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Editorial comment Mississippi River Relief cleanup Junef 14-21; volunteers needed sure, home to 400 species of birds, national treasure," said McGuiness. announced on Thursday that plans are fish and wildlife and the source of The Twin Cities cleanup is the first underway for this year's 43-mile river one-third the Twin Cities drinking leg of a 400-mile, summer-long cleanup in the Twin Cities, June 14- water," said Anne Hunt, cleanup orga- cleanup that begins in the Twin Cities 21. nizer, who lives in a house boat in the and ends in the Quad Cities on August An estimated 1,500 volunteers will Mississippi River in St. Paul. 23. In total, an estimated 2,500-3,000 comb the riverbanks from Prescott, 'While last year's cleanup made a volunteers will roll up their sleeves WI to St. Anthony Falls, WI. Last huge difference, there is still a lot of and remove tons of trash from the year, over 1,200 volunteers collected trash out there.' Hunt says garbage Mississippi River. nearly 100 tons of trash, including along the Mississippi River banks gets The Mississippi River Relief-Big 1,634 car tires and a snow blower, there one of three ways: It is washed River Cleanup, the largest cleanup from the Mississippi River during an down storm sewers; it is illegally ever conducted along this stretch of eight day cleanup in the Twin Cities dumped; or is improperly disposed of the river, is a partnership of more than area. Trash collected averaged 135 by users of the river, including boaters 50 Minnesota businesses, environ- pounds per person. Spiriting last year's cleanup effort was Chad Pregracke, a 27 year old native of East Moline, Illinois, and founder of Living Lands and Waters, which has led scores of community cleanups along the Mississippi, Ohio and Illinois Rivers. This year, Chad Pregracke will be teaming up with Audubon's Upper Mississippi River Campaign to host an even bigger event. and fishermen. "We all need to do our part to clean up the river." "By teaming up with Chad and his crew, we'll be able to provide all the boats and equipment necessary to get the job done," said Dan McGuiness, Audubon. "Audubon's Lily Belle and Living Lands and Water's floating classroom will also provide a unique educational experience for volunteers. Folks will be able to clean up the river and learn a little something about the mental organizations and governmen- tal agencies working together to improve one of the nation's greatest natural resource treasures. Cleanups and educational events are scheduled all summer long. Call the Cleanup Hotline at 351-739-1127 or visit www.rivercleanup.org for more information or to register as a volunteer. BENEVOLENT FUND RAISER was held at St. Joseph's School in Rosen. The funds were matched by the Benelovent Catholic Aid Grant Program. Pictured above, Catholic Aid member Marlys Pillatzke is holding Austin Taylor, who received a check from the fund raiser. Susan Taylor is holding Grant Taylor, who also received funds. Also pictured are Joey Taylor, Catholic Aid Representative Mike Bredeck andSusan Karels, Fraternal Secretary. r An.g questions or , interested in signing up, contact Sara Graham at 320-568-2334 or Danielle, Beger at 320-839-3456 Ortonville Girl Scouts SWIM TEAM . Girls ages 7-18 . Improve swimming skills, build friendships and have FUN! . June 16 ru August 2 . Ribbons are awarded to ALL girls! . Practice two times a week for one hour. . Cost is $35 for registered Girl Scouts and $42 for non-registered. (Financial assistance available.) .-/- ii!I!Ji!ii.)!!i;;iii HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8AM-5:30PM; Sat. 8AM-SPM ORTONVILLE, MN PHONE (320) 839-2653 25 LB. BEEF BUNDLE 20 LB. PORK BUNDLE $49.95 ;25.95 Pioneer's Own - Per Lb. I Locally Grown Beef - Per Lb. SUMMER -- I QUARTERS SAUSAGE .............. 82.79 OR SIDES ............... S 1.49 Per Lb. BEEF STICKS ......... q.Ot, DELl TURKEY ......... $2.99 Pioneer's Own- Per Lb. 4L" 4rlk-- I YOUR GRADUATION HEADQUARTERS/ I Plan now and order your roast beef, pork or ham, fruit salad & assorted salads. | Fibromyalgia support group to meet June 16 The Madison Area Fibromyalgia Support Group for Fibromyalgia, Lupas, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome'will meet Monday, June 16 at 6:30 p.m. at Preferred Health in Montevideo. Dr. Seidl will be presenting "Reversing Fibromyalgia." There is a charge for the program and handouts. Reservations should be called in to 866-269-4774 by June 9. If you want to car pool, meet