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/Louisburg Sorenson, of Madison was not Sept. 8, for the drawing when his called for $100. On 15, the drawing will Douglas Gloege and visited at the Ned Day Monday. Sorenson, Fran and and Craig Rakow at Leaf Lake at and Barry Long are fair weekend at the ' home. of Red Wing and 0f Prior Lake spent the with Vernon and daughter Rochelle the Labor Day Larson. They Alvin at Northridge in and Martha Ryttie Friday to Labor Day Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. and Daren visited with Appleton. Sioux Falls, SD visit Bill and Minnie Sept. 3. Harold Hanson, and Betty Hanson had Hanson and Don Dick Ohm, Arlene ony and Aaron Eddy m spent Labor Day and Judy Larson Lake, WI. visitor at the Melvin Was Daren Maatz of from Denver, CO weekend with his" nner guests of Margaret 'e Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mrs. Richard Sarah, Leonard Kerkaert of St. Cloud, of St. Cloud, Michael Bragg, NC. Richard and Maria were Visitors. Giese went to on Tuesday, Sept. 7 m and visited Lorraine Sumner. She said to tell everybody "hi". During the week callers at the Charles Trygestad home were Preston Mork, Warren and Rebecca Trygestad, Blake and Grant, Donna Sutter of Braham, Neil Trygestad of Mankato, Amy Reincke of Minneapolis, Dwight and Dawn Mork and family, Chuck and Adele Miller of Madison. Dorreen Schultz, Lucille Sime, Freda Johnson, Lucy Sime of Revillo, Marly Lou Olson, Twila Henneberg of Ortonville, Lucille Nelson were Tuesday afternoon guests of Carol Andreason. Earl and Margaret Schake had candlelight dinner at the Our Place Cafe last Friday night. While they were eating Norma Larson joined them. It was very enjoyable. The Town and Countryettes Homemakers entertained the residents of the Ortonville Northridge Home with bingo, a sing along and pie for dessert for the afternoon coffee house on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 7. On Saturday, Sept. 4, Margaret Schake's son, Rob Stodolski, and his son, Joseph Lee, were callers for a couple of hours. Tuesday afternoon visitor of Betty Nelson was Loft Dahl of Winsted. On Sunday, Howard and Lou Jean Schake were coffee guests of Ear! and Margaret Schake after church. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Larsen were house guests of the David Dales in Minnetonka from Friday through Tuesday Labor Day weekend. Other guests during that time were Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Larson of Denver, CO, Mr. and Mrs. Brett Dale of Maple Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Bart , Dale, Taylor and Thomas of Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Becklin of Eagan. Tom and Lynette, Luke Nelson -11 and Lucille Nelson spent Friday and Saturday in Minneapolis and were guests of Linda Vant Hull in St. Louis Park. On Tuesday, Sept. 7, Margaret Schake attended the funeral of Esther Howen at St. Charles Church in Big Stone City, SD. Sunday afternoon guests at the Don and Ella Thomson home were Edith and Lawrence Thomson, Maynard and Kerrine Thomson, Karl and Karen Thomson, Kati Thomson all of Wolverton, Norval and Lisa Thomson and family of Dunlap, IL, Charles and Ihla Thomson, Lois Thomson of Madison, Curtis and Chris Thomson and family. They all attended the 40th anniversary party for Maynard and Kerrine Thomson on Saturday evening at the VFW in Madison. Last weekend Paul and Carol Lund, Aimee Walter, Leida and Shane Brodersen spent the Labor Day weekend at Lobster Lake in Alexandria. The Faith Circle met at the church on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 2, with eight members attending. Gloria Sorenson was hostess and Ruth Larson led the Bible study. Labor Day evening Keith and Sheri Hansen and Kevin and her mother, Barb Gochenaur, Alan and Ruth Hansen had supper at the Doris Hansen home. Alan and Ruth brought the supper. Lorraine Sorenson and Janet