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Not since the days when our late father Lem was attracting publicity to our area in his many-year fight for passage of the establishment of the Trojan JV Football achieves 52-6 victory over Minneota Trojans Junior Varsity football defeated Minneota last Monday, September 15, by a score of 52-6. Trojan Offense exploded behind the excellent play of the Offensive lineman and the Defense was stingy all game. Sophomore Alex Dawald hit Sophomore Chris Fellows for a 50- yard Touchdown pass to start the scor- ing. The PAT failed. On their next possession, the Trojans drove down the field and Sophomore Dan Schmeichel scored on a three-yard run. Dawald convert- ed on the two-point PAT to make the score 14-0. The Trojans scored again on their next possession as Sophomore Cory Human scored on a five-yard run. Schmeichel was successful at the two- point PAT. Minneota scored to start the sec- ond quarter, but that was the only points they managed against the stingy Trojan defense. In the second quarter, the Trojans scored twice. Schmeichel scored on a two-yard run and Freshman Justin Gruenwald ran in the two-point PAT to make the score 30-6. The final scoring in the first half came on a 90 yard pass from Dawald to Junior Cory Stattelman. The PAT failed, and the half ended 36-6 in favor of the Trojans. The third quarter was a defensive battle as neither team was able to score. In the fourth quarter, the Trojan Offense came back to life and scored twice. Schmeichel scored again on a 25 yard run, and Freshman Dylan McLain scored on the two-point PAT, making the score 44-6. The final touchdown of the game came on a 75 yard run from Freshman Cody Ringsaker. Dawald ran in the two- point PAT to end the game 52-6. Big Stone Lake Refuge, can we recall ! when a man has brought more pub- [ licity to our area than one of our Bellingham school news newer residents, Jim Larson, former- I ly of Minneapolis and a native of [ Britton, SD. Not long ago, Jim was - featured in the Mpis. Star-Tribune for his Waterfront plans on Big Stone Lake...now he's been featured by an article in last Friday's Watertown Public Opinion, for the plans he has of expanding on his recent purchase of Ortonville's Hardware store. Nice going, Jim...keep up the good work! ***** We were saddened last Friday to hear of the pass- ing of long-time friend John Von Holtum, of Edina, owner of Ortonville's Cenbank. John was preceded in death by a son, Patrick. He is survived by wife, Patricia; children, Edmund, Michael, Katherine Puffer, Ellen (James) Aitman, Elizabeth Von Hoitum, William (Amy), and John; Grandchildren, John Puffer, Ella Von Holtum, Stefani, Christopher, and Megan Von Holtum, Erin Altman, and Zane and Grace Von Hoitum. Services were held Saturday, Sept. 20, 2003, at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Edina. Memorials are preferred to the American Lung Association. Needed in school If you have any extra ice cream pails at home, we could use some in school. Please send them to either the school office or to Mrs. Haugen's PFLS classroom. Thank you. We Would also like... The upper elementary is in need of the following items for art and classroom activities. **magazines (preferably women's, such as Good Housekeeping, etc.) **clear 2-liter pop bottles with covers. We appreciate your donations! Thanks Used Equipment If you-'have a used colored TV or VCR that you no longer-want and would like to donate to the%hool, please call 568-2118. Thank you Calendar Tuesday, 9-23 3:15 GBB practice Thursday, 9-25 3:15 GBB practice Friday, 9-26 12:30 Magazine sales representative Saturday, 9-27 GBB at Milbank Unity Square 9:00 a.m. Breakfast Tuesday--egg sandwiches, cheese slices, juice and milk. Wednesday--cold cereals, granola bars, juice and milk. Auxiliary notes Thursday--french toast sticks, breakfast links, juice and milk. Friday--cherry strudel, strawberry yogurt, juice and milk. Lunch Tuesday--french toast, breakfast link, scrambled eggs, hashbrowns, orange slices, orange juice, PBJ and milk. Wednesdaymturkey roast, mashed potatoes, corn, butter bread, PBJ and milk. Thursday-lasagna, green beans, applesauce cup, banana, garlic bread, PBJ and milk. Friday--pizza, lettuce salad, fruit cup, chocolate chip cookies, PBJ and milk. By Joyce Scherer, Secretary American Legion Auxiliary Gertje Van Lith Unit 229 met at 7:30 pm on Sept. 9, 2003 at Legion Club. Fifteen members present. Hostesses were Marie Brown and Doris Scoblic. President called meeting to order. Secretary's and Treasurer's reports read and approved. It's time to do our Shower and Christmas Gifts for the Veterans at Hot Springs. Motions were made and seconded that $200.00 be used for Shower Gifts and $500.00 for Christmas Gifts. Arvilla and committee will take care of this Don't know how long the strong sales will continue on our Hobo Soup through the nation-wide catalog of The Vermont Country Store...but the activity has us excj, ted todate. The ..... Membership}sat 67.:. ....... first order was shio to Verfiaont : ............ vlrg]ma reau from tJlspatcn wnere ........ =' r   r--D .....  Cor  ley of the' Legion mid-August. Tfiig was ]611bwed by wh  n ress cut another order a week ago last was questioning y Log " Friday...only to be doubled three days medical care funding. later....and that order followed by Geneve sent Sympathy card and Our dues for 2005 will be $15.00 for Seniors and $2.00 for Juniors. This reflects the raise in National dues. Motion to pay our obligations for coming year. 2nd and unanimously passed. Bloodmobile is coming to Legion on Sept 22, 2003. Our usual people will again be working. We need some new ideas for "Make A Difference Day" coming in October. Bring these to Oct. meeting. Motion made and 2nd that we dona'te $100.00 to the Ortonville Ambulance Flamingo Benefit. Motion carried. Soviet Union was the largest corporation in the world, Lenin had fashioned nonsense into dogma creating capitalist enemies. Today, Middle Eastern dictators need enemies. If they invested oil riches in their own country, their people would be more wealthy than Americans. Instead, billions of dollars are invested in Swiss banks. They have a golden parachute when revolution comes. The fact is that a wealthy population cannot be oppressed. So Israel and America are necessary enemies. If we were not available, they would have to invent other enemies. Billions of dollars are spent to prevent something like democracy in Iraq. Dictators cannot Happy Birthday sang for July, survive with freedom nearby. Au,, and Sent birthdays Marie America has become "the Great Brn4byt|ispehtuter, Julia Marie Satan" killing a million corn ivery UtlL,Ettthlgren ....... ,;,,,. ., year to protect free sex. The 40 Encouraged people to think abo  million killed since legalizing abortion sending care packages to servicemen are being replaced by illegal or women overseas. Bring ideas and immigrants. Oil rich Middle East another the same day the second order went out. Reprinted here is how the soup is featured in the catalog. Their price is considerably higher, as you can see, than normal retail, due to shipping costs. ***** Hobo Soup-- Don't Let the Name Fool You, This Is a Meal Fit for Royalty This soup was the brainchild of a small-town newspaper- man from Ortonville, Minn., who in 1953 went into the local hobo camps tn search of a feature story. As a result he was treated to old-fashioned home- made hobo soup and felt the world should share in this down-to- earth cuisine. Made with beans, potatoes, carrots, tomatoes, celery, onions, and turnips, and flavored with bacon to give it a satisfying smoky taste, this thick and hearty vegetable soup is literally a meal in itself. Simply heat and eat. lS oz. can #S 3 Cans Hobo Soup $9.90 **tO** Word today from for- mer resident and long. time reader, Monte Zehringer, now of Eden Prairie. He sends a death notice "of an Ortonville boy...Gordon K. Petrick, 87, who was in Co. "L" of the 135th Infantry. He was a mess Sgt. in our compa- ny kitchen, and he left with the original Company when it was called to active duty in 1941. Nice talking with you on the phone the other day, Jim." You'll find the obituary for Petrick elsewhere this issue. ***** Three games a season does not make...but what a great start our Minnesota Gophers and Vikings are off to...both currently having 3-0 records to start the season. In addi- tion, it looks like our Twins have clinched another Division title, head- ing to the playoffs for a second straight year. And with starters Radke