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Good old days in the Ortonville area IT WAS SOME TIME AGO that the photos of these three men appeared in The Independent. At left is Bruce Swigerd. In center is the late Father John Murphy, who passed away April 30, 2001. At right is a high school photo of Reed Leiferman. 10 YEARS AGO Nov. 24, 1992 Ivan's Men's Wear will be open for the last time through the Christmas season this year. The men's wear has been in Ortonville since 1888 when A.H.F. Grosenick opened a tailor shop. Big Stone county board of commissioners have begun the process of finding a Veterans Service officer. Open house will be held Nov. 28th for the 40th wed- ding anniversary of Bob and Bonnie Rothi. The official ribbon cutting of the J.C. Penney store at Liebe Drug took place Nov. 3rd. 25 YEARS AGO Nov. 16, 1977 Tuesday was a nice day in the area and the next day resi- dents through out the region were stunned by one of the worst snowstorms on record. Warren Breeze has decided to step down as the game war- den in this area after serving as warden for the past 17 years. The All-State WCCO Football team of the week included Roger Lindhotm of Ortonville. Ortonville High School counselor George Elliott was granted a release from his con- tract. He will be assuming a position with the American Family Insurance Co. 50 YEARS AGO Dec. 4, 1952 and Commerce Assn. Severin Rausch was elected president, Leonard Thrall vice president and Paul Lindahl, treasurer. Phyllis Holmblad became the bride of Magnus Thompson on Nov. 22nd at the Eidskog Lutheran Church. Bonnie Bruns and Robert Rothi were married Nov.25 at the Como Park Lutheran Church in St. Paul. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Anderson of DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The Ortonville Independent Clinton, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Joe VanLith of Big Stone City and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mack of Oftonville. 70 YEARS AGO Nov. 17, 1932 Deer hunting has lured 142 to the North woods. Freight cars were derailed here for several hours when a four foot section of the main track broke. It gave a job to a few of the unemployed for several hours. Mr. and Mrs. George Montag were honored on their 25th wedding anniversary at the Ortonville armory. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gunderson of Ortonville at the Ortonville Hospital. Bellingham school news IIM American Education Week Nov. 17 - 23, 2002 Next week is American Education Week. Each day the children and staff will dress to the theme for the week. Wednesday and Thursday grandparents will be in school to enjoy lunch with the little ones. We will have a fun week. Please, encourage your child to participate. Monday--Hat Day--wear a hat. The more unique the better. Tuesday--Wild Hair Day--bedhead or spikes. Make your hair wild today. Wednesday-'Sports Day--wear clothing from your favorite sport or team. Thursday--Pajama Day--Just roll out of bed. Come to school in your pj's. Friday--Bearcat Day--wear your Bellingham shirts or green to show your pride for our school. In conjunction with AEW, grand parents of children in P-3 are invited to come to school and have lunch with the children. We always have many grandparents participate, with lots of smiling little children! All week long, the children will be featured on place mats, used at Our Place Cafe, in Bellingham. Be sure to check out your placemat, if you eat lunch at the cafe next week. You may see someone familiar! On Wednesday, Nov. 20, the BEA will furnish coffee and cookies to everyone at Our Place Cafe from 2-5 p.m. Be sure to stop.in for a free cup. What's So Special About Grandparents? By the 2nd Graders Jorden Roggenbuck-Val and Lois Roggenbuck, Faye Webster They are nice to me. They like to farm. They like horses and cats. Brice Dempcy--Claude and Ruth Larson, Bertha Harris They play with me. They,, watch movies with ae. They take me swimming and to basketball games. Jordan Brehmer-Gladys Brehmer, Robert and Irene Friedrich. ..... They let me play at their house. They babysit me. They let me watch TV. Jonathon Hoffman-Boots and Dori Hoffman, Clem and Bev Sykora They give us lots of presents at Christmas and birthdays. They are always happy to see us. Carolyn Adelman-Joyce and Lewellyn Void, lrvin and Fronie Adelman They buy us presents. They let me bake with them. Elijah Larson-Norm and Val Larson They let me visit them. They let me watch Toy Story II. Kimberly Jacobson-Janice and Robert Novak, Burt and Loretta Jacobson They take us out to eat. They go to the park with me. Cassie Sorenson-Leo Neubauer, Gloria Sorenson They let me play dress up. I love to take walks with them. Amber Sorenson-Leo Neubauer, Gloria Sorenson I like to visit with them. I like to play Rummy with my Grandma. Michaela Radermacher-Gerard and Mary Radermacher, Michael and Mary Markstrom I love to garden with them. I love to play outside with them. Colton Brehmer-Ardis Brehmer, John and Karen Nesvold Call now to order your Holiday Gift Baskets! OPEN Mon.