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Kirchberg were held 9, at St. Michael's of Madison for and Chaplain officiated at this was provided and the Choir. Active Ed Croatt, Kellen, Gerald and Charles were held at Cemetery. was born to parents (Maiers) aaptized and Faith at Church. elementary and then 1, graduating in education at m the nursing as an R.N. in in marriage to 18, 1939 at St. this union three page 1) here, but how long asked. business had loss due to firm's flood only building vehicles located the proposed 75 is the Parts "I'd like to COmmissioners last move. don't even live anes who voted narrow- stated the city in order to aning up the which the "There's this now, so the council an agreement for Purchase of of land, with the city land once it is 10-15 acres of is located Avenue and Highway 75. last Monday members voted for at stating have little and Bill )enting votes which entry 100 players how they write Improve the Reinke stated application. 90 percent, so m about 300- rag the rest to ore money is most of the ,S. )) passing 5-2, was extended their Darold Bailey, their time items at Library last had been working Mildred and Ray farmed until 1974, when due to Ray's ill health they moved into Madison in 1976. Mildred had been a nurse at the Madison Hospital for 34 consecutive years, working nights. Death came to Mildred, June 6, 1999, at the Madison Lutheran Home. She had reached the age of 82 years, seven months and 22 days. In life she loved being a nurse and helping people, cooking, cross stitch embroidering, flowers and playing and winning in bin.go. Mildred is survived by her children: Janet and her husband Ralph Pillatzki of Crookston, James and his wife Pat Kirchberg of Oak Park, and Joe Kirchberg.of rural Marietta, six grandchildren; Janet Marie Pillatzki of Minneapolis, Daniel Pillatzki of Hampton, GA, Robert Kirchberg of St. Paul, Susan Tacheny of Forest Lake, Stephanie Jo Hagel of Woodbury, and Joel Swenson of Madison, one brother Alvin and wife Donna Auchstetter of Ortonville, four great-granddaughters; Amanda, Megan, Brooklyn and Bailyn. Mildred was preceded in death by her parents, husband Ray in 1982 and twin sister'Ethel. Doug Schreiner Funeral services for Douglas Schreiner, 45, of Red Wing, formerly of Ortonville, will be at 1 p.m. this Thursday, June 17, 1999 in First English Lutheran Church at Ortonville. Visitation will be Wednesday evening from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Larson Funeral Home at Ortonville and one hour prior to the service at the church on Thursday. Rev. Dan Hermanson and Rev. Wil Hanson will officiate. Organist will be Amy Adeiman, and soloist will be Ann Nelson. Honorary pallbearers will be the Ortonville High School Class of 1972. Active pallbearers will be Arnold Sellie, Harold Sellie, David Mittlesdorf, Dale Jorgenson, Scott Simonitch and Jerry Phalen. Interment will be in Mound Cemetery, Ortonville. Schreiner passed away last Friday, June 11, 1999 at Red Wing Health Center, Red Wing reaching the age of 45 years, four months and eight days. Douglas Warren Schreiner was born Feb. 3, 1954 to Robert and Helen (Sellie) Schreiner at Ortonville. He was baptized and confirmed in the First English Lutheran Church at Ortonville. He graduated from Ortonville High fishing, and especially golf. Survivors include his parents Robert and Helen Schreiner of Ortonville; one daughter, Jessica Marie Schreiner of Hopkins; two sisters, Roberta (Thomas) Prochaska of Arcadia, CA and Barbara (Harold) Ewing of Hopkins, SC; two nieces, Shannon Prochaska of Berkeley, CA and Ashley Ewing of Hopkins, SC; one nephew, Brad (Poe) Prochaska of New Berlin, WI; many aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, and an aunt and uncle. Bellingham/ Louisburg Memorial Day afternoon and evening visitors of Earl and Margaret Schake were Rick and Sheila Stodolski and son, Christopher. Bill and Minnie Giese and Mel and Shirley Keszler of