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Carlson, Se!lin retire from Wildturkey meet March 13 Ortonville F00re Department s00iver er' Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation is holding their First Bob Carlson and Bill Sellin have Tree Board and assistant chairman of craft woodworking. Annual Superfund Membership As we feared, too many counted their chickens before they hatched! What a sad day in Viking land! It's a crying shame that the Vikings are not heading for the Super Bowl. And the fault is primarily due to play-calling, not the players! Atlanta definitely did not win the game last Sunday ... the Vikings lost it! The turning point of the game, in our opinion, was the last 90 seconds of the first half. The Vikes were leading 20 to 7, and they should have been running the ball, killing the clock, rather than attempt- ing a pass which resulted in a fumble and a turnover ... following which Atlanta then scored a TD, closing the gap to 20-14. Lousy play-calling by Brian Billick, who everyone thinks is such a great coach. Had the Vikes killed the clock to end the first half, they would have been nursing a com- fortable lead and would have received the opening kick-off for the second half. The Viking players, too, seemed tense for most of the game, like they were not having fun as in most of their games this season. As to our Golden Gopher cagers, it's a puzzle how good and how bad they are look- ing in this young season. They were cold as icebergs in scoring in their first game, a loss to Northwestern, and so hapless in their loss to Michigan State ... yet looked so amazing in their win over unbeaten Iowa. Should be an interesting season! Our face is read! Guess we were so taken up with the elation of the birth of our first granddaughter on Jan. 6th, we forgot to mention how proud we are in last week's column. In case you didn't read the report, our daughter-editor Sue Kaercher Blake and husband Phil became the proud parents of their second child, Clarissa Rose, born at the Ortonville Hospital, Jan. 6th, 1999. she was welcomed home by 3-1/2 year old brother Riley. The young lady weighed 7 pounds, 7 and 3/4 ounces, and is doing just" fine, as is mother Sue. She'll be out of full-time activity at the paper for a few more weeks. Indeed, we'll wel- come her back with open arms, as we're not used to full-time status! Hear that, Sue!? Yours truly, this newspa- per, and our entire communi- ty will truly miss Ortonville's Ivan Stern, who passed away over the past weekend. For years, Ivan was top man for the long-running Grosenick Men's Wear here, a business which he and son, Steve, pur- chased upon the death of owner Ferd Grosenick, changing the name to Ivan's Men's Wear. Ortonville hasn't been the same since the closing of Ivan's, and it will not really be the same now with the passing of Ivan. He was a dear, dear friend who will be sorely missed and never forgotten! Good news for the Big Stone Power Plant. It's running well fol- lowing this fall's major overhaul. "We have good reports on boiler con- ditions," says Electrical Supervisor Tom Bue. The plant had a net genera- tion of 71,482 megawatt-hours for the week ending Nov. 27, A valve test Nov. 24. Indeed, we can bet there were a lot of tears shed, not only in the Vikings locker room, but also across our state following the shocking loss to Atlanta Sunday. You can bet (we would) that if the two teams were to meet 10 times, the Vikes would win the majority of them ... given the fact both teams played their best and both were at strength! IT IS NOT the critic who counts, not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly, who errs and comes up short again and again because there is no effort without error and short comings, who knows the great devotion, who spends him- self in a worthy cause, who at the best knows in the end the high achievement of triumph and who at worst, if he fails while daring greatly, knows his place shall never be with those timid and cold souls who know neither victory nor defeat. THEODORE ROOSEVELT 26th U.S. President spent many years with the Ortonville Department, totalling 47 years of ser- vice. Carlson, who retired after 25 years, joined the Ortonville Fire Department in August of 1973. He retired from the military in 1992 after 19 years with the Ortonville Army National Guard and four years in the Navy. While in the Navy, he served time with the A6 