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TALK to her turtle during Saturday's turtle races, a Wollschlager of Clear Lake is pictured above. hter of Ortonviile's Jane and Ken Kirschbaum. Monday, SQpt. 8th Z :OO - 6:00 PH news Schwarze on Saturday, Aug. 9th and Emma was a overnight guest of Frieda. They enjoyed the Train Fest in Milbank on Saturday, Frieda brought Emma back home on Sunday evening. Wednesday, Aug. 13th Emma Schwarze had company all day. It was Victor Strube from Arizona. Week-end visitors at Ruth and Arthur Hoernemann's were Diane and John Van Derrindonk from the Cities. Sunday, Aug. 10th dinner guests of Art and Ruth Hoernemann were Bruce Hoernemann and family and Diane and John. Joe and Dorothy Coubal attended a family reunion at Harold and Barb Larson's cabin at Lake Minnewaska on Saturday, Aug. 9th and Sunday, Aug. lOth. It was a potluck for Saturday and Sunday. There were about 60 people there. They had a bean bag tournament going. Atley Holmquist from Lovegrin's Wood Shore died. His funeral was Wednesday, Aug. 13th in Webster. Carlene Wittnebel visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Monday, Aug. llth. Wednesday, Aug. 13th Agatha Hanson and her daughter and granddaughter visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Kathy Gilsdorf and her sister Carol Snyder have been together for a week visiting friends and relatives. Todd Stolpman and family visited Urban and Ludie Stolpman on their way back from Yellowstone. Relatives from the Twin Cities area visited Urban and Ludie Stolpman over the week-end. Lauretta Mielitz spent Sunday afternoon, Aug. 10th with Lillian Ninneman. Monday, Aug. 1 lth Viola Sherman from Benson visited Lillian Ninneman. Wednesday, Aug. 13th Lillian Ninneman went to the Ortonviile Senior Center to hear Everme Danielson and Mr. Perrine's music. There was a big crowd. The music was very good. Wednesday, Aug. 13th Lucille Miller and Delores Karels went to the Ortonville Senior Center where Mr. Danielson and Mr. Perrine provided the music. It was called the Summer Last Hurrah Party. Shirley Heffernan, Idella Ross, Lorraine Schnaser, and Gladys Brehmer among others attended th6 baby shower of Krista McFarland on Saturday morning, Aug. 9th at the Art Lee farm. Brandon Brehmer and friends Mike Murfey and Dusty Corsons were Sunday evening, Aug. 10th visitors at the Gladys Brehmer's home. Gladys Brehmer and Lorraine Schnaser had noon lunch at the golf course country club on Wednesday, Aug. 13th. Glady s Brehmer and Lorraine Schnaser among others attended the . .snusical ent.ertainment of Mr. Danielson and Mr. Perrine at the Ortonville Senior Center on Wednesday, Aug. 13th. Carol Knoll and daughter Valerie Zumwalt traveled to Klamath Falls, 839-2207 4th visitors at were daughter of Lakeville, Nelson of Grand end Garrett Tome Kwait. He is Kelly and engaged. and daughters Florida visited from Monday, Aug. 7th. about 40 paddle boat, Herb Kludt lngs, CO visited for and Jean Berg. nd her daughter Pent the week-end Lake visiting Shari Connelly ona Montevideo '.nsen. Shari i's LSsa Johnson from Jensen on They are Alice Anderson visited Amanda. Jensen on Wednesday, Aug. 13th. Frieda Wellnitz got Emma D&L Photo 1-Hour Photo Processing Lab 307 Main St., Milbank 432-5222 Across from Pizza Ranch Advantix Processing Same Day - Next Day - Same Price oy S999 (2s exp) (without panoramics) Second set $2  Top 10 Reasons To Bring Your Film To D&L Photo 10. Copy Prints Done In-Store 9. Date & Negative Number on Back of Prints 8. Enlargements & Wallets 7. Same Day- Next Day Pricing 6. APS Processing In Store 5. Good Customer Club 4. Convenient Drop Box 3. 