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On to state
GSL boys, girls earn state berths
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The McLeod County
Glencoe, Minnesota Vol. 116, No. 22
Class president: So don’t be afraid; dreams come true
By Joseph Fehrenbach Class president Good evening ladies and gentlemen, teachers, faculty and fellow classmates. Welcome and thank you for coming tonight. Freedom! We’re done! We put in the time and the effort! We no longer have the disease known as senioritis. In a short while we will be receiving our diplomas and officially be graduating from GlencoeSilver Lake High School. And what a four years this journey has been! This class has accomplished many things together and has created what I’m sure will be lifelong friendships. No one here can deny that this class is the most athletic, the smartest, and the most responsible class that this school has ever seen. We have accomplished this by always pushing each other and striving to be better, with much help from our parents, teachers, friends and community! I want to thank all our parents for always caring for us and loving us even when we make dumb decisions. Thank you to our teachers for always challenging us and pushing us to do our best. Thank you to all our friends, who were always there for us. And thank you to the community and Boosters Club for all the support they have given us. We wouldn’t be where we are today without all the support we have received. As I put on my gown this morning, I was reminded of my first day of kindergarten. I remember getting on the bus with a sense of fear and trepidation. I was entering a new part of life outside my home and away from parents. I also remember my first day in high school. I was a little nervous because the school seemed really big to me, and I didn’t know where all my classes were and what high school would be like. As I stand in front of you today, I have the same sense of fear. We are done with high school, but what do we do now? Where do we go from here? I really don’t know what is going to happen. Sure, we have plans, but when does anything ever go as planned? Some of us will be going into the armed forces, some to college, and others will choose to start working. Some are ready to go to experience true independence for the first time. Others, like myself, are fearful of the unknown. Fearful of how my laundry will get done! I think, sometimes, we are so scared about the future that we forget to live in the present. Many of us are scared to go off to college. Scared of what will happen to our relationhsips with our friends when we are separated by great distances for long periods of time. Some of us may be holding back because we are scared. Don’t pass up opportunities for fear of
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Assessments draw a crowd
By Rich Glennie Editor About 25 people attended Monday’s public hearing on the city’s 2013 street improvement plan that will include special assessments for a portion of the nearly $2.2 million project. The first phase of a multiphased comprehensive street improvement plan will include a combination of partial reconstruction, mill and overlay and crack sealing and sealcoating of streets in 2013. The majority of the work will be the less intrusive crack sealing and sealcoating, and those are considered maintenance issues and will not be assessed, according to Justin Black of Short Elliott Hendrickson (SEH), the city consulting engineer. But a 35 percent assessment on the partial reconstruction and mill and overlay work will be paid by benefiting property owners, and that was the rub with most of those in attendance. Several people who spoke asked the city to have the entire community pay for the work rather than assess portions of the cost to individual property owners, But Mayor Randy Wilson said City Council has been working on these improvement plans for a couple of years and has looked at a va-
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The Glencoe-Silver Lake graduation ceremony include special recognition to the top academic students in the class of 2013. The top 10 percent of the class included the following 13 students, front, from left, Kaitlyn Boesche, Katie Urban, Kelly Beneke, Alexandra
Stensvad, Shannon Twiss and Taylor Mohr. In the back are Kyle Polzin, Eric Thalmann, Ray Eberhard, Reed Dunbar, Luke Weiers, Matthew Mickolichek and Joseph Fehrenbach. Boesche, Mohr and Polzin were named covaledictorians for the class.
New 1-sort recycling collects 28 tons in May
By Rich Glennie Editor Glencoe City Council on Monday night was almost giddy over the first month’s recyling statistics from its new one-sort program that began in May. In all, over 24 tons of recyclable materials were collected in Glencoe during the first month, well ahead of the best five-sort month last year (April, 2012) at 17.9 tons. It was estimated that another four tons from the north side would have been collected if the first collection had been a full twoweek period. That would have put the May total at over 28 tons. At 28 tons in May, that is a 57 percent increase using the single-sort program, said Mayor Randy Wilson. The average monthly five-sort statistics from 2012 were 15.15 tons using the county’s five-sort program. The May 6 collection on the north side of the city (one week’s worth) finished with 4.38 tons. Thirteenth Street is the divide between north and south. On week two (south side) another 5.86 tons were collected. The first full two-week collection cycle occurred on May 20 (north side) and resulted in 8.38 tons. The May 28 (south side) collected was 5.41 tons. Wilson said the majority of the comments he has heard is that the single-sort program “is great” and that it is easier to use and more products are collected and recycled.
GSL graduates 138 seniors, names 3 co-valedictorians
Boesche, Mohr, Polzin tops in class of 2013
By Rich Glennie Editor The 19th annual commencement for the Glencoe-Silver Lake High School and Stevens Seminary was held Friday night in the high school gymnasium for the 138 seniors in the class of 2013. GSL High School Principal gave the opening address, and senior class president, Joseph Fehrenbach, gave the student address. (Both speeches are inside today’s Chronicle.) The class had three co-valedictorians this year in Kaitlyn Boesche, daughter of Jeff and Donna Boesche; Taylor Mohr, daughter of John and Bonnie Mohr; and Kyle Polzin, son of Kevin and Shari Polzin. Also recognized were the top 10 percent of the class — 13 students. They include: Kelly Beneke, daughter of John and Monica Beneke; Boesche; Reed Dunbar, son of Bill and Marilyn Dunbar; Raymond Eberhard, son of Robert and Gloria Eberhard; Fehrenbach, son of Brian and Donna Fehrenbach; Matthew Mickolichek, son of Mark and Patti Mickolichek; Mohr; Polzin; Alexandra Stensvad, daughter of Duane and Roxanne Stensvad; Eric Thalmann, son of Brian and Karen Thalmann; Shannon Twiss, daughter of Dennis and Anne Twiss; Katie Urban, daughter of Gregg and Linda Urban; and Luke Weiers, son of Rodney and Debra Weiers. Polzin also was named the 2013 Outstanding Senior Boy, while Mercy Rakow was named the Outstanding Senior Girl by the GSL faculty. They were selected on four characteristics: honor, scholarship, leadership and service. The GSL High School Band, under the direction of Peter Gepson, performed prelude selections and the recessional “Pomp and Circumstance” at the end of the ceremony. The GSL Concert Choir and senior choir members, under the direction of Randi Erlandson, also sang. Senior class adviser Paul Lemke presented the class to 2013 after the diplomas were presented to the enthusiastic seniors, who tossed their mortarboards into the air. Besides Fehrenbach, the other class officers were Rakow, vice president; Brooke Kaczmarek, secretary; and Beneke, treasurer. The class motto is “If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it.” Class colors were black, purple and silver. The class flower was purpletipped white Gerbera daisy.
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Assessments Continued from page 1 Happenings
Glencoe Legion to meet June 6
The Glencoe American Legion Post 95 regular monthly meeting will be held on Thursday, June 6, at 7 p.m. in the basement of Glencoe VFW Post 5102. All members are encouraged to attend. The installation of officers will be part of the agenda. Lunch will be served. riety of funding options. It boils to down to the city’s need to bond for the work, and with bonds comes a state statute that requires at least 20 percent of the cost be assessed to properties benefiting from the improvements, Wilson explained. To do that, requires the 35 percent assessment for the partial reconstruction and milling/overlay work to compensate for the sealcoating that is not assessed, Black explained. ***** Black outlined the opening phase of the street improvement plan that mainly involves the northwest quadrant of the community. In 2013, two areas will require partial reconstruction — West 17th Street between Fir and Cedar avenues in the northwest corner and First Street from Hennepin Avenue west to Andrew Drive ($522,000). Several other streets will have the street surface milled off and replaced with a new overlay of bituminous ($1.238 million). Most of that work is on 16th Street and portions of Birch Avenue and Cedar Avenue, also in the northwest end of the community. The rest of the work is sealcoating and cracking sealing ($360,000). All the costs are engineer’s estimates, Black cautioned, and once City Council approval is given, bids will be let and more precise dollar amounts will be available for the assessment hearing tentatively planned for Aug. 19. If all goes as planned, work would begin in late summer or early fall and be completed by Nov. 1, Black said. ***** But not everyone was happy with the plans. Earl Dammann, who lives on West 13th Street, said his dead-end street has low traffic volume. “There’s hardly anything wrong with the street.” But Black said there is a life expectancy for streets which tend to dry out and crack over time. He said water, “the enemy of every street,” seeps into those cracks and breaks up the bituminous. “It is beyond sealcoating,” Black added. Another resident on First Street near Oak Leaf Park questioned work on his street, which was redone only three years ago. Black said First Street, especially along the curbs, has deteriorated due to not having proper drainage, “and it is only going to get worse.” He said the partial reconstruction of First Street will focus on the outside edges of the street and not the center of the street. Tim Halligan, who lives on Cedar Avenue, said while he and another neighbor will be assessed for milling and overlay work, other neighbors on the street will not. While Halligan said the work is welcomed, the way of assessing “seems a bit unfair.” He kiddingly offered to set up a toll booth on his street to help pay for his assessments. “We have to follow the rules,” Wilson said of the state statutes on assessment for bonding. John Rodeberg of SEH told Halligan that it will all balance out in the long run. He said his non-assessed neighbors will likely pay for improvements later. Adam Dammann, a West 17th Street resident, said the partial reconstruction of his street is needed, but he questioned whether a second layer of blacktop was ever put on that street in the first place. Wilson said there have been poor soils and water issues with that street that were part of the NorthCountry Estates development. Bruce Donnay, who lives on Birch Avenue, asked if the city was certain the tile under his street was working. He said an old farm tile was cut off when the street was extended, and that has been the main problem of why he gets water in his basement even though his house is on a little higher ground. Karen Jannusch, a Cedar Avenue resident, asked where the general fund money for streets is spent each year. Wilson said the city once set aside $150,000 to $180,000 a year for street repairs, but in recent years, with continual budget cuts, that money was trimmed back to about $20,000 to $40,000 a year. While street maintenance continues, Wilson said when utilities need to be replaced, then the city looks at bonding for that work, using other funds to help pay the bonds. Jannusch asked if property taxes will increase, too. The aim is to not raise property taxes, Wilson said, and that is why the city has waited until some of the older
Free airplane rides June 8
There will be free airplane rides for ages 8 to 17 as part of EAA’s Young Eagles program. The rides are sponsored by Glencoe’s EAA Chapter 92 and will take place at Glencoe’s Municipal Airport on Saturday, June 8, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. A rain date would be the following Saturday, June 15, at the same time. All youths need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. All pilots are licensed and members of EAA’s national organization. For more information, call 320-238-2376.
Plato Lions host Dairy Day
The Plato Lions will host burger night and dairy day, with free ice cream, from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Friday, June 14. Engelmann Dairy is providing the ice cream, toppings and cheese. The McLeod County Dairy Association is providing door prizes, and all the proceeds will go to local Lions projects.
VFW Auxiliary meet June 10
The next regular meeting of the Glencoe VFW Auxiliary to Post 5102 will be held at 7:30 p.m., Monday, June 10, at the VFW Club.
