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Good old days in the Ortonville area IT WAS WORLD SERIES TIME when this photo was taken of two Ortonville men who attended the event that year in Milwaukee. The game was between the Milwaukee Braves and New York Yankees. At left is Tom Toner and at right is Mylo Olson, who is showing off a ball he caught in the stands during one of the games in Milwaukee. The year was either 1957 or 1958. FOR THE WEEK OF Oct. 19, 2010 10 YEARS AGO Oct. 17, 2000 Randy and Becky Stattelman hosted an old fashioned "Barn Dance" entertaining people of all ages. The barn dance was a cele- bration for the community's work in the RCAP/Blandin project anda celebration of the local arts bridge intergenerational summer projects with the SWMA and Humanities Council. Approximately 70 walkers par- ticipated in the sixth annual Alzheimer's Association Memory Walk at Lake Farley Park in Milbank. They raised over $11,200. Ryan Stattelman, Associate Editor of The Ortonville Independent, beat out other area media in the radio controlled car 25 YEARS AGO Oct. 16, 1985 A donation by Mary Karn Knight for $3,000 was given to the Ortonville Hospital to enable them to purchase, rather than rent, a treadmill for stress testing. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hughes, Big Stone City, SD and a boy to Phyllis McCartney, Ortonville. Landscaping for Ortonville's attractive new First Street parking lot was completed last week by Snortum's Nursery of Canby and Granite Falls. The improvements are part of the city's downtown redevelopment project. The filing period for Ortonville's biennial election will be open next Tuesday, Oct. 22. Candidates have until 5 p.m. Nov. 8, to file at the city clerk's office. Expiring in 1986 are the terms of owner Bob Connelly as a storage bin for his corn this year. Minnesota Senior Senator Hubert Humphrey made a cam- paign trip through Big Stone City last Friday. Kiwanis Club elected officers Tuesday at their meeting in the Granite Room. Maurice Johnson was elected President, and he declined to take this office, so another election will be held next week. Other officers elected were Rilen Restad, Otto Schneck and Howard Balk. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Athey of Beardsley, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stielow of Clinton and a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Moen of Correll. MEMORY'S LANE Fram the files of the OrtonviJie Ir, dependent 70 YEARS AGO Oct. 17, 1940 John W. Clason, Big Stone County FSA Supervisor for the past seven months, has been transferred to Carlton County. Succeeding Clason here will be Conrad O. Patmgren, formerly assistant super- visor of Lac qui Parle County. Ortonville cannot be given city mail delivery at this time, Postmaster J.C. Gowan learned from the post office department at Washington, D.C. The reason -being that Ortonville's population in the "approved territory" is only 21112 and the minimum is 2,500 for city mail delivery. Dr. Alfred Hanson is elected President of the Ortonville Kiwanis Club at their meeting on Tuesday. Dr. C. J. Reed is the present Club President. Boxing practice sessions, under capable supervision for all boys in this area who are interested in becoming better amateur boxers, will be held every Tuesday night at the OHS gym. races during Radio Shack's second annual celebration. Ryan was given $100 to donate to his favorite char- ity, namely the American Cancer Society, in memory of Douglas Weinman. Moscow Nights, a versatile trio of prize-winning musicians from Russia, will perform Monday for Chautauqua Concert members at the OHS Auditorium. Mayor Harold Van Winkle; Sally Egert, council member at large; Bruce Swigerd, council member from the First Ward, and Leonard Olson, council member from the second ward. 50 YEARS AGO Oct. 20, 1960 The Clinton Theater, which was closed last year, is being used by f Big Stone City News By Gall Maxwell 839-2207 Pat Kvidera of Minneapolis visited his sister Jerri Van Hour on Tuesday, Oct. 12. Warren Bengtson and family from Coon Rapids, and Philip Bengtson from Coon Rapids and Paul and Diane Kevin Raaf ' Complete Collision Repair V' Glass Replacement I I Bengtson and Sarah and Susie from