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ncial Report for the City of Ortonville, MN (continued from previous page) SECTION VII: COMPONENT UNIT(S) Fund Type component unit(s) and indicate whether lhe unit is blended or presented discretely:. 6 7 8 10 NAME OF COMPONENT UNIT and indicate whether Me unit i blended or presented detcrete.. NAME OF COMPONENT uNrr B 7 8 9 10 11ON SECTION VIII: JOINT POWERS AGREEMENT more joint power= agreement, pleaee identify below. i PURPOSE OF AGREEMENT PARTICPA'nNG  t,, OOVERNMENTN. UNITS  uo il! City Employee Compliment 1 SECTION X: FINANCIAL HEALTH 5 Number of Building Permits Issued 6 Value of Building Permtls Issued 5 111 6 1,644,434 P/o/rid/care  un/q to ),put c/W or my ixtmetd/ny  t ocurr whk ay/rove/m/'t  fm f/nanc =tmement O.e.. mKun iumv, meJor a/k.prevemen. =tcJ. i Nte'lkma/,sl.t/fnecsary:. SECTION IX: SPECIAL DISTRICTS TYPE OF ITRICT OOVERNI BOO OF OROANIZATION Sections I through VI of this report have beqm prepared from the lu(Etsd flnandal statemants of the . These mctions include all transactions for all funds of the city for the year ended December 31, 1198, and are in conformance with the Uniform Chart of Accmmts and Minnesota Statutes Section 477A.017. Signature of Finance Offcef Date E..mil AIN= , . ) Phone Number (.92) 3 7 :'.'i Phone Number ( ) Fix Number SolInson and Tanner of of Plymouth Ray Stolpman eed fishing, ting with great- lnd son, John of early Saturday and were house until Sunday visited with sited Alvin's rs. Laurence and at the Harry afternoon. present at the Wednesday when his name On Wednesday." will be for $20. enette Nelson at the home Louis Park. all attended Chanhassen. were guests in Minnetonka. were guests of and Eleanor home in Schake and h were at the Wally and Mrs. Melvin the 4-H lice Stolpman at the Reed Sts of Clarissa sister, Carol Lucille Nelson On Monday was a caller at Karels and Bruns of visitors of morning, July left at their WI on Lake !htseeing at WI ronwood, MI Barb spent at the James homes in 'S More DOOlr g Weekend visitors at the home of their parents, Wally and Lois Larson were Darrin of St. Cloud, Brent of Alexandria, Joleen and Lucas Larson and Ron Van Hoorn of Milbank. Lyle Sorenson of Alexandria was also a weekend visitor. Other callers on Saturday and Sunday were Larry and Mavis Dale, Howard and Lou Jean Schake, Miranda Kuechenmeister, Mitchell Bungarden, Tim McMahon, Lois Skallerud and Alice Johnson. Lucille Nelson and Charles and Ihla Thomson attended the Casa Del Sol Winter Texan Summer Reunion held at the Lakeshore RV Camp at Ortonville Monday evening to Wednesday. Monday evening, there were 99 guests at the potluck supper with many more activities on Tuesday and Wednesday. Wally and Lois Larson visited with Joleen and Lucas Larson and Ron Van Hoorn at Milbank on Monday night. Margret Stueckrath spent Sunday afternoon at the Mike Stueckrath home in Willmar, and along with other relatives helped Stacy celebrate her 13th birthday. Fran Rakow, Yvonne Hanson and Diane Dybevik visited Lorraine Sumner Thursday afternoon in Watertown, SD. Wayne and Nancy Hanson and sons, Keith and Greg of Pollack, SD were weekend visitors of Betty Hanson. Wayne attended his 20th class reunion on Saturday evening. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz and Daren visited with Edna Boldenow in Appleton. Suzanne Holman of New Hope was a visitor at the Chirissa Sorenson home Thursday afternoon. She also stopped to visit her grandmother, Mrs. Amanda Holman at Northridge Residence at Ortonville. Tuesday, Cheryl Manuel and the Herbie and Dawn Baker family drove to St. Cloud to visit Kyle and Jessica Manuel and Morgan and Micah. Lyle and Karen Schake were Wednesday evening visitors at the Wally Larson home. Lucas Larson spent the night at the home of his grandparents. .... KeyinOlsol) ofHurab!, TX spent the past week with his parents, Vernon and Carol Olson and also