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Wednesday, July 2010 FARMERS INDEPENDENT, Bagley, Minnesota - Page 12 i i ~ iii:~ii!~!i!!ili!ii~:!i!!!!!;i;!!!!ili!?~:!::il ST. PHILLIP'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH The Rev. George Ross, Supervising Priest The Rcv. Lisa White Smith, Assistant Priest Wednesday: 7 p.m. AA Meeting. Sunday: Sunday School 10 a.m., 1-6 grade; Worship at 11 a.m. NEE GON NEE LUTHERAN CHURCH Roy Lake, Star Route Mahnomen, Minn. 56557 Sunday: Join us for Worship at 9 a.m.; Sunday School 9:45 a.m. PINE BEND UNTIED METHODIST MISSION Rev. Don Goodwin Office: (218) 687-3900 Sunday: 11 a,m. Worship and Sunday School. LENGBY BAPTIST CHURCH Rt. 1 Box 1376, Lengby, MN 56651 Pastor Mark Erickson Sunday: 11 a.m. Worship Services/Children's Church. Wednesday: 7 p.m. Bible Study/Kid's Time. LIGHTHOUSE FELLOWSHIP (Pentecostal) Pastor Stephen Bennett (218) 785-2706, Shevlin, Minn. Sunday: Worship 10 a.m. Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Youth Group; 7:30 p.m. Bible Study. GRACE CHAPEL Hwy 92, 10 Miles. South of Bagley Pastor Chris Conger Phone: (218) 657-2222 Sunday: 9:15 a.m. Prayer time; 9:30 a.m. Sunday Bible School; 10:45 a.m. Worship service. Tuesday: 7 p.m. Prayer meeting. Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Awana. FAITH HILL ASSEMBLY OF GOD 721 Schilling Ave. Take #92 - 1 mile south over tracks and look for blue directional sign. Church 694-2046; Parsonage 694*6055 Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Sunday school for all ages; 10:30 a.m. Morning worship service. Wednesdays: 7 p.m Bible Study, ALIDA & RICE' FREE LUTHERAN CHURCHES Pastor Karl Anderson Parsonage (218) 657-2790 Church (218) 657-2576 ALmA Sunday: 9 a.m.. Morning Worship. RICE Sunday: 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship. Saturday: 7:30 a.m. Men's Breakfast and Bible Study. KINGDOM HALL OF JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 204 Sand Lake Ave. NW Bagley Phone: (218) 694-2075 Thursday: 7:30 p.m. - 9:10 p.m. Congregation Bible Study; Theocratic Ministry School; Service Meeting. Sunday: 10 a.m. Bible Discourse & Watchtower Study. RICE LAKE AREA FELLOWSHIP ASSEMBLY OF GOD 5 miles west of Bagley on Hwy. 2 and 10 miles south on Cty. Rd. 7 Pastor: Timothy Brown from Assembly of God in White Earth, MN Sunday Evening Services at 4 p.m. Potluck Fellowship following. LANDSTAD LUTHERAN CHURCH Wm. Goodman, Pastor Sunday service 8:30 a.m. Sunday school 9:40 a.m. ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Corner of Central St. W. & Red Lake Ave. N. Bagley, MN 56621 (218) 694-6416 Pastor: Fr. David J. Super Pastoral Associate: Sr. Debrn Berry, SME St. Joseph's Church Sunday Mass at 10:30 a.m. Call for weekday Mass times, 694-6416 St. Mary's, Fosston. Sunday Mass at 8:45 a.m. CALVARY EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 13 Bagley Avenue NW Rick Moore, Pastor 776-2434 Home (218) 694-2517 Church Sunday, July 25:10 a.m. Fellowship time; 10:30 a.m. Worship service. Tuesday, July 25:10 a.m. Bible Study at church. COUNTRY FAITH CHURCH 1 mile south of Clearbrook, 2 miles west on County Road 6. Pastor Larry Dorman Associate Pastor Jim Binder Associate Pastor Darien Northup www.countryfaith.org Sunday, July 25:10 a.m. Worship service, 7 p.m. Youth night. Tuesday, July 27:6:30 a.m. Men's Prayer. Wednesdays, Care groups in various homes. EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH IN AMERICA Pastor Robert Kirchman Clearbrook, Leonard Parish Phone (218) 776-3139 Good Shepherd ~ Clearbrook Sunday, July 25:9 a.m.Worship service/ coffee fellowship following. Our Savior's -~ Leonard Sunday, July 25:10:30 a.m. Worship Service. REDEEMER EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, LC-MS Pastor Joshua Scheer Corner of Hwy. 2 & Red Lake Ave. SW, PO Box E -~ Bagley, MN Church Phone: (218) 694-6258 Parsonage Phone: (218) 694-2327 Wednesdays Lenten Services 7 p.m.; Soup & Sandwich supper 5:30 p.m. Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m. Holy Communion on the 1= and 3~ Sundays of the month; Sunday School: 10:45 a.m. (Sept. - May) Adult Bible Class: 10:45 a.m. Pastor's Office Days: Mon. - Thttrs. RURAL LUTHERAN CHURCHES ELCA Pastor Steven McCaughan Phone (218) 694-2962 ZION Sunday: July 25:9:30 am.. Worship service. BETHEL Sunday: July 25:11 a.m. Worship service. FIRST BAPTIST, CLEARBROOK (218) 776-3252 Pastor Verlyn Strenge Home (218) 776-3262 Sunday: 9:30 am.. Sunday School; 10:45 a.m. Regular Service Worship; 6 p.m. Evening Services. Thursdays: 7 p.m. Bible Study. When Bill Hawks was sixty- four years old, he accepted a call to be a missionary to Kenya, East Africa, even though accepting that call hadn't been part of his plan. Having completed a long pastoral ministry, he intended to retire. Upon returning to his home in St. Joseph, Missouri after teaching in a youth conference, however, he discovered a letter in his mailbox from the secretary of his denominational mission board saying missionaries were urgently needed in three areas: Singapore, India and Nairobi, Kenya. "But, Lord, I'm too far along--too old to go to the mission field," Bill said. Then he remembered that Moses had been eighty when he was called to active duty and commissioned to lead his people out of slavery. It was a beast. Dinosaur was another word tossed around by some members in the household to describe my cell phone of over five years. It was comfortable, familiar, and easy to operate. No gizmos, frills, or gadgets came with it back-in- the-day and all in all, I liked it. I could operate it with ease, and when I closed the flip screen, it had a snappy little sound. I wasn't afraid of scratching, or scraping it for the memory marks upon it could no longer be counted nor remembered from where they'd come. Another stop at the friendly local dealer, who'd seen my face more often than not lately, and I was sold. Sold on a simple but solid looking machine to replace my friendly little beast took mere minutes. When one has the choices narrowed down to four, decisions are By Charlyn Fargo The American Heart Association has a new statement about how to stay heart healthy. The group reviewed 74 previously published studies and developed specific strategies to help people stay heart healthy -- publishing them in the July issue of Circulation. The bottom line? Write down ,en Somehow Bill didn't feel too old after all and, discovering the positions in Singapore and India were filled, he and his wife, Helen, were soon on their way to Kenya to establish a Bible college, a challenge that became one of the greatest adventures of their lives. In his article, "Growing old is not all that bad" Dr. W. Wilbert Welch wrote, "When is a person old? Actually, age is more an attitude than birthdays. Not long ago at a gathering of senior citizens, a bright eyed lady whispered to me, 'Today I'm celebrating my 39th birthday for theI 39 time!' No one would have guessed that she was 78. Her age was not a handicap to happiness, but only a mark on her chronological calendar." At the time of writing his article on the excitement of aging, Dr. Welch said he had waved farewell to the wonderful seventies and stepped into the enjoyable eighties. He then warned against living with a rearview mirror perspective, saying a backward look prevents us from enjoying the wonderful scenery ahead. Dr. Welch wasn't the first to note the danger of constantly looking back and trying to relive yesterdays. But how does one learn to see the past as past, the present pleasant and the future fantastic? Dr. Welch said he kept a li t of the Lord's prescriptions ag'mg on his desk and a reminder to take them every day: "Let not your heart be troubled" (John 14:1). "Let the peace of Godrule in your heart" (Colossians 3:14). "In everything give thanks" (1 Thessalonians 5:18).I Remembering to take these miracle medications daily will increase our faith, eliminate our fears and enable us to face the future with confidence. Long ago, I decided to rule three words out of my vocabulary: "atmy age." 6 These life limiters can rob us of adventures and accomplishments, causing the young to feel incapable because of their lack of experience and the old