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&apos; and concern. d old days in the Ortonville area 36-1 The Family of Naomi GerhardtcARD OFTHANKS The family of Gladys Nelson, her DOWN t MEMORY'S LANE.. FrOm the Files o,f The .Odlenville ;I ddependent // : .... : IHEMBER THIS SERVICE STATION? It was a Pure Oil station for many years, owned by the late Mrs. ess. She lived for many years in the home now occupied by Roger Bird. The station was located tl le parking lot is today that belongs to KJ's Cove. The last owners of the station were Don and Boots P loto was'taken sometime in the late 1950s or early 1960s. 10 YEARS AGO Oct. 12, 1988 eee Schultz of the was presented with of 4-H award at the program Saturday Cartwright has t for membership American Musical Band. They will European coun- next July. young bluegills released from the k pond. Felton was hon- employee of the oy )rtonville Area :es. i w born to Mr. and a'ndt of Clinton at petal. 25 YEARS AGO Oct. 3, 1973 Lruction boom has rn the city along Highway 75. There is a new Goodyear tire building being built by John Jurgens, new Sandpiper Supper Club being built by Dick Campa and Jack Witte, new municipal off-sale liquor building, and Orcon Industries plant. Cliff's Body Shop and Becker Auto Repair, who have been doing business for several years in the building north of the 7-Up plant, have closed down this week to do some remodeling. The '73 corn pack was the largest in history. Over 500,000 cases of corn were packed. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Tim Burdick of Ortonville, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Strei of Ortonville and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wiese of OrtonviUe. "50 YEARS AGO Oct. 21, 1948 A large vote is foreseen for the general election. Frank McCormick, athletic director for the University of Minnesota, will be the speaker at the grid banquet in Ortonville. Erwin Thompson was injured in a hunting accident which required amputation of his left hand Tuesday evening. The walleye pike rearing pond was dedicated at Meadowbrook last weekend. Elizabeth Sanders and 1 00!eoden, wan, ad. / [llp Cindy Chamberlain for the 'er ical jacket I won at their open houge. |bSt00ments 36-1 Jesse Cloos CARD OF THANKS li-PIANOS_PIANOS_ The family of Pearl Nelson wants sota's biggest selec- Edgar Swezey were united in marriage last Saturday after- noon at the Elim Lutheran Church. 70 YEARS AGO Oct. 11, 1928 A new electric shop will open next Saturday in the building formerly called the Chocolate Shop building. The business will be known as the Ortonville Electric Shop with " Ban" and Creese as the propri- etors. Plans have been made for the livestock show to be held Oct. 19 and 20. Prizes totaling about $400 will be offered. Thirty chickens were stolen from the Gust Larson farm near Correil last Sunday night. This is the first theft of chick- ens reported in over a year. Alfred Lundell and Son will be having a farm auction Tuesday, Oct. 16. This column sponsored in part by (320) 839-3820 s o Hwy. 75 Noah Ortonville, MN 56278 J CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our sincere thanks to our family, friends and neighbors for all the flowers, cards and food at the passing of our hus- band, father and grandfather. Special thanks to the quick response of 911 and the EMTs. A special thanks to Pastbr Pastor Shalom for her visits, prayers and blessings. Also we would like to thank all who remembered us in their thoughts and prayers. God of death of our wife, mother, grand- mother and great grandmother. The food, thoughts, prayers, cards, flow- ers and memorials were deeply appreciated. We especially thank the / loving staff at Northridge for the care given Naomi for so many years. Thank you also to Dr. Bob Ross and the health care staff for their care and compassion. We extend a special thank you to Pastors R. Karl Watkins, O.A. Gehring and E. Rudolph, and to siblings and relatives appreciate greatly the many prayers, cards and visits during her extended illness. We gratefully acknowledge the devoted care given Gladys by Dr. Ross and the dedicated nursing staff at the hos- pital, at Northridge and by volunteers from Hospice. Their concerns extend- ed beyond her medical and physical needs and included her spiritual needs as well. We acknowledge the moral and spiritual support that Pastor Hermanson gave Gladys dur- ing those trying times. This concern included the family members as well. Thanks to those of First English Lutheran Church for the prayers and concern extended us all this time. Thanks also to those of the communi- ty for your cards, visits, letters and prayers. May God bless her memory and may her faith as an inspiration to all of us. May God bless all those who were touched of the life and the faith of Gladys. 