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SCOUT LEADERS are being recognized by their unit during National Girl Scout Week. Bonnie Pettis - 6th grade Junior Leader, Julie Thymian - 2nd grade Brownie Leader, Deb grade Junior Co-Leader, Tina Strei - 7th grade Cadette Leader, Mona Strege - 5th grade Junior Unit Coordinator, Anne Johnson in inset photo - First Grade Brownie Leader. Not pic- Donais. Kindergarten Daisy Leader, Nancy Parady - 3rd grade Brownie Leader, Lori Nelson - and Lisa Holtz - 8th grade Cadette Leader. news 839-2207 Eugene O&apos;Neill and were Easter the Dennis O'Neill aufman spent Easter Appleton at Ella Rundell went to visit his sister ;. Richard Rundell with relatives in Club met at home on at 1:30. Seven present. They had a r Gardening". POthoider baskets were came out from the Carol Dragt and to buffalo. They went hg's granddaughter confirmation which Jessica's other and A/dith New Ulm. They guests of the David 4th Faith Sprung, coffee guest of Gladys Meister in Milbank and later she visited Maybelle Meister at the Ortonville hospital. Margie Monson sought medical attention for her eyes in Milbank on Thursday. Pat Monson was an overnight guest of Margie Monson one day last weekend. Lillian Ninneman enjoyed a dinner with Minnie Sellin last Sunday. Monday, April 6th there was a wonderful potluck dinner at the Homerite Apartments. Mike and Terry Freeman and Katie, Beth and Matthew of Minneapolis visited at the home of Terry's parents Orlend and Irene Mathison Thursday and Friday. Joy Mathison of Minneapolis spent Easter weekend at the home of her parents Orlend and Irene Mathison. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Danielson of Duluth visited their mothers at Northridge Jessie Iarson and Liliian Danielson last weekend. Walmr'amlisa+Ver Mer and tir + daughter Michelle from Little R'ock, IA visited at the Jack Gable htme and attended the Barber Shop Show in Milbank on Saturday, April 4th. Spring fever of Christian Women The Ortonviile Christian Womens Club would like to extend an invitation to attend their "Suddenly It's Spring" morning coffee on Tuesday, April 21, at the Zion Church on Highland Hwy from 9 to 11 a.m. A special feature "Pretty Practical Pots" by Blossom Hill Gardens from Dawson, will be featured. Liz Bison and Arlene Miller will be painting flower pots and showing birdhouses. Soloist Mark Lindquist will do "Blossoms of Melody". He is an Ortonville high school junior and plays drums in band there and is active in his church youth group. The speaker has "Seed to be Sown" and is Janis Hanson from Canby. She is happy to be a homemaker, former teacher and loves music. Reservations can be made by noon Saturday, April 18 and cancellations by Monday noon, April 20. Call Ruth at 839-3546 Or Violet at 862-8500. .Tickets r $3 i0clugiy and ther is free nursery for tots available atthe church. Mobile meals and his Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sis spent Easter Dragt went Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tuesday, April 14 through Friday, visit Dan Evers who Brehmer and family of Fargo. April 17: Paul and Marilyn Lindahl, tel. Ray and Verna Stoehr were Sunday Bill and Donna Hoel, Lefty and Vi rs and her daughter evening, April 5th visitors at the Jerry Mehihop lraads came out to Jorgenson home. Monday, April 20 through Friday, UnSay afternoon. Jerry and Alma Jorgenson spent the April 24: Mary Geier, Norvin and ly Gordy Delgehausen Easter weekend at the Wayne Shirley Beachem, KathyGilsdorf Pal". Jorgenson home in St. Cloud. ch was a Wednesday Becky Yorg.erson, It :nbuck i Coming events Terry Jenmges to wed 1' S list John and Joanne Torgerson of Big Stone City, SD, announce the 'e State engagement of their daughter Becky Rggenbuck is on the The Big Stone Horticulture Club to Terry Jenniges, son of Lorena and tise. State University. will meet Monday, April 20 at 1:30 Roman Jenniges of Wanda. u_r(l semester that ,n on the dean's list average. She is a and majoring in graduate from Upon entering granted a scholarship in Boise,. and now 'd a scholarship from d dept., and one from ton-Women of BSU. on entering into an re'arch this summer rain Hospital. lest of four daughters ,L-nnis Roggenbuck, auaughter of Mr. and and Sally and the enbuck of Big Stone e named f dean list lUelke of Big Stone the Winter Quarter t.t Minnesota West 1 Technical College, tUdent in the Graphic Program. ointments Jim Diocese nd A. Lucker of the ; of New Ulm has following area 4. Doyle to serve as itch of St. John in With spectal we pastoral care Appleton prison. oblirsch to serve reh of St. John in of St. Joseph in of St James in Delegates named "Cash For Comfrey" Fund at County GOP Convention Raiser Supper Wednesday A crowd of over 40 people . gathered at the Cashtown Cafe on March 27 to hear Steve Sviggum, House Minority Leader speak at the Big Stone County Republican Convention. Sviggum gave an energetic talk on the condition of affairs in our. government and the importance of grassroots activity. Other speakers for the evening