2nd Set Free Tuesdays 2. Competitive Pricing 1. Great Quality & Color! Full Service Car Care Center Offering minor to major mechanical work, oil changes as well as transmission repair and maintenance. PICK UP AND DELIVERY FREE ESTIMATES (320) 839-2911 Yordy Ill-Mechanic (at left) or 839"7197 - Service Manager (at right) 547 U.S. Hwy. 12 Ortonville, MN 56278 OR where Valerie and husband Jason will be moving in September. They also spent four days touring San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Karels were visitors at the Nick Karels home on Saturday, Aug. 9th. On Sunday, Aug. 10th Mr. and Mrs. Roman Karels were visitors at the AI Hooser's home in Lake Parks at their lake home. On Wednesday, Aug. 13th Mr. and Mrs. Roman Karels and Jason Helgeson were visitors at the St. William's Home to visit Roman's sisters niece Tessie of Ohio. Virginia Karels, Delores Karels, and Sally Roggenbuck went to the 90th birthday celebration of Bernice Albrecht at St. William's Home on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 10th. Todd and Sara Verheul, Ann Peterson and her daughter Phyllis, and Richard Verheul were supper guests Wednesday night, Aug. 13th at Vi Hansen's. A 80th birthday party was held for Syl Pinkert on Wednesday, Aug. 13th at Arlys Thompson's. Arlys and her daughter Lori Martinek of Willmar hosted the party. Several friends were there. An enjoyable afternoon was had by all. High bridge players at the Ortonville Senior Center Friday afternoon, Aug. 15th were Frank Zeek and Pearl Pederson. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. Jerry and Alma Jorgenson visited at the Bert and Vernon Longhenry's home on Sunday evening, Aug. 10th. CANDY KISSES AND HAPPY FACE were two of the clowns that were present as entertainment in Sunday's Cornfest Parade. According to Candy Kisses, the duo has been married for 29 years, and have been per- forming as clowns since the beginning of their marriage. ATTENTION! Big Stone County Residents Get Your Household Hazardous Waste Out Of Stone County! Big Look in your kitchenl bathroom, garage... ONE DAY COLLECTION FiT NO COST! Bring rechargeable nickel-cadmium batteries, aerosols, oil and latex paints, household pesticides, automotive products, thinners, solvents, wood preservatives, acids, adhesives, stains, varnishes and bases to the Big Stone County Highway Department North Minnesota St. (across from athletic field) Ortonville, MN For Both Homeowners and Business Owners RETROFIT RECYCLING FOR THE COLLECTION OF fluorescent bulbs and ballasts, computers, printers, circuit boards, copiers, televisions, telephone equipment THERE IS A CHARGE TO RECYCLE THESE ITEMS. Cost is as follows: 4' and under Rurorescent Lamp .................... $0.59 Over 4' Fluorescent Lamp ............................. $0.63 Shatter - Shield Lamp ......... . ............ i. ........... $2.10 Lamp with built-in ballast ............................... $1.95 High Pressure Sodium ................................... $1.35 Metal Halide ................................................. $3.50 Mercury Vapor ............................................. $3.50 Compact Fluorscent ...................................... $0.72 Circular Fluorescent ...................................... $0.69 U-Shaped Fluorescent ................................... $0.69 Broken Fluorescents (per lb.) .......................... $2.46 Crushed Fluorescents (per lb.) ........................ $2.46 BALLAST RECYCLING- FII Incineration PCB Ballast (per lb.) ...................................... $1.25 Non/PCB (DEHP) Ballast (per lb.) .................. $0.75 COMPUTER RECYCLING Computer Monitors ..................................... $15.00 Equipment & Power Supplies (per lb.) ............ $1.25 Keyboards & Printers (per lb.) ....................... $095 Circuit Boards (per lb.) .................. ................. $0.89 Copiers (per Ib,) ............................................ $1.30 Telephone Equipment (per lb.) ...................... $1.20 Televisions under 35 pounds ....................... $15.00 Televisions/Stereos over 30 pounds (per lb.)...