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SAMPLING THE CAKE made at Bonanza are Big Stone sixth graders Melissa Grabow, Ashley Athey, Annie Voecks and Jeb Thune. Big Stone students Saturday morning visitors at the Wally and Joyce Norby home. travel to Bonanza Rita Turner visited at Wally and Joyce Norby home on Wednesday. Sixth grade students from Big Stone City, SD took a trip to Bonanza recently to learn about survival tech- niques. While there, the students were taught how to build a fire with flint and steel. They also learned how and where to build a proper shelter in case of an emergency. Students discussed the types of sur- vival packs they could put together, to place in their car in the winter. At the end of the day, the kids built a shelter, started a fire, and baked a cake in the fire. These activities were in culmination to the book Hatchet, which the students had just finished reading. ' i 7" :[ Bellingham/ Lou!sburg .. i By Margret Stueckrath Phone 568-2430 Mrs. Albert Hoffman was not present when her name was called for $20 at the Bellingham Community Day Drawing on April 2nd. April 9th the drawing will be for $40. Walter Township United Fund drive was held Feb-March and a total of $828.50 was donated. These funds were sent to these various groups: Diabetes, Sister Kenny, Heart, Cancer, Red Cross, Salvation Army, Courage Center, Arc of Mn, Willmar Regional Treatment Center, Marietta Ambulance and Nassau Fire Dept. The people in charge of collecting were Linda Sis, Marie Koeckeritz, Edwin Goetsch and Richard Maatz. Wally Norby visited his sister Grace Johnson at the Appleton Nursing Home on Thursday. Patty and Katy Norby of Eden Prairie: Lilly Stock or Correll, were Wally and Joyce Norby took Hakon and Mavis Nielsen to Watertown, SD for doctor appointments last week. Ron Nelson visited Saturday with his nephew Kevin from Minneapolis. Joyce Stowe visited Ron Nelson Friday. They picked out new siding for the trailer. Ron Nelson visited Buster Goetsch on Tuesday at the Madison Hospital and had a doctors appointment later. Bryan Rakow spent Sunday at the Lawrence Rakow home for a belated birthday party. Dinner guests included Bryan, Craig Rakow and Kevin Holman of Plymouth. Afternoon callers were Violet and Dwight Borgerson, Gloria Sorenson of Louisburg, Clarence Heipler of Madison, Erin and Maurice Wollschlager, Colby and Haley of Madison, and Eric and Lynn Lund, Kelsea and Macey of Louisburg. Lucille Nelson returned home on Sunday afternoon after spending the winter at Casa Del Sol at Donna, TX. Tom and Lynette Nelson spent a few days at Casa Del Sol and accompanied Lucille home. Bruce Dahl of Winstead came to Bellingham for business and took his mother Betty Nelson out to lunch on Monday. LOUISBURG Charles and Ihla Thomson returned home Thursday evening after spending three months at Donna, TX. Sunday evening visitors at Lawrence and Edith Thomson were Charles and Ihla Thomson and Don and Ella Thomson. Sunday afternoon Charles and Ihla Thomson visited Arnie Johnson and Clara Pederson at the Madison Lutheran Home. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY BIG STONE SIXTH graders visited Bonanza recently to learn survival skills. Shown above learning how to start a fire is Hillori Gronholz, Melissa Grabow, Eric Carlson, Zach Raffety and Jeb Thune. I Bellingham school news Serviceman The second grade class wrote letters to Barry Fernholz, a nephew of Sister Kays. He is stationed in Camp Virginia, Kuwait. Our thoughts and prayers are with him. It's Another Boy!" Our congratulations goes out to Ruth and Paul Strong at the birth of their son, Andrew, born on Monday, March 10. Nathan is the BIG brother! Parent/Teacher Conferences Once again we had a good turnout at Parent/Teacher conferences last Tuesday. The percentages were: Preppies 77% Kindergarten 100% First grade 88% Second grade 92% Third grade 92% Fourth grade 57% Fifth grade 86% Sixth grade 80% Over all 85% Calendar Tuesday, 4-8 3:00 Gymnastics; 3- 5 Preschool Open House Thursday, 4-10 1:45 Statewide tornado drill; 3:00 gymnastics I Friday, 4-11 Play in U of M, Morris; All Preppies