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S Seniors on parade the ATK and trac. all KATHLEEN THYMIAH is the daughter of Brad and Julia Thymian. She has been active in volleyball, softball, knowl- edge bowl, band, drama, BPA, choir, as a Girl Scout leader and Spanish peer tutor. Kathleen received a superior listing on the honor roll, was a BPA state and national entrant, and was named superior for trumpet solos and ensembles. She has worked in the dietary department at Northridge and plans to major in commercial aviation at UND in Grand Forks, ND, planning to be an airline pilot someday. She lists her best high school memory as playing pep band at football games. KELSEY HENNINGSON, daughter of Glenn and Dab Henningson, has been active at OHS in FCA, band, pep band, basketball, solo and ensemble, as key club secre- tary, track, as a Sunday school teacher and mass reader at SL John's, prom committee, and cross country. Kelsey has also received six pep band awards, is a peer tutor and coached fifth and sixth grade girls bes- xetbell, besides being nan3ed to the honor roll, serving as a ninth grade winter carnival almldant and being named to l,..ho's Who publication. lctllheaWorked dU˘ing high SChOOl at the Ortonville Clubhouse and for Hllleran Family Dentisby. She plans to attend the College of St. Benedict. MICHAEL PRIBBENOW is the son of Kathleen Karela and Lloyd Pribbenow. He has been active in concert band, jazz band and pep band, and was in football and concert choir. Michael is also active with the SL Joseph youth group and enjoys snowmobiling, working and being outdoors and spending time with family and friends. He has received pep band and Birch Coulee awards and during high school has worked at Karels Farms. Michael plans to attend NDSCS in Wahpeton, ND for electrical technology, and lists his best high school memory as attend- ing the state basketball touma- ment and playing in the pep band there. JANELLE VOLKENANT, who lists her best high school memory as cruising in her Blazer, is the daughter of Paul and Audrey Volkenant. She has been active in key club, band, camera club, BPA, girls basketball state, as church organist end with TEC. She was named to the Who's Who list for two years, has been on the honor roll and was chosen for girls state. Janelie is also a three time letter winner in track and once in cross country, and has received three pep bend awards as well as being named an eighth grade winter carnival attandanL She has wodmd as a waitress at Hilltop Care end as a CNA at Nordjridge, and plans to attend IBSU or SDSU for nursing. ,/ RYAN FINKE is the son of Dale and Sharon Finke, and has been active in football, baseball and enjoys fishing. He lettered in football and baseball in grades 10-12, and during high school has been employed at Bill's Super Valu Plus and Telnet. Ryan plans to attend either Moorhead State or SDSU after graduation, and lists his best high school mem- ory as Johnny Holmes. MEGAN REIFFENBERGER is the daughter of Mike Reiffenberger and Dab Reiffenberger, and has been employed during school at Cashtown Cafe and the Mulligan Bar and Grill. She's been active in basketball, vol- leyball, track and enjoys jog- ging. Megan is also involved with student council as the class representative and in Fellowship of Christian Athletes, as well as band, pep band and playing the clarineL She also enjoys being with friends and having fun. Megan's awards include all- conference in basketball and volleyball, top defender, MVP, Hustler Award, 1998 rookie of theyesr, 100 assist award, excellent band solos and the century club in track, as well as helping her team to be Pheasant Conference champs for four years. She plans to attend the U of M in Morris. Check out our web site at www.ortonviUeindependent.com ) nt want ads is second nature to of I career 3at t rs, experience 843-225 ,m EOE FILL SPRING POSITIONS. POSITIONS POSSIBLY TO FULL-TIME. Plant operations/deliveries gator Applicators Drivers: CDL Class A & B and weekend work also available) OPPortunity for a semi-retired person) and an application contact or send resume to: .CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE 101 Rand Street, Holloway, MN 56249 will be required to take a drug/alcohol test. tohave an updated health card/physical exam. Employer/AA. B Help wanted ] ROYAL & SUN ALLIANCE is a leading international property/casual- ty insurance company conducting business in more than 130 countries. As a result of our values-based cul- ture, our 7,000 U.S. employees drive our organization toward becoming recognized as the best people and customer company in America. Our Milbank, SD office seeks two Claim Adjuster Trainees. The successful candidates will be responsible for handling assigned automobile claims from initial report to final disposition in a manner which serves the interest of the customer and the company. Candidates must have a high degree of initiative, mature judgment and discretion along with the ability to • adjust, investigate, negotiate and resolve auto claims. The candidate must be a high school graduate. A college degree is preferred or the equivalent. Candidates should have one to two years work related experi- ence. Royal & Sun Alliance offers an excellent work environment, compet- itive compensation, comprehensive benefits and continuing education opportunities. Visit us at www.royalsunalliance-usa.com Qualified candidates submit resume to: Royal & SunAlliance, Attn: Human Resources, 197 Flynn Dr., Suite 500, Milbank, SD 57252, fax 605-432-4574. Equal opportunity employer. Pre-employment drug test- ing & criminal background check. 