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Engaged Jonescheit-Westfield vows spoken Tammi Jonescheit and Nick Westfield were married at Central Park in Ortonville on Oct. 2, 2010. Parents of the couple are Daryl (Porkchop) and Pat Jonescheit of Milbank and Mark and Bonnie Westfield of Granite Falls. Attendants were Ria and Haeli Tesle (daughters of the bride). Mark Westfield (father of the groom), Ryan Sumner (cousin of the groom). Nick is employed by Viessman Trucking and Tammi is co-owner of the Ortonville Flower Shop. The couple is making their home in Ortonville. Granary First grandson for Bob, Mary Ross (Continued from page 1) Big Stone Arts Council. Volunteers from the Arts Council have donated paint, supplies and their time and tal- ents to paint and redecorate the store. Volunteers from all these local organizations pitched in to make this a true community project. It was organized by the community, imple- mented by the community and will be enjoyed by the community. The Granary is open Monday Kane O'Brien Ross was born on Dec. 16, 2010 at Methodist Hospital in Rochester, to Daniel and Alison Ross of Rochester. Kane O'Brien weighed 10 pounds, 12 ounces and was 22 and a half inches long. Grandparents are. Gary and Joan Donovan of Morris, and Robert and Mary Ross of Ortonville. Great grandmother is Jeanette Donovan of LeSueur. (ADV) through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Co-op has a newsletter which it e-mails to it's members. If you are interested in receiving the newsletter, stop in at the Granary and get your e-mail address on their list. Co-op members are in the process of establishing a website. They, welcome the public to join their fa.cebook page at The Granary Food Co-op and invite everyone to stop in the store and see the fresh new look and new foods and products. Cynthia Stulz, Moorhead, and Lawrence Karels, Moorhead, announce their engagement. Parents are Ronald Stulz, Glyndon, Linda Stulz, Moorhead and Matthew and Charlene Karels, Ortonville. Cynthia attended MState, MSUM, and NDSU in textiles. She has been with Walmart 20 years in the Fabrics and Crafts dept. Lawrence graduated from MState and MSUM with degrees in Accounting and Marketing. He is a retired 24 year Army National Guard Reserve Vet with two years in Iraq. He currently has 15 years with Walmart and owns Cashtown Coin and Currency. A May 14 wedding is planned at 1st Assembly of God Church, Fargo, ND. Followed by a reception at the church. (ADV) Senior LinkAge coordinator coming The Senior LinkAge Line@ has trained volunteer specialists available in your area to help answer your ques- tions and simplify your life. Volunteers can provide assistance with Medicare, Supplemental Insurance, Long-Term Care Insurance, Medicare Savings Programs, Prescription drugs, Forms Assistance and much more. The outreach site in your area is at the Ortonville Senior Center. A trained specialist is available the last Thursday of each month from 10 a.m. to 12 noon in Ortonville. Call 1-800- 333-2433 ext. 82024 to set up an appointment. You may also contact the Senior Linkage Line@ at 1-800- 333-2433, if you need to schedule help with a volunteer at a different time and/or location. The Senior Linkage Line@ is a ser- vice of the Minnesota Board on Aging and the Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging@, Inc. Guess Who is 50 and Who is 18 on ]an. 2Jrd? Happy Birthday.00 Love, J.S.