visited relatives and friends in Minneapolis. Weekend visitors at the Melvin Maatz home were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson, Sammy and Jack of Prior Lake. On Sunday, July 1 lth, Mrs. Minnie Schellberg accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Schellberg to the Craig Schellberg home at Spicer and helped observe Grant's 6th birthday. Tuesday Mrs. Melvin Maatz visited Edna Boldenow at Appleton. Last Friday Margaret Klefsaas was a dinner guest of Bernice Peterson at Montevideo. Herbie and DawnBaker, Nicole and Robbi of Broomfield, CO visited their grandparents, Woody and Carol Manuel and Doug and Cheryl Manuel from Saturday, July 10th until Wednesday, July 14th. Dennis Nelson, and Lloyd and Doris Nelson attended the wedding of Krista Nelson, daughter of Jim and Deanna Nelson of Appleton and Blake Wold of Willmar, son of Ralph and Pam Wold of Willmar at 4 p.m. Saturday afternoon, July 10th at the Bethel Lutheran Church in Willmar and the reception held at the Holiday Inn. Alan and Ruth Hansen were supper and overnight guests of Karen and Mike Utt on Sunday and luncheon guests of Vange and Julian Gunderson at Excelsior on Monday. Carol LaBelle visited Tom and Linda Nelson on Saturday and went out and enjoyed dinner with them. Mike and Jeanne Sorenson and Sandy left for their home at Sumnner, WA on Wednesday after spending two weeks at their farm home at Bell_ingham and visiting relatives. REPAIR IT... BEFORE YOU NEED TO REPLACE IT! Call us for windshield repair and replacement 830-CALL o, 888-819-2255 ,,60+ years combined experience All automotive glass work Free estimates Latest technology in window repair i *, Stacey Fink of Willmar spent several days at home. Chad Fink of Minnetonka is spending the weekend at home. The Love Circle met Monday evening, July 12th at the church. Carol Jean Larson was the hostess and there were seven members attending with group discussion of the Bible Study. Friday evening, Hervin and Lucille Borstad of Madison visited at the Charles and Ihla Thomson home. Gordon and Joyce Letrud entertained the Letrud family for supper at Club 7-75 on Wednesday evening, July 14th in honor of Tom and Gloria Letrud's 20th wedding anniversary. Attending were the Tom Letrud family, Judy Daliman, Tony and Jace, the Rick Johnson family, and Gary and Randy Letrud. Lorraine Sorenson was a coffee guest of Clara Peterson at Madison on Saturday afternoon. Charles and Ihla Thomson attended the Texas Casa Del Sol Park Reunion on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at the RV Park at Ortonville. Mike and Jeanne Sorenson were Tuesday evening supper guests of Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson. Other evening visitors were Patty Thompson, LeAnn Stone and Terry Johnson. Obituaries Paul Christensen Former Ortonville resident and business man, Paul Christensen, age 85, passed away at Seattle Washington. He is survived by two daughters; Paula (Daryl) Bailey of Odessa, Margo (Randy) Mueller of Minneapolis. Also three sisters; Helga Zahrbock of Madison, Ella Petrick of Glenwood and Violet (Frank) Roberts of Labolt, South Dakota. Three STEVE is ready to handle your automotive glass needs. -P-ROGRE$SIVE COLLISION & GLASS CENTER, INC. Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 109 SE 2nd St.* Ortonville, MN 56278 (320) 839-2255 brothers; Marvin (Kathryn) of Seattle Washington, Norman "Butch" (Florence) of Odessa, Harold "Pete" (Bea) of Ossio. He is also survived by two grandchildren, two step-grandchildren and one step great grandchild, one Salad, Fruited Jello Wednesday, July 28 Baked Chicken, Boiled Potatoes/Gravy, Buttered Beets, Sherbet, Whole Wheat Bread Thursday, July 29 Swiss Steak, Make-A-Head step great, great grandchild and many Potatoes, Cauliflower, Rice Pudding, nieces and nephews ........ Dinner Roll .................... Paul was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Ruby, three sisters and two brothers. His cremaines will be interned beside his wife in Renton, Washington. Prairie Five menu Reservations may be made by calling the Senior Center. When requesting a meal call the Senior Center the day prior to eating at 839- 3555 before 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 27 Beef Stew, Baking Powder Biscuit, Cottage Cheese with Peach Friday, July 30 Pork Roast, Mashed Potatos/Gravy, Scalloped Corn, Fruit Crisp/Topping, Rye Bread Monday, August 2 Meatballs/Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Wisconsin Blend Veg., Pudding/Topping, Whole Wheat Bread Tuesday, August 3 BBQ Ribs, Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Melon Cup, Rye Bread. !11 .... 11 RECYCLE: AS MUCH AS 86" OF HOUSEHOLD TRASH CAN BE RECYCLEDH .00ainnesotaValues. Nei 00d:x3rs. Good Friends. Coverage. 1993 Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Minnesota seniors know who they can trust. An old friend. A good neighbor. And when it comes to health cover- age, for sixty years they've relied on Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota. Blue Cross offers you a wide range of medi- care supplements, including their Basic Medicare Select Plan, Senior Gold. They offer the state's largest physician net- work, to help you keep the doctor you know and trust. Worldwide coverage that won't let you down when you travel. Paperless claims to keep your coverage simple. And special- ized senior service teams that are always there to help you with questions. It's coverage you can count on, all at an affordable price, too. For more information, contact the local agent listed below. H TOM OAKES 21 Southeast Second Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-2568 BlueG-'r( Blue$1eld of Minnesota A member of the Blue Crou and Blue Shield Allocletion, an lissoclallon or Independent Blue Cro end Blue Shield pla Beglstered marks of the Blue Crou an d Blue Shield AMoeletion 1999 INDEPENDENT Page 9b ncial Report for the City of Ortonville, MN (continued from previous page) SECTION VII: COMPONENT UNIT(S) Fund Type component unit(s) and indicate whether lhe unit is blended or presented discretely:. 6 7 8 10 NAME OF COMPONENT UNIT and indicate whether Me unit i blended or presented detcrete.. NAME OF COMPONENT uNrr B 7 8 9 10 11ON SECTION VIII: JOINT POWERS AGREEMENT more joint power= agreement, pleaee identify below. i PURPOSE OF AGREEMENT PARTICPA'nNG  t,, OOVERNMENTN. UNITS  uo il! City Employee Compliment 1 SECTION X: FINANCIAL HEALTH 5 Number of Building Permits Issued 6 Value of Building Permtls Issued 5 111 6 1,644,434 P/o/rid/care  un/q to ),put c/W or my ixtmetd/ny  t ocurr whk ay/rove/m/'t  fm f/nanc =tmement O.e.. mKun iumv, meJor a/k.prevemen. =tcJ. i Nte'lkma/,sl.t/fnecsary:. SECTION IX: SPECIAL DISTRICTS TYPE OF ITRICT OOVERNI BOO OF OROANIZATION Sections I through VI of this report have beqm prepared from the lu(Etsd flnandal statemants of the . These mctions include all transactions for all funds of the city for the year ended December 31, 1198, and are in conformance with the Uniform Chart of Accmmts and Minnesota Statutes Section 477A.017. Signature of Finance Offcef Date E..mil AIN= , . ) Phone Number (.92) 3 7 :'.'i Phone Number ( ) Fix Number SolInson and Tanner of of Plymouth Ray Stolpman eed fishing, ting with great- lnd son, John of early Saturday and were house until Sunday visited with sited Alvin's rs. Laurence and at the Harry afternoon. present at the Wednesday when his name On Wednesday." will be for $20. enette Nelson at the home Louis Park. all attended Chanhassen. were guests in Minnetonka. were guests of and Eleanor home in Schake and h were at the Wally and Mrs. Melvin the 4-H lice Stolpman at the Reed Sts of Clarissa sister, Carol Lucille Nelson On Monday was a caller at Karels and Bruns of visitors of morning, July left at their WI on Lake !htseeing at WI ronwood, MI