Thrivent picnic set June 18
All Thrivent members are invited to attend the McLeod County Thrivent Chapter summer picnic at 6 p.m., Tuesday, June 18, at Christ the King Lutheran Church in Hutchinson. Chicken, beverages and dinnerware are provided; please bring a dish to pass. Maizey the Clown will entertain, so bring your family and invite your friends! RSVP to 320-238-2148 or cindye@hutchtel.net.
Abundant Table set June 5
The Abundant Table community meal is set for Wednesday, June 5, in the basement fellowship hall at Christ Lutheran Church, 1820 Knight Ave., in Glencoe. The meal is free and open to families and children, elderly and all seeking fellowship or in need of a helping hand. The doors open at 4:30 p.m. for fellowship and serving is at 5 p.m. Participants are asked to notify the church by calling 320-864-4549 in order to know how many meals to prepare.
city debt is paid off first. Paula Bulau said the city does not assess for parks, so why for streets? She also pointed out the city has better use for its money than the Morningside Avenue extension project, or for maintaining the city trails. Wilson said the Morningside project involves municipal state aid dollars that cannot be used for regular city streets, only for those designated as municipal state aid streets. As to spending on trails, Wilson said there can be “differing opinions.” Mike Schuetz, a resident on West 17th Street, asked why the city’s general fund should not pay for the work. Council member Gary Ziemer said if the city used general fund dollars, property taxes would go up accordingly. City Administrator Mark Larson estimated that would increase the local levy by about 100 percent. Larson said the general fund has about $1.8 million in reserves, but the project will cost about $2.2 million. “We don’t have the money.” Also, Larson explained, the city’s reserve funds are used to cash flow the city’s budget between payments from the state that occur twice a year. Numerous other comments also were made during the hearing. Former City Council member Gary Ballard spoke after the hearing and said, in the past, money was always set aside in the city’s street fund. “What’s wrong with you people? Don’t you get it?” Ballard demanded. “Why didn’t you run (for City Council) against Dan
(council member Perschau) last election?” snapped Larson. “I’m tired of getting beat up!” Ballard snapped back. Wilson said sides can disagree on issues, but, by and large, Council’s work is representative of the people’s wishes. He said the comprehensive street improvement plan is a good plan for roads, and there is a history for assessing that dates back to the 1960s. ***** Larson said this is just phase one of a many-phased street improvement plan. “We selected these (as phase one) because there are no utilities under the streets.” He said phase two planned for 2014 has a lot more underground work involved, and “utilities will be replaced.” “This phase has the easiest fixes,” Larson said. He said the aim is to get the best bang for the dollars this year. “All cities struggle with this,” Larson said of needed street improvements. Many of Glencoe’s streets and underground utilities are 50 to 60 years old or older. How to pay for them is the big issue. “We try not to do a piecemeal process,” Wilson said, and that is why City Council waited for the debt service to come off so as not to have to raise property taxes. Black said the assessments, which are based on property footage abutting the project, can be paid within 30 days after the assessments are approved, or they can be certified to the county and paid off over a 10-year period. They can be paid in full anytime during that 10-year period, he added.
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NOTICE TO PARENTS/GUARDIANS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS
GLENCOE-SILVER LAKE SCHOOL DISTRICT #2859
This is the official notice to parents and guardians of special education students that the Glencoe-Silver Lake School District retains records for seven (7) years after a student's graduation date. Special Education Records for students who graduated in the 2005-2006 school year will be destroyed on July 30, 2013, unless a parent, guardian, or the special education student makes a request in writing to the school district and makes arrangements to pick the records up at the District Office at Lincoln Junior High School, 1621 E. 16th St., Glencoe, before July 30, 2013. If you have further questions about obtaining your child's special education records please contact Becky Dahl, MARSS Coordinator, at 320-864-2494 or at BDahl@gsl.k12.mn.us. Anne Twiss, Clerk SCHOOL BOARD INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT #2859
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Glencoe seniors to meet
The Glencoe Senior Citizens group will meet at 12:30 p.m., Thursday, June 6, at the senior room in the Glencoe City Center. The group will play 500 and Sheephead, and all area senior citizens are invited to attend. The club also will meet at 12:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 11, for card playing. To be included in this column, items for Happenings must be received in the Chronicle office no later than 5 p.m. on Monday of the week they are to be published. Items received after that will be published elsewhere in the newspaper as space permits. Happenings in Glencoe, Brownton, Stewart, Plato, New Auburn, Biscay and Silver Lake take priority over happenings elsewhere.
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the unknown. Nothing in life is worthwhile unless you take risks. Don’t be afraid of failure. Sometimes this is how we learn best. Out of failure have come many successes, such as the incandescent lightbulb. Edision failed 1,000 times to create the lightbulb before he succeeded. Nelson Mandela once said, “There is no passion to be found in playing small and settling for a life that’s less than the one you are capable of living.” We are never guaranteed a tomorrow. Our lives can be changed in a single instant. We need to learn to treasure what we have and never take anything for granted. We need to remember to take risks and to not settle for less in life than what we are capable of. I’d like to end tonight with a simple poem written by my younger brother, Jacob, when he was 10 years old, entitled “Life.” People are changing lives Lives are changing people A life; a journey A journey; a dream Living life, a passion Dreaming big, a desire Life moves fast Don’t forget to live it But if you work hard, Play hard, live hard Then, life is a dream come true!
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Glencoe Days schedule gets revised
Due to a sudden change, the 6 p.m. Glencoe Days event scheduled for Saturday, June 22, at Oak Leaf Park has been changed. The Buck ZumHofe wrestling is being replaced by Sumo wrestling at Oak Leaf Park. Also added is an appearance of the Minnesota Millers beep baseball team at Vollmer Field. The latter event, set for 6 p.m., Saturday, featuring blind ballplayers, is sponsored by the Glencoe Lions.
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The Glencoe Water Department will be flushing hydrants beginning April 8th and ending approximately June 28th, 2013. This maintenance program is designed to check operations and flows of hydrants, provide maintenance on the hydrants, and flush out any high iron content in the distribution system. If you experience any rusty water problems during this time, please call 864-5586 so the problem can be corrected as soon as possible. It is possible at the time of flushing to experience a temporary loss of pressure. This is a normal occurrence and the pressure will be restored in a short period to time. Sorry for any inconvenience you may encounter during this maintenance period. Thank you, Glencoe Water Department
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School is about building relationships, memories
By Paul Sparby High school principal Good evening! On behalf of the Board of Education, Superintendent Sonju, Assistant Principal Svoboda, Senior Advisor Lemke, and most importantly our graduates, I’d like to welcome all students, staff, family, and friends to the 2013 Glencoe-Silver Lake graduation ceremony. I would also like to recognize and thank Mary Ann Drew and Cheryl Templin for all of the work and organizing they do to make our graduation ceremony successful. They are often working behind the scenes and most people do not realize all they do to make all of this happen. Thank you both for all of your time and efforts. So here we are … you have reached the peak; 13 years ago you all started a journey … today you have reached the end of that journey. I would like to start by congratulating all of our graduating seniors on your accomplishments that brought all of us here today. Every year when I have to prepare this speech, I try to find a theme or message that emulates our senior class. This is never an easy task and one that I don’t take lightly. The theme that I have come up with for this group of seniors is “relationships.” The reason I have chosen this theme for this group, is because this was a very unique group of kids that was so involved in so many things within the school, their communities and their churches as well as many other organizations. But what really makes this group unique is that even with being so involved in so many different activities, they did it at a very high level! Here is an example of this: A certain senior participating in our commencement today missed seventh period 26 times during third trimester … 26 absences! Putting this into perspective, a trimester is usually 55 to 60 days. Your first thought might be, “Wow, and this kid is graduating?” What if I also told you that EVERY SINGLE ONE of those absences was because of a school-related activity. Besides being a fulltime student, he was also a member of the soccer team, study group and the great times we had studying together! This group of seniors was great to work with, but what made them great beside their academic achievements, was their involvement and investment in their school and their communities. It is through those investments where you create your memories and develop your relationships. When you look back 10 years from now … 20 years from now … scoreboards and details will fade, but you will be able to remember that special play from the big game that most likely had nothing to do with the outcome. You probably won’t be able to remember what you got for a grade in senior social, BUT I bet you will all remember when you had to be a gladiator and try to slay the mighty lion on Mr. Magnuson’s window with a nerf bow and suction cup arrow! You probably won’t remember who was selected as the homecoming king and queen, BUT who will ever forget the pepfest and seeing Mr. DeCorsey in a cheerleader outfit? I, for one, have been trying for almost nine months now but to no avail! Trust me when I say, scores, achievements, and grades will fade, the relationships and memories will not! To test my theory, I sent a text message to the 14 seniors who were a member of either student government or student activities and asked them this question, “What is your best memory of GSL and why?” I wanted to see what I would get for a response. Would their responses be focused on awards and academics, or relationships? As a group, they didn’t disappoint me and only reinforced my theory when I got responses such as … 1) National BPA because of Disney World, swimming in the ocean and the OPPORTUNITY to meet a lot of new people. 2) Here is another response, but I don’t want to give up the student’s identity, and I quote: “Making breakfast in Mrs. Wiblemo’s room and not getting caught. We had pancakes cooking, bacon, the whole works!” Mitch, please stop and see me after commencement tonight … we NEED to have a little chat! 3) Or how about this response that I got from two students. “The time Bernice and I threw dodgeballs at your face!” Speaking of which, Mackenzie and Bernice, after commencement tonight, please wait with Mitch. I also had other responses but they all had one thing in common, they were all about relationships and experiences. Jane Howard summed it up best with this quote, “Call it a clan, call it a network, call it a tribe, call it a family, call it whatever you want! But no matter what you call it, whoever you are, you need one.” This is a concept that this senior group has not only adopted, they have lived it, and they have practiced it every day throughout their high school career. I said at the beginning you have reached the peak. That was actually a lie; you are still in the foothills! You have completed a journey, but this journey is just a small stepping stone. But to me, that is what is exciting for all of you. As a group, you have built a tremendous foundation here at GSL and that foundation is going to serve you well as you all move on to bigger and better things. I hope you understand the importance of getting involved, of building relationships, and how to make meaningful memories. The challenge I would like to present to all of you is this, no matter where you go, how much money you make, what you accomplish, or where you might end up living, don’t forget about where you came from and your clan, your network, your GSL family. As a group, you have accomplished wonderful things together over the past 13 years. Cherish those memories and keep them strong as you continue to build and create new memories. They will never fade away! I would like to once again acknowledge and congratulate the graduating class of Glencoe-Silver Lake High School and wish you all the best in your future endeavors. Thank you!