Intruder Squadron VA-65 aboard the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Kitty Hawk in Vietnam. Working for Cable TV for 29 years, Bob is also chairman of Ortonville's the Park Board. He and wife Juanita have been mar- ried for 28 years and have two daugh- ters - Jennifer, 24, and husband Arvin Mueller live in rural route Big Stone City, SD, and Laura, 26, and husband Mike Knodel live in Hutchinson. Bob says he is also a proud grandpa, as Alyssa Ann Knodel was born Dec. 31, 1998. He also has a daughter, Amy Clifton, 29 of Gainsville, FL. The Carlsons are members of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Ortonville, and Bob says when he gets the time he enjoys hunting, fishing, bowling and Cancer board meeting Vi Mehlhop, Sec. The Big Stone County Cancer Board met at Hilltop Theatre of Seasons Cafe on Monday Jan llth, 1999. Twelve members attended the meeting. President Patricia O'Neill intro- duced and welcomed four new mem- bers to the Board:Dorothy Krogsrud from Correll, Vernon Nicklausen, Julie Kunrath and Eugene O'Neill all from Ortonville. The Unit received an invitation to attend a meeting at the State Capitol in St. Paul on Feb. 10th to support the Tobacco Issues, to meet our State Representatives and Senators and to promote an additional 11% of the recent Tobacco Settlement for Cancer Control. Fran Fridgen reported two people were memorialized since the last meeting, total given was $120.00. Audrey Wellendorf, Love Lights a Tree chairperson, reported total income from this event to be $2090.00. Daffodil Days will be held March 15 through March 19 with members selling the flowers again at Bills Super Value. This event is being chaired by Ruth Hoernemann; others on her committee are Bey Jones, and Dorothy Krogsrud. A motion was made to support the Relay For Life fund raiser. The Residential Crusade will not be held this year. The next meeting will be held on March 15th. at Hilltop Theatre of Seasons. Bellingham school news Monday, 1-18 Open Gym 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, 1-19 BBB (H) Grant- Deuel at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, 1-21 School Board meeting at 3:00 p.m. in the H.E. room Friday, 1-22 End of the 2nd quarter MENU Breakfast Monday--Sugar donut, sausage link, apple juice and milk. Tuesday--Egg patty, toast, grape- apple juice and milk. Wednesday--French toast, syrup, pine apple juice and milk. Thursday--Jelly I donut, toast, orange juice and milk. Friday--Assorted cereal juice and milk. Lunch Monday--Beef ravioli, green beans, pineapple chunks, bread sticks, and chocolate milk. Tuesday--Roast beef on bun, nachos with cheese. pears and milk. Wednesday--Mini corndogs, tator tots, coleslaw, white cake, and milk. Thursday--Pattymelt, mixed vegetables, apple slices, rice krispie bars, and milk. Friday--Cheese pizza, lettuce salad, orange, bread and milk. New granddaughter for Rev. Friedrichs Rev. David and Jeanette Baumgarn of St. Francis were blessed with a daughter, Melise Jacklyn, born Jan.ql, 1999, in the in Cities. ..... She joins brothers Brock and Hans and sister, Anja. Melise is a paternal granddaughter of Rev. Jack and Carol Baumgarn of St. Francis, and the maternal granddaughter of Rev. Robert and Irene Friedrich of Bellingham. She has great grandmothers Baumgarn and Kolander living in Worthington, and Van Leeuwen in Linlithgo, NY. II I I I I I II III Display Ad Network You can talk to nearly 2,400,000 Minnesotans with an ad this size! (4%" wide x 2" deep) Contact this newspaper for details I II I I I ill i ASSET # 22 SCHOOL ENGAGI,'MENT YOUNG PERON IS ACTIVEI, Y ENGAGED IN LEARNING. Sellin began with the department 22 years ago. While serving on the department, he held several different positions - secretary, truck captain and chairman of the annual banquet. Bill worked for many years in the Ortonville area, at Loula's Red Owl and Frigo Cheese. Recently, he is part owner of ABM Manufacturing, Inc. in Brookings, SD. Bill has three children, Brian, 23 of Moorhead, Dan, 20 of Marshall and Ben, 18 of Ortonville. Banquet: at the Clinton Memorial Building on Saturday, March 13, wa00i i',iiiii0000i:i:00ili0000i',i:,iiiiiiii0000i !:i:!:]:i::,:i, :::::::::::::::::::::::::: : : ::: : :i:!