Barb spent at the James homes in 'S More DOOlr g Weekend visitors at the home of their parents, Wally and Lois Larson were Darrin of St. Cloud, Brent of Alexandria, Joleen and Lucas Larson and Ron Van Hoorn of Milbank. Lyle Sorenson of Alexandria was also a weekend visitor. Other callers on Saturday and Sunday were Larry and Mavis Dale, Howard and Lou Jean Schake, Miranda Kuechenmeister, Mitchell Bungarden, Tim McMahon, Lois Skallerud and Alice Johnson. Lucille Nelson and Charles and Ihla Thomson attended the Casa Del Sol Winter Texan Summer Reunion held at the Lakeshore RV Camp at Ortonville Monday evening to Wednesday. Monday evening, there were 99 guests at the potluck supper with many more activities on Tuesday and Wednesday. Wally and Lois Larson visited with Joleen and Lucas Larson and Ron Van Hoorn at Milbank on Monday night. Margret Stueckrath spent Sunday afternoon at the Mike Stueckrath home in Willmar, and along with other relatives helped Stacy celebrate her 13th birthday. Fran Rakow, Yvonne Hanson and Diane Dybevik visited Lorraine Sumner Thursday afternoon in Watertown, SD. Wayne and Nancy Hanson and sons, Keith and Greg of Pollack, SD were weekend visitors of Betty Hanson. Wayne attended his 20th class reunion on Saturday evening. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz and Daren visited with Edna Boldenow in Appleton. Suzanne Holman of New Hope was a visitor at the Chirissa Sorenson home Thursday afternoon. She also stopped to visit her grandmother, Mrs. Amanda Holman at Northridge Residence at Ortonville. Tuesday, Cheryl Manuel and the Herbie and Dawn Baker family drove to St. Cloud to visit Kyle and Jessica Manuel and Morgan and Micah. Lyle and Karen Schake were Wednesday evening visitors at the Wally Larson home. Lucas Larson spent the night at the home of his grandparents. .... KeyinOlsol) ofHurab!, TX spent the past week with his parents, Vernon and Carol Olson and also visited relatives and friends in Minneapolis. Weekend visitors at the Melvin Maatz home were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson, Sammy and Jack of Prior Lake. On Sunday, July 1 lth, Mrs. Minnie Schellberg accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Schellberg to the Craig Schellberg home at Spicer and helped observe Grant's 6th birthday. Tuesday Mrs. Melvin Maatz visited Edna Boldenow at Appleton. Last Friday Margaret Klefsaas was a dinner guest of Bernice Peterson at Montevideo. Herbie and DawnBaker, Nicole and Robbi of Broomfield, CO visited their grandparents, Woody and Carol Manuel and Doug and Cheryl Manuel from Saturday, July 10th until Wednesday, July 14th. Dennis Nelson, and Lloyd and Doris Nelson attended the wedding of Krista Nelson, daughter of Jim and Deanna Nelson of Appleton and Blake Wold of Willmar, son of Ralph and Pam Wold of Willmar at 4 p.m. Saturday afternoon, July 10th at the Bethel Lutheran Church in Willmar and the reception held at the Holiday Inn. Alan and Ruth Hansen were supper and overnight guests of Karen and Mike Utt on Sunday and luncheon guests of Vange and Julian Gunderson at Excelsior on Monday. Carol LaBelle visited Tom and Linda Nelson on Saturday and went out and enjoyed dinner with them. Mike and Jeanne Sorenson and Sandy left for their home at Sumnner, WA on Wednesday after spending two weeks at their farm home at Bell_ingham and visiting relatives. REPAIR IT... BEFORE YOU NEED TO REPLACE IT! Call us for windshield repair and replacement 830-CALL o, 888-819-2255 ,,60+ years combined experience All automotive glass work Free estimates Latest technology in window repair i *, Stacey Fink of Willmar spent several days at home. Chad Fink of Minnetonka is spending the weekend at home. The Love Circle met Monday evening, July 12th at the church. Carol Jean Larson was the hostess and there were seven members attending with group discussion of the Bible Study. Friday evening, Hervin and Lucille