13-1 JENNA MCFARLANE has bean active at Ortonvilla High School in concert and women's choir, golf and band. She is the daughter of Jim and Karen McFarlane and has been employed throughout high school st Mac Daddy's in Big Stone City, SD. Jenna plans to enter the workforce after grad- uation, and lists her best high school memories as potluck 2002 and going to state for boys basketball. MARIA RAUSCH is the daughter of Paul and Liana Rausch and has been active in softball, pep and jazz band, football and wrestling cheer- leading, band, choir, choir ensemble, Dixieland, key club, being a religious education teacher, as part of the Prairie TEC prolram, writing music, playing piano, Frenchhom and trumpet, fishing, water skiing, collecting stamps, being a wrestling manager, drama, sketching, oil painting, playing Taps at military funerals, swim- ruing, camping, taking family trips and spring play. Maria was on the honor roll, was hon- ored for playing in the Augustans Band Festival for three years, end playing one year at the St. Olaf Band Festival. She has bean employed at Bill's Super Valu Plus and plans to enroll at either Augustans College in Sioux Falls, SD or SDSU in Brookings, studying music education or music perfor- manes. Her best high school memories are having friends that go out of their way to help when she needed them the most, being s wrestling cheer- leader and making new friends over the years. Are you or someone you know a victim of Domestic Violence? The abuse can be PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL, SEXUAL. If you need help or just want to talk, call THE WOMEN'S ADVOCACY RESOURCE CENTER 320:839-2331 or 800-974-3359 All services are free and confidential. Child Care ] LICENSED DAY CARE has openings, all ages. Call (320) 839- 7071. 12-2 Services ] BOOT, SHOE AND ZIPPER repair now available in Milbank at Milbank Glass and More, 605-432- 4774, Hwy. 12. • Also ... shoes stretched, coveralls and work clothes patched. 11-4 CB FARRIER SERVICE-Horse hoof trimming, hot or cold shoeing, corrective trimming. BWFA certified. Chuck Bremer, 605-949-1324 or 605- 623-4306. 11-TF* WANTED...COMPANY DRIVERS That are experienced, reliable, self-motivated individuals. Traffic lanes to Wl, MO, CA and other destinations. NO NORTHEAST. Pay based off of odometer miles. Benefit package with Blue Cross Blue Shield. Safety bonuses. Weekly settlements. 48" and 53' refrigerated trailers. REQUIREMENTS: • 3 YEARS CDL CLASS A EXPERIENCE • CLEAN MVR • MUST BE 25 YEARS OLD OR OLDER Qualified applicants should stop by our office, Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM-5:00 PM or call toll free 1-866-747-7842 or 320-593-4170 for more information. NIGHTHAWK EXPRESS 611 Polydome Drive • Utchfleld, MN 55355 Meetings GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS meetings will be held at 7:30 p.m. every Tuesday at First English Lutheran Church, Ortonville. 36-TF AA' MEETINGS are held every Monday at 8:30 a.m. at 468 Main St., Big Stone City, SD and every Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Ortonville Senior Center, 200 Monroe Ave., Ortonville (use back alley entrance). 17-TF* ALANON MEETINGS are held every Tuesday from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizen Center in Ortonville (use alley entrance). All friends and family members of alco- holics are invited. 32-TF* Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS Thank you to all of the donors who made time to donate blood while the Bloodmobile was here in the Big Stone County area. We had another successful drive and this would not be possible without the assistance of many individuals. Thanks goes to the coordinators in the local communi- ties, callers/recruiters, greeters, can- teen workers, set up and take down people, meal preparers and servers, babysitters and any other people who help make the day successful. Thanks tothe locations that allow us to come and use their facilities: New Life Baptist Church, Graceville Holy Rosary Church Parish Center, Clinton Memorial Building and Beardsley City Auditorium. Thanks also goes to the following businesses and groups for their donations: Pepsi of Ortonville, Coca Cola of Morris, Pioneer Meat Market, Bill's Super Valu, Graceville Country Market, American Dairy Association and VFW Auxiliary 3964. Thanks to the fo!lowing area drives for their contri- butions to the American Red Cross Bloodmobile Fund for Big Stone County, Foster and Otrey. Finally, thanks also goes to the Ortonville Independent, Northern Star and KDIO Radio for the excellent public- ity that they give us for each drive. Carol Finlay and Lois Schmitz, Beardsley; Gerry Lillehaug and Donna Hoxtell, Clinton; Deb Farwell, Graceville; Deb Ellingson, Phyllis Barr and Sharon Scoblic, Ortonville; Liz Ketz, Big Stone County Area 13-1 Coordinator CARD OF THANKS A very big thank you to all of you, in each your own way, you have been very helpful, be it a card, phone call, flowers, balloons, donations or just a hug. It has all been very beneficial to us as we continue this journey. Again, we need to express special thanks to the staff at MeritCare Rehabilitation Center, what a wonderful place; the flight crew who transferred him there; Jessica, Dan, Jesse