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c-Donais vows told . Jeremy Donais 30, 1998, in St. Park River. an Nilles and Reverend officiated. : couple are Louis D. Pisek, and Don V. Ortonville. was matron of Englerth, Melanie Jelinek, Nicole nkels as brides- Vorachck was flower bonais and Brad Donais with Louis A. Kadlec, John Kadlec, Jesse Kuechle, and Scott Miller as groomsmen. Austin Englerth was ring bearer. Travis Vorachek, Brian Englerth, Karl Anderson and James Beach were ush- ers. A reception, dinner and dance fol- lowed the ceremony at the Park River City Hall, Park River. Andrea works as a school social worker for the Fargo Public Schools. Jeremy is currently studying con- struction management at NDSU. The couple xili reside in Fargo, ND. news , Phone 839-2207 was a guest Sunday Jim Gillman home in and later attended the !acob Arthur Billingmo and overnight guest at Darwin. Feb. 21 st Ernest visited Mr. and Mrs. Milbank. nk of Miibank visited evening, Feb. 19th. daughter Darlene been hospitalized Ruth Van Hale were at Sunday, Feb. 21st Urban Stolpman and Omaha. They picked son Ricky and then "IN. There they saw spital where Mr. while he was in the rest of the week and relatives on the lihrle and her friend visited Lillian afternoon, Feb. mial Club met at Ann 22rid. Ann gave them on homemade machines. afternoon Norvin Ernest and Bliss Gerjets of Marvin and Joan - Lill{an-Ninneman was among many people who attended the benefit dinner for Kathy Wiseman at the Zion Lutheran Church on Sunday, Feb. 21st. Julie Treinen's parents Mr. and Mrs. Rolly Karels of Fergus Falls visited Sunday, Feb. 21st at the home of Paul and Julia Treinen. They celebrate Hannah's 7th birthday. Julie Treinen hosted a baby shower for Stephanie Rausch, infant daughter of Mike and Lonie Rausch, on Saturday, Feb. 20th. Tom and Carol Wood and Carmala and two friends from south Dakota went to a dance in Ipswich, SD Friday, Feb. 19th. They visited with friends as far away as Minneapolis and North Dakota. Jerry and Alma Jorgenson left on Wednesday, Feb. 17th for Loveland, CO and visited their son Jeff and family and also their daughter Nancy and husband Bill Brantz and family at Fort Collins. They returned home Thursday, Feb. 25th. Leona Helgeson of St. Paul spent Friday, Feb. 26th and Saturday, Feb. 27th with her mother Ann Helgeson. High bridge players of the Friday afternoon, Feb. 26th bridge party at the Ortonville Senior Center were Bob Onken and LuVerne Swezey. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. Kenny and Virginia Jensson were Friday evening, Feb. 26th visitors at the Jerry Jorgenson home. Jennifer Parks of Brooklyn Park came to visit her family over the weekend of Feb. 26th. She helped her brother Nathan Roschen celebrate his 12th birthday. David and Tyler Johnson. spent the weekend of Feb. 19th at the Loyal Johnson home. FIRST PLACE in the 65 pound weight class at the Ortonville Wrestling Tournament went to Micah Reiffenberger. Bridal shower for Michelle Wollschlager An open house bridal shower will be held for Michelle Wollschlager, bride-to-be of Chris Redfield, at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, March 6 at St. Peter's Church in Bellingham. Recipe cards are preferred. Everyone welcome. MAYBE THE GROUNDHOG WAS RIGHT! Warmer temperatures last week melted much of the remain- ing snowcover, making for several pretty scenes like this one, taken in Ortonville's Central Park. Inforzato admitted to Southwest State Thomas Inforzato, son of Kyle and Bonnie Inforzato of Ortonville, has been accepted for the Fall 1999 semester at Southwest State University in Marshall. His planned major field of study is undeclared. Letters to the editor Dear Editor: A year from now the Year 2000 phenomenon will have come and gone, and only then will we know the outcome. Will the power go out? Computers crash? Telephone systems go quiet? Probably not, but banks are not making any assumptions. As you're aware, business and government organizations around the country, and the world for that matter, are updating their computer systems in advance of the calendar change on January 1, 2000. I want to assure you that CenBank has been preparing for the millennium change. Our bank's federal and state regulators are closely monitoring our progress. The bank has been working with our business customers and software vendors, and we are near completion with testing of all our systems. Moreover, the FDIC will always protect each and every insured deposit up to $100,000, On a budget with 1999 crop insurance? WHAT'S BEST FOR YOU? See Linda at Schmidt Crop Insurance 320-839-2896 i 'S SPORTING GOODS Due to poor health. Experts rank the financial services industry as Number One on Year 2000 readiness, and the banking industry is expected to spend at least $4 billion getting ready. Obviously, this is a big challenge for every business. But we believe that our early preparations and close monitoring of all associated costs will enable our bank to serve our customers, and without squandering valuable financial resources to get there. ' If you have any questions about the bank's Y2K preparations, or would like to talk to us about any other matter, we stand ready as always to respond. You can feel confident that in the Year 2000, and well beyond for that matter, we expect CenBank will continue to operate as an efficient and profitable provider of financial services. That is our commitment to you and this community. Sincerely, Tom Gronseth, President ve is ready to wheel and deal/ EVERYTHING MUST GO ~ iii! i i i':':":':'l:"'"::: """:' "'"'"F" "!'"" "!ii iii'"""'' ' " ...i" "" '::'" " ":"" ": : ":i iiii.:i !i: i :: :.:.'