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Brunner-Henrich vows spoken Kimberly Brunner and Chad Henrich, both of Fargo, were married Sept. 12, 1998 at the Basilica of St James in Jamestown, ND with Rev. Bernard Pfau officiating. Parents of the couple are James and Kathleen Brunner, Jamestown, and Thomas and Marlene Henrich, Ortonville. Attendants were Jaleen Brnnner, Maira Hueber and Cheri Law, all of Fargo; Shannon Hanson, Eden Prairie; Tamra Werts, Rochester; Sarah Henrich, Milbank, SD; Paul Strong, Jason Henrich, Nathan Henrich and Joseph Henrich all of Ortonville; Joseph Brunner, Jamestown; and McKenzie Henrich and Jacob Henrich, both of Bellingham. Ushers were Ryan Rademacher of Milbank and Andrew Knutson of St. Paul. The bride is a 1993 graduate of Jamestown High School, and attends North Dakota State University in Fargo, majoring in pharmacy. The groom is a 1997 graduate of NDSU. He is employed by Northern Technologies Inc., Fargo, as a civil engineer. The couple lives in Fargo. Ortonville news I GaD Maxwdl, Phone 839-2207 David and Inez Troen and Benge Troen of Glenwood came to visit Rena Bagne and Rena took them out to dinner on Wednesday, May 19th. Helen Breden, Marie Olson, Ruth Malkson all of Milbank, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Danielson, Janet Weber, and Jean Danielson were visitors of Lillian Danielson Sunday afternoon, May 16th. Sunday, May 16th Lillian Ninneman and Warren Drewelow went to visit Delmar Mielitz. They all had fun. Friday, May 21st Hilda Brehmer from Bellingham had dinner with Lillian Ninneman. In the afternoon Hilda and Lillian visited Lily Loeschke at Northridge. Irene Mathison and Mary Lou Croatt spent Monday afternoon, May 17th visiting their sister Sylvia Croatt at the nursing home in Appleton. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Sis and family of Brooklyn Park on the weekend of May 14th, 15th and 16th. They helped their granddaughter Ashley celebrate her third birthday. Vidella Roschen, Nathan and Tiffaney went to visit Brad and Jennifer Parks in Watertown and Greg Parks and Jennifer Parks in Brooklyn Park over the weekend of May 14th. Rose Van Stralen attended Christian Women's Club on Tuesday, May 18th. Diane Kvidera enjoyed a wonderful evening Wednesday, May 19th at her birthday club. Pat Hyatt was hostess to eleven ladies. They celebrated Dee Strong's birthday. On Tuesday, May 18th Diane Kvidera enjoyed a dinner at the Senior Center with her sisters Vi Hansen, Gladdie Van Stralen, Georgette Giessinger and Dottie Prasnicki. After the delicious dinner which was a treat from Vi Hansen the sisters all played pinochle at Diane's house. The weekend of May 14th Kathy Gilsdorf's brother Keith Giisdorf and nephew Greg Synder and three of their friends came up to go fishing for the weekend and stayed with Kathy, Gladys Brehmer among others was singing in the Big Stone Community Chorus at the Ortonville Senior Center on Thursday, May 20th. Lorraine Schnaser and Lucille McFarland were Thursday afternoon, May 20th guests of Gladys Brehmer. Dr. Bryan Delage's brother Todd Delage is visiting from West Palm Beach, FL. He will be staying with Dr. Bryan and Kristi Delage through the summer. Visitors of Elda Van Eschen were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Adoiphson of Ortonville on Friday evening, May 21st. They all enjoyed a ride in the area. These are the high card players at the Ortonville Senior Center. High bridge players on Friday afternoon, May 21st were Lloyd Sievers and Pearl Pederson. The two high whist players were Rachel LaPolice and Bertha Amberg on Tuesday, May 18th. Marvin and Joan Block were Tuesday, May 18th overnight guests of royal and LaVay Anderson of Circle Pines. On Wednesday they attended the funeral service of Orrin Anderson of Circle Pines. Wednesday evening they had dinner with their granddaughter Amy Thielke of Eagan. Samantha Buescher of Bloomington came out Thursday, May 28th. She spent the night and visited her grandmother Gail Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bolsis and daughters Ashley and Amanda of Andover spent the weekend of May 21st with Dennis and Carol Dragt. Dave and JoDee McCloughan and boys, Grant and Ryan, of Loveland, CO visited last week at the home of their grandparents, Ken and Mary Ann Holtquist. While