in school Saturday, 4-12 State wrestling- Albany Sunday, 4-13 Palm Sunday Breakfast Tuesday--grape juice, cherry strudel, strawberry yogurt, and milk. Wednesday--apple juice, waffles, break fast links and milk. Thursday--orange juice, cold cereals, journey bar and milk. Friday--apple juice, french toast, break fast link and milk. Lunch Tuesday--chicken noodle soup. summer sausage sandwiches, orange slices, pine apple tidbits, PBJ and milk. Wednesday--hot ham & cheese sandwiches, tator tots, sliced pears, chocolate pudding cup, PBJ and milk. Thursday--Italian spaghetti, green beans, banana, brownies, garlic bread, PBJ and milk. Friday--Burger King at Morris **Easter vacation will be Friday, April 18- Monday, April 21 You'll get the best vehicle alignment! New 4-Wheel Alignment Machine We'll handle all your insurance work for you/ PROPANE MAKES YOU FEEL MORE AT HOME WITH YOUR HOME• • Water heaters • Comfortable • Furnaces • Reliable • Fireplaces • Efficient • Barbecue • Clean • Gas walkway lamps • Versatile • Affordable • Dryers • Cooktops Kevin's is the area's most well equipped body shop with two frame machinesl • Towing with wrecker and roll back • Major collision repair .Frame and suspension work • Wfndshleld repair and replacement LOCK YOUR KEYS IN YOUR CAR? WE'LL GET THEM OUT! • Your Minnesota | | L-'€ 320-839-3066 (shop) propane I00atem I PROPANE I 605-676-2457 (home) STT-=S=-o:7= I EXCEmTONALEmRGC I Y KEVINRAAF I , I .. Minnesota St..Ortonville, MN 56271825th gear in business ot soe IocmmBation! -..,:.x_ ฎ " " April 25 • 26 • 27 • Drinking Water Systems • Iron Removal Systems • Salt Delivery Appleton, MN Phone 289-1999 iu Minnesota State Fairgrounds Minnesota's largest equine trade show and breed exhibition Over 42,000 attended in 2002/ i PRCA RODEO 6:45 Friday & Saturday 3:00 Sunday Matinee Box SeatS $7 Reserved Seats $3 plus daily Expo admission • See Pat and Linda Parelli, Lynn Palm, Gene Ovnicek, Dr. Deb Bennett and other equine professionals • Visit over 700 equine product & service vendor booths • Watch 300 horses from over 50 breed registries • Buy or sell at the huge new and used Tack & Clothing Consignment Sale managed by Minnesota 4-H Horse Asociation. 320-252-3542 • Free horse, pony, and carnage rides. www.mnhoraeexpo.org 952-9224666 Hours: Friday & Saturday 8:30am - 9:30pm; Sunday 8:30am - 5:0Opm Daily Expo Admission: $7 ages 13-61; $4 ages 6-12; $4 ages 62 and over Page 10 INDEPENDENT Obituaries Jim Carlson Services for Jim Carlson, 59, of Ortonville, will be held at 10:00 am today, Tuesday, April 8, 2003 at First English Lutheran Church in Ortonville with Rev. Marlene Elmstrom officiating. Music will be provided by \\; Amy Adelman, organist and Loren Rademacher will be the vocalist. Pallbearers will be Richard Brown, Pat Greuel, Chuck Henningson, Rick Hentges, Art Lee and Roger Lundberg. Honorary pallbearers will be all of Jim's contractors. Visitation will be on Monday, April 7, 2003 from 5 to 8 pm at the Larson Funeral Home of Ortonville with a prayer service at 7:30pm. Burial will be in the Eidskog Cemetery. Jim passed away last Saturday, April 5, 2003 in Ortonville. Jim Carlson was born June 2, 1943 at St. Paul, to parents Vernon and Dorothy (Duerr) Carlson. He was baptized and confirmed in St. Paul. He graduated from Alexander Ramsey High School, St. Paul, in 1961. Jim married Sharon Henningson on March 21, 1964 at Ortonville. Jim has worked for Reynolds Manufacturing; Stanley L Hanson Stanley LeRoy Hanson, 92, of Benson died Wednesday at Swift County-Benson Hospital. The service was at 11 a.