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S Home Arlyn "Bill" who died mlis care Burial was 6 at Blue Cloud Abbot Thomas Rev. Thomas and burial Cemetery. by Brother Bradley, were all of Dt employees, y night friends. nieces and Morgan Bartz, Kehnle. Kleespie was .in Shible the son of Kleespie. Shible confirmed at and hard working man. Bill had a musical gift that he loved to share with others. He played in various bands throughout the years and found great joy entertaining family and friends with his piano talent. Bill also loved to travel. He took numerous trips within the United States and to other countries and was always planning for his next adventure. Bill is survived by two sisters and brothers-in-law: Janice and Sherwood Dove of Correll, and Verda and Charles Bartz of Ortonville. Also four nephews: Michael and wife Deb Dove of New Ulm; Morgan and Karin Dove of Harwood, MD; Christin and wife Nicki Bartz of Maple Grove; and Jonathan Bartz of Ortonville. Also with Joe and Dorothy and the Larsons. Early supper was at Dean, Helen, and Brandon Leenert's home. Tuesday night, July 2nd Joe and Dorothy Coubal played cards with Jim and Iona Monson ann had lunch. June 28th week-end guests at Ann Helgeson's were Lois and Dave Peterson and Bessie and Michael from Westconcord, Leona Olson from Roseville, and Allen and Barb Helgeson and Bobble and friend Aaron from Duluth. They all attended the wedding of Heidi Lindquist and Matthew Bucher at the Zion Church in Ortonville. Sunday, June 30th visitors of Ann Helgeson were Jerry and Judelle Rothi of Canby, OR; Paul and Jeanne Rothi and children of Canby, OR; Harley and Ellie Helgeson and fhmily; and Larry and Sandra Helgeson and Sally all of Ortonvillle. Carlene Wittnebel visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Tuesday, July 2rid. Vernon and Ruth Loeschke from Milbank were Thursday evening, June 27th visitors of Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Melissa Johnson and Matt Austin and a friend from Granite Falls visited Amanda Jensen on Sunday, June 30th. Melissa Johnson and Matt Austin Tuesday afternoon, July 2nd at the Ortonville Senior Center. Alvin and Phyllis Schwarze visited Emma Schwarze on Sunday afternoon, June 30th. Steve and Janet Asche and son Conner oPFargo, ND visited on Wednesday, July 3rd at the Jerry and Alma Jorgenson's home. Dorothy Harrison, Margaret Hanson, Bob Butler, Gall Maxwell, and Lowell and Shirley Harrison enjoyed a picnic on the Fourth of July at Lou's Point at Shirley and Lowell's cabin on Big Stone Lake. Roxanne Swezey of Minneapolis spent from June 27th to July 4th with her morn Beth Swezey. Roxanne Swezey had just returned from a trip to Thailand and on July 2nd entertained the tenants of Homerite apartments to special snacks and pictures from Thailand. The past week visitors of Beth and Roxanne Swezey were Betty Jean and Connie Sanders of Perham, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Swezey of Hector; Leela Gingrich of Maplewood, Suzanne Gingrich of West Bend, WI; and Guy Block of Ortonville. 4th of July week-end guests of John and Anna Rothi were Curt, Linda, and Jessica Rothi; Harold, Laura, and Wesley Rothi; Patty, Kayla, and Brooks Anderson; and of Correll at District 53 in h the 8th Morris Ag s and attended one and two years )revious Club ;. He in the food working out When he returned very dedicated for Geneva Giese, Saturday, Artichoke Lake in Artichoke Rev. Robert kne Jorgenson Honorary s and Residence and :rs were Keith Gregory Wollschlager, Robertson Appleton City as born ND to two nieces; Margo and husband Steve Van Moer of Marshall, and Nikole and husband Ryan Kehnle of Ortonville. Great nephews: Jory and Josh Dove, Carson Dove, Ryan Vala Moer and great niece, Madeline Dove. Bill is also survived by five aunts and one uncle and many cousins. Bill was preceded in death by his parents, John in 1980 and Verna in 1984, grandparents and many aunts and uncles. The Mundwiler Funeral Home of Milbank was in charge of the arrangements. Ortonville for several years and took great pride in taking care of people younger than she was. She enjoyed jigsaw puzzles, word puzzles, reading and writing poetry, tours, scrabble and fishing with her grandchildren. Geneva was a member of Artichoke Lake Baptist Church where she taught Sunday school, children's church and