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ITH HER LAST KINDERGARTEN CLASS. Shown in front, left to right, are Alex Sis, Colin !, Philip Adelman and Taylor Radermacher. In back are Jacob Mosher, Danielle Mrs. Hanson, Anthony Eddy, Aaron Eddy and David Lee. Absent is Kalyn Gloege n reflects on 41 years of ing elementary school t Sandra Hanson grade, with her Iron Range in years later, she have changed, has gotten third grade in moving to she taught third years. She began a six week spring in 1961 and that. In to take over the i been there ever of 26 years with sos. at St. Cloud says one of the first t begin all day, indergarten in most memorable children Hanson how and tell time, as she recalls family pregnancies revealed, farm livestock sex education stories, and one boy bringing in a Playboy magazine for show and tell, which she said was probably .set up by an older sibling. Subject matter hasn't changed much over the years, she says, but there'are more new challenges for teachers and greater opportunities in learning, as teachers are instructing students in more complex materials an! a wider variety of subjects. "We are very fortunate to now have speech, Title I and Special Needs to help us deliver the best education pos- sible," she says. "The technology explosion has radically changed our world and our schools. Our kinder- garten students have a 45 minute com- puter class each Wednesday and look forward to it with so much enthusi- asm." "Sch(n)ls have changed and contin- ue to change-to meet the needs of stu- dent,,;," Hanson says. "Children have become more worldly and knowledge- able but many need more emotional support and structure. A teacher wears many hats - a nurse, a friend, a psy- chologist, a mother figure, a discipli- narian and a molder of minds." She adds children today lack cre- ativity because their senses have been dulled with too much television and too many videos. "All children still need love, understanding, guidance and discipline to function well," Hanson says. "A conference speaker once stated the top three needs of stu- dents are affection, appreciation and achievement." Hanson's family includes three daughters - Kami (and Brad) Nesvold of Madison, Kendra of Chicago and Keely (and David) Hoffman of Chicago, IL. She also has three grand- children, Brady, Krista and Kody Nesvold. Hanson's retirement recognition was held at the Spring Musical May 21, set for Youth fishing day to be graduat,on held June 5th at refuge house in honor Will be held at the Cameron bgin at 4 p.m. All (Adv.) As part of the National Fishing Week celebration that is held across the country, there will be a youth fish- ing day event at the Big Stone National Wildlife Refuge. The event will be near the auto tour route south east of Ortonville on Saturday, June 5th from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. This event is open to all youths up to age 12. Children should be accompanied by at least one adult. The Refuge and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources along with local businesses and civic groups, will help host this first of what may become an annual event. Along with open fishing in a refuge pond stocked with a variety of game fish, there will be opportunities for kids to learn about fish identifica- tion, casting, knot tying, fish clean- ing/handling and rigging fishing tack- le. Kids are encouraged to bring their own rod and reel although there will be some rods and reels available. Bait will be provided and door prizes and grab bags will be given away. Lunch will also be available, to register call 320-273-2191 prior to June 1. Local sponsors include: Ortonville JC's, Bud's Bait, Chamberlain's Sporting Goods and Men's Wear, Sonnys Color Printing, Pepsi Cola of Ortonville, Odessa Rod and Gun Club and Schmidt's Landing/Pro's Choice Tackle. '97 Ford Explorer XLT 4x4 Loaded - White - 30,000 miles '90 Ford Ranger 4x4 SK 6 cyl - Nice Truck! MILBANK FORD...WHERE YOU GET SERVICE AFTER THE SALE! Call Us Toll Free For A Deal - 1-800-594-9409 "Working hard to earn your business." Milbank Ford & Mercury West Hwy. 12 Milbank. SD 57252 605-432-4525 City's CWC to host Milbank come June 15th Ladies, there is a treat in store for you at