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Marie Dahle Funeral se,'xices were held Wednesday, 'Nov. 6 at Augusta I uthcran ("hurch of Marietta for Marie Dahlc. Rev. John Graves officiated. Special music was provided by organis! Phyllis Kanstrup, soloist Dennis Hoyles and the Augusta Men's Choir. Active pallbearers were Steve Dahle, Chad Dahle, Scott Dahle, Todd Ruppert. Marlin Kruger and Allen Gronfeld. Concluding services were held at Augusta Lutheran Cemetery of rural Marietta. Marie Mattie Limberg was born Oct. 16, 1917, in Antelope Valley Township, to parents George and Jennie (Beninga) Limberg. She was baptized and confirmed into the Christian Faith at Antelope Valley Relormed Church. Marie attended school first at District #42 in Antelope Valley Township and then furthered her education in Marietta, graduating from Marietta High School in 1935. She was united in marriage on Oct. 29, 1937, to Lawrence Dahle in Deuel County, SD. To this union four children were born. After marriage Marie and Lawrence lived west of Marietta, for a short time before moving two blocks east of Marietta in which Marie lived for over 59 years During her life, Marie ran Dahle Valu-Mart for 20 years, and in later years helped her son Larry at Larry's Refrigeration. Death came to Marie, Nov. 3, 2002 at the Madison Lutheran Home. She had reached the age of 85 years and 17 days. In life Marie enjoyed first and foremost Church and her family, working with the ladies aid and teaching Sunday School. traveling, fishing, watching birds, flowers and eating at the Dairy Queen. Marie is survived by her children: Larry and wife Jyla Dahle of Ortonville. Janet and husband Paul Larson of Victoria, Lyle and wife Beverlee Dahle of Marietta, and David and wife Sharon Dahle of Smiths Grove, KY, 10 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren and three great-great grandchildren, and one sister Henrietta Limberg of rural Marietta. Marie was preceded in death by her parents, husband Lawrence, three sisters: Elizabeth DaMe, Annie Gronfeld and Grace Kruger, also four brothers: John Limberg and three in infancy. Stella McEwen Stella Gertrude McEwen passed away Friday, Nov. 8, 2002 at the Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar. Stella was born Sept. 3, 1919 to Fritz Hjalmer and Julianna Ross. Her schooldays were spent in country school houses that she attended up until the 8th grade upon which she began doing housework for several families. Stella met and fell in love with Wayne McEwen. They were married March 16, 1941 at the Elim Parsonage in Clinton. They made their first home on the Francis Hanson farm just west of Clinton, later making their home on a farm north of Ortonville by Big Stone Lake. This union was blessed with five children; Karen, Lynn, Cheryl, Lila and Patty. Stella raised her children and had numerous different jobs, but one she probably loved most was being the "Head" cook at Lagoona Beach for 21 years. She stayed at her lake home for many years after the loss of her husband until her failing eyesight made her move to the Lakeside Apartments where she gained many friends. Stella will always be remembered for her love of cooking, gardening and sewing. But most of all, we will all remember her smile and her laughter, and her love for her children and their families. Stella was preceded in death by her parents; her husband Wayne; brother DeWayne; and son-in-law Larry Koch. She is'gurvived by her five children, Karen (Millard) Voeltz of Milbank, SD; Lynn McEwen of Zumbrota; Cheryl Koch of Jamestown, ND; Lila (William) Stock of Dawson; Patty (Mike) O'Brien of Houston, TX; two sisters, Andrena McEwen and Lola (Oscar) Schlueter all of Ortonville; one brother, Donald (Beatrice) Ross of Watertown, SD; her 13 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Also surviving are sister-in-law, Idella Ross of Ortonville; brothers-in- law, Lyle (Gloria) McEwen of Woodburn, OR, and Kenneth (Betty) McEwen of Glenwood. Are You or Someone You Know a Diabetic or Arthritic? Get new ARM TESTING METERS or HEATING PADS at no, or low cost. Delivered to your door free. No forms to fill. No HMOs CALL 1-800-894-4997 now! Mylo Schoenrock Mylo R. Schoenrock, 86, died Valarie Marie Schoenrock. Monday, Nov. 4, 2002 at his home in Mylo is survived by his wife '/da Stillman Valley, IL, sugounded by his  of Stillman Valley, four sons; Larry family. .... ..... "( J il i  n  0i c floe fftoc k v'b f > He was born June 8, 1916 in Waterville, the son to Edward and Nellie (Jones) Schoenrock. He served in the US Army during WWII and married Feb. 24, 1940, iq. Milbank, SD to Velda Burdick. He had lived in Stillman Valley for the past 52 years. Mylo was a member of the Congregational Christian Church of Stillman Valley and the O.S.C. Senior group of the church. He was also a member of the Stillman Valley American Legion and the Byron Senior Citizens. Mylo enjoyed hunting, fishing, and gardening. He is preceded in death by brothers; Harold, Arnold, Kenneth, Lyle, and Vernon, sisters; Lorraine, and Anne, grandson Brian Todd Schoenrock, and granddaughter yron, Richard (Sherry) Schoenrock and Ronald (Kathy) Schoenrock both of Rockford, Michael (Peggy Lynn) Schoenrock of Byron, three daughters; Nancy (David) Kauzlarich of LaCombe, LA, Sharon Schoenrock of Ortonville, and Lonna (Darrell) Downing of Stillman Valley, one sister; Evangieline Zick of Faribault, 15 grandchildren, seven step grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Friday, Nov. 8, 2002 at the Congregational Christian Church in Stillman Valley with the Rev. Rod Wetzig pastor of the Church officiating. Burial was at Stillman Valley Cemetery. A memorial fund is established for the family. 