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ra honored for 20 years ng National Library Week has been serving for nearly her work at the her career wtih the after she and husband their permanent COuple had previously traveling, as the result career. working at the and was responsible "I think I only worked hours a year," she she has worked her the ranks. She has different librarians, remodeling projects, more news- papers in the library, a handicap-acce- sible entrance, and the addition of computers, a copy machine and more new books. Today she serves as Assistant Librarian, and fills in when- ever necessary at the library. "I think of this as my community service work to the Ortonville com- munity," said Kvidera, an avid reader, who raised her kids to love reading as well. She also mentioned that her children are now raising their children to be readers. In her spare time, Carolyn enjoys sewing, fishing, gardening and baking cookies with her five grandchildren. Staff at the Ortonville Public Library would like to congratulate Carolyn on her 20 years of service. ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN Carolyn Kvidera is pictured above. She has been working at the Ortonville Library for 20 years. ngham BES Bearcat Girls' II ends exciting week Bearcat Girls' an exciting week of in Monday and Oct. 20, the Bearcats SD to go up teams. The teams hit the and came out with St. Lawrence. sixth grade team a job both y, coming Oct. 21, the teams held a special night to honor their par- ents. Third and fourth graders played well against the Grant-Duel Wildcats. Bellingham played hard against the tough Grant-Duel team, and came out victorious. Defense and offense did a great job working as a team. After the third and fourth grade game, the girls and their parents were introduced. Each girl received a medal in honor of their hard work and dedication. Following the introduc- tion, the fifth and sixth grade team took the floor in full force. Knowing that h/fight would be a factor in this game, the girls played hard and did a super job as a team, but came out short in the end. Coach Chris extends a thank you to the girls and their parents for the wonderful and thoughtful comments they have given. "It is a real experi- ence to be in the shoes of a coach, and it was "hard to fill the shoes of Cindy Henrich," said Chris. "She has been a lifesaver when I needed a little info here and there. Also, please make sure you thank Cindy and Tabitha Henrich for taking the time to referee. They do a super job." Ortonville news I Gail Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Tuesday evening, Oct. 21st at the Ortonville School Jerri Van Hout and Phyllis Schiuter enjoyed the Chautauqua concert which was Western music. On Oct. 16th Jim Schluter of Rosemount brought his mother Phyllis Schluter home from a short stay in the Cities, Sons Richard and Bob from Bloomington came Friday, Sharon, Jim, Dennis, and Chuck Weisner came from Andover. They played golf and went hunting. It was a nice week-end. Joe and Dorothy Coubal went to Montevideo and spent the day with Lou and Donna Coubal on Friday, Oct. 17th. Harold, Barb, and Jenna Larson from Clarkfield visited Joe and Dorothy Coubal on Sunday, Oct. 19th. Tuesday, Oct. 21st Donna Coubal was air flown by helicopter to St. Cloud because she suffered a heart attack, Donna is Joe and Dorothy's daughter-in-law. Carol Thomas from Sacramento, CA and her cousin Marty from Atwater spent Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 22nd with Joe and Dorothy Coubal. Mr. and Mrs, Nick Karels and family of Perham visited Roman and Shirley Karels the week-end of Oct. 17th. Christian Women's Club met Tuesday, Oct. 21st at Zion Lutheran Church at 9 a.m. The special feature was Darlene Mohnsen who showed her chip carvings. Phyllis Seller was the soloist from Bellingham. Jan Melner gave them inspirational words to live by. About 80 women enjoyed the morning. Jeanne Berg and Esther Mullins attended Christian Women's Club on Tuesday, Oct. 21st at Zion Lutheran Church. Saturday, Oct. 18th Ken and Jeanne Berg's daughter Karla and husband Jerry Arne from Long Lake came to visit Ken and Jeanne Berg and helped them prepare for winter Dale and Eileen Williams from Egan visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson the week- end of Oct. 17th. Dean Hanson visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Friday night, Oct. 17th. Wanda Koepke and Marlys Radermacher visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Sunday night, Oct. 19th. Carlene Wittnebel and Deb Steuart were Sunday, Oct. 19 visitors of Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Harriet Kidman visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Tuesday night, Oct. 