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OHS FALL INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT gh Concert Band Senior High Concert Band ADMISSION: - $2.00 Students Tuesday, Nov. 17th 8:00 P.M. OHS Auditoriuxn ! 00ingham/Louisburg  Clarissa Sorenson, Parle Conference of The Women of , til Phone 568-2204 the Evangelical Lutheran Church was Nelson was present at the held Tuesday evening, Oct. 20th at Y Day Drawing November his name was called for Wednesday, Nov. 1 l th the be for $20. | Gathering of the Lac qui Trinity Lutheran Church in Montevideo. Officers met with their respective groups, after the 5:30 registration, to discuss their duties and share ideas. Dinner was served at 6 Holiday House Saturday, Nov. 21 Main Street Creations & Antiques 112 S. Main St., Milbank, SD 432-9711 Holiday Hours: Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. HONOR ROLL "h Schoa 1998-1999 Rrst Ouart lknor 8"` Grade 9"` Grade Rl Supedor Honor Ro. Superior  Ro. Spora. Llea Chindvall, Joel A Honor Roll Lib4, Hitary David Benck, Brian Miller, Joshua Brown, Laura Nelsen, Lidsey Croatt, Amanda Olson, Saray I . ....... Guse, Brandon Randleman, Emily , !! l.Nylla Hoye, Elizabeth Reiffenberge, Megan B Hono Roll Segin. ,Jeica no,  Thymian, Kathleen hey, Chey A Honor RoU Ate, Danlle Ban', Alexis , BaeRstnd, Cody Chase, Jessk:a p.m., followed by a program at 7 p.m. "Pass It On !" was the theme for the evening with "Let your light shine," Matthew 5:16 as the theme verse. Vicki Marthaler, Lay Chaplain of the Immanuel Nursing Home, of Detroit Lakes was the featured speaker, with Kim Rene Schnitzer adding coordinating vocal music. This duo .gave a superb program and were an rasp]ration to all in attendance. Ladies attending from St. Paul ' s Lutheran of Bellingham were Sandy Hanson, Margaret Klefsaas, Marlys Kunde, Carol Mangel, Lucille Nelson, and Phyllis Seiler. Milfred Ogren and friend, Guida of Ten Mile, Tennessee spent Wednesday, Oct. 28th to Saturday morning, Oct. 31 with Alfred and Barbara Borgerson. Mrs. Vernon Olson and Nancy spent from October 18 to 22nd at Kansas City, Missouri and Oct. 22, Thursday night until the 26th at Branson, Missouri., Carol stayed in Red Wing from the 26th till the 29th. Steve, Ryan and Chris Hanson of Duluth and friend Mike came Thursday to the Betty Hanson home and spent the weekend hunting in the area. Thursday night, Milfred Ogren and friend Guida of Ten Mile, Tennessee and Alfred and Barb Borgerson visited Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Ogren. Last Tuesday, Ardyce Nikoliasen of Canby came to Northridge and visited Alvin Larson and also Norma who was visiting there. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Gloege attended the wedding and dinner reception for Darlene Christians and Maurice Blocker at the Park View Methodist Church in Milbank on Sunday, Nov. 1st. October 29th, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz and Daren Maatz a attended the prayer service for Mrs. Maatz's sister- in-law, Diane Boidenow at the Miller Funeral Home in Minneapolis. Alfred and Barbara Borgerson spent Saturday to Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Craig Meyer at Brookings, SO. Elaine Gregorich and Bethany of Lund celebrate her 94th birthday and attended the lutefisk and turkey supper at the Louisburg Lutheran Church Wednesday evening. They were overnight guests of Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson and left for their homes on Thursday. Other