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church in Benson with the Rev. Dan Tomlinson officiating. Burial will be private. Visitation will be for one hour prior to services at the church. Arrangements are with Jacobson- Zniewski Funeral Home in Benson. He was born Oct. 8,1910, in Correll to Charles and Hulda (Olson) Hanson. He grew up in Artichoke Township, Big Stone County, where he went to rural school. He also went to Bethel Academy in St Paul and graduated from Ortonville High School. He served in the United States Shell Station, and Drywall. He moved to and started Carlson Jim was a member Lutheran Church as an usher and Miibank gun club, a member of the Odessa Club, Graceville Aeration systems in Long Tom Lake was also a former and 4-H leader. Jim enjoyed shooting and time in with his family, grandchildren. Jim is survived by hi - of Ortonville; children, Pillatzki of Muenchow of (Kelly O'Sullivan) Valley; g Monica, Emily, Tracy Pillatzki Muenchow; brother, Carlson of North St. law, Nancy Carlson mother-in-law, Fran Ortonville; brothers" (Marilyn) Milt (Linda) Glenn (Deb) He Ortonville aunts, uncles Larson Funeral Home! is in charge of the Army. 796th Ordinanข Division, in the Phili from 1942 to 1945. He married Thompson on April Ortonville. He Lake Trading Post from Later, he system until retirement in He was a member o fl Church in Benson. He is survived by daughters, Andrea McCormick (and Jim) Richards of one step-granddaughter. He was brothers and one sister. Margaret "Betty" Van Lith Funeral services for Margaret "Betty" Van Lith, 86, of Ortonville, were held Satay, April 5, _ 2003 at St. John's Catholic Church in Ortonville. Fr. Bob Goblirsch was the celebrant. Pallbearers were John Van Lith, Joe Van Lith, Frank Van Lith, Peter Karels, Richard Janke and Dennis Filbin. Pat Kunz was the organist. Burial was in the Mound Cemetery in Ortonville. Margaret Gowan was born in Ortonville on Jan. 6,1917 to Bill and Irene (Kelly) Gowan. She married Bill Van Lith on Dec. 26, 1943. She spent most of her life in the Ortonville area, moving to Minneapolis for a brief time, before returning to Ortonville. Betty spent the last two years as a resident of Northridge Residence. She enjoyed spending time with Delores Perry. Funeral services for Delores Perry were held Monday, April 7th 2003, at the First Congregational Church in Appleton. Pastor Herbert Rotunda officiated. Judy Pfaff was organist and Jeanette Pfaff sang special vocal music. Pallbearers were Dennis Bartz, Donovan Bartz, Mark Bohlman, Jamie Slaughter, Brad Wilson, and Rod Wilson. Interment was at the Appleton City Cemetery. Delores Sylvia Perry was born Jan. 15, 1928, in Akron Township, Big Stone County, to parents George and Emma (Bohlman) Wilson. She was baptized and confirmed at Grace Lutheran Church in Correll. Delores attended school at Hantho School, Oak Ridge School, and Appleton High School. On Jan. 30, 1946 she was married to Ralph Perry at the United Methodist Church parsonage. After their marriage they farmed in Akron Township until retiring in 1998. Delores spent most of her life working as a mother and homemaker. For a short time she worked at the Appleton Municipal Nursing Home. Delores was an active member of the First Congregational Church. She participated in all forms of the church women's Diaconate and the Ladies Aid. She belonged to TOPS and a her friends there family who came Although she was not the last loved to chat with stop in to say hi. Betty passed awaY April 1, 2003 at Residence in age of 86 years, two days. A special thank staff at the Northridge the care extended to stay with them. She is survived daughters, Margo Maple Grove, and Jan Chandler, AZ; and Jeff Sauer and Jenny of Chandler, AZ. She was preceded it parents, one brother, sisters, Mary Helett Osterling. Memorials may American Heart Larson Funeral Horae was in charge homemakers club, gardening, cooking, family, and hel farm work. She vacations with her shopping Delores was a mother and wife. She grandmother to great sense of humor find happiness Delores died Friday 4th, at the A Nursing Home. She age of 75 years, two days. She is survived by Alan Perry of Ann) Perry of Perry of Christopher Perry sisters: Dorothy and Helen (and Appleton; her Wilson, of A law and Marion) Snelling, nieces, nephews, Delores is parents, 2000; her sister, brother, Dale Wilson; his wife, Elwood and and her 55-Alive class set The 55-Alive four-hour refresher class will be held at the Ortonville Senior Center on Monday, April 14, from 6 to 10 pm. Persons must register for this class to ensure a place in it. They may do so by calling at Senior Paula at 839-3555 at Those who wish must