Washburn, ND were all at Delores Bengtson's to attend a family funeral on Oct. 6. Marilyn Carlson of Ortonville visited Delores Bengtson on Monday, Oct. 11. It was a beautiful day; so they sat outside and visited. This column sponsored in part by L, G, Everist, Inc, / Rock Solid Since 1876 Ortonville, MN • 320-839-6131 J M and Chip Repair Frame and Suspension Repair Morris spent the Oct. 8 weekend in Minneapolis with Melissa and Grace Sherod. They enjoyed Lake Calhoun and Minnehaha Falls searching for autumn leaves for Grace's preschool project. The Villellas, Kleespies, and Sherods had a fabulous time! Marilyn Barnhardt went to Brookings the weekend of Oct. 9 to visit their son Jesse. They drove to Sioux Falls and visited her daughter Tami and Eric Young. The Barnhardts and Youngs had lunch together and did some shopping on Saturday. On Sunday Marilyn and Jesse went to church, ate lunch together, did some shopping, and went to the park to visit; since it was so beautiful out. Clifford Christensen's cousin Ron Christensen from Oak Harbor, WA was with Clifford from Sept. 25 to Sept. 29. Clifford Christensen's daughter Janel and son-in-law Paul Andrews and three children from Jerome, ID visited Clifford Christensen from Saturday, Oct. 9 to Saturday, Oct. 16. The Andrews and Clifford have also visited Roger and Sandy Christensen and family and Frank and Clara Zeek of Big Stone City. Elaine Hofhenke after two weeks of being in the Ortonville Hospital got home from the hospital on Tuesday, Oct. 12. Elaine suffered from a stroke and is doing better. Trudy Taylor called on Vern and Gert Goldsmith. Kris Krause of Minneapolis and Ryan and Brian Krause of Milbank visited Vern and Gert Goldsmith Sunday, Oct. 10. Pat Delgehausen and Kayla Tillma of Milbank were also Sunday afternoon visitors. Sunday evening, Oct. 10 Heather Piatz of Brandon, SD and Mitch Lynch of Preston, SD called on Vern and Gert Goldsmith. Kris Krause and Gert Goldsmith were visitors at the Sue Goldsmith's home in Sioux Falls for several days. Joe and Nadean Villella and their daughter Susan and Bill Kleespie of Free writing workshop set r for stories of MN River Teens and adults will have an and no previous creative writingexpe- opportunity to write about their per- rience is needed. Light refreshments ~ ALL WORK GUARANTEED ~ about fishing, boating, river floods, Her most recent poetry collection, animals, birds, plants and trees, Rock Worn by Water, features some favorite moments and fond memories river poems. "I want to encourage connected to the Minnesota Riverand local writing and appreciation of the any of the rivers and streams that are Minnesota River watershed. The part of its watershed. This informal workshop would be a fun activity for writing and sharing session is free, several generations in one family." ' I sonal stories and reflections about the will be served. Pre-registration is North Minnesota St. & Eastvold Ave. • Ortonville, MN Minnesota River, its valley and tribu- requested to dixie@cureriver.org or Work (320)839-3066 • Home 605-676-2457 • Cell 605-880-4252 I taries at writing workshops in by calling the CURE office at 320- Montevideo on Thursday, Nov. 4 and 269-2984. i ............... ....... ..... III on Monday Nov. 8inaraniteFalls. rhis activity is made possible in • "" The workshops, entitled, Wordsfor part by a grant provided by the Our Great River, will be led by Southwest Minnesota Arts and Soft Water Cottonwood writer and teacher Humanities Council (SMAHC) andis ,, Florence Dacey. Both workshops will funded, in part, by the Minnesota Arts be held from 7 to 9 p.m. The and Cultural Heritage Fund as appro- Montevideo workshop will be held at priated by the Minnesota State the CURE (Clean Up the River Legislature with money from the vote Environment) office at 117 South 1 st of the people of Minnesota on Nov. 4, 2008. CURE is co-sponsoring the event. "Personal memories and reflec- tions preserved in writing become SALES • SERVICE • RENTALS For Commercial & Residential Street and the Granite Falls workshop will be held at Minnesota West Community and Technical College on Hwy 212. Iil w,WaterS°ftenersancISaltDel'verYsERVICEt° YourALLHOmeMAKEsor oFOfficer'SOFTENERS: II100 Participants will get tips on writing family treasures," according to Dacey. 