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Big Stone Bowl . OPEN BOITLIG Wednesdays 5-10 PM and Sundays 2-5 PM Rock &apos;n' Bowl Every Friday at 9 PM ~ NI,]11 G IMI.] I|OOM - North Hwy. 75 Ortonville, MN Knoll for Bob Knoll, 79, were held Wednesday, 1998 in Zion Lutheran at Ortonville. Shalom was ten a with Gail and Knoll and were Jack Zehringer, 'Neill, Duane Stock, Johnny Silberstein and Russ Interment was in Mound William Knoll was born 1919, in Big Stone County, children born to William (Lundgren) Knoll. He was and confirmed in the faith. Bob attended country 14, 1941, he was united in to Evelyn Hegge at for four years. He and Evelyn owned and operated the Theatre of Seasons Cafe for 16 years, and the King Koin Laundromat for four years. Bob served as County Commissioner for 12 years, and was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church in Ortonville. He passed away in his sleep on Saturday, Nov. 14, 1998, reaching the age of 79 years, three months, and six days. Bob was known by many. His friends and family were a very important part of his life. He also enjoyed hunting, fishing, bowling, gardening, and dancing. He and Evelyn enjoyed traveling and camping. Bob will be missed by many, but he will be remembered by more. The life given to us by God is short, but the memory of a well spent life is eternal. Survivors include one daughter, Janet (Tom) Aafedt of Alvarado; one son, Gary (Carol) Knoll of Ortonville; two sisters, Doris (Jay) Folkens of Clinton and Frances Sackreiter of Milan; and three granddaughters, Valerie Knoll of Vermillion, SD, Tara veteran of World War II, (Shawn) Huebner of Colorado a prisoner of war for 27 Springs, CO and Deena Aafedt of After his discharge on Oct. Moorhead; and several nieces and Bob worked for 10 years as nephews. Bob was preceded in death h for Brolin Brothers. He by his parents; his wife Evelyn; one his own blacksmith shop sister, Veta; and one brother, Billy. Fuhrman services for Allen Jeffrey, Scott, Stephen and Brent. of Graceville, were held He farmed from 1956 to 1986, and Nov. 19, 1998 in Trinity he andMarlene ran Fuhrman Floral fl Lutheran Church near from19855 to 1996. Throughout his life, Allen was Keith Bilitz officiated with active with the Graceville Gun Club, Raddatz as organist, seTi ? ? treasurer for many years s were Bill Fuhrman, Scott He School Board Member for s, Jerry Fuhrman, Rick the Graceville Schools and held Y, Ernst Fuhrman, Larry various offices at Trinity Lutheran. d Scott Vogt Allen loved music, singing in a rment was " in Trinity quartet, and also loved hunting. Ileal Lutheran Cemetery. Mr. Fuhrman passed away Sunday, n Walter Fuhrman was born Nov. 15, 1998, at Abbott- }931, to Walter and Louise Northwestern Hospital in ,an)-Fuhrman at Graceville. Minneapolis, having reached the age tOng member of Trinity of67years, 10 months and 14de s -i . . . Y lcal Lutheran Church in Survivors include his wife, t, he was baptized as an infant Marlene, of Graceville; four sons, firmed April 2, 1944. Jeffrey (Julie) of Bemidji, Scott o attended West Central (Carol) of Fairmont, Stephen (Juana) .at Agriculture in Morris in the of Tracy, CA, and Brent (Darcy) of 40 s. As a very active 4-H Morris; three sisters, Norma Damerow ; he was a Junior Leader for of Chokio, LaVerna Nelson of ae. Oxnard, CA, and Shirley Vogt of Uig. 25, 1956, he was united in Chokio; and 12 grandchildren. e to Marlene Kelting at Trinity Allen was preceded in death by his I Church. They had four sons, parents. tie Englund  - !Oriel services were held for in Hudson, WI followinga iengthy ". Englund, 69, formerly of illness , We?dnesday, Nov. 18, at Our Verna Lou Griffith was born Nov. s Lutheran Church in Canby 22, 1928 at Ortonville, to parents Fred aStors Ran Warnes, Janet and Myrtle (Hedge) Griffith. She was Earl Dreyer officiating. , baptized at the Ortonville Methodist aearers were Verna s Church by Reverend Parish. She was !ildren, Peter, Eric, Sarah, a 1946 graduate of Ortonville High !, Rebecca and Stephen School. t, and Elizabeth, Hannah and She and Dewain Englund were