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First grandchild Bellingham/Louisburg for Hornsteins Robert and Barb Hornstein of By Clarissa Sorenson, Phone 568-2204 Mrs. Maurice Unzen was not present Wednesday afternoon at the Community Day drawing when her name was called for $80. On Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 28th the drawing will be for $100. The LWML Joyshop was held at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Holloway on Sunday, Oct. 18th. Sixty-five men and women were in attendance. Pastor Froelich conducted the opening devotions. Marion Thielke and her committee presented a skit, "Clowning Around and Witnessing for Christ". Pastor Sagissor spoke on the Bible ministry at the Prairie Correctional Facility. Pastor Parker held the closing devotions. Lunch was served by the ladies from Immanuel. Doug and Cheryl, Woody and Carol Mangel and Herb Thomas, and Kyle and Jessica Mangel of St. Cloud spent Friday and Saturday at the home of Bill and Darcy Hoags in Eden Prairie. Friday evening, Oct. 16 was Haley's 3rd birthday dinner party, with other relatives in attendance. Minnie Schellberg was a last Sunday dinner guest at the Charles Scheilberg home in honor of Harriet's birthday. Randy Karels and friend Emily of Minneapolis are spending a day at the Eugene and Yvonne Hanson home. James Ruckle of Bloomington and Lloyd Hack of Chaska were goose hunters last weekend and guests at the Alfred Borgerson home. Sunday evening, Philip and Harriet Nygard visited Charles and Ihla Thomson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz visited at the Herbert Streich home on Sunday afternoon to help Marilyn celebrate her birthday. Jeanette Bohlman of Ortonville and Jerry Zwilling from near St. Cloud were Sunday afternoon luncheon guests at the Hubert Redepenning home. Saturday and Sunday visitors at the Melvin Maatz home were Deb and Tom Olson, Sammy and Jack of Prior Lake. Bill and Minnie Giese, Bertha Johnson .of Canby, Eldora Ochsendorf and Viola Wold of Dawson, and Esther Dosch of Lakeville were Saturday afternoon, October 17th visitors--at the Floyd and Martha Jones apartment at Milbank, SD. Monica Ring of Edina was a guest of Robert and Joan Ronglien from Sunday until Wednesday. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson, and Ramona and Mary Tilbury were dinner guests at the Leslie Larsons at Clear Lake, SD. Lucille Nelson attended the funeral of Lillian Stamp at Garfield Lutheran Church Tuesday morning. Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz visited at the Herb Streich home in Ortonville to celebrate Marilyn's birthday. Thursday afternoon, Gladys Brehmer was a visitor of Minnie Schellberg. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wittnebel, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffman, Rose Wittnebel and Irene Friedrich attended the LWML Joyshop on Sunday. Robert and Joan Ronglien and Monica Ring were Sunday evening visitors of the Mark Rongliens at Big Stone. Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz visited Edna Boldenow at Appleton. Daren Maatz was a Tuesday and Ortonville news II Gaff Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Mr. and Mrs. John R. Kaercher and Muriel Sherman had as weekend visitors their cousins Eugene Reinke of Eden Prairie, Mrs. Mary Smoot of Coeur d'Alene, ID and Mrs. Bill Preston of Mountain Vista, CA. Mrs. Carl Zadow of Milbank and Donna Klitzke of Ortonville were Wednesday afternoon visitors at the Roman Karels home. Wednesday evening visitor at the Roman Karels home was Carol Karels of Odessa. Pat Monson, Diane Monson and Ryan and Jonathen visited Margie Monson last weekend. They also went out to dinner in Milbank. Last Friday Audrey Koch visited ann Bryan and Eleanor Dehne at Madison. Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kelm of Darwin visited Audrey Koch at her home. Jerry and Alma Jorgenson attended the 50th wedding anniversary for Martin and Gladys Strobel at Trinity Lutheran Church Sunday afternoon, Oct. 25th. Jerry and Alma Jorgenson were Sunday evening, Oct. 25th visitors at the Vernon and Bert Longhenry home. On Tuesday Sena Scholberg had two sisters Mrs. Minnie Hanson of Twin Brooks, SD and Annette Madison of Wilmot, SD come to see Sena. Last Saturday Bliss and Ernest Gerjets went to the Clyde Dessonville home to help them celebrate Matthew's confirmation. Jane Streed and Jeanne Berg attended a Christian Women's Conference in Huron, SD, Friday, Oct. 23rd and Saturday, Oct. 24th. They had