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Enclosed find m.,. check for renewal of the Orton`. tile Independent. ]'hank you for all the le area but his grandfather 2 Deliver,, Service in Big -1 Arndt, Sell!n attend newly IleP elected off,cal conference i ewe    I i New Ortonville council member, "*he conference keynote speaker Artie Arndt and Lenore Sellin joined was Carl Neu. a nationally known tk ": g'.]lV='al;;i.   [{ others newly elected to their city speaker on city government leader- the II1 tax'JK, ", . {.-_ ] councils for a learning-the-basics con- ship. Other "presenters included ,is, pa ,'I '--] ference developed especiallv for them Minnetonka City Attorney Desyl I forOI  ,dfl The Conference for Newly Elected Peterson, In,er Grove Heights City ui',; i J,/f/ Jfll Officials, held ,n Grand Rapid,, last Attorney Tim Kuntz. and Mankato weekend, is sponsored by the League Director of Finance, Dan Jordet. r = i '*Newly-elected council members ty to get to know their peers in neigh- ;on wll P'v'"v'v'v,v.,v,.v,- are faced with a daunting number of boring communities, which is an .Johns Flcrlll. ][ .,..L..,]l L issues and challenges as the,' take important and helpful step for new office for the first time, often makim2 council members. the job seem overwhelming," LMC( The League has sponsored this conference for more than 11 years in AYS j ' ower of hope again Days are coming. The volunteers are meeting at 11:30 a.m. at Hilltop the sale of fresh Hope for 2002"' chairperson is Pa! can bc reached by phunc 183. begin March 4th. news which keeps me in touch with my Minnesota roots. Incidently Bob le{ me take the schedule board home where I took pictures of it in my back yard. Also if you should print the picture or any part of the above m the paper please send me two extra copies and I will see to it that both the Fullers and Bonn, receive copies. Send me the bill.'" an effort to prepare citizens for their new roles as public leaders. The League of Minnesota Cities is a State`,vide membership organization, representing 817 cities. Organized more than 85 years ago. --LIEBE DRUG, INC 146 NW 2 ND ORTONVILLE, MN WED & TIIUR FEB 13 & 14 PHOTO HOURS WED 10-1&2-6 THUR 10-1 &2-5:30 DEE POOLE WILL BE YOUR PHOTOGRAPHER 12,, plus tax 1 - 10X13 due at pick-up 1 - 8X10 $1.99 sitting fee 2 - 5X7s per person 2 - 3X5s 16 King Size Wallets 8 Regular Sie Wallets Executive Director Jim Miller said. "This conference gives participants a solid start in preparing them for their new leadership role." Council members from across the state spent Friday afternoon and all day Saturday learning some of the basics of serving on a city council - what councils legally can and cannot do, fundamentals of city finances, per- sonnel regulations, and the require- ments {)f state lay, on {}pen meetings and data privacy. The conference also focused not just on what to do. but h<v. tr d, it ',,,ell - ctmnectmg a lb, L  i " izens, working eftectively as a council team, and forming productive partner- ships with city staff. ' and Rs "The Indian g The White Guy" Engaged Tom and Paula Tobin of Ortonville and Gene and Cheryl Hausauer of Apple Valley, formerly from Ortonville, announce the engagement of their children, Jennifer and Robert. A June 1st, 2002 wedding is planned at First English Lutheran Church in Orlonville. Jennifcr and Robert are both atlcnding Concordia College in Moorhead. Engaged Richard and Jeanne Krueger of Beardsley and John and Dorothy Goodhan of Browns Valley announce the engagement of their children, Sarah Jean and Wayne Roy. A Feb. 9, 2002 wedding is planned at Trinity Lutheran Church in Clinton. What a difference 60 years makes! Edi. note: Orville D. Harper of Beulah, Wyoming, submitted the following for a recent issue of Agralite News). This morning, while still dressed in my pajamas, I heard a TV reporter telling that they had determined that each family, the next of kin, of the victims of the terrorist acts of 11 September 2fX)l would be receiving about 1.5 million dollars as compen- sation for their loss, depending on insurance settlements and other things. This was possible mostly from the generosity and concern of individ- uals. What a nice way to start the news day! And then it was also divulged that some of these potential beneficiaries - a minority l hope - are suing in court because they want MORE. Now I have white hair (some) and remember well the attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. Conversely, I d{} not remember any- one suing for ANY compensation, but I do remember recruitment centers were swamped with w4unteers. And those individuals who did not volun- teer {}r were drafted stood in their place and scrvcd where they bcst could - some c{mscientious objectors as medical corps men in harm's way for as much as three years or more. (We are talking here of more than 12,000,000 in total number.) And EVERYONE was inconvenienced and endured varying degree,; of hard- ship, up to and including the ultimate sacrifice for more than 292,100 - besides the wounded and missing Now I am wondering if Pearl Harbor survivors and next of kin were stupid for not suing lot money instead of w;luntecring and serving where they could? Maybe it is the other way around? Orville D Harper, Beulah, Wyo. Pain, stiffness and limited range of motion are often associated with neck (cervical spine) problems. Other common symptoms related to this area are headaches, dizziness, arm pain and numbness. The neck has seven vertebrae with nerves that pass between them. Strain from overuse, stress, poor pos- ture or trauma can cause malalignment which reduces movement of the vertebrae and results in inflammation. A thorough examination can detect the site of trouble and lead to corrective treatment, It is important to note that studies on treatment of neck problems find spinal manipulation to be very  safe when compared to other common treatments. ( ,/ , t Peterson hiropractic Clinic Main Street Ortonville 320-839-2323 Office Hours: M-W-F 8:30arn - 5:00pm; Tues.-Thurs. 8:30om - 12noon; Sat. by oppt. February 21 P-PP,P 2 Shows 7 & 9:3opm . & $5 in Advance, $20 at the door  L p Tickets available at the Casino '13 or by calling 1.8oo.DAKOTA 5, ext. 488 " Coming in March Country Music Legend .,o.....,.,,L,, c.. tt Porter Wagoner with Christie Lynn tickets on sale January 28th -r11}1 Lowest Fuel Prices on the * --jl][[ rm-outh Dakota border! 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