wer. married Aug. 14, 1949 at Ortonville. tofferahn sang "Fairest Lord They lived at Volga, SD, and St ! "On Eagles Wings:" The James, MN before movin- to Canb" Ilion sang "It is Well with My in 1952 g Y ttfl "Crown Him With Many Ve--' ..................... i.P, At I., . ttlat wa t IIIILIIU[ Ol  fr t Keesnes was pianist, ra in ,.,, . g duat" g class of Southwest State UlSen, organlst. College at Marshall, where she .e family burial was in the received her B.S. degree. She taught -Ry Cemetery nor to the rades one P g and two at Marietta ',,. Schools from 1969-1990 when she tnglund died Sunday, Nov. retired from teachi-,- e Christian Community Home ,,b- She was an active member of Our Op00, Fr|., Nov. 27, 9am-6pm _ Sat., Nov. 28, 9am 5pm ,..,. Sun., Nov. 29, 1-4pm L=l. Enjoy Refreshments on Sunday 20% Off Christmas Regular Priced Merchandise kle<ls on  5peoal Pr, ces New Home. Sewing Machines and Mylock Sergers! See the Embroidery Machine at work! Make special gifts for your loved ones! Aprons- Robes - Vests - Jackets - Sweatshirts - Pajamas Shirts - Pillows - Crafts - Napkins Table Runners - Race Mats - Fabric Doily GIFT CERtiFICATES AVAILABLE/ Nov. 24,1998 Saviour's Lutheran Church in Canby, participating in the senior choir and handbell choir. Verna was an avid runner and ran in many local marathons. She enjoyed snow skiing, knitting, sewing, cooking and reading. She is ,urvived by her three children: Curt (Barb) Englund of Omaha, NE, and their children, Peter and Eric; Brad (Gwen) Englund of Woodbury, and their children Sarah, Michael, Rebecca and Stephen; and Ann (Mark) Bower of Loveland, CO and their children Elizabeth, Hannah and Michal; one brother, George Griffith of Quapaw, OK; and two sisters: Opal (Curt) Olson of Clinton, and Vera (Orlyn) Reich of Milbank, SD. Verna was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Dewain, two brothers and a grandchild. Sonny's (Continued from page 1) messages for everyone. The sale continues on Saturday from 9 a.m, to 5 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bring the camera, as Santa Claus will be handing out presents to good girls and boys from 1-4 p.m. on t Saturday, and screen printing and embroidery demonstrations will also be given throughout the day. During the sale and Christmas kickoff, there will be a garage sale at Sonny's Color Printing, with 3-400 brand new polos, t-shirts and sweatshirts from $1 to $5. A variety of jackets will also be marked to 60 percent off while supplies last. Located in the bright yellow building at the junction of Highways 7 and 12, Sonny's Color Printing can handle all of your high quality screen printing and embroidery needs. Whether it be jackets, t-shirts, sweatshirts, caps, quilts or ties, Sonny's offers the highest quality at the lowest prices. Sonny and Artie also offer a wide variety of Christmas stationery in stock for all your letters to Santa Claus! A new addition to Sonny's Color Printing came last week, as the business purchased a state-of-the-art screen printing dryer. Sonny says the dryer offers the business faster production while still maintaining their usual high standard of quality. See the full-page advertisement for this weekend's open house and Christmas kickoff sale at Sonny's Color Printing inside this issue. +' KDIO Drawing Box :1 It1 |l it- ,r | t ' "   r' t'J'..:  t4":i!! .... s,  "= holiday "" "t' ?'? O''9Oa  S "j 4-1 " -""'-"'-  boxed cards :  , ,, ',.  " III,:, :-!lqR . .,,.-I .. gc ) 5O'/o off ..  J   0 .. __ . +. " NEW ENGLAND VILLAGE" '  g"" .... " " i ] :  - ,,, . Sweatsh:rts  "'1 20%OFF  Handrnade in the USA s,nce 1905 Fine lace: a truly unique gift item. -SUNDAY ONLY. COLLECTION CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY L s.. November 29th, 1-4 PM  ;/.] [Buy $100 or more of regular  1 OL i  _ I priced merchandise from ---B 70 1 r r serving I--7 J our Gift Dept. and buy a F.... F,+ r',-,.,.,4 ,.,.....,4 .Apple Cider with_ I Princess, Erin or Glory . .Ju.t .xJzc, ,L..cUU d.JtJU Muumg upices ana L Beanie Baby for $5.00 , Picture Frame Depts. 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