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l Church & Social Winthrop News • Wednesday, May 12,. 9010 • Page 4 I I Engagement Bob and Cindy Youngblom of Lafayette are excited to announce the engagement of their daughter, Tiffany, to Christopher Meisler, son of Ken and Denise Metisler of Wasilla, Alaska. Tiffany graduated May 7, 2010 from Bemidji State University with a degree in Business Administration-Finance. Christopher graduated in May 2009 from Beraidji State University with a Biology degree. A July 24, 2010 wedding date is being planned. Tiffany Youngblom and. Christopher Meisler Occasions You are invited to an Open House Come and Go Bridal Shower honoring Carolyn Decko, bride to be of Zack Reeves, on Saturday May 22nd, 2010 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. at Augustana Lutheran Church in Gibbon. Parents are Angie and Del Decko, Gwen Reeves, Steve Rickheim, Bob Reeves and Marion Gorman. The couple is registered at Target and Kohl's. 29 Wp APOSTOIJC CHRISTIAN Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. & 1:00 p.m. AUGUSTANA LUTHERAN Pastor Kelly Knox Gibbon Wed, May 12; 6:30 pm Training for Affirmation (fnal class); 7 pm Sr. Choir. Sun, May 16; 8:45 am S. S. (final week); 10 am Worship Service/Senior Recognition Sunday. CLEAR LAKE BAPTIST Pastor Reverend R. Flores Gibbon Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Everyone welcome. EVANGELICAL COVENANT Pastor Kyle Kachelmeier Wed, May 12; 9 am Prayer and cof- fee; 6 pm Awana parenks awards night; 7:30 pm Worship team practice. Thu, May 13; 9:30 am Women's Bible study. & Heating Cooperative ii!ii;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiii!iiiii!iiiiiiiii!iiiiiiii!iiiiiii!iiii!iiii Winthrop State Bank "Where money deposited at honw, stays at home" 6,7-5371, Winthrop Member FDIC Taco Night Good O1' games will be held at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Gibbon on Friday, May 14. Afternoon snack will be provided at 3:15 pm before we begin some 3 legged and wheelbarrow races. Children are welcome to join us until parents can arrive. Devotion at 5:45 will be followed by potluck supper. Public invited all singles, couples, and families are invited to jof n iff at any time. Remember to bring along your favorite board or card games. Any questions, please email imgibbon@gmail.com or call Pastor Gorte (834-6105). Kiwanis to fill sand boxes The Winthrop Kiwanis Club will again be filling sand boxes around the city. For more information or to have your sand box filled, call 64?-2238 and leave a message with your name and phone number. The Winthrop Red Hats The Winthrop Red Hats will be going to Hutchinson to the China Buffet on Thursday May 13th. Please meet at the Peace Lutheran Church parking lot at 6:00 to car pool. Everyone welcome. Cards of Thanks Heartfelt thanks for all the many prayers, cards, food, kind- ness and support given to me and Len during my recent surgery and illness. Thank you to the Winthrop Ambulance crew for their quick response and to the doctors and nursing staffs' at ISJ and Sibley Medical Hospitals for their excel- lent care. I want to thank Pastor Tessmer • for his visits and prayers I feel I've been truly Blessed, thank you. Betty Biermann 29 Wp Thank you to everyone who • signed up at Hanson Drug & Gift and for all the otber wonderful presents I received at my bridal shower. It was greatly appreciated. Amy Burgstahler 29Wp Sun, May 16:9:30 a,n Worship confirmation Sunday; 10:45 am Last S.S. & confirmation class. Mon. May 17:5 pm Aerobics. Wed, May 19:9 am Prayer and cof- fee; 7 pm Sr. Hi. Youth group. FAITH UNITED (Methodist and UCC Traditions) whatagreatchurch.org/faithuc Pastor Eric Haugan Fri, May 14; 10:15 am Local clergy meeting Covenant Church. Sun, May 16; 9 am Worship; 10:15 am S.S. FIRST LUTHERAN Interim Pastor James Snyder Wed, May 12; 4:30-6:30 pill Confimmtion at Peace; 6 pm Bell prac- tice. Thu, May 13; 1:30 pm Devotions at Care Center. Sat, May 15; 11 am - 2 pm Open house wedding shower for Joni Cole and Mark Becket. Sun, May 16; 9 anl Worship com- munion; 10 am Fellowship; 10:15 am S.S. Tue, May 18; 9 am MN Valley pas- tors meet; 9:30 am WELCA devotions at Lafayette Assisted Living. PEACE I,UTHERAN Pastor Bob Miner 507-647-5374 Wed, May" 12; 4:30 Pm Confirmation class; 7 pnl Council meeting. Sat, May 15:1:30 pnl Devotions at Care Center. Sun, May 16; 9 anl Worship service Traditional w/Comnlunion; 10 am Fellowship hour/S.S; 11:15 am Praise teanl