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Editorial comment I GUEST EDITORIAL... J The C Indt Recognition was noteworthy E00dddi00. (u.s.P.S,,2.,0, (taken from the Grant County Review, Milbank, SD) JAMESD " " In Milbank and northeast South Dakota, it is well factory and that the third generation of their family is I. by t/ late '.,. Gvr P. W D.D. Publisher/Managing known that Valley Queen Cheese Factory has made now on deck. -i IEd note: Fo,ow,ng is one of a seres of art,cles by the late son of an SUZETTE Evangelical minister who moved his family to Odessa from Minneapolis, Editor and Advertising great strides in updating the cheese making process. Rudy and Max began work in the plant while in T living there from 1)31 to 1934. Your're reading his memories of life in a The fact that Valley Queen has continued to expand high school. At that time, the factory was a labor small Minnesota town as written to his granddaughter Elissa Kiskaddon. ARLENE WIESE when other cheese factories have closed, indicates intense seven day a week operation because without The author was born in 1917 in Sleepy Eye and lived in Blue Earth and Office Manager that the management at Valley Queen is keeping refrigeration on the farm and in the plant, the Minneapolis before moving to Odessa. One of hisclassmates in Odessa was Rev. Dr. Ihno Janssen, now retired in Walnut Creek, Cal. Some of the ITHIE LANTIS pace with the changing industry, timetable was set by the milk cows. Aware of how memories are from when the author was a volunteer in mission on the Computer and Compos tion It is not only here that Valley Queen's success hard their fathers had worked and were working, island of Sumatra. Rev. Werner passed away late in the year 2000. story is known. Recently, the National Cheese both Max and Rudy willingly gave up thoughts of ..... EMiLEE Industry awarded its highest honor to Rudy Nef and other careers to prepare in college for keeping the Tales from Odessa... like a gift from heaven. In due season Max Oonzenbach for their contribution to the family business growing. "FOOD AND ITS the other plants matured and we ate ARDIE development and growth of the industry nationwide, What the National Cheese Industry recognized PREPARATION IN THE like there was no tomorrow of the Reporter/Photo( This recognition was not only earned because of Max and Rudy for was not only what they had done PARSONAGE" fruit of the land. Dad always planted Valley Queen's superior product but also because of for their own plant but their establishment of a dairy in those early 1930s days we lived a raspberry patch at each parish. BILL DWYER Rudy and Max, as they are known here, are at the lab at SDSU, Brookings, and the founding of the in complete innocence of any knowl- But this treasure came with a high Pressman forefront of improving and promoting techniques and Midwest Dairy Institute as a training school for highedge OffatVitaminS,intake. highmineralS'sodiumdangerin thef keepprice thetagweedsThe roWSdown.mUstThebecutehOedlittletO BOB SHEROD Pressman constantly upgrading their operation. Just recemly dairymen and an experimental station in dairy diet and many other factors which potato bugs had to be knocked off the they announced construction in the spring of a new production improvement, either promote better health or bring leaves into a tin of kerosene. (1 TIM GRONFELO plant to handle whey protein. This community is indeed indebted to these on an early heart attack or push the always thought this was an inhuman Camera While both men are now retired from active leaders of industry for their vision and the chances old blood pressure above the 200 way of consigning those little insects management of the factory, they remain on the they have taken to maintain a market for our dairy mark. to a premature death- but either they NANCY SCOBUO board of directors and continue to be involved in the farmers and provide nearly 100 jobs for our For us the chief factor in choice of