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Obituaries William Loehrer Mass of Christian Burial for longtime rural Milbank farmer, William F. Loehrer, 82, was held Friday, July 11, 2003, in St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Milbank, with Father Wilfrid Lambertz, OSB, as the ce}ebrant. Bill died from complications of prostate cancer on Monday, July 7, 2003 in Beverly Healthcare in Milbank. Music was presented by Sandy Tucholke, organist, and the St. Lawrence Funeral Choir. Honorary pallbearers were Urban and David Stolpman and Darwin Peschong. Active pallbearers were Michael, Steven, Bert, John, Jim, and Larry Loehrer. Burial was in the Milbank City Cemetery. The family requests that memorials be directed to the Cancer Fund, in c/o Sandy Christensen, Milbank Area Hospital/Avera Health, 901 E. Virgil Avenue, Milbank, SD 57252. Bill was born Feb. 24, 1921, in Milbank, SD, the son of Joseph and Agnes (Peschong) Loehrer. He attended country schools in Alban Township, Grant County, SD, and , graduated from Milbank High School in 1939. He was a lifelong farmer. Bill resided on his father's farm in Alban Township until his marriage to Imo Gene Street on Sept. 8, 1945. Following marriage, they purchased the farm in Alban Township and Kenneth Bailey Kenneth Milan Bailey, 87 of Longmont, CO died peacefully in his home on July 11, 2003. He was born Feb. 13, 1916 at Clinton, the son of Llewellyn and Eva (Thompson) Bailey. He attended Rural School District 6 in Big Stone County. He was baptized and confirmed at Elim Lutheran Church in Clinton. On May 31, 1941 he married Marmion Hammerberg. They farmed in Prior Township until moving to Colorado in 1973. He was then employed as a church custodian untii he retired in 1981. After his retirement he loved going to garage sales, visiting with people and refinishing furniture. Ken was very proud of his family and his Minnesota roots. One of his greatest joys was showing his granddad's journals of the Civil War and his latest garage sale purchases. He is survived by a son, Loren resided there. Imo Gene died Dec. 22, 1997. Bill married Molly Henrichs on Oct. 30. 1998, in Milbank. Following marriage, the couple resided in Ortonville. Bill was diagnosed with prostate cancer about two years ago. fie worked on the farm until April 2003. He was able to drive and walk until a month ago. Bill was a former governor of the Moose Lodge in Ortonville. tfe was also a past member of the Grant County Farmers Home Administration board, the Nassau Farmers Co-op board, and was a former state FHA director. In additkm, Bill was a charter member of FE*. He also enjoyed the Sunday night dance group at the Matador in Ortonville. Once Bill was diagnosed with prostate cancer, he attended several meetings of a prostate support group in Ortonville. Survivors include his wife, Molly, Ortonville; three sons and two daughters-in-law, Michael and Susan Loehrer, Minneapolis; Steven Loehrer, Eagan; and Bert and Amy Loehrer, rural Milbank, SD; two grandsons Alec and Peter Loehrer, Eagan, MN; one sister and brother-in-law, Lucille and Urban Stolpman, Ortonville; many nieces and nephews: one step- son and his wife, Steven and Val Henrichs, Ortonville; two step- daughters and their husbands, Robin and Jerry Bergeron, Dallas, TX; and Jami and Scott Bohlman, Correll; and four step grandchildren. In addition to his first wife, lmo Gene, his parents, two brothers, and four sisters preceded him in death. The Emanuel-Patterson Funeral Home of Milbank was in charge of the arrangements. (Linda) Bailey of Fergus Falls, and a daughter, Lana (Dana) Kaukinen of Calgary, Alberta, Canada; five grandchildren Jennifer (Brad) DeJong of West Fargo, ND, Amy (Brad) Muehlenhardt of Mankato, Sarah (Craig) Moseng of Moorhead, Kurt and Julie Kaukinen of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, great-grandson Christian DeJong and his wonderful loving neighbors and friends. His wife of 58 years, Marmion, his parents and five brothers preceded him in death. A memorial will be held in Longmont, CO and a graveside service at the Clinton Cemetery in Clinton. Ahlberg Funeral Chapel of Longmont conducted local arrangements