and their families; Grandpa Danny and Grandma Carol Wiegman and Nicole for their assistance with the children. An extra special thank you to those of you who prepared and assisted with the benefit, the AAL Branches #6843, 1531, 2516, 9735 and Lutheran Brotherhood #8392, Minnwest Bank Ortonville and also to those of you who attended this spe- cial evening to make it all possible. And most of all to Kari and her fami- ly for taking Brandon into their home to recover and for all the long hours it has been to take care of him. There is a special place in heaven for you, you're a special angel. Brandon is healing well for what he has gone through, but he still has a long way to go. We thank you for those who have kept him in your prayers, we have seen many miracles already and we ask that you continue as he can still use all he can get. He is still wearing his halo and his right arm is locked in an L-shape at the elbow, which can't be repaired at this time. His left arm is still numb and only has slight feel- ing. His back surgery was successful, but now we wait and pray that the neck will fuse and his halo may be removed, and eventually his brain injury will subside. He and we do realize he is a walking miracle and we are thankful every day that he is still with us. He is getting so excited to be with his sister on the most important day of her life, her wed- ding. There is and will continue to be a medical fund at Minnwest Bank Ortonville. Brandon will remain with his sister for a time yet. You may send cards to him at: Brandon Swigerd, 27706 Co. Hwy. 35, Graceville, MN 56240• Thank you ! 13-1 The Brandon S, wigerd Family CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank all the folks who visited, sent get well wishes, prayers and flowers during my recent hospitalization• Thanks, also, to Dr. Bob Ross and the kind and caring staff at OAHS. 13-1 Paul Lindahl CARD OF THANKS The Odessa Rod & Gun would like to thank AAL #1531 for their matching funds and everyone who worked, donated and attended the benefit fish fry, 13-1" ll,. °""ml IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Mary Giese, who passed away April 17, 2000. **** I could not stay another day, To laugh, to love, to work or play. Tasks left undone must stay that way, I found the place at the close of day. Perhaps my time seemed all too brief, Don't lengthen it now with undue grief. Lift up your hearts and peace to thee, God wanted me now, He set me free. So sadly missed by 13-1 Arlen, Kids and Grandkids IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Cathy Jo Tina Acheson Krogsrud, who passed away four years ago on April 22rid. So many people have said, "Don't dwell in the past. No matter bow much you hurt, I promise, il won't last." I say to them, "The past is all I got. And about the hurt, It might go away, it might not." People have tried to comfort me. Obviously, it didn't work. Nothing can take away the pain inside. Nothing will remove that hurt. People are still there With a helping hand to lend. No matter how hard I try This feeling won't end. A Poison song says, "Life goes on while you're miles away." Even though that's true, I still would have liked you to say. I believe God had a reason For taking you up to Him. That light, for you, was so bright. For me, however, that light is still very dim. Even though you went away, 1 promise !'11 see you again, someday. Wait for me, For someday, I will be with thee. -written by Amanda Krogsrud She is greatly missed by Stanley and Linda Krogsrud, Kent, David and Amanda, Kristin and Bruce Mclntyre, Arielle, Donna and David Gibb, Nirdaola andDanica 13-1 .... Parent Expo Com. extends thanks The Parent Expo Committee would like to thank all the participants and those who attended the 5th Annual Celebrating Families, Parent Expo, for making this year's Expo fun and successful. They really appreciate all the time and extra effort that everyone put forth. A special thanks to guest speaker, Karla Heeter, for sharing her humor and insights. Also to Sue Morton the "Story Teller" for entertaining the children. The evening was fun for people of all ages. People and communities working together is what makes this event so successful. (Adv.) Good fund drive in Perry Township Officials from Perry Township wish to extend their thanks to those who participated in the combined fund drive for 2002, which raised more than $500. • Among the largest areas which will benefit are the cancer fund, which receives $150, and the heart fund, receiving $87. Klages Herefords produces dam of distinction Klages Herefords of Ortonville was recently recognized by the American Hereford Association (AHA) for producing four cow(s) named to the Dams of Distinction list. "These are the most efficient cows in the Hereford breed," said Craig Huffhines, AHA's Secretary. They have met the strictest requirements for early calving, reproductive efficiency, calving intervals of no greater than one year, and weaning weight ratios in the top end of the breeder's herd. Some 1619 cows were named to the prestigious list for this year. A complete listing of the cows and the 517 breeders who produced them is available from the American Hereford Association or the AHA's internet web site at http:/twww.hereford.org. An article reviewing Dams of Distinction is published in the April 2001 issue of Hereford World Magazine, the breed's official publication. '0002 00INDEPENDENT Page 1 lb l