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:t can • • for 00.Dbntuanes saw :e on e . e op " s;F!/arion Teske_ child uneral mass services for Mario'--'-- Gracevil,--'-'-" as the---- ha'--d qui'-- farmin------ exploe z Joe lla' t age 84, of Ortonville, will be and from Graceville, they moved to 10:30 am. today Tuesday, Jan. i 1998, in the St. John's Catholic brch at Ortonville. -Father Andrew Michels will • ciate with Ginger Drobny, • eb, ia.n.ist. Special music will be reded by St. John's Choir. Comtklonorary pallbearers will be to 3 P-rion's "granddaughters". Active ionf. Rqbearers will be Michael Calvin, )n Iven, Kenneth James, Leonard, ts. C0mas and Chris l'eske. to 12aVisitation was from 5 8 p m on .n Eodu.nday evening with a 7:30 p.m. )let aqyer service both at the Larson teral Home in Ortonville. ,'rment will be in St. Mary's A4 M lolic Cemetery of Beardsley.  darion Katherine (Welch) Teske VJ born April 29, 1913 at Beardsley '-. i)arents William and Katherine /..Iv i Donald) Welch. -- iihe attended Browns Valle Hi h Y g I|ool and worked various jobs !and Traverse County. 3n Sept. 15 1933, she was united " 'Oirarriage to'Leonard D Teske at -- ieaton [  Marion and her husband ,,JI- S e _ . Leonaro  Uaelr home in Traverse County |1 1940 and from there they moved Beardsley where they had farmed • jl il 1957. They then moved to ,00rnon J. Hunt Uneral services for Vernon J. Ortonville. Marion worked in a nursing home and also cafe work from 1958-1965. Mr. Teske passed away in June of 1993. Marion was a hard worker. She enjoyed family gatherings, preparing great food and she was always busy embroidering dish towels and pillow cases. She enjoyed all her flowers and plants. Marion was a resident of the Whetstone Valley Care Center for the past 11 years. She passed away Saturday, Jan. 24, 1998 in the St. Bernard's Providence Hospital, having reached the age of 84 years, 9 months and 25 days. Survivors include two sons Donald (Betty) of Odessa and Jerome of Jamestown, ND; three sisters Lucille Holtz of Wahpeton, ND, Marge Whalen of Browns Valley and Gladys Johnson of Breckenridge; a brother Donald Welch of Milbank, SD; 13 grandchildren; 19 great grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Marion was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Leonard, one daughter and one brother. Larson Funeral Home of Ortonville was in charge of the arrangements. approximately 3 p.m. in the Toronto the church prior to the service on Saturday. Warren and Holly Lunden sang "On Eagle's Wings" accompanied by Nore6n Engle.stad. The congregation sang "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God'' and "I Was There To Hear Your BorningCry" accompanied by Marilyn Hanson at the organ. The pallbearers were Jerry Acktey, Duane Moe, Greg Lunden, Craig Fonder, Tom Iverson and Jerry Hetlet. Vernon James Hunt was born on April 17, 1934 in Clear Lake, SD to Mortimer M. and Freda L. (Petersen) Hunt. He grew up in Clear Lake and graduated from Clear Lake High School in 1952. Vernon joined the U.S. Army for two years serving 18 months in Korea. He graduated from Huron College in 1959 with a B.S. Degree in Mathematics. He taught math and science at Iroquois High School for three years before teaching for 32 years at Wessington Springs High School. Vernon retired in 1994 and moved to Big Stone Lake. On June 20, 1959, Vernon was united in marriage to Loretta J. Lunden at the Leganger Lutheran Church in Toronto, SD. Together, Vernon and Loretta were able to share in 38 years of marriage. Among the things he enjoyed were woodworking, fishing and spending time with the family. He was a member of the First English Lutheran Church in Ortonville, SDEA and the American Legion. Vernon is survived by his wife, Loretta Hunt of Big Stone City, SD; three sons, Randy (and Robin) Hunt of Teaneck, NJ, Brian (and Colleen) Hunt of Grand Forks, ND and Allen (and Laura) Hunt of Huron, SD; nine grandchildren, Katie, Zachary, Daniel, Sean, Emily, Christopher, Gina, t, 63, of Big Stone City SD were ! p.