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Methodist Church in Ortonville on Monday, June 17, 2002. Mrs. Tim Salmen of Madison, SD was a Sunday till Monday guest at the Dennis Rademacher home and they attended the funeral of Mason William son of Chad and Jill (Karels)" Swihart on Monday, June 17. Pastor (Continued from page 1) r, , IN POLAND WILL BE IN ORTONVILLE AND June 30th. Pastor Tim and Renata Hinrichs of on furlough and amongother things will work as coordinators of the Lutheran Bible Poland. Pastor Tim Hinrichs is the son of Hinrichs of Ortonville and is affiliated with Network. The public is invited to attend Faith Free Lutheran, Ortonville, at 9 a.m.; or at 10:45 a.m. news Kirchberg of Sioux Falls, Joseph and Strei spent at the Sam Seizer helped them Rapids, IA Rake their future Schumacher Wednesday June 15 Mrs. Joan their aunt Helen Nursing New Ulm was a June 15 parents M.J. Radermacher June 16 guests at the Milbank and at the Glen Ortonville. Schmieg and attended the on Saturday, dinner and home of Mrs. guests at the were Rick and Salt Lake City, and family, Schmieg and Krakow Meyers tie Grove and Manfred and Father's Day iam's Home in afternoon. MN June 15 weekend visitors at the Matt Drobny home were Paul Drobny of River Falls, WI and Sons, Scott of Alexandria, Patrick of Buffalo, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Okeson, Tammy and Mathew of Wood Lake. Father's Day dinner and afternoon guests at the Greg Strei home were Mr. and Mrs. Matt Drobny, Paul Drobny and sons Paul and Patrick, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Okeson, Tammy, Mathew of Wood Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Drobny and Julie of Nassau. Don Stolpman is a patient at the Ortonville Hospital since Saturday, June 15. Mrs. Dave Mork and Mrs Wayne Brehmer served supper to the Mission Group ladies a the M.J. Kirchberg home on Thursday afternoon, June 13 in honor of their mother's Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg and nephew Adam Iowa. He attended college at Concordia Jr. College, St. Paul, MN.; and seminary at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mo. During his internship, Friedrich served vicarages at Peace Lutheran Church, Philomath, Oregon and Emmaus Lutheran Church, Ridgewood, Brooklyn, New York. "It was quite a change for me growing up in a rural area in Iowa to go to the larger cities with the faster pace of life. The church in Oregon was in a town of 2,000, Stamford had 100,000 people and Brooklyn had three million people at that time," Pastor Friedrich said. Friedrich noted he learned about having a ministry in two languages --German and English--while in New York. He was ordained and installed at Zion Lutheran Church, Stamford, Conn. on June 24, 1962. He served there for four years and found his bride there. Pastor Friedrich served nine years at churches at Emmanuel, Logan and Zion, Magnolia, Iowa before coming to the Bellingham area. "It was quite" a change for us to come from Iowa where we had gro- cery and hardware stores that we could walk to living in the country parsonage," he noted. The two churches he served in Iowahad membership spread over a large area making for some challeng- ing times to meet the needs of his parishioners. A new church building was built while he served the church in Logan, Iowa. "We went through the chal- lenges of building committees and interruptions during the building." Pastor Friedrich has been active in the church body as a circuit coun- selor-for 14 and one-half years -- helping congregations with vacant pulpits to find a pastor, on the Lutheran Laymen's League (LLL) for ten years; and was the Lutheran Women Mission League (LWML) pastoral advisor for the circuit for five years. He has been a member and chairman of the district social min- istries committee which held their meetings in Brainerd. On the local level, the pastor served as secretary of Bellingham Lions, and a Zone chairman for the Lions organization. Pastor Friedrich also served as a member of the Lac qui Parle Social Abuse Task Force, finished his term Kirchbcrg's birthdays a.d cake and On file Hilltop Board of Directors'in ice cream to family in the evening. Father's Day weekend guests at the ,- Lester Millerbernd home were Mr. and Mrs. Derek Jones and Sierra of Blaine, Steve Millerbernd of St. Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Millerbernd of Omaha, NE. Brian Schuelke of Lennox, SD, Alan Schuelke of Montevideo, Brenda Schuelke and Mandly Davis of Watertown spent Father's Day weekend at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke. Andy Karels of Burnsville, Eileen Karels of Fergus Falls were Sunday till Monday, June 17 guests at the home of their mother Mrs. AImira Karels and were among relatives that attended the funeral of six week old Mason William Swihart at United HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8AM-5:30PM; Sat. 8AM-5PM PHONE (320) 839-2653 TOp Sirloin Steak S2.79 VPote Fqer - Per Lb, Chickens ;2.79 ....... $2.99 , r T-00neSteak LOCAI..LY GROWN BEEF - Per Lb. QUARTERS OR mOES ............... $1.49 LOCALLY GROWN PORK - Per Lb A HALF A HOG ................. 89 ) Stone Refugel Stop at Pioneer for our special pricest ,114 OR 1/2 - Fresh from the J&L Bison Ranch For Sale- $1.00 per,b. plant. Market your beef and pork anywhere! ,January, served as the chaplain on the Madison Hospital Hospice Team, and is a member of the Madison Ministerium. During 27 years in this parish, he has baptized 144, confirmed 156 and united 60 couples in marriage and conducted 148 funerals. About his many years at the Bellingham parish Friedrich said, "A dual parish always has some chal- lenges with it. There have been loving people wherever we served." Their children were young when they came to Bellingham. "We found it a very good area to raise our family as it's nice to be out in the country-- if they were in town it would have been easy for them to wander off." Helping out as part-time secretary at Trinity has been Arlene Hoffman -- I Save money with our multi.policy discount! I hen you insure your car and home or mobile home with us, through Auto-Owners Insurance Company, we'll save you money th their multi- policy discount! Mature policyholders can earn even greater saSngs. Contact our agency today LJfe Home Cat Bur Kindt Agency, Inc. 113 NW First Street Ortonvilte, MN Located in the Cer,[nk buddin 9 Phone 320-839-6145 RELAX... your vehicle is in good hands at Progressive! COMPLETE AUTO BODY SHOP * WINDSHIELD REPAIR & REPLACEMENT . 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When asked what he sees as the future of the rural churches in the area, Friedrich replied, "We may have to go back to the circuit riding pastor. One minister in our circuit is current- ly serving three congregations." Friedrich acknowledged there is a great need for pastors in rural areas of the state. "There are currently 800 churches without pastors in our synod." "Irene and I enjoyed our time serv- ing our churches in the Bellingham area where some of the members are the third or fourth generation of their family to attend church there," Friedrich said. The Friedrichs will be relocating to Willmar in July and his plans are to serve as interim pastor in the area. Having lived among their parish- ioners for 27 years, serving them Bridal shower for A'n open house bridal shower for Adrienne Harrison and Ryan Stattelman will be held Saturday, June 29 at the Clinton Memorial Building from 9 to 10:30 a.m. All relatives and friends are invited. faithfully as their pastor, there have" been many close relationships formed and their leaving will no doubt leave a hole in the hearts of his parishioners who will bid them farewell at a cele- bration to be held on June 30 in Bellingham. Child safety seat check-up clinic June 27th On Thursday, June 27, from 4-7 P.M., Countryside Public Health will sponsor a child safety seat check-up clinic. The clinic will take place at the city parking lot at the intersection of 3rd ST and Monroe AVE (kitty- corner from the Ortonville armory.) What's the safest seat to buy? Has your seat ever been recalled? When is it safe for your child to "come out" of the seat? Is it the right type of safety seat for the size of your child? What is that little metal clip and when do you need to use it? Does your child's safety seat move around after you have buckled it? Child safety seats can be confusing, and the questions seemingly endless, but help is available. Come to the free drive-thru child safety seat check-up and spend " 20-25 minutes having your child's safety seat examined for safety. These questions will be answered and any others you may have about transporting your child as safely as possible. Replacement car seats will be available. Call Countryside Public Health at 320-839-6135 to register for the safety clinic. D&L Photo 1-Hour Photo Processing Lab 307 Main St., Milbank 432-5222 Across from Pizza Ranch Advantix Processing Same Day - Next Day - Same Price $999 (25exp) (without panoramics) Second set s2" Second Set Free Tuesdays 35mm film (APS 99) Copy Prints Now Available! 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