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COD p0int00 to Ill,It[R, [IlllN lIVING HALL WITNESSES Ortonville Presiding Overseer Public Meeting and 'p.m. Book Study. ).m. Theocratic Meeting to Help LAKE BAPTIST north of Correll) 596-23OO Blackman, Pastor School 9:45 a.m.; Sundays: 7 p.m. Praise 7 p.m. Bible RAN Township Synod) g, Pastor :45 a.m. Church Service; School. City, SD OSB - 3 862-8319 4:00 p.m. on lust and 5:00 p.m. GOD Ortonville l Pastor P.m. Bible Study & a.m. Sunday School; Marietta e Olson, Pastor a.m. Worship; 10:00 LUTHERAN Nassau Olson a.m. Worship; 9:30 north on Co. #25, west of CorreH in Pastor 763-0632 a.m. Sabbath School; a.m. WCCO Ch. 5 or "It Is Written" speaker: 6:00 a.m. "The Quiet Yankton, SD, Bill 9:30 a.m. "The y" WNAX, , Speaker/director Lonnie LIFE BAPTIST Pastor P.m. AWANA & Kids and leadership meet- Men of Integrity back room of Sale; 6:30 Milbank. a.m. Sunday School & 10:30 a.m. Worship Board meetings. SD Pastor ': Youth group meet 20:9:30 a.m. Sunday School 7:30 p.m. B-Club. V. Rabe. !1:9:30 a.m. Sewing; with brown bag a. Sarah Circle. tlostess: G. 'LUTHERAN k Parker, Pastor 16: 4-6 p.m. 20:8:30 a.m. Divine Bible Study. L Parker, Pastor 16: 4-6 p.m. Elders meeting; 8 ;:30 p.m. Family p.m. Divine LUTHERAN Pastor 8:30 a.m. a.m. Staff meeting, Staff; 3:15 p.m. r; 6 p.m. Steeple 7 p.m. St. Choir; Ministerial; 12 the mystery of faith unfold to protect and provide your family with peace. These Weekly Church Notices, Courtesy the following firms Come and Worship THE LORD Enjoy the Fellowship Tom's Service, Odessa, MN PRO AuTo We Build Togs for the Big Bogs. Ortonvil|e, MN (320) 039-291] U.S. FAHCY HONEY ELLINGSON'S INC." ODESSA, MN 56276   ir / . BIG STONE  COOPERATIVE Clinton Ortonville Milbank 1-800-325-1132 or (320) 325-5466 THOLE DISTRIBUTING ORTONVILLE Ortonville Independent CLINTON CO-OP FARMERS ELEVATOR ASSOCIATION Ron Schlim, Manager Cl.INq'oN, MN PHONE 325-5404 ( Clinton State Bank r.E SANK T.^r UNOE00SrANOS noon Brown Bag. Fri.: 1:30 p.m. Northridge; Newsletter Deadline. Sat: 3:15 p.m. Confn'mation prac- tice; 4 p.m. Confirmation pictures; 4:30 p.m. Vespers - Northridge; 5 p.m. Confn'mation Service. Sun: 8:15 a.m. Worship Service; 9:15 a.m. SS, Adult Bible Study; 10:30 a.m. Worship Service; 4:30 p.m. KDIO Broadcast. ZION LUTHERAN Ortonville Rev. Shalom Kropfl Wed., Sept. 16:3:30 p.m. 9th Grade Confirmation; 4:30 p.m. 8th Grade Confirmation. Thurs., Sept. 17:8:30 a.m. Ministerial Assoc. meets; 9 a.m: Sunshine Quilters; 4 p.m. Women's ARC. Sun., Sept. 20:9:30 a.m. Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Worship Service; 12 noon-7 p.m. Zion's AAL "Set Your Sight" Trip. EIDSKOG LUTHERAN Ortonville Rev. Shalom Kropfl Wed., Sept. 16:3:30 p.m. 9th Grade Confirmation; 4:30 p.m. 8th Grade Confirmation; 7 p.m. Women's Tea. Thurs., Sept. 17:8:30 a.m. Ministerial Assoc. meets; 1 p.m. Do- Day; 4 p.m. Women's ARC. Sun., Sept. 20:9 a.m. Worship Service; 10 a.m. Sunday School; 1 p.m. "Moonlight" Bowling for Eidskog youth at Ortonville. ABIDING FAITH FREE LUTHERAN Ortouvilh Rev. David Hinrichs, Pastor Tues., Sept. 15:4 p.m. Home Bible Study Leaders meting. Wed., Sept. 16: 5 p.m. Confirmation Class; 7 p.m. WAM for youth at Maas home; 7:30 p.m. Adventure in Prayer. Sat., Sept. 19:7 a.m. Promise Keepers. Sun., Sept. 20:9:15 a.m. Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Worship; 4 p.m. Home Bible Studies begin. TRINITY LUTHERAN walter Twp., *r, ham Pastor Robert A. Friedrich Sept. 16:4:15 p.m. Confirmation Class (SP). Sept. 20:9 a.m. Divine Service; 10 a.m. Sunday School; 1 p.m. "Woman to Woman" KMSD; 3:30 p.m. "On Main Street" ch. 10; 7 p.m. T-ACT ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN a..nngham Pastor Robert A. Friedrich Sept. 14-21:7:30 or 7:35 a.m. "By the Way" on KDIO radio. Sept. 16:4:15 p.m. Confirmation Classes; 7 p.m. LOCS. SepL 20:9:15 a.m. Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Divine Service; 12:30 p.m. Lutheran Hour, KLQE TRINITY LUTHERAN Ortonville Richard Boehnke, Pastor Tues., Sept. 15: Circles. Wed., Sept. 16: l p.m. Northridge Bible Study; 3:30-5 p.m. 9th Gr. Confirmation; 8 p.m. Voters meeting. Sat., Sept. 19:5-8 p.m. Ol' Settlers Supper. Sun., Sept. 20:g:30 & ll a.m. Divine Services; 9:45 a.m. Sunday School & Bible Class; 9:45 a.m. 6th, 7th, 8th Gr. Catechism; 9:45 a.m. AAL; 11 a.m. Radio Broadcast. Mon., Sept. 21: Circles. ORTONVILLE UNITED METHODIST Ortunville Rev. Larry Kasten, Pastor Wed: 9:30 a.m. Prayer Group at Marie's; 7 p.m. Bible Study; 7:30 p.m. Choir practice. Thurs: 12 noon Men's Study at Hasslen's Const. Sun: 9:30 a.m. Worship; 10:30 a.m. Sunday School. ZION UNITED METHODIST BeUhagham Rev. Jon Marburger, Pastor Tues., Sept. 15:5 p.m. Bellingham Parade, float meet at school. Open house at Elementary following. Wed., Sept. 16:7 p.m. UMW at Luella Ninneman home. Fri., Sept. 18:9:30 a.m. Bible Study - church. Sun., Sept. 20:9:30 a.m Worship; 10:30 a.m. Coffee Fellowship. Thoughts for life Information Provided By Local MCCL Written By Carol Karels The House of Representatives approved the Child Custody Protection Act which makes it a federal crime to transport a minor across a state line to obtain an abortion. Also, in July they voted to override President Clinton's veto of the Partial Birth Abortion Ban. The Senate adjourned without action on either bill but now it will be coming up. Write or call our Senators, (202) 224-3121. It will take just a minute as you will more than likely just leave a message with a secretary. They must get your name so it is a verified call from one of their constituents. Equally as important is to vote FOR Lethal Drug Abuse Protection Act which would reverse the decision of Attorney General Janet Reno that federally controlled drugs can be used to assist suicide and euthanasia. Birthdays As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar Tuesday, Sept. 15 Marie Brown, Jennifer Elizabeth Karn, Alicea Schablin Wednesday, Sept. 16 Jennifer Clare Trebil, Donald Tiegs, Alan Cornad Peterson, Jeffy Coursey, Wayne Weilendorf, Logan Stenzel, Dennis Bengtson Thursday, Sept. 17 Harold Monson, Dave Schneck, Ernie Kanten, Jerry Wiegman, Andrew James O'Neill, Michael Paul Loy, Christine Bogenrief Kuefler, Chad Spors, Angelica Hoitquist Friday, Sept. 18 Kerri Hamann McMahon, Christina Streed, Tamara Holme Maughan, Harold Rothi, Robby Lopez, Steve Oakes, Art Hoernemann, Fred Weekes, Kaitlyn Jo Kottke, Miranda Jean Leuthardt, Jack Gillette, David Zehringer Saturday, Sept. 19 Dennis Dragt, Frances Fridgen, Amin Shiek Taheri, Sandra Helgeson, Steve Strei, Ross Wiegman, Brad Froelich, Eunice Brotzel Sunday, Sept. 20 Britt Sandro Barnes, Marvin Kurth, Donna Auchstetter, Matthew Karges, Mark Jorgenson, Penny Schneider, Jeffrey Deering, Samantha Lee Streed Monday, Sept. 21 1st Day of Autumn Julie Redepenning, Lisa Gustafson, Fern Mitteistaedt, David Conrad, Joyce Schultz, Allan Helgeson, Dawn Schneck, Craig Allen Bohlman, Marcia Schmieg, Marylin Jurgens, Irene Ethel Karels Tuesday, Sept. 22 Christopher Curry, Robert Schreiner, Janet Knoll Aafedt, Michael Dinnel, Ryan Gregg Dunnihoo, Amanda Thompson, Cora DeVaal, Christopher Bengtson, Taylor Kay Meyer Cards of thanks I CARD OF THANKS What fun to come home to all the cards. You made a special time in our lives even more special. Thank you all. 33-1 Curt and Opal Olson CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all those who sent me cards and gifts for my birthday. I wish to thank Carol Maus and Verna Schlimme for the cake they ordered and for Mrs. David Hermanson for baking the cake, Carol Kohler and Myrtle Fliflet for the fowers they sent to me. Also Pastor Hansen and Ruth Carlson for the gifts they sent me. Your kindness will always be remembered. May God bless you all. 33- I Ardella Kohler CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to Dr. Seeman, Dr. Kay and the nurses and staff at St. Bernard's