-::!: :: : : : : :: : : : : :: : : : : ?!: II KC to sponsor youth free throw contest All boys and girls ages 10 to 14 are invited to participate in the local level of competition for the 1999 Knights of Columbus International Free Throw Championship. The local competition will be held Jan. 24th at 1 p.m. at the Ortonville High School Gym. All boys and girls 10 to 14 years of age are eligible to participate and will compete in respective age divisions. All contestants will be recognized for their participation in this event at the local level. Participants will be required to furnish proof of age and written parental consent. For entry forms or additional information contact: Todd Cloos (862-6134) or Mike Rausch (862-8245). Forms will also be available at the office of the Ortonville High School, Big Stone School, and Bellingham School. The Knights of Columbus is an international, Catholic, family, fraternal, service organization with over 1.5 million members in more than 10,500 local councils. In 1998, the Knights donated over 45 million man-hours and over $100 million dollars to charitable and benevolent causes, sponsoring programs to benefit their Church, councils, communities, families and youth. When our local Ortonville/Big Stone City/Bellingham Youth were surveyed 89% of our youth aspired to continue schooling after high school. This statistic is four percentage points above the national average {or educational aspirations. Many things play a part in a young person being actively engaged in learning. Did they grow up in an environment where learning is valued? Do adults around the children ask about school? Are adults giving of their time to teaching situations like scouts or religious education? Have you taught a curious neighbor/young person who is watching you garden or fix your mower by answering their questions and showing them what you are doing? Are our children surrounded with people who are learning new things throughout their lifetime? Do we notice and point out such individuals to our children? We have many excellent examples of life-long learners in our community. You will notice that these people are always exciting to visit with. Life is never boring when one sees all that there is to learn and know in our wodd. Adults can be excellent role models for our children by not only showing an interest in what they are leaming, but by continuing our commitment to learning in each of our lives. i iii i i i i 1999. The event begins with Social/7 p.m. dinner. and dinner: $40. Bob Bauer - - Phone 320-325-5304; Rick - Clinton - Phone 320-325-5521 Ronning - Phone 612-953-i Guns - Wildlife Ar Merchandise Auction - Raffle -i Auction. New Low Low Prices FREE 2nd Set of Prints 31/2' ' PRINTS 4" PRINTS 24m...$4.9 6.99 36exp.. ?6.99 36exp.. ?9.99 Cartwright Drug 147 Northwest 2nd St. Ortonville MN. 320-839-6102 Vlckle Skoog January is commonly known as Month" across the country. We have great holiday season visiting and with our friends in this and surrounding munities. We also had a very successful Year's Sale - which ran for four days. But January is still a great time for visit Emanuel Furniture and Carpet here in Milbank. continue to offer a great selection of furniture, floor coverings and wall coverings. All items will reduced for this month so that we don't have to them in our 1999 inventory. Here at Emanuel's we are offering up to interest on your purchase, to those who qualify. ous discount is available on cash purchases. We accept several major credit cards. If you have any tions, please give us a call. Our friendly staff is willing to serve you. "A South Dakota Century Old Business" EHAflUEL CARPET HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 9am-5:15pm; Sat. 9am-4pm Toll Free 888-432-4568 605-432-4568 306 South Third Street Milbank, South Dakota 57252 3 DAYS ONLY - JANUARY 21 22 & 23,19 INTEREST PAYMENTS F()R 1 YEAR* ON EVERYTHING IN THE ST Storewide Ranges, Refrigerators & More! r This Pair Only 59 Extra-Large Capacity 2-Speed Washer LXR6232E 6 Cycles 3 Wash/Rinse Water Temp. Combinations Extra-Large Capacity Electric Dryer LER3624E 3 Drying Cycles including Auto. 2 Temperature Settings Side-Swing Door Offer valid on purchases made Jan. 21,22 & 23, 1999. Subject to credit approval. No payments re( for 12 months. No finance charges on these purchases if paid in full within 12 months. If not paid within 12 months, finance charges will be assessed from date of purchase. Minimum purchase s299. "Service is Our Specialty!" Bob's T.V.00 Applian Milbank, SD 605-432-6491. Toll Free: 1-800-435-26 Open Evenings By Appointment Page 2 