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I I I I I Illlll Illlll Illll KINGDOM HALL JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Ortonville Sun: 10 a.m. Public Meeting; 10:35 a.m. Watchtower Study. Thurs: 7:30 p.m. Bible Study; 8 p.m. School and Service Meeting. ***** ARTICHOKE LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH Artichoke (13 miles N. of Correll) Pastor Brian Pearson Sun: 10 a.m. Services. ***** BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Alban Township (6 miles east, 1-1/2 miles south of Milbank, SD) (LCMS) Pastor Kim Kanitz, 605-623-4281 Sunday: 8:15 a.m. Services; 9:15 a.m. Sunday School. ST. CHARLES CATHOLIC Big Stone City, SD Fr Daniel Wolfgram Rectory: 605/862-8485 Office: 605/862-8319 or C# 605-237-4701 Sun: 9 a.m. Mass. LIVING HOPE FELLOWSHIP ASSEMBLY OF GOD 510 Burdick Ave. Ortonviile, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-3021 Pastor David Homrighausen Sun:9:00 a.m. Sunday School; 10:00 a.m. Sunday Worship; 10:30 a.m. Children's Church; 7 p.m. Sunday Night Bible Study. Second Tuesday: 7 p.m. Women's Meet. Second & Fourth Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Kids & Youth meet. Third Wednesday: 7 p.m. Men meet. ARTICHOKE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Directions: From Hwy. 12/75 junc- tion, approx. 12 miles east to Co. Rd. 25, turn left (north) about 12 miles, church sign on left. Pastor Michael Jones 507-562-0330 Sat: 9:30 a.m. Bible Study; 11 a.m. Church Service. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 716 SW 5th St. Willmar, MN (320) 235-2442 President Elder Grant McKinney Sunday: 10:30 a.m. Sacrament Service; 11:30 a.m. Classes. Visitors Center open Sunday-Fri- day, 7 to 9 p.m. CHRIST EPISCOPAL Milbank, SD First and Third Sunday of Month Holy Eucharist. All other Sundays morning prayer. 9 a.m. - All Services CORRELL UNITED METHODIST Rev. Darrell Boe, Pastor Sun: 8:05 a.m. Church Service. ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN Bellingham Pastor Thaine Kister Sun., June 27: All Services at Trin- ity. TRINITY LUTHERAN Walter Twp., Bellingham Rev. Thaine Kister Sat., June 26:6 p.m. Vespers. Sun., June 27:10 a.m. Divine Serv- ice with St. Peter's; 1:30 p.m. Vespers. PEACE EV. LUTHERAN WELS 1501 Aspen Drive Milbank, SD Jason Schulz, Pastor Sun: 8:30 a.m. Worship. a.m. Zion Worship. ST. JOHN'S, ST. JOSEPH'S & ST. JAMES' Ortonville, Rosen, Nassau Father Robert Goblirsch ST. JOHN'S - ORTONVILLE Wed., June 23:9:30 a.m. Mass Northridge Fri., June 25:8 a.m. Mass. Sat., June 26:5 p.m. Mass. Sun., June 27:10:30 a.m. Mass. ST. JOSEPH'S - ROSEN Tues., June 22:8 a.m. Rosary; 8:30 a.m. Mass. Thurs., June 24:8 a.m. Rosary; 8:30 a.m. Mass. Sun., June 27:8:30 a.m. Mass. ST. JAMES' - NASSAU Thurs., June 24:7:30 p.m. Eu- charistic Adoration. Sat., June 26:8 p.m. Mass. CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Ortonville Karen Evenson, Pastor Sun., June 27:10:45 a.m. Worship led by Lynn Thomas. TRINITY LUTHERAN Ortonville Pastor Raymond Smith I II ,points the way RICHER, pULLER LIVING I I I I l II lllllllllll Ill l Ill lllllllllll 4 These Weekly Church Notices Courtesy of the Following Firms... Steven G. Winther, DDS FAMILY DENTISTRY Ortonville, MN 320.839.2596 PRO AUTO Quality Used Autos  Complete Auto Body Ortonville, MN 320.839.2911 Gracevllle Health Center Professional Heatthcare for Your Entire Family 888-748-3981 Bellingham Farmers Mutual Telephone Co. 320-568-2105 Carlson Drug Your Locally Owned & Operated Ortonville, MN lNit Two Pharmacists 320-839-6102 =' -lIIU To Serve You! The Ortonville Independent PRINTING - NEWS ~ ADVERTISING CLINTON CO-OP FARMERS ELEVATOR ASSOCIATION Ron Schlimme, Manager. CLINTON, MN PHONE 325-5404 Clinton State Bank Tues., June 22:2 p.m. Anna Circle; 8 p.m. Service Broadcast ch. 3. Wed., June 23:1:30 p.m. Bible Class. Sat., June 26:8 a.m. Men's Bible Study; LYF Church Work Day. Sun., June 27:9 a.m. Communion Service; 10:15 a.m. Bible Class; 11 a.m. Radio Broadcast. Man., June 28: Pastors' Study Group; 9 a.m. Quilting. TRINITY LUTHERAN Odessa Rev. Benjamin Pollack Tues., June 22:10:30 a.m. Appleton Nursing Home Communion. Wed., June 23:9 a.m. Ladies Bible Study. 