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Church (continued from page one) There were also changes in the num- ber of memberships, which increased from the original 13 members in 1885 to the current membership of 122 Baptized Members and 102 (ommunicant Members. Eighteen pastors have served the congregation throughout the years. Pastor Thaine Kister is the current pastor, having been with the congre- gation since July 22, 2007. On that day, he was ordained as a LCMS Pastor, and installed as Pastor at Trinity. Pastor Robert Friedrich served the longest, at 27 years, having been there from 1975 until 2002 when he retired. Pastor Harold Senkbeil is the only son of the con- gregation, to be born and raised in the area, baptized, confirmed, married and ordained into the ministry, all at Trinity, Town Walter. Pastor Pfotenhauer, who was the first pastor, went on to become President of the Minnesota District, and then President of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. One of the biggest changes that occurred in the church was giving the women the opportunity to become voting members. In 1976, Myrtle Maatz became the first woman to become a voting member and in 1983, Clara Lotthammer became the first woman elected to the council. That was certainly a change from the early years, when women had no voice in the church, and they and the children sat on one side of the church for ser- vices, and the men sat on the other. Members of Trinity Lutheran wel- come you to be a part of their special weekend, as they celebrate their 125th Anniversary. The schedule of events include Saturday, June 26, 2010 4 - 6 p.m. - Social and Barbeque 6 p.m. - Vespers Worship - Led by Pastor Robert Friedrich, assistd by Pastor Thaine Kister Sing-along - following the Vespers Service Sunday, June 27, 2010 9:30 - 10 a.m. - Hymn Sing 10:- 11 a.m. -Divine Service - Led by Pastor Thaine Kister 11:15 a.m. - 1 p.m. L u n c h (catered turkey dinner) If you're happy and you know it... ...write a letter to the editor! 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. - Anniversary Service - Led by Pastor Harold Senkbeil, assisted by Pastor Thaine Kister. Special music, by the church choir and the children's bell choir will be included in the services. Meals for the BBQ on Saturday and the catered din- ner on Sunday have been ordered, but there may still be a few openings. If anyone is interested in attending the BBQ on Saturday evening or the catered meal on Sunday and you have not registered, please contact Pamela Wildung at 320-305-9277 by noon on Wednesday, June 23, for details. "Enter His gates with thanksgiving." Psalm 100:4. To God Be the Glory. Huebner (continued from page one) healing. As of Sunday, only family was able to visit Huebner. Cards can be sent to him at the following address: Carlos Huebner, Regions Hospital, W3 Rm. 3604, 640 Jackson Street, St. Paul, MN 55101. Carlos owns and operates Huebner Construction. He and his wife Amber have five young children. First Bank and Trust Milbank has established and is accepting deposits to a benefit account for Huebner. Contributions can be made payable to the Carlos Huebner Benefit Account, c/o First Bank and Trust, 215 4th Avenue W., Milbank, SD 57252. A bake sale will be held at the Milbank Mall this Saturday, June 26 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. with proceeds to help the family. A bake sale is being planned to be held at a later date in Big Stone City. Friends are also plan- ning a benefit dinner and auction to be held later this summer. Open house bridal shower to be held for Jada Letrud There will be an open house bridal shower held in honor of Jada Letrud bride-to-be of Joke Eichhorn on June 26, 2010 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. It will be at Tom and Gloria Letrud's farm of rural Louisburg. The couple is registered at Target and Herbergers. All family and friends are welcome. (ADV) Open house baby shower to be held for Anderson's An open house baby shower for Gabriella Jayne Anderson daughter of Dean and Julie Anderson will be held on Saturday, June 26 from 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon at the Phyllis Anderson home at 48208 Grapevine Lane, Big Stone City, SD 57216. (ADV) Open house bridal shower to be held for Dierks-Shippy An open house bridal shower in honor of Amanda Dierks, bride-to-be of Aaron Shippy will be held Saturday, June 26 from 2-4 p.m. at Elim Lutheran Church in Clinton. All are' welcome to attend. Recipe cards are preferred. Amanda and Aaron are registered at Herbergers, Home Depot and Target. (ADV) Engaged MCCL thoughts for life By Carol Karels A result of abortion is itrStopS a Greg