INDEPENDENT. Tuesday, Jan. 19, Carlson, Se!lin retire from Wildturkey meet March 13 Ortonville F00re Department s00iver er' Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation is holding their First Bob Carlson and Bill Sellin have Tree Board and assistant chairman of craft woodworking. Annual Superfund Membership As we feared, too many counted their chickens before they hatched! What a sad day in Viking land! It's a crying shame that the Vikings are not heading for the Super Bowl. And the fault is primarily due to play-calling, not the players! Atlanta definitely did not win the game last Sunday ... the Vikings lost it! The turning point of the game, in our opinion, was the last 90 seconds of the first half. The Vikes were leading 20 to 7, and they should have been running the ball, killing the clock, rather than attempt- ing a pass which resulted in a fumble and a turnover ... following which Atlanta then scored a TD, closing the gap to 20-14. Lousy play-calling by Brian Billick, who everyone thinks is such a great coach. Had the Vikes killed the clock to end the first half, they would have been nursing a com- fortable lead and would have received the opening kick-off for the second half. The Viking players, too, seemed tense for most of the game, like they were not having fun as in most of their games this season. As to our Golden Gopher cagers, it's a puzzle how good and how bad they are look- ing in this young season. They were cold as icebergs in scoring in their first game, a loss to Northwestern, and so hapless in their loss to Michigan State ... yet looked so amazing in their win over unbeaten Iowa. Should be an interesting season! Our face is read! Guess we were so taken up with the elation of the birth of our first granddaughter on Jan. 6th, we forgot to mention how proud we are in last week's column. In case you didn't read the report, our daughter-editor Sue Kaercher Blake and husband Phil became the proud parents of their second child, Clarissa Rose, born at the Ortonville Hospital, Jan. 6th, 1999. she was welcomed home by 3-1/2 year old brother Riley. The young lady weighed 7 pounds, 7 and 3/4 ounces, and is doing just" fine, as is mother Sue. She'll be out of full-time activity at the paper for a few more weeks. Indeed, we'll wel- come her back with open arms, as we're not used to full-time status! Hear that, Sue!? Yours truly, this newspa- per, and our entire communi- ty will truly miss Ortonville's Ivan Stern, who passed away over the past weekend. For years, Ivan was top man for the long-running Grosenick Men's Wear here, a business which he and son, Steve, pur- chased upon the death of owner Ferd Grosenick, changing the name to Ivan's Men's Wear. Ortonville hasn't been the same since the closing of Ivan's, and it will not really be the same now with the passing of Ivan. He was a dear, dear friend who will be sorely missed and never forgotten! Good news for the Big Stone Power Plant. It's running well fol- lowing this fall's major overhaul. "We have good reports on boiler con- ditions," says Electrical Supervisor Tom Bue. The plant had a net genera- tion of 71,482 megawatt-hours for the week ending Nov. 27, A valve test Nov. 24. Indeed, we can bet there were a lot of tears shed, not only in the Vikings locker room, but also across our state following the shocking loss to Atlanta Sunday. You can bet (we would) that if the two teams were to meet 10 times, the Vikes would win the majority of them ... given the fact both teams played their best and both were at strength! IT IS NOT the critic who counts, not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly, who errs and comes up short again and again because there is no effort without error and short comings, who knows the great devotion, who spends him- self in a worthy cause, who at the best knows in the end the high achievement of triumph and who at worst, if he fails while daring greatly, knows his place shall never be with those timid and cold souls who know neither victory nor defeat. THEODORE ROOSEVELT 26th U.S. President spent many years with the Ortonville Department, totalling 47 years of ser- vice. Carlson, who retired after 25 years, joined the Ortonville Fire Department in August of 1973. He retired from the military in 1992 after 19 years with the Ortonville Army National Guard and four years in the Navy. While in the Navy, he served time with the A6 Intruder Squadron VA-65 