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Good old days in the qC)rtonville area DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The Ortonville Independent ORTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL'S CLASS OF 1942 is shown in this photo taken in the year 1937 in the old gym of the old school building. Front row, left to right, are Glen Arndt, Bob Peterson, Bill Karn, Bob Vodisch, Russ Stansfield, Richard Matthews, Weston Schneck, Pete Fridgen, Bill King and ???; second row, Minnie Shaleen, Lorraine Sellin, Mary Jane Gjengdahl, Georgella Lieb, Kathryn Kaercher, Phyllis Parker, Barbara Schoen, ???, Doreen Berdan, Betty Oswood, Patsy Potter, Kathleen O'Donnell, Marguerite Pflueger, ??? and Margaret McCarty; third row, Verona Lerum, Avis Seeman, Helen Baerwald, Fern Mittelstaedt, Francis Kiernat, Virginia Karels, Jeanine Peyton, Alice Stanstrom, Marlys Ulrich, Mavis Rau, Deloris Lerum, ???, Helen Heidke, Arlene Bendix and ???; top row, Ragna Hatelid (teacher), Bob Barr, Joe Leighton, George Barwin, Francis Zempel, Willis Blank, Earl Homan, Vernon Conrad, Harris Davis, Johnny Martin, Leonard Olson and Floyd Kurtz. Photo was submitted by Warren Schoen. Leonard Olson says that about half of this class is still residing within a 30-mile radius of Ortonville. 10 YEARS AGO Oct. 18, 1989 Northside Medical Center plans a major expansion and renovation with construction to begin this fall. The half million dollar project will add more than 2,000 square feet to the Ortonville clinic's existing 4,600 ft. Curt Hormann is Ortonville's newest full time police officer. Elda Bethke was honored on her 100th birthday by rela- tives and friends last Sunday at the Tabor United Methodist Church in Big Stone. A fire Wednesday night gutted the home of Norlan and Dollie Hagerott at 421 Jackson in Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Wittnebel will be honored on their 65th wedding anniversary on Oct. 22 at the Town Walter Trinity Lutheran Church. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Harley Helgeson of Ortonville, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ehlebracht of Milbank and a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bolsta of Big Stone City. 25 YEARS AGO Oct. 9, 1974 Cindy Pansch and Tom Kindt were crowned Homecoming queen and king at the Ortonville Homecoming. Hasslen Construction has been awarded the general con- tract for a new addition to the high school in Benson. Orcon has a $1,250,000 order for truck boxes for the next six months. The Trojans football team won over Madison in an over- time game. The team remains undefeated. 50 YEARS AGO Oct. 27, 1949 With a crowd of three hun- dred people in attendance, the new Holden Lutheran Church at Beardsley was dedicated Sunday afternoon. Business places in Odessa will be closed during the win- ter months on Wednesday evening. Dr. E.C. Mathis was elected president of the Ortonville Kiwanis Club. Other officers are Harvey Pflueger and Dr. Earl Harris. Ortonville's high school band will appear in new uni- forms shortly before Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Gloege observed their 25th wedding anniversary at their home on Sunday. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wendland of Big Stone City at the Ortonviile Hospital. 70 YEARS AGO Oct. 10, 1929 Clifford Wendland won a trip to the National Dairy Show at St. Louis, MO on Oct. 12-18. It was announced today by Lynn Sheldon, Lac qui Parle county agent in charge of club work. Cast members of the high school operetta "Came Comes To College" are George Rinehart, Raymond Kight, Glenn Mundwiler, Winnefred Pufahl, Della Petrick, Marlys Hausauer, Albertine Johnson, Mildred Warford, Joseph Weeding, Franklin Strom, George Anderson, Marie Petrick, Sarah Sackreiter and Evelyn Rinehart. Work was completed today by Victor Carlson on a con- crete retaining wall on the lakefront near the Eahtonka Pavilion, at a cost of better than $1,200. Upwards of 5,000 people are expected to attend the Good Will Harvest Festival on Friday and Saturday in Ortonville. Rosen news By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Mrs. Jeff LaCanne and Trent of Windom were weekend guests at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Adelman. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Karels of Melrose were Friday, Oct. 1 until Tuesday, Oct. 5 guests at the home of Angie Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Rodas and Anthony of Marshall were weekend guests at the Roger Karels home. Mrs. Delrose Karels of Big Stone was a Sunday dinner and afternoon guest. Jerome Rademacher of Willmar spent a week helping with the corn and bean harvesting. Richard Bullard of Sauk Center, Matt Bullard of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bullard of Minneapolis, Tom Strei of Alexandria spent the Oct. 2 weekend at the Gene Strei home and were among the duck hunters in this area. Paul Drobny of River Falls, WI and son Patrick of Delano, were weekend visitors at the Matt Drobny and Greg Strei homes and enjoyed hunting during the weekend. St. Joseph's Council of Catholic women held their quarterly meeting at St. Joseph's School on Sunday evening, Oct. 3, 1999. Brian Schuelke of Lennox, SD, Brenda and Alan Schuelke of Watertown spent the weekend at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke. Mrs. Bud Radermacher, Travis and Taylor attended the open house at First English church in Ortonville on Sunday, Oct. 3rd in honor of the 90th birthday of Emma Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rademacher attended the Baptism of their grandson Tyler Robertson of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Salmen at Madison, SD on Sunday, Oct. 3, 1999, and were guests at the Tim Salmen home. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bergeson and family of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Redepenning and family of Farmington, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Stuckey and family of Milbank, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Anderson and family. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Stuckey and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bergeson. Tom Kirchberg of New Ulm was a Saturday, Oct. 2 visitor at the M.J. Kirchberg home. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavelko and family of Worthington, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Nelson and family of Pelican Rapids were weekend guests at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pillatzki. Additional visitors during the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Montag and family, Mrs. Mark Pillatzki and family, Mrs. Richard PiUatzki and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brandan Van Sambeek and Christopher, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pillatzki and family. Visitors at the Jerry Adelman home during Oct 2nd weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Adelman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Adeiman and family of Graceville. Monday, Oct. 4 forenoon visitors at BOATS & CAMPERS will be put into storage SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17 - 11:00 AM Big Stone County Fairgrounds - CLINTON, MN - BAD WEATHER DAY SUNDAY, OCT. 24 ~ Boats 15 ft. & under - $40.00; Boats 16 ft. & over - $50.00 Campers or Coaches 25 ft. & under- $60; Campers or Coaches over 25 ft.- $75 Any questions call Elaine Oustafson at 325-5963 No cars will be stored at the fairgrounds this year since the floor in the industrial building is in need of repair. When storing your boat or camper this year, please stay with your unit until it has been stored. No unit will be stored without payment being made that day. Storage is for six months. the Mrs. Rose Karels home were Mrs. Tom Strei of Alexandria and Betty Jean Kok of St. Paul. Mrs. Larry Weiderhoeft and family of New Ulm were Friday, Oct. 1 and Saturday guests at the Millerbernd home. Harvesting of beans full swing and lets safely. Alumni New_.w.s We are looking forpeople with OrtonvlleSch either ideas or the ability to work at As alway the All-School Reunion in August looking for 2000. articles for the Ortonville School. As always Ann looking for address Everyone is welcome to come to the meeting Tuesday, Oct. 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the commons area at the Any questions call 839-2139. Bellingham school PICTURES FOR SALE C. Edwards took an all student picture on the new playground equip ment. The proofs are in the school office if anyone would like to place an order for one. The cost is $1.25 for a 4x6 photo, to be paid for when ordered. The order will be mailed on Friday, October 15. PREPPIE NEWS We really feel part of the school activity, now in one of the nicest rooms, just next to first and second grade rooms. We love our windows that look out on the new playground equipment and have enjoyed getting out there many nice days in September. Lots of "school topics" were important to us in September also--- safety in school, on the bus, on the playground, learning about our new friends, getting to know all the play centers in our room, meeting people who work at school, taking turns with "chores" at school. Some of our special activities centered around favorite books about starting school, friends, apples, farms, Fall and celebrating 5th birthdays for Jonathon, Brice and Jordan. During October we will focus on families, more changes in the Fall, Mrs. Pat Gloege will get us off to a good start with toothbrushing, learn more about our senses, begin reading time with the 4th graders, and talk about nutrition with Chef Combo. We'd like to thank everyone who has clipped soup labels and box tops for education. Our Preppies have brought in many, many already. Thanks, also to those who have donated items for our room. Lots of nice educational toys were given to us by people working at the Depot. We still are looking for a 35mm camera that we can keep in our room. --The 1 st Gr. Preparedness Class-- (The Preppies) Sixth Grade plans The sixth graders took the first step in planning for their graduation. They have chosen light bit their class colors and white rose for their Their class motto is the best you have and come back to you." This is Fire in observance of it, Fire Mork presented each various books, flyers containing fire Each class has been routes, coloring pictures 1 them remember what and talking about home: Calendar Tuesday, 10-12 Saturday, 10-16 Tournament October 17-23 Week Monday, 10-18 6th shots Community flu Bd. mtg. 