died a sudden death, or we had no Collater planning and activities, residents. The support they have given our food was what was available and potatoes during the winter.) PHIL BLAKE What makes the honor from their peers community health, recreational and education what was cheap. We ate what we The corn must be shucked from Layout especially welcome is the fact that the two partners facilities is also noteworthy, could raise in the garden and what we the stalk and prepared for the pot. could afford to buy in the store, and And so on all through the summer. Tues., Feb. 18, 2003 Vol. are the second generation to be involved in the what was available in the little Kolitz This was different from city folk cul- general store, was a very limited tivating a little garden in their back Continuing the OaTONVlLLE /(("-t'/ff---,: ] selection indeed, yard as a hobby or for a little exer- Publish Ever Of course we never ate in a restau- else. This was a vocation, a full time Orlonville. MN 56276 =,,,,,st,,, .... ] Court report rant. Odessa could not boast of hav- job upon which our lives depended. Periodicals Postage ing a restaurant, though there was a With almost no expendable income I little shack near the railroad track this spelled the difference between where one could get a cup of 5 cof- life and death, between eating or $30.00 per year in Bi Parle, Traverse and (Week of Jan. 28, 2003) fee and little else. There must have going hungry. [ Minnesota, Grant and ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. been a restaurant or two in This was all very well and goodin in South Dakota. $34.00 Tina Kaye Hall, Milbank, SD, GMD Ortonville, but I cannot remember the summer, but September brought counties in Minnesota and Fail Produc Proof In, Fined $50, ever eating in one. Only on our infre- with it the threat of an early frost, All others, $38.00 per year. Surcharge $35, Court Costs $I0, quent trips to Minneapolis did we eat often what was called "a killing Postmaster: Send address Jail/Prison: Stayed t g0 days for 2 yrs. in a cafeteria where one pushed a tray frost." For the space of about three The Ortonville Clark Oliver Hanson, Ortonville, Vie along a selection of amazingly cheap months, we restored to our bodies the Ortonville, Minnesota Harrass Restrain Ord, Fined $50, food. We were people of the land and same minerals we dug up from the NEWEL our roots went deep. dust of the earth, for as the Good RATE Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10, Gardens were planted as soon as Book says we were created from this ALL SUBSCRIP'r A FEBRUARY 1ST DuEl Jail/Prison: 3 days Stayed 90 days for 1 the danger of frost was over. It was same dust from which we sprung. yrs. back breaking work to spade that So in those three months my par- Big Stone, Lee qui Parle. Charlene Kay Karels, Ortonville, gumbo soil. turn it over and then ants worked the old kerosene stove Swllt Counties Speeding 40/30, Fined $40, Surcharge reduce the stubborn clumps into a and even, at times, the hot cook Grant and Roberts February ........... 30.00 August $35, Court Costs $10. smooth even texture. Dad always stove, at a feverish pace in overtime March ................ 27.50 Phyllis Darlene Sherod, Ortonville, wanted to extend the range of his gar- hours. They canned and canned hun- ,ri .................. 25.00 Disorderly Conduct, Fined $200, den each year so each year the work dreds of quart Mason jars of this May ................... 22.50 Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10, load was increased - like the fresh produce, either boiling the ve'g- JulyJUne ................... .................. 20.0017.50 Hebrews in the Land of Bondage etables and then tightly sealing them ALL OTHERS IN MINN. ANDll Jail/Prison: Stayed 10 days for 1 yrs. having to make bricks.without straw, in glass jars. or by putting the jars in February ........... 34.0O August Gary Lee Vangsness, Ortonville, Seed was sown, small cuttings of a large copper boiler and boiling Merch ................ 