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Area news digest NEW EFFINGTON-On Friday, July 18, 2003 at approximately 12:35 p.m., a male individual entered the Dacotah Bank in New Effington and robbed bank personnel at gunpoint. The suspect was described as a man, 5'8" to 6' tall, of medium build and dressed in dark clothing. The man was armed with a long gun, possibly a shotgun. There were two employees and one customer inside the bank wheh the robbery occurred. The suspect demanded money from the employees and the teller complied. He then took the money and left the bank. The suspect left New Effington in a late model '95-'97 Chevy Monte Carlo. The car was white with chrome custom wheels and tinted windows. WHEATON-Wheaton police officers foiled a downtown burglary attempt early Thursday morning. The incident started when Police Chief Michael Johannsen observed the individuals in the area of Dueber's Department Store at 2:11 a.m. He called Officer Jennifer Carlson, who lives downtown, for assistance. The officers then tried to apprehend the suspects on foot. Johannsen said they discovered burglary tools near the back door of Dueber's along with matching pry marks. Police were never able to identify anyone. GRANITE FAl.L-Karen Henning of Granite Falls is in the finals of the "Million Dollar Idea" television show that aired on Channel 45. She and her husband, Doug, own Cedar Valley Foods, which produces pasta and potato salad dressings from a recipe she developed. Contestants vie for a $40,000 prize and a package of marketing tools to help launch the winning product. Viewers call in or e-mail the show as to who they think has the million dollar idea. Big Stone City I Gaff Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Big Stone City senior citizens will be meeting at the Center Tuesday, Aug. 5th. Serving a potluck dinner at noon with business meeting at 1:00 p.m. and bingo and cards at 1:30. All seniors welcomed. Gale Matthews was among five ladies and the owner Elaine Hagerty at a ceramic session held at the Clay House of Big Stone on Wednesday evenings. Thomas Rausch and his father Mike Rausch went to a Boy Scout Camp, called Lewis and Clark Boy Scout Camp near Yankton, SD. What they did there was the boys worked for four days on activities to earn their scouting badges. They slept in tents, hiked, and ate in a mess hall with about seventy scouts. Everyone had a great time. Elmer and Charlotte Athey and family spent the week-end of July 18th camping at Lake Thompson in South Dakota. Barbara Johnson of Reno, NV; Mr. and Mrs. John Henry and son Terry of Phoenix, AZ; and Mr. and Mrs. David Kocker and their son Kalan of Los Stephanie's. Shirley Voeltz left Friday, July 18th and returned Wednesday, July 23rd. She visited her daughter Lori Lobas of Coralville, IA. Shirley helped her daughter with the new twins; while her husband was gone. Roger and Sis Torgerson had company over the week-end of July 18th. It was Mr. and Mrs. Kennith Torgerson from Lake Geneva, WI. Hazel Gibson of Beardsley was a coffee guest on Wednesday, July 23rd at the Ervin Herrmann's home. Mrs.Clara Zeek and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Christensen visited July 17th at Darwin and Carol Andreason's home of rural Odessa to help Darwin celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Wirkus visited Sunday afternoon, July 20th at the Clifford Christensen's home. Tuesday, July 22nd visitors at the home of John and Jerri Van Hout were Carol Knoll of Ortonviile and her daughter Valerie Knoll Zumwalt who is visiting here while her husband Jason is doing Air Force training