and cremation. Memorials preferred to Hospice Care of Boulder or the Clinton Cemetery. Bellingham/Louisburg By Margret Stueckrath Phone 568-2430 Amy Roggenbuck was not present when her name was called for$80 on July 9 at the Bellingham Community Day Drawing. The drawing will be for $100. on July 16. Wally and Lois Larson, Darrin Larson of St. Cloud, Brent and Michelle Larson of Alex. Joleen VanHoorn Lucas and Chandler of Aberdeen, and Kristin Schlueter attended the Wedding of Scott Larson, son of Bob and Judy Larson and Jennifer Sutherland at Minneapolis on Saturday, June 23 and returned home on Sunday. Kevin and Treice Olson and Harman of Houston, TX and Nancy Olson of Red Wing were visitors at the Vernon Olson home from June 29 Do you binge eat and vomit? IIIIIIIIIIIIglllllll TUBBS SOFT WATER ,Drinking Water Systems .Iron Removal Systems .Salt Delivery Appleton, MN Phone 28001999 ...... t11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 IIIIIIII IIIIII I IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111111 Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Hospital. Call Lori l_arson at 1-320-839-2502 for an appointment. I! ON CALL 24 HOURS A DAY ITmLSL mdmlJ.Vi M.D. GerddM. Rieb,M.D. I (605) 882-2630 or 1-800-658-4763 Mallard Pointe Business Park Watertown, SD to July 2. Neal, Stacy and Lucas Olson of Prior Lake were July 5 and 6 visitors at the Vernon Olson home. Naomi and Doug Dempcy and boys and Deb and Aaron Larson and boys treated Claude and Ruth Larson on their 43rd, Wedding Anniversary Thursday evening, July 3 with dinner at the Matador Supper Club in Ortonville. After dinner they had dessert at MacDaddy's and then went to Claude and Ruth's home and enjoyed fire works display. Ruth's cousin John Haase and his wife Lois arrived that night to spend a few days with the Larsons. July 4th guests for the afternoon and pot luck supper at the home of Dwight and Delaine Magadanz in Milbank were Lucille Nelson, Doris Johnson, Annette Moen, Howard and Vivian Janssen, Mary and Norman Anderson, Rob and Delores Danielson. Dinner guests of Claude and Ruth Larson July 4 were Doug and Naomi Dempcy and boys, Jacen Allen and Tanja Pelton and Denise and John and Lois Haase from Boone,IA. Claude and Ruth Larson and their guests John and Lois Haase went to Lobster Lake on Saturday and spent the afternoon with Paul and Carol Lund and family. They were evening visitors at Jacen Allen's home. Ron Nelson visited Mel Omen on Saturday. John D. Johnson of Nassau visited Ron Nelson on Wednesday. Mr. Johnson moved to Nassau from S. St.Paul. Rob Radermacher family called on Agnes Pillatzke Sunday evening at Nassau. Lou Jean Schake and Lois Larson were Watertown, SD visitors of Mavis Dale and Jana Dale on Tuesday. Lou Jean also had a Doctors appt. Pastor James Hesse, Walter and Marion Maatz, Melvin and Carol Maatz, Edwin and Marilyn Goetsch, and Albert and Clara Lotthammer, who are members of the Trinity Friendship League of Trinity Lutheran Church, Bellingham; enjoyed a tour of local historical sites on Wednesday, July 9. The afternoon started with a very interesting and informative tour of the Lac qui Parle County Historical Museum with Lorraine as our guide adding many interesting sidelights. The tour continued to the Lac qui Parle mission and from there to the Camp Release Monument at Montevideo. A short stop was made at the Lowell Eliot home (Lotthammer's daughter) in Montevideo whose barn had been struck by lightning and burned to the ground melting the siding from the house early Wednesday morning. The tour ended with supper at Montevideo Country K Louisburg Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson attended funeral services for Tony Hastad at Faith Lutheran Church on Thursday morning. Stacy Thompson of Mpls. and Pat Anderson of Milan were Friday afternoon visitors of Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson. Save this paper .f0r .recycling UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Friday night golf mixer events Participants in this week's Friday night golf mixer will play the back nine on Ortonville's Golf Course. The format will be the same format used in the Couple's Golf Tournament. Each