at Hilltop Apartments community room by 5:30 p.m.. The support group usually meets the second Tuesday of every month and is a support/informational group for those with Fibromyalgia and Lupas. A few characteristics of Fibromyalgia are general fatigue, chronic headache, morning stiffness, muscle aches andsoreness, non- restorative sleep/sleep disturbances. For more information contact Ethel Shelstad at 320-598-3876 after 6 p.m. I ONCE AGAIN . . . MANY THANKS Recent new and renewal sub- scribers to The Independent which we gratefully acknowledge with thanks for your loyalty: Margaret Classen Donald Donais Lloyd Lorange Paul Lorange John Mc Callum Marcia Kawecki Dan Beutler Tessa Mahoney M.R. Berdan C.J. Thomas Clarence Magnuson Vernon Longhenry Evelyn Peterson John Folkens Harris Jorgenson Marvin Gess Harry Quas t LeRoy Hamann Larry Bunting Greg Cloos Mrs. Richard Nichols Darlene Nichols Born Verlyn Shelstad Tom Morrison Marjorle Morrison Mike Holtquist Emil Swezey Luella Kiapel Irvin Adelman Jackie Adelman Leslie Hoium Roger Reisdorph Jerome & Judy Swensen i %Co,/ . . , . _ Hlebichuk-Shelstad vows told Rene6 Marie Hlebichuk and Randy Scott Shelstad were united in'mar- . riage Dec. 28, 2002, at St. John's Catholic Church in Ortonville with Father Robert Goblirsch officiating. Honor attendants were Tammy Gunlogson, sister of the bride and Bryan Shelstad, nephew of the groom. Other attendants were Tammy Roth and LaDonna McKnight, Dennis Shelstad and Brad Shelstad. Parents of the couple are Regina Hlebichuk of Sioux Falls, SD and Donald and Lauretta Hlebichuk of Cape Coral, FL and Arthur and Dawn Shelstad of Odessa. Rene6 is employed" by Prairie Community Services in Madison and Randy is dairy and small grain farmer with his family. The Shelstads reside east of Ortonville. If you're searching for affordable motorcycle insurance, Dairyland Insurance Company has just what you're looking for. 12 months of coverage for less than 12 months' premium Various discounts and a renewal program that can save you another 25% or more Preferred Cycle Program which can save you an additional 30% or more Give us a call. We'll help you pay less for insurance and put more in your pocketl .Dairyland insurance Company Rated A+ by A.M. Best Tom Kindt Agency 113 NW First Street Ortonville, MN Located in the CenBank butldlng Phone 320-839-6145 Stan and Marj Lindholm to be honored on their 50th anniversary! 1953 2003 Stan and Marj Lindholm will be celebrating their open house on Sunday, June 8, 2003 at the First United Methodist Church in Ortonville from 10:30 to 1130 a.m. No gifts, please. All friends and family are invited. The event is being hosted by their children and their spouses - Dan and Deb Lindholm, Jim Lindholm and Roger and Joan Lindholm. Stan and Marj Lindholm were married on ., June 8, 1953 in the Mission Covenant C,hurch at Upsala. j Page 4 00INDEPENDENT The Inde (U.S.P.S. JAMES Publisher Editor and Office KATHIE I Computer and EMILEE Compositor BETH Reporter / I TIM Camera NANCY PHIL MELANIE Advertisi Tues., June 3, 2003  Continuing Published Ortonville, Periodicals Postage pIid+ $30.00 per year Parle, Traverse Minnesota, Grant in South Dakota. counties in All others, $38.00 Postmaster: The Ortonville Ortonville, RATE A FEBRUARY' Big Stone, Lac Swift Counties Grant and February ........... 30.00 March ............... 27 50 Apdl .................. 25.00 May ................... 22.50 June .................. 20.00 July ................... 17.50 ALL February ........... 34.00 March ............... 31 24 A,odl .................. 28.40 May ................... 25.56 June ................ 22 72 July ................... 19.88 ALL AREA February ........... 38.130 March ................ 34.87 MAI d I .................. 31.70 ay ................... 28.53 June .................. 25.3 July ................... 22.19 The Publisher changes or nnt Iossen the omissions in tisement is strictly the issue or th( the adverti Church notes Display ads Correspondence Pictures - News - Friday Classified ads - (Any ad brought to classify.) A Wednesday: A A Friday: A Holidays Letters to the munity writers Independent and/or it might be Letters printed or address Addresses and not be publi,' Letter selves to one keep letter words, and tc The Ortonvil is news is If an zation for sidered paper. cease to receives for paper used in no increases. and a small Advertising crops products to and ness. We advertising our decision. A News: late readers. tor are of other expressed in tions own views, oral interest. Phone 