31.24 xx\\;xxx\x\\xxxx\xx' Disorderly Conduct, Surcharge $35, "seed potatoes" were inserted into them in a deep pit of bubbling water. nt .................. 28.40 October.. May ................... 25.56 " Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 10 shallow holes in the ground, and And then there was what June .................. 22.72 , up u t'n""""n'"n " Ads u=te" Noticed days for 1 yrs. though the god of the harvest, Ceres, euphemistically was termed the "root July ................... ,0.88 was not invoked, all hoped and cellar" deep in the bowels of the dirt ALL AREA OUTSIDE MN HIGHWAY PATROL prayed for a good growing season floor cellar. Here went the root veg- AND SO. DAK. y 9x Marva Jean Mehlhaff, Brooklyn Park, with enough unpredictable rain to see etables like potatoes, rutabagas, February ........... 3800 AugUSt March ................ 34.87 ou're Reading This One Aren't You_/ Speeding 73/55, Fined $55, Surcharge us through the hot and short growing onions andmany underthe surface of ,nn .................. 31.70 October,, \\;xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' $35, Court Costs $15. season, the ground vitamin and mineral filled May ................... 28.53 The lettuce came up early and it gifts from the soil. Many of these sur- June .................. 25.36 Jason Lee Sorenson, Eagan, Speeding was good to have something green wived in edible condition well into July ................... 22.19 73/55, Failure to Appear, DL Suspended. and fresh in our diet. Cheeb was the spring. "PUBLISHER'S Jennifer Rose Hooser, Ortonville, strong on using sour cream with (continued next week) The Publisher shall not be ............ i   changes or typographical e 1 t Z 3 6  ! i'O IT ' 2-- Speeding 81/55, Fined $95, Surcharge many dishes and this lettuce tasted ............... .......... not lessen the value of an ac -'--J--  I $35, Court Costs $15. lin..=.. i ...un .- ni i i The Publisher's liability for ol 1'3 I -- -- " -- -- Peter John Carlson, Minnetrista, omissions in connec!!on.,v __ Speeding 74/55/Fail to Display Curr. J.nm===Ji,..=  ,,i ,, i ,., = i tisementisstrictlytimiteatoF __ Costs $30. BIJY'..EIL the advertisement. DEADLINES BIG STONE CO. SHERIFF Church notes - Saturday mail 22 -- Z3  ; Ronald Dean Hage, Ortonville, Display ads- Friday mail , Speeding 65/55, Fined $40, Surcharge '!! " Correspondence- Monday __ ! 37 8 n Pictures - 5 p.m. Friday Trista Kate Kleindl, Graceville, Classified ads- Friday noon 29 30 31   Consumption/Non-Driver, Fined $200, (Any ad brought in later will I Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10, I,m  Serving N.E. South Dakota telassitY')oFFICEHOURS 39    Jail/Prison: Stayed 3 days for 1 yrs.  and Western Minnesota for 16 years A Monday: 8 AM-5 PM Scott Allan Deutch, Sisseton, SD, A Tuesday: 8 AM-5 PM --   A Wednesday: 8 AM-12 41 43 ! . Speeding 65/55, Fined $40, Surcharge Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Hospital. a Thursday: 8 AM-12 i $35, Court Costs $]0. A Friday: 8AM-5 PM iK-- ---- Call Lori Larson at 320-839-2502 for an appointment, affect office i ! ]'-" iill i. . Jessica Louise Hiedman, Beardsley,Pioneerland Fined $40, System i3  Speeding 65/55, Surcharge 50    ,1-  " $35, Court Costs $10. Letters to the editor 49 munity issues are Alan E. Wurtz, Loola, SD, Speeding writers should be ;gn!li - i 40/30, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court _ __ Costs $15. __ Lnbrary board meet The Library iii Board will meet on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2003, 7:30 p.m., at the Lakeside .. MkllJ.Yemt, M.D. ON CALL 24 HOURS A DAY Independent reserves the and/or condense letters for paper also reserves the right 56 57 (605) 882-2630 lish letters that are unsuitable/ or 1-800-658-4763 it might be held legally "-"-'  Letters should 62 Mallard Pointe printed or typed name, _._.___ Business Park address and tote 65 W =tertown SD Addresses and telephone Auditorium, 502 Second Street SW, not be published.    