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Lane of Bloomington, Lynnette (Steve) Ruter of Forest Lake, Lenore Clark and friend Warren of Choctaw, OK., four brothers; Arden (friend Marsha) of New London, Glenn (Hazel) of Rosemount, Arian of New London, and her special friend and brother Alan also of New London. mother-in-law Dorothy Maynard el Howard Lake, and several nieces and nephews as well as great-nieces and nephews. Jean was preceded in death by her parents, father-in-law and two brother- in-laws. t ' !'. HIGH SCHOOL'S CLASS of 1962 held its 40th reunion Saturday at the Ortonville Golf clubhouse. Class members are left to Jerry Hanratty, Cheryl (Lindman) Hiemenz, Arlen Stevenus, Ted Parent, Aggie (Roelke) Stueve, Sharyl (George) Burt, James Marcia (Porkkonen) Kawecki, Karen (McEwen) Voeltz, Carol (Sealey) Bipes, Kathy (Hausauer) Dayton, Joan (Giese) Clifton, ) Maher, Nancy (Semmler) Scoblic, Dale Carlson. Third row: Betty (Mielitz) Smith, Ardyce (Larson) Nikolaisen, Curt Don Gerhardt. Fourth row: Willard Campbell, Sharon (McCormick) Gentzler, Susan (Gerhardt) Gaffney, LaVae (Odden) nn, Curt Gjengdahl, Jack Weber, Rich Sauer. Inset left to right: Dave Hegge, Renee (Thomas) Lindahl, Allen Gerber. Lee Funeral Home of Patty, Mrs. Music was presented by Sandy Tucholke, organist and the St. Lawrence Funeral Choir. Patricia Marie (Brotzel) Lee was born Feb. 3, 1956, at Milbank, SD; the daughter of Joseph and Helen (Scheff) Brotzel. She attended school at St. Lawrence Catholic School and Milbank High School. She was united in marriage on March 14, 1972 with Darwin D. Mueller. She later was united in marriage on Nov. 16, 1991, at Milbank. Lambertz, OSB burial was in the Ortonville. Watertown, SD with Mark Lee. Patty was born and raised in Milbank and was living in rural Ortonville. She was employed in gardening and traveling. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Darwin. Patty Lee is survived by her husband, Mark of rural Ortonville; her parents: Joseph Brotzel and Helen Brotzel, both of Milbank; one son: Jeremy Mueller of Elberton, Georgia; one daughter Jennifer and husband Jimmy Tiller of Lexington, GA. Two granddaughters: Macie and Katelynn Tiller of Lexington, GA. Two brothers: Steve and wife Michelle Brotzel of Big Stone City, SD; and Kenny and wife Stacey Brotzel of Milbank. Five sisters: Becky DeBoer of Milbank; Marijo and husband Kim Kosse of Milbank; Nancy and husband Denny Bohn of Milbank; Julie and husband George Mertens of Milbank and Darla and husband David Paul/ of Milbank. Her mother in law: Mrs. Barbara Lee of Ortonville. Several nieces and nephews. The Mundwiler Funeral Home of Milbank was in charge of the arrangements. Pallbearers were telemarketing with Telnct in Milbank. Telnet and Dakota She was baptized and confirmed in pallbearers the Catholic faith at St. Lawrence ,- !, Mike Lee, George Catholic Church. " David Paul/, She enjoyed spending time with Kosse. her granddaughters, enjoyed Monday, Sept. 30th 'til 7:00 PM Wednesdays Tanning Beds facial tanners etle problems or skin conditions) with FREE Local Delivery! Candles. Small Gift Items or try our made or create your own. are all natural and homemade t. Soy (soot free), Greeting Card, Melting Pots & Tarts, Triple Twist BATH - Body Yogurt (#1 seller) Dust, Light Lotion, Body Scrubs, Body Parfait, Bath Salts "8=30-7.'00, T,Th,F 8":30 1-oo-12, Closed Sunclap /! EVERYDAY LOW PRICE HOUSE OF Ortonville, MN 320-839-7133 Jean Maynard Memorial services were held un Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Zahrbock Funeral Chapel of Madison, for Jean Maynard. Rev. Kirk Meseck officiated at this service. Special music was provided by pianist Eunice Hegg and soloist Steve Ruter. Jean Ann Onberg Maynard was born Feb. 22, 1949, to Axel and Eleanora (Mortensbak) Onberg at Clarkfield. She was the 6th of 10 children. Jean was baptized on April 3, 1949 and confirmed on May 3, 1964 at the Yellow Medicine Lutheran Church of Hanley Falls. She attended schools in Hanley Falls, Wood Lake and graduated from Atwater in 1967. During her life she worked at Sears in Minneapolis, Mayflower based out of Georgia, Tinker Air Force in Oklahoma, with her most recent job being at Telex in Glencoe. On May 10, 1976, she was united in marriage to Rollie Maynard in Milbank, SD. In their 26 years of marriage they made their home in Atwater, Florida, Georgia, Litchfield, Oklahoma and finally in Brownton. Prior to her illness, Jean found great pleasure in spending her spare time vegetable and flower gardening, fishing (especially for catfish), hosting an annual family fishing contest, feeding all birds with hummingbirds being her favorite ones, having family and friends stay in their special guest room, spending time with her grandchildren, country western music, and last but not least, sharing her "special recipe" potato salad at outings. Jean was a great cook, a great sister and a wonderful person. After a lengthy battle with breast-cancer, Jean, at age 53, went to be with her Savior on Sept; 14, 2002, at the Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park, surrounded by family members. Jean is survived by her husband Roll/e, step-daughters Beth (Kirby) Bomstad of Lake Lillian, Becky (Randall) Bunn of Pennock, step- grandchildren; Brittney, Gabrielle Bomstad, Ethan Bunn, five sisters; Judy (Kenneth) Naab of Wood Lake, Ilene Benesh of Rosemount, Diane MOIOP5 Noah Hwy. 75 Ortonvflle, MN 56278 (next to EconoLodge) Call Dustin today at 320-839-3333 Res. 320-839-3327 If Dustin doesn't have the car you want, he'll order it for you. MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM! / . .