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The Sioux County Index-Reporter Wednesday, October 6, 2010 I R'S Rev. Mark Heijerman Carmel Reformed Church, Rock Valley WTavth autumn and its marvelously crisp cool air upon , I often hear people commenting that this is their orite time of year. They thoroughly enjoy the colors, the harvest, getting back into a routine, the absence of high humidity, and a break from the heat. Lighting a fire around the old backyard pit on a hot sticky night in July is just not the same as a good sweatshirt night fire in October. And yet, it also happens that many folks tend to qualify their fondness for fall by saying something like, "I love this season, but I'm not quite ready for it because I don't like what comes afterward." In other words, enthusiasm for autumn is tempered by what follows; people find themselves unable to enjoy fall as much as they would like because they've got their eyes on winter. It's an interesting way of thinking. With this rationale, every- body ought to love Mnter because of what follows--spring! All of this brings to mind a couple of thoughts. First, it's important to live and seize each day for what it is. Jesus says, "Do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own" (Matthew 6:34), and so if today is sunny and warm, enjoy it without fretting about the possibility of snow tomorrow. Don't waste a good day by worrying about what may happen in the future. And yet, secondly, we have to realize that the future does have a way of impacting the present. If students have a test on Friday, it has a way of sapping a little of Thursday's fun I remember having to play trumpet solos on various Sunday evenings when I was a teenager and it made me so nervous at times that I'd have that sick feeling in my stomach already on Saturday. Of course, it works the other way around too. If you have some fun stuff planned for the weekend, it tends to brighten your step during the week. Winter weather is a little easier to handle in March than it is in January because you know that spring is on the horizon. And so, even though we have to seize each day for what it is, the fact remains that knowledge of the future does impact the present; it adds or detracts from our lives. This is especially true with regard to spiritual things. Depending on what you're facing in the end, it makes a differ- ence in your attitude today. To know Christ is to have a future that is secure and thus a present that is filled with a peace that passes all understand'mg. Stalk Chopping & raking available!! Call Brad 605-351-3120 Inwood, IA 186399 OBITUARIES John Flier, 83 John Flier age 83 of Larchwood, died Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2010, unex- pectedly near Harris. Funeral service was 10:30 a.m., Friday, Sept. 24th at the United Church of Christ in Larchwood, with Pastor Kelly Volk officiating. Burial fol- lowed at Larchwood Cemetery with full military honors by the Flessner American Legion Post No. 561 of Larchwood. Visitation was Thursday, Sept. 23rd from 2:00 to 8:00 p.m., with the family present from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Jurrens Funeral Home of Larchwood. John Arthur Flier was born January 23, 1927 on a farm near Rock Rapids, unteered for several years with the ,! the son of Henry and Grace (Rook) setting up 'of the Polka Festival in ii Flier. At age two their family moved Lake Benton, Minn. 11 to a farm east of Larchwood and John He is survived by his loving II attended country school and helped wife of 58 years, Jeanne Flier of with the family farm. Larchwood; son, Joel (Beth) Flier ! On April 16, 1952 John entered the United States Army. While on of Brandon, S.D.; daughter, Jolene ,leave John was united in marriage to (Doug) Penning of Beaver Creek, Jeanne Logan at her parents' home in Rock Rapids. John earned the rank of Corporal while serving with the 40th Infantry Division. On Jan. 15, 1954 John received his honorable discharge and returned home to Jeanne. They farmed north- west of Luverne, Minn., until mov- ing to their family farm east of Larchwood. In 2005 John and Jeanne moved to their home in Larchwood. John was a life member of the VFW and American Legion in Larchwood. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, and polka dancing. John and Jeanne vol- William Klaassen, 92 Minn.; five grandchildren, Amber (Nick) Kellenberger of Lester, Bruce (Natasha) Flier of Harrisburg, S.D., Kara Flier of Brandon, S.D., Jessica Penning of Marshall, Minn., and Cody Penning of Beaver Creek, Minn.; three great-grandchildren; two sisters, Carrie Lens of Zeeland, Mich. and Alice Vander Brink of Boyden; step-sister, Edna Garrison of Rock Rapids; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers; and one sister. :t I William "Bill" Klaassen, age 92, of Sheldon, and formerly of Boyden, passed away on Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010 at the Prairie View Home in Sanborn. dolences may be sent Look for the full obitu- Klaassen's services are to: vanderploegfunerals, ary in the Wednesday, pending withthe Vander com. Oct. 13, edition of the Ploeg Funeral Home in Vander Ploeg Funeral Sioux County Index- Sheldon. Home is in charge of the Reporter. Online memorial con- arrangements. NG .,q Andrea Dolge and Kyle Heynen were married Friday, June 18 at Tut Hill Park in Sioux Falls, S.D. with the Rev. Todd Zuidema of Hull officiating. Parents of the couple are Jeff and Ann Dolge of Sioux Falls, S.D. and Brace and Kim Heynen of Boyden. Grandparents of the bride are Bea Dolge and Ed and Ellen Formiller of Sioux Falls, S.D. Grandparents of the groom are Bill and Wilma Heynen of Boyden and Paul and Trudy Anema of Sanborn. Great- grandmother of the groom is Angeline Elgersma of Sanborn. Matron of honor was Lindsey Dolge, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Vanessa Dolge, sister of the bride; Rebekah Koll, fi'iend of the bride; and Abby and Maria Heynen, sis- ters of the groom. Personal atten- dants were Kathryn Dale, aunt of the bride and Amy Doppenberg, aunt of the groom. Best man was Drew Heynen, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Ben Brown, Jeff Hofraan, Mike Van Engen, and Sou Baccam, friends of the groom. Ushers were Brandon Dorhout, friend of the groom; Dusty.Doppenberg, uncle of the groom; and Brad Dale, uncle of the bride. A reception and dance was held at the Great Plains Zoo in Sioux Falls, S.D. Following a honeymoon to the Rivera Maya, Mexico, the cou- ple is at home in Sheldon. The bride is employed at the Sanford Medical Center in Sheldon. The groom is employed by Land O' Lakes at the Farmers Coop Society in Sanbom. t q ! 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Taxes, fees. and ~et~ apply. Offer enos ~r See store for delails and 30 Day Guara~ee ~, @2010 i wi~e/ess. SIOUX CENTER -- Twenty-one dancers f om Robin's School of Dance had the Sioux Center and Rock a record year at the Dance Rapids studios traveled for America National Finals in the competition during the Orlando, Fla., bringing home first week of July. a total of 10 national cham- The dancers attended pionships, regional competitions in Omaha and Minneapolis, where judges' scores earned them the privilege of compet- ing at nationals. Nationals take place in Chicago next year. One of their group routines, "Rama Lama (Bang Bang)," was selected for performance i at the Walt Disney World i Hollywood Studios show- case. Members of Robin's School include Megan VanderEsch of Hull and Madison R0zeboom and Payton Suter of Rock Valley. The new dance season started on Tuesday, Sept. 7. i I] ~1 r ]