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dus Karels 00.x,es,on ]get t 4-H Youth Development Pope County 320/634-5735 for Father Agdus will be held prior the church. be at St. Joseph entered this earthly He was born to Stoick) Karels on m Lac qui Parle. a farmer and his He was the six siblings, four Daniel sister, Clarice deceased). He was Joseph Church in 1914. He was also &apos;untry school and his name attended parochial graduated from in 1932. He Hall and the He was ordained first Mass at St. m Rosen. He was various parishes from 1944 to 1953. His first parish was St. Columbkill in Belle Creek, from 1953 to 1964. From then, he became pastor at St. Joseph's in Waconia, from 1964 - 1977. In 1977, he became pastor at his final parish which was the Ascension Church in Norwood. He served there until his retirement in 1981. From there, he moved to Ortonville, and became a member of St. John's Catholic Church. During his lifetime, he enjoyed playing cards, fishing, feeding and watching the birds, his model train, electronic kits, and keeping daily weather charts. He was quite an avid Minnesota Twins fan. He also enjoyed his pipe. Father Agdus was a gentle man of integrity, intelligence, dependability and humility, who lived his life everyday by Christian example. He was preceded in death by his parents, Frank and Clara Karels, brothers and sisters-in-law; Gilbert and Agnes, Raymond and Mildred, Daniel and Lucy, and Willard Karels, sister and brother-in-law, Clarice and Earl Redepenning, and two nephews and three nieces. Survivors include one sister-in-law Irene Karels, 23 nieces and 13 nephews and many great nieces and nephews. May the Lord bless you and keep you as you have blessed us. May the Lord make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you as you have always been to us. May the Lord look upon you kindly and give you peace. for Onalee Bruns, was held IA to Neils and tborg. She Browns kfter graduation, AAA farm 1941, Onalee was to Art Brun in  with her moved in with IA. There driver for Link ring the war, Art the Ortonville until her death. at the Big Stone for the Clerk of worked part- of Probate until a full-time time on. member of enjoyed over 40 Klick years with the Ottertaii Ladies Group and attended New Life Community Baptist Church. She thoroughly enjoyed the friendships that she developed during her years as a resident of the Ortonville High Rise and as an active participant at the Ortonville Senior Center. Onalee was devoted to her family. She enjoyed homemaking, gardening, camping, playing cards and traveling. Onalee enjoyed exceptional health and remained very active until Easter 2003, when she was diagnosed with leukemia. She moved to Northridge Residence April 28th 2003 and entered her Heavenly Home on May 23, 2003. Onalee was preceded in death by her parents, Gladys and Neils Faaborg, husband Art Bruns, brothers Nells;'Herbert and Jim. Survivors include two children, Julie (Steve) Kunrath of Ortonville, and Art (Glenda) Bruns of Cedar Rapids, IA, one sister, Patricia Morrison of New Lenox, IL, and two brothers, Robert (Jan) Faaborg of Rockport, TX and Lynn (Jean) Faaborg of Iowa City, IA, one sister in law, Fern Faaborg of Cole Camp, MO, seven grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. The Larson Funeral Home of Ortonville was in charge of the arrangements. l-Iallock Klick, 68, Gregory and Wade (Deb) ren, Paige and Vince (Mary) ated mother and always be ions to of Credit She also took great pride in her work with Creative Interior Designs of Applebee's Restaurants. Mass of Christian burial will be Wednesday, May 28, 2003 at 10 a.m. at St. Thomas The Apostle Church, 20000 Co Rd 10, Corcoran. Visitation is today from 5-8 p.m. at church and one hour prior tomorrow. Interment in Ortonville Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to Cancer Research, Mayo Clinic or Home Free, Plymouth. news =.A. Brehmer le and Dennis iadys Brehmer celebration on Sunday at the Sioux Falls. er and Gladys Seniors Club afternoon at Center. Gladys Others attended at Beverly Health a "Associate was a recent friends the Rev. home. ad' Carlene and visitors Hanson and Alton Hanson home. Carlene Wittnebel and Wanda Koepke were Monday night visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hanson and Alton Hanson home. Carlene Wittnebel was a Friday visitor at the Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hanson and Alton Hanson home. Marvin and Joan Block attended the graduation celebration for Ashley Thielke at her home in Ortonviile. Glen and Celeste Wilson came on Friday to stay for the Memorial weekend at the Richard and Carol Kivdera home. Jerry and.Alma Jorgenson spent Friday and Saturday, May 16 and 17 in