Newspaper Archive of
Montmorency County Tribune
Atlanta, Michigan
April 10, 2013     Montmorency County Tribune
PAGE 13     (13 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 13     (13 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 10, 2013

Newspaper Archive of Montmorency County Tribune produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

"Not Ashamed," this past Sunday. The group shared a special message in song about God's love in the midst of storms. The ladies of the church: had made a delicious Sloppy Joe lunch topped offwith strawberry and saw dust pie. We greatly appreciated the singers eating with us and sharing meaningful fel- lowship at the dinner table. We are grateful to the many visitors that keep stopping in. You are always welcome at our church. We ask that you come back. We are excited about the upcoming events sched- tried at our church. April 21, during our evening ser- vice we will be welcoming Doug Carmel from Rock of Israel. He will be speaking on the Seasons of Passover. We are excited to an- nounce that on June 8 we will be hosting the free fishing/picnic in the again at Briley Township Park and pavilion. "Not Ashamed" has agreed to return and share another concert with our commu- nity. Keep looking for details on our upcomingVacarion Bible School. This year's theme is "Bugs," and the group from Chicago is back this year to help us with our music and games. Kids, start inviting your munity Baptist Church of Hillman, Pastor Killion ex- plained to us the reasons for tithing, keeping the Ten Commandments and why you must understand the Old Testament of the Bible in order to understand the New Testament. Coming Events: April 14, Fellowship dinner. The Lord's Supper, and MediLodge Services; April 20, Kitchen shower for the church at noon; May 4, Mother/daughter Ladies Banquet at noon. Mary Garza will be our guest. RSVP required. Tickets are $10 for ages 13 and up; and May 16 and 17, Work Bee for give-away. We are still collecting clean cans for the building fund and items for our Spring Give-away. Let us pray for Pastor Killion and his family, for revival in the church, the sick, homeless, shut-ins, unsaved, starving, for church growth and vaca- tion bible school, for peace in Israel, our military per- sonnel and their families, and our country. The Heavenly Father is so faithful to answer our prayers. We see him work- ing in our lives and bless- ing us daily. Share the love of God with someone to- day. Remember that God doesn't change, we should! SENIOR NEWS LINE friends. " YOU have a friend at FBC. Members and guests of St. lohn Lutheran Church, Hillman observed the sec- ond Sunday of Easter last Sunday. Thank you to Lowell, Stewart and Karen for assisting Pastor Mandleywith the moming worship service. During the worship ser- vice we welcomed Lucas John Donajkowski and T0rri Jeanette Brown in God's family through Holy Baptism. Lucas' parents are Benjamin and Chris- tina Havermahl and his sponsor is Laticia Havermahl. Torri's par- ents are Troy Brown and Shara Havermahl and her sponsors are PercyJackson and Karen Burr. The LWML will host their quarterly potluck meeting. on Sunday, April 14 follow- ing the morning worship service. The LWML Spring Rally will be held at St. John Lutheran Church on Sat- urday, April 21 with regis- tration beginning at 9:30 a.m. The fee is $5, which includes lunch. The speaker will be Reverand Mark Boditch from Grand Rapids. Happybirthdaythisweek to Geraldine Hubbard, Shirley Vogt, Alien Edgar, Clayton Bahrke, Lee Brandt, Jason Barrie and Raelyn Konieczny. During the Sunday morning service at Com- At the Full Gospel Church of Atlanta, Pastor Fisher rifled his sermon, "Another wall has come down," which was based on scripture from Ephesians 2:11-22. Pref- aced by the example how the Berlin wall separated East and West Germany and was torn down, so there was, in the spiritual sense, another wall that came down, (i e )Eph, 2:13,14. But now in Christ Jesus you who were far off have been brought near by the blood of Christ. For He Himself is our peace, who has made both one, and has broken down the middle wall of separation. There will be a Kidz and Youth Ministry program at Life Ministry Center in Cheboygan April 13, from 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. There will be a kids edi- tion of the Evangel maga- zine, for distribution on Sunday, titled "Superhe- roes of the Bible." It will feature amazing animals, activities, and fl4n facts. At the Full Gospel Church and Family Ministry Cen- ter of Lewiston, there is Bible study on Tuesday at 2 p.m. The food pantry opens at 4 p.m. on Thurs- day and That Thursday Thing: Praise, Prayer, and Word, is at 6 p.m. programs, benefits, and services. Just call toU-tree 1-SO0-FED-INFO or v/slt WWW.IIII[ gsa.gcan. U.