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ILLE'S r-- CLI:MENTARY STUDENTS participated in Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart this rse 1honey for the American Heart Association. The twogroups raised over $3,000. Pictured k.t')p individual money raisers for each grade. First Grade, Camille Schollberg, Secondgrade, =mldgrade, Lydia Thomason, Fourth grade, Nick Giese, Fifth grade, Kelsey Rejsdorph andSixth "N.!lson. Shela Hoernemann, coordinator of the event, congratulates all students who partici- ml so happv that we were able to raise $3,375 12 for such a worthy organization," said IEN AND FAMILIES of Conrad Paul and LaVonne hUelke invite you to help celebrate their parents' 50th ddil anniversary on Saturday evening, June 14, 2003 at It(Arlerican Legion. There will be an open house starting at :e at 8 p.m. Please let your presence be your gift. %bile Stta Y, June 9 hrican Legion and ost Bloodmobile. Bloodmobile will 'P at the Marietta )n Monday, June 9 at :orne! Call Betty 1-668-2535 or 6-623-4438 for Dimberg named to All-State Orchestra , . ,.,, ,, ! When you're ready, 1 meet you half way. Natalie Dimberg, daughter of Alan and Sharon Dimberg of Alexandria has been selected to be in the All-State Orchestra. She will go to music camp this summer and they will perform in concert in February. Natalie plays the cello. She is also on the Math team and has received honors for that. Curv is 30-minute fitness, commonsense weight loss, and all the support you nced to achieve your goals. The power to amaze yourself/ Engaged Bill and Ruth Foley of Graceville and John and Jean Merritt of Ortonville announce the engagement of their children Lisa Marie to Brian John. Lisa is a 2000 graduate of CGB High School and a 2002 graduate of Alexandria Technical College with an AAS degree in Finance and Credit Management. She is currently working at Minnwest Bank in Ortonville. Brian is a 1905 graduate of Ortonville High School. He is currently working at Ortonville Public Schools bus garage and Butch Thole Distributing of Ortonville. Brian and Lisa are planning an Aug. 30, 2003 wedding at Holy Rosary Church in Graceville. KarSky,Larson wedding dance All friends and relatives of Christine Karsky and Gabe Larson are invited to a wedding dance at the Clinton Memorial Building this Friday, June 6th. Hours will be from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Gene, Bey Cloos 50th this Saturday Gene and Bev Cloos of Big Stone will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary at an open house this Saturday, June 7th. ]{ours will be from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Big Stone City Legion. ARROW DRUG Clinton STARTS TODAY... Tuesday, June 3rd OPENING AT 2:00 PM UNTIL 8:00 PM I I NE CITY - 3 DAYS ONLY - STARTS WED. 10:00 AM born's o" - 00rican Legion Hall Big Stone Cit00 SD I % 3 2003 ' Bellingham/Louisburg I iii i By Margret Stueckrath Phone 568-2430 Gloria Sorenson was not present when her name was called for $20 at the Bellingham Community Day Drawing on May 28th. June 4th the drawing will be for $40. Lois Larson underwent surgery at the Willmar Hospital on May 20th. Visitors at the hospital were Wally, Pastor Hall, Marilyn Jensen, Sandy Borstad, Donna Anderson and Dee Wollschlager. Other visitors at home since Friday were Skip and Geraldine Blahosky, Darrin Larson, Joleen, Lucas and Chandler VanHoorn, Lou Jean Schake, Sandy tlaugen, Lyle and Karen Schake, Carol and Nancy Olson, Marilyn Jensen and Sue Ohm. Charles and lhla Thomson and Donovan and Joan Andreason were Friday evening visitors of Lucille Nelson. Charles and Fran Trygestad and Preston Mork spent the May 23rd weekend with Nell and Amy Trygestad and Georgia. Saturday May 24th Nell received his Masters Degree in Business (MBA) at 10:00 am at the University of St. Thomas at the O"Shaughnessy Stadium. Following the ceremony the above guests plus Dennis and Karen Jackson of Plymouth and Stan and Joan Reincke of Owatonna were dinner and afternoon guests at their home. Preston Mork returned to Plymouth to spend a few days with the Jacksons. Mrs. Thurman Kindleberger of Lake Benton and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson were Friday dinner guests at the Romona Tilbury home. Alfred and Barb Borgerson were among those attending the open house for Rachel Borgerson's graduation at the Richard Borgerson home. Harold and Martha Hanson spent the week-end at the home of his mother, Betty Hanson. Martha and Harold's grandchildren Ashley and Dylan Ritrie came along. On Saturday they went swimming at Milbank and Sunday