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\\; ! T THE SENIOR CENTER brings seniors together with help from a wonderful group of volun- , ;uee Amberl is served by, from left to right, volunteers Edna Kamin, Mary Underwood, Merle ,u ratl "  " • ha",-, line Kaufman. Below, Walter Grimm and Darlene Loeschke teach some new card games 1[  ' uHS students. .i * * * • • • • • • • Ior Citizen Center offers T e than one might expect Senior community groups as well, including have just begun People needing rides might imag- service, the of other activities is the founding ater, and played the center I/' ls, Ortonville's ,.en serving noon ith catering from c Maid Bakery t chaned to its 13' funded by the nception states the  . is strictly for (  enter Coordinator  yS.nothing could Zq m. truth. the Kiwanis every Tuesday, and monthly meals for meetings of the Kiwanis board and the Caring Friends Group." Menus are published weekly in The Ortonville Independent, with alterna- tive meals available for persons with special dietary needs and tastes. Suggested donations for the noon meal program are $3.90 for persons age 60 and under, and $2,25 for those above 60. Meals can be reserved by calling the center by 5 p,m. the previ- ous day. Reisdorph says the program would- n't be possible without the help of the many volunteers (all over 60) who help with the 20-60 meals served at the center each day. "The words won- derful and diligent don't begin to r,a! at the center and describe them," she says. r']ll'qvtties on a v .dPlt-t ,, ny gi en After the meal is through, the pro- P'J[I e serve several grams and services the center offers + SIZE P 185/75 R 14 $67,95 P 195/75R 14 $69.25 P205/70R 14 $76,95 P205/75R 14 $75,50 P205/70R 15 $82,95 P215/70R 15 $86,95 Other Sizes Availabl __ _ REGATTA J LEE ALL WEATHER P155/80R13 $31,95 165/80R13 $33,95 =175/80R13 $34,95 P 185/80R 13 $35,95 .P185/75R 14 $49,95 -P_185/70R 14 $47,95 195/75R14 $54,95 -P_195/70R 14 $52.95 205/75R 14 $56,95 P205/70R14 $53,95 P215/75R 14 $52,75 P215/70R14 $54,95 P205/75R 15 $55,20 P205/70R 15 $57,95 P215/75R15 $56,40 P215/70R15 $59,95 P225/75R 15 $61,95 P235/75R 15 $63.95 BLACKWALL ._P175/70R13 $36.95 I P185/70R13 $38.95 I P205/65R15 $611.50 K TIRE RVICE Don Kohl - Owner South of Junction 12 & 75 MN • PHONE (320) 839-2073 to and from Big Stone City, SD can call the center for a spot on the transit bus, which makes several trips per day between the two cities. "Cards are pretty standard activi- ties here," Reisdorph says. "There's also movies on the first Wednesday of the month, a health nurse on the first Monday to check blood pressure and pulse, a wood carver's group, bingo, progressive whist, pinochle, bridge, a quilting group and an exercise group." The center also has monthly visits from two different hearing aid compa- nies for questions and repair from seniors. Reisdorph invites people of all ages to share in the activities offered at the Ortonville Senior Citizen's Center, and asks anyone with questions or reservations to call the center at 839- 3555. C00ommg.. dity menaing . A better way to feed at a bener/e. i Cen Efficient Ntrition For more information call Censota Blenders 1-800-446-0565 720 Oak Street, Box 578 Alexandria, MN 56308 Home Loan? USDA/Rural Developrneiat Office Hours: Ist & 3rd Wednesday each month 9:30-11:30 a.m. in the Farm Sewice Agency Office in Ortonville. CALL 320-235-5612 FOR MORE INFORMATION Equal Housing Oprtun I QUALITY CLOCK' REPAIR Antique • Mantle 400 Day • Anniversary Striking • Chiming CRAIG RANDLEMAN OlCPONVILLE, MN 320-839-2357 1 a ceNfied oct, aker - Watchmaker Call After 6 p.m. for Estimates I 00iNDEPENDENT Samuel Sherman of Ortonville is graduating from the Perpich Center For Arts Education, Arts High School. Samuel studied in the Visual Arts program. The graduation ceremony will be Friday, May 28 at 4 p.m. at