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, 10-19 Stone-6.00 Rosen 5:20 Thursday & MEA --No school-- MENU Breakfast Tuesday--Pancakes, juice, Wednesda, cereals, raisin bread milk. Thursday--Blu. toast, orange Friday--assorted apple juice, milk. Lunch Tuesday bun, french fries le apple crisp, milk. baked chicken, mashed chicken gravy, corn, roll, milk. Thursda sandwiches, seasonC pineapple tidbits, rice milk. Friday--Bee cheese sandwiches, milk. " J ..... PRINTING*  i , . i ...... " Is  Our I THE ORTONVILLE INDEPE IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll TUBBS SOFT WAT SALES * SERVICE * (AU Makes) Drinking Water Sy Iron Removal Systems Salt Delivery Agpletoxz, MN Phoxze DAKOTA BOYS, RANCH Hf FOUNDATION THRIFT STORE FALL CLEANING??? Energy In The Future Thursday, Oct. 28, 1999 GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH, ODESSA - 10:00 AM TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH, ODESSA - 11:00 AM TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH, ORTONVILLE - 1:00 PM The Fargo-Moorhead Dakota Boys Ranch Thrift Stores, in cooperation with these churches, will be accepting your donations of clean, saleable merchandise: Items needed are all types of clothing - especially children's Sunday School clothes, furniture, housewares, bedding, curtains, drapes, linens, knick knacks, decorating items, toys, records, books, jewelry and holiday decorations. It would be helpful if donations are in enclosed boxes or tied bags. Please contact the churches listed above as to when items may be dropped off. Please do not bring stoves, refrigerators, washers, dryers or broken/torn furniture. Strength In Numbers Thanks for give a boy another cha00 I I ORTONVILLE CAN COUNT ON Energy utilities today are facing big changes and big challenges. But our municipal utility has the pover we need to thrive. It's the power of partnership in Missouri River Energy Services. Our utility stands strong with 56 partner communities across the region. No matter how the energy industry changes, we can continue to count on clean, reliable, low-cost power for every citizen and business. Because we're all in this together. MISSOURI RIVER s" Ortenvlile ENERGY SERVICES Nm=idl Udlldm Page 4b 00INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Oct, Good old days in the qC)rtonville area DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The Ortonville Independent ORTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL'S CLASS OF 1942 is shown in this photo taken in the year 1937 in the old gym of the old school building. Front row, left to right, are Glen Arndt, Bob Peterson, Bill Karn, Bob Vodisch, Russ Stansfield, Richard Matthews, Weston Schneck, Pete Fridgen, Bill King and ???; second row, Minnie Shaleen, Lorraine Sellin, Mary Jane Gjengdahl, Georgella Lieb, Kathryn Kaercher, Phyllis Parker, Barbara Schoen, ???, Doreen Berdan, Betty Oswood, Patsy Potter, Kathleen O'Donnell, Marguerite Pflueger, ??? and Margaret McCarty; third row, Verona Lerum, Avis Seeman, Helen Baerwald, Fern Mittelstaedt, Francis Kiernat, Virginia Karels, Jeanine Peyton, Alice Stanstrom, Marlys Ulrich, Mavis Rau, Deloris Lerum, ???, Helen Heidke, Arlene Bendix and ???; top row, Ragna Hatelid (teacher), Bob Barr, Joe Leighton, George Barwin, Francis Zempel, Willis Blank, Earl Homan, Vernon Conrad, Harris Davis, Johnny Martin, Leonard Olson and Floyd Kurtz. Photo was submitted by Warren Schoen. Leonard Olson says that about half of this class is still residing within a 30-mile radius of Ortonville. 10 YEARS AGO Oct. 18, 1989 Northside Medical Center plans a major expansion and renovation with construction to begin this fall. The half million dollar project will add more than 2,000 square feet to the Ortonville clinic's existing 4,600 ft. Curt Hormann is Ortonville's newest full time police officer. Elda Bethke was honored on her 100th birthday by rela- tives and friends last Sunday at the Tabor United Methodist Church in Big Stone. A fire Wednesday night gutted the home of Norlan and Dollie Hagerott at 421 Jackson in Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Wittnebel will be honored on their 65th wedding anniversary on Oct. 22 at the Town Walter Trinity Lutheran Church. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Harley Helgeson of Ortonville, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ehlebracht of Milbank and a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bolsta of Big Stone City. 25 YEARS AGO Oct. 9, 1974 Cindy Pansch and Tom Kindt were crowned Homecoming queen and king at the Ortonville Homecoming. Hasslen Construction has been awarded the general con- tract for a new addition to the high school in Benson. Orcon has a $1,250,000 order for truck boxes for the next six months. The Trojans football team won over Madison in an over- time game. The team remains undefeated. 