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iiiii  . i'i  ' iii!i!  ii:ii MEDALISTS AT THE REGION Knowledge Bowl at SWSU on January 10 are (left to right) Aaron ran, Coach Reiffenberger, Kelsey Watkins, Ben Roe, Josh Larson, and Dustin Roggenbuck. Ortonville Junior High teams compete in Knowledge Bowl The Ortonville Jr. High Knowledge Bowl teams have seen much action this past week. On Jan. 7, students travelled to Marshall to com- pete in the Sub-Region Knowledge Bowl. Fifty-four teams competed in the meet with the top 27 moving on to the Region. The team of Dustin Roggenbuck, Josh Larson, Kelsey Watkins, Ben Roe and Aaron Adelman placed 5th; the team of Karin Anderson, Dan Spors, Jeremy Sellin, Ryan Johnson, and Dustin Beachem placed 18th; and the team of Kathryn Sitter, Greg Larson, Justin Rice, and Lindsay Plathe, although not placing in the top 27, did an excellent job representing Ortonville in the competition. On Friday, Jan. 10th, the two teams traelled to Marshall for the Region Knowledge Bowl. Fifty-four teams from Regions 6 and 8 competed in this event. The competition was very intense and close. i After the written round and the four oral rounds the team of Dan Spors, Karin Anderson, Ryan Johnson, Jeremy Sellin, and Dustin Beachem earned a total of 85 points. The team of Dustin Roggenbuck, Josh Larson, Kelsey Watkins, Ben Roe and Aaron Adelman were the third place bronze medalists with a score of 95 points. The top finishers were New London-Spicer #1 with 100 points; Redwood Area #1 with 96 points; Ortonville #1 with 95 points; Hutchinson #1, Jackson Cry Central #2, and Redwood Area #4 tied with 94 points; Springfield #1, Canby #1, and Marshall #2 tied with 93 points; New London-Spicer #4 and Lac qui Parle #2 tied with 92 points; Windom #1 91 points; Southwest Star 90 points; Jackson Cry Central #1 89 points; Fulda #1 88 points; Lac qui Parle #1, Glencoe-Silver Lake #2, and Lac qui Parle #3 tied with 86 points, and Ortonville #2 with 85 points. Congratulations to the Ortonville Knowledge Bowl teams on an excel- lent showing at the Sub-region and Region Knowledge Bowl meets. Our next meets will be January 25 at NLS, February 22 at BOLD, and March 1 at YME. We invite you to come and sup- port our teams at the competitions. Mrs. Reiffenberger is the Jr. High Knowledge Bowl coach. PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE G 19TH IN THE REGION Knowledge Bowl at SWSU in Marshall are (left to right) Dan Spors, Coach Jeremy Sellin, Dustin Beachem, Ryan Johnson, and Karin Anderson. ORTONVli.LE KNOWLEDGE BOWL JR. HIGH team of (left to right) Lindsay Plathe, Kathryn Sitter, Justin Rice, Coach Mrs. Reiffenberger, Greg Larson, participated in the fifty-four team meet at the sub-region in Marshall. (not pictured, Adam Helgeson) ONE price t'or ALL eligible prescriptions aries nson Services for Robert enson, 77, of Ortonville, on tY, Jan. at Zion 2hutch iating Was : Shalom and Rev. aorary pallbearer was Ron rive pallbearers were Shawn Ieremiah Overby, Kent aul Beachem, Don Lundell e Candle bearer was Zach Interment was at Mound m Ortonville. lifford Swenson was born 1925 in Ortonviile, to Swenson and Anna Wenson. He was baptized lrmed at Zion Lutheran n Ortonville. graduated from Ortonville High School in 1947 after serving in the Army during World War II. During his time in the service he was stationed in Europe and upon returning home was decorated with the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart. In Feb. of 1954, Cliff was united in at Glenwood. To this union one child was born. For most of his years in Ortonville, Cliff spent time driving bus and for most of his time living in Graceville, Cliff was an AA Counselor. Cliff remained active in AA for many years. Cliff's many hobbies included traveling, reading, and his love of cars. He also enjoyed spending time and talking about family and friends. Survivors include one daughter, Shelley (Joseph,) Kadlec of Brooklyn Park,, one stepdaughter, Kathleen (Randy) Lindfors of Maple Grove, one brother, Bertil (Gerry) Swenson of St. James, three grandchildren, Shawn, Jeremiah and Zach and many nieces and nephews. The Larson Funeral Home of Ortonville is in charge of the arrangements. R. FredrickSon orial Services for Shawn R. 32, of Odessa, were held in 'ille. at and Opted by and Fredrickson. 