$1.10 For more information or to volunteer to help at the collection, call the Big Stone County Environmental Services Office at 839-3136. SPONSORED BY THE BIG STONE COUNTY HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE PROGRAM IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE MINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY. 19, 2003 INDEPENDENT Page 5b TALK to her turtle during Saturday's turtle races, a Wollschlager of Clear Lake is pictured above. hter of Ortonviile's Jane and Ken Kirschbaum. Monday, SQpt. 8th Z :OO - 6:00 PH news Schwarze on Saturday, Aug. 9th and Emma was a overnight guest of Frieda. They enjoyed the Train Fest in Milbank on Saturday, Frieda brought Emma back home on Sunday evening. Wednesday, Aug. 13th Emma Schwarze had company all day. It was Victor Strube from Arizona. Week-end visitors at Ruth and Arthur Hoernemann's were Diane and John Van Derrindonk from the Cities. Sunday, Aug. 10th dinner guests of Art and Ruth Hoernemann were Bruce Hoernemann and family and Diane and John. Joe and Dorothy Coubal attended a family reunion at Harold and Barb Larson's cabin at Lake Minnewaska on Saturday, Aug. 9th and Sunday, Aug. lOth. It was a potluck for Saturday and Sunday. There were about 60 people there. They had a bean bag tournament going. Atley Holmquist from Lovegrin's Wood Shore died. His funeral was Wednesday, Aug. 13th in Webster. Carlene Wittnebel visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Monday, Aug. llth. Wednesday, Aug. 13th Agatha Hanson and her daughter and granddaughter visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Kathy Gilsdorf and her sister Carol Snyder have been together for a week visiting friends and relatives. Todd Stolpman and family visited Urban and Ludie Stolpman on their way back from Yellowstone. Relatives from the Twin Cities area visited Urban and Ludie Stolpman over the week-end. Lauretta Mielitz spent Sunday afternoon, Aug. 10th with Lillian Ninneman. Monday, Aug. 1 lth Viola Sherman from Benson visited Lillian Ninneman. Wednesday, Aug. 13th Lillian Ninneman went to the Ortonviile Senior Center to hear Everme Danielson and Mr. Perrine's music. There was a big crowd. The music was very good. Wednesday, Aug. 13th Lucille Miller and Delores Karels went to the Ortonville Senior Center where Mr. Danielson and Mr. Perrine provided the music. It was called the Summer Last Hurrah Party. Shirley Heffernan, Idella Ross, Lorraine Schnaser, and Gladys Brehmer among others attended th6 baby shower of Krista McFarland on Saturday morning, Aug. 9th at the Art Lee farm. Brandon Brehmer and friends Mike Murfey and Dusty Corsons were Sunday evening, Aug. 10th visitors at the Gladys Brehmer's home. Gladys Brehmer and Lorraine Schnaser had noon lunch at the golf course country club on Wednesday, Aug. 13th. Glady s Brehmer and Lorraine Schnaser among others attended the . .snusical ent.ertainment of Mr. Danielson and Mr. Perrine at the Ortonville Senior Center on Wednesday, Aug. 13th. Carol Knoll and daughter Valerie Zumwalt traveled to Klamath Falls, 839-2207 4th visitors at were daughter of Lakeville, Nelson of Grand end Garrett Tome Kwait. He is Kelly and engaged. and daughters Florida visited from Monday, Aug. 7th. about 40 paddle boat, Herb Kludt lngs, CO visited for and Jean Berg. nd her daughter Pent the week-end Lake visiting Shari Connelly ona Montevideo '.nsen. Shari i's LSsa Johnson from Jensen on They are Alice Anderson visited Amanda. Jensen on Wednesday, Aug. 13th. Frieda Wellnitz got Emma D&L Photo 1-Hour Photo Processing Lab 307 Main St., Milbank 432-5222 Across from Pizza Ranch Advantix Processing Same Day - Next Day - Same Price oy S999 (2s exp) (without panoramics) Second set $2  Top 10 Reasons To Bring Your Film To D&L Photo 10. Copy Prints Done In-Store 9. Date & Negative Number on Back of Prints 8. Enlargements & Wallets 7. Same Day- Next Day Pricing 6. APS Processing In Store 5. Good Customer Club 4. Convenient Drop Box 3. 