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i Barnhardt awarded Good old days in the Ortonville area presentat,on IIIII I I I scholarship BACK IN THE EARLY 1920s, this is how Ortonville&apos;s main street looked, in photo submitted this week by Mrs. Richard (Gloria) Sandberg of OrtonvUle. Note the tree growing at right. You are looking north. 10 YEARS AGO March 8, 1989 Deer reflectors on Highway 75 and 7 between Ortonville and Odessa were cleaned up by members of the Odessa Jolly Workers 4-H Club. OHS Business and Technology courses were selected for Program of Excellence. Atty. Ron Frauenshuh video taped the City Council meeting Monday night and they will be available for pub- lic viewing. The council unani- mously passed Jim Strong's recommendation to hire Paul Tinklenberg of Willmar for the golf superintendent position. Marjorie Watson was salut- ed in this issue by the Ortonville Area Health Services. The Bellingham, Nassau, Marietta basketball team was honored for second place in District 11. The first weekend in March dumped about a foot of snow in the area. 25 YEARS AGO Feb. 27, 1974 Naomi Gerhardt has been named Teacher of the Year by the Ortonville Teachers' Assn. Alene Chumess is the win- ner of the 4-H District speak- ing contest. Jack Kelly has retired after serving 26 years as mail carrier in Ortonville. A new 4-H club, "The Eager Beavers" has been orga- nized in the Ortonville area. Leaders for the club are Mrs. Gene Homan and Mrs. Jack Witte. Know your teacher series featured James Thompson and Terry Halverson. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Christensen of Odessa at the Ortonville Hospital. 50 YEARS AGO March 17, 1949 Dale George has been named to take the place of Earl Wendling as commander of the VFW Post 3964. The undefeated Dawson cagers were named the cham- pions of the district basketball tournament Friday evening at Granite Falls as they defeated Appleton by a score of 33-27. Elda Stelter of Echo has purchased the Jeanne Beauty Shop from Hildegarde Huizenga Olson. The St. Joseph Church at Rosen has finished its repair and will have their first service in the church since August of 1948. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schwarze of Big Stone City, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ulrich of Big Stone City, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alberts of Ortonville, a boy to DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The Ortonville Independent Mr. and Mrs. Winton Lindman of Ortonville, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Holmquist of Ortonville and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Delvin Schuler of Wilmot. 70 YEARS AGO Feb. 28, 1929 Agnes Hamberg and Keith Morrill were united in mar- riage at the M.E. parsonage in Milbank. The young men of the Teachers' Training Dept. of Ortonville will complete their practice teaching this week. Miss Lida Leslie and Miss Rothwell have been supervis- ing their work. A sketch of the new pro- posed Graceville High School was included in this issue. The Boyd basketball play- ers have worked their way to the district championship. Tamara Barnhardt of Big Stone City has been awarded three scholarships for the 1998-99 academic year at Presentation College in Aberdeen. These scholarships include the Dennis A. Brown Memorial Scholarship, Hattersheidt Scholarship, VFW- Gertje-Post Scholarship. Scholarships are awarded based on financial need, scholastic ability, and other criteria. Barnhardt is studying nursing at Presentation Colleg graduate of Ortonville and is the dau Marilyn Barnhardt I Markets No. 1 Wheat ............ Soybeans .................. Corn .......................... March 2 No. 1 Wheat Soy Corn ......................... A OIL SALE 15W-40 Hydraulic. Transmission Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Oil & Wet Brake Fluid 375, 7S SLIP IN FOR SAVIN During our Country Heritage Days sale, you'll find our best prices of the year on premium quality Cenex oil and lubricant products. With each purchase of barrel of oil, your name will go into a drawing, the winner to be awarded a scale model 1934 Allis Chalmers model tractor, Limited Edition. Don't delay...this once-a-year sale ends March 31. 