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Lindquist (continued from page one) gram has approached me and expressed interest in making me their full-time an- them singer. They are one of the top men&apos;s hockey programs in the nation and I'm thrilled to become a bigger part of their program and game day experi- ence." Mark told us recently. "Recently I was up at OHS speaking to the students in grades 5-12, and I en- couraged them to dream big and pursue their passion. I first discovered my pas- sion to sing and perform when I was at Ortonville High School and now I'm going to perform live for over a quarter million people in 2014 alone. 'I'm just a small town kid' isn't an excuse not to chase your biggest dreams and pursue your biggest goals." said Lindquist. "Next stop, the Super Bowl. And I'm not kidding." Mark said. Rites held for Sister Lucille M. Adelman May 19 Sister Lucille M. Adelman, 80, of the Mount St. Benedict Monastery in Crookston, died early Monday evening, May 12, 2014, at the Villa St. Vincent. Sister Lucille's Mass of Christian Burial was held Monday, May 19, 2014, in the Mount St. Benedict Chapel. Interment was in the Mount St. Benedict Cemetery. Online registry: www.stenshoel- houske.com Interment for Cal Lindman May 24 Interment for Cal Lindman, who passed away March 21, will be held on May 24 at 1 p.m. at the Eidskog Lutheran Church cemetery, rural Or- tonville. Lunch will follow in the church basement. BEL00 Alzheimer support group to meet We would like to invite anyone who is needing an Alzheimer's Sup- port group meeting to join us in Mil- bank, SD at the American Lutheran Church on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 from 2-3 p.m in the multi-purpose room. This is a confidential meeting and is a great resource for networking and learning about the Alzheimer's process. No one is ever in this alone. Sue Gibson, CDCM, leads the session and is open to discuss many different topics of the Alzheimer's disease. Chris, Steph Folk proudly introduce Shayla Rosabeth Christopher and Stephanie Folk are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Shayla Rosabeth. She was born on April 24th at 4:20 a.m. at 6 lbs, 12 oz, 20 in long. Grandparents are Neil and Beth Folk of Milbank, SD, Rosa Schuelke and Dan Biel of Wilmot, SD, and Steve Schuelke of Big Stone City, SD. UMVRDC monthly meeting set The Upper Minnesota Valley Re- gional Development Commission (UMVRDC) will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at the Appleton Civic Center in Apple- ton. The public meeting will begin at 6:30 pm. Memorial Day Service set at Eidskog Memorial Day Services will be held at Eidskog on Monday, May 26 at 11 a.m. with Brent Zahrbock as the speaker. A potluck dinner will follow and all are welcome. Senior Citizens club to meet The Ortonville Area Senior Citizens Club will meet at the Community Cen- ter Wednesday, May 21 at 1:30 p.m. where our former country school teacher Norman Shelsta will entertain us with a talk on "The Younger Gang". All are welcome. been :::5:::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::;:::::;:::::;:;:::::::::; 70" Reg SALE Baby shower set for Owen Andrew Weinand :iY .......... There will be an open house in honor of Owen Andrew Weinand on May 24th from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. It will be at the Doug and Amy Adelman home of rural Bellingham. Owen is the son of Kyle and Alyssa (Adelman) Weinand. (Adv.) Bridal shower set for S. Helgeson Please join us for a bridal shower honoring Sally Helgeson, bride-to-be of Dave Sterk, 10 a.m., Saturday, May 31 at Zion Lutheran Church, Or- tonville. The couple is registered at Target, Kohl's and Menards. (Adv.-2) Graveside service set for M. Stegner Marguerite Stegner, 89, of Morgan, formerly of Ortonville, died March 1, 2014 at the Sleepy Eye Medical Cen- ter. Graves,de services will be at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 20 at Mound Cemetery in Ortonville. Visitation will follow at the Or- tonville Golf Club at 2:00 p.m. Me- morials preferred for Gil-Mor Haven, 90 Third Street E., Morgan, MN 56266. Online condolences may be sent at www.stephensfuneralservice.com. Stephens Funeral Service - Redwood Valley Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. (00)RadioShack, 3i.tgr.t64 Ortonville, MN 56278 Milb( South Dakota 605-432-0526 Morris, Minnesota 320-585-1923 Tuesday, May 20, 2014 !iiii,iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i'i 'iii' //i/ii!iiiiiiiiii!ili!iiili" , ,' i i iiiii'iiii,ili!iiii'ii!ii,ii'i'i 'i ,ii i' iiiiiiiiliii[i:iii!iiiiiZi:i!iiiiiiiiii[i ii , fILl, ::.::::::::::::: i: i!;!iiiii! iiiiiiiiiiili sku#47LN5400 : iiiiiii:'iiiiiiiiii!iiiiiii Ortonville News By Gaff Maxwell 839-2207 Helen (Danielson) Breden and Glen and Pat Danielson went to church at Abiding Faith Lutheran on Mother's Day. In the evening Helen and Gloria Danielson went to Glen and Pat Danielson's where Helen and Gloria joined other relatives and had supper at Glen and Pat's in celebration of Mother's Day. Tom and Ann Nelson had Mother's Day weekend visitors Amy Nelson and her