they went to the Zoo in Things are buzzin' in the WANT ADS ( TUPPERWARE I ,Bridal Shower & Registry i [ -In Home Parties (Other I,.x:ati ...... ilable) [ ] ,Hostess Gift Specials [ I "Fundraisers - (s0% aonted) ] I *Career Opportunity I ] LifetimeCuarantee j!ii!: :. i! i ] .Monthly Specials  I Call 800-939-5105 I or 320-839-3454 | Ask for Lany "\\;a ft sgi flea ndmore@ya hoo.com Watertown, SD. Saturday niglat Harold, Martha, Ashley and Dylan took Don Dittes and Janette Hanson out to supper at Shooters in Appleton. Sunday night they went up to Don and Janette's cabin at Starbuck and Don and Janette took them out to supper at Lake Minniwaska. They all attended Memorial ceremonies at Louisburg and stayed for the coffee hour following the ceremonies at the church. lnga Koeckeritz visited at the Margret Stueckrath home on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson were Sunday dinner guests at the Bryan Overby home at Wilmont. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson and Mr. and Mrs. Craig Meyer, Nicholas and Courtnie of Brookings were Memorial Day dinner guests at the Ramona Tilbury home. Aaron and Deb Larson, Naomi Dempcy, Maggie Crosby and Ruth Larson met Lois Kockler in Chanhassen and attended the last INDEPENDENT performance of Camelot at the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre. Bob and Esther Buss from Milaca, Doug and Naomi Dempcy and boys, Jacen Allen and Tanja Pelton and Denise were dinner guests of Claude and Ruth Larson on Memorial Day. Memorial Day Charles and Fran Trygestad were supper guests of Warren and Becky Trygestad and family. LOUISBURG Matthew Thompson of Bossier City, LA was a Thursday morning visitor of his grandparents, Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson. Sunday supper guests of Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson were Matt Thompson of Bossier City, LA, Ron and Pat Anderson of Milan. Matt and his wife Amanda are leaving Tuesday morning for their home. Matt is at the Air Force Base there. Memorial Day Services were held at the Louisburg Cemetery at 8:30 am Monday morning. Services held for McDaniel grandson Dr. Ronn McDaniel of ortonville submits the following, re-edited from Omaha World Herald, Sunday, May 25, 2003. Peggy McDaniel last saw her 12 month-old great grandson on Easter, when her Valentine, NE home was filled with family. She recalled how Christian Lowe seemed so comfort- able around such a large group. "He was definitely a special little boy," McDaniel said. "He had a great social tolerance, and he was really pretty good-natured." The toddler died Friday, May 23, shortly after 5:45 p.m. in a two-car accident in Omaha, NE. His father, 20 year-old Lloyd Lowe, Jr. of Gretna, was ejected from the Chevy Camaro he was driving and was released Saturday from University Hospital. Christian was born Dec. 15, 2001. He was Lloyd and Micheala (McDaniel) Lowe's first child. His parents met in high school in Yutan, NE. They graduated together in 2001 and were married in Yutan last December. Micheala is pregnant, Peggy McDaniel said, and the Gretna cou- ple's second baby is expected in about six weeks, (a girl). Christian was in his car seat, but the itnpact of the collision was most severe on the child's side of the car. He wa killed instantly, and a nearby driver stopped at the accident and held CHRISTIAN WITH Grandpa Ronn McDaniel. his hand until emergency medical care arrived. She said "he didn't move, he didn't cry, his eyes were closed and he looked asleep and at peace," as she held his hand. Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 27th at St. John's Lutheran Church in Yutan, Christians Memorial webpage was made by his father Lloyd Jr, and can be read at: http://free.7hostO2.com/lloydlowe. MidcoNet No More Excuses SUMMER SPECIAL 3 Months High Speed Internet $14:9o00 (Reg. $29.95/mo.) JUST $79 FREE for a modem Installation (Reg. $149) ($50 value) THE FASTEST INTERNET IN TOWN Still using slow dial-up Interact service? Switching to MidcoNet" High Speed Broadband Interact has never been easier or more affordable! Call today and we'll take care of the switch. No more waiting, No more interruptions. No more missed opportunities. Call today and GET HOOKEDi 1-800-888-1300 , to .,e = modem (1t0 a month for three months) and '11 let you ay tim pamnu to your modem purchase, Midcon00ent www.midcocomm.com Monthly service regularly $29,95. Modem purchase or lease required. Modem a available for $10 per month, Service may not be available in all areas. Some restrictiOns may apply. Deposit ny be required, Offer available