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Collins-Giossi vows told Amanda Collins and Robert Giossi were united in marriage on July llth, 2002 at the United Methodist Church in Ortonville. The Reverend Carl Watkins officiated the wedding. Parents of the couple are Jim and Pat Collins of Ortonville and Wanda Giossi of Milbank and Allan Giossi of Milbank. The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father. Her dress had spaghetti straps and a beaded bodice. The full length skirl with a chapel length train was also beaded. She car- ried a cascading bouquet of white roses and white carnations with an accent of purple ribbon. Maid of Honor was Jennifer Giossi, sister in law of the groom. Bridesmaids were Jennifer Anderson and Megan Riley, both friends of the couple. Flower girl was Miranda Giossi, niece of the groom. Bestman was Allan Giossi JR., brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Eric Collins, brother of the bride and TJ Anderson, friend of the couple. Ringbearer was Jacob Hamman, nephew of the groom. Ushers were Jon Boomgaarden and John Paul Adelman, both friends of the couple. Organist was Sarah Miller, friend of the couple and the soloist was Nicole Jorgenson, cousin of the groom. Todd Olson, uncle of the bride took the pictures. A reception and dance was held at tiae. Big Stone Legion. Host and Hostess were Betty and Wayne Olson, aunt and uncle of the bride. Cake cut- ters were Joyce Hamman, cousin of the bride and Cathy Teske, friend of the bride. Twyla Hinneberg and Bev Kaufman, both friends of the bride and Brenda Scaggs, cousin of the bride helped serve the food. The bride and groom opened gifts on Friday, July 12th at the brides grandparents home. The bride and groom are both 2001 graduates of Ortonville High School. Amanda is attending Alexandria Vo- Tech and working at the Divine House in Ortonville. Bob is in the United States Marine Corp. and will be attending MOS School in Pensacola, FL for aviation operations. Letters to the editor-00 I I I II I II III I IIII I| To the Editor: , .... general public.., was not there-BUT -  : can you lmagme my dismay when (YKrOlv'xt;t; ................ -  TA FORE ebngittng of LOOKING TO THE FUTURE DRAFT COMPREHENSIVE PLAN JUNE 2002 twelve[ 12] members, representatives of the City Council,the Planning and zoning Commission, the Ortonville EDA and the Citizens of Ortonville, who were the people who put this all together, did NOT show up!!!!! In attendance were three persons, namely the City Administrator, the Project Co-ordinator and yours truly-- -need I say more other than "WAZZ UPT' Mel Ehlert CONCERNED CITIZEN Ortonville, Mn. Does this look familiar? This is the cover of a booklet that has been on the front desk at City Hall for every one to see and read. Now here is the ZINGER. A PUBLIC hearing was advertised in the local paper and on radio to take place at the City Offices on Tuesday the 23rd of July at 5:30 PM. Now I have an idea why the PRINTING Is Our Business 'THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT ORTONVILLE, MN iiiiiiii 00iiiiNii00iii!i!ii!!iiii:iiiii Ch00ekRO00t00 HOURS: Mon.-FrL 8AM-5:30PM; Sat. 8AM-SPM PHONE (320) 839-2653 !:iiiii00!iiiiiiiiiii00i00i00!ii00iiiii i:ii:::.-::!:: ................... ::.;:: ........... ::7::i:i::-:-:--::il  BEEF BUNDLES PORK BUNDLE 50 LB. $98.95 25 LB. $49.95 20 LB. $34.95 Pioneer's Own - Per I..13. COUNTRY RING -- SAUSAGE ............... 002,79 LOCALLY GROWN BEEF - Per Lb. QUARTERS d OR SLOES ............... ; 1.49 LOCALLY GROWN PORK - Per Lb. HALF A HOG ................. 89 Per Lb. DELl HAM ................ .U 1/8, 1/4 OR 1/2 - Fresh from the J&L Bison Ranch Buffalo Meat For Sale- $1.00 per lb. Page 10 Letters to the editor Helgeson-Olson Equal to federally inspected plant. Market your beef and pork anywhere/ I I II To theEditor: Fascist countries had a not- A name often means the opposite, elected "grand council" to legislate. A tall man is "shorty", an obese mal Communist countries had a not- is "slim '. A dictatorship is aX.,lected 'politburu" to legislate. "democratic republic". A republic lic "'Are we making the Supreme has no king. Court into a not-elected legislature? But the political party that calls itself "Republican" chose a presidential candidate whose father had been president. Democrats say we should call it the "notRepublican Party". A democracy is a country where the people rule, usually through elected representatives. But the "Democratic Party" insists that the not-elected Supreme Court should rule by declaring "unconstitutional" regardless of what the Constitution says. Is it the "notDemocratic Party"? When members of that party seek election, we should ask them if they want legislative power for not-elected people? Do they want to avoid controversial decisions so they can be elected forever? l ln Memoriam ] I I I| IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Mark Todd Maas, who passed away 37 sad years ago, Aug. 1, 1965. As we loved him, so we miss him, In our memory he is near. Loved, remembered, longed for always, Bringing back a silent tear. We cannot, Lord, Thy purpose see, But all is well that's done by Thee. Sadly missed by his parents, brothers and sisters, Carl and