Letter writers are asked Clues ACROSS Clues DOWN 31. Rotational speed Willmar. selves to one letter Ier 1. Commotion 1. Domestic cat 33. Viper keep letter brief, ,, words, and to the point. 4. Bestow a privilege 2. Paddle 34. Atmosphere AD vs. NEWS g. Foretell 3. Wild Asian dog 36. Protects from ONCE AGAIN... The Ortonville 13. Express pleasure 4. The central bank of weather MANY THANKS determining what is 14. Instrumentality the US 37. Annoy constantly DENTAL CARE FOR THE FAHILY PET is news is sed on one 15. Clay product 5. Square measures 38. Some Recent new and renewal sub- g If an individual zation charges for 16. Ridge over the eye 6. Containing the 43. Ardently scribcrs to The Independent liome care (brushing the teeth) is THE most important part of for an item or for a service 17. Fabnc of jeans element V 46. Fed which we gratefully acknowledge successful dental care. Brushing your pet's teeth is easy and doesn't sidered advertising. In 18. Rectangular pier 7. Leave out 48. Deteriorate with thanks for your loyalty: take a lot of time. Your veterinarian and veterinary technician will we charge." Advertising is the 20. Posed 8. Outer edge 49. Russian country assist you in" )aper. Without it a 22. Gives 10. Perfidious house Myron Chrlstopherson cease to exist. The 25. Tap 11. Illustrative craft 50. Bodies of water Virgil Mortenson the initial training process ] receives for subscri 27. Rapid bustling 12. Establish by law 52. Cavalry sword Jeff Klages proper use of dental products  paper sales is used to pay movement 19. Not divisible by two 53. Lower in esteem James Klages paper used in producing 28. Monetary unit of 21. Reordered ani 54. Jaguarundi Jerald Klages follow up evaluations no longer does so because t Albania 23. Lipshaped 55. Venice beach David Kiages dental examination increases. It still covers and a small portion of the 29. Resident of Belgrade 24. Individual 57. To be unwell ,lane Margaret Caple brushing the teeth Advertising to a .... crops and livestock to 32. S. China seaport 25. Buoyancy 58. Cauliflower, for one Ainars Sills chew toys products to the grocer; 35. Bone of the forearm 26. Hawaiian guitar 59. Long period of time Vivian Sennot ,,,a,t 39. Referees 29. Dine 61. Sink in Art Anderson food designed to clean teeth and and plows and tractors to 1 40. Language of Padua 30. Large Australan Robert Wennblom professional scaling and polishing dealer, Without any of 41. Cougar flightless bird Glenn Kueehenmeister business 42. Classical music for Bill Seilin We want you to be successful in caring for your pet's teeth! ness. ADS: the stage Brad Sellin # FREE DENTAL SCREENINGS-: lh',,I We reserve the ri 44. Tense Darwood Seilin advertising wk'hout 45, Bronze  o  , , k . - o- --5- Rod & Ju|ie Morris I' Tuesday and ,,,=u ou,y"'-'ne "'-'' --or-in-s,,,,s I our de,ion - = \\; ,o...,.,j ,o,,c,,s 47. "My __ Sar' s o  o , C T 3- - - Amanda Giossi Receive a complimentary gift at each screening. Drop'ins welcomel A News: Our goal is tc .w.ou i i:iii i __ 54. Moray, for one v s o   o Robert Kiide Complete Veterinary Services  Edorials: Opinion., page, whether locally 58. Hawk's nest S- Inez Larson .    R R. Lentz, DVM  from other sources 0s 60. Swedish rock group -- Viola Mehihop - [lY/] J A Sousa, DVM late thinking and di 62. GO quickly  Joye Ninneman P I',. ' ' sv57W2 t i@ll readers. Opinions e i i !:! I Frances Beaehem W:'--'C[i--  1 tot are hat own end = 63. Earl's jurisdiction  Schmidt's Landing .i P.S. Heinje, DVM i !! ! , 64. The winged goddess ill Gayle Gregory 00;00Vetert00ary liL th expressed in tlems from of the dawn -6- H.J. Parker tions may be contrt own views, but are 65. Used when listing i v Delton Sorenson P"Iic 605-4 2"9 01 oral interest. items I" o Tom Pauli Phone 320-83 66. A synthetic fabric silklike t^" o  -6- Gerhardt Wittnebel I ,00e00,te to .,*,_to t0000_te ""'.,,,.0 .'o..." 67. Exhort -- Gary Beachem ., I  ,   i, 1;(i   , 'lil   1[ t Ortonville Inde Page 4  INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Feb, Editorial comment I GUEST EDITORIAL... J The C Indt Recognition was noteworthy E00dddi00. (u.s.P.S,,2.,0, (taken from the Grant County Review, Milbank, SD) JAMESD " " In Milbank and northeast South Dakota, it is well factory and that the third generation of their family is I. by t/ late '.,. Gvr P. W D.D. Publisher/Managing known that Valley Queen Cheese Factory has made now on deck. -i IEd note: Fo,ow,ng is one of a seres of art,cles by the late son of an SUZETTE Evangelical minister who moved his family to Odessa from Minneapolis, Editor and Advertising great strides in updating the cheese making process. Rudy and Max began work in the plant while in T living there from 1)31 to 1934. Your're reading his memories of life in a The fact that Valley Queen has continued to expand high school. At that time, the factory was a labor small Minnesota town as written to his granddaughter Elissa Kiskaddon. ARLENE WIESE when other cheese factories have closed, indicates intense seven day a week operation because without The author was born in 1917 in Sleepy Eye and lived in Blue Earth and Office Manager that the management at Valley Queen is keeping refrigeration on the farm and in the plant, the Minneapolis before moving to Odessa. One of hisclassmates in Odessa was Rev. Dr. Ihno Janssen, now retired in Walnut Creek, Cal. Some of the ITHIE LANTIS pace with the changing industry, timetable was set by the milk cows. Aware of how memories are from when the author was a volunteer in mission on the Computer and Compos tion It is not only here that Valley Queen's success hard their fathers had worked and were working, island of Sumatra. Rev. Werner passed away late in the year 2000. story is known. Recently, the National Cheese both Max and Rudy willingly gave up thoughts of ..... EMiLEE Industry awarded its highest honor to Rudy Nef and other careers to prepare in college for keeping the Tales from Odessa... like a gift from heaven. In due season Max Oonzenbach for their contribution to the family business growing. "FOOD AND ITS the other plants matured and we ate ARDIE development and growth of the industry nationwide, What the National Cheese Industry recognized PREPARATION IN THE like there was no tomorrow of the Reporter/Photo( This recognition was not only earned because of Max and Rudy for was not only what they had done PARSONAGE" fruit of the land. Dad always planted Valley Queen's superior product but also because of for their own plant but their establishment of a dairy in those early 1930s days we lived a raspberry patch at each parish. BILL DWYER Rudy and Max, as they are known here, are at the lab at SDSU, Brookings, and the founding of the in complete innocence of any knowl- But this treasure came with a high Pressman forefront of improving and promoting techniques and Midwest Dairy Institute as a training school for highedge OffatVitaminS,intake. highmineralS'sodiumdangerin thef keepprice thetagweedsThe roWSdown.mUstThebecutehOedlittletO BOB SHEROD Pressman constantly upgrading their operation. Just recemly dairymen and an experimental station in dairy diet and many other factors which potato bugs had to be knocked off the they announced construction in the spring of a new production improvement, either promote better health or bring leaves into a tin of kerosene. (1 TIM GRONFELO plant to handle whey protein. This community is indeed indebted to these on an early heart attack or push the always thought this was an inhuman Camera While both men are now retired from active leaders of industry for their vision and the chances old blood pressure above the 200 way of consigning those little insects management of the factory, they remain on the they have taken to maintain a market for our dairy mark. to a premature death- but either they NANCY SCOBUO board of directors and continue to be involved in the farmers and provide nearly 100 jobs for our For us the chief factor in choice of died a sudden