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February 11, 1981

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• SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL... -. DDi/// Free Glass of Wine To ld ( IHHIL • .I PIR i Compliment Your Meal 'V' N d N I I ,. Glass of Pop For The Children q MUSICFORYouRV::NTN;E:;YNAIGs00., 000000'CLUB " Call 859-2416 For Reservations ON TIlE ELECTRIC ORGAN CLOSED MONDAYS OPEN 6 P.M. SUNDAYS & TV Heaflh Quiz Peter Graves and Cheryl Tiegs will be hosts for "The National Health Quiz," a one- hour TV Special next Sunday, Feb. 15, at 9 p.m. The health education program provided through Public Broad- casting Services, will air over KWCM-TV, Channel 10, Apple- ton. The program is designed to help viewers evaluate their health. • - I Hearing Tests Set For Ortonvllle Ortonville--Electronic hear- ing tests will he given at the Columbian Hotel, Ortonvllle, MN, during a free Service Center, open to all hearing aid wearers. The tests will be en Tuesday, Feb. 17 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. by Carolyn Dumke, Belt(me Hear Aid Speda. Carolyn Dumke Anyone who has trouble hearing or understanding speech clearly is welcome to come in for a test using the modern electronic equipment to find out ff a tiny, and modern hearing aid cm help. Diagrams showing how the ear works and some of the causes of hearing loss will be available. Everyone should have a hearing test at least once a year if he has any trouble hearing or understanding speech dearly. Even people now wearing a hearing aid or those who have been told an aid won't help should have a hearing test and find out about the current hearing aids. The hearing tests will he held at the Columbian Hotel, Ortonvllle on Tues., Feb. 17 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. If you can't get there on Feb. 17, call or write the Beltone Hearing Aid Service, 300 Main Ave., Suite D, Fargo, ND 58103; Ph. 701-237-9977. I I The Independent 0rtonville, Minnesota Page 2 Wed., Feb. il, 1981 The Ortonville Independent (U.S.P.S. 412-460) L.A. KAERCHER Publisher J.D. KAERCHER CPublisher & Manapin9 Editor STEVE HAYES Associate Editor & Sports Editor JIM OLSON Ad Salesman o Volume 62; No. 51 Wednesday, Feb. 11, 1981 @ Continuing the Ortonville Journal-Star @ Published Every Wednesday at 29 2nd St. N.W. Ortonville, MN 56278 Second-Class Postage Paid at Ortonvtlle, Minnesota. O Subscription rates: $10.00 pet"  in Big Storm,  qui Parle, Traverse and Swift counties in. Minnesota, Grant & Roberts counties. South Dakota. All other, $14.00 per year. Postmaster: Send address changes to' The Ortonville Independent, Box 336, Ortonvdle, MN 56278. Q To Start Here UMM Campus Milbank Airmen Winter Camival 10 Firms Donate For dependent.Bank' and The OrtonvLLie In- availabletUrnab°ut theLUnChBellinghamWill be Farm Vote School. Mobile Series Complete Basic Feb. 19, 20 New Xmas Decor. School News Parents 'are encouraged to On Ma attend. Please advise your stu- Airmen Edward B. Anger- The Women's Mobile Campus will present "A Sense of Di- rection", a series of six conse- cutive sessions for Ortonville area women, beginning Feb. 26 and meeting subsequent Thurs- days through Apr. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in Ortonville's Library. During the six sessions, wo- men will have an opportunity to identify their needs, values and aspirations. A goal of the pro- gram is to help women gain insights into these areas so that they may better recognize the harriers which keep them from making decisions in their lives. The sessions will assist wo- men in setting personal goals which are realistic for them and help them to distinguish real from uvxeal expectations. Tests and worksheets will help participants to organize and to interpret this information. Health Auxiliary Meets Monday Ortonville Area Health Ser- vices' Auxiliary will meet at Northridge Residence's Activity Center this Monday, Feb. 16, at 1:15 p.m. At 1:30 p.m. there will be a slide show presented entitled "Remembering the Depression" It will he accompanied by a skit, discussion period and lunch. According to those who previewed the program, it's outstanding. hofer and Michael M. Lemster, brothers of Geraldine Schmei- chel of Milbank, S.D., recently completed Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex. Angerhofer has been assigned to Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., and Lemster, to Shep- pard Air Force Base, Tex. Lemster will study aircraft maintenance and Angerhofer will study communications and electronics systems. Southwest State Honor Students Southwest State University students have been honored for academic achievement during the fall quarter. Receiving high honors were Mary Karels, Dean Matthies and Dawn Mork, all of Bel- lingham; former Ortonville re- sident Debra Skoog of Mar- shall; and Debra McFarland of Milbank, S.D. Named to the honors list were Jean Kareis and Myra Karels, both of Bellingham. de Neui Hospitalized Belleville, Illinois John deNeui, former Orton- ville resident, who has been living with a daughter in Illi- nois, is hospitalized at St. Eliza- beth Hospital and will be for some