to feel its time to fold their tents believing they've passed their time of peak production. Each morning I begin my day with the following quote sent to me on an attractive card by a caring friend: "I am only one, but I am one; I cannot do everything, but I can do something. What I can do, I ought to do; and by the grace of God I will do it!" Notice there are no age limitations in this powerful morning motivator. Let's give ourselves to serving God and helping people...today! Roger Campbell is an author, a columnist and broadcaster who was a pastor for 22 years. He can be reached at rcministry@ameritech, net made rather quickly simply by process of elimination. When one is content to upgrade to a phone which actually takes pictures and nothing more, this narrows it down even more. The little black beauty was mine in minutes, almost. You see, my phone of five years was so outdated that the numbers could not be transferred electronically. Apparently, the hook ups to the old and the new were not compatible but this is not a problem when one has a teenager multitasking upon a phone pad keyboard, waiting on you. For what might take mortal man hours to type, the five year list of numbers took this young man only fifteen minutes. Number by number he typed; all the while holding the new phone in one hand and my little dinosaur in the other. Weariness was never once displayed as he went the extra mile so I might walk out that door with something that was at least remotely familiar to me. "I'm about half way through," he announced half way through. "How do you know?" I questioned. He informed me that the scroll bar on the old machine indicated this and assured me he'd be done in no time. "Do you want all of these numbers in?" he hinted. At that point I requested he read me the names and I could give him a thumbs up for keepers or a thumbs down to delete. So, in he began with renewed vigor to finish the task at hand. As he went through the list, I must say I did not remember some of the names! As I began eliminating merely because of lack of recognition but soon I noticed he was nearing the end of the alphabet. That is when he announced the final names within my phone. "Virgil and Kathy," he chanted. "who in the world are Virgil and Kathy?" I asked him, as if he'd know. He shrugged his shoulders and waited for an answer. "No," I said indicating a thumbs down. "I don't have a clue who Virgil and Kathy are." And, if any of you happen to be Virgil and Kathy, please forgive me, but you have now been deleted. Thank goodness you don't ever forget though, do you Lord. You say so clearly in your word, "I know you by name. You are mine." Pressing the little red button one last time on my old cell phone, the screen lit up simultaneously as the music chimed, and across the golden background scrolled the words "Good Bye." Amen. The group also recommends communities help by supporting changes in food labeling (such as mandating limits on trans fats and requiring calorie counts by restaurants) and including more physical activity in schools. For more info, go to www.heart.org. -- American Heart Association WEB Looking for a site to help you count calories? Try www.calorie-count.com. The site offers free nutritional information on a wide range of foods, including information on fat, protein and sugar for each listed item. Q: Are chicken nuggets just as high or higher. Most fast- food dipping sauces, however, can add anywhere from t50 mg to 800 mg of sodium. But why limit yourself to these two options? A grilled (unbreaded) chicken sandwich is a healthier option. Because of the bun, calories are a little higher than the nuggets, but if you add fries to your chicken nugget order, the grilled chicken on a bun comes out lower in calories and saturated fat. Some restaurants offer wraps made with grilled chicken, which may be lower in calories and higher in fiber than a sandwich on a white- bread bun. Individual fast-food restaurants may offer other healthier options, too. .... There are two main issues to consider when you eat at a fast-food restaurant: First, regardless of what you choose, portion control is vital. And second, with any of these options, we are still left asking, "Where are the fruits and vegetables?" For a balanced tneal, be sure to include a salad, fresh fruit or both. -- American Institute for Cancer Research From Cooking Light magazine's August 2010 issue, this recipe for Linguine with Peppery Shrimp only takes a few ingredients. Black pepper gives it some heat. how much you exercise and better than a burger at fast- n- ........... what you eat. food restaurants? Linguine with Peppery Shrimp , Sound too simple? Keeping A: Chicken offers the ! 