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i - coverage. Additionally, all MWC tourna- ments will serve as qualifying events to the 2004 Cabela's National Team Championship. The tournament schedule is as fol- lows: March 22-23 Illinois River, Spring Valley, IL May 17-18 Big Stone Lake, Ortonville, MN September 13-14 Bays de Noc Escanaba, Gladstone, MI September 27-28 Lake Pepin, Mississippi River, Lake City October 16-18 World Walleye Championship, Top 40 teams from the 2002 MWC season, plus top five teams from Cabela's National Team Championship, Mississippi River Prairie du Chien, WI. students from James Knoll Elementary visited Milbank Veterinary Clinc Wednesday in Pet Week, which was May 4-11. May is also National Be Nice to Animals Month. al 1) and help Celebrate of this commu- the anniversary will be having Pie will be proceeds will be O.A.H.S.organi- items. The wheel chairs, monitors, easy hair dryers, goal of the easier for the and staff. Is Over 50 years old. that meets year. They have the hospital, an at comes once a help residents or what ever give two scholar- lors who are going members are Northridge employees, and people from the community that give tireless- ly of their time and talents to make this a great organization. Pleas come and support them and to visit with the residents, They love to talk about the last 25 years. Walleye (Continued from page 1) awarded $1,000 from the Ranger Cup tournament series promotion. The winning team using Cotton Cordell or Yum products will be awarded $300 in products. The MWC qualifying tournaments will be broadcasted on The Outdoor Channel television network, allowing teams to receive national media recognition. Tournament coverage and related articles will also appear in the North American Fisherman maga- zine, which is the official publication of the MWC. Additionally, all circuit events will be conducted from Cabela's comput- erized mobile transport vehicle, which is specifically designed for tourna- ment television coverage. All MWC tournaments serve as qualifying events to the 2004 Cabela's National Team Championship. The 2003 tournament season opened on March 22nd-23rd with'the Mercury Marine/Progressive Insurance teamwalleye tournament held on the Illinois River at Spring Valley, I11. The MWC tournament is the oldest and largest professional team walleye tournament venue in the country. Circuit anglers vary in age from their teens to the eighties. Participants hail from New York to Colorado. This season's tournaments and Championship will be featured on The Outdoor Channel television network, allowing teams to receive national media recognition. Tournament coverage and related articles will also appear in the North American Fisherman magazine, the official publication of the MWC. All circuit events will be conducted from Cabela's computerized mobile trans- port vehicle, which is specifically designed for tournament television May meeting of Study Club set May 21 st By Betty Schwarze Ortonville's Study Club met Wednesday, April 16 at the Matador Supper Club for an 11:30 luncheon. Lois Pflueger was hostess. President Donna Hoel called the meeting to order and we read the collect and table prayer in unison. Fourteen members and one guest was present. Program Chairperson, Delores Christensen introduced the speaker, Machelle Shipper, wife of Brad Shipper, former Administrator of Northridge Residence. They have recently returned to Boise, ID. Machelle also volunteered at Northridge and they will both be missed. Machelle spoke of her travels to Thailand and Africa. While in Africa, 10 American students were involved in a building project, a new dormitory for 1000 students. Everyone involved worked hard. Some days the temperature was 105 . The American students tried to connect with the students of Africa. They practiced a three language intra cultural relationship with the 1000 students and were well liked. They were asked to mentor to the African people. The project was sponsored by the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America. We were delighted with her' presentation. A short business This Arbor Day And Always, the thanks and - " "i lapre a on , neighbors and family for ' Praers, thoughts and support. and sympathy warmed our ,d lifted our spirits during our unexpected loss. )Yladeline and )lcKinle arson Mundwiler Memorial Tree Program Lives on... Tres Pprezent Lie . . . And our commitment  "- the MEDALS FOR ADRIENNE FOSTER. Ortonville's Adrienne Foster, shown at right in above photo, participated last month in the 2003 DEX(Delta Epsilon Chi)lnternational Career Development Conference in Orlando, FL. She is shown with her partner, Christine, after placing in the top 10 in the Business-to Business Marketing competition. Adrienne received two medals as an Award of Excellence. "1 wish to thank the entire Ortonville community, as well as my family and friends for all the support in my taking part," says Adrienne, "and a special thanks to my sponsors, Water Monitor, Inc., Larsen Properties, The Ortonville Independent and Roger and Barb Nornes. meeting was held. Officers for following year are President Barbara Johnson, V. President Marjorie Lindholm, Sec.