and,SandyScheffofWaconia life: from-developing, infections may are pleased to announce the engage- occur, emotional problems may come up and it costs the taxpayers a lot of money. God created man in His own image. At conception we all are the image of God. There are eternal consequences for those that truly know this and do not heed this simple fact. Sex selection abortion is normal in some countries, Zogby poll says 86 percent of Americans want a ban on this and it has been done in IL, PA and OK. We must support MCCL in backing of this .ban. ment "0f their daughter, Amanda Scheff to Matt Neubauer. Amanda is the granddaughter of Jim and Doris Scheff and Wendell and Elaine Hanson, both of Ortonville. Amanda and Matt are both gradu- ates of Waconia High School. Amanda completed her bachelor's degree at MN State University, Mankato and is currently working as a chiropractic assistant. Matt is currently studying chiro- practic at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington. The wedding will take place Aug. 29 in Roseville. Retirement party set for Rev. Conrad A farewell party and potluck din- ner will be held in honor of Pastor Beth Conrad to celebrate her retire- ment. The party will be held Sunday, June 27 at Tabor United Methodist Church in Big Stone City, SD. The public is invited to join in the worship service that morning begin- ning at 10:30 a.m. and share in fel- lowship and visit with Rev. Conrad at the farewell party potluck beginning at 12 noon in the church basement. Rev. Conrad has served as pastor of Tabor United Methodist Church and Parkview United Methodist Church in Milbank, SD since 2005. She plans to live in Milbank and looks forward to spending more time with her family. (ADVx2) Stielow family reunion set June 26 Join us for the John and May Stielow family (and friends) reunion on Saturday, June 26, at the Clinton Memorial Building. Potluck is at 12 noon. Bring a dish to pass; beverages provided. Hosts are the Vivian Arndt family. For more information call Carole Arndt at 651-639-1008. (ADV) Card shower set for McDaniel's 25th Wish Bonnie (Swezey) and Earl a happy 25th anniversary on June 28, 2010 with a card shower. Please send cards to Earl and Bonnie McDaniel, 520 NE 7th St., Madison, SD 57042. CURTIS ALAN HED pre- sented his Magical Show at the Ortonville Public Library on Wednesday, June 16. Approximately 80 people attended the program. 55th wedding anniversary to be held for Scheff's An open house celebration in honor of Robert and Grace Scheff's 55th wedding anniversary will be held on Sunday, June 27 from 2-4 p.m. at the Emanuel Lutheran Church in Milbank, SD. No gifts please. (ADV) Area news digest " SWIFT COUNTY- Swift County commissioners voted to adjourn their May 20 meeting, resulting in the end of the county's sentence to serve program. Commissioners adjourned on a three to two motion, a move they knew would end their involvement with the STS program through the Minnesota Department of Corrections. Swift CoUnty faced a 25 percent increase in the cost of the STS program after the state reduced its funding from 50 percent down to 25 percent. Swift County is looking at alternatives for their STS program, including 6W Corrections. CANBY- City council awarded a $8,123,888 bid to Kuechle Underground of Kimball for Canby's infrastructure project. The eight million dollar bid was the lowest, with bids as high as $11 million. MORRIS-In New Orleans May 26, a former university of Minnesota, Morris graduate pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges of entering federal property under false pretenses. Basel, 24, was one of four conservative activists accused of trying to tamper with the phones in U.S. Senator (La.) Mary Landrieu's office. The activists claim to be investigating a claim that callers criticizing the Democrats support of the health care reform bill could not get through Landrieu's office phones. One of the activists, James O'Keefe, is well known for dressing as a pimp while doing an undercover investigation of the group ACORN. Basel received two years probation, 75 hours of community service and $1,500 in fines. FAIRFAX-The Fairfax City Council awarded the Medal of Valor to Officer Scott Froelich, and Chief Deputy Doug Pomplun for their swift and efficient efforts to rescue the victim of an abduction and apprehended the suspect later in the same day. During the event that took place in early May, immediately after the incident was reported the officers worked together to secure the schools and assemble the support needed from surrounding departments. The quick and decisive action of the two officers led to the same day rescue of the victim and apprehension of a