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old days in the Ortonville area CarvelI-Konstant vows told DAYS, Erv Mikkelson looked like this when he for the Ortonville Rox baseball team. Year of photo sometime in the late 1950s or 1960s. Those were coaching basketball, football and baseball at OHS, e athletic director and principal. AGO 1992 is clos- housing the for the past 60 and Margo named king and for the Homecoming. and Holly ; Crown bearers. Johnson of the fith Lutheran lis first hole in : 17th hole at the Sorenson was 21 as the She 25 YEARS AGO Sept. 28, 1977 Ortonville's Ecklund Funeral Home will now be known at the Ecklund-Larson Funeral Home. Paul Larson has purchased an interest in the funeral home. Jackeline Leiva of Honduras will be a foreign exchange student in Ortonville this year and will be making her home with the Tom Anderson family. Appleton school represen- tatives have turned the Correll school building over to the city of Correll. Over 400 persons attended Ethel Kockx Day reception at the J.C. Penney store. Glenn Nelson and Richard Amberg were featured in the Know your merchant series. Boelke has position Reminder school slumber parties we need Parents hosting the notes from the ldren planning to need the notes to of the parents know so that no one is s at bus departure cooperation. Fair was held light of the Open success! From of books sold, the $600 in free books. We 'eryone who school news Fair. Whether it was moving boxes, setting up the display, working at the Book Fair, taking everything down, putting tables away, hauling boxes out and cleaning up--your help was appreciated very much! We had a drawing for $50 worth of books and a drawing for all of the posters that were on display. Congratulations to the numerous winners. f 50 YEARS AGO Oct. 16, 1952 " Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sigloh were feted on Sunday in observance of their 50th wedding anniversary. Their anniversary is Nov. 12th. Big Stone county 4-H'ers won purple ribbons at the Livestock show in St. Paul last week. Karen Gustafson and Harold Gibson Jr. won in the beef and Donald Henkelman with his lamb. Fire at the Farmers Union storage building yesterday spread to the offices of the building. No estimate had been placed on the loss at press time. Baritone Jerome Delgehausen was the winner of the Talent contest at the high school auditorium last night. Beatrice Behrens and Verlyn Shelstad were married Oct. 4 at the Zion Lutheran Church in Appleton. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girlto Mr and Mrs. Raymond Gerber of Odessa, a boy to Mr. and Mrs William Asmus of Herman and a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rausch of Big Stone City. 70 YEARS AGO Sept. 29, 1932 Class elections have occu- pied the attention of the Ortonville high school this week. Seniors named Glenn Reichert, Sheldon McGee and DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The Ortonville Independent Genevieve Daly as their offi- cers; juniors named Gustav Holmquist, Doris Sorenson and Warren Schoen; sopho- mores named Norman Leigh, Violet Taylor and Virginia Beck and freshmen named Mildred Horkey, Clayton Pflueger and Gerald Bogenrief. A new coffee shop will open Saturday in the Masonic building. C. A. Dunn of Hendricks is the proprietor of the shop. Members of the Rod and Gun Club are taking steps to buy or lease a ten acre plot of ground for a new trap shooting location. Esther Holtquist and Alvin Swenson were married Wednesday afternoon at the Zion Lutheran Church in Ortonville. ,  , ,, r This column sponsored in part by Nelson Electric Brent Nelson Commercial & Residential Wiring - Licensed & Bonded in MN & SD Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-2631 purchased something from the Book 18th Year of Book-It! Fair. It is great to see such BES will once again be community support, participating in the BOOK-IT! We'd like to thank Denny, Mary, National Reading Incentive Program. Mr. Krogsrud, Mrs. Hoffman, Mrs. Sponsored by Pizza Hut, this program Haugen, Mrs. Snaza, Mrs. Strong, .motivated children to read by Mrs. Letrud, Miss Weness, Mrs../rewarding