Weir visited at the Bill and Shirley Hermeling home at Minnetonka on Saturday, Aug. 28. Sunday, Aug. 29 Shirley Janet of Mankato and Burnita Anderson of Cambridge and Lorraine went to Isle, MN and spent until Wednesday, Sept. I with Audrey and Marty Ruess at their lake home. Lee and Lorraine Crosby of Madison visited Johnny and Clarice Borstad Sunday evening. Lorraine Sorenson and Janet Weir visited at the Bill and Shirley Hermeling at Minnetonka on Saturday, Aug. 28th. Sunday, Aug. 29th. Shirley, Janet of Mankato, burnita Anderson of Cambridge and Lorraine went to Isle, and spent until Wednesday, Sept. 1st with Audrey and Marty Ruess at their lake home. Saturday, Charles and Ihla Thomson and Dennis Thomson were among other relatives attending Leatrice Wagner's retirement party at Bryant Lake Park near Hopkins. In the evening Sept. 4th, Charles and Ilhla attended Maynard and Kerrine Thomson's 40th wedding anniversary at the VFW in Madison with other relatives and friends. Last Thursday afternoon Gordon Letrud and Alvin Jensen visited at the Clifford and Alton Hanson homes at Ortonville, later they went to Marietta for the pork chop supper. Monday afternoon Charles and Ihla Thomson visited Arnold Johnson and Gene and Nanette Johnson of Naples, FL at the Johnson home in Madison. news Court report M.J. Kirchberg d Alan Schuelke of spent the weekend at and Mrs. Ralph Karels were evening visitors at home. Bud Radermacher among relatives and Wildung home on Sunday evening, their 45th and ,arry Wildung's 12th versary and Matt accompanied Karels to Graceville 12 and attended the at Holy Rosary in Graceville. Wilfred Karels of ay, Sept. 5 visitors at home. rs. Stanley Karels of Sunday, Sept. 12 ngie Schmidt home tui Parle County M.J. Kirchberg were 1 evening visitors at eg home in Big Catholic Aid Council held their quarterly meeting at St. Joseph's School on Tuesday evening, Sept. 14,. Mike Bredeck, field representative for this area was present. Mrs. Myra Schmieg and Mrs. Joan Strei were among relatives that attended an Eahtonka ride on Big Stone Lake and supper guests at Mrs. Isabel Kraemer home in Ortonville on Tuesday evening, Sept. 14, 1999. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Drobny spent Tuesday, Sept. 7 at Ghent and visited with Ted Unzen and attended the prayer service for Archie VanKee in the evening. (Week of August 30th, 1999) MINNESOTA HWY PATROL Connie L. Schlepp, Aberdeen, SD, Speeding 69/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. BIG STONE CO. SHERIFF David Bernard Lampkin, Ortonville, Expired Driver License, Fined $45, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Todd Wayne McCartney, Big Stone City, SD, Finance Trans. Card Fra, Fined $300, Surcharge $80, Restitution $1603.62, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: 45 days. David Jay Zehringer, Ortonville, Theft, Surcharge $50, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: 300 days Stayed 1 yrs. I days Eidskog Fall for 20 yrs.; Defeat Security Personal, Surcharge $50, Court Costs $10, Fundraiser Oct. 3 Jail/Prison: 300 days Stayed 1 yrs. 1 days The WELCA of Eidskog Lutheran Church or rural Ortonville will be having a Fall Fundraiser Roast Beef Dinner and all the Trimmings on Sunday, Oct. 3, 1999 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please join us for good food and great fellowship -- hunters welcome! Matching funds up to $450 are being applied for through Lutheran Brotherhood Branch #8392. for 20 yrs.; Theft By Swindle, Surcharge $50, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: 300 days Stayed 18 mon. for 20 yrs. DNR Christopher Todd Baldwin, Clarkfield, Walleye Under 14", Fined $45, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Wayne Samuel Skoien, Madison, Angle w/One Extra Line, Fined $35, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. s. Alfred Volkenant, Kirchberg were attended St. Charles Lar