839-3761 Iifiod Ortonvillo Editorial comment Mississippi River Relief cleanup Junef 14-21; volunteers needed sure, home to 400 species of birds, national treasure," said McGuiness. announced on Thursday that plans are fish and wildlife and the source of The Twin Cities cleanup is the first underway for this year's 43-mile river one-third the Twin Cities drinking leg of a 400-mile, summer-long cleanup in the Twin Cities, June 14- water," said Anne Hunt, cleanup orga- cleanup that begins in the Twin Cities 21. nizer, who lives in a house boat in the and ends in the Quad Cities on August An estimated 1,500 volunteers will Mississippi River in St. Paul. 23. In total, an estimated 2,500-3,000 comb the riverbanks from Prescott, 'While last year's cleanup made a volunteers will roll up their sleeves WI to St. Anthony Falls, WI. Last huge difference, there is still a lot of and remove tons of trash from the year, over 1,200 volunteers collected trash out there.' Hunt says garbage Mississippi River. nearly 100 tons of trash, including along the Mississippi River banks gets The Mississippi River Relief-Big 1,634 car tires and a snow blower, there one of three ways: It is washed River Cleanup, the largest cleanup from the Mississippi River during an down storm sewers; it is illegally ever conducted along this stretch of eight day cleanup in the Twin Cities dumped; or is improperly disposed of the river, is a partnership of more than area. Trash collected averaged 135 by users of the river, including boaters 50 Minnesota businesses, environ- pounds per person. Spiriting last year's cleanup effort was Chad Pregracke, a 27 year old native of East Moline, Illinois, and founder of Living Lands and Waters, which has led scores of community cleanups along the Mississippi, Ohio and Illinois Rivers. This year, Chad Pregracke will be teaming up with Audubon's Upper Mississippi River Campaign to host an even bigger event. and fishermen. "We all need to do our part to clean up the river." "By teaming up with Chad and his crew, we'll be able to provide all the boats and equipment necessary to get the job done," said Dan McGuiness, Audubon. "Audubon's Lily Belle and Living Lands and Water's floating classroom will also provide a unique educational experience for volunteers. Folks will be able to clean up the river and learn a little something about the mental organizations and governmen- tal agencies working together to improve one of the nation's greatest natural resource treasures. Cleanups and educational events are scheduled all summer long. Call the Cleanup Hotline at 351-739-1127 or visit www.rivercleanup.org for more information or to register as a volunteer. BENEVOLENT FUND RAISER was held at St. Joseph's School in Rosen. The funds were matched by the Benelovent Catholic Aid Grant Program. Pictured above, Catholic Aid member Marlys Pillatzke is holding Austin Taylor, who received a check from the fund raiser. Susan Taylor is holding Grant Taylor, who also received funds. Also pictured are Joey Taylor, Catholic Aid Representative Mike Bredeck andSusan Karels, Fraternal Secretary. r An.g questions or , interested in signing up, contact Sara Graham at 320-568-2334 or Danielle, Beger at 320-839-3456 Ortonville Girl Scouts SWIM TEAM . Girls ages 7-18 . Improve swimming skills, build friendships and have FUN! . June 16 ru August 2 . Ribbons are awarded to ALL girls! . Practice two times a week for one hour. . Cost is $35 for registered Girl Scouts and $42 for non-registered. (Financial assistance available.) .-/- ii!I!Ji!ii.)!!i;;iii HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8AM-5:30PM; Sat. 8AM-SPM ORTONVILLE, MN PHONE (320) 839-2653 25 LB. BEEF BUNDLE 20 LB. PORK BUNDLE $49.95 ;25.95 Pioneer's Own - Per Lb. I Locally Grown Beef - Per Lb. SUMMER -- I QUARTERS SAUSAGE .............. 82.79 OR SIDES ............... S 1.49 Per Lb. BEEF STICKS ......... q.Ot, DELl TURKEY ......... $2.99 Pioneer's Own- Per Lb. 4L" 4rlk-- I YOUR GRADUATION HEADQUARTERS/ I Plan now and order your roast beef, pork or ham, fruit salad & assorted salads. | Fibromyalgia support group to meet June 16 The Madison Area Fibromyalgia Support Group for Fibromyalgia, Lupas, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome'will meet Monday, June 16 at 6:30 p.m. at Preferred Health in Montevideo. Dr. Seidl will be presenting "Reversing Fibromyalgia." There is a charge for the program and handouts. Reservations should be called in to 866-269-4774 by June 9. If you want to car pool, meet at Hilltop Apartments