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Keith Olmanson, Pastor Sunday worship: 9 a.m.; 10 a.m.

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Social News Ledger Thursday February 24, 1994 4 Time to return Recently I had the privilege and joy of travelling to Israel for a tour of the Holy Land.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, George; brothers, Alvin and Harold. FLORENCE BERDAN Florence Berdan, 77, of New Ulm, died Thursday, Feb.

of Howard Lake; sister and brother-in-law, Lois and Em- mert Jenneke of Lester Prairie; sister-in-law, Jo Arda Ernst of Howard Lake; 12 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. She mar- ried George Emich on April 26, 1932 at St. She served as head cook in Lester Prairie School for many years. Paul Lutheran Church and active in Bible Study Group and Women's Missionary League.

She is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Emery and Mar- jorie; two grandchildren; two sis- ters, Elsie and Charolette Hesse, both of New Ulm; two brothers, Kurt Hesse of New Ulm, Alfred Hesse of Staples. She graduated from New Ulm High School and Normal Department and taught at a country school near Courtland, Nicollet County. 19, 1928, at Clear Lake Methodist Church iff Cornish Township, Sibley County. She Ulm after her husband d was a member of Lutheran Church.

Mary's Catholic Church and was active on the Funeral Lunch Committee at St. Olson Funeral Home, Fergus Fails, was in charge of arrangements. 15, 1906, in New Ulm to Charles and Paula (Abraham) Hesse.

A gospel tract which I received at the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem had the fol- lowing statements along with ap- propriate pictures.

CLEAR LAKE BAPTIST Wayne Johnson, Interim Pastor Sun., Feb. She was preceded in death by brothers, Clarencand Victor, Altmann; sister, Elsie Brey. After marriage they lived in New Ulm where she worked at various downtown retail stores. /1 I' /lit / /1'1- i PbIt, o '11 /0 11   /It */1, k*/tl . 0flllt O -- I q'/t S'ILPGt, d 1"161- --$'h, 1'14 k'h bt Hllal ZOS t Z| t. 2'14 q'h q'h ZM/1 /}'1, USCIILL -- - 1 ki ll'/I |l*ll tl'lt lb f Z'h IJSRLS II'A _ I1 &|O /t'h L0'I, ll'l, l B'lt 1'11 Hul L(It ILI1 4. She is survived by her hus- band, Harold; sister and brother-in- law, Laura and Edwin Kral of rural New Ulm; many nieces and nephews. Maybe some of us have not been in God's house for years, or listened to Him recently in His Word, or spoken with Him lately in prayer, or communed of late with Him at His altar. What better time to return to the Lord than right now? Firle Funeral Home in New Ulm was in charge of arrangements.

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