50 YEARS AGO Oct. 27, 1949 With a crowd of three hun- dred people in attendance, the new Holden Lutheran Church at Beardsley was dedicated Sunday afternoon. Business places in Odessa will be closed during the win- ter months on Wednesday evening. Dr. E.C. Mathis was elected president of the Ortonville Kiwanis Club. Other officers are Harvey Pflueger and Dr. Earl Harris. Ortonville's high school band will appear in new uni- forms shortly before Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Gloege observed their 25th wedding anniversary at their home on Sunday. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wendland of Big Stone City at the Ortonviile Hospital. 70 YEARS AGO Oct. 10, 1929 Clifford Wendland won a trip to the National Dairy Show at St. Louis, MO on Oct. 12-18. It was announced today by Lynn Sheldon, Lac qui Parle county agent in charge of club work. Cast members of the high school operetta "Came Comes To College" are George Rinehart, Raymond Kight, Glenn Mundwiler, Winnefred Pufahl, Della Petrick, Marlys Hausauer, Albertine Johnson, Mildred Warford, Joseph Weeding, Franklin Strom, George Anderson, Marie Petrick, Sarah Sackreiter and Evelyn Rinehart. Work was completed today by Victor Carlson on a con- crete retaining wall on the lakefront near the Eahtonka Pavilion, at a cost of better than $1,200. Upwards of 5,000 people are expected to attend the Good Will Harvest Festival on Friday and Saturday in Ortonville. Rosen news By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Mrs. Jeff LaCanne and Trent of Windom were weekend guests at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Adelman. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Karels of Melrose were Friday, Oct. 1 until Tuesday, Oct. 5 guests at the home of Angie Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Rodas and Anthony of Marshall were weekend guests at the Roger Karels home. Mrs. Delrose Karels of Big Stone was a Sunday dinner and afternoon guest. Jerome Rademacher of Willmar spent a week helping with the corn and bean harvesting. Richard Bullard of Sauk Center, Matt Bullard of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bullard of Minneapolis, Tom Strei of Alexandria spent the Oct. 2 weekend at the Gene Strei home and were among the duck hunters in this area. Paul Drobny of River Falls, WI and son Patrick of Delano, were weekend visitors at the Matt Drobny and Greg Strei homes and enjoyed hunting during the weekend. St. Joseph's Council of Catholic women held their quarterly meeting at St. Joseph's School on Sunday evening, Oct. 3, 1999. Brian Schuelke of Lennox, SD, Brenda and Alan Schuelke of Watertown spent the weekend at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke. Mrs. Bud Radermacher, Travis and Taylor attended the open house at First English church in Ortonville on Sunday, Oct. 3rd in honor of the 90th birthday of Emma Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rademacher attended the Baptism of their grandson Tyler Robertson of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Salmen at Madison, SD on Sunday, Oct. 3, 1999, and were guests at the Tim Salmen home. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bergeson and family of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Redepenning and family of Farmington, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Stuckey and family of Milbank, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Anderson and family. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Stuckey and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bergeson. Tom Kirchberg of New Ulm was a Saturday, Oct. 2 visitor at the M.J. Kirchberg home. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavelko and family of Worthington, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Nelson and family of Pelican Rapids were weekend guests at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pillatzki. Additional visitors during the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Montag and family, Mrs. Mark Pillatzki and family, Mrs. Richard PiUatzki and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brandan Van Sambeek and Christopher, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pillatzki and family. Visitors at the Jerry Adelman home during Oct 2nd weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Adelman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Adeiman and family of Graceville. Monday, Oct. 4 forenoon visitors at BOATS & CAMPERS will be put into storage SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17 - 11:00 AM Big Stone County Fairgrounds - CLINTON, MN - BAD WEATHER DAY SUNDAY, OCT. 24 ~ Boats 15 ft. & under - $40.00; Boats 16 ft. & over - $50.00 Campers or Coaches 25 ft. & under- $60; Campers or Coaches over 25 ft.