36-1 INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY I Obituaries Annie Palmer Funeral services for Annie "Lucille" Palmer, 95, of Cambridge, formerly of Ortonville, were held Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1998, in the United Methodist Church at Ortonville. The Rev. Larry Kastens officiated. Organist was Janet Hipple, and Ann Nelson was soloist. Pallbearers were Lucille's nieces and nephews. Interment was in Beardsley Community Cemetery at Beardsley. Annie "Lucille" Palmer was born Nov. 1, 1902 to Schyler and Rachel (Jessup) Palmer at Ocheyedan, IA. At the age of one she moved with her family to the Clinton-Beardsley area. Lucille attended Beardsley Public Schools and then took nurses training at Graceville and Anchor Hospital in Minneapolis, where she graduated in 1930. She worked as a nurse at Sisseton, SD; Glenwood, and approximately 30 years at the Ortonville Hospital. She retired in 1972. Moving to Cambridge in 1990, she lived at the Riverwood Village for six years before moving to the Grandview Christian Home. Luciile passed away on Saturday evening, Sept. 26, 1998, having reached the age of 95 years, 10 months, and 25 days. Lucille enjoyed cooking, traveling, church activities, reading, making new friends, taking recreational day trips and attending family gatherings. She was a great "people watcher," and could spend many hours just "observing life." Many little things in life might have gone unnoticed had it not been for Lucille's quiet observation. She will be remembered by those close to her for her dedication to her family, her profession and to her Savior. Survivors include her sister-in-law, Marion Jane Cardweli of Beardsley; four nieces, Arlys (John) Brown of Coeur D'alene, ID, Eva Lou (Larry) Stickland of Watertown, SD, Patricia (Gary) Cardwell of Clinton and Sandra Arndt of Ortonville; five nephews, Donald (Mary) Palmer of Greenwood, WI, Hazen "Red" (Marlys) Palmer of Cambridge, Chester Palmer of Las Vegas, NV, Dean (Carol) Palmer of Barnesville, and Darryll (Beth) Palmer of Brooklyn Park; a cousin, George (Geri) York of Oak Dale; 28 great nieces and nephews; and 37 great great nieces and nephews. Annie was preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Lois; three brothers, Austin, Harvey, and Harold; and a great nephew, Eddie Palmer. FAMBID NighED Make a new lifelong friend from aixoa Emich your family wi aBXlr ctdtur. Now yoo aa bo=t = xclump =odmt (girl or) from Semd/mvia, Oeany, Frce, Spain. England, Japan, Brazil, Italy or S. Africa. Boadng a host tea young intemat/onal vidtm is an pedem: of a lifetime! Call for information or to ckoo your own examnge studmt. Lar vari of uatioties, inmmu, hobbies, c. now availa (single immm, ouple with cc without dlildmn may hmO. A WOILLD OF UNDERSTANIG THIIOUGH  AND  RtlXiiOdl4S IIII III [ II II II III IIIII IIIII I I II .......   ,t   / ] The Fisher 81/2' EZ-V ' [snowplow lets you match the " II,=i.-.-, ! position of the blade to the *" ] work at hand 1130 73rd Ave. NE -a,_ n. [ Scoop up snow & windrows, Ft ,tucy, ,., ,-., ..n.,. e vee thru drifts/snowbanks, and used pianos. Our <! with used pianos from 'digital pianos from $695. OVer 100 new and used ;, spinets, consoles and Cll be pleased with our surprised at our low tune, delivery, full war- ntthly payments $20. llo, Granite Falls, MN, 10, business hours. 36-2 00cena.eous ! ,)NAL CRISES OR PSY: ": ERGENCY? Call ton "568-5955 (TDD accessi- te a professional and con- :liate response. This tl r-a-week emergency I ".rvice is made avail- ig Stone County Welfare 22-TF-EOW* of 00aks P-d) OF THANKS t thank everyone who me with cards, flowers, .ayers during my recent ton. A special thank you d e crew, Steve Dragt, and Angie Kriesel for onse; Dr. Beyer and staff for their excellent :ment; and to Pastors akins for their visits Althea Smith D OF THANKS , to thank Rick and to express our most sincere and heart- felt anks to all who showed their love and sympathy during the loss of our dear Mom and Grandma. Special thanks is due the staff of the Madison Lutheran Home who made Mom's stay there for the past nine years, a comfortable and pleasant one. Thank you to Pastor Tom for his messages, Eunice for the beautiful music, the granddaughters for singing, the grandsons for acting as casketbearers, Augusta Birthday Club, Augusta Aid and all who gave hugs, cards, memo- rials, flowers and food. Phyllis and John Kanstrup and families, Marlin Nelson and families, Neil and Bonita Nelson and families 36-1 bless each one of you. Gail Johnson, LaDona and Dennis Buescher and Samantha, Melvin and Shannon Conraads 36-1 and Daniel and Patrick CARD OF THANKS A big thank you to family and friends for sharing in our 50th anniversary with your presence, cards, gifts, plants, phone calls. It was a great day and one we will remem- ber. God bless you. 36-1 Alvin and Dorothy Jorgensen CARD OF THANKS The family of Naomi Gerhardt wishes to thank all those who shared with us in so many ways at the time Stock market got you down? Let a.Catholic Aid annuity g00ve you a lift! Don't let the current stock market.roller coaster ride give you the willies. Plan for your future with a solid, guaranteed Interest rate annuity from the Catholic Aid Association. 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