'Sun., June 27: 8:15 a.m. Worship. NEW LIFE COMMUNITY BAPTIST OrtonviUe Rev. Phillip Ostlund Thurs., June 24:9 a.m. Ladies Bible Study. Fri., June 25:12 noon Men of In- tegrity (Pizza Ranch) Sun., June 27:9:15 a.m. Learning for Life; 10:30 a.m. Worship Service; 7 p.m. Youth Group. FIRST ENGLISH LUTHERAN Ortonville Rev. Marlene Elmstrom Tues., June 22:7 a.m. Squares; 8:30 a.m. Day of Love. Wed., June 23:9:30 a.m. TV Broad- cast; 5:30 p.m. TV Broadcast. Thurs., June 24:7 a.m. Prayer 4-20; 10:30 a.m. Northridge. Fri., June 25: Radermacher/Amund- son Wedding Rehearsal. Sat., June 26: Tanner Raderma- cher/Michelle Amundson Wedding. Sun., June 27:9 a.m. Worship- KDIO Broadcast; Installation New Board Members. Tues., June 29:7 a.m. Squares; 8:30 a.m. Day of Love. TRINITY LUTHERAN, ELCA Minister Bey McNeill Clinton Wed., June 23:9 a.m. Quilting; 7:30 p.m. Priscilla Circle. Sun., June 27:8:45 a.m. Commun- ion Worship/Coffee Hour. Wed:, June 30:9 a.m. Quilting. HOLDEN LUTHERAN, ELCA Minister Bey McNeill Beardsley Sat., June 25:11 a.m. Burial of Sharon Pansch. Sun., June 27:10:30 a.m. Worship. TABOR UNITED METHODIST Big Stone City, SD Beth Conrad, Pastor Wed., June 23:6:30 p.m. Worship Committee. Sun., June 27:9:30 a.m. Coffee Fel- lowship; 10:30 a.m. Worship; Potluck following Worship service. Mon., June 28:9:30 a.m. Sewing Group. ZION UNITED METHODIST Bellingham Pastor Barb McKewin Tues., June 22:5:30 p.m. UMW; 7 p.m. Ad Council. Wed., June 23:9 a.m. Bible Study. Sun., June 27:9:30 a.m. Worship. Mon., June 28:9 a.m. Prayer Shawl; 7 p.m. Bible Study. :g :g * 8 :g FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Pastor Darrell Boe 803 Roy Street, Ortonville, MN 56278 Sun., June 27:9:30 a.m. Worship. ABIDING FAITH FREE LUTHERAN Ortonville Rev. Richard Larson, Pastor June 20-26: Sr. High Camp at Pick- eral Lake. Thurs., June 24:2 p.m. Sew & So; 7 p.m. Prayer Team. Sat., June 26: Huizenga/Crane Wed- ding. Sun., June 27:9 a.m. Worship. whh he cannot lose." [ -Jim Elliot I Mobile meals June 21-25: Ken and Aletta Si- monitch, Eddie Baumgertner June 28-July 2: Rita Raffety, Roger and Ann Lundberg. It'$ you r bread & butter, PRO IMAGE PARTNERS Pufh'ng Your Image First 47 NW 2nd St., Suite #3 Ortonvilte, MN 56278 Phone:320-839-2542 Fax:320-839-2543 info@ProlrnagePartners.corn ww w. ProlrnagePartners. corn Help Clean Up Big Stone Lake > Birthdays As taken from the Big Stone Amer- ican Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calen- dar. Tuesday, June 22 Susie Ellingson, Jonathan Schol- berg, Stephanie Kenyon Johnson, Jim McLaughlin. Wednesday, June 23 Larry Jones, John Karn, Florence Mack Westphal, Bradley David Knoll, Donald Tillman, Albert Lotthammer, Bob Hinders, Emily Ann Coady, Shari Voeltz Hansen, Rick Hansen, Tom Croatt, Annie Haukos. Thursday, June 24 Tim Kottke, Alice Ellingson, Vi- vian Janssen, Avanell Jacobson, Vince Stegner, Rebecca LaVoi, Isaac Nelson, David Hansen, Brenda Block, Ava Lovgren, Lydia Redepenning, Fawna Berger. Friday, June 25 Rusty Dimberg, Rick Barrett, Lori Nelson, Jenna Lynn Fox, Franky Koval, Devin Johnson. Saturday, June 26 Patricia Rothi Anderson, Rick Roeder, Joey Ross, Gayle Hedge, Deanna Kuefler Larsen, Elizabeth Jo Lindholm, Gary Larson, Matthew Wellendorf, Levi Gabrielson, Chelsea Sterling, Jasmine Berger. Sunday, June 27 Dan Jurgens, Gary Stevenson, Lonie Rausch, Shirley Skoog, Nicholas Sager, Nathan James Croatt, Jenn Danielson, Muriel Van Eschen, Cathy Teske. Monday, June 28 Jordan Tiegs, Bill Schellberg, Shelby Thielke, Patrick Athey. Tuesday, June 29 Lori Jo Neises, David Scholberg, Sandra Johnson, Russ Athey, Darin Veen, Jesse Cameron. j ..... 00e00ve, v I hyp  (ADV) Prairie Five menu The Prairie Five Senior Nutrition Program serves noon meals weekdays at the Ortonville Community Center and Ortonville Lakeside Apartments. The suggested donation for the meal is $3.50. To reserve a meal at the Ortonville Community Center mealsite call 839- 3555. One day advance meal registra- tion is requested or by 8 a.m. the day you want to eat. To reserve a meal at the Ortonville Lakeside Apartment mealsite call 839- 3304. One day advance meal registra- tion is requested by 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 22 Turkey/Dressing, Mashed Pota-. toes/Gravy, Carrots, Cranberries, Pumpkin Custard/Top, Raisin Bread. Wednesday, June 23 BBQ Ribs, Augratin Potatoes, Wax Beans, Pudding/Topping, Assorted Bread. Thursday, June 24 "Cook's Choice", Hotdish, Lettuce Salad, Fruit Pie, W W Dinner Roll. Friday, June 25 Roast Beef Commercial, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Coleslaw, Bread Pud- ding, Whole Wheat Bread. Monday, June 28 Baked Fish, Hashbrown Bake, Corn, Lemon Pudding/Topping, Seven Grain Bread. Tuesday, June 29 Beef Stroganoff, Noodles, Mixed Vegetables, Fruit Sauce, Whole Wheat Bread. This program is administered by Prairie Five CAC, Inc. and made pos- sible in part under the Federal Older Americans Act through an award from the Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging, Inc. " po de T[i_es ................ ' ngs00 " I" e i Ill in flour Heart (] When you think about your father, what strikes you the most? What is his most notable quality? If he is no longer living in this world, what do you miss the most? My father died 12 years ago. I do miss him. It is true that we don't appreciate what we have until it is gone. My father and I loved each other and we each knew it. Yet, the things I miss the most about him are the things I hardly recognized while he was living. My dad was born in 1911. He didn't remember much of his father, who left when he was young. Dad's morn died when he was 11, so he lived with his grandmother for a year. After she died, he was on his own. If my dad was tough and didn't put up with nonsense, it was because he had to grow up fast and hard. He didn't get to play or go to school be- yond sixth grade. But dad didn't always display that tough, hard exterior. When my niece Jennifer died, he cried. Whenever he would talk about her, which was a lot, he cried. He knew my sister's pain, because my dad's first girl died too. Dad was always telling a story. His stories were about people getting through hard times, people that helped him out when he was young, and people he worked with or shared life with. He spoke with color and joy. You could smell and see what he was talking about. Some of the color that laced his stories was language. He learned Norwegian from his grandma. Swedish was spoken at his mom's and at church. (He never really spoke English like everyone else's dad.) These two languages were sprinkled into every story and situation growing up. I thought it was so annoying. It's too bad I didn't learn some of it. Dad was a Lutheran, a lifelong member of his church, but'he wasn't as religious as I am. Because of what someone did to him, he didn't at- tend the last few years of his life. I would go with my mom when I vis- ited and I would invite dad to come with us. It concerned me that he didn't worship at church. One day, he let me have it: "I pray every night before I go to bed. I've done that all my life even when I was young and didn't have a place to live. I learned who the Lord was through life, not out of a book. You can think I am going to hell if you want to, but if you think God works that way, you're the one going to hell." Dad put me in my place. I shut up. Later, I ran across these gems: St. Augustine said, "God has many that the Church doesn't have, and the Church has many that God doesn't have." And St. John of the Cross: "In the end, we shall be judged on love?' Thanks, dad. I love my dad. I am sorry for all the things that I didn't appreciate when he was here. My own pride prevented a deeper love and a deeper relationship from happening. I focused on negative rather than positive qualities. I hope you all appreciate your fathers this week. I see many examples of what dads do everyday. I see them at the playground or dropping kids off at school, grocery shopping with their wives, and helping out around the house doing chores. I think most fathers do a great job. Of course, we're human and we fail. We have a lot of negative qual- ities too, just like my father, and just like me. The Lord can help us. th kids and spouses who forgive us and love us anyway, they can help become better men, better fathers, better husbands, and better peo r s Day. Peace be :th you. . ? ' Librarian's Corner By Vicki Grimli The Ortonville Public Library is open Monday-Thursday 12-8 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 10-3 p.m. We had a great turnout for Curtis Alan Hed's Magical Show! About 80 people were in attendance to see the magical show. Greta Prinsen, grand- daughter of Marlys Homrighausen was the lucky guesser of how many pieces of candy in the container and, there- fore, won the container of candy! David Kenney will be at the library on Monday evening at 7 p.m. June 21 to talk about his book "Minnesota Goes to War". If you cannot make it Monday