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S Seniors on parade Is the National Cross Most Valuable was • k and has roll. Matthew at Barr to ling that, or for R. Salter Satter was born Sr. and Virginia SD. a .S. Robinson Co. of Sioux t2. 1986 Art was uper Valu of nridge, and was manager of to Bellingham, ak-Matthies moved back 1992 $ son FUneral Home th of Edwin J. of Bay View, died April 21st of Christian April 25th at hurch in Big officiated. Sons: Edwin, Routson and ohn and Daniel by the St. and Laurelin m Mundwiler, tSon was born , IL; the son (o11) Routson. 1 aited States triage on Nov. 1 cy. q ly lived in ( licag IL; a Daytona, FL ; Stone Lake, as_ a pipe fitter. oi St. •Charles , LISA SPORS Is the daugh- ter of Anthony and Terl Spors. She has been actlve In Cross Country, Track, Basketball, Key Club, Fellowshlp of Chrlstlan Athletes and Drama. She recelved track honors as rookie of the year, the Dlamond Club, most Improved, and captaln. She was also Cross Country cap- taln, and recelved most valu- able player awards. She was basketball captain, and received top defender awards and most Improved player awards. She has also been llsted on the honor roll. Llsa has been employed wlth Plzza Ranch. After graduaUng, Llsa wlll be attendlng Dakota Wesleyan Unlverslty In Mitchell, SD to major In Athletlc Tralnlng. HEIDI HANSEN, daughter of Rich and Pat Hansen, has been active as a Basketball Cheerleader, Choir, Yearbook staff, Key Club Vice President and Peer Tutoring. She has been listed on the honor roll throughout high school, and was named "Who's Who Among High School Students". She was voted Winter Carnival Princess her sophomore year, and was a Homecoming candidate as a senior. Heidl has worked at Dairy Quean. After graduation, Heldi plans to attend South Dakota State University in Brookings, SD. He then worked for Midcom until 1997 when he was stricken with health problems. He returned to Bellingham to be close to his daughter and grandchildren. Arthur passed away April 21st, 2003, at the Madison Lutheran Home from health complications. Arthur is survived by his three daughters; Cheryl (Tom) Sullivan of Minneapolis, Christi (Randy) Larson of Odessa, and Char Satter of Fargo ND. Seven Grandchildren, Christopher Satter, Randy Jr., Brandy, Zachary and Lexy Larson, Connor and Cameron Sullivan. Also three brothers, Alvin Satter Jr. and Donald Satter of Watertown, SD., Steve Satter of Sioux Falls, SD. and one sister Marianne Satter of Watertown, SD ........ Arthur is preceded in d'by his parents Alvin Sr. and Virginia Satter. Memorial services were held at Zahrbock Funeral Chapel, Madison. Catholic Church of Big Stone City, SD; a member of the Local Union #597 Pipe Fitter and a member of the VFW. Edwin J. Routson is survived by his wife, Gladys of Big Stone Lake; four sons: Edwin and wife Brenda of Shabbona, IL; Daniel of West Chicago, IL; Tim and wife Eileen of West Chicago and Michael and wife Brenda of Waterman, IL. Three daughters: Susan and husband Michael Weiss of West Baden Springs, IN; Martha and husband Dwight Beeks of West Chicago, IL and Colleen and husband Greg Kotlowski of McHenry, IL. A son-in- law: Jim and wife Cindy Neff of Crystal Lake, IL. 17 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. One sister; Mary Findor of North Brook, IL. He was preceded in death by his parents, one daughter Christine Routson Neff, four sisters and two brothers. The Mundwiler Funeral Home of Milbank was in charge of the arrangements. SARAH SWENSON Is the TRAVIS NINNEMAN Is the daughter of Tim and Dottle son of Mark and Kris Swenson. Sarah has been Nlnneman. He has been active Involved with Softball, In Baseball, Football, Golf, Volleball, Junior Olympic Intermural Basketball, Band, Volleyball, FLA, and has been a church Youth Group and teacher at Vacation Bible Horseshoe throwing. He has School. She has been received letters for Baseball employed at Bill's Super Valu, and Football, has