for the airplane F-15C Eagel in Georgia. They will be next stationed in Oregon. Angeles, CA visited Adeline Sunday, July 20th visitors of Overberg. Terry .and Kalan are Blanche Westermeyer.wereJim and Adeline Ov6rberg'sgreat-grandsons. Mary Jane Imdieke' ad sther They arrivedbn Thhrday, July 17th Wesitmieyer aliofMelrbse''lso they and returnedh0roe on Tuesday, July visited with Blanche's company,which 22nd. Barbara, Adeline's daughter, is staying longer. On Sunday, July 20th Delores Bengtson attended a bridal shower of Kristin DeJong and Michael LOy Junior of Watertown at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Milbank. Delores Bengtson spent,the week- end of July 18th in Milbank at Sharon Weiber's and Shelia Opus and was Jeanette and Pat Minnahan, Eleanor P, avin, Jeanette Burns, Cheryl and Kennith Boogarrd, Cindy and Larry Hunt, Kenny and Candy Tracy, Debbie Underwood, and Allen Westermeyer. Monday, July 21st Norma Wotjalwicz and Ethel Doll visited Blanche Westermeyer. WANTED: volunteers and walkers Memory Walk '03 is scheduled for Sept. 13, 2003, 10 a.m.-noon at Lake Farley Park in Milbank, SD. Registration begins at i0 a.m., the Walk begins at 10:30 a.m. and the picnic and awards will be at 11:15 a.m. Volunteers may contribute in various ways - by helping with a planning committee, by forming a team, plan a fundraiser, by collecting pledges, etc. Put on your "Thinkin' Caps" and be CREATIVE!! Invite your friends and family! Challenge your neighbors and co-workers! Please, join in the fun ! For more information, please contact Rachael Lien at 839-4127 or Kim McCrea at 839-4112. "...and thank you for your support! !" Birthdays As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Tuesday, July 29 Mike Teske, Lance Cody Swezey, Darleen Bogenrief, Isaiah Streed, Mikala Ann J. Gimmestad, Joshua Nelson Wednesday, July 30 Kristen Ann Reisdorph, Tammi Teske, Bryan Shelstad, Nathan Harder, David Zeek, Alexander Paulson, Cyndi Schneck, Caleb Jacobson Thursday, July 31 David Jones, Tamra Jurgens, Fred Mack, Stacy Homan, Shawn Moudry, Kenneth Clark, Roman Karels, Jennifer Mueller, Marnie LaVoi, Katrina Erickson, Larry Brook, Lynette Athey, Jennifer Carlson, John Jackson Friday, Aug. 1 Jacob Michael Knoll, Nancy Schneck, Jan Eifealdt, Randy Marcus, Jim Hasslen, Rae Ann Thompson, Dustin Beachem, Alex Aesoph, Joan Ronglien Saturday, Aug. 2 Allen Pearson, Sharon Carlson, Matthew Carlson, Larry Helgeson, Suzanne Gere Pansch, Tony Eckstein, Scott Anderson, Norma Frevert, Jerry Parker Sunday, Aug. 3 Cathy Karels, Tehia Rawleigh ' Knoll, Teresa Rawleigh Jackson, Nick Hegge, Pat Taffe, Jason Fraasch, Ron Wester, Jody Biever, Susan Minahan Borgerson, Tyler Stephen Sis, Teresa Bursheim, Mary Jo Kanten Monday, Aug. 4 Kenrl Lee MTchelle Karges, Larry l'ehk'bv'ki, Si-. Brian '" Krueger, Kristi Schneck, Sa0dy = Barrett, Doug Olson, Phillip Lundberg, 'George Lundberg, Vera Lee Ehlebracht, Carol Lee Dikstaal Tuesday, Aug. 5 Gordon Gloege, John Adams, Mike Iverson, Elizabeth Erin Weekes, Daniel Schneck, Sue Anderson INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY Think of your Website as a billboard. Wouldn't you want it located at the busiest intersection in the Ortonville area? The Value of Keeping it Local The ortonvilleindependent.com deliv- ers what online users crave--news. But not just any news, it's news about Our community. No one else on the entire World Wide Web delivers the local news, local sports, local events, local photos, local information and advertising like we do. When people search the web to find out what's happening in the Or- tonville area they look to the