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Good old days in the Ortonville area FOR MANY YEARS, this i908 Buick, owned by the late Alex Semrau, was a favorite in OHS Homecoming and Cornfest parades. The sign on the back reads, "Only one other 1908 Buick in USA." Alex is driving/note the "claw" on his right arm, as he had lost his hand in a mishap. Photo was probably taken sometime in the late 1930s or early 1940s. " 10 YEARS AGO Feb. 2, 1993 The beautiful farmstead award for 1992 was presented to Lornell and Jean Danielson, at the SWCD banquet. Kent Matheny has announced that the Ortonville Sears Catalog store will close by the end of 1993. Ann Marie Kopitzke of Ortonville has been selected as a finalist in the Miss Minnesota American Princess Pageant. Ramona Strege will be the new president of the Big Stone County Red Cross. Outgoing president is Ailys Henningson. Kelly Stotesbery was hon- ored as the Big Stone City Fireman of the month. 25 YEARS AGO Jan. 25, 1978 The Winter Carnival will be held at the Ortonville School this week. Snow Queen and Princess candidates are Vickie Rothi, Carol Roggenbuck, Patty Rothi, Jackie Pineda, Sharon Brecke and Laurie Kurtz. Jim Olson began his duties this week as advertising sales- man at the Ortonville Independent. Jim had been pressman and cameraman at the Independent for 2 I/2 years. About 125 people were skiing the past few days at the Inkpa-Du-Ta-Ski slope in Big Stone City. There were nearly twice as many births as deaths in 1977 in Big Stone County. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Percy Chamley of Wilmot at the Ortonville Hospital. 50 YEARS AGO Feb. 12, 1953 A surprisingly heavy voter turnout Tuesday to pass the $550,000 school bond issue by a decisive majority of 321 to 75. H.E. Nicklasson has sold the Botsford Lumber company to J.F. and Cliff Taylor of Ortonville. Close to 1,000 people were on hand to watch the March of Dimes Benefit basketball Rosen news I I By Mrs. M.J. Kirehberg Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher and family were Sunday afternoon, Jan. 19 visitors at the Glen Radermacher home in Ortonville. Charlie Schmieg of Plymouth spent Jan. 18 weekend at the home of his mother Mrs. Myra Schmieg. Paul Karels who attends Cardinal Mueuch Seminary in Fargo spent Jan. 18 weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Dave Karels. Sunday, Jan. 19 evening visitors at the home of Mrs. Almira Karels were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Karels and Paul. Charles Schmieg of Plymouth and Mrs. Myra Schmieg were Saturday afternoon visitors at the Tim Stengel home in Miibank. Sunday, Jan. 19 afternoon and supper guests at the home of Roger Sis were Mrs. Marion Weber of Ortonville and Mrs. Myra Schmieg. Alice Stolpman, Mrs. Joan Strei I ]1 I II II Mrs: Joan Strei attended the open house in honor of Margaret Carlson's 90th birthday at Hilltop on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 18 and later visited Lillian Struck at her apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavelko and family of Worthington spent Jan. 18 weekend at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pillatzki. Kay Karels, Rick and Michael were among relatives that helped her sister Aggie, Mrs. Jim Erdmann celebrate her 50th birthday at the Matador in Ortonville on Friday evening, Jan. 17, 2003. The one to two inches of snow in this area on Monday and Tuesday and below zero temperature put an end to the mild winter we were having. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd attended the 40th birthday for Lyle Fischer in Sleepy Eye on Saturday evening, Jan. 11, 2003. Kay Karels, Rick and Michael DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The Ortonvitle Independent game between the business- men and a combination of preachers, teachers, and a few extras. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Karels of Big Stone City and a boy to Dr. and Mrs. A.P. Antroinen of Ortonville. 70 YEARS AGO Jan. 26, 1933 Jeanne Vanity Shop recently owned and operated by Nettie Herrick of Milbank has been sold to Carolyn Hollister of this city. The season of ice fishing on Big Stone Lake has been extended through Feb. 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fletcher of Ortonville are the parents of a daughter born in Minneapolis. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dobbs of Browns Valley at the Ortonville Hospital. Call for your FREE Eagan Visitors Guide/Coupons 1-866-EAGAN-2o www.eaganmn.com 5 minutes to Mall of America and Airport OHS alumni annual meet held Jan. 13th Ortonville's Alumni Association Board Members held their annual organization meeting on Jan. 13th, 2003. There were seven Board Members in attendance and one item on the agenda was the election of officers for the coming year and the new officers are; Ron Thomas, President, Craig Randleman, Treasurer, and Linda Toner, Secretary. The Board Members also discussed the annual newsletter and the annual scholarships and it was agreed to meet again May 5th to read the Scholarship Essay Applications and to finalize plans for the annual newsletter that will go out early summer. All Ortonville Alumni are encouraged to send their $5 annual dues or $45 for 10 years and any address changes to the Ortonville Alumni Association, PO Box 224, Ortonvilte, Mn 56278. Th' assure you will receive the newsletter keeping you up w/Alumni happenings. The Annual Meeting Is set for Corn Festival School Commons with the be confirmed. One of the agenda for the annual election of four new Board to replace the four terms expiring in 2003. We encourage all Alumni to attend the annual during Corn Festival WIC voucher pickup for Feb. 4 Countryside Room, Ortonville 9 a.m-4 Feb. 6 Prairie V Conf. Madison 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. Feb. 13 Graceville Center, Graceville 9 a.m.- 1 The County Nutrition Assistants will be available. Bellingham school 5th Grade Dwellings The dwellings are now on display in the hallway by the office. Please stop by and look at them and put comments on their comment sheets. They have spent a lot of time on the dwellings and they ask that you please do not touch them. Celebrate 100 Days of School On Feb. 7th, we will be celebrating the lOOth day of the 2002-2003 school year. We will be doing some fun activities in the afternoon. Please send along 100 small objects with your child. Some examples would be: 100 papercups, 100 pencils, 100 pieces of candy, 100 cottonballs, 100 pennies, 100 cereal pieces, or whatever you can think of. We will be using these objects in our activities. Please have the 100 objects in school by Feb. 5th. Thank you. Wrestling Practice Schedule Wrestling practices will be held in the lunchroom from 6:30-8:00 p.m. If you are interested in wrestling, make sure you have a current physical and Tom Croatt (coach) will have parent permission forms at the first practice. Wed., Jan. 29 Thurs., Jan. 3 Mon., Feb. 3 Wed., Feb. 5 Wed., Feb. 12 Thurs., Feb. 13 Mon., Feb. 17 Wed., Feb. 19 Tue., Feb. 25 ..... The BES PromotiOn group w.ill be selling window clings at the boys home basketball games. The cost is $3 each or 3/$8. If you are interested, you may also buy them in the school Thanks for all you've sent keep saving!! Boys Basketball Jan. 27 (H) Big Stone Feb. 4 (H) St. Lawrence Feb. 8 (H) Bel Tournament 9:30 a.m. Feb. 10 (H) Grant-Deuel Feb. 18 (A) Big Stone Feb. 24 (A) St. Lawrence Feb. 27 (H) Milbank March 1 (A) Gra Tournament Lunch Money Second semester lunch due in the office Please check if your child eats on year plan. Thanks. Sports Policy If you are sick more than you may NOT particil that evening. If you have funeral, etc, and are gone you may play that evening. Please Save .... First grade is saving Pril to be used Jan. 31. If you please send them to scho, Thanks. Calendar Tue., 1-28 3:00 Wed., 1-29 8:15 Musical I Thurs., 1-30 3:00 pr., BBB practice Breakfast Tuesday--grape juice, sticks, breakfast links, and Wednesday--apple cheese crossiant and milk. Thursday--orange jui office For Sale: Stadium Cushions The BES cheerleaders are still selling stadium cushions for $6.00 each. The cushions are forest green with the BES and paw print in gold. If interested, please contact Chris Larson or a BES cheerleader. They may be purchased at home basketball games, also. Totals So far this year, we have the following totals. Big G boxtops, 1600 = $160 Kemps Milk caps, 950 = $47.50 Soup labels, 6,500 cereals, blueberry muffins Friday--apple juice, sausage links and milk. Lunch Tuesday--mini pizzas, celery sticks, applesauce, bars, PB/PBJ and milk. Wednesday--chicken sliced peaches, fruit salad, bars, PB/PBJ and milk. Thursday--grilled sandwiches, chili, diced cup, brownies, and milk. Friday-(K-2) fish nugg fish patty on bun, rt bananas, orange slices, bars, PB/PBJ and milk. and Mrs. Almira Karels attended the spent Monday afternoon and evening mini retreat at St. Lawrence Parish at the Gary Karels home in Center in Milbank on Saturday Breckenridge. forenoon, Jan. 18, 2003. ,,,,. " FEBRUARY 2003 BSC students"Jump Rope for Heart" FEBRUARY 2003 .... Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday FEBRUARY HIGHLIGHTS: REMEMBER }'OUR "'THE $.$.ALIFE 8-HOUR CLASS IS FEB. 12 AND 13 FROM 6-10 PM EACH EVENING. VALENTINE/ PLFaIS CALL 839-3555 TO REGISTER. THANK YOU. **THE CENTER IS CLOSED MONDAY, FEB. 17, IN HONOR OF PRESIDENT'S DAY. THE BUS WILL RUN. **"AS FAMILIES GROW OLDER" IS A CAREGIVER EDUCATIONAL SERIES TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY 1: 1# A r 1:3o PM. THIS FIRST PART IS DESIGNED TO HELP FAMILIES OF OLDER ADULTS ANTICIPATE, PLAN AND PROVIDE FOR LOVING CARE. PLEASE CALL 839-3JJ5 TO PRFREGISTER On Jan. 29, 2003 the 2nd and 3rd grade students at Big Stone City School will be participating in Jump Rope for Heart. The students are raising, money that will go for research of the heart. Along with spending a day jumping to promote a healthier heart the students will also be learning different facts about heart disease and stroke. It is meant to be an experience where the children will learn about the importance of being healthy and also have some fun. The event will be held starting at 12:40 p.m. and going until 3:20 p.m. It will be at the Big Stone City School. An invitation is open to anyone in the community who would like to join the students jumping for a while in the afternoon. There is a series of events planned throughout the day which include different jumping styles such as individual, partner, and relay races. 7 SENIOR UL UB POTLUCK: :30 Center Opens 5pro Supper = dlsh to share md yom" am dinn- vtwt,-'tfun.t } 9am Quilt Group ):15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER 12:30 BP Check Ipm Cards BRAISED PORK CHOP lO' am Quilt Group 9:15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 1:00 Cards CHICKEN BREAST 4 9:15 Morning Coffee 10am Exerci.*,e 9:30am Sr. 131. MIg. 12N DINNER 12N Kiwanis Meeting 1 : 15 Prograive WhiRl 6:30 AlanoWgpm AA BAKED FISH [I I 9:15 Morning Coffee 9-11 am Beltone Repren. tative in the Office t0atn Exercise L 2N DINNER L 2N Kiwanis Meeting 1:30 BINGO 530 Alanon/Epm AA MEATLOAF 17 PRESIDENT'S DAY HOLIDAY- CENTER CLOSED. I TRANSIT BUS i WILL RUN i TODAY 4 FLAG DAY 9am Quilt Group :l 5 Morning Coffee Oam Exercise I1:00 Cards HAM BALLS 18 9:15 McwrtmgCoffee 10am Exercise 12N Dn'4NE R 12N Kiwntus Meeting 1 :l 5 Progressive Whist 1:30 Carelllver Eduestlomtl Hes-#l --Pleau relllster. 5:30 Alano 8pro An, BAKED FISH 25 9..t Mo,i.scofree 10am Exeri 12N DINNER 12N'Kiwanis Meetin8 1:15 BINGO 6:30 Alanon/8pro AA ROAST TURKEY $ 9:15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER 12N Kiwanis Board Mtg. 1:15 MOVIE: "THE /EDDING PLANNER" CHICKEN 12 9:i5 MomingCoffee 10am Exercbe 12N DINNER l:15 Carda---'500' 5-100m--.- 55-Alive g-Hour Cla.-Preregbter by alllng 839555. BBQ RIBS 19 9:15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER 1:15 Cards--'500' ,1:15 Senior Club Meeting PORK ROAST Z6 : 15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER lpm Cards--'500' rUNA HOTDISH ,, / 5 9:15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER I pm Pinochle SWISS STEAK 13 9:15 Morning Coffee 10ran Exercise 12N DINNER I pm Pin.hie 5-1oom---5$-Alive Z-Hour Class-2nd half, rURKE A LA KING zo ):15 Morning Coffee I 0am Exercise 12N Exercise 1 pm Pinochle COOK'S CHOICE: SOUP/SANDWICH 9:15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER I pm Pinochle PORK CHOPS ): 15 Morning Coffee loam Exercise 12N DINNER 12:50 Bridge ROAST PORK 14 o,-,,,  9:15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER 12:50 Bridge NEW ENGLAND BOILED DINNER 21 9:15 Morning Coffee LOam Exercise 12N DINNER [2:50 Bridge BADCHICN Z8 ): 15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER 12:50 Bridge BUILD-A-BURGER Page 12  INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Jan. Good