friend Larry Leon from Yankton, SD who brought Tom and Ann's grand- daughter Anika up from Sioux Falls to Tom and Ann's. They went out to sup- per on Saturday night, May 10 at Beardsley to the bar and grill called One More. The food was great. On Sunday, Mother's Day they had brunch at Tom and Ann's and their guests left for home. They had commitments at home. Some of the Homerite residents, Rita Grim's mother Ethel Benshoof, and Lucille Thompson's daughter Kathy Athey of Hutchinson had an early Mother's Day celebration in the Community Room of the Homerite apartments on Saturday, May 10. Rita Grim hosted with her homemade cakes which were delicious. Kathy Athey of Hutchinson visited her mother Lucille Thompson for the Mother's Day weekend. On Mother's Day they went to Sioux Historic for the buffet. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Karels at- tended the graduation for Kaylee Helgeson at the University of Min- nesota, Morris on Saturday, May 10. She graduated with high honors. Shirley Karels and Gall Maxwell visited Delores Karels at Northridge on Sunday, Mayl 1. Visitors of Gen Adelman at Fairway View on Saturday, May 10 were her daughter Mad and John Plathe and family of Bellingham and Gen's son Don of Ortonville. Gen Adelman and son Don Adelman of Ortonville were Mother's Day visitors at the home of her grandson Matt and Kendra Adel- man in Alexandria. Visitors of Gen Adelman at Fairway View was her sister Dorothy Adelman of Rosen on Sunday, May 4. Visitors at Gen's was her daughter Marge Knud- son of Montevideo on Monday, May 5 and Tuesday, May 6. Wanda Berry of Robbinsdale was a Mother's Day weekend visitor of Eve- lyn Morris. Eleanor Pavin was at Randy and Pam Schoon's for dinner on Mother's Day. . John and Anna Rothi were May 9 weekend visitors at Scott and Patty An- derson's of Lakeville. Sunday after- noon John and Anna visited and had dinner with Vicky and Dave Sager at Dassel. Jeanne Berg's sister Carol Kludt of Rapid City came to visit Jeanne for Mother's Day weekend and then also for a few days in the May 12 week. Jeanette Bohlman's daughter-in-law Shari Bohlman of Big Stone City, SD took Jeanette to the Matador for Mother's Day dinner. Randy. and Becky Stattleman had some visitors for Mother's Day their daughter Gina Anderson and her daughters Drew and Livia of Mankato and Randy and Becky's son Charlie of Ortonville. Charlie just graduated May 4 from Concordia College in Moor- head. The Stattlemans also had a visit from Eliza Hartmann of New York City. Eliza is Charlie's girlfriend. Elayne Fahlgren and her son Lee spent Mother's Day together and they went to Berkner Pizza for dinner. On Friday, May 9 Matt and Laura Lamb and girls met Laura's sister Mad in Fergus Falls. Mad took the girls to Perham. Then Matt and Laura went to Fargo where Matt ran the 1/2 Marathon. Saturday, May 10 Matt and Laura went to Perham after the Marathon. Then Laura and her sister Mad went to Minneapolis for a wed- ding on Saturday. Carrie Schrader, her grandson and his wife, and Carrie's daughter Denise went to Shady Beach on Mother's Day and had a nice brunch. For Mother's Day weekend and the two weeks following Lauren Shanks and daughter Anna of Chicago are here to spent time with husband and daddy Brandon Shanks. Eleanora Quast and her daughter Kathy spent Mother's Day in Fargo, ND. They also picked up Eleanora's cousin Rena Stallman of Morton, ND. An enjoyable day was spent by all three shopping and having dinner to- gether. Bev and Don Prior went to the Matador for Mother's Day dinner with their daughter Deanna, son-in-law Pete, and grandson Andrew Lundberg. Phyllis Schluter's daughter Theresa and Frank Kovarik of Rosemount vis- ited Phyllis Saturday, May 10 and Sun- day, May 11. On Saturday they enjoyed lunch in Milbank at the Millstone. They also went for a ride and saw ea- gles and deer. Phyllis Schluter visited Delores Karels at Northridge on Monday, May 12. Jack and Elaine Gable and Kevin and Beth Gable and Kevin Junior and Cora enjoyed a meal at the Matador on Mother's Day. An open house birthday party was held on Saturday, May 10 for Marion Maatz who had her 86th birthday on Friday, May 9 and for Clara Lottham- mer who was 94 on May 10. They also shared their party with Robert (Bob) Dybvig who was 87 on May 10. This was held in Fairway View where they are residents. Many relatives and friends came from near and far for best wishes for the trio. Refreshments were served to everyone present. It was an enjoyable occasion and they appreciate everyone who came. Some of Clara Lotthammer's imme- diate family came to help her celebrate her 94th birthday on May 10. They were AI (Elwood) Lotthammer of New London; Glen Lotthammer of Ray- mound; Arvid Lotthammer of Alexan- dria; Arvid's daughter Loft and Carl Wallin and daughters Sophia, Isabelle, and Gabriel of Glenwood; Ardie and Lowell Elliot of Sioux Falls, SD; her daughters Melissa and Jason Klien- huizen and their daughter Adelaide of Minneapolis; and Sara and Robb Hoogeveen of Montevideo. Visiting Dorothy Gmiterko from Saturday, May 10 to Monday, May 12 was her daughter Theresa