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Paul Sparby and the golf team, and participated in BPA competitions, and the Close-up trip, and our first-ever robotics team, and a member of our state championship Knowledge Bowl team, a member of our student government and senior class president! Oh and by the way, he also maintained a 3.99 GPA. As Paul Harvey would say, “And now you know, the rest of the story!” Now this student is an extreme example, but you get my point! Some of you right now are probably saying “OK, so how did you come up with relationships” as the theme. Jim Henson once said, “Kids don’t remember what you try to teach them. They remember what you are.” As adults, think back to your high school days, perhaps your college days, perhaps time spent in the military, maybe your work experiences … what are your memories about? Are your memories about your job description? Are they what you got for a grade in a course? Do you find yourself reminiscing about how you use to resolve quadratic equations? I cannot speak for you, but I know my memories, and they are all about relationships. I can’t recall what I learned in my calculus class, but I can tell you who taught it! I don’t recall a lot about Shakespeare other than you need to read at least 200 pages before you can even start to figure out what he is saying, but I can tell you about each kid that was in my
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At its inaugural showing at the state Supermileage competition at Brainerd International Speedway, the Glencoe-Silver Lake team averaged 156 miles per gallon in its top six runs around the track with the best run of 160 mpg, according to Mike Sundblad, GSL industrial technology instructor. “We ran without our electric start because of technical issues,” Sundblad said. GSL team members include, above, driver Brandon Greeley, and front row, from left, Colton Lueders, Tyler Donnay, Alek Foss, Eric Thalmann, Trent Senske and Chris Boyum. In the back are Patrick Amborn, Colton Butler, Isiah Herout, Reed Dunbar, Derek Bratsch, Mike Skoglund, Javier Calva, Brody Bratsch and Kyler Kohnen. At right, working on the wheel are Greeley, left, and Foss.
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Legislature outdid itself by combining tobacco tax with Vikings stadium
Our view: Combining two pet peeves created one larger, more convoluted peeve
ot sure how the state Legislature managed to do it, but it combined two pet peeves into one major headache for Minnesotans. First, the majority DFL-Legislature managed to tack on another $1.60 to a pack of cigarettes sold in Minnesota, which is bad enough, but legislators also managed to finagle a way to use that additional tax revenue to help pay for the “Taj Mahal of football stadiums” for the Minnesota Vikings. Wow! We now have one huge pet peeve rather than two less peevish ones. The state Legislature outdid itself on this one, stumbling all over themselves to appease the football gods! First, the tobacco tax hike. Anyone who smokes, or knows someone who smokes, knows smokers will not quit simply because it becomes too expensive. Most are addicted, probably for life, and quitting is not as simple as making a pack of smokes cost over $6 or even $10 each. And what is to prevent smokers from going to Wisconsin, North Dakota or South Dakota where tobacco taxes and the price per cigarette pack are a lot less? The Legislature is banking that $4-per-gallon of gas will keep most Minnesota smokers home and absorbing the penalties for their vice. Smokers may have to form a pact among themselves to load up on cartons of smokes whenever on vacation. By the way, like fireworks, it is illegal to go across state lines, buy merchandise and resell it in your home state without a permit. Just a heads up to smokers contemplating a “black market” for cigarettes. Imagine state troopers posted at Minnesota’s many borders searching
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for tobacco contraband! Another good use of tax dollars. But even if all smokers miraculously quit smoking because of the ever-rising cost, how would the state pay its share of the $1 billion Vikings stadium? That share is in the range of $350 million, or about $34 million a year, over a decade or so, and Plan A — the highly-touted epulltabs plan — has already fallen flat on its face. Anyone with any sense knows that relying on a vice to generate revenues for a share of the Vikings stadium was not the wisest choice in the first place. So now, we simply add another vice? Actually, what the legislators should have done was add a third vice to the mix — alcohol. Oh, yes. They tried that this session and ran into a stone wall from the alcohol industry and its lobbyists. Apparently one vice is not like another vice when it comes to taxation. Heck, the state might have paid for its share of the Vikings stadium on the backs of cash-strapped Gophers fans had they raised the taxes on beer at TCF Stadium, the new U of M football stadium. Oh, yes. I forgot the Gophers took a loss on beer sales last season. Not sure how that could happen. Also not sure where cash-strapped college kids can find $7 for a glass of beer. Needless to say, state legislators face a conundrum. How can they attempt to promote the cessation of smoking and tobacco use in order to save on future health care costs, while at the same time, hope smokers and tobacco users do not quit too soon in order to help subsidize the “cash-strapped” Vikings? Is anyone else confused by the logic of all this? — R.G.
Letters to Editor Class of 2013 celebrates its many successes
To the Editor: Congratulations to the class of 2013! We celebrated this class’ successes at the graduation ceremony last Friday. We wish all of them nothing but the best as they move into their new phase of life. This past school year was nothing short of spectacular. The class of 2013 has many accomplishments and success stories and has represented GSL in a positive way. Thank you for being “The Greatest of All Time!” Our Early Childhood Learning Center is still on schedule and ready for construction very soon. Our project came in over budget, which was not what we wanted to hear. With the rising costs of just about everything, this explains why it’s going to cost more. Unfortunately, this is the way things go, and prices are only going to get higher. I am happy that our board has decided to move ahead with the project. Our scheduled completion date will be late December. The total project will cost $1,966,909, which includes the cost of remodeling Lincoln rest rooms/locker rooms and the old Lincoln kitchen. The district will be paying for about a third of this. When completed, we are going to have a solid, wonderful facility for our youngest learners. We all know that summer will be short, but here’s wishing all of you a safe and wonderful summer. Come this fall, we will welcome the class of 2026. Thank you all for a great school year and I am looking forward to an even better one next school year! Christopher D. Sonju Superintendent of Schools
What do we have if we write prejudices into law?
To the Editor: I am writing in response to Mrs. Emily Gruenhagen’s letter regarding gay marriage (“Letterwriter confirms concerns about gay agenda,” May 29). Mrs. Gruenhagen begins by expressing concern at the use of gender-neutral terms. In most situations, gender-neutral terms are already politically correct, and generally accepted. For example, when referring to someone whose gender is not known, using “he,” “she” “his” “hers,” etc., has the potential to offend. For this reason, we use “his or her” or “theirs.” This is not an inconvenience, and has been part of every day English for many years. The use of terms such as “parents” instead of “mother and father” can be viewed the same way. She additionally expresses concerns that the passage of a gay marriage bill limits citizens’ religious freedoms. However, the way I see it, the gay marriage bill is a victory for religious freedom! Countless pastors and church leaders will now be free to perform marriage ceremonies for gay couples. The laws previously in place prohibiting gay marriage (and the amendment attempting to write this into the Constitution) do not protect the freedoms of Minnesotans, they limit them. After the passage of this bill, religious freedoms in Minnesota will continue to be protected, as they always have. However, discrimination in the name of religion, no matter who it is against, is morally and politically wrong. As a Christian, it saddens me to see people using Christianity as an excuse to treat people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgendered as anything less than what they are — taxpaying, law-abiding citizens of the United States who deserve the same rights and protections as anyone else. In closing, I believe that when Minnesotans voted against the marriage amendment in November, it was with their children in mind. What kind of a state do we leave them when we write our own prejudices into law? Shannon Twiss Glencoe
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Flag Day is June 14
Legion offers etiquette tips on flying flag
On the eve of Flag Day on Friday, June 14, Glencoe American Legion Post 95 Commander Al Gruenhagen offered this advice about flag etiquette: The fundamental rule of flag etiquette is: treat all flags with respect and common sense. The American flag should take precedence over all other flags when flown in the United States. It should not be flown lower than another flag nor should it be smaller than another flag flown with it. Other flags may be flown at the same height and in the same size. Other national flags should not be smaller or flown lower than the American flag when displayed together. If it is not possible to display two or more national flags at the same height, it is not proper to display them together at all. The point of honor is on the extreme left from the standpoint of the observer. The order from left to right of flags flown together is the Stars and Stripes, other national flags in alphabetical order, state flags, county and city flags, organizational flags and personal flags. If one flag is at half-staff in mourning, other flags flown with it should be at half-staff. First raise the flags to their peaks and lower to half-staff. The American flag is raised first and lowered last. Flags are to fly at half-staff from sunrise to sunset. For flags that cannot be lowered, such as those on many homes, the American Legion says that attaching a black ribbon or streamer to the top of the flag is an acceptable alternative. The ribbon should be the same width as a stripe on the flag and the same length as the flag. A salute (hand over heart when not in uniform) should be rendered when the flag is raised, lowered or carried on parade, when the Pledge of Allegiance is recited and when the national anthem is played (unless the flag is not present). It is proper to fly the American flag at night, but only if it is spotlighted.
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GSL honors employees, community supporters County Road 15 bridge
By Rich Glennie Editor The Glencoe-Silver Lake school year wrapped up Monday morning with an employee recognition breakfast in the high school cafeteria and auditorium. GSL Superintendent Chris Sonju presented a variety of awards as well as recognized teachers and staff members for years of service. The years of service awards included: Five years: Britta Aldrich, Kathryn Anglin, Crystal Dahlke, Jeff Delwiche, Michael Haefs, ReNae Jenson, Amy Molva, Michelle Otto-Fisher, Tyler Peterseon, Lisa Thomsen and Tianna Weiss. Ten years: Lisa Blazinski, Bill Butler, Lisa Eischens, Jane Goettl and Jeff Jenson. Fifteen years: Chris Bick, Julie Coleman, Patrick Hiltner, Ken Kantack, Sarah Lipke, Lisa Overman, Rosa Schiroo, Scott Tschimperle and Renee Vasko. Twenty years: Robb DeCorsey, Marcie Lein, Paul Lemke, Linda Matousek and Dave Sandquist. Twenty-five years: Kim Bender, Sue Maiers and Julie Mallak. Thirty years: Shanda Landes. Over 30 years: Scott Eckhoff (34); Sharon Iverson (35); Kathy Korth (34); Jane Mallak (39); Lynn Monger (33); Roxanne Stensvad (34); and Jim Waters (33). Four Brass Bells were presented to retiring staff members. They included, with years of service to District 2859: Craig Brenner (200013); Stephanie Freund (19972013); William Kittel (19802013); and Vonnie Nelson, 2000-13). Sonju also presented GSL Distinguished Service awards to staff members Kay Wilson, By Lori Copler Staff Writer The long-overdue County Road 15 bridge project should be done today (Wednesday), the McLeod County Board heard at its Tuesday morning meeting. Phil Schmalz, assistant county highway engineer, gave the Board an update on several projects. The County Road 15 bridge replacement project, which spans the South Fork of the Crow River north of Glencoe and southeast of Silver Lake, began in August 2012 and was delayed by weather and other issues. Schmalz said Tuesday that the contractor, Duininck Construction of Prinsburg, “is putting in the guard rails today. The barricades will come down today and the detour signs will come down tomorrow (Wednesday).” Schmalz also reported on other projects, including: • County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 2 from the Wright County line two miles south into McLeod County. The concrete has been poured on McLeod County’s portion the project and the contractor will be working on finishing the shoulders. • CSAH 2 (Grove Avenue) within the city of Silver Lake. The underground utility work is basically done, said Schmalz, and now the prep work is being done for the aggregate base, curb and gutter. • CSAH 111 (Main Street and Prior Street) in Stewart. Underground utility work was completed during last year’s construction season, and now prep work for paving, curb and gutter and sidewalks is under way. • County Road 79 in Lester Prairie. De-watering and storm sewer work is under way. Once the utility work is done, the road will be reconstructed. • CSAH 115 and Trunk Highway 15 roundabout, just south of Hutchinson. Work began Monday. The contractor is currently milling off the blacktop in the area of where the roundabout will be constructed. • CSAH 7, north of
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Hutchinson. The project is expected to start Monday, June 10, with the reclamation of the current bituminous. • Replacement of a bridge on Leaf Avenue in Penn Township. The bridge deck has been poured. After the concrete cures for about a week, the railings will be installed and grading will be done. The bridge will then be opened for traffic. The County Board also awarded the 2013 contract for seal coating to Pearson Brothers of Hanover in the amount of $667,241.22 for county roads. The County Board also approved alternate bids of $10,218.20 to seal coat the parking lot at the courthouse and $8,681.80 to seal coat the parking lot at the Health and Human Services building. County Administrator Pat Melvin said the cost of the parking lot seal coating will come from the county’s maintenance budget, not the highway department budget. The engineer’s estimate for seal coating on county roads was $847,499.21.
