Fargo, ND. Additional guests included Ben Syltie of Fargo and Russell Pfaff of Appleton and Joni Redepenning and two girl friends of Moorhead. Saturday forenoon, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Bjorgan of Madison were callers of Hilda Brehmer. Afternoon visitors and supper guests of Hilda were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Christensen of Hurley, SD. Cards of ted AMERICAN LEGION Kanthak-Matthies Auxiliary Post #441 officers for 1999-2000 are pic- s ..L_t to right. They include Margret Stueckrath, executive board; Sue Ohm, historian; Joyce VA on Monday evening. Borgerson home on Sunday evening, thanks Doris Nelson and Clarissa May 30th. wklll' [ officer: Eleanor Olson, oresiaent; Marion Maatz, first vice president; Arlene Karels, chap- Sorenson were among the many who The Guild of St. Peters Lutheran . ichberg, sergeant at arms: Not pictured are Betty Hanson, secretary; Dorothy Jorgenson: attended the graduation reception for Church of Bellingham met Friday CARD OF THANKS lms and-executive board; Carol Olson, sergeant at arms; loyce Letrud, sergeant at arms and Corey Sorenson on Sunday afternoon, afternoon, May 28th at the Doris Thanks to all for the food, cards, le. ', executive board. nt' le ! May 30th at the Cameron Sorenson Hansen home, of rural Louisburg with visits, gifts Thanks to Helping Hands ,.dnt'3L farm home, in honor of Corey's members, Hiida Brehmer, Arlene #6 for serving tbe lunch for the funer- "s  graduation from Lac qui Parle Valley Karels and Dorothy Weber attending, al of William Schumacher. Thankyou al Arlene was the hostess, all who helped in any way. Julie Henrich was not present at the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz 20-1 Family of Wm. Schumacher O_Si ,, P High School. Community Day Drawing on attended the memorial service for ,en zs Week from our would be a joy to see her words once incredible it seems that our present Wednesday afternoon, June 2nd when Berma Struck on Saturday morning. her name was called for $20. On Memorial weekend visitors at the Wednesday, June 9th the drawing will Melvin Maatz home were Dave and i-n] be for$40. Amy Maatz of Maple Grove and , "**** 1934. Through all the intervening Brent Lateen of Alexandria, Darrin Darer Maatz of Willmar. IN MEMORIAM // In memory of Vince Taffe, who passed away eight years ago June 19th. OLDE IRISH BLESSING May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face and rains fall soft upon your fields. And until we meet again, may God hold you in the hollow of His hand. Family of Vince Taffe 20-1  The following reading, written by Frances, is for Friday, March 19. years, which have held both joy and Larson of St. Cloud, Joleen and Lucas Nancy Olson of Red Wing spent tO add to your ,,small The year was 1934 - an almost sorrow, God's love has blessed and Larson and Ron Van Hoorn of Memorial Day weekend at home with unbelievable ago when my comforted us in this sanctuary. It truly Milbank and Lyle Sorenson of her parents, Vernon and Carol Olson. ' This one starts in 65 years - v tt o Minneapolis, to sister and I entered the sanctuary of has been a sanctuary through all the Alexandria all spent the Memorial Thursday evening, May 27th, Ione [.t. LUcie, FL and back Westminster Presbyterian Church for vicissitudes of our lives, weekend with Wally and Lois Larson. Brehmer of rural Revillo, SD Connie l' Our son, the Rev. the first time. There were times in the earlier Alfred and Barbara Borgerson were Rufer of Strandburg, SD, Mr. and hy, who is in the I remember it was a lovely spring years when circumstances took me to Wednesday afternoon luncheon guests Mrs. Steve Brehmer and family of Jg at Duke Universit , ve lJl 0 see y Sunday evening following a visit to other places to live but ultimately I at the Ramona Tilbury home. Strandburg, SD were visitors of Hilda ;1. a familiar name the YWCA, shortly after we came to returned to this sanctuary and when I Lois Larson attended the baby Brehmer. " ,ten Readins sent from Aberdeen, SD. As did I knew that I was "home." din.n., g Minneapolis shower for Micah and Morgan Mangel Alfred and Barb Borgerson tion'")unster Presbyterian we walked out to Nicollet Avenue, we Especially remembered are the on Saturday morning at St. Pauls attended the funeral of Mrs. Bernice a__lis. The booklet noticed that a service was about to eloquent sermons preached by Dr. Church. Tanner on Monday, May 24th at the (readings written by begin at the beautiful Church across Arnold Lowe, who filled this Robert and Suzanne Becklin of Emmanuel Funeral Home in Milbank, t so"--" the way. Thankfully in those days, sanctuary to overflowing Sunday after Eagan spent Friday to Sunday with burial in the Ortonville of O,e of the readings Westminster held Sunday evening Sunday, year after