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marched in the OHS Homecoming parade Friday cheering for the Trojans. 6 5ens Paulsen are the birth of their Paulsen, born ing eight lbs, long. ,ce and Peg and Sherry mdparents are Paulsen, Joe and the are Myrt PAY B-Squad 00,,olleyball fired up by coach Kylene Nelson Last Saturday, the B-squad volley- ball players headed to Benson for an eight team tournament. Although fac- ing some tough, bigger schools, we should all be proud for the way they represented our school and town. In the last couple weeks, the girls have had some tough losses, but played like real champions last week- end. We began to play the kind of vol- leyball that we are capable of- it final- ly all "came together." Our first two matches were played back to back and we faced Marshall and R.C. West, the toughest teams in the tournament. Although defeated in both matches, we played up to their level and challenged them. After our performances in those games, our spirits were up and the girls played their best volleyball, defeating Hancock and Montevideo in our last two matches. I am very proud of these girls. They worked hard and deserved the glory they received. I look forward to our games this week for I know that the potential is there and, as the girls would say, "WE ARE FIRED UP!" Ortonville news Gail Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Dale and Eileen Williams from Egan were Sept. 20th week-end visitors of lifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Carlene Wittnebel was a Tuesday, Sept. 24th visitor of Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Melissa Johnson of Granite Falls, Amanda Gutzman of Hazel Run, and Steve and Michele Lund and Nickolas and Charlynn of Granite Falls were all Sunday, Sept. 22nd visitors of Amanda Jensen. Majorie Parker went to the October Fest at the Matador Thursday night, Sept. 26th. It was a supper and dance. Visitors of Arm I-Ielgeson over the week-end of Saturday, Sept. 21st and Sunday, Sept. 22nd were Dean Lockwood, Mark Scholberg of Ortonville, Allen and Kathy Helgeson from Duluth, Ben and Barbie Helgeson from Duluth, Lois and Betsy Peterson from West Concord, Larry and Sandra Helgeson and Sally from Ortonville, Harley and Ellie Helgeson and family from Ortonville, Bob and Bonnie Rothi from Ortonville, Nola and Fred Lockwood from Ortonville, Anna Rothi from Ortonville, Harold and Laura and Wesley Rothi from Ostwego, and Verna and Glady Kirkeby from Moorhead. Emily Randleman was at home in Ortonville over the week-end of Sept. 27th and 28th. She is currently a student at the University of Minnesota, Morris. On Saturday she and her parents Craig and Kippy Randleman traveled to Fergus Falls to attend the wedding of their niece Kate Randleman. On Saturday evening the family returned home to Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Verheul were dinner guests on Sunday, Sept. 22nd at the home of Vi Hansen. Jim and Lany McKinney went to a USS Lewis and Clark submarine reunion in Newport News, VA on Sept. t2th for a week. They also visited the Founders Inn in Virginia Beach, VA. It is the home of the 700 Club television program. They visited Pat Robertson and the other people on the program for two days. Jim and Lany use to live in Newport News during the time of the Navy. Gail Johnson visited Faith Sprung on Friday, Sept. 20th. Sena Scholberg and the Justin Scholbergs went to the St. John's Church beef dinner on Sunday, Sept. 22nd. Lillian Ninneman attended the St. John's Catholic Church beef dinner on Sunday noon, Sept. 22nd. After that she attended a bridal shower for Jennifer Parks at the Baptist Church. Wednesday, Sept. 25th Joe and Dorothy Coubal went to Redwood Falls and went to dinner with Jerry Larson of Redwood Falls. They also attended a funeral at 1:00. It was a grave side memorial in the Redwood City Cemetery for Wyman "Speed" Corbett. Wyman was Joe's army buddy. From there