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in nu! THE LATE JERRY CONRAD was known for coming up with photo publicity stunts, such as you see here, when he was selling some tires. Jerry was owner of Honest John Car Sales. FOR THE WEEK OF March 24, 2009 10 YEARS AGO March 23, 1999 Robert and Mary Worrall of Ortonville announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Sheila, to Michael Stern, son of Lee and Sharon Stern of Springfield. A June wedding is being planned for the couple. March Farmers of the Month are the William and Lillian Stallman family. Brad Jorgens, a member of the American Legion from Beardsley, was in Washington, DC this past week lobbying for issues that affect American war veterans. Jorgens was one of a delegation of 35 Minnesotans in Washington. 25 YEARS AGO March 28, 1984 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nelson announce the engagement of their daughter, Julie, to Charles Baumann of Lead, SD. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Adelman of Bellingham announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Brenda Lee, to Brian Kenneth Block, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Block of Bellingham. Mr. and Mrs. David Mark are the parents of a daughter, Tracy Jo, born March 13. 50 YEARS AGO March 26, 1959 . Word was received today from Lt. Colonel Robert M. Munson, USAF, that Brad Pansch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pansch of Odessa, has been promoted to Airman Second Class. Plans were announced for a new, ultra-modern, 10-lane bowl- ing alley in Ortonville. The alleys will be called "The Big 10" to include plenty of parking space as well as a tourist information sec- tion. Dahle Construction Company . will do the building. Mrs. Esther Hegge of Ortonville announces the engagement of her daughter, Gloria Darlene, to Robert Lee Finberg, son of Russell Finberg of Clinton. Priscilla Ann Davis and Dale L. Fitzner were married March 14 at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Ortonville. On March 22, a boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rausch of Big Stone City. A baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Clods of Big Stone City. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson of Ortonville. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alren LaCombe. By: Rosemary K. Heins, University of Minnesota Extension In 2008 Congress made changes through the financial rescue package and the Farm Bill that may increase your refund eligibility and what it can be used for. Even if you didn't have enough work income that requii'es fi ling, you should still file a tax return. You may be due a refund. The, financial rescue package passed by Congress in October 2008 included expanding the Child Tax Credit immediately. The minimum income requirement for this credit has been lowered from $12,050 to $8,500. This means more working .families will be eligible for Child Tax Credit. The Earned Income Credit will increase refund size as well. The 2008 working income levels for eligibility are as follows: A single adult earner household with one child and income up to $33,995 will have a maximum benefit of $2,917. more than one child and income up to $38,646 will have a maximum benefit of $4,824. no children and income up to $12,880 will have a maximum benefit of $438. A married household with one child and income up to $36,995 will have a maximum benefit of $2,917. more than one child and income up to $41,646 will have a maximum benefit of $4,824. no children and income up to $15,880 will'have a maximum benefit of $438. Households planning to use the tax refund money for savings in certain retirement and education saving plans will remain eligible for food support under the 2008 Farm Bill. Formerly these counted as resources in deter- mining eligibility for food stamps. Effective Oct. 1, 2008 the new rule removes this barrier for individuals and families that feared losing this benefit. Now excluded from resource counting for food stamp purposes are retirement accounts with federal tax- preferred status, such as a 401(K) or an Individual Retirement Account (IRA). The two types of education savings accounts that are excluded are 529 Plans and Coverdell education savings accounts. Low to moderate income individu- als and families can increase the money coming to them by seeking out free income tax filing assistance through Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites, which open around Feb. 1. Site locations may be obtained by calling First Call for Help at 211 or (800) 543-7709. Free online eFiling is available, too, through www.lrs.gov and ww w.taxes.state.mn.us. area MEMORY'S From the files o! the Ortonville Independent 70 YEARS AGO March 30, 1939 Harvey Pflueger, of the Ortonville Ice Cream and Butter Company, was elected state treasur- er of the Minnesota Association of Local Creameries last Thursday at the conclusion of the two-day con- vention held by the association at the Ryan Hotel in St. Paul. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Warren Everson of Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sigloh of Ortonville are the parents of a baby boy. Miss Melva Bornholdt, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bornholdt, and Carl Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lee, exchanged marriage vows at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage. ::::! ~, ~. .~F'5"'" ~3~ :: :~i~i~, ~;: .'~ :"!