them for their reading Radermacher, students and office staJ accomplishments. for whatever part they had in the BOok After setting and meeting their the best vehicle alignment! Alignment Machine all your insurance work for you! J the area's most well equipped body with two frame machines! with wrecker and roll back Sion repair .Frame and suspension work ilindshield repair and replacement KEYS IN YOUR CAR? WE'LL GET THEM OUT! 320-839-3066 605-676-2457 am.) KEVIN RAAF , MN 56278 25th year in business at same locution! monthly goals, your child will receive a free personal pizza certificate. Please read with your child. Book-It! runs from October through March. Needed in School If you have any extra ice cream pails at home, we could use some to use in school. Please send them with your child. Thank you, Calendar Tuesday, 10-1 GBB (H) 5:00 Big Stone 5th & 6th Thursday, 10-3 3:00 GBB October 6-12 Fir Prevention Week "Team Up for Fire Safety" Breakfast Tuesday--grapple juice, assorted cold cereals, cinnamon toast and milk. Wednesday--apple juice, grilled cheese, yogurt and milk. Thursday--orange juice, french toast sticks, breakfast link and milk. Friday--apple juice, assorted cold cereal, granola bars and milk Lunch .Tuesday--breaded baked chicken, mashed potatoes, buttered corn, brownies, PB/PBJ and milk Wednesday--sloppy joes, ripple chips, diced peaches, applesauce, chocolate chip cookies, PB/PBJ and milk. Thursday--polish sausage on bun, nacho chips with cheese sauce, baked beans, oranges, rice krispie bars, PB/PBJ and milk. iiiii ( Check out our web site at 00ww, d . Kathy Carvell and John Konstant were married in a private wedding ceremony on Sept. 20, 2002 at the American Lutheran Church in Milbank, SD Parents of the couple are Lillian and Stephen Jastrzebski of Crosby, ND and Julian Klevenberg of Williston ND, and Elwo(xl and Sylvia { '% Konstant of Milbank, SD. Kathy is the Nursing Services Administrator at Northridge Residence in Ortonville. John is a shift supervisor at Northern Lights Ethanol, Big Stone City, SD. The couple will be making their home at the Konstant family farm, rural Milbank. 0 WHY RENT? Now you can buy a home of your own with No Down Payment. Three great loan programs to choose from, FREE qualification and speedy, automated approvals. Call today, you may be able to buy a lot more home than you expected Wanted: DISTRICT REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES BUDGET FOR 2002 - 2003 FUND General Food Service Community Service Building Construction 2001-2002 ACTUAL REVENUES AND TRANSFERS IN ' '1 5,322,425 279,430 148,330 25O,OO0 Debt Redemption I, 037,648 Trust 9,188 2001-2002 ACTUAL EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS OUT 5,150,844 269,283 156,075 988,109 District Number 62 JUNE 30, 2002 District Name Ortonville Public Schools 2002-03 BUDGET 2002:03 BUDG ACTUAL FUND BALANCE I 1,060,968 24,127 -0- 215,775 6,531,919 REVENUES AND TRANSFERS IN EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS OUT 5,311,043 5,423,306 273,584 278,415 19,296 84,867 -0- 1,055,509 87,687 ,, ,,, 89,500 JUNE 30, 2003 PROJECTED FUND BALANCE 1,173,231 (2,820) 126,275 1,040,463 6,546,965 9,400 50,198 9,750 9,800 50,148 THE LOWEST AVAILABLE RATES Loans ITES 2S%" AS LOW AS 0 Loans Reason Income Check ]ages is OK BORROW BORROW BORROW *50,000 Internal Service i TOTAL - ALL FUNDS 7,047,021 6,607,936 -0- 7,882,987 6,847,016 6,816,908 -0- ul 7,,,,913,095 LONG TERM DEBT OUTSTANDING JULY 1, 2001 14,780,000 CURRENT STATUTORY OPERATING DEBT, SHORT TERM DEBT AND COST PER ADM OUTSTANDING JUNE 30, 2002 1977 STATUTORY OPERATING DEBT II I II I II PRIOR TO JULY 1, 1977 LESS: RESERVED FOR SOD - 6/30/02 LESS:, PAYABLE m 2002 SOD LEVY NET REMAINING AS OF 6/30/03 r, STATUTORY OPERATING DEBT 6/30/02 2001-02 PUPILS IN AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP (ADM) CERTIFICATES OF PLUS: 225,600 800 000 NEW ISSUES INDEBTEDNESS 6/30/02 , 'OTHER SHORT T'ERM LESS: 300,000 INDEBTEDNESS OF FUNDS 2,260 REDEEMED ISSUES 6/30/02 14,705,600 649 I 7,633 The complete budget may be inspected upon requvt to the Superintendent. 2000-02 OPERATING COST PER ADM 1, 2002  INDEPENDENT Page 11