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Extension report Good old days in the Ortonville area III Eric Vogel Regional Extension Educator Community Youth Development Kandiyohi County Extension Office Willmar, MN 320/231-7890 MISUNDERSTANDING CONTEXT CAN LEAD TO MISUNDERSTANDING Lisa was part of a discussion group that met each week for a graduate class on leadership and service learning. Part of the class involved volunteering at an agency in the Twin Cities. She chose a locked institution for adolescent boys. AlL One day Lisa ,I arrived in tears for our discussion group having just returned from her volunteer assignment. It had not gone well. The activity she had attempted was a trust building activity involving blindfolding half the boys to be led around the grounds by a partner. But these boys had grown up in a world without trust -- a truly unfamiliar concept. They knew nobody they could trust and had not learned to be trustable themselves. When Lisa put the blindfolds on them she put them in a world that was as alien and dangerous as the moon and they would have none of it. They rebelled. She had done this activity as a teen and had led it with other groups from more fortunate backgrounds where it had gone well and where the participants learned and grew from the experience. Initially, she was at a loss to see what went wrong except that the boys were simply misbehaving. During our discussion she talked about wanting to give them some of the positive experiences she had known as a teen growing up in rural Minnesota. She thought they could benefit from the same experiences from which she had benefited. But for the boys she was working with it was just too much to ask. She lacked understanding of their "context". According to Webster's Dictionary, "context" is the set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation or event; in this case the circumstances of a child's life. The context for Lisa's boys was so different than her own that she could not rely just on her own experiences to help them. How is your context different than that of the youth in your life? Growing up in different decades makes for different contexts. There are many different family types and each creates a different context for its members. Our mentors, experiences, living conditions, and culture factor in as well. As neighbors, friends, and youth workers we need to understand the context of the kids we live around and work with. As in Lisa's case, differences led to misunderstanding, and misunderstanding prevented her from being of any help to them. Participants in Youth Work Matters classes (formerly known as MN BEST) discuss how to meet youth needs in the context of the youth they work with. A session is underway in Fergus Falls and the next session will be held in Alexindria starting September 25. Communities that would like to host a Youth Work Matters program can get more information by contacting their local Extension Office. Eric Vogel is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in Community Youth Development serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone County. Zehringer and Tom Anderson. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girl to Mr. and 'Mrs. Lee Johnson of Ortonville and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Grossman of Ortonville. Extension report John Cunningham County Extension Director Big Stone County Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-2518 DATES TO REMEMBER: Oct. 5 - 4-H Awards Program at Clinton Memorial Building Oct. 5 - 11 - National 4-H Week Oct. 13 - Columbus Day - County Offices will be open Oct. 20 - 4-H Livestock committee meeting at CMB (6:30 p.m.) - 4-H Federation Meeting at CMB (7:30 p.m.) followed by the Ambie meeting (9:00). J THREE OF A KIND, as they all loved people. Photo was taken sometime in the 1970s at the Wayzata Sportacular...a fundraiser for Gopher athletics. At left is Jay Dyer, Minneapolis businessman who became one of the owners of the Vikings. In center is late Independent publisher Lem Kaercher and at right is late Twins owner, Cal Griffith. Cal's second wife is the former Belva Block of Ortonville. 