the Ted Mann Concert Hall at the University of Minnesota. Perpich Center for Arts Education is a state agency combining the Arts High School and Professional Development Institute. The Arts High School is a statewide, tuition-free, public high school for llth and 12th grade students. Students who have either a demonstrated art talent or potential art talent and a desire to grow are admitted. Thymian accepted at Moorhead State Adam Thymian a 1998 graduate of Ortonville High School, has been accepted to Moorhead State University. He is the son of Russell and Kathi Thymian, Ortonville. Happy Birthday "M" Sweet 15 on the 28th Love, Morn, Dad, J, S and E DON AND ELAINE WAGNER are the M a 7 Farmers of the Month. Don and son Bruce run a dairy operation with registered holsteins east of Clinton, See inside this section for this month's farmer feature, Kisses for Seniors made by Key Club Ortonville High School's Key Club is sponsoring a "Kisses for Seniors" project to send a congratula- tory note to a graduating senior. The project not only sends good wishes to a senior, but it raises money for the Key Club's many projects. Teachers, parents, grandparents, employers, siblings, and friends are encouraged to send their personalized messages and a bundle of kisses to their special senior. Simply contact any OHS key club member. Cost of the bundle and message is only $2. The Key Club will attach the messages, assemble, and deliver the bundles before graduation. The last day to order is May 28. They will be delivered to the seniors on June 2 at graduation practice. Go to CenBank for this great offer[ PLUS... you make no payments for 6 months! you make n__o payments for 6 months! you make n__Q payments for 6 months! Contact Tom or Deb for further details! \\; Member FDIC "Because we care!" CenBank P.O. Box 306 • 113 NW 1st Street • Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-6123 • 1-800-335-8920 • Fax 320-839-6127 www.cenbank.com III I I \\; ! T THE SENIOR CENTER brings seniors together with help from a wonderful group of volun- , ;uee Amberl is served by, from left to right, volunteers Edna Kamin, Mary Underwood, Merle ,u ratl "  " • ha",-, line Kaufman. Below, Walter Grimm and Darlene Loeschke teach some new card games 1[  ' uHS students. .i * * * • • • • • • • Ior Citizen Center offers T e than one might expect Senior community groups as well, including have just begun People needing rides might imag- service, the of other activities is the founding ater, and played the center I/' ls, Ortonville's ,.en serving noon ith catering from c Maid Bakery t chaned to its 13' funded by the nception states the  . is strictly for (  enter Coordinator  yS.nothing could Zq m. truth. the Kiwanis every Tuesday, and monthly meals for meetings of the Kiwanis board and the Caring Friends Group." Menus are published weekly in The Ortonville Independent, with alterna- tive meals available for persons with special dietary needs and tastes. Suggested donations for the noon meal program are $3.90 for persons age 60 and under, and $2,25 for those above 60. Meals can be reserved by calling the center by 5 p,m. the previ- ous day. Reisdorph says the program would- n't be possible without the help of the many volunteers (all over 60) who help with the 20-60 meals served at the center each day. "The words won- derful and diligent don't begin to r,a! at the center and describe them," she says. r']ll'qvtties on a v .dPlt-t ,, ny gi en After the meal is through, the pro- P'J[I e serve several grams and services the center offers + SIZE P 185/75 R 14 $67,95 P 195/75R 14 $69.25 P205/70R 14 $76,95 P205/75R 14 $75,50 P205/70R 15 $82,95 P215/70R 15 $86,95 Other Sizes Availabl __ _ REGATTA J LEE ALL WEATHER P155/80R13 $31,95 165/80R13 $33,95 =175/80R13 $34,95 P 185/80R 13 $35,95 .P185/75R 14 $49,95 -P_185/70R 14 $47,95 195/75R14 $54,95 -P_195/70R 