St. Paul and attended the baccalaureate and commencement ceremonies at the Concordia ay is Mental Health Month Did you know? illness is real, common and treatable. For more information, call (320) 253-4136. or 1-877-210-2932 (Mental Health C0nsumer/Survivor Network) ew00Kirv CHANGE MANAGEMENT DETERMINES WHETHER YOU 'THRIVE' OR 'SURVIVE' A major ..... change causes: fear, anxiety and loss of control with most people. But what, differs is how : people react to that change. "You can react in a reactive or proactive manner," says Sharon Danes, Family Economist with the University of Minnesota Extension Service. Reactive people let change happen, then respond or adapt to it. They see change as a loss or threat. But proactive people, Danes says, plan for change and are open to new ways of doing things. They see change as an opportunity, or are at least open to re-framing how they view the change. "In the long run," Danes says, "how one interacts with change is the difference between surviving and thriving in one's personal, family, work or business life. How you view change influences how you communicate, make decisions and solve problems around change." Whether you view change as a loss or an opportunity depends on many factors. If many changes come at once or at a very fast pace, there is a greater chance the change will be seen as a loss. How you personally view a specific change has a great impact on how you respond to it, Danes says. The greater the meaning you place on a change, the greater the sense of loss. Two people can have the same experience, but view it differently. Here's an example: Two dairy farmers get hurt and can no longer milk. Both have a son or daughter interested in continuing in the business. Both view their injury and its impact on the business as a loss. At first, both deny the impact of their injury because they're fearful and confused about what to do. Then they both become angry and irritable. These are normal stages of grief over things we see as losses. Both experience the 'blues' for a while, but Danes says here is where they begin to differ. One farmer sees the injury as a loss of a way of life, becomes depressed and can't seem to move on. The other feels low for a while, but gets some help to talk ab0u the sitiaation ariff finds new meanings by exploring options and seeing the situation as a chance to get his child more involved in the business earlier. He also begins work on diversifying by creating a value added product that he can be involved in, despite his injury. How you view change also determines how fast you progress through a normal series of adjustments like these two dairy farmers faced. Danes has just written a new publication, "Change: Loss, Opportunity and resilience," that can help you make decisions in both your work and family life. Ask for it at your county Extension office, or call the Extension Service Distribution Center at (800) 876-8636. I would also like to provide a quote: "The past is history, the future is a mystery, today is a gift; that is why we call it the present." Brian McNeill is a Regional Extension Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in 4-H Youth Development serving the West Central District hat includes Big Stone County. University. Their grandson Ryan Behm was a member of the graduating class of 250 men and women. Their daughter Nancy Behm and grandson Scott of Fort Collins, CO also attended. Pastor George and Annette Krueger of Fargo, ND and their son Pastor Paul and Julie Krueger of Minot, ND also attended. Their son Matthew Krueger was a member of the graduating class of Concordia University too. Dennis and Hofazan Engebretson hosted all the relatives and friends of Ryan for a noon meal, in honor of his completing four years at the college. Mrs. Helen Groul of New Brighton has visited her sister Patricia O'Neill for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis O'Neill and son Michael visited mother Patricia O'Neill on her birthday. They erected a new rubberized mail box at her front door. They also pruned trees and bushes at the front of the house and rooted out small trees. They all enjoyed supper at the Dairy Queen before going home to Graceville. Danielson open house An open house graduation celebration will be held for Alexis Danielson, daughter of Craig and Robin Danielson on Sunday, June 1st from 4 to 8 p.m. at her home in rural Correll. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Thyne open house A graduation open house for Matthew Thyne will be held Saturday, May 31 from 4 to 8 p.m. at his home. All friends, neighbors, relatives, co- workers and teachers are welcome. Lee open house A graduation open house will be held for Andy Lee on Saturday, May 31 st, from 2-4 p.m. at the Senior Citizens Center in Ortonville. All friends and family are invited to join in the celebration. Collins open house There will be an open house graduation party for Eric Collins on Saturday, May 31, 2003 from 2-5 p.m, at the Gene Olson residence. All relatives and friends are I K. Stattelman and L. Ronglien open house An open house will be held at the Joel and Kathy Stattelman home after commencement Sunday, June 1st for Kelly Stattelman and Lacy Ronglien. Open house set for Kunrath A graduation open house celebration will be held in honor of OHS graduate Vicki Kunrath following commencement until 7 p.m. on June 1, 2003, at her home, 245 McCIoud St. (Peninsula) Ortonville Vicki is the daughter of Julie and Steve Kunrath. Open house for Swenson An open house celebration will be held in honor of OHS graduate Sarah Swenson. The open house will be held Sunday, June 1 following the commencement ceremony until 8 p.m. at her home, 113 S.E. 3rd street, Ortonviile. (follow the balloons). Sarah is the daughter of Tim and Dottie (Knutson) Swenson. Open house set for Amanda Arndt Friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend the open house in honor of Amanda Arndt on Sunday, June 1st, following the graduation ceremony. It will be held at the farm house 1/2 mile north of the Athletic field. Look for signs. II Swigerd open house " You are cordially invited to an open house for Brandon Swigerd on Sunday, June 1, 2003 from 4 to 7 p.m. following OHS graduation at the Ortonville VFW basement. Please come and join the fun. Larson open house A graduation open house in honor of Heidi Larson will be held Saturday May 31st from 4 to 8 p.m. at the home of her parents DeWayne and Gloria Larson, two and a half miles south of Odessa on ttwy 75. Johnson open house A graduation open house for Robert "Bob" Johnson will be held Sunday, June 1st at the Bellingham Legion Auxiliary room, starting at 4 p.m.. Croatt open house An open house honoring Amanda Croatt on her graduation will be held Sunday, June 1st at "Our Place Cafe" in Bellingham following the Ortonville High School's graduation ceremony. Letrud open house A graduation open house for Joshua O. Letrud will be held Sunday, June 1st starting at 4 p.m. at the home 1/2 mile W. of Louisburg. Open house set for Lisa Spors A graduation open house will be held for Lisa Spors on Sunday, June 1, 2003 from 4-6:30 p.m. at her home in Big Stone City, SD. All friends invited .to come. Athey open house A graduation open house for Chelsy Athey, son of Ron and Ginger Athey will be held Saturday, May 31 from 2 until 5 p.m. at her home. Franzky open house A graduation open house to congratulate Landon Ross Franzky' will be held June 1, 2003 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at Peter and Lois Franzky home, one mile south of Bellingham on Hwy 75. David Krogsrud's open house An open house in honor of David Krogsrud's graduation will be held Sunday, June 1st, from 4- 6 p.m. at the Stan Krogsrud home in Bellingham. All friends and family are welcome! Weber open house A graduation open house will be held in honor of Tony Weber on Sunday, June 1st from 3:30 until 7 p.m. at his home. All friends and relatives are invited to come and congratulate o Tony. Opeh for Lizzy Rausch nouse set invited to come and join the fun. In honor of Lizzy Rausch's graduation from Ortonville High School, an open house reception will be held from 4 to 6 p.m., Sunday, June 1st at her home. All are welcome! Open house for Ben Rudnick You are invited to a graduation open house for Benjamin Lee Rudnick from Ortonville High School on Sunday, June 1, 2003 from 4 to 7 p.m. at his home in Bellingham. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY Shelstad open house A graduation open house for Bryan Shelstad will be held Sunday, June 1 following commencement, at the home of his parents, Brad and Diana Shelstad. Open house for Sarah LaVoi An open house will be held for Sarah LaVoi on Saturday, May 31st at her home, starting at 2 p.m.. Kellen open house An open house will be held following commencement June 1st for Jason Kellen at his home. Ninneman open house A graduation open house for Travis Ninneman, son of Mark and Kris Ninneman, will be held Sunday, June 1st, from 4 to 7 p.m. at his home at 320 Otto Ave., Ortonville. Drivers Wanted: 1-800-777-1753  Ov 35 Years of Service BASEMENT WALLS STRAIGHTENED') ,=11= ' ,,. . ,,,, *B'I'IR&IGII'IIg.N Buckling Walls o =,We, o oat < " "':;" D ' Helped many that thought their "i. [ Sweat It situation was beyond hope. !i' "'- Call and we will give you names oI o , - " " '.m,,,= people we have helped near you. :: . . - Assurance ola Just Enjoy It I-.o.008.6247 k www.dryupbasement.com [ * " J,'J INDEPENDENT Page 11 t | dus Karels 00.x,es,on ]get t 4-H Youth Development Pope County 320/634-5735 for Father Agdus will be held prior the church. be at St. Joseph entered this earthly He was born to Stoick) Karels on m Lac qui Parle. a farmer and his He was the six siblings, four Daniel sister, Clarice deceased). He was Joseph Church in 1914. He was also 'untry school and his name attended parochial graduated from in 1932. He Hall and the He was ordained first Mass at St. m Rosen. He was various parishes from 1944 to 1953. His first parish was St. Columbkill in Belle Creek, from 1953 to 1964. From then, he became pastor at St. Joseph's in Waconia, from 1964 - 1977. In 1977, he became pastor at his final parish which was the Ascension Church in Norwood. He served there until his retirement in 1981. From there, he moved to Ortonville, and became a member of St. John's Catholic Church. During his lifetime, he enjoyed playing cards, fishing, feeding and watching the birds, his model train, electronic kits, and keeping daily weather charts. He was quite an avid Minnesota Twins fan. He also enjoyed his pipe. Father Agdus was a gentle man of integrity, intelligence, dependability and humility, who lived his life everyday by Christian example. He was preceded in death by his parents, Frank and Clara Karels, brothers and sisters-in-law; Gilbert and Agnes, Raymond and Mildred, Daniel and Lucy, and Willard Karels, sister and brother-in-law, Clarice and Earl Redepenning, and two nephews and three nieces. Survivors include one sister-in-law Irene Karels, 23 nieces and 13 nephews and many great nieces and nephews. May the Lord bless you and keep you as you have blessed us. May the Lord make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you as you have always been to us. May the Lord look upon you kindly and give you peace. for Onalee Bruns, was held IA to Neils and tborg. She Browns kfter graduation, AAA farm 1941, Onalee was to Art Brun in  with her moved in with IA. There driver for Link ring the war, Art the Ortonville until her death. at the Big Stone for the Clerk of worked part- of Probate until a full-time time on. member of enjoyed over 40 Klick years with the Ottertaii Ladies Group and attended New Life Community Baptist Church. She thoroughly enjoyed the friendships that she developed during her years as a resident of the Ortonville High Rise and as an active participant at the Ortonville Senior Center. Onalee was devoted to her family. She enjoyed homemaking, gardening, camping, playing cards and traveling. Onalee enjoyed exceptional health and remained very active until Easter 2003, when she was diagnosed with leukemia. She moved to Northridge Residence April 28th 2003 and entered her Heavenly Home on May 23, 2003. Onalee was preceded in death by her parents, Gladys and Neils Faaborg, husband Art Bruns, brothers Nells;'Herbert and Jim. Survivors include two children, Julie (Steve) Kunrath of Ortonville, and Art (Glenda) Bruns of Cedar Rapids, IA, one sister, Patricia Morrison of New Lenox, IL, and two brothers, Robert (Jan) Faaborg of Rockport, TX and Lynn (Jean) Faaborg of Iowa City, IA, one sister in law, Fern Faaborg of Cole Camp, MO, seven grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. The Larson Funeral Home of Ortonville was in charge of the arrangements. l-Iallock Klick, 68, Gregory and Wade (Deb) ren, Paige and Vince (Mary) ated mother and always be ions to of Credit She also took great pride in her work with Creative Interior Designs of Applebee's Restaurants. Mass of Christian burial will be Wednesday, May 28, 2003 at 10 a.m. at St. Thomas The Apostle Church, 20000 Co Rd 10, Corcoran. Visitation is today from 5-8 p.m. at church and one hour prior tomorrow. Interment in Ortonville Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to Cancer Research, Mayo Clinic or Home Free, Plymouth. news =.A. Brehmer le and Dennis iadys Brehmer celebration on Sunday at the Sioux Falls. er and Gladys Seniors Club afternoon at Center. Gladys Others attended at Beverly Health a "Associate was a recent friends the Rev. home. ad' Carlene and visitors Hanson and Alton Hanson home. Carlene Wittnebel and Wanda Koepke were Monday night visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hanson and Alton Hanson home. Carlene Wittnebel was a Friday visitor at the Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hanson and Alton Hanson home. Marvin and Joan Block attended the graduation celebration for Ashley Thielke at her home in Ortonviile. Glen and Celeste Wilson came on Friday to stay for the Memorial weekend at the Richard and Carol Kivdera home. Jerry and.Alma Jorgenson spent Friday and Saturday, May 16 and 17 in St. Paul and attended the