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Our plant foreman Bob Fuller, who has been like our brother since Kindergarten, was highly honored at this year's annual Minnesota Newspaper Convention. Bob was awarded a certificate naming him to the elite Half-Century Club, for being in the newspaper business in our state for 50 years ... all of that time with The Independent. In the program naming those who joined the club this year, the information on Bob ended with "according to the folks at The Independent, Robert is the 'most loyal worker in the world.'" amen ... how very, very true! One in a million! ***** Babe and JR Parker, win- tering in Alabama, send us congrats on our new grand- daughter, Clarissa Rose Blake, daughter of Sue and Phil. "Babe and I, having an all-girl 'tribe' down through the granddaughters, know how special little girls are. No one from Ortonville has come our way yet, though Margaret and Derald Hay are due here Feb. 3rd." ***** Mrs. Bert (Jean) Fowler of Redwood Falls, former resident and long-time member of our OHS facul- ty, sends a small-world piece that appeared in a recent issue of the Redwood Falls Gazette newspaper. It's a letter from Marion Hardin and Suzanne Schulz of that area, writing about an Ortonville native, Dr. Greg McCallum, son of the Bud McCallums: "We wanted to take a minute to write a letter praising the Redwood Falls Hospice program. Our mother, Suzanne Lachen, moved to Redwood Falls to live with Marion for her final "months" of battling cancer (Nov. 14th). The Redwood Falls Hospice and Kay Peters went out of their way to make a stranger to the area feel loved and cared for. Our mom loved her nurses, aides and vol- unteers and felt this hospice program was by far one of the best in the nation. I can never ever thank every- one for all they did for our Morn. However, the most important person to her during her final three weeks was Dr. Grog McCallum. He went out of his way to make our mom feel calm and peaceful. She felt that she got better care from her "Dr. Grog" than from any of her renowned spe- cialists at Indiana University Medical Center. We only wish that he could have been her doctor during her seven years of battling cancer. He took the time to talk to her and explain things. His kindness and medical genius made her final weeks happy and relaxed. We can never thank him for all he did. He is a great doctor and friend." Jean adds "isn't it wonderful the way Ortonville contin- ues to make a name for itself!?" ***** Dorothy Schultz writes from "Menopause Manor" in Florida, as she sends her renewal: "Congrats on your new granddaughter. The Vikings really broke my heart. We Minnesotans were so sure they'd come out win. ners! We always look for- ward to the paper, even though some weeks it is very late getting here. Take care and best to all in 1999." ***** We said it several months ago, that boxing champion Mike Tyson should not be allowed to return to the ring, after biting the ear of his oppo- nent Hollyfield. Yet he was granted his wish! Prior to his ear-biting, he had served some time on a rape charge. Now we read he'll be facing yet another prison term for assaulting motorists last summer. You'd think this would convince the boxing authorities that he should fina!!y be barred from any future fights ... once and for all! The Vikings should do everything possible to keep QB Brad Johnson, if they expect to make it to next year's Super Bowl. They could alternate between Brad and Cunningham each game. BPA members from OHS aduance to state competition On Friday, Jan. 29, the Ortonville Business Professionals of America students traveled to Granite Falls for Regional competition. Business Professionals of America is an organi- zation for students involved in any business course. The mission of BPA is to contribute to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic and technological skills. The follow- ing students did exceptional and have qualified for State competition - Office Specialist Amanda Hillman, Information Processing Assistant Sarah Molden, Administrative Assistant - Liz Thompson, Financial Assistant - Erika Kaiser, Small Business Management Team - Bridget Riley, Jamie Wester and Amber Anderson, Presentation Management Teams #1 Mike Graham, Mike Barnhardt, Tom Inforzato and Grant Botker, #2 Abbey Johnson, Jamie Swenson and Amanda Hillman, Parliamentary Procedure Team Dave Marthaler, Jon Marthaler, Kassi Karels, LeAnn Pederson, Matt T. Karels, Jeremy Iverson, Dan Ross and Noah Zehringer. For banking concepts - Kristen Weber, legal concepts Kristi Volkenant, medical concepts - Kristi Volkenant and Rebekah Zahrbock, computerized accounting Erika Kaiser, document formatting - Becca Reisdorph and Grant Botker, desktop publishing - Becca Reisdorph, man- agement concepts - Brian Hasslen, database applications Abbey Johnson, Scott Sandberg and Jeremy Iverson, spreadsheet applications - John Thomas and Noah Zehringer, computer-aided graphics Scott Sandberg, application/interview skills- Adrienne Foster, extemperan- ious speaking - Jennifer Berning, busi- ness knowledge skills - Dustin Karels, business law - Kristi Volkenant and Jamie Swenson, business math - Dustin Karels and Dan Rausch, eco- nomic awareness - Liz Thompson and Becca Reisdorph, data communica- tions - Dustin Karels, network admin- istrator - Mike Barnhardt, individual parliamentary procedure - Dan Rausch, Dave Marthaler and Kassi Karels. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Kunde would like to give all students who attended a great big thanks for their behavior and hard work, and stated they are very proud of everyone. Big Stone Health Care Foundation presents The Sixth Annual Gala Affair The Big Stone Health Care Foundation proudly presents The Sixth Annual Gala Affair to be held on Saturday, March 6, 1999 at the Matador Fiesta Room in Ortonville. An atmosphere of elegant decora- tions and lighting coupled with beau- tiful music will make this an evening to be remembered. You will be pam- pered and served in class from the moment you walk in the door by young people staffing a coat check. Delicious hors d'oeuvres and punch along with beautiful music will enhance the Social Hour from 6 to 7 p.m. A new addition included in the cost of your ticket will be a special wine table where you may enjoy a glass of wine, or samplers of several varieties. Nonalcholic wine will be available. Entree selections include Prime Rib, Baked Bavarian Boneless Pork Loin, Broiled Torsk, Stuffed Cornish Hen, and Deep Fried Shrimp. along with other realistic accessory pieces making this set the start of a tradition in your home. The Sixth Annual Gala Affair promises to be an extraordinary cele- bration. Comments from previous Gala's indicate this event is one of a kind in the entire area. The Big Stone Health Care Foundation presents this celebration for any who wish to attend. Singles, couples and groups are welcome. The seating committee will attempt to honor seating requests or arrange seating tbr your comfort. Tickets are available at the Foundation office (lower level of Northside Medical Center) or by call- ing Jan at 320-839-4135. For your convenience, you may leave a mes- sage on voice mail. You may also mail your reservation with payment to Big Stone Health Care Foundation, 750 Eastvold Avenue, Ortonville, MN 56278 and your tickets will be sent to proceeds will benefit the Big Stone Health Care Foundation. Some of the provisions for the hors d'oeuvres are being donated by Bill's SuperValu Plus, Pioneer Meat Market, and Saputo Cheese USA and others are sponsored by Ken & Barb Voecks at DataWorks and Ken's Electric. All are being creatively pre- pared by the Matador. Other sponsors helping to provide some of the many special features of the Gala include Big Stone Physical Therapy, CenBank, the law firm of Fluegel, Helseth, McLaughlin, Anderson & Brutlag, Chartered; Heritage Printing, Jan's Floral and Gifts, Liebe Drug, Marquette Bank, Dr. Ronn McDaniel, Minnwest Bank, Ortonville Area Health Services, Ortonville Independent, Dr. Gregory Peterson, Strong Insurance and Dr. Steven Winther. Committee members organizing 4-H news BEARDSLEY GO-GETTERS Meghan Smart, Reporter The January meeting of the Beardsley Go-Getters was held on Sunday, the 24, at 2:00. There were nine members and six parents present. We were informed that the Ron Thompson farm of Ortonville had had a fire. Their church may do a benefit and ask 4-Hers to help. A fun winter activity for the club was also discussed. The club voted on either bowling, a trip to Unity Square, or roller skating. Jeanne Krueger spoke on behalf of Sarah Krueger about the Communication Arts Contest. The Club also talked about upcoming fruit sales and possibly performing for Share the Fun once again. There was a baby picture contest in which members brought a baby picture of themselves and the other members guessed whose picture was whose. Sheila Krueger gave a demonstration entitled "Clean to Colored," in which she put modge podge on a clear glass container, and then attached pieces of colored tissue paper. A thicker coat of modge podge was applied, and the decoration was accepted with a colored ribbon. Lunch was served by the Krueger family. Arctic Open At Clinton This Saturday The 20th annual Arctic Tournament on beautiful will be held Saturday, with events starting in for the younger golfers. was laid out last week, and isi The schedule of events men's tournament, women'S ment, kids' tournament and a putting tournament sters under grade three. also two "extra" events contest and a hole-in-( The day will conclude Arctic Open "Sweetheart Clinton Memorial Buildi music provided by the Farmer, Todd Sandberg, "Kick Out the Jams" DJ Another exciting acttvlty added this year. Artist will so some ice carving at the Arctic Open. He was a nor at the recent St. Carnival. The purchase of your button for $3.00 (or 2 for ties you to enter the as well as make' prizes. Proceeds from the which is sponsored by the donated to several area and individuals. Come in out of the cold and taste of spring at Emanuel Carpet in Milbank. New shi arriving daily of furniture and We just had a huge order of in-stock paper come into the store. If you have a graduation or A brief program will be presented. Dancing and socializing will follow with music provided by Hoffman's Hits. Cash bar will be available throughout the evening. A special feature of the evening will be a drawing for a North Pole Series "Start A Tradition Set" set from Department 56 and donated by Cartwright Drug. The set includes two charming, lighted shops and two elves you. Reservations need to be made by February 20th for a full choice of entree. Choices after that date may be limited to Prime Rib, Broiled Torsk or Deep Fried Shrimp. Please indicate entree choice when making your reservation. Ticket price of $25.00 per person covers hors d'oeuvres, punch, dinner, wine table, sales tax, dinner gratuity and event expenses. A limited number of tickets will be sold. All Increase in transportation aid for Big Stone County Big Stone County will see an increase in state aid for transportation in 1999, about $100,000 greater than in 1998. County Engineer Darrell Pettis told Big Stone County Board members last Tuesday the $1.824 million in state aid given to the county for this year reflects an eight percent increase over last year's aid. "The funds come from two sources- fuel tax and motor vehicle registration fees," Pettis says. "The increase is mostly due to more gas being consumed as people are buying more sport-utility vehicles and driving more, and also people are paying more for their vehicles, which in turn means more revenue for the state and coun- ties from license fees." Pettis stated more than $1 billion goes into the state fund every year from registration renewals and gas tax, which is currently 20 cents per gallon. "Sixty percent of these funds are used for construction and the remain- ing 40 percent for maintenance," he said. "The county has been fortunate to see about a $400,000 increase in state aid since 1995." PRINTING Is Our Business00 l THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT • open house cards • personalized napkins • announcements • name cards • thank you notes o 00t\\;o • decorations ,' • class of 1999 jewelry The Sixth Annual Gala Affair include Deb Berning, Kristi Delage, Judy Drewicke, Nova Foster, Ann Holme, Janet Messner, Dee Strong, Julie Treinen, Cindy VanDover, Mary Winther, Marjorie Lindholm and Jan Schmidt. They are once again looking forward to a very memorable evening with you. Area students named to MSU honors list A total of 535 students qualified for the Honors list at Mankato State University for the past iuarter. Named to the list from this rea were Hilary Mueller and Brand'oii " Prasnicki, both of Ortonville, and Jonathan Dahl, Marshall, formerly of Ortonville. tion coming up, we will be happy to help any decorating decisions you need to make. on in today and talk to any of our experts - we aim to please! "A South Dakota Century Old Business" EMAMUEL HOURS; Mon.-Fri. 9am-5:15pm; Sat. Toll Free 8884324568 306 South Third Street • Milbank, South Dakota 57252 WE WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY Monday, February 15, 1 PRESIDENTS' i M00NWEST ORTON00LLE MINNWEST BANK GROUP 21 Southeast Second Street • Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 Phone 320-839-2568 • MoneyLine 1-888.616-2265 - f Get slO Samngs. and shopping convenience when you buy our new Spring & Summer Catalog for Only $5. Stop by your nearest JCPenney today! Catalogs are available at Liebe Drug Stores in Ortonville, Milbank or Wilmot. Orders may be placed and picked up at Ortonville. Also, as receiver Chris Carter voiced several weeks ago, the team needs a top- notch defensive lineman to help out John Randle, and they could use one really good running back to back Ortonville up injury-prone Robert :mith. ***** ' l00-f Independent I ! l TRASH CAN B E R, ECYoLED,!! book through our secure web site www.jcpenney.com Gift Certificates Available - Payments accepted on JCPenney accounts Or call 1-800-222-2343 and ask for TA004-0287A to order your copy today! tgQ j (: enn, C,mtan, nr JCPenney CATALOG MERCHAb, rl" LOCATED Liebe 146 NW 2nd Ortonville, Page 2  INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Feb. 