death, or we had no Collater planning and activities, residents. The support they have given our food was what was available and potatoes during the winter.) PHIL BLAKE What makes the honor from their peers community health, recreational and education what was cheap. We ate what we The corn must be shucked from Layout especially welcome is the fact that the two partners facilities is also noteworthy, could raise in the garden and what we the stalk and prepared for the pot. could afford to buy in the store, and And so on all through the summer. Tues., Feb. 18, 2003 Vol. are the second generation to be involved in the what was available in the little Kolitz This was different from city folk cul- general store, was a very limited tivating a little garden in their back Continuing the OaTONVlLLE /(("-t'/ff---,: ] selection indeed, yard as a hobby or for a little exer- Publish Ever Of course we never ate in a restau- else. This was a vocation, a full time Orlonville. MN 56276 =,,,,,st,,, .... ] Court report rant. Odessa could not boast of hav- job upon which our lives depended. Periodicals Postage ing a restaurant, though there was a With almost no expendable income I little shack near the railroad track this spelled the difference between where one could get a cup of 5 cof- life and death, between eating or $30.00 per year in Bi Parle, Traverse and (Week of Jan. 28, 2003) fee and little else. There must have going hungry. [ Minnesota, Grant and ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. been a restaurant or two in This was all very well and goodin in South Dakota. $34.00 Tina Kaye Hall, Milbank, SD, GMD Ortonville, but I cannot remember the summer, but September brought counties in Minnesota and Fail Produc Proof In, Fined $50, ever eating in one. Only on our infre- with it the threat of an early frost, All others, $38.00 per year. Surcharge $35, Court Costs $I0, quent trips to Minneapolis did we eat often what was called "a killing Postmaster: Send address Jail/Prison: Stayed t g0 days for 2 yrs. in a cafeteria where one pushed a tray frost." For the space of about three The Ortonville Clark Oliver Hanson, Ortonville, Vie along a selection of amazingly cheap months, we restored to our bodies the Ortonville, Minnesota Harrass Restrain Ord, Fined $50, food. We were people of the land and same minerals we dug up from the NEWEL our roots went deep. dust of the earth, for as the Good RATE Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10, Gardens were planted as soon as Book says we were created from this ALL SUBSCRIP'r A FEBRUARY 1ST DuEl Jail/Prison: 3 days Stayed 90 days for 1 the danger of frost was over. It was same dust from which we sprung. yrs. back breaking work to spade that So in those three months my par- Big Stone, Lee qui Parle. Charlene Kay Karels, Ortonville, gumbo soil. turn it over and then ants worked the old kerosene stove Swllt Counties Speeding 40/30, Fined $40, Surcharge reduce the stubborn clumps into a and even, at times, the hot cook Grant and Roberts February ........... 30.00 August $35, Court Costs $10. smooth even texture. Dad always stove, at a feverish pace in overtime March ................ 27.50 Phyllis Darlene Sherod, Ortonville, wanted to extend the range of his gar- hours. They canned and canned hun- ,ri .................. 25.00 Disorderly Conduct, Fined $200, den each year so each year the work dreds of quart Mason jars of this May ................... 22.50 Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10, load was increased - like the fresh produce, either boiling the ve'g- JulyJUne ................... .................. 20.0017.50 Hebrews in the Land of Bondage etables and then tightly sealing them ALL OTHERS IN MINN. ANDll Jail/Prison: Stayed 10 days for 1 yrs. having to make bricks.without straw, in glass jars. or by putting the jars in February ........... 34.0O August Gary Lee Vangsness, Ortonville, Seed was sown, small cuttings of a large copper boiler and boiling Merch ................ 