lnde- pendenrs online edition, ortonvillein- dependent.com Traffic: The Competitive Advantage Because we offer flesh news, our online readers keep coming back and . they read an average of four pages of the online edition. The ortonvilleindependent.com is reg- istered on over 200 search engines and updated monthly. Because "we get found", this community that we serve also gets promoted. You too can reach the world by adver- tising locally. Gain the advantage of the Independenrs high traffic and loyal readers; advertise your website on our website. Find out more--call today, but hurry ad space is limited. www.ortonvilleindependent.com WEB TRENDS for SEPTEMBER 2002: EnUre Site Hits 72,684 Average Nits Per Day 2,422 Page Vlawl 12,7"41 Visitorl 2,399 And growing! Ortonville Independent (320) 839-6163 (l00)Go00 FBUt Not In 1783, the Montgolfier Brothers launched the first hot-air balloon, raising the possibility of transoceanic travel by air, rather than by sea. In 193o, Frances Perkins, the first woman to serve in a presidential cabinet, vented her feelings about smoking in an article in the New Republic, "The most common cause of fire of all classes in the United States is cigarettes." In 1966, last-place ABC (ltoly Ratings Book/) launched the half-serious, half-camp TV series =Barman," starring (ka-POW!) Adam West in the rifle role. The show lasted just two seasons. coo Le 0netoa In 1494, two years after ColumbUS in America, the Treaty divided the non-Christian Spain and Portugal. Spain got the better deal gaining while Portugal E00I"EIlIM LUMBER AND STEEL WESTERN BUILDING SYSTEMS P.O. Box 552, Milbank, South Dakota 57252 Phone:l-605-432-5962 - Call Day or Evening POST-FRAME STUD-FRAME ALL-STEEL Western Building Systems - Since 1974 [--] Garages [-7 Storage Buildings I--I Machine Centers Hay Sheds ', , [--] Livestock Barns ["7 Horse Barns Riding Arenas ["7 Insulated Shop Buildings ["7 Grain Storage I--] Retail Office I--I Warehousing ........ D '" .... , Bt ........... ; LeaT.., ........... I--] Storm Damage Repair -I Call for your FREE Western Lumber & Steel Office and Located 6 South, 1 East 1/2 South from ORTONVILLE SENIOR CENTER :-;: .;:-- .;';L-,, AUGUST 2003 HOURS: 8:30 TO 4:30 PHONE: 839-3555 COME UP FOR A HOT, DELICIOUS NOON MEAL-YOU'LL BE IN GOOD COMPANY! Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday **PLEASE NOTE: THE SENIOR CLUB POTLUCK WILL BE HELD ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 3. **Come up for a fun afternoon of music with Evern Danielson & Nash Perrine on Wed., Aug. 13, and stay for a special lunch at our "The Summer's Last Harrah" Party. **The 55-Alive 8-Hour Class will be held Wed., and Thurs., August 20 &21. Please call to reserve your place in the class. : 15 AM Coffee Oam Exercise 12N DINNER 12:50 Bridge Spaghetti W/ MeatbaUs, Carrots 3 Senior Club Potluck 2:30 Cards & SocLaUzing 5pro Supper Bring a dish to share and your own dinnerware. 10 Ortonville Cornfest 4 ) 4 9am Quilling 9:15 AM Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER 12:30 to lpm-- BP Check 1 pm Ca/xls 7pra City Council Braised Pork Choj 11 9am Quilt Group 9:15 AM Coffee I Oam Exercise 12N DINNER lpm Cards Braised Pork Chop, Sweet Potatoes, Pudding 18 )am Quilt Group 9:15 AM Coffee l Oam Exercise I pm Cards 7pro City Council Meeting Baked Fish, Pot., leas 'n 5 9: i 5 AM Coffee ]6: 9:30 Senior Board 15 AJVI Cof fee Meeting [10am Exercise 10am Exercise IZN DINNER I12N DINNER 12N Kiwanis Mtg. II:l 5 Movie: ms e Saked Chicken, whist I Noodles/Gracy ' 6:30 Alanon/SpmRoast Beef AA i Lcttuce/lnaltl a 13 Salad 12 9:15 AMCoffee 9-11amBeltor=Zep. :15 AM Coffee