first have had Alive course. SAMPLING THE CAKE made at Bonanza are Big Stone sixth graders Melissa Grabow, Ashley Athey, Annie Voecks and Jeb Thune. Big Stone students Saturday morning visitors at the Wally and Joyce Norby home. travel to Bonanza Rita Turner visited at Wally and Joyce Norby home on Wednesday. Sixth grade students from Big Stone City, SD took a trip to Bonanza recently to learn about survival tech- niques. While there, the students were taught how to build a fire with flint and steel. They also learned how and where to build a proper shelter in case of an emergency. Students discussed the types of sur- vival packs they could put together, to place in their car in the winter. At the end of the day, the kids built a shelter, started a fire, and baked a cake in the fire. These activities were in culmination to the book Hatchet, which the students had just finished reading. ' i 7" :[ Bellingham/ Lou!sburg .. i By Margret Stueckrath Phone 568-2430 Mrs. Albert Hoffman was not present when her name was called for $20 at the Bellingham Community Day Drawing on April 2nd. April 9th the drawing will be for $40. Walter Township United Fund drive was held Feb-March and a total of $828.50 was donated. These funds were sent to these various groups: Diabetes, Sister Kenny, Heart, Cancer, Red Cross, Salvation Army, Courage Center, Arc of Mn, Willmar Regional Treatment Center, Marietta Ambulance and Nassau Fire Dept. The people in charge of collecting were Linda Sis, Marie Koeckeritz, Edwin Goetsch and Richard Maatz. Wally Norby visited his sister Grace Johnson at the Appleton Nursing Home on Thursday. Patty and Katy Norby of Eden Prairie: Lilly Stock or Correll, were Wally and Joyce Norby took Hakon and Mavis Nielsen to Watertown, SD for doctor appointments last week. Ron Nelson visited Saturday with his nephew Kevin from Minneapolis. Joyce Stowe visited Ron Nelson Friday. They picked out new siding for the trailer. Ron Nelson visited Buster Goetsch on Tuesday at the Madison Hospital and had a doctors appointment later. Bryan Rakow spent Sunday at the Lawrence Rakow home for a belated birthday party. Dinner guests included Bryan, Craig Rakow and Kevin Holman of Plymouth. Afternoon callers were Violet and Dwight Borgerson, Gloria Sorenson of Louisburg, Clarence Heipler of Madison, Erin and Maurice Wollschlager, Colby and Haley of Madison, and Eric and Lynn Lund, Kelsea and Macey of Louisburg. Lucille Nelson returned home on Sunday afternoon after spending the winter at Casa Del Sol at Donna, TX. Tom and Lynette Nelson spent a few days at Casa Del Sol and accompanied Lucille home. Bruce Dahl of Winstead came to Bellingham for business and took his mother Betty Nelson out to lunch on Monday. LOUISBURG Charles and Ihla Thomson returned home Thursday evening after spending three months at Donna, TX. Sunday evening visitors at Lawrence and Edith Thomson were Charles and Ihla Thomson and Don and Ella Thomson. Sunday afternoon Charles and Ihla Thomson visited Arnie Johnson and Clara Pederson at the Madison Lutheran Home. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY BIG STONE SIXTH graders visited Bonanza recently to learn survival skills. Shown above learning how to start a fire is Hillori Gronholz, Melissa Grabow, Eric Carlson, Zach Raffety and Jeb Thune. I Bellingham school news Serviceman The second grade class wrote letters to Barry Fernholz, a nephew of Sister Kays. He is stationed in Camp Virginia, Kuwait. Our thoughts and prayers are with him. It's Another Boy!" Our congratulations goes out to Ruth and Paul Strong at the birth of their son, Andrew, born on Monday, March 10. Nathan is the BIG brother! Parent/Teacher Conferences Once again we had a good turnout at Parent/Teacher conferences last Tuesday. The percentages were: Preppies 77% Kindergarten 100% First grade 88% Second grade 92% Third grade 92% Fourth grade 57% Fifth grade 86% Sixth grade 80% Over all 85% Calendar Tuesday, 4-8 3:00 Gymnastics; 3- 5 Preschool Open House Thursday, 4-10 1:45 Statewide tornado drill; 3:00 gymnastics I Friday, 4-11 Play in U of M, Morris; All Preppies in school Saturday, 4-12 