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news Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 and Mary Wildung of Sunday, Jan. 13th at the Jerry and Alma s home. evening, Jan. 14th Wanda &apos;,"and Marlys Radermacher lifford and Lizzie Hanson aa Hanson. ;-'.Jay, Jan. 12th Douglas Thole mother Carlene Wittnebel oar"lifford and Lizzie Hanson IE ]a Hanson. 'Ma..  and Orrin Anderson visited l Jensen on Wednesday Jan. 16th. kda Jensen's brother and '/On -law Reuben and Loraine 'r,- )f Appleton visited Amanda Al"fl ! Monday, Jan. 14th. ta [omerite apartment residents luck supper on Monday, Jan. za n Arndt's grandson Arlin IH nton was a dinner guest of sma mdt on Tuesday, Jan. 15th. and Ludie Stolpman went to NO I to visit friends and relatives ! the week-end of Jan. llth came over to Lillian on Wednesday, Jan. 16th visited Mrs. Vernon Lund at esday night, Jan. 16th at the Jim and Darlene 's home were Larry and Jyla and Dennis Dragt, Rod Gustafson. Gable attended Christian Club on Tuesday, Jan. 15th Church. feature of Christian Club was "Entertaining with ladies provided place the tables. Some examples on the table cloth and of the dishes, an Easter pastel colors and Easter colored eggs, a Valentine red dishes, a Christmas poinsettias for the and on the table cloth, and theme with a basket on the center. There were and various stories about the centerpieces, table cloth, and dishes. The singer and speaker couldn't come because of family emergencies. The ladies had a sing-a- long led by Donna Hoel and Marilyn Botker played the piano. Rolls and coffee were furnished. They had a substitute speaker from Sioux Falls who was a refugee from Rumania. The Coubals had a late Christmas because of the death of Michael Coubal. They had Christmas Jan. 12th in Maynard. About 70 people attended from Duluth, Burnsville, Stacey, Granite Falls, Clarkfield, Montevideo, Dawson, Ortonville, Kransburg, SD, and Holdingford. Jeanne Berg attended Christian Women's Club on Tuesday, Jan. 15th at Zion Lutheran Church from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. It was an enjoyable time. Shirl Botker attended Christian Women's Club on Tuesday, Jan. 15th at Zion Lutheran Church. Saturday afternoon, Jan. 12th Charles and Pam Hanson of Artichoke were visitors at the home of Esther Mullins. Sunday, Jan. 13th Donald and Marjorie Erickson of Chokio visited Esther Mullins and also Pastor Bob and Edyth Gravely of Artichoke. It was an enjoyable day in spite of five inches of snow. Crafts, Gifts, and More has moved from the Dancing Bean back to its home at Jim and Sons Lumber. The store displays crafts, tupperware, Avon, and Watkins. Stop in because Lany is missing all the visitors she had at the Dancing Bean. Gladys Brehmer and Lorraine Schnaser were at the Senior Club meeting in the afternoon on Wednesday, Jan. 16th at the Ortonville Senior Center. They had the installation of officers at the Senior Club. Gladys Brehmer was among others who sang in the Big Stone Community Singers on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. at the Ortonville Senior Center and had lunch. Rev. Edwin Parker visited Lloyd Rinke. True innesota. , ....  thin(3 are distinctl:,, Mirmesotan --li'e Bl'e'Cro% and Blue Shield of for delivering quality health care plans for nearly 70 /- That's why more MinnesOtans choose Blue Cross than any other plan. " individual or group plans or plans that work with Medicare. Tom Oakes 4O NW 2nd Street Ononvllle, MN 56278 320-839-2118 or 800-630-4978 BlueCross BlueShield of Minnesota Memorials, gifts for BS Healthcare Memorial and honorarium gifts that have been given, recently to the Big Stone Health Care Foundation include the following: In memory of Myrna Howen given by Selma Felton, Dr. Robert and Gretta Yaeger, LaValle and Beverly Berkner, and Marvin and Pat Hyatt. In memory of Verna Piatz given by Virginia and LeRoy Schoon. In memory of Ralph Liebe given by Bill and Donna Hoel. In memory of Clarence Magnuson given by Justin and Birdie Scholberg. In memory of Dr. John (Bud) McCallum given by James and Muriel Geier, Mark and Terry Block, Mary Geier, Barbara Holme, Stan and Marjorie Lindholm, Dan and Shar Petersen, J.r, Helen and Eugene Potter, Vince and Marguerite Stegner, Jean McCallum, Ron and Lynn Thomas and Marvin and Joan Block. In memory of Faith Henderson given by Selma Felton In memory of Norel Mathison given by Dorothy Mathison. In memory of Joyce Sis given by Virg Sis. In memory of Raymond Karels given by Glen and Marilyn Ketchum. In memory of Robert Fuller given by Ron and Lynn Thomas. In memory of Richard Amberg given by Ron and Lynn Thomas. In memory of Gus Weinman given by Clarence "Jiggs" and Marge Johnson. In memory of Emily Folkens given by Clarence "Jiggs" and Marge Johnson. In memory of Joyce and Tommy Toner given by Clarence "Jiggs" and Marge Johnson. In memory of Mike and Bessie Luchsinger given by Clarence "Jiggs" and Marge Johnson. 