player will hit their own tee shot, men from mens' tees and ladies from ladies' tees. Each player will then hit their part- ners tee shot for the second shot and take the best ball of the two shots. Whoever did not hit the second shot must play the third shot. Players then play one ball and alternate shots to the hole. They will record just one gross score. Prizes will be given for closest to pin on Hole 17 and kmgest putt on Hole 18. Registration for these spe- cial events will cost $2 per person. Registration for the nine hole play is $2.50 per person or $5 per couple. A social time will be held at Ortonville's Golf Clubhouse for fun and prizes following play. Markets II No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.46 Soybeans ............................ 5.74 Corn .................................. 1.97 July 15, 2002 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.57 Soybeans ........................... 5.26 Corn ................................... 1.86 True Minnesota. Some things are distinctly Minnesotan -- like Blue Cross and Minnesota, recognized for delivering quality health care years. That's why more MinnesOtans choose Blue Cross Call me for individual or group plans or plans that Tom Oakes Agent 40 NW 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-2118 or 800-630-4978 BlueCrosS of WOOD'S FLOORING Ortonville, MN r County comes through again for Bloodmobile The American Red Cross Bloodmobile was recently in the Big Stone County area. The following results were report- ed: In Big Stone City the goal was 30. There were 23 presenting with 2 deferrals leaving actual units collected at 21. In Ortonville the goal was 105. There were 114 presenting for dona- tion with 9 deferrals and 1 incomplete leaving actual units collected at 103. There were 4 first timers. In Graceville the goal was 60. There were 73 presenting for donation with 10-deferrals and 1 incomplete leaving the actual units collected at 62. In Clinton the goal was 40. There were 60 presenting for donation with 3 deferrals leaving the actual units collected at 57. In Beardsley the goal was 35. There were 47 presenting with 2 deferrals leaving actual units collected at 45. Pin recipients are as follows: 1st timers: Ashly Thielke, Eric Collins, Cindy Scholberg, and Juan Sebastian Figueroa. 1-Gallon Pin: Glen Danielson and Diana Shelstad. 2-Gallon Pin: Glenn Tschetter. 3-Gallon Pin: Brent Olson, Rodger Brandt, Connie Miller, and Craig The Division of Neuroscience Research is conducting studies investigating bulimia nervosa as a gastrointestinal disorder (free medication and care provided). Have you begun to realize that you have lost control over these behaviors? Call Laurie at: 612-626-4034 or 1-800-600-6636 Randleman. 4-Gallon Pin: Connie Monson, Tom Oakes, Bill Oswood, Betty Reinke, and Marjorie Lindholm. 5-Gallon Pin: Greg Kleindl and Marlyn Schumacher. 6-Gallon Pin: David Ellingson. 7-Gallon Pin: Robert Yaeger, Vernon Henkelman, and Wesley Herberg, 8-Gallon Pin: Isabelle Folkens and Norbert Buller. 10-Gallon Pin: Bill Fischer. Our sincere thanks goes out to everyone who made and took the time to go and give this gift of life. At the Blood center in Minneapolis they were thrilled with the numbers that we were able to report and the pints of blood that we were able to supply to them right before the big 4th of July holidays. Big Stone County area should be extremely proud of their donations. '02 Dodge Stratus Sport Coupe 20,000 .,,.s 4 disc CO CornFest Cruise-In MODEL CAR CONTEST Saturday, August 16 THREE AGE BRACKETS 12 & under - 13-18 - adult 500onsored by The Ortonville Independent For car show info: 320-839-3600 or 320-563-8716 Visit us at our website: a www.bigstonecruisers.com I I I The Mike the '99 Jeep Grand y Go ,WE DO IT ALL! Complete Auto Glass, & Body Shop Area's Most Modern and Up-To-Date Shop Largest Windshield Selection in the Areal Windshield Repair and Replacement Painting Body Work Free computerized estimates IOROEN ROCGENBUCK INVITES YOU IN! STEVE AND LINDA ROGGENBUCK have the largest in-stock P_R O.G R E COLLISION & GLASS C Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 109 SE 2rid St. Ortonville, MN 56278 * Phone (320) Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-S:30pm; Thurs. nights til 8pro; 5 T ,, Page 10  INDEPENDENT Obituaries ii William Loehrer Mass of Christian Burial for longtime rural Milbank farmer, William F. Loehrer, 82, was held Friday, July 11, 2003, in St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Milbank, with Father Wilfrid Lambertz, OSB, as the celebrant. Bill died from complications of prostate cancer on Monday, July 7, 2003 in Beverly Healthcare in Milbank. Music was presented by Sandy Tucholke, organist, and the St. Lawrence Funeral Choir. Honorary pallbearers were Urban and David Stolpman and Darwin Peschong. Active pallbearers were Michael, Steven, Bert, John, Jim, and Larry Loehrer. Burial was in the Milbank City Cemetery. The family requests that memorials be directed to the Cancer Fund, in c/o Sandy Christensen, Milbank Area Hospital/Avera Health, 901 E. Virgil Avenue, Milbank, SD 57252. Bill was born Feb. 24, 1921, in Milbank, SD, the son of Joseph and Agnes (Peschong) Loehrer. He attended country schools in Alban Township, Grant County, SD, and . graduated from Milbank High School in 1939. He was a lifelong farmer. Bill resided on his father's farm in Alban Township until his marriage to Imo Gene Street on Sept. 8, 1945. Following marriage, they purchased the farm in Alban Township and Kenneth Bailey, Kenneth Milan Bailey, 87 of Longmont, CO died peacefully in his home on July 11, 2003. He was born Feb. 13, 1916 at Clinton, the son of Llewellyn and Eva (Thompson) Bailey. He attended Rural School District 6 in Big Stone County. He was baptized and confirmed at Elim Lutheran Church in Clinton. On May 31, 1941 he married Marmion Hammerberg. They farmed in Prior Township until moving to Colorado in 1973. He was then employed as a church custodian until he retired in 1981. After his retirement he loved going to garage sales, visiting with people and refinishing furniture. Ken was very proud of his family and his Minnesota roots. One of his greatest joys was showing his granddad's journals of the Civil War and his latest garage sale purchases. He is survived by a son, Loren resided there. Imo Gene died Dec. 22, 1997. Bill married Molly Henrichs on Oct. 30. 1998, in Milbank. Following marriage, the couple resided in Ortonville. Bill was diagnosed with prostate cancer about two years ago. fie worked on the farm until April 2003. He was able to drive and walk until a month ago. Bill was a former governor of the Moose Lodge in Ortonville. He was also a past member of the Grant County Farmers Home Administration board, the Nassau Farmers Co-op board, and was a former state FHA director. In additkm, Bill was a charter member of FE*. He also enjoyed the Sunday night dance group at the Matador in Ortonville. Once Bill was diagnosed with prostate cancer, he attended several meetings of a prostate support group in Ortonville. Survivors include his wife, Molly, Ortonville; three sons and two daughters-in-law, Michael and Susan Loehrer, Minneapolis; Steven Loehrer, Eagan; and Bert and Amy Loehrer, rural Milbank, SD; two grandsons, Alec and Peter Loehrer, Eagan, MN; one sister and brother-in-law, Lucille and Urban Stolpman, Ortonville; many nieces and nephews: one step- son and his wife, Steven and Val Henrichs, Ortonville; two step- daughters and their husbands, Robin and Jerry Bergeron, Dallas, TX; and Jami and Scott Bohlman, Correll; and four step grandchildren. In addition to his first wife, lmo Gene, his parents, two brothers, and four sisters preceded him in death. The Emanuel-Patterson Funeral Home of Milbank was in charge of the arrangements. (Linda) Bailey of Fergus Falls, and a daughter, Lana (Dana) Kaukinen of Calgary, Alberta, Canada; five grandchildren Jennifer (Brad) DeJong of West Fargo, ND, Amy (Brad) Muehlenhardt of Mankato, Sarah (Craig) Moseng of Moorhead, Kurt and Julie Kaukinen of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, great-grandson Christian DeJong and his wonderful loving neighbors and friends. His wife of 58 years, Marmion, his parents and five brothers preceded him in death. A memorial will be held in Longmont, CO and a graveside service at the Clinton Cemetery