Zion Lutheran Church in Ortonville, on June 15, 1999 from 9 to 11 a.m. Ortonville's Christian Women's Club will be hosting the combined coffee of their club and the Milbank Christian Womens Club. It will be their "Bouquets of Spring" Morning Coffee and they would love to see lots of ladies from this area enjoy this treat. Special feature "Rose Painting" will be rosemaling by Betty Wanke from Mi] an. "June is Busting Out All Over" music will be soloist Marlys Selvig from Ortonville. She is a retired elementary teacher and she likes reading, handwork and spoiling their new grandson. Speaker Ann Henzlik from Chisago City, will be "Scent-Cerely" yours. She is a seamstress and loves to read and exercise. Tickets are $3 inclusive and you can make reservations by calling Violet at (605) 862-8500 or Marilyn at (320) 325-5522. If you need use of the free nursery, you can let them know when you make your reservations. Cancellations are appreciated. Walk-ins are welcome. Hope to see you there! Engaged Barb and Mark Frevert of Aurora, CO, announce the engagement of their son, Cory tverson to Elizabeth Gurley, daughter of Kim and Lee Gurley, also of Aurora, CO. Cory is employed at Core Mark Inc. in Aurora. Elizabeth plans to major in child development. Cory is the grandson of Elsie and Emmett Earley of Brookings, SD and Bertha Frevert of Big Stone City, SD. A wedding date has not been set. JEFF LASKOWSKE has been chosen by the Milltones male chorus as the recipient of a $250 scholarship they present each sprinR to a music student n Milbank, SD and Ortonville. Jeff has been adiveTn all phases of music in high school as a soloist and member of large groups and ensembles. He will be attending Concordia College at Mooead, and is the son of Robert and Therese Laskowske of Big Stone City, SD. "Post" drops Copy this week from lla Cronen of Bend, Oregon: "Dear Jim, Just a little comment on our hurried trip to Minnesota Dec. 29, 1998. Our mother was ill. Arrived in Minneapolis to temperature of - 18 with a frightful chill factor. The trip to Ortonville was uneventful - motel room waiting and warm; you're fortunate to have the Econolodge. Finding mother better than we expected at Ortonviile Hospital. We stayed several days while she improved While there, and eating at Hilltop I accidentally left an envelope with money in on our table. The next morning the manager of the motel said someone had called describing us and said they'd return it to the motel if it belonged to one of US. Are there ever great people out there or what - the lady did return the envelope. As we were to leave Tuesday, Jan. 5th at 5 a.m. for Minneapolis to reach our flight to Oregon. Of course the rental car would not start, it was bitter cold, called AAA they maybe could come by 2 p.m. Econolodge had no answers or help - a couple other calls were made then I called the police station, was told someone would be there in 20 minutes, yes, in 20 minutes. A very pleasant man arrived, did not seem to be upset with the time or the cold and within no time we were on our way. Yes, Ortonville remains a small town with great people - a great place to be from! i INDEPENDENT WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS! ] TAKE UP TO 1% OFF YOUR LOAN RATE Reduce your loan rate, not your dream. Now you don t have to scale back your new car, next vacation or addition on the house. Marquette Banks will show you how to scale back your interest rate so you can afford what you really want. We II give you a Y,% discount for select products or services you use, up to a total of 1% off on new installment and home equity loans. To find out mope, stop by or give us a call.  g Mal'quotto Baldm !li:00 Mill:rank Off': 302 $ue7oinc3:'a//;No2ijC: 602";e4;1511 "in 5t't 862" 8163 d Tim Gapp I [ 1 Avaibb to qualified fixl rate and m conumo, loon cu,omer*. Products and ervic.. mu,t b .stabli=hl by me time of loon closing to quotik/for discount. Minimum nmv oon amount $10,000. Avoilo.bk to rv loon customr or mfinorme of existing loans win additional $10,000. '/,% discount wig be awardl or each qualified proouo or rvi with o maximum (liount of 1%. Not volld wile olr diccount and olr subject to end wilhou! prior notice, 1999 Morquk Bon. Member FDC. 