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% OFF Starts Thursday, Oct. 1st ENTIRE" STOCK/ to Saturday, Oct. 3 rd indudingsalerackshoesandwinterboots KOROLL'S SHOES "You're the of our Success!" " Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-5:3Opm; Sat. 9am-5pm Discover, Visa & Maatercard Accepted Phone (320) 839-2867 Ortonville, MN J o h n' s C h u r c h P e t e r s o n c all s f o r p at r o I speaker. There were 48 ladies from the e winners St. John, Ortonville, celebrated its annual Church Dinner and 27, 1998. were most pleased to report that the day was indeed a success. : enjoyed the delicious Roast Beef Dinner and many others par- and outdoor activities. St. John's extends thanks to all who attended and contributed ' event. raffle drawing was held at 2:30 p.m. and the following winners by Fr. Bob ........................ Helen Dawald - anonymous ........................ Marv Hyatt Pat/Germain Kunz ...................... Bob Barr I St. John's Staff ........................ Jim Opdahl Stone Phy Ther .................. Mike Schuelke Stone Phy Ther .......... Gordon & Helen Hippen Inderieden .................... Phyll Bauer uilt/Isabel Kraemer ................ Jean Mischke ............. Mary Holmquist Harry/LaNor Mathes ............... Don Donais  Janice/Wm Powell ..................... Pat Stenzel n/Glen Ketchum ........... Sealey's Real Estate lien Excavating ................. Gertrude Guse tght Drug Gift Cert ..... Jerry's Carpet, Big Stone City ane/Oscar Streed ........... William & Janice Powell t Liz/Charlie Jones ................... Eunice Brotzel ....... Glen & Marilyn Ketchum DeiRose Karels .................... Rose Conrad Gertrude/Floyd Guse .................. Cathy Karels die Moorhead ......... Rose Christensen by Pauline Karels ................ Richard Skoog,Sr rank Weber .................. Julie Treinen Quilt/Dorothy Gmiterko ........... Estelle Devenrey Cathy Karels ............. Lance & Michelle Moen Math|son .................. Mary Hyatt by Henrich & Sons Red|Mix .......... Arnold Amberg by Henrich & Sons Red|Mix ...Larry & Susan Marsolek by Henrich & Sons Red|Mix .......... David Stolpman by Henrich & Sons Red|Mix ..... Greg & Chris Peterson by Rosella/Harold Dittes .......... Tara Knoll Huebner by Rosella/Harold Dittes ............. Sharon Kuefler by Moen Mowing ........... Mark & Barb Amundson Sharon/Gary Watkins .............. Grace Goergen Elaine/Jerry Koenen ............. Conrad Schuelke Virginia Karels .............. Jim & Eleanor Pavin Anonymous ..................... Gary Pillatzki Audrey/Don Wellendorf ..... Jim & Karen McFarlane Weilendorf Trucking .................... Virg Sis by Checkered Flag, Belling ........... Scott Bauer ................................ Terry Oakes bbby Irvin/Veronica Adelman ...... Ort. Chiropractic Clinic Mike Bredeck, Cath. Aid Rep ......... Sara Mathes Joe/Deb Berning ................... Linda Opdahl by Fran Sester ....................... Gail Maxwell by Fran Sester Y/elma Kellen by Delores Karels ...................... Mark Gere Anonymous ....................... Gary Pillatzki / /  I 1 1 i i news ./ surrounding area present. Rev. Shalom Kropfl from Zion Lutheran Church visited Margie Monson on Thursday. Lloyd and Betty Herberg of Beardsley visited George and Ruth Van Hale Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sis visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brehmer and family in Fargo last weekend. Lorene Robertson, Suzy Dinnel and Marge Lindholm represented the Ortonville United Methodist Women in a district meeting in Willmar on Saturday, Sept. 19th. High bridge players of the Friday afternoon bridge party at the Ortonville Senior Center were Ervin Pederson and Edna Saeger. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. Marvin and Joan Block were recent overnight guests of Royal and LaVay Anderson; while there they visited Orrin and.Eileen Anderson all of Circle Pines. Marvin and Joan Block traveled recently to Gettysburg, PA for Marvin's Army reunion. The men in the families came from eleven different states: South Carolina, Iowa, Minnesota, New York, New Jersey, Florida, Louisiana, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, and Maryland. While there they toured the Eisenhower farm and home and also the Civil War battlefields at Gettysburg. Marvin and Joan Block stayed recently with Jerry and Betty (Logan) Mikesche of Winchester, VA. While there they went to Skyline Caverns, a famous cave near Winchester, and other sights of interest. Ronald Monson visited Marvin and Joan Block Thursday. Court report (Week of SepL 21, 1998) DNR Jeffrey Carl Ward, Forest Lake, Unsigned Fed Stamp, Fined $15, Surcharge $24, Court Costs $15. Walter Lee Schmitz, Chokio, No State : Waterfowl Stamp, Fined $35, Surcharge , $29, Court Costs $15. / ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. Jonathan Mark Raffety, Ortonville, Crim.Damage To Prop/3rd, Fined $1500, Stayed $1000, Restitution $2018.75, Jail/Prison: 20 days Stayed 120 days for 3 years. ....... Jonathan Mark Raffety Ortonville Phone 839-2207 coffee hour atter cnurcn unaay, ept. . . ' ' Disorderly Conduct Freed $I00 e and Edna Paasche 20th in the party room of the R.V. ' " 'ri :lay, Sept. 18th to Park for Faith Sprung and Faith's ..... r United MN HIGHWAY PATROL 1st visiting with Mr. church fHen(]s [rom lat)o .... w r about Larry Lee Witte Soldotna AK )h Henriksen at Lake Methodist claurcn l nere e e ' ' , " ..... Speeding 72/55 Fined $55 Surcharge On Sunday, Sept. 20th 45 people m atten(]ance an(] lots oi 20 ' ' , . , $ Court Costs $15. together for a potluck gone wsnes  ..... " " " t her oy matnew ogens Clinton iksen's home. Kim Bolss came ana go DWI ' ' .  . ..... / 14/DUI 2nd/5 yrs Fined $1500 dell had a reunion with grandmotlaer ta]m prung atur(]ay Sta ed -750 Sure " former students from afternoon, Sept. 19th. Faith sat and  y ,.$. , .,harge $112.50, Court ........ les at LOStS ,lq-o Jan/r'rison' Ju aays tayed .ently. , watcnex] mem sort ana pack app ,, '^ ......... V Park i zu days for z yrs Pt. 20th Audrey Kocn L.aKesnore vrult farm ana ix.. . - Fest at Appleton. She Gail Johnson came Tuesday night Other guests at the Dick and took Faith for a ride down in the Ak ........... . Wildlife Refuge .,( ..... WE lie IN THE dike Hartman went to Ortonville Christian Women's Club , fl] ] !Monday, Sept. 21st met on Tuesday, Sept. 15th at the Zion t ||ILIWJUl.Jl]k :lay, Sept. 24th. They Church. The meeting opened with ;illll //I1  l the Old Dutch Potato Lori Hermanson from the Lordan  tt ,f it. Ill II r. . . ,, x.I  x --- Bill's brother Jim and Company of Big Stone Oty telhng of. L_..--].., * ,, a ,, v ,p. v, - *aa,'. otl"- / II Ii ! n r. IB Ids went along, her embroidery business. Marlys ;n returned from two '/ RRVEST ST lorado visiting her  ' N Giessinger and family Verheul and family. rnan went with Harry lake to celebrate Hilda |Sth birthday on ' / OMECOMING )Isis and her little gins aanda from Andover her dad's birthday, There was a birthday - CHECK OUT OUR DISCOUNT TABLE - , Sept. 19th for family. 