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t Obituaries II I Ill Marcus E. Karels Marcus E. Karels, 88, of Battle Lake, died July 2, 2003 at the Broen Memorial Home in Fergus Falls. He was born April 25, 1915 to John and Magdalena (Stoick) in Bellingham where he grew up and attended rural school. He was baptized and confirmed in a catholic church in Rosen. On Feb. 21, 1940, he married Aurea E. Mueller in Clara City. After marriage he farmed by Madison. He was also involved in a used car business, worked at Skelly Gas Station and then began driving truck over the road. After he moved to Battle Lake, he was employed with Duenow Trucking of Fergus Falls where he was a driver and dispatcher. He enjoyed fishing and hunting and shot his last buck last November. He had been a member of K.C's in Madison and was an active member of Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church. He is survived by one daughter, Diane (Leonard) Krolak of Battle Lake; one son, Ronald (Kay) Karels I I I of Faribault; son-in-law, Jeff Christianson of Anchorage, AK; six grandchildren, Lisa Weiss of Columbus, N.C., Brian (Stephanie) Krolak, Abigail and Madison of Brunswick, ME, Joyce (Eddie) Monts, Rebecca, Joshua and Jonathan of Ira, S.C., Michael (Deb) Kareis, Megan and Taylor of Estherville, IA, Michelle (Mark) Graft, Josh and Callie of Marshall and Wyatt (Laleya) Christianson, Logan and Alanna of Anchorage, AK; three sisters, Adel Hiepler and Sally Mueller of Madison and Mary Weiland of Osakis; and one brother, Leonard Karels of Montevideo. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Aurea on April 13, 1972; daughter, Manna Christianson; one sister, Rosie Anderson; and two brothers, Emmanuel and Meinard Karels. Services were held Saturday, July 5 at Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Church, Battle Lake Officiating was Father Paul Folsom. A graveside service was held at St. Michaeis Catholic Cemetery with Father Jeff Horejsi officiating, Madison. Glende-Nilson Funeral Home of Battle Lake were in charge of the arrangements. Donald Roggenbuck Funeral services were held June 5, 2003 for Donald Joseph Roggenbuck of Driscoll, ND. Donald Joseph Roggenbuck went home to the good Lord on June 2, 2003. Donald was born in the Madison Hospital, Madison to Joseph and Theresa (Adelman) Roggenbuck. He went to the St. Joseph School in Rosen for eight years. Donald entered the Army, March 23, 1953. He married Virginia Rose Beck on April 4, 1956, while still in the Army. He served in the Army for 10 1/2 years and was discharged in September 1963. He and Virginia had seven children. In 1980 Donald married Diane Sjogren. They had one son. Donald loved farming, fishing, playing cards and working with people. He was a member of the Grace Lutheran Church in Driscoll, ND. He is survived by his children, Thomas of New Mexico, Barbara of Thief River Falls, Theresa of Alabama, John of Motley, Joan of Minnesota, Joseph of California, Diane and Pat Molsted of Thief River Falls and David of Sterling, ND, two step-daughters; Linda and Leland Nelson of Baudette. And Lynette and Archie McGregor of Billings, MT. 20 grandchildren, nine step- grandchildren, several great grandchildren, his caregiver Diane Kulanda, one brother Valerius (Lois) Roggenbuck of Odessa, four sisters; Arlene (Cliff) Hemmingson, Pelican Rapids, Rosa (Floyd) Whiting, Plymouth, Rita (James) Bear, Ontario, OR, and Annella (Bill) Larson, Watertown, SD, and many nieces and nephews. Donald was buried in the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery in Mandan, ND. He was preceded in death by his parents. Bellingham/Louisburg ....... I By Margret Stueckrath Phone 568.2430 Carol Matthies was not present when her name was called for $60. July 2 at the Bellingham Community Day Drawing. The drawing will be for $80 on June 9. Howard and Bernice Djonne of Marietta entertained guests at their home Friday, June 27 for supper and evening. Guests were Lucille Nelson, Harriet Nygard, Charles and Ihla Thomson, Art and Elaine Dove, Stuart and Lucy