a good time. They enjoyed the speakers and the special workshops. Ladies in attendance came from Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota. Betty Binsfeld and Harriet Rausch from Big Stone, Barb Schnaser from Milbank, and Virginia Karels and Diane Kvidera from Ortonville went to Branson, MO on the Riley bus tour on Oct. 19th to Oct. 23rd. They enjoyed sightseeing and five great shows. Fun, games and laughter were enjoyed on the bus. Christopher Kvidera from Burnsville stayed at the home of Vince and Diane Kvidera Tuesday, Oct. 27th through Sunday, Nov. 1st to hunt with grandpa. Rose Van Stralen and Clarissa Gruneich enjoyed Christian Women's Club on Tuesday, Oct. 20th. Afterward Joel Sorbel joined them for lunch at the Matador. Recently Kenney and Clarissa Gruneich took Joel Sorbel and Rose Van Stralen to visit Rose's daughter Tammy and Tammy's husband Kenny and their children Bailey and Austin of New Hope and Rose's son Brian Taylor from Roseville. On the way home they stopped to see Joel's sister Jennifer of Olivia. Kenney, Clarissa, Joel and Rose finished the trip with dinner at Hilltop: Mrs. Paul Bolsis, Ashley and Amanda from Andover were out the weekend of Oct. 24th to visit the Dennis Dragts and Faith Sprung. They all enjoyed a chili supper at the party room in RV Park. Thursday afternoon Gen Strube and Sylvia Pinkert brought a good carry-in lunch and visited with Faith Sprung. Matthew Sprung from Mounds View, came out the weekend of Oct. 24th to do some hunting. He had noon lunch on Saturday, Oct. 24th with his grandmother Faith Sprung. High bridge players of the Friday afternoon bridge party at the Ortonville Senior Center were Frank Moberg, Rosy Sandro, and Emma Swezey. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. The residents of Lakeside Apartments and guests enjoyed a Halloween potluck noon feast on Saturday, Oct. 31st. Women Invited To Thursday visitor at the Melvin Maatz home. Saturday and Sunday, Ban Dale of Plymouth visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Larsen. Saturday until Monday, Mr. and Mrs. David Dale of Minnetonka visited the Lloyd'Larsens. Sunday night, they all attended the buffalo dinner at Gary, SD. Leo and Virginia LaBelle of Mesa, Arizona, and Darlene and Lee LaBelle and Allison of Des Moines, Iowa spent last weekend with Joe and Muriel LaBelle. Earl and Lois Anderson visited on Saturday afternoon and Ozzie and Alice Morken visited on Tuesday afternoon. Erik Gerritt of St. John' s University spent the MEA weekend with Dennis and Kathy Nelson. Stacey Fink of Willmar spent MEA weekend at home. Clarice Borstad and Carol Larson attended the bridal shower for Jessica Heck, bride-to-be of Mark Larson Saturday afternoon at the Louisburg Lutheran Church. The Love Circle met at the church Monday evening, Oct. 12th with 10 members present. Ruth Larson was hostess and Mary Williamson led the Bible Study. Last Friday afternoon, Charles and Ihla Thomson visited Russell Schlueter at the Appleton Nursing Home. Alvin and Marlus Jensen spent Sunday to Wednesday visiting Donna and Dave Kashmark at Kandiyohi. They also observed Dave's birthday while there. Paul Rebehn and daughter, Elizabeth of Plymouth and Julie Mullins and girls of Rochester spent last weekend with Albert and Tracy Rebehn. Movie Wednesday for Seniors at Senior Center Area Senior Citizens and Prime Timer members are invited to the Ortonville Senior Center this Wednesday, Nov. 4 to view a motion picture called "Rigoletto." This intriguing movie tells the story of a disfigured stranger, a town's prejudice, and a kind and loving young girl named Bonnie. This film is from Feature Films for Families, and features some of the most beautiful music you'll ever hear. This movie will be shown at 1:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 4, and Ortonville announce the birth of their first grandchild, Andrew Jordan Blumhoefer. Andrew was born Oct. 21, to parents Shelly and Scott Blumhoefer of Sleepy Eye. Andrew weighed 8 lbs. 5 oz. and mea-t 20-3/4 inches in length. Court report (Week of Oct. 19, 1998) BIG STONE CO. SHERIFF William Edward Christie, Clinton, Criminal Sexual Conduct/3rd, Fined $200, Surcharge $60. Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: 120 days Stayed 18 months for 15 years; Criminal Sexual Conduct/ 3rd, Jail/Prison: 120 days Stayed 23 days for 15 yrs. Rex Erwin Olson, Webster, SD, Speeding 54/40, Fined $45. Surcharge $18.50, Court Costs $15. DNR Donald Joseph Scanlon. Wayzata, Unplugged Shotgun, Fined $45, Surcharge $30, Court Costs $15. MN HIGHWAY PATROL Edwin Dallas Crandall, Jr., Herman, No MN Annual Inspection, Fined $95, Surcharge $15, Court Costs $15. Duane Steven Leith, Columbia Heights, Controlled Sub/Fifth Degree, Jail/Prison: 1 yrs. Stayed 15 mort. for 10 yrs. (Week of Oct. 26, 1998) MN HIGHWAY PATROL Richard John Rieck, Minneapolis, Speeding 67/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $18.50, Court Costs $15. Scott Douglas Gilsdorf, Dumont, Speeding 65/55, Fined $35, Surcharge $17, Court Costs $15. DNR Ronald Ralph Russell, Minneapolis, Camp on Management Area, Fined $35, Surcharge $18.50, Court Costs $15. BIG STONE CO. SHERIFF Kevin John Backman, Ortonville, DWI/.19/GDI 1 Prior W/I 5 Yrs., Fined $1000, Surcharge $150, Court Costs $140, Jail/Prison: 30 days Stayed 120 days for 2 yrs. Thomas Jacob Finberg, Clinton, MN Fined $35, Surcharge $17, Court Costs $15. Robert Ray English, Gurnee, IL, Speeding 68/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $18.50, Court Costs $15. Rosen news By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Tim Radermacher and Lexi of Montevideo were weekend guests at the Bud Radermacher home. Sunday. Oct 25 dinner and afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Radermacher of Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kirchberg of Bloomington were weekend guests at the home of Mrs. Myra Schmieg and also visited at the M.J. Kirchberg home. Sunday, Oct. 25 callers at the Ralph Karels home were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pillatzke, Mr. and Mrs. Fran Karels, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Karels and family. Mrs. Lyle Fischer and sons of Sleepy Eye spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the Lawrence Millerbernd home. Mrs. Tom Schwarze of New Ulm was a Thursday until Sunday, Oct. 25th guest. Eugene Karels of Grand Forks spent a week at the Raymond Karels home helping with the harvest. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Karels and family of Breckenridge were weekend guests. Randy Kirchberg and Dave Klockziem of New Ulm were weekend guests at the M.J. Kirchberg home and enjoyed hunting in this area. Additional Saturday, Oct. 24 supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Don Stolpman. Oct. 24, weekend guests at the Matt Drobny home and Paul Drobny of River Falls, WI and Patrick Drobny of Delano. Angle Schmidt, Mrs. Joan Strei and Mrs. Lillian Struck attended the Senior Federation Montevideo Sam Radermacher was a Monday eveml guest at the home Myra Schmieg. Mr. and Mrs. Fran Mrs. Gene Pitlatzke relatives that attended and reception of Karels and Robert on Saturday, Oct. 24, 1998: Mr. and Mrs. moved to Watertown, Oct. 24 weekend. and Mrs. Maurice St. NW, Watertown, SD son Steven Unzen Minneapolis will be Unzen farm. Everyone has been nice weather and busy with harvesting beans. Monica Adelman of a visitor at the John the Oct. 24 weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Torn FleJ Jason, Tim and Jon H Julie Henrich, Mr. Henrich, Mr. Radermacher attended the their brother-in-law and Henrich at Henderson, on Oct. 24, 1998. Thursday, Oct. 22 evening guests at the Schmidt were Leona Phyllis Hinkleman Mr. and Mrs. Lester spent the Oct. 24 NE visiting with their son NORTHEAST CENTER Serving N,E. South Dakota and Western Minnesota for 13 Y eB$ Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville HosP..n t.,,,L Call Lori Larson at 1-320-839-2502 for an appoinm"' WE NOW ACCEPT MEDICARE ASSIGNMENT Mallard I Seem,,, M.D.  J. Verier, g.D. you're guaranteed to be mystified, TrinitYwomen of WELCAo area areNOV'invited--5"to charmed and surprised, so don't missit! II Community the program of Trinity Women of the COME AND IOIN US THIS Thursday, Nov. 3:00 to 70000 PM ELCA on Thursday, Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. at the church in Clinton. The topic, "Helping and Working with Our People with Developmental Deficiencies" will be presented. Deanna Stattelman of Main Street Industries of Clinton, Kris Unruh of Monarch Heights of Ortonville and Carol Kilde of the Divine House, Inc. of Clinton will share insights con- cerning this subject. The program includes the Thanks Gathering from Trinity ladies; Lottie Brandt and Margaret Steen will also be honored with a birthday remem- brance. Esther Circle is in charge of the program and Priscilla Circle will serve coffee and goodies at the close oftbe meeting. All are welcome! 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