- Treas Isabel Kraemer, Sunshine Muriel Sherman. The May meeting will be held at the Matador, Wednesday, May 21 for an 11:30 luncheon. Darlene Mikkelson and Betty Schwarze-co- hostesses. Library system meet The Pioneerland Library System Board will meet Thursday, May 15, 2003, 7:30 p.m., in the multipurpose room at the Willmar Public Library, 410 Fifth Street SW, WiUmar, MN. O The National A WARDS THIS Certcate of Merit ....  To Mundwiler Memorial Tree Program in recognition of your efforts on behalf of trees and environmental slewardship. I);led Ihi 41b Clay of O-elbr, 199g Irciden! i:i : ..... i 'i 5 Chew Tahoe LT - $19,995 Heated Power Leather Seats, Black The Mundwiler Memorial Tree Program is proud to include the families we have served in 2002 through Arbor Day 2003. In Loving Memory of.... Debra Hicks Morris Strain James Mau Terry Moser Clifford Lounsbery Joanne Thiele Scarlet Scheuring June Wellnitz Fleeta Boerger Jeanne Hippen Beulah Carlson G, Benno Goerke Jeffrey Ellis Orville Kruse Kenneth Giossi Arlyn Kleepsie Elnora Weeg Carl Zadow Judy Klepel Richard Ekern Wilford Anderson Mabel Spanton Anthony Kos Melvin Pauti Christian Selchert Norma Andresen LuVerne Enquist Edith Van Lith Walter Dirksen Rose Kareis Patricia Lee Winston Christianson William Hunt Vernon Buck Robert Hines Gladys Cameron Wilbur Lage Karen Meyer Leona Osterloh Alma Kirk John Clarey Robert Schank Anne Croymans Stella Van Hout Francis Howell James Thomas Keith Johnson Irene Buchele Howard Wartenbee Muriel Selgeby Margaret Hermans Florence Rademacher Mary Hurley Edna Schliesman Selma Smith Glen Drager Father Peter Schwartz Hubert Crown Michael Berg Ida Fischer Edith Dobson Gladys Sanderson George Forbes Edwin Routson Mary Layher Esther Miottel May Radermacher Bruce Peterson James Peters Milton Osgard Frank Heffernan Thelma Wartenbee Silverado 4x4 - $7,995 tie, Extended Cab, Nice Trade-ln, Clean Track! Mundwiler Funeral Home purchases the trees LOCALLY and they are planted LOCALLY. We have provided over 900 trees to our communities since the Memorial Garden was started. We are proud to be the  funeral home in the area with this extensive tree restoration program. We have been recognized and awarded by the National Arbor Day Foundation with a Certificate of Merit for our efforts onbehalf of trees and environmental stewardship. AUTO MN DLR 22109 Ortonville, Mtl MUND00R ELrN0000 ttOM]00 INC. 301 Fourth Street South, Milbank SD (605) 432-4545 "Our Famih, Servilt " Your Famdv 2oo3  INDEPENDENT Page 3 i - coverage. Additionally, all MWC tourna- ments will serve as qualifying events to the 2004 Cabela's National Team Championship. The tournament schedule is as fol- lows: March 22-23 Illinois River, Spring Valley, IL May 17-18 Big Stone Lake, Ortonville, MN September 13-14 Bays de Noc Escanaba, Gladstone, MI September 27-28 Lake Pepin, Mississippi River, Lake City October 16-18 World Walleye Championship, Top 40 teams from the 2002 MWC season, plus top five teams from Cabela's National Team Championship, Mississippi River Prairie du Chien, WI. students from James Knoll Elementary visited Milbank Veterinary Clinc Wednesday in Pet Week, which was May 4-11. May is also National Be Nice to Animals Month. al 1) and help Celebrate of this commu- the anniversary will be having Pie will be proceeds will be O.A.H.S.organi- items. The wheel chairs, monitors, easy hair dryers, goal of the easier for the and staff. Is Over 50 years old. that meets year. They have the hospital, an at comes once a help residents or what ever give two scholar- lors who are going members are Northridge employees, and people from the community that give tireless- ly of their time and talents to make this a great organization. Pleas come and support them and to visit with the residents, They love to talk about the last 25 years. Walleye (Continued from page 1) awarded $1,000 from the Ranger Cup tournament series promotion. The winning team using Cotton Cordell or Yum products will be awarded $300 in products. The MWC qualifying tournaments will be broadcasted on The Outdoor Channel television network, allowing teams to receive national media recognition. Tournament coverage and related articles will also appear in the North American Fisherman maga- zine, which is the official publication of the MWC. Additionally, all circuit events will be conducted from Cabela's comput- erized mobile transport vehicle, which is specifically designed for tourna- ment television coverage. All MWC tournaments serve as qualifying events to the 2004 Cabela's National Team Championship. The 2003 tournament season opened on March 22nd-23rd with'the Mercury Marine/Progressive Insurance teamwalleye tournament held on the Illinois River at Spring Valley, I11. The MWC tournament is the oldest and largest professional team walleye tournament venue in the country. Circuit anglers vary in age from their teens to the eighties. Participants hail from New York to Colorado. This season's tournaments and Championship will be featured on The Outdoor Channel television