14, 2002. Mrs. Ashly Bruns of Brookings spent Friday, Jan. 11 till Sunday, Jan. 13 at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward Karels. Mrs. Jutie Henrich and son Tom of Ortnville visited Herb Schuelke at Sioux Valley Hospital in Sioux Falls on Friday, Jan. 11. Herb was able to return to his home in Madison on Friday after being hospitalized a week. Tuesday, Jan. 15 forenoon visitors at the M.J. Kirchberg home were Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Kirchberg of Milbank. Wednesday evening, Jan. 16 visitors at the home of Mrs. Almira Karels were Mike Bredeck of Madison, Mrs. Gene Pillatzke, Joe Karels, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Karels. Sunday, Jan. 13 dinner and afternoon guests at the Jerry Adelman home were Keith Adelman and girls of Graceville, Mrs. Rick Wilkening and family of rural Appleton. Holtquist, Klages, Reiffenberger, Moberg receive Masters degrees Becky Holtquist, Mary Klages, Kristi Moberg, and Glenda Reiffenberger received their Masters of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth on Dec. 15, 2001 Along with the commencement exercises, receptions were held in honor of the graduates hosted by the MEDL instructors and alumni association. The MEDL program is an intensive program which focuses on curriculum and instruction and promotes professional development of educators as reflective practitioners and leaders. The four completed the rigorous requirements in a year and a half. In memory of Betty Shelstad given by Clarence "Jiggs" and Marge __ Johnson. Rosen news By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Jan. 12 weekend guests at the Ray Schuelke home were Alan Schuelke of Montevideo, Brenda Schuelke and Mandley Davis of Watertown, Angela and Emily Kasuske of Volga, SD. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher and family were among Saturday evening, Jan. 12 guests of Tim Radermacher at Agassiz Lodge in honor of Lexi Radermacher's 6th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Karels went to Mpls on Wednesday,  Ja. 9 where Mrs. Karels had a medical appointment. John Karels of Fargo spent Jan. 12 weekend at the home of his mother Mrs. Almira Karels. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pillatzke and Mrs. Almira Karels attended a dinner and party on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 13 for residents of the Group Homes in Dawson. Their niece and granddaughter Melanie Karels is a resident in one of the homes. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Karels attended the funeral of Eugene Konshak at St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Milbank on Monday, Jan. ably warm December and January causes il retailer to sacrifice inventory for four days & Sporting Goods to conduct unprecedented 50% Off ter Merchandise Sale January 23-January 26 MN and DEO, MN area clothing to experience in and January is a stretch ) degree days, but that is has provided, difference in fall and win- year. All remaining W inter in-stock merc han- sale at an UNBE- 3LE 50% OFF beginning 23. owner of Jim's Sporting Caods, states, great selection of [se to in both the Dawson store. Jim's g carries all the quality such as Tommy Chaps Ralph Lauren, 3x Racing, Quick Silver,. Woolrieh, Fossil, Nike, Reebok, Savane, Dexter, Carhartt, Skechers, Wing, Levi, Dickies more. can fill out m their winter wardrobe. and winter isn't family can find what Size is not a problem. for everyone from Big & Tails in clothing, includes their "huge family r department." a special bonus, the 50% sale extends to half off Jim's entire licensed Vikings apparel line. Jim's Clothing and Sporting Goods recently celebrated its 25th Anniversary in November 200t. And