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Section A - Oakes Times, Thursday, January 23, 2014 Dick and Jill Johnson accompa- week was having her two-year pic- nied Kim and Sandy Rasmussen to ture taken Thursday. Saturday, Es- Bismarck Tuesday. Kim and Dick tella and her room, Maureen, had a attended meetings of the NDAREC. special day together and did some Jill and Sandy spent the time shop- shopping in Aberdeen. ping and visiting. They returned on Tom Heimbuch was a visitor at the Thursday. Kelly and Sharon home Saturday. Deb and Jim Bosse were coffee Linda and Arlan Albro spent Fri- guests at the Dick and Jill Johnson day and Saturday in Mandan visiting home Monday. their grandson, Cody Albro. Kathy Heimbuch kept a doctor's Kathy Rehborg, New York Mills, appointment in Oakes Wednesday Minn., and Mia Swanson, Forman, afternoon, spent the weekend at the Valera and Nazareth WELCA held their Janu- Duane Hayen home. Saturday Val- ary meeting Thursday afternoon at era, Kathy and Mia drove to Aber- the church. Phyllis Delehoyde led deen and had lunch and did some the lesson and also was hostess for shopping. the meeting. Those present were Tom and Kathy Heimbuch drove Phyllis Delahoyde, Shannon Malp- to Fargo Sunday, and Tom kept an ert, Rita Linderkamp, Karla Juran appointment with an eye doctor and Darlene Johnson. The WELCA Monday. group will be going to Four Seasons Kathy and Greg Strntz, Oakes, on Thursday afternoon, January 16, prepared and brought supper to the to provide entertainment and dessertMarian Johnson home Sunday eve- lunch for the residents, ning. Other guests were Dick and Maureen Wentworth and Frank- Jill Johnson. After a delicious meal, lin spent a night in the Oakes Hos- they played cards along with a lot of pital where Franklin was treated forvisiting. croup. He returned home and is do- Kelly Cooper was in Minot Janu- ing well. A big highlight of Estella's ary 6-8, where he attended the Man- hak Zero Kill Convention. He also all of the cancellations, some time. it gets cold, and keep winter survival visited Sharon's mom, Hilda Heit, Mable Banderet spent WednesdayActivity has been slow, and inthings in your car. Never know what January 7, in Minot to wish her a until Saturday in the Oakes Hospital. many cases came to a standstill. Yes, will happen out there. And morns happy birthday. Kelly was in North- She is home now and feeling very the frigid temperatures had a tough and dads, make sure the youngsters, wood, N.D., Wednesday to deliver great. Good to hear Mable. impact on the area; not ideal circum- no matter what age, bundle up too. some soil samples. Kelly Cooper celebrated his birth- stances to be out and about unless Mittens, scarves, heavy jackets and Bob Banderet drove to Valley City day on Sunday, with a hike up on very necessary. As a result, the news boots; all necessary. Take it from one Sunday afternoon to visit Megan Windy Mound. He reported, "Yes, is very short. It does show there who used to walk to country school, Banderet. it was windy!" Sunday afternoon, were a lot of good choices made. and would have been in pretty bad The Bosse family took a belated Kelly and Sharon drove to Fargo and A trip out in the cold did not tempt shape without all of the items I have Christmas family vacation. Family had a birthday supper. Many more anyone. The weather forecast ahead mentioned. members, Deb and Jim Bosse, Jason happy birthdays, Kelly. of us does not sound too good either. Tammy Mathews was in Aberdeen Bosse, Kaylee, Carson and Kaden, Tom and Kathy Heimbuch, Josh, Winter is not over YET!!! Tuesday to run errands, and do some Bruce and Jodi Bosse, Hadley and Jordon and Shelby, joined Chad, Colds and the flu are making their shopping. Heather Bosse, Sage and Elsa, de- Monica, Kaia and Collins Heimbuch rounds too. I have one of the colds Elijah Mathews and several other