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/Louisburg Louisburg was not the Community Day afternoon, Sept. name was called for Oct. 6th, the again be for $100. Mrs. Wayde Weber and the roast beef St. Johns Church at of St. Cloud, Brent alexandria and Ron and Hoorn and Lucas of all September 25th at the home of their ' and Lois Larson. visitor at the Melvin was Daren Maatz of and a Saturday night was Donna Boldenow Center. Nelson and Carole of Madison spent to Friday on the Klein to Duluth. ening visitors at the home were Mr. and Gary Spence of Norma Larson and also visited at Ortonville. of Vallejo, CA has with Betty Hanson. cousin. Additional Hanson, Don Dittes, and Danielle were '.r guests at the Betty s birthday. nesday evening, Mrs. of Appleton and Ruth Barbara and Alfred Giese, Bertha Eldora Ochsendorf of Dawson were Martha Jones apartment Sunday, Sept. 26th for afternoon visitors and at Hilda Brehmer's Mrs. Harry Loeschke of Marohl of Appleton, and Warren Ortonville. Evening Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mr. and Mrs. naer and family of and lone Brehmer of Art Kunde of Morris Sept. 25th with Marcella Nelsol,, and daughter, of Kenae, AK met at on Saturday morning. Linda were former Schake of Madison ,'vening visitors' atthe Mr. and Mrs. :attended the funeral for at the First English Ortonville. of Plymouth and were Tuesday dinner Fran Rakow. was a birthday evening at Betty Janette Hanson's OCTOBERT This at the Cliff in Ortonville, out of season Occurrence is tem of year. Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson attended the wedding reception for Mr. and Mrs. Brad Erchul at Wilmot, SD. Sunday, Sept. 26th dinner guests at the Glen Klefsaas home were Margaret Klefsaas, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mork, Mr. and Mrs. David Mork and Tracey, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Borgerson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Deitmeir of St. Croix Falls, WI, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Mork and family of Redwood Falls, Mrs. Michael Miller and family of Minneapolis, Charles Mork and family, Leonard Kerkaert and Michael, Laura Mork of St. Cloud and her fiance, Terry Hilden of Milan. Joyce Ninneman of rural Ortonville visited Minnie Schellberg last Friday afternoon, Lois Larson was among the dietary department of the Madison Lutheran Home who attended the retirement and going away party for Eunice Libaire Tuesday evening, Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz and Daren visited with Edna Boldenow at Appleton, and also with her other guests, Donna Boldenow of Brooklyn Center and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Boldenow of Coon Rapids. On Saturday Margret Stueckrath joined the Ortonville AAL Branch on a bus trip to the Terry Redlin Art Center at Watertown, SD. On the way back to Ortonviile, they stopped at the Casino for playing and supper. Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 28th, Norma Wittnebel, Marilyn Goetsch and Carol Maatz helped Lois Nitz of Big Stone City celebrate her birthday. Her daughter Paulette was also there. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson were Sunday dinner guests on Sept., 26th at the Byron Overby's at Wilmot, SD. Tuesday morning Arlene Karels visited Minnie Schellberg. Ladies were busy at the Louisburg Church Monday and Tuesday baking lefse for their annual supper. Myrtle Kittelson returned home Sunday evening after visiting at the Wally and Wanda Kittelson home in Montevideo for a week. Steve and Jodi Jensen attended a wedding in Fargo, ND on Friday, Oct. 1. J. R. Johnson of Marshall came and spent Sunday and was an overnight guest at his parents, Rick and Terry Johnson and Bobby. Additional guests for Sunday evening dinner were Gordon and Joyce Letrud, Gary and Burt Letrud. Charles and Ihla Thomson, Dennis and Janell Thomson and family spent last weekend at Aitkin with Mike and Becky May and family and were there for.Elizabeth May's confirmation at First Lutheran ' Church of Aitkin on Samdy mminB; Sept. 26th with'other relatives. Last Saturday afternoon, Glenn Belseth of Minneapolis visited Johnny and Clarice Borstad. Howard and Edith Kittelson returned home Sunday from Decorah, IA where they participated in the Model T Ford Fall Foliage Tour, sponsored by