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mitment is minimal. To help boost regional supplies of type-O blood, the Red Cross has scheduled the following "O" blood- mobile in the area: June 18, 1-7 p.m., Ortonville, MN, New Life Baptist Church, 605 N. Minnesota St. For more information on blood donation and future blood drives, con- sult the North Central Blood Services b site (www, yourbloodcenter.org) or Call the Red Cross at 651-291-4607 or 1-800-GIVE-LIFE. LOUISBURG LUTHERAN CHURCH held a congregational auction May 19 in Louisburg with matching funds of AAL Branch 2516 of Bellingham and Lutheran Brotherhood of Madison. Pictured above, left to right, are the clerks of the sale. They are Fran Trygestad, Donna Anderson, Ruth Larson and Marilyn Boxrud. Below, Richard Johnson, auctioneer Dennis Wiese (former member) and Kent Stensrud are shown on the rack. Bloodmobile coming, type 0 blood needed across reg,on Though donors of all blood types are constantly needed to maintain the nation's blood supply, "universal" donors are always in particularly high demand. Type-O blood is called the universal type" because it is frequent- when a number of units are quickly needed. In the North Central region of the country - which includes parts of Minnesota, western Wisconsin, north- ern Iowa, and eastern South Dakota - ly transfused to patients with other the American Red Coss estimates types, particularly in trauma situations that about 41 percent of blood donors Are You or Someone You Know Medicare & a D abetic? Get new ARM TESTING METERS at no, or low cost. De vet,zd to your dec  free No f:z,ms to fill No Hr'-lOs No Upfront Costs! CALL 1-800-894-4997 now! Afraid 00bu're Going Deaf? Steve Voss A skilled Beltone Hearing Specialist will be in your area to consult with you about your hearing and conduct FREE computerized hearing tests to determine if a hearing aid might help. You might find out you don't even need an aid! Don't you owe it to yourself and to the ones you love to hear and understand better? The benefits of hearing aids may vary by type and degree of hearing loss, noise environment, accuracy of hearing evaluation and proper fit. @Beltone helping the world hear better 2001 ehon Electronics Coq Senior Citizens Center Ortonville, MN June 11, 9-11 AM 1-800-669-3171 have type-O. Nearly 45 percent of the blood collected by the Red Cross, however, needs to be type-O to ade- quately meet regional hospital needs. "Because demand for type-O blood can barely keep up with sup- plies, it is important that everyone with that type consider giving blood ever3, 56 days or whenever the Red Cross bloodmobile"comes to the com- munity," sid Dr. John Miller, Interim Executive Director of North Central Blood Services. "Since type-O is so frequently used during emergency surgeries, the blood ymrdonate today may help to save a life tomorrow." Anyone who is at least 17 years of age, weighs at least 110 pounds, and is considered to be in good health may be eligible to donate blood. There is no upper age limit and the time com- Lunch at Frame House is always delicious! , Monday: Bar-B-Q Beef on a Bun Tuesday: Tarragon Chicken/Rice Wednesday: Homemade Soup in a flesh baked bread bowl Thursday: Lasagna Friday: Beef Au Jus Sandwich Saturday: Hobo Wrap Everyday: Sandwiches, Soup, Muffins, Cookies, Caramel Sticky Buns All Meals are $3.95 and include Fresh Fruit and Chips or a Bread Stic Frat Ho-6t 6alltj Main Street Milbank Free Lunch on your Biffhday! Extension I Jean Kvols County Extension Educator 839-2518 or 1-800-279-2518 Setting Limits and Standing Firm Dates To Remember: June 5 - 4-H Summer Intern begins work in Big Stone County June 6 - Ambie Summer Kick-Off Teen Retreat, Morris June 7 - Dog Project Training sessions begin at Clinton State Bank Parking Lot (7:00 p.m ) June 8 - Horse Project Training, Clinton (5 p.m.) June 9 Livestock Quality Assurance Training, Clinton (2:00- 6:00 p.m.) June 10-11 - Arts Day Camp morning or afternoon for 6 weeks June 11-13 - 4-H Jr. Camp and Adventure Camp, Camp Koronis, Paynesville June 14 - Dog Project Training sessions begin at Clinton State Bank Parking Lot (7:00 p.m ) June 14-16 - Dog Project Super- session, Blue Earth June 16 - Horse Project Training. Clinton (5 p.m.) June 17 4-H Food Stand Committee Meeting at CMB followed by Annual 4-H Federation meeting (7:30 p.m.) June 17-20 YELLO, State Fairgrounds June 20-22 Federation Conference, U of M, St. Paul Campus June 21 - Dog Project Training, Clinton (7:00 p.m.) June 23 - Horse Project Training, Clinton (5 p.m.) June 25 - Livestock Quality Assurance Training, Montevideo (4:30 p.m.) June 28 - Dog Project Training, Clinton (7:00 p.m.) June 30 - Horse Project Training, Clinton (5 p.m.) Bridal shower set for Mikki Kindelberger Ah oen 6use rial shower in " honor of Mikki Kindelberger, bride- to-be of Robbie. Knutson, will be held at the Matador Supper Club - Fiesta Room, Ortonville on June 15, 2002 from 2 to 4 p.m. No intown invitations have been sent. Please use eastside entrance - Fiesta door. Congratulations "Area Graduates from the Roggenbuck Family and Progressive Collision & Glass! PROGRESSIVE COLLISION & GLASS CENTER, INC. Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 109 SE 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-2255 Toll Free 888-819-2255 THE ROGGENBUCK FAMILY. Clockwise are Linda, Dustin, Jason, Di|lan, Jorden and Steve. Page 12 Republicans endorse for Senate District Republicans from Senate District 20 held their Endorsing Convention Tuesday, May 28 at the Fine Arts Center in Montevideo. Erick Harper of Tyler was endorsed to run for the Senate Seat. Jeff Moen of Henricks was endorsed to run for the House Seat in 20A and Colin Berg was endorsed to run for the House Seat in 20B. They will be running in the general election against the endorsed Democrat candidates on Nov. 5. Adelman 40th Satellite FOR KDIO's weather lli Children of Irvin and Veronica 27 84 Adelman will be hosting an open 28 8,1 house celebration in honor of their 29 90 40th wedding anniversary, to be held 30 92 Sunday, June 9, 2002 from 2-4 p.m. 31 85 at Sioux Historic Pavilion in 1 84 Ortonville. 2 69 All friends and relatives are invited. rhether we're pouring a glass of milk for a growing child or enjoying our favorite ice cream treat, the dairy industry touches our lives every day. Let's thank our dairy producers and their families. They work year-round to keep us strong and healthy. At AgCountry Farm Credit Services, you'll work who know almost as much about dairy about finance. For more information about the financial services we offer, call an AgCountry Graceville Branch 112 East St.Paul Avenue ............. /48-7294 or Credit Ophthalmolo Associates now offers the latest clear cornea no-stitcla surgery. Outpatient is performed at Ortonville Hospital. For an appointment, ca111-800-255-7448. Reach us on the Show Off Your Pet in the Ortonville Independent PET ION Send us a photo of your pet and we'll publish it in and enter him in our contest. Best dressed -Cutest Most Unusual Please send us your photos by June 28, 2002f INDEPENDENT