State wrestling- Albany Sunday, 4-13 Palm Sunday Breakfast Tuesday--grape juice, cherry strudel, strawberry yogurt, and milk. Wednesday--apple juice, waffles, break fast links and milk. Thursday--orange juice, cold cereals, journey bar and milk. Friday--apple juice, french toast, break fast link and milk. Lunch Tuesday--chicken noodle soup. summer sausage sandwiches, orange slices, pine apple tidbits, PBJ and milk. Wednesday--hot ham & cheese sandwiches, tator tots, sliced pears, chocolate pudding cup, PBJ and milk. Thursday--Italian spaghetti, green beans, banana, brownies, garlic bread, PBJ and milk. Friday--Burger King at Morris **Easter vacation will be Friday, April 18- Monday, April 21 You'll get the best vehicle alignment! New 4-Wheel Alignment Machine We'll handle all your insurance work for you/ PROPANE MAKES YOU FEEL MORE AT HOME WITH YOUR HOME• • Water heaters • Comfortable • Furnaces • Reliable • Fireplaces • Efficient • Barbecue • Clean • Gas walkway lamps • Versatile • Affordable • Dryers • Cooktops Kevin's is the area's most well equipped body shop with two frame machinesl • Towing with wrecker and roll back • Major collision repair .Frame and suspension work • Wfndshleld repair and replacement LOCK YOUR KEYS IN YOUR CAR? WE'LL GET THEM OUT! • Your Minnesota | | L-'€ 320-839-3066 (shop) propane I00atem I PROPANE I 605-676-2457 (home) STT-=S=-o:7= I EXCEmTONALEmRGC I Y KEVINRAAF I , I .. Minnesota St..Ortonville, MN 56271825th gear in business ot soe IocmmBation! -..,:.x_ ฎ " " April 25 • 26 • 27 • Drinking Water Systems • Iron Removal Systems • Salt Delivery Appleton, MN Phone 289-1999 iu Minnesota State Fairgrounds Minnesota's largest equine trade show and breed exhibition Over 42,000 attended in 2002/ i PRCA RODEO 6:45 Friday & Saturday 3:00 Sunday Matinee Box SeatS $7 Reserved Seats $3 plus daily Expo admission • See Pat and Linda Parelli, Lynn Palm, Gene Ovnicek, Dr. Deb Bennett and other equine professionals • Visit over 700 equine product & service vendor booths • Watch 300 horses from over 50 breed registries • Buy or sell at the huge new and used Tack & Clothing Consignment Sale managed by Minnesota 4-H Horse Asociation. 320-252-3542 • Free horse, pony, and carnage rides. www.mnhoraeexpo.org 952-9224666 Hours: Friday & Saturday 8:30am - 9:30pm; Sunday 8:30am - 5:0Opm Daily Expo Admission: $7 ages 13-61; $4 ages 6-12; $4 ages 62 and over Page 10 INDEPENDENT Obituaries Jim Carlson Services for Jim Carlson, 59, of Ortonville, will be held at 10:00 am today, Tuesday, April 8, 2003 at First English Lutheran Church in Ortonville with Rev. Marlene Elmstrom officiating. Music will be provided by \\; Amy Adelman, organist and Loren Rademacher will be the vocalist. Pallbearers will be Richard Brown, Pat Greuel, Chuck Henningson, Rick Hentges, Art Lee and Roger Lundberg. Honorary pallbearers will be all of Jim's contractors. Visitation will be on Monday, April 7, 2003 from 5 to 8 pm at the Larson Funeral Home of Ortonville with a prayer service at 7:30pm. Burial will be in the Eidskog Cemetery. Jim passed away last Saturday, April 5, 2003 in Ortonville. Jim Carlson was born June 2, 1943 at St. Paul, to parents Vernon and Dorothy (Duerr) Carlson. He was baptized and confirmed in St. Paul. He graduated from Alexander Ramsey High School, St. Paul, in 1961. Jim married Sharon Henningson on March 21, 1964 at Ortonville. Jim has worked for Reynolds Manufacturing; Stanley L Hanson Stanley LeRoy Hanson, 92, of Benson died Wednesday at Swift County-Benson Hospital. The service was at 11 a.