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COUPLES GOLF TOURNEY WINNERS include, left to right from ninth flight to championship flight, Rob and Danielle Twedt,Norm and Gen Davis, Brett and Pare Jacobsen, Terry and Judy Gere, Fred and Gretchen Frescone, Arnie and Carol Kirchberg, Ted and Linda Rosdahl, Dick and Barb McMahon, Bob and Rita Casura, and championship flight winners Ed O'Donnell and Amanda Lindquist. NO IT ISN'T EASTER, but there are Easter lilies blooming in Janelle Kelly's garden in Big Stone City, SD. Even though it is a hot, dry summer, they have more blossoms than in past years. I Rosen news were reported in the Rosen area Friday till Sunday, July 21. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Rademacher, Mr. and Mrs Tom. lademacher, Mr. and Mrs. Val Rademarrher, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Rademacher, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hoffman attended the By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Dan and Millie Roggenbuck of San Diego, CA, Hans and Betty Claussen of Denver, CO, Don and Marion Halbmaier of Orofino, ID spent several days visiting with their sister Joann Krakow and attended the late Frank and Katherine Adelmanfamily funl'-of t eeo--Connie Rademacher in New Ulm on Friday, July 19, 2002 with Rev. Germain Rademacher Celebrant. She was the daughter of Mrs. Lucy and the (late Lawrence) Rademacher. Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg and Mrs. Myra Schmieg visited with Mrs. Rose Karels at her home on Tuesday afternoon, July 23, 2002. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher spent July 20 weekend with the Blanks softball team at the Kunde Cabin on Pelican Lake. Travis and Taylor Radermacher spent July 20 with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wildung in Ortonville. Keith Pillatzki of Hallock, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Moser and family of Rapid City were July 20 weekend guests at the Bernard Pillatzki home and were among relatives that reunion at the Lakeshore R.V. Park in Ortonville on Sunday, July 14, 2002. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke attended the open house in honor of the 90th birthday of Maybelle Meister at the Emanuel Lutheran Church in Milbank on Sunday, July 21. Sr. Myra Schmieg spent Thursday, July 18 at the home of her mother Mrs. Myra Schmieg. Thursday, July 18 supper and evening guests at the Wayne Brehmer home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nelson of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg of Rosen. Colleen Pillatzki daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pillatzki and Scott Halbur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Halbur were married at St. Joseph's Church on Saturday, July 20, 2002 with Fr. Jack Nordick officiating. Rain reports of 3/4 to 1 1/4 inches 1999 CHRYSLER 300M - $13,000 Leather - Loaded - 60,000 Miles 1997 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE- $6,700 Local Trade - Leather - CD - Loaded - 86,000 Miles I PRO ROTO KQvin Bar.kstmnd Odnvilk, Page 8 attended the wedding of Colleen Pillatzki and Scott Halbur on Saturday, July 20, 2002. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd spent Friday, July 19 till Sunday at the home of their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Derek Jones in Blaine. Mr. and Mrs. Rademacher hosted a get-together for nieces and nephews and sisters of Angie Schmidt at their home on Saturday and Sunday, July 20 and 21. Friday and Saturday overnight guests were Sr. Nathalie Karels of Lacey, WA, Sr. Bertha Kareis of St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. AI Copeland and grandchildren of Rockton, IL. Mrs. Stanley (Leona) Karels suffered a stroke last week and Gehardt Karels had surgery so were unable to attend the get-together. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Karels and grandson Bryan attended the funeral of Connie Rademacher daughter of Mrs. Lucy and late Lawrence Rademacher of New Ulm at St. Mary's Catholic Church in New Ulm on Friday, July 19, 2002. Mr. and Mrs. John Adelman took their daughter Monica to the airport in Mpls on Sunday, July 21, to return to Jacksonville, FL where she is employed. They also visited with their son John Paul in Brooklyn Park. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Rademacher and Breanna, Greg Rademacher of Brookings were-July 20 weekend guests at the Kevin Rademacher home and attended the wedding and reception of Colleen Pillatzki and Scott Halbur on Saturday afternoon, July 20, 2002. ....... Mrs:Harri Rauseh of Big Stm- and daughter Karen of Arizona were Monday, July 22 luncheon and afternoon guests at the home of Bernard Pillatzki's. Zach, Luke and Sam Adelman of Graceville spent Saturday and Sunday, July 20 and 21 at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Adelman. Christine Odom of Lindsay, NE spent several days at the John Adelman hbme. Extension Carrie Ann Olson County Extension Flucator 839-2518 or 1-800-279-2518 AVOIDING THE TEST In the dog world, the retriever