31.24 xx\\;xxx\x\\xxxx\xx' Disorderly Conduct, Surcharge $35, "seed potatoes" were inserted into them in a deep pit of bubbling water. nt .................. 28.40 October.. May ................... 25.56 " Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 10 shallow holes in the ground, and And then there was what June .................. 22.72 , up u t'n""""n'"n " Ads u=te" Noticed days for 1 yrs. though the god of the harvest, Ceres, euphemistically was termed the "root July ................... ,0.88 was not invoked, all hoped and cellar" deep in the bowels of the dirt ALL AREA OUTSIDE MN HIGHWAY PATROL prayed for a good growing season floor cellar. Here went the root veg- AND SO. DAK. y 9x Marva Jean Mehlhaff, Brooklyn Park, with enough unpredictable rain to see etables like potatoes, rutabagas, February ........... 3800 AugUSt March ................ 34.87 ou're Reading This One Aren't You_/ Speeding 73/55, Fined $55, Surcharge us through the hot and short growing onions andmany underthe surface of ,nn .................. 31.70 October,, \\;xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' $35, Court Costs $15. season, the ground vitamin and mineral filled May ................... 28.53 The lettuce came up early and it gifts from the soil. Many of these sur- June .................. 25.36 Jason Lee Sorenson, Eagan, Speeding was good to have something green wived in edible condition well into July ................... 22.19 73/55, Failure to Appear, DL Suspended. and fresh in our diet. Cheeb was the spring. "PUBLISHER'S Jennifer Rose Hooser, Ortonville, strong on using sour cream with (continued next week) The Publisher shall not be ............ i   changes or typographical e 1 t Z 3 6  ! i'O IT ' 2-- Speeding 81/55, Fined $95, Surcharge many dishes and this lettuce tasted ............... .......... not lessen the value of an ac -'--J--  I $35, Court Costs $15. lin..=.. i ...un .- ni i i The Publisher's liability for ol 1'3 I -- -- " -- -- Peter John Carlson, Minnetrista, omissions in connec!!on.,v __ Speeding 74/55/Fail to Display Curr. J.nm===Ji,..=  ,,i ,, i ,., = i tisementisstrictlytimiteatoF __ Costs $30. BIJY'..EIL the advertisement. DEADLINES BIG STONE CO. SHERIFF Church notes - Saturday mail 22 -- Z3  ; Ronald Dean Hage, Ortonville, Display ads- Friday mail , Speeding 65/55, Fined $40, Surcharge '!! " Correspondence- Monday __ ! 37 8 n Pictures - 5 p.m. Friday Trista Kate Kleindl, Graceville, Classified ads- Friday noon 29 30 31   Consumption/Non-Driver, Fined $200, (Any ad brought in later will I Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10, I,m  Serving N.E. South Dakota telassitY')oFFICEHOURS 39    Jail/Prison: Stayed 3 days for 1 yrs.  and Western Minnesota for 16 years A Monday: 8 AM-5 PM Scott Allan Deutch, Sisseton, SD, A Tuesday: 8 AM-5 PM --   A Wednesday: 8 AM-12 41 43 ! . Speeding 65/55, Fined $40, Surcharge Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Hospital. a Thursday: 8 AM-12 i $35, Court Costs $]0. A Friday: 8AM-5 PM iK-- ---- Call Lori Larson at 320-839-2502 for an appointment, affect office i ! ]'-" iill i. . Jessica Louise Hiedman, Beardsley,Pioneerland Fined $40, System i3  Speeding 65/55, Surcharge 50    ,1-  " $35, Court Costs $10. Letters to the editor 49 munity issues are Alan E. Wurtz, Loola, SD, Speeding writers should be ;gn!li - i 40/30, Fined $35, Surcharge $35, Court _ __ Costs $15. __ Lnbrary board meet The Library iii Board will meet on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2003, 7:30 p.m., at the Lakeside .. MkllJ.Yemt, M.D. ON CALL 24 HOURS A DAY Independent reserves the and/or condense letters for paper also reserves the right 56 57 (605) 882-2630 lish letters that are unsuitable/ or 1-800-658-4763 it might be held legally "-"-'  Letters should 62 Mallard Pointe printed or typed name, _._.___ Business Park address and tote 65 W =tertown SD Addresses and telephone Auditorium, 502 Second Street SW, not be published.    