received four Lorl Sherod's daycare, and Pep Band awards, and was Lou's Greenhouse. Her named National Horseshoe favorite memory of high school Champion. Travis has been was the last Christmas party at employed at Carlson Drug and Econo Lodge, and the State is currently employed with Basketball Games. After high Pepsi Americas. Trsvls plans school, Sarah will be attending to attend Alexandria Technical South Dakota State University College after graduation, to major in Law Enforcement. to major in Biology. Cards of thanks CARD OF THANKS The family of Mark and Jessica Larson along with their extended families would like to thank all of you who have helped us in so many ways after our house burned down. Thank you for the many gifts of clothing, food, money, furniture and more. We also want to thank those who donated items for the benefit that was held for us in Bellingham: Louisburg Lutheran Church, Bellingham City Hall, The Ortonville Independent, AMPI in Dawson, American Dairy Association, Madison Farm Credit, Kennedy's Bakery, KLQP and KDIO Radio and Thrivent Financial For Lutherans• Your generosity is greatly appreciat- ed. Thank you, Mark, Jessica, Michael 14-1 and Mary Larson CARD OF THANKS Thanks to Dr. Beyer and Dr. Kruger for their excellent care while I was hospitalized recently. Our hospi- tal staff is superb. We are so fortunate to have ueli a wonderful fhcility. Thanks to everyone who brought flowers, food, visits, sent cards and the many calls. It meant so much to be remembered by so many. God bless everyone. 14-1 Sandra Knippen CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all who came and helped at the fire which swept through Saturday. It was threatening 'to some of the buildings, with the help of neighbors and the fire depart- ment all turned out well. Thank you. 14-1 Helen Danielson CARD OF THANKS I wish to sincerely thank Fr. Bob, Pat Kunz and the choir and servers for the beautiful funeral mass for Helen Sandgren. Thank you to the ladies who served the luncheon and the Larson Funeral Home for their services. A big thank you to the staff at Northridge for their care of Helen for five and a half years. A special thanks to Bernard Smith and Dorothy Brown for their special attention they gave Helen. 14-1 Mary Billiet and her family Son born to Doug Eastman's Former resident passed away in North Dakota Funeral services for Evelyn Dodds Schell Cornella were held Friday, April 18, 2003 at the United Methodist Church in Hettinger, ND. She died April 14 in Hettingcr. Evelyn was born Jan. 20, 1909 at the farm home of her parents, Bun and Maggie Dodds, near Ortonville. She graduated from Ortonville High School in 1927. Evelyn was a member of the 1927 Ortonville High School girls' Championship basket ball team. She was an aunt of Harold Hippie of Ortonville and Curt Olson of Doug and Heather Eastman of Odessa announce the birth of Austin Douglas born April 2, 2003. He weighed eight pounds, one ounce and was 21 inches long. He is welcomed home by brothers Tristan and Danny. een 4-Wheelin" Your vehicle and it ds fixin'? it to Progressive! Auto Body Specialists ~ Choice of Colors Satisfaction Vqirldshield Inventory in Area RESSIVE & GLASS CENTER, INC. lason and Iorden Roggenbuck MN 56278 • 320-839-2255 • Toll Free 888-819-2255 Clinton. Evelyn is survived by Melva and JR Stevens of Guion, AR; Ada Jean Cornelia of Hettinger, Dolores and Tom Danielson of Longmont, CO and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, two husbands, Charlie and Harry; three sisters, Beulah, Fern and Dorothea; one brother, Bernard and one son, Tony. Milbank Valley Archers League Valley Archers 300 League March 7, 2003 Results Archer Saa_lm Score X's Ron Flottmeyer Ronn McDaniel Optometry 300 52 Scott Meyer Chiropractic in Motion 299 51 Scott Dahle Hardee's 298 43 Arnie Veen O'L Mill Meats 298 35 Mike Hartman Food-N-Fuel 297 36 Bob Zahnow Larry's Refrigeration 295 41 LeRoy Capp D.A. Archery 292 40 Dwight Peschong Bills Super Value 291 28 Pam Amberg Brewster Building Center 287 26 Stacy Homan Community State Bank 286 15 Jim Cloos Randy Doctor Const. 