the Model T Ford Club of Omaha, NE. On the tour the Kittelsons drove their 1926 Model T Ford Roadster. It was a five-day tour, driving to places of interest in the area including the area along the Root River in Minnesota and the Mississippi River in IA. The Kittelsons also attended a dinner cruise on the Mississippi River. Other tour participants brought their Model T Fords from fifteen states, some coming as far away as FL, NM, and OR. Four members of the Model T Ford Club of Australia joined the tour as well. They did not bring any Model T Fords but rode with members on the tour in their Model T Fords. The Kittelsons say this tour took place in good Model T Ford country with lots of hills and curves. The Kittelsons started driving their Model T Fords on vacations and tours in 1979, making this their 27th tour. On most every tour they have participated in, including this one, they have been the only ones touring from Minnesota. i ,,i i , I I m BUY - 'SELL - RENT - HIRE ' I!1 Classified Ads I DO IT BETTEB I II .......... II v%'l : CUSTOM FRAMING AND GIFTWARE rl$1T US-AT OUR NEW PERMANENT LOCATION  2 32 NW 2" STREET (rerm,., Tim Vu'dakk) .o, i ORTONVILLE, MN. 56278 i0 1-320839-2991  i1 1 Nadyc,  Omm 64 Tvm, da]/- Friday 10-6 S.T 10-4 pll.. II I II I II II MEMORY WALK RAISES MORE THAN $4,300 TO FIGHT ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE. More than 60 walkers from the Ortonville/Milbank Communities raised $4,322 on Saturday, Oct. 2 in the 1999 Alzheimer's Association Memory Walk at Lake Farley in Milbank, SD. The walk was co-sponsored by Ortonville Area Health Services, Beverly Healthcare, and St. William's Home. The proceeds will be split between the Minnesota's West Central Chapter and South Dakota's Siouxland Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association. "We were quite pleased with the dedication of our walkers this year. It was a cool, brisk morning, and everyone bundled up and joined us in the fight against A|zheimer's disease," stated Kim McCrea, OAHS Human Resources and Public Relations Manager. "This was our fifth year of Ortonville and Milbank cooperatively sponsoring this event. I think this joint effort demonstrates, perhaps, that "together" a cure may be found. This disease sees no city limits or state boundary-lines." Prizes were given for the highest donation raisedby an individual and team, most sponsors from an individual and team, closest birthday, to the individ- ual traveling the furthest; most creative team name, youngest walker (girl and boy), and the oldest walker. New this year was a traveling trophy, awarded to Beverly Healthcare as the facility raising the most donations. "Thank you" to the Memory Walk '99 sponsors for prize and picnic dona- tions: Valley Farm Equipment, Seehafer Ace Hardware, Lantern Inn, Video Place, Food-N-Fuel, Beverly Healthcare, Ortonville Area Health Services, L St. William s Nursing Home, Pizza Ranch, Flower Shoppe, Dan s Pharmacy, Dr. Eleanor Haney, Optometrist, Frame House Gallery, Unity Square, Marquette Bank, Liebe Drug, Hardees, Riddles Jewelry, KS93 Radio, Cenex C-Store, Cartwright Drug, Conroy Eye Care, Hilltop Video, Bill's Supervalu Plus of Ortonville and Milbank, O1' Mill Meats, Beren's Warehouse, and Pepsi Cola of Ortonville. Also, thanks go to Kevin Plemmons for providing karaoke entertainment. Also, thanks go to all who gave pledges, who worked on the committee, and to the walkers for making the year's Walk another success. Harnbleton, Welberg I plan Nov. wedding [ Coming events I The Horticulture Club of Big Stone Co. will meet Monday, Oct. 18 at Pam Hansen's home for pot luck noon lunch at 1 p.m. Topic - putting blood. Even though O blood is fairly common, the demand by area hospitals for this type is consistently higher than the supply. In fact in the five-state area 41 percent of the people have type O blood, but 45 percent of the blood collected by the Red Cross needs to be O type in order i I i  John and Barbara Hambleton of Guthrie Center announce the engagement of their daughter, Tracy Lynn Hambleton to Corey Allen Welberg, the son of Jacquelyn Welberg and the late Stanley Welberg of Ortonville. The bride-elect is a 1989 graduate of Guthrie Center High School. She is currently working with her brother and sister in the family owned business; P.S. Manufacturing Company located in Guthrie Center. Her fiance is a 1992 graduate of Ortonville High School, Ortonville. In 1996 Corey graduated from Dunwoody Institute in Minneapolis with an architectural drafting and estimating .degree. He currently is employed by ADT Security in Sales, located in Des Moines. Nuptials are planned for Nov. 13, 1999 at the First Christian Church in Guthrie Center. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY -- | .... HICKMAN'S Garage Door & More John Hickman Overhead Garage Door Sales & Service II your garden to rest. Meet at Hilltop Cafe at 12:30 to pool rides. Y2K seminar set at Senior Center Are you concerned about what Y2K will mean to various aspects of your everyday life? If so, you are invited to attend a Y2K Informational Seminar at the Ortonville Senior Center, Wed., Oct. 13 at 1:15 p.m. Speakers will include Roman Taffe, city clerk, Eric Brandriet from Liebe Drug, Dave Kult from People's Natural Gas, and a representative from Minnwest Bank. Each will make a 15 minute presentation about how their particular organization is planning to deal with the year 2000. All will also be available to answer any questions you may have. Bring a friend and your concerns about what is being done in our area to assure a smooth transition into the New Year. to adequately meet the need for life- sustaining transfusions. If you are at least 17 years of age (there is no upper limit), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in good health, you can give blood. The date for this special O drive is Monday, Oct. 25, 1999 at the New Life Baptist Church. Hours will be 2:30-7:30 p.m. The hours are later for your convenience. Please be willing to come and help out when the volunteers call you. Calls will be made especially to the target O blood type, but any and all donations will be accepted. All communities of Big Stone County are included in this drive. A diet high in iron is helpful and will insure that when the bloodmobile gets here you will be able to give. Some of the best sources of iron include red meat, fish, poultry, liver, iron fortified breakfast cereals, beans, peas, lentils, breads, cereals, and dried fruit. ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY SPECIALISTS 701 - 8th Avenue NW * Aberdeen, South Dakota 1-800-765-2660 Dr. Matthew C. Reynen, M.D. will be at St. Bernard's Hospital in Milbank on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 1999 ul I I I m Bloodmobile special drive ' We Go That for "0" blood The American Red Cross will I making a special trip to Big Stone County in the hopes of collecting O R00H&J Elderly me Care Openings Now Available Call Rita Dahle at (605) 432-9353 318 East 12th Avenue Milbank, SD 57252 H01iday Ph0t0 GreetingsCr00dS As LowAs s Quantity As Low As C From 9/'/n' HoU,00 C..ai,00t Super Size 4" x E' Cards With Mailing Envelopes 25Cards 50Cards 75Cards 100Cards 125Cards s!!.99 s22.99 s28.99 $34.99 s39.99 i See Stor For Deta//s. Same Negative Reprint Special 10-3"/1.99 10-4"/2.99 Perfect deal for Christmas Card insertion. Offer good on multiple reprints from the same 35ram negative. (No panoramic or APS) Offer good: 10/10/99 - 12/10/99. For You! When you buy Insurance from us, you also receive friendly, hometown service offer the sale, Call us today for a competitive quote on your insurance needs, Stolpman Insurance Agency I II III III I III I I _ MISSION Pt)SSIBLE AGENT REPORT Mission Possible Agents were scattered all over and around the Trojan football field on the final homecoming game of the millennium, There were lots of people gathered to support our local youth; band members, cheerleaders, players, and students. The score reflected defeat as the game ended, in spite of the total effort expended by players and fans. It was a heartbreaker ....... but it was also a heart- builder. One could see and feel the caring and support as people reached out to each other. One fan said itwell, "Homecoming games are won and lost all the time, but character building is really what sports is all about." Here's to the character of our local youth!! I I II I II I IIII III III iiiiiii ii iii ii iiiii ii iliii ii Liebe Drug/Variety Appleton lVl]q Browns Valley Gracevale MN Ortonville MN Milbank SD Wflmot 81) 320-289-1252 320-695-2331 320-748-7112 320-839-3825 6(P432-5541 605-9,38-4643 oct' ft. 12, 