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt ! diaries can translate into obvious advantage of helping ! 1 1/2 teaspoons freshly ground black pepper! keepingyoumotivated, says Dr. you avoid the excess red meat I 2 pounds large shrix~p, peeled and deveined! Mary McLaughlin, president (beyond 18 ounces a week) I 1 lemon I of the AHA's New York City that increases risk of colon I 8 ounces uncooked !inguine ! Board of Directors. , ,, , cancer,: However, the smallest I 3 tablespoons butter I Here is the AHAs Life s "adult' portion of chicken ! .... ! Simple 7" to take control of nuggets -- usually 3.5 ounces I 1 tablespoon chopped fresh thyme, divided I your health: to 4 ounces (about five to eight ! Combine salt, pepper and shrimp, tossing to coat shrimp. I !Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Coat ! -- Manage your blood pieces) -- is in many other ! pan with cooking spray. Add shrimp; saute 4 minutes or until I pressure. -- Get Active. -- Control Cholesterol. -- Eat Better. -- Lose Weight. -- Reduce Blood Sugar. -- Stop Smoking. The review of studies also found that cognitive behavioral strategies (interventions to change unhealthy habits) are a cornerstone to making changes. Set concrete goals that target a behavior -- that's where writing down eating habits and exercise helps. The Clearwater County Sheriff's Office is seeking additional information in the death of William (Billy) Rice. Rice was found dead 26 years ago along County Road 25. On July 21, 1984 the Sheriff's Office was contacted with ways comparable to a small hamburger. The two choices are about equal in calories and protein, and nuggets are likely to be only about one gram lower in cholesterol-raising fats (saturated plus trans fats). Compared to the somewhat larger "single" or quarter- pound size burger, the chicken nuggets are much lower in calories and cholesterol-raising fat. Sodium in chicken nuggets varies widely; some contain less than a condiment-loaded hamburger, while others are case.- a complaint that someone had been struck by a vehicle while lying on the roadway on County Road 25. Deputies arrived on the scene and found Rice, who was dead on arrival. The party that ran him over was still at the scene I shrimp are done. Grate lemon rind to measure 1/2 teaspoon; I I juice lemon to whisk until butter melts. Bring 6 quarts water I I to a boil; stir in 1 tablespoon kosher salt. Add pasta; cook I I 10 minutes or until al dente. Drain reserving 2 ~tablespoons I I pasta water. Add shrimp, butter mixture, reserved pasta water, I I and 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt to pasta, tossing to coat. Sprinkle I I with remaining 1 teaspoon thyme. Yield: 6 servings (serving ! Bagley Co-op Association Bulk Deliveries, LP Gas, Complete Automotive Service Fmut End Allignment & Farm Tire Service 694-6228 ~ Bagley, MN Open 7 days a week till 9 p.m. Bagley 694-6212 Makes a Great Gift! Building Center Building Materials & Home Decorating Hwy 2 W Sagley 694-6292 On a trip to Vermont, a vet said to a farmer, =The cow population of your county is larger than the human population. W hy?" =We prefer cows," he said. If you were somebody else, would you want to be friends with you, or would you prefer cows instead of your corn panionship? Some people roll out the red carpet for you one day, and pull it out from under you the next. They love you when you're buying, but leave you when you're broke. Like your shadow, they're with you only when the sun shines. But