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GSL Superintendent Chris Sonju presented a GSL Community Support certificate to Mike Tassinari, owner of Hometown Music, for his years of support for the school’s programs.
Superintendent Sonju also presented Lee Ostrom with a GSL Community Support certificate as well as a Panther brick in Ostrom’s name for Stevens Seminary Stadium’s wall. The brick was a present from the GSL Panther Association. Ostrom, a long-time McLeod County Chronicle sports editor, recently retired. Blazinski, Hiltner and Freund. Two other presentations were GSL Community Support awards to Mike Tassinari of Hometown Music for years of support of the music and other programs at GSL and to Lee Ostrom, recently retired sports editor with The McLeod County Chronicle. Ostrom also received a brick in his honor by the GSL Panther Association for his years of work covering GSL sports.
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Flag etiquette Continued from page 4
In a public gathering (lecture hall, church, etc.), the American flag should be to the right of the speakers or on the wall behind them. The canton of the flag (blue field with 50 stars) should always be to the observer’s left except: 1) when displayed on a casket; 2) when displayed as a decal on the right side of a vehicle; 3) when worn as a patch on the right arm (use of the left arm is preferable). The Stars and Stripes should be in the center of a group of flags only when: 1) the center pole is taller than the others; or 2) when a fanlike arrangement makes the center pole higher than the others. It is not illegal to fly the flag (state, ethnic group, organization, etc.) alone, but it is always preferable to display the American flag at the same. The U.S. flag can be flown every day, but especially on the following days: Jan. 1 — New Year’s Day. Jan. 20 — Inauguration Day. Third Monday in January — Martin Luther King Day. Feb. 12 — President Abe Lincoln’s birthday. Third Monday in February — Presidents Day. Feb. 22 — President George Washington’s birthday. April 6 — Army Day. Easter Sunday. May 8 — Victory in Europe (VE) Day. Second Sunday in May — Mother’s Day. Third Saturday in May — Armed Forces Day. Last Monday in May — Memorial Day. June 14 — Flag Day. Third Sunday in June — Father’s Day. July 4th — Independence Day. Aug. 7 — Purple Heart Day. Aug. 14 — Victory over Japan (VJ) Day. Aug. 19 — National Aviation Day. First Monday in September — Labor Day. Sept. 11 — Patriots Day. Sept. 17 — Constitution Day. Second Monday in October — Columbus Day. Oct. 27 — Navy Day. First Tuesday in November — Election Day. Nov. 10 —Marine Corps birthday. Nov. 11 — Veterans Day. Fourth Thursday in November — Thanksgiving. Dec. 7 — Pearl Harbor Day. Dec. 25 — Christmas Day.
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From the Brownton Bulletin archives
100 Years Ago
June 6, 1913 O.C. Conrad, Editor The Zellmer farm two miles north of Brownton was sold last week to Mr. Rudolph Nemitz of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nemitz will move up from Minneapolis and reside on the farm. Quite a little excitement was caused here last Thursday afternoon when it was reported that Johnny Korson, a 17-year-old lad, purchased a revolver with the intention of killing one of the contractors working at the west edge of the village. Marshal Gorr immediately procured assistance and located Korson on the east shore of the lake, concealed in the woods, and was pecking away at the workmen across the lake. Fortunately, he had only a .22 calibre revolver and was unable to do any damage. He was taken into custody by Marshal Gorr and taken to Glencoe for safe-keeping. He was examined by three physicians Friday, who soon came to the conclusion that the boy was “crazy drunk” at the time he committed the act and he was released at once. and Lindeman Phillips 66 Oil Station. A homing pigeon owned by Mr. V. Miller of Des Moines arrived in Brownton May 11 at the Dave Rolfs home northwest of town. Tom Denham, who is working at the Rolfs’ home, kept the pigeon overnight and attached a note to it before releasing it the next day. Mr. Denham received word that the pigeon arrived home sometime the following week, having flown a distance of 278 miles. Several students of the local high school got an unexpected bath Wednesday afternoon while out for a joy ride. Their car got out of control and entered the creek near the Charles Sommerdorf home, and they were forced to swim for safety since the creek is unusually high due to recent heavy rains. The students in the car were Charles Burville, Delmer Schatz, Dorothy Kujas, Lois Kruse, Warren West and Leonard Pikal. received a scholarship from the Glencoe Shriners and the Brownton Parent-Teacher Association scholarship went to Bob Zaske, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zaske.
Meatloaf, let me count the ways
I never liked meatloaf when I was a kid. To tell you the truth, I rarely ate anything with ground beef, other than tacos and an occasional Big Mac, but with one all-beef patty. Odd, I know. It’s gotten better. After being away from home for awhile, coming home to my mom’s meatloaf was always a treat. I would even get hungry for meatloaf and order it in restaurants, but it was never as good as my mom’s. When I started cooking more, I finally asked my mom for her secret recipe. She opened the cupboard and handed me the box of Lipton Onion Soup mix. The recipe was on the box. Soupieror Meatloaf 1 envelope onion soup mix 2 pounds ground beef 3/4 cup plain dry bread crumbs 2 eggs 3/4 cup water 1/3 cup ketchup Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine all ingredients in large bowl. Shape into loaf in a 13-x-9-inch baking or roasting pan. Bake uncovered 1 hour or until done. Let stand 10 minutes before serving. I have modified the recipe over the years. I usually double all of the ingredients and add up to three pounds of ground beef. I then bake a third of the mixture and freeze the other two parts in separate freezer bags for another time. I often use old fashion oats instead of the bread crumbs because I am more likely to have them on hand (my husband loves oatmeal raisin cookies). The oats give the meatloaf a little bit different texture, but it turns out well. I have even ventured out in my meatloaf exploration. My good friend from high school, Steph and her mom Pat gave me a recipe for brown sugar meatloaf at a bridal shower last summer. I was intrigued and had to try it and it was good. Pat and Steph’s Brown Sugar Meatloaf 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 1/2 cup ketchup
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By Karin Ramige Cornwell 1-1/2 pounds lean ground beef 3/4 cup milk 2 eggs 1-1/2 teaspoons salt 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 small onion, chopped 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger 3/4 cup crushed saltine cracker crumbs Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Lightly grease a 5x9-inch loaf pan. Press the brown sugar in the bottom of the prepared loaf pan and spread the ketchup over the sugar. In a mixing bowl, mix thoroughly all remaining ingredients and shape into a loaf. Place on top of the ketchup. Bake in preheated oven for 1 hour or until juices are clear. Turn the meatloaf over onto a serving platter. I have also been experimenting with the methods of cooking meatloaf. Recently I was craving meatloaf, but didn’t have, or want, to wait the hour for it to bake. I had seen recipes online for meatloaf cups which baked in about 20 minutes, which was just what I was looking for. I placed the meatloaf mixture into muffin tins and topped with a little ketchup. I baked them at 400 degrees for about 20 minutes, checking them after 15. They turned out great. Quick and easy. I have also seen many recipes for meatloaf in the slow cooker. Being the slow cooker lover that I am, it was a must try. I placed a pound of meatloaf mixture into my slow cooker and cooked it on low for eight hours. The results were not horrible, but not great either. Lipton’s website says to cook the recipe for six to eight hours in the slow cooker. Closer to six may have been better. I may have to follow the exact recipe for this method. I am not giving up on the idea of meatloaf in the slow cooker. I will let you know how my future experiments turn out.
20 Years Ago
June 2, 1993 Lori Copler, Editor The first graduating class of the new McLeod West High School will receive diplomas Sunday. There are 43 members of the senior class. Rebecca Adams, daughter of Debra Adams of Stewart, and Dawn Huebert, daughter of David and Mary Huebert of Brownton, are the valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the class. The New Auburn Fire Department, with mutual aid from Glencoe, Plato, Gaylord and Winthrop, battled an early morning fire on Memorial Day that caused about $60,000 in damage to the New Auburn Bar & Grill.
50 Years Ago
June 6, 1963 Charles H. Warner, Editor Eleven new communicant members were received into the congregation of St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church of Penn through the rite of confirmation last Sunday. They include: Mavis Becker, Myra Gehrke, Ardell Kujas, Nancy Opitz, Dale Rettig, Lana Rickert, Lyle Schmidt, Vernette Schuette, Nyla Schwarzrock, Brenda Streseman and Bruce Streseman. At commencement exercises at Brownton High School Wednesday evening, Ron Kelm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gasow, was named the winner of the Theo. F. Damask Award. Kathy Wendland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Wendland,
10 Years Ago
June 4, 2003 Lori Copler, Editor McLeod West High School hosted its annual awards ceremony May 28, capped by the announcement of three major senior awards — the Max West Award for student/athlete achievement, the Klammer Award for most valuable player, and the Wacker Award for sportsmanship. Jillian Schuster and Ryan Hansch received the Max West Award, Laur Loncorich and Brent Pichotta received the Klammer Award, and Becky Duehn and Dustin Rettig received the Wacker Award. Reuben Kujas, 76, of Brownton, a retired farmer and rural mail carrier, died Tuesday, May 23, 2003, at his home.
75 Years Ago
June 2, 1938 Percy L. Hakes, Editor It has pleased God to call out of time into eternity our Christian sister, Mrs. Emma Albertine Christina Radtke, nee Genz. She died Saturday, May 28, at the age of 72. She leaves to mourn six sons, George, Wilhelm, Albert, Charley, Henry and Otto Radtke; and a daughter, Mrs. Arthur Randal. Two “stop” lights were installed by the village authorities last Saturday on Highway 212 at the intersection of main street, near the Redmann Harness Shop
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100 Years Ago
June 6, 1913 A.F. Avery, Editor The graduating exercises for the Stewart High School class of 1913 were held at Liberty Hall Friday evening. There are three members of the class, Mabel Bliss, Estella Hoyt and Ruth Roland. Miss Roland was unable to attend because of illness. A pleasant wedding was solemnized at the Charles Abrahamson home in Preston Lake Wednesday afternoon when Miss Justin Gunberg of Bernadotte, a sister of Mrs. Abrahamson, was married to Mr. Andrew Jacobson of Lafayette. when Misses Marie and Helen Kissner, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kissner of near Stewart, became the brides of Joseph and George Schnickles, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schnickles of Hector. The newlyweds will make their homes on the grooms’ farm south of Hector. Two popular young people were united in marriage at the home of the bride’s parents in Hutchinson last Friday when Miss Evelyn Juul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Juul, became the bride of Lester Lipke, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Lipke of Stewart. 75 chickens and some hay.