year. morning at the Lloyd Larsen home. Cemetery. a FIe aa Frances Stebbins, services; otherwise we may never Unforgettable,too, are the glorious Alfred and Barbara Borgerson were Mr. and Mrs. Ned Gloege were f the Independent. have discovered Westminster. Easter and Christmas Eve services Sunday, May 30th dinner guests at the dinner guests at the Rodney Bakker b nVille in about the Once we stepped inside the we've attended through theyears. Byron Overbys atWilmot, SD. home in Granite Falls on Saturday, Lddet ,_acareer which took impressive sanctuary, listened to lave Our sanctuary was beautiful in The Ruth Circle of St. Pauls May 29th. Diane Bakker accompanied d tl Ilis to California to music by the choir and heard a 1934. It is even more beautiful today. Lutheran Church met Thursday them to the Steven Kemp home in eel--' , she retired in soulsearching sermon by that gentle Inspired by its beauty, people from all afternoon, June 3rd at the home of Glencoe for the afternoon and the sl _ and gifted man of God, Dr. William H. walks of life will continue to come Vicki Larsen with members Carol birthday party for Steven and Stephen witbUrprise when I Boddy, we agreed this was to be "our here to worship and experience God's Vlangel, Margaret Klefsaas, Carol Kemp. a.ql', . et from our sent church Surely God led us to this undying love And as the years Olson, Clarissa Sorenson, Sandra Lyle and Karen Schake visited " beautifully as she sanctuary that springtime evening, unfold, untold others will seek and Hanson and Norma Larson attending. Wednesday evening at the Earl and 'in  at the Independent, So, from that time on, Westminster find Jesus Christ and His salvation The Bible Study, "Secure in the Margaret Schake home. ' !t 'mtoprint her essay it has been our church home. How within this blessed sanctuary. Promise--s-, Session 6-- Proclaim the Monday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. f,..,..   Promise was led by Margaret Boldenow of Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. r Klefsaas. The business meeting Mike Kraemer of Stillwater, Mr. and .xlJ followed and was conducted by Mrs. Dean Wagner of Blaine, Roger President Carol Olson. Vicki Larsen Boldenow of Columbia Heights, ;r fL_ was the hostess and served lunch. Donna Boldenow of Brooklyn Center, Mel and Shirley Keszler, Martha Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Boldenow of VTfSt" ClUd'c and Dma Heinrich. Tlaose attendingAdelman of Con coran, Tanya OR TNE "_,.''r"eamInosC'III'IST'T'WID" collector ca s Lower payments & interest. 00INDEPENDEN " .... I C lT..,lS' SJ=,,J. L),. Free debt consolidation. Non-profit (mem- ber NFCC). 8771936-2222 toll-free. Gi00rs ............... '. demonstrators & BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES $OVERDUE BILLSSII{  ,gifts, toys, Chdst- Credit problems? Consolidate debts! Same :illS;: w' nv'''nltin'IE:9.00a. Free $20-$40 PER HOUR ti!,/48.4875. Easy dental billing. Fulltminlng. Computer day approval. Cut monthly payments to required. 800/223-1149, ext. 425. 50%. Become debt free. No application rIERSHEY BIJ'IE'SS"()PPORTUNITY faeSlpay.bills.com.800/863-9006, ext. 878. www.hsip- nol'',route. Will sell by 6/ GREATEST . .............. pp.um investment. In Amedcs, get big fat weekly paychecks NOW IS THE TIME . Lease available startinglmmediately. Workfrom anywhere. To refinance... Lower your monthly pay- 1 -,'?.-7444. Full company training, team eupport. Free monte. Pay off high rate credit cards. Get [II,,,'I 25-40% 2 minute recordi..r...)-2904. 00lO_,s -n s casual wear .g enthusiasUc :re r opportunity. ''4-9734 or 612/939- _ "ikORKERS . Must be H.S. provlcle training, 1i " paid rek)oaUon. IXX)/247-0507. edllj cash for any reason. Call toll free 888/460- 6846. Mortgage Plus Equity & Loan Corp. OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL Licensed Mortgage Bank, Mmnesote Bank- Shoe, Westemwear, lingede, bridal, gift or ing Department. enthusiastic $I store. Includes inventory, fixtures, buy- "NEE[)"C;'S'I:I?" Ing tdp, tralnlng. Minimum investment Are you receiving payments on property 327-8031.$18'900" Call Uberty Opportunities 501/ you have sold? We'll purchase your Con- tract for Deed. All or partial. Prompt clos- STEEL BUILDINGS ing. GAMC, 888/222-8188. Must be H.S. STEEL BUILDINGS "HOI'EO'WNER8" a $ Sale: 5,000+ sizes. 40x60x14, $8,644; Use equity in home. Cash fast for any (19 weeks) 1 50x75x14, $11,796; 50x100x16, $15,888; reasonl AII credit welcome. Past bankrupt- re(; ' clesok. 8001849-6343. MortgageAmedca, PRIZES SDALE, Bloomington, MN. Call for free analysis. : "--. 60x100x16, $17,745. Mini-storage AZ[,i.r bulldlnge, 40x160, 32 units, $16,914. Free brochures ................ WEEKLY ,9ht couple to work www.sentlnelbuildlngs.com. 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