in Big Stone on Sept. 11. Tim Salmen of the parents of a son on Tuesday, Sept. 7, grandparents are Mr. Rademacher. Rademacher and Mrs. and family spent 11 visiting at the Tim SD. Lester Millerbernd Weekend visiting with Omaha, NE. ueg spent Friday, Sept. 13 at St. in Crookston. Adelman spent at the home of Richter and girls MEMORY WALK '99 Come Walk With Us Saturday, Oct. 2, 1999 t0:00 AM - Lake Fadey Park Milbank, Ortonville Area Health Services, St. William's Home for the Aged and Beverly Healthcare invite you to "Con Walk With U#' to raise funds for the Alzheimer's Assocmtioru 10:00 Jl nn ma  vuman ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. Roger Werner Carlson, Champlin, Speeding 49/30, Fined $55, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. (Week of Sept. 6th, 1999) MINNESOTA HWY PATROL Harold Gene Borgen, Tempe, AZ, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Clinton Charles Miner, Willmar, Speeding 69/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. James Thaddeus Vanelsacker, Norfolk, VA, Speeding 74/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Laurel Lynette Carlson, Granite Falls, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Robert Cuthman Martinka, Eden Prairie, Speeding 69/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. James Herman Holland, New London, Over Weight/4900 Lbs., Fined $295, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Paul John Reinke, Appleton, Over Weight/6500 Lbs., Fined $495, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Richard C. Wilson, Fargo, ND, Speeding 69/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. Karen Kay Cameron, Ramsey, Speeding 49/30, Fined $55, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Ryan Lee Johnson, Ortonville, Consumption/Driver, Fined $500, stayed $300, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 10 days for 1 yrs. Michael Otto Steltz, Ortonville, Disorderly Conduct, Fined $700, Stayed $500, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 90 days for 1 yrs. Boyd Elmer Beyer, Ortonville, Drive Under Influence, Fined $700, Stayed $200, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $135, Jail/Prison: Stayed 30 days for 2 yrs. Bellingham school news I MANY THANKS & BEST WISHES The BES staff would like to thank Tom Rudnick for his many years of fine service to the Bellingham School District. We wish him the best of luck in his new position at the Ortonviile Hospital and Clinic. "On The Road To Learning" The fifth and sixth grade students rode off in style in a chartered bus provided by Riley Transportation on September 15, to the Environmental Fair in Marshall. Sr. Kay Fernholz, Sr. Annette Fernholz and Betty Spors accompanied the students on this "road to learning". More details in next week's Paw Print. Spelling in Grades 3-6 The spelling routine is ..... The list goes home on Friday. There is a pre-test on Monday. Final test is Friday. If the student gets them all right on Monday, he/she doesn't have to take the test on Friday. Every 6th chapter is a review so there won't be a test that week. IF EVERYONE in the class gets 100%---they get a popcorn party!! Tuesday, 9-21 GBB practice 3:00 Thursday, 9-23 GBB practice 3:00 Friday, 9-24 Ping Pong Pictures 8 a.m. BREAKFAST Breakfast Monday--Assorted cold cereals, toast, apple juice, milk. Tuesday--Waffles, syrup, grape juice milk. Wednesday---Croissant/ham patty, apple grape juice, milk. Thursday--Assorted cold cereals, toast, orange juice, milk. Friday--Raised donuts, toast, apple juice, milk. Lunch Monday--Italian spaghetti, green beans, pineapple tidbits, chocolate pudding cup, breadsticks, chocolate or white milk. Tuesday--Breaded chicken nuggets, tator puffs, fruit gelatin, bread, milk. Wednesday--Salisbury steak, baked potatoes with sour cream, cherry crisp, dinner rolls, milk. Thursday--BBQ pork on buns, baked beans, mandarin orange salad, cinnamon