285 28 Bill Welder Hardware Hank 284 14 Kate Capp Curts Auto & Sports 282 24 Tim Ward Last of the Fast Guns 278 20 Verlan Pierce Hanson Furniture 278 16 Joe Sable Big Stone Plant OTP 277 18 Mark Keeton Dakota Granite 270 14 Cheryl Meyer Fisher Repair 268 19 Bryan Lambrechts Ace Hardware 268 10 Sue Welder D & L Photo 256 12 Mark Veen Milbank Lumber 249 9 Dave Cizadlo Booties Bar 237 9 Richard Boehnke Berens Warehouse 229 4 Nadine Hartman Grant County Implement 216 3 Perfect score is 300 with 60 X's Winners of the 4-H sponsorship awards for the week are: John Quade Subway Clint Homan Subway Quint Homan Hardee's Brandon Trapp Thunder Alley The Valley Archers would like to thank the Grant County Review, Ortonville Independent, and KMSD/KPHR for publishing and airing these results. Jim Cloos 432-4685 ABERDAK TOURS Mackinac,Island Canadian Rockies & Amtrak June 9-13, 2003 , July 9-16, 2003 departs from Ortonvllle departs from Aberdeen 800.288.4259 Carlson Wagonlit Travel nows the rime to start thinking about... Crabgrass Prevention ,, Timing is everything in the control & treatment of Crabgrass. Call Dewey's and let them apply their specially formulated Crabgrass Control. It's not to late to have Buy your Fe.rtilizer Dewey's Power Rake from us and the and Areate your lawmr application is FREE We guarantee our work. CALL THE LANDSCAPING EXPERTS. All pa ths lead to ) one call does it all: Dewe00 ,, Lawn Care.& Landscaping For Total Home Care Service Cary Leuthardt is your man! 22 YEARS 1 IN BUSINESS Now located in the old bakery building on main street Repair of Air Conditioners, Household Appliances, Cooking Equipment, Freezers, Coolers. Window and Door Repair Also! Cell Phone: 1"877"895"8570 E-H,: cary@maxminn.com 320" 839.3764 Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 29, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 5 S Seniors on parade Is the National Cross Most Valuable was • k and has roll. Matthew at Barr to ling that, or for R. Salter Satter was born Sr. and Virginia SD. a .S. Robinson Co. of Sioux t2. 1986 Art was uper Valu of nridge, and was manager of to Bellingham, ak-Matthies moved back 1992 $ son FUneral Home th of Edwin J. of Bay View, died April 21st of Christian April 25th at hurch in Big officiated. Sons: Edwin, Routson and ohn and Daniel by the St. and Laurelin m Mundwiler, tSon was born , IL; the son (o11) Routson. 1 aited States triage on Nov. 1 cy. q ly lived in ( licag IL; a Daytona, FL ; Stone Lake, as_ a pipe fitter. oi St. •Charles , LISA SPORS Is the daugh- ter of Anthony and Terl Spors. She has been actlve In Cross Country, Track, Basketball, Key Club, Fellowshlp of Chrlstlan Athletes and Drama. She recelved track honors as rookie of the year, the Dlamond Club, most Improved, and captaln. She was also Cross Country cap- taln, and recelved most valu- able player awards. She was basketball captain, and received top defender awards and most Improved player awards. She has also been llsted on the honor roll. Llsa has been employed wlth Plzza Ranch. After graduaUng, Llsa wlll be attendlng Dakota Wesleyan Unlverslty In Mitchell, SD to major In Athletlc Tralnlng. HEIDI HANSEN, daughter of Rich and Pat Hansen, has been active as a Basketball Cheerleader, Choir, Yearbook staff, Key Club Vice President and Peer Tutoring. She has been listed on the honor roll throughout high school, and was named "Who's Who Among High School Students". She was voted Winter Carnival Princess her sophomore year, and was a Homecoming candidate as a senior. Heidl has worked at Dairy Quean. After graduation, Heldi plans to attend South Dakota State University in Brookings, SD. He then worked for Midcom until 1997 when he was stricken with health problems. He returned to Bellingham to be close to his daughter and grandchildren. Arthur passed away April 21st, 2003, at the Madison Lutheran Home from health complications. Arthur is survived by his three daughters; Cheryl (Tom) Sullivan of Minneapolis, Christi (Randy) Larson of Odessa, and Char Satter of Fargo ND. Seven Grandchildren, Christopher Satter, Randy Jr., Brandy, Zachary and Lexy Larson, Connor and Cameron Sullivan. Also three brothers, Alvin Satter Jr. and Donald Satter of Watertown, SD., Steve Satter of Sioux Falls, SD. and one sister Marianne Satter of Watertown, SD ........ Arthur is preceded in d'by his parents Alvin Sr. and Virginia Satter. Memorial services were held at Zahrbock Funeral Chapel, Madison. Catholic Church of Big Stone City, SD; a member of the Local Union #597 Pipe Fitter and a member of the VFW. Edwin J. Routson is survived by his wife, Gladys of Big Stone Lake; four sons: Edwin and wife Brenda of Shabbona, IL; Daniel of West Chicago, IL; Tim and wife Eileen of West Chicago and Michael and wife Brenda of Waterman, IL. Three daughters: Susan and husband Michael Weiss of West Baden Springs, IN; Martha and husband Dwight Beeks of West Chicago, IL and Colleen and husband Greg Kotlowski of McHenry, IL. A son-in- law: Jim and wife Cindy Neff of Crystal Lake, IL. 17 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. One sister; Mary Findor of North Brook, IL. He was preceded in death by his parents, one daughter Christine Routson Neff, four sisters and two brothers. The Mundwiler Funeral Home of Milbank was in charge of the arrangements. SARAH SWENSON Is the TRAVIS NINNEMAN Is the daughter of Tim and Dottle son of Mark and Kris Swenson. Sarah has been Nlnneman. He has been active Involved with Softball, In Baseball, Football, Golf, Volleball, Junior Olympic Intermural Basketball, Band, Volleyball, FLA, and has been a church Youth Group and teacher at Vacation Bible Horseshoe throwing. He has School. She has been received letters for Baseball employed at Bill's Super Valu, and Football, has received four Lorl Sherod's daycare, and Pep Band awards, and was Lou's Greenhouse. Her named National Horseshoe favorite memory of high school Champion. Travis has been was the last Christmas party at employed at Carlson Drug and Econo Lodge, and the State is currently employed with Basketball Games. After high Pepsi Americas. Trsvls plans school, Sarah will be attending to attend Alexandria Technical South Dakota State University College after graduation, to major in Law Enforcement. to major in Biology. Cards of thanks CARD OF THANKS The family of Mark and Jessica Larson along with their extended families would like to thank all of you who have helped us in so many ways after our house burned down. Thank you for the many gifts of clothing, food, money, furniture and more. We also want to thank those who donated items for the benefit that was held for us in Bellingham: Louisburg Lutheran Church, Bellingham City Hall, The Ortonville Independent, AMPI in Dawson, American Dairy Association, Madison Farm Credit, Kennedy's Bakery, KLQP and KDIO Radio and Thrivent Financial For Lutherans• Your generosity is greatly appreciat- ed. Thank you, Mark, Jessica, Michael 14-1 and Mary Larson CARD OF THANKS Thanks to Dr. Beyer and Dr. Kruger for their excellent care while I was hospitalized recently. Our hospi- tal staff is superb. We are so fortunate to have ueli a wonderful fhcility. Thanks to everyone who brought flowers, food, visits, sent cards and the many calls. It meant so much to be remembered by so many. God bless everyone. 14-1 Sandra Knippen CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all who came and helped at the fire which swept through Saturday. It was threatening 'to some of the buildings, with the help of neighbors and the fire depart- ment all turned out well. Thank you. 14-1 Helen Danielson CARD OF THANKS I wish to sincerely thank Fr. Bob, Pat Kunz and the choir and servers for the beautiful funeral mass for Helen Sandgren. Thank you to the ladies who served the luncheon and the Larson Funeral Home for their services. A big thank you to the staff at Northridge for their care of Helen for five and a half years. A special thanks to Bernard Smith and Dorothy Brown for their special attention they gave Helen. 