Hospital for the wonderful care I received following surgery. Thanks to all who visited me and sent cards. Your kindness will long be remembered. God bless all of you. 33-1 Mrs. Theresa Drobny CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to so many friends and relatives for your cards, food, flowers and memorials. Thank you also for all your kind words, thoughts and prayers during the illness and i 15, 1998 00INDEPENDENT "... Think About These Things" by Rev. Wilfred C. Hansen PASTOR AT LARGE "And God said...let the birds fly across the firmament of heavens. So God created every winged bird according to its kind. And saw that it wasgood." Genesis 1:20-21 I enjoy "bird watching." When time allows I can sit for hours either at the cottage or in our back yard, watching with wonder as they fly about. The geese, pelican and cormorant are a wondrous sight as they soar high overhead. I wonder why God made birds... and all living things...of such great variety. I'm glad that He did. How empty our lives would be without the birds. In addition to enriching our lives with their beauty, geese and birds in general teach us many truths about life. Reflecting on the migration of waterfowl, William Cullen Bryant concluded: "He who, from zone to zone, Guides through the boundless sky thy certain flight, In the long way that i must tread alone Will le,,d my steps aright.' Jesus said, ' Do not be anxious about your life. Look at the birds of the air; they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heave, nly father feeds them. Therefore do not be anxious about tomorrow. (see Matthew 7:25-34) "Geese have intrigued men since the beginning of history," states Walter L. Bush in A Saga of Goose Hunting. The next time that you pause to look up in fascination, recall the words of Bryant and Jesus. death of our husband, father, grandfa- ther and great grandfather, Merlin Arndt. A very special thanks to all of you who came to visit and those who called so regularly just to check in to let him know you cared. Thanks also to neighbors Merv and Jan Redfield, Ed and Lorene Kiernat and Velma Kellen for going "above and beyond" the call in your kindness; to Merlin's brother, Marvin and wife, Mary Ann, for coming so often to visit; to his 10:00 coffee group at the Too Mad which he so looked forward to each day; to Dr. Ross and all the friendly and professional doctor and nursing staff at Ortonville Hospital; to Rice Hospice, especially Cindy, Peggy and Pam; to Pastor Berger for your prayers and visits; to the Holden Church women's group, WELCA, for all your work at the funeral; and to each of you who touched us in some special way during this difficult time. Vivian Arndt, Joyce and Dale Melcher and Family, Gene and Candy Arndt and Family, Carole Arndt and Dewey Sipprell, Kathy Ristau, Kristi Arndt and Charlie Ruegemer 33-1 . Obituaries Stanley Athey Funeral services for Stanley Athey, 67, of Big Stone City, SD, were held Saturday, Sept. 12, 1998, at Tabor United Methodist Church in Big Stone City, SD. Rev. R. Karl Watkins officiated with Vi Rabe, organist. Vocalists were Russ Howard and Patty (Rothi) Anderson. Were Pallbearers Mike, Randy, Greg, Tom and Ron Athey and Kevin Beyet/Military norswere ded by the Gertje-Van Lith American Legion Post #229 of Big Stone City. Interment was in the Greenwood Cemetery at Big Stone City. Stanley Everett Athey was born Sept. 13, 1930 to Lyle and Mary (Carlson) Athey at Clinton. He grew up and attended country school near Clinton. On Oct. 24, 1952, he was united in marriage to Marilyn Duncan in Oak Harbor, WA. Staney served in the Marine Corp at Oak Harbor. He farmed near Clinton from 1953 to 1959. After farming be worked in construction in the'Big Stone Lake area and also worked in the Homestake Gold Mine in Lead, SD. In about 1970, Stanley went to work at the Cheese Factory in Big Stone City doing maintenance work. Stanley passed away Tuesday, Sept. 8, 1998 in Rice