Sime, Dwight and Delaine Magedanz of Milbank, Eldon and Bert Hemme of Watertown, Stan and Clarice Frogner and Gene and Betty Torness of Big Stone. Rob Radermacher and Deric attended a going away party for Howard Radermacher at the Dennis Radermacher home on Friday evening. Ron Nelson was a Friday afternoon visitor at the Mel Omen's home at Madison. Sunday afternoon visitors of Margret Stueckrath at her home were Ivan and Aria Stueckrath of Milan. Mel and Shirley Keszler of Mission, TX are visiting her folks, Bill and Minnie Giese, other relatives and friends. Saturday, June 28, Betty Stensrud and Fran Trygestad motored to I I Illlll I I Rochester and attended the wedding and reception of Anne Koelln and William Brown. They were married at Gloria Dia Lutheran Church in Rochester. Parents of the couple are Ridgly and Elizabeth Brown of Maryland and Pastor Thomas and Rebecca Koelln. Pastor Koelln walked his granddaughter down the isle and performed the wedding ceremony, Anna's brothers, Nathan, Jacob and David were ushers. The reception was held at the Kahler Hotel in Rochester. Anna was honored to have both grandmothers present, Wilma Johnson and Delores Koelln. Anna completed her graduate program and will be teaching social studies in Baltimore. William will attend his graduate program this fall and get a degree in digital media. The" couple will live in Balimore, MD. Tuesday Ron Nelson visited Mel Omen at his home in Madison. Edwin and Marilyn Goetsch visited Sunday, June 29th at the Arlyn and Cherl Goetsch home at Lake Crystal. They all went out to supper at Applebees at Mankato for Arlyn and Cheryl's anniversary. Ed and Marilyn stayed overnite at New Ulm. Wednesay afternoon and evening, July 2 Margret Stueckrath was a caller WORK RELATED INJURIES v Time loss from work is an immense problem in terms of human suffering and economic impact. The only disorder to cause more time loss from work than back pain is the common cold. Numerous studies show that chiropractic care is both a safe and effective way you deal with back pain, neck pain, headaches, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, muscular and joint injuries. Our office procedures include thorough examination, promote fast relief and early return to work. Proper care of an acute injury is the best advice to prevent it from becoming a chronic ongoing disabling problem. Tues.-Thurs. 8:30Qm - 12noon; Sat. by appt. MinnKota Bowhunters 3-D shoot results 6-10-03 Doug McKinney 239 Renee McKinney 236 Verlin Pierce 259 Gator 231 Dwight Peschong 244 Scott Meyer 284 Scott Dahle 250 Mark Baldry 231 Arnie Veen 235 Ron Flottmeyer 244 Bob Zahnow 259 Mike Hartman 235 Tim Ward 229 Weekly winners Scott M. and Tim W. 6.17413 Arnie Veen 248 Dwight Peschong 227 Gator 245 Bob Zahnow 259 Scott Meyer 369 Scott Dahle 232 Mark Baldry 267 Weekly winners Scott M. and Arnie V. MinnKota Archery Club meet every Tuesday at 7p.m. 3-D Shoot July 19 & 20. at the homes of Tom and Connie VanDe Pattis, Merlyn and Delores Wallen of rural Clarkfield and Mick Waiters of rural Boyd. Louisburg Lorraine Sorenson, LeAnn Stone and Pat Thompson attended a baby shower for Madelyn Elaine, daughter of Chris and Jennifer Fisher, at the home of Dutch and Deb Fisher in Crystal on Saturday. They returned home Sunday evening. Saturday afternoon Charles and Ihla Thompson and Lucille Nelson visited Arnie and Marlys Longnecker at Appleton. Extension John Cunningham County Extension Educator 839-2518 or 1-800-279-2518 DATES TO REMEMBER: July 9 - Entry and 4-H Conference Judging of Non-livestock exhibits (noon - 6:00 p.m.) July 10 - Entry of Open Class Exhibits and judging of 4-H Poultry, Rabbits, and Dogs; Horse and Non- Game Horse Judging July 10 - Cloverbuds at the Fair (1 - 4 p.m.) at Clinton Fairgrounds. July 11 - Conference Judging of Livestock exhibits and 4-H Horse Show w/games Judging at Fairgrounds .:,July I2;,-, 4-,I-I Award Program followed by Premium Auction at Fairgrounds July 12 - Youth Open Horse Show, 7:30 p.m. at Fairgrounds July 13 - 4-H Round Robin Contest. Exhibits released