14-1 Mary Billiet and her family Son born to Doug Eastman's Former resident passed away in North Dakota Funeral services for Evelyn Dodds Schell Cornella were held Friday, April 18, 2003 at the United Methodist Church in Hettinger, ND. She died April 14 in Hettingcr. Evelyn was born Jan. 20, 1909 at the farm home of her parents, Bun and Maggie Dodds, near Ortonville. She graduated from Ortonville High School in 1927. Evelyn was a member of the 1927 Ortonville High School girls' Championship basket ball team. She was an aunt of Harold Hippie of Ortonville and Curt Olson of Doug and Heather Eastman of Odessa announce the birth of Austin Douglas born April 2, 2003. He weighed eight pounds, one ounce and was 21 inches long. He is welcomed home by brothers Tristan and Danny. een 4-Wheelin" Your vehicle and it ds fixin'? it to Progressive! Auto Body Specialists ~ Choice of Colors Satisfaction Vqirldshield Inventory in Area RESSIVE & GLASS CENTER, INC. lason and Iorden Roggenbuck MN 56278 • 320-839-2255 • Toll Free 888-819-2255 Clinton. Evelyn is survived by Melva and JR Stevens of Guion, AR; Ada Jean Cornelia of Hettinger, Dolores and Tom Danielson of Longmont, CO and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, two husbands, Charlie and Harry; three sisters, Beulah, Fern and Dorothea; one brother, Bernard and one son, Tony. Milbank Valley Archers League Valley Archers 300 League March 7, 2003 Results Archer Saa_lm Score X's Ron Flottmeyer Ronn McDaniel Optometry 300 52 Scott Meyer Chiropractic in Motion 299 51 Scott Dahle Hardee's 298 43 Arnie Veen O'L Mill Meats 298 35 Mike Hartman Food-N-Fuel 297 36 Bob Zahnow Larry's Refrigeration 295 41 LeRoy Capp D.A. Archery 292 40 Dwight Peschong Bills Super Value 291 28 Pam Amberg Brewster Building Center 287 26 Stacy Homan Community State Bank 286 15 Jim Cloos Randy Doctor Const. 285 28 Bill Welder Hardware Hank 284 14 Kate Capp Curts Auto & Sports 282 24 Tim Ward Last of the Fast Guns 278 20 Verlan Pierce Hanson Furniture 278 16 Joe Sable Big Stone Plant OTP 277 18 Mark Keeton Dakota Granite 270 14 Cheryl Meyer Fisher Repair 268 19 Bryan Lambrechts Ace Hardware 268 10 Sue Welder D & L Photo 256 12 Mark Veen Milbank Lumber 249 9 Dave Cizadlo Booties Bar 237 9 Richard Boehnke Berens Warehouse 229 4 Nadine Hartman Grant County Implement 216 3 Perfect score is 300 with 60 X's Winners of the 4-H sponsorship awards for the week are: John Quade Subway Clint Homan Subway Quint Homan Hardee's Brandon Trapp Thunder Alley The Valley Archers would like to thank the Grant County Review, Ortonville Independent, and KMSD/KPHR for publishing and airing these results. Jim Cloos 432-4685 ABERDAK TOURS Mackinac,Island Canadian Rockies & Amtrak June 9-13, 2003 , July 9-16, 2003 departs from Ortonvllle departs from Aberdeen 800.288.4259 Carlson Wagonlit Travel nows the rime to start thinking about... Crabgrass Prevention ,, Timing is everything in the control & treatment of Crabgrass. Call Dewey's and let them apply their specially formulated Crabgrass Control. It's not to late to have Buy your Fe.rtilizer Dewey's Power Rake from us and the and Areate your lawmr application is FREE We guarantee our work. CALL THE LANDSCAPING EXPERTS. All pa ths lead to ) one call does it all: Dewe00 ,, Lawn Care.& Landscaping For Total Home Care Service Cary Leuthardt is your man! 22 YEARS 1 IN BUSINESS Now located in the old bakery building on main street Repair of Air Conditioners, Household Appliances, Cooking Equipment, Freezers, Coolers. Window and Door Repair Also! Cell Phone: 1"877"895"8570 E-H,: cary@maxminn.com 320" 839.3764 Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 29, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 5