00SEl Igfl[ FHgl Yggg gAY TT I I 1 IT , s i, VnTF O00R0o Brahmar LqP County Commissioner General Election Tuesday, November 2 Rosen News By Adelaide Kirchberg Everyone is enjoying the nice fall weather and harvesting and doing all the fall work. Mike Millerbernd rettrned home from Sanford Hospital on Saturday, Oct. 9, where he has been hospitalized since Friday, Oct. 1. Oct. 8 weekend guests at the Jerry Adelman home were Lexi Adelman of Ortonville, Zak, Issac, Luke, Sam, Jake and Noah Adelman of Graceville. Glen and Darlene Peterson of Brainerd, Jeanette Hiepler of Apple Valley, Shirley Diek of Antigo, WI were Wednesday, Sept. 29 guests at the Lawrence Millerbernd home for a sister get together. Mrs. John Adelman, Mrs. Tom Pillatzki and Mrs. Joan Strei attended the Region 4 council of Catholic Women at Sacred Heart Church in Murdock on Thursday evening, Oct. 7,2010. Friday, Oct. 8 visitors at the Mrs. Adelaide Kirchberg home were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kirchberg of Bloomington, Mrs. Kelly Marsh Carter and Mikaela of Plymouth. They attended the Hospice fundraiser dinner at First English church in Ortonville at noon and a carry in supper in the evening. Mrs. Marsch and Mikaela, Jean Kirchberg also visited at the James Barthel dairy farm. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Rademacher spent Oct. 9 weekend visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.-Greg Rademacher in Winona. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pillatzki and family attended the wedding of their daughter Katherine and Steven Mogle at St. Louis Church in Buffalo, NY on Friday, Oct. 1,2010. St. Joseph's Council of Catholic Women held their quarterly meeting at St. Joseph's School on Tuesday evening, Oct. 1 with President Loretta Pillatzki presiding, Secretary and Treasurer reports read and approved as read. Madonna, Loretta and Joan Strei gave reports on Fall gathering they attended at Murdock on Oct. 7. Next will be in April. Fr. Bob led in closing praYer. Marlys Kunde's name was called at the drawing in Bellingham for $60 on Wednesday, Oct. 12. She was not present so the drawing will be $80 next Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kirchberg, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Goblirsch Kyle and Kayla of New Ulm, were Saturday afternoon and evening Oct. 9 visitors at the Mrs. Adelaide Kirchberg home and brought a carry in supper. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pillatzki and family were guests at the Scott Halbur home Oct. 10 in Sioux Falls and attended the Baptism of their son Aaron Roger at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Tea, SD on Sunday, Oct. 10,2010. State boosts use of E85 nearly l O-fold in five years Minnesota state government agen- cies have increased their retail pur- chases of E85 nearly 10-fold in five years, according to the Department of Administration. In the first nine months of 2010, agencies have pur- chased nearly 725,000 gallons of E85, compared to about 73,000 gal- lons over the same period in 2005. "Nearly one of every five gallons of fuel that state agencies buy from retailers today is E85," said Commissioner of Administration Sheila Reger. "That's a remarkable increase from just five years ago that is helping state government reduce its dependence on petroleum fuels." Minnesota Agriculture Commissioner Gene Hugosonsays the report underscores the state's long-term commitment to renewable energy. "Using E85 helps reduce our dependence on foreign oil and boosts economic activity for greater Minnesota," said Hugoson. "It's great to see state employees and other Minnesotans choosing homegrown, renewable fuels." The state is also nearing 1 million gallons in annual E85 use. In 2009, state agencies bought almost 817,000 gallons of E85, compared to 97,000 gallons in 2005. Gasoline purchases have declined nearly 10 percent over that period. State agencies currently operate about 2,500 flex-fuel cars, pickup trucks and vans. Galen Swihart WRITE-IN CANDIDATE FOR ORTONVILLE CITY COUNCIL "I would like your vote on Nov. 2nd for Write-ln Candidate for Ortonville City Council." 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