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/ COUNTRYSIDE PUBLIC HEALTH held a car seat clinic last Thursday behind Liebe Drug in Ortonville. Seventeen car seats were inspected, with a misuse rate of 87 percent. In addition, 10 of those seats were replaced with new ones. Ortonville news Gaff Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Friday, June 21st Joe and Dorothy Coubal went to Granite Falls to visit Bob and Dagny Minsaas. From there they went to Thea Kraakaas at Granite Falls. While there they visited with Helen Christopherson of Clarkfield. Saturday, June 22nd Harold and Bob Larson of Clarkfield spent part of the afternoon and evening visiting with Joe and Dorothy Coubal. Monday, June 24th Joe and Dorothy Coubal visited and had dinner with Lou and Donna Coubal in Montevideo. Wednesday, June 26th Joe and Dorothy Coubal visited with Brenda Pederson in Dawson in the afternoon. Joe and Dorothy had supper with Joe and Elaine Coubal and Andy and Baba at Clarkfield. Joe and Elaine Coubal had minor damage from the wind storm. The eaves fell down and a tree fell on the roof. Marlyn and Reva Schumacher had their three grandchildren Amanda, Ryan, and Alex Schumacher from Fulda visit Marlyn and Reva for three days. Amanda Gutzman from Hazel Run spent a few days with Amanda Jensen. Amanda is Amanda Jensen's great- granddaughter. Darshell Frevert spent Sunday night, June 23rd oornight at Amanda Jensen's. Alice Anderson visited Amanda Jensen on Wednesday, June 26th. The week-end of June 22nd and 23rd Eric, Lisa, and Samantha Streed of Lakeville visited and helped with tasks at the homes of Oscar Streed and Orland Folkens which was much appreciated. Orlend and Irene Mathison spent the week-end of June 21st, 22nd, and 23rd at Brian and Stacy Mathison's lake home with 28 members of their WASTE MANAGEMENT ALL ORTONVILLE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL GARBAGE AND will be up Frid00 y, July 5th. holiday! family. Mary Lou Croatt and Irene Mathison spent Monday afternoon, June 24th visiting their sister Sylvia Croatt at the Appleton nursing home. Ron Pinkert visited his mother Syl Pinkert on Tuesday afternoon, June 25th. Mrs. Dean Sprung from Mounds View and her son Matthew from Texas visited Faith Sprung on Monday, June 24th. Matthew, who is in the Army will be leaving for Germany in July for two years. While Mrs. Dean Sprung and Matthew were here they visited Myrtle Hamburg of Clinton, Carol Dragt, Steven Dragt, and little Cassandra. Friday evening, June 21st to Sunday, June 30th Elmer Ninneman from Oregon visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Elmer's son Todd and family and Elmer's daughter Julie all from Oregon stayed in a motorhome and visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. They attended the Ninneman family reunion held at the Ortonville Senior Center with Lizzie, Clifford, and Alton Hanson. Monday afternoon, June 24th Jim and Lee Loeschke from Milbank visited Clifford and IJzzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Tuesday, June 25th Vernon Ninneman from Calitornia and Harriet' Kidman visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Glen and Virginia Kuechenmeister from Blue Earth and Dale and Ileen Williams from the Cities spent the week-end of June 21st with Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. They all came for the Ninneman family reunion. Luella Ninneman and Lloyd Hanson both of Bellingham visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson Thursday forenoon, June 27th. Oscar and Jane Streed spent the week-end of Father's Day in Lake City caring for Meghan and Spencer while their parents joined a group from Kurt's softball team in home! i00prove : ping n -::" ........... ........ :: .... :. :::,: ::  :!:.: ' .............. : - landsca servlce::-weca Change the Iookof your home;r ght before your eyes. B  We guarantee our work. to does it aft/ Lawn Ci:& Landscaping Milwaukee for a week-end of Twins games. Saturday, June 22nd and Sunday, June 23rd Lillian Ninneman attended a Ninneman family reunion held at the Ortonville Senior Center. The Ninneman family originated in Germany. Elmer and Vern from California were here. They are the only two Ninnemans living from that generation. Audrey Thomas, son William Smith and wife Sabrina and daughter Whitney, and Rena Bagne spent Saturday, June 22nd in Glenwood by Lake Minnewaska at the home of Harold Henriksen's. They celebrated Edna Paasche's birthday. Monday, June 24th Audrey, Bill, and Sabrina left for their home in Oakland, CA after spending the week with Edna Paasche. Wednesday evening, June 19th Audrey Thomas, William Smith and wife Sabrina and daughter Whitney, and Rena Bagne enjoyed a birthday dinner for Edna Paasche at the Matador supper club. Bruce and Evie Swigerd were Sunday evening, June 23rd visitors at the Jerry and Alma Jorgenson's home. Jerry and Alma Jorgenson spent the week-end of June 22nd and 23rd at the Wayne and Fran Jorgenson's new home at Paynesville. Bruce and Evie Swigerd were Thursday, June 27th evening visitors at the Jerry and Alma Jorgenson's home. High bridge players for Friday were Pearl and Erwin Pederson. Engaged Immunization clinic for July Countryside Public Health Service is holding immunization clinics at the following times and places for the month of July. Children under age 4 who live in Swift, Yellow Medicine, and Chippewa counties and are eligible for the Lead Project may also have their lead test done at these immunization clinics. MADISON, 422 5th Ave., July 10, 3 to 5 p.m. Please bring the child's most recent immunization record. A parent or guardian must sign consent forms for children under age 18. There is a $14.00 fee per child per visit for immunizations. If you are on Medical Assistance, G.A.M.C., or MinnesotaCare, please bring your current card to the clinic. Most major health plans cover the immunization costs. Immunization services given at the public clinic are not a substitute for a child's usual well-child visit with his/her physician Please call in advance to make arrangements for Varicella (chicken pox) vaccine OR to schedule an appointment for other than clinic tames. Children who are eligible to rice FOR participate have their no charge at clinic sites free t-shirt. TI Minnesota Care, and For more Project, Countryside Knoll's Body Quality Collision FREE LOANER VEHICLE Body Work & Painting Glass Installation Insurance Claims Free Estimates Your Satisfaction Guaranteed! Located one mile north (next to Sioux Historic Milo and Helen Edel of Northfield and Chuck and Maureen Flolo of Apple Valley are pleased to announce the engagement of their children Andrea Edei and Mark Flolo. Andrea is currently employed at HealthPartners in Bloomington as an Account Specialist. She is a graduate of Mankato State University. Mark is currently employed at Medcare Products in Burnsville as a Production Supervisor. He graduated with a degree in Occupational Therapy. A Sept., 2002 wedding is planned at St. Dominic's church in Nonhfield. The couple plan to reside in Apple Valley. Mark is the grandson of Marlys McAllister, of Ortonville. I Reraember! Want Ads Get Results VINYL F Special 10% 0" Residential Commercial Agriculture "'We kno roofing Heywood Roof Browns Valley, MN 320-695-2364 or toll free Cong:,atulati TO THE WINNERS OF Midcontinent OPEN HOUSE EVENTS IN ORTONVILLE & The open house celebrated a special offer to Midcontinent C customers who were invited to stop in at our converter stores to receive cab!e services, while the system is being rebuilt. Along with free StarZ! premium channels (also available on channels 14 and 15) to all of ottr until the end of the year. 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