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Good old days in the Ortonville area II Ill FORMER ORTONVILLE HEALTH CARE BOARD. Front row, left to right, you see Roger Nornes, Donna Hod, John Jurgens, Marilyn Lindahl and the late Dr. Robert Knip. Standing, left to right, are George Elliott, Jerry Kunz, Jim Foster, Dick Slieter (hospital administrator at that time), Donna Moberg and Paul Larson. FOR THE WEEK OF Apr. 2, 2002 10 YEARS AGO April 8, 1992 Peter Steinke is a human resources coordinator for Big Stone Cheese and is preparing to travel to the Soviet Union. on April 13 and return April 26. Karen and Joel Koch are the parents of twins, Ashley and Dustin, born March 27 at the Ortonville Hospital. The city is going to a four officer police force instead of five. Police Chief Quentin Larsen announced his retire- ment May 15th. Mark Stolpman was the winner of a shotgufi donated by the Ortonville Independent at the Pheasants Forever ban- quet. The Fiesta room has been added to Matador Supper Club. 25 YEARS AGO March 30, 1977 Bob and Mary Worrall have been chosen the out- standing Jaycee couple of the West Central District. Peter Reike and Jayne Hayden have resigned from the staff at the Ortonville Hospital. Beth Anderson and John Ellingson have been awarded scholarships from the Sons of Norway. Bob Ross was honored as the Legionnaire of the Year by the Big Stone Legion. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Myron Mueller of Ortonville at the Ortonville Hospital. 50 YEARS AGO April 17, 1952 This issue contained a lot of pictures of the high water and flooding in the area. Rev. Ray Holzhauer has accepted a pastorate of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Rose Hill in St. Paul. All high school seniors of Ortonville, Odessa and Big Stone City are enjoying a four day railroad trip and tour of Chicago. An Auto Show will take place Friday and Saturday at the Ortonville Armory. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a boy to Mr. and II DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The Ortonville Independent Mrs. Charles Kohl of Revillo, SD, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pyle Jr. of Ortonville and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Simonitch of Ortonville. 70 YEARS AGO March 24, 1932 A stove exploded at the Gust Stock home located three miles east of Odessa. Gust Stock and several others were burned and bruised. A fire on Saturday evening did considerable damage to the Gust Anderson Feed Store on Madison Avenue. The senior class will pre- sent the play "'Skidding" on April 15 at the Orpheum Theater. Bert Fowler is the director. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a son to Dr. and Mrs. F.W. Dunn of Ortonville and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ulrich of Twin Brooks. February March Alxll . 2.24 4.31 2,07 2.08 0.74 0,60 -1,64 3.22 0,98 2.71 0.47 1.72 -0.52 1.31 -0.93 5.30 4.06 May 2.73 1.50 -1.23 3.39 0.66 4.25 1,52 0,99 -1.74 2.99 0 4,14 1.41 3.71 0.98 2.91 0,18 June 3.61 2.22 -1,39 2,98 -0.63 1,54 -2.07 2.01 -1,60 3.13 -0,411 2,11 -1.50 2.11 -1.50 3.99 0.38 July 3.39 5.41 2,02 6.51 3.12 5.05 1.66 3,63 0.24 5.15 1.75 3,91 0.52 7.39 4.00 3.72 0,33 August 3.01 2.26 -0.75 5.19 2.18 3.39 0.38 3.58 0,58 3,37 0.36 2,09 -0.92 0,70 -2.31 1,63 -1.38 Sop(ember 2.10 2.55 0,38 3.58 1.39 3.22 1.03 1.37 -0.82 0,48 -1,73 2,20 0.07 2.74 0.55 3.16 0.97 Oober 2.09 2.94 0.85 3.04 0.95 4.23 2.14 3.59 1.50 4.83 2.54 0.21 -1.M 1.51 -0.58 0.79 -1.30 November 0.89 0.94 -0.05 0.24 -0.75 1.57 0.58 0.84 -0.35 1.5,5 0.56 0.08 .0.93 4.3? 3`38 2.17 1.18 December O.54 0.24   flJZ1. 1.74 t30 flJ.7. -0.37 flJ   32   fl,gfi -0_4 Total 23.54 24,59 1.05 32.84 8.30 28.8?" 5.33 24.38 0.82 28,41 4,87 19.50 -4.04 27.52 396 28.56 5.02 1.23 -0.15 g sto county Big Stone Therapies staff attend conf. March 22. 2002 The Occupational Therapy staff of    n,, .. " mt , t_,, . n,. :t  t mm t_ max t m n.t ,ig Stone Therapies, Inc. attended nt 0. 