1999 00INDEPENDENT Page 3 i ITH HER LAST KINDERGARTEN CLASS. Shown in front, left to right, are Alex Sis, Colin !, Philip Adelman and Taylor Radermacher. In back are Jacob Mosher, Danielle Mrs. Hanson, Anthony Eddy, Aaron Eddy and David Lee. Absent is Kalyn Gloege n reflects on 41 years of ing elementary school t Sandra Hanson grade, with her Iron Range in years later, she have changed, has gotten third grade in moving to she taught third years. She began a six week spring in 1961 and that. In to take over the i been there ever of 26 years with sos. at St. Cloud says one of the first t begin all day, indergarten in most memorable children Hanson how and tell time, as she recalls family pregnancies revealed, farm livestock sex education stories, and one boy bringing in a Playboy magazine for show and tell, which she said was probably .set up by an older sibling. Subject matter hasn't changed much over the years, she says, but there'are more new challenges for teachers and greater opportunities in learning, as teachers are instructing students in more complex materials an! a wider variety of subjects. "We are very fortunate to now have speech, Title I and Special Needs to help us deliver the best education pos- sible," she says. "The technology explosion has radically changed our world and our schools. Our kinder- garten students have a 45 minute com- puter class each Wednesday and look forward to it with so much enthusi- asm." "Sch(n)ls have changed and contin- ue to change-to meet the needs of stu- dent,,;," Hanson says. "Children have become more worldly and knowledge- able but many need more emotional support and structure. A teacher wears many hats - a nurse, a friend, a psy- chologist, a mother figure, a discipli- narian and a molder of minds." She adds children today lack cre- ativity because their senses have been dulled with too much television and too many videos. "All children still need love, understanding, guidance and discipline to function well," Hanson says. "A conference speaker once stated the top three needs of stu- dents are affection, appreciation and achievement." Hanson's family includes three daughters - Kami (and Brad) Nesvold of Madison, Kendra of Chicago and Keely (and David) Hoffman of Chicago, IL. She also has three grand- children, Brady, Krista and Kody Nesvold. Hanson's retirement recognition was held at the Spring Musical May 21, set for Youth fishing day to be graduat,on held June 5th at refuge house in honor Will be held at the Cameron bgin at 4 p.m. All (Adv.) As part of the National Fishing Week celebration that is held across the country, there will be a youth fish- ing day event at the Big Stone National Wildlife Refuge. The event will be near the auto tour route south east of Ortonville on Saturday, June 5th from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. This event is open to all youths up to age 12. Children should be accompanied by at least one adult. The Refuge and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources along with local businesses and civic groups, will help host this first of what may become an annual event. Along with open fishing in a refuge pond stocked with a variety of game fish, there will be opportunities for kids to learn about fish identifica- tion, casting, knot tying, fish clean- ing/handling and rigging fishing tack- le. Kids are encouraged to bring their own rod and reel although there will be some rods and reels available. Bait will be provided and door prizes and grab bags will be given away. Lunch will also be available, to register call 320-273-2191 prior to June 1. Local sponsors include: Ortonville JC's, Bud's Bait, Chamberlain's Sporting Goods and Men's Wear, Sonnys Color Printing, Pepsi Cola of Ortonville, Odessa Rod and Gun Club and Schmidt's Landing/Pro's Choice Tackle. '97 Ford Explorer XLT 4x4 Loaded - White - 30,000 miles '90 Ford Ranger 4x4 SK 6 cyl - Nice Truck! MILBANK FORD...WHERE YOU GET SERVICE AFTER THE SALE! Call Us Toll Free For A Deal - 1-800-594-9409 "Working hard to earn your business." Milbank Ford & Mercury West Hwy. 12 Milbank. SD 57252 605-432-4525 City's CWC to host Milbank come June 15th Ladies, there is a treat in store for you at Zion Lutheran Church in