21st. Carlene Wittnebei and her son Doug visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Wednesday, Oct. 21 st. Bob and Mary Lou Meyer visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Wednesday, Oct. 21st. Gladys Brehmer among others attended Christian Women's Club on Tuesday morning, Oct. 21st at Zion Lutheran Church. Elaine Gable attended Christian Women's Club at Zion Lutheran Church at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 21st. Lillian Ninneman took her granddaughter Jennifer and husband Chris Herriman to dinner at Hilltop on Sunday, Oct. 19th. Lillian Ninneman enjoyed playing whist an Tuesday, Oct. 21st at the Ortonville Senior Citizens Center. Terri Freeman of Richfield, and Mary Karels of Houston, TX spent Thursday, Oct. 16th to Sunday, Oct. 19th at the home of their parents Orlend and Irene Mathison. Mrs. Dean Sprung from Mounds View, Rebecca Sprung, and little Jonathan came out on Friday, Oct. 18th to visit Faith Sprung, the Dennis Dragts, and Steve and Colly Dragt and Cassandra and Jack. Delores Karels' cousin Evelyn Vincent from St. Paul and her daughter Carol Vincent from St. Paul visited Delores Karels on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 18th. Alice Radermacher, chairman of Christian Women's Club, attended Christian Women's Club Tuesday morning, Oct. 21st at Zion Lutheran Church. They had a luncheon for the former and new officers. Shirley Karels and Delores Karels and Evelyn Vincent of St. Paul accompanied Carol Karels of Odessa as she took them on a little tour of the vinegar factory in Roslyn and a antique store at Ortley, SD. They had an enjoyable visit with Carol Karels's Mom in Roslyn. High bridge players at the Ortonville Senior Center Friday afternoon, Oct. 24th were Jerry Jorgenson and Gebbs Holme. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. Visitors at the Lance and Emilee Okeson home in Ortonville were Emilee's sister Vicki and her husband Pete Scott and two of their children Crystal and Donald Scott from Alabama on Saturday, Oct. 25 till Monday, Oct. 27. On Sunday, Oct. 26 Emilee and two of her children Jeremy and Alecia and Vicki Scott and two of her children Crystal and Donald drove to Grand Forks, ND to visit their father Clayton Jacobson who is having surgery on Tuesday, Oct. 28. They also went to the hospital and visited their step-mother and step- grandmother Barb Jacobson who is recovering from a fracture in her leg. Additional Saturday and Sunday visitors were Lance and Emilee's daughter Wanda Okeson and fiancee Matt Hector from Winthrop. schq ,ol news Retakes E. Edwards Studio arsday, Oct. 30 for day. If your child e, please send the : back to school and gen or take it to the will have a group anyone else who ars taken on Sept. 22, 0n Thursday. state rates each anesota on their test required 3rd and 5th The Bellingham will not receive a Core because our izes are too small to ey do provide our scores. index rate is 94.74. rate is 52.48. Our rate is 94.7. The s 52.01. Scores show a very f what a small school Show Nov. 6 Stevens will at the Bellingham Nov. 6 at 8:30 are invited show with us! use of live s, audiences will between gas lights will learn how the g used today in medicine, and 6ngineering, as well as getting a preview of how valuable the laser can be to us in the future. "Today Decides Tomorrow" The Bellingham Elementary School sixth grade class has chosen "Today Decides Tomorrow" as their class motto, red and ivory as their class colors and red and ivory roses as their class flowers. The members of the class are: McKenzie Henrich, Seth Henrich, Brandy Larson, Schuyler Larson, Shellaney Moyer and Emily Weber. Calendar Tuesday, 10-28 GBB (A) Big Stone at 5:00 p.m. (2 games) Thursday, 10-30 GBB at 3:15 Friday, 10-31 Special Interest; End of 1st quarter **HAPPY HALLOWEEN** Breakfast Tuesday-french toast sticks, breakfast link, juice and milk Wednesday-cold cereal, cinnamon toast, juice and milk Thursday-french toast, sausage, milk Friday-breakfast pizza, juice, milk 25 LB. BEEF BUNDLE 20 LB. PORK BUNDLE 849.95 PerLb. 