10 YEARS AGO Sept. 28, 1993 Wendell and Judy Hills received their pins for being members of the Laurel Crown Chapter of the Eastern Star for 50 years. The Bellingham Farmers Elevator made equity pay- ments to members 85 years or older, which amounted to $36,029.89. Three foreign exchange students are making their home in Ortonville for the school year. They are Carolina Restelli of Brazil, staying with the Richard Karn family, Gustavo Jurado of Columbia with the Dean and Anita Longnecker family and Steinunn Magnusdottir of Iceland with the Tom Tobin family. The Fall and Winter Auto guide was part of this paper. 25 YEARS AGO Sept. 20, 1978 Cleo Sealey retired as Correll's postmaster on Sept. 8th after 32 years of postal ser- vice. Kathy Henkelman has been appointed as officer-in- charge of the Correll post office. Mike Hunt is playing with the Green Bay Packers after starring with OHS and the Minnesota Gophers. Ducks Unlimited banquet was held Sunday. Members of the committee planning the event were pictured and include Duane Stock, Jack Loula, Ed Kiernat. Jack f \\; 50 YEARS AGO Oct. 8, 1953 Charlotte Hillstrom has taken over the position of local news reporter and bookkeeper at the Ortonville Independent office left vacant by the resig- nation this week of Arlene VonEschen who will be an October bride. Ortonville's treasure hunt has been postponed until early summer next year. which would be more appropriate weather wise for the project. Six members of the Ortonville FFA Chapter will be attending the National Convention and Livestock Judging contest in Kansas City. They include Van Dimberg, Jerry Loy, Keith Voeltz, Bradley Gustafson, Harlen Hansen and Everne Danielson. Five birthg were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bissett of Clinton are parents of a boy, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ronning of Big Stone City, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mack of Ortonville, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Allan Cameron of Wilmot, S.D. and a son to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pyle Jr. of Ortonville. LANE From the Files of Ortonville 70 YEARS Sept. 14, 1933 Supt. L.W. BroWn elected chairman of the committee of the Scout organization Burma was named Master to succeed F Karn. Work has started on bridge over the river near the Warren Schoen was as the class presic Ortonville senior officers elected were McNiff and Esther Officers of the Violet Taylor, Jayn and Virginia Beck. officers include Harland Hasslen and Verheul. Arthur Pufahi, Theresa and Lorraine Hausauer. Sixteen neigh friends of L.C. to his assistance lowing a disastrous fire. This column sponsored in part by Nelson Electri Brent Nelson Cornmercial& Residential Wiring - Licensed & Bonded in MN & Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839.2631 ( Check out our web site at www.ortonvilleindependent.com ,nil{ion in in,an ia[ a.ppo00t ill p.00chaae the/14 d00ank 74 c00oapital! Mab/Adams Don & Bevedy Suth James & Charlotte Farrell Hunt Chiropractic Jeffrey & Cordne McCulloch Dr. Peter & Camille Reynen David & Shelly Welter Dale & Pare kaelman Joseph & Betsy Adetman Thomas & Joan Abe Steve & Peggy Ahles Joyce M. Allan Amencan Evangelical Lutheran Church Enc & Anita Anderson James & Nancy Anderson Ronald & Unda Anderson Wilford Anderson Estate Kirk & Janis Baldwin , Harold Badund Norman & Jeannette Badund Larry & Evonna Bear Wayne & Barb Bear James & Karan Bahrans Dick & Deanie Barans Lance & Shella Bian* Big Stone Therapies Lester & Nancy Bioern Dr. Kevin & Mary Bjordaht Willard & Janice Beck Ead & Helen Bahlan Michael & Patricia Buhlan Floyd Bohn Orval & DOdll Bohn George Boos Boos, Grajczyk & Larson Boy Scout Troop #45 Gordon & Norma Bracht" Russell & Mudel Brecht Dr. Mark A. & Jan Bierschbach Drs. Rodney & Michelle Brandenburger Dave Bud Dr. & Mrs. Gerald Fields Made Bud Richard & Kern/Fish Vance & Nadeane BUd Russel & Margaret Fischer Madene Bury Leo P. Flynn Estate Mede & Joann Busjahn Dick & Carol Forster Mady & Deb Buttke Sid & Nancy Fosheim James & Erna Cahlll Doug & LaVonne Fraasch Michael & Usa Campbell o Stanley & Clarice Frogner Delmer & Batty Cardwetl Jim & Sue Gesswein Norman & Luella Chnetensan Geesweln Motors, Inc. Bill & Judy Coester Great Western Bank Ullian M Colberg Margaret Gill Community State Bank Dave & Stacy Gonzenbach Conroy Eye Care Max & Jeanne Gonzanbach Delwyn & Delods Cross Greg & Antonette Grajczyk '13m & Patty Czmowski Elizabeth