baccalaureate and commencement ceremonies at the Concordia ay is Mental Health Month Did you know? illness is real, common and treatable. For more information, call (320) 253-4136. or 1-877-210-2932 (Mental Health C0nsumer/Survivor Network) ew00Kirv CHANGE MANAGEMENT DETERMINES WHETHER YOU 'THRIVE' OR 'SURVIVE' A major ..... change causes: fear, anxiety and loss of control with most people. But what, differs is how : people react to that change. "You can react in a reactive or proactive manner," says Sharon Danes, Family Economist with the University of Minnesota Extension Service. Reactive people let change happen, then respond or adapt to it. They see change as a loss or threat. But proactive people, Danes says, plan for change and are open to new ways of doing things. They see change as an opportunity, or are at least open to re-framing how they view the change. "In the long run," Danes says, "how one interacts with change is the difference between surviving and thriving in one's personal, family, work or business life. How you view change influences how you communicate, make decisions and solve problems around change." Whether you view change as a loss or an opportunity depends on many factors. If many changes come at once or at a very fast pace, there is a greater chance the change will be seen as a loss. How you personally view a specific change has a great impact on how you respond to it, Danes says. The greater the meaning you place on a change, the greater the sense of loss. Two people can have the same experience, but view it differently. Here's an example: Two dairy farmers get hurt and can no longer milk. Both have a son or daughter interested in continuing in the business. Both view their injury and its impact on the business as a loss. At first, both deny the impact of their injury because they're fearful and confused about what to do. Then they both become angry and irritable. These are normal stages of grief over things we see as losses. Both experience the 'blues' for a while, but Danes says here is where they begin to differ. One farmer sees the injury as a loss of a way of life, becomes depressed and can't seem to move on. The other feels low for a while, but gets some help to talk ab0u the sitiaation ariff finds new meanings by exploring options and seeing the situation as a chance to get his child more involved in the business earlier. He also begins work on diversifying by creating a value added product that he can be involved in, despite his injury. How you view change also determines how fast you progress through a normal series of adjustments like these two dairy farmers faced. Danes has just written a new publication, "Change: Loss, Opportunity and resilience," that can help you make decisions in both your work and family life. Ask for it at your county Extension office, or call the Extension Service Distribution Center at (800) 876-8636. I would also like to provide a quote: "The past is history, the future is a mystery, today is a gift; that is why we call it the present." Brian McNeill is a Regional Extension Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in 4-H Youth Development serving the West Central District hat includes Big Stone County. University. Their grandson Ryan Behm was a member of the graduating class of 250 men and women. Their daughter Nancy Behm and grandson Scott of Fort Collins, CO also attended. Pastor George and Annette Krueger of Fargo, ND and their son Pastor Paul and Julie Krueger of Minot, ND also attended. Their son Matthew Krueger was a member of the graduating class of Concordia University too. Dennis and Hofazan Engebretson hosted all the relatives and friends of Ryan for a noon meal, in honor of his completing four years at the college. Mrs. Helen Groul of New Brighton has visited her sister Patricia O'Neill for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis O'Neill and son Michael visited mother Patricia O'Neill on her birthday. They erected a new rubberized mail box at her front door. They also pruned trees and bushes at the front of the house and rooted out small trees. They all enjoyed supper at the Dairy Queen before going home to Graceville. Danielson open house An open house graduation celebration will be held for Alexis Danielson, daughter of Craig and Robin Danielson on Sunday, June 1st from 4 to 8 p.m. at her home in rural Correll. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Thyne open house A graduation open house for Matthew Thyne will be held Saturday, May 31 from 4 to 8 p.m. at his home. All friends, neighbors, relatives, co- workers and teachers are welcome. Lee open house A graduation open house will be held for Andy Lee on Saturday, May 31 st, from 2-4 p.m. at the Senior Citizens Center in Ortonville. All friends and family are invited to join in the celebration. Collins open house There will be an open house graduation party for Eric Collins on Saturday, May 31, 2003 from 2-5 p.m, at the Gene Olson residence. All relatives and friends are I K. Stattelman and L. Ronglien open house An open house will be held at the Joel and Kathy Stattelman home after commencement Sunday, June 1st for Kelly Stattelman and Lacy Ronglien. Open house set for Kunrath A graduation open house celebration will be held in honor of OHS graduate Vicki Kunrath following commencement until 7 p.m. on June 1, 2003, at her home, 245 McCIoud St. (Peninsula) Ortonville Vicki is the daughter of Julie and Steve Kunrath. Open house for Swenson An open house celebration will be held in honor of OHS graduate Sarah Swenson. The open house will be held Sunday, June 1 following the commencement ceremony until 8 p.m. at her home, 113 S.E. 3rd street, Ortonviile. (follow the balloons). Sarah is the daughter of Tim and Dottie (Knutson) Swenson. Open house set for Amanda Arndt Friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend the open house in honor of Amanda Arndt on Sunday, June 1st, following the graduation ceremony. It will be held at the farm house 1/2 mile north of the Athletic field. Look for signs. II Swigerd open house " You are cordially invited to an open house for Brandon Swigerd on Sunday, June 1, 2003 from 4 to 7 p.m. following OHS graduation at the Ortonville VFW basement. Please come and join the fun. Larson open house A graduation open house in honor of Heidi Larson will be held Saturday May 31st from 4 to 8 p.m. at the home of her parents DeWayne and Gloria Larson, two and a half miles south of Odessa on ttwy 75. Johnson open house A graduation open house for Robert "Bob" Johnson will be held Sunday, June 1st at the Bellingham Legion Auxiliary room, starting at 4 p.m.. Croatt open house An open house honoring Amanda Croatt on her graduation will be held Sunday, June 1st at "Our Place Cafe" in Bellingham following the Ortonville High School's graduation ceremony. Letrud open house A graduation open house for Joshua O. Letrud will be held Sunday, June 1st starting at 4 p.m. at the home 1/2 mile W. of Louisburg. Open house set for Lisa Spors A graduation open house will be held for Lisa Spors on Sunday, June 1, 2003 from 4-6:30 p.m. at her home in Big Stone City, SD. All friends invited .to come. Athey open house A graduation open house for Chelsy Athey, son of Ron and Ginger Athey will be held Saturday, May 31 from 2 until 5 p.m. at her home. Franzky open house A graduation open house to congratulate Landon Ross Franzky' will be held June 1, 2003 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at Peter and Lois Franzky home, one mile south of Bellingham on Hwy 75. David Krogsrud's open house An open house in honor of David Krogsrud's graduation will be held Sunday, June 1st, from 4- 6 p.m. at the Stan Krogsrud home in Bellingham. All friends and family are welcome! Weber open house A graduation open house will be held in honor of Tony Weber on Sunday, June 1st from 3:30 until 7 p.m. at his home. All friends and relatives are invited to come and congratulate o Tony. Opeh for Lizzy Rausch nouse set invited to come and join the fun. In honor of Lizzy Rausch's graduation from Ortonville High School, an open house reception will be held from 4 to 6 p.m., Sunday, June 1st at her home. All are welcome! Open house for Ben Rudnick You are invited to a graduation open house for Benjamin Lee Rudnick from Ortonville High School on Sunday, June 1, 2003 from 4 to 7 p.m. at his home in Bellingham. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY Shelstad open house A graduation open house for Bryan Shelstad will be held Sunday, June 1 following commencement, at the home of his parents, Brad and Diana Shelstad. Open house for Sarah LaVoi An open house will be held for Sarah LaVoi on Saturday, May 31st at her home, starting at 2 p.m.. Kellen open house An open house will be held following commencement June 1st for Jason Kellen at his home. Ninneman open house A graduation open house for Travis Ninneman, son of Mark and Kris Ninneman, will be held Sunday, June 1st, from 4 to 7 p.m. at his home at 320 Otto Ave., Ortonville. Drivers Wanted: 1-800-777-1753  Ov 35 Years of Service BASEMENT WALLS STRAIGHTENED') ,=11= ' ,,. . ,,,, *B'I'IR&IGII'IIg.N Buckling Walls o =,We, o oat < " "':;" D ' Helped many that thought their "i. [ Sweat It situation was beyond hope. !i' "'- Call and we will give you names oI o , - " " '.m,,,= people we have helped near you. :: . . - Assurance ola Just Enjoy It I-.o.008.6247 k www.dryupbasement.com [ * " J,'J INDEPENDENT Page 11 t |