824.95 Lunch Tuesday-chicken noodle soup, S.S. sandwiches, pears, PBJ and milk. Wednesday-polish sausage, nachos with cheese, baked beans, apple slices, banana bread and milk. Thursday-Bearcat burgers, fries, bananas, cookies, PBJ and milk. Friday-french toast, hashbrowns, orange slices, sausage links, bread and milk. t Poll 00sults the 51.8% 48.2% votes at vote DNR question of the week Q: Hunters and anglers are now required to provide their social securi- ty numbers before any type of license can be sold to them. Why and what happens if they refuse'? A: Minnesota lawmakers passed legislation in 2003 requiring the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to collect social security numbers (SSN) before hunt- ing or fishing licenses can be issued. This is part of the 1996 Welfare Reform Act the federal government created to assist states with the enforcement of child support pro- grams. Hunters and anglers of all ages must either have their SSN on file with the DNR or provide it at the time of purchase. Those who refuse will be denied a license. However, hunters and anglers will only need to provide their SSN number once. Hunting and fishing licenses can be purchased at more than 1800 loca- tions throughout Minnesota. For more information on the types of licenses available, or providing social security numbers, check out the DNR's Web site at www.dnr.state.mn.us. Tom Keefe, DNR ELS Coordinator Very nice year round home located on the Peninsula. Home is connected to city sewer and water. It features 3 bedrooms, family room, screened-in porch, office area, double attached garage on a beautiful lake lot. To view this home call Shady Oak Realty today! Sna i X Oak gealty Call 320-839-2118 or 1-800-630-4978 ,=.=, Ortonvil. hlinnota rodyodtredty.com R Tom  Broker Rir.k Sdmdt. Bmker KQmn Ok Sqkn Ns O,k .r,n Pm Sdln Sdes I I Daily Hours: Mon..Fri. 8 AM- 5:30 PM, Sat. 8 AM- 5 PM ORTONVlLLE, MN PHONE (320) 839-2653 Your Big Game REG,SrER Processing Headquarters!'0000'-00N/g200REE We accept EBT Cards BUFFALO AVAILABLE  $1( MEAT EQUAL TO FEDERALLY INSPECTED.  r . BUNDLE ...... Get your beef and pork processed before deer season, Nov. 8th! LOWEST PRICES ON MEAT IN AREAl Per Lb. 0 Country Ring - Per Lb. D., H.m ................... 2.29 S.u.,g. ..................... S2.79 Locally Grown - Per Lb.  '11 Locally Grown - Per Lb. Ou,rt.,, orS,00. .... ".49 H,,A Hog ...................... 79 LET US CATER YOUR EVENTI Reunions & Weddings, Anniversaries or Parties Need More Speed? 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Deposit may be requtre, Offer available through 12/31/03. 8, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 5 ra honored for 20 years ng National Library Week has been serving for nearly her work at the her career wtih the after she and husband their permanent COuple had previously traveling, as the result career. working at the and was responsible "I think I only worked hours a year," she she has worked her the ranks. She has different librarians, remodeling projects, more news- papers in the library, a handicap-acce- sible entrance, and the addition of computers, a copy machine and more new books. Today she serves as Assistant Librarian, and fills in when- ever necessary at the library. "I think of this as my community service work to the Ortonville com- munity," said Kvidera, an avid reader, who raised her kids to love reading as well. She also mentioned that her children are now raising their children to be readers. In her spare time, Carolyn enjoys sewing, fishing, gardening and baking cookies with her five grandchildren. Staff at the Ortonville Public Library would like to congratulate Carolyn on her 20 years of service. ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN Carolyn Kvidera is pictured above. She has been working at the Ortonville Library for 20 years. ngham BES Bearcat Girls' II ends exciting week Bearcat Girls' an exciting week of in Monday and Oct. 20, the Bearcats SD to go up teams. The teams hit the and came out with St. Lawrence. sixth grade team a job both y, coming Oct. 21, the teams held a special night to honor their par- ents. Third and fourth graders played well against the Grant-Duel Wildcats. Bellingham played hard against the tough Grant-Duel team, and came out victorious. Defense and offense did a great job working as a team. After the third and fourth grade game, the girls and their parents were introduced. Each girl received a medal in honor of their hard work and dedication. Following the introduc- tion, the fifth and sixth grade team took the floor in full force. Knowing that h/fight would be a factor in this game, the girls played hard and did a super job as a team, but came out short in the end. Coach Chris extends a thank you to the girls and their parents for the wonderful and thoughtful comments they have given. "It is a real experi- ence to be in the shoes of a coach, and it was "hard to fill the shoes of Cindy Henrich," said Chris. "She has been a lifesaver when I needed a little info here and there. Also, please make sure you thank Cindy and Tabitha Henrich for taking the time to referee. They do a super job." Ortonville news I Gail Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Tuesday evening, Oct. 21st at the Ortonville School Jerri Van Hout and Phyllis Schiuter enjoyed the Chautauqua concert which was Western music. On Oct. 16th Jim Schluter of Rosemount brought his mother Phyllis