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February 11, 1981

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th hker Bru BUSINESS HAS NEVER BEEN BETTERtt Here's Whyt unlap of aker at Vomen's unch" on Best selections in area i Best Deals to be found Anywhere @ Easy Financing STOP IN . . LET US PROVE ITII! tt 9:30 } JI [In e,, will meet for a noon Loupee, Wesley Swihart, Harold in calenderizing local arts ac- for the Elderly, the Weather- nlap, a + __ard luncheon on Feb. 25 in the Swihart, and George toupee, tivities for 1981 will meet at 7 ization Program, and the Youth aker, wor. Granite Room of the Caahtown Arrangements were by the p.m. this Thursday, Feb 12, at Employment Programs. ealth "centlq fr lge an haS" 1) Care in OrtonvWe. Moberg Funeral Home, Clinton. the Cashtown Care, Ortunvflle d s  COunselor Tim ALL .. ..  o,ooo, ooo s+ d A ,.- attend the quarterly meeting. [eature is! , application Nurse Asst. Fergus, BSA President, at Aren_ ren . -._.. use inservice ,onstrat,u. , Boy Born Jan. 21 Services Held for breJ .  cooperation Course to Prairie Five Now n. , area Health MaD"  q ;, TO Barry Olsons Funeral services for Arend ..... 11 one County narl| for WLU V  dssioners --' Has Toll Free No. Arends, 81, Ortonville, were tions for d , a,m Mr. =  , oo  ...n Here +,+ Saturday, Feb. 7, at First ' Service Can- Clyde, N.C. are the parents of a Prairie Five CAC in Monte- English Lutheran Church in Or- wscry is # W of $5,350; son, Kristepher Michael, bern Final details have been made video now has a toll free tel- tonville bly of Go the side el (just off ,wnstairs. ormation J calling P a. to provide fo ack-up ser- ot County's new ! gram; m m Gerber and lm the 1981-82 km committee; ,or bids on a er school bus  Peed at the for type- with Val- a re- positions teachers or termi- enroll- as law. The a f- will be Wednesday, Jan. 21. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Verne Foss of Milbank and paternal grand- parents are Dr. and Mrs. L.T. Oison of Ortonville. This is the first grandchild of the Oisor. Rites Held For Bernice Smith Funeral services for Bernice Smith, 74, of Big Stone City, were held Jan. 29th, at Newton, Iowa Survivors include a son, Oren Smith and family of Carson, Calif., eight grandchildren, five great grandchildren, a sister, Marie Zimmerman, of Clinton, Mo., and 12 nephews and niec- es. Mrs. Smith lived in Big Stone for the Nursing Assistant Train- ing Program sponsored by Or- tonvflle Area Health Services. This 60-hour program will begin Monday, Feb. 23, and end Friday, Mar. 6, and will be scheduled from 3 to I0 p.m. on Monday through Friday of these two weeks. Costs of the program are $35 registration, $20 for the testing fee, and $10 if a book is pur- chased. Each person who satisfactor- ily completes this vocationally certified program will be eli- gible to work as a nursing assistant in a Nursing Home in the State of Minnesota. Anyone interested in taking this course must contact Donna Casper at 839-6113 or Marjorie Strei at 839-2525 no later than Feb. 16th. City for the past five years. She Big Stone Arts is the aunt of the William Swihart family, also of >, To Meet Thursday Stone CRy. Pallbearers were Elwyn Swi- The l of Directors of Big hart, William Swihart, Robert St Arts and those interested epbene number for the resi- dents of Big Stone, Chippewa, Lac qui Parle, Swift, and Yel- low Medicine counties. You may now call 1-8(}(}-992- 1712 if you have any questions about any of their programs, which include the Energy Crisis Intervention Program, Head Start, the Low Income Energy Assistance Program, Nutrition Pastor Robert Sorenson offici- ated with spring interment to be at Mound Cemetery. Irving Broich sang "In The Garden" and "How Great Thou Art", with Mrs. Marilyn Hanson as organist. "Children of the Heav- enly Father" and "I Know That My Redeemer Lives" were the congregational hymns sang. Arend J. Arends was bern to omen a L, and may by ca llir r Delor nday, Feb. HORMEL 12 oz 1121 Little Sizzlers ........ ,o , John and Trintge Arends Nov. 21, 1899, in Munkeboe, Ger- many. He attended school in Germany and worked with his father farming in Germany before moving to Steen, Minn., in 1921. Arend worked as a farm laborer before moving to Wheaton, where he was employ- ed with a seed company. He aLso farmed by Herman and later at Beaver Creek, Minn., where he worked for relatives. Arend was united in marriage to Anna Eilers on Feb. 24, 1951, in Germany, and they bought a farm by Odessa and farmed for many years until retirement in 1970, when they moved into OrtonviUe. Arend was a mem- ber of the First English Luth- eran Church. Arend is survived by his wife, Anna; a daughter, Teda (Mrs. Paul Rutkat) of Germany; ille, 7 MORRELL IJ, r, n  Smoked Boneless HAM SEIT7 Shce 5 Var,ehes 8 oz Cold Cuts .......... p.0 89  ONRAD'S AR ITY daughter-in-law, Jorita; two brothers and two sisters and seven granchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, a son Jurgen, two brothers and one sister. Pallbearers were Con Upke, Quentin Larsen, Alvin Hovde, Floyd Issendorf, Alvin Maas and John Boots. The Ekelund-Larson Funeral Home of Ortonville was in charge of arrangements. Area Residents Help In UMM Scholarships PHONE 839-3533 ORTONVILLE, MN U of M, Morris, with help of local and regional volunteers, is commencing its 1981 Freshman Academic Scholarship Program to raise monies to fund schol- arships for the Fall, 1981 fresh- man class. The Independent Ortonville, Minnesota Wed., Feb. 11, 1981 Pag e 9 The Freshman Academic Scholarship is one of the most important awards given by UMM, to worthy and capable high school seniors who might not otherwise attend school in our area, and it helps to insure that the high academic quality of UMM is maintained by at- tracting quality students to the institution. Volunteers from this area who are helping with the pro- gram include Paul and Barb Christeson, Graceville, and Richard Slieter and Gale May, beth of Ortonville. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS YOU'LL LOVE THESE VALJJ SAVINGS! To. so.+++ ,2:++ I/mtflPr5 -- JOHN MORRELL Cervelat ........... +o FRESH Frozen LE4N PRODUCE FOODS U.S. No. 1 +" ""   D@OtJS GENERtC-FrozenChEken-Turkey MEAT PI]F.S OO Meo,um 2 R) 69 Yeikv Onions ..... + WASHINGTON D'Anjou Pears ....... f 39  Cai,fornza Celery ........... 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