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, 1998 at iwy. 75 _rrst English Lutheran Church in le, MN unville. The Rev. Wilfred Hansen w J, xev. JoAnn Nagele officiated the ice. Burial with milit rites b iE ary y -- nckson Olson American Le ion ;9-241'i  t 5.EC,t#81 of Toronto, SD wa g at ions) } Cemetery at Toronto, SD. Hunt passed away Tuesday morning, Jan. 20, 1998 at Huron, SD. Visitation was held Friday, Jan. 23rd at the Crawford-Eng Funeral Home in Clear Lake, SD with a prayer service at 4 p.m. lead by Rev. Sam Hatlestad. Visitation was also held at Rachael and Lisa Hunt; two sisters, Violet (and Mike) Meyer of North Bend, OR and Faye (and Stan) Sime of Albany, OR; one sister-in-law, Florence Hunt of Huron, SD; one aunt, Alice Hartsell of Watertown, SD; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Vernon was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers, Vincent and Russell Hunt and one in infancy, Melvin Hunt; and one sister, Fern John Hanson John Marlowe Hanson was born Jan. 18, 1930, in Fergus Falls, the son of Harold and Florence (Foslien) Hanson. He graduated from Alexandria High School in 1946 and that September enlisted in the U.S. Army. He served his country in Japan. He attended the University of Minnesota and on Sept. 17, 1949, was united in marriage to Arleene Brakken at Calvary Lutheran Church in Alexandria. John was then called back to duty for the National Guard and upon concluding service, began painting with his father. In 1952, John began employment with Northern Propane, a career which lasted over 30 years -- being transferred to Ortonville in 1960, and returning to Alexandria in 1976. In 1985, John began a career in real estate, beginning with sales and then becoming a partner in ERA Realty. Most of all John enjoyed being active in his church and also the precious time he could spend with his children and grandchildren. He loved to participate in music with the church choir and Vikingland Chordsmen. John was a member of Kiwanis, Alexandria Morning Lions Club, Jaycees and Calvary Lutheran Church. Worries. Vernon's family thanks you for your support and prayers. John was also active in Republican politics and enjoyed hunting and fishing. Golf was another favorite activity. On Dec. 30, 1997, John died at his home at the age of 67. He is survived by his wife Arleene of Alexandria; children Brad (Sandy) of Ortonville, Camille (Ron) Trandahl of Alexandria, Randy (Melanie) of Alexandria; step-mother Arvie Hanson of Prior Lake; brothers Bruce (Mim) of Lino Lakes, Paul (Gwen) of Coon Rapids; sisters Barbara (Don) Anderson of Tioga, ND, Deanna (Dale) Deal of Prior Lake; grandchildren Jeremy Smith, Sheila Unzen, Justin Smith, Sarah Trandahl, Rachel Trandahl, Steven Trandahl, Rachel Erie, Ben Erie, Hannah Hanson, Elias Hanson; and one great grandchild Summer Unzen. He is also survived by a step-sister, Janice Laumb. John was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Mary Ann Young and a step-brother, Gerald Bylund. Pallbearers were Les Iverson, Ken • Tessmer, Jack Hedine, Otto Schultz, Lars Nelson, Randy Hanson, Glenn Johnson and Brad Hanson. Interment was in Evergreen Cemetery, Alexandria. Arrangements were by Anderson Funeral Home, Alexandria. Immunization Clinics for Feb. Countryside Public Health Service is sponsoring immunization clinics at the following times and places for the month of February: Appleton - Nursing Home - Feb. 19, 9 a.m. to 12 noon Graceville - Hi-L• Apartments - Feb. 16, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Madison - 422 5th Ave. - Feb. 25, 3 to 5:30 p.m. Ortonville - 47 