at 8:00 p.m. July 14 - Post-Fair Clean-Up July 16 - State Fair Orientation meeting Big Stone Gail Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Val and Paula Rausch and family have a visitor Camille Morizot from France staying with them. She is a 15- year-old girl and friend of Paula's family. When Paula was in High School she was a foreign exchange student to this family. Now the family has sent their daughter to visit Paula and Val and family. Over the 4th of July Val and Paula Rausch and family took Camille Morizot to the Black Hills to see the sights and visit family. Over the 4th, 5th, and 6th of July Ron and Pare Fryer and Aaron and Kendra and other Fryer family members went to Pickerel Lake recreational area in Grenville, SD. They enjoyed camping outdoors in tents. The lake was clean and enjoyable to swim in. Wednesday, June 25th Joe Angerhofer and Shizuko Takahashi both of Brookings visited in the afternoon at the home of Joe's parents Arlin and Verna Angerhofer. Later in the evening they and the Angerhofers attended a wedding reception for Jason and Billie Freiwald at the Big Stone Legion Club room. Debra and Jerrianne Lindman of Blaine, were 4th of July visitors at the home of John and Jerri Van Hout. Granddaughters Valerie Knoll Zumwalt of Texas and Tara Knoll Huebner of Colorado Springs visited John and Jerri Van Hout. They are the daughters of Carol and Gary Knoll of Ortonville. Ken and Aletta Simonitch visited Frank and Clara Zeek on the 4th of LONG-TIME RESIDENTS of Meadowbrook, Roger and Ann Lundberg are pictured above. were named Grand Marshalls of the annual Meadowbrook Fourth of July Parade. Sr. Golf Tourney to be held July 14 Ortonville's annual Senior Golf Tournament will be held at the Ortonville Golf Course on "Monday, July 14. Tee off time begins at 10 a.m. Registration forms are available at the Ortonville Golf Club House. Anyone registering must do so by July 9. Prizes will be given for both net and gross scores. Rolls and coffee will be served in the morning, and a dinner will be served following play. Anyone with an established handicap and age of 50 and older is eligible to play. For more information, contact Carol Barrett at 320-839-2770. Check out our web site at www.ortt " Over 35 Years of Service *STRAIGHTEN Buckling Walls *DRY LrP Wet Basements Helped many that thought their situation was beyond hope. Call and we will give you names of people we have helped near you. Assurance of a DRY SECURE HOME 1-800-348-6247 BASEMENT WATER CONTROLLED www.dryupbasement.com (Uc. #20346870) BASEMENT Just Enjoy It O" o''" ..: 2003 Celebrating 100 Years........ is the 100th Year of the Clinton State In celebration of our Centennial year, we are giving aw $100 cash each month of 2003. Nelson Cox of Clinton was our June .... , winner of, $100 00C,00aSh. LL Clinton State Bank CEO and Chairman of the Board, Sevrin is pictured above with Nelson Cox who was the June Sevrin was hired as a bookkeeper/teller after graduating College in 1950. In 1955 he was named Assistant Cashier in 1957. He purchased the bank from his father's estate anal served as President until 1996 when he was CEO and Chairman of the Board. Sevrin and his wife, Patti reside in Clinton. Their family Paul, wife Melissa anal daughter, Maya of Edina son James of Fargo. Congratulations, Nelson from all of us at the Clinton Your Community Bank for 100 1 July. They were there for the Sign up in our lobby for $100 cash to be given afternoon and evening and had a picnic dinner, l l Shirley Voeltz visited her aunt Dora Clinton State Pqppen of Milbank on Wednesday, Clifford and Ileen Christensen had If THE BANK UNDERSTANDS coffee guests on Tuesday, July 1st which were Mr. and Mrs. Merlin . Wirkus from Marietta, Mr. and Mrs.  ,j";!'',,--'- ..... ,o,:_ Marvin Hunt from Gary, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hunt from Mora. fm, Saturday, June 28th Mr. and Mrs. Roger Christensen and family and Clifford and Ileen Christensen went to " Member FDIC .... I  "  2; 7 ". - - " " " l [ = .... the Rodeo in Crystal Springs. .... Page ]2 INDEPENDENT t Obituaries II I Ill Marcus E. Karels Marcus E. Karels, 88, of Battle Lake, died July 2, 2003 at the Broen Memorial Home in Fergus Falls. He was born April 25, 1915 to John and Magdalena (Stoick) in Bellingham where he grew up and attended rural school. He was baptized and confirmed in a catholic church in Rosen. On Feb. 21, 1940, he married Aurea E. Mueller in Clara City. After marriage he farmed by Madison. He was also involved in a used car business, worked at Skelly Gas Station and then began driving truck over the road. After he moved to Battle Lake, he was employed with Duenow Trucking of Fergus Falls where he was a driver and dispatcher. He enjoyed fishing and hunting and shot his last buck last November. He had been a member of K.C's in Madison and was an active member of Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church. He is survived by one daughter, Diane (Leonard) Krolak of Battle Lake; one son, Ronald (Kay) Karels I I I of Faribault; son-in-law, Jeff Christianson of Anchorage, AK; six grandchildren, Lisa Weiss of Columbus, N.C., Brian (Stephanie) Krolak, Abigail and Madison of Brunswick, ME, Joyce (Eddie) Monts, Rebecca, Joshua and Jonathan of Ira, S.C., Michael (Deb) Kareis, Megan and Taylor of Estherville, IA, Michelle (Mark) Graft, Josh and Callie of Marshall and Wyatt (Laleya) Christianson, Logan and Alanna of Anchorage, AK; three sisters, Adel Hiepler and Sally Mueller of Madison and Mary Weiland of Osakis; and one brother, Leonard Karels of Montevideo. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Aurea on April 13, 1972; daughter, Manna Christianson; one sister, Rosie Anderson; and two brothers, Emmanuel and Meinard Karels. Services were held Saturday, July 5 at Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Church, Battle Lake Officiating was Father Paul Folsom. A graveside service was held at St. Michaeis Catholic Cemetery with Father Jeff Horejsi officiating, Madison. Glende-Nilson Funeral Home of Battle Lake were in charge of the arrangements. Donald Roggenbuck Funeral services were held June 5, 2003 for Donald Joseph Roggenbuck of Driscoll, ND. Donald Joseph Roggenbuck went home to the good Lord on June 2, 2003. Donald was born in the Madison Hospital, Madison to Joseph and Theresa (Adelman) Roggenbuck. He went to the St. Joseph School in Rosen for eight years. Donald entered the Army, March 23, 1953. He married Virginia Rose Beck on April 4, 1956, while still in the Army. He served in the Army for 10 1/2 years and was discharged in September 1963. He and Virginia had seven children. In 1980 Donald married Diane Sjogren. They had one son. Donald loved farming, fishing, playing cards and working with people. He was a member of the Grace Lutheran Church in Driscoll, ND. He is survived by his children, Thomas of New Mexico, Barbara of Thief River Falls, Theresa of Alabama, John of Motley, Joan of Minnesota, Joseph of California, Diane and Pat Molsted of Thief River Falls and David of Sterling, ND, two step-daughters; Linda and Leland Nelson of Baudette. And Lynette and Archie McGregor of Billings, MT. 20 grandchildren, nine step- grandchildren, several great grandchildren, his caregiver Diane Kulanda, one brother Valerius (Lois) Roggenbuck of Odessa, four sisters; Arlene (Cliff) Hemmingson, Pelican Rapids, Rosa (Floyd) Whiting, Plymouth, Rita (James) Bear, Ontario, OR, and Annella (Bill) Larson, Watertown, SD, and many nieces and nephews. Donald was buried in the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery in Mandan, ND. He was preceded in death by his parents. Bellingham/Louisburg ....... I By Margret Stueckrath Phone 568.2430 Carol Matthies was not present when her name was called for $60. July 2 at the Bellingham Community Day Drawing. The drawing will be for $80 on June 9. Howard and Bernice Djonne of Marietta entertained guests at their home Friday, June 27 for supper and evening. Guests were Lucille Nelson, Harriet Nygard, Charles and Ihla Thomson, Art and Elaine Dove, Stuart and Lucy Sime, Dwight and Delaine Magedanz