0.93 0.27 o.29 .0.37 0,. .0.10 0.53 .0.13 1.13 .... 0.4r 0.18 .o.5o 1.05 0.39 2.05 1. 0.51 0.15 'ogramsrr 22nd oy p z"-m-os:um in 1.37 053 .0.84 3.48 2.11 0,52 -0.85 1.43 0,06 1.91 0.54 1,44 0.07 0.97 .0.40 0.56 .0.81 Total excess Precipitation January 1. t994 thcottt Febcuary 28. 2002 equals 28.18 Itchy. Big Stone City II Ill Gall Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Dinner guests on Easter Sunday at Bob and Juanita Carlson's were Mike, Laura, and Alissa Knodei of Hutchinson, Jennifer and Arvin Mueller, and Robert, Betty, Megan, and Evelyn Zahnow. The Knodels also spent the week-end there. Thursday morning, March 21st to Sunday evening, March 24th Harry Loeschke went to Rapid City and Melvin and Florence Loeschke and Harry's sister-in-law Ruth Loeschke went along to celebrate Harry's son Kennith Loeschke's birthday. Saturday, March 30th Mitch and Amy "l'hielke visited and had dinner with Peter and Pam Steinke. Nell Roggenbuck and his two sons Justin and Jessie from Minneapolis and Quentin Roggenbuck from St. Paul visited Sally Roggenbuck of Northridge on Saturday, March 23rd and stayed until Sunday forenoon, March 24th. On Holy Thursday they had Catholic Mass at Northridge. The residents of Northridge and the second graders from Ortonville colored Easter eggs Thursday forenoon, March 28th. Kelly Wittnebel of near Madison, visited Sally Roggenbuck of Northridge. Sally Roggenbuck's brother Urban and Ludie Stolpman brought Sally Roggenbuck of Northridge some daffodils to celebrate Easter. Debra and Jerianne Lindman of Blaine arrived Wednesday evening, March 21th for Easter vacation with the John Van Houts of Big Stone City. Lula Hagen's daughter Janell and Roger Johnson of Coon Rapids and Shelley Johnson and Hannah from Coon Rapids visited Lula Hagen on Saturday, March 30th and Sunday, March 31 st to observe Lula Hagen's birthday and Easter. Greg Barnett of Sioux Falls was a Help Me Spend Another Million Dollars! I'm Phil Sokolof and I've spent $15 million helping save Americans from heart attack deaths with my national full-page ads. I want to spend more by selling you my 175-page book for less than it costs! I have personal relationships with the top U.S. research scientists and cardiologists. Reduce your risk of dying of a heart attack by 45%. Add many vigorous years to your life! SEE MY BOOK! Call 1-800-617-3119 Toll Free Todayl Regular Price $19.95 Ble]:lk'l=lllllllklOIelli'Je]aL m --" am nil lIB IIIIE IllB BaBII lib IIIBI Ill MN I . I I CARD NUMBE SIGNATURE (REQUIRED) I I DWSA NAME ! EX DATE ..... E]MasterCard i00i00il STATE ZIP I National Heart Savers P.O. Box 7 Omaha, NE 68101 = L =Bn mm mm ul wm am= =m= m mm 'm= mm "m mm '' mm mm ""  mm "l I lll Tuesday, March 26th overnight guest at the Arlin and Verna Angerhofer's home. He returned home on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Rabe of Omaha and Tanya Lynch and son of Omaha were March 22nd week-end visitors at the Bernice Klapei and the Rabe families of Big Stone. Big Stone City Round Table Club met at the home of Judy Williamson at 7:30 on March 26 with eight members present. Several items of business were discussed and plans were finalized for the food booth the club members will have at the tractor pull on July 13th. The next meeting will be held at the home of Dori Scoblic April 23rd at 7:30 p.m. Aaryn Hoye gave a , report on her three month stay as a foreign exchange student in Austria. Library reading program winners Winners for each week of the Adult Reading Program at the Ononville Public Library were selected recently. Week one winner of a Hilltop Video gift certificate was Darlene Rheingans, Wayne Benshoof won a Dairy Queen gift certificate in week two, a Bill's Super Valu Plus gift cer- tificate was won by Pat O'Neill in week three, and Shaylene Star?. receives a Liebe Drug gift certificate from week four. Pat Janke