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f pamphlet 100 years old (Edi. note: Reader Alton Hanson of Ortonville found a souvenir pamphlet featuring the Odessa schools 1898-99. You see a photo of the original Odessa school which stood for years on the hill just south of Odessa.) December calendar .._3  INDEPENDENTt r The December Community :x X ' Calendar will appear in The Independent's Nov. 24th edition. If you would like your event or " -A,,,,,,,,o,t,,,r meeting to appear on the calendar, * * " * " please have copy in by Friday, Nov. m.'r;f,,,=,a--χllFi. ] I i,rl-l, Fl ........ -_?_, i .. 20th.  ........ 00ouventr | t s talk a The following is a monthly ticle submitted by the Big Stone County . Women's Advocacy Resource Center. Services available include support, r : .... T --z-r-. χ •  : ,_ ,.. ..r. , s-,,j w10 referrals and legal advocacy to victims of domestic violence. For more ,, : . : _ ..... ...-. -. s: ., :- p information, to schedule an appointment or to inquire about upcoming support groups call the Ortonville office, 839-2331.24 Hour Crisis Line: 1- • ' " ..... -  . ' W 800-974-3359. -**** - : i: . - : , , P-nmmunltu gunnorf 'qlfVllll LJ  JJIr llb • -" -  ..... -.. il i " " ;. i . " !  It's hard to believe that the community that gave for the Walk " " : " ' w / Women's Advocacy Resource Center Against Violence collection. • .. a has been opened for six months. Kim E s for the gift certificate. Thank you to the many volunteers and RSVP volunteers that helped with ,  programs in Big Stone County that therummage sale. Great job! have supported this office and its MinnWest for the donation to the work. rummage sale fund-raiser Thank you to the Big Stone County First English Church J; : • Women's Advocacy Resource Center Bud Knippen and the local    Advisory Board for protecting the Salvation Army lli  vision over the years with a Pamidadonation ,  i[ ! commitment to bring that vision life. KDIO Radio for on-air support m They still have a part in keeping the Home Extension Study Group for vision going, donation to purchase a Polaroid Thanks to the Big Stone County Camera Welfare Board for realizing the .need Tabor United Methodist Women for and providing funds, their donation THE ODESSA GRADED SCHOOL, Thank you to Region IV Counsel Ortonville Police Department for ,1 1/ on Domestic Violence for the the donation ,,  willingness to guide the program, Thanks to Kitty at Crafts, Gifts and • ssa, Big Stone County, Minnesota.  nurture .it and share valuable More here in Ortonville. When she experience, approached me with the idea of a "1 898-99- Thank you to: ", Women s Luncheon where proceeds • • •  Family Service Center staff and would go to the Women s ARC their ready support to the program Program, I was amazed. She is rn ne,'z: a, " ae’/ ..'are"e m  * Jim Kaye for generously giving organizing the whole luncheon fund- /  with an open hand and a 'can do!" raiser and donating 20 percent of attitude every time proceeds from Tupperware and Home * The Ortonville Independent and Interior sales to us. The luncheon was BOARD OF EDUCATION:  Northern Star for getting our message November 13th. Kollit, August Zachatqa$, Richard Menel.  out. ' You see, its all of us working * Bill Melon for assisting with together that supports and strengthens Co. Supt. of Schools, - - J. E. Keee. W moving furniture the program. One person cannot carry • " • " " / * City of Ortonville for the Office the load, but together we are strong lxt t'at’  bet worst, there are moments of io.,  Equipment with the message: * The Ortonville Women of Today We care, we'll help, we're Kollit, ri0bt breams of the past, which ebe cannot bcstrov; Xillbicb come in tbe niobt time or orrow an care, for the $100 donation tn brino bach tlx features that to. uec to wear. --/loore.  