of Milbank, Eldon and Bert Hemme of Watertown, Stan and Clarice Frogner and Gene and Betty Torness of Big Stone. Rob Radermacher and Deric attended a going away party for Howard Radermacher at the Dennis Radermacher home on Friday evening. Ron Nelson was a Friday afternoon visitor at the Mel Omen's home at Madison. Sunday afternoon visitors of Margret Stueckrath at her home were Ivan and Aria Stueckrath of Milan. Mel and Shirley Keszler of Mission, TX are visiting her folks, Bill and Minnie Giese, other relatives and friends. Saturday, June 28, Betty Stensrud and Fran Trygestad motored to I I Illlll I I Rochester and attended the wedding and reception of Anne Koelln and William Brown. They were married at Gloria Dia Lutheran Church in Rochester. Parents of the couple are Ridgly and Elizabeth Brown of Maryland and Pastor Thomas and Rebecca Koelln. Pastor Koelln walked his granddaughter down the isle and performed the wedding ceremony, Anna's brothers, Nathan, Jacob and David were ushers. The reception was held at the Kahler Hotel in Rochester. Anna was honored to have both grandmothers present, Wilma Johnson and Delores Koelln. Anna completed her graduate program and will be teaching social studies in Baltimore. William will attend his graduate program this fall and get a degree in digital media. The" couple will live in Balimore, MD. Tuesday Ron Nelson visited Mel Omen at his home in Madison. Edwin and Marilyn Goetsch visited Sunday, June 29th at the Arlyn and Cherl Goetsch home at Lake Crystal. They all went out to supper at Applebees at Mankato for Arlyn and Cheryl's anniversary. Ed and Marilyn stayed overnite at New Ulm. Wednesay afternoon and evening, July 2 Margret Stueckrath was a caller WORK RELATED INJURIES v Time loss from work is an immense problem in terms of human suffering and economic impact. The only disorder to cause more time loss from work than back pain is the common cold. Numerous studies show that chiropractic care is both a safe and effective way you deal with back pain, neck pain, headaches, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, muscular and joint injuries. Our office procedures include thorough examination, promote fast relief and early return to work. Proper care of an acute injury is the best advice to prevent it from becoming a chronic ongoing disabling problem. Tues.-Thurs. 8:30Qm - 12noon; Sat. by appt. MinnKota Bowhunters 3-D shoot results 6-10-03 Doug McKinney 239 Renee McKinney 236 Verlin Pierce 259 Gator 231 Dwight Peschong 244 Scott Meyer 284 Scott Dahle 250 Mark Baldry 231 Arnie Veen 235 Ron Flottmeyer 244 Bob Zahnow 259 Mike Hartman 235 Tim Ward 229 Weekly winners Scott M. and Tim W. 6.17413 Arnie Veen 248 Dwight Peschong 227 Gator 245 Bob Zahnow 259 Scott Meyer 369 Scott Dahle 232 Mark Baldry 267 Weekly winners Scott M. and Arnie V. MinnKota Archery Club meet every Tuesday at 7p.m. 3-D Shoot July 19 & 20. at the homes of Tom and Connie VanDe Pattis, Merlyn and Delores Wallen of rural Clarkfield and Mick Waiters of rural Boyd. Louisburg Lorraine Sorenson, LeAnn Stone and Pat Thompson attended a baby shower for Madelyn Elaine, daughter of Chris and Jennifer Fisher, at the home of Dutch and Deb Fisher in Crystal on Saturday. They returned home Sunday evening. Saturday afternoon Charles and Ihla Thompson and Lucille Nelson visited Arnie and Marlys Longnecker at Appleton. Extension John Cunningham County Extension Educator 839-2518 or 1-800-279-2518 DATES TO REMEMBER: July 9 - Entry and 4-H Conference Judging of Non-livestock exhibits (noon - 6:00 p.m.) July 10 - Entry of Open Class Exhibits and judging of 4-H Poultry, Rabbits, and Dogs; Horse and Non- Game Horse Judging July 10 - Cloverbuds at the Fair (1 - 4 p.m.) at Clinton Fairgrounds. July 11 - Conference Judging of Livestock exhibits and 4-H Horse Show w/games Judging at Fairgrounds .:,July I2;,-, 4-,I-I Award Program followed by Premium Auction at Fairgrounds July 12 - Youth Open Horse Show, 7:30 p.m. at Fairgrounds July 13 - 4-H Round Robin Contest. Exhibits released at 8:00 p.m. July 14 - Post-Fair Clean-Up July 16 - State Fair Orientation meeting Big Stone Gail Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Val and Paula Rausch and family have a visitor Camille Morizot from France staying with them. She is a 15- year-old girl and friend of Paula's family. When Paula was in High School she was a foreign exchange student to this family. Now the family has sent their daughter to visit Paula and Val and family. Over the 4th of July Val and Paula Rausch and family took Camille Morizot to the Black Hills to see the sights and visit family. Over the 4th, 5th, and 6th of July Ron and Pare Fryer and Aaron and Kendra and other Fryer family members went to Pickerel Lake recreational area in Grenville, SD. They enjoyed camping outdoors in tents. The lake was clean and enjoyable to swim in. Wednesday, June 25th Joe Angerhofer and Shizuko Takahashi both of Brookings visited in the afternoon at the home of Joe's parents Arlin and Verna Angerhofer. Later in the evening they and the Angerhofers attended a wedding reception for Jason and Billie Freiwald at the Big Stone Legion Club room. Debra and Jerrianne Lindman of Blaine, were 4th of July visitors at the home of John and Jerri Van Hout. Granddaughters Valerie Knoll Zumwalt of Texas and Tara Knoll Huebner of Colorado Springs visited John and Jerri Van Hout. They are the daughters of Carol and Gary Knoll of Ortonville. Ken and Aletta Simonitch visited Frank and Clara Zeek on the 4th of LONG-TIME RESIDENTS of Meadowbrook, Roger and Ann Lundberg are pictured above. were named Grand Marshalls of the annual Meadowbrook Fourth of July Parade. Sr. Golf Tourney to be held July 14 Ortonville's annual Senior Golf Tournament will be held at the Ortonville Golf Course on "Monday, July 14. Tee off time begins at 10 a.m. Registration forms are available at the Ortonville Golf Club House. Anyone registering must do so by July 9. Prizes will be given for both net and gross scores. Rolls and coffee will be served in the morning, and a dinner will be served following play. Anyone with an established handicap and age of 50 and older is eligible to play. For more information, contact Carol Barrett at 320-839-2770. Check out our web site at www.ortt " Over 35 Years of Service *STRAIGHTEN Buckling Walls *DRY LrP Wet Basements Helped many that thought their situation was beyond hope. Call and we will give you names of people we have helped near you. Assurance of a DRY SECURE HOME 1-800-348-6247 BASEMENT WATER CONTROLLED www.dryupbasement.com (Uc. #20346870) BASEMENT Just Enjoy It O" o''" ..: 2003 Celebrating 100 Years........ is the 100th Year of the Clinton State In celebration of our Centennial year, we are giving aw $100 cash each month of 2003. Nelson Cox of Clinton was our June .... , winner of, $100 00C,00aSh. LL Clinton State Bank CEO and Chairman of the Board, Sevrin is pictured above with Nelson Cox who was the June Sevrin was hired as a bookkeeper/teller after graduating College in 1950. In 1955 he was named Assistant Cashier in 1957. He purchased the bank from his father's estate anal served as President until 1996 when he was CEO and Chairman of the Board. Sevrin and his wife, Patti reside in Clinton. Their family Paul, wife Melissa anal daughter, Maya of Edina son James of Fargo. Congratulations, Nelson from all of us at the Clinton Your Community Bank for 100 1 July. They were there for the Sign up in our lobby for $100 cash to be given afternoon and evening and had a picnic dinner, l l Shirley Voeltz visited her aunt Dora Clinton State Pqppen of Milbank on Wednesday, Clifford and Ileen Christensen had If THE BANK UNDERSTANDS coffee guests on Tuesday, July 1st which were Mr. and Mrs. Merlin . Wirkus from Marietta, Mr. and Mrs.  ,j";!'',,--'- ..... ,o,:_ Marvin Hunt from Gary, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hunt from Mora. fm, Saturday, June 28th Mr. and Mrs. Roger Christensen and family and Clifford and Ileen Christensen went to " Member FDIC .... I  "  2; 7 ". - - " " " l [ = .... the Rodeo in Crystal Springs. .... Page ]2 INDEPENDENT