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WINNERS in Ortonville's annual Couples golf tourney last Sunday are shown here. Left to right, from Championship to Ninth you see Bob and Rita Casura, James and Alice Ashwill, Ted and Linda Rosdahl, Val and Paula Rausch, Andy and Randi Reita Hancock, Mike and Julie Kassulke, Don and Barb Stoner, Don and Kai Logelin and Jordan and Gini Hickman. \\;  ......      j .... j  J WINNERS in Ortonville's annual Couples Golf tourney last Sunday are shown here. Left to right, from Championship to by couples, you see Steve and Genny Radermacher, Jerry and Mel Wiegman, Barb and Dick McMahon, John and Norma and Jean Skare, Dan and Pat Tillman, Larry and Karen Carlson, Gordon and Ruth Ann Gloege, Warren and Rose Hoglin (not and Betty McAIpine. iS in Ortonville's annual Couples golf tourney last Sunday are shown here. Left to right, from Championship to Ninth are Duane and Patti Streit, Harry Johnson and Lynn Hannula, Karl and Karen Ander, Arle and Norma Schlecht, Randy Terry and Judy Gere, Harry and Linda Host, Doug and Jayne Braun, John and Nancy Dykhoff and Bob and Jessie Cairns. news lone 839.2207 O'Neill home Kenney of and Steve. golfed at the and Marjorie n cousin present. They Washington, orth Dakota and Sts at the Jerry on Monday th in honor of a sister of ere Evelyn Iders, Clara Inga Olson and Christian Lantern Inn in July 20th. The Club from gathered 'le show from ted in the Casa Grande, AZ te Anderson of nOon luncheon and Alma July or a visit and reunion. a Northridge nnda's husband r Jan Olson Sharod and tevideo visited last for the Koch visited Paul of Minneapolis, and Eric, Reid '.e Beninga of a and Jerry and Fran at the Curtis WANT ADS and Mary Wildung home at Nassau last Sunday, July 19th. Mrs. Dorothy Cox of Fort Meyers, FL and her son Mac Cox of Ann Arbor, MI visited at Sena Scholberg's the 13th of July. While they were here, they visited many places of interest, Sena Scholberg's daughter Aljean Svendsgaard of St. Louis Park visited Sena Scholberg. Eleanor Bacon of Arizona and Alma Jorgenson visited at the Clarence and Inga Koeckeritz home Tuesday afternoon, July 21st. Harry and Lily Loeschke, Lillian Ninneman, Hilda Brehmer, and Clara Angerhofer and her son George helped Ann Marohi celebrate her birthday. Jerry and Alma Jorgenson, Curtis and Mary Wildung of Nassau and Eleanor Bacon of Arizona were Thursday, July 23rd guests at the Carol Asche home at Nassau. Tara Van Hout of Castle Rock, CO is visiting her grandparents Don and Arvene Van Hout and Oscar and Jane Streed. She is also spending time with other family members in Raymond, Willmar, Lake City and Lakeville. Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Schellberg and Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Mielitz were Wednesday evening coffee guests of Delores Goetsch. On Saturday, July 18th many descendants of the Lonergan family met for a picnic at Tom and Phyllis Schluter's home. They came from Morris, Donnelly, Andover, Edina, Rosemount, Lakeville, Bloomington and Apple Valley all of Minnesota. Two came from California. Twenty- eight people were in attendance. The lake was enjoyed with swimming and the pedal boat. They shared a lot of food and conversation. Forty people celebrated a 70th birthday for Phyllis Schluter on July 19th. Phyllis thanks everybody. High bridge players of the Friday afternoon bridge party at the Ortonville Senior Center were Jerry Jorgenson and Beth Moberg. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. BRING QUICK RESULTS! I School (Continued from page 1) The Kindergarten program had always been half days for many years, then last year the board had decided to try fill days on alternating days. "Kids at this age don't have the attention span for a full day of school yet," stated Beth Tinldenberg, whose daughter was in the alternating day Kindergarten last year. "They tend to get tired halfway through the day, and the schedule was difficult for children that age to understand." Tinklenberg also stated that there are few full day Kindergarten programs in the state, and with the half day program the children will develop a good routine for their remaining years in school. Additional salaries will need to be paid to support staff, who will be used for the nursing duties. Last year, the Kindergarten teacher was also the school nurse. She will be doing only nursing consulting this year while she is teaching. The Board felt the continuity of a full day was better than that of a half day for a child, stated Superintendent Jeff Taylor, and although the children are always the furst priority, there will also be cost savings to the district by going to full alternating days. He stated that the district saved about $17,000 on transportation with the alternating full day program last year. Following much discussion, the board decided to go with this compromised program for one year. "This will help us determine our course of action in coming years, and we plan to survey parents after this year to determine which schedule worked best," stated Elementary Principal Joel Stattelrnan. Stattelman also'stated that this seemed like a way to take into account the parents' decision as well as allowing the board more time to gather data on the matter. Council (C.cminued from page 1) stated Councilman George Elliot. Elwood Throndrud, concerned citizen, stated that he was in opposition to vacating the land since it belongs to the entire city and not a select few. 