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S Seni()rs on par JENA TOBIN sr of Liz Daughter of Tom and Paula nson, Jr. Tobln. She has been active in vol- leyball, track, gymnastics, football cheerleader, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Key Club, band, choir, ensemble, BPA, DECA, jlu band, Steeple People, was a Senior Church choir, peer tutor, and a student council, 7-12 Superior, A ellvera or B honor roll, outstanding and is young adult of Ortonville, faculty church's scholar, and was the Winter '96 & Carnival Queen. She works at vocal Pizza Ranch and the Ortonville for Pool. She plans on attending Co.ncordia College in Moorhead majoring in Biology and then r, going on to Medical School. RACHEL E. HINRiCHS She Is the daulhter of David and Claire Rene Hinnchs. She is active In softball, Key Club, BPA, DECA and art club. She lettered in softball and attended state DECA conference in North Dakota. Rachel works at Elmers DrivePIn and Telnet, helped manage the DECA store while attending North Valley Vocational School In Grafton, ND. She plans to attend East Grand Forks Tach and major in Advertising. KELLY ANNE MILLER Daughter of Mike and Sarah Miller. She has been active in vol- leyball, basketball, track, DECA, FCA, state DECA in '98, Winter Carnival Princess '97, homecom- ing attendant '97-'98, All Conference Volleyball '97-'98, MVP volleyball in '97-'98, Co..MVP '98 and honorable mention for basketball in '97-'98, and co-cap- tain for basketball and captain for volleyball. She has been employed st the Econo Lodge since the summer of '96. Kelly lans to attend NDSCS on s vot- ybell scholarship and transfer to a four year college. i 7 the tmn of He him BPA, the He has im a press press end SL for DALLAS ROGGEMAN He is the son of Denyce Roggeman of Ortonvllle. He has been active In basketball, football, intermural basketball, Key Club and chorus. He is on the honor roll and was Winter Carnival Prince In 1997 end a Winter Carnival King candidate in 1998. Dallas is employed at Bill's Super Velu Plus in Ortonville. His plans after grad- uation include attending SL Cloud Technical Colkle. CORY KASSUBE He Is the son of Dennis and Darlene Kassuba. He has been active in football, track, hunting and fishing, and lettered in foot- ball and track. He is employed at Bill's Super Velu, Big Stone Bait and Hartford Beach State Park. Cory plans to attend MSU - Bottlneau for a degree in Wildlife and Fisheries. TAMARA JO BARNHARDT Tamers Jo Bernhardt is the daughter of Roger and Madlyn BarnhardL She has been In Key Club and DECA, FLA, Peer Tutor, Girl Scouts, Steeple People and an acolyte, she has been repre- sented in Who's Who Among Amedcan High School Students for 2 years, went to FLA State competition in '97 & '98, on the honor roll and went to Gid's state in Brooklngs, SD. Taml plans on attending Prasentatlon College in Aberdeen, SD to major in nursing (RN program). Sere" contributed 4,887 ltp_ Big Stone County g:gVp volunteers con- of 12.16 hours of month to help persons or a nearby com- Volunteers United - from Clinton, Correll, volunteers give time to others P" Volunteers United ' Graccvilte, Odessa and Ortonvllle Soil and Conservation, Ortonvill provided services to others tWcugh - Senior Center, Big Stone Lake Area of Family Service, RIDES-Program, OAHS/Northridge, Food Shelf, Environmental Office, Prairie V - Nutrition for the Elderly, Historical Society, Grace Home, Graceville Senior Citizens, Beardsley Senior Citizens, Ortonville Public Schools, R~S.V.P. LSS Senior Link, Habitat for Humanity, West MN Legal Services, Big Stone Wildlife Refuge, Holy Trinity Thrift Shop, Big Stone County Civic and Commerce, Big Stone Emergency Management, the Big Stone County Sheriff's Department and the Graceville Public Library. RSVP Volunteers United - are car- ing volunteer persons age 55 and older with the desire to give of their time to make life better for others. Anyone interested in more details on RSVP Volunteers United, may con- tact any of the agencies/facilities list- THANKS the Post Prom like to take this those who made money, prizes :hour the Also, a who worked on