9, Our plant foreman Bob Fuller, who has been like our brother since Kindergarten, was highly honored at this year's annual Minnesota Newspaper Convention. Bob was awarded a certificate naming him to the elite Half-Century Club, for being in the newspaper business in our state for 50 years ... all of that time with The Independent. In the program naming those who joined the club this year, the information on Bob ended with "according to the folks at The Independent, Robert is the 'most loyal worker in the world.'" amen ... how very, very true! One in a million! ***** Babe and JR Parker, win- tering in Alabama, send us congrats on our new grand- daughter, Clarissa Rose Blake, daughter of Sue and Phil. "Babe and I, having an all-girl 'tribe' down through the granddaughters, know how special little girls are. No one from Ortonville has come our way yet, though Margaret and Derald Hay are due here Feb. 3rd." ***** Mrs. Bert (Jean) Fowler of Redwood Falls, former resident and long-time member of our OHS facul- ty, sends a small-world piece that appeared in a recent issue of the Redwood Falls Gazette newspaper. It's a letter from Marion Hardin and Suzanne Schulz of that area, writing about an Ortonville native, Dr. Greg McCallum, son of the Bud McCallums: "We wanted to take a minute to write a letter praising the Redwood Falls Hospice program. Our mother, Suzanne Lachen, moved to Redwood Falls to live with Marion for her final "months" of battling cancer (Nov. 14th). The Redwood Falls Hospice and Kay Peters went out of their way to make a stranger to the area feel loved and cared for. Our mom loved her nurses, aides and vol- unteers and felt this hospice program was by far one of the best in the nation. I can never ever thank every- one for all they did for our Morn. However, the most important person to her during her final three weeks was Dr. Grog McCallum. He went out of his way to make our mom feel calm and peaceful. She felt that she got better care from her "Dr. Grog" than from any of her renowned spe- cialists at Indiana University Medical Center. We only wish that he could have been her doctor during her seven years of battling cancer. He took the time to talk to her and explain things. His kindness and medical genius made her final weeks happy and relaxed. We can never thank him for all he did. He is a great doctor and friend." Jean adds "isn't it wonderful the way Ortonville contin- ues to make a name for itself!?" ***** Dorothy Schultz writes from "Menopause Manor" in Florida, as she sends her renewal: "Congrats on your new granddaughter. The Vikings really broke my heart. We Minnesotans were so sure they'd come out win. ners! We always look for- ward to the paper, even though some weeks it is very late getting here. Take care and best to all in 1999." ***** We said it several months ago, that boxing champion Mike Tyson should not be allowed to return to the ring, after biting the ear of his oppo- nent Hollyfield. Yet he was granted his wish! Prior to his ear-biting, he had served some time on a rape charge. Now we read he'll be facing yet another prison term for assaulting motorists last summer. You'd think this would convince the boxing authorities that he should fina!!y be barred from any future fights ... once and for all! The Vikings should do everything possible to keep QB Brad Johnson, if they expect to make it to next year's Super Bowl. They could alternate between Brad and Cunningham each game. BPA members from OHS aduance to state competition On Friday, Jan. 29, the Ortonville Business Professionals of America students traveled to Granite Falls for Regional competition. Business Professionals of America is an organi- zation for students involved in any business course. The mission of BPA is to contribute to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic and technological skills. The follow- ing students did exceptional and have qualified for State competition - Office Specialist Amanda Hillman, Information Processing Assistant Sarah Molden, Administrative Assistant - Liz Thompson, Financial Assistant - Erika Kaiser, Small Business Management Team - Bridget Riley, Jamie Wester and Amber Anderson, Presentation Management Teams #1 Mike Graham, Mike Barnhardt, Tom Inforzato and Grant Botker, #2 Abbey Johnson, Jamie Swenson and Amanda Hillman, Parliamentary Procedure Team Dave Marthaler, Jon Marthaler, Kassi Karels, LeAnn Pederson, Matt T. Karels, Jeremy Iverson, Dan Ross and Noah Zehringer. For banking concepts - Kristen Weber, legal concepts Kristi Volkenant, medical concepts - Kristi Volkenant and Rebekah Zahrbock, computerized accounting Erika Kaiser, document formatting - Becca Reisdorph and Grant Botker, desktop publishing - Becca Reisdorph, man- agement concepts - Brian Hasslen, database applications Abbey Johnson, Scott Sandberg and Jeremy Iverson, spreadsheet applications - John Thomas and Noah Zehringer, computer-aided graphics Scott Sandberg, application/interview skills- Adrienne Foster, extemperan- ious speaking - Jennifer Berning, busi- ness knowledge skills - Dustin Karels, business law - Kristi Volkenant and Jamie Swenson, business math - Dustin Karels and Dan Rausch, eco- nomic awareness - Liz Thompson and Becca Reisdorph, data communica- tions - Dustin Karels, network admin- istrator - Mike Barnhardt, individual parliamentary procedure - Dan Rausch, Dave Marthaler and Kassi Karels. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Kunde would like to give all students who attended a great big thanks for their behavior and hard work, and stated they are very proud of everyone. Big Stone Health Care Foundation presents The Sixth Annual Gala Affair The Big Stone Health Care Foundation proudly presents The Sixth Annual Gala Affair to be held on Saturday, March 6, 1999 at the Matador Fiesta Room in Ortonville. An atmosphere of elegant decora- tions and lighting coupled with beau- tiful music will make this an evening to be remembered. You will be pam- pered and served in class from the moment you walk in the door by young people staffing a coat check. Delicious hors d'oeuvres and punch along with beautiful music will enhance the Social Hour from 6 to 7 p.m. A new addition included in the cost of your ticket will be a special wine table where you may enjoy a glass of wine, or samplers of several varieties. Nonalcholic wine will be available. Entree selections include Prime Rib, Baked Bavarian Boneless Pork Loin, Broiled Torsk, Stuffed Cornish Hen, and Deep Fried Shrimp. along with other realistic accessory pieces making this set the start of a tradition in your home. The Sixth Annual Gala Affair promises to be an extraordinary cele- bration. Comments from previous Gala's indicate this event is one of a kind in the entire area. The Big Stone Health Care Foundation presents this celebration for any who wish to attend. Singles, couples and groups are welcome. The seating committee will attempt to honor seating requests or arrange seating tbr your comfort. Tickets are available at the Foundation office (lower level of Northside Medical Center) or by call- ing Jan at 320-839-4135. For your convenience, you may leave a mes- sage on voice mail. You may also mail your reservation with payment to Big Stone Health Care Foundation, 750 Eastvold Avenue, Ortonville, MN 56278 and your tickets will be sent to proceeds will benefit the Big Stone Health Care Foundation. Some of the provisions for the hors d'oeuvres are being donated by Bill's SuperValu Plus, Pioneer Meat Market, and Saputo Cheese USA and others are sponsored by Ken & Barb Voecks at DataWorks and Ken's Electric. All are being creatively pre- pared by the Matador. Other sponsors helping to provide some of the many special features of the Gala include Big Stone Physical Therapy, CenBank, the law firm of Fluegel, Helseth, McLaughlin, Anderson & Brutlag, Chartered; Heritage Printing, Jan's Floral and Gifts, Liebe Drug, Marquette Bank, Dr. Ronn McDaniel, Minnwest Bank, Ortonville Area Health Services, Ortonville Independent, Dr. Gregory Peterson, Strong Insurance and Dr. Steven Winther. Committee members organizing 4-H news BEARDSLEY GO-GETTERS Meghan Smart, Reporter The January meeting of the Beardsley Go-Getters was held on Sunday, the 24, at 2:00. There were nine members and six parents present. We were informed that the Ron Thompson farm of Ortonville had had a fire. Their church may do a benefit and ask 4-Hers to help. A fun winter activity for the club was also discussed. The club voted on either bowling, a trip to Unity Square, or roller skating. Jeanne Krueger spoke on behalf of Sarah Krueger about the Communication Arts Contest. The Club also talked about upcoming fruit sales and possibly performing for Share the Fun once again. There was a baby picture contest in which members brought a baby picture of themselves and the other members guessed whose picture was whose. Sheila Krueger gave a demonstration entitled "Clean to Colored," in which she put modge podge on a clear glass container, and then attached pieces of colored tissue paper. A thicker coat of modge podge was applied, and the decoration was accepted with a colored ribbon. Lunch was served by the Krueger family. Arctic Open At Clinton This Saturday The 20th annual Arctic Tournament on beautiful will be held Saturday, with events starting in for the younger golfers. was laid out last week, and isi The schedule of events men's tournament, women'S ment, kids' tournament and a putting tournament sters under grade three. also two "extra" events contest and a