1999 9 INDEPENDENT Page 5 /Louisburg Louisburg was not the Community Day afternoon, Sept. name was called for Oct. 6th, the again be for $100. Mrs. Wayde Weber and the roast beef St. Johns Church at of St. Cloud, Brent alexandria and Ron and Hoorn and Lucas of all September 25th at the home of their ' and Lois Larson. visitor at the Melvin was Daren Maatz of and a Saturday night was Donna Boldenow Center. Nelson and Carole of Madison spent to Friday on the Klein to Duluth. ening visitors at the home were Mr. and Gary Spence of Norma Larson and also visited at Ortonville. of Vallejo, CA has with Betty Hanson. cousin. Additional Hanson, Don Dittes, and Danielle were '.r guests at the Betty s birthday. nesday evening, Mrs. of Appleton and Ruth Barbara and Alfred Giese, Bertha Eldora Ochsendorf of Dawson were Martha Jones apartment Sunday, Sept. 26th for afternoon visitors and at Hilda Brehmer's Mrs. Harry Loeschke of Marohl of Appleton, and Warren Ortonville. Evening Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mr. and Mrs. naer and family of and lone Brehmer of Art Kunde of Morris Sept. 25th with Marcella Nelsol,, and daughter, of Kenae, AK met at on Saturday morning. Linda were former Schake of Madison ,'vening visitors' atthe Mr. and Mrs. :attended the funeral for at the First English Ortonville. of Plymouth and were Tuesday dinner Fran Rakow. was a birthday evening at Betty Janette Hanson's OCTOBERT This at the Cliff in Ortonville, out of season Occurrence is tem of year. Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson attended the wedding reception for Mr. and Mrs. Brad Erchul at Wilmot, SD. Sunday, Sept. 26th dinner guests at the Glen Klefsaas home were Margaret Klefsaas, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mork, Mr. and Mrs. David Mork and Tracey, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Borgerson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Deitmeir of St. Croix Falls, WI, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Mork and family of Redwood Falls, Mrs. Michael Miller and family of Minneapolis, Charles Mork and family, Leonard Kerkaert and Michael, Laura Mork of St. Cloud and her fiance, Terry Hilden of Milan. Joyce Ninneman of rural Ortonville visited Minnie Schellberg last Friday afternoon, Lois Larson was among the dietary department of the Madison Lutheran Home who attended the retirement and going away party for Eunice Libaire Tuesday evening, Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz and Daren visited with Edna Boldenow at Appleton, and also with her other guests, Donna Boldenow of Brooklyn Center and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Boldenow of Coon Rapids. On Saturday Margret Stueckrath joined the Ortonville AAL Branch on a bus trip to the Terry Redlin Art Center at Watertown, SD. On the way back to Ortonviile, they stopped at the Casino for playing and supper. Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 28th, Norma Wittnebel, Marilyn Goetsch and Carol Maatz helped Lois Nitz of Big Stone City celebrate her birthday. Her daughter Paulette was also there. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson were Sunday dinner guests on Sept., 26th at the Byron Overby's at Wilmot, SD. Tuesday morning Arlene Karels visited Minnie Schellberg. Ladies were busy at the Louisburg Church Monday and Tuesday baking lefse for their annual supper. Myrtle Kittelson returned home Sunday evening after visiting at the Wally and Wanda Kittelson home in Montevideo for a week. Steve and Jodi Jensen attended a wedding in Fargo, ND on Friday, Oct. 1. J. R. Johnson of Marshall came and spent Sunday and was an overnight guest at his parents, Rick and Terry Johnson and Bobby. Additional guests for Sunday evening dinner were Gordon and Joyce Letrud, Gary and Burt Letrud. Charles and Ihla Thomson, Dennis and Janell Thomson and family spent last weekend at Aitkin with Mike and Becky May and family and were there for.Elizabeth May's confirmation at First Lutheran ' Church of Aitkin on Samdy mminB; Sept. 26th with'other relatives. Last Saturday afternoon, Glenn Belseth of Minneapolis visited Johnny and Clarice Borstad. Howard and Edith Kittelson returned home Sunday from Decorah, IA where they participated in the Model T Ford Fall Foliage Tour, sponsored by the Model T Ford Club of