through 7131/03. Page 3 ILLE'S r-- CLI:MENTARY STUDENTS participated in Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart this rse 1honey for the American Heart Association. The twogroups raised over $3,000. Pictured k.t')p individual money raisers for each grade. First Grade, Camille Schollberg, Secondgrade, =mldgrade, Lydia Thomason, Fourth grade, Nick Giese, Fifth grade, Kelsey Rejsdorph andSixth "N.!lson. Shela Hoernemann, coordinator of the event, congratulates all students who partici- ml so happv that we were able to raise $3,375 12 for such a worthy organization," said IEN AND FAMILIES of Conrad Paul and LaVonne hUelke invite you to help celebrate their parents' 50th ddil anniversary on Saturday evening, June 14, 2003 at It(Arlerican Legion. There will be an open house starting at :e at 8 p.m. Please let your presence be your gift. %bile Stta Y, June 9 hrican Legion and ost Bloodmobile. Bloodmobile will 'P at the Marietta )n Monday, June 9 at :orne! Call Betty 1-668-2535 or 6-623-4438 for Dimberg named to All-State Orchestra , . ,.,, ,, ! When you're ready, 1 meet you half way. Natalie Dimberg, daughter of Alan and Sharon Dimberg of Alexandria has been selected to be in the All-State Orchestra. She will go to music camp this summer and they will perform in concert in February. Natalie plays the cello. She is also on the Math team and has received honors for that. Curv is 30-minute fitness, commonsense weight loss, and all the support you nced to achieve your goals. The power to amaze yourself/ Engaged Bill and Ruth Foley of Graceville and John and Jean Merritt of Ortonville announce the engagement of their children Lisa Marie to Brian John. Lisa is a 2000 graduate of CGB High School and a 2002 graduate of Alexandria Technical College with an AAS degree in Finance and Credit Management. She is currently working at Minnwest Bank in Ortonville. Brian is a 1905 graduate of Ortonville High School. He is currently working at Ortonville Public Schools bus garage and Butch Thole Distributing of Ortonville. Brian and Lisa are planning an Aug. 30, 2003 wedding at Holy Rosary Church in Graceville. KarSky,Larson wedding dance All friends and relatives of Christine Karsky and Gabe Larson are invited to a wedding dance at the Clinton Memorial Building this Friday, June 6th. Hours will be from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Gene, Bey Cloos 50th this Saturday Gene and Bev Cloos of Big Stone will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary at an open house this Saturday, June 7th. ]{ours will be from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Big Stone City Legion. ARROW DRUG Clinton STARTS TODAY... Tuesday, June 3rd OPENING AT 2:00 PM UNTIL 8:00 PM I I NE CITY - 3 DAYS ONLY - STARTS WED. 10:00 AM born's o" - 00rican Legion Hall Big Stone Cit00 SD I % 3 2003 ' Bellingham/Louisburg I iii i By Margret Stueckrath Phone 568-2430 Gloria Sorenson was not present when her name was called for $20 at the Bellingham Community Day Drawing on May 28th. June 4th the drawing will be for $40. Lois Larson underwent surgery at the Willmar Hospital on May 20th. Visitors at the hospital were Wally, Pastor Hall, Marilyn Jensen, Sandy Borstad, Donna Anderson and Dee Wollschlager. Other visitors at home since Friday were Skip and Geraldine Blahosky, Darrin Larson, Joleen, Lucas and Chandler VanHoorn, Lou Jean Schake, Sandy tlaugen, Lyle and Karen Schake, Carol and Nancy Olson, Marilyn Jensen and Sue Ohm. Charles and lhla Thomson and Donovan and Joan Andreason were Friday evening visitors of Lucille Nelson. Charles and Fran Trygestad and Preston Mork spent the May 23rd weekend with Nell and Amy Trygestad and Georgia. Saturday May 24th Nell received his Masters Degree in Business (MBA) at 10:00 am at the University of St. Thomas at the O"Shaughnessy Stadium. Following the ceremony the above guests plus Dennis and Karen Jackson of Plymouth and Stan and Joan Reincke of Owatonna were dinner and afternoon guests at their home. Preston Mork returned to Plymouth to spend a few days with the Jacksons. Mrs. Thurman Kindleberger of Lake Benton and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson were Friday dinner guests at the Romona Tilbury home. Alfred and Barb Borgerson were among those attending the open house for Rachel Borgerson's graduation at the Richard Borgerson home. Harold and Martha Hanson spent the week-end at the home of his mother, Betty Hanson. Martha and Harold's grandchildren Ashley and Dylan Ritrie came along. On Saturday they went swimming at Milbank and Sunday they went to the Zoo in