'aptized at First English at Ortonville and at Trinity Lutheran Church college at Minnesota ranite Falls where he was Student council. in Odessa all his life enjoyed life with his family cared for three dogs and two cats. He enjoyed spending time with all his friends. Despite all of life's hurdles, in recent years Shawn had made progress in bettering himself and his life. Shawn will be deeply missed by his family and friends. Shawn passed away Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2003 at his home in Odessa, reaching the age of 32 years, four months and one day. Survivors include his mother, Audrey Fredrickson of Ortonville; fiance Lori Smith of Odessa; one sister Brenda Bakken and fiance Rodney Hoff of Lennox, SD; one brother Jim (Beverly) Fredrickson of Reedsburg, WI; and one daughter Kaitlyn Smith; and five nieces and nephews, Jennifer Reupke, Tommy Bakken, Melissa Shelstad, Jeremiah Fredrickson, and Monique Fredrickson. The Larson Funeral Home of Ortonviile was in charge of the arrangements. NORTHEAST ORTHOPAEDIC CENTER. Serving N.E. South Dakota and Western Minnesota for 16 years cSeeing patients weekly at the OrtonviUe Hospital. all Lori Larson at 320-839-2502 for an appointment. (605) 882-2630 or 1-800-658-4763 Mallard Pointe Business Park Watertown, SD Immunization [ clinics for Feb. Markets Countryside Public Health Service ,,,,,,, is holding immunization clinics at the following times and places for the month of February: ORTONVILLE, 47 NW 2nd St, #104 Feb. 3, 3 to 5 p.m. Please bring the child's most recent immunization record. A parent or guardian must sign consent forms for children under age 18. If you are' on Medical Assistance, G.A.M.C., or MinnesotaCare, please bring your current card to the clinic. Most major health plans cover the immunization costs but please check your child's insurance coverage before you come. Immunization services given at tbe public clinic are not a substitute for a child's usual well-child visit with his/her physician. Please call in advance to make arrangements for Varicella (chicken pox) vaccine OR to schedule an appointment for other than clinic times. No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.78 Soybeans ............................ 5.24 Corn ................................... 2.05 Jan. 22, 2002 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.00 Soybeans ........................... 3.97 Corn ................................... 1.72 Bellingham area AAL to meet Feb. 1 Since Bellingham Area AAL Branch # 2516 is once again a Gold Star Branch, money has been received to be used to inform people interested in AAL and LB's transition to Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, how it affects money our member churches receive and try to answer any other questions members may have. It would also have been the 65th anniversary of Branch # 2516 this year, so it was decided to hold a combination anniversary and informational meeting on Saturday, Feb. 1, 3:30 p m., at Trinity Lutheran Church, Walter Twp. Each church must have three coordinators in order to be eligible for any money and then money is divided out by baptized members. This is one of the many things to be discussed at this meeting. A short video will be shown and discussed. (Rob Schwendmann will be present to answer questions. To end the meeting, a hot sandwich, cake and ice cream lunch is planned. Everyone is welcome. Extension John Cunningham County Extension Educator 839-2518 or 1-800-279-2518 DATES TO REMEMBER: Jan. 29 - WC District CED and REE meeting at Morris Jan. 30 - 4-H Judges' Training at Willmar (4:309:00 p.m.) Jan. 31-February 2 - 4-H Horse Project Winter Roundup Leaders Forum Feb. 7 - Winter Crops and Soils Day at WCROC, Morris (9:00-noon) Feb. 17 - Courthouse closed for Presidents' Day Feb. 17 - 4-H Federation Meeting at CMB (7:30 p.m.) followed by Amble meeting (9:00 p.m.) We use Bausch & Lomb 217 laser The most precise excimer laser ever approved by the FDA 93% see 20/20 or better!! Dr. Kadambi, Board certified opthalmologist has performed over 19,000 procedures.  