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(continued from page one) Monday, Nov. 1 and wrapped up on Nov. 2. Defense witnesses said the doctors and others reacted too quickly in label- ing the baby's injuries the result of non- accidental trauma and failed to examine other possibilities, including a physical deformity from premature birth they said could have led to a fatal heart attack on Oct. 26. Raffety told in- vestigators and others the baby spit up after his mother had left and then began choking on some of the material he had spit up and couldn't breathe. He said he tried to clear Avory's air- ways and also attempted CPR, which was unsuccessful, before Larson re- turned and they rushed the baby to the nearby hospital. Raffety was represented by Public Defender Joe Parise and court-ap- pointed attorney John Holbrook of Willmar. Assistant Minnesota Attorney Gen- eral William Klumpp and Big Stone County Attorney Bill Watson prose- cuted the case. Seibel ordered a pre-sentence inves- tigation and set a sentencing hearing for Dec. 21 in Ortonville. Watson said Minnesota sentencing guidelines for a second-degree murder conviction call for a prison term of 128 months to 180 months, although, be- cause the judge found there were ag- gravating factors - the age of the victim and the role of responsibility held by the defendant - he could go outside those guidelines. Raffety remains in custody in the Kandiyohi County Jail in Willmar. Auth orized Retailer BIG STONE CELLULAR 5 et HARRY'S 888-839-3265 Milbank, 5D. 605-432-5091 Appleton, t';, 320-289-2465 (continued from page one) till Christmas at 1 p.m. Nov. 19, 20, 26, 27, Dec. 3, 4, 10, 11, 17 and 18 with a double drawing Dec. 18. All winning names will be announced over KDIO Radio. If your name is drawn, notify the store man- ager immediately, who will then noti- fy the Independent office by calling 839-6163, within three minutes of the original announcement. If no calls are received after three minutes, it will be determined the winner is not present, and the winner will be awarded $50 in scrip. As in previous years, winners will be pictured in the Ortonville Independent, with the owner or man- ager of the store where the winner was at the time of the drawing or where the winner registered. In the final drawing, winner selec- tions will continue until a winner is unique effect! Rodrigo is desperate to present, with each non-present winner make Rosina his wife, but Rosina's fa- receiving $50, so that all the remain- ther, Senor Bartholo, has arranged for ing scrip will be distributed. Rosina to marry the very old, very All money will be given away in wealthy, and very senile Count Alma- scrip, which is redeemable at partici- viva in just one week. Since Rosina is pating firms, which will. be turned in opposed to marrying the Count, her fa- at the Ortonville Independent. ther has forbidden her to leave the Registration for the drawing can house and has hired a professional also take place at the Independent for chaperone to guard Rosina and keep those interested in participatingwith- away all would-be suitors. For a out making a purchase. They can reg- "small fee," the clever Figaro, who just ister once per week at the Ortonville happens to be Senor Bartholo's barber, Independent to be eligible for the orchestrates arendezvousbetweenRo- giveaway, drigo and Rosina. On the day Figaro The complete list of promotion is to shave Senor Bartholo, Figaro sponsors can be found in a two-page gives Rosina's music teacher a strong ad inside this issue. Rules for regis- laxative and then arranges for Rodrigo tration can also be found in the ad, in to masquerade as Rosina's guitar addition to being posted on all regis- teacher. Will the course of true love tration boxes at participating busi- prove strong enough to win? nesses. Refreshments will be available for Santa Gals & Guys sale at intermission. Proceeds will ben- spreading cheer efit the OHS drama department's future Santa Gals and Guys will be productions. spreading good cheer again this holi- day season as most Ortonville and Big Flu vaccines still Stone City firms will be helping sup- port the annual Ortonville avaiJable at Independent Santa Gal promotion. For almost 40 years, Santa Gals Northside Clinic have been dressed in their holiday Northside Medical Clinic attire, passing out goodies and giving announces that following the rounds help and tips to area shoppers, of flu vaccination clinics, a supply of A complete list of Santa Gal sponsors can be found on a page ad in this vaccine is still available. If you were issue, along with a calendar of events unable to attend one of the clinics and still need the vaccine, please either for the season, call-in to the clinic or walk-ins are Carriage rides will be given on also acceptable. For questions, call Santa Day, Saturday Dec. i1 on Ortonville's mainstreet. 