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JOLLY WORKERS held their Jan. Meeting at the Clay House. We planned for the Senior Citizens Party. Also we discussed fruit sale program and discussed the market-beef-weigh-ins to be held On Sunday, Feb. 16 the OJW entertained 20 guests at the annual Valentines Bingo Party above. The Club wishes to thank all the merchants who donated gifts and the senior citizens for time was had by all. After the party the OJW held their Feb. meeting with possible plans we discussed having Ranet Schmeichel attend our March meeting and having her teach the correct CPR procedures. (By Dan Schmeichel, OJW-Club Reporter.) Is Our Business E ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT Rosen news By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Mrs. Julie Henrich visited Mrs. Rose Schuelke at her home in Madison on Wednesday, Feb. 12. Paul Karels who is in the Seminary in Fargo spent President&apos;s Day weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Dave Karels and Chris. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rademacher, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Karels were among relatives that attended the Rademacher reunion at the Jerome Rademacher home in Willmar on Sunday, Feb. 16. John Karels of Fargo spent Feb. 15 weekend at the home of his mother Mrs. Almira Karels. Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg were Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests at the Arnie Kirchberg home at Milbank. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher and family were among Saturday afternoon, Feb. 15 guests at the Joe Radermacher home in honor of their daughter Jenna's Confirmation at St. Michael's Church on Saturday evening. Mrs. Jerry Adelman and her sisters Wilma Schreck of Appleton and Sr. Kate of St. Cloud spent Friday, Feb. 7 till Feb. 14 on a vacation in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Mark Henrich and Mrs. Brad Boxrud and family of Mankato were Friday, Feb. 14 visitors at the home of I Alphonse Schmieg of Big Stone was a Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 18 visitor at the M.J. Kirchberg home. Mrs. Edward Karels returned home Friday, Feb. 14 from a 10 day visit at the home of her brothers and family Lee Pepka in Murrieta, CA and attended the 50th birthday of her brother David. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pillatzki were among guests at the Larry Montag home on Wednesday evening, Feb. 12 for a going away party for their daughter Kristen, who left with the Nat'l Guard of Milbank on Saturday, Feb. 15, 2003. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavelko and family of Worthington were Feb. 15 weekend guests at the home of her parents Bernard Pillatzki. Additional Sunday afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Brendan Van Sambeek and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Montag and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Nelson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pillatzki and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd spent Wednesday, Feb. 12 till Sunday, Feb. 16 at the Martin Millerbernd home in Omaha, NE. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Adelman were Sunday, Feb. 16 dinner and afternoon guests at the Mike Adelman home in Graceville. Rev. Germain Rademacher of Jim Gesswein offers their mother Mrs. Julie Henrich. Redwood Falls was a Sunday FIVE STAR I FEBRUARY 24 t"- MARCH I st TAKE n TEST DRIVE & ?/'e,-..,. REG,STER TO W,N s200 ,N FUEL on .n.m 00irl Ib, I#$ - ",, , > HD 2500 '01 CHEVROLET Silvorado 4x4 4 Full Doors Sports sunroof |S ot '99 DAKOTA CLUB CAB 4X4's VR's loadod Sport &4 V8 Gl'n Platinum SL T Plus 48k mL 'o @ s. "-t,U 4X4,s Bronze SLT 28k mL Red SLT 30k mL afternoon and overnight guest at the Kevin Rademacher home. Additional Sunday afternoon and supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Myron Rademacher of Ortonville and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rademacher. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Patterson of Wall, SD, Angle and Emily Kasuske of Volga, SD, Brenda Schuelke and Mandley Davis of Watertown, Alan Adelman of Montevideo were Feb. 15 weekend guests at the Ray Schuelke home. On Saturday evening they attended Mass and Confirmation at St. Michael's Church in Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke and guests were Sunday. Feb. 16 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Harstad at St. James Church Hall in Nassau in honor of their daughter Tiffiany's Confirmation. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schmieg were Sunday, Feb. 16 visitors at the Pete Shipe home near Omega. Eugene Schmieg who is employed at the Victory Dairy Farm had the misfortune of being attacked by a bull on Monday, Feb. 17. He was taken to Milbank Hospital where he was checked and released. I-te is convalescing at his home with bruises, but feels lucky it wasn't worse. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brehmer were Monday evening, Feb. 17 visitors at the M.J. Kirchberg home. Mr. and Mrs. John Adelman spent Friday, Feb. 14 till Monday, Feb. 17 visiting at the Pat Richter home near Bismarck, ND. St. Anthony and Monica Catholic Aid Council held their meeting at St. Joseph's School on Tuesday evening, Feb. 18, 2003 with Vice Pres. Dennis Rademacher presiding. Field Rep. Mike Bredeck was present to give information of events for the year. A matching grant check for $1000 was presented to Fr. Bob Goblirsch for the Religious Education Program. Plans for a Benevolent Fundraiser for Joey Taylor (Susan Pillatzki) family and committee was appointed. It will be held March 30, 2003. Lunch served by Marlys Pillatzli and Adelaide Kirchberg. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Karels, Blaine and Kayla of Breckenridge, Michael Pribbenow of Wahpeton were Feb. 15 weekend guests at the Kay Karels home. Joey and Kassi Karels of Fargo spent President's Day weekend at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Karels. Happy 50th Big Brother! Love, Uglets i American Heart Association®'y Fighting Heart Disease and Stroke On Being Smoke Free • 27.1 percent of men and 22.2 percent of women age 18 and older are smokers, putting them at increased risk of heart attack, stroke, cancer and other potentially deadly diseases. • Every year 40,000 nonsmokers die from cardiovascular diseases resulting from exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke. Heart!St %,< Briefs For more information, call 1-800-AHA-USA1 or visit www.amencanheart.org 25, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 9 JOLLY WORKERS held their Jan. Meeting at the Clay House. We planned for the Senior Citizens Party. Also we discussed fruit sale program and discussed the market-beef-weigh-ins to be held On Sunday, Feb. 16 the OJW entertained 20 guests at the annual Valentines Bingo Party above. The Club wishes to thank all the merchants who donated gifts and the senior citizens for time was had by all. After the party the OJW held their Feb. meeting with possible plans we discussed having Ranet Schmeichel attend our March meeting and having her teach the correct CPR procedures. (By Dan Schmeichel, OJW-Club Reporter.) Is Our Business E ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT Rosen news By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Mrs. Julie Henrich visited Mrs. Rose Schuelke at her home in Madison on Wednesday, Feb. 12. Paul Karels who is in the Seminary in Fargo spent President's Day weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Dave Karels and Chris. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rademacher, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Karels were among relatives that attended the Rademacher reunion at the Jerome Rademacher home in Willmar on Sunday, Feb. 16. John Karels of Fargo spent Feb. 15 weekend at the home of his mother Mrs. Almira Karels. Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg were Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests at the Arnie Kirchberg home at Milbank. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher and family were among Saturday afternoon, Feb. 15 guests at the Joe Radermacher home in honor of their daughter Jenna's Confirmation at St. Michael's Church on Saturday evening. Mrs. Jerry Adelman and her sisters Wilma Schreck of Appleton and Sr. Kate of St. Cloud spent Friday, Feb. 7 till Feb. 14 on a vacation in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Mark Henrich and Mrs. Brad Boxrud and family of Mankato were Friday, Feb. 14 visitors at the home of I Alphonse Schmieg of Big Stone was a Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 18 visitor at the M.J. Kirchberg home. Mrs. Edward Karels returned home Friday, Feb. 14 from a 10 day visit at the home of her brothers and family Lee Pepka in Murrieta, CA and attended the 50th birthday of her brother David. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pillatzki were among guests at the Larry Montag home on Wednesday evening, Feb. 12 for a going away party for their daughter Kristen, who left with the Nat'l Guard of Milbank on Saturday, Feb. 15, 2003. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavelko and family of Worthington were Feb. 15 weekend guests at the home of her parents Bernard Pillatzki. Additional Sunday afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Brendan Van Sambeek and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Montag and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Nelson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pillatzki and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd spent Wednesday, Feb. 12 till Sunday, Feb. 16 at the Martin Millerbernd home in Omaha, NE. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Adelman were Sunday, Feb. 16 dinner and afternoon guests at the Mike Adelman home in Graceville. Rev. Germain Rademacher of Jim Gesswein offers their mother Mrs. Julie Henrich. Redwood Falls was a Sunday FIVE STAR I FEBRUARY 24 t"- MARCH I st TAKE n TEST DRIVE & ?/'e,-..,. REG,STER TO W,N s200 ,N FUEL on .n.m 00irl Ib, I#$ - ",, , > HD 2500 '01 CHEVROLET Silvorado 4x4 4 Full Doors Sports sunroof |S ot '99 DAKOTA CLUB CAB 4X4's VR's loadod Sport &4 V8 Gl'n Platinum SL T Plus 48k mL 'o @ s. "-t,U 4X4,s Bronze SLT 28k mL Red SLT 30k mL afternoon and overnight guest at the Kevin Rademacher home. Additional Sunday afternoon and supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Myron Rademacher of Ortonville and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rademacher. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Patterson of Wall, SD, Angle and Emily Kasuske of Volga, SD, Brenda Schuelke and Mandley Davis of Watertown, Alan Adelman of Montevideo were Feb. 15 weekend guests at the Ray Schuelke home. On Saturday evening they attended Mass and Confirmation at St. Michael's Church in Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke and guests were Sunday. Feb. 16 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Harstad at St. James Church Hall in Nassau in honor of their daughter Tiffiany's Confirmation. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schmieg were Sunday, Feb. 16 visitors at the Pete Shipe home near Omega. Eugene Schmieg who is employed at the Victory Dairy Farm had the misfortune of being attacked by a bull on Monday, Feb. 17. He was taken to Milbank Hospital where he was checked and released. I-te is convalescing at his home with bruises, but feels lucky it wasn't worse. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brehmer were Monday evening, Feb. 17 visitors at the M.J. Kirchberg home. Mr. and Mrs. John Adelman spent Friday, Feb. 14 till Monday, Feb. 17 visiting at the Pat Richter home near Bismarck, ND. St. Anthony and Monica Catholic Aid Council held their meeting at St. Joseph's School on Tuesday evening, Feb. 18, 2003 with Vice Pres. Dennis Rademacher presiding. Field Rep. Mike Bredeck was present to give information of events for the year. A matching grant check for $1000 was presented to Fr. Bob Goblirsch for the Religious Education Program. Plans for a Benevolent Fundraiser for Joey Taylor (Susan Pillatzki) family and committee was appointed. It will be held March 30, 2003. Lunch served by Marlys Pillatzli and Adelaide Kirchberg. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Karels, Blaine and Kayla of Breckenridge, Michael Pribbenow of Wahpeton were Feb. 15 weekend guests at the Kay Karels home. Joey and Kassi Karels of Fargo spent President's Day weekend at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Karels. Happy 50th Big Brother! Love, Uglets i American Heart Association®'y Fighting Heart Disease and Stroke On Being Smoke Free • 27.1 percent of men and 22.2 percent of women age 18 and older are smokers, putting them at increased risk of heart attack, stroke, cancer and other potentially deadly diseases. • Every year 40,000 nonsmokers die from cardiovascular diseases resulting from exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke. Heart!St %,< Briefs For more information, call 1-800-AHA-USA1 or visit www.amencanheart.org 25, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 9