Borstad of Madison visited at the Charles and Ihla Thomson home. Gordon and Joyce Letrud entertained the Letrud family for supper at Club 7-75 on Wednesday evening, July 14th in honor of Tom and Gloria Letrud's 20th wedding anniversary. Attending were the Tom Letrud family, Judy Daliman, Tony and Jace, the Rick Johnson family, and Gary and Randy Letrud. Lorraine Sorenson was a coffee guest of Clara Peterson at Madison on Saturday afternoon. Charles and Ihla Thomson attended the Texas Casa Del Sol Park Reunion on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at the RV Park at Ortonville. Mike and Jeanne Sorenson were Tuesday evening supper guests of Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson. Other evening visitors were Patty Thompson, LeAnn Stone and Terry Johnson. Obituaries Paul Christensen Former Ortonville resident and business man, Paul Christensen, age 85, passed away at Seattle Washington. He is survived by two daughters; Paula (Daryl) Bailey of Odessa, Margo (Randy) Mueller of Minneapolis. Also three sisters; Helga Zahrbock of Madison, Ella Petrick of Glenwood and Violet (Frank) Roberts of Labolt, South Dakota. Three STEVE is ready to handle your automotive glass needs. -P-ROGRE$SIVE COLLISION & GLASS CENTER, INC. Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 109 SE 2nd St.* Ortonville, MN 56278 (320) 839-2255 brothers; Marvin (Kathryn) of Seattle Washington, Norman "Butch" (Florence) of Odessa, Harold "Pete" (Bea) of Ossio. He is also survived by two grandchildren, two step-grandchildren and one step great grandchild, one Salad, Fruited Jello Wednesday, July 28 Baked Chicken, Boiled Potatoes/Gravy, Buttered Beets, Sherbet, Whole Wheat Bread Thursday, July 29 Swiss Steak, Make-A-Head step great, great grandchild and many Potatoes, Cauliflower, Rice Pudding, nieces and nephews ........ Dinner Roll .................... Paul was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Ruby, three sisters and two brothers. His cremaines will be interned beside his wife in Renton, Washington. Prairie Five menu Reservations may be made by calling the Senior Center. When requesting a meal call the Senior Center the day prior to eating at 839- 3555 before 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 27 Beef Stew, Baking Powder Biscuit, Cottage Cheese with Peach Friday, July 30 Pork Roast, Mashed Potatos/Gravy, Scalloped Corn, Fruit Crisp/Topping, Rye Bread Monday, August 2 Meatballs/Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Wisconsin Blend Veg., Pudding/Topping, Whole Wheat Bread Tuesday, August 3 BBQ Ribs, Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Melon Cup, Rye Bread. !11 .... 11 RECYCLE: AS MUCH AS 86" OF HOUSEHOLD TRASH CAN BE RECYCLEDH .00ainnesotaValues. Nei 00d:x3rs. Good Friends. Coverage. 1993 Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Minnesota seniors know who they can trust. An old friend. A good neighbor. And when it comes to health cover- age, for sixty years they've relied on Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota. Blue Cross offers you a wide range of medi- care supplements, including their Basic Medicare Select Plan, Senior Gold. They offer the state's largest physician net- work, to help you keep the doctor you know and trust. Worldwide coverage that won't let you down when you travel. Paperless claims to keep your coverage simple. And special- ized senior service teams that are always there to help you with questions. It's coverage you can count on, all at an affordable price, too. For more information, contact the local agent listed below. H TOM OAKES 21 Southeast Second Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-2568 BlueG-'r( Blue$1eld of Minnesota A member of the Blue Crou and Blue Shield Allocletion, an lissoclallon or Independent Blue Cro end Blue Shield pla Beglstered marks of the Blue Crou an d Blue Shield AMoeletion 1999 INDEPENDENT Page 9b