breeds stand out in their ability to identify a falling object and to retrieve that object regardless of the distance and obstacles. In fact, tests are done for retrievers to measure their ability to do so. The judges of such events set up tests where dogs must cross ditches, crawl through brush, and swim all while maintaining a straight line to their objective. Occasionally a dog will circle the obstacles instead of going through them. When this happens, a judge might rule that the dog "avoided the test". How often do we allow and even help kids "avoid the test"? As kids grow they are repeatedly faced with testsevery day. Kids grow in maturity as they successfully complete each test. Here are some examples of tests kids might face and parents who got in the way. * An intellectual test, A librarian was asked one day by a parent to check the availability of audiocassettes of books her daughter needed to read during the course of the year. Fortunately, the titles in question were not available on cassette so this parent hit a dead end in helping her daughter avoid the test. * A test of character. When a young person makes an agreement, will they stick with it when put to the test? When they break the agreement do they face the consequences in a mature manner? A young woman I once knew broke one of her agreements and consumed alcohol during a 4-H event. While she was ready to admit this to me, her parents stepped in to defend her. They interfered with the test and there is evidence that the lesson went unlearned. Here's another one. It's been shown over and over through research that kids who postpone sexual activity do better m they are also put to the test. One of the things they learn from the test is putting aside immediate desires in favor of long-term gain. Yet we have examples of parents helping and even encouraging their teens to he sexually active. They are helping their kids avoid a very important test. * A physical test. A kid out for a sport needs to learn that practice and training is in their own best interests if they want to do well in that sport. It is largely a test in self motivation. The best athletes are motivated to work hard during their practice time. They look for opportunities outside practice to further develop their skills. Other athletes look for opportunities to avoid working hard and wait for a coach or somebody else to motivate from the outside. In 4-H we require kids to start their animal science projects no later than May. Testing happens daily as they work with their dogs, horses or other animals. There are opportunities for testing on problem solving, perseverance,, creativity, level- headedness, sportsmanship and much more. Their knowledge is tested and expanded as they deal with training problems, and health. The longer they are involved with a project the better the test of their skills and the more likely they are to develop new attitudes. Parents and kids who understand the purpose for these projects strive for a longer learning period and many kids start their projects long before they need to. Avoiding life's tests gains nothing and can cause a delay in growth and development. Most of life's tests will be repeated until learned and as adults, we can help by keeping kids focused on their tets. Old Mill Twirlers The Old Mill Twirlers danced to the calling of Cal Brown last Wednesday. There were three squares in attendance with guests from Watertown, Peever and Chokio. Bill George from Huron will call on Wednesday, Aug. 7. On the lunch committee are Stengeis and Brandenburgers. No dance July 31, Aug. 21 Jim Jirak. Old Mill Twirlers dance on Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. in the High School lunchroom. Use the Northeast door, visitors are always welcome. Museum meet to be held Aug. 5th The August meeting of the Board of Directors of the Big Stone Historical Museum will be held Monday, Aug, 5th, at 5 P-m.- at the Museum. - .... it'sallinside. catalog I .com Human Resources Big Stone County is seeking a Human Resources newly created position that will manage the resource functions. Minimum requirements include degree in business, management or related field or experience and four years of human resources public administration experience involved in personnel management. Public service agency Position may be full or part time depending on For more information and required application, Big Stone County Auditor's Office 20 - 2rid Street SE Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-2525 Applications will be accepted until 4:30 p.m. on Stone County is an Equal Opportunity Fremo-Schmieg JCPenney Catalog located in Liebe Drug Ortonville, MN .INi)EPENDENT Anne Fremo and Lawrence Schmieg were united in marriage on June 29th, 2002 at St. Joseph's Church in Rosen by Fr. Robert Goblirsch. Joan Longhenry, daughter of the bride was maid of honor and Irene Karels, sister of the groom, was the bridesmaid. Eugene Schmieg, brother of the groom, was best man with Jon Longhenry son of the bride, as the groomsman. 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