'The city needs this land as much as it does the golf course land and the city parks," he said. Judy Drewicke, member of the Ortonville Marina Corporation, said, "It would be foolish to go through all this and lose this property. We want new people and new money in the community, and I say let's just do it." Following the discussion, NORTHEAST ORTHOPAEDIC CENTER Serving N.E. South Dakota and Western Minnesota for 13 years IlllPll,_llilkl|lllll;t,11_,l II-''l Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Hospital. Call Lori Larson at 1-320-839-2502 for an appointment. WE NOW ACCEPT MEDICARE ASSIGNMENT (s0s) 2.zs30 or 1-800-658-4763 Mallard Pointe Business Park Watertown, SD Councilmen George Elliot and Ortonville Mayor Dave Ellingson voted for the vacation, while Council Members Butch Mittelstaedt, Bill Hynnek, Mary Gustafson and Dan Oakes cast dissenting votes, and Councilman Mel Rinke chose to abstain. When contacted later about the Marina Corporation's plans now that they will not be receiving the additional land, LaValle Berkner, one of the members of the corporation stated that everything should still be going ahead as planned. "The corporation will be demolishing the south building at the site in the next couple weeks, and we will have gas, concessions and rentals by next spring," he said. "What people didn't realize in this situation is that we would be paying an additional $1,000 per year to the city in taxes on top of the $4,000 we'll already be paying for the rest of the land if we would have gotten this additional property," Berkner said. In other business, the council accepted a quote for an additional $18,310 to Bergerson Caswell Inc. of Maple Plain for unexpected increases in the costs to cap wells in the two buildings at the Ortonville Marina site. In a letter from Bergerson Caswell, Tim Berquam, project manager stated that sealing procedures had changed from their criginal plan, and now include removal of unknown liner casings. Including the cost of the project to date, the well capping will possibly reach a total cost of $25,880. Also, $3,000 which had been set aside for the air show held during Ortonville's Cornfest celebration August 14-16 was instead deferred to the improvement project at Horseshoe Park, located along the dike road between Ortonville and Big Stone City, SD. Ellingson stated that the air show would not be happening this year due to scheduling conflicts, so the council had made the decision to instead use the funds to help improve the park. 128 register for flag drawing A total of 128 persons registered for the Flag drawing at the Republican booth during the 1998 Big Stone County Fair in Clinton last weekend. Jim Loeschke won the drawing for the United States flag, Mrs. Edwin Randall and Warren Schoen won liters of Pepsi. Republic candidates visiting the fair this year included Gen Olson, candidate for Lt. Governor md running mate of Governor candidate Norm Coleman, and Arlyle Danielson, candidate for House of Representatives in district 13B. "Thanks to the many persons who visited the Republican party booth at the fair this year," says Burton L. Nypen, Big Stone County Chair. Engaged Thomas and Marlene Henrich, Ortonville, announce the engagement of their son, Chad, to Kimberly Brunner, daughter of James and Kathy Brunner of Jamestown, ND. Chad is a graduate of Ortonville High School and received his degree in Civil Engineering from North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND. He is employed by Northern Technologies, an engineering firm in Fargo, ND. Kimberly is a graduate of Jamestown High School and is currently attending North Dakota State University pursuing her doctorate degree in Pharmacy. The couple are to be married this year on the 12th of September at the Basilica of St. James in Jamestown, ND. Amer. Cancer Soc. prize winners Prize winners at the American Cancer Society booth at the Big Stone county fair last weekend were the following: first prize went to Cindy Dahl of Clinton, second to Alvira Randall of Ortonville, third to Joan Vangsness of Clinton, fourth to Marie Grossman of Chokio, fifth to Linda Gere of Ortonville and sixth to Pat Radtke of Odessa. Thanks to the following volunteers who worked at the booth: Delores Strobel, Donna Leiferman, Carol Knutson, Vi Mehlhop, Ruth Hoernemann, Fran Fridgen, Florence Christenson, Betty Weinman, Beverly Jones, Ted Nelson, Audrey Wellendorf and Pat O'Neill. "Our Wlkliife and Fish" cannot survive unless our BELLINGHAM SUMMER RECREATION TEE BALL team is, from left to right in front, Jarett Haugen, Brandy Larson, Peter Barthey and Theresa Hoffman. In back are Isaac Mork, Randy Larson, Matthew Brehmer, Colin Brehmer, Barry Wellnitz and Jason Roggenbuck. Not pictured are Emily Weber and David Lee. The group is coached by Brian Haugen. My sincere thanks to the residents of Big Stone County for giving me the opportunity to serve as your county auditor since 1983. It is an honor to participate in the democratic process. At the general election on November 3rd, I will once again ask that you place your trust in me and place an "X" next to my name. Paid edverPt, prepared and paid for by the candidate on her own behalf. Rt. 1. Box 292, Ortonville, MN 56278 1998 !NDEPENDENT Page 7