they went to Morton to visit Joe's nephew Bob Dehckne, who is terminally ill with brain cancer. They returned to Jerry Larson's and had dinner with Jerry and Susan Larson and spent the night. Dean and Brandon Leenerts from Redwood Falls came after dinner and visited. Joe and Dorothy returned home on Thursday, Sept. 26th. Jim and Terry Rawleigh from North St. Paul spent two days with. Alnora Rawleigh the week of Sept. 16th. Janelle Audett from Colorado Springs visited a few days with Alnora Rawleigh the week of Sept. 23rd. Week-end guests of the Marlyn Schumachers were Anna Schumacher of Le Sueur,, John Nielsen of Inver Grove Heights, Jolene and Lauryn Schumacher and Amanda, Ryan and Alexis of Fulta, Joel Schumacher of Huron, Kacy Woodward of Huron, Jared Johnson and Tia Van Veldhuizen both of Willmar. A grooms dinner was held at the Marlyn Schumacher home Friday, Sept. 20th. It was hosted by Butch and Peg Nielsen of Inver Grove Heights. Forty-five guests were present from Sioux Falls, Huron and Milbank South Dakota, Ortonville, Fulta, New UIm, Le Sueur, Willmar, Browerville, Egan, Inver Grove Heights, and Henderson. All attended the wedding of Anna Schumacher and John Nielsen on Saturday, Sept. 21 st. It was held at Trinity Lutheran Church in Ortonville. Some of the homerite residents enjoyed a carry-in dinner from St, John's Catholic Church on Sunday noon, Sept. 22nd. Morris and Glenora Tietjen were Sunday, Sept. 22nd evening visitors at the Jerry and Alma Jorgenson's home. Bruce and Evie Swigerd were Wednesday, Sept. 25th evening visitors at the Jerry and Alma Jorgenson's home. Saturday, Sept. 21st Loraine Nolting of Big Stone City, SD and also Marilyn and Allen Robertson of Sand Point, ID were visitors of Esther Mullins. Friday visitors of Emma Schwarze were Alvin and Phyllis Schwarze of Milbank. Tuesday afternoon visitors of Emma Schwarze were Mr. and Mrs. Marlow Guenther of Washington. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY 's entertainment FOR ODESSA Bob McMahon cancer for oDer 5 years. raised will be RATED S. HWY. 15 MILBANK, SO PH. 605-432.4421 40's Danee 00how Saturday, Oct. q2 Milbank Airport An evenln o! Music d Entertainment with a 194s Flair ______ , Pelvltle  at 'd)O PM -'Y, .....  UO HOW featuring .... / Enjoy the hits of the 4o's played by  the Watertown Big Band. Everyone is encouraged to wear 94o's attire including military uniforms. Refreshments served all evening Admission-please make a monetary donation to out "War Effort" (Hospital Fund Raiser) Plus bring a non-perishable food item to offset "food rationing". Food items will support the "War Effort" (Community Pantry) Mill:rank Area HomplUl "lnvetlng in lout Healtheare-- Today, Tomorrow d 2 5 th Annual S ante00 W0000sho,p Crafts & Home Decor Saturday, Oct. 12 TUES., OCT. 1 ] EVENING SPECIAL BBQ RIBS Ist Dinner Reg. Price 2nd Dinner for ; I .00 WITH COUPON ONLY Not redeemable with gift _2 _L 2_'2 __yL 52  E & J BUD BRANDY LIGHT 25 S 125 JI. [ WED., OCT. 2 I EVENING SPECIAL I i 6 OZ. i :BROILED :LOBSTER : $12.95 ! ! , WITH COUPON ONLY , 4 (PG) ARNOLD!" OCT. 4 (R) DRAGON" Co CHOKIO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM A variety of crafters will be on display! me and enjoy a day of shopin.g for yourself or it's a great time to start on your L.nnsrmas .ST. Questions: Call (320) 325-5957 OCTOBERFEST t,3) The Sons of Norway, Granittdahlen 1-651 14011111 AklIIIM" is proud to present the "WALLY PI KAL" NO RESERVATIONS. Varhaug Folk Dancers Thursday, Oct. lO-BruceBradley ENTRANCE. Thursday, Oct. 17 - NJt.e Owls 7:30 PH- This group of 36 Norwegian folk dancers and musicians have performed throughout Europe. All artisu are dressed in the native Norwegian costumes. Thb b their first tour of the USA. A FREE WILL OFFERING WILL BE TAKEN. & Appreciation Days GERMAN BUFFET & DANCE Thursday, Oct. 3 DANCE & BUFFET- $5.50 BUFFET SERVING 5:00-7:00 PM DANCE FROM 7:[]0-10:00 PM WITH INDEPENDENT Page 15