1/16th with qualifying Open house March 13th for newlyweds, Shane Neros ....... Robert and Nancy Amberg, Big Stone City, SD and Lance and Sharon Neros, Enderland, ND, announce the marriage of their children, Monica and Shane. Both Monica and Shane are employed at Primewood, Wahpeton, ND. The couple is home at 611 4th St. S., Breckenridge. An open house reception will be held on Saturday, March 13th, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Big Stone American Legion. All friends and relatives are wel- come to attend. Food Shelf pickup March 13 by St. John's St. John's Catholic Church Youth will be collecting food for the Big Stone County Food Shelf on Saturday, March 13 beginning about 10 a.m. Please have your donations by your front door. UMRV board meet St. Joseph's Youth will be The Upper Minnesota River collecting food in the Rosen and Community-Based Planning Joint Belligham area on Saturday, March Powers Board Meeting will be held 13th beginning at 2 p.m. These Tuesday, March 23, 1999 at the donations will go to the Lac qui Parle Appleton Civic Center, to begin at 7 Food Shelf. Thanks for your generosity, p.m. Expectant parent classes March 20th .Countryside Public Health will be offering a one day prenatal class on March 20th from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. This class will be held at the Countryside office and there is no fee for this class. Included in this class will be topics on nutrition, anatomy, labor and delivery, relaxation and breathing techniques, and child care information. For more information please call Countryside Public Health at 320- 839-6135. Please register by March 15. Farmers Ortonville, MN Russ Crawford, mmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmm Starting: ,,. March 1"   Must present coupons for discount. "l !:i t j i I :!L - (Credit slips may not be I used on c,earance merchandise.) mmmmmmmmmm CAN YOU USE .';35,000 * , '" ........ e I Find out today abel oar low lateralS, low imysleat iotas to pay bills..e home I <" OEI S m improvemeats or for lay puole with so apprahal required. Take advantage of these, M,o. FI N E WOMEN'S APPAREL m --,.,,o- prolFmm by tlling the mortllalle professioaah at ONELOAN today! l "  om,n N l,ain Street. Ortonville, MN. 320-839-2495 ca, I,SOO,ONELOANNo,; coumff00 ..... , ...... .,,,,, 1"800"663"5626 (30 wjJlrtjkotM(xtr, 9 : - Good March 1-6, 1999 ORTHOPAEDIC  " " i " "  ,_ iii '  "11" Take an Addmtmonal Take an Addmt, NORTHEAST ........ CENTER , ; Serving N.E. South Dakota and Western Minnesota for 13 years "/o Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Hospital. COUPON i/ T, rry L Smx.!, M.D. I Call Lori Larson at 1-320-839-2502 for an appointment. WE NOW ACCEPT MEDICARE ASSIGNMENT 160S) 88Z- or 1-800-658-4763 Mallard Pointe Business Park Watertown, SD /ml J, Ver/U. bmml. Kdfdmk, M.D. : New Spring Already Clearance Priced Merchandise, Only at Lori B's, Ortonville, hl l Only at Lori B's, Ortonville,/q I LORI l'g# ,bORi VSx m IOR! l'gJ' 'r, Page 6 INDEPENDENT Tuesday, i Barnhardt awarded Good old days in the Ortonville area presentat,on IIIII I I I scholarship BACK IN THE EARLY 1920s, this is how Ortonville's main street looked, in photo submitted this week by Mrs. Richard (Gloria) Sandberg of OrtonvUle. Note the tree growing at right. You are looking north. 10 YEARS AGO March 8, 1989 Deer reflectors on Highway 75 and 7 between Ortonville and Odessa were cleaned up by members of the Odessa Jolly Workers 4-H Club. OHS Business and Technology courses were selected for Program of Excellence. Atty. Ron Frauenshuh video taped the City Council meeting Monday night and they will be available for pub- lic viewing. The council unani- mously passed Jim Strong's recommendation to hire Paul Tinklenberg of Willmar for the golf superintendent position. Marjorie Watson was salut- ed in this issue by the Ortonville Area Health Services. The Bellingham, Nassau, Marietta basketball team was honored for second place in District 11. The first weekend in March dumped about a foot of snow in the area. 25 YEARS AGO Feb. 27, 1974 Naomi Gerhardt has been named Teacher of the Year by the Ortonville Teachers' Assn. Alene Chumess is the win- ner of the 4-H District speak- ing contest. Jack Kelly has retired after serving 26 years as mail carrier in Ortonville. A new 4-H club, "The Eager Beavers" has been orga- nized in the Ortonville area. Leaders for the club are Mrs. Gene Homan and Mrs. Jack Witte. Know your teacher series featured James Thompson and Terry Halverson. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Christensen of Odessa at the Ortonville Hospital. 50 YEARS AGO March 17, 1949 Dale George has been named to take the place of Earl Wendling as commander of the VFW Post 3964. The undefeated Dawson cagers were named the cham- pions of the district basketball tournament Friday evening at Granite Falls as they defeated Appleton by a score of 33-27. Elda Stelter of Echo has purchased the Jeanne Beauty Shop from Hildegarde Huizenga Olson. The St. Joseph Church at Rosen has finished its repair and will have their first service in the church since August of 1948. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schwarze of Big Stone City, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ulrich of Big Stone City, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alberts of Ortonville, a boy to DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The Ortonville Independent Mr. and Mrs. Winton Lindman of Ortonville, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Holmquist of Ortonville and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Delvin Schuler of Wilmot. 