the Bible says, =A friend Ioveth at all times." The one who ceases to be your friend never was a good one. Visit us at: www. TheSower.com I size: about 1 1/3 cups). I [ [ I Per serving: 352 calories, 36 g protein, 30.7 g carbohydrate, I Don't forget to shop the i 8.9 g fat, 245 mg cholesterol, 674 mg sodium. I [ classifieds first! [ ! Charlyn Fargo is a registered dietitian from Springfield, IlL For I I comments or questions; contact her at charfarg@aol.com. To find I I out more about Charlyn Fargo and read features by other Creators I However, until full details of I Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate I I website atwww.creators.com. I I COPYRIGHT 2010 CREATORS.COM I l- m m mm m am mm is a~ n ml lain il am mm al struck by a vehicle while in the standing position. Rice was at the time believed to be pushing a bicycle along the shoulder of the road. The investigation so far has lead investigators to believe that Rice's death is accidental. and was arrested for Driving under the Influence (DWI). However, as the investigation continued, it was discovered that Rice was dead at the time he was struck by the vehicle. An autopsy report indicates Injuries consistent with being the incident are discovered, investigators cannot rule out foul play. If anyone has information, they are asked to contact the Sheriff's Office at 694-6226. The Rice case is one of three cold cases the Sheriff's Office brought up for review earlier this year. Along with Rice, the Sheriff's Office is looking into the disappearance of Charlie (Chucky) Bush. Bush was last seen at a party in 1996. Also, two people have been arrested and charged in the 1998 Leisa Martin death. Saturdays: 7 a.m. Men's Prayer Breakfast. FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 32~d Bagley Ave. NW PO Box 297 Bagley, MN 56621 (218) 694-2631 Pastors John Omans & Theresa Jacobson Thursday, July 22:1:30 p.m. Parkview Communion. Sunday, July 25:10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. Coffee Hour. Tuesday, July 27:8 a.m. Prayer Breakfast at Grandma B's. Wednesday, July 28:7 p.m. Worship/ communion. SOLWAY LUTHERAN CHURCH CLEARWATER (Shevlin) LUTHERAN P.O. Box 9, Shevlin, MN. 56676 (218) 785-2146 Solway Every Monday: 8 p.m. AA/Alanon. SOLWAY LUTHERAN CHURCH Sunday, July 25:10 a.m. Parish worship services w/poiluck dinner will follow. Wednesday, July 28:6 p.m. Fun night w/potluck supper, games and fellowship. CLEARWATER LUTHERAN CHURCH Sunday, July 25:10 a.m. Parish worship services w/potluck dinner to follow at Solway. LENGBY LUTHERAN PARISH Pastor Shawn Stafford Phone: 668-2211 (office) 9:05 a.m. "Christ for Us" on 96.7 FM, KKCQ. Our Savior's ~ Bagley Sunday, July 25:8:15 a.m. Bible Study; 9 a.m. Divine service. St. Paul's -~ Lengby Sunday, July 25:9 a.m. Divine service. GRACE FREE LUTHERAN CHURCH Bagley, MN 56621 Lyle Twite, Pastor Office (218) 694-6570 Parsonage (218) 694-6656 9:30 a.m. Sunday Service; 10:45 a.m. Sunday School. Church Council 1~ Wednesday of the month. THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Clearbrook, MN. President Samuel B. Sparhawk (218) 556-6707 Sunday: 10 a.m. Service; 11:10 a.m. Sunday School; 11:20 a.m. Primary; 12:10 p.m. Priesthood and Relief Society; 12:10 p.m. Young women's. SELL LAKE COMMUNITY CHURCH Ministerial Service provided by Oak Hills Bible College. Contact: (218) 657-2430 Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Worship Services. FAITH BIBLE CHAPEL OF CLOVER 53239 269* Avenue Leonard, MN. 56652 Sunday: 11 a.m. Worship Service. NON-DENOMINATIONAL BELIEVERS Believers who obey the commandments of God and have the testimony of the Lord Jesus (Rev. 12:17) are assembling weeldy in homes call (218) 776-2117 for more information. Homeless shelter Food & help for those in need. GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH 18633 350th Ave. Bagley, MN 56621 (215) 694-2507 Pastor Eric Olson Every Tuesday, 9 aan. -~ Breakfast Club Public Welcome-Free will offoring. Saturday, -- Service at 6:30 p.m. "'No matter who you are, or where you are in life "s journey, there "s a place for you here. "