Mission, TX were Sunday afternoon, May 30th visitors of Martha Jones at her apartment in Milbank. Glenda Reinke and David Hofhenke visited Thursday evening at the Ned Gloege home. The Paul, Richard, Steve and Hubert Redepenning families, Scott Redepenning and Timothy Redepenning helped Larry and Mary Redepenning celebrate their silver wedding anniversary at a dinner on May 31st in Willmar. They were married on June 15th, 25 years ago. This was a surprise party for them. Memorial Day afternoon and luncheon guests of Hilda Brehmer were Mr. and Mrs. Don Roiland of Chokio. Heather Ogilvie and her daughter, Ava Taylor of Bristol, VT came Thursday, June 3rd. Margaret Schake met them at Watertown, SD at the home of Shane and Amy Freese, and then returned to Bellingham. Friday afternoon May 28th the Guild of St. Peters Lutheran Church met at the Doris Hansen home with members Hilda Brehmer, Arlene Karels and Dorothy Weber attending. Arlene was the hostess. Muriel LaBelle and her granddaughter, Emily Austin of Grand Forks, ND spent Thursday May 28th through Wednesday, June 2nd at the Carol LaBelle home. Myrtle Kittelson returned home on Tuesday evening, June 1st after spending the Memorial weekend at the Wally Kittelson home in Montevideo. On Satui'day evening, Myrtle and the Kittelson families were supper guests of Wally and Wanda Kittelson to help Katy Kittelson observe her 14th birthday. Katy is Wally and Wanda' s granddaughter. The Tom Letrud family entertained at an open house on Sunday School in 1972 and then attgoded the afternoon, June 6th in honor of Jada's University of Minnesola. He marridd"-g "raduation from Ortonville High Susan Stampanato in Chicago;"tL. "A School. daughter, Jessica Marie, was born to On Memorial Day, Alice Hansen that marriage. Doug was employed in banking in Las Vegas, NV as a mortgage loan officer until the onset of his illness. He loved all sports, hunting and was a dinner guest of Alan and Ruth Hansen. In the evening, Ruth and Alice visited Doris Hansen. Sunday evening, Charles and Ihla Thomson visited Marlys and Arnie Register your wedding desires with us... *Pottery *Candles *Stoneware *Dept. 56 *Clocks *Fenton *Assorted Crystal *Collectible Figurines *Lamps *Picture Frames *Precious Moments *Snow Babies *Personal Shower Gifts WE FEARE INVITATIONS BY: REGENCY- Gu.t e00k, : Napki .Streamers.Tablecloths CARTWRIGHT Davo & GIFTS Ortonville, MN 56278- Phone (320) 839-6102 FARMER IS OUR ONLY CUSTOMER... atorra can ruin your crops in just a few minutes. Protect yourself with CROP INSURANCE. Change the Rate Add to the Balance Contact our agency IINDT AGENCY, INC. Withdraw Without Pena ty Tom Kindt, Agent LoCated at CenBank * 113 NW First Street * Ortonville, MN 56278 for coverage information. BLAKELY CROP HAIL, INC. HOME OFFICE: TOPEKA, KANSAS 1-800-336-4359 | KIDSTOCK '99 IS COMING TO ORTONVILLE at Lakeside Park June 23 at 7 p.m. Sponsored by The Pizza Ranches of South Dakota, the free concert will feature children's recordingartist Phil Baker, as well as a drawing for a 20 inch bike and other prizes. Registration forms can be pic](ed up at the Ortonville Pizza Ranch or in this issue. Shown displaying the bike are, left to right, Allison Gable, Assistant Manager; Owner Steve Berkner and Jessica Moen. Longnecker in Appleton at the Halter Village Apartments. Sue Jensen of Marshall spent the Memorial Day weekend Friday until Monday at home. Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson attended the graduation reception for Corey Sorenson Sunday afternoon, May 30th at the Cameron Sorenson farm home. Monday afternoon visitors at the Charles Thomson home was Paul Oium of Cambridge. Paul and Carol Lund, Leida and Shane Brodersen, Aimee Lund and Daren Walter and Eric Lund spent Memorial weekend at Lobster Lake at Alexandria. Joyce Letrud attended Michelle Kittelson' s graduation reception Sunday afternoon after she graduated from Lac qui Parle Valley High School. Spence and Marilyn Jensen, Steve and Jodi Jensen, Sheri Laechelt and Sue Jensen attended the graduation reception for Eddie Kaiser at Willmar Saturday evening, May 29th. He graduated from Willmar High School. Tuesday afternoon, Ihla Thomson visited Janice Olson at her home in Madison. Elly Nelson returned home on Sunday, May 23rd and left for Coon Rapids on Thursday, June 3rd to work during the summer. Vicki and David Thomson, Tanner and Hayley, Lois Thomson, Alan and Pat Walgrave, Steve and Jodi Jensen, and Alvin Jensen had supper together on Sunday evening, May 30th. Wednesday evening visitors at the Bervin and Arlene Skjei home in Appleton were Charles and Ihla Thomson, Hervin and Lucille Borstad and Mavis Bengston of Kandiyohi. Judy and Dan Daliman and boys came and spent the June 5th weekend at the Gordon and Joyce Letrud home. Dennis and Kathy Nelson went to the Minneapolis Airport on Tuesday, June 1st to meet Erik Gerrits, who returned from Port Elizabeth, South Africa, where he had spent the past four months. Tuesday morning, Lorraine Sorenson entertained the Louisburg Coffee Group. Sunday, May 30th, a group of relatives helped Barb and Tom Schmieg observe their 25th wedding anniversary at the Ortonville Country Club at a noon luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Johnson, Maxine Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Quam and family all of North Branch, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Johnson of Denver, CO, Jeremiah Johnson of Marshall. They all were weekend guests June 5th of the Richard Johnson family, to help Abbey celebrate her graduation from Ortonville High School on Sunday afternoon, June 6th. An open house was held at the Johnson home after graduation exercises. Pilot Project meet in Graceville June 22 A second set of public meetings for the Community-Based Planning Pilot project will take place at the Graceville Community Center on Tuesday, June 22, 1999 at 7 p.m. Food and refreshments will be served at 6:30 p.m. with the meeting to begin precisely at 7:00. Bridal shower set for Kendra Giese A bridal shower for Kendra Giese, bride-to-be of Matt Hicks, will be held Friday, June 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the New Life Community Baptist Church. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY Dairy Farmers Carrier Revolutionizes Heat Pump Comfort Carrier takes heat pumps to a new level of comfort conditioning. Carriers new Variable Speed Fan Coil unit is controlled with a New Thermidistat, temperature and humidity control. These units connected to their High Efficient Air to Air Heat Pump system offers remarkable Comfort with a low operating cost. The variable speed fan OfferS these advantage: Finer Humidity Control during Air Conditioning, Prevents the cold blow during heating start up, Always provides 100 degree or warmer heat during the heating cycle. Think about it. After a hot sweltering day of hard work come into your home and feel the comfort of dryer cool air for the Carrier comfort condi- tioning system. Enjoy the superior heating conditioning. Let Whetstone Valley Electric create a more comfortable living environment for you. Give us a call today. Whetstone Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc. P.O. Box 512 * Milbank, SD 57252 Phone 605-432-5331 or 800-568-6631 A Touchstone Energy" Partner 24 MONTH CD 5.3 0%* APY ANNUAL PERCENTAGE YIELD INTEREST RATE IS 5.20% $10,000 MINIMUM OPENING DEPOSIT Our Money Manager CD offers you more: + + MINNWEST BANK ORTONVILLE MINNWEST BANK GROUP 21 Southeast Second Street * Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 Phone 320-839-2568 * MoneyLine 1-888-616-2265 Annual Percentage Yield (APY) and this offer are effective June 4, 1999 and subject to change without notice. This CD not valid for public/business funds. A $10,000.00 minimum opening deposit is requied. There is a substantial penalty for early withdrawal beyond the one-time withdrawal opportunity. I I II III I 999  INDEPENDENT Page 3 Kirchberg were held 9, at St. Michael's of Madison for and Chaplain officiated at this was provided and the Choir. Active Ed Croatt, Kellen, Gerald and Charles were held at Cemetery. was born to parents (Maiers) aaptized and Faith at Church. elementary and then 1, graduating in education at m the nursing as an R.N. in in marriage to 18, 1939 at St. this union three page 1) here, but how long asked. business had loss due to firm's flood only building vehicles located the proposed 75 is the Parts "I'd like to COmmissioners last move. don't even live anes who voted narrow- stated the city in order to aning up the which the "There's this now, so the council an agreement for Purchase of of land, with the city land once it is 10-15 acres of is located Avenue and Highway 75. last Monday members voted for at stating have little and Bill )enting votes which entry 100 players how they write Improve the Reinke stated application. 90 percent, so m about 300- rag the rest to ore money is most of the ,S. )) passing 5-2, was extended their Darold Bailey, their time items at Library last had been working Mildred and Ray farmed until 1974, when due to Ray's ill health they moved into Madison in 1976. Mildred had been a nurse at the Madison Hospital for 34 consecutive years, working nights. Death came to Mildred, June 6, 1999, at the Madison Lutheran Home. She had reached the age of 82 years, seven months and 22 days. In life she loved being a nurse and helping people, cooking, cross stitch embroidering, flowers and playing and winning in bin.go. Mildred is survived by her children: Janet and her husband Ralph Pillatzki of Crookston, James and his wife Pat Kirchberg of Oak Park, and Joe Kirchberg.of rural Marietta, six grandchildren; Janet Marie Pillatzki of Minneapolis, Daniel Pillatzki of Hampton, GA, Robert Kirchberg of St. Paul, Susan Tacheny of Forest Lake, Stephanie Jo Hagel of Woodbury, and Joel Swenson of Madison, one brother Alvin and wife Donna Auchstetter of Ortonville, four great-granddaughters; Amanda, Megan, Brooklyn and Bailyn. Mildred was preceded in death by her parents, husband Ray in 1982 and twin sister'Ethel. Doug Schreiner Funeral services for Douglas Schreiner, 45, of Red Wing, formerly of Ortonville, will be at 1 p.m. this Thursday, June 17, 1999 in First English Lutheran Church at Ortonville. Visitation will be Wednesday evening from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Larson Funeral Home at Ortonville and one hour prior to the service at the church on Thursday. Rev. Dan Hermanson and Rev. Wil Hanson will officiate. Organist will be Amy Adeiman, and soloist will be Ann Nelson. Honorary pallbearers will be the Ortonville High School Class of 1972. Active pallbearers will be Arnold Sellie, Harold Sellie, David Mittlesdorf, Dale Jorgenson, Scott Simonitch and Jerry Phalen. Interment will be in Mound Cemetery, Ortonville. Schreiner passed away last Friday, June 11, 1999 at Red Wing Health Center, Red Wing reaching the age of 45 years, four months and eight days. Douglas Warren Schreiner was born Feb. 3, 1954 to Robert and Helen (Sellie) Schreiner at Ortonville. He was baptized and confirmed in the First English Lutheran Church at Ortonville. He graduated from Ortonville High fishing, and especially golf. Survivors include his parents Robert and Helen Schreiner of Ortonville; one daughter, Jessica Marie Schreiner of Hopkins; two sisters, Roberta (Thomas) Prochaska of Arcadia, CA and Barbara (Harold) Ewing of Hopkins, SC; two nieces, Shannon Prochaska of Berkeley, CA and Ashley Ewing of Hopkins, SC; one nephew, Brad (Poe) Prochaska of New Berlin, WI; many aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, and an aunt and uncle. Bellingham/ Louisburg Memorial Day afternoon and evening visitors of Earl and Margaret Schake were Rick and Sheila Stodolski and son, Christopher. Bill and Minnie Giese and Mel and Shirley Keszler of Mission, TX were Sunday afternoon, May 30th visitors of Martha Jones at her apartment in Milbank. Glenda Reinke and David Hofhenke visited Thursday evening at the Ned Gloege home. The Paul, Richard, Steve and Hubert Redepenning families, Scott Redepenning and Timothy Redepenning helped Larry and Mary Redepenning celebrate their silver wedding anniversary at a dinner on May 31st in Willmar. They were married on June 15th, 25 years ago. This was a surprise party for them. Memorial Day afternoon and luncheon guests of Hilda Brehmer were Mr. and Mrs. Don Roiland of Chokio. Heather Ogilvie and her daughter, Ava Taylor of Bristol, VT came Thursday, June 3rd. Margaret Schake met them at Watertown, SD at the home of Shane and Amy Freese, and then returned to Bellingham. Friday afternoon May 28th the Guild of St. Peters Lutheran Church met at the Doris Hansen home with members Hilda Brehmer, Arlene Karels and Dorothy Weber attending. Arlene was the hostess. Muriel LaBelle and her granddaughter, Emily Austin of Grand Forks, ND spent Thursday May 28th through Wednesday, June 2nd at the Carol LaBelle home. Myrtle Kittelson returned home on Tuesday evening, June 1st after spending the Memorial weekend at the Wally Kittelson home in Montevideo. On Satui'day evening, Myrtle and the Kittelson families were supper guests of Wally and Wanda Kittelson to help Katy Kittelson observe her 14th birthday. Katy is Wally and Wanda' s granddaughter. The Tom Letrud family entertained at an open house on Sunday School in 1972 and then attgoded the afternoon, June 6th in honor of Jada's University of Minnesola. He marridd"-g "raduation from Ortonville High Susan Stampanato in Chicago;"tL. "A School. daughter, Jessica Marie, was born to On Memorial Day, Alice Hansen that marriage. Doug was employed in banking in Las Vegas, NV as a mortgage loan officer until the onset of his illness. He loved all sports, hunting and was a dinner guest of Alan and Ruth Hansen. In the evening, Ruth and Alice visited Doris Hansen. Sunday evening, Charles and Ihla Thomson visited Marlys and Arnie Register your wedding desires with us... *Pottery *Candles *Stoneware *Dept. 56 *Clocks *Fenton *Assorted Crystal *Collectible Figurines *Lamps *Picture Frames *Precious Moments *Snow Babies *Personal Shower Gifts WE FEARE INVITATIONS BY: REGENCY- Gu.t e00k, : Napki .Streamers.Tablecloths CARTWRIGHT Davo & GIFTS Ortonville, MN 56278- Phone (320) 839-6102 FARMER IS OUR ONLY CUSTOMER... atorra can ruin your crops in just a few minutes. Protect yourself with CROP INSURANCE. Change the Rate Add to the Balance Contact our agency IINDT AGENCY, INC. Withdraw Without Pena ty Tom Kindt, Agent LoCated at CenBank * 113 NW First Street * Ortonville, MN 56278 for coverage information. BLAKELY CROP HAIL, INC. HOME OFFICE: TOPEKA, KANSAS 1-800-336-4359 | KIDSTOCK '99 IS COMING TO ORTONVILLE at Lakeside Park June 23 at 7 p.m. Sponsored by The Pizza Ranches of South Dakota, the free concert will feature children's recordingartist Phil Baker, as well as a drawing for a 20 inch bike and other prizes. Registration forms can be pic](ed up at the Ortonville Pizza Ranch or in this issue. Shown displaying the bike are, left to right, Allison Gable, Assistant Manager; Owner Steve Berkner and Jessica Moen. Longnecker in Appleton at the Halter Village Apartments. Sue Jensen of Marshall spent the Memorial Day weekend Friday until Monday at home. Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson attended the graduation reception for Corey Sorenson Sunday afternoon, May 30th at the Cameron Sorenson farm home. Monday afternoon visitors at the Charles Thomson home was Paul Oium of Cambridge. Paul and Carol Lund, Leida and Shane Brodersen, Aimee Lund and Daren Walter and Eric Lund spent Memorial weekend at Lobster Lake at Alexandria. Joyce Letrud attended Michelle Kittelson' s graduation reception Sunday afternoon after she graduated from Lac qui Parle Valley High School. Spence and Marilyn Jensen, Steve and Jodi Jensen, Sheri Laechelt and Sue Jensen attended the graduation reception for Eddie Kaiser at Willmar Saturday evening, May 29th. He graduated from Willmar High School. Tuesday afternoon, Ihla Thomson visited Janice Olson at her home in Madison. Elly Nelson returned home on Sunday, May 23rd and left for Coon Rapids on Thursday, June 3rd to work during the summer. Vicki and David Thomson, Tanner and Hayley, Lois Thomson, Alan and Pat Walgrave, Steve and Jodi Jensen, and Alvin Jensen had supper together on Sunday evening, May 30th. Wednesday evening visitors at the Bervin and Arlene Skjei home in Appleton were Charles and Ihla Thomson, Hervin and Lucille Borstad and Mavis Bengston of Kandiyohi. Judy and Dan Daliman and boys came and spent the June 5th weekend at the Gordon and Joyce Letrud home. Dennis and Kathy Nelson went to the Minneapolis Airport on Tuesday, June 1st to meet Erik Gerrits, who returned from Port Elizabeth, South Africa, where he had spent the past four months. Tuesday morning, Lorraine Sorenson entertained the Louisburg Coffee Group. Sunday, May 30th, a group of relatives helped Barb and Tom Schmieg observe their 25th wedding anniversary at the Ortonville Country Club at a noon luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Johnson, Maxine Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Quam and family all of North Branch, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Johnson of Denver, CO, Jeremiah Johnson of Marshall. They all were weekend guests June 5th of the Richard Johnson family, to help Abbey celebrate her graduation from Ortonville High School on Sunday afternoon, June 6th. An open house was held at the Johnson home after graduation exercises. Pilot Project meet in Graceville June 22 A second set of public meetings for the Community-Based Planning Pilot project will take place at the Graceville Community Center on Tuesday, June 22, 1999 at 7 p.m. Food and refreshments will be served at 6:30 p.m. with the meeting to begin precisely at 7:00. Bridal shower set for Kendra Giese A bridal shower for Kendra Giese, bride-to-be of Matt Hicks, will be held Friday, June 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the New Life Community Baptist Church. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY Dairy Farmers Carrier Revolutionizes Heat Pump Comfort Carrier takes heat pumps to a new level of comfort conditioning. Carriers new Variable Speed Fan Coil unit is controlled with a New Thermidistat, temperature and humidity control. These units connected to their High Efficient Air to Air Heat Pump system offers remarkable Comfort with a low operating cost. The variable speed fan OfferS these advantage: Finer Humidity Control during Air Conditioning, Prevents the cold blow during heating start up, Always provides 100 degree or warmer heat during the heating cycle. Think about it. After a hot sweltering day of hard work come into your home and feel the comfort of dryer cool air for the Carrier comfort condi- tioning system. Enjoy the superior heating conditioning. Let Whetstone Valley Electric create a more comfortable living environment for you. Give us a call today. Whetstone Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc. P.O. Box 512 * Milbank, SD 57252 Phone 605-432-5331 or 800-568-6631 A Touchstone Energy" Partner 24 MONTH CD 5.3 0%* APY ANNUAL PERCENTAGE YIELD INTEREST RATE IS 5.20% $10,000 MINIMUM OPENING DEPOSIT Our Money Manager CD offers you more: + + MINNWEST BANK ORTONVILLE MINNWEST BANK GROUP 21 Southeast Second Street * Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 Phone 320-839-2568 * MoneyLine 1-888-616-2265 Annual Percentage Yield (APY) and this offer are effective June 4, 1999 and subject to change without notice. This CD not valid for public/business funds. A $10,000.00 minimum opening deposit is requied. There is a substantial penalty for early withdrawal beyond the one-time withdrawal opportunity. I I II III I 999  INDEPENDENT Page 3