35 Years Ago
June 8, 1978 Kermit T. Hubin, Editor The wedding of Miss Wendy Novotny and David Wieweck took place on Saturday, June 3, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Stewart. The Rev. Gary Danielson officiated. Stewart High School has two entries in the state track meet after impressive runs at the Region 4 meet in Winthrop Saturday. Julie Pagenkopf was the girls’ champion in the mile run and will compete in the state meet. Joe Ripperger placed second in the boys’ one-mile run, and also will advance to the state meet. A large number of awards was given at the annual Lions Club high school awards banquet Wednesday evening. Joe Kalenberg won the Klammer Award for most valuable player, Kevin Maiers won the Wacker Award for sportsmanship, and most valuable player awards went to Joe Kalenberg, wrestling; Kevin Maiers, football; Tim Forcier, basketball; Joe Ripperger, track; and Brian Roepke, baseball. Naomi Klitzke received the John Phillip Sousa award; Ronald Sondergaard, Marine Band award; Michelle Picha, science award; and Naomi Klitzke and Kevin Maiers, American Legion awards.
20 Brownton seniors met on Monday
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50 Years Ago
June 6, 1963 Kermit T. Hubin, Editor Three McLeod County dairy princesses were selected at the annual contest held at the courthouse in Glencoe Saturday, June 1. There were 19 girls competing. Youngest of the three girls selected was Mary Lipke, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lipke of Stewart. The other two girls were Sharon Durken, 19, of Glencoe, and Sharon Graupman, 20, of Plato. The three will represent McLeod County in the regional contest in Litchfield on June 25. A barn on the Theophil Miller farm in Bismarck Township was destroyed by fire Monday night after being struck by lightning. Lost in the fire were four cows,
75 Years Ago
June 3, 1938 Harry Koeppen, Editor A happy family reunion was held at the Herman Schwartz farm just south of Stewart in Grafton Township Sunday, the occasion being the observance of the 90th birthday of Mrs. Federicka Schwartz, known to relatives and friends as “Grandma” Schwartz. Mrs. Schwartz came to Sibley County in the early ’80s and has lived here ever since. She has a family circle of six children, 19 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. A pretty double wedding was solemnized at St. Boniface Catholic Church last Monday
Twenty Brownton senior citizens met Monday, June 3, at the community center. Cards were played after the meeting with the following winners: 500, Norma Albrecht, first, and Bernetta Alsleben, second; pinochle, Leone Kujas, first, and Betty Katzenmeyer, second; and sheephead, Elmer Maass, first, and Lowell Brelje, second. Carol and Lowell Brelje served refreshments. Lil Lindeman won the door prize. The next meeting will be Monday, June 10, at 1 p.m. All area senior citizens are welcome.
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30 Years Ago
June 8, 1983 Bill Ramige, Editor Melvin Dose was elected 2nd District McLeod County Commissioner in a close race. Dose with 727 votes edged out opponent Elna “Tiny” Peterson by only 25 votes. He succeeded former commissioner Earl Mathews, who died on April 22. Glenn R. Cohrs, 18, of rural Glencoe, was injured early Saturday morning when the pickup he was driving left the road and overturned. He was taken to the Glencoe Municipal Hospital and later transferred to Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park. He was reported in good condition on Tuesday. Tim Lepel was chosen as a Suburban West Baseball AllConference player for the third consecutive year and his brother, Tom, was named to the honorable mention squad for the second straight year. The Lepels, twin sons of Harry and Eleanor Lepel of Plato, graduated from Glencoe High School last week and plan to attend Mankato State University in the fall.
20 Years Ago
June 9, 1993 Rich Glennie, Editor Maxine Werner, an administrator for the Osseo School district, was hired as the new elementary principal in Glencoe. She replaces Bettye Nelson, who resigned to accept a similar job in Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop. Werner was one of six candidates interviewed by the school board, and one of 39 people who applied for the job. After squabbling for more than two hours, members of the long-range planning committee took the same action they took last month — they voted to relocate social services and public health nursing to the former Glenhaven building. Glenhaven was chosen over the option of expanding the current social service site, located two miles north of Glencoe. Raymond and LuVerna Bruckschen will celebrate their 50th Wedding Anniversary with an open house on Sunday, June 13, at the Pla-Mor Ballroom. Also a 50th Anniversary of Ordination and Marriage Open House will be held on Sunday, June 20, for the Rev. R.W. and Helen Koepp at Immanuel Lutheran
Church in Brownton.
10 Years Ago
June 4, 2003 Rich Glennie, Editor After years of wrangling, firing, rehiring, lawsuits and appeals, the file was finally closed on Dan Lueth, former Glencoe police officer, and whether he was treated fairly by the city of Glencoe and former Police Chief Wes Olson. The issue was settled in mediation under a magistrate judge in Duluth in April, with the city paying Lueth $142,500. One hundred and fifty-five students graduated from the Glencoe-Silver Lake School on Sunday afternoon, June 1. The ceremony featured speeches by the class president Dan Schmidt and senior representative Britt Teply, as well as a slide show featuring the seniors. Teply also was named the class valedictorian, while Kelly Harms was named class salutatorian. The city approved alley vacation for the county’s proposed parking lot project that will add 122 parking spots for the courthouse staff and visitors. The city also approved restricting parking on both sides of Ives Avenue once the parking lot is completed later this summer.
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The regular monthly meeting of the Glencoe VFW Post 5102 Auxiliary was called to order by President Angela Johnson on May 13 with 20 members present. After the opening ceremony, roll call, reports and bills, the chairman reports were given. Citations of merit were received at the district meeting: Americanism-most activities completed 11 of 13 certificates and $5; most flags given out, 333, certificate and $2. A prayer and moment of silence were held for the POWs/MIAs. Pillow cleaning was held at the VFW with 63 pillows cleaned at a proft of $137.20. The update of the poppy luncheon of May 16 was given by Lavern Graupmann. Poppy cards were delivered to businesses. Club cleaning was held on May 6. The Coborn’s sign-up sheet was passed for working on May 31 and June 1. The state convention will be held in St. Cloud in June. The joint installation of officers was held on May 20. Angie Johnson reported on Loyalty Days in Prior Lake. The June 10 lunch committee will be Alice Lietzau, Margaret Koester, Sandra Olson and Barb Buska.
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Kurtis Kunkel, son of Ralph and Jessica Kunkel, Glencoe, received the North Dakota State University (NDSU) Freshman Academic Scholarship in the amount of $4,500. The scholarships recognize high academic achievement. Kunkel will enter NDSU in Fargo in the fall and plans to major in mechanical engineering. At Glencoe-Silver Lake High School, he was active in National Honor Society, Business Professionals of America, robotics, trapshooting, supermileage and church youth group.
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Savannah Kuester, daughter of Kevin and Teresa Kuester of Glencoe, and Tyler Martin, son of Dave and Pam Martin of Glencoe, participated in the commencement ceremony at the College of Saint Benedict, St. Joseph, on May 11. Kuester received a bachelor of arts (BA) degree in nutrition and Martin a BA in social science.
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Diana Gail Place, 58, of Glencoe Obituaries Esther E. Klaustermeier, 92, of Plato
Memorial services for Esther Elsie (Oltmann) Klaustermeier, 92, of Plato, were held Sunday, June 2, at the Johnson-McBride Funeral Chapel in Glencoe. The Rev. L i n z y Collins Jr. officiated. M r s . Klaustermeier died T h u r s d a y, May 30, Esther 2013, at Klaustermeier Glencoe Regional Health Services long-term care facility. The urn bearer was Lisa Odell. Interment was at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Plato. Esther Elsie Oltmann was born Dec. 4, 1920, in Helen Township, to William and Bertha (Block) Oltmann. She was baptized as an infant on Jan, 9, 1921, and confirmed in her faith as a youth on March 25, 1934, by the Rev. J.H. Bunge, both at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Plato. She received her education at District 18 School in Plato. On Aug. 10, 1945, Esther Oltmann was united in marriage to Alvin W. Klaustermeier by the Rev. Bunge at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Plato. The Klaustermeiers made their home on her family farm in Helen Township. Their marriage was blessed with three children, Gene, Sheldon and Shari. The Klaustermeiers were blessed with over 38 years of marriage before Mr. Klaustermeier died on Feb. 23, 1984. In addition to being a loving wife, mother and homemaker, Mrs. Klaustermeier helped on the family farm and worked at Telex in Glencoe for over 30 years. She was a faithful and lifelong member of St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Plato, where she was a member of the ladies aid and taught Sunday school. Mrs. Klaustermeier enjoyed sewing, quilting and cutting the lawn. She cherished the time spent with her family and friends. Survivors include her son, Gene (Carol) Klaustermeier of Glencoe; son-in-law, Ralph Kaczmarek of Glencoe; daughter-in-law, Kay Klaustermeier of Glencoe; grandchildren, Tim (Lisa) Kaczmarek of Glencoe, Lisa (Greg) Odell of New Auburn, and Kent (Dee) Klaustermeier of Hutchinson; six great-grandchildren; nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. Preceding her in death were her parents, William and Bertha Oltmann; husband, Alvin Klaustermeier; son, Sheldon Klaustermeier; daughter, Shari Kaczmarek; infant brother, Raymond Klaustermeier; and sister, Mabel Franke. Arrangements were by the Johnson-McBride Funeral Chapel of Glencoe. Online obituaries and guest book are available at www.hantge. com. Click on obituaries/ guest book. Memorial services for Diana Gail (Bressler) Place, 58, of Glencoe, were held Saturday, June 1, at JohnsonMcBride Funeral Chapel in Glencoe. The Rev. Katherine Rood officiated. M r s . Place died S a t u r d a y, May 25, 2013, at Abbott NorthDiana Place western Hospital in Minneapolis. Special music was “What a Wonderful World” by Willie Nelson and “When Love Finds You” and “Go Rest High On That Mountain” by Vince Gill. Diana Gail Bressler was born Sept. 24, 1954, in Mishawaka, Ind., to Dale and Eileen (Gropp) Bressler. She was baptized as an infant and confirmed in her Lutheran faith as a youth. She received her education in Edwardsburg, Mich., graduating from Edwardsburg High School with the class of 1974. She grew up in Edwardsburg, Mich. She entered active military service in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1975 and served her country in South Carolina, Hawaii and Japan. She received an honorable discharge on Nov. 11, 1983. On July 30, 1977, Diana Bressler was united in marriage to Bradford “Brad” Place at the Marine Corps Base in Camp Lejeune, N.C. After 1994, they made their home in Michigan, Indiana, Colorado and Texas, before moving to Minnesota in 2005. Their marriage was blessed with her daughter, Brandy, and his daughter, Shannon. The Places shared over 35 years of marriage. In addition to being a loving homemaker, mother and wife, Mrs. Place served as a Marine, worked odd jobs and at Miller Manufacturing in Glencoe as a technician. Mrs. Place was a go-getter and cared about others. She enjoyed sewing, cooking and spending time with her grandchildren. She especially cherished the time spent with her family and friends. Survivors include her husband, Bradford “Brad” Place of Glencoe; daughter, Brandy (Keith) Johnson of Audubon; stepdaughter, Shannon (Matt) Bergdoll of Fort Wayne, Ind.; grandchildren, Cody Johnson, Tristan Johnson, Darby Johnson, Paxton Bergdoll and Sierra Bergdoll; brothers, Phil (Gwen) Bressler of Springfield, La., Dean (Barb) Bressler of Lakeville, Ind., and Matthew Bressler of Lakeville, Ind.; brothers-inlaw and sisters-in-law, Kenneth “Kip” (Norma) Place Jr. of Midwest City, Okla., Deborah (Steve) Rinker of Albuquerque, N.M., and Becky Bressler of Edwardsburg, Mich.; nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. Preceding her in death were her parents, Dale and Eileen Bressler; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Kenneth and Elinor Place; and brothers, Dale Bressler Jr. and Rae Allen Bressler. Arrangements were by the Johnson-McBride Funeral Chapel of Glencoe. Online obituaries and guest book are available at www.hantge. com. Click on obituaries/ guest book.