-Fri. 8:30-5:30, Sat. 10:00-2:00 437 SE 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 320-839-7133 II Go to the pig barn. Go to the Dollar Store. Calendar  Friday, 11-22 4:H Special Interest Dav ALL Preppies will be in school today Breakfast Tuesdaygrapple juice, mini pancakes, sausage links and milk: Wednesday--apple juice, cinnamon rolls, strawberry yogurt and milk. Thursday--orange juice, assorted cold cereals, blueberry muffins and milk. Friday--apple juice, french toast, breakfast links and milk. Lunch Tuesday--beef hotdog on bun, nacho chips with heesC pineapple tidbits, applesauce, PB/PBJ and milk. Wednesday--beef stew, summer sausage sa0dwiches, pears, orange slices, PB/PBJ and milk. Thursday--chicken chunk gravy, mashed potatoes, dressing, corn, fruit salad, bread, dessert and milk. Friday--cheese pizza, lettuce salad, banana, PB/PBJ and milk. Birthdays i I I I I As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Tuesday, Nov. 19 Georgia Kolb, Eric Streed, Helen Johnson, Ashley Marie Jones, Amy Jo Speth, Ronald Pederson, Lawrence Bergseth, Colleen Weddell, Debbie Ellingson, Mark Pillatzki, Jon Berg Wednesday, Nov. 20 Melanie Wiegman, Melvin Reinke, Jena Dimberg, Suzy Dinnel, Darlene Rheingans, Carolyn Schlagel, Casey Marie Bohlman, Tonya M. Barnhardt, Amanda Arndt, Jacob Jeffrey'Berger, Steve Parker, Betty Henneberg, Zack Jorgenson Thursday, Nov. 21 Debbie Redepenning, Brian Streed, Scott Worrall, John DeWayne Kelly IV, Becky Boyd Magee, Jessica Ann Rothi, Erin Beth Hedman, EIdora Nelson, Jean Merritt, Greg Rasset Friday, Nov. 22 Jennifer Hippie, Lee Johnson, Tara Barnhardt, Eleanor Pavin, Shirley Voeltz, Kristi Arndt, Teresa Athey Saturday, Nov. 23 Loren Lindholm, Shana Strand, Robert Peterson, Zachary J. Harmening, Kenneth Henneberg, Kayla Henneberg, Michael Lee. Nicole Gangelhoff, Cory Peterson, Jim Halbe Sunday, Nov. 24 David Kraus, Margaret Blume, Gayle Johnson, Donald C. Dawson, Samantha R. Buescher, Ervin Herrmann, Jared McLaughlin, Julia Brown, Heinie Meier, Kitty Magnuson, Amanda Lee Monday, Nov. 25 John Ellingson, Debbie Burdick, Arnold Holtquist, Candi Kraemer, Dylan Jon Howen, Cliff Redepenning Tuesday, Nov. 26 Denielle Scoblic, Marisa Haakenson, Nancy Zehringer, Bob Pflueger, Gordon Blume, Pete Taffe, Paula Henneberg, Devon Balling Author to speak for LqPPP Author of the book, "Growing up Lutheran,' md other mors matecials_net nes Martin,wilL ..... be speaking at the Madison VFW this Saturday, Nov. 23. The $ I 1 meal and program begins at 7 p.m. She believes and promotes the healing gift of humor and laughter. Her programs are nostalgic in nature and will zero in on growing up rural and such things as hollering through culverts at friends and going to town on Saturday night. She does not poke fun of anyone's religion, ethnic group or way of life. She believes that there is a fine line between having fun with something and poking fun at it. Please pre-register for the meal by calling 1-888-734-3956 by the 21st. Proceed, if any go to Lac qui Parle Prairie Preservation, a non-profit organization. Everyone is invited for an enjoyable evening out. Five year plan to be revealed at county meet The annual meeting of the Big, Stone County Board of Commissioners and Big Stone County Highway Department will be held Monday, Nov. 25, 2002, beginning at 10 a.m. at the Highway Department building located at 437 Minnesota Street North, Ortonville, MN, 56278. The agenda will include discussion of the following items; the Five Year Plan for road construction, equipment purchases for 2003-2004, and other miscellaneous highway department business. A detailed agenda will he available at the meeting. Ortonville phy ed study costs of fast Thanksgiving may never be the same again. Ortonville High School and Elementary students can now measure the number of miles they will need to walk. run or jog to burn off that extra piece of pumpkin pie due to a $2,000 grant from Pamida Stores. The grant was awarded to the Ortonville School Physical Education Department to purchase pedometers for the K-10 physical education cur- riculum. A pedometer is a digital device worn at the waist that counts steps and then converts them into miles and calories burned. The pedometers can be used to assess cardiovascular endurance and journal miles traveled. Students will perform age-appro- priate activities and then document and analyze the data. Becky Holtquist, girls gymnastic coach and high school phy.ed teacher says, "It is a great learning tool because students see immediate feedback about their activ- ity level. And we hope to motivate students to lead a more active lifestyle." High school classes are working on a "fast food meal calorie burn" experiment. Students compute the total calories in their favorite fast food meal and then are given a week of class time to attempt to burn off those calories. Ryan Wandersee discovered that a week wasn't enough time to burn off the calories from his favorite meal as he worked out extra hard on Friday morning, attempting to burn off the last few calories by weeks end. In fact, only two of 30 girls in one class burned off all the calories from their meal. The 7th grade classes are working on an American Revolution walk. They log miles in physical education class and then take these miles to social studies where they attempt to see which team can travel from point A to point B on a map while studying the American Revolution. Holtquist thinks that the pedome- ters may be helpful for other Ortonville residents as well. "I know several teachers who have purchased the pedometers. It's a good motivator and can be helpful in weight loss pro- grams, and teaches a correlation between what we eat, and how we use all those 'extra' calories." Go b.head, enjoy one more piece of pumpkin pie. ORTONVILLE DAVID PAl checks the o ment of beginning exercise the quantity of cal, lent to his favorite meal. Library The Pioneerland Board will meet on 21, 2002, 7:30 p Multipurpose Room Public Library, 410 Fifth NORTHEAST CENTER Serving N.E. South Dakota and Western Minnesota for 16 Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Call Lori Larson at 320-839-2502 for an a ::: WEACCEPTMEDICAREASSIGNMENT ! (605) or 1 Mallard Pointe Business Parl Watertown. Waste Management will not be working on Thursday, Nov. 28th due to Thanksgiving Holiday. RESIDENTIAL, GARBAGE AND R WILL BE PICKED UP FRIDAY, NOV. 29th. 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