suspect, who is currently incarcerated in Renville County awaiting trial. Each officer was presented a medal, a ribbon for their uniform, and a citation concerning the actions taken. I l)rtonville News By Gall Maxwell 839-2207 Donna Lieferman drove to Little McDonald Lake to visit daughter Heather and son-in-law Jeff and grandchildren Jack and Elsa for the June 11 weekend. Saturday happened to be the all Little McDonald garage sale day; so they attended. The sale is held every two years. Shirley Heffernan and son Skip have Shirley's nephew Clifford Stenzel of Cleveland, OH visiting them for two or three weeks. Clifford is here to also fish. Jeanne Berg and Murie! Sherman attended Christian Women's Club on Tuesday morning, June 15. The special feature was Steve Berkner who spoke about the preservation of the Big Stone Lake area. The music was provided by Mary Ross, Mary's sister Sue Forseth, and Sue's daughter Lynnea Forseth. It was a instrumental with two violins and an oboe. The inspirational speaker was Lisa Fernelus of New Hope. It was a good inspirational morning. On Thursday, June 10 Jeanette Bohlman had supper guests. They were Paul and LaVonne Schuelke and Norbert Karels. They played whist afterwards. On Saturday, June 12 Inga Koeckeritz attended the wedding of her grandson David Steen and Christina Middleswart. The wedding was held on the 34th floor of the Ruan Center in Des Moines, IA. The reception was held there at the hotel. The reception took place in the evening and the view was just beautiful of the city of Des Moines. Kathy Morgan of Battle Lake came for the day on Tuesday, June 15 to visit her mother Fran Sester of Northridge. Jane and Oscar Streed were pleased and thoroughly enjoyed a surprise visit from Isabel Kraemer. They had dinner together and came back to the Streeds who are now in Fairway View to enjoy old times and reminisce back to 1955 when they first met. Urban and Ludie Stolpman enjoyed a long telephone conversation from their niece Betty Adelman of Rapid City, SD. They were brought up to date on a lot of things concerning family. It was a good family visit. The children of Teresa and Ludvik Kvidera met in Rapid City for a family reunion. All eight siblings were there. They met June 11, 12, and 13 at the home of Rita and Norris Sabe. Fran (Cookie), Jerri, Phyllis, Mary, Vin, Rich, Rita, and Pat all enjoyed each other's company. Some cousins from Iowa joined them. Phyllis Schluter attended Christian Women's Club on Tuesday morning, June 15 at Zion Lutheran Church. Phyllis enjoyed the inspirational speaker very much. Marlyn and Reva Schumacher's granddaughter Danae Schumacher of Watertown visited Marlyn and Reva from Saturday night, June 12 until Wednesday, June 16. Sunday, June 6 through Wednesday, June 9 Marlyn and Reva Schumacher visited John and Anna Nielsen and family of Hermantown. Debbie and Terry Brunder of Deer River, and Kathy Athey of Hutchinson visited Lucille Thompson. Debbie and Kathy attended the. 125th anniversary of Eidskog Lutheran Church. Helen Danielson Breden and Glen and Pat Danielson attended the 125th anniversary of Eidskog Lutheran Church. They enjoyed the program and dinner on Sunday, June 13. Del Rose Karels and Dorothy Gmiterko attended the seniors' potluck in Rosen, on Tuesday, June 15. An enjoyable meal was had and a pleasant afternoon of bingo and cards followed. Dorothy Gmiterko and Selma Felton visited Adelaide Kirchberg in Rosen on Monday, June 14. They helped celebrate Adelaide's birthday with an afternoon of cards and lunch. Jim and Yvonne Olson of Langfort, SD and Tom Howell of Columbia, SD stopped in late in the afternoon on Monday, June 14 to visit Johnny and Arlene Larson. Phyllis Schluter visited Johnny and Arlene Larson on Tuesday, June 15. Don and Zelda Kohl and Donnette Herberg and Birkley visited Palma Gutzman. Donnette brought in a pizza which they all enjoyed on Friday night, June 11. St. John's youth group has a new director Krista Hartman. Over the June 11 weekend she took the youth group on a retreat to Duluth and the North Shore. The kids had a great time and are looking forward to more events in the future. Matt Lamb's parents from Canada came Tuesday, June 15 to visit Matt and Laura and the two girls until Thursday, June 17. The weekend of June 11 Laura Lamb and the girls went to New York Mills for a girls' weekend. High bridge players at the Ortonville Community Center Friday afternoon, June 11 were Clara Zeek and Hugo Rademacher. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. 1 d's reworks0000l FR E E it.....,....,,.I.A..,, w,, $2o wc,aso " :o [1111 ii)l00lqkl(;ll when you mention this ad! 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