aboard the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Kitty Hawk in Vietnam. Working for Cable TV for 29 years, Bob is also chairman of Ortonville's the Park Board. He and wife Juanita have been mar- ried for 28 years and have two daugh- ters - Jennifer, 24, and husband Arvin Mueller live in rural route Big Stone City, SD, and Laura, 26, and husband Mike Knodel live in Hutchinson. Bob says he is also a proud grandpa, as Alyssa Ann Knodel was born Dec. 31, 1998. He also has a daughter, Amy Clifton, 29 of Gainsville, FL. The Carlsons are members of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Ortonville, and Bob says when he gets the time he enjoys hunting, fishing, bowling and Cancer board meeting Vi Mehlhop, Sec. The Big Stone County Cancer Board met at Hilltop Theatre of Seasons Cafe on Monday Jan llth, 1999. Twelve members attended the meeting. President Patricia O'Neill intro- duced and welcomed four new mem- bers to the Board:Dorothy Krogsrud from Correll, Vernon Nicklausen, Julie Kunrath and Eugene O'Neill all from Ortonville. The Unit received an invitation to attend a meeting at the State Capitol in St. Paul on Feb. 10th to support the Tobacco Issues, to meet our State Representatives and Senators and to promote an additional 11% of the recent Tobacco Settlement for Cancer Control. Fran Fridgen reported two people were memorialized since the last meeting, total given was $120.00. Audrey Wellendorf, Love Lights a Tree chairperson, reported total income from this event to be $2090.00. Daffodil Days will be held March 15 through March 19 with members selling the flowers again at Bills Super Value. This event is being chaired by Ruth Hoernemann; others on her committee are Bey Jones, and Dorothy Krogsrud. A motion was made to support the Relay For Life fund raiser. The Residential Crusade will not be held this year. The next meeting will be held on March 15th. at Hilltop Theatre of Seasons. Bellingham school news Monday, 1-18 Open Gym 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, 1-19 BBB (H) Grant- Deuel at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, 1-21 School Board meeting at 3:00 p.m. in the H.E. room Friday, 1-22 End of the 2nd quarter MENU Breakfast Monday--Sugar donut, sausage link, apple juice and milk. Tuesday--Egg patty, toast, grape- apple juice and milk. Wednesday--French toast, syrup, pine apple juice and milk. Thursday--Jelly I donut, toast, orange juice and milk. Friday--Assorted cereal juice and milk. Lunch Monday--Beef ravioli, green beans, pineapple chunks, bread sticks, and chocolate milk. Tuesday--Roast beef on bun, nachos with cheese. pears and milk. Wednesday--Mini corndogs, tator tots, coleslaw, white cake, and milk. Thursday--Pattymelt, mixed vegetables, apple slices, rice krispie bars, and milk. Friday--Cheese pizza, lettuce salad, orange, bread and milk. New granddaughter for Rev. Friedrichs Rev. David and Jeanette Baumgarn of St. Francis were blessed with a daughter, Melise Jacklyn, born Jan.ql, 1999, in the in Cities. ..... She joins brothers Brock and Hans and sister, Anja. Melise is a paternal granddaughter of Rev. Jack and Carol Baumgarn of St. Francis, and the maternal granddaughter of Rev. Robert and Irene Friedrich of Bellingham. She has great grandmothers Baumgarn and Kolander living in Worthington, and Van Leeuwen in Linlithgo, NY. II I I I I I II III Display Ad Network You can talk to nearly 2,400,000 Minnesotans with an ad this size! (4%" wide x 2" deep) Contact this newspaper for details I II I I I ill i ASSET # 22 SCHOOL ENGAGI,'MENT YOUNG PERON IS ACTIVEI, Y ENGAGED IN LEARNING. Sellin began with the department 22 years ago. While serving on the department, he held several different positions - secretary, truck captain and chairman of the annual banquet. Bill worked for many years in the Ortonville area, at Loula's Red Owl and Frigo Cheese. Recently, he is part owner of ABM Manufacturing, Inc. in Brookings, SD. Bill has three children, Brian, 23 of Moorhead, Dan, 20 of Marshall and Ben, 18 of Ortonville. Banquet: at the Clinton Memorial Building on Saturday, March 13, wa00i i',iiiii0000i:i:00ili0000i',i:,iiiiiiii0000i !:i:!:]:i::,:i, :::::::::::::::::::::::::: : : ::: : :i:!