~ Cadillac El Dorado Heated Leather Seats, Chrome. Miles - Book Price $2.2,500 8411e Price $15,900 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue V6, Auto, Air, Tilt, Cruise, Power Windows, Locks and Seats, 62,000 Miles $7,995 First English Lutheran to celebrate 75 yrs. The anniversary committee of First English Lutheran Church in Ortonville has set Sunday, Oct. 6, 2002 as the day to celebrate their 75th anniversary. The congregation was formed in the late 1920's during the great depression, and was organized as the First Lutheran Church in Ortonville to use english as the language for the entire worship service. The current church building at the corner of Jackson Ave. and 3rd St. was built in 1939 using local granite and labor. God has blessed the congregation greatly throughout the years. The Celebration on Sunday, Oct. 6 will be a time to celebrate these gifts. The day will include a church service at 10:30 a.m., a catered luncheon at noon followed by a program at 1:30 featuring the former pastors, staff . members and others who have served the congregation, as well as sons and daughters of EE.L.C. serving Christ's church in other places. All who feel a strong tie to First English either currently or in the past are encouraged to join us on this day of celebration and thanks giving for God's gifts to this congregation. Council to hear into on tourism This is an announcement of gathering of the City Council at a special event at the Dancing Bean at 6 P.M. today, Tuesday, Sept. 24th. City Council members will gain information on the economics of tourism from Dave Vogel, Regional Manager of MN Office of Tourism. 60,000 Mile Limited Treadwear Warranty S-Speed Rated Steel Belted Construction All Season Performance SUPREME Si $6795 P205/70R 15 WHITEWALL BLACK WALL PRICE P185/70R 14 ........ $59.95 P 195/70R 14 ........... 61.95 P185/65R 14 .......... 66.95 P  95/65R 14 ........... 68.95 0205/65R15 ........... 73.95 P215/60R16 ........... 61.95 WHITE STRIPE PRICE It-" P 165/80R 13 ........ $51.95 P 175/80R 13 ........... 52.95 P185/80R 13 .......... 53.95 P 185/75R 14 .......... 61.95 0185/70R14 ........... 61.95 P 195f75R 14 ........... 62.95 WHITE STRIPE PRICE P205/70R 14 ........ $63.95 P205/75 R 14 ........... 63.95 P2QS/75R 15 ........... 66.95 P215/75R 15 ........... 68.95 P225/75R15 ........... 70.95 P235/75R15 ........... 73.95 4-WHEEL COMPUTERIZED ALIGNMENT Computer.optimized tread pitch sequencing for quiet ride, Two steel belts and polyester cord body for strength and smooth, comfortable ride. Full depth slpes for wet traction and less hydroplaning, 45,000 mile limited Black Wall treadwear warranty. Pt 75/70R13 White stripe sidewall and P185/70Rt4 black waft styling, P195/7OR14 Price $ 48.95 53.95 54.95 Price White Stripe Price p155/80R 13 $ 42.95 P 165/80R 13 46.95 P175/80R 13 48.95 P185/80R13 49.95 P185/75R14 51.95 P 195f75R 14 52.95 White Stripe P205/70R 14 $ 58.95 P205/75R 14 54.95 P205t75R15 57.95 P215/75R15 59.95 P225/75R15 6t .95 P235/75 R 15 64.95 L,md Mdeaf, a#t$l Tit We;it Ou; BtlQiloillllrlfg$1ol'l wall lepl:e your tiles on j pto*talel baS d Ihey ($0 ho( ;hle the guatanleed mle=te Aclus! It(lad hlo may v;llry Cetlln eCOplt'$ rlO ,e$1ttcllotts may apply See us [or ;m c, py o! Ihe wttanly. SpeeO fallng a I'e $a|ely mlotmalloro Assistance signup set for apple growers The deadline to sienup t,r /tic Apple Market l.o'sAssistancc Program (AMI_AP-II) is ('OB this Thursday, Sept. 26.20()2. AMI.AP-1I will pro,.idc about $75 million to eligible grower', tot their 2000-crop apple prduction. The payments will help oftset econ,,talc h)sses due t() h)w prices in the [!S apple market. Growers can receive a paylnent per pound for their 21)()0-cr(q apple production, and they will be paid (m a maximum of five million p(mnds per separate apple peration. Eligible apple producers nccd to complete an application at their local Farm Service Agency (t:SA by the deadline, t( receive benefits. Regulations for AMLAP-III are being developed and signup dates will be provided at a later date. Canned goods at homecoming for food shelf "Canby Can Be Canned" is the theme for this week's OIlS Homecoming week. The elementary students will be bringing a can of food to carry in tle Homecoming Parade on Friday. At the end of the parade, the tnd will be collected and brought I{ the Big Stone County Food Shell In the high school, students have been challenged to bring in 150 canned foods. If they are successful, a group of leachers and coaches will have to run the Trojan Crusher at the Pep Fest on Friday. All foods collected will be donated to the food shclf. Come out and support our Trojans at athletic, school, and other Homecoming events! Markets No. 1 Wheat ...................... 4.73 Soybeans ............................ 5.23 Corn ................................... 2.27 Sept. 24, 2001 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 2.86 Soybeans ........................... 4,23 Corn ................................... 1.62 24, 2002 INDEPENDENT Page 5 I []