Schluter home from a short stay in the Cities, Sons Richard and Bob from Bloomington came Friday, Sharon, Jim, Dennis, and Chuck Weisner came from Andover. They played golf and went hunting. It was a nice week-end. Joe and Dorothy Coubal went to Montevideo and spent the day with Lou and Donna Coubal on Friday, Oct. 17th. Harold, Barb, and Jenna Larson from Clarkfield visited Joe and Dorothy Coubal on Sunday, Oct. 19th. Tuesday, Oct. 21st Donna Coubal was air flown by helicopter to St. Cloud because she suffered a heart attack, Donna is Joe and Dorothy's daughter-in-law. Carol Thomas from Sacramento, CA and her cousin Marty from Atwater spent Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 22nd with Joe and Dorothy Coubal. Mr. and Mrs, Nick Karels and family of Perham visited Roman and Shirley Karels the week-end of Oct. 17th. Christian Women's Club met Tuesday, Oct. 21st at Zion Lutheran Church at 9 a.m. The special feature was Darlene Mohnsen who showed her chip carvings. Phyllis Seller was the soloist from Bellingham. Jan Melner gave them inspirational words to live by. About 80 women enjoyed the morning. Jeanne Berg and Esther Mullins attended Christian Women's Club on Tuesday, Oct. 21st at Zion Lutheran Church. Saturday, Oct. 18th Ken and Jeanne Berg's daughter Karla and husband Jerry Arne from Long Lake came to visit Ken and Jeanne Berg and helped them prepare for winter Dale and Eileen Williams from Egan visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson the week- end of Oct. 17th. Dean Hanson visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Friday night, Oct. 17th. Wanda Koepke and Marlys Radermacher visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Sunday night, Oct. 19th. Carlene Wittnebel and Deb Steuart were Sunday, Oct. 19 visitors of Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Harriet Kidman visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Tuesday night, Oct. 21st. Carlene Wittnebei and her son Doug visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Wednesday, Oct. 21 st. Bob and Mary Lou Meyer visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Wednesday, Oct. 21st. Gladys Brehmer among others attended Christian Women's Club on Tuesday morning, Oct. 21st at Zion Lutheran Church. Elaine Gable attended Christian Women's Club at Zion Lutheran Church at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 21st. Lillian Ninneman took her granddaughter Jennifer and husband Chris Herriman to dinner at Hilltop on Sunday, Oct. 19th. Lillian Ninneman enjoyed playing whist an Tuesday, Oct. 21st at the Ortonville Senior Citizens Center. Terri Freeman of Richfield, and Mary Karels of Houston, TX spent Thursday, Oct. 16th to Sunday, Oct. 19th at the home of their parents Orlend and Irene Mathison. Mrs. Dean Sprung from Mounds View, Rebecca Sprung, and little Jonathan came out on Friday, Oct. 18th to visit Faith Sprung, the Dennis Dragts, and Steve and Colly Dragt and Cassandra and Jack. Delores Karels' cousin Evelyn Vincent from St. Paul and her daughter Carol Vincent from St. Paul visited Delores Karels on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 18th. Alice Radermacher, chairman of Christian Women's Club, attended Christian Women's Club Tuesday morning, Oct. 21st at Zion Lutheran Church. They had a luncheon for the former and new officers. Shirley Karels and Delores Karels and Evelyn Vincent of St. Paul accompanied Carol Karels of Odessa as she took them on a little tour of the vinegar factory in Roslyn and a antique store at Ortley, SD. They had an enjoyable visit with Carol Karels's Mom in Roslyn. High bridge players at the Ortonville Senior Center Friday afternoon, Oct. 24th were Jerry Jorgenson and Gebbs Holme. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. Visitors at the Lance and Emilee Okeson home in Ortonville were Emilee's sister Vicki and her husband Pete Scott and two of their children Crystal and Donald Scott from Alabama on Saturday, Oct. 25 till Monday, Oct. 27. On Sunday, Oct. 26 Emilee and two of her children Jeremy and Alecia and Vicki Scott and two of her children Crystal and Donald drove to Grand Forks, ND to visit their father Clayton Jacobson who is having surgery on Tuesday, Oct. 28. They also went to the hospital and visited their step-mother and step- grandmother Barb Jacobson who is recovering from a fracture in her leg. Additional Saturday and Sunday visitors were Lance and Emilee's daughter Wanda Okeson and fiancee Matt Hector from Winthrop. schq ,ol news Retakes E. Edwards Studio arsday, Oct. 30 for day. If your child e, please send the : back to school and gen or take it to the will have a group anyone else who ars taken on Sept. 22, 0n Thursday. state rates each anesota on their test required 