'ennis Dragt hosted a 3O OFF Pretty BLACK HILLS GOLD T liSa.k, ea.r, m=,Ct Christopher Alex LUCK Trojan TeamS! SPECIAL OCTOBER SALE ON Onieda Stainless Flatware to inspect Canadian imports Rep. Doug Peterson has sent a let- ter to Gov. Arne Carlson asking him to order the State Patrol to begin aggres- sive inspections of Canadian trucks hauling grain and livestock into Minnesota. "These Canadian imports are dri- ving Minnesota farmers out of our own markets, and contributing to the depression in farm prices," Peterson, of rural Madison, said. "We can't count on the federal government to begin stepped up border inspections, so Minnesota and other Midwest states need to act on their own. That's why I wrote to the Governor asking for action." The Governors of North and South Dakota recently ordered their state police forces to begin checking Canadian grain and livestock trucks for weight and other trucking viola- tions. They are also inspecting loads of livestock for appropriate veterinary certifications. As a result, thousands of southbound Canadian trucks have switched from 1-29 to U.S. Hwys. 75 and 59 in western Minnesota. "Minnesota now faces a two- pronged problem," Peterson explained. "First, we have Canadian grain and livestock flooding our mar- kets. But the thousands of trucks that have been diverted from the Interstate onto Minnesota's two-lane highways pose a significant safety threat to our citizens. What's more, Canada allows trucks to weigh up to 138,000 pounds, far above Minnesota's 80,000-pound limit. Such heavy traffic can't help but damage our highways." Peterson, who lives on Hwy 75 south of Madison, said he has seen a "virtually constant" stream of south- bound Canadian trucks passing his farm. "This is a real and immediate threat to Minnesotans," he said. "We can't change NAFTA and we can't change the currency exchange rate. But we can protect our farmers' access to markets and we can keep our highways safe. We ought to be doing that, and doing it aggressively." Legion to host fall conference Legionnaires from Big Stone City's Gertje-Van Lith Post 229 will host the District IV Fall Conference on Wednesday, Sept. 30th. A training session for all Legionnaires begins at 5 p.m.; concurrently a session will also be held for members of the auxiliary. Supper will be served at 7 p.m. with the general session beginning at 8. Legionnaires from four counties will attend - Roberts, Day, Marshall and Grant - representing 20 posts. A special invitation goes to the host Post Legionnaires, both at the 5 p.m. and the 8 p.m. sessions. MINNWEST BANK ORTONVILLE Will Move To Its New Location At 21 SE SECOND STREET on SATURDAY, OCT. 3RD DRIVE-UP OPEN 9-12 LOBBY CLOSED OLD LOCATION OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL MONDAY, OCT. 5TH AT NEW LOCATION MINNWEST BANK ORTONVILLE /NNVEST BANK GROUP Tribute to America's Heartland FOUR in,=,: ............ i HEARTLAND : ,,,D,,:_____: _CAKES : ] trom our -! crm .................. : Bakery Dept. PANASONIC ; uza/=zz, i ,,,, ,,, I-,-, ,-,i,,-,r, COLOR T.V. i I ........  ..... j oac00 woo00 Jm. Clatqutt  USDA Choice Beef ,mi'nn Boneless B_a-a_n_as lhuckRoast  _' .JIL onPuso14-19o  ,  --. UlJlr   oats . Apple  Toasted O'S ,1 3 Oz. pkg., Flvoz'lte 0ritecere00/0000 "/(:i* _., 24 PACK for   12 OZ. CANS ....... .............. PEPSI & | 14 OZ. BAG, SELECTED VARIETIES | d'k IIlk OLD DUTCH I I POTATO CHIPS | Buy One, || Get One Free | ! | I Coupon e,,ires Sunday, Oct. 4, 1998 . . I Coupon good at Bill's Super Valu Plus, Ortonville, MN. J I ......................... J PRODUCTS Bill's Super Valu Plus Ortonville, MN 56278 WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE STORE HOURS: Monday thru Saturday 8:00 am-9:00 pm; Sunday 9:00 am-5:00 pm PHONE 320-839-2583 29, 1998  INDEPENDENT Page 5