here they took a ride on the Eahtonka on beautiful Big Stone Lake and enjoyed a cookout at the Sheldon and Karen Konstant home where grandma Marie Dahlgren of LaBolt joined them. Other guests were from Strandburg, Watertown, Rapid City and Ortonville. Sellin open house An open house will be held in honor of the graudation of Ben Sellin on Sunday, June 6th following graduation exercises at the Ortonville School at 529 N Minnesota St. (Adv.) Tenth graders rank high on skills test More than 63,000 tenth grade stu- dents across Minnesota took the Minnesota Basic Skills Test in writing recently. Students are required to pass this test in order to graduate from high school. Here in Ortonville, 93 percent of the sophomore class passed the skills test, as compared to the state average of 85 percent. Administrators at OHS have remarked this is one of the best results for a school across the state. WATCHES 10-25% oFF BLACK HILLS GOLD 25% oFF JO JEWELRY Ortonille, MN 56278 Phone 839-3262 i ii ii i UNITY II SQUARE East Hwy. 12 Milbank, SD 57252 (605) 432-9236 yod00e Invited To Our , 4th Celebration June I-6, 1999 We Invite the public to take part in the activities offered during this week...FREE OF CHARGE! We encourage all members and non-members to participate. Don't forget to register at the front desk for a chance to win a free membership. Brent Gloege, SDSU Wellness Promotion Major, will be available for health assessments, personal training throughout week and summer. SUMMER BUILDING HOURS: MON.-FRI. 0am-9pm; SAT. 8am-6 pro; SUN. 1-6 pm WEDNESDAY (JUNE 2) 6:30 am water aerobics 10 am water aerobics 5:30 pm step aerobics THURSDAY (JUNE 3) FRIDAY (JUNE 4) 6 am water aerobics I0 am water aerobics SATURDAY (JUNE 5) & SUNDAY (JUNE 6) OPEN TUESDAY (JUNE 1) 6:30 am step aerobics 7:30 am Hardees 9 am water aerobics 10 am callanetlcs 10 arr6 pm massage 11:30 am Subway 5:15 pm water aerobics 7 pm wellness presentation 9 am water aerobics I0 am callanetics I0 am-6 pm massage 11:30 am Subway 5:15 pm water aerobics Cards of thanks CARD OF THANKS The Big Stone County Horticultural Society would like to take this opportunity to thank Master Gardener Bob Dybvig. He was very accommodating in showing and describing all the roses he has planted across the street from the Senior Citizens Center to our club. We hope that everyone will take the time to visit this area starting the middle of June when these roses should be in bloom. Thanks again Bob! 17-1 CARD OF THANKS I want to thank all my relatives and friends who sent cards, gifts and food with my recent stay in the hospi- tal. Thank you for the wonderful care in the hospital. Special prayers from Pastor Shalom and everyone else who remembered me were appreciated. May God bless each and every one of you! 17-1 Gail Johnson CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank my family, the Ortonville Ambulance for getting me to the hospital so quickly, the Ortonville Hospital staff and Dr. Delage for taking good care of me while I was a patient there. I would also like to thank those who sent cards. I wish to thank Pastor Parker for his prayers and visits. 17-1" Luella Klapel CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to everyone. The staff at the Watertown hospital, the wonderful care at Ortonville Hospital, Father Goblirsch, friends and relatives for the time out of your busy day to visit and for the many wonderful cards which I received. I've been home since May 7th and doing as well as can be expected. May God bless you all. 17-1 Glenn Radermacher CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank everyone who had a part in our 50th anniversary party. Thanks to our children and grandchildren who put on the party. Thanks to all our friends and relatives who honored us by coming. Thank you for the many cards, letters and gifts from our many friends. You all have helped to make our 50 years together a whopping success! 17-1" Tom and Phyllis Schluter CARD OF THANKS Thank you to all relatives and friends who helped us celebrate our 50th anniversary. 