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ENSEMBLE from the University of Minnesota Morris will be one of the musical groups pro- t at the Gala Affair. Affair offers something for everybody Annual Gala Affair attend just the dance,A donation of $5 Fluegel, Helseth. McLaughlin. by the Big Stone Health ill be held at Sioux rm Saturday. April the Gala committee for man', months to memorable e('enmg with of music, f.)d 8,: will delight each (me hour will offer a of hors d'oeuvres of beverage includ- vine table ialcnholic & and set-ups. Musical be presented b) a from the University Morris Orchestra dur- hour and dinner Guests dinner featuring including Prime Boneless Pork Loin and Dinner ill be topped of cheesecake dessert. this year will be entertain- dancing and listening Iv 20 talented the Big Stone Lake this band under the Helgeson. Their i include a variety of classic jazz and as remembered from the vHtl open its doors those would like to per person will provide several hours of wonderful music as well as the opportumty to experience the elegant atmosphere of the Gala. The Gala Committee is preparing decorations that will transform the Sioux Historic Pavilion into the ele- gant setting which has given the Gala its unique reputation. Once again, Gala attendees will experience a feast with their eyes as well as with their appetites because of the awesome beauty of the decor. A special feature of the evening will be drawings for five different items. JoLee's Jewelry donated a sil- ver dated collector's bell and we have a beautiful centerpiece donated by Ortonville Flower Shop. Ken's Fireworks has donated two $50 gift certificates and there will also be a gift from Cartwright Drug. Jane Roehr, a Tastefully Simple Independent Consultant of Milbank is donating a basket of products. Tastefully Simple is a company with over 30 upscale convenience driven gourmet foods in their line. Other generous sponsors assisting with donated items and some of the costs of this event include Big Stone Therapies, Bill's SuperValu Plus, CenBank. Cenex "C" Store, Conroy Eye Care, Ken & Barb Voecks at DataWorks and Ken's Electric; D4 Anderson & Brutlag. Chartered: Heritage Printing, Dr. Anthony Hilleran, Jan's Floral & Gifts, Liebe Drug, Dr. Ronn McDaniel, Marquette Bank, Minnwest Bank, Northside Medical Center, Ortonville Area Health Services, Ortonville Independent, Dr. Gregory Peterson, of Peterson Chiropractic Clinic, Pioneer Meat Market, Strong Inc., The Meat Center of Appleton and Dr. Steven Win ther. Committee members organizing the Gala Affair include Deb Beming, Kristi Delage, Jeanette Dew, Ann Holme, Georgia Kolb, Marjorie Lindholm. Colleen McCabe, Janet Messmer,, Lisa Ross. Dee Strong, Ethel Swenson, Julie Treinen, Mary Ann Ulrich, Cindy VanDover, Mar,,' Wintl'r and Jan Schmidt. They are once again looking forward to a very memorable evening. For reservations, call 320-839- 4135. Please indicate your entree choice. Ticket price of $30.00 per per- son covers hors d'oeuvres, punch, dinner, wine table, dessert, sales tax, dinner gratuity and event expenses. A $5 donation is being asked to attend the dance only at 9 p.m. All pr(rceed.s benefit the Big Stone Health Care Foundation. Rosen news I , , ii i By Mrs, M.J. Kirchberg March 16 weekend guests at the hoe of Mrs. Almira Karels were Mr, and Mrs. John Karels of Fargo. Sunday forenoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Fran Karels and Rob, Mr. and Mrs. Jason Karels, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Karels and Joey. Friday, March 15 evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Karels and Paul. Tuesday, March 19, 2002 with a Mass at II a.m. with Father Bob Goblirsch celebrant. Blessing of seeds and soil was held during the Liturgy. A potluck dinner was served by St. Anthony and Monica Catholic Aid Council at St. Joseph's School following the Liturgy. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd returned home Sunday, March 10 from a 10 day vacation where they Carlson in Pharr, TX and toured interesting places in Mexico, Enroute they visited at the Martin Millerbernd home in Omaha, NE. Mr. and Mrs Lester Millerbernd spent Friday and Saturday, March 15 and 16 at the Derek James home in Blaine and Sunday and Monday guests at the Steve Millerbemd home m St. Cloud. Mrs. Julie Henrich visited Mr. and Mrs. Herb Schuelke at their home in Madison on Wednesday afternoon, March 20. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brehmer Mr. and Mrs. Michael Markstrom of Sioux Falls spent Saturday and Sunday at the the of their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Radermacher and family and helped their daughter Meagan observe her 1st birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke were Sunday e,'ening, March 17 visitors at the home of Betty Binsfeld in Big Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Volkenant were among the folks that attended the Sauerkraut Fest at St. James Church hall in Nassau on Sunday, March 17. Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Kirchberg and Cole of Milbank were Sunday, March 17 afternoon visitors at the M.J. Kirchberg home. Mrs. Julie Henrich and Tim, and John Drobny of Huml'xtt, SD attended the funeral of their aunt Margaret Daley at Catholic Church in Clear Lake, SD on Saturday, March 16. Mary Krakow of Mpls spent March 16 weekend at the home of her mother Mrs. Manfred Krakow and also visited her father Manfred at St. William's home. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher and family were among the many people that attended the Ortonville Hillcrest Basketball game in Morris on Saturday evening, March 16 and Ortonville won 58-56. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher and family and Mrs. Julie Henrich were among Sunday, March 17 dinner and afternoon guests in honor of their son Luke's 21st birthday. March 16 weekend guests at the Edward Karels home were Yvette Bruns and Erin of Brookings and Eddie Karels of St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Drobny attended the wake service for his aunt Margaret Daley at Clear Lake on Friday evening, March 15, 2002. Mrs. Dennis Rademacher, Mrs. Julie Henrich and Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg attended the Mass, banquet and chartering of St. John's Catholic Aid Council at. St. John's Church on Monday evening, March 18, 2002. St. Joseph's Day Members of St. Joseph's Parish observed the Feast of St. Joseph on spent four days with her sister and Amanda and Tomoyo were Thursday brother-in-law Roger and Janet" evening, March 21 visitors at the M.J. Kirchberg home. Milbank Valley Archers League iiii Valley Archers 300 League March 3, 2002 Results Rnttmey er Grant Coument  Ronn McDaniel Fischer Repair 300 48 Bob Zahnow Food N Fuel 299 44 Scott Meyer Tyler Computer 298 47 Bill Boerger Last of the Fast Guns 298 41 Kent Przybycien Hanson Tomess Furniture 297 25 Scott Dahle Larry's Refrigeration 297 24 Amie Veen Twin Valley Tire 295 38 Gene Sass Hardware Hank 295 29 Denny Amberg Rogers Electric 294 34 Joe Sable The Flower Shop 294 28 Mike Hartman Hardee's 293 26 LeRoy Capp Ron's Equipment Painting 292 31 Jolene Cloos Midtown Liquor 280 16 Pam Amberg Randy Dockter Const. 