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BELLINGHAM WRESTLING TEAM: Row 1: Alex Herzberg, Trenton Piepenburg, Logan Tosel Brehmer, Jorden Roggenbuck, Hanna Fredrichsen, Jordan Brehmer, Jonathon Hoffman Row Coach Tom Croatt, Tony Dittes, Jason Roggenbuck, Matthew Brehmer, Brian Not Pictured: Tyler Brehmer, Christopher Parker, Chase Mortenson. Bellingham/Louisburg By Margret Stueckrath caller. Phone 568-2430 Weekend guests at the Harvey and Mrs. Lloyd Larsen was present Lila Plathe home were Joel Plathe, en her name wa, call 'd for $6(3 at Lisa and Eric of Waukee, IA. Sunday ; Bellingham (:om:unity Dy evening Harvey andLilaPlatheand awirg on Marcl 26. April 2  e their guests went to Club 7-75 to meet winl; will be for '.20. John and Mari Plathe, Lindsay, Colin, The community was saddened to Morgan and Allison, Denise Anderson and Luke and Debra Reiffenberger. Thursday Ron Nelson went to when her name was called for $60 at the Bellingham Community Day Drawing on March 26. April 2 the drawing will be for $20. hear that Ernest LeBouc of Ortonville, formerly from Bellingham, passed away on Sunday March 23, 2003. Nassau to the Senior Center with Joan Margret Stueckrath visited with Lillian Struck Thursday afternoon March 20 at her Hilltop apartment in Madison. Wally and Lois Larson left on Thursday morning March 13 for Aberdeen, SD where they met Joleen, Lucas and Chandler Van Hoorn and left for Colorado Springs, CO to see their son-in-law, husband and dad, Ron Van Hoorn, Jr. who is based at Fort Carson for the present time. Ron spent the week-end through Monday morning with them and enjoyed visiting and sightseeing. A few of the places they saw were Pike's Peak, Seven Falls and Royal Gorge at Canon City, CO. The Larsons and Van Hoorns returned to Aberdeen on Monday and Wally and Lois visited there until Tuesday evening when they returned home. Visitors at the Wally and Lois Larson home for the week-end of March 21-23 were Joleen Van Hoorn, Lucas and Chandler of Aberdeen and Brent and Michelle Larson of Alexandria. Jim Schake was a Saturday afternoon caller and Lou Jean Schake was a Sunday afternoon Strei, Adeline Rudnick and Betty Nelson. Ron enjoyed lunch, Birthday cake and supper. They played cards and bingo in the afternoon. Ron had a great time! Friday Ron Nelson went to Madison for a Dr. visit. Everything checked out fine. Pam Goetsch and Kristina Carpenter attended the 7th District American Legion Girls Conference in Marietta on Saturday March 22nd. Kristina is Sgt of Arms for 7th District girls. Lyle and Karen Schake and Wally and Lois Larson were Monday evening visitors at the home of Lou Jean Schake. LOUISBURG Lorraine Sorenson visited her granddaughter, Kristin Schleuter, at the Madison Hospital on Sunday afternoon. Saturday dinner guest and afternoon visitors at the Alan and Ruth Hanson home were Byron and Elvera Marguart of Appleton, Alice Hansen of Madison and Jean Weigers of Montevideo. They celebrated Ruth's birthday. Extension report John Cunningham County Extension Educator 839-2518 or 1-800-279-2518 DATES TO REMEMBER: April 6-12 - "Week of the Young Child" April 8 - Afterschool Babysitting Clinic, Clinton (4:00 p.m.) April 8 - Afterschool Cloverbuds, Clinton (3:30 p.m.) April 10 - Afterschool Cloverbuds, Ortonville (3:15 p.m.) April 15 - Babysitting Clinic, Clinton (4:00 p.m.) April 21 - Livestock Committee Meeting (6:30 p.m.); followed by 4-H Federation Meeting at CMB (7:30 p.m.); and Ambie Meeting (9:00 p.m.) April 22 - Babysitting Clinic, Clinton (4:00 p.m.) April 29 - Babysitting Clinic, Clinton (4:00 p.m.) May 1 - Last day to re-enroll in 4- H or to add or drop projects May 1 Babysitting Clinic, Clinton (4:00 p.m.) II I I m I rJce00hos00ice Ortonville/Graceville Satellite Office FOR INFORMATION CALL 120-839-2502 xt. 