Couldn't have had cruise without your also to Mr. Jim school advisors efforts with us. !ge endeavor and COoperation this the enormous of the md Paula Tobin UBC A Beka Book. Textbooks and Video School on display in your area Beka to all of you gifts and espe- I was a resi- following Also spe- staff, nurses and Residence for 'ncern. It was all era Mac George Big Stone Fire very quick and Derald Hay THANKS Would like to to the communi- of the Prom and A special thank money and by participat- Your support appre- to thank and all the with the corn- effort went a the Prom a The OHS Junior Class Installation is now available on our following items: Larson Storm Doors and L Windows I NSTALLATleN00 .,.. Entry Door Systems ,,y Newco Swing & Slide Kits Storage Barns / ." " We put it all Garage Doors V together for you/ . Tub & Shower Doors Basketball Poles ,,Closet Organizers Crestline Replacement Windows GP Vinyl Siding NOTE: On site inspections are recommended. Insp;tJons and all estimates are furnim'd at no charge. Custorners are responsible for contacting Utilities 'Diggers Hotline'. c,,Tt,,s 319 1st Street I 115West 1st  I (320) 598-7949 J HILARY MUELLER Oeughte h bmof, Myrn and Bath Mueller. She active in volleyball, basketball, track, golf, ' Key Club, student council, BPA, Yearbook, Camera Club, 4-H, Dance, Junior Olympic Volleyball, Knowledge Bowl. She was In Volleyball All Conference and Captain, Homecoming Queen Candidate, I Dare You Award, Who's Who Among American High School Students '98 & '97, honor roll. She Is employed at Monarch Heights, Unity Square, and the Ortonvllle Municipal Pool. She plans to attend Idankato State University and major In Occupational Therapy end minor in dance. MiCHELLE RENEE ECK Mtchella Renee Eck is the daughter of Llnda Eck. She has been active in DECA, Key Club, Camera Club, Yearbook, Football Cheerleadlng and Basketball Cheerleeding, Peer Tutor, FTA, end when living in California was on the Junior High Soccer team. She went to state In OECA, received an early acceptance to USD end has been on the high school honor roll. Michelle works for the Big Stone Soil end Water Conservation District and plens on attending the University of South Dakota at Vermillion, SD. ed above or by contacting Karin Mack, Director at the R.S.V.P. Volunteers United office, 127 N.W. 2nd Street, Ortonville, MN "Volunteers Make A Difference" Locally Sponsored by Big Stone, Chippewa, Lac qui Parle, Swift and Yellow Medicine Counties 56278, (320) 839-2111. There's a wide range of volunteer needs in the R.S.V.P. area of Big Stone, Chippewa, Lac qui Parle, Swift and Yellow Medicine Counties - why not see what you can do for others? R.S.V.P. Volunteers United is spon- sored locally by the Big Stone County Family Service Center. Rosen news By Mrs, M.J, Kirchberg The second grade students of St. Joseph's parish participated in the May Crowning at the 10:30 a.m. Liturgy at St. Joseph's Church Sunday, May 3, 1998. Katie Adelman did the crowning of the blessed Virgin. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Karels were among Sunday, May 3, guests at the Scott Skauge home in Baker and attended the First Communion Liturgy where their son Corey received his First Communion. Mrs. Ken Dagel of St. Joseph, Me spent several days at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Manfred Krakow. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Karels of Grand Forks were Saturday, May 2 guests at the Raymond Karels home. Additional Saturday supper and evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Karels and family of Breckenridge, Mrs. Pauline Stolpman, Scott and Sarah of Ortonville, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fedt, Jerry Karels and sons of Big Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Koeckeritz of Nassau. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Volkenant were among folks that attended the P. Trojahn estate auction on Sunday afternoon and were supper guests at the Bernice Albrecht home. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kirchberg, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Barr visited Adam and Laura Kirchberg and Tracey Mork at Sioux Valley Hospital on Thursday, April 30. Sunday, May 3, dinner and afternoon guests at the Angie Schmidt home were Mrs. Genevieve Graham of Milbank, Wayne Kanne, Bill Graham, Dolores Karels of Ortonville and Mrs. Joan Strei, in observance of Dolores Karels birthday. St. Joseph's Council of Catholic Women held their quarterly meeting at St. Joseph's School on Sunday evening May 3, 1998 with President Mary Radermacher presiding. After SHARPEN YOUR HOOKS FOR THE INDEPE NDEN the regular business, reports from a Food safety meeting, the Spring Gathering in Beardsley and convention in Hutchinson were given. Installation of officers was held and meeting adjourned with prayer. Birthdays for April, May and June were honored and St. Rose Circle served lunch and refreshments. Weekend guests at the Bernard Pillatzki home were Mr. and Mrs. Brad Nelson and family of GJencoe and Frank Moser of Brookings. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rademacher, Mrs. Bryan Anderson and Sarah attended the First Communion Liturgy at St. Lawrence Church in Miibank on Sunday, May 3rd and were among guests at the Randy Stuckey home in honor of their son's First Communion. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spors and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Spors and family were among guests at the Jerome Spors home in Milbank on Sunday, May 3 in honor of their daughter Heather's First Communion. Mrs. (Wm.) Josephine Dale passed away at Guardian Angels Nursing Home in Elk River on Wednesday, May 6, 1998. Her funeral will be held at St. Joseph's Church on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. with internment ,n St. Joseph's Cemetery. Dinnel is 1998 MSU graduate Moorhead State University award- ed degrees to more than 750 students during its annual spring commence- ment last Friday. Among those are Denise Dinnel of Ortonville, who received a bachelor of social work degree, Denise is a 1992 graduate of Ortonvitle High School. Other area students receiving degrees included Crystal Hippie of Ortonville and Nicole Trunell of Clinton with bachelor of science degrees, and Philip Fischer and Kirk Stueve of Dumont with bachelor of arts. Kramer is 1998 NSU graduate Travis Kramer, of Ortonville, received a bachelor of science degree from Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota. Two hundred forty-two students received degrees during NSU's 96th annual commencement Saturday. Remember! Want Ads Get Results April 25 thru Sept. 11 (20 weeks) PRIZES WEEKLY SEASON PRIZES Largest fish of each species enters0 each week will be eld)e for a Orewmg at the eJ of the central for at leasl $100. If some ws there are no fish entered a partcular categon/, the $15 prize wilt go toward the final clrawlng at the end of the C0I in the same camoory WALLEYE NORTHERN BULLHEAD PERCH % GRAND TOTAL OF $1,600 J IN SCRIPT WILL N OIVIN AWAY Contest Rules: 1 Anyonemayenterthi.cmtest 'pe(iehgblen! 4 Afl'ntrlt.w]llb*.weighedatoneofthefffficial Walleye. Nrthern. Sullhead and Perch weigh ir stati/,f, Iistt*d. All ' ak are state appr, ed 2 OnI) fresh fish ar(: a(teptahh' as entrle, f rozt.r " ( ,nt..,t rtlr' through n.m Friday each wtht, k fl.h are not ehgble I ntrip, a(cepted after that tim, apply to the folh Ing wc'.'k 3 |:thmul(aughlmBigStmclake ,5 rptrl(me., redt't.mableonly formerchandls.e, ntt ( a,h I OFFICIAL WEIGH-IN STATIONS The Wharf Hartford Beach Resort SoDak Park Resort Big Stone Bait & Bud's Bait Shop Marine, Inc.. Patronize the sponsors whose efforls and sponsorships bring you this contest: SoDak Park Supper Club Big Stone Bait & Marine Repair, Inc. Bud's Bait Shop Cashtown Service Big Stone Cooperative EconoLodge Hartford Beach Resort Koroll's Shoes Larry's Refrigeration & Heating Ortonville Independent Pepsi Cola Company of Ortonville SoDak Park Resort The Wharf Big Stone Municipal Liquor Store Hilltop's Theatre of Seasons Cafe Chamberlain's Sporting Goods & Menswear Watch the Independent every Tuesday for weekly winners, season leaders, photo and stories on Minnesota's favorite sport...flshing! 12, 1998 :i/ INDEPENDENT Page 7b