evening guests were Harlan and'Irma Lund of Roll Iowa, Carole Nelson of Appleton, Patricia and Matthew Thompson of Milan, and LeAnn and Noah Stone of Madison. The Guild of St. Peters Lutheran Church met at the Doris Hansen home Thursday afternoon, Oct. 29th with Hilda Brehmer, Arlene Kareis, Irene Friedrich, Minnie Giese and Dorothy Weber attending. Doris was hostess. David Axelson, brother of Ruth Hansen of Cokato and Lorie Russ of Cokato attended the Louisburg supper on Wednesday night. Alan and Ruth Hansen were last Sunday dinner guests of Byron and Alvera Marquart. Lud and Helen Rognlien drove to Grand Rapids, on Sunday to celebrate the confirmation and 15th birthday of granddaughter, Robyn Jean Bramer. On Monday night they enjoyed a wonderful dinner with Kathy arid David Rognlien. Other guests were Michell Rognlien and Millie Emerick. After spending most of the weekend with Cindy and Steve Sylvers and sons, they came home Tuesday afternoon to vote. PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE FIRST DEER. An eight point buck was bagged by Bruce Wagner of rural Clinton eady Saturday morning just as the second weekend of firearms deer season began. He shot this nice buck at the Gary Steen farm about seven miles northwest of Ortonville. Due to cold, windy conditions last weekend, few deer were moving and many area hunters went home empty-handed. "It must be beginner's luck," Bruce says. [ PRINTING Is Our Business [THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT f- /tah a Collins, Eric Full, Jolmph ,... _ _. Danletm, ,,exis - Karl. Joseph Danlelson, Anna Loraff, Andrew Dragh, Emily Strege, Samantha Fnmzky, Landon Taylor, Krtsten Hermanson, Danielle Votkenant, Janelle Johnson, Rolt Kate, Robea B ROlt Kay,. m, enn. c= i i Krnl. sa= Bucz, Mann ./1 . David FInke Ryan / Kunrath, feki Guse, Heidi ' Larson, Heidl Haukos, Amy Laub, James Henrich, Joseph Lee, Andrew Huizenga, Letrud, Joshua Lamon, Kelly McMahon, Lucinda Laskowske, Daniel Nelson, Amanda Meyer, Amanda Roll Ninneman, Trav Moen, Justin Pfleger, Jason Nelson. Nicole Sheletad, Bryan Prmgslen, Matthew Sherman, Marika Pdbbenow, Michael Slml, Megan saeger, Aaron , Sarah Schnmg, Blake Thlelke, Ashly Scoblic, Denielle Thyne, Matthew Stolpman, Robed Vsnomy, Healtr Stone, Stuart VWber, Tony Taylor, Jenni Thompson. Nathan Tollefson, ,lessic 11" Grade ,W, andersee. Krls Superior Honor Ro. atn, ebe;, Em A Honor Roll Zahn, Joshua L Finke, Tdfany Zahrbock, Zehdnger, Hannah Grossnn, Tracy Karab, Duslin Karab, Kntheane 12 = Grade Maaher,  supdor Honor Ro. Madtmler, Jonathan Bolker. Grant Havak. Matthew Johrumn./qbey Ross. Oan Sa,db=,. Scott Thietke, Nikki A Honor Roll VanLilh, Lee Felton, Sarah Volkenant, KJlJynn Hillman, Amanda Z, Noah Hippie, Matthew Karale, Matthew T. B Honor Roll Oleon. Elizabeth Amey, Heidi Sewnsen, Jamie samhardt Trac Tnkke, Misty Goerge., Ruth Thompson. EiV.abe Hasslen, Brian I-kltdgs, Terarme B Honor Roll Karals, Jl Athey, OusUn Kely.  Bailey. Amber Ky,  BamMrdt, Kn, Na Dragth, Knt Lleb,  Hag, Shelly Lmlg, Ryan , Tyler Ohm. Bant H, Sara Otnm, Wanda k.enn, Jemy Pedeon,  Kaber, Edka Reiffentqler, Margo Kasten, Jerandah Schabr, Lamis, Laura Schake, Stacy Larson, Matt Stlelow, Adam Laskowske, Jeff Strand, Nicholas LeOud, Jada Thompson, Nicole Undquist. Mark Weeter, Laah Parao, Madeve WW=mson, Mkele Rmdo, Beca Zat.a, Meg mey. Sddt  Ret sa. Be,m Web, IOtstin Wentland,  :IGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL . . .  9h.g(rinrOellOaef ctOa, students hav,ng attained grade Roll includes students who have a grade point average of i r ' ....... Honor Roll, a student must  meet the reqmrements ot the B Point average of 87;,0__93.99.  Who receives a 'D or F (grades of 79.99 and below) in any fied for any of the honer rolls. Spring Lake Park spent the weekend with Norma Larson and visited her dad, Alvin Larson at Northridge at . ,// . . ,,,/ ../// Ortonville. Friday, Oct. 30th, Mr. and Mrs. i Melvin Maatz and Daren attended the  '  ' i >funeral service for Diane Boldenow at the Abiding Savior Lutheran Church / of Mounds View. Gene and Dianne Karels of Grand C00he 00a00son 00.ne00al ot00ome to extend Forks,.ND spent last weekend with an invitation to o. ad lo. lamilt I to attend ou Eugene and Yvonne Hanson. Last Saturday, Ron and Judy LarsonofBloomingtonvisitedatthe "o{Ld Se00uZce Minnie Karels home and Norma Larson and with his dad, Alvin at Northridge at Ortonville. Alyssa Mork of Bloomington accompanied them /'tem00'em00'00ance" and visited at the Minnie Karels home over the weekend and went trick or treating Halloween night. October 29th overnight guests at the David and Amy Maatz home in MelvinMaatzandDaren.Maple Grove were Mr. and Mrs. /.,{dg.l,/, /kJoo. 22, 1998 at 4:00 p.m. Thursday evening Visitors at the Ned Gloege home were Glenda, at aceville (omm.nit ente Reinke and David Hofhenke. _ Dorothy Weber and Eileen Weber 415 ..tlddat 7Zve., ,tacevil[e,/Lnneeota visited Mayme Buchmann and Agnes Chester Thursday afternoon at the /// Madison Lutheran Home. /-------__..._. Friday through Sunday guests at Chig ememance evice i centered F c,,u .L. \\; the Tom and Deb Olson home in Prior a,otn,/eerin  l.t.lei.t.lo,/L, O / "e"l o; :': " Lake were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin helpedMaatz andjackDaren.olsonOncelebrateSaturdaY,histheY4th loved ones ahve to hd r , ed,,e / 39-eSzs  / : birthday. Other guests included Amy theho[ida[9ollovitadeath. /A/[8:;,o./ Maatz of Maple Grove, Mr. and Mrs. John Olson Sr. of Edina and John Olson and Ricky ofBrooidyn Park. 14,in the e, vi_, a 1o, cand" [ :L: toee o, / Monday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson visited Mrs. Bernice Oi e pen to each alli, 'Ot / .e=e=::: o / Tanner at the Milbank Hospital.YvonneSaturdayLlOydHansoneVeningand theLarsenEugeneViSitedand o,, gtal, Ln ttetolif o t[otcl loved on,/ a=:::rll7 " / Earl and Margaret Schake were 7releahmenta ill 6e 00e00ved -' ",O,,o,_.:-S:., I coffee guests Sunday morning of to /oHi.- the Orville and Martha Schake after church. Brent Larson and Lyle Sorenson of Alexandria were last Friday evening to Saturday afternoon visitors at the Willy Larson home. They spent Saturday evening to Sunday with Darrin I.arson at Moorhead. Sunday afternoon and supper guests at Lloyd Larsen' s were Minnie Bullock of Wheaton and Betty Hanson. Thursday afternoon, Margaret Schake visited many residents at Nonhridge. The Faith Circle met at the church Thursday afternoon, Oct. 29th with seven members attending. Joyce Letrud was the hostess and Ihla Thomson led the Bible Study. Hazel Keehn of Bellvue Wisconsin came Thursday night, Oct. 29th to the Willy Kittelson home in Montevideo and is visiting Myrtle Kittelson for several weeks. Burneita Anderson of Cambridge, Audrey Reuss of Eden Prairie, Shirley Hermeling of Minnetonka and Janet Weir of Mankato came Wednesday, Nov. 4th and helped their aunt, Thora ORTONVILLE * 839-2588 CLINTON * 325-5215 GRACEVILLE , 748-7119 BROWNS VALLEY 695-2283 INDEPENDENT Page 7