and Milton coming on strong of late, they are perhaps playing the best baseball in the majors right now. $5.00 to each - Jean Belgum family and Darlene Schroeder family. Calendars have been given to deliverers. names to meeting in October if possible. No further business, meeting adjourned. Prairie Five menu Reservations may be made by calling the Senior Center. When requesting a meal call the Senior Center the day prior to eating at 839- 3555 before 5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23 Build-A-Burger, Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Jello/Topping, Whole Wheat Bun Wednesday, Sept. 24 Chicken Breast/Dijon, Wild Rice Blend, Coleslaw, Fruit Crisp, Raisin Bread Thursday, Sept. 25 Meat/Croissant, Macaroni/ Vegetable pickle, Fresh Fruit Cup Friday, Sept. 26 Pork Chop, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Squash, Cookie or Bar, WW Dinner Roll Monday, Sept. 29 Swiss Steak, Seasoned Mash Potato, Creamed Corn, Pudding, Whole Wheat Bread Tuesday, Sept. 30 CountryStyle Ribs, Boiled Potatoes, Gravy, Three Bean Salad, Pie, WW Dinner Roll kcidet on the Imrn- Col Letters to the editor To the Editor: Hitler's tyranny needed enemies for an excuse. Domestically, the Jews fulfilled this need. Internationally, oppressive terms of WWI victors were a sufficient excuse. Stalin's tyranny also needed enemies. Although the Senior citizens club news The Ortonville Senior club met at the Senior Center on Sept. 17. Meeting called to order by Vice President Pat O'Neill in the absence of President Komis. Flag pledge was recited by all. Secretary and treasurer reports were approved as read. Purchase of coffee urn at $37.26. Checking account balance $34, 125.45. Old business was thank you to parade participants. Discussion about our trip. New business was giving $50 to Salvation Army. Motion carried to have potluck Oct. 12. All senior citizens invited. Next meeting will be Oct. 15 with Leora serving. Inez served lunch and won the door prize. Quality Collision Repair FREE LOANER VEHICLE Body Work & Painting .Glass Installation Insurance Claims .Free Estimates Located one mile north of Ortonville on Hwy. 7 t to SlOtLX Historic Pavilion)  GARY KNOLL  Call Anlime I 13201 839.2718 countries protect free sex by polygamy with easy divorce. But male responsibility is required. Killing the pre-born is forbidden Instead of making enemies of the other party, each party should campaign on reasonable issues and programs. Extreme election campaign bitterness could destroy freedom. Wesley Olson Box 142 Clinton MN 56225 ph 320-325 5565 PAINTING Need interior or exterior painting done? Call Bonny 320-734-4617 ..i -I odt v) o Will be constructing state highway projects in the area. CALL BITUMINOUS PAVING, INC. for asphalt and seal coating services. Free estimates for driveways, parking lots, roads, etc. 1-800-827-1637 Government Program now offers 100% financing for homes in small towns and rural areas of Minnesota Moderate income families living in rural areas now have the the home of their dreams- affordably Valid only in population, outside large metro areas - or in the country on New Homes Existing The home you choose can be of any size or design- income, credit worthiness and the appraised value of the hor 100% financing now available You must have adequate and dependable income You must have reasonably good credit. After purchase, you must occupy the dwelling. FREE 12 page report- "Secrets of Smart Ht ye /f you're interested in owning your own home ca//now - Fast, easy and free pre-qualification over the phone. Jamie Mittelstaedt Call Today Midstate Mortgage Ortonville www.midstatemortgage.net Your Minnesota Propane Dealers 877-252-OLTJ. www.MNPropane.com ATTE N TI ON  HIOH SCHOOL Check Out Wallet S E N I 0 RS.... gottnded ,ii( .................... ..... rlell reg. price 50 D&L Photo 1-Hour Photo 307 Main St., Milbank Across from HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8AM-5:30PM; Pioneer's Own - Per Lb. SUMMER SAUSAge ................ $2.79 Locally Grown - Per Lb. HALF A HOG .................... "1"*'/rue Per Lb. Locally Grown Beef" per QUARTERS OR SIDES Per Lb. .,.,, DELl TURKEY ..... ITALIAN & BRAT PATTIES ........................................ BUFFALO AVAILABLE ~ WE ACCEPT EBT ORTONVILLE, MN PHONE Page 2 :iNDEPENDENT Wu Not since the days when our late father Lem was attracting publicity to our area in his many-year fight for passage of the establishment of the Trojan JV Football achieves 52-6 victory over Minneota Trojans Junior Varsity football defeated Minneota last Monday, September 15, by a score of 52-6. Trojan Offense exploded behind the excellent play of the Offensive lineman and the Defense was stingy all game. Sophomore Alex Dawald hit Sophomore Chris Fellows for a 50- yard Touchdown pass to start the scor- ing. The PAT failed. On their next possession, the Trojans drove down the field and Sophomore Dan Schmeichel scored on a three-yard run. Dawald convert- ed on the two-point PAT to make the score 14-0. The Trojans scored again on their next possession as Sophomore Cory Human scored on a five-yard run. Schmeichel was successful at the two- point PAT. Minneota scored to start the sec- ond quarter, but that was the only points they managed against the stingy Trojan defense. In the second quarter, the Trojans scored twice. Schmeichel scored on a two-yard run and Freshman Justin Gruenwald ran in the two-point PAT to make the score 30-6. The final scoring in the first half came on a 90 yard pass from Dawald to Junior Cory Stattelman. The PAT failed, and the half ended 36-6 in favor of the Trojans. The third quarter was a defensive battle as neither team was able to score. In the fourth quarter, the Trojan Offense came back to life and scored twice. Schmeichel scored again on a 25 yard run, and Freshman Dylan McLain scored on the two-point PAT, making the score 44-6. The final touchdown of the game came on a 75 yard run from Freshman Cody Ringsaker. Dawald ran in the two- point PAT to end the game 52-6. Big Stone Lake Refuge, can we recall ! when a man has brought more pub- [ licity to our area than one of our Bellingham school news newer residents, Jim Larson, former- I ly of Minneapolis and a native of [ Britton, SD. Not long ago, Jim was - featured in the Mpis. Star-Tribune for his Waterfront plans on Big Stone Lake...now he's been featured by an article in last Friday's Watertown Public Opinion, for the plans he has of expanding on his recent purchase of Ortonville's Hardware store. Nice going, Jim...keep up the good work! ***** We were saddened last Friday to hear of the pass- ing of long-time friend John Von Holtum, of Edina, owner of Ortonville's Cenbank. John was preceded in death by a son, Patrick. He is survived by wife, Patricia; children, Edmund, Michael, Katherine Puffer, Ellen (James) Aitman, Elizabeth Von Hoitum, William (Amy), and John; Grandchildren, John Puffer, Ella Von Holtum, Stefani, Christopher, and Megan Von Holtum, Erin Altman, and Zane and Grace Von Hoitum. Services were held Saturday, Sept. 20, 2003, at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Edina. Memorials are preferred to the American Lung Association. Needed in school If you have any extra ice cream pails at home, we could use some in school. Please send them to either the school office or to Mrs. Haugen's PFLS classroom. Thank you. We Would also like... The upper elementary is in need of the following items for art and classroom activities. **magazines (preferably women's, such as Good Housekeeping, etc.) **clear 2-liter pop bottles with covers. We appreciate your donations! Thanks Used Equipment If you-'have a used colored TV or VCR that you no longer-want and would like to donate to the%hool, please call 568-2118. Thank you Calendar Tuesday, 9-23 3:15 GBB practice Thursday, 9-25 3:15 GBB practice Friday, 9-26 12:30 Magazine sales representative Saturday, 9-27 GBB at Milbank Unity Square 9:00 a.m. Breakfast Tuesday--egg sandwiches, cheese slices, juice and milk. Wednesday--cold cereals, granola bars, juice and milk. Auxiliary notes Thursday--french toast sticks, breakfast links, juice and milk. Friday--cherry strudel, strawberry yogurt, juice and milk. Lunch Tuesday--french toast, breakfast link, scrambled eggs, hashbrowns, orange slices, orange juice, PBJ and milk. Wednesdaymturkey roast, mashed potatoes, corn, butter bread, PBJ and milk. Thursday-lasagna, green beans, applesauce cup, banana, garlic bread, PBJ and milk. Friday--pizza, lettuce salad, fruit cup, chocolate chip cookies, PBJ and milk. By Joyce