Lester A. Steinborn, 70, of Renville
Memorial services for Lester Arnold Steinborn, 70, of Renville, were held Saturday, June 1, at Grace Lutheran Church, Brownton. The Rev. Andrew HermodsonOlsen officiated. M r . Steinborn died Thursday, May 2, 2013, at the R e n v i l l e Lester C o u n t y Steinborn Hospital in Olivia. The organist was Cheryl Andrix, and congregational hymns were “Softly and Tenderly,” “Sweet Hour of Prayer” and “How Great Thou Art.” Honorary urn bearers were his nieces and nephews. Interment will be at a later date in Oak Grove Cemetery in Brownton. Mr. Steinborn was born July 2, 1942, in Biscay, to Arnold and Viola (Vinkemeier) Steinborn. He was baptized as an infant on July 26, 1942, by the Rev. Alfred Streufert at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Glencoe, and confirmed in his faith as a youth on April 15, 1955, by the Rev. Menger at Church of Peace in Norwood Young America. Mr. Steinborn made his home in Walker, Willmar and Renville. In his early years, he helped various farmers. Mr. Steinborn enjoyed going to Farm Fest and various outings with his caretakers. He especially enjoyed old-time music, and his favorite musicians were Jerry Schuft, Lowell Schubert, Jerry Kahle and Chuck Thiel. He collected all of their music. He had a special place in his heart for his sister, sisterin-law and all of his nieces and nephews. He cherished the time spent with his family and friends. Survivors include his sister, Mavis Kraemer and her fiEvangelical Lutheran Church in Lester Prairie. A gathering of family and friends will be held today (Wednesday) from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., at the church. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Arrangements are with the Paul-McBride Funeral ancé, Wally Grussing, of Hutchinson; sister-in-law, Debbie Steinborn of Shakopee; nieces, Shelly Robben of Litchfield, Stacy Steinborn of Shakopee, and Kelly Steinborn of Fargo, N.D.; nephews, Lyndel Steinborn of Shakopee, Jason Steinborn of Shakopee, Randy (Brenda) Kraemer of Buffalo Lake, Dale Kraemer of Hutchinson, and Dean (Cathy) Kraemer of Lester Prairie; eight grandnieces and grandnephews; two greatgrandnieces and great-grandnephews; other relatives and many friends. Preceding him in death were his parents, Arnold and Viola Steinborn; stepfather, Irvin Meuleners; brother, Roy Steinborn; and stepbrother, James Meuleners. Arrangements were by the Johnson-McBride Funeral Chapel of Glencoe. Online obituaries and guest book are available at www.hantge. com. Click on obituaries/ guest book. Chapel in Lester Prairie. For an online guest book, go to www.hantge.com.
Janet M. Luedtke, 79, of Hutchinson
Funeral services for Janet Marion Luedtke, 79, of Hutchinson, were held Thursday, May 30, at River of Hope ELCA Lutheran Church in Hutchinson. The Rev. Laura Aase officiated. M r s . Luedtke died Friday, May 24, 2013, at the H e n n e p i n Janet Luedtke C o u n t y Medical Center in Minneapolis. The organist was Jim Nelson, and soloist Bonnie Baumetz sang “Above All” by Michael Smith and “On Eagle’s Wings.” Congregational hymns were “Borning Cry,” “Give Me Jesus,” “What a Friend We Have in Jesus,” “My Hope is Built on Nothing Less” and “Here I Am, Lord.” Pallbearers were her grandchildren, Michael Smith, Mike Notermann, Jeremy and Sarah Vang, Krista and Ryan Randall, Ben and Hailey Schmitz, and Justin and Aaron Hingst. Interment was in Oakland Cemetery in Hutchinson. Janet Marion Mattson was born June 23, 1933, at home on the farm in Meeker County, to Reuben and Lavina (Forsberg) Mattson. She was baptized and confirmed at Stockholm Lutheran Church in rural Cokato. She walked several miles a day in order to attend the one-room Lake Jenny Country School and graduated from Dassel High School in 1951. On Aug. 16, 1953, Janet Mattson was united in marriage to Fred Luedtke at Stockholm Lutheran Church. This marriage was blessed with three daughters, Sherri, Kim and Kay. The Luedtkes resided and farmed north of Hutchinson. They shared 50 years of marriage before Mr. Luedtke died on Feb. 6, 2004. On May 23, 2009, she was united in marriage to Art Schmitz at St. Thomas Aquinas Church in St. Paul Park. High school sweethearts, they were reunited after their spouses of over 50 years each passed away. They resided in Hutchinson, and shared four years of marriage, which they lovingly referred to as their “bonus round.” Mrs. Luedtke worked at McLeod County Social Services in Glencoe for 23 years and retired in 1995. She was a member of River of Hope ELCA Lutheran Church in Hutchinson. She also was a member of the Bear Lake Sunshine Group. Mrs. Luedtke enjoyed playing bridge, growing flowers and reading. She loved going on long walks and traveling. She especially treasured spending time with her family, grandchildren and friends and was looking forward to her first great-grandbaby in September. Healthy and vital, she was looking forward to her 80th birthday party, but the brain aneurysm that took her away came as a shock. Survivors include her husband, Art Schmitz of Hutchinson; daughters, Sherri (Dennis) Notermann of Hutchinson, Kim Luedtke and her partner, Maureen Sholly of Duluth, and Kay (Ken) Smith of Minnetonka; stepchildren, Cher (Roger) Vang of St. Cloud, Mark (Cyndi) Schmitz of Woodbury, and Tammy (Dan) Hingst of Inver Grove Heights; grandchild, Michael Smith of Minnetonka; stepgrandchildren, Mike (Elisia) Notermann of Franklin, Tenn., Jeremy (Sarah) Vang of Cottage Grove, Krista (Ryan) Randall of Eden Valley, Ben and Hailey Schmitz of Cottage Grove, and Justin and Aaron Hingst of Inver Grove Heights; like-a-grandchild, Brittany Kulberg, of Hutchinson; siblings, Harold (Helen) Mattson of Dassel, Donna Collison of Bemidji, and Rozanne Provencher of Hutchinson; cousin-but-likea-sister, Shirley (Roland) Bosch of Atwater; and many other relatives and friends. Preceding her in death were her parents, Reuben and Lavina Mattson; first husband, Fred Luedtke; sister and brother-in-law, Lois and Gene Ritter; brothers-in-law, Bruce Collison and Bernie Provencher; sisters-in-law, Esther Malchow and her husband Lloyd, Margaret Schmidt and her husband Frank, and Myrtle Witte and her husband, Gust; and brothers-in-law, Ed and Herman Luedtke. Arrangements were by the Dobratz-Hantge Chapel in Hutchinson. Online obituaries and guest book are available at www.hantge.com.
Deaths Calvin West, 85, of Brownton
Calvin “Kelly” West, 85, of Brownton, husband of Eileen West, died Saturday, June 1, 2013, at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis. Memorial services will be Thursday, June 6, at 11 a.m., at the Congregational Church in Brownton. Visitation is today (Wednesday), from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., and will continue one hour prior to the service Thursday, all at the Congregational Church in Brownton. Arrangements are with the Dobratz-Hantge Funeral Chapel in Hutchinson. An online guest book is available at www.hantge.com.
Mary Jane Kosek
We little knew that day that God was going to call your name. In life we loved you dearly, in death we do the same. It broke our hearts to love you, you did not go alone; for part of us went with you the day God called you home. You left us peaceful memories, you are always by our side. Our family chain is broken and nothing seems the same.
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Russell H. Petersen, 84, of Glencoe
Memorial services for Russell Henry Petersen, 84, of Glencoe, were held on Friday, May 31, at the First Congregational United Church of Christ in Glencoe. The Rev. Linzy Collins Jr. officiated. Mr. Petersen died Wednesday, May 22, 2013, at his home in Glencoe. The accompanist was Andy Petersen, and soloist Sue Mielke sang “On Eagle’s Wings.” Congregational hymns were “Amazing Grace” and “In the Garden.” Military honors were by the Brownton American Legion Post 143. Honorary urn bearers were Justine Petersen, Katelyn Petersen, Addy Scrimgeour, Isabel Petersen, Dane Petersen and Grace Brickzen. Interment was at the Winthrop Cemetery in Winthrop. Mr. Petersen was born at home, delivered by Dr. Sahr, on Jan. 1, 1929, in Brownton, to Fredrick and Wilhelmina “Minnie” (Ewald) Petersen. He was baptized as an infant by the Rev. Kowalske at the family home in Brownton and confirmed in his faith as a youth at Grace Lutheran Church in Brownton. He received his education in Brownton and graduated with the class of 1946. Mr. Petersen entered active military service in the U.S. Army on March 13, 1953, and served his country in the Korean War. He received an honorable discharge on Dec. 12, 1955. On Oct. 8, 1965, Mr. Petersen was united in marriage to Shirley Bomm. They made their home in Victoria and then, in 1971, moved to Glencoe. Their marriage was blessed with four children, Andy, Katy, John and Susan. The Petersens shared over 47 years of marriage before Mrs. Petersen died on March 6, 2013. After his military service, Mr. Petersen and other family members operated the Petersen Fur Farm until his retirement in 1987. He was a member of First Congregational United Church of Christ in Glencoe, where he served as a deacon. He also was a member of the VFW until 1987 and the Brownton American Legion. Mr. Petersen enjoyed gardening, flowers and loved his goldfish pond in his backyard. He collected antiques, having an eye for Aladdin lamps and prized his 1938 Ford. He especially cherished the time spent with his family and friends. Survivors include his children, Andy (Sue) Petersen of Winona, Katy (Rick) Scrimgeour of St. Bonifacius, John (Beth) Petersen of Glencoe, and Susan (Bill) Brickzen of Glencoe; six grandchildren, Justine Petersen, Katelyn Petersen, Addy Scrimgeour, Isabel Petersen, Dane Petersen and Grace Brickzen; sistersin-law, Deloris “Dode” Bomm of San Diego, Calif., Janice (Don) Tifft of Glencoe; nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. Preceding him in death were his parents, Fredrick and Minnie Petersen; wife, Shirley Petersen; siblings, Adrian (Alleen) Petersen, Alan Petersen, Barbara (Alfred) Lohse, and Roger Petersen; and brother-in-law, John Bomm. Arrangements were by the Johnson-McBride Funeral Chapel of Glencoe. Online obituaries and guest book are available at www.hantge. com. Click on obituaries/ guest book.