community room by 5:30 p.m.. The support group usually meets the second Tuesday of every month and is a support/informational group for those with Fibromyalgia and Lupas. A few characteristics of Fibromyalgia are general fatigue, chronic headache, morning stiffness, muscle aches andsoreness, non- restorative sleep/sleep disturbances. For more information contact Ethel Shelstad at 320-598-3876 after 6 p.m. I ONCE AGAIN . . . MANY THANKS Recent new and renewal sub- scribers to The Independent which we gratefully acknowledge with thanks for your loyalty: Margaret Classen Donald Donais Lloyd Lorange Paul Lorange John Mc Callum Marcia Kawecki Dan Beutler Tessa Mahoney M.R. Berdan C.J. Thomas Clarence Magnuson Vernon Longhenry Evelyn Peterson John Folkens Harris Jorgenson Marvin Gess Harry Quas t LeRoy Hamann Larry Bunting Greg Cloos Mrs. Richard Nichols Darlene Nichols Born Verlyn Shelstad Tom Morrison Marjorle Morrison Mike Holtquist Emil Swezey Luella Kiapel Irvin Adelman Jackie Adelman Leslie Hoium Roger Reisdorph Jerome & Judy Swensen i %Co,/ . . , . _ Hlebichuk-Shelstad vows told Rene6 Marie Hlebichuk and Randy Scott Shelstad were united in'mar- . riage Dec. 28, 2002, at St. John's Catholic Church in Ortonville with Father Robert Goblirsch officiating. Honor attendants were Tammy Gunlogson, sister of the bride and Bryan Shelstad, nephew of the groom. Other attendants were Tammy Roth and LaDonna McKnight, Dennis Shelstad and Brad Shelstad. Parents of the couple are Regina Hlebichuk of Sioux Falls, SD and Donald and Lauretta Hlebichuk of Cape Coral, FL and Arthur and Dawn Shelstad of Odessa. Rene6 is employed" by Prairie Community Services in Madison and Randy is dairy and small grain farmer with his family. The Shelstads reside east of Ortonville. If you're searching for affordable motorcycle insurance, Dairyland Insurance Company has just what you're looking for. 12 months of coverage for less than 12 months' premium Various discounts and a renewal program that can save you another 25% or more Preferred Cycle Program which can save you an additional 30% or more Give us a call. We'll help you pay less for insurance and put more in your pocketl .Dairyland insurance Company Rated A+ by A.M. Best Tom Kindt Agency 113 NW First Street Ortonville, MN Located in the CenBank butldlng Phone 320-839-6145 Stan and Marj Lindholm to be honored on their 50th anniversary! 1953 2003 Stan and Marj Lindholm will be celebrating their open house on Sunday, June 8, 2003 at the First United Methodist Church in Ortonville from 10:30 to 1130 a.m. No gifts, please. All friends and family are invited. The event is being hosted by their children and their spouses - Dan and Deb Lindholm, Jim Lindholm and Roger and Joan Lindholm. Stan and Marj Lindholm were married on ., June 8, 1953 in the Mission Covenant C,hurch at Upsala. j Page 4 00INDEPENDENT The Inde (U.S.P.S. JAMES Publisher Editor and Office KATHIE I Computer and EMILEE Compositor BETH Reporter / I TIM Camera NANCY PHIL MELANIE Advertisi Tues., June 3, 2003  Continuing Published Ortonville, Periodicals Postage pIid+ $30.00 per year Parle, Traverse Minnesota, Grant in South Dakota. counties in All others, $38.00 Postmaster: The Ortonville Ortonville, RATE A FEBRUARY' Big Stone, Lac Swift Counties Grant and February ........... 30.00 March ............... 27 50 Apdl .................. 25.00 May ................... 22.50 June .................. 20.00 July ................... 17.50 ALL February ........... 34.00 March ............... 31 24 A,odl .................. 28.40 May ................... 25.56 June ................ 22 72 July ................... 19.88 ALL AREA February ........... 38.130 March ................ 34.87 MAI d I .................. 31.70 ay ................... 28.53 June .................. 25.3 July ................... 22.19 The Publisher changes or nnt Iossen the omissions in tisement is strictly the issue or th( the adverti Church notes Display ads Correspondence Pictures - News - Friday Classified ads - (Any ad brought to classify.) A Wednesday: A A Friday: A Holidays Letters to the munity writers Independent and/or it might be Letters printed or address Addresses and not be publi,' Letter selves to one keep letter words, and tc The Ortonvil is news is If an zation for sidered paper. cease to receives for paper used in no increases. and a small Advertising crops products to and ness. We advertising our decision. A News: late readers. tor are of other expressed in tions own views, oral interest. Phone 839-3761 Iifiod Ortonvillo