one thing has remained the same - Jim's commitment to his clients. Jim states, "It will always be our goal to bring you the best value for your dollar and to back every purchase you make with our famous 100% satisfaction guaran- tee." "Instead of calling this a HALF- OFF SALE," Prestholdt says, "I'm going to call it my WINTER BLOW-OUT SALE!" Customers will need to hurry in to Jim's Clothing & Sporting Goods in Dawson and Montevideo for the best selection. Remember, the sale runs four days only, begin- ning January 23 and running through January 25, 2002. Warning: Missing Jim's Clothing & Sporting Goods 4-DAY WINTER BLOW-OUT SALE WILL BE A HUGE MISTAKE! 50% w|tiY00R ILUW-UUY SALt00 OFF 4 days only January 23-26 Courtesy Notice to our Preferred Customers: '.,. Come in to Jim's Clothing & Sporting Goods  ": ,,o.." in Montevideo or Dawson and receive 50%o1T ' our entire Fall & Winter merchandise. Includes our "Large family footwear department." ' MONTEVIDEO STORE Teteldmn: 320-269-8831 F: 3211u269-g634 M-T-W-F 9.'00 a.rm-7:O0 p.tL Tlxurs. 9.0 alto-8:00 p.m. Sac 9.00 Lm.-5.O p.m. e-nml: mave@ wcbat: DAWSON STORE Telephone: 320-769-2017 Fax: 320-769-4455 M-F 8:30 a.m--5:30 p.m I110111111 Thurs. 8:30a.m.-8:00p.m Sat_ 8:30 a.m.-5:00 pro. Hurry in to Jim's Clothing & Sporting Goods while supplies Isstl Bellingham School Pride The Randy Larson Family Christi. Randy. my oldest '-.on Chri,, is a Senior. at Lac qui Parle Valley lhc youngest four all attend BES, Randy Jr is in 5th grade, Brandy is in 4th, Zachary is in 2nd, and Lcxy is m Kindergarten. We are real proud to tell you what our sch)l has to ffer. All the ,,tal f and the chil- dren who attend this school kmw each other by name. it is just like one Big Family here.The cla, , sizes are lUSt perfect, all chil- dren are able to have dat one on <me attcnti<m they hivc and deserve, our children love all that attention. The extra activiues here that wc oiler arc super. The music department offers free piano and band lessons, and ym c(mc listen t om sch(ul sing and do recitals, il is won- derful. The children get to havc Shop Class, PFLS. which is a class in which you cook, sew, and do a number of other things that will help hem as they grow. Speech and Title I are als offered We also have a great Athletic Department. K 6 Wrc,tling, 3rd-6th grade boys and girls basketball, gymnastics,and chcerlcadmg Every month we have a Special lntec,t l)ay. wc have dances, parades, and so much more. The 4-H cloverbuds also meets here once a month for activities for all to enjoy. "/here is so much for you to learn and enioy here that it will last you a life time, Here at B.E.S. we offer Free Breakfast, and great I.unches {Christi can brag about this because she is the cg)k)milk break and much morc Bellingham is a Super School and has a ht t{ ollc Come on in and visit us, you won't forget our School Pride. Come visit our school and see what we have to offer for your children/child. For tour, call 568-2118. Budget (Continued from page 1) reduction. Also included in the proposed bud- get fix, the AMC reports, is $700 mil- lion in spending cuts, utilizing $667 million of the budget reserve and LGA account, refinancing $340 million, and $397 million in tax changes. Other revenue changes include $31 million with an additional $173 mil- lion advance in local aid payments. Tax incre&ses and changes could include a five cent per gallon gasoline tax, additional cigarette and tobacco taxes, estate and sales tax changes, and the elimination of school sales tax exemptions. Fortunately for the state's already- hurting school systems, no cutbacks in K-12 education nor in the area of long term care are proposed. AS MUCH AS 860 OF HOUSHOLD II Open house set for Beutler 80th Children of Rosetta Beutler invite you to an open house to honor her on her 80th birthday. The celebration will be held Sunday, Feb. 3rd from 1 to 4 p.m. at American Lutheran Church, I I 1 West Filth Avenue, Milbank, SD. No gifts please! ,lvwwvwwVwwwwwwvwwvwwvwwww i Does Your Cor Hove The POTHOLE ITTERS?! Out of Rlignment? OPERATOR MARK MUENCHOW You should be coming to our Hunter Alignment! TOTALLY COMPUTERIZED- ALL 4-WHEELS Operator Mark Muenchow will see to your needs! TIRE VICE Don Kohl-Own.l00 Ortonville, MN 114 Mile South of Junction 12 & 75 Phone 320-839-2073 T ! 22, 2002 INDEPENDENT Page 5