2090-360 Main Street clinic, winnipeg Limited Time Only *Cover pre-examinaUon, laser treatment, and follow.up. Both eyes done lit the same station Winnipeg, MB Can.an R3C 3Z3 1-866-808-EYES (3937) www.eyetechlasik.com Come see our display atthe Farm & Home Show/ Pam Schneck, Custom Design Artist, and other representatives of Rausch Monument will be present 200,/o Off_ Monuments Thru March 1, 2003 Our Family Serving .Your Family Timothy O. Mundwiler Licensed Director Tana R. Mundwiler Licensed Director MUNDWILER FUNERAL HOME Milbank, SD, and Faith Chapel, Wilmot, SD i i i iii i ',Sday, Jan. 21, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 5 iiiii  . i'i  ' iii!i!  ii:ii MEDALISTS AT THE REGION Knowledge Bowl at SWSU on January 10 are (left to right) Aaron ran, Coach Reiffenberger, Kelsey Watkins, Ben Roe, Josh Larson, and Dustin Roggenbuck. Ortonville Junior High teams compete in Knowledge Bowl The Ortonville Jr. High Knowledge Bowl teams have seen much action this past week. On Jan. 7, students travelled to Marshall to com- pete in the Sub-Region Knowledge Bowl. Fifty-four teams competed in the meet with the top 27 moving on to the Region. The team of Dustin Roggenbuck, Josh Larson, Kelsey Watkins, Ben Roe and Aaron Adelman placed 5th; the team of Karin Anderson, Dan Spors, Jeremy Sellin, Ryan Johnson, and Dustin Beachem placed 18th; and the team of Kathryn Sitter, Greg Larson, Justin Rice, and Lindsay Plathe, although not placing in the top 27, did an excellent job representing Ortonville in the competition. On Friday, Jan. 10th, the two teams traelled to Marshall for the Region Knowledge Bowl. Fifty-four teams from Regions 6 and 8 competed in this event. The competition was very intense and close. i After the written round and the four oral rounds the team of Dan Spors, Karin Anderson, Ryan Johnson, Jeremy Sellin, and Dustin Beachem earned a total of 85 points. The team of Dustin Roggenbuck, Josh Larson, Kelsey Watkins, Ben Roe and Aaron Adelman were the third place bronze medalists with a score of 95 points. The top finishers were New London-Spicer #1 with 100 points; Redwood Area #1 with 96 points; Ortonville #1 with 95 points; Hutchinson #1, Jackson Cry Central #2, and Redwood Area #4 tied with 94 points; Springfield #1, Canby #1, and Marshall #2 tied with 93 points; New London-Spicer #4 and Lac qui Parle #2 tied with 92 points; Windom #1 91 points; Southwest Star 90 points; Jackson Cry Central #1 89 points; Fulda #1 88 points; Lac qui Parle #1, Glencoe-Silver Lake #2, and Lac qui Parle #3 tied with 86 points, and Ortonville #2 with 85 points. Congratulations to the Ortonville Knowledge Bowl teams on an excel- lent showing at the Sub-region and Region Knowledge Bowl meets. Our next meets will be January 25 at NLS, February 22 at BOLD, and March 1 at YME. We invite you to come and sup- port our teams at the competitions. Mrs. Reiffenberger is the Jr. High Knowledge Bowl coach. PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE G 19TH IN THE REGION Knowledge Bowl at SWSU in Marshall are (left to right) Dan Spors, Coach Jeremy Sellin, Dustin Beachem, Ryan Johnson, and Karin Anderson. ORTONVli.LE KNOWLEDGE BOWL JR. HIGH team of (left to right) Lindsay Plathe, Kathryn Sitter, Justin Rice, Coach Mrs. Reiffenberger, Greg Larson, participated in the fifty-four team meet at the sub-region in Marshall. (not pictured, Adam Helgeson) ONE price t'or ALL eligible prescriptions aries nson Services for Robert enson, 77, of Ortonville, on tY, Jan. at Zion 2hutch iating Was : Shalom and Rev. aorary pallbearer was Ron rive pallbearers were Shawn Ieremiah Overby, Kent aul Beachem, Don Lundell e Candle bearer was Zach Interment was at Mound m Ortonville. lifford Swenson was born 1925 in Ortonviile, to Swenson and Anna Wenson. He was baptized lrmed at Zion Lutheran n Ortonville. graduated from Ortonville High School in 1947 after serving in the Army during World War II. During his time in the service he was stationed in Europe and upon returning home was decorated with the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart. In Feb. of 1954, Cliff was united in at Glenwood. To this union one child was born. For most of his years in Ortonville, Cliff spent time driving bus and for most of his time living in Graceville, Cliff was an AA Counselor. Cliff remained active in AA for many years. Cliff's many hobbies included traveling, reading, and his love of cars. He also enjoyed spending time and talking about family and friends. Survivors include one daughter, Shelley (Joseph,) Kadlec of Brooklyn Park,, one stepdaughter, Kathleen (Randy) Lindfors of Maple Grove, one brother, Bertil (Gerry) Swenson of St. James, three grandchildren, Shawn, Jeremiah and Zach and many nieces and nephews. The Larson Funeral Home of Ortonville is in charge of the arrangements. R. FredrickSon orial Services for Shawn R. 32, of Odessa, were held in 'ille. at and Opted by and Fredrickson. 