124 AgCountry donates funds to food pantries AgCountry Farm Credit Services has donated more than $6,900 toward hunger relief efforts in southeastern North Dakota and west central Minnesota. The Graceville Branch office made a contribution to the Browns Valley Food Shelf and Big Stone Co. Food Shelf in Ortonville. This is the 13th year AgCountry FCS has donated funds to local hunger relief efforts. "As an agricultural cooperative, we feel that helping to provide food for those in need is a good way to give something back to the communities in which we do business," said Don Wenell, Chief Executive Officer of AgCountry FCS. Graceville Branch Manager, Tim Hanson, commented, "Giving to local food pantries is one way we can continue to share our good fortune with those in need." AgCountry Farm Credit Services is a farmer-owned financial services company providing credit and integrated financial management services to more than 7,000 members in southeastern North Dakota and west central Minnesota. The company, headquartered at 1749 38th Street S.W. in Fargo, has assets of $1 billion and more than 225 employees. JIlL,TAR Y BASKETBALL TEAM particinated in the Grant Deuel shootin contest The followin q .., !" " o " g /.winners., sl .... Kneeling Colin Plathe 9th 3 _aoint shot, David Lee-6th-2 point shot, Philip Adelman- , I ot Row 2: Jason Roggenbuck-9th-2 point shot, Brian Demacv-3rd 2 point shot, Paul Adelman- '" ,hot, Randy tarson-7th-3 point shot, Schuyler Larson-4th-ful[courl lay-ups, Seth Henrich-Sth- I'or Grades 3 & 5 3 and 5 will be Y, April 1 is 3 & 5 April 2 is 3 & 5 April 3 is 5th ril 8 is 3 & 5 ay, April 9 is 3 & ke.sure your children are d tch have a good breakfast. easier when they have eh nd plenty of sleep the Yellow Ribbon ..... 'raders were busy tying the trees around the ths""'them up for our ate return home. arn Legion Auxiliary e ribbon to us. Thank school news you so much. Calendar Tuesday, 4-1 3:00 gymnastics Thursday, 4-3 3:00 gymnastics April 4-6 State wrestling in Rochester Sunday, 4-6 Daylight savings time begins Monday, 4-7 3:00 Cloverbuds Tuesday, 4-8 3:00 gymnastics Thursday, 4-10 1:45 tornado drill; 3:00 gymnastics Breakfast Tuesday--grape juice, French toast, breakfast links and milk. Wednesday--apple juice, egg patty on toast, cheese slices, and milk. Thursday--orange juice, mini pancakes, sausages links and milk. Friday--apple juice, cinnamon rolls, strawberry yogurt and milk. Lunch Tuesday--tacos, tator tots, apple slices with dip, PBJ and milk. Wednesday--chicken patty, oven fries, peaches, PBJ and milk. Thursday--turkey slice, mashed potatoes corn, banana, bread and milk. Friday--cheese pizza, lettuce salad, orange wedges, PBJ and milk. **Easter vacation will be Friday, April 18- Monday, April 21 BELLINGHAM CLINIC C&C Manor, Apt. 3 1 1 3 - 3rd Avenue Bellingham, MN from 1:30 - 4:30 p.m. & Mornings, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (00ALL 320-598-7551 FOR APPOINTMENTS of Lac qui Parle Clinic, Madison, MN For Total Home Care Service Cary Leuthardt is your man! i 22 YEARS IN BUSINESS l Now located in the old | bakery building on l Ortonville's main streets Repair of Air Conditioners, Household Appliances, Cooking Equipment, Freezers, Coolers. Window and Door Repair Also! Cell Phone: 1-877-895-8570 -H.ih cary@maxminn.com 320"839.3764 Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 Make Full Payment by March 31st & Receive 1 O-15 Regular Price Quality Buildings FOR ANY NEED: Storage, Workshop, Office Boat Garage, ETC. * Many Options Available (windows, shelves, lofts, & more) * Many Colors & Sizes Available DAKOTA STORAGE BUILDINGS 47809 155th Street Milbank, SD 57252 (5.8 miles S of Milbank, Hwy 15) Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-Spin sat. ,, appointment. Ca III 605-432-6889 