Gmiterko. Saturday afternoon was a trip to Lou's Greenhouse for some flowers. Sunday morning they attended Mass at St. John's and a buffet at Sioux Historic. They had a very nice meal. Sunday af- ternoon was spent planting flowers and Theresa returned home to Hopkins on Monday afternoon. Jim and Neva Foster's children and grandchildren came to visit Jim and Neva for Mother's Day. They did a lit- tle bit of fishing and a lot of eating. Lawrence and Anne Schmieg vis- ited Vidella Parks and Tiffany on Thursday, May 8. Many enjoyed the Awards Night for the AWANA program at New Life Community Baptist Church followed by a light lunch and fellowship on Wednesday evening, May 7. Dustin Beachem of St. Paul came home to visit his parents Gary and LaVonne Beachem for the Mother's Day weekend. On Mother's Day David and Janet Weber, Kristin and DJ. Haggerty and family, and Steve Weber and family had a picnic at Tony, Katie, and Kylie Weber's lake lot on Big Stone Lake where they grilled out and had a picnic. Dee and Jim Strege were Mother's Day supper guests at Dean and Mona Strege's in Alexandria. Bob and Joan Foley and family had dinner with her mother in BeUingham at the cafe on Mother's Day. Cindi and Brian Boehnke of Bellingham, Jacob Boehnke and friend Nicole Anderson both of Bellingham, Jess,ca and Nathan Scherer of Pipe- stone; and Carmen, TaN,el, and Tristen Rochel and friend Terry Miller from Bloomington had a cookout at Carol Bohlman's place for Mother's Day. They all enjoyed the day. Monday, May 12 Kristen Unrue of Big Stone visited Carol Bohlman in the afternoon. Area news digest BENSON-Charges are pending against an adult in Benson who left a loaded .38- caliber pistol lying around where a kindergartner was able to pick it up and bring it to school last week. The pistol was loaded with five live rounds and one spent round, according to Benson Chief of Police Ian Hodge. The weapon was not in the child's home, but another residence. He said the misde- meanor charge of negligent storage of a firearm should be filed by the middle of this week. May 9 the District 777 Board of Education met in an emergency session and voted to pot epel the student, Supt. Dennis Laumeyer said Tues- day mrrning. ou'gii the State's zero tolerance law says that a student who brings a gun to school will be expelledfoi" up to a ye, it also provides tt/e local school district with the discretion to decide the appropriate punishment. MADISON-Filing for multiple positions in Lac qui Parle County opens May 20. Two Lac qui Parle County Board of Commissioner positions, the County Attorney position, County Sheriff and two Soil and Water Conservation Su- pervisor positions are up for election this year. Terms for Lac qui Parle County Commissioner - 2nd District DeRon Brehmer and 4th District Terry Overlander end this year. Brehmer represents the townships of Yellow Bank, Agassiz, Lake Shore, Walter, Perry, Arena, Hantho and Cerro Gordo as well as the cities of Nassau, Bellingham and Louisburg. Overlander is the commissioner represent- ing the city of Dawson. County Attorney Rick Stulz and County Sheriff Rick Halvorson's positions are up for re-election in November. WHEATON-Access to the water at two popular fishing spots in Traverse County will be a lot safer by the middle of this summer. The Traverse County Sportsmen's Club, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR), and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are working together to place 14 granite slab fishing platforms on the upstream face of the Reservation Dam along Lake Traverse, and at the Highway 117 bridge along Mustinka River. A special use permit application for the project was approved last month by the Traverse County Land Use Management Office, and listed in the permits reviewed by county commissioners during their meeting May 13. Along with the public using the sites for fishing, ranger staff also needs access for conservation en- forcement, according to the' proposal from the Army Corps and the DNR. "Walking on the existing rip-rap is difficult and hazardous ," stated the pro- posal. "The improved access is consistent with the project purpose and a benefit to the project office." The project referred to in the proposal is the Lake Tra- verse/Bois de Sioux Flood Control and Water Conservation Project. PRESE00A00ONS A Presentation on featuring Senior Linkage Line The Senior LinkAge Line@ has expertise in the areas of: Medicare Prescription Drug Expense assistance for Minnesotans of all ages Health Insurance Counseling Forms assistance, including help applyingforMedical Assistance and Medicare options Long-term Care Insurance, including the Long-term Care Partnership. Long-term Care Enjoy a met la.at dudno the mtlo This event is sponsored by the Planning Options Caregiver planning and support Northridge Friends and Family Council Senior Linkage Line helps connect people to services in the community and provides the assistance to help a person make good decisions. INDE00EN_PENT . /,',,,-t[,,/,],--3.,;d,,,,d Cl,.i< .. :..(DA[IS Ji' ...... . t'i,:,Jd., i:........(11i,,io, (; ;r,, Page 3