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Editorial comment i>-i THIS 2001 DODGE INTREPED WILL BE AUCTIONED to raise money for the Darin Ehrenberg family at a silent auc- tion benefit to be held at the First English Lutheran Church in Ortonville Sunday, Nov. 14. Dusty Hills of Hill Motors is donating all proceeds above the $1,500 minimum bid to the EhrenbergBenefit. Shown above with the vehicle to be auctioned are, left to right, Hills, Darin, Kristi, Nathan and Kelsie Ehren]erg and Brenda KaVa. hrenberg benefit Sunday " A fanTling accident on Sept. 18 y !  ;ie !?g!h w Sh tei fod nec !i 1 ! Ai eidn Bi! d :cailYl o 1 t ey Iesr/. g! changed the lives of Darin Ehrenberg and his family forever. Darin was climbing a grain bin on his farm when extensive medical bills thus far. auction, which includes a 2001 Darin feels lucky to be alive and extremely grateful to everyone who has offered prayers, support and donations to help his family get through this difficult time. Many people in the Ortonville community have stepped up to help this family. They have organized a benefit and silent auction for the Ehrenbergs to be held this Sunday, Nov. 14 at First English Lutheran Church in Ortonville. Maria Strei of Big Stone City, SD is organizing the benefit which will include a pancake and sausage brunch and a bake sale from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. A silent auction is being organized in conjunction with the benefit by Dodge Intrepid donated by Dusty Hills of Hill Motors. The car is loaded and in good con- dition, said Hills. He is taking bids now and has a high bid of $2,700. Anyone interested on bidding on the vehicle can stop at Hill Motors and test drive the car, and put in a bid. Hills will present the car keys to the highest bidder at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the benefit. Bids are also now open for other items that have been donated to the silent auction, They are on display at Pro Image Partners. A bidding book is available for bids. It's not too late to donate items for the silent auction. Call Brenda at Pro Image if you wish to donate an item. he fell 18 feet to the ground, landing on a piece of metal equipment. He fractured his cheek bone around the eye socket, fractured one vertebrae in his back and fractured his pelvis. He has undergone surgery on his face and back. Though he didn't need surgery on his pelvis, which is expected to heal over time, he is suf- fering some nerve pain in the pelvic region, which he has been able to control through medication. Ehrenberg farms about l0 miles east of Ortonville with his dad and, with the help of several neighbors and relatives, they were able to get the crops out of the field. Darin will probably not be able to work at his winter job this year at Syngenta Seed in Danvers, where he Letters to the editor I would like to thank every one who came out and voted in the election. To Burr Letrud for an honorably run campaign and to you the voters, your support and words of encouragement have been awesome but at the same time extremely humbling, when I consider the challenges and tasks that face us in the future. I I am ready to go to work as your LqP County District 2 Commissioner. Prepared and paid for by the candidate on his own behalf. To the Editor: Ever notice the "unfairness" of the editorial advantages of owning a newspaper? Or that of the law enforcement-referencing the Odds and Ends in the Oct. 12 issue? Unfairness is going to be in place as long as individuals are that, individuals with differences of opinions and religions- if we all spoke the same language and had no prejudice perhaps fairness would be equal. It's interesting that I was raised in "rural" communities and now live in the "metro" for over 25 years and realize there ARE options to drive faster...however I have received two speeding tickets in the "rural" area- officers doing their job-AND one speeding ticket in the metro were the officer claimed to clock me yet the cars in the left lane-on Minnehaha blvd were passing me, why did I get stopped? I had a witness in the car however due to long waiting lines and my witnesses unable to secure the time off work to attend court with me, etc. I chose to pay the ticket-therefore admitting I was guilty (fairness?). In all three instances, the officers checked my license and not one of the officers informed me that my license plate was registered to that of a Jeep Cherokee-I drive a Chevy Impala- therefore noting that I was in their mind "driving a stolen vehicle!". Recently, in the metro, I was stopped on a Saturday night by an officer stating my drivers license light was burned out...he issued me a fix it ticket. One week later a metro area officer stopped me again-stating "stay in your car maam-I believe you are driving a stolen vehicle!". Treated like a criminal until proven innocent. Both of these incidents occurred between 1 a.m. and 2 a.m.; in that I work as a server for weddings and drive home late at night, going the speed limit, in Meetings ALANON MEETINGS every Tuesday, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Ortonville Senior Citizen Center (use side entrance). Friends and family of alco- holics are invited. 