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WI; Leela Gingrich of Maplewood; and Betty Jean, lonnie, and Lloyd Sanders of Perham. All of the above along with Brad Gabrelson of Milan and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Swezey, Travis, Heath, Amanda, and Lance were Saturday night supper guests. Alice and Orrin Anderson were Sunday, Nov 3rd visitors of Amanda Jensen. Alice Anderson visited Amanda Jensen on Wednesday, Nov. 6th Twyla Hinneberg's brother Alvin and his wife Marilyn Tengvall of New Brighton came to visit Twyla Hinneberg Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 6th to Sunday, Nov. 10th. On Wednesday, Nov. 6th they had dinner with Harry and Dorothy Prendergast of Milbank. Friday, Nov. 8th Mr. and Mr,. Tim Burns of Coon Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Broman and Allison from Wayzata came to visit Twyla Hinneberg and attended the Scandinavian Food Fair at the First English Lutheran Church on Saturday, Nov. 9th. They returned home Sunday, Nov. 10th. John and Anna Rothi went to see Anna's mother Hazel Gibson of Beardsley on Sunday, Nov. 3rd. Jennifer Lien and her son Andy, who is now 15 months old, traveled to Ortonville on Friday, Nov. 8th to visit at her parents' home Craig and Kippy Randleman. Jennifer's husband Sid spent the week-end hunting with his dad Earle and some other friends in North Dakota. The Randlemans traveled to the Twin Cities with Jennifer and Andy; so tha' Jennifer They,[eturned home to Ortonville on Sundayx. LawrenL'and Ann Schmeig took Lillian Ninneman to supper Sunday night, Nov. 3rd. On Tuesday, Nov. 5th Lillian Ninneman went to a card party at the Ortonville Senior Center. Sunday, Oct. 27th Earl and Geraldine Heipler of Willmar visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Jerry Knevieal of the Cities visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Saturday, Nov. 2nd. Nov. 3rd Wanda Koepke visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Dean and Beverly Hanson and their two granddaughters from Milbank were Halloween night visitors of Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Thursday, Nov. 7th Carlene Wittnebel visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Penny and Mel Stelling from Phoenix, AZ spent a few days with Penny's mother Bliss Gerjets. They went to Brookings and spent a few days with Dennis Gerjets and family. Gladys Brehmer among others attended the birthdays for the recent months and December at the Lakeside Apartments. Gladys Brehmer brought Lorraine Schnaser as a guest. Friday, Nov. i st was a great day for Alnora Rawleigh. She had company from St. Cloud, Kay Novak and Keela, Heather, and Mitchell Johnson from Otsego. Jeff and Kari Conlon from Everett, WA and baby Alex along with grandma Loraine were recent visitors of Alnora Rawleigh. Saturday, Nov. 2nd Joe and Dorothy Coubal went to Montevideo and had brunch at Topper's Bar and Grill. They had brunch with Mary Jo Hagerud and Lou and Donna Coubal from Montevideo, and David and Debbie Hedin from Maynard. Sunday, Nov. 3rd David and Debbie Hedin spent all day Sunday with Joe and Dorothy Coubal of Ortonville. Thursday, Nov. 7th Lou and Donna Coubal from Montevideo spent the day with Joe and Dorothy Coubal. Jerry and Alma Jorgenson spent a couple of days Nov. 1st and 2rid at the home of their son Wayne and Fran Jorgenson at Paynesville to celebrate Jerry's birthday on Friday, Nov 1st. Nancy Behm of Fort Collins, CO and her son Ryan of St. Paul and Robert Jorgenson of Tucson, AZ, son of Wayne and Fran Jorgenson, also were there and all had an enjoyable time together those two days. Carol and Jane Asche and Vernon and Bert Longhenry were Sunday, Nov. 3rd evening visitors at the Jerry and Alma Jorgenson's .home and Jorgenson and Beth very enjoyable afternoon. Jerry and Alma Carol and Jane Asche Nov 8th evening visitorsl and Mary Wildung's Curtis celebrate Find a honey of a OF ANNUAL Food At the Coop ha NOV. 12, at 7:00 TO THE VOTERS OF BIG STONE COUNTY I sincerely "Thank You" for your VOTE, your SUPPORT and your CONFIDENCE in last week s eb It was greatly appreciated. The COUNTY RECORDER'S OFFICE, as always, welcome to the public to visit us. My staff, Karol Stotesbery and I," will be at your service. GLORIA ARND00F Big Stone County Recorder This ad inserted and paid the candidate in her own behalf, 1024 Ortonvine, MN 56278 TOWNSHIP PRECINCTS: OFFICE VOTED ON: AIm0na Ra), Tncomo - O] 0 0 JMoom 61 0 5 Normeoman 30] 27  17  w'e.i,..,x  *: 64] 5 22 Mo Kovatchav o] 0 2 MieheBe Malte HL"beck 0] 0 0 "Dick= eranson 01 0 0 Ea McGee O] 0 0 Pa weo O] 0 3 :. Wrens ^'J i0 O Dan Stavems C, Peterson Wdte-ins Slate Senate DtIL 20 Edck Harp" Gary W. Kubly Wdte-s stt, a. 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