Memorial Hospital at Willmar reaching the age of 67 years, 11 months and 25 days. He enjoyed woodworking and carpentry as well as tractor restoration. He was an avid fisherman and loved working around the farm. He also enjoyed spending time with his family and especially his grandchildren. Survivors inehtde' -ls wife, Marilyn, of Big Stone City, SD; a daughter, Teresa Athey, of Willmar, four sons, Leslie of Marietta, Robert (Marcia) of Big Stone City, Dale (Pare) of Havay, Belgium, and Larry of Sioux Falls; five sisters, Addle (Elwyn) Swihart of Newton, IA, Mary Jane Synhorst of Clinton, Evelyn (Earl) Beyer of Morris, Dorothy (Harley) Davidson of Gulfport, MS, and Virginia (Richard) Stattleman of Clinton; five brothers, Russel (Janet) of Big Stone City, George (Faye) of Alexandria, Leroy of Clinton, Richard and Elmer (Charlotte), both of Big Stone City; sisters-in-law, Eileen Athey of Clinton and Marlys Athey of Clinton; eight grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Preceding Stanley in death were his parents; two brothers, James and Floyd; and one grandson, Jesse. NFL set for banner year The NFL preseason has arrived. As their favorite football teams fight for possession of the ball, football fanatics will fight their family and friends for possession of the remote control. What other television program consistently delivers thrills like an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie, suspense like a John Grisham novel, and fun like Disney's Broadway show, "Beauty and the Best"? A football game has it all: heroes and villains (quarterbacks vs. lineman), ingenues (rookies), wise elders (the coaches) and a chorus (the cheerleaders). It's had to beat a football game for its sheer entertainment value. Football is the nation's most popular sport. According to a 1997 ESPN/Chilton survey, an astonishing 71 percent of Americans say they're NFL fans, of which 43 percent are women. (Thirty-one percent of those Americans say they're not just NFL fans, they're "avid" NFL fans.) Last January, the NFL negotiated an eight-year, $17.6 billion deal to broadcast up to 200 regular season games all over the country. Unfortunately, football fans can't be everywhere at the game time. To meet this demand, the NFL developed the NFL Sunday Ticket TM, a sports subscription package. It is the best way for football fans to see the most games -- up to 13 every Sunday during the regular season. Fans can watch the game in the comfort of their own homes on DIRECTV, the nation's largest provider of direct broadcasting satellite (DBS) service. "NFL SUNDAY TICKET is DIRECTV's most popular sports package and its largest acquisition driver by far," said John Di Dio, Senior Vice President of Pegasus Satellite Television, the nation's leading independent provider of DIRECTV. "We are very excited to offer new subscribers this year's NFL SUNDAY TICKET promotion -- the best one yet." This year, new residential subscribers who buy a DIRECTV Satellite System and NFL SUNDAY TICKET between now and Oct. 25 can score four months of Total Choice PLATINUM and three $2.99 programming coupons. That's more than $200 in free programming. Total Choice PLATINUM, DIRECTV's ultimate entertainment package, offers the best sports, movies and variety channels. According to Di Dio, this promotion will be a major force in keeping football fever alive. Those in the know hope the year will be even better for the NFL's merchandise sales, which exceeded $3 billion in 1997, and look forward to more than 750 million viewers watching the Superbowl. All in all, football fever is running high. Pegasus Satellite Television is a wholly owned subsidiary of Pegasus Communications Corporation in Radnor, PA, Pegasus Communications Corporation also operated in other growing areas of television, including broadcast stations affiliated with FOX, UPN and the WB and cable. (NASDAQ: PGTV) INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY Page 5b