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By Clarissa Sorenson, Phone 568-2204 Randy Wittnebel was not present at the Community Day Drawing Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 1 lth when his name was called for $20. On Wednesday, Nov. 18th, the drawing will be for $40. The Kanthak-Matthies American Legion Auxiliary Unit #441 held its monthly meeting November 2, 1998 with 18 members present. The meeting was called to order by President Elenore Olson. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were read and approved. Correspondence was from Friendship Ventures, thanking us for our donation to help individuals from our area attend Camp Friendship. They provide educational programs and services for adults and children with physical and/or mental disabilities. Legislation Chairman, Norma Hiepler, encouraged members to vote on November 3rd. Membership chairman, Marion Maatz, asked if we could call members to renew their membership. Jan Kirchberg informed us that the wreaths and swags will arrive by November 18th, and asked every one to try and pick them up by Saturday, Nov. 21. The Legion turkey bingo tickets are on sale from members. The cost is $1.00 each. The i date is Nov. 17th. December 7th is our Christmas party with a $3 gift exchange. Sue Ohm and Jan Kirchberg purchased items for Christmas drawing. They include: 1st place, carbon monoxide alarm; 2nd, Pur Water Filter System; 3rd, mauve and green couch throw; 4th, personal picture clock; 5th, 3-quart Pyrex covered baking dish; 6th, Christmas wreath. Donation of $1 and you need not be present to win. Stan Olson, American Legion member, asked if we would be interested in moving our meeting hour from 8 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. A motion was passed approving the change in meeting time, beginning in January. November is our birthday month, the Legion presented us with a card and a check, and sang "Happy Birthday". Lunch was served by hostesses, Carol Olson, Phyllis Seller and Ruth Schuelke. Raymond and Alice Stolpman were Nov. 6th over the weekend guests at the Meg and Verne Johnson home in Minneapolis. Verne celebrated his birthday. On Sun'lay, Nov. 8th they were dinner guests at Dave, Holly and Lexie's home in Plymouth. Bill and Minnie Giese attended the funeral of his brother-in-law, Floyd Jones, at Milbank on Thursday morning at the Immanuel Lutheran Church. Pearl Pederson returned home last Friday from Prairie Lakes Hospital in Watertown, SD after spending five days in the hospital from Monday to Friday. Larry and Mary Redepenning and Timothy of Atwater and Scott Redepenning of the University of Minnesota of Duluth were weekend guests at the Hubert Redepenning home. Thursday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz visited Norma Wittnebel. Mr. and Mrs. James Ruckle and Kara of Bloomington, Keith Borgerson of Lakeville and friend, Michael of Apple Valley, Ardy Prekker of Ramsey and friends, Steve and Mike Croteau, of Ramsey, spent Friday to Sunday at the Alfred Borgerson home and were here for deer'lLnting. Wedn",ay evening visitors at the Melvin Ma'a, tZ home were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz to help Melvin celebrate his birthday. Larry and Eileen Weber were Monday dinner guests of Dorothy Weber. Bill and Minnie Giese and Dorothy Weber attended the turkey dinner at St. James Church in Nassau on Sunday, Nov. 8th. Thursday through Monday guests at the Melvin Maatz home were Daniel Maatz of St. Charles, Missouri and Daren Maatz of Willmar. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson visited Mrs. Bernice Tanner at the Milbank Hospital Wednesday afternoon. Sunday afternoon, Hilda Brehmer, Violet Borgerson and Arlene Kareis attended Alice Hansen's 90th birthday open house at the Hilltop Community Room at Madison. Friday through Sunday guests at the Melvin Maatz home were Dave and Amy Maatz of Maple Grove. Alfred and Barbara Borgerson, Harriet Cossentine and Frances Follis of Watertown, SD were Thursday dinner guests at the Ramona Tilbury home. Saturday overnight guests at the Melvin Maatz home were Sheila Anderson of Brooklyn Park and Charylene Wagner of Blaine. Judy and Ron Larson of Bloomington spent the weekend with Norma Larson and visited Alvin at Northridge at Ortonviile and were also here for deer hunting. Sunday dinner guests at the Melvin Maatz home were Daniel Maatz of St. Charles, Missouri, Dave and Amy Maatz of Maple Grove, Daren Maatz of Willmar and Adam Maatz of St. Cloud. Bill and Minnie Giese attended the 90th birthday open house for: Alice Hansen at the Hilltop Community Room in Madison Sunday afternoon, Nov. 8th. Thursday afternoon, Melvin and Daniel Myrtle Maatz at her home. Monday afternoon Edna Boidenow home in were Mr. and Mrs. Daren Maatz Maatz of St. Charles Last Friday Klefsaas visited at the Florence Haas home Mrs. Emil Streich Weekend hunting and Kathi Fink were Fink of Minnetonka, Lisa Alex of Apple Y, Hanson, Jacob and Chad Fink of Minnetonka, of Willmar and Kristin Moorhead. Walt and Ida Rosholt, SD spent them. 15warn Corey of Elmo and Lorraine morning. Saturday morning Eimo and Lorraine were Debbie Fischer of Kathy Bambineck of Brooke Bunting of Pat Thompson of Milan. D&K TIRE S RVIC For Your Wheel Alignment And Tire Needs 1/4 Mile South of Junction 12 & 75 ORTONVlLLE, MN PHONE 320/839-2073 Y C DECEMBER 1998 (Cgp and Save Tlke Wbolo "Working to keep healthy smiles in the Big Stone area." Steven G. Winther, D.D.S. FAMILY DENTISTRY 17 SE Second Street * Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-2596 J North Ortonville, 56278 (320) Sarah Mil, Manager Oumed - Operated by Big Stone Lake Area Inc. SUNDAY MONDAY d TUESDAY 1 Noon - Kiwanis, Oft. Sr. Center 6i30-q'OPS at City Office 7 pm VFW meeting. Seniors: 9-10:30am Hometown aringz, 10 am Exerdse; 1:15 pm Progressive Whist; 8 pm Alanon & AA. WEDNESDAY " Noon - Kiwanis Board, Oft. Sr. Center 7 pm AWANA-New Life Baptist 5-30 pm Weight Watcher-Trinity Seniors: lOam BxSe; 1:15 pm Movie "Seasons of the Heart." THURSDAY FRIDAY 3 4 5 1 pm TOPS #417 of BSC meets. 12 