NW 2nd St, #104 - Feb. 2, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Consent forms for children under age 18 must be signed by a parent or guardian. Please bring the child's previous immunization record. We ask for a $5 administration charge for each vaccine. If you are on Medical Assistance, GAMC, or MinnesotaCare, please bring your current card to the clinic. Most major health plans cover tmmunization costs. Immunization services given at the public clinic are not a ubstitute 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. Census of Ag report forms due Feb. 2 The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture and the Minnesota Department of Agriculture remind farmers that the deadline for returning the 1997 Census of Agriculture report form is Feb. 2. Most forms have already been returned, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Statistics Service, but some are still in farmers' hands. For those who have not completed their report form, estimates are acceptable if records are not available. Those not operating a farm who still received a Census of Agriculture form should return it so they will not be contacted again. All information collected in the Census of Agriculture is kept confidential by law. Any farmer thinking about not returning the form should know that producers are required by law to answer the census. Delay increases the cost of the census and postpones the release of the census findings, which are scheduled to be made available in the spring of 1999. For assistance in completing your census report form, you can call the National Agricultural Statistics Service's toll-free number at 1-888- 424-7828. Farmers who did not receive a census report form may also call this number to request a form. 00That's entertainment JOIN US FOR Dollar Days Now thru Saturday!- // f' East Hwy. 12 • Ortonvifle ¸::::;:.::::¸:::::::::::::;:::;::2:::::::::;:¸¸::::::::2¸::i:1:1:? ¸ :: ::: 5/::¸ Tues., Feb. 3 Grilled Pork Chop Supper 6:OO-9:OO P.M. Pork chop, potato, salad, relish tray, bread & coffee $5,50 Annual Meeting of .the Big Stone Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Date: Saturday, February 7, 1998 at the Vet's Club Time: Social Hour 5:30 pm-6:30 pm " ...... Dinner 6:30 pm " , Casino Time 7:30 pm -10:00 pm  '-" Dance: 10:00 pm - i am Lost: $12.50 per person (includes meal, i free i,,%(, drink ticket, & $50.00 in play money) Silent Auction Packages for $250.00 advertising, whirlpool suite, & more Raffles for Shotgun. rifle, framed Les Kouba print, scope, binoculars, & more Chug-a-lug Registration form enclosed along with addltional information Please RSVp to the chamber office by January 30, n998 DJ. Servicws Music For ALL "Occasions • Class Reunions .Wedding[ Dances • Private Varties TW R..mWlql RR 1, Box 187 Ortonville  56278 3ZOJ Bud Light Christian Bottles Brandy Sl00o. o1% BAR SPECIALS Friday & Saturday, January 30 & 31 Draft Lite or Windsor forortlg $1.00 each o• .e. e• . 0,, o,,, eeoc e• ~ PULL TABS AVAILABLE ~ • e,• • • so oeooe• see eeo Check out other weekly specialsl .( RATED TRY USIII S. HWY. 15 LBANK, SO PH. 605-432-4421 Two Fried Eggs and Toast..,..................." 1.29 SERVED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY FROM 6:00 to 9:00 AM • Friday - Fish Special • Saturday - Italian Spaghetti Open 6:00 AM to 11:30 PM - Food Orders Taken Until 11:00 P.M. HiUtop's Theatre of Seasons Cafe HWYS. 75 & 12 - ORTONVILLE, MN • (320) 839-2233 [ TUES., JAN. 27 1 ] EVENING SPECIAL BBQ RIBS 1st Dinner Reg. Price 2nd Dinner for $1.00 WITH COUPON ONLY Not redeemable with gift certificate or any other coupon. J [ THURS., JAN. 29 EVENING SPECIAL Steak Cubes 1st Dinner Reg. Price 2nd Dinner for $1.00 WITH COUPON ONLY Not redeemable with gift certificate or any other coupon ROOM Jan. 27,1998 INDEPENDENT Page 9 k