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February 11, 1981

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Steven Kvidera Kirkeby .n President, there things I think that you Although you plans would like to do to country, you cannot a new idea to automatically get how much president Carter If you have to improve suggest that plan to the people think about it. !PeOple think that it is they will pressure Pass your idea. is that you your campaign expects a Y elected official, t he promises, or reason why he a good reason ban just "I have the situation inflation. On all his other policies, I believe that he has taken quite a conservative route to the answer of all our nation's problems. He sometimes seems to forget about some of the smaller people in business, which I feel is one of his weaker points. But hopefully, all will turn out better than what we had started with. Good luck Ronald Reagan! You deserve a chance to try to bring our nation hack on its feet again. And hopefully you can do it with much success. January 9, 1981 Dear Father and Mother, During the second quarter of this school year I did the follow things in Special Education. In cooking I made Hot Dogs, French Toast, Pancakes, Oatmeal, Grilled Cheese, Individual pizza, cookies and popcorn balls. I liked reading The Jungle Book because they had good stories in this book. I like the story of "The Red Dog." I had fun at the Christmas party. I enjoyed my new game, "Pat Day." Billy Kleespie gave me the gift and supper for all my school friends, my parents and teacher. In Mathematics I learned to divide. FAMIUES ARE IMPORTANT to Ortonville's Jaycee Women, who are observing U.S. Jaycette Week through Saturday. These are some of the families who actively participate in a wide variety of community service and "Accent on Youth" programs such as Lunch with Santa, the style show, corn fest queen pageant, Outstanding Young Adult, Be Safe-Be Seen, Mr. Yuk and made donations to the library, Historical Society, RIF, Meals on Wheels, AFS students and the public television station in Appleton. The local Jaycee Women have been instrumental in raising money for community and individual needs such as a fetal heart monitor. This is U.S. Jaycette Week and Ortonville Mayor Harold Van Winkle has proclaimed it Ortonville Jaycee Women Week. Membership is open to any women between the ages of 18 and 35. For more information, contact Deb McCormick, 839-2339. approach." the American best way is to 'e situation different approach" People can see your del/ve what and hopefldly the more you to the people you, the better off i ealth Maria Hagen , Mrs. Fowler nany habits people 120 million habits. Habits to break. You You also them. Habits too. The habits is ms. Some habits nail biting, When trying to habit, you- record, so you can of your habit. n,xt identify the you are in when 'habit. hmtead of go do an to keep ou should also For instance, if dof ashtrays. are too Imrd at first. e so mmh Pract/ce to overcome rid of very hard. m,glag at to help. have to be want to the habit, yesterday, has hLs him. Even er has face Mr. staff. The in poor iaat its expected of Uese new and his staff a propod heaven this tax cut Itwfll small grants that small business. L  the main The nation is ea a our nation's be solved but has benefit of will but a major war against Your Son, Bob Allen Special Ed. Mrs. BohL, nan In this month, when we are inaugurating a new president, our fifth graders are studying the three branches of their government in social studies. Trying their best to keep facts from sounding just like the encyclopedias they used, causes their "biographies" to read more like historical fiction than the truth! WHISKEY CAUSES A GOOD START Chad Dorry, Room 6 When Martin Van Buren grew up, his father was a busy man who owned a large tavern. Besides running the tavern, Mr. Van Buren owned a farm. It was a shame flint little Martin never got to go to grade