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Carol Brecke of  good reason to be of their 16-year-old Wh Brecke, son'of Rick of Maple Grove. grad.) at Maple Mitch was the for the entire year Crimson gridders. football in the from the 3rd to with a ranking of Northwest Suburban includes the teams Park. Osseo. Elk Anoka. and Park season. Mitch Yards (1571 including favorite recmver was Greg Martin. as a receiver m the the Crimson beat to win the Sectional making it to the state , but lost there to ,23-20. write-up of the Mitch was featured 13 of 19 passes for Maple Grove but intercepted. He , er touchdown pass ss an for an early 1 , bright young man." cl Coach Craig Hansen quarterback. is very tough." made it this far last losing to Blaine. foe. conference I said. "'every like this. It's always been a lot of great ke grandd youth group put on turkey bingo at St. OV. son shines John's Catholic Church. Fred, Nola Lockwood to On Thursday Videtla Roschen among other ladies attended a Bible observe golden N 30th ro grl leader The Lakeside Homemaker's Club met at the home of Phyllis Schluter. Check out our web site at team to listen to area residents Minnesota Valley and ional Development are teaming up with to host a public for the regions' will begin at 4:30 Nov. 19, at the Training and in Marshall. launched in Posts were state, the agencies to some communities as some new locations. to get a good turnout in Paul Michaelson, of the Upper "It's a great chance [to make their voices ]!i OUr region's future. .| r economy, and mak- i nU; ' t 'peo $e fhealuth Y says Jay Trusty, executive director of the Southwest RDC. "It's great to have another opportunity to make sure the people in St. Paul understand the issues out here." The format for the Listening Posts is simple - the public discusses their goals and concerns for the region. Jack Uldrich, deputy director of Minnesota Planning, and other state and local leaders listen. "Economic tins were different three years ago," said Uldrich. "'\\;Vc're interested in year, livable wage jobs, improved transportation corridors and technolo- gy investments were some of the top issues cited. A summary report, Voices and Views: Listening Posts across Minnesota, is available on the Minnesota Planning web site: html. The upcoming public meetings will shed some light on whether these issues are.still in the forefront for Minnesota citizens. Citizens who are hearing about regional priorities unable to attend 'Listening Post based on changing economies and ca weigh in on what has been done tighter budgets. The point is to pro-/"and what's left to do, at vide some useful information for/he now legislature and next administra- tion." Demographic changes, the econo- my, community life and infrastructure were priorities identified by citizens at the Marshall Listening Post in 2000. At the Appleton Listening Post that news Joseph and family. They had a great time. Alvin and Phyllis Schwarze were Friday afternoon, Nov. 8th visitors of Emma Schwarze. Syl Pinkert's granddaughter Jenny Pinkert visited Syl Pinkert on Thursday, Nov. 7th. Friday, Nov. 8th Barb and Harold Larson from Clarkfield visited the day with Joe and Dorothy Coubal. Saturday afternoon, Nov. 9th Mary Jo Haugerud and Travis Godfrey from Montevideo came to visit Joe and Dorothy Coubal. On Saturday they spent the night with Joe and Dorothy. On Sunday, Nov. lOth they stayed at the Vali-Vu Motel in Ortonville because the roads were so icy and Those presCmt were Betty Johnson, Gall Johnson, Arlene Larson, Marge Lindholm, Dorothy Mathison, Trudy Minsink, Idelt Ross, and Reva Schumacher. The members made an angel pin. The Christmas party was discussed which will be held at Gall Johnson's in December. Anna and John Nelsen of LeSueur, were home to visit Anna's parents Marlyn and Reva Schumacher. On Monday, Nov. l lth Litlian Ninneman and Gall Maxwell visited at Northridge. Monday, November l lth some of the Homerite residents had a catered Thanksgiving dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Longhenry and family and Ann Schmeig visited Lillian Ninneman Sunday, Nov. 10th. Local students on Natl. Dean's List Phone 839-2207 Jorgenson were 11 th evening visitors at and Bert Longhenry's rs, Jeff Bergseth and ioux Falls and Judy Stone spent some time . 