'aptized at First English at Ortonville and at Trinity Lutheran Church college at Minnesota ranite Falls where he was Student council. in Odessa all his life enjoyed life with his family cared for three dogs and two cats. He enjoyed spending time with all his friends. Despite all of life's hurdles, in recent years Shawn had made progress in bettering himself and his life. Shawn will be deeply missed by his family and friends. Shawn passed away Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2003 at his home in Odessa, reaching the age of 32 years, four months and one day. Survivors include his mother, Audrey Fredrickson of Ortonville; fiance Lori Smith of Odessa; one sister Brenda Bakken and fiance Rodney Hoff of Lennox, SD; one brother Jim (Beverly) Fredrickson of Reedsburg, WI; and one daughter Kaitlyn Smith; and five nieces and nephews, Jennifer Reupke, Tommy Bakken, Melissa Shelstad, Jeremiah Fredrickson, and Monique Fredrickson. The Larson Funeral Home of Ortonviile was in charge of the arrangements. NORTHEAST ORTHOPAEDIC CENTER. Serving N.E. South Dakota and Western Minnesota for 16 years cSeeing patients weekly at the OrtonviUe Hospital. all Lori Larson at 320-839-2502 for an appointment. (605) 882-2630 or 1-800-658-4763 Mallard Pointe Business Park Watertown, SD Immunization [ clinics for Feb. Markets Countryside Public Health Service ,,,,,,, is holding immunization clinics at the following times and places for the month of February: ORTONVILLE, 47 NW 2nd St, #104 Feb. 3, 3 to 5 p.m. Please bring the child's most recent immunization record. A parent or guardian must sign consent forms for children under age 18. If you are' on Medical Assistance, G.A.M.C., or MinnesotaCare, please bring your current card to the clinic. Most major health plans cover the immunization costs but please check your child's insurance coverage before you come. Immunization services given at tbe public clinic are not a substitute for a child's usual well-child visit with his/her physician. Please call in advance to make arrangements for Varicella (chicken pox) vaccine OR to schedule an appointment for other than clinic times. No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.78 Soybeans ............................ 5.24 Corn ................................... 2.05 Jan. 22, 2002 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.00 Soybeans ........................... 3.97 Corn ................................... 1.72 Bellingham area AAL to meet Feb. 1 Since Bellingham Area AAL Branch # 2516 is once again a Gold Star Branch, money has been received to be used to inform people interested in AAL and LB's transition to Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, how it affects money our member churches receive and try to answer any other questions members may have. It would also have been the 65th anniversary of Branch # 2516 this year, so it was decided to hold a combination anniversary and informational meeting on Saturday, Feb. 1, 3:30 p m., at Trinity Lutheran Church, Walter Twp. Each church must have three coordinators in order to be eligible for any money and then money is divided out by baptized members. This is one of the many things to be discussed at this meeting. A short video will be shown and discussed. (Rob Schwendmann will be present to answer questions. To end the meeting, a hot sandwich, cake and ice cream lunch is planned. Everyone is welcome. Extension John Cunningham County Extension Educator 839-2518 or 1-800-279-2518 DATES TO REMEMBER: Jan. 29 - WC District CED and REE meeting at Morris Jan. 30 - 4-H Judges' Training at Willmar (4:309:00 p.m.) Jan. 31-February 2 - 4-H Horse Project Winter Roundup Leaders Forum Feb. 7 - Winter Crops and Soils Day at WCROC, Morris (9:00-noon) Feb. 17 - Courthouse closed for Presidents' Day Feb. 17 - 4-H Federation Meeting at CMB (7:30 p.m.) followed by Amble meeting (9:00 p.m.) We use Bausch & Lomb 217 laser The most precise excimer laser ever approved by the FDA 93% see 20/20 or better!! Dr. Kadambi, Board certified opthalmologist has performed over 19,000 procedures.  2090-360 Main Street clinic, winnipeg Limited Time Only *Cover pre-examinaUon, laser treatment, and follow.up. Both eyes done lit the same station Winnipeg, MB Can.an R3C 3Z3 1-866-808-EYES (3937) www.eyetechlasik.com Come see our display atthe Farm & Home Show/ Pam Schneck, Custom Design Artist, and other representatives of Rausch Monument will be present 200,/o Off_ Monuments Thru March 1, 2003 Our Family Serving .Your Family Timothy O. Mundwiler Licensed Director Tana R. Mundwiler Licensed Director MUNDWILER FUNERAL HOME Milbank, SD, and Faith Chapel, Wilmot, SD i i i iii i ',Sday, Jan. 21, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 5