WE ,.INDEPENDENT Page 3b BELLINGHAM WRESTLING TEAM: Row 1: Alex Herzberg, Trenton Piepenburg, Logan Tosel Brehmer, Jorden Roggenbuck, Hanna Fredrichsen, Jordan Brehmer, Jonathon Hoffman Row Coach Tom Croatt, Tony Dittes, Jason Roggenbuck, Matthew Brehmer, Brian Not Pictured: Tyler Brehmer, Christopher Parker, Chase Mortenson. Bellingham/Louisburg By Margret Stueckrath caller. Phone 568-2430 Weekend guests at the Harvey and Mrs. Lloyd Larsen was present Lila Plathe home were Joel Plathe, en her name wa, call 'd for $6(3 at Lisa and Eric of Waukee, IA. Sunday ; Bellingham (:om:unity Dy evening Harvey andLilaPlatheand awirg on Marcl 26. April 2  e their guests went to Club 7-75 to meet winl; will be for '.20. John and Mari Plathe, Lindsay, Colin, The community was saddened to Morgan and Allison, Denise Anderson and Luke and Debra Reiffenberger. Thursday Ron Nelson went to when her name was called for $60 at the Bellingham Community Day Drawing on March 26. April 2 the drawing will be for $20. hear that Ernest LeBouc of Ortonville, formerly from Bellingham, passed away on Sunday March 23, 2003. Nassau to the Senior Center with Joan Margret Stueckrath visited with Lillian Struck Thursday afternoon March 20 at her Hilltop apartment in Madison. Wally and Lois Larson left on Thursday morning March 13 for Aberdeen, SD where they met Joleen, Lucas and Chandler Van Hoorn and left for Colorado Springs, CO to see their son-in-law, husband and dad, Ron Van Hoorn, Jr. who is based at Fort Carson for the present time. Ron spent the week-end through Monday morning with them and enjoyed visiting and sightseeing. A few of the places they saw were Pike's Peak, Seven Falls and Royal Gorge at Canon City, CO. The Larsons and Van Hoorns returned to Aberdeen on Monday and Wally and Lois visited there until Tuesday evening when they returned home. Visitors at the Wally and Lois Larson home for the week-end of March 21-23 were Joleen Van Hoorn, Lucas and Chandler of Aberdeen and Brent and Michelle Larson of Alexandria. Jim Schake was a Saturday afternoon caller and Lou Jean Schake was a Sunday afternoon Strei, Adeline Rudnick and Betty Nelson. Ron enjoyed lunch, Birthday cake and supper. They played cards and bingo in the afternoon. Ron had a great time! Friday Ron Nelson went to Madison for a Dr. visit. Everything checked out fine. Pam Goetsch and Kristina Carpenter attended the 7th District American Legion Girls Conference in Marietta on Saturday March 22nd. Kristina is Sgt of Arms for 7th District girls. Lyle and Karen Schake and Wally and Lois Larson were Monday evening visitors at the home of Lou Jean Schake. LOUISBURG Lorraine Sorenson visited her granddaughter, Kristin Schleuter, at the Madison Hospital on Sunday afternoon. Saturday dinner guest and afternoon visitors at the Alan and Ruth Hanson home were Byron and Elvera Marguart of Appleton, Alice Hansen of Madison and Jean Weigers of Montevideo. They celebrated Ruth's birthday. Extension report John Cunningham County Extension Educator 839-2518 or 1-800-279-2518 DATES TO REMEMBER: April 6-12 - "Week of the Young Child" April 8 - Afterschool Babysitting Clinic, Clinton (4:00 p.m.) April 8 - Afterschool Cloverbuds, Clinton (3:30 p.m.) April 10 - Afterschool Cloverbuds, Ortonville (3:15 p.m.) April 15 - Babysitting Clinic, Clinton (4:00 p.m.) April 21 - Livestock Committee Meeting (6:30 p.m.); followed by 4-H Federation Meeting at CMB (7:30 p.m.); and Ambie Meeting (9:00 p.m.) April 22 - Babysitting Clinic, Clinton (4:00 p.m.) April 29 - Babysitting Clinic, Clinton (4:00 p.m.) May 1 - Last day to re-enroll in 4- H or to add or drop projects May 1 Babysitting Clinic, Clinton (4:00 p.m.) II I I m I rJce00hos00ice Ortonville/Graceville Satellite Office FOR INFORMATION CALL 120-839-2502 xt. 124 AgCountry donates funds