old days in the Ortonville area FOR MANY YEARS, this i908 Buick, owned by the late Alex Semrau, was a favorite in OHS Homecoming and Cornfest parades. The sign on the back reads, "Only one other 1908 Buick in USA." Alex is driving/note the "claw" on his right arm, as he had lost his hand in a mishap. Photo was probably taken sometime in the late 1930s or early 1940s. " 10 YEARS AGO Feb. 2, 1993 The beautiful farmstead award for 1992 was presented to Lornell and Jean Danielson, at the SWCD banquet. Kent Matheny has announced that the Ortonville Sears Catalog store will close by the end of 1993. Ann Marie Kopitzke of Ortonville has been selected as a finalist in the Miss Minnesota American Princess Pageant. Ramona Strege will be the new president of the Big Stone County Red Cross. Outgoing president is Ailys Henningson. Kelly Stotesbery was hon- ored as the Big Stone City Fireman of the month. 25 YEARS AGO Jan. 25, 1978 The Winter Carnival will be held at the Ortonville School this week. Snow Queen and Princess candidates are Vickie Rothi, Carol Roggenbuck, Patty Rothi, Jackie Pineda, Sharon Brecke and Laurie Kurtz. Jim Olson began his duties this week as advertising sales- man at the Ortonville Independent. Jim had been pressman and cameraman at the Independent for 2 I/2 years. About 125 people were skiing the past few days at the Inkpa-Du-Ta-Ski slope in Big Stone City. There were nearly twice as many births as deaths in 1977 in Big Stone County. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Percy Chamley of Wilmot at the Ortonville Hospital. 50 YEARS AGO Feb. 12, 1953 A surprisingly heavy voter turnout Tuesday to pass the $550,000 school bond issue by a decisive majority of 321 to 75. H.E. Nicklasson has sold the Botsford Lumber company to J.F. and Cliff Taylor of Ortonville. Close to 1,000 people were on hand to watch the March of Dimes Benefit basketball Rosen news I I By Mrs. M.J. Kirehberg Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher and family were Sunday afternoon, Jan. 19 visitors at the Glen Radermacher home in Ortonville. Charlie Schmieg of Plymouth spent Jan. 18 weekend at the home of his mother Mrs. Myra Schmieg. Paul Karels who attends Cardinal Mueuch Seminary in Fargo spent Jan. 18 weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Dave Karels. Sunday, Jan. 19 evening visitors at the home of Mrs. Almira Karels were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Karels and Paul. Charles Schmieg of Plymouth and Mrs. Myra Schmieg were Saturday afternoon visitors at the Tim Stengel home in Miibank. Sunday, Jan. 19 afternoon and supper guests at the home of Roger Sis were Mrs. Marion Weber of Ortonville and Mrs. Myra Schmieg. Alice Stolpman, Mrs. Joan Strei I ]1 I II II Mrs: Joan Strei attended the open house in honor of Margaret Carlson's 90th birthday at Hilltop on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 18 and later visited Lillian Struck at her apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavelko and family of Worthington spent Jan. 18 weekend at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pillatzki. Kay Karels, Rick and Michael were among relatives that helped her sister Aggie, Mrs. Jim Erdmann celebrate her 50th birthday at the Matador in Ortonville on Friday evening, Jan. 17, 2003. The one to two inches of snow in this area on Monday and Tuesday and below zero temperature put an end to the mild winter we were having. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd attended the 40th birthday for Lyle Fischer in Sleepy Eye on Saturday evening, Jan. 11, 2003. Kay Karels, Rick and Michael DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The Ortonvitle Independent game between the business- men and a combination of preachers, teachers, and a few extras. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Karels of Big Stone City and a boy to Dr. and Mrs. A.P. Antroinen of Ortonville. 70 YEARS AGO Jan. 26, 1933 Jeanne Vanity Shop recently owned and operated by Nettie Herrick of Milbank has been sold to Carolyn Hollister of this city. The season of ice fishing on Big Stone Lake has been extended through Feb. 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fletcher of Ortonville are the parents of a daughter born in Minneapolis. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dobbs of Browns Valley at the Ortonville Hospital. Call for your FREE Eagan Visitors Guide/Coupons 1-866-EAGAN-2o www.eaganmn.com 5 minutes to Mall of America and Airport OHS alumni annual meet held Jan. 13th Ortonville's Alumni Association Board Members held their annual organization meeting on Jan. 13th, 2003. There were seven Board Members in attendance and one item on the agenda was the election of officers for the coming year and the new officers are; Ron Thomas, President, Craig Randleman, Treasurer, and Linda Toner, Secretary. The Board Members also discussed the annual newsletter and the annual scholarships and it was agreed to meet again May 5th to read the Scholarship Essay Applications and to finalize plans for the annual newsletter that will go out early summer. All Ortonville Alumni are encouraged to send their $5 annual dues or $45 for 10 years and any address changes to the Ortonville Alumni Association, PO Box 224, Ortonvilte, Mn 56278. Th' assure you will receive the newsletter keeping you up w/Alumni happenings. The Annual Meeting Is set for Corn Festival School Commons with the be confirmed. One of the agenda for the annual election of four new Board to replace the four terms expiring in 2003. We encourage all Alumni to attend the annual during Corn Festival WIC voucher pickup for Feb. 4 Countryside Room, Ortonville 9 a.m-4 Feb. 6 Prairie V Conf. Madison 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. Feb. 13 Graceville Center, Graceville 9 a.m.- 1 The County Nutrition Assistants will be available. Bellingham school 5th Grade Dwellings The dwellings are now on display in the hallway by the office. Please stop by and look at them and put comments on their comment sheets. They have spent a lot of time on the dwellings and they ask that you please do not touch them. Celebrate 100 Days of School On Feb. 7th, we will be celebrating the lOOth day of the 2002-2003 school year. We will be doing some fun activities in the afternoon. Please send along 100 small objects with your child. Some examples would be: 100 papercups, 100 pencils, 100 pieces of candy, 100 cottonballs, 100 pennies, 100 cereal pieces, or whatever you can think of. We will be using these objects in our activities. Please have the 100 objects in school by Feb. 5th. Thank you. Wrestling Practice Schedule Wrestling practices will be held in the lunchroom from 6:30-8:00 p.m. If you are interested in wrestling, make sure you have a current physical and Tom Croatt (coach) will have parent permission forms at the first practice. Wed., Jan. 29 Thurs., Jan. 3 Mon., Feb. 3 Wed., Feb. 5 Wed., Feb. 12 Thurs., Feb. 13 Mon., Feb. 17 Wed., Feb. 19 Tue., Feb. 25 ..... The BES PromotiOn group w.ill be selling window clings at the boys home basketball games. The cost is $3 each or 3/$8. If you are interested, you may also buy them in the school Thanks for all you've sent keep saving!! Boys Basketball Jan. 27 (H) Big Stone Feb. 4 (H) St. Lawrence Feb. 8 (H) Bel Tournament 9:30 a.m. Feb. 10 (H) Grant-Deuel Feb. 18 (A) Big Stone Feb. 24 (A) St. Lawrence Feb. 27 (H) Milbank March 1 (A) Gra Tournament Lunch Money Second semester lunch due in the office Please check if your child eats on year plan. Thanks. Sports Policy If you are sick more than you may NOT particil that evening. If you have funeral, etc, and are gone you may play that evening. Please Save .... First grade is saving Pril to be used Jan. 31. If you please send them to scho, Thanks. Calendar Tue., 1-28 3:00 Wed., 1-29 8:15 Musical I Thurs., 1-30 3:00 pr., BBB practice Breakfast Tuesday--grape juice, sticks, breakfast links, and Wednesday--apple cheese crossiant and milk. Thursday--orange jui office For Sale: Stadium Cushions The BES cheerleaders are still selling stadium cushions for $6.00 each. The cushions are forest green with the BES and paw print in gold. If interested, please contact Chris Larson or a BES cheerleader. They may be purchased at home basketball games, also. Totals So far this year, we have the following totals. Big G boxtops, 1600 = $160 Kemps Milk caps, 950 = $47.50 Soup labels, 6,500 cereals, blueberry muffins Friday--apple juice, sausage links and milk. Lunch Tuesday--mini pizzas, celery sticks, applesauce, bars, PB/PBJ and milk. Wednesday--chicken sliced peaches, fruit salad, bars, PB/PBJ and milk. Thursday--grilled sandwiches, chili, diced cup, brownies, and milk. Friday-(K-2) fish nugg fish patty on bun, rt bananas, orange slices, bars, PB/PBJ and milk. and Mrs. Almira Karels attended the spent Monday afternoon and evening mini retreat at St. Lawrence Parish at the Gary Karels home in Center in Milbank on Saturday Breckenridge. forenoon, Jan. 18, 2003. ,,,,. " FEBRUARY 2003 BSC students"Jump Rope for Heart" FEBRUARY 2003 .... Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday FEBRUARY HIGHLIGHTS: REMEMBER }'OUR "'THE $.$.ALIFE 8-HOUR CLASS IS FEB. 12 AND 13 FROM 6-10 PM EACH EVENING. VALENTINE/ PLFaIS CALL 839-3555 TO REGISTER. THANK YOU. **THE CENTER IS CLOSED MONDAY, FEB. 17, IN HONOR OF PRESIDENT'S DAY. THE BUS WILL RUN. **"AS FAMILIES GROW OLDER" IS A CAREGIVER EDUCATIONAL SERIES TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY 1: 1# A r 1:3o PM. THIS FIRST PART IS DESIGNED TO HELP FAMILIES OF OLDER ADULTS ANTICIPATE, PLAN AND PROVIDE FOR LOVING CARE. PLEASE CALL 839-3JJ5 TO PRFREGISTER On Jan. 29, 2003 the 2nd and 3rd grade students at Big Stone City School will be participating in Jump Rope for Heart. The students are raising, money that will go for research of the heart. Along with spending a day jumping to promote a healthier heart the students will also be learning different facts about heart disease and stroke. It is meant to be an experience where the children will learn about the importance of being healthy and also have some fun. The event will be held starting at 12:40 p.m. and going until 3:20 p.m. It will be at the Big Stone City School. An invitation is open to anyone in the community who would like to join the students jumping for a while in the afternoon. There is a series of events planned throughout the day which include different jumping styles such as individual, partner, and relay races. 7 SENIOR UL UB POTLUCK: :30 Center Opens 5pro Supper = dlsh to share md yom" am dinn- vtwt,-'tfun.t } 9am Quilt Group ):15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER 12:30 BP Check Ipm Cards BRAISED PORK CHOP lO' am Quilt Group 9:15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 1:00 Cards CHICKEN BREAST 4 9:15 Morning Coffee 10am Exerci.*,e 9:30am Sr. 131. MIg. 12N DINNER 12N Kiwanis Meeting 1 : 15 Prograive WhiRl 6:30 AlanoWgpm AA BAKED FISH [I I 9:15 Morning Coffee 9-11 am Beltone Repren. tative in the Office t0atn Exercise L 2N DINNER L 2N Kiwanis Meeting 1:30 BINGO 530 Alanon/Epm AA MEATLOAF 17 PRESIDENT'S DAY HOLIDAY- CENTER CLOSED. I TRANSIT BUS i WILL RUN i TODAY 4 FLAG DAY 9am Quilt Group :l 5 Morning Coffee Oam Exercise I1:00 Cards HAM BALLS 18 9:15 McwrtmgCoffee 10am Exercise 12N Dn'4NE R 12N Kiwntus Meeting 1 :l 5 Progressive Whist 1:30 Carelllver Eduestlomtl Hes-#l --Pleau relllster. 5:30 Alano 8pro An, BAKED FISH 25 9..t Mo,i.scofree 10am Exeri 12N DINNER 12N'Kiwanis Meetin8 1:15 BINGO 6:30 Alanon/8pro AA ROAST TURKEY $ 9:15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER 12N Kiwanis Board Mtg. 1:15 MOVIE: "THE /EDDING PLANNER" CHICKEN 12 9:i5 MomingCoffee 10am Exercbe 12N DINNER l:15 Carda---'500' 5-100m--.- 55-Alive g-Hour Cla.-Preregbter by alllng 839555. BBQ RIBS 19 9:15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER 1:15 Cards--'500' ,1:15 Senior Club Meeting PORK ROAST Z6 : 15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER lpm Cards--'500' rUNA HOTDISH ,, / 5 9:15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER I pm Pinochle SWISS STEAK 13 9:15 Morning Coffee 10ran Exercise 12N DINNER I pm Pin.hie 5-1oom---5$-Alive Z-Hour Class-2nd half, rURKE A LA KING zo ):15 Morning Coffee I 0am Exercise 12N Exercise 1 pm Pinochle COOK'S CHOICE: SOUP/SANDWICH 9:15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER I pm Pinochle PORK CHOPS ): 15 Morning Coffee loam Exercise 12N DINNER 12:50 Bridge ROAST PORK 14 o,-,,,  9:15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER 12:50 Bridge NEW ENGLAND BOILED DINNER 21 9:15 Morning Coffee LOam Exercise 12N DINNER [2:50 Bridge BADCHICN Z8 ): 15 Morning Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER 12:50 Bridge BUILD-A-BURGER Page 12  INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Jan.