worshil w/Comnmnion. Wed, May 19; 4:30 pm Confinnation class; 7:45 pm WELCA nleeting. ST. FRANCIS DE SALES Catholic Church Area Catholic Parishes Ft'. Ronald Huberty, Pastor 507-426-7125 May and June; Sat, 5:00 pnl • Franklin. Sun, 8:00 anl Gibbon; 9:30 am ' Faiffax; I 1:00 a,n Winthrop. ZION LUTHERAN (WELS) www.zionwinthrop.com Pastor Paul Tesslner Wed, May 12; 3:45 pm 7-8th grade Catechisnl; 7 pm Good Samaritan handbell concert. Thu, May 13; 7 pm Worship with colnmuniou. Sun, May 16; 8:45 am S.S; 9 am Bible study; 10 am Worship; 11 aria Graduate reception; 7 pm Bible class at "Jaegers. Mon, May 17; 1:30 pm Care Center; 7 pm Ladies Bible study. BERNADOTE LUTHERAN Pastor Garry Grunzke Wed, May 12; 6 pm Confinnation 8th grade. Thu, May 13; 9:30 am Bible study LGSAL. Fri, May 14: 2:15 pm Devotions WGSC. Sun. May 16:8 am Worship SL: 9:30 am Worship FLC; 9:45 am S.S. BLC; 10:15 am Worship com. meeting Fellowship; 11 am Worship BLC. Mon, May 17; 8 pm BLC council. Tue, May 18; 10 am Text study FLC. Wed, May 19; 6 pm 8th grade Confirmation. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN (Bismarck) Wed, May 12; 1:30 pm Devotions at Care Center; 7 pm Mother daughter banquet. Fri, May 14; 10:15 am GFW Pastor meeting; 2-4:30 pnl Pastor's office hours in Femando. Sat, May 15; l0 am .Confimlation instruction at Femando. "Sun, May 16; 8:30 aln Worship with S.S. singing; 9:30 am Last ses- seion of S.S. ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN Fri, May 14; SPLS track meet in Hutchinson. Sun, May 16; 8:45 am S.S; 9 am Bible class; l0 am Service H/C. GAYLORD ASSEMBIN OF GOD - Gaylord Pastor Bob ltohnbeck Wed, May 12; 6:30 pm Bible class; 8:30 pm Youth focused. Thu, May 13; 8 am Ladies Bible study. Sun, May 16; 10 anl S.S; 10 mn Worship. Wed, May 19; 6.G0 pm BiNe class; 8:30 pm Youth focused. Need a ride call 507-237-5117. ST. MATTHEW'S LUTHERAN Wed, May 12; 1:30 pm Devotions Care Center in Winthrop. Fri, May 14; 10:15 am GFW Pastors meeting; 2-4:30 pin Pastor's office hours at Femmldo. Sat, May 15; 10 anl Confinnation class at Femando. Sun, May I6; 10:15 am Worship. Wed, May 19; 9 am WELCA nleet- ing and Bible study. IMMANUEL LUTHERAN Wed, May 12; 3:30 pm Confimlation; 7 pm Choir. Thu, May 13; 7 pnl Ascension wor- slip. Fri, May 14; 3:30 pm Fanlily fun night. Sat, May 15; 10 am MLC com- mencement; 2:30 MLC call service. Sun, May 16; 8:45 am S.S; 8:45 am Bible class; 10 am Worship. Tue, May 18; 7:30 pnl Elders meet; 8 pm Church council nleeting. Wed, May 19; 3:30 Confmlation; 7 pm Choir. Obituaries Mildred Hauer Mildred M. Hauer, 85, of Winthrop, died Tuesday, May 4, 2010, at her home. Funeral services were held at "10:30 a.m., Friday, May 7, at St. Francis deSales Catholic Church in Winthrop, with Rev. Ronald V. Huberty officiating. Interment was at the Winthrop Cemetery• Casketbearers were Millie's grandchildren• Visitation was held from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday, and one hour prior to the services on Friday, at the Dalin- Hantge Funeral Chapel in Winthrop. She is survived by children Mike (Jean) Hauer, New Prague, Dennis Hauer, Winthrop, Ann (Art) Wann, New Prague and Joan Hauer, Crystal; grandchildren Kelly Mork, Kathy Hergott, Jim Hauer, Tami Bahr, Kurt Wann and Lisa Ingebrand; great-grandchildren Runnar and Jesiah Bahr, Hunter Mork, Dave Kindt, and Anna Ingebrand; siblings Joseph, Alton, Leo, Ralph and Matthew Scheffier and Sister Mary Lucy; nieces, nephews and many other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband on February 18, 1985; infant son Joseph Hauer; and siblings Edward Scheffier, Mary Karl, Louise Jaruszewski, Florence McCarthy and Margaret Stans. Millie was born on April 11, 1925, in Helena Township, a daugh- ter of George and Anna Scheffier. She married Donald Hauer at St. Patrick Catholic Church on June 9, 1945, and they resided and farmed jn New Market until 1973, when they moved to a farm near Winthrop. Millie Was a member of the Francis de Sales Catholic Church and the Council of Catholic Women (CCW). She was a great cook, and enjoyed gardening, playing cards and visiting with family and friends. When Millie needed assistance with her care, her son, Dennis, was her care- taker in her home until her death. Lafayette Charter School menu Wed, May 12: Macaroni goulash or Bologna sandwich, let- tuce salad, fruit, bread and milk. Thu, May 13: Mini corn dogs or Turkey sandwich, broccoli, fruit jello, bread and milk. Fri, May 14: Cheese quesadilla or Roast