32-TF* AA MEETINGS every Monday, 8:30 a.m., 406 Sisseton, Big Stone City, SD and every Tuesday, 8 p.m., Ortonville Senior Center, 200 Mon- roe Ave. (use side entrance). 25-TF* eek out our web site at", ',,,w.ortonvilleindependent.com.= .. ,) clha,,k to all" who supported and voted for me in the school board election. I appreciate it. Mary Gustafson Prepared and paid for by the candidate on her own behalf, 802 Orchard Ave., Ortonville, MN 56278 Ortonville Area Health Services Home Health Open House Staff will be available to provide information and answer any questions you may have. ~ Refreshments Will Be Served ~ I"l'iiii!i;i;iiii ......... both cases the second question from the officers was, "have you been drinking? The truth being they perhaps thought they were following a DUI incident, therefore reaching a higher quota. The fact that the dealership where I bought my car three years ago, had issued me the wrong plate on my vehicle and this had never been caught by any of the officers floored me! The dealership took responsibility and bought me a new license plate etc. Have I learned a lesson? Fairness in our system? PLEASE[ We all have a job to do and are trained to support that job, be it law enforcement,' football, baseball, bartender/server or newspaper editor but the opportunity to voice our opinion is often prompted by situations that in "our minds" are fair or unfair. Kathy Soboleski Excelsior Funds raised for Guatemala mission Nearly $1,000 was raised during a pork feed on Friday, Oct. 8 for the San Lucas Mission in Guatemala. Big Stone Therapies, Incl has provided outreach therapy services during mis- sion trips there twice a year for the past four years. The San Lucas Mission and sur- rounding area suffered serious dam- age during Tropical Storm Agatha last May. Massive mud slides, torrential rain damage, and flooding caused major destruction. Also devastated were the coffee bean crops. The mission relies on funds from cof- fee sales to operate. The eighth mission group returned from Guatemala recently. During the week-long mission trip, therapists provided rehabilitation services to more than 40 men, women, and chil- dren at the San Lucas Mission. THANK YOU Thank you for the vote of confidence I received to be on the Ortonville School Board. It is a great honor and I am proud to continue my work on behalf of Ortonville School District. Whatever issues the Board deals with, I hope the public continues to share its good ideas with us. I will continue to do my best to provide the best education for our kids. Thank you, Tim Henrich Paid advertisement inserted and paid for by the candidate on his own behalf, 1015 330th St., Bellingham, MN 56212. n 3. 2O 32 59 .J m 8 21 m 34 41 p 48 60 m m Clues ACROSS 5. Long bench with back 37. 1. Scallywag 6. Brew 38. 6. Part of actomyosin 7. Stocky short-legged 11. Dr. Ross on "ER" harness horse 39. 14. Shaft horsepower 8. Toward (abbr.) 9. Not out 41. 15. Nerd 10. Greek goddess of 42. 16. Mama vengeance 43. 18. Nonreligious person 11. Albanian dialect 21. Talk (Olde English) 12. Atomic # 58 46. Not happy Prevents harm to c re at u re s Civil and religious muslim leader Scientific workplace Yeddo Flat sections of a door Sew up the eyelids 23. 25. Carried out systematically 26. Heroic tales 28. Fawning in attitude or behavior 29. Ardent followers 31. Personal computer 33. Household god (Roman) 34. M.D. designation 19th C. couples dance 13. A bumpkin of hawks and falcons 14.40th state (abbr.) 49. White House city 17. Person born in Media 51. Snakelike fish 19. Patti Hearst's captors 52. Sweet fruit juice 35. Exterior faces of an object 38. More leprose 40. Orchis mascula 44. Pallidly 45. Mama partners 20. Clothe 21. Small torn piece 22. Lays pavement 24. Hip living quarters 25. A kept animal 27. Scad genus 28. Skin lesions 30. Holiday (informal) 31. Whined 32. Co-founder of The Cleveland Clinic 35. Highly seasoned dried sausages beverage 53. Metric ton 54. Extremely high frequency 55. A very large body of water 58. Chinese distance measure 59. Initials of "Titanic" star 60. Prior to AD 61. Exclamation "I've got !" 47. 48. 50. 51. 56. 57. 62. 63. 1. 2. 3. 4. Organisms of the same 36. Slightly insane ancestor Removed a fish skeleton Direct toward a target Famous chair designer Old world, new Did the job Move sideways Incontrovertible truths Clues DO WN Reddish browns 38th state (abbr.) Atomic # 18 Million gallons per day (abbr.) The Ortonville Independent (U.S,P,S, 412-460) = JAMES D. KAERCHER Publisher / Managing Editor SUZETTE KAERCHER-BLAKE Editor and Advertising Sales MIKE SWENSON Associate Editor / Advertising Rep Tues., Nov. 9, 2010 Vol. 92; No. 43 Continuing the ORTONVILLE JOURNAL STAR Published Every Tuesday at 29 2rid St. N.W. 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