Scherer, Secretary American Legion Auxiliary Gertje Van Lith Unit 229 met at 7:30 pm on Sept. 9, 2003 at Legion Club. Fifteen members present. Hostesses were Marie Brown and Doris Scoblic. President called meeting to order. Secretary's and Treasurer's reports read and approved. It's time to do our Shower and Christmas Gifts for the Veterans at Hot Springs. Motions were made and seconded that $200.00 be used for Shower Gifts and $500.00 for Christmas Gifts. Arvilla and committee will take care of this Don't know how long the strong sales will continue on our Hobo Soup through the nation-wide catalog of The Vermont Country Store...but the activity has us excj, ted todate. The ..... Membership}sat 67.:. ....... first order was shio to Verfiaont : ............ vlrg]ma reau from tJlspatcn wnere ........ =' r   r--D .....  Cor  ley of the' Legion mid-August. Tfiig was ]611bwed by wh  n ress cut another order a week ago last was questioning y Log " Friday...only to be doubled three days medical care funding. later....and that order followed by Geneve sent Sympathy card and Our dues for 2005 will be $15.00 for Seniors and $2.00 for Juniors. This reflects the raise in National dues. Motion to pay our obligations for coming year. 2nd and unanimously passed. Bloodmobile is coming to Legion on Sept 22, 2003. Our usual people will again be working. We need some new ideas for "Make A Difference Day" coming in October. Bring these to Oct. meeting. Motion made and 2nd that we dona'te $100.00 to the Ortonville Ambulance Flamingo Benefit. Motion carried. Soviet Union was the largest corporation in the world, Lenin had fashioned nonsense into dogma creating capitalist enemies. Today, Middle Eastern dictators need enemies. If they invested oil riches in their own country, their people would be more wealthy than Americans. Instead, billions of dollars are invested in Swiss banks. They have a golden parachute when revolution comes. The fact is that a wealthy population cannot be oppressed. So Israel and America are necessary enemies. If we were not available, they would have to invent other enemies. Billions of dollars are spent to prevent something like democracy in Iraq. Dictators cannot Happy Birthday sang for July, survive with freedom nearby. Au,, and Sent birthdays Marie America has become "the Great Brn4byt|ispehtuter, Julia Marie Satan" killing a million corn ivery UtlL,Ettthlgren ....... ,;,,,. ., year to protect free sex. The 40 Encouraged people to think abo  million killed since legalizing abortion sending care packages to servicemen are being replaced by illegal or women overseas. Bring ideas and immigrants. Oil rich Middle East another the same day the second order went out. Reprinted here is how the soup is featured in the catalog. Their price is considerably higher, as you can see, than normal retail, due to shipping costs. ***** Hobo Soup-- Don't Let the Name Fool You, This Is a Meal Fit for Royalty This soup was the brainchild of a small-town newspaper- man from Ortonville, Minn., who in 1953 went into the local hobo camps tn search of a feature story. As a result he was treated to old-fashioned home- made hobo soup and felt the world should share in this down-to- earth cuisine. Made with beans, potatoes, carrots, tomatoes, celery, onions, and turnips, and flavored with bacon to give it a satisfying smoky taste, this thick and hearty vegetable soup is literally a meal in itself. Simply heat and eat. lS oz. can #S 3 Cans Hobo Soup $9.90 **tO** Word today from for- mer resident and long. time reader, Monte Zehringer, now of Eden Prairie. He sends a death notice "of an Ortonville boy...Gordon K. Petrick, 87, who was in Co. "L" of the 135th Infantry. He was a mess Sgt. in our compa- ny kitchen, and he left with the original Company when it was called to active duty in 1941. Nice talking with you on the phone the other day, Jim." You'll find the obituary for Petrick elsewhere this issue. ***** Three games a season does not make...but what a great start our Minnesota Gophers and Vikings are off to...both currently having 3-0 records to start the season. In addi- tion, it looks like our Twins have clinched another Division title, head- ing to the playoffs for a second straight year. And with starters Radke and Milton coming on strong