Grams Dahle's Dairy, Inc. Bruce & Jane Granquist Dairy Production Services, Inc. Grant County BR 6812 Dakota Granite Grant County Christian Service Dakota Insurance Agency Grant County Implement Dan's Pharmacy Grant County Review Orville & Diane Dauwan Erma Hansen Jack & Faye Davenport Leone Hanson Perry & Madene Dockte Hanlon Furniture & Carpet Doug & Peggy Dohrer James & Sonia Hartman David & Madlyn Dorestt Lavergne H. Hedman Melvin & Elaine Ebsan Francis Heffeman Gladyl Eddy Phyllis Henze Ken Ehling Ken & Julie Hermans Marion Emanuel Kirby Hans En'hanuel Patterson Funeral Home Marvin Hopowetl Edna Englund Edward F Hubl Doris Enquist Lucille Hubl E.E. & Leitha Iverson Roger & Irene McCullooh Reynen Bike-A-Then Contributors Dorothy Wendland Arthur & Beverly Jacobsen Donald & Mary Mead Delons Richards James & Sherrell Wandland Ar'lhur & Edna Jann Hazel Meyers Wayne & Pat Schad Whetstone Valley Electric Conperatlve Donna Johnson Mldlend Publishing Companies Dean & Leone Schiefelbein Whetstone Valley Rodeo Association Jeff & Kathy Jones Millnk Lumber, Inc. Dale & Bonnie Schulte Barry & Debbie Whipkey Clarence & Phyllis Justice Esther Miottel William & Jilt schuneman Ruth Wibbans Ken & Rata Karels Milbank High School. Class of 1962 William & Lucilte Seiverson Jim & Virginia Wilson Ken & Mar)ode Keller J.M. Mill=Ink Foundetlon Steve & Gail Selgepy Duane & Alice Winquist Milbank Kiwanis Club MIINnk Lodge No. 20 Jason & Valerie Seurer Mark & Tara Wolff Chades Koch .tim & Shella Miller Dale & Mary Skoog .timothy & Diane Yerdon Alan & Darcy Koeokedtz Michael & Norma Misterak Jack & Linda Stangel Jody & LeAnn Kuper Mabel Mitchell Leonard & Lois Stanget Kurtz Family/KMSD Radio Chades & Sherry Monson .tim & Sue Stenget In Memory Of: Jane M. LaRoche Andrew & lona Mors Al & Diane Stewart Clanmae L. Dadeon Gerald & JoAnn LalYoe Mundwiler Funeral Home Jason & Susan Stinson Gene Dodder Dale & Marianne I.antis .timothy & Tana Mundwiler Ralph J. & Lois J. Stinson Gerald Folk Mannus & Ardith Larson Chades & Maria Myklegard Harold & Adene Stul:Yce Haretd Haiverson Richard & Susan Larson Rebecca Neefu$ Super 8 Motel Milbank Harold Handncks Late Night Catechism Cootnbutors Rudolph & Manlyn Nef Kevin & Enn Tetzlaff DOb Hicks Mark & Susan Leddy Philip & Evelyn Nelson E.L. & Alice Thietke Justin Maass Scott & Sarah Lepke Northwestern Corporation Larry & Janet Trepp Jim Peters . Arvid & Janet Liebe Ottertail Power Company Patncia Trapp Bobby Shank Uebe Drug Randal & Robin Patnoe Carlyle & Eunice Trygstad Donald'Ducky" Smith Unda's Norm Patterson Family United Hardware Marwood W. Wise Gary & Cheryl Undeman Lois A. Pay USO Show Contributors Hadan & Janet Loesohke James & Petdcia Peters Valley Liquor James Loeschke James & Jane Peterson Valley Office Products, Inc. Michael J. Match Gregory Pew Valley Queen Cheese Factor,/ Steve & Carmen Mach Pine Hill=, Golf Club Henry& Janet Van Sarreek Dr, N.C. & Carol Madsen Pro-Tac Roofing, Inc. Ollie Vetter Arthur & Ede Magedanz Red Hat Society Dr. Crispin & Nancy Webb * BOLD TYPE Indlaatu Charles & Donna Magedanz Quentin & tva Rethke Mark & Michelle Weper new or renewed eupporter Gone & Cleo Mann Donald & Evelyn Reynen Wells Fargo Bank - Milbank "hank lo. to all the 6.aineaaea and indiuiduala oho'ue volunteered thei time, iuen anonmoaa{ l and donated aeuicea o'i podacta to the .ndaiaZn eot to aeaiet the aommunit I in pachaaing the hoapital! [eaee look o,mad to o. monthl .pdate o/ .nd '23,ire Sappo,te,a. rl I I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I I I Milbank Area Hospital Fundraising Donation Card | I Name ate I I Address Street City State Zip Code I Daytime Phone I My Total Gift Pay by Installment I Donor Signature Make checks payable to: I Northeast South Dakota Healthcare Foundation Hospital Fundraiser One Time $ Check # First installment amount given by Oct. 31, 2003 and second installment amount given by P.O. Box 425 I May 1, 2004. Milbank, SD 57252 "Investing in Your Healthcare... Today, Tomorrow & Always" , Northeast South Dakota ' Healthcare Foundation I P.O. Box 425 * Milbank, South Dakota 57252 I For further information, questions or if we have inadvertently left out' I information or made an error, please contact Susan Hurst, NESDHF Administrative Coordinator at (605) 432-3257. I Ill I Page 8b  INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Sept" Extension report Good old days in the Ortonville area III Eric Vogel Regional Extension Educator Community Youth Development Kandiyohi County Extension Office Willmar, MN 320/231-7890 MISUNDERSTANDING CONTEXT CAN LEAD TO MISUNDERSTANDING Lisa was part of a discussion group that met each week for a graduate class on leadership and service learning. Part of the class involved volunteering at an agency in the Twin Cities. She chose a locked institution for adolescent boys. AlL One day Lisa ,I arrived in tears for our discussion group having just returned from her volunteer assignment. It had not gone well. The activity she had attempted was a trust building activity involving blindfolding half the boys to be led around the grounds by a partner. But these boys had grown up in a world without trust -- a truly unfamiliar concept. They knew nobody they could trust and had not learned to be trustable themselves. When Lisa put the blindfolds on them she put them in a world that was as alien and dangerous as the moon and they would have none of it. They rebelled. She had done this activity as a teen and had led it with other groups from more fortunate backgrounds where it had gone well and where the participants learned and grew from the experience. Initially, she was at a loss to see what went wrong except that the boys were simply misbehaving. During our discussion she talked about wanting to give them some of the positive experiences she had known as a teen growing up in rural Minnesota. She thought they could benefit from the same experiences from which she had benefited. But for the boys she was working with it was just too much to ask. She lacked understanding of their "context". According to Webster's Dictionary, "context" is the set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation or event; in this case the circumstances of a child's life. The context for Lisa's boys was so different than her own that she could not rely just on her own experiences to help them. How is your context different than that of the youth in your life? Growing up in different decades makes for different contexts. There are many different family types and each creates a different context for its members. Our mentors, experiences, living conditions, and culture factor in as well. As neighbors, friends, and youth workers we need to understand the context of the kids we live around and work with. As in Lisa's case, differences led to misunderstanding, and misunderstanding prevented her from being of any help to them. Participants in Youth Work Matters classes (formerly known as MN BEST) discuss how to meet youth needs in the context of the youth they work with. A session is underway in Fergus Falls and the next session will be held in Alexindria starting September 25. Communities that would like to host a Youth Work Matters program can get more information by contacting their local Extension Office. Eric Vogel is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in Community Youth Development serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone County. Zehringer and Tom Anderson. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girl to Mr. and 'Mrs. Lee Johnson of Ortonville and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Grossman of Ortonville. Extension report John Cunningham County Extension Director Big Stone County Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-2518 DATES TO REMEMBER: Oct. 5 - 4-H Awards Program at Clinton Memorial Building Oct. 5 - 11 - National 4-H Week Oct. 13 - Columbus Day - County Offices will be open Oct. 20 - 4-H Livestock committee meeting at CMB (6:30 p.m.) - 4-H Federation Meeting at CMB (7:30 p.m.) followed by the Ambie meeting (9:00). J THREE OF A KIND, as they all loved people. Photo was taken sometime in the 1970s at the Wayzata Sportacular...a fundraiser for Gopher athletics. At left is Jay Dyer, Minneapolis businessman who became one of the owners of the Vikings. In center is late Independent publisher Lem Kaercher and at right is late Twins owner, Cal Griffith. Cal's second wife is the former Belva Block of Ortonville. 