held various offices and also was a 4-H leader when her children were young. Geneva moved to Northridge Residence in December 1993 where she lived until her death on July 2, 2002 reaching the age of 92 years, 10 months and two days. Survivors include two daughters; and friend took Amanda Jensen to Milbank to visit Alice Anderson on Sunday, June 30th. Amanda Gutzman was staying with Amanda Jensen and she went over to Alice,Anderson's for a few days. Carol Arndt'and Dewey from Roseville were visitors of Vivian Arndt the week-end of June 28th. They attended the Stielow family reunion in Clinton on Saturday. There was a large group at the family reunion. A good time was had by all. Kimberly Bolsis and her little girls Ashley and Amandafrom Andover are here for a visit. Faith Sprung spent Tuesday at Carol Dragts for supper with Kimberly and girls. On Wednesday forenoon, July 3rd Amanda Bolsis visited her great- grandmother Faith Sprung. Lillian Ninneman attended the wedding of Ann Fremo and Lawrence Schmeig on Saturday, June 29th. Harriet Kidman came to visit Lillian Ninneman. Lillian Ninneman played whist on Vicky, Dave, Nick, and Marshell Sager. They all attended a family reunion at the Lockwood's on the 4th of July. High bridge players at the Ortonville Senior Center Friday afternoon, July 5th were Jerry Jorgenson and Pearl Pederson. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. The high whist players at the Ortonville Senior Center Tuesday afternoon, July 2rid were Pauline Kaufman, Pauline Bomer, and Dorothy Krogsrud. A fun time was had by all. On Saturday, July 6th Alvin Howen, Marvin and Gladie Howen, Jerry Gau, Lisa and Robert Kaperuss, Emil and Luverne-Swezey, Lyle and Carla Giersdorf, Janet Spalinger, James and Mary Reynolds, Bonnie and Earl McDaniel, Suzanne, Brad, Erik, John, and Sarah Schmidt surprised Emma Swezey with a birthday party for her 85th birthday at the Community Room at Lakeside apartments. Rosen news By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Mr. and Mrs. Matt Drobny spent Monday, June 24 visiting with Ted Unzen at his apartment in Ghent. Mrs. Shawn Pastika and family of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Pepka of Burleson, TX spent several days at the home of his sister Mr. and Mrs. Ed Karels. Mrs. Paul Kindlespire and Emmie and Louella Jan (Ken) Kirschbaum. . of Ortonville,. Rochester came on Thursday, June 27 . .',".,'s...-....,,.,..... ...... , of r , / irng n 0tad e Orill,..w4f#sia  .Dall(a #aer alamltmlv'ld d= llr, Jhn m .amngton ee of t..-annont, ans,. (t tu'ten Adelman  " , Gies be Oncm,ille, 6/h de*, / Cha;'l'Schini oTPg, n;outh spent tate Teacher s Gwendolyn Nelson of Juanita N D, 11/ Friday evening, June 28 till Monday, and taught grandchildren, 25 great grandchddrn July 1 at the home of his mother Mrs area and many nieces and nephews. Myra Schinieg and attended the and day care boys of New Hope were J June 29 weekend guests at the home ioLher taothe, Mrs. Juiie Henrich. ," Mr. and Mrs. Tim Salmen and "famit of Madison, SD spent June 29 weekend at the home of her parents Dennis Radermachers and helped them move to their new home on the Giese at near Appleton, moved to a farm where Geneva at the Parkview Home in Geneva was preceded in death by her parents, husband, two sisters Vivian Linder and Eunice Ibsen and two brothers Clyde and Othello Jones. The Larson Funeral Home of Ortonville was in charge of the arrangements. news 839-2207 enson were visitors at Longhenry's attended Services at the for anniversary in retirement at Missouri ty Lutheran at Sunday, June Rev. Henry s a brother of David who is a was enjoyed the catered at the program of both ity and St. sang. Pastor Richard Boehnke of Trinity Lutheran Church of Ortonville and also pastor Terrill Bramstedt of St. John's Lutheran Church of Madison were among other pastors who spoke at the program honoring pastor and Irene Friedrich and wishing them happiness in their retirement years Gifts were given to both Pastor and Irene in appreciation for the 26 years Pastor Friedrich served in the area. We will all miss this wonderful couple and wish them much happiness in their new home in Willmar. They moved into their new home on Tuesday, July 2nd. Sunday, June 30th Joe and Dorothy Coubal went to Redwood Falls and had dinner with Jerry and Susan Larson in honor of Bob Larson spending the week there from Oklahoma. While there Rachel Anderson from Hutchinson and Dean Leenerts from Redwood Falls visited wedding of Ann Fremo and Lawrence Schmieg at St. Joseph's Church at 2 p.m. and reception and dance at City Hall in Nassau on Saturday, June 29, 2002. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke and Alan were Friday evening, June 28 guests at the Daryl Kanthak home in Pipestone in honor of their son Copper's fourth birthday. Lawrence Schmieg, son of Alphonse (and the late Eva) Schmieg and Ann Fremo were married at St. Joseph's Church at 2 p.m. on Saturday afternoon, June 29, 2002, Rev. Robert Goblirsh officiated. Reception and dance were held at the City Hall in Nassau. Saturday evening, June 29 guests at the Bud Radermacher home in honor of their son Travis' 13th birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Radermacher, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wildung, Mrs. Tina Anderson, Michelle Amundsen all of Ortonviile, Lynn Spanier Of Bloomington, Mr. and Mrs. Matt .Henrich of Milbank, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maatz and family, Tim Radermacher, Lexi and Marsha of Montevideo, Sam Radermacher of New Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Peterson of Cottonwood are spending several weeks at the home of her mother Mrs. Rose Karels. Mrs. Evelyn Vincent of St. Paul and daughter Mary of Kansas City are spending July 4 week at the home of her mother and grandmother. Angle Schmidt farm which they had purchased. The Randy Stuckeys of Milbank and Bryan Andersons also helped them move. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Adelman an family. were among relatives that attended the 15th Kallhoff Family Reunion on THEBEST EYEWEAR UNDER THE SEA! Your Eye Care Team Dr, Ronn MeDaniel OPTOMETRIST 128 NW 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 320-839-3413 Sunday, June 30 at Lake Cochran, with over 130 people attending. Mrs. Jerry Adelman, Sr. Kate Kallhoff of St. Cloud, Wilma Schreck of Appleton and Mrs. Wilfred Adelman traveled to Faulkton, SD on Monday, July 1 to visit with their cousin Gen Melius. Mrs. Joan Strei and Mrs. Adeline Rudnick attended the wedding reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schmieg at the City Hall in Nassau on Saturday evening, June 29. Mrs. Buzz Comstock and girls of Mankato were June 29 weekend guests at the home of her sister Kay Karels and sons. Mrs. Joan Strei and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoffman were among friends that attended the 40th anniversary of Rev. Robert Friedrich and retirement at the Bellingham City Hall on Sunday afternoon, June 30, 2002. Darlene Peterson of Brainerd and Jeanette Hiepler of Apple Valley were Saturday and Sunday, June 29 and 30 guests at the home of their sister Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Millerbernd. On Saturday they all attended the Kriese- Striech family reunion in Madisom Mr. and Mrs. Myra Schmieg attended the funeral of her niece's husband Tom Syverson of Bloomington at St. Edward's Church on Monday evening, July !, 2002. She returned home with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Radermacher of Ortonville who also had attended the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Rademacher were among guests at the Mark Rademacher home in St. Michael on Saturday, June 29 in honor of their daughter Nicole's High School graduation. Greg Rademacher, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Rademacher and Breanna of Brookings were June 29 weekend guests at the Kevin Rademacher home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Folk of Milbank were Sunday, June 30 afternoon visitors. Mrs. Dave Mark and Kevin Olson and son Harmond of Houston, TX were Wednesday forenoon, July 3rd visitors at the M.J. Kirchberg home. Basement Problems Solved 1. Leaky Basements Made Dry (No digging up yard) 2. Buckling Walls Straightened 3. Crumbling Walls Restored Over 35 Years of Service Proven Systems www.dryupbasement.com 1-800-348-6247 CL#20037736 ---f-, ProHealth & Wellness St. 56208 Meet our family at Pleasant View Helen Campbell is a sweetheart. They just don't come any kinder. AND. she has lived more, seen more. than most people her age. Her mother & father came to Bovey. 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