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angelist At zpel Meet re on Mon. way and Scotland, altogether eight overseas missions. He has travled also in Canada and many parts of the United States. He enjoys the ministry especially in Lutheran church- es, helping along in order to bring renewal. He is available for all types of meetings, con- ventions and conferences. Crop Pest Clinic Set For Milbank A Crop Pest Clinic will be conducted in Grant County by Extension specialists from South Dakota State University. The program will begin at 10 a.m. and end at 3 p.m. in the ward Stotesbery. Honorary pallbearers were Richard Connelly, Francis Han- son, Clarence Spalinger, Melvin Nagel, I-[oward Fletcher, and.John Andrew Morris. Interment will be in the Clin- ton Cemetery. Lester Harry Hammerberg was born at Sherwood, N.D. o February 3, 1910, the son of the late Emil and Nettle Ham- merberg. He grew up in the ClInton area, farming with his parents until 1946 He was in the A-C machinery business in Graceville until 1960 and then worked as partsman at Zetter- burgs Store in MorN for 15 years. He retired in 1975, mov- ing to Clinton He was a lifetime member of Elim Lutheran Church of Clinton. He is survived by his sister, Marmion Bailey of Longmont, Colorado; a brother, Clifford of Isle, Mn.; three nephews and one niece as well as cousins HRA Offers Funds for Handicapped The Housing and Redevelop- ment Authority of Chippewa County is currently adminis- tering the Minnesota Housing FInance Agency's Accessibility Improvement Assistance Pro- gram for the five cotmties in the Upper Minnesota Valley Re- gion (LTdV) including Big Stone County. The 1979 legislature estab- lished the program &qd appro- priated $2 million for one bi- ennium, ending in June, 1981. The L,V Region received an allocation of .$45,600. The purpose of the program is to make single or two-family homes more liveable for the used only for improvements which are directly related to the everyday needs of a handicap- ped person. Some of the home improve- ments that are eligible are con- structing and repairing ramps, relocating or widening doorways, remodeling bathrooms, relocat- ing electrical switches and out- lets, remodeling kitchens. To be eligible, the home must be owned by the party requesting the grant, the disabled person must have the home as their prin- cipal residence and the adjusted gross income must be less than $16,000. For further information, con- tact the Chippewa County HRA, CoWry'Courthouse, llth St. and Washington Avenue, Montevideo, Mn. 56265. Phone 269-6414. Open House Feb. 15 For Arthur Steen 80th birthday on Sunday, Feb. 15. Mr. Steen was born Februaryll, 1901 in Clinton, Mn., one of 12 children - six of whom are still living. His wife Edina; twodaugh- terN, Betty Meyer and Opal Col- lins, and seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren all re- side in Minneapolis. Mr. Steen's address is: 3329 23rd Avenue South, Minneapolis. County Gets $610,000 in Highway Funds Big Stone County will receive $610,277 as its share of the $104,003,792 allocated to the 1981 County State-Aid Highway (CSAH) Fund, according to Gor- don Fay, director of the Office of State Aid, Minnesota Depart- $1 million each. The allotments range from $610,000 (see Big Stone County's) to $6.9 million. Trave'fse County will receive $61079 and Stevens County is allocated $610279. The Co:tory State-Aid Highway Fund makes available to the counties money for construc- tion and maintenance of the 30,000 mile CSAH system. The apportionment is allotted ac- cording to prescribed formula to Minnesota's 87 counties. The Highway User tax Distribution Fund is composed of monies from the state motor fuel tax and motor vehicle registration fees. Clinton Fire Dept. Elects Officers The Clinton Fire Department The Independent Ortonville, Minnesolo