&K.S. 6et Your 2011 Ortonville Independent Desk Calendar \\; 12-month calendar Stop in today, these will go fast/ % iNOE00N 0 EN Main Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-6163 Cancer Support Group to meet The Big Stone County Cancer Support Group will meet at 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 25, at the Beardsley Fire Hall. We ask that all walking teams be represented at the meeting, and anyone else who is interested in joining our group is welcome! (ADVx2) Open house 90th for Marvin Block A 90th birthday celebration will be held for Marvin Block on Wednesday, Jan. 26 at 2:30 p.m. at Fairway View or on Sunday, Jan. 30 at 10:15 a.m. at First English Lutheran Church. All family and friends are wel- come. (ADV) Area news digest MONTEVIDEO-Runnings Farm & Fleet has acquired longtime sporting goods retailer DJ's Sporting Goods. Runnings has been looking to expand their sporting goods department, and the purchase of DJ's helps them do so. DJ"s, which specializes in hunting, fishing and archery, will move to its new location inside Runnings in February. All five of DJ's employees will remain with the company. DAWSON-Johnson Memorial Health Services was awarded a $39,843 grant by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development. The grant is intended to train employees learn work place practices. Training will take place at Alexandria Technical and Community College. SWIFT COUNTY-Appleton's Gary Hendrickx, District 1, was elected the new chairman of the Swift County Board of Commissioners at the board's meeting Jan. 4. Hendrickx takes over as chair from former District 2 Commissioner Dick Hanson who did not run for re-election after serving 18 years. Though he was nominated to serve as vice chairman, District 5's Doug Anderson, rural Kerkhoven, turned down the nomination. Instead, he nominated District 3's Commission Pete Peterson, of rural Benson. Peterson was unanimously voted the new vice chairman. WHEATON-Keeping a sidewalk free of snow didn't pay off for the Wheaton Liq early Sunday morning. When Police Chief Michael Johannsen responded to a report of a burglarly at the establishment, one of the first things he did was to look for any tracks leading to the smashed front entrance. Unfortunately, the ground was as clean as a whistle. It was one of the nights lately where it didn't snow. Police reported that culprits broke the glass of the front door of The Liq, and stole a safe. No product was taken and loose change was left on the site. An ATM,machine was untouched. Johannsen said the burglary was what police call a' smash and grab." He guessed the perpetrators needed only a few minutes to complete the heist. Police said the burglary occurred between 4 a.m. and 6 a.m. Sunday morning. The time frame is based on when Liq staff left the establishment, and police patrols in the downtown area. Police received a call about the damaged front at about 6:30 a.m. The amount of cash taken was not known at press time. Johannsen said the safe contained the proceeds from Friday and Saturday night, as well as funds from pull-tab sales. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact the Wheaton Police Department's non-emergency number, at 563-4214. Ortonville News By Gail Maxwell 839-2207 Mr. and Mrs. Nick Karels of Perham are the parents of a baby boy, Noah Rowen born on Jan. 7. He weighed eight pounds and six ounces and was 21 and one fourth inches long. He joins three sisters and two brothers. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Roman Karels of Ortonville and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Anderson of Perham. Roman and Shirley Karels were visitors at the Nick Karels' home from Friday, Jan. 7 to Sunday, Jan. 9 to see the new baby. Visiting Dorothy Gmiterko the weekend of Jan. 8 and 9 were her son Bill and granddaughter Anna Gmiterko from Hastings. They had a very snowy and stormy drive out to Ortonville. Dorothy, Bill and Anna played bingo and different card games and went to eat at the Matador. Bill helped Dorothy take some of her Christmas decorations down. They had a very enjoyable visit. Delores Karels of the Homerite apartments is recuperating at Northridge. On Sunday, Jan. 9 David and Janet Weber had dinner at I).J. and Kristen Haggerty's for Brooke's first birthday. Ken and Patty Knudsen of Glenwood visited her mother Fran Sester at Northridge on Saturday, Jan. 8. Ryan and Nikole Kehnle's two girls Makenna and Quinlan have been visiting their grandparents Chuck and Verda Bartz. Helen Danielson Breden attended Worship