time. This past Tuesday, Feb. IQ, John celebrated his 89th birth- day. His address is Room 535, Widow Service St. Elizabeth Hospital, Belle- ville, Ill. 62225. Observes First Athey Injured, Anniversary Widowed Persons Service (WPS) is observing its first anniversary in Ortonville. "The group consists of five volunteers who have been widowed for at least two years and have passed their own critical adjustment period. The objective of the service is to help those who have been re- cently widowed, from three to six months. These persons must deal with their own personal bereavement as well as new dilemmas in almost every aspect of their lives. To help in these altered circumstances, WPS hopes to provide support and guidance by visiting the newly-bereaved and by discussing on a one-to- one basis the adjustments to the problems of widowhood. The program was begun by Minnesota Headwaters Retired Senior Volunteer Program in cooperation with West Central Community Services Center. For further information, con- tact Minnesota Headwaters RSVP, 33 NW 2rid St., Orton- ville. Telephone 839-2111. Car Demolished Dick Atbey of Big Stone City was injured in a one-car acci- dent near Big Stone City last Thursday night. South Dakota Highway Pat- j olman Mike Rhodes said Athey was driving north on Highway 109, about a half mile north of Big Stone Cheese Factory, when he lost control and his car leR the road, hit an approach and roiled over. The accident happened about 6:30 p.m. Athey was taken by a pas- serby to Ortonville Hospital where he was treated for minor lacerations and a broken collar- bone. His 1974 Ford station wagon was a total loss, said the patrolman. Food Service Workshop A workshop designed for Food Service Managers has been set for Mar. 5, from 8:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. at Southwest State University, Marshall, sponsored by the Agricultural Extension Service--Southwest District, U of M Food Science & Nutrition Dept., Granite Falls AVTI, and Southwest State Uni- versity. II 00Need a good Return ' on your money? 12:0%, 21/2 year varmble rate certificate Effective through Feb. 18, 1981 $1,000 minimum YOUR SAVINGS NOW INSURED TO $100,000 FOR MORE DETAILS Call Doug or Janiece at 839-3867 FIRST FEDERAL New Christmas decorations OrtonviUe High School's 1981 this year at the intersection of Winter Carnival is scheduled for Thursday and Friday of next week, Feb. 19 and 20. Coronation of the carnival royalty will he the evening of Feb. 19 in the OIIS Auditorium. Feb. 20, there will be a "Fifties Dance" from 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. in the auditorium. Highways 12 and 7 in Ortonville were courtesy of the following firms: Tri-County State Bank, Cash- town Care, Stegner Golf Cars, Lindahl-Thomas, Berkner Heat- ing, Cartwright Drug & Gifts, Rensherger Electric, Conunun- ity Cable, Northwestern State For Marietta This Saturday, Feb. 14th, a basketball tournament will be held at Bellingham for Mari- etta's 5th & 6th team and the 7th & 8th team. A bus will leave Marietta at 9:30 a.m. and re- ONE RACK....... off ONE RACK WINTER S 5 0EO. SLEEPWEAR ALL FALL & WINTER MERCHANDISE =8.=12.=15.=20.=25 SOME JEWELRY. 1/2 price GEORGIA'S & LUCY'S ORTONVILLE, MN Presidents' Days SALE Feb. 11-16 A Sweet Time to pick a winner for your VALENTINE! off aft Stemware on hand Price 10% off all not dents about behavior while there. They should be encourag- ed to use their lockers and lock them to insure that their money and other items will not get lost. Preschool screening is sched- uied for Apr. 10th in Marietta for children from 3 to 5 years of age. The school play has been scheduled for Apr. 3rd. If you are interested in helping, he sure to stop in or call to volunteer your services. A special thank-you to Mrs. Argyle Anderson for her assis- tance in the art program last quarter. The students learned and enjoyed the techniques of Balik. Bids Sought For Lac qui Parle Work Up for bids the week of Mar. 2 will be a federal-aid, im- provement in Lac qui Parle County. Improvements call for bridg- es to be built on Township Road T-198 over the West Fork of the Lac qui Parle River, 7 miles southwest of Madison, and on Township Road T-201 over the West Fork of the Lac qui Parle River, 8.5 miles southwest of Madison. Bids will be received by County Auditor Raymond L. Olson at the Lac qui Parle County courthouse in Madison until 2 p.m., Tuesday, Mar. 3. Set Feb. A total of 115 have been desi nesota's Dept. of for the state-wide endure on a proposed by the Research and cil. The proposed der to he voted by corn producers a.m. and 4:30 p.m., a checkoff growers of percent of the value sold by Minnesota Eligible to vote sotans who own 0r! farm producing corn current or preceding year. Each limited to one vote by producers, husband, designated Twenty-eight places have been 25 coUnties, in County Agricultural Service offices in all counties except for and the Hibbing offices in St. Louis on all Stoves IN STOCK Warming up to this RANGER STOVE "RANGER HAS ff ALL" AIR TIGHT BUILT WITH EFFICIENCY IN SCANDIA Air tight stoves. Fine Craftsmanship backed by a 5 year warranty. Cud and Craig PHONE ORTONVILLE,