school, but later, when he was about twenty, he went to law school! Finally, he became, a president. It was hard for him because his enemies said that he lied and was sly and crafty, but he president an)way. LIVING ON THE TOP Denise Elv, Room 6 When would John Quincy Adams arrive? July II, 1767, was the coming of Baby John. John Quincy came to carry on the family fame. When John Quincy went with his dad, at the age of eleven to France, they were chased by a British warship. He spent most of his time in the company of brilliant men and women. His first job, before he became president, was being a lawTer. He and his dad were the only father-son presidents we have had. John Quincy Adams also had a very famous relative, Sam Adams, one of the "Sons of Liberty." TIPPECANOE AND TYLER, TOO Judy Ulrich, Room 6 How would you like to be born in an old log cabin and probably drink hard cider instead of milk? It was rough getting your picture taken in those days to sbow to the voters who tbougbi you were a roagh fronti. Being a military hero helped a bit. There was an odd tbing about wimam Henry Harrison. He would rise early in the morning to go to the vegetable market himself. On a cold, March morning of his inaugeration, he went out without an overcoat. He caught a cold so that he died of pneunxNna within three months of  our I,ddent. We only wish Ronald Reagan much better luck than some of the men who have gone before him, since the fifth graders tend to look on the dark side of being pmt! 10 YEARS AGO Feb. II, 1971 Open house at the all new Kinn Motors, Inc. of Ortonville gets underway today and will continue through Saturday. Publisher Lem Kaercher re- turned to Hawaii for the third consecutive year. Karen Morris received first place in the District Radio speaking contest last Saturday at Willmar. Sue Mack, sophomore, was crowned Sno Queen Friday at the Ortonville High School audi- torium. According to Start Schirm of the NFO, "Hog Lift" was the largest market victory. Prices have risen $3 to $4 per hundred weight. The following births were re- corded at the Ortonville Hos- pital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. BFris Schmidt of Twin , a boy to Mr. and Mrs. )aniel Schmieg of Ortonville and a girl to Mr: and Mrs. Win. SmRhwick of Ortonville. YEARS AGO Feb. 9, 1956 Fire broke out shortly after m/dnlght last night in the form- er Amberg Body Shop in Cash- town, presently being used for the Lmplement business of Ray Sester. The Artichoke Lutheran church is shown being moved to Appleton where it will house the Bethel Evangelical Free Church. Julie Gerber was the winner in the 4-H radio speaking con- test and Zunice Swenson was the reserve champion. Nearlyh 1,000 people turned out for the male chorus concert. Jack Kelly will take over his duties as rural mail carrier on route one on Saturday. Marjorie Bergman was nam- ed Homemaker of Tomorrow. The following births were re- corded at the Ortonville Hos- pitai: a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Murl Hinneberg of Odessa, a bey to Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Mielitz of Big Stone City, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Knoll of Ortonville, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Loren Kriese of Madison and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. ALfred Odden of Chokio. 