parted from the Fargo airport headed of Oakes, at the Fullerton supper (have not had one for ages), and now Sargent Central students, accom- for the Florida Keys. They rented a club and celebrated a belated Christ- the cough is making me miserable. It panied band instructor, Mr. Miar- house on the Gulf side of Marathon mas. After the meal they returned can't last forever can it?? ski and choral instructor, Mrs. Kaia Island. Time was spent fishing and to the home of Chad and Monica, This morning (Monday), the cable Mahrer, to Fargo Sunday afternoon, swimming in a pool and in the ocean, where they had dessert and opened TV went off and was out for sev- where they auditioned for the North The family made a trip to see the dol- their Christmas gifts. Shelby left for eral hours. Certainly was quiet but Dakota All-State Music Festival. phins, which the younger generation NDSU on Saturday, where she will thankful it was the TV service and Paul and Tammy Mathews drove especially enjoyed. A visit was made start her last semester before her not power for the house. I can han- to Aberdeen Sunday afternoon, and to Rick and Jeanie Hoistad at their graduation in the spring, die being without the TV but heat enjoyed a movie and dinner out. home on Cuejoe Island. The weather Kip Cooper, Kelly's brother, is is another thing. We had a beautiful Paul and Tammy Mathews drove was wonderful while in Florida and now working for FEMA, and sta-weekend and have to call it a break to Bismarck Wednesday: They had the trip home. They returned home tioned in New Mexico where they from the cold. Hard to watch temper- dinner with their good friend, Bill on January 4, after a fun filled time. are doing repair work on the mon- atures fall but they can't get as bad Riedman Wednesday evening, and Their timing was good, as their flight soon flood of last fall. Sounds as as they were, can they??? attended a meeting Thursday morn- back was about a half a day ahead of though he could be there for quite Have a good week,bundle up when ing before leaving for home. During winter weather many the lowest total wattage possible to people use supplemental heaters keep you comfortable," she says. to add comfort to selected areas in Low-wattage radiant heaters, their homes rather than raise over- some rated at just a few hundred all indoor temperatures. To help en- watts, also are available for supple- sure efficiency and safety, Otter Tail mental heat in small spaces such as Power Company offers these tips office workstations. While still hot for buying and using portable elec- to the touch, these units do not have tric space heaters, fans so they heat only directly in Don't fall for claims of added effi- front of them. ciency on overpriced electric space The type of heater you choose heaters. "All electric space heaters can help you feel more comfort- operate at 100 percent efficiency, able. "For example, an electric Because they convert all of the elec- heater that distributes warmth from tri~i[~'[hey u~e to heat, they all are a greater surface area, such as a por: equally efficient. So, don't: fall vic- table baseboard or a radiator-shaped tim to a scam," says Theresa Drex- heater, can increase comfort by dis- ler, Senior Market Planning Spe- tributing heat more evenly. A small cialist at Otter Tail Power Company. fan-forced heater of the same watt- "Electric room heaters that sell for age will produce the same amount several hundred dollars are not more of heat but at a higher intensity and energy ,efficient. Portable heaters of be more localized. But either will equal wattage will cost the same to heat your room," Drexler says. operate whether the unit's purchase Select a portable electric heater price is $40 or $400." that has a thermostat so it doesn't The only feature of an electric run all the time. "A unit with a ther- heater that affects the