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October 13, 1998

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L Cards of ] Sons of No..ryvay thanks Lodge meetung ! Sons of Norway Granittdalen POSTER WINNERS at Ortonville Elementary their winnin )s :el s. Students in grades 1-4 participat- the Ortonville Fire Department. Shown front are winners Travis Diekmann (1st), I2nd) and Emde (3rd). Second row, second th Wandersee (1st), Kenny Folk (2nd) and Evan Sammon ird row are third grade winners Zachary Larson (1st), Tiffany and Ashley Leuthardt (3rd). In back, fourth graders Kathryn Pillatzke (2nd) and Jessica Jacobsen (3rd). Below, the was fourth grader Kyle Arndt. He took home truck, and is shown at right with Ortonville fireman Dave posters will be on display at the school, and the Ortonville like to thank Paul Chindvall and his art class for. year&apos;s posters, "IFYOU SNOOZE, YOU LOSE" EQUIPMENT LIQUIDATION n a cut enr smu, lne mdu, S' NJq Snu, S0-6 rwr nt, ar erme=, Sor 8 Wddem Z S,:,, Cempwom nunbs mcnn, lid ShdCmS, SdeJ, Clblne Comew/Seq- Cmnm mad=, Cdm ldercedej lot Clrs. rtm mJod: UKd allpa wheds, Urn, frme=, cm., me=t dker, drm bea" ceokr, & Trop beabwu, Sot & beat mNre. U a  Im car ali  0 I0 ld Imv d Oct. 13 thru 17 in Frazee, MN IIII CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to our many relatives and friends.for the floral contribu- tions, cards and memorials, and food brought to the house. We were over- whelmed by the outpouring of love and caring shown by so many. Special thanks to Brett of Larson Funeral Home; Pastor R. Karl Watkins for the visits to the house and words of comfort at the service; to Vi Rabe, Russ Howard and Patty Rothi Anderson for the beautiful music; to the nephews who were pall- hearers; to Gertje-Van Lith American Legion Post 229 of Big Stone City for the Honor Guard and flag presen- tation; and to the UMW for the lunch. And a very special thank you to sis- ters-in-law Janet, Faye and Eileen for staying at the house when the family had to be gone; and to Jim Jaros for meeting Dale at the airport. God bless you all. The Family of Stanley Athey When two hearts heat as one, The chest is full of love to treasure. But when one heart stops, And the other one breaks, There is a hurt no one can measure. -Marilyn 37-1 CARD OF THANKS Dear friends and relatives of Beaty Kunde...They say that the Midwest is the "Heartland" of America, because the grain is grown here. Our family believes it is because of your hearts. You have sent many cards and gifts of sympathy, bouquets of flowers, brought food, words of kindness and many, many prayers for her, and all of these truly came from your hearts. Know that all of these will he remem- hered forever. We know that Beaty, in her own way, is thankful to you and is watching you from God's Heavenly Kingdom through the holes in heaven's floor. God bless you all, Her loving fmnily, Roger, Michael, Becky, Douglas 37-1 CARD OF THANKS The family of Allen "Butch" Mittelstaedt would like to thank the many, many people who provided us with support in any way at the time of Butch's death. Your response was overwhelming and reminded us how loved and respected Butch was and how many individuals he touched through his business, community ser- vice and personal life. We are work- ing on responding individually to all who remembered Butch with cards, memorials, floral tributes, visits and other thoughtful acts. 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Experienced & inexperienced ddvers FOR A FEW PENNIES MORE wantedl No experience neoessaryl CDL Ga 1 latest worm- raining availabb l Exceilentpay, .full Im- ers. s active erda, consistent miles, assigned equip- At mont. Swift Transportation 800/254-8785 Lodge #1-651 will meet on Thursday evening, Oct. 15th at the Grant County Courthouse Community Room at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Charles Hanson, Correll, will be showing sliles of Norway. Jorunn Saemundsdottir, Milbank, SD, will be leading Norwegian folk singing. All Nordic backgrounds are welcome to come and Charter Memberships are