3rd and 5th The Bellingham will not receive a Core because our izes are too small to ey do provide our scores. index rate is 94.74. rate is 52.48. Our rate is 94.7. The s 52.01. Scores show a very f what a small school Show Nov. 6 Stevens will at the Bellingham Nov. 6 at 8:30 are invited show with us! use of live s, audiences will between gas lights will learn how the g used today in medicine, and 6ngineering, as well as getting a preview of how valuable the laser can be to us in the future. "Today Decides Tomorrow" The Bellingham Elementary School sixth grade class has chosen "Today Decides Tomorrow" as their class motto, red and ivory as their class colors and red and ivory roses as their class flowers. The members of the class are: McKenzie Henrich, Seth Henrich, Brandy Larson, Schuyler Larson, Shellaney Moyer and Emily Weber. Calendar Tuesday, 10-28 GBB (A) Big Stone at 5:00 p.m. (2 games) Thursday, 10-30 GBB at 3:15 Friday, 10-31 Special Interest; End of 1st quarter **HAPPY HALLOWEEN** Breakfast Tuesday-french toast sticks, breakfast link, juice and milk Wednesday-cold cereal, cinnamon toast, juice and milk Thursday-french toast, sausage, milk Friday-breakfast pizza, juice, milk 25 LB. BEEF BUNDLE 20 LB. PORK BUNDLE 849.95 PerLb. 824.95 Lunch Tuesday-chicken noodle soup, S.S. sandwiches, pears, PBJ and milk. Wednesday-polish sausage, nachos with cheese, baked beans, apple slices, banana bread and milk. Thursday-Bearcat burgers, fries, bananas, cookies, PBJ and milk. Friday-french toast, hashbrowns, orange slices, sausage links, bread and milk. t Poll 00sults the 51.8% 48.2% votes at vote DNR question of the week Q: Hunters and anglers are now required to provide their social securi- ty numbers before any type of license can be sold to them. Why and what happens if they refuse'? A: Minnesota lawmakers passed legislation in 2003 requiring the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to collect social security numbers (SSN) before hunt- ing or fishing licenses can be issued. This is part of the 1996 Welfare Reform Act the federal government created to assist states with the enforcement of child support pro- grams. Hunters and anglers of all ages must either have their SSN on file with the DNR or provide it at the time of purchase. Those who refuse will be denied a license. However, hunters and anglers will only need to provide their SSN number once. Hunting and fishing licenses can be purchased at more than 1800 loca- tions throughout Minnesota. For more information on the types of licenses available, or providing social security numbers, check out the DNR's Web site at www.dnr.state.mn.us. Tom Keefe, DNR ELS Coordinator Very nice year round home located on the Peninsula. Home is connected to city sewer and water. It features 3 bedrooms, family room, screened-in porch, office area, double attached garage on a beautiful lake lot. To view this home call Shady Oak Realty today! Sna i X Oak gealty Call 320-839-2118 or 1-800-630-4978 ,=.=, Ortonvil. hlinnota rodyodtredty.com R Tom  Broker Rir.k Sdmdt. Bmker KQmn Ok Sqkn Ns O,k .r,n Pm Sdln Sdes I I Daily Hours: Mon..Fri. 8 AM- 5:30 PM, Sat. 8 AM- 5 PM ORTONVlLLE, MN PHONE (320) 839-2653 Your Big Game REG,SrER Processing Headquarters!'0000'-00N/g200REE We accept EBT Cards BUFFALO AVAILABLE  $1( MEAT EQUAL TO FEDERALLY INSPECTED.  r . BUNDLE ...... Get your beef and pork processed before deer season, Nov. 8th! LOWEST PRICES ON MEAT IN AREAl Per Lb. 0 Country Ring - Per Lb. D., H.m ................... 2.29 S.u.,g. ..................... S2.79 Locally Grown - Per Lb.  '11 Locally Grown - Per Lb. Ou,rt.,, orS,00. .... ".49 H,,A Hog ...................... 79 LET US CATER YOUR EVENTI Reunions & Weddings, Anniversaries or Parties Need More Speed? The Fastest Internet In Town Is Now Just $14.95 A Month For Three Months Still waiting for slow dial-up Internet service? Make the switch now to MidcoNet High Speed Internet. You pay just $14.95 per month for three months. Don't wait any longer-this high speed offer is definitely going FAST! Still Not Convinced? Pay just $79 for a modem now (reg. $149) or choose to lease one for $10 per month for three months and your payments apply to the $79 modem purchase. YOU CAN'T LOSE! Call 1-800-888-1300 today and GET HOOKED. Three Months Of High Speed Intemet per month 14 9s UST $79 FREE r A Modem Installation (Reg. $149) ($50 value) Midcontinent OMMURIIATION$ wvwv.midcocomm.com Alter thnee months, customers wilt be dlMged tJ eeguiat monthly rate of $29.9S for MldcoNet Modem purchllse o leae required. Modern lease available fo $10  month. 5e may not be Ivale in all areas. Some restdction ioply. Deposit may be requtre, Offer available through 12/31/03. 8, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 5