Service at Abiding Faith Lutheran Free Church. Ryan and Julie Danielson had Helen and relatives to their place on Sunday, Jan. 9 for dinner to celebrate Bethany Danielson's 10 birthday. Bethany was 10 on Monday, Jan. 10 so she celebrated her golden birthday. The Homerite residents celebrated Earl Komis's 92nd birthday with delicious cake and ice cream on Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 11. Lolly Walker was the hostess and made the cake. The Homerite residents celebrated Lucille Thompson's birthday on Dec. 27. Saturday afternoon, Jan. 8 Eleanor Pavin had coffee with Blanche Westermeyer at Big Stone at her house. Oscar and Jane Streed now living KDIO Temps Hi Low Jan. 2 14 -8 Jan. 3 9 -6 Jan. 4 16 -6 Jan. 5 25 10 Jan. 6 18 10 Jan. 7 17 8 Jan. 8 8 -5 Open house baby shower for Brody Vangsness You are invited to an open house baby shower celebrating the arrival of Brody Thomas Vangsness, son of Pete and Lynn on Saturday, Jan. 22 from 2- 4 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, Clinton. All are welcome. Just one last request, and we hope it's not hard. Please bring Brody a book in place of a card. By signing your book, he will remember and share your special gift, even when you're not there! Gift reg- istry at Target and Carlson Drug in Ortonville. (ADV) at Fairway View in Ortonville, were pleased to have holiday guests for a few days. Christine Read and son Peter of Lincoln, NE spent a few days. They motored to Willmar to watch Nathan and Wendy Streed's son Zechariah help win the holiday hockey tournament. The weekend of Jan. 8 Mr. and Mrs. Dean (Susan Streed) Van Hout from Castle Rock, CO made a quick visit to both sets of parents (Don and Arvene Van Hout and Oscar and Jane Streed) before taking daughter Mallory back to college in Aberdeen. This visit was after Mallory spent winter break in Castle Rock, CO at her parent's home. On Monday, Jan. 10 Phyllis Schluter stopped at Northridge to visit Gail Johnson, Fran Sester, and Delores Karels. Nineteen ladies met up at Hilltop Car6 on Tuesday, Jan. 11 for Christian Women's prepatory meeting. This meeting was interesting. St. John's religious education classes has their annual fund raising contest every January. Six teams will be competing in the penny wars. The winning team gets a bowling party. Proceeds of the fund raiser will go towards a fund raiser event hosted by St. John's youth group held before Lent. The event will raise awareness of world hunger and the money goes toward that. On Tuesday, Jan. 11 Urban and Lucille Stolpman went to Northridge to visit Virginia Karels and Delores Karels. They had an enjoyable visit, a little lunch, and went home to shovel snow. Christmas visitors at the Carol and Gary Knoll's home were Valerie and Jason and Addison and Andrew Zumwalt of Great Falls, MT; Monica and Gerald Osmera and family of Weston, NE; and Jerri, Mike, Dave, Charlie, and Gary and Donna Van Hout of Big Stone City. The Zumwalts have now moved to Nevada where Jason will be stationed at Neltis Air Force Base. Carol and Gary Knoll traveled tO Colorado Springs, CO to welcome grandson Nicholas Alexander born Jan.- 3 to daughter and son-in-law Tara and Shawn Huebner. Nicholas weighed five pounds, 15 ounces and was 19 inches long. He joins two year old sister Gabrielle Rose. Brent and Brenda Zahrbock had Christmas on Saturday, Jan. 8 with Brent's family. Those spending the weekend were Ashley and little Archie Weatherspoon of St. Paul, Josh and Rebekah Haag and Aubrey and Deacon of Sebeka, and Brent's brother Curt and wife Deb and son Josh and his girlfriend Elizabeth all of Wayzata. .8oo-200 2007 GMC Acadia SLT - $26,000 Heated Leather, 8 Passenger, PW/PL, Keyless Autostan, 36,000 miles 2004 Ford F250 Super Duty Lariat - $17,900 Powerstroke Diesel. 4 Dr., Leather, 120,000 miles Check out all of our cars on our new website. Www.proautosalesandservice.com PRO RUTO I(evin Backstrend Ortonville, MN 320-839-7197 or 320-839-2911 Tuesday, Jan. 18,2011 00INDEPENDENT Page 3