hole-in-( The day will conclude Arctic Open "Sweetheart Clinton Memorial Buildi music provided by the Farmer, Todd Sandberg, "Kick Out the Jams" DJ Another exciting acttvlty added this year. Artist will so some ice carving at the Arctic Open. He was a nor at the recent St. Carnival. The purchase of your button for $3.00 (or 2 for ties you to enter the as well as make' prizes. Proceeds from the which is sponsored by the donated to several area and individuals. Come in out of the cold and taste of spring at Emanuel Carpet in Milbank. New shi arriving daily of furniture and We just had a huge order of in-stock paper come into the store. If you have a graduation or A brief program will be presented. Dancing and socializing will follow with music provided by Hoffman's Hits. Cash bar will be available throughout the evening. A special feature of the evening will be a drawing for a North Pole Series "Start A Tradition Set" set from Department 56 and donated by Cartwright Drug. The set includes two charming, lighted shops and two elves you. Reservations need to be made by February 20th for a full choice of entree. Choices after that date may be limited to Prime Rib, Broiled Torsk or Deep Fried Shrimp. Please indicate entree choice when making your reservation. Ticket price of $25.00 per person covers hors d'oeuvres, punch, dinner, wine table, sales tax, dinner gratuity and event expenses. A limited number of tickets will be sold. All Increase in transportation aid for Big Stone County Big Stone County will see an increase in state aid for transportation in 1999, about $100,000 greater than in 1998. County Engineer Darrell Pettis told Big Stone County Board members last Tuesday the $1.824 million in state aid given to the county for this year reflects an eight percent increase over last year's aid. "The funds come from two sources- fuel tax and motor vehicle registration fees," Pettis says. "The increase is mostly due to more gas being consumed as people are buying more sport-utility vehicles and driving more, and also people are paying more for their vehicles, which in turn means more revenue for the state and coun- ties from license fees." Pettis stated more than $1 billion goes into the state fund every year from registration renewals and gas tax, which is currently 20 cents per gallon. "Sixty percent of these funds are used for construction and the remain- ing 40 percent for maintenance," he said. "The county has been fortunate to see about a $400,000 increase in state aid since 1995." PRINTING Is Our Business00 l THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT • open house cards • personalized napkins • announcements • name cards • thank you notes o 00t\\;o • decorations ,' • class of 1999 jewelry The Sixth Annual Gala Affair include Deb Berning, Kristi Delage, Judy Drewicke, Nova Foster, Ann Holme, Janet Messner, Dee Strong, Julie Treinen, Cindy VanDover, Mary Winther, Marjorie Lindholm and Jan Schmidt. They are once again looking forward to a very memorable evening with you. Area students named to MSU honors list A total of 535 students qualified for the Honors list at Mankato State University for the past iuarter. Named to the list from this rea were Hilary Mueller and Brand'oii " Prasnicki, both of Ortonville, and Jonathan Dahl, Marshall, formerly of Ortonville. tion coming up, we will be happy to help any decorating decisions you need to make. on in today and talk to any of our experts - we aim to please! "A South Dakota Century Old Business" EMAMUEL HOURS; Mon.-Fri. 9am-5:15pm; Sat. Toll Free 8884324568 306 South Third Street • Milbank, South Dakota 57252 WE WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY Monday, February 15, 1 PRESIDENTS' i M00NWEST ORTON00LLE MINNWEST BANK GROUP 21 Southeast Second Street • Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 Phone 320-839-2568 • MoneyLine 1-888.616-2265 - f Get slO Samngs. and shopping convenience when you buy our new Spring & Summer Catalog for Only $5. Stop by your nearest JCPenney today! Catalogs are available at Liebe Drug Stores in Ortonville, Milbank or Wilmot. Orders may be placed and picked up at Ortonville. Also, as receiver Chris Carter voiced several weeks ago, the team needs a top- notch defensive lineman to help out John Randle, and they could use one really good running back to back Ortonville up injury-prone Robert :mith. ***** ' l00-f Independent I ! l TRASH CAN B E R, ECYoLED,!! book through our secure web site www.jcpenney.com Gift Certificates Available - Payments accepted on JCPenney accounts Or call 1-800-222-2343 and ask for TA004-0287A to order your copy today! tgQ j (: enn, C,mtan, nr JCPenney CATALOG MERCHAb, rl" LOCATED Liebe 146 NW 2nd Ortonville, Page 2  INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Feb. 9,