Letter writers are asked Clues ACROSS Clues DOWN 31. Rotational speed Willmar. selves to one letter Ier 1. Commotion 1. Domestic cat 33. Viper keep letter brief, ,, words, and to the point. 4. Bestow a privilege 2. Paddle 34. Atmosphere AD vs. NEWS g. Foretell 3. Wild Asian dog 36. Protects from ONCE AGAIN... The Ortonville 13. Express pleasure 4. The central bank of weather MANY THANKS determining what is 14. Instrumentality the US 37. Annoy constantly DENTAL CARE FOR THE FAHILY PET is news is sed on one 15. Clay product 5. Square measures 38. Some Recent new and renewal sub- g If an individual zation charges for 16. Ridge over the eye 6. Containing the 43. Ardently scribcrs to The Independent liome care (brushing the teeth) is THE most important part of for an item or for a service 17. Fabnc of jeans element V 46. Fed which we gratefully acknowledge successful dental care. Brushing your pet's teeth is easy and doesn't sidered advertising. In 18. Rectangular pier 7. Leave out 48. Deteriorate with thanks for your loyalty: take a lot of time. Your veterinarian and veterinary technician will we charge." Advertising is the 20. Posed 8. Outer edge 49. Russian country assist you in" )aper. Without it a 22. Gives 10. Perfidious house Myron Chrlstopherson cease to exist. The 25. Tap 11. Illustrative craft 50. Bodies of water Virgil Mortenson the initial training process ] receives for subscri 27. Rapid bustling 12. Establish by law 52. Cavalry sword Jeff Klages proper use of dental products  paper sales is used to pay movement 19. Not divisible by two 53. Lower in esteem James Klages paper used in producing 28. Monetary unit of 21. Reordered ani 54. Jaguarundi Jerald Klages follow up evaluations no longer does so because t Albania 23. Lipshaped 55. Venice beach David Kiages dental examination increases. It still covers and a small portion of the 29. Resident of Belgrade 24. Individual 57. To be unwell ,lane Margaret Caple brushing the teeth Advertising to a .... crops and livestock to 32. S. China seaport 25. Buoyancy 58. Cauliflower, for one Ainars Sills chew toys products to the grocer; 35. Bone of the forearm 26. Hawaiian guitar 59. Long period of time Vivian Sennot ,,,a,t 39. Referees 29. Dine 61. Sink in Art Anderson food designed to clean teeth and and plows and tractors to 1 40. Language of Padua 30. Large Australan Robert Wennblom professional scaling and polishing dealer, Without any of 41. Cougar flightless bird Glenn Kueehenmeister business 42. Classical music for Bill Seilin We want you to be successful in caring for your pet's teeth! ness. ADS: the stage Brad Sellin # FREE DENTAL SCREENINGS-: lh',,I We reserve the ri 44. Tense Darwood Seilin advertising wk'hout 45, Bronze  o  , , k . - o- --5- Rod & Ju|ie Morris I' Tuesday and ,,,=u ou,y"'-'ne "'-'' --or-in-s,,,,s I our de,ion - = \\; ,o...,.,j ,o,,c,,s 47. "My __ Sar' s o  o , C T 3- - - Amanda Giossi Receive a complimentary gift at each screening. Drop'ins welcomel A News: Our goal is tc .w.ou i i:iii i __ 54. Moray, for one v s o   o Robert Kiide Complete Veterinary Services  Edorials: Opinion., page, whether locally 58. Hawk's nest S- Inez Larson .    R R. Lentz, DVM  from other sources 0s 60. Swedish rock group -- Viola Mehihop - [lY/] J A Sousa, DVM late thinking and di 62. GO quickly  Joye Ninneman P I',. ' ' sv57W2 t i@ll readers. Opinions e i i !:! I Frances Beaehem W:'--'C[i--  1 tot are hat own end = 63. Earl's jurisdiction  Schmidt's Landing .i P.S. Heinje, DVM i !! ! , 64. The winged goddess ill Gayle Gregory 00;00Vetert00ary liL th expressed in tlems from of the dawn -6- H.J. Parker tions may be contrt own views, but are 65. Used when listing i v Delton Sorenson P"Iic 605-4 2"9 01 oral interest. items I" o Tom Pauli Phone 320-83 66. A synthetic fabric silklike t^" o  -6- Gerhardt Wittnebel I ,00e00,te to .,*,_to t0000_te ""'.,,,.0 .'o..." 67. Exhort -- Gary Beachem ., I  ,   i, 1;(i   , 'lil   1[ t Ortonville Inde Page 4  INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Feb,