17-1 MaryAnn and Marvin Arndt In Memoriam IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Raymond Stoehr, who passed away May 31, 1998, just a year ago. How little we knew when we awoke that morn. The sorrow that day would foretell, For it's hard to part with the one we love, Without saying a fond farewell. So many things have happened, Raymond Since you were called away; There were so many things to tell you and so many things unsaid. We cannot bring the old days back, Your hand we cannot touch, But we have such precious memories, Ray Of you whom we loved always. God gave us the strength to bear it And the courage to take the blow, But what it has meant to lose you - No one will ever know. 17-1 Sadly missed by your family Special event Memorial Day at Camp For Christ The public is invited to share in a service of honor and remembrance at Big Stone Camp for Christ on Monday, May 31, 1999 at 10:30 a.m. The service will have group singing, special music, and a message from God's Word. Following the service will be an old fashion carry-in dinner and the grounds will be available for games. This will be a great time for fellowship and recreation. It is also an excellent'opportunity for prospective campers to get acquainted with the campgrounds. Big Stone Camp for Christ, located four miles North of Ortonville on MN Hwy 7, still has some openings for campers during its four weeks of youth camps. Call 320-596-2300 for more information about the summer schedule and registrations. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS PROGRESS I! ALONG at water tower, have completed portion of has also gol Orlonville's course. Haukos o There will be barbeque in graduation at the Kathy Haukos on from 6 to 10 p.m. Lucie Thoreson Deb Steuart Call 839-2568 today. If the roof leaks worse than the sink, now's the time to find a solution. We can help. For financing home improvements, a new car, debt consolidation - NOTHING makes more sense than a fixed rate home equity loan from Minnwest Bank. Use your secure a loan that easy-to-budget payments. Call or today. We are handle your quickly and MINNWST B(ff Stone Lake Area Tourism Association would like to extend a huge thank you to the volunteers who helped with the MWC Walleye Stone Lake, May 22 and23. Thanks to all area merchants and media for promoting and helping make great weekend. Finally, thank you to the B(g Stone Lake area making the event so successful. Page 12 , 00INDEPENDENT Brunner-Henrich vows spoken Kimberly Brunner and Chad Henrich, both of Fargo, were married Sept. 12, 1998 at the Basilica of St James in Jamestown, ND with Rev. Bernard Pfau officiating. Parents of the couple are James and Kathleen Brunner, Jamestown, and Thomas and Marlene Henrich, Ortonville. Attendants were Jaleen Brnnner, Maira Hueber and Cheri Law, all of Fargo; Shannon Hanson, Eden Prairie; Tamra Werts, Rochester; Sarah Henrich, Milbank, SD; Paul Strong, Jason Henrich, Nathan Henrich and Joseph Henrich all of Ortonville; Joseph Brunner, Jamestown; and McKenzie Henrich and Jacob Henrich, both of Bellingham. Ushers were Ryan Rademacher of Milbank and Andrew Knutson of St. Paul. The bride is a 1993 graduate of Jamestown High School, and attends North Dakota State University in Fargo, majoring in pharmacy. The groom is a 1997 graduate of NDSU. He is employed by Northern Technologies Inc., Fargo, as a civil engineer. The couple lives in Fargo. Ortonville news I GaD Maxwdl, Phone 839-2207 David and Inez Troen and Benge Troen of Glenwood came to visit Rena Bagne and Rena took them out to dinner on Wednesday, May 19th. Helen Breden, Marie Olson, Ruth Malkson all of Milbank, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Danielson, Janet Weber, and Jean Danielson were visitors of Lillian Danielson Sunday afternoon, May 16th. Sunday, May 16th Lillian Ninneman and Warren Drewelow went to visit Delmar Mielitz. They all had fun. Friday, May 21st Hilda Brehmer from Bellingham had dinner with Lillian Ninneman. In the afternoon Hilda and Lillian visited Lily Loeschke at Northridge. Irene Mathison and Mary Lou Croatt spent Monday afternoon, May 17th visiting their sister Sylvia Croatt at the nursing home in Appleton. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Sis and family of Brooklyn Park on the weekend of May 14th, 15th and 16th. They helped their granddaughter Ashley celebrate her third birthday. Vidella Roschen, Nathan and Tiffaney went to visit Brad and Jennifer Parks in Watertown and Greg Parks and Jennifer Parks in Brooklyn Park over the weekend of May 14th. Rose Van Stralen attended Christian Women's Club on Tuesday, May 18th. Diane Kvidera enjoyed a wonderful evening Wednesday, May 19th at her birthday club. Pat Hyatt was hostess to eleven ladies. They celebrated Dee Strong's birthday. On Tuesday, May 18th Diane Kvidera enjoyed a dinner at the Senior Center with her sisters Vi Hansen, Gladdie Van Stralen, Georgette Giessinger and Dottie Prasnicki. After the delicious dinner which was a treat from Vi Hansen the sisters all played pinochle at Diane's house. The weekend of May 14th Kathy Gilsdorf's brother Keith Giisdorf and nephew Greg Synder and three of their friends came up to go fishing for the weekend and stayed with Kathy, Gladys Brehmer among others was singing in the Big Stone Community Chorus at the Ortonville Senior Center on Thursday, May 20th. Lorraine Schnaser and Lucille McFarland were Thursday afternoon, May 20th guests of Gladys Brehmer. Dr. Bryan Delage's brother Todd Delage is visiting from West Palm Beach, FL. He will be staying with Dr. Bryan and Kristi Delage through the summer. Visitors of Elda Van Eschen were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Adoiphson of Ortonville on Friday evening, May 21st. They all enjoyed a ride in the area. These are the high card players at the Ortonville Senior Center. High bridge players on Friday afternoon, May 21st were Lloyd Sievers and Pearl Pederson. The two high whist players were Rachel LaPolice and Bertha Amberg on Tuesday, May 18th. Marvin and Joan Block were Tuesday, May 18th overnight guests of royal and LaVay Anderson of Circle Pines. On Wednesday they attended the funeral service of Orrin Anderson of Circle Pines. Wednesday evening they had dinner with their granddaughter Amy Thielke of Eagan. Samantha Buescher of Bloomington came out Thursday, May 28th. She spent the night and visited her grandmother Gail Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bolsis and daughters Ashley and Amanda of Andover spent the weekend of May 21st with Dennis and Carol Dragt. Dave and JoDee McCloughan and boys, Grant and Ryan, of Loveland, CO visited last week at the home of their grandparents, Ken and Mary Ann Holtquist. While here they took a ride on the Eahtonka on beautiful Big Stone Lake and enjoyed a cookout at the Sheldon and Karen Konstant home where grandma Marie Dahlgren of LaBolt joined them. Other guests were from Strandburg, Watertown, Rapid City and Ortonville. Sellin open house An open house will be held in honor of the graudation of Ben Sellin on Sunday, June 6th following graduation exercises at the Ortonville School at 529 N Minnesota St. (Adv.) Tenth graders rank high on skills test More than 63,000 tenth grade stu- dents across Minnesota took the Minnesota Basic Skills Test in writing recently. Students are required to pass this test in order to graduate from high school. Here in Ortonville, 93 percent of the sophomore class passed the skills test, as compared to the state average of 85 percent. Administrators at OHS have remarked this is one of the best results for a school across the state. WATCHES 10-25% oFF BLACK HILLS GOLD 25% oFF JO JEWELRY Ortonille, MN 56278 Phone 839-3262 i ii ii i UNITY II SQUARE East Hwy. 12 Milbank, SD 57252 (605) 432-9236 yod00e Invited To Our , 4th Celebration June I-6, 1999 We Invite the public to take part in the activities offered during this week...FREE OF CHARGE! We encourage all members and non-members to participate. Don't forget to register at the front desk for a chance to win a free membership. Brent Gloege, SDSU Wellness Promotion Major, will be available for health assessments, personal training throughout week and summer. SUMMER BUILDING HOURS: MON.-FRI. 0am-9pm; SAT. 8am-6 pro; SUN. 1-6 pm WEDNESDAY (JUNE 2) 6:30 am water aerobics 10 am water aerobics 5:30 pm step aerobics THURSDAY (JUNE 3) FRIDAY (JUNE 4) 6 am water aerobics I0 am water aerobics SATURDAY (JUNE 5) & SUNDAY (JUNE 6) OPEN TUESDAY (JUNE 1) 6:30 am step aerobics 7:30 am Hardees 9 am water aerobics 10 am callanetlcs 10 arr6 pm massage 11:30 am Subway 5:15 pm water aerobics 7 pm wellness presentation 9 am water aerobics I0 am callanetics I0 am-6 pm massage 11:30 am Subway 5:15 pm water aerobics Cards of thanks CARD OF THANKS The Big Stone County Horticultural Society would like to take this opportunity to thank Master Gardener Bob Dybvig. He was very accommodating