amount of mostat can help maintain a con- heat the unit can generate is watt- stant temperature and not overheat age. "A 1,000-watt heater uses 1 an area. If using a heater without a kilowatt-hour per hour of opera- thermostat, consider operating it on tion no matter what type of heater a timer to avoid wasting energy," it is," says Drexler, who adds that says Drexler. heat pumps are the only option that "A thermostat also may help can claim greater efficiency be- avoid safety issues should the heater cause these units capture free heat be left on when no one is home or from the environment. "Remember, attending it," adds Otter Tail Power to best manage your costs, operate Company Safety Services Manager 0RTHOPEDIC SURGERY SPECIALISTS ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON WILL BE AT SANFORD CLINIC OAKES ON FRIDAY, JAN. 31 MORNING ONLY FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL 1-800-765-2660 i ii These business encourage you to attend the church of your choice For $16 a Month! Advertise Your Business Here! Call The Oakes Times 701-742-2361! AWENDER REALTY Peter Awender, Broker 701-742-2456 Sara Iverson, Sales Associate 701-742=3947 8366 Hwy. 1, Oakes, N.D. Taking you farther 601 Main Avenue, Oakes, ND 701-742-2112 Stanon FINANCIAL 742-2219- Oakes I MORE RIGHT THAN RAIN [)akes 701-742-3745 Cell: 701-710-0711 Edward Jones 1041 Ivy. Ave. C)akes, ND 58474 103 S. Main St, LaMoure, ND 58458 STOCKS - BONDS CDs IRAs - M UTUAL FU N DS Tammy L Bender Financial Advisor 412 Main Ave Oakes, ND 58474 701-742-3552 Member SIPC Eric Hamm, who offers this addi- Keep portable electric space heat- tional safety advice, ers away from flammable materials Select the proper wattage for a such as curtains, bedding, newspa- portable electric space heater so pers, etc. it doesn't overload your electrical Make sure that the outlet where wiring and create a fire safety issue, you plug in your portable electric "Portable electric heaters come in a space heater is tight fitting. variety of wattages. The most com- Never use a portable electric mon are 1,000-watt and 1,500-watt space heater or any electric appli- units, and some have low, medium, ance near wet areas such as bathtubs and high settings. Don't be tempted and sinks. to buy a higher-wattage unit because Avoid using an extension cord of the additional heat it can deliver but, if one is needed, be sure it has unless you know you have adequate at least 12-gauge wire. capacity in your home wiring," says Read and follow the manufdc- ~ Ha/nm. "The smaller the wattage turer's instructions and make sure a the less likely it will overload your portable electric space heater is UL wiring." labeled. One sign of an overloaded circuit If you have questions about elec- is blown fuses or tripped circuit trical safety, energy conservation, breakers, energy prices, or about how an elec- If the outlet, or the wall surround- tric space heater might affect your ing it, becomes warm after the electric service bill, call Otter Tail heater has operated for a while, the Power Company's Idea Center at wiring is overloaded. Discontinue 800-493-3299. using that outlet for your heater or consider a lower-wattage heater. LARSON 701-742-3384 Budd Larson, Oakes, ND "Trusted Accounting Professionals Since 1978" W.W. WEISPFENNING CPAs, LTD. 516 Main Ave., Oakes, ND 58474 701-742-3375 509 Main St., Edgeley, ND 58433 701-493-2341 213 1st Ave. S, Jamestown, ND 58401 701-252-7029 Oakes Church of the Nazarene Sunday School: 9:30 am Sunday Worship Services: 10:45 am Wednesday Activities: 6:45 pm 1019 Ivy Ave, Oakes (701) 742-3193 Circle Inc. Convenience Store Carwash "'The little store that treats you right'" Oakes 742-2460 Store Hours: Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sun. & holidays 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Store: 742-2174 The Oakes Times will