Ortonville, on June 15, 1999 from 9 to 11 a.m. Ortonville's Christian Women's Club will be hosting the combined coffee of their club and the Milbank Christian Womens Club. It will be their "Bouquets of Spring" Morning Coffee and they would love to see lots of ladies from this area enjoy this treat. Special feature "Rose Painting" will be rosemaling by Betty Wanke from Mi] an. "June is Busting Out All Over" music will be soloist Marlys Selvig from Ortonville. She is a retired elementary teacher and she likes reading, handwork and spoiling their new grandson. Speaker Ann Henzlik from Chisago City, will be "Scent-Cerely" yours. She is a seamstress and loves to read and exercise. Tickets are $3 inclusive and you can make reservations by calling Violet at (605) 862-8500 or Marilyn at (320) 325-5522. If you need use of the free nursery, you can let them know when you make your reservations. Cancellations are appreciated. Walk-ins are welcome. Hope to see you there! Engaged Barb and Mark Frevert of Aurora, CO, announce the engagement of their son, Cory tverson to Elizabeth Gurley, daughter of Kim and Lee Gurley, also of Aurora, CO. Cory is employed at Core Mark Inc. in Aurora. Elizabeth plans to major in child development. Cory is the grandson of Elsie and Emmett Earley of Brookings, SD and Bertha Frevert of Big Stone City, SD. A wedding date has not been set. JEFF LASKOWSKE has been chosen by the Milltones male chorus as the recipient of a $250 scholarship they present each sprinR to a music student n Milbank, SD and Ortonville. Jeff has been adiveTn all phases of music in high school as a soloist and member of large groups and ensembles. He will be attending Concordia College at Mooead, and is the son of Robert and Therese Laskowske of Big Stone City, SD. "Post" drops Copy this week from lla Cronen of Bend, Oregon: "Dear Jim, Just a little comment on our hurried trip to Minnesota Dec. 29, 1998. Our mother was ill. Arrived in Minneapolis to temperature of - 18 with a frightful chill factor. The trip to Ortonville was uneventful - motel room waiting and warm; you're fortunate to have the Econolodge. Finding mother better than we expected at Ortonviile Hospital. We stayed several days while she improved While there, and eating at Hilltop I accidentally left an envelope with money in on our table. The next morning the manager of the motel said someone had called describing us and said they'd return it to the motel if it belonged to one of US. Are there ever great people out there or what - the lady did return the envelope. As we were to leave Tuesday, Jan. 5th at 5 a.m. for Minneapolis to reach our flight to Oregon. Of course the rental car would not start, it was bitter cold, called AAA they maybe could come by 2 p.m. Econolodge had no answers or help - a couple other calls were made then I called the police station, was told someone would be there in 20 minutes, yes, in 20 minutes. A very pleasant man arrived, did not seem to be upset with the time or the cold and within no time we were on our way. Yes, Ortonville remains a small town with great people - a great place to be from! i INDEPENDENT WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS! ] TAKE UP TO 1% OFF YOUR LOAN RATE Reduce your loan rate, not your dream. Now you don t have to scale back your new car, next vacation or addition on the house. Marquette Banks will show you how to scale back your interest rate so you can afford what you really want. We II give you a Y,% discount for select products or services you use, up to a total of 1% off on new installment and home equity loans. To find out mope, stop by or give us a call.  g Mal'quotto Baldm !li:00 Mill:rank Off': 302 $ue7oinc3:'a//;No2ijC: 602";e4;1511 "in 5t't 862" 8163 d Tim Gapp I [ 1 Avaibb to qualified fixl rate and m conumo, loon cu,omer*. Products and ervic.. mu,t b .stabli=hl by me time of loon closing to quotik/for discount. Minimum nmv oon amount $10,000. Avoilo.bk to rv loon customr or mfinorme of existing loans win additional $10,000. '/,% discount wig be awardl or each qualified proouo or rvi with o maximum (liount of 1%. Not volld wile olr diccount and olr subject to end wilhou! prior notice, 1999 Morquk Bon. Member FDC. 1999 00INDEPENDENT Page 3 i