The family of Esther Henke would like to thank everyone for your visits, prayers, cards, flowers, memorials and donations of food. Thank you to Pastor Storm for your prayers, visits and comforting words. Thank you to the Ladies Circle at St. John’s Lutheran Church, Mountville, for serving the lunch. Thank you to Egesdahl Funeral Home, Gaylord, for your assistance and your services. Your expressions of sympathy are greatly appreciated and will be remembered. OrDella & Robert Knish Jeanette & Ronald Dahlke Gerald & Vickie Henke Bruce & Janet Henke Grandchildren & great-grandchildren
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Curtis Rutske, 78, of Glencoe, died Friday, May 31, 2013, at Glencoe Regional Health Services. Funeral services will be held Thursday, June 6, at 11 a.m., at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Glencoe. Visitation will be today (Wednesday), from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., at the JohnsonMcBride Funeral Chapel in Glencoe. Visitation will continue on Thursday one hour prior to the service at the church. Interment will be in the church cemetery. An online guest book is at www.hantge.com.
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BEREAN BAPTIST Corner of 16th St. and Hennepin Ave. 727 E. 16th St., Glencoe Jonathan Pixler, Pastor 320-864-6113 Call Jan at 320-864-3387 for women’s Bible study Wed., June 5 — Women’s Bible study, 9 a.m.; service on Glencoe Cable Channel 10, 8 p.m. Fri., June 7 — Men’s Bible study, 9 a.m. Sun., June 9 — Sunday school for all ages, 9 a.m.; worship, 10:20 a.m.; service on Glencoe Cable Channel 10, 10:30 a.m. Tues., June 11 — Men’s Bible study, 6 a.m. Wed., June 12 — Women’s Bible study, 9 a.m.; service on Glencoe Cable Channel 10, 8 p.m. CHRIST LUTHERAN 1820 N. Knight Ave., Glencoe Katherine Rood, Pastor 320-864-4549 www.christluth.com E-mail: office@christluth.com Wed., June 5 — Televised worship, 2 p.m.; Abundant Table meal, 5 p.m. Thurs., June 6 — Grand Meadows worship, 10:30 a.m. Fri.-Sun., June 7-9 — Southwestern Minnesota Synod Assembly at Gustavus, pastor out. Sun., June 9 — Worship, 9 a.m.; “Noisy Nail” offering for Common Cup. Mon., June 10 — Televised worship, 3 p.m. Tues., June 11 — Ladies fellowship at Gert & Erma’s, 10 a.m.; Sarah Circle at Gert & Erma’s, 11:15 a.m. Wed., June 12 — Televised worship, 2 p.m.; WELCA coordinating team meeting, 4:45 p.m. at Gert & Erma’s; church council, 7 p.m. CHURCH OF PEACE 520 11th St. E., Glencoe Joseph Clay, Pastor Sun., June 9 — Worship at Peace, 10 a.m. ST. PIUS X CHURCH 1014 Knight Ave., Glencoe Anthony Stubeda, Pastor Wed., June 5 — Vacation Bible school, 8:15 a.m.-11:45 a.m.; evening prayer, 5:40 p.m.; Mass, 6 p.m. Thurs., June 6 — Morning prayer, 8 a.m.; Mass, 8:20 a.m.; vacation Bible school, 8:15 a.m.-11:45 a.m.; eucharistic holy hour, 10:30 a.m.; fundraiser night at Unhinged Pizza, 5 p.m.; CCW planning meeting, 7 p.m. Fri., June 7 — Morning prayer, 8 a.m.; Mass, 8:20 a.m.; eucharistic adoration follows Mass until noon; first Friday communion calls begin, 10 a.m.; KC brat stand at Coborn’s 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; no Spanish Mass. Sat., June 8 — CPR training, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.; KC brat stand at Coborn’s, 10 a.m.-5:50 p.m.; reconciliation, 4 p.m.; Mass, 5 p.m. Sun., June 9 — Mass with KC corportate communion; KC brat stand at Coborn’s, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Spanish Mass, 11:30 a.m.; Mass at Holy Family, Silver Lake, 8 p.m. Mon., June 10 — No Mass. Tues., June 11 — Morning prayer, 8 a.m.; Mass, 8:20 a.m.; parish administrative council at St. Pius X, 8 p.m. Wed., June 12 — Evening prayer, 5:40 p.m.; Mass, 6 p.m.; Catholic Mutual Insurance seminar. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH UCC 1400 Elliott Ave., Glencoe Rev. Linzy Collins Jr., Pastor E-mail: congoucc@gmail.com Wed., June 5 — Communion at GRHS-LTC, 10:15 a.m. Sun., June 9 — Worship, 9:15 a.m.
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Tues., June 11 — Bible study, 9:30 a.m. FIRST EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 925 13th St. E., Glencoe Daniel Welch, Senior Pastor Ronald L. Mathison, Associate Pastor 320-864-5522 www.firstglencoe.org E-mail: office@firstglencoe.org Wed., June 5 — Day school board, 7 p.m.; worship with communion, 7 p.m. Thurs., June 6 — Board of trustees, 6:45 p.m.; board of deacons, 7 p.m.; board of evangelism, 7 p.m. Sun., June 9 — Worship, 8 a.m.; fellowship, 9 a.m.; usher captain training, 9:15 a.m.; worship with communion, 10:30 a.m. Tues., June 11 — GRHS communion, 9:30 a.m.; Common Cup meeting, 10 a.m.; Manor communion, 1:15 p.m.; Alzheimer ’s support group, 6 p.m.; Men’s Club picnic, Oscar Olson park, 6:30 p.m. Wed., June 12 — NYG garage sale, 720 Morningside; worship with communion, 7 p.m. GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod 1407 Cedar Ave. N., Glencoe www.gslcglencoe.org Rev. James F. Gomez, Pastor Matthew Harwell, Director of Christian Education E-mail: office@gslcglencoe.org Wed., June 5 — Worship with communion, 7 p.m.; end-of-year bash, 8 p.m.-11 p.m. Thurs., June 6 — GRHS communion, 9:30 a.m. Sun., June 9 — Outdoor polka worship, 9 a.m., with lunch following; Community Strings rehearsal, 6 p.m. Mon., June 10 — REVEAL, 9 a.m. Tues., June 11 — REVEAL, 9 a.m.; softball, 8 p.m. Wed., June 12 — Worship with communion, 7 p.m.; council Bible study, 7:50 p.m.; council, 8:15 p.m. ST. JOHN’S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 4505 80th St., Helen Township Glencoe Dennis Reichow, Pastor Sun., June 9 — Worship, 9 a.m. GRACE LUTHERAN 8638 Plum Ave., Brownton Andrew Hermodson-Olsen, Pastor E-mail: Pastor@GraceBrownton.org www.gracebrownton.org Fri., June 7-Sun., June 9 — Synod assembly. Sun., June 9 — Worship, 8:45 a.m. Wed., June 12 — Church council meeting, 7 p.m. IMMANUEL LUTHERAN 700 Division St., Brownton R. Allan Reed, Pastor www.immanuelbrownton.org Fri., June 7 — No Concordia Ladies Aid meeting. Sun., June 9 — Worship with guest pastor, the Rev. Robert Alsleben, 9 a.m.; Channel 8 video. Wed., June 12 — Chapel worship with communion, 6:30 p.m.; deacons meeting, 7:30 p.m. CONGREGATIONAL Division St., Brownton Barry Marchant, Interim Pastor browntoncongregational.org Not available. ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN 300 Croyden St., Stewart Not available. ST. BONIFACE CATHOLIC Stewart Wed., June 5 — Mass, 9 a.m. Thurs., June 6 — Mass, 9 a.m. Fri., June 7 — Mass, 9 a.m. Sun., June 9 — Mass, 9:15 a.m. ST. JOHN’S CHURCH 13372 Nature Ave. (rural Biscay) Robert Taylor, Pastor 612-644-0628 (cell) 320-587-5104 (church) E-mail: rlt721@hotmail.com Sun., June 9 — Worship, 9:30 a.m. CROSSROADS CHURCH 10484 Bell Ave., Plato Scott and Heidi Forsberg, Pastors 320-238-2181 www.mncrossroads.org Wed., June 5 — Youth and adult activities night, 7 p.m. Sun., June 9 — Worship, 10 a.m. ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN 216 McLeod Ave. N., Plato Bruce Laabs, Pastor 320-238-2550 E-mail: stjlplato@embarqmail.com Wed., June 5 — Council meeting, 7 p.m. Thurs., June 6 — Bulletin deadline. Sun., June 9 — “Time of Grace” on TV Channel 9, 6:30 a.m.; worship with graduation recognition, 9 a.m.; youth choir, 10:15 a.m. Mon., June 10 — Vacation Bible school begins and runs through Thursday, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. ST. PAUL’S UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 308 First St. N.E., Plato Bill Baldwin, Pastor www.platochurch.com Wed., June 5 — Women’s Guild meeting, 7 p.m. Thurs., June 6 — Piano recital, 7 p.m. Fri.-Sat., June 7-8 — Minnesota UCC annual meeting. Sun., June 9 — Worship, 10 a.m.; fellowship, 11 a.m.; vacation Bible school through Thursday, 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m. IMMANUEL EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN New Auburn Bradley Danielson, Pastor E-mail: immanuellc@yahoo.com Sun., June 9 — Worship, 9 a.m. GRACE BIBLE CHURCH 300 Cleveland Ave. S.W., Silver Lake Dr. Tom Rakow, Pastor 320-327-2352 http://silverlakechurch.org Wed., June 5 — Confirmation class, 6 p.m.; prayer time, 7 p.m. Sat., June 8 — Men’s Bible study, 7 a.m. Sun., June 9 — “First Light” radio broadcast on KARP 106.9 FM, 7:30 a.m.; Sea Side Service at Swan Lake, 9:30 a.m.; church picnic at Swan Lake. Mon., June 10 - Fri., June 15 — Dr. Rakow on Morning Meditations on KDUZ 1260 AM; church board meeting, 7 p.m. Wed., June 12 — Confirmation class, 6 p.m.; prayer time/puppet practice, 7 p.m. Dial-A-Bible Story, 320-3272843. FAITH PRESBYTERIAN 108 W. Main St., Silver Lake Mark Ford, Pastor 320-327-2452 / Fax 320-327-6562 E-mail: faithfriends@embarqmail.com You may be able to reach someone at the church every Tuesday through Thurday, 1-5 p.m. Don’t hesitate to come in (use church office door), call, or e-mail. Wed., June 5 — Presbyterian Women’s meeting, 6 p.m Sun., June 9— Worship, 10 a.m.; with fellowship after deacons meeting after church. Mon. June 10 — Session meeting, 6:30 p.m. HOLY FAMILY CATHOLIC CHURCH 712 W. Main St., Silver Lake Anthony Stubeda, Pastor Patrick Okonkwo, Associate Pastor Patrick Schumacher, Associate Pastor www.holyfamilysilverlake.org E-mail: office@holyfamilysilverlake.org Wed., June 5 — Mass, 5 p.m.; Winstock volunteer meeting, 7 p.m. Thurs., June 6 — Mass at Cedar Crest, 10:30 a.m.; CCW meeting, 7 p.m. Fri., June 7 — First Friday calls; Mass, 8 a.m. Sat., June 8 — Mass, 6:30 p.m. Sun., June 9 — Masses, 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Tues., June 10 — Mass, 8 a.m. FRIEDEN’S COUNTY LINE 11325 Zebra Ave., Norwood Joseph Clay, Pastor Sun., June 9 — Worship at Peace, 10 a.m. THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 770 School Rd., Hutchinson Kenneth Rand, Branch President 320-587-5665 Wed., June 5 — Young men and women (12-18 years old) and scouting, 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Sun., June 9 — Sunday school, 10:50 a.m.-11:30 a.m.; priesthood, relief society and primary, 11:40 a.m.12:30 p.m. WATER OF LIFE CHURCH IGLESIA METODISTA LIBRE Clinica del Alma 727 16th St. E., Glencoe Spanish/bi-lingual services Nestor and Maria German, Pastors E-mail: nestor2maria@hotmail.com Sun., June 9 — Worship, 2 p.m. ST. PETER LUTHERAN CHURCH Corner C.R. 1 and Second St. S. 77 Second Ave. S., Lester Prairie Layton Lemke, Vacancy Pastor Sun., June 9 — Worship, 9 a.m.; Sunday school and Bible study, 10:15 a.m. BETHANY LUTHERAN 77 Lincoln Ave., Lester Prairie Pastor Bethany Nelson 320-395-2125 Sun., June 9 — Worship with communion, 9 a.m.’ fellowship, 10:30 a.m. Tues., June 11 — Trustee meeting, 5:30 p.m. Wed., June 12 — Council meeting, 7 p.m. SHALOM BAPTIST CHURCH 1215 Roberts Rd. S.W., Hutchinson Rick Stapleton, Senior Pastor Adam Krumrie, Worship Pastor Tami Smithee, Student Ministries 320-587-2668 / Fax 320-587-4290 www.shalombaptist.org Wed., June 5 — Ladies in Fellowship Together (LIFT), 1 p.m.; no Students of Shalom (meet every other Wednesday in summer); Griefshare, 7 p.m. Thurs., June 6 — Worship team practice, 6 p.m.; men’s softball at CK field, 7 p.m. Sun., June 9 — Worship, 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Tues., June 11 — Women’s Growth groups, 8:15 p.m.