night, he will be in Graceville on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. at the Li- brary. David also wants to hear your stories as to what it was like for you during World War II on the home front. Please join us. The Summer Reading Program reg- ular programs start off this Wednesday with the first through fourth grades at 1 p.m.; Preschool (age three)-kinder- garten at 2:30 p.m.; and the teens (fifth grade and up) at 4 p.m. We have a lot of great crafts, programs lined up for you this year. Make sure you have done your scavenger hunt for Mr. Rac- coon. The clues for the first week were given out last Wednesday. If you do not have the clue, please stop by the library to pick up your sheet and the clue. Also listen to KDIO for the clues to be given out. New in General Fiction is Jennifer Chiaverini's "The Aloha Quilt". In the aftermath of a difficult divorce, Bonnie heads to Maul to help her friend Claire launch a quilter's retreat, a getaway marked by beautiful sunsets, regional quilting activities and her ex's plot to claim Elm Creek Quilts resources. Also new is Richard Paul Evans' "The Walk". After advertising executive Alan Christofferson loses everything he holds dear, he embarks on a walk across America, a journey where he will meet people, form relationships and learn important lessons as he walks to a new life. Also Sandra Dallas has a new book called "Whiter Than Snow". This is the story of a devastating ava- lanche that raps nine children walking home from school in 1920, and the life- changing effects the disaster has on the people who live in the small Colorado town where it occurs. Musinfls from the Museum By Norm Shelsta On this date in the State of Min- nesota History Files followed by an event from the Big Stone County His- tory Files: June 23, 1870-Adolph O. Eberhart is born in Sweden. He would become Minnesota's 17th governor upon the death of John A. Johnson in 1909 and would be elected to the office in 1910. During his tenure he would sign into law a direct primary bill. He died on Dec. 6, 1944. June 23, 1871-First Communion Service was held for EUB Church in Odessa. June 24,1996-At the federal court- house in St. Paul, White Earth tribal leader Darrell "Chip" Wadena and oth- ers are convicted of corruption and vote-buying charges. Wadena is sen- tenced to four years in prison. June 24, 1892-Big Stone County Journal newspaper was started. In 1909 telephone call rates were one cent for each call. June 25, 1977-The first Grandma's Marathon is run from Two Harbors to Duluth. It was named for its first major sponsor, the Duluth-based Grandmas' restaurants. June 25,1933-Destructive wind be- tween Clinton and Graceville and a de- structive hail storm south of Ortonville caused much damage. In 1942 the Dyke Road Bridge was dedicated with two bottles of water from the Gulf of Mexico. June 26,1959-President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Queen Elizabeth open the St. Lawrence Seaway in an official ceremony in Montreal. The seaway connects the Great Lakes to the At- lantic Ocean, making Duluth and other lake cities international ports. June 26, 1879-The Village of Odessa was organized when the Mil- waukee Railroad reached this point. June 27, 1977-Heiress Elizabeth Congdon and her nurse are murdered at Glensheen mansion in Duluth. In a sensational trial, Congdon's son-in-law, Roger Caldwell, is convicted of the murders. New evidence in the case sets him free a year later but incriminates his wife Marjorie. June 27,1908-Clinton Advocate of- fice is destroyed by cyclone and the St. Paul Pioneer Press printed it for six weeks. Seven people are killed and 30 others were injured. June 28,1862-St. Paul Mayor John Prince joins the crowd on the first train trip from the capital to Minneapohs. This railroad, the St. Paul and Pacific, would eventually become part of the Great Northern Railway. June 28,29,30, 1903-Chautauqua Programs were held along the shores of Big Stone Lake. June 29, 1837-Elizabeth S. Hamil- ton, widow of Alexander, visits Fort Snelling and views points of interest in- cluding Lake Calhoun, Minnehaha Falls, and the Falls of St. Anthony. She is one of the first female tourists of the area. June 29 through July 1, 1979- Odessa celebrated their Centennial. In 1878-the first edition of the North Star paper was issued by R.W. Miller. Tuesday, June 22, 2010 00INDEPENDENT Page 9