277 20 Bryan l.,ambrechts O'1 Mill Meats 276 19 Bill Welder Ronn McDaniel Opt 275 17 Sue Welder Ortonville Dairy Queen 268 9 Kate Capp Milbank Lumber 266 8 Shawna Przybycien Milbank Mall 262 11 Cheryl Meyer Big Stone Power Plant 257 16 Mark Veen Dakota Granite 254 10 Perfect score is 300 with 60 X's Winners of the 4-H sponsorship awards for the week are: Brandon Lee Hardees Tyler Thyne Mill Theatre Jeffery Trapp ThunderAIley The Valley Archers would like to thank the Grant County Review, Ortonville Independent, and KMSD/KPHR for publishing and airing these results. Jim Ckms 432-4685 HOLY WEEK WORSHIP SCHEDULE Maundy Thursday - March 28 5:30 p.m. Holy Communion JL. DEPENDABLE RELIABLE SERVICE MONTHLY DELIVERY Kevi_n's00 Body Shop00 You '!I get the/:est oehicle alignment New 4-Wheel Alignment I Machine 1 We'll handle all your insurance work for you! KevinLs is the area most well equipped body shop with two frame machines! Towing with wrecker and roll back Major collision repair .Frame and suspension work Windshield repair and replacement LOCK YOUR KEYS IN YOUR CAR? WE'LL GET THEM OUT! N Ml St OnorMIte, MN 56278 320-839-3066 605-676-2457 KEVIN RAAF 25th year in bustness at same location! II 7:00 p.m. Holy Communion Good Friday - March 29 1:00 p.m. Services Easter Sunday - March 31 6:30 a.m. Sunrise Service with Holy Communion 7:30 a.m. Easter Breakfast 8:30 a.m. Easter Worship with Holy Communion 10:30 a.m. Easter Worship with Holy Communion First English Lutheran Church ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA ,J 14 q 21 21 Sunday SENIOR CLUB POTLUCK 2:30pro Cards spin Supper i ''i ORTONVILLE SENIOR CENTER APRIL 2002 Monday 1 9am QuilUng 9:15 CoffeeTime 10:00 ExerOse 2:30-1:00 BP Check :00 Cards CHICKEN BREAST 8 9am Quilting 9:15 Coffee Time 0am Exercise pm Cards 2-6pm 55-Alive ! 4-hr. aase i SA! tcmmy,. 5 9am Quilting ):15 Coffee Tlme t0am Exerdse pm 5S-Alive I B-hr. Class .. R&lPr FT;H a Quilting Coffee Time Oam use :oo Cards APaIONI &CHEIUilE Tuesday 2 9:15 Coffee me ):30 Senior Bd. Mtg 10am Exercise L2N Kants :S Prog. Wht :30 AtanontBPm AA NBATLOAF 9 9:15 CoffeeTIme 10am Exerc 12N Kiwants !1:30 Bingo 5: 30 /ganon/Spm i (1 &71In N&M 16 9:15 Coffee "rime oam Exerdse t2N Jwan ;:iS Prog. Whist 16:30 Alanon/8pm AA IA4T' RFFI 23 9:15 Coffee Time Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturda 3 9:15 Coffee Time 10am Exerctee 12N Kiwanis Board [1:15 HOVIE: iIP-r -pp; tO :15 Coffee 71me 10am Exercise lpm '500' t7 ):15 Coffee "rlme LOam ExeKLse tpm "500" S-tO Im SS-AIIve 8-hr. Clam 14AM Iuu L 24 loam Exercise 9:15 CoffeeTime 12N KJwanis .0am Exercise 1:30 Bingo '-;lpm '500" 6:30 AlanonJ8pm AA t  Sill= COOK'S CHOICE COII4NERCZAL DAY 29 !0 9:15 Cofffeellme 9am Qullttn0 LOam Ex-ct 9:15 Coffeellme L2N Kiwanis 10am Exerdse t:30 Bingo 1:00 Cords S:30 Alarmn/8pm AA HAN LOAF CmCUN T 4 9:15 Coffee Time 10am Exendse 1:00 Fnochle 7pm Big Stone Comm. Chorus Prac. IBIAMII TILli2 IFY 11 9:15 Coffee Tlme 10am Exercise 1:00 Pinochle COOK'S CHOICE: HOTDZSH, VIIG. SALAD, SAUCll 1B 9:15 Coffee Time 10am Exercise 1:00 Pinochle IMd(ID TURKIW, DRESING, GRAVY, BROCCOLt, SAUC 2S ): 15 Coffee Time 10am Exercise 1:00 Pinochle COUNTRY RIBI, IAUIRKIUU S $ ):15 CoffeeTime I L0am Exercise 12:50 Bridge polll IMI3P 12 13 9:15 Coffee Time 10am Exercise 12:50 Bridge ROAST BEEF IMM FIILTA| 19 20 9:15 Coffee Time lOam ExerOse 12:50 Bridge CO01('I CHOICE: IK)UP, IMUMDWZCH, PICKLE, FRUIT 26 9:15 CoffeeTime 10am Exercise 12:50 Bridge CHICKEN STRIPS, HAImBttOWN BAKE PRAIRIE FIVE SENIOR DINING IS A GREAT VALUE FOR YOUR DONATZON OF 2.S0, EAVES YOU WORK IN THE KrTCHEN, AND PROVZDES A BALANCED MEAL WITH PLENTY OF VARIETY AND NUTIUT'J[ON. CALL B39-.35SB TO RESERVE A MEAL AND TRY US OUT! 27 I I 26, 2O02 00INDEPENDENT Page 1 lb