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lot benefit agencies Qncl nizations. Please Give Generously...   Unit dNAppeal Fund ovember 2-15, 2003 .ou ,oo.. Ii n football season ends 33-0 loss to Otter Tail Trojan Football season with a loss to Otter the first round of tour- 13 points in the tolding the Trojans from second quarter, OTC and again kept getting into the end- Second half, OTC scored points, again keeping the scoring, and the game an OTC shut-out 33-0. double the number of Plays than the Trojans, with 70 compared to Ortonville's 42. Total one of two attempts. offensive yards for OTC was 401, and Defensively, Schmeichel led the the Trojans ended the game with 154 Trojans with 20 tackles, 11 assists and offensive yards total, nine solo. Zach Giese also had double Peter Rausch gained 30 rushing digits in tackling, with 11 tackles, five yards in the game on seven attempts, solo and six assists. Sammon, Travis Dan Schmeichel added 22 yards on Hillman and Tim Thompson each eight attempts. Quarterback Cory added nine tackles, and Cory Stattelman passed for 95 yards on 19 Stattelman had eight for the night. attempts. Five of the 19 attempts Giese also sacked the OTC quar- were completed passes, terback, giving the Trojans one sack On the receiving end, Riley for the night. Sammon received two of five Coaches and players would like to attempts for 55 yards. Matt Grabow thank Trojan football fans for attend- added 27 yards in two of six attempts, ing all their games, and showing sup- and Schmeichel added 13 yards on port throughout the season. KIDS KINGDOM pre-school classes held custume bowling parties at Alley Cat Lanes in Ortonville for Halloween. Left to right are Alisha Ross, Christine Peterson, teacher, with Natalie and Alex Gustafson. / THE HOSTA LA VISTA, the folks pictured above congratulated Ortonville's Jim Larson on his a safer, cleaner, greener place to live. From left to right, Jack Director MN y Association, Don Zebel, CPA lawyer in Minneapolis, Larson, Stevens Square Community Organization and Dean Zimmerman, Green Party, Six Board ng of 1st Qtr Won Lost 10 17 11 11 12 ..................................... 14 14 18 18 18 Scherer 184; HIS: Joyce Triple T 771; HTS: Triple T Jeanette Dew 221; HIS: HTG: Belllngham Elevator Lost 1 ........................................ 12 8 IS .................................. 4 16 HTG: J & M 692; HWS: tUSen 463; HWG: Marilyn ; HMS: Heith Sherod 533; NI)Ay NITS-10/20 Won Lost 6 S IS 9 10 11 13 II 13 17 17 2552; HTG: Mountain Dew Jr. 661; HIG: Terry Kirk Jr. ' Anniversary ' Chiming MN Sons of NorwaY meet Nov. 13th Watchmaker '6 p.m. for The Sons of Norway Granittdahlen 1-651 will be having their November meeting on Thursday, Nov. 13 at the Middlebrook Circle Meeting Room. Gloria Tillemans and Norman Shelsta will act as hostess and host for the meeting. The October meeting was a concert performance by Gudny Dahlen, a professional accordianist and singer from Ulefoss, Norway. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS Bellingham scl Lool news I Calendar Tuesday, ll-4Election day 7 a.m. til 8 p.m. Thursday, 11-6 Laser lyecum 8:30 GBB (H) 5:30 p.m. St. Lawrence Breakfast Tuesday-cold cereals, blueberry muffins, juice and milk. Friday-cereal bars, yogurt, juice, milk. Lunch Tuesday-chickenO's, seasoned fries, pears, PBJ, Reese's bars, and milk. Wednesday-tomato soup, grilled cheese, veggie sticks, applesauce, PBJ and milk. Wednesday-cinnamon rolls, ' Thursday-sloppy joes, ripple yogurt, juice and milk. chips, beans, bananas, PBJ and milk. Thursday-breakfast pizza, toast, Friday-cheese pizza, lettuce salad, juice and milk. orange slices, PBJ and milk. d Another Frustrati Your 00ndows with oaun Now/ Honey, why don't we just The Window Place?l 4, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 5 lot benefit agencies Qncl nizations. Please Give Generously...   