70 YEARS AGO Feb. 28, 1929 Agnes Hamberg and Keith Morrill were united in mar- riage at the M.E. parsonage in Milbank. The young men of the Teachers' Training Dept. of Ortonville will complete their practice teaching this week. Miss Lida Leslie and Miss Rothwell have been supervis- ing their work. A sketch of the new pro- posed Graceville High School was included in this issue. The Boyd basketball play- ers have worked their way to the district championship. Tamara Barnhardt of Big Stone City has been awarded three scholarships for the 1998-99 academic year at Presentation College in Aberdeen. These scholarships include the Dennis A. Brown Memorial Scholarship, Hattersheidt Scholarship, VFW- Gertje-Post Scholarship. Scholarships are awarded based on financial need, scholastic ability, and other criteria. Barnhardt is studying nursing at Presentation Colleg graduate of Ortonville and is the dau Marilyn Barnhardt I Markets No. 1 Wheat ............ Soybeans .................. Corn .......................... March 2 No. 1 Wheat Soy Corn ......................... A OIL SALE 15W-40 Hydraulic. Transmission Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Oil & Wet Brake Fluid 375, 7S SLIP IN FOR SAVIN During our Country Heritage Days sale, you'll find our best prices of the year on premium quality Cenex oil and lubricant products. With each purchase of barrel of oil, your name will go into a drawing, the winner to be awarded a scale model 1934 Allis Chalmers model tractor, Limited Edition. Don't delay...this once-a-year sale ends March 31. 1/16th with qualifying Open house March 13th for newlyweds, Shane Neros ....... Robert and Nancy Amberg, Big Stone City, SD and Lance and Sharon Neros, Enderland, ND, announce the marriage of their children, Monica and Shane. Both Monica and Shane are employed at Primewood, Wahpeton, ND. The couple is home at 611 4th St. S., Breckenridge. An open house reception will be held on Saturday, March 13th, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Big Stone American Legion. All friends and relatives are wel- come to attend. Food Shelf pickup March 13 by St. John's St. John's Catholic Church Youth will be collecting food for the Big Stone County Food Shelf on Saturday, March 13 beginning about 10 a.m. Please have your donations by your front door. UMRV board meet St. Joseph's Youth will be The Upper Minnesota River collecting food in the Rosen and Community-Based Planning Joint Belligham area on Saturday, March Powers Board Meeting will be held 13th beginning at 2 p.m. These Tuesday, March 23, 1999 at the donations will go to the Lac qui Parle Appleton Civic Center, to begin at 7 Food Shelf. Thanks for your generosity, p.m. Expectant parent classes March 20th .Countryside Public Health will be offering a one day prenatal class on March 20th from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. This class will be held at the Countryside office and there is no fee for this class. Included in this class will be topics on nutrition, anatomy, labor and delivery, relaxation and breathing techniques, and child care information. For more information please call Countryside Public Health at 320- 839-6135. Please register by March 15. Farmers Ortonville, MN Russ Crawford, mmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmm Starting: ,,. March 1"   Must present coupons for discount. "l !:i t j i I :!L - (Credit slips may not be I used on c,earance merchandise.) mmmmmmmmmm CAN YOU USE .';35,000 * , '" ........ e I Find out today abel oar low lateralS, low imysleat iotas to pay bills..e home I <" OEI S m improvemeats or for lay puole with so apprahal required. Take advantage of these, M,o. FIN E WOMEN'S APPAREL m --,.,,o- prolFmm by tlling the mortllalle professioaah at ONELOAN today! l "  om,n N l,ain Street. Ortonville, MN. 320-839-2495 ca, I,SOO,ONELOANNo,; coumff00 ..... , ...... .,,,,, 1"800"663"5626 (30 wjJlrtjkotM(xtr, 9 : - Good March 1-6, 1999 ORTHOPAEDIC  " " i " "  ,_ iii '  "11" Take an Addmtmonal Take an Addmt, NORTHEAST ........ CENTER , ; Serving N.E. South Dakota and Western Minnesota for 13 years "/o Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Hospital. COUPON i/ T, rry L Smx.!, M.D. I Call Lori Larson at 1-320-839-2502 for an appointment. WE NOW ACCEPT MEDICARE ASSIGNMENT 160S) 88Z- or 1-800-658-4763 Mallard Pointe Business Park Watertown, SD /ml J, Ver/U. bmml. Kdfdmk, M.D. : New Spring Already Clearance Priced Merchandise, Only at Lori B's, Ortonville, hl l Only at Lori B's, Ortonville,/q I LORI l'g# ,bORi VSx m IOR! l'gJ' 'r, Page 6 INDEPENDENT Tuesday,