www.4squarebuilders.com
320-864-6183 Mon.-Fri. 7-5 & Sat. 8-12
FULL SERVICE LUMBER CO.
To be added to this page, contact us at 320-864-5518.
BOB SHANAHAN
TREE SERVICES
trimming - removal brush chipping aerial bucket truck work
810 First St. E., Glencoe 320-864-3800 320-510-1417
Open 7 Days A Week! Daily Specials
Hwy. 212 E., Glencoe 320-864-6038
www.bumpsrestaurant.com
Glencoe Oil Co.
John & Chuck Shamla (320) 864-5506
downtown Glencoe across from the Courthouse Open Mon.-Fri. 6 a.m.-7 p.m. Sat. 6 a.m.-Noon
702 10th St. E., Glencoe (320) 864-3062
www.dubbsgrillandbar.com
OPEN @ 3 P.M. MON.-SAT.
JOURNEY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES PLC
1110 Greeley Ave. N. Glencoe, MN 55336 Ph: 320-864-4109 Fax: 320-864-4676
* Providing Individual, Marriage, Family and Child Psychotherapy
www.MidCountryBank.com
Personal, Professional and Business Banking for people who want to know their banker! Glencoe Branch 1002 Greeley Ave. (320) 864-5541
To be added to this page, contact us at 320-864-5518.
Chronicle Advertiser
The Glencoe Enterprise
a continuation of
716 E. 10th St., Glencoe
320-864-5518
Jerry Scharpe, Ltd.
Certified Public Accountant
712 E. 13th St., Glencoe
Income Tax Preparation Business & Personal, Estate & Gift Returns Monthly Accounting & Payroll Financing Statements
Serving clients throughout the area since 1971
www.hantge.com 1222 Hennepin Ave., Glencoe, MN Phone: 320-864-3737
Jerry Scharpe, CPA Jeffrey Scharpe, RAP
Ph: 320-864-5380 Fax: 320-864-6434
Falling Electric llc
COMMERCIAL • FARM • RESIDENTIAL
New & Remodeling Trenching & Wire Locating Bucket Truck & Scissors Lift Photovoltaic Solar & Wind Turbines Licensed • Bonded • Insured
LIC # EA006240
Cell # (320) 510-1206
Churches, please turn in your calendars by 5 p.m. on Mondays to be included in this listing.
E-mail: richg@glencoenews.com | Fax: 320-864-5510
10285 110th St., Glencoe, MN 55336
320-864-5601
To be added to this page, contact us at 320-864-5518.
Glencoe Area Ministerial Assoc. Monthly Meeting
(The First Tuesday of each month except June, July and August)
Gerry’s Vision Shoppe, Inc.
“Choose from the largest frame selection in the area”
Priority 1
Metrowest Realty
Wayne Karg
806 10th St. • Suite 101, Glencoe, MN 55336
1106 Hennepin Ave., Glencoe
Most Single Vision Prescriptions Same Day or 24-Hour Service! Plus Custom Lens Tinting (Same Day)
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613 E. 10th St. Glencoe 320-864-5581
320-864-4357
Cell: 320-444-5619
2735 12 ST., GLENCOE
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320-864-4414
HOURS: Mon. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Tues.-Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat. 9-1 p.m.
After Hours Appointments Available
Office: 320-864-4877 Fax: 320-864-6332 Cell: 320-894-5682
320-864-6111
The McLeod County Chronicle, www.glencoenews.com, Wednesday, June 5, 2013, page 10
Five foreign exchange students at Glencoe-Silver Lake this year showed off their diplomas after graduation ceremonies last Friday. They include, from left to right, Sze-ka Seehna Yeung of Hong Kong,
Ulrike Schwarze of Germany, Qiwei Huang of China, Mai-Quynh Nyguyen of Germany and Ohnapun Thararuck of Thailand.
Are you sure? Tyler Zajicek seemed to be amused as his father, Craig, right, checked his diploma to make sure it was signed.
Michael Skoglund, Ryan Sprengeler and Matthew Steinhaus got a good laugh during commencement.
Elizabeth Bonillo was all smiles walking into the graduation ceremony. Receiving one of the biggest ovations was Brandon Overman who was greeted by Superintendent Chris Sonju, left, and escorted by Mike Hardy, right.
Senior members of the GSL Concert Choir performed “You’re Going to Miss this,” at Friday’s graduation ceremony.
The seniors included, from left, Eric Thalmann, Shelby Rolf, Mercy Rakow and Shannon Twiss.
Karla Dostal received congratulations from GSL School Board member Kevin Kuester as she got her diploma.
Chronicle photos by Josh Randt
Aquatic Center pool passes available with credit cards
Glencoe Aquatic Center pool passes are now available online or at the city offices with a credit card. One can continue to purchase pool passes at the Aquatic Center, but credit cards will not be accepted as a method of payment at the pool. Once one purchases pool passes online, one has to come to the city offices in the Glencoe City Center to fill out the application. The link to purchase online is https://app.ticketturtle. com/index.php?ticketing= glen.
County DFLers set 3 summer meetings
During the summer, the monthly meetings of the McLeod County DFL will be held on Wednesday evenings. These meetings will be on June 12, July 10, and August 7. Meetings will begin at 6 p.m. Contact Marcia at 320587-3145 for additional information.
Glencoe Aquatic Center
OPENING WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5
Lots of Fun:
• 150 ft. Flume Waterslide • 2 Drop Slides • Zero Entry • Kiddie Frog Slide • Lounge Chairs • Shade Funbrellas • Sand Play Area • One Meter Diving Board
Pits open to the public on Friday at 4:00 p.m. and Saturday at 1:00 p.m.
Clean & Safe Facility
Friday & Saturday Grand National Classes: Super Semis, Heavy Super Stock Diesel, Pro Stock, Modified, Mini Modified, Super Stock 4WD Diesel Pickups
n Concessio ts lo h stand wit to offer!
POOL HOURS:
Sun.–Sat.
1:00–9:00 p.m.
Advance Tickets: Adults $17.50, Children $10, Camping: $15 per unit (Children prices are for ages 6-12.)
Gate admission: Adults $20, Children $12 Tickets available (through 6/13) at: All Arnold’s Inc. locations (Alden, Glencoe, Kimball, Mankato, St. Martin & Willmar); NAPA Auto Stores (Hutchinson & Glencoe); McLeod County Fairgrounds; Midwest Machinery (Stewart & Glencoe).
Admission and Rates:
Daily - Children (5-17)............$6 Daily - Adults (18+) ................$6 Daily - Observers ................$6 Daily- Small Children (0-4) ....$2 SEASONAL PASSES (tax included):
Family Resident (Up to 5 members) $133.59 Each Addt’l Member............$10.00
........$160.31 (Up to 5 members, ea. addt’l.) ..........$10.00 Individual Resident ..............$64.13 Individual Non-Resident ......$85.50
Family Non-Resident Pool Rental Per Hour up to 30 guests ..................$100 Additional Lifeguard ..........$15/hr
Get your season pass early at the Glencoe City Office!
Tickets available on line at
www.powerpullnationals.com
Platinum Sponsors:
K &S
Ricky Rose
Millwrights, Inc.

Pool passes available at City Hall & the Glencoe Aquatic Center
Glencoe Aquatics Center
Oak Leaf Park • 200 Desoto Ave. S., Glencoe
Info: 320-864-2959
Rent the pool for your private party!
Gold Sponsors: Ag Systems; AKO Electric; Cargill; Central Sota Cooperative; Gold Country Seed: Lynn Mackedanz; KARP KDUZ Radio; Mcleod County Corn & Soybean Assn; NAPA: Glencoe & Hutchinson; United Farmers Cooperative. Silver Sponsors: Ag Star Financial Services; C & L Disributing; Crop Production Services: Winthrop; Duane Jindra Crop Insurance Agency; Hahn’s Dining & Lounge: Winthrop; Sam’s Tire; Security Bank & Trust Co. Equipment Sponsors: Cohrs Construction: Glencoe, Andy Cohrs; Farm-Rite Equipment Inc.; Hanson Gravel; John Schutte; Randy’s Bobcat Service & Trucking; Rickert Excavating; Rose Trucking; Terning Seed: Cokato; Two Way Communications.
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