network, allowing teams to receive national media recognition. Tournament coverage and related articles will also appear in the North American Fisherman magazine, the official publication of the MWC. All circuit events will be conducted from Cabela's computerized mobile trans- port vehicle, which is specifically designed for tournament television May meeting of Study Club set May 21 st By Betty Schwarze Ortonville's Study Club met Wednesday, April 16 at the Matador Supper Club for an 11:30 luncheon. Lois Pflueger was hostess. President Donna Hoel called the meeting to order and we read the collect and table prayer in unison. Fourteen members and one guest was present. Program Chairperson, Delores Christensen introduced the speaker, Machelle Shipper, wife of Brad Shipper, former Administrator of Northridge Residence. They have recently returned to Boise, ID. Machelle also volunteered at Northridge and they will both be missed. Machelle spoke of her travels to Thailand and Africa. While in Africa, 10 American students were involved in a building project, a new dormitory for 1000 students. Everyone involved worked hard. Some days the temperature was 105 . The American students tried to connect with the students of Africa. They practiced a three language intra cultural relationship with the 1000 students and were well liked. They were asked to mentor to the African people. The project was sponsored by the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America. We were delighted with her' presentation. A short business This Arbor Day And Always, the thanks and - " "i lapre a on , neighbors and family for ' Praers, thoughts and support. and sympathy warmed our ,d lifted our spirits during our unexpected loss. )Yladeline and )lcKinle arson Mundwiler Memorial Tree Program Lives on... Tres Pprezent Lie . . . And our commitment  "- the MEDALS FOR ADRIENNE FOSTER. Ortonville's Adrienne Foster, shown at right in above photo, participated last month in the 2003 DEX(Delta Epsilon Chi)lnternational Career Development Conference in Orlando, FL. She is shown with her partner, Christine, after placing in the top 10 in the Business-to Business Marketing competition. Adrienne received two medals as an Award of Excellence. "1 wish to thank the entire Ortonville community, as well as my family and friends for all the support in my taking part," says Adrienne, "and a special thanks to my sponsors, Water Monitor, Inc., Larsen Properties, The Ortonville Independent and Roger and Barb Nornes. meeting was held. Officers for following year are President Barbara Johnson, V. President Marjorie Lindholm, Sec.- Treas Isabel Kraemer, Sunshine Muriel Sherman. The May meeting will be held at the Matador, Wednesday, May 21 for an 11:30 luncheon. Darlene Mikkelson and Betty Schwarze-co- hostesses. Library system meet The Pioneerland Library System Board will meet Thursday, May 15, 2003, 7:30 p.m., in the multipurpose room at the Willmar Public Library, 410 Fifth Street SW, WiUmar, MN. O The National A WARDS THIS Certcate of Merit ....  To Mundwiler Memorial Tree Program in recognition of your efforts on behalf of trees and environmental slewardship. I);led Ihi 41b Clay of O-elbr, 199g Irciden! i:i : ..... i 'i 5 Chew Tahoe LT - $19,995 Heated Power Leather Seats, Black The Mundwiler Memorial Tree Program is proud to include the families we have served in 2002 through Arbor Day 2003. In Loving Memory of.... Debra Hicks Morris Strain James Mau Terry Moser Clifford Lounsbery Joanne Thiele Scarlet Scheuring June Wellnitz Fleeta Boerger Jeanne Hippen Beulah Carlson G, Benno Goerke Jeffrey Ellis Orville Kruse Kenneth Giossi Arlyn Kleepsie Elnora Weeg Carl Zadow Judy Klepel Richard Ekern Wilford Anderson Mabel Spanton Anthony Kos Melvin Pauti Christian Selchert Norma Andresen LuVerne Enquist Edith Van Lith Walter Dirksen Rose Kareis Patricia Lee Winston Christianson William Hunt Vernon Buck Robert Hines Gladys Cameron Wilbur Lage Karen Meyer Leona Osterloh Alma Kirk John Clarey Robert Schank Anne Croymans Stella Van Hout Francis Howell James Thomas Keith Johnson Irene Buchele Howard Wartenbee Muriel Selgeby Margaret Hermans Florence Rademacher Mary Hurley Edna Schliesman Selma Smith Glen Drager Father Peter Schwartz Hubert Crown Michael Berg Ida Fischer Edith Dobson Gladys Sanderson George Forbes Edwin Routson Mary Layher Esther Miottel May Radermacher Bruce Peterson James Peters Milton Osgard Frank Heffernan Thelma Wartenbee Silverado 4x4 - $7,995 tie, Extended Cab, Nice Trade-ln, Clean Track! Mundwiler Funeral Home purchases the trees LOCALLY and they are planted LOCALLY. We have provided over 900 trees to our communities since the Memorial Garden was started. We are proud to be the  funeral home in the area with this extensive tree restoration program. We have been recognized and awarded by the National Arbor Day Foundation with a Certificate of Merit for our efforts onbehalf of trees and environmental stewardship. AUTO MN DLR 22109 Ortonville, Mtl MUND00R ELrN0000 ttOM]00 INC. 301 Fourth Street South, Milbank SD (605) 432-4545 "Our Famih, Servilt " Your Famdv 2oo3  INDEPENDENT Page 3