320-839-6157. (ADV) Santa Fun Day A Santa Fun Day will be held Dec. 11 also from 10 a.m. to noon at the Ortonville Senior Center with cookies and crafts for kids and photos with Santa. See ads inside this issue for further details on shopping locally this holi- day season. (continued from page one) they just kick the bucket...literally. The play closely follows original Oth- ello storylines and fluently weaves tra- ditional language into modern dialogue. The flighty and airheaded Desdemona, an evil laugh-obsessed Iago, the sob-story Roderigo and a fun- loving, lemonade-happy Cassio make this "tragic comedy" both highly en- tertaining and educational. BARBER OF SEVILLE Though The Barber of Seville is best known as a comic opera by Rossini, the original play by Beaumar- chais is considered one of the greatest European comedies of the 18th cen- tury. We've set it in the 1960's for a LqP high to perform M.A.S.H Lac qui Parle Valley High School drama students will be presenting their 2010 Fall Production of M*A*S*H, a fulMength comedy in two-acts written by Tim Kelly and dramatized from the book by Richard Hooker. The production is under the direction of Carmen Fernholz and will be presented in the LqPV High School Theater at 7 p.m. Nov. 19 and 20. Tickets will be available at the door each night. Special thanks to the third grade class of Big Stone City School. Left to right, in front, are Caden Anderson and Noah Mursu; in back, McKenzie Seidell, Katie Stodolski and Tiffany Glomstad. e make 1 for operating expenses, machinery, livestock and real estate. We also offer competitive rates and personal service. And because we're a "community bank" all loan decisions are made locally. Don't wait any longer. Stop in today and talk to our staff. !~ HOUStN LENDER Member FDIC ank lbe% t tbe l hetsfme : dh!y O~en Monday through Friday until 4:00 PM and Thursday nights until 6:00 PM Big Stone City, South Dakota Wilmot, South Dakota Phone 605-862-7676 Fax 605-862-7677 www.firststatebanksd.com Zo++ %d i FAIRFAX- A report of a missing 11 -year-old boy was filed at approximately 7 ! p.m. on Monday, Nov. 8, according to Police Chief Kevin Hagen. At the time of the report the boy had been missing from home since approximately 4 p.m. Following the report, Chief Hagen made a search of the home and immediate area. Determining that help was needed, Chief Hagen started to call for assistance. The Fairfax Fire, Rescue and Ambulance Department were training at the fire hall and immediately began aiding in the search. Additional help was received from Renville County Sheriff's Office, Hector Police Department, Franklin Police Department, New Ulm Police Department, and Nicollet County Sheriff's Office. A citywide search was initiated and expanded as help arrived. The child had not been found during the citywide search and a door-to-door search was begun starting on the north side of town and working south. At approximately 10:30 p.m. Chief Hagen received a call that Collin Cubbage, age 11, had returned home. Collin is now safe at home and doing fine according to Chief Hagen. There are no charges in the case and the case is clear. CLARKFIELD- Ryan Bruns, 29, of Clarkfield, was in critical condition after his vehicle burst into flames following a collision with another car Oct. 11. According to the state patrol, Bruns was traveling east on Highway 67 when his 1998 Dodge Stratus broadsided a 2005 Buick LaCrosse driven by Gloria Piipke, 69, of Minneota, who was traveling south on County Road 9 west of Clarkfield. Both vehicles ended up in the ditch where Bruns' vehicle started on fire. Bruns was taken to Johnson Memorial Hospital in Dawson in critical condition. Piipke was treated for her injuries at Johnson Memorial and released. The State Patrol, Clarkfield Ambulance and Fire and Dawson Ambulance Service responded to the scene. OPEN HOUSE th Wedding Anniversary for ike aml Saturday, November 20m from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at The Checkered Flag No gifts please. ++ + ++++++++ i+t++++ + +;+ +++++ ++ By Gail Maxwell 839-22O7 On Saturday, Nov. 6 and Sunday, Nov. 7 David and Janet Weber went deer hunting at their farm along with D.J. Haggerty, Tony Weber, and Steve Weber and his children Chris and Jennifer. All of them had a successful deer hunt. Chris got his first buck. Jennifer got her first doe. This was her first year for hunting for her. Janet prepared meals with everyone's favorite requests. Harvey and Jo Kelzer were Nov. 5 to Nov. 8 guests of Marty, Kim, and Broman from Wayzata, Tim and Debbie Burns from Hopkins, and Tim and Debbie's daughter and husband came to Twyla's. They all left on Sunday morning, Nov. 7. Nick and Jett Karels of Perham were Thursday, Nov. 4 through Sunday, Nov. 7 visitors at the home of