of late, they are perhaps playing the best baseball in the majors right now. $5.00 to each - Jean Belgum family and Darlene Schroeder family. Calendars have been given to deliverers. names to meeting in October if possible. No further business, meeting adjourned. Prairie Five menu Reservations may be made by calling the Senior Center. When requesting a meal call the Senior Center the day prior to eating at 839- 3555 before 5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23 Build-A-Burger, Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Jello/Topping, Whole Wheat Bun Wednesday, Sept. 24 Chicken Breast/Dijon, Wild Rice Blend, Coleslaw, Fruit Crisp, Raisin Bread Thursday, Sept. 25 Meat/Croissant, Macaroni/ Vegetable pickle, Fresh Fruit Cup Friday, Sept. 26 Pork Chop, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Squash, Cookie or Bar, WW Dinner Roll Monday, Sept. 29 Swiss Steak, Seasoned Mash Potato, Creamed Corn, Pudding, Whole Wheat Bread Tuesday, Sept. 30 CountryStyle Ribs, Boiled Potatoes, Gravy, Three Bean Salad, Pie, WW Dinner Roll kcidet on the Imrn- Col Letters to the editor To the Editor: Hitler's tyranny needed enemies for an excuse. Domestically, the Jews fulfilled this need. Internationally, oppressive terms of WWI victors were a sufficient excuse. Stalin's tyranny also needed enemies. Although the Senior citizens club news The Ortonville Senior club met at the Senior Center on Sept. 17. Meeting called to order by Vice President Pat O'Neill in the absence of President Komis. Flag pledge was recited by all. Secretary and treasurer reports were approved as read. Purchase of coffee urn at $37.26. Checking account balance $34, 125.45. Old business was thank you to parade participants. Discussion about our trip. New business was giving $50 to Salvation Army. Motion carried to have potluck Oct. 12. All senior citizens invited. Next meeting will be Oct. 15 with Leora serving. Inez served lunch and won the door prize. Quality Collision Repair FREE LOANER VEHICLE Body Work & Painting .Glass Installation Insurance Claims .Free Estimates Located one mile north of Ortonville on Hwy. 7 t to SlOtLX Historic Pavilion)  GARY KNOLL  Call Anlime I 13201 839.2718 countries protect free sex by polygamy with easy divorce. But male responsibility is required. Killing the pre-born is forbidden Instead of making enemies of the other party, each party should campaign on reasonable issues and programs. Extreme election campaign bitterness could destroy freedom. Wesley Olson Box 142 Clinton MN 56225 ph 320-325 5565 PAINTING Need interior or exterior painting done? Call Bonny 320-734-4617 ..i -I odt v) o Will be constructing state highway projects in the area. CALL BITUMINOUS PAVING, INC. for asphalt and seal coating services. Free estimates for driveways, parking lots, roads, etc. 1-800-827-1637 Government Program now offers 100% financing for homes in small towns and rural areas of Minnesota Moderate income families living in rural areas now have the the home of their dreams- affordably Valid only in population, outside large metro areas - or in the country on New Homes Existing The home you choose can be of any size or design- income, credit worthiness and the appraised value of the hor 100% financing now available You must have adequate and dependable income You must have reasonably good credit. After purchase, you must occupy the dwelling. FREE 12 page report- "Secrets of Smart Ht ye /f you're interested in owning your own home ca//now - Fast, easy and free pre-qualification over the phone. Jamie Mittelstaedt Call Today Midstate Mortgage Ortonville www.midstatemortgage.net Your Minnesota Propane Dealers 877-252-OLTJ. www.MNPropane.com ATTE N TI ON  HIOH SCHOOL Check Out Wallet S E N I 0 RS.... gottnded ,ii( .................... ..... rlell reg. price 50 D&L Photo 1-Hour Photo 307 Main St., Milbank Across from HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8AM-5:30PM; Pioneer's Own - Per Lb. SUMMER SAUSAge ................ $2.79 Locally Grown - Per Lb. HALF A HOG .................... "1"*'/rue Per Lb. Locally Grown Beef" per QUARTERS OR SIDES Per Lb. .,.,, DELl TURKEY ..... ITALIAN & BRAT PATTIES ........................................ BUFFALO AVAILABLE ~ WE ACCEPT EBT ORTONVILLE, MN PHONE Page 2 :iNDEPENDENT Wu