Arlene Maas and family 27-1 IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our mother Clara L. Johnson, who passed away one year ago on July 28, 2001. WE WILL SHARE ETERNITY My mother is a treasure That I carry in my heart, Her memory is safely kept within, All the love she spent on me Is held in sweet reserve. Every kiss and every touch and every precious grin. 1'11 miss the many things she was, The special things she-did. Each one will be remembered Gratefully. Though I will miss her through the years, I'm comforted to know, She's with her Lord. We'll meet again and share eternity. Sadly missed by her loving family, Mrs. Everett Bremseth and family, Mrs. Junior Johnson and family, James, Yvonne and Richard Lund, Craig Johnson, John and Debbie Jenderseck family, Art and Dawn Shelstad family 27-1 Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank all of you for the comfort and support you all gave us during the loss of our son Mason. We are very happy to see he touched your hearts. The time he spent with us was wonderful and we know we will never forget him. We are very grateful to all of you for being there for us and we hold all of you in our hearts. We thank God for the wonderful people in our commu- nity. God bless you all. Chad and Jill Swihart 27-1 and families The "notDemocratic Party" will "Bork" any judicial appointee who believes legislating is not the Court's job. Just before Hitler, "Adultery was openly extolled in countless films, novels and hit songs" in Germany. "Expressionism totally rejected standards." Weimar, A Cultural History" by Walter Laqueur. Hitler proclaimed himself a "strong man" to prevent destruction of Germany from within. When Russians were subdued by Lenin's "free sex", Lenin proclaimed "freedom of sex" instead. Free sex was destroying Russia. Do "liberals" insist on legislation by courts for establishing abortion-on-demand to protect free sex? Without God or standards of conduct, a people unable to rule themselves will be ruled by a "strong man", a Hitler or a Stalin "man of steel". Wesley Olson Box 142 Clinton MN 56225 To the Editor: My name is Joann Marie Jones. As a child I was born here in Ortonville. Growing up I swam daily in the Big Stone Lake-from the pier. Played in the sand on the beach. Now I come back after 50 years, to a mess that shouldn't be. The peer is covered in bird droppings so deep. I request the Mayor of Ortonville, please take a walk down and crawl thru on your hands and knees, if you can, thru bird droppings so deep you'd be sick. Then try to swim in the water if you can get to it, thru the sea weed thick over your knees. I want a slide and sand there in the water in two weeks. Fully loaded beach with clean deep sand. Safe enough so you and your entire family can swim there. Signed Joann Hanson Ortonville Too late to classify I I II HELP WANTED at Pioneer Meat Market. Beef cutting and butchering. Talk to Dale at Pioneer in Ortonville, 320-839-2653. 27-TF* CARD OF THANKS We, the family of Geneva Gicse, thank you for your many acts of kind- ness at the time of her death. We greatly appreciate your prayers, words of comfort, flowers, cards, memorials and food brought to our homes. Thanks to Cindy, Peggy, Carol and Dr. Huntington from Hospice for all your help. A special thank you to the staff at Northridge for the years of good care Morn received and to Dr. Robert Ross. Thank you to the ladies of Artichoke Lake Baptist Church and New Life Community Baptist Church for the lunch prepared and served at the funeral. Thanks to Isaiah and Linda from Larson Funeral Home. Thanks to Pastor Robert Gravley for his mes- sage and comfort and to those who shared memories and provided music. God bless all of you. Jan and Ken Kirschhanm and family, Dan and Carol Giese and fanly, Aden Giese and family, Joan and William Clifton and family 27-1 Mrs. Ann Helgeson and the late Clarence Helgeson announce the mar- riage of their daughter Leona Kay Helgeson of Roseville, to David Ray Olson of Shoreview. The wedding ceremony was held at 6:30 pm on Friday, June 21st at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Roseviile, followed by a reception dinner and dance at the Holiday Inn, St Paul North. The couple was attended by matron of honor, Lois Peterson, sister of the bride and best man John Fairchild-Ehm, friend of the groom. Other honor attendants included nieces of the bride: Bessie Peterson, Becky Helgeson, Sally Helgeson, Barb Helgeson, Kaylee Helgeson, Kara Helgeson and grandchildren of the groom: Megan Kutney, and Joshua Kutney, the ring bearer. Larry Helgeson, brother of the bride, escorted Leona down the aisle. present in Clarence Ruth Olson. Two speci were also lit, late wife Leona's Skluzacek. Vocalists were Bill friends of "Cherish the Lord's Ellie bride, played sional and shore returned to theft Leona is an FCB in St. house manager Arden Hills. 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Thanks a lot to the many volunteers who 'manned' the fair booth during the Fair and to those who sold tickets for the 27-1 Ortonville-Graceville Computer Sales & Service Wireless Internet ate's Net Your Intemet Provider - email: lori@nate'snet.com 325 S. Main Milbank, SD * 605-432-1222 00INDEPENDENT