Omaha, NE. On the tour the Kittelsons drove their 1926 Model T Ford Roadster. It was a five-day tour, driving to places of interest in the area including the area along the Root River in Minnesota and the Mississippi River in IA. The Kittelsons also attended a dinner cruise on the Mississippi River. Other tour participants brought their Model T Fords from fifteen states, some coming as far away as FL, NM, and OR. Four members of the Model T Ford Club of Australia joined the tour as well. They did not bring any Model T Fords but rode with members on the tour in their Model T Fords. The Kittelsons say this tour took place in good Model T Ford country with lots of hills and curves. The Kittelsons started driving their Model T Fords on vacations and tours in 1979, making this their 27th tour. On most every tour they have participated in, including this one, they have been the only ones touring from Minnesota. i ,,i i , I I m BUY - 'SELL - RENT - HIRE ' I!1 Classified Ads I DO IT BETTEB I II .......... II v%'l : CUSTOM FRAMING AND GIFTWARE rl$1T US-AT OUR NEW PERMANENT LOCATION  2 32 NW 2" STREET (rerm,., Tim Vu'dakk) .o, i ORTONVILLE, MN. 56278 i0 1-320839-2991  i1 1 Nadyc,  Omm 64 Tvm, da]/- Friday 10-6 S.T 10-4 pll.. II I II I II II MEMORY WALK RAISES MORE THAN $4,300 TO FIGHT ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE. More than 60 walkers from the Ortonville/Milbank Communities raised $4,322 on Saturday, Oct. 2 in the 1999 Alzheimer's Association Memory Walk at Lake Farley in Milbank, SD. The walk was co-sponsored by Ortonville Area Health Services, Beverly Healthcare, and St. William's Home. The proceeds will be split between the Minnesota's West Central Chapter and South Dakota's Siouxland Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association. "We were quite pleased with the dedication of our walkers this year. It was a cool, brisk morning, and everyone bundled up and joined us in the fight against A|zheimer's disease," stated Kim McCrea, OAHS Human Resources and Public Relations Manager. "This was our fifth year of Ortonville and Milbank cooperatively sponsoring this event. I think this joint effort demonstrates, perhaps, that "together" a cure may be found. This disease sees no city limits or state boundary-lines." Prizes were given for the highest donation raisedby an individual and team, most sponsors from an individual and team, closest birthday, to the individ- ual traveling the furthest; most creative team name, youngest walker (girl and boy), and the oldest walker. New this year was a traveling trophy, awarded to Beverly Healthcare as the facility raising the most donations. "Thank you" to the Memory Walk '99 sponsors for prize and picnic dona- tions: Valley Farm Equipment, Seehafer Ace Hardware, Lantern Inn, Video Place, Food-N-Fuel, Beverly Healthcare, Ortonville Area Health Services, L St. William s Nursing Home, Pizza Ranch, Flower Shoppe, Dan s Pharmacy, Dr. Eleanor Haney, Optometrist, Frame House Gallery, Unity Square, Marquette Bank, Liebe Drug, Hardees, Riddles Jewelry, KS93 Radio, Cenex C-Store, Cartwright Drug, Conroy Eye Care, Hilltop Video, Bill's Supervalu Plus of Ortonville and Milbank, O1' Mill Meats, Beren's Warehouse, and Pepsi Cola of Ortonville. Also, thanks go to Kevin Plemmons for providing karaoke entertainment. Also, thanks go to all who gave pledges, who worked on the committee, and to the walkers for making the year's Walk another success. Harnbleton, Welberg I plan Nov. wedding [ Coming events I The Horticulture Club of Big Stone Co. will meet Monday, Oct. 18 at Pam Hansen's home for pot luck noon lunch at 1 p.m. Topic - putting blood. Even though O blood is fairly common, the demand by area hospitals for this type is consistently higher than the supply. In fact in the five-state area 41 percent of the people have type O blood, but 45 percent of the blood collected by the Red Cross needs to be O type in order i I i  John and Barbara Hambleton of Guthrie Center announce the engagement of their daughter, Tracy Lynn Hambleton to Corey Allen Welberg, the son of Jacquelyn Welberg and the late Stanley Welberg of Ortonville. The bride-elect is a 1989 graduate of Guthrie Center High School. She is currently working with her brother and sister in the family owned business; P.S. Manufacturing Company located in Guthrie Center. Her fiance is a 1992 graduate of Ortonville High School, Ortonville. In 1996 Corey graduated from Dunwoody Institute in Minneapolis with an architectural drafting and estimating .degree. He currently is employed by ADT Security in Sales, located in Des Moines. Nuptials are planned for Nov. 13, 1999 at the First Christian Church in Guthrie Center. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY -- | .... HICKMAN'S Garage Door & More John Hickman Overhead Garage Door Sales & Service II your garden to rest. Meet at Hilltop Cafe at 12:30 to pool rides. Y2K seminar set at Senior Center Are you concerned about what Y2K will mean to various aspects of your everyday life? If so, you are invited to attend a Y2K Informational Seminar at the Ortonville Senior Center, Wed., Oct. 13 at 1:15 p.m. Speakers will include Roman Taffe, city clerk, Eric Brandriet from Liebe Drug, Dave Kult from People's Natural Gas, and a representative from Minnwest Bank. Each will make a 15 minute presentation about how their particular organization is planning to deal with the year 2000. All will also be available to answer any questions you may have. Bring a friend and your concerns about what is being done in our area to assure a smooth transition into the New Year. to adequately meet the need for life- sustaining transfusions. If you are at least 17 years of age (there is no upper limit), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in good health, you can give blood. The date for this special O drive is Monday, Oct. 25, 1999 at the New Life Baptist Church. Hours will be 2:30-7:30 p.m. The hours are later for your convenience. Please be willing to come and help out when the volunteers call you. Calls will be made especially to the target O blood type, but any and all donations will be accepted. All communities of Big Stone County are included in this drive. A diet high in iron is helpful and will insure that when the bloodmobile gets here you will be able to give. Some of the best sources of iron include red meat, fish, poultry, liver, iron fortified breakfast cereals, beans, peas, lentils, breads, cereals, and dried fruit. ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY SPECIALISTS 701 - 8th Avenue NW * Aberdeen, South Dakota 1-800-765-2660 Dr. Matthew C. Reynen, M.D. will be at St. Bernard's Hospital in Milbank on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 1999 ul I I I m Bloodmobile special drive ' We Go That for "0" blood The American Red Cross will I making a special trip to Big Stone County in the hopes of collecting O R00H&J Elderly me Care Openings Now Available Call Rita Dahle at (605) 432-9353 318 East 12th Avenue Milbank, SD 57252 H01iday Ph0t0 GreetingsCr00dS As LowAs s Quantity As Low As C From 9/'/n' HoU,00 C..ai,00t Super Size 4" x E' Cards With Mailing Envelopes 25Cards 50Cards 75Cards 100Cards 125Cards s!!.99 s22.99 s28.99 $34.99 s39.99 i See Stor For Deta//s. Same Negative Reprint Special 10-3"/1.99 10-4"/2.99 Perfect deal for Christmas Card insertion. Offer good on multiple reprints from the same 35ram negative. (No panoramic or APS) Offer good: 10/10/99 - 12/10/99. For You! When you buy Insurance from us, you also receive friendly, hometown service offer the sale, Call us today for a competitive quote on your insurance needs, Stolpman Insurance Agency I II III III I III I I _ MISSION Pt)SSIBLE AGENT REPORT Mission Possible Agents were scattered all over and around the Trojan football field on the final homecoming game of the millennium, There were lots of people gathered to support our local youth; band members, cheerleaders, players, and students. The score reflected defeat as the game ended, in spite of the total effort expended by players and fans. It was a heartbreaker ....... but it was also a heart- builder. One could see and feel the caring and support as people reached out to each other. One fan said itwell, "Homecoming games are won and lost all the time, but character building is really what sports is all about." Here's to the character of our local youth!! I I II I II I IIII III III iiiiiii ii iii ii iiiii ii iliii ii Liebe Drug/Variety Appleton lVl]q Browns Valley Gracevale MN Ortonville MN Milbank SD Wflmot 81) 320-289-1252 320-695-2331 320-748-7112 320-839-3825 6(P432-5541 605-9,38-4643 oct' ft. 12, 1999 9 INDEPENDENT Page 5