Roman and Shirley Karels for deer hunting. Brandon, Racole, and Sydney Karels of Perham went to state for cross-country at Northfield. The Perham boys got first place and now will' be going to Sioux Falls for Gracie Kelzer of Faribault. Dave regionals on Saturday, Nov. 13. They I(ef'zer and Diane Lindstrom of are the grandchildren of Roman and: Shakopee were also Sunday visitors Shirley Karels: along with many relatives and friends Gloria Tolzien of Minneapolis, to help Gracie Kelzer celebrate her daughter of Earl Komis, stayed with sixth birthday. Earl a few days to help him after his Jeanette Bohlman and two friends operation.. Rosemary and Joyce went to Fran Sester of Northridge had a Watertown to a dance on Sundaybirthday party on the day of her afternoon, Nov. 7. The band was birthday Thursday, Nov. 4 at called Howard and Sonja. Northridge. The party was hosted by Gary and Marilyn Carlson were in her children. Lakeville from Thursday, Nov. 4 to Kathy Morgan of Battle Lake Saturday, Nov. 6 to visit her sister, visited her mother Fran Sester of Marilyn Carlson's brother fromNorthridge on Monday, Nov. 8. California was up to visit Gary and Linda Schank of Milbank was a Marilyn Carlson. visitor at the Roman Karels' home on Wanda Berry of Robbinsdale Tuesday, Nov. 9. visited her mother Evelyn Morris over The Homemaker's Club met at the Nov. 5 weekend. Arlene Larson's on Tuesday afternoon, Twyla Hinneberg had many guests Nov. 9. There were six members the occasion being the Scandinavian present. All the members were there. Fair held on Saturday, Nov. 6 at the The ladies had a meeting, played First English Lutheran Church. On cards, and had lunch. Thursday, Nov. 4 Twyla's brother Wilfred and Gen Adelman's Alvin and Marilyn Tengvall of daughter Marge Knudson and her Bloomington and Twyla's cousindaughter Katherine of Monty were Adeline Rime from Minneapolis came Saturday, Nov. 6 visitors of Gen and out to visit Twyla Hinneberg. Adeline also visited Wilfred at Northridge. came out with Alvin and Marilyn. On Gen was a Saturday evening, Nov. 6 Friday evening, Nov. 5 Bill and Trudy overnight guest at Mike and Marge Knudson's. Gen Adelman was a visitor and overnight guest on Sunday, Nov. 7 at John and Mari Plathe's of Bellingham. Delores Karels attended Fran Sester's birthday party at Northridge on Thursday, Nov. 4. Vi Hansen and Don and Carolyn Verheul had Sunday, Nov. 7 dinner with Sue and Dan Hanratty. The hunters at Jim and Darlene Loeschke's the weekend of Nov. 5 were all Loeschke's Lyle, Tom, Greg, and John. The only one who got a deer was John rLoeschke; but they all had fun. Visiting at the home of Craig and Kippy Randleman over the Nov. 5 weekend were Jennifer Lien of Fargo and her children Andy, Josh, and Lindsey. Also visiting were Eric and Jessie Randleman and daughters Lucy and Greta. Emily Randleman and her friend Mike Getty of Minneapolis joined them. They celebrated Eric's 34th birthday on Saturday, Nov. 6. Everyone had a nice time. Phyllis Schluter attended a potluck birthday party of the Legion Auxiliary on Tuesday, Nov. 9. Twenty-eight people attended the party at the Legion. The meeting afterwards was interesting. Hunting in South Dakota for pheasants from Phyllis Schluter's house were Bob and Jim Schluter and Dennis and Chuck Wiesner from the Twin Cities. They did well with the pheasant hunting. High bridge players at the Ortonville Community Center Friday afternoon, Nov. 5 were Mel Ehlert and Pearl Pederson. They had a very enjoyable afternoon. 2009 Polaris Sportsman 550, green w/EPS .............. $5,900 2008 Polaris Sportsman X2, red w/plow winch, alum. wheels & windshield .............................................. $5,800 2007 Arctic Cat 700 EFI, green .................................. $4,750 2007 Polaris Sportsman 700 EFI, green, under 1,000 miles ................................................... $4,985 2006 Polaris Sportsman X2 500, blk/slvr .................. $4,750 2004 Polaris 700 EFI Camo ....................................... $3,800 2004 Polaris Sportsman 600, blue ............................ $3,495 2004 Polaris Scrambler 500, biacldyellow ................ $2,800 2004 Sportsman 500 Camo w/plow & winch ............ $3,500 2004 Polaris ATP w/plow & winch ............................. $3,800 2004 Honda Forman, yellow, 2400 miles .................. $3,200 2003 Polaris Magnum 330, green .............................. $3,000 2002 Xplorer 400 w/plow & winch ............................. $3,200 2001 Polaris Sportsman 400, red .............................. $2,500 2001 Xplorer 400, green ............................................. $2,400 2001 Xplorer 250, green 4x4 ...................................... $2,200 1996 Polaris Magnum 425, blue ................................ $1,700 E. 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