rolls, milk. Friday--Italian dunkers with sauce, mixed veggies, sliced bananas, rice krispie bars, milk. Study Club meets Oct. 20th The Sept. 19th meeting of Ortonville's Study Club was held at the Golf Club House with 14 members present. Hostesses were Darlene Mikkelson and Marge Lindhoim. Speaker was Norman Shelsta, who gave a presentation of early Minnesota and South Dakota history, including Laura Ingalls Wilder's family, his own family, and some of his own poetry depicting early Ortonville. He reminded us that this is the 125th year of Ortonville's existence! Roll call was remembrances of special teachers that we have had. Next meeting will be Oct. 20. LWMS Fall Rally At Willmar Sept. 25 The Fall Rally of the Crow River Circuit of the Lutheran Women's Missionary Society will be held Saturday, Sept. 25 at Immanuel Lutheran Church at Willmar. The ladies from Mt. Olive Lutheran of Graceville, Bethany Lutheran of rural Clinton and Trinity Ev. Lutheran of Johnson are members of this cir- cuit. I I Tired of Waking Up with Your Covers Stolen? WAKE UP WARM AND TOASTY with a new ow of Minneapolis All pledges must be turned in on or at the home of her before2nd. Rheem Heating System and Mrs. Manfred 10=3OAM )t. 12 visitors Krakow and Menry Walt Begim tdburg, SD and Kurttgs, SD. 2 miles starting and ending at Lak FarleY11:15 AM  (O! rs. Roger Karels lqxa-WalkandAwwds, Ilqot0allWalkem. Parish Fun Day At lake Farley Prime awded Unday, Sept. 12 and at the home of his ........  oyoungestWalker eirose Kareis in Big Plg :m' ....... J" sam, t x - I IP/  ,OldestWalker ..... .' ,I lZlll ......... ..... Jerry Adelman |[1'' I PLUMBING HEATING & AIR .CONDITIONING i y Catholic TomgisW, mdceapbdgea" /J  [ .$75 in Pledg Earns you | and bazaar in ferlmrebllmmttallltat  [ aSweatshir daY,KeithSept.and12Mikeand 1320)839-4112  oMany Team Prizes I 2298E Second Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-2513 I %Y and St. Monica ' ':'"" I III I 21, 1999  INDEPENDENT Page 5 l /Louisburg Sorenson, of Madison was not Sept. 8, for the drawing when his called for $100. On 15, the drawing will Douglas Gloege and visited at the Ned Day Monday. Sorenson, Fran and and Craig Rakow at Leaf Lake at and Barry Long are fair weekend at the ' home. of Red Wing and 0f Prior Lake spent the with Vernon and daughter Rochelle the Labor Day Larson. They Alvin at Northridge in and Martha Ryttie Friday to Labor Day Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. and Daren visited with Appleton. Sioux Falls, SD visit Bill and Minnie Sept. 3. Harold Hanson, and Betty Hanson had Hanson and Don Dick Ohm, Arlene ony and Aaron Eddy m spent Labor Day and Judy Larson Lake, WI. visitor at the Melvin Was Daren Maatz of from Denver, CO weekend with his" nner guests of Margaret 'e Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mrs. Richard Sarah, Leonard Kerkaert of St. Cloud, of St. Cloud, Michael Bragg, NC. Richard and Maria were Visitors. Giese went to on Tuesday, Sept. 7 m and visited Lorraine Sumner. She said to tell everybody "hi". During the week callers at the Charles Trygestad home were Preston Mork, Warren and Rebecca Trygestad, Blake and Grant, Donna Sutter of Braham, Neil Trygestad of Mankato, Amy Reincke of Minneapolis, Dwight and Dawn Mork and family, Chuck and Adele Miller of Madison. Dorreen Schultz, Lucille Sime, Freda Johnson, Lucy Sime of Revillo, Marly Lou Olson, Twila Henneberg of Ortonville, Lucille Nelson were Tuesday afternoon guests of Carol Andreason. Earl and Margaret Schake had candlelight dinner at the Our Place Cafe last Friday night. While they were eating Norma Larson joined them. It was very enjoyable. The Town and Countryettes Homemakers entertained the residents of the Ortonville Northridge Home with bingo, a sing along and pie for dessert for the afternoon coffee house on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 7. On Saturday, Sept. 4, Margaret Schake's son, Rob Stodolski, and his son, Joseph Lee, were callers for a couple of hours. Tuesday afternoon visitor of Betty Nelson was Loft Dahl of Winsted. On Sunday, Howard and Lou Jean Schake were coffee guests of Ear! and Margaret Schake after church. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Larsen were house guests of the David Dales in Minnetonka from Friday through Tuesday Labor Day weekend. Other guests during that time were Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Larson of Denver, CO, Mr. and Mrs. Brett Dale of Maple Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Bart , Dale, Taylor and Thomas of Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Becklin of Eagan. Tom and Lynette, Luke Nelson -11 and Lucille Nelson spent Friday and Saturday in Minneapolis and were guests of Linda Vant Hull in St. Louis Park. On Tuesday, Sept. 7, Margaret Schake attended the funeral of Esther Howen at St. Charles Church in Big Stone City, SD. Sunday afternoon guests at the Don and Ella Thomson home were Edith and Lawrence Thomson, Maynard and Kerrine Thomson, Karl and Karen Thomson, Kati Thomson all of Wolverton, Norval and Lisa Thomson and family of Dunlap, IL, Charles and Ihla Thomson, Lois Thomson of Madison, Curtis and Chris Thomson and family. They all attended the 40th anniversary party for Maynard and Kerrine Thomson on Saturday evening at the VFW in Madison. Last weekend Paul and Carol Lund, Aimee Walter, Leida and Shane Brodersen spent the Labor Day weekend at Lobster Lake in Alexandria. The Faith Circle met at the church on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 2, with eight members attending. Gloria Sorenson was hostess and Ruth Larson led the Bible study. Labor Day evening Keith and Sheri Hansen and Kevin and her mother, Barb Gochenaur, Alan and Ruth Hansen had supper at the Doris Hansen home. Alan and Ruth brought the supper. Lorraine Sorenson and Janet Weir visited at the Bill and Shirley Hermeling home at Minnetonka on Saturday, Aug. 28. Sunday, Aug. 29 Shirley Janet of Mankato and Burnita Anderson of Cambridge and Lorraine went to Isle, MN and spent until Wednesday, Sept. I with Audrey and Marty Ruess at their lake home. Lee and Lorraine Crosby of Madison visited Johnny and Clarice Borstad Sunday evening. Lorraine Sorenson and Janet Weir visited at the Bill and Shirley Hermeling at Minnetonka on Saturday, Aug. 28th. Sunday, Aug. 29th. Shirley, Janet of Mankato, burnita Anderson of Cambridge and Lorraine went to Isle, and spent until Wednesday, Sept. 1st with Audrey and Marty Ruess at their lake home. Saturday, Charles and Ihla Thomson and Dennis Thomson were among other relatives attending Leatrice Wagner's retirement party at Bryant Lake Park near Hopkins. In the evening Sept. 4th, Charles and Ilhla attended Maynard and Kerrine Thomson's 40th wedding anniversary at the VFW in Madison with other relatives and friends. Last Thursday afternoon Gordon Letrud and Alvin Jensen visited at the Clifford and Alton Hanson homes at Ortonville, later they went to Marietta for the pork chop supper. Monday afternoon Charles and Ihla Thomson visited Arnold Johnson and Gene and Nanette Johnson of Naples, FL at the Johnson home in Madison. news Court report M.J. Kirchberg d Alan Schuelke of spent the weekend at and Mrs. Ralph Karels were evening visitors at home. Bud Radermacher among relatives and Wildung home on Sunday evening, their 45th and ,arry Wildung's 12th versary and Matt accompanied Karels to Graceville 12 and attended the at Holy Rosary in Graceville. Wilfred Karels of ay, Sept. 5 visitors at home. rs. Stanley Karels of Sunday, Sept. 12 ngie Schmidt home tui Parle County M.J. Kirchberg were 1 evening visitors at eg home in Big Catholic Aid Council held their quarterly meeting at St. Joseph's School on Tuesday evening, Sept. 14,. Mike Bredeck, field representative for this area was present. Mrs. Myra Schmieg and Mrs. Joan Strei were among relatives that attended an Eahtonka ride on Big Stone Lake and supper guests at Mrs. Isabel Kraemer home in Ortonville on Tuesday evening, Sept. 14, 1999. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Drobny spent Tuesday, Sept. 7 at Ghent and visited with Ted Unzen and attended the prayer service for Archie VanKee in the evening. (Week of August 30th, 1999) MINNESOTA HWY PATROL Connie L. Schlepp, Aberdeen, SD, Speeding 69/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. BIG STONE CO. SHERIFF David Bernard Lampkin, Ortonville, Expired Driver License, Fined $45, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Todd Wayne McCartney, Big Stone City, SD, Finance Trans. Card Fra, Fined $300, Surcharge $80, Restitution $1603.62, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: 45 days. David Jay Zehringer, Ortonville, Theft, Surcharge $50, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: 300 days Stayed 1 yrs. I days Eidskog Fall for 20 yrs.; Defeat Security Personal, Surcharge $50, Court Costs $10, Fundraiser Oct. 3 Jail/Prison: 300 days Stayed 1 yrs. 1 days The WELCA of Eidskog Lutheran Church or rural Ortonville will be having a Fall Fundraiser Roast Beef Dinner and all the Trimmings on Sunday, Oct. 3, 1999 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please join us for good food and great fellowship -- hunters welcome! Matching funds up to $450 are being applied for through Lutheran Brotherhood Branch #8392. for 20 yrs.; Theft By Swindle, Surcharge $50, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: 300 days Stayed 18 mon. for 20 yrs. DNR Christopher Todd Baldwin, Clarkfield, Walleye Under 14", Fined $45, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Wayne Samuel Skoien, Madison, Angle w/One Extra Line, Fined $35, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. s. Alfred Volkenant, Kirchberg were attended St. Charles Lar in Big Stone on Sept. 11. Tim Salmen of the parents of a son on Tuesday, Sept. 7, grandparents are Mr. Rademacher. Rademacher and Mrs. and family spent 11 visiting at the Tim SD. Lester Millerbernd Weekend visiting with Omaha, NE. ueg spent Friday, Sept. 13 at St. in Crookston. Adelman spent at the home of Richter and girls MEMORY WALK '99 Come Walk With Us Saturday, Oct. 2, 1999 t0:00 AM - Lake Fadey Park Milbank, Ortonville Area Health Services, St. William's Home for the Aged and Beverly Healthcare invite you to "Con Walk With U#' to raise funds for the Alzheimer's Assocmtioru 10:00 Jl nn ma  vuman ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. Roger Werner Carlson, Champlin, Speeding 49/30, Fined $55, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. (Week of Sept. 6th, 1999) MINNESOTA HWY PATROL Harold Gene Borgen, Tempe, AZ, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Clinton Charles Miner, Willmar, Speeding 69/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. James Thaddeus Vanelsacker, Norfolk, VA, Speeding 74/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Laurel Lynette Carlson, Granite Falls, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Robert Cuthman Martinka, Eden Prairie, Speeding 69/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. James Herman Holland, New London, Over Weight/4900 Lbs., Fined $295, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Paul John Reinke, Appleton, Over Weight/6500 Lbs., Fined $495, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Richard C. Wilson, Fargo, ND, Speeding 69/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. Karen Kay Cameron, Ramsey, Speeding 49/30, Fined $55, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $15. Ryan Lee Johnson, Ortonville, Consumption/Driver, Fined $500, stayed $300, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 10 days for 1 yrs. Michael Otto Steltz, Ortonville, Disorderly Conduct, Fined $700, Stayed $500, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 90 days for 1 yrs. Boyd Elmer Beyer, Ortonville, Drive Under Influence, Fined $700, Stayed $200, Surcharge $25, Court Costs $135, Jail/Prison: Stayed 30 days for 2 yrs. Bellingham school news I MANY THANKS & BEST WISHES The BES staff would like to thank Tom Rudnick for his many years of fine service to the Bellingham School District. We wish him the best of luck in his new position at the Ortonviile Hospital and Clinic. "On The Road To Learning" The fifth and sixth grade students rode off in style in a chartered bus provided by Riley Transportation on September 15, to the Environmental Fair in Marshall. Sr. Kay Fernholz, Sr. Annette Fernholz and Betty Spors accompanied the students on this "road to learning". More details in next week's Paw Print. Spelling in Grades 3-6 The spelling routine is ..... The list goes home on Friday. There is a pre-test on Monday. Final test is Friday. If the student gets them all right on Monday, he/she doesn't have to take the test on Friday. Every 6th chapter is a review so there won't be a test that week. IF EVERYONE in the class gets 100%---they get a popcorn party!! Tuesday, 9-21 GBB practice 3:00 Thursday, 9-23 GBB practice 3:00 Friday, 9-24 Ping Pong Pictures 8 a.m. BREAKFAST Breakfast Monday--Assorted cold cereals, toast, apple juice, milk. Tuesday--Waffles, syrup, grape juice milk. Wednesday---Croissant/ham patty, apple grape juice, milk. Thursday--Assorted cold cereals, toast, orange juice, milk. Friday--Raised donuts, toast, apple juice, milk. Lunch Monday--Italian spaghetti, green beans, pineapple tidbits, chocolate pudding cup, breadsticks, chocolate or white milk. Tuesday--Breaded chicken nuggets, tator puffs, fruit gelatin, bread, milk. Wednesday--Salisbury steak, baked potatoes with sour cream, cherry crisp, dinner rolls, milk. Thursday--BBQ pork on buns, baked beans, mandarin orange salad, cinnamon rolls, milk. Friday--Italian dunkers with sauce, mixed veggies, sliced bananas, rice krispie bars, milk. Study Club meets Oct. 20th The Sept. 19th meeting of Ortonville's Study Club was held at the Golf Club House with 14 members present. Hostesses were Darlene Mikkelson and Marge Lindhoim. Speaker was Norman Shelsta, who gave a presentation of early Minnesota and South Dakota history, including Laura Ingalls Wilder's family, his own family, and some of his own poetry depicting early Ortonville. He reminded us that this is the 125th year of Ortonville's existence! Roll call was remembrances of special teachers that we have had. Next meeting will be Oct. 20. LWMS Fall Rally At Willmar Sept. 25 The Fall Rally of the Crow River Circuit of the Lutheran Women's Missionary Society will be held Saturday, Sept. 25 at Immanuel Lutheran Church at Willmar. The ladies from Mt. Olive Lutheran of Graceville, Bethany Lutheran of rural Clinton and Trinity Ev. Lutheran of Johnson are members of this cir- cuit. I I Tired of Waking Up with Your Covers Stolen? WAKE UP WARM AND TOASTY with a new ow of Minneapolis All pledges must be turned in on or at the home of her before2nd. Rheem Heating System and Mrs. Manfred 10=3OAM )t. 12 visitors Krakow and Menry Walt Begim tdburg, SD and Kurttgs, SD. 2 miles starting and ending at Lak FarleY11:15 AM  (O! rs. Roger Karels lqxa-WalkandAwwds, Ilqot0allWalkem. Parish Fun Day At lake Farley Prime awded Unday, Sept. 12 and at the home of his ........  oyoungestWalker eirose Kareis in Big Plg :m' ....... J" sam, t x - I IP/  ,OldestWalker ..... .' ,I lZlll ......... ..... Jerry Adelman |[1'' I PLUMBING HEATING & AIR .CONDITIONING i y Catholic TomgisW, mdceapbdgea" /J  [ .$75 in Pledg Earns you | and bazaar in ferlmrebllmmttallltat  [ aSweatshir daY,KeithSept.and12Mikeand 1320)839-4112  oMany Team Prizes I 2298E Second Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-2513 I %Y and St. Monica ' ':'"" I III I 21, 1999  INDEPENDENT Page 5