was week five's winner, and gets a Car?wright Drug certificate, Judy Johnson wins a prize donated from Pamida for week six, Ila Rae Kaufman takes home a Hilltop Cafe gift certificate for week seven, week eight winner was Becky Block, who receives a Dairy Queen certificate, and for the final week, Carol Barrett will receive a Hilltop Video gift cer- tificate. Thanks to everyone who helped make the program a success. Make sure to stop by the library to read the book reviews supplied by all the par- ticipants - you might find a good book for next year's program. February. Carla Olson, Occupational Therapist, participated in a course entitled "Oral Motor Assessment and Intervention" which provided information and practical experience regarding evaluation of lips, cheeks, tongue and jaw, as they pertain to various feeding disorders. Heidi Sweeney, Occupational Therapy Assistant, participated in a course entitled "Treatment Perspectives for Sensory Modulation Disorders" which explore different models of treatment emphasizing postural, respiratory, auditory and heavy work strategies to enhance therapy sessions in the pediatric setting. (Adv.) Open house 80th for Lorraine Sumner Please help Lorraine Sumner celebrate her 80th:birthday on Saturday, April 13th 2002 at the Bellingham Legion Auxiliary Room from 2-4 p.m. Your presence is your gift. Mueller-Homrighausen Hilary Louise Mueller and Derek Jerome Homrighausen were united in marriage on Saturday, August 18, 2001 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Ortonville. Parents of the couple are Myron and Beth Mueller and David and Jerrolyn Homrighausen, all of Ortonville. Special guests were Shirley Kindt, Gordon and Delores Mueller, grandparents of the bride and Gaylord and Arlyce Weeding, grand- parents of the groom. Officiating at the ceremony was Rev. Richard Boehnke. Providing music for the wedding were Sarah Miller as organist and vocalists Jena Tobin and Travis Scoblic, friends of the couple, Dorienne Huizenga, Laura Berger, Ronda Sellin, and Denise Scherer, aunts of the groom. Instrumentalists were Kylene Huizenga, cousin of the groom, Carmen Leger, friend of the couple, and Rachelle Homrighausen, sister of the groom. Gabriel Berger, cousin of the groom, served as acolyte. The bride wore an ivory gown by Mon Cherie. Her bouquet was of yel- low gerbera daisies and white alstroe- meria. Jessica DeBolt, cousin of the bride, was her personal attendant. Maid of honor was Laura Lantis, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were The g Homri Groomsmen Jeremy Joshua and Nathan bride. The Streit, cousin ushers were Kirchberg, of the cousin of tl Guest HomrighatU and Stepha bride. Kindt, Berger the groom, A dinner at Sioux couples the and Ronda the groom Dorienne groom, and the groom's by Laura B, aunts Julee of the bride. Gina Adams Katherine WL Carrie making Howrd:anddfarry4ieke d,friends Hila is-e of the bride. Sydney Raffety, the University groom's niece, was flower girl. All Harry Mey wore gowns of mallard blue and car- heating and ried bouquets of yellow gerbera Schwickert' daisies. No one COVCrS Minnesota better. It's comforting to .know?hat Blue Cross has been providing quality health care plans the variety of plans for individuals, groups and plan! Medicare. we've got you covered. Give me Beth Mue]]er, agent ..,: (located in Cenbank building) I1 13 NW First Street Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-6145 BELLINGHAM BEARCAT WRESTLERS are shown above. All wrestlers three of the team's members will be beading to state this weekend in Rochester. front, left to right, are Jonathon Hoffman, Logan Tosel and Andrea Hoffman. Jordan Brehmer, State Wrestler Hanna Fredrichsen, Colton Brehmer, back are State Wrestler Dillan Roggenhuck, Brian Dempcy, State Wrestler Eric Tyler Fredrichsen, Matthew Brehmer, Jason Roggenbuck and Luke Tosel. Not Aaron Eddy and Dustin Seifelt. Page 8 00INDEPENDENT