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I 11 POPPY POSTER WINNERS at the Big Stone School are, top photo from left to right in front, eighth graders Hilary Libka (1st), Tyler Scoblic (2nd) and Jenna McFarland (3rd). In back are seventh graders Lisa Spars (1st), Heidi Hansen (2nd), Lacy Ronglien (3rd) and Tina Athey (3rd). Bottom photo fromleft to right in back, fifth graders James Gregory (1st), Ryan Cloos (1st), Craig Bohlman (2nd), Al|cia Redepenning (2nd), Chris Smith (3rd) and Peter Rausch (3rd). In front are sixth graders Sharon Bemis (1st), Amy Speth (2nd), and Frankie Koval (3rd), and fourth grade winners Dustin Kuefler (1st), Daniel Athey (2nd) and Matthew Koval (3rd). Not pictured is sixth grader Kendra Loeschke, who received third place. Those pictured without their posters were outstanding examples sent in to state. Bellingham/Louisburg I By Ciarissa Sorenson, Phone 568-2204 Mrs. Lloyd Larsen was present at the Community Day Drawing Wednesday afternoon, April 29th when her name was called for $100. On Wednesday, May 6th, the drawing will be for $20. The,Guild.of of SL Ptm's Lal. Church met at the home of Doris Hansen, rural Louisburg, Thursday afternoon, April 30th with members Hiida Brehmer, Dorothy Weber, Minnie Giese and Arlene Karels attending. Arlene was the hostess. The ladies were busy quilting at St. Pauls Lutheran Church last Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. A total of 80 quilts in all have been made including quilting done March 30th, March 31 and April 2nd. Alfred and Barb Borgerson spent Wednesday to Sunday in the Twin Cities. Wednesday night, they were supper and overnight guests at Norman and Dorothy Ruckle's home in Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. James Ruckle and Kara were additional supper guests. Visitors and supper guests at the Larry and Mavis Dale home at Watertown, SD on Sunday were Wally, Lois and Joleen Larson, Brent Larson of Alexandria, Orren and Mary Pederson, Ina Lou and LaVerne Fisher, all of Sisseton. SD. Mavis, Lois and Joleen also called at the home of Terry, Heidi, Jessica and Jana Dale at Watertown. Brent Larson also spent the weekend at home. Carol Schriener of Willmar and her sister Clarissa Sorenson were callers in Ortonville on Thursday morning, April 30th. They enjoyed lunch at the Perkins Pantry Cafe in Madison, and later visited their aunt, Elvina Olson at the Madison Lutheran Home. Alfred and Barb Borgerson visited the Keith Borgerson's in Lakeville from Thursday to Sunday. Lori Cox and Nicole were visitors there on Saturday. Rick and Sheila Stodolski and son Christopher of Milbank spent I I Saturday with Earl and Margaret Schake. Bart and Thomas Dale of Plymouth spent the weekend with Lloyd and Vicki Larsen. Bill and Minnie Giese vent to Milbank to visit Martha and Floyd Jones at their apartment Sunday Jane Asche was a caller Friday afternoon at the Hubert and Meranda Redepenning home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brandt of Willmar were visitors at the Mannie Karels home over the weekend. Saturday, Erwin and Pearl Pederson, Glenda Reiffenberger, and Leah Reiffenberger of Duluth visited Dean and Chris Adelman at St. Cloud and got acquainted with their new great-grandson, Alec Andrew. GaVae Pederson was a weekend guest there. Thursday evening visitors at the Ned Gloege home were Glenda Reinke and David Hofhenke. Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kidman of rural Ortonville and Mr. and Mrs. James Loeschke of Milbank visited Minnie Schellberg. Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brandt and Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Karels attended the dinner at the Nassau Senior Center. Samuel and Kylie Stueckrath of Raymond spent the weekend with their grandparents, Duane and Margaret Stueckrath. Betty Hanson spent Friday, Saturday and Sunday with Harold Hanson in Superior, Wisconsin and also with the Steve Hanson family in Duluth. Phyllis Henkelman accompanied Betty and visited with Steve and June Hanson and family. June is her daughter. Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brandt and Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Karels were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ohm. Dorothy Schliep of Madison and Ron Schliep of Prior Lake visited Erwin and Pearl Pederson Friday afternoon. The RESIDENTIAL garbage for Monday, May 25 w00ll be p00ckedup on Friday, May 22. The COMMERCIAL garbage for Monday, May 25 will be p00cked up Tuesday, May 26. Northern Waste Systems, Gene and Diane Karels of Grand Forks, ND are spending a few days with Eugene and Yvonne Hanson. Steve Karels of Milbank visited at the Mannie Karels home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz, Mrs. Norma Wittnebel and Mr. and/9lrs. Herb Streich of Ortonville spent the weekend in Bemidji and were dinner guests at the Paul Maatz's Saturday evening and attended the confirmation of the twins, Jenna and Jordan Maatz "/l' the Trinity Lutheran Church o Sunday, May 3rd and the reception at the Northern Inn in Bemidji. Robert and Joan Ronglien and Rosemarie and Clarence Schultz of Milbank attended the Paul Trojahn estate auction on Sunday afternoon. Pat Heyer of Madison and Marlys Kunde visited Beaty and Roger Kunde Qn Thursday. ,iday afternoon, Mrs. Donald RoilandHilda Brehmer and Lillian Ninneman went to Milbank and visited Clara Angerhofer at the Whetstone Nursing Home. Visitors during the week of Inga Blahosky have been Peg and Gary Blahosky of Circle Pines, Skp and Geraldine Blahosky, Pat Blahosky of Mankato, Ryan and Scott Blahosky of Mankato, Preston Mork and Woody and Carol Mangel. Ron Chelberg and Earl Steffen of Minneapolis were callers of Roger and Beaty Kunde on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Storlien of St. .Paul visited Johnny and Clarice Borstad on Wednesday afternoon and evening, April 29th. Julian and Vange Gunderson of Excelsior were Tuesday overnight and Wednesday dinner guests of Alan and Ruth Hansen. Dennis and Kathy Nelson and Lloyd and Doris Nelson were among the many who attended the piano recital of Elly Nelson, student of Mary Williamson at the Lac qui Parle Valley High School Sunday afternoon, April 26th. Friday evening, Charles and Ihla Thomson were visitors at the Hervin Borstad home in Madison. Ihla Thomson, Lois Anderson, Fran Trygestad, Ruth Hansen, Val Tofte, Joyce Letrud and Pastor Chris Finsand from Louisburg Lutheran Church attended the Spring Conference Gathering at Faith Lutheran Church in Madison on Tuesday, April 21st. Sharon Vick was a visitor and after dinner guest on Friday at Edwin and Clara Peterson's. The Guild of St. Peters Lutheran Church of Bellingham met at the home of Doris Hansen, rural Louisburg, Thursday afternoon, April 30th with members, Hilda Brehmer, Dorothy Weber, Minnie Giese and Arlene Karels attending Arlene was the hostess. Sharon Vick was a visitor and dinner guest on Friday at Edwin and Clara Peterson's. Marlys Olson, Nancy Moen and Mrs. Jim Hegland were Friday morning callers at Myrtle Kittelson's and delivered a May Day Bag to her. Carol, Nyland, John and Mark Larson were Sunday afternoon visitors of Johnny and Clarice Borstad and to help observe Johnny's birthday. Lee and Lorraine Crosby of Madison were Sunday evening visitors of Edwin and Clara Peterson. ? INDEPENDENT i .,. WANT ADS PAY Guy's Express Lube OIL, FILTER, LUBE, CHECK ALL FLUIDS 00oron0000$2l o Fast Service " Pickup and Delivery  AlSO OFFER AUTO CLEANING... 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