Wed., Feb. II, 1981 Page llb man, First Assistant Chief and John Stallman, second Assistant Chief Other officers of the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department are: Dale Martig, secretary; Chuck Thorson treasurer; Dick Cas- per, Curt Bystol and Mike Shan- non, Fire Marshalls and Roger Hoxell and Ron Kaess, Equip- ment Chiefs. Ed Berning is the president of the Clinton Relief Association wi Larry Rixe as vice presi- dent. Du Wayne Discher is sec- retary and Ray Clark, treasur- er with Bob Proudfoot and Rick Schneck as directors. The Clinton Fire Department holds monthly meetings on the fourth Thursday evening of each month. held its annual meeting recently Lantern Inn in Milhank on Feb. and friends, handicapped member (s) of an melt of Transportation. | ED ADS Allltir Mueller, an 20. The noon meal will be corn- Mr. Hammerberg was preced- eligible household. Therefore, An open house is planned for Forty-five Minnesota Coun- and Paul Larson was elected CLASS FI kl will be guest speak- plements of Monsanto. Call the ed in death by his parents. Accessibility grant funds will be Arthur I. Steen in honor of his tieshave been allotted more than Fire Chief with Richard Stattel- BRINfi QUCK RESULTS Lrkem.ulleRlle's Full Gospel Extension Office (432-9221) by Dr I M"-"- h as their meeting .=L. Feb. 13 to reserve a meal i IIIIII//III/I/IIIIIIIII 1 [-Y, Feb. 16th, start- Leon Wrage, Extension Weed rmlC.'._l:P'rn" in the Granitewas and small grain and sunflowers.S'a'i*" " 0 " 1 1 T PAYS TO ADVERTISE[ [ i. e cashtown Care. control in corn and soybeans .J! '.'. ueuer born at ocgeg, N.D., the 7th of A special slide set on head are. M'l[k" ten t Win" and Marie Jl'_a.  fe .m d .FIechurch. inWaSthebavtized "American When and 22 esota smut in corn This BendiSease last Kantack, year. wasg  ' I Extension found in Minn- Ento- " |N THE O RTO NVI L LE INDEPENDENT r. zge, he came to a mologist, will discuss insect I l ned] j zWledge of salvation control in small grain and row i m  _ .z.nimstry of the crops.  ff, a__liL-" mmly in Lodi, Calif. Wayne Berndt, Extension .o t, w  I  '! mediately he sens- about safe handling of Lair yur, nudy 50 of God for the pesticides, stored grain insects 1 IlP"f,,ll 0rtmlvllle memltmlt$ trek l ministry and thus and fumigation, i _,.o.__= IMrl M an Imleptmdlmt i trgpare himselfcoLlege, mm , A 11 ,l  I , Easter Bunny lnlon, ,, n.=,=,... the Lutheran nlinary, Fergus ServicesHela ..._ .-.---  _ ,, ,.,..,, I o.c o Monday for = .o%, ., ,--, i Synodical evan- -- o '" attention to the kickoff cn of the Luther" rberg I :e,o, the event. Supplier of the years; and has L Hamme he evangelistic knnte$ ... hearing ef .... Harry Hantmerberg, age 71, foaturN tlds  me Baptism were held Monday, Feburary 2, W |IKI t$ Pirit in 1962. His 1981 attheElimLutheranChurch advOflMtfl with the taken on greater in Clinton. Rev. Robert Bleeke fo@WM gkgUf h amount of peo- officiated. Mrs. Amela Propp WaS I'OCHl[y d|frilltod tO I aed and bantized was soloist and organist was I - He has aken Mrs. Marilyn Botker. Ilow|papors nail.wide. i around th .... m Pallbearers were BarryHam- i .., |n honor f0r the bliste--" ;''" "--"" merberg, Bradley Hamnrberg, OrtonvNte gemmunity. ,, _.yea ,in er- Loren Bailey, Bruce "F_,atznan, #, 'mlana, lor=__=== AIIyn Dale Stotesber____y and Ho- . . ._,, nre00 gloO . ,.- ourbUS'? \\; /dt00 / 'new ,lie. To were . l I1 v, _..c  \\; o,.,- es /.st 0 _..CCe" / ., ,, S '. . " r,,- 7 _ v--  . , .: .-.,c-.."  Wo."" // " \\; ,'_A. I ','" ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT   \\;  ,. ..,o:. , .. ---.%,2,.,f.., .,,,,,, \\; [i is the wrong tmue to . For Help With I Your Advertnsing Needs -"t had. I Call 839-6163 ' I P ND NT l 9 Stone County Office / Benson, MN "A ONST'UCT,VE N-WSPAPEe IN A L'W COMMUN,TV"- 0ne 612.843.412 '__________________________________________.________.__'