2nd Set Free Tuesdays 2. Competitive Pricing 1. Great Quality & Color! Full Service Car Care Center Offering minor to major mechanical work, oil changes as well as transmission repair and maintenance. PICK UP AND DELIVERY FREE ESTIMATES (320) 839-2911 Yordy Ill-Mechanic (at left) or 839"7197 - Service Manager (at right) 547 U.S. Hwy. 12 Ortonville, MN 56278 OR where Valerie and husband Jason will be moving in September. They also spent four days touring San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Karels were visitors at the Nick Karels home on Saturday, Aug. 9th. On Sunday, Aug. 10th Mr. and Mrs. Roman Karels were visitors at the AI Hooser's home in Lake Parks at their lake home. On Wednesday, Aug. 13th Mr. and Mrs. Roman Karels and Jason Helgeson were visitors at the St. William's Home to visit Roman's sisters niece Tessie of Ohio. Virginia Karels, Delores Karels, and Sally Roggenbuck went to the 90th birthday celebration of Bernice Albrecht at St. William's Home on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 10th. Todd and Sara Verheul, Ann Peterson and her daughter Phyllis, and Richard Verheul were supper guests Wednesday night, Aug. 13th at Vi Hansen's. A 80th birthday party was held for Syl Pinkert on Wednesday, Aug. 13th at Arlys Thompson's. Arlys and her daughter Lori Martinek of Willmar hosted the party. Several friends were there. An enjoyable afternoon was had by all. High bridge players at the Ortonville Senior Center Friday afternoon, Aug. 15th were Frank Zeek and Pearl Pederson. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. Jerry and Alma Jorgenson visited at the Bert and Vernon Longhenry's home on Sunday evening, Aug. 10th. CANDY KISSES AND HAPPY FACE were two of the clowns that were present as entertainment in Sunday's Cornfest Parade. According to Candy Kisses, the duo has been married for 29 years, and have been per- forming as clowns since the beginning of their marriage. ATTENTION! Big Stone County Residents Get Your Household Hazardous Waste Out Of Stone County! Big Look in your kitchenl bathroom, garage... ONE DAY COLLECTION FiT NO COST! Bring rechargeable nickel-cadmium batteries, aerosols, oil and latex paints, household pesticides, automotive products, thinners, solvents, wood preservatives, acids, adhesives, stains, varnishes and bases to the Big Stone County Highway Department North Minnesota St. (across from athletic field) Ortonville, MN For Both Homeowners and Business Owners RETROFIT RECYCLING FOR THE COLLECTION OF fluorescent bulbs and ballasts, computers, printers, circuit boards, copiers, televisions, telephone equipment THERE IS A CHARGE TO RECYCLE THESE ITEMS. Cost is as follows: 4' and under Rurorescent Lamp .................... $0.59 Over 4' Fluorescent Lamp ............................. $0.63 Shatter - Shield Lamp ......... . ............ i. ........... $2.10 Lamp with built-in ballast ............................... $1.95 High Pressure Sodium ................................... $1.35 Metal Halide ................................................. $3.50 Mercury Vapor ............................................. $3.50 Compact Fluorscent ...................................... $0.72 Circular Fluorescent ...................................... $0.69 U-Shaped Fluorescent ................................... $0.69 Broken Fluorescents (per lb.) .......................... $2.46 Crushed Fluorescents (per lb.) ........................ $2.46 BALLAST RECYCLING- FII Incineration PCB Ballast (per lb.) ...................................... $1.25 Non/PCB (DEHP) Ballast (per lb.) .................. $0.75 COMPUTER RECYCLING Computer Monitors ..................................... $15.00 Equipment & Power Supplies (per lb.) ............ $1.25 Keyboards & Printers (per lb.) ....................... $095 Circuit Boards (per lb.) .................. ................. $0.89 Copiers (per Ib,) ............................................ $1.30 Telephone Equipment (per lb.) ...................... $1.20 Televisions under 35 pounds ....................... $15.00 Televisions/Stereos over 30 pounds (per lb.)...$1.10 For more information or to volunteer to help at the collection, call the Big Stone County Environmental Services Office at 839-3136. SPONSORED BY THE BIG STONE COUNTY HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE PROGRAM IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE MINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY. 19, 2003 INDEPENDENT Page 5b