50 YEARS AGO Feb. 12, 1931 That Ortonville will soon boast of having one of the larg- est and finest school hands in a town of this size in the state is assured soon following a meet- ing of the school board Monday evening. Owners of new cars purchas- ed from the C.F. Mueller Gar- age are: O.M. Osen, Fred Schwandt, Martin V. Johnson, Emil E. Latzke, R.R. Bohn, and Oscar Christopberson. The A & V Garage report sales to Ever- ett Wentworth, Minnie Zehrin- ger, Otto W. Kuderling, Edwin Zemple and Art Delgehausen. M.F. Brown of Madison, MN will open a popcorn stand in the building next to the post office. The Yellowbank Y.P.M.C. will present the "Peach Tree Road". Members of the cast include: Everet Menke, Hartie Menke, Marvin Kanne, Mac Kanne, Christine Belsas, Edythe Menke, Harold Menke, Carol Gloege and Mildred Menke. Irma Luchsinger became the bride of Alton Steinle of Ap- pleton Tuesday, Feb. 3. Big Stone Lake has been sel-- ected as a campsite by the South Dakota YMCA. More than 600 boys a year will enjoy camping on Manhattan Island. Mr. and Mrs. John Michell, Jr. are the parents of a girl at the Ortonville Hospital. time, with excerpts from her believe - but they are true! own letters which provide a series of fascinating vignettes ..... , of her' her family' and her r Be 1 world. . Ilingham tin. Martin Fido gives us a SChOOl Schedule rounded picture of a man in his ..... thne. Country life, city life, and theatre life. Shakespeare was Tues., Feb. 10 - Adult Wood- the product of all three and of a working Class 7 to 10 p.m. stirring historical period. Wed., Feb. II - Girls Bask- etball Seeding Meeting at Mil- THE WAY TO NATURAL BEAUTY - Tiegs, Cheryl. Here with techniques taken directly from her own personal beauty program, Cheryl helps you find and maintain a natural beauty look all your own. ADULT FICTION LESS THAN ANGELS - Pyre, Barbara. The focus of this novel is a mixed community of established and fledgling anth- ropologists. The author gently satirizes those who study hu- man behavior-the conventional anthropologists. JUVENILE NON-FICTION TROPICAL FISH - A Golden guide to setting up and main- taining an aquarium for tropi- cal fish and other animals. CLOCK BOOK - Kelly, Donna. A book for teaching children to tell time. RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT. Fantastic facts - Strange happenings - Unusual inven- tions - Marvels of Nature. All so amazing they are hard to an; Faculty Meeting at 3:20 p.m. Thurs., Feb. 12 - School Board Meeting 7 p.m.; Fro Meeting 8 p.m. Fri., Feb. 13 - Boys & Girls Basketball (H) Milan "A" squads only, Girls at 6:30 and Boys at 8 p.m. Sat., Feh. 14 - FFA Sweet- heart Dance 9 to 12 p.m.; "C & D" Basketball Tournament 9:30 a.m. Mon., Feb. 16 - President's Day - NO SCHOOL; Aerobic Dancing 7 to 9 p.m. Tues., Feb. 17 - FHA Meeting 7 p.m.; FFA Meeting 7:30 p.m.; Adult Woodworking Class 7 to 10 p.m.; Knit-Tat-Crochet Class 7 to 9 p.m. Wed., Feb. 18 - BOys Bask- etball Seeding Meeting at Mon- tevideo Thurs., Feb. 19 -Girls Jr. High Basketball (H) Milan 6:30 p.m. Fri., Feb. 20 - Boys & Girls Basketball (H) Starbuck "A" squads only, Girls at 6:30 and 8 p.m. The Independent Ortonville, Minnesoto wed., Feb. 11, 1981 Page 5b II PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY I 000000000000000000000 Sylvania Color TV's 000000000000000000000 Sylvania Stereos 000000000000000000000 19" 21"& 25" Color TV's Rensberger TV ORTONVILLE, MN I I i I LIBRAR ] 1 .0.MEL , oz. NOTES ...... CHILI WITH BEANS .... 69 The following new books are now available at the Public OCEAN SPRAY - 32 OZ. BOTTLE Library: ADULT NON-FICTION VOLCANOES: EARTH'S AWAKENING- Kraft, Katie & Maurice. Here is the photo- graphic account of I0 years of activity, ranging from Italy to Iceland in pursuit of the fiery monsters we know as volca- noes. JANE AUSTEN - Wilks, Brian. The author recreates Jane's world, letting her tell her own story for much of the PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL 'til End of February 10% off all Perms Come on in for a nice body wave or curly perm. We have the latest in perms & cuts. Bring a picture if you wish. SENIOR CITIZEN 10% T4 CO ORTEGA 8ttEL CRANBERRY COCKTAIL. 9 9 MUSSELMAN'S - 28 OZ. JAR bmO APPLE BUTTER... . . . . 99 -.. e CLOVER FARM PURE- 48 OZ. BOTTLE VEGETABLE OIL..... 1.49 """ Marshmallows CLOVER FARM - NO. 300 CAN 10 V oz. pkg. RED KIDNEY BEANS 3/1.00 3 9 FROZEN PASTE O-SEA-1 LB. SHERWOOD FOREST PERCH FILLET. 1.69 BIRD SEED KRAFT AMERICAN 5 LB. 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