Unit dNAppeal Fund ovember 2-15, 2003 .ou ,oo.. Ii n football season ends 33-0 loss to Otter Tail Trojan Football season with a loss to Otter the first round of tour- 13 points in the tolding the Trojans from second quarter, OTC and again kept getting into the end- Second half, OTC scored points, again keeping the scoring, and the game an OTC shut-out 33-0. double the number of Plays than the Trojans, with 70 compared to Ortonville's 42. Total one of two attempts. offensive yards for OTC was 401, and Defensively, Schmeichel led the the Trojans ended the game with 154 Trojans with 20 tackles, 11 assists and offensive yards total, nine solo. Zach Giese also had double Peter Rausch gained 30 rushing digits in tackling, with 11 tackles, five yards in the game on seven attempts, solo and six assists. Sammon, Travis Dan Schmeichel added 22 yards on Hillman and Tim Thompson each eight attempts. Quarterback Cory added nine tackles, and Cory Stattelman passed for 95 yards on 19 Stattelman had eight for the night. attempts. Five of the 19 attempts Giese also sacked the OTC quar- were completed passes, terback, giving the Trojans one sack On the receiving end, Riley for the night. Sammon received two of five Coaches and players would like to attempts for 55 yards. Matt Grabow thank Trojan football fans for attend- added 27 yards in two of six attempts, ing all their games, and showing sup- and Schmeichel added 13 yards on port throughout the season. KIDS KINGDOM pre-school classes held custume bowling parties at Alley Cat Lanes in Ortonville for Halloween. Left to right are Alisha Ross, Christine Peterson, teacher, with Natalie and Alex Gustafson. / THE HOSTA LA VISTA, the folks pictured above congratulated Ortonville's Jim Larson on his a safer, cleaner, greener place to live. From left to right, Jack Director MN y Association, Don Zebel, CPA lawyer in Minneapolis, Larson, Stevens Square Community Organization and Dean Zimmerman, Green Party, Six Board ng of 1st Qtr Won Lost 10 17 11 11 12 ..................................... 14 14 18 18 18 Scherer 184; HIS: Joyce Triple T 771; HTS: Triple T Jeanette Dew 221; HIS: HTG: Belllngham Elevator Lost 1 ........................................ 12 8 IS .................................. 4 16 HTG: J & M 692; HWS: tUSen 463; HWG: Marilyn ; HMS: Heith Sherod 533; NI)Ay NITS-10/20 Won Lost 6 S IS 9 10 11 13 II 13 17 17 2552; HTG: Mountain Dew Jr. 661; HIG: Terry Kirk Jr. ' Anniversary ' Chiming MN Sons of NorwaY meet Nov. 13th Watchmaker '6 p.m. for The Sons of Norway Granittdahlen 1-651 will be having their November meeting on Thursday, Nov. 13 at the Middlebrook Circle Meeting Room. Gloria Tillemans and Norman Shelsta will act as hostess and host for the meeting. The October meeting was a concert performance by Gudny Dahlen, a professional accordianist and singer from Ulefoss, Norway. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS Bellingham scl Lool news I Calendar Tuesday, ll-4Election day 7 a.m. til 8 p.m. Thursday, 11-6 Laser lyecum 8:30 GBB (H) 5:30 p.m. St. Lawrence Breakfast Tuesday-cold cereals, blueberry muffins, juice and milk. Friday-cereal bars, yogurt, juice, milk. Lunch Tuesday-chickenO's, seasoned fries, pears, PBJ, Reese's bars, and milk. Wednesday-tomato soup, grilled cheese, veggie sticks, applesauce, PBJ and milk. Wednesday-cinnamon rolls, ' Thursday-sloppy joes, ripple yogurt, juice and milk. chips, beans, bananas, PBJ and milk. Thursday-breakfast pizza, toast, Friday-cheese pizza, lettuce salad, juice and milk. orange slices, PBJ and milk. d Another Frustrati Your 00ndows with oaun Now/ Honey, why don't we just The Window Place?l 4, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 5