Things are buzzin' in the WANT ADS ( TUPPERWARE I ,Bridal Shower & Registry i [ -In Home Parties (Other I,.x:ati ...... ilable) [ ] ,Hostess Gift Specials [ I "Fundraisers - (s0% aonted) ] I *Career Opportunity I ] LifetimeCuarantee j!ii!: :. i! i ] .Monthly Specials  I Call 800-939-5105 I or 320-839-3454 | Ask for Lany "\\;a ft sgi flea ndmore@ya hoo.com Watertown, SD. Saturday niglat Harold, Martha, Ashley and Dylan took Don Dittes and Janette Hanson out to supper at Shooters in Appleton. Sunday night they went up to Don and Janette's cabin at Starbuck and Don and Janette took them out to supper at Lake Minniwaska. They all attended Memorial ceremonies at Louisburg and stayed for the coffee hour following the ceremonies at the church. lnga Koeckeritz visited at the Margret Stueckrath home on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson were Sunday dinner guests at the Bryan Overby home at Wilmont. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson and Mr. and Mrs. Craig Meyer, Nicholas and Courtnie of Brookings were Memorial Day dinner guests at the Ramona Tilbury home. Aaron and Deb Larson, Naomi Dempcy, Maggie Crosby and Ruth Larson met Lois Kockler in Chanhassen and attended the last INDEPENDENT performance of Camelot at the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre. Bob and Esther Buss from Milaca, Doug and Naomi Dempcy and boys, Jacen Allen and Tanja Pelton and Denise were dinner guests of Claude and Ruth Larson on Memorial Day. Memorial Day Charles and Fran Trygestad were supper guests of Warren and Becky Trygestad and family. LOUISBURG Matthew Thompson of Bossier City, LA was a Thursday morning visitor of his grandparents, Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson. Sunday supper guests of Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson were Matt Thompson of Bossier City, LA, Ron and Pat Anderson of Milan. Matt and his wife Amanda are leaving Tuesday morning for their home. Matt is at the Air Force Base there. Memorial Day Services were held at the Louisburg Cemetery at 8:30 am Monday morning. Services held for McDaniel grandson Dr. Ronn McDaniel of ortonville submits the following, re-edited from Omaha World Herald, Sunday, May 25, 2003. Peggy McDaniel last saw her 12 month-old great grandson on Easter, when her Valentine, NE home was filled with family. She recalled how Christian Lowe seemed so comfort- able around such a large group. "He was definitely a special little boy," McDaniel said. "He had a great social tolerance, and he was really pretty good-natured." The toddler died Friday, May 23, shortly after 5:45 p.m. in a two-car accident in Omaha, NE. His father, 20 year-old Lloyd Lowe, Jr. of Gretna, was ejected from the Chevy Camaro he was driving and was released Saturday from University Hospital. Christian was born Dec. 15, 2001. He was Lloyd and Micheala (McDaniel) Lowe's first child. His parents met in high school in Yutan, NE. They graduated together in 2001 and were married in Yutan last December. Micheala is pregnant, Peggy McDaniel said, and the Gretna cou- ple's second baby is expected in about six weeks, (a girl). Christian was in his car seat, but the itnpact of the collision was most severe on the child's side of the car. He wa killed instantly, and a nearby driver stopped at the accident and held CHRISTIAN WITH Grandpa Ronn McDaniel. his hand until emergency medical care arrived. She said "he didn't move, he didn't cry, his eyes were closed and he looked asleep and at peace," as she held his hand. Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 27th at St. John's Lutheran Church in Yutan, Christians Memorial webpage was made by his father Lloyd Jr, and can be read at: http://free.7hostO2.com/lloydlowe. MidcoNet No More Excuses SUMMER SPECIAL 3 Months High Speed Internet $14:9o00 (Reg. $29.95/mo.) JUST $79 FREE for a modem Installation (Reg. $149) ($50 value) THE FASTEST INTERNET IN TOWN Still using slow dial-up Interact service? Switching to MidcoNet" High Speed Broadband Interact has never been easier or more affordable! Call today and we'll take care of the switch. No more waiting, No more interruptions. No more missed opportunities. Call today and GET HOOKEDi 1-800-888-1300 , to .,e = modem (1t0 a month for three months) and '11 let you ay tim pamnu to your modem purchase, Midcon00ent www.midcocomm.com Monthly service regularly $29,95. Modem purchase or lease required. Modem a available for $10 per month, Service may not be available in all areas. Some restrictiOns may apply. Deposit ny be required, Offer available through 7131/03. Page 3