mtr  i!Oam Exercise loam Exerc ii:30 "The I 2N DINNER 1Z N Kiward5 Mitldlg lulnnler$ :3o 8tGO Harrahl" Party- 6:30 Alanon/gpm AA Music & Goodies 13'ressing/Gr=vy ' Glazed Ham, Beets, Castard i Scalloped Potato 19 9:]SAMCoffee 20 9:15 AM Coffee loam Exercise ;lOam Exercise 12N DINNER 12N DINNERx 12NKiwanMeefing il:l 5 Cards-'500' I:15 Whist '1:30 Senior Club :30Alanore8pmAA ! Meethng 6-10 55-Alive Build-a-Burger, : 8-hour el,ass pot. Oups, Baked Chicken Breast Z5 E6 9:mlcoffee 27 )am Quilt Group 10am Exerctse 9:15 AM Coffee ): 15 AM Coffee IZN OINNI lOam Exercise loam Exercise il 2N Kiwants Meeting 12N DINNER 1,1:30 Bio lpm Cards 6:30Alanon/SpmAA 1:15 -'500' Country Style itil, Beef Roast, Swiss Steak, Boiled Potatoes, M. Potato, I Seasoned M. Satmt, Wax llms, Potato, Corn, [ Apple Delt't 7 9:15 AM Coffee l Oam Exercise 12N DINNER 1:15 Pinochle H Sk, Baked POt., k strut, Apple Cobbler 14 k: l 5 AM Coffee loam Exercise 12N DINNER 1:15 Pinochle Salmon Loaf, Pot. w/Creamed Peas, Pudding Z1 9:15 AM Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER 1:15 Pinochle 6-10 ln 55-Alive 8-hour class Meat Croissant Vegetable Salad Coffee Exercise 12N DINNER 15 AM Coffee 10am Exerdse lZN DINNEg 12:50 Bridge aQ ibs, Pot., Veg. Salad Z2 9:15 AM Coff l 0am Exe,-'ise I2N DINNER 12:50 Bridge Inel- Pork0000 M. Potat Gravy, Squ,tslt 28 Z9 9:15 AM Coffee 9:15 AM Co ffec 10am Exercise !lOam Exerci 12N DINNER !IZN DINNI 1:15 Pinochle i12:50 Bridge . i T,, S,,, BBQ Chicken, ) Tomato Wed5 e's Potato Salad, Fruit Clip, Beans, Ice Dinner gob Cream HOW MANY WAYS CAN YOU ENJOY YOUR SENIOR *Enjoy o greet meol with others for a suggested donafloe *Join the Senior Oub-they ntt evew 3rd Wednesdf at *Join in o fun Card G4me--WMst, '500". Pinehie, *Shoot Pool at our Pool Td-uu our s or bri.g *Enoy slciol ewnts-tud laueinws and fun Page 2b INDEPENDENT TuesdaY' Area news digest NEW EFFINGTON-On Friday, July 18, 2003 at approximately 12:35 p.m., a male individual entered the Dacotah Bank in New Effington and robbed bank personnel at gunpoint. The suspect was described as a man, 5'8" to 6' tall, of medium build and dressed in dark clothing. The man was armed with a long gun, possibly a shotgun. There were two employees and one customer inside the bank wheh the robbery occurred. The suspect demanded money from the employees and the teller complied. He then took the money and left the bank. The suspect left New Effington in a late model '95-'97 Chevy Monte Carlo. The car was white with chrome custom wheels and tinted windows. WHEATON-Wheaton police officers foiled a downtown burglary attempt early Thursday morning. The incident started when Police Chief Michael Johannsen observed the individuals in the area of Dueber's Department Store at 2:11 a.m. He called Officer Jennifer Carlson, who lives downtown, for assistance. The officers then tried to apprehend the suspects on foot. Johannsen said they discovered burglary tools near the back door of Dueber's along with matching pry marks. Police were never able to identify anyone. GRANITE FAl.L-Karen Henning of Granite Falls is in the finals of the "Million Dollar Idea" television show that aired on Channel 45. She and her husband, Doug, own Cedar Valley Foods, which produces pasta and potato salad dressings from a recipe she developed. Contestants vie for a $40,000 prize and a package of marketing tools to help launch the winning product. Viewers call in or e-mail the show as to who they think has the million dollar idea. Big Stone City I Gaff Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Big Stone City senior citizens will be meeting at the Center Tuesday, Aug. 