in Clinton. Ahlberg Funeral Chapel of Longmont conducted local arrangements and cremation. Memorials preferred to Hospice Care of Boulder or the Clinton Cemetery. to July 2. Neal, Stacy and Lucas Olson of Prior Lake were July 5 and 6 visitors at the Vernon Olson home. Naomi and Doug Dempcy and boys and Deb and Aaron Larson and boys treated Claude and Ruth Larson on their 43rd, Wedding Anniversary Thursday evening, July 3 with dinner at the Matador Supper Club in Ortonville. After dinner they had dessert at MacDaddy's and then went to Claude and Ruth's home and enjoyed fire works display. Ruth's cousin John Haase and his wife Lois arrived that night to spend a few days with the Larsons. July 4th guests for the afternoon and pot luck supper at the home of Dwight and Delaine Magadanz in Milbank were Lucille Nelson, Doris Johnson, Annette Moen, Howard and Vivian Janssen, Mary and Norman Anderson, Rob and Delores Danielson. Dinner guests of Claude and Ruth Larson July 4 were Doug and Naomi Dempcy and boys, Jacen Allen and Tanja Pelton and Denise and John and Lois Haase from Boone,IA. Claude and Ruth Larson and their guests John and Lois Haase went to Lobster Lake on Saturday and spent the afternoon with Paul and Carol Lund and family. They were evening visitors at Jacen Allen's home. Ron Nelson visited Mel Omen on Saturday. John D. Johnson of Nassau visited Ron Nelson on Wednesday. Mr. Johnson moved to Nassau from S. St.Paul. Rob Radermacher family called on Agnes Pillatzke Sunday evening at Nassau. Lou Jean Schake and Lois Larson were Watertown, SD visitors of Mavis Dale and Jana Dale on Tuesday. Lou Jean also had a Doctors appt. Pastor James Hesse, Walter and Marion Maatz, Melvin and Carol Maatz, Edwin and Marilyn Goetsch, and Albert and Clara Lotthammer, who are members of the Trinity Friendship League of Trinity Lutheran Church, Bellingham; enjoyed a tour of local historical sites on Wednesday, July 9. The afternoon started with a very interesting and informative tour of the Lac qui Parle County Historical Museum with Lorraine as our guide adding many interesting sidelights. The tour continued to the Lac qui Parle mission and from there to the Camp Release Monument at Montevideo. A short stop was made at the Lowell Eliot home (Lotthammer's daughter) in Montevideo whose barn had been struck by lightning and burned to the ground melting the siding from the house early Wednesday morning. The tour ended with supper at Montevideo Country K Louisburg Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson attended funeral services for Tony Hastad at Faith Lutheran Church on Thursday morning. Stacy Thompson of Mpls. and Pat Anderson of Milan were Friday afternoon visitors of Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson. Save this Bellingham/Louisburg paper !0r By Margret Stueckrath recycling Phone 568-2430 Amy Roggenbuck was not present when her name was called for$80 on July 9 at the Bellingham Community Day Drawing. The drawing will be for $100: on July 16. Wally and Lois Larson, Darrin Larson of St. Cloud, Brent and Michelle Larson of Alex. Joleen VanHoorn Lucas and Chandler of Aberdeen, and Kristin Schlueter attended the Wedding of Scott Larson, son of Bob and Judy Larson and Jennifer Sutherland at Minneapolis on Saturday, June 23 and returned home on Sunday. Kevin and Treice Olson and Harman of Houston, TX and Nancy Olson of Red Wing were visitors at the Vernon Olson home from June 29 Do you binge eat and vomit? IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllh TUBBS I11 SOFT WATER ) Dnnking Water Systems Iron Removal Systems Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Hospital. Call Lori l_arson at 1-320-839-2502 for an appointment. !! ON CALL 24 HOURS A DAY hklfk,m M.D. Ilmll.Vw, M.p. GerddB. Rieb,M.D. (605) 882-2630 or 1-800-658-4763 Mallard Pointe Business Park Watertown, SD Page 10 Friday night golf mixer events Participants in this week's Friday night golf mixer will play the back nine on Ortonville's Golf Course. The format will be the same format used in the Couple's Golf Tournament. Each player will hit their own tee shot, men from mens' tees and ladies from ladies' tees. Each player will