~ I RSBATSS AVAILABLE I o ua / I I I Berkner P!umb!ng Heating. [ &Air Conditioning [ West Hwy. 12 Ortonville, MN 320-839-3234 r" DA Director Pamela Lehmann, Executive Director with the Lac qui Parle County Economic Development Authority received certification as an Economic Development Finance Professional (EDFP) from the National Development Council (NDC). Certification is a designation given to individuals who successfully complete an intensive economic development training series that is conducted by NDC. The courses provide individuals working in the field of economic development with training in credit analysis, real estate financing, loan packaging, deal structuring and nego- tiating, and the creation and imple- mentation of development programs. Lehrnann has been the Executive Director for the Lac qui Parle County Economic Development Authority (LqP EDA) for. over two years. This fledgling organization works with Darlene Mikkelson See/Treas. The Ortonville Study Club met at the MatadOr on Wednesday, March 18th for a 11:30 a.m. luncheon. There were 13 members and one guest present. Hostesses were Pat Kunz and Betty Schwarze. Vice President Dolores Christensen welcomed everyone. Following the luncheon program chairperson Darlene Mikkelson introduced her guest, Joan Mikkelson Lindholm. Joan, former OHS graduate, shared her experiences volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in New Orleans, LA. She multiple organizations and groups throughout the region and the state as they work towards achieving their mission. As a native resident of Lac qui Parle County, Pam Lehmann is truly vested in the success of our local businesses. Her background includes business administration, human resources, sales and vocational educa- tion. The education received during EDFP certification adds many advan- tages to the economic development toolbox in Lac qui Parle County. Currently Ms. Lehmann represents Lac qui Parle County and the LqP EDA on boards relating to develop- ment, tourism, finance and education. "The mission of the Lac qui Parle County Economic Development Authority is to be the catalyst for eco- nomic growth, job creation and improving the quality of life in Lac qui Parle County." , zrN[-7",/Z4B Now scheduling appointments for your special occasion, including weddings and prom! joined six other volunteers from the New Ulm area to help in construction of new homes in neighborhoods damaged by Hurricane Katrina. After three and a half years much work remains to rebuild peoples homes and lives. Lindholm shared some pictures of the work being done. She described the appl~eciati0n expressed by the recipients of Habitat Homes. This gives the residents hope for their futures. The next meeting of the Study Club will be April 15th with Dolores Christensen and Marge Lindholm as hostesses. )/ By Gail Maxwell 839-2207 Pam, Peter, and Noah Steinke went to the Cities to visit Pam's mother and Isaiah the weekend of March 13. Friday, March 13 Clifford Christensen, Bea Ross, and Marcella Kohls visited Ralph and Lavina Loeschke. Evelyn Morris of Ortonville visited Ralph and Lavina Loeschke Wednesday afternoon, March 18. The Breezers and Geezers met at the Big Stone Senior Center on Wednesday, afternoon, March 1. Rod and Vicky Torgerson of Big Stone and three of their grandchildren Clarissa, Kayla, and Erica Fohey of Chaska were dinner guests of Ruth Torgerson on Friday, March 13. On Sunday, March 15 Dick and Sue Goldsmith of Flandreau; Jan, Dennis, Ryan, and Brian Krause all of Milbank; Kayla Tillma of Twin Brooks; Alicia Veen of Milbank; and Pat Delgehausen of Big Stone were all dinner guests of Vernon and Gert Goldsmith. Sue Goldsmith spent Sunday afternoon, March 15 with her mother Loretta Stern of Ortonville~ Trudy Taylor of Big Stone and her grandson Bryer of Sioux Fall were callers of Vernon and Gert Goldsmith on Sunday, March 15. Tabor United Methodist Church again had their Lenten Services on Wednesday night. Before the services was supper of chili or potatoe soup. There is only two more weeks of. Lenten Services before Holy Week. The Lenten Services start at 6:15 p.m. with supper at 5:30 p.m There is no supper during Holy Week. Bob and JoAnn Hasslen spent the weekend Of March 13 in Buffalo visiting with their daughter and grandchildren. By Adelaide Kirchberg Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher and Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Adelman and Tyler spent several days in Phoenix, AZ to watch their sons Travis Radermacher and Aaron Adelman students at Ridgewater in a tournament in Phoenix. Mrs. Steve Barr of Ortonville, Lexi Barr and Nathan Meyer of Melrose, Kristin Barr of Fargo were Saturday, March 14 forenoon visitors at the Mrs. Adelaide Kirchberg home and brought a carry in lunch. Julia Nelson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Nelson of Milbank and bride to be of Riley Sammon was honored at an open house shower at St. Joseph's School on Saturday afternoon March 14, 2009. Alan Schuelke of Montevideo and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke spent Saturday, March 14 in Sioux Falls and visited with the Brian Schuelke and Mandley Davis families. Dorothy, Mrs. A1 Schultz age 86, of Ft. Meter's Florida passed away on Friday, March 13, 2009. Her funeral was Wednesday, March 18, 2009. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schuelke and grew up in the Rosen area. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavelko and family of Worthington were March 14 weekend guests at the Bernard Pillatzke home and attended the bridal shower for their niece Julia Nelson on Saturday afternoon March 14. Seniors Citizens pot luck dinner was held at St. Joseph's School on Tuesdsay, March 17 with 17 Seniors attending. The Pledge of Allegiance was said and Fr. Bob Goblirsch led in the table prayer. Happy birthday was sung for the March birthdays of Joan Strei, Dolores Smith, Ruth Schuelke and Bernard Pillatzki. Bingo and cards were enjoyed in the afternoon. April 21 will be the next pot luck and Seniors in the area are welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rademacher returned home on Wednesdsay, March 11 after two weeks at the home of her brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ould in Venice, FL and March 10 at the home of their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Paul Redepenning and family in Farmington. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Drobny spent Monday, March 16 visiting Ted Unzen in Ghent and helped him observe his 94th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Markstrom, Mr. and Mrs. John Markstrom and sons of Sioux Falls were March 14 weekend guests at the Ed Radermacher home. Tom Schuelke, Betty Binsfeld, Fr. 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