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Lt tel .esi Ra WITH THE WALLS! Workers from Dallas I Hanson Construction, Inc. began pouring cement for the walls of the new Minnwest Bank building on Main Street in OrtonvUle last week. nville news GaB Maxwell, Phone 839.2207 20th Senior Link Volunteers of 6W, LSS enjoyed a New Years m Dawson at Grace Lutheran Big Stone County was the represented. Those attending Elaine Fahlgren, Vera Johnson, and Albert Lotthammer, Deloris Emma Swezey, Lillian Hults, Peterson. All enjoyed t, good food and door gyl Pinkert's son Run visited Syi afternoon. Run had his Taylor along with him. was honored on his at his home last Sunday. were Pastor and Ethel Anderson, Don Holtquist, Esther Ell, Betty Strube, Sylvia Pinkert, and Alma Jorgenson and Earl Monson's daughter Darlene of Minneapolis is in the ttal in Minneapolis , Block, Margie s brother, Monson this week. ay Dennis Gerjets came by lunch with his parents Ernest afternoon Ruth Van several ladies in for a hg bee. Those in attendance were le Johnson, Cynthia Gustafson Ann Helgeson. aron Giese visited her mother Jo Ming on Monday, Jan. 19th. Irs. _AI Gillette and Tricia Asmus dL.illian Ninneman Thursday eay Lillian Ninneman's sister Brehmer and friend Glenda tted Lillian. They all ate at the r Citizen Center. Parks of Brooklyn Park and t ter Schmid of Minneapolis at the home of his family last ;kend Friday through Monday. Jan Ninneman enjoyed lunch with )t them last Sunday.. . .,tr. and Mrs. Virgil Sts had a e trnas celebration with Mrs. Sis' rs and sisters in the Cities last 00Ouncil (Continuedffom Page One) "-rnpert_Ywne.rs choose to sell. atety there is no money in ingersa nt for relocating these ;....:es, s atd Knip. She said she (en.g to trod funds through other e court "- . eft decided to table the u.ntil it could meet with the ,. Y owners and see what they n -dK,and until they hear back js"'e tD,, on possible relocation i weekend Wednesday Audrey Koch visited Giadys Meister at Milbank. Craig and Kippy Randleman and Emily spent the long Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. weekend in Fargo visiting their children Eric and Jenny. They came home Monday Joe Sorbell, his mother Clarissa, and Rose Van Stralen went to the Matador Tuesday for lunch. Rose Van Stralen's parents Bernard and Glad Van Stralen, Rose's brother Dan, and friend Joel had dinner at Rose Van Stralen's Thursday. High bridge players of the Friday afternoon bridge party at the Ortonville Senior Center were ladies Audrey Koch and men Ted Nelson. Everyone had a very enjoyable afternoon. For the whist party that was held at the Ortonville Senior Center on Tuesday, Jan..20th, there was a tie between Dee Amberg and Ardis Brehmer and high man was Gordon Strobel. Court report II (Week of Jan. 12, 1998) ORIONVILLE POLICE DEFL Michael Lee Adelmanfa'C, iilbank, SD, Underage Consumpon, Fined $45, Surcharge $30, Court $15. BIG STONE CO. SHERIFF Melissa Lorrean Nore, Kenmare, ND, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $17, Court Costs $15. Thomas William Kontz, Alberta, Theft, Fined $210, Stayed $160, Surcharge $30, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 10 days for 1 year Travis Steven Scoblic, Big Stone City, SD, DWI - K/Over .10, Fined $700, Stayed $200, Surcharge $75, Court Costs $135, Jail/Prison: Stayed 30 days for 2 years Corey Jay Zimmerman, Chokio, Take Coon w/Illegal Equi, Fined $75, Surcharge $36, Court Costs $15 Scott Allen Erickson, Chokio, No License In Possession, Fined $5, Surcharge $22, Court Costs $15. Harlan James Peters, Criminal Sex. Conduct/2nd Degree, Fined $1500, Surcharge $320, Restitution $56180, Court Costs $10, Pronounced: 82 mort. MINNESOTA HWY. PATROL Danny William Carlson, Big Stone City, SD, Fined $45, Surcharge $18.50, Court Costs $15. Darlene Marie Knutson, Odessa, Seatbelt Violation, Fined $25, Surcharge $14.75, Court Costs $10. Darcel Jo Ehlers, Wheaton, Seatbelt Violation, Fined $25, Surcharge $14.75, Court Costs $10. Gerianne M. Pfeiffer, Aberdeen, SD, Speeding 80/55, Fined $65, Surcharge $21.50, Court Costs $15. Glenn Conrad Kelch, LinD Lakes, Speeding 72/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $20, Court Costs $15. Mildred Hottmann Roesch, Roseville, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $17, Court Costs $15. / DNR Thomas Marvin Jerve, Benson, No Valid Registration, Fined $45, Surcharge $30, Court Costs $15. ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. Nicholas John Karsky, Clinton, Disorderly Conduct, Fined $210, Stayed at Cartwright Drug in Ortonville Boyds Bears & Fr, ends Bearstones Wee Folkstones ;;7 b Dollstones - Folkstones Cartwright Drug & Gifts Ortonville, MN 320-839-6102 JANUARY A _,s,t. NOW THROUGH JANUARY 31 1998 Sunday 1-5 p.m. 1-5 p.m. BOYS & GIRLS CLOTHING Infant-Size 16 22 Top Quality from Ruffleslto Denim Children's Wear 305 South Third Street (east of the post office) Milbank, South Dakota $160, Surcharge $30, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 10 days for 1 years Andrew Justin Lehne, Appleton, speeding 50/30, Fined $55, Surcharge $20, Court Costs $15. (Week of Jan. 19, 1998) MINNESOTA HWY. PATROL Lee Roy Danielson, Correll, Speeding 67/55, Violate Instruction Perm., Fined $90, Surcharge $26, Court Costs $30. Richard Paul Martinson, Clinton, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $17, Court Costs $15. Steven Eugene Sanasack, Graceville, Over Axle Wgt./1900 lbs., Fined $55, Surcharge $9, Court Costs $15. Ty Kenneth Zenk, Clinton, Speeding 75/55, Fiend $55, Surcharge $20, Court Costs $15. BIG STONE CO. SHERIFF Ty Kenneth Zenk, Clinton, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $17, Court Costs $15. ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. Ty Kenneth Zenk, Clinton, Drive After Suspension, Fined $95, Surcharge $15, Court Costs $15. DNR Michael Paul Hettuer, Alberta, No Valid License/Spearing, Fined $45, Surcharge $30, Court Costs $15. Pegasus offers free coupons Pegasus Satellite ' Television (Pegasus), the largest independent provider of DIRECTV , announced yesterday the launch of its "Let Pegasus and DIRECTV Take You to the Movies" promotion. Under this campaign, new subscribers who acti- vate programming through Pegasus between Jan. 22 through March 6, 1998 will receive 34 free pay per view movie coupons (over a $100 value). The certificates are redeemable toward DIRECT TICKET movies. "Pegasus is glad to offer this great value to our customers, especially at this time of year when 'staying in' is so appealing," said Pegasus Satellite Television's Marketing Manager Lori Karlsson. "DIRECT TICKET is great for its quality and convenience. You can order the movies right from your remote control, and you never have to worry about getting to the video store or returning tapes." Up to six coupons may be used per month, and Pegasus subscribers can take immediate advantage of this offer. (Coupons will be mailed within two weeks of activation.). The certifi- cates are valid through Dec. 31, 1998. All DIRECTV subscribers have access to DIRECT TICKET, the near video-on-demand pay per view ser- vice from DIRECTV. DIRECT TICK- ET provides up to 55 movie choices a night, and the hit movies start as often as every half hour. Cost per movie is only $2.99 when ordered by remote control." Some of the movies premiering next month are: My Best Friend's Wedding, Bounty Hunters, Picture Perfect, Men In Black, 'Til There Was You, Conspiracy Theory. DIREC'I delivers access to more than 175 channels of programming to DSS system owners. THE DWYER BROTHERS found a hot fishing spot on Big Stone Lake last week. Dennis of Minneapolis, above, reeled in thls 6 lb. northern and Mike of Mankato, below, pulled in this 5 1/2 lb. walleye. Born and raised in Ortonville, the men were visiting family in the area. Diabetic support meeting cancelled The Diabetic Support Group The next meeting will be held meeting set for tonight, Tuesday, Jan. Tuesday, Feb. 24 at 7 p.m. in the 27 has been cancelled because of the chapel at the Ortonville Hospital. numerous flu and cold viruses going Contact Jeanette Felton at OAHS around, for information on the support group. Home Loan Have Dro00t .... If you are thinking of buying a different home or ref/nancing your present home, we have a loan and a rate to fit your needs. Contact Roman Taffe, our mortgage specialist. [lilt IOISl14 LI[NDR Marquette Banks Member FDIG 451 Main Street Big Stone City, SD 57216 (605) 862-8163 302 South Main 1VIilbank, SD 57252 (605) 432-4553 Main Street ReviUo, SD 57259 (605) 623-4211 Jan. 27, 1998 INDEPENDENT Page 3