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ric buildings on city's Mainstreet 2af Mayme's +Dresses l hncidcr ong : Hotel and IHal] of the Hdqtn. ,:as + +'mrie_.Jat Drug Mayme's Bernie's Food Ston + l , Flowers IErme s by Bob i Food !Store Emie's i Food !Peterson's Store Ben Franklin Sabatka Meat .Market Etc. Consign= merit [obin's i Mont. i W I-LO. Hanson Hrdw. McLane Hardwm-e S Dr. Conroy iRSVP Oeorgia's Law Office Apparel Am. Family West Central Computer +t-IRA IK.iem's 5awald !Radio & TV 3isu--rs Hardwax Bertelson Billiard Hall Chick Zweiner BLOCK mainstreet buildings on historic register former business places downtown Ononville is also on the National Register of Historic Sites. After the previous block was printed, the only business that was called in was the office of Dr. Watzke, optometrist, in the upstairs of the Pizza Ranch build- rag. Call the Big Stone County Museum with corrections and omis- sions of any businesses at 839-3359. Count% Historical have compiled a hated through- in On(mille mainstreet on the National ister. is shov, n here on the between Madison iAenues. block in the research of Jorgenson many, many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Services were held at the Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church in Apple Valley, Monday, April 1 at 7 p.m. with Pastor Bonnie Wilcox officiating. A memorial service will be held at Artichoke Lake Baptist Church, Artichoke Township, April 2 at 2 p.m. with Pastor Robert Gravley officiating. She loved people and through the gift of her organs she will live on. Memorials preferred to the trust fund h)r Dann,. 's education. o 3 i! born on April 10. 1967 li s and passed awa at In Minneapolis on. 24, 2002 at the age of from Ortonville with the class of 1985. most of the ensuing and working in the her untimel death lear old son Danny. and Joanne Jorgenson. tw, Doug and :nson and their famdv. Randy Evenson ar/d &llles The region's only fasino with Rouh, tte and Pokt, d Punch Grand Prize Giveaway D Wednesday, April 24 rawings for cash from &mpm win $10,OOO Instantlyl Three Great Dining Choices! Fine Dining at Seven Fires All-You-Can_Eat Lunch & Dinner Buffet rs and Cocktails in the Lounge Little River Band LIVE! April 1l p,. Call today to view these desirable homes...6l 2-247-5948 Exit I off l-Z9 on the North and South Dakota border 1.800.DAKOTA 5 .dakotamagic, Prior's Variety S'S C.W. Selmder ElaJl's Ready- to-Wear Anderson Acd. Pioneer Mea Market GeOo Shumaker Meat Market Lard Kettle Radio Shack Ivan's Mens Wear G-msenick Clothing Lakeside Hardware basemmat C.,immes's Deeormag Jurgens Hxdw. Klempa Hrdw. Sekder Me Market Kam Saloon Habicht's Dept. Store Federated Store Kleimchmidt Foods Kollhz Store e Ron's Wood Posts Culver's Dept. Store Gudey's Grocery 1897 SCHMIDT 1903 GROSENICK World War II Memories from Helga Barr:s scrapbook JJJJJJJl00 (Editor's note: This is one in a ser/es of articles, many from The Independent, found in a chef/shed scrapbook compiled by Ortonville's Helga (Mrs. Sam) Barr.) +. _ 8$$S$$$S Sgt. Ted McAtee Visits Calcutta "'I have been in Calcutta and it has been grand to get back to a civilized place with good f'ood and all," writes Sgt Ted McAtee from India to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. EX. McAtee of this city. 'q'he Red Cross," he continues "has one grand .setup here for the boys. We get a bed, and shower for 30 cents a night. Meals are from 30 to 45 cents and very gocxl. A PX is here, grand lounge with desks, also a bil- liard and a music room" "It just isn't possible to describe the Orient as we see it here. You'd have to see it for yourself but to say the least it is very interesting." "Tomorrow my work will be fin- ished here and then I'll have to think about getting back to the old grind." West Central Dairy Days I si recipe contest set Mu ngs from the Museum Do you have a favorite recipe cream, andy,,gurt. using dairy products? Here's your 5. Recipes do not need to be origi- By: Norman Shelsta, Historical Society Board Member A belated Happy Easter to everyone from us at the museum, and a wonderful springtime and a very bountiful farming year is our wish for you all at this time. The winter was quite mild, as compared to alot of other years in recent times. Our Sports and Leis,e show was a big success as usual. Our museum's booth featured the history of the rural schools in Big Stone County. The Larry Helgeson family did an excellent job of coordinating the ideas that portrayed life in a rural school. His very detailed map of the county, with each rural school, is on display at our museum for you to see