-::!: :: : : : : :: : : : : :: : : : : ?!: II KC to sponsor youth free throw contest All boys and girls ages 10 to 14 are invited to participate in the local level of competition for the 1999 Knights of Columbus International Free Throw Championship. The local competition will be held Jan. 24th at 1 p.m. at the Ortonville High School Gym. All boys and girls 10 to 14 years of age are eligible to participate and will compete in respective age divisions. All contestants will be recognized for their participation in this event at the local level. Participants will be required to furnish proof of age and written parental consent. For entry forms or additional information contact: Todd Cloos (862-6134) or Mike Rausch (862-8245). Forms will also be available at the office of the Ortonville High School, Big Stone School, and Bellingham School. The Knights of Columbus is an international, Catholic, family, fraternal, service organization with over 1.5 million members in more than 10,500 local councils. In 1998, the Knights donated over 45 million man-hours and over $100 million dollars to charitable and benevolent causes, sponsoring programs to benefit their Church, councils, communities, families and youth. When our local Ortonville/Big Stone City/Bellingham Youth were surveyed 89% of our youth aspired to continue schooling after high school. This statistic is four percentage points above the national average {or educational aspirations. Many things play a part in a young person being actively engaged in learning. Did they grow up in an environment where learning is valued? Do adults around the children ask about school? Are adults giving of their time to teaching situations like scouts or religious education? Have you taught a curious neighbor/young person who is watching you garden or fix your mower by answering their questions and showing them what you are doing? Are our children surrounded with people who are learning new things throughout their lifetime? Do we notice and point out such individuals to our children? We have many excellent examples of life-long learners in our community. You will notice that these people are always exciting to visit with. Life is never boring when one sees all that there is to learn and know in our wodd. Adults can be excellent role models for our children by not only showing an interest in what they are leaming, but by continuing our commitment to learning in each of our lives. i iii i i i i 1999. The event begins with Social/7 p.m. dinner. and dinner: $40. Bob Bauer - - Phone 320-325-5304; Rick - Clinton - Phone 320-325-5521 Ronning - Phone 612-953-i Guns - Wildlife Ar Merchandise Auction - Raffle -i Auction. New Low Low Prices FREE 2nd Set of Prints 31/2' ' PRINTS 4" PRINTS 24m...$4.9 6.99 36exp.. ?6.99 36exp.. ?9.99 Cartwright Drug 147 Northwest 2nd St. Ortonville MN. 320-839-6102 Vlckle Skoog January is commonly known as Month" across the country. We have great holiday season visiting and with our friends in this and surrounding munities. We also had a very successful Year's Sale - which ran for four days. But January is still a great time for visit Emanuel Furniture and Carpet here in Milbank. continue to offer a great selection of furniture, floor coverings and wall coverings. All items will reduced for this month so that we don't have to them in our 1999 inventory. Here at Emanuel's we are offering up to interest on your purchase, to those who qualify. ous discount is available on cash purchases. We accept several major credit cards. If you have any tions, please give us a call. Our friendly staff is willing to serve you. "A South Dakota Century Old Business" EHAflUEL CARPET HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 9am-5:15pm; Sat. 9am-4pm Toll Free 888-432-4568 605-432-4568 306 South Third Street Milbank, South Dakota 57252 3 DAYS ONLY - JANUARY 21 22 & 23,19 INTEREST PAYMENTS F()R 1 YEAR* ON EVERYTHING IN THE ST Storewide Ranges, Refrigerators & More! r This Pair Only 59 Extra-Large Capacity 2-Speed Washer LXR6232E 6 Cycles 3 Wash/Rinse Water Temp. Combinations Extra-Large Capacity Electric Dryer LER3624E 3 Drying Cycles including Auto. 2 Temperature Settings Side-Swing Door Offer valid on purchases made Jan. 21,22 & 23, 1999. Subject to credit approval. No payments re( for 12 months. No finance charges on these purchases if paid in full within 12 months. If not paid within 12 months, finance charges will be assessed from date of purchase. Minimum purchase s299. "Service is Our Specialty!" Bob's T.V.00 Applian Milbank, SD 605-432-6491. Toll Free: 1-800-435-26 Open Evenings By Appointment Page 2 INDEPENDENT. Tuesday, Jan. 19,