- $75 Any questions call Elaine Oustafson at 325-5963 No cars will be stored at the fairgrounds this year since the floor in the industrial building is in need of repair. When storing your boat or camper this year, please stay with your unit until it has been stored. No unit will be stored without payment being made that day. Storage is for six months. the Mrs. Rose Karels home were Mrs. Tom Strei of Alexandria and Betty Jean Kok of St. Paul. Mrs. Larry Weiderhoeft and family of New Ulm were Friday, Oct. 1 and Saturday guests at the Millerbernd home. Harvesting of beans full swing and lets safely. Alumni New_.w.s We are looking forpeople with OrtonvlleSch either ideas or the ability to work at As alway the All-School Reunion in August looking for 2000. articles for the Ortonville School. As always Ann looking for address Everyone is welcome to come to the meeting Tuesday, Oct. 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the commons area at the Any questions call 839-2139. Bellingham school PICTURES FOR SALE C. Edwards took an all student picture on the new playground equip ment. The proofs are in the school office if anyone would like to place an order for one. The cost is $1.25 for a 4x6 photo, to be paid for when ordered. The order will be mailed on Friday, October 15. PREPPIE NEWS We really feel part of the school activity, now in one of the nicest rooms, just next to first and second grade rooms. We love our windows that look out on the new playground equipment and have enjoyed getting out there many nice days in September. Lots of "school topics" were important to us in September also--- safety in school, on the bus, on the playground, learning about our new friends, getting to know all the play centers in our room, meeting people who work at school, taking turns with "chores" at school. Some of our special activities centered around favorite books about starting school, friends, apples, farms, Fall and celebrating 5th birthdays for Jonathon, Brice and Jordan. During October we will focus on families, more changes in the Fall, Mrs. Pat Gloege will get us off to a good start with toothbrushing, learn more about our senses, begin reading time with the 4th graders, and talk about nutrition with Chef Combo. We'd like to thank everyone who has clipped soup labels and box tops for education. Our Preppies have brought in many, many already. Thanks, also to those who have donated items for our room. Lots of nice educational toys were given to us by people working at the Depot. We still are looking for a 35mm camera that we can keep in our room. --The 1 st Gr. Preparedness Class-- (The Preppies) Sixth Grade plans The sixth graders took the first step in planning for their graduation. They have chosen light bit their class colors and white rose for their Their class motto is the best you have and come back to you." This is Fire in observance of it, Fire Mork presented each various books, flyers containing fire Each class has been routes, coloring pictures 1 them remember what and talking about home: Calendar Tuesday, 10-12 Saturday, 10-16 Tournament October 17-23 Week Monday, 10-18 6th shots Community flu Bd. mtg. 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, 10-19 Stone-6.00 Rosen 5:20 Thursday & MEA --No school-- MENU Breakfast Tuesday--Pancakes, juice, Wednesda, cereals, raisin bread milk. Thursday--Blu. toast, orange Friday--assorted apple juice, milk. Lunch Tuesday bun, french fries le apple crisp, milk. baked chicken, mashed chicken gravy, corn, roll, milk. Thursda sandwiches, seasonC pineapple tidbits, rice milk. Friday--Bee cheese sandwiches, milk. " J ..... PRINTING*  i , . i ...... " Is  Our I THE ORTONVILLE INDEPE IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll TUBBS SOFT WAT SALES * SERVICE * (AU Makes) Drinking Water Sy Iron Removal Systems Salt Delivery Agpletoxz, MN Phoxze DAKOTA BOYS, RANCH Hf FOUNDATION THRIFT STORE FALL CLEANING??? Energy In The Future Thursday, Oct. 28, 1999 GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH, ODESSA - 10:00 AM TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH, ODESSA - 11:00 AM TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH, ORTONVILLE - 1:00 PM The Fargo-Moorhead Dakota Boys Ranch Thrift Stores, in cooperation with these churches, will be accepting your donations of clean, saleable merchandise: Items needed are all types of clothing - especially children's Sunday School clothes, furniture, housewares, bedding, curtains, drapes, linens, knick knacks, decorating items, toys, records, books, jewelry and holiday decorations. It would be helpful if donations are in enclosed boxes or tied bags. Please contact the churches listed above as to when items may be dropped off. Please do not bring stoves, refrigerators, washers, dryers or broken/torn furniture. Strength In Numbers Thanks for give a boy another cha00 I I ORTONVILLE CAN COUNT ON Energy utilities today are facing big changes and big challenges. But our municipal utility has the pover we need to thrive. It's the power of partnership in Missouri River Energy Services. Our utility stands strong with 56 partner communities across the region. No matter how the energy industry changes, we can continue to count on clean, reliable, low-cost power for every citizen and business. Because we're all in this together. MISSOURI RIVER s" Ortenvlile ENERGY SERVICES Nm=idl Udlldm Page 4b 00INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Oct,