included Tory Westrom Representative for 13A, Arlyle Danielson, candidate for House of Representatives 13B, Craig Duehring candidate for U.S. Congress, and Judie Rosendahl 2nd District Chairwoman. Also speaking to the group were representatives for Allen Quiet, Joanne Benson, and Dick Borrell, candidates for Governor of Minnesota. At the business portion of the meeting, several resolutions were passed, and delegates and alternates were elected to attend the District and State Conventions to be held this summer. Elected as delegates were: Alta Froelich, Burton Nypen, and Dave Scholberg. Alternates elected were Wee Bison, Lucille Block and Meg Scholberg. Library "Friends" regular meet set April 23rd Friends of the Ortonville Public Library will meet Thursday, April 23, at 7 p.m. at the library. On the agenda is the upcoming annual Library Day and Food Sale at Bill's Super Valu Plus which is set for May 7th. Come and offer your help and ideas. We need a number of willing workers to help with the food sale on that day. What future events should be planned? Our library has a spacious, well lit community room that should be more widely used. Come or call and give us your ideas. Friends annual dues remain at $10 and are payable at the library or to our treasurer Michele Jenkins. Contributions toward the restoration and preservation of the Roland Reed photographs can be made in the same manner. The Clinton Women's Civic Club will be organizing a "Cash For Comfrey" benefit supper this Wednesday, April 15 at the Clinton Memorial building. The event will be co-sponsored by AAL Branch No. 2566. Noting the similarity in popula- tion with the community of Comfrey, which was literally destroyed in the tornado which hit southern Minnesota March 29, the Civic Club felt they wanted to do something special for that commu- nity. At their meeting Monday evening, the Civic Club decided to undertake a Benefit Supper next Wednesday, realizing the time was short, but felt that with assistance from other organizations and the area community, it could be accom- plished. They will be serving a supper meal of barbecues, salads, potato chips, bars and beverage between the hours of 5 and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 15 at the Clinton Memorial Building. They are asking for donations of salads and bars for the event; people willing to donate are asked to please call Shirl Botker at 839-2138. The Civic Club invites all area .people to attend this supper, includ- ing the area communities. The money raised will be brought to the Mayor of Comfrey for use by the .people of that community - again, m recognition of its size and simi- larity to Clinton and other local communities. There will be a free will offering accepted at the door - with all pro- ceeds going to the community of Comfrey. If you cannot attend the dinner Wednesday evening, you my place donations in containers at the Clinton State Bank, Clinton Super Valu, The Kitchen, or leave at The Northern Star office in Clinton. Minnesota Wheat checkoff fails Wheat producers in Minnesota have voted down a proposal to increase by a half cent per bushel the state checkoff for wheat research and promotion. According to official ballot results released by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, the referendum failed on a vote of 810 no and 319 yes. Open 00oaae YOeddin00 700eception la I and laine atTiht codiall invite all iend ad zdativee to e thei, a,egtg at a eceptian honozin thei dat$htez and aon-in-la, ,qtephanie and/44atthem atNiSht. tephanie and//]4attheo 7eed eze married o Sept. 13, 1997 at the (ag-/eva 7eaot, iake ('ahoe, (7e in a piuate amil ceeenon. Che open hoaae eception will ge held on atuday, 7april 2 5, 1998 at (he //]4atado appe la in Otoville, //AI om 6:oo to 9:00 p.m. with dinne aeved at 7 p.m. lea.e ,ae the eaet entrance. Alo local invitationa mill e aent. leaae 7,.'t to (wok: atmiht c'u (320} 839-6102 o home: (320] 269-7740 ] ty 7p,il 18th. / GETA "-.- ., You hwe a lot of plans for the I summer, so let a home equity I loan from Minnwest Bank give you a head start. Use the loan I for whatever you need -- ) : from home improvements, to debt consolidation, to college I expenses, to a new car. "/SUMMER p.m. at the Ann Helgeson home. The bride to be is a 1993 graduate / of Ortonville High School and is  The interest may even be tax- B,.,I,t.-,I,,,. ..lm-,4 , currently employed at Johnson Park l,Vlllli llill, lai 1,11,/ Place in Redwood Falls. ! ,J'-I dedui And, ohome llMD dan's list The groom to be is a 1987 11'''" --B' equity loan features a v, ............... graduate of Wabasso High School The Umversty of Minnesota d s c rrentl ...... " _.." " . . an " u y employed at Kohls- /  I' fixed rate for the entire term uumtla (UMU)has announced tlae Weelhorg Ford in Redwood Falls. I I' "1' of  kmn. Winter 1997-98 Dean s List. There The weddinlz ,;s v,,,-"ned for .,a v.-,.-  II % are 1,017 students who made the on Saturday, lay2, at St Annes  I - " . . C o ic Church in Wabasso. 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