to food pantries AgCountry Farm Credit Services has donated more than $6,900 toward hunger relief efforts in southeastern North Dakota and west central Minnesota. The Graceville Branch office made a contribution to the Browns Valley Food Shelf and Big Stone Co. Food Shelf in Ortonville. This is the 13th year AgCountry FCS has donated funds to local hunger relief efforts. "As an agricultural cooperative, we feel that helping to provide food for those in need is a good way to give something back to the communities in which we do business," said Don Wenell, Chief Executive Officer of AgCountry FCS. Graceville Branch Manager, Tim Hanson, commented, "Giving to local food pantries is one way we can continue to share our good fortune with those in need." AgCountry Farm Credit Services is a farmer-owned financial services company providing credit and integrated financial management services to more than 7,000 members in southeastern North Dakota and west central Minnesota. The company, headquartered at 1749 38th Street S.W. in Fargo, has assets of $1 billion and more than 225 employees. JIlL,TAR Y BASKETBALL TEAM particinated in the Grant Deuel shootin contest The followin q .., !" " o " g /.winners., sl .... Kneeling Colin Plathe 9th 3 _aoint shot, David Lee-6th-2 point shot, Philip Adelman- , I ot Row 2: Jason Roggenbuck-9th-2 point shot, Brian Demacv-3rd 2 point shot, Paul Adelman- '" ,hot, Randy tarson-7th-3 point shot, Schuyler Larson-4th-ful[courl lay-ups, Seth Henrich-Sth- I'or Grades 3 & 5 3 and 5 will be Y, April 1 is 3 & 5 April 2 is 3 & 5 April 3 is 5th ril 8 is 3 & 5 ay, April 9 is 3 & ke.sure your children are d tch have a good breakfast. easier when they have eh nd plenty of sleep the Yellow Ribbon ..... 'raders were busy tying the trees around the ths""'them up for our ate return home. arn Legion Auxiliary e ribbon to us. Thank school news you so much. Calendar Tuesday, 4-1 3:00 gymnastics Thursday, 4-3 3:00 gymnastics April 4-6 State wrestling in Rochester Sunday, 4-6 Daylight savings time begins Monday, 4-7 3:00 Cloverbuds Tuesday, 4-8 3:00 gymnastics Thursday, 4-10 1:45 tornado drill; 3:00 gymnastics Breakfast Tuesday--grape juice, French toast, breakfast links and milk. Wednesday--apple juice, egg patty on toast, cheese slices, and milk. Thursday--orange juice, mini pancakes, sausages links and milk. Friday--apple juice, cinnamon rolls, strawberry yogurt and milk. Lunch Tuesday--tacos, tator tots, apple slices with dip, PBJ and milk. Wednesday--chicken patty, oven fries, peaches, PBJ and milk. Thursday--turkey slice, mashed potatoes corn, banana, bread and milk. Friday--cheese pizza, lettuce salad, orange wedges, PBJ and milk. **Easter vacation will be Friday, April 18- Monday, April 21 BELLINGHAM CLINIC C&C Manor, Apt. 3 1 1 3 - 3rd Avenue Bellingham, MN from 1:30 - 4:30 p.m. & Mornings, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (00ALL 320-598-7551 FOR APPOINTMENTS of Lac qui Parle Clinic, Madison, MN For Total Home Care Service Cary Leuthardt is your man! i 22 YEARS IN BUSINESS l Now located in the old | bakery building on l Ortonville's main streets Repair of Air Conditioners, Household Appliances, Cooking Equipment, Freezers, Coolers. Window and Door Repair Also! Cell Phone: 1-877-895-8570 -H.ih cary@maxminn.com 320"839.3764 Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 Make Full Payment by March 31st & Receive 1 O-15 Regular Price Quality Buildings FOR ANY NEED: Storage, Workshop, Office Boat Garage, ETC. * Many Options Available (windows, shelves, lofts, & more) * Many Colors & Sizes Available DAKOTA STORAGE BUILDINGS 47809 155th Street Milbank, SD 57252 (5.8 miles S of Milbank, Hwy 15) Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-Spin sat. ,, appointment. Ca III 605-432-6889 WE ,.INDEPENDENT Page 3b