still being accepted. Granittdalen Lodge will be meeting the third Thursday each month at the courthouse at 7:30 in the community room. There will be noon planning meetings held on the first Thursday of each month at various restaurants in the area which will be announced at each of these meetings. The November noon meeting will be at the Hilltop Cafe, Ortonville, at 12 noon. Rosen news By Mrs. MJ. Kirchberg Mrs. Lawrence Millerbernd spent Tuesday until Wednesday at the Larry Weiderhoeft home in New Ulm and also visited with the Tom Schwarz's and Lyle Fischer families. Mrs. Julie Henrich and Angle Schmidt were among folks that attended the St. James Parish Festival in Dawson on Sunday, Oct. 4. Mrs. Joan Strei and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Abramowski and Joseph attended St. John's dinner in Mdison on Sunday, Oct. 4. Mrs. Dorothy Blank of Valley City, ND left Friday Oct. 2 after spending a week at the Alfred Volkenant home. Mrs. Joan Strei visited her aunt Mrs. Helen Willigalli at her home in Madison on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 4. Mrs. Joan Strei attended the wedding of her niece Angela Strei and James Noll at St. Charles Church in Big Stone. on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 3rd and reception at the Golf Club in Ortonville. Mrs. Alice Rademacher and Clara accompanied Mrs. Joan Strei to visit at the Wilbert Pillatzki home in Revillo and at the Mrs. Doris Marso home in rural Revillo on Tuesday, Sept. 29, 1998. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd spent Sunday, Oct. 4 in Park Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Strei of Alexandria, Richard Bullard of Sank Centre and sons Ross and Matt of Minneapolis were weekend guests at the Gene Strei home and the men enjoyed duck hunting in this area. Mrs. Steve Ban', Caitlin and Kristin and friend Amanda of Ortonville were Saturday, Oct. 3 afternoon visitors at the M.J. Kirchberg home. Mark Karels and son Jeff of St. Cloud were weekend visitors at the Ralph Karels home. Sunday, Oct. 4 dinner and afternoon guests at the M.J. Kirchherg home were Mrs. Richard Schochcar of San Clemento, CA and her mother Mrs. Cora Kirchberg of Madison Lutheran Home, Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Kirchherg and sons of Milbank, SD, and afternoon callers were Richard Bullard of Sank Centre, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mark and Tracey. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brehmer, Eric and Amanda and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kirchberg and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Adelman and John Paul spent Sunday in Marshall and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jeff LaCanne and Monica Adelman. Heidi Croatt of Fargo spent the weekend at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Croatt. Mobile meals Tuesday, Oct. 13 through Friday, Oct. 16: Dale and Betty Hausauer, Elayne Fahlgren, Norm and Gen Davis Monday, Oct. 19 through Friday, Oct. 23: Dorothy Gmiterko, Jim and Muriel Gier, Ralph and Ruth Dittes Prairie Five menu I Reservations may be made by calling the Senior Center. When requesting a meal call the Senior Center the day prior to eating at 839- 3555 before 5 p.m. II IJJlt I1 II CRAm II 0011 l  Minnesota Certified II Ill w,=.e, II  UNITED STATES POSTAL ERVlCE ,, Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation (Requd by 3 U S.C. a5) t POma  The 0rtonville Independent 4 w Frequency PublxsheO Every Tuesday so e,m.,..  / s ,, , 1,330000 ;0090000 29 N. W. 2rid Street, Ortonville, MN 56278-0336 Big Stone County 29 N. W. 2rid Street, 0rtonvzlle, MN 56278 r- , ma   ,, w Pam. Eo,. ma t'alp F.a (o*  t,- R* t Jeanette R. Kaercher. P0 Box 336, 0rtonvxlle, MN 56278 James D. Kaercher, PO Box 336, 0rtonvxlle, MN 56278 Sue Kaercher Blake, RR 1, Box 1258, 0rtonvxlle, MN 56278 W  r<mdla ohrBlen, a,. re at, d  mtel ae d.) (Do tt Lee WtJ Kaercher Publications, Inc. Box 336. 0rtonville, MN 56278 Jeanette R. Kaercher Box 336, 0rtonvE1e, MN 56278 James O. 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