then hit their part- ners tee shot for the second shot and take the best ball of the two shots. Whoever did not hit the second shot must play the third shot. Players then play one ball and alternate shots to the hole. They will record just one gross score. Prizes will be given for closest to pin on Hole 17 and longest putt on Hole 18. Registration for these spe- cial events will cost $2 per person. Registration for the nine hole play is $2.50 per person or $5 per couple. A social time will be held at Ortonville's Golf Clubhouse for fun and prizes following play. Markets I II No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.46 Soybeans ............................ 5.74 Corn .................................. 1.97 July 15, 2002 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.57 Soybeans ........................... 5.26 Corn ................................... 1.86 True Minnesota. Some things are distinctly Minnesotan -- like Blue Cross Minnesota, recognized for delivering quality health care years. That's why more Minnesotans choose Blue Cross Call me for individual or group plans or plans that work with UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA BlueCros5 of Wholesale Prices! Wood Ceramic * Carpet Linoleum Laminant WOOD'S FLOORING Ortonville, MN County comes through again for Bloodmobile Randleman. 4-Gallon Pin: Connie Monson, Tom Oakes, Bill Oswood, Betty Reinke, and Marjorie Lindholm. 5-Gallon Pin: Greg Kleindl and Marlyn Schumacher. 6-Gallon Pin: David Ellingson. 7-Gallon Pin: Robert Yaeger, Vernon Henkelman, and Wesley Herberg, 8-Gallon Pin: Isabelle Folkens and Norbert Buller. 10-Gallon Pin: Bill Fischer. Our sincere thanks goes out to everyone who made and took the time to go and give this gift of life. At the Blood center in Minneapolis they were thrilled with the numbers that we were able to report and the pints of blood that we were able to supply to them right before the big 4th of July holidays. Big Stone County area should be extremely proud of their donations. The American Red Cross Bloodmobile was recently in the Big Stone County area. The following results were report- ed: In Big Stone City the goal was 30. There were 23 presenting with 2 deferrals leaving actual units collected at 21. In Ortonville the goal was 105. There were 114 presenting for dona- tion with 9 deferrals and 1 incomplete leaving actual units collected at 103. There were 4 first timers. In Graceville the goal was 60. There were 73 presenting for donation with 10-deferrals and 1 incomplete leaving the actual units collected at 62. In Clinton the goal was 40. There were 60 presenting for donation with 3 deferrals .leaving the actual units collected at 57. In Beardsley the goal was 35. There were 47 presenting with 2 deferrals leaving actual units collected at 45. Pin recipients are as follows: 1st timers: Ashly Thielke, Eric Collins, Cindy Scholberg, and Juan Sebastian Figueroa. 1-Gallon Pin: Glen Danielson and Diana Shelstad. 2-Gallon Pin: Glenn Tschetter. 3-Gallon Pin: Brent Olson, Rodger Brandt, Connie Miller, and Craig The Division of Neuroscience Research is conducting studies investigating bulimia nervosa as a gastrointestinal disorder (free medication and care provided). Have you begun to realize that you have lost control over these behaviors? Call Laurie at: 612-626-4034 or 1-600-600-6636 '02 Dodge Stratus Sport Coupe 20,000 .,,,,s suvoOt 4 disc cO I I Cor'nF00s Cruise-in MODEL CAR CONTEST Saturday, August 16 THREE AGE BRACKETS 12 & under - 13-18 - adult 500onsored by The Ortonville Independent For car show info: 320-839-3600 or 320-563-8716 Visit us at our website: a www.bigstonecruisers.com II I I 00INDEPENDENT The Mike the '99 Jee Grand s10,985 y Go WE DO IT ALL! Complete Auto Glass & BodY Shop Area s Most Modern and Up-To-Date Shop Largest Windshield Selection in the Areal Windshield Repair and Replacement Painting Body Work Free computerized estimates IOROEN ROGGENBUCK INVITES YOU IN! STEVE ANC P_ROJG R COLLISION & GLASS C Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 109 SE 2nd St. Ortonville, MN 56278 * Phone (320) Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-5:?,Opm; Thurs. nights til 8pro;