9th at the Lawrence of St. John's and Mr. Bergseth and Nickolas see their mother Judy the week-end of and her daughter flew to Florida on the visited daughter and family and son To receive your discount, you must: OR  Order Online at .ICPenrl/,eom and enter CUPID in the =promotional code box" aurin 8 checkout. r, Offer good November 20 through December 3, 2002! Catalog Drug/Variety Ortonvie, MN 320-839-6191 Minnesota Planning is a state agency that develops long-range plans for the state, stimulates public partici- pation in Minnesota's future and coor- dinates activities among all levels of government. because of poor visibility. On Monday, Nov. llth Joey and Andy Coubal of Clarkfield spent the day with Joe and Dorothy Coubal. Dean and Beverly Hanson, their daughter Carmen, and her two children visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Wanda Koepke and Marlys Rademacher were Thursday night, Nov. 7th visitors of Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Harriet Kidman and Lillian Ninneman visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Monday night, Nov. llth. Jeanne Berg attended Christian Women's Club at Zion Lutheran Church on Tuesday, Nov. 12th. The special feature was on quilts made by Darlene Jaeger. The ladies all enjoyed it. Kristi Delage provided the music which was very good. The inspirational speaker was Shirley Holso from Sioux Falls, SD. Blueberry muffins and a fruit cup were the brunch. Elaine Gable attended Christian Women's Club Tuesday morning, Nov. 12th at Zion Lutheran Church. Ann Helgeson has enjoyed the company of Jerry and Judelle Rothi of Canby, OR the week of Nov. 6th- 13th. On Thursday night, Nov. 14th the ii QUALITY CLOCK REPAIR Antique Mantle 400 Day Anniversary Striking Chiming CRAIG RANDLEMAN OR'INVlLLE, MN 320-839-2357 Call After 6 p.m. for Estimates i A total of 10 students from this area are among approximately 140,000 students included in the 25th Annual Edition of The National Dean's List, 2001-2001. Susan Mattson of Beardsley attending Sisseton-Wahpeton CC, Megan Martig of Clinton attending MN St Univ. at Mankato, Cassandra L. Rahrlien of Graceville attending Fergus Falls CC, Stephanie Kennedy of Madison attending Univ of Wl at River Falls, Ruth E. Goergen of Ortonville attending ND St Univ at Fargo and Milbank, SD students. Sheila K. Dailie attending Mount Marty College, Kimberly D. Holland attending FL Southern College, Michelle Pillatzki attending Franciscan Univ. - Steubenville, ;:. Abigail A. Stewart attending Northern St. University and Jennifer Street attending University of Minnesota - Twin Cities. New grandson ) for Mary Worrali A boy was born Nov. 12th, 2002, to Kathy (Worrall) and Darren Wacha of Walcott, ND. They named him Blake Robert. Blake was welcomed home by his brother Dalton, and big sister Nikayla. Maternal grandmother is Mary Worrall of Ortonville and paternal grandparents are Larry and Rolene Wacha of Fargo, ND. 2002 1952 Fred and Nola l.ockwood of Ononville will celebrate their 50th wedding annivcrsary with an open house for family and friends from 2 to 4 p.m on Saturday, Nov. 30th at Holy Nativity Lutheran Church at 39f Winnetka Ave. North, New Hope. Hosting the event will be their children and 10 grandchildren: Greg Lockwood, Dean and Robin Lockw()d, Brad and Jodi Lockwood, Steve and Janice Riggs, and Gary and Colleen Lkwood. Fred Lockwood and Nola Rothi were married Dec. 6,1952 at Zion Lutheran Church in Ononville. Cards may be sent to them at 147 McCIoud Street, Ortonville 56278 I IIIII Ke00's Body Shop You'll get the best vehicle alignment! New 4-Wheel Alignment Machine We'll handle all your insurance work for you/ Kevin's is the area's most well equipped body shop with two frame machinesl Towing with wrecker and roll back Major collision repair .Frame and suspension work Windshield repair and replacement LOCK YOUR KEYS IN YOUR CAR? WE'LL GET THEM OUT! N. Minnesota St. Ononvdle, MN 56278 III 320-839-3066 (,hop) 605-676-2457 (home) KEVIN RAAF 25th year in business at same location! / The Next Stage" IRAs, St0cks, Checking only scratches the surface of what we can do for you. 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