14 $52.95 205/75R 14 $56,95 P205/70R14 $53,95 P215/75R 14 $52,75 P215/70R14 $54,95 P205/75R 15 $55,20 P205/70R 15 $57,95 P215/75R15 $56,40 P215/70R15 $59,95 P225/75R 15 $61,95 P235/75R 15 $63.95 BLACKWALL ._P175/70R13 $36.95 I P185/70R13 $38.95 I P205/65R15 $611.50 K TIRE RVICE Don Kohl - Owner South of Junction 12 & 75 MN • PHONE (320) 839-2073 to and from Big Stone City, SD can call the center for a spot on the transit bus, which makes several trips per day between the two cities. "Cards are pretty standard activi- ties here," Reisdorph says. "There's also movies on the first Wednesday of the month, a health nurse on the first Monday to check blood pressure and pulse, a wood carver's group, bingo, progressive whist, pinochle, bridge, a quilting group and an exercise group." The center also has monthly visits from two different hearing aid compa- nies for questions and repair from seniors. Reisdorph invites people of all ages to share in the activities offered at the Ortonville Senior Citizen's Center, and asks anyone with questions or reservations to call the center at 839- 3555. C00ommg.. dity menaing . A better way to feed at a bener/e. i Cen Efficient Ntrition For more information call Censota Blenders 1-800-446-0565 720 Oak Street, Box 578 Alexandria, MN 56308 Home Loan? USDA/Rural Developrneiat Office Hours: Ist & 3rd Wednesday each month 9:30-11:30 a.m. in the Farm Sewice Agency Office in Ortonville. CALL 320-235-5612 FOR MORE INFORMATION Equal Housing Oprtun I QUALITY CLOCK' REPAIR Antique • Mantle 400 Day • Anniversary Striking • Chiming CRAIG RANDLEMAN OlCPONVILLE, MN 320-839-2357 1 a ceNfied oct, aker - Watchmaker Call After 6 p.m. for Estimates I 00iNDEPENDENT Samuel Sherman of Ortonville is graduating from the Perpich Center For Arts Education, Arts High School. Samuel studied in the Visual Arts program. The graduation ceremony will be Friday, May 28 at 4 p.m. at the Ted Mann Concert Hall at the University of Minnesota. Perpich Center for Arts Education is a state agency combining the Arts High School and Professional Development Institute. The Arts High School is a statewide, tuition-free, public high school for llth and 12th grade students. Students who have either a demonstrated art talent or potential art talent and a desire to grow are admitted. Thymian accepted at Moorhead State Adam Thymian a 1998 graduate of Ortonville High School, has been accepted to Moorhead State University. He is the son of Russell and Kathi Thymian, Ortonville. Happy Birthday "M" Sweet 15 on the 28th Love, Morn, Dad, J, S and E DON AND ELAINE WAGNER are the M a 7 Farmers of the Month. Don and son Bruce run a dairy operation with registered holsteins east of Clinton, See inside this section for this month's farmer feature, Kisses for Seniors made by Key Club Ortonville High School's Key Club is sponsoring a "Kisses for Seniors" project to send a congratula- tory note to a graduating senior. The project not only sends good wishes to a senior, but it raises money for the Key Club's many projects. Teachers, parents, grandparents, employers, siblings, and friends are encouraged to send their personalized messages and a bundle of kisses to their special senior. Simply contact any OHS key club member. Cost of the bundle and message is only $2. The Key Club will attach the messages, assemble, and deliver the bundles before graduation. The last day to order is May 28. They will be delivered to the seniors on June 2 at graduation practice. Go to CenBank for this great offer[ PLUS... you make no payments for 6 months! you make n__o payments for 6 months! you make n__Q payments for 6 months! Contact Tom or Deb for further details! \\; Member FDIC "Because we care!" CenBank P.O. Box 306 • 113 NW 1st Street • Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-6123 • 1-800-335-8920 • Fax 320-839-6127 www.cenbank.com III I I