gladly place your " baby's birth announcement in our paper at no charge. There is a $30 cha e for obituaries with vhoto: $10 without photo Thank yous are a $7.50 for 75 words or less & 10 a word over. Engagement & Wedding announcements, birthday, anniversary, engagement & wedding open houses will be charged a fee. , FREEDOM LIFE ASSEMBLY OF GOD Dec. 15 - No services. Instead, OAKES HIGH SCHOOL Sunday School Program at Methodist REV. RYAN MAXTED,710-0650 Church, and following annual meet- HTTpr/]FREEDOMLIFEASSEMBLY.ORG ing at the church. Christmas Eve - Life Group: Sundays 10:30am Festival of Carols, 5:15pm; Services, including kids ministry. FREEDOM 5:30pm KIDS: Wednesdays 6:30pm fun & OUR SAVIOR'S LUTHERAN CHURCH, games; 7:00pm Kids Service includ-ELCA 8630 104TH AVE. SE, OAKES. ing toddler and preschool. 742-2696 All ministry meets at 517 Main Ave. Sunday Worship-8:30am; Sunday (Bright Beginnings building) School - 9:30am SOUTHEAST BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 111 N 6TH ST., OAKES, 742-3699, ~IAi~LIXXa~ PASTOR .|EFF MOORE PASTOR STEVE OLSON Need a ride to Church services, call Sunday-Worship 10am 710-1146 ........... ST. CHARLES Bo~oMEo CHURCH. Sundays- 9:30am SS; 10:30am D~lff, fiffA2eZ419~ Worship; 10:30am Children's ChurchFR. WILLIAM (BILL) GERLACH (Ages 3-12); 12:30pm Worship; Jan. 25 - Mass OGSC 10:00am; Mass Wednesdays - 7pm Prayer Service & 5:30pm Children's Service Jan. 26 - Mass 9:00am; Grades PK-6 ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH, GWINNER CCD 10:00am 420 lST ST SE, GW~NNER -- MISSOURIJan. 28 - Mass OCH 5:30pm SYNOD. 678-2401 PASTOR MATTHEW Jan. 29 - Mass 8:30am; Grades 7-12 RICHARD, 680-2658 CELL CCD 7:00pm WWW.ZIONGWINNER.ORG Jan. 30 - Mass 8:30am GRACE & NAZARETH LUTHERAN Morris Stephens, Jr, 678-2401 l- Sunday Sunday School and Bible - PASTOR JUSTIN FENGER Class 9:00am; Worship 10:00am; Jan. 26 - 8:30am, Nazareth Worship; Wednesday - Bible Class 9:00am, 9:15am, Grace and Nazareth Sunday Confirmation 4:00pm School; 10:30am, Grace Worship; Communion 1st and 3rd Sundays ll:30am, 3rd Graders and Parents of the month; "The Lutheran Hour" Bible Class; 6:30pm, Family Movie radio program heard Sundays 7:30am Night; on KFGO 790 AM, 4:30pro on Jan. 28 - 12:10pm, Luther League KFNW 1200 AM. Lunch; OCN-CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Jan. 29 - 5:00pm, Confirmation; llTH AND IVY, OAKES 5:45pm, Meal; 6:15pm, Activity for PASTOR KELLEY LOVELACE, 742-3193 Families; Jan. 30 - 9:00am, Grace Sundays - 9:30am Sunday School, Quilting 10:45am Children's Church, 10:45am The broadcast of Grace Lutheran Worship (nursery provided). Church's Sunday morning worship Wednesdays - 6:45pm Caravan/Wa- service can be heard on your com- umba Land for kids, Youth Group, puter at or listen live 7pm Adult Grow Groups. on KDDR 1220 AM. Check us out on the web at www. ST..lOaN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH, or "Like" us on Face- VERONA & GOOD SHEPHERD, book.t ST..|OHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH PASTOR CHERI DANIELSON, 432-5688 PASTOR CARL GLAMM 883-4515 REV. PATRICK O'BRIEN Jan. 21 - 2:00pm Rebecca Circle at Sundays - SS at 9am; High school & GS; Jan. 22 - 5:30pro Confirmation Adult Bible Study at 9:10am; Worship class at SJ; Jan. 23 - 7:00pm Bible at 10:15am Study at High Prairie; Sundays SAVO APOSTOLIC LUTHERAN CHURCH, - 9:00am, Worship at S J; 10:00am, (STATELINEROAD) PASToRREINO Sunday School at GS; ll:00am, Worship at GS Sundays Worship Service - 10:30am UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Communion - 2nd Sunday of every month. 742-2925, PASTOR STEVE OLSON STS. MARY & MARK EPISCOPAL Sundays - Cogswell: 8:30am; CHURCH. 8TH ~ IVY, OAKES Worship Service Oakes: 11:00am REV. DOYLE BURKHARDT, Sunday School; 9:30am Worship. Wednesdays - Oakes: 6:30pm LINDA HOKANA, 742-3558 Bible study; 7:15pm CIA.