Thanks to those who helped with our fund-raisers, and others: €... Thank you to everyone in the "Ztb met tboee |o’.oue a’.e are 0one' 11 little reamt till tbe ba flown, ow ftcetino were the boure." | Odesso % (00roded %00cIloo'. t PUPILS; tferman Kotlitz, 5°earl C', Jennie McQillin, omelia Zimmerman, 1Vita Stapf, tTora Kollitz , Mile Gee'err, LiI Stapf, Anna Zacharta$, Otto Meyer, Iyrtle 5Diebold, William Beman, William Stffittstoesser, William eWlay, Mare Struck, Wttr Crook, t Beg man, am[ Klucas, Emil SDltttstoesser, Charles Zimmemann, Sothia Ahrer, Hagel arton, Cora Crook, avy gle, dla Fetch, Cmsta Gutsman, aUgUSt Guhrrtmn, ul Gutman, William Hill, t ,.rim) Huisinga, t nma Jaeger, lul Jaeger, ( ossie Kolltt, .fqhur Kotho lts , (eoe "" llie Cpeterson, ank Struck, manda Stgliffstoesse, ( 'to Splittsfoesse, i ;orge Schavandt, :'ude Seefe l dt , )id Zacha,ia, Johnathan "" Big Stone i Cancer Board met Nov. 9th By Vi Mehlhop, Sec. Thirteen members attended the Big Stone Cancer Board Meeting when they met at the Columbian Hotel on Monday, Nov. 9tb. Ethel Swenson became a new member of the board. Patricia O'Neill, president, called the meeting to order. She reported on the Minnesota Divisional Meeting she and Fran Fridgen attended in Almond Zviener .... Emma Dougherty, Lenor KolliI, Lydia 'rgrnn Josie Jensen, Myrtle McQuilltn, Leo Z'wiener, Anna Bohardt, Erl Shetlenberer Paul Femh, Charles Struck, E'mald Sch'oandt , Lillian Nob&s, Mary Zimmemann, Martha Collies, loan Thomas, Otto Nit, Paul Iay, hanny oqhmns, ry Bomhardt, Luella Eaaon. Gertrude Ele, Amos Fetch, Mat Gut, mau, Henry Gut, man. Ray Groer. Reubin Hill, c/lrthur Huistnga, c/lnna Jaeger. r_nes Kolltt*, ;Vla Kidd, ’lati lda den*e l . Benn o  t Enest •" Gertrude "" Frank lferson, grilliam Sf’k, eddy Spliffstoessee, AIbert Schvandt, Emma Strube, Laura grolfme3wr, ’9€iI Iy Zacharias, Louis "" Teachers. Ads Get Noticed,. 're reading this one aren't you?) Rochester in October. The American i Cancer Society was organized in 1937, Minnesota became a member • in 1940. Iowa, South Dakota, and i Wisconsin have now also joined the Minnesota Division. She also mentioned a tour of the Mayo Clinic and the Hope Lodge. At this time she was told the local unit had reached 312 percent over their fair share fOr the 1997-98 year. Fran Fridgen, Memorials chairperson reported that three people i were memoralized total income was $79• Five hundred tumors were I discovered due to the Mammogram pamphlet circulation the past month; 300 were discovered through the Mammogram bookmarks. 100 Pink Ribbons were given to women to remind them to make an appointment i to get their mammograms. Fifty Smoking Extinct book markers were placed n the local library. Jean i Danielson and Darlene Salverson are co-chairperson for this committee. Audrey Wellendorf announced that Love Lights a Tree fundraiser is scheduled to begin after Thanksgiving. This is the 1 l th year the local unit has sponsored this fundraiser. For a $10 donation, residents can purchase a light on the Christmas "Love Lights a Tree" j located near the Museum. Doug Dodge, Dist. Rep handed out information about the Tobacco Settlement and handed out the $6.17 billion dollar payment schedule with this amount to be paid by tobacco companies over the next 25 years. Next board meeting is scheduled for Jan. llth, 1999. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY CIC BlueCross BlueShield of Minnesota Medicare supplements for seniors. Life and Health for individuals. Group plans; 2 to 49 employees. Local and Personal Service, give us a call. Stolpman Insurance Agency Rich Stoick Bellingham Ortonville Phone 568-2101 Phone 839-6194 An independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Skidd Association marks of The Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association • 1994 Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota community," said Big Stone County Domestic Abuse Advocate Connie Blasdel. Senior citizens club news Lloyd A. 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