in showing and describing all the roses he has planted across the street from the Senior Citizens Center to our club. We hope that everyone will take the time to visit this area starting the middle of June when these roses should be in bloom. Thanks again Bob! 17-1 CARD OF THANKS I want to thank all my relatives and friends who sent cards, gifts and food with my recent stay in the hospi- tal. Thank you for the wonderful care in the hospital. Special prayers from Pastor Shalom and everyone else who remembered me were appreciated. May God bless each and every one of you! 17-1 Gail Johnson CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank my family, the Ortonville Ambulance for getting me to the hospital so quickly, the Ortonville Hospital staff and Dr. Delage for taking good care of me while I was a patient there. I would also like to thank those who sent cards. I wish to thank Pastor Parker for his prayers and visits. 17-1" Luella Klapel CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to everyone. The staff at the Watertown hospital, the wonderful care at Ortonville Hospital, Father Goblirsch, friends and relatives for the time out of your busy day to visit and for the many wonderful cards which I received. I've been home since May 7th and doing as well as can be expected. May God bless you all. 17-1 Glenn Radermacher CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank everyone who had a part in our 50th anniversary party. Thanks to our children and grandchildren who put on the party. Thanks to all our friends and relatives who honored us by coming. Thank you for the many cards, letters and gifts from our many friends. You all have helped to make our 50 years together a whopping success! 17-1" Tom and Phyllis Schluter CARD OF THANKS Thank you to all relatives and friends who helped us celebrate our 50th anniversary. 17-1 MaryAnn and Marvin Arndt In Memoriam IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Raymond Stoehr, who passed away May 31, 1998, just a year ago. How little we knew when we awoke that morn. The sorrow that day would foretell, For it's hard to part with the one we love, Without saying a fond farewell. So many things have happened, Raymond Since you were called away; There were so many things to tell you and so many things unsaid. We cannot bring the old days back, Your hand we cannot touch, But we have such precious memories, Ray Of you whom we loved always. God gave us the strength to bear it And the courage to take the blow, But what it has meant to lose you - No one will ever know. 17-1 Sadly missed by your family Special event Memorial Day at Camp For Christ The public is invited to share in a service of honor and remembrance at Big Stone Camp for Christ on Monday, May 31, 1999 at 10:30 a.m. The service will have group singing, special music, and a message from God's Word. Following the service will be an old fashion carry-in dinner and the grounds will be available for games. This will be a great time for fellowship and recreation. It is also an excellent'opportunity for prospective campers to get acquainted with the campgrounds. Big Stone Camp for Christ, located four miles North of Ortonville on MN Hwy 7, still has some openings for campers during its four weeks of youth camps. Call 320-596-2300 for more information about the summer schedule and registrations. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS PROGRESS I! ALONG at water tower, have completed portion of has also gol Orlonville's course. Haukos o There will be barbeque in graduation at the Kathy Haukos on from 6 to 10 p.m. Lucie Thoreson Deb Steuart Call 839-2568 today. If the roof leaks worse than the sink, now's the time to find a solution. We can help. For financing home improvements, a new car, debt consolidation - NOTHING makes more sense than a fixed rate home equity loan from Minnwest Bank. Use your secure a loan that easy-to-budget payments. Call or today. We are handle your quickly and MINNWST B(ff Stone Lake Area Tourism Association would like to extend a huge thank you to the volunteers who helped with the MWC Walleye Stone Lake, May 22 and23. Thanks to all area merchants and media for promoting and helping make great weekend. Finally, thank you to the B(g Stone Lake area making the event so successful. Page 12 , 00INDEPENDENT