10 YEARS AGO Sept. 28, 1993 Wendell and Judy Hills received their pins for being members of the Laurel Crown Chapter of the Eastern Star for 50 years. The Bellingham Farmers Elevator made equity pay- ments to members 85 years or older, which amounted to $36,029.89. Three foreign exchange students are making their home in Ortonville for the school year. They are Carolina Restelli of Brazil, staying with the Richard Karn family, Gustavo Jurado of Columbia with the Dean and Anita Longnecker family and Steinunn Magnusdottir of Iceland with the Tom Tobin family. The Fall and Winter Auto guide was part of this paper. 25 YEARS AGO Sept. 20, 1978 Cleo Sealey retired as Correll's postmaster on Sept. 8th after 32 years of postal ser- vice. Kathy Henkelman has been appointed as officer-in- charge of the Correll post office. Mike Hunt is playing with the Green Bay Packers after starring with OHS and the Minnesota Gophers. Ducks Unlimited banquet was held Sunday. Members of the committee planning the event were pictured and include Duane Stock, Jack Loula, Ed Kiernat. Jack f \\; 50 YEARS AGO Oct. 8, 1953 Charlotte Hillstrom has taken over the position of local news reporter and bookkeeper at the Ortonville Independent office left vacant by the resig- nation this week of Arlene VonEschen who will be an October bride. Ortonville's treasure hunt has been postponed until early summer next year. which would be more appropriate weather wise for the project. Six members of the Ortonville FFA Chapter will be attending the National Convention and Livestock Judging contest in Kansas City. They include Van Dimberg, Jerry Loy, Keith Voeltz, Bradley Gustafson, Harlen Hansen and Everne Danielson. Five birthg were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bissett of Clinton are parents of a boy, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ronning of Big Stone City, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mack of Ortonville, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Allan Cameron of Wilmot, S.D. and a son to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pyle Jr. of Ortonville. LANE From the Files of Ortonville 70 YEARS Sept. 14, 1933 Supt. L.W. BroWn elected chairman of the committee of the Scout organization Burma was named Master to succeed F Karn. Work has started on bridge over the river near the Warren Schoen was as the class presic Ortonville senior officers elected were McNiff and Esther Officers of the Violet Taylor, Jayn and Virginia Beck. officers include Harland Hasslen and Verheul. Arthur Pufahi, Theresa and Lorraine Hausauer. Sixteen neigh friends of L.C. to his assistance lowing a disastrous fire. This column sponsored in part by Nelson Electri Brent Nelson Cornmercial& Residential Wiring - Licensed & Bonded in MN & Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839.2631 ( Check out our web site at www.ortonvilleindependent.com ,nil{ion in in,an ia[ a.ppo00t ill p.00chaae the/14 d00ank 74 c00oapital! Mab/Adams Don & Bevedy Suth James & Charlotte Farrell Hunt Chiropractic Jeffrey & Cordne McCulloch Dr. Peter & Camille Reynen David & Shelly Welter Dale & Pare kaelman Joseph & Betsy Adetman Thomas & Joan Abe Steve & Peggy Ahles Joyce M. Allan Amencan Evangelical Lutheran Church Enc& Anita Anderson James & Nancy Anderson Ronald & Unda Anderson Wilford Anderson Estate Kirk & Janis Baldwin , Harold Badund Norman & Jeannette Badund Larry & Evonna Bear Wayne & Barb Bear James & Karan Bahrans Dick & Deanie Barans Lance & Shella Bian* Big Stone Therapies Lester & Nancy Bioern Dr. Kevin & Mary Bjordaht Willard & Janice Beck Ead & Helen Bahlan Michael & Patricia Buhlan Floyd Bohn Orval & DOdll Bohn George Boos Boos, Grajczyk & Larson Boy Scout Troop #45 Gordon & Norma Bracht" Russell & Mudel Brecht Dr. Mark A. & Jan Bierschbach Drs. Rodney & Michelle Brandenburger Dave Bud Dr. & Mrs. Gerald Fields Made Bud Richard & Kern/Fish Vance & Nadeane BUd Russel & Margaret Fischer Madene Bury Leo P. Flynn Estate Mede & Joann Busjahn Dick & Carol Forster Mady & Deb Buttke Sid & Nancy Fosheim James & Erna Cahlll Doug & LaVonne Fraasch Michael & Usa Campbell o Stanley & Clarice Frogner Delmer & Batty Cardwetl Jim & Sue Gesswein Norman & Luella Chnetensan Geesweln Motors, Inc. Bill & Judy Coester Great Western Bank Ullian M Colberg Margaret Gill Community State Bank Dave & Stacy Gonzenbach Conroy Eye Care Max & Jeanne Gonzanbach Delwyn & Delods Cross Greg & Antonette Grajczyk '13m & Patty Czmowski Elizabeth Grams Dahle's Dairy, Inc. Bruce & Jane Granquist Dairy Production Services, Inc. Grant County BR 6812 Dakota Granite Grant County Christian Service Dakota Insurance Agency Grant County Implement Dan's Pharmacy Grant County Review Orville & Diane Dauwan Erma Hansen Jack & Faye Davenport Leone Hanson Perry & Madene Dockte Hanlon Furniture & Carpet Doug & Peggy Dohrer James & Sonia Hartman David & Madlyn Dorestt Lavergne H. Hedman Melvin & Elaine Ebsan Francis Heffeman Gladyl Eddy Phyllis Henze Ken Ehling Ken & Julie Hermans Marion Emanuel Kirby Hans En'hanuel Patterson Funeral Home Marvin Hopowetl Edna Englund Edward F Hubl Doris Enquist Lucille Hubl E.E. & Leitha Iverson Roger & Irene McCullooh Reynen Bike-A-Then Contributors Dorothy Wendland Arthur & Beverly Jacobsen Donald & Mary Mead Delons Richards James & Sherrell Wandland Ar'lhur & Edna Jann Hazel Meyers Wayne & Pat Schad Whetstone Valley Electric Conperatlve Donna Johnson Mldlend Publishing Companies Dean & Leone Schiefelbein Whetstone Valley Rodeo Association Jeff & Kathy Jones Millnk Lumber, Inc. Dale & Bonnie Schulte Barry & Debbie Whipkey Clarence & Phyllis Justice Esther Miottel William & Jilt schuneman Ruth Wibbans Ken & Rata Karels Milbank High School. Class of 1962 William & Lucilte Seiverson Jim & Virginia Wilson Ken & Mar)ode Keller J.M. Mill=Ink Foundetlon Steve & Gail Selgepy Duane & Alice Winquist Milbank Kiwanis Club MIINnk Lodge No. 20 Jason & Valerie Seurer Mark & Tara Wolff Chades Koch .tim & Shella Miller Dale & Mary Skoog .timothy & Diane Yerdon Alan & Darcy Koeokedtz Michael & Norma Misterak Jack & Linda Stangel Jody & LeAnn Kuper Mabel Mitchell Leonard & Lois Stanget Kurtz Family/KMSD Radio Chades & Sherry Monson .tim & Sue Stenget In Memory Of: Jane M. LaRoche Andrew & lona Mors Al & Diane Stewart Clanmae L. Dadeon Gerald & JoAnn LalYoe Mundwiler Funeral Home Jason & Susan Stinson Gene Dodder Dale & Marianne I.antis .timothy & Tana Mundwiler Ralph J. & Lois J. Stinson Gerald Folk Mannus & Ardith Larson Chades & Maria Myklegard Harold & Adene Stul:Yce Haretd Haiverson Richard & Susan Larson Rebecca Neefu$ Super 8 Motel Milbank Harold Handncks Late Night Catechism Cootnbutors Rudolph & Manlyn Nef Kevin & Enn Tetzlaff DOb Hicks Mark & Susan Leddy Philip & Evelyn Nelson E.L. & Alice Thietke Justin Maass Scott & Sarah Lepke Northwestern Corporation Larry & Janet Trepp Jim Peters . Arvid & Janet Liebe Ottertail Power Company Patncia Trapp Bobby Shank Uebe Drug Randal & Robin Patnoe Carlyle & Eunice Trygstad Donald'Ducky" Smith Unda's Norm Patterson Family United Hardware Marwood W. Wise Gary & Cheryl Undeman Lois A. Pay USO Show Contributors Hadan & Janet Loesohke James & Petdcia Peters Valley Liquor James Loeschke James & Jane Peterson Valley Office Products, Inc. Michael J. Match Gregory Pew Valley Queen Cheese Factor,/ Steve & Carmen Mach Pine Hill=, Golf Club Henry& Janet Van Sarreek Dr, N.C. & Carol Madsen Pro-Tac Roofing, Inc. Ollie Vetter Arthur & Ede Magedanz Red Hat Society Dr. Crispin & Nancy Webb * BOLD TYPE Indlaatu Charles & Donna Magedanz Quentin & tva Rethke Mark & Michelle Weper new or renewed eupporter Gone & Cleo Mann Donald & Evelyn Reynen Wells Fargo Bank - Milbank "hank lo. to all the 6.aineaaea and indiuiduala oho'ue volunteered thei time, iuen anonmoaa{ l and donated aeuicea o'i podacta to the .ndaiaZn eot to aeaiet the aommunit I in pachaaing the hoapital! [eaee look o,mad to o. monthl .pdate o/ .nd '23,ire Sappo,te,a. rl I I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I I I Milbank Area Hospital Fundraising Donation Card | I Name ate I I Address Street City State Zip Code I Daytime Phone I My Total Gift Pay by Installment I Donor Signature Make checks payable to: I Northeast South Dakota Healthcare Foundation Hospital Fundraiser One Time $ Check # First installment amount given by Oct. 31, 2003 and second installment amount given by P.O. Box 425 I May 1, 2004. Milbank, SD 57252 "Investing in Your Healthcare... Today, Tomorrow & Always" , Northeast South Dakota ' Healthcare Foundation I P.O. Box 425 * Milbank, South Dakota 57252 I For further information, questions or if we have inadvertently left out' I information or made an error, please contact Susan Hurst, NESDHF Administrative Coordinator at (605) 432-3257. I Ill I Page 8b  INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Sept"