on your next visit. Every school is numbered, and many of them have pictures that accompany them. Personally I had a stake in rural education myself, having attended one for eight years, then several years later, teaching rural schools in South Dakota . That is where the first five years of my 33 year teaching career took place. So you who attended rural school know aim about-the things that went on. Those Chnst05 prpgra-u were + exciting, and the County Superintllent's two visits each term, made everyone shiver, especially the teacher, or didn't you notice??? I know that I certainly did, those were quite file days !!!!! Our museum staff has been busy all winter, keeping the museum open every day. We are now doing some remodeling, but welcome your visit Prairie Five menu Reservations may be made by calling the Senior Center. When requesting a meal call the Senior Center the day prior to eating at 839- 3555 before 5 p.m. Tuday, Apr. 2 Meafloaf, Creamed Potatoes, Peas 'N Carrots, Butterscotch Pudding, Whole Wheat Bread Wednesday, Apr. 3 Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Lettuce/Banana Salad, Ice Cream Sundae, Whole Wheat Dinner Roll Thursday, Apr. 4 Creamed Turkey, Baking Powder Biscuit, Carrots, Peach Sauce, Apple Ring Friday, Apr. 5 Pork Chop, Baked Potato, Cream Style Corn, Birthday Cake, Rye Bread Monday, Apr. 8 Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Wise. Blend Vegetables, Cream Pie, Whole Wheat Bread Tuesday, Apr. 9 Glazed Ham, Sweet Potatoes, Buttered Cabbage, Watergate Salad, Rye Bread ) ,o00ed { I. Leaky Basemems Made Dry (No df== up yard) 2. Budding Walls Straightened 3. Crumbling Walls Restored J Over :35 Yea. of Servk:e ( Prm Systems www.cofn 1-800-348-6247 CIJ20037736 any time. We have a lot of booksthat are available to check out, that will brief you on things, both now and long ago. Congratulations to the Trojan Basketball Team, on their huge success in going farther into the state tournaments than anyone has ever gone before. When more fans are in the bleachers cheering than there are residents in the city of Ortonville, we know that there was alot of excitement for everyone. For many of us still at home watching it on television there was excitement everywhere. So thanks to the parents, teachers, coaches, players, and all the fans who cheered you onward. In closing, may I dedicate this writing to a long time friend, Justine Anderson, who while watching her great grandson sinking those baskets, made her the Proudest Great Grandmother in Minnesota chance to win some money and get published by sharing your recipe. Enter the West Central Dairy Days Recipe Contest. I. Each recipe must be on a sepa- rate piece of paper, typed or neatly printed. 2. List category and name of recipe: a)Breads b)Main Dishes c)Appetizers/Salads d)Desserts e)Beverages 3. Recipe and instructions must be complete (pan size, time, temperature, # of servings, etc.) 4. Recipes must include at least two real dairy products (look on the package for the Real Seal, your assur- ance of a real dairy product), such as butter, buttermilk, cheese, cottage cheese, cream, ice cream, milk, sour nal. 6. Include name, address, county, and phone number on each entry. 7. Only legible entries will be eli- gible. 8. Three prizes will be awarded in each category: I st $30.00 2nd $20.00 3rd $10.(g) 9. Prizes are limited to one per contestant. 10. Winning entries will be pub- lished in the West Central Tribune in early June as well as in flyers that will be distributed at Dairy Days events, at Cash Wise in Willmar, and throughout a 10-county area. 11. Recipes must be postmarked by May 1, 2002. Mail to: Dairy Days Recipe Contest P O Box 695 Willmar, MN 56201 ORTONVILLE HAS +Quality, Affordable Housing For Rent CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT! These homes are located just east of the Ortonville library. These homes consist of two duplexes. Two units have two bedrooms and two units have one bed- room. They all have nice hardwood floors, beautiful woodwork, white walls, Vermont fireplaces and off-street parking. Ready in 90 days. : +: : This quaint house gets its name from the creative floral design on the exterior. It is a two bedroom home with beautiful ceramic tile floodng, nice woodwork, white walls and lots of windows to let in the sunlight, a Vermont fireplace and off-street parking. Ready soon! Iili Flower house is located half a block off main street on Pacific Ave. Ortonville Property Partners "Look for the lighthouse symbolizing safe, clean, affordable housing." Ortonville, MN Jim Larson 612-247-5948 II " 2002 INDEPENDENT Page 3b