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church in Benson with the Rev. Dan Tomlinson officiating. Burial will be private. Visitation will be for one hour prior to services at the church. Arrangements are with Jacobson- Zniewski Funeral Home in Benson. He was born Oct. 8,1910, in Correll to Charles and Hulda (Olson) Hanson. He grew up in Artichoke Township, Big Stone County, where he went to rural school. He also went to Bethel Academy in St Paul and graduated from Ortonville High School. He served in the United States Shell Station, and Drywall. He moved to and started Carlson Jim was a member Lutheran Church as an usher and Miibank gun club, a member of the Odessa Club, Graceville Aeration systems in Long Tom Lake was also a former and 4-H leader. Jim enjoyed shooting and time in with his family, grandchildren. Jim is survived by hi - of Ortonville; children, Pillatzki of Muenchow of (Kelly O'Sullivan) Valley; g Monica, Emily, Tracy Pillatzki Muenchow; brother, Carlson of North St. law, Nancy Carlson mother-in-law, Fran Ortonville; brothers" (Marilyn) Milt (Linda) Glenn (Deb) He Ortonville aunts, uncles Larson Funeral Home! is in charge of the Army. 796th Ordinanข Division, in the Phili from 1942 to 1945. He married Thompson on April Ortonville. He Lake Trading Post from Later, he system until retirement in He was a member o fl Church in Benson. He is survived by daughters, Andrea McCormick (and Jim) Richards of one step-granddaughter. He was brothers and one sister. Margaret "Betty" Van Lith Funeral services for Margaret "Betty" Van Lith, 86, of Ortonville, were held Satay, April 5, _ 2003 at St. John's Catholic Church in Ortonville. Fr. Bob Goblirsch was the celebrant. Pallbearers were John Van Lith, Joe Van Lith, Frank Van Lith, Peter Karels, Richard Janke and Dennis Filbin. Pat Kunz was the organist. Burial was in the Mound Cemetery in Ortonville. Margaret Gowan was born in Ortonville on Jan. 6,1917 to Bill and Irene (Kelly) Gowan. She married Bill Van Lith on Dec. 26, 1943. She spent most of her life in the Ortonville area, moving to Minneapolis for a brief time, before returning to Ortonville. Betty spent the last two years as a resident of Northridge Residence. She enjoyed spending time with Delores Perry. Funeral services for Delores Perry were held Monday, April 7th 2003, at the First Congregational Church in Appleton. Pastor Herbert Rotunda officiated. Judy Pfaff was organist and Jeanette Pfaff sang special vocal music. Pallbearers were Dennis Bartz, Donovan Bartz, Mark Bohlman, Jamie Slaughter, Brad Wilson, and Rod Wilson. Interment was at the Appleton City Cemetery. Delores Sylvia Perry was born Jan. 15, 1928, in Akron Township, Big Stone County, to parents George and Emma (Bohlman) Wilson. She was baptized and confirmed at Grace Lutheran Church in Correll. Delores attended school at Hantho School, Oak Ridge School, and Appleton High School. On Jan. 30, 1946 she was married to Ralph Perry at the United Methodist Church parsonage. After their marriage they farmed in Akron Township until retiring in 1998. Delores spent most of her life working as a mother and homemaker. For a short time she worked at the Appleton Municipal Nursing Home. Delores was an active member of the First Congregational Church. She participated in all forms of the church women's Diaconate and the Ladies Aid. She belonged to TOPS and a her friends there family who came Although she was not the last loved to chat with stop in to say hi. Betty passed awaY April 1, 2003 at Residence in age of 86 years, two days. A special thank staff at the Northridge the care extended to stay with them. She is survived daughters, Margo Maple Grove, and Jan Chandler, AZ; and Jeff Sauer and Jenny of Chandler, AZ. She was preceded it parents, one brother, sisters, Mary Helett Osterling. Memorials may American Heart Larson Funeral Horae was in charge homemakers club, gardening, cooking, family, and hel farm work. She vacations with her shopping Delores was a mother and wife. She grandmother to great sense of humor find happiness Delores died Friday 4th, at the A Nursing Home. She age of 75 years, two days. She is survived by Alan Perry of Ann) Perry of Perry of Christopher Perry sisters: Dorothy and Helen (and Appleton; her Wilson, of A law and Marion) Snelling, nieces, nephews, Delores is parents, 2000; her sister, brother, Dale Wilson; his wife, Elwood and and her 55-Alive class set The 55-Alive four-hour refresher class will be held at the Ortonville Senior Center on Monday, April 14, from 6 to 10 pm. Persons must register for this class to ensure a place in it. They may do so by calling at Senior Paula at 839-3555 at Those who wish must first have had Alive course.