beef sandwich, california vegetables, fruit, bread and milk. Mon, May 17: Grilled cheese & tomato soup or PBJ sandwich, corn, fruit, bread and milk. Tue, May 18: Pigs in a blanket or Bologna sandwich, broccoli, fruit, bread and milk. 6th Annual Senior Expo The 6th annual Senior Expo will be held on Tuesday, May 18, from 9:00 a,m. til 3:00 p.m. at the Verizon Wireless Center in Mankato, MN. Free Admission._ Contact Tricia Stenberg, Marketing Specialist 507-389- 3000. The sixth annual Senior Expo will be coming to the Verizon Wireless Center on May 18th, 2010 hosted by the Verizon Wireless Center. Admission i Free! The event highlights include, informational seminars on health topics, financial planning and more, no cost medical screenings, an exhibit hall featuring 90+ booths with services and products for the active older adults/seniors, entertainment, prize drawings, refreshments, low cost lunches,, and Dr. Dale Anderson" M.D. Banquet Hall Main .Stage at 2:30 p.m. This "one man medicine show" prescribes and dispenses UPbeat theater Methods that turn on the "chemistry" of childlike success• Doctors'say "happy peo- . pie are healthier." Happiness is an •j infectious state that can have a beneficial impact on health. You , are born equipped with an inner cellular pharmacy that can med- icate you to be more joy full and' : age less. Turn it on. Dr. Dale Anderson M.D. shares humorous, ' fun and creative method acting techniques that dramatically " enhance health and wealth by gen- erating the chemistry of success• Age Well Network Stage in the Center Arena. 9:30 am Getting your ducks in a row as you grow older• 10:00 am A new approach to join replacement surgery (IS J) 10:30 am Communicating with people who have Dementia 11:00 am Summit Stompers 1t:30 am The Minnesota Health care Directive 12:00 pm Thro Company 1:00 pm Osteoporosis (Mankato- Clinic) 1:30 pm Summit StoPpers For more information on the Senior Expo, contact Tricia Stenberg of the Verizon Wireless Center at (507) 389-3000. Five easy ways to add a touch of spring .to your home decor The arrival of spring has long been celebrated by people of every faith and from every corner of the globe as a time to say farewell to th'e cold and gray of winter and to welcome the return of warmth and color and the beginnings of now life. While spring is breathing new life into the outdoors, it's also a perfect time to add a little season- al oomph to your indoor environ- ment. Here is an assortment of tips for brightening your homein cele- bration of spring. Change is in the air. Spring is a perfect time to bring the outdoors in. Spring flowers, arranged either in one large bunch or in several mini-bouquets placed in nooks throughout the house are not only a visual treat, but emit refreshing springtime scents. Biighten up. Adding seasonal touches to your home can be as easy as painting a piece of furni- ture, a single wall or the trim in the sunniest room in your florae. The best colors for spring are light, clean, refreshing, and natural as opposed to either pale pastels or deep, color-drenched hues. Consider paint colors inspired by . nature, such as shamrock, violet, slate and goldenrod. Lighten up. It's hard to imagine that spring has sprung in a room decked out in velv& .or other heavy fabrics. Warm days and spring breezes call otit for sheer or lightweight curtaifis, slipcovers in natural soli'd-colored or floral fab- rics, and decorative pillows that bring splashes of color into the room. It's not necessary to replace all of the fabrics in a room to usher in a new season. Sometimes sim- ply changing out pillows and removing warm winter throwg is enough. Floor it. Don't forget to give your floors a spring facelift as well. Substitute lighter cotton, sisal, jute or seagrass rugs in natu- ral shades for the heavy wool rugs that feel so right when the weather turns cold." (Spring and summer are also perfect times to have wool rugs cleaned and/or repaired•) Re-view. Shifting tile arrange- ment of the furniture and decora- tive pieces in a i'oom can have a major impact orl its look and feel. During the cold winter months, it may be comforting to be nestled in a chair that faces a fireplace• But once the' weather warms up and the flowers begin to bloom, the best view in the house might well " be out the window. Invite spring " into your home with a' furniture. arrangement that is oriented toward a window or other source of natural light. Then sit down and enjoy the view.