.::.'.:::'.i.:!!i!!:i::: :::: :i::: ::::::::i:.::.::=': :i:i:i:::::: :" : : .:::i : " ":: :::':':':"':" ":'::???Yi::.: "J:: :.X..:'.i.::::,':':" ":';i!": ::: ...... :::..../ ..... . - . ..:::.:..+ .:::.,......:....: ..........  ....... ;.. : km::..lml:..l::: -Illtli: .... ."&:::: iii ii i Another Option For Bifocal Lens Wearers Need your bifocals, but tired of wearing glasses all the time? Why not try bifocal contacts? * comfortable fit * clear vision * affordable Call today for your appointment and find out if these contacts can work for yOU. Dr. Christopher J. Conroy OPTOMETRIST C 123 NW 2rid Street - Center Mall Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-2608 E Y E" C A RE i i i ii] r i ii I i EXTRA LOW LOAN RATE Marquette can help you make it all possible. Need to make home improvements? Buy a new car? Maybe you just want to organize your debts. Marquette Banks offer a variety of loans because yours is not a one- size-fits-all life. Everything from home equity loans and lines of credit to installment loans, each with unique advantages. What you do is up to you. We'll help you find the best way to do it. Call Marquette or visit us at www.marquette.com. Mmquette Banks 605 862-8163 Big Stone City, SD Tim Gapp 1 *Annual Rate. This to 80% LTV home loans and installment loans not to exceed 60 months. Reqttir3 auto aebil from new or Percentage rate applies equity existing Marquette Bank account. Minimum loan amount $10,000. Available to new loan customers or relinance of existing loans with additional $10,000. For example: monthly o EQUAL  payment o $10,000 auto or home equity loan @ 7.70 '/, APR for 60 months is $201.00. Closing costs apply. All loans are subject to credit approval. t999 Marquette LENDER aaon. Member FOC. III I aZch 2, 1999 ": INDEPENDENT Page 3 c-Donais vows told . Jeremy Donais 30, 1998, in St. Park River. an Nilles and Reverend officiated. : couple are Louis D. Pisek, and Don V. Ortonville. was matron of Englerth, Melanie Jelinek, Nicole nkels as brides- Vorachck was flower bonais and Brad Donais with Louis A. Kadlec, John Kadlec, Jesse Kuechle, and Scott Miller as groomsmen. Austin Englerth was ring bearer. Travis Vorachek, Brian Englerth, Karl Anderson and James Beach were ush- ers. A reception, dinner and dance fol- lowed the ceremony at the Park River City Hall, Park River. Andrea works as a school social worker for the Fargo Public Schools. Jeremy is currently studying con- struction management at NDSU. The couple xili reside in Fargo, ND. news , Phone 839-2207 was a guest Sunday Jim Gillman home in and later attended the !acob Arthur Billingmo and overnight guest at Darwin. Feb. 21 st Ernest visited Mr. and Mrs. Milbank. nk of Miibank visited evening, Feb. 19th. daughter Darlene been hospitalized Ruth Van Hale were at Sunday, Feb. 21st Urban Stolpman and Omaha. They picked son Ricky and then "IN. There they saw spital where Mr. while he was in the rest of the week and relatives on the lihrle and her friend visited Lillian afternoon, Feb. mial Club met at Ann 22rid. Ann gave them on homemade machines. afternoon Norvin Ernest and Bliss Gerjets of Marvin and Joan - Lill{an-Ninneman was among many people who attended the benefit dinner for Kathy Wiseman at the Zion Lutheran Church on Sunday, Feb. 21st. Julie Treinen's parents Mr. and Mrs. Rolly Karels of Fergus Falls visited Sunday, Feb. 21st at the home of Paul and Julia Treinen. They celebrate Hannah's 7th birthday. Julie Treinen hosted a baby shower for Stephanie Rausch, infant daughter of Mike and Lonie Rausch, on Saturday, Feb. 20th. Tom and Carol Wood and Carmala and two friends from south Dakota went to a dance in Ipswich, SD Friday, Feb. 19th. They visited with friends as far away as Minneapolis and North Dakota. Jerry and Alma Jorgenson left on Wednesday, Feb. 17th for Loveland, CO and visited their son Jeff and family and also their daughter Nancy and husband Bill Brantz and family at Fort Collins. They returned home Thursday, Feb. 25th. Leona Helgeson of St. Paul spent Friday, Feb. 26th and Saturday, Feb. 27th with her mother Ann Helgeson. High bridge players of the Friday afternoon, Feb. 26th bridge party at the Ortonville Senior Center were Bob Onken and LuVerne Swezey. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. Kenny and Virginia Jensson were Friday evening, Feb. 26th visitors at the Jerry Jorgenson home. Jennifer Parks of Brooklyn Park came to visit her family over the weekend of Feb. 26th. She helped her brother Nathan Roschen celebrate his 12th birthday. David and Tyler Johnson. spent the weekend of Feb. 19th at the Loyal Johnson home. FIRST PLACE in the 65 pound weight class at the Ortonville Wrestling Tournament went to Micah Reiffenberger. Bridal shower for Michelle Wollschlager An open house bridal shower will be held for Michelle Wollschlager, bride-to-be of Chris Redfield, at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, March 6 at St. Peter's Church in Bellingham. Recipe cards are preferred. Everyone welcome. MAYBE THE GROUNDHOG WAS RIGHT! Warmer temperatures last week melted much of the remain- ing snowcover, making for several pretty scenes like this one, taken in Ortonville's Central Park. Inforzato admitted to Southwest State Thomas Inforzato, son of Kyle and Bonnie Inforzato of Ortonville, has been accepted for the Fall 1999 semester at Southwest State University in Marshall. His planned major field of study is undeclared. Letters to the editor Dear Editor: A year from now the Year 2000 phenomenon will have come and gone, and only then will we know the outcome. Will the power go out? Computers crash? Telephone systems go quiet? Probably not, but banks are not making any assumptions. As you're aware, business and government organizations around the country, and the world for that matter, are updating their computer systems in advance of the calendar change on January 1, 2000. I want to assure you that CenBank has been preparing for the millennium change. Our bank's federal and state regulators are closely monitoring our progress. The bank has been working with our business customers and software vendors, and we are near completion with testing of all our systems. Moreover, the FDIC will always protect each and every insured deposit up to $100,000, On a budget with 1999 crop insurance? WHAT'S BEST FOR YOU? See Linda at Schmidt Crop Insurance 320-839-2896 i 'S SPORTING GOODS Due to poor health. Experts rank the financial services industry as Number One on Year 2000 readiness, and the banking industry is expected to spend at least $4 billion getting ready. Obviously, this is a big challenge for every business. But we believe that our early preparations and close monitoring of all associated costs will enable our bank to serve our customers, and without squandering valuable financial resources to get there. ' If you have any questions about the bank's Y2K preparations, or would like to talk to us about any other matter, we stand ready as always to respond. You can feel confident that in the Year 2000, and well beyond for that matter, we expect CenBank will continue to operate as an efficient and profitable provider of financial services. That is our commitment to you and this community. Sincerely, Tom Gronseth, President ve is ready to wheel and deal/ EVERYTHING MUST GO ~ iii! i i i':':":':'l:"'"::: """:' "'"'"F" "!'"" "!ii iii'"""'' ' " ...i" "" '::'" " ":"" ": : ":i iiii.:i !i: i :: :.:.'.::.'.:::'.i.:!!i!!:i::: :::: :i::: ::::::::i:.::.::=': :i:i:i:::::: :" : : .:::i : " ":: :::':':':"':" ":'::???Yi::.: "J:: :.X..:'.i.::::,':':" ":';i!": ::: ...... :::..../ ..... . - . ..:::.:..+ .:::.,......:....: ..........  ....... ;.. : km::..lml:..l::: -Illtli: .... ."&:::: iii ii i Another Option For Bifocal Lens Wearers Need your bifocals, but tired of wearing glasses all the time? Why not try bifocal contacts? * comfortable fit * clear vision * affordable Call today for your appointment and find out if these contacts can work for yOU. Dr. Christopher J. Conroy OPTOMETRIST C 123 NW 2rid Street - Center Mall Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-2608 E Y E" C A RE i i i ii] r i ii I i EXTRA LOW LOAN RATE Marquette can help you make it all possible. Need to make home improvements? Buy a new car? Maybe you just want to organize your debts. Marquette Banks offer a variety of loans because yours is not a one- size-fits-all life. Everything from home equity loans and lines of credit to installment loans, each with unique advantages. What you do is up to you. We'll help you find the best way to do it. Call Marquette or visit us at www.marquette.com. Mmquette Banks 605 862-8163 Big Stone City, SD Tim Gapp 1 *Annual Rate. This to 80% LTV home loans and installment loans not to exceed 60 months. Reqttir3 auto aebil from new or Percentage rate applies equity existing Marquette Bank account. Minimum loan amount $10,000. Available to new loan customers or relinance of existing loans with additional $10,000. For example: monthly o EQUAL  payment o $10,000 auto or home equity loan @ 7.70 '/, APR for 60 months is $201.00. Closing costs apply. All loans are subject to credit approval. t999 Marquette LENDER aaon. Member FOC. III I aZch 2, 1999 ": INDEPENDENT Page 3