$. General Services Administration Questions, Anyone? Learn more about federal goverrmlent David Woodrow Wilson David Woodrow Wilson, 70, of Kalkaska, died at home on Tuesday, April 2, 2013. He was born on November 14, 1942 to Woodrow and Ruth (Harper) Wilson. He gradu- ated from Atlanta High School in Atlanta, Michigan in 1961. He married Margaret (Marchand) in 1966, who survives. David graduated from Ferris State in 1967. He worked for the State of Michigan for over 28 years, most of which as the Kalkaska County Social Services Director. Mr. Wilson was a member of the People's Church in Kalkaska, served on the Senior Haven Board, volun- teered at the Kalkaska Commission on Aging, and was president of the local Historical Society. The greatest joy in his life was spending time with his family and watch- ing his grandsons play baseball and other sports. He was an avid and lifelong Detroit Tigers fan. David is also survived byhis son, Steve (Jeanny) Wilson of Rudyard; daughter, Julie of Kalkaska; grandchildren Mitch, Tyler, Riley, and JadaWilson; step-grandchildren Ashley Clark, Alicia (Tyler) Northrup, and Ariel (lake) McGrath. A memorial service was held on Saturday, April 6, in the Chapel of Kalkaska Funeral Home with Pastor Roger Numerick officiating. Memorials may be directed to the Kalkaska Commission on Aging or the American Heart Association. Arrangements were handled by Kalkaska Funeral Home and Cremation Services. by lVlatitda Charles My Social Security There is an easierwayto get answers from Social Security than sitting on hold on the phone. Social Security's website (http://socialsecurity.gov) has a long list of things you can do online after creating a My Social Security account: get your benefits verification let- ter, get your statement, apply for retirement or disability benefits, appeal a disability decision, estimate your retire- ment benefits, checkyour application status and so much more. The biggest concern, however, is that if you've done a Googie search about the topic, you easily could end up at a fake website that is not Social Security. For example, replacing your card is free, but if you acci- dentally wander to a scam site, they'll want to charge you as much as $50. Not only that, but they'll have your Social Security number when you type it in. If you marry and want a card in your new name, you'll need to contact Social Security directly. Don't fall for an online scam. Even if you haven't hunted online for information yet you receive what looks like Social Security email, beware. Social Security will never send you email asking for infor- mation such as your name or number. Any emalls asking for that are from scammers. If you receive that kind of email, call the real Social Security administration immedi- ately at 1-800-772-1213 or the fraud hotine at 1-800-269- 0271. Do the same if you receive a phone call from someone pretending to be from Social Security. They might have excuses, such as their computer systemwent down orthey need to verify your banking direct-deposit information. If you sign up online for a genuine My Social Security account, beware. Be sure what webpage you're on. Re- member to look for the ".gov" at the end of the address. Matilda Charles regrets that he cannot personally answer reader questions, but will incorporate them into his column whenever possible. Send email to columnreply2@gmail.com. (c) 2013 King Features Synd., Inc. Wednesday, April 10, 2013 The Montmorency County Tribune 13 ! I " Bonnie Trembath Bonnie Trembath (San- dri), 77, of Atlanta passed away on March 23, 2013 while visiting family in Florida. Bonnie was born on Sep- tember 14, 1935 in Detroit to parents Joseph and Evelyn Sandri. She grew up in Royal Oak, graduating fromRoyal OakHigh School in 1953. She married Doug Trembath on April 13, 1957, and they raised their chil- dren in Livonia. She retired to Atlanta in 1992 and enjoyed boating, snowmobiling and golfing with the Thunder Bay Thurs- day Ladies League. She is survived byloving husband Douglas Trembath of Atlanta; dear daughters, Kathie (Chris) MacLean of Westland and Donna Trembath of Roseville; twin sister, Beverly Henry of Onaway; brothers, Russell (Elaine) Sandri of Sterling Heights and Kenneth (Sue) Sandri of Crystal Falls; five grandchildren and three great-grand- children. Preceding her in death were a daughter, Judy Trembath; granddaughter, Chelsea MacLean; and brother-in-law Jim Henry. A memorial service will be held on April 11 at 4 p.m. at Garden City Presbyterian Church, 1841 Middlebelt Rd., Garden City, MI 48135. A visitation will begin at 3 p.m. until the time of the service. Arthur Raske Arthur Raske, 91, passed away Thursday, March 28, 2013, at Bay Area Medical Center in Marinette, Wiscon- sin. He was born in Chicago, IL to the late Arthur and Arline (Monger) Raskewitz. Arthur entered the Marine Corps in 1945 and served in the Pacific Theater until the end of World War II. He returned home and married Elma Moody. They had two sons, Arthur III and John Moody Raske. He owned and operated NuMatics Grinders Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio for many years and after retirement, he and Elma moved to Lewiston, MI. Arthur was an avid golfer and was a regular in the Garland Men's League. After Elma's passing, he married Muriel (Lake) Moore. Arthur was a strong supporter of childhood literacy and founded a citizens group in Lewiston, Lamplighters, which sponsored Dolly Parton Imagination Library. He is survived by his wife, Muriel; his two sons, Art III and John; and four grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at the Lewiston Congre- gational Church in July. Mary Louise Schatzberg Mary Louise Schatberg, wife of the late Lester, passed away on March 28, 2013. She was born in Detroit, MI on May 31, 1920 to Robert LaCroix and Margaret Parent. She is survived by a son, Timothy (Kim); sister, Edna Mclaughlin of Atlanta; brother, Robert LaCroix of Grants Pass, OR; 15 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-granddaughter. Mary was preceded in death by three sons, Lester, Donald and Jack, and great-grandson Alan Smith. Memorial services were held April 2, 2013 at the Gilbert Funeral Home in Algonac. 741239856 396548172 825617493 682351947 457982361 139476285 278164539 514793628 963825714 P