5th. Serving a potluck dinner at noon with business meeting at 1:00 p.m. and bingo and cards at 1:30. All seniors welcomed. Gale Matthews was among five ladies and the owner Elaine Hagerty at a ceramic session held at the Clay House of Big Stone on Wednesday evenings. Thomas Rausch and his father Mike Rausch went to a Boy Scout Camp, called Lewis and Clark Boy Scout Camp near Yankton, SD. What they did there was the boys worked for four days on activities to earn their scouting badges. They slept in tents, hiked, and ate in a mess hall with about seventy scouts. Everyone had a great time. Elmer and Charlotte Athey and family spent the week-end of July 18th camping at Lake Thompson in South Dakota. Barbara Johnson of Reno, NV; Mr. and Mrs. John Henry and son Terry of Phoenix, AZ; and Mr. and Mrs. David Kocker and their son Kalan of Los Stephanie's. Shirley Voeltz left Friday, July 18th and returned Wednesday, July 23rd. She visited her daughter Lori Lobas of Coralville, IA. Shirley helped her daughter with the new twins; while her husband was gone. Roger and Sis Torgerson had company over the week-end of July 18th. It was Mr. and Mrs. Kennith Torgerson from Lake Geneva, WI. Hazel Gibson of Beardsley was a coffee guest on Wednesday, July 23rd at the Ervin Herrmann's home. Mrs.Clara Zeek and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Christensen visited July 17th at Darwin and Carol Andreason's home of rural Odessa to help Darwin celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Wirkus visited Sunday afternoon, July 20th at the Clifford Christensen's home. Tuesday, July 22nd visitors at the home of John and Jerri Van Hout were Carol Knoll of Ortonviile and her daughter Valerie Knoll Zumwalt who is visiting here while her husband Jason is doing Air Force training for the airplane F-15C Eagel in Georgia. They will be next stationed in Oregon. Angeles, CA visited Adeline Sunday, July 20th visitors of Overberg. Terry .and Kalan are Blanche Westermeyer.wereJim and Adeline Ov6rberg'sgreat-grandsons. Mary Jane Imdieke' ad sther They arrivedbn Thhrday, July 17th Wesitmieyer aliofMelrbse''lso they and returnedh0roe on Tuesday, July visited with Blanche's company,which 22nd. Barbara, Adeline's daughter, is staying longer. On Sunday, July 20th Delores Bengtson attended a bridal shower of Kristin DeJong and Michael LOy Junior of Watertown at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Milbank. Delores Bengtson spent,the week- end of July 18th in Milbank at Sharon Weiber's and Shelia Opus and was Jeanette and Pat Minnahan, Eleanor P, avin, Jeanette Burns, Cheryl and Kennith Boogarrd, Cindy and Larry Hunt, Kenny and Candy Tracy, Debbie Underwood, and Allen Westermeyer. Monday, July 21st Norma Wotjalwicz and Ethel Doll visited Blanche Westermeyer. WANTED: volunteers and walkers Memory Walk '03 is scheduled for Sept. 13, 2003, 10 a.m.-noon at Lake Farley Park in Milbank, SD. Registration begins at i0 a.m., the Walk begins at 10:30 a.m. and the picnic and awards will be at 11:15 a.m. Volunteers may contribute in various ways - by helping with a planning committee, by forming a team, plan a fundraiser, by collecting pledges, etc. Put on your "Thinkin' Caps" and be CREATIVE!! Invite your friends and family! Challenge your neighbors and co-workers! Please, join in the fun ! For more information, please contact Rachael Lien at 839-4127 or Kim McCrea at 839-4112. "...and thank you for your support! !" Birthdays As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Tuesday, July 29 Mike Teske, Lance Cody Swezey, Darleen Bogenrief, Isaiah Streed, Mikala Ann J. Gimmestad, Joshua Nelson Wednesday, July 30 Kristen Ann Reisdorph, Tammi Teske, Bryan Shelstad, Nathan Harder, David Zeek, Alexander Paulson, Cyndi Schneck, Caleb Jacobson Thursday, July 31 David Jones, Tamra Jurgens, Fred Mack, Stacy Homan, Shawn Moudry, Kenneth Clark, Roman Karels, Jennifer Mueller, Marnie LaVoi, Katrina Erickson, Larry Brook, Lynette Athey, Jennifer Carlson, John Jackson Friday, Aug. 1 Jacob Michael Knoll, Nancy Schneck, Jan Eifealdt, Randy Marcus, Jim Hasslen, Rae Ann Thompson, Dustin Beachem, Alex Aesoph, Joan Ronglien Saturday, Aug. 2 Allen Pearson, Sharon Carlson, Matthew Carlson, Larry Helgeson, Suzanne Gere Pansch, Tony Eckstein, Scott Anderson, Norma Frevert, Jerry Parker Sunday, Aug. 3 Cathy Karels, Tehia Rawleigh ' Knoll, Teresa Rawleigh Jackson, Nick Hegge, Pat Taffe, Jason Fraasch, Ron Wester, Jody Biever, Susan Minahan Borgerson, Tyler Stephen Sis, Teresa Bursheim, Mary Jo Kanten Monday, Aug. 4 Kenrl Lee MTchelle Karges, Larry l'ehk'bv'ki, Si-. Brian '" Krueger, Kristi Schneck, Sa0dy = Barrett, Doug Olson, Phillip Lundberg, 'George Lundberg, Vera Lee Ehlebracht, Carol Lee Dikstaal Tuesday, Aug. 5 Gordon Gloege, John Adams, Mike Iverson, Elizabeth Erin Weekes, Daniel Schneck, Sue Anderson INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY Think of your Website as a billboard. Wouldn't you want it located at the busiest intersection in the Ortonville area? The Value of Keeping it Local The ortonvilleindependent.com deliv- ers what online users crave--news. But not just any news, it's news about Our community. No one else on the entire World Wide Web delivers the local news, local sports, local events, local photos, local information and advertising like we do. When people search the web to find out what's happening in the Or- tonville area they look to the lnde- pendenrs online edition, ortonvillein- dependent.com Traffic: The Competitive Advantage Because we offer flesh news, our online readers keep coming back and . they read an average of four pages of the online edition. The ortonvilleindependent.com is reg- istered on over 200 search engines and updated monthly. Because "we get found", this community that we serve also gets promoted. You too can reach the world by adver- tising locally. Gain the advantage of the Independenrs high traffic and loyal readers; advertise your website on our website. Find out more--call today, but hurry ad space is limited. www.ortonvilleindependent.com WEB TRENDS for SEPTEMBER 2002: EnUre Site Hits 72,684 Average Nits Per Day 2,422 Page Vlawl 12,7"41 Visitorl 2,399 And growing! Ortonville Independent (320) 839-6163 (l00)Go00 FBUt Not In 1783, the Montgolfier Brothers launched the first hot-air balloon, raising the possibility of transoceanic travel by air, rather than by sea. In 193o, Frances Perkins, the first woman to serve in a presidential cabinet, vented her feelings about smoking in an article in the New Republic, "The most common cause of fire of all classes in the United States is cigarettes." In 1966, last-place ABC (ltoly Ratings Book/) launched the half-serious, half-camp TV series =Barman," starring (ka-POW!) Adam West in the rifle role. The show lasted just two seasons. coo Le 0netoa In 1494, two years after ColumbUS in America, the Treaty divided the non-Christian Spain and Portugal. Spain got the better deal gaining while Portugal E00I"EIlIM LUMBER AND STEEL WESTERN BUILDING SYSTEMS P.O. Box 552, Milbank, South Dakota 57252 Phone:l-605-432-5962 - Call Day or Evening POST-FRAME STUD-FRAME ALL-STEEL Western Building Systems - Since 1974 [--] Garages [-7 Storage Buildings I--I Machine Centers Hay Sheds ', , [--] Livestock Barns ["7 Horse Barns Riding Arenas ["7 Insulated Shop Buildings ["7 Grain Storage I--] Retail Office I--I Warehousing ........ D '" .... , Bt ........... ; LeaT.., ........... I--] Storm Damage Repair -I Call for your FREE Western Lumber & Steel Office and Located 6 South, 1 East 1/2 South from ORTONVILLE SENIOR CENTER :-;: .;:-- .;';L-,, AUGUST 2003 HOURS: 8:30 TO 4:30 PHONE: 839-3555 COME UP FOR A HOT, DELICIOUS NOON MEAL-YOU'LL BE IN GOOD COMPANY! Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday **PLEASE NOTE: THE SENIOR CLUB POTLUCK WILL BE HELD ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 3. **Come up for a fun afternoon of music with Evern Danielson & Nash Perrine on Wed., Aug. 13, and stay for a special lunch at our "The Summer's Last Harrah" Party. **The 55-Alive 8-Hour Class will be held Wed., and Thurs., August 20 &21. Please call to reserve your place in the class. : 15 AM Coffee Oam Exercise 12N DINNER 12:50 Bridge Spaghetti W/ MeatbaUs, Carrots 3 Senior Club Potluck 2:30 Cards & SocLaUzing 5pro Supper Bring a dish to share and your own dinnerware. 10 Ortonville Cornfest 4 ) 4 9am Quilling 9:15 AM Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER 12:30 to lpm-- BP Check 1 pm Ca/xls 7pra City Council Braised Pork Choj 11 9am Quilt Group 9:15 AM Coffee I Oam Exercise 12N DINNER lpm Cards Braised Pork Chop, Sweet Potatoes, Pudding 18 )am Quilt Group 9:15 AM Coffee l Oam Exercise I pm Cards 7pro City Council Meeting Baked Fish, Pot., leas 'n 5 9: i 5 AM Coffee ]6: 9:30 Senior Board 15 AJVI Cof fee Meeting [10am Exercise 10am Exercise IZN DINNER I12N DINNER 12N Kiwanis Mtg. II:l 5 Movie: ms e Saked Chicken, whist I Noodles/Gracy ' 6:30 Alanon/SpmRoast Beef AA i Lcttuce/lnaltl a 13 Salad 12 9:15 AMCoffee 9-11amBeltor=Zep. :15 AM Coffee mtr  i!Oam Exercise loam Exerc ii:30 "The I 2N DINNER 1Z N Kiward5 Mitldlg lulnnler$ :3o 8tGO Harrahl" Party- 6:30 Alanon/gpm AA Music & Goodies 13'ressing/Gr=vy ' Glazed Ham, Beets, Castard i Scalloped Potato 19 9:]SAMCoffee 20 9:15 AM Coffee loam Exercise ;lOam Exercise 12N DINNER 12N DINNERx 12NKiwanMeefing il:l 5 Cards-'500' I:15 Whist '1:30 Senior Club :30Alanore8pmAA ! Meethng 6-10 55-Alive Build-a-Burger, : 8-hour el,ass pot. Oups, Baked Chicken Breast Z5 E6 9:mlcoffee 27 )am Quilt Group 10am Exerctse 9:15 AM Coffee ): 15 AM Coffee IZN OINNI lOam Exercise loam Exercise il 2N Kiwants Meeting 12N DINNER 1,1:30 Bio lpm Cards 6:30Alanon/SpmAA 1:15 -'500' Country Style itil, Beef Roast, Swiss Steak, Boiled Potatoes, M. Potato, I Seasoned M. Satmt, Wax llms, Potato, Corn, [ Apple Delt't 7 9:15 AM Coffee l Oam Exercise 12N DINNER 1:15 Pinochle H Sk, Baked POt., k strut, Apple Cobbler 14 k: l 5 AM Coffee loam Exercise 12N DINNER 1:15 Pinochle Salmon Loaf, Pot. w/Creamed Peas, Pudding Z1 9:15 AM Coffee 10am Exercise 12N DINNER 1:15 Pinochle 6-10 ln 55-Alive 8-hour class Meat Croissant Vegetable Salad Coffee Exercise 12N DINNER 15 AM Coffee 10am Exerdse lZN DINNEg 12:50 Bridge aQ ibs, Pot., Veg. Salad Z2 9:15 AM Coff l 0am Exe,-'ise I2N DINNER 12:50 Bridge Inel- Pork0000 M. Potat Gravy, Squ,tslt 28 Z9 9:15 AM Coffee 9:15 AM Co ffec 10am Exercise !lOam Exerci 12N DINNER !IZN DINNI 1:15 Pinochle i12:50 Bridge . i T,, S,,, BBQ Chicken, ) Tomato Wed5 e's Potato Salad, Fruit Clip, Beans, Ice Dinner gob Cream HOW MANY WAYS CAN YOU ENJOY YOUR SENIOR *Enjoy o greet meol with others for a suggested donafloe *Join the Senior Oub-they ntt evew 3rd Wednesdf at *Join in o fun Card G4me--WMst, '500". Pinehie, *Shoot Pool at our Pool Td-uu our s or bri.g *Enoy slciol ewnts-tud laueinws and fun Page 2b INDEPENDENT TuesdaY'