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honored on golden gathered on the in and wedding anniver- Lois were married I,. at First English Ortonville. Golden Cindy and Jordan of and Pare Johnson of Andy WI, and the honored couple sister, Ardelle CA, Lois' broth- Martinson of Martinson Martinson Bremmer, and Lila Benson at a picnic at at Bayview- on Big Stone Lake. I In back, left to right, Jill Hoxtell, loyce Hamann, Violet Baerwaldt and in front, Tim Gapp. Come join us in welcoming Tim Gapp as new branch manager at Big Stone City Friday, July 3rd 9 AM to 4 PM at our Big Stone City office Refreshments will be served. A Marquette Banks _ HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1948 (50TH REUNION). Back row, left to right: Donna (Stamp) MN; Clara (Christensen) Zeek Big Stone City, SD; Elaine Lubbesmeyer, Milbank, SD; Milbank, SD; Bud (Beryl) Brandt, Big Stone City, SD. Front row, left to right: Berdene Inver Grove Hts; Phyllis (Heinen) Welde, Canoga Park, CA; Donna (Steltz) Ulrich, Devil's (Heinen) Erne, Lake Stevens, WA. The 50th Anniversary of the Class of 1948, BSHS, was evening on June 27th with nine members (and spouses) at a dinner at the Lantern Inn, class had 21 members of whom Pat (Bailey) Dodds, James Clark, and Robert Noll are members of the class, including Colleen (Tippett) Hedge of Ortonville who was ill, were Following t.he dinner, the class met at the home of Clara and Frank Zeek for an evening of refreshments. (Copy submitted by Clara Zeek, (605) 862-8114. Page 1) 'ear later, a ens have the marina risen among Pier will no longer the public. farther from the member Inc. has a five year public use of the re area Lakeside Park. pier and we tourism to the and shoppers he said. will not be side of it, she Drewicke ut the "Pacific, plans which will Public hearing July are under the COrporation wants ad even part of Want vacated was street It is the extends from lake," she said. . way it is now. plan to clean benches and OUtdoor volleyball public use at to offer rentals for .POntoon, canoes, .Jackets, bait and They also ne available and serve food and overlooking the has planned to bait and tackle to keep the and avoid Activate by 7/22 and you will also receive a Toon Disney Watch - a $75 Value I 0 0 4 0 7 2 7 OWners hope to from the pier to increase public are anxious to They feel marina will be a for Ortonville rists, drawing city's business the pier and ADS PAY Hage honored for 10 years of service Ceil Hage of Ortonvtlle has worked for the local Pamida store for the past 10 years. She is a sales clerk and handles stocking, invento- ry, pricing and ordering. Hage says she enjoys working i with the public. "I get to see a lot of different people all the time" She and her husband Ron, who works for Pepsi Cola Company of Ortonville, have two sons, Chad, 24 and Ryan, 19. Born and raised in the community, she is the sixth of 12 children born to the late Lucy and Daniel Karels of Ortonville. Ceil is a 1970 graduate of Ortohville High School She enjoys walking, biking, bowl- ing, and working outdoors with her flowers. The management at Pamida salutes Hage on her commitment to the company and its customers. (Adv.) I RECYCLE: AS MUCH AS 86% OF HOUSEHOLD TRASH CAN BE RECYCLED!! Close competition in week nine of fishing contest In week nine of The Ortonville Independent fishing contest, Ryan Kelly, reigning champion for two weeks in the bullhead category, had his 1 pound 7 ounce bullhead beat out this week by a mere one ounce. The winner was a 1 pound 8 ounce bullhead from Derick Christianson of Sioux Falls, SD. Dcrick's catch was weighed in at SoDak Park Resort of Wilmot, SD, Aaron Saeger reeled in the winning walleye this week, at 6 pounds 15 ounces, and weighed it in at Bud's Bait of Ortonville Aaron caught the beauty on a minnow and stated that it was the biggest ever for him. He is the son of Tom and Kern Saeger of Ortonwlle and will be a freshman at OHS this fall. The last two weeks have been slow for northerns, but Lathan West of Corona, SD brought in a beauty at a whopping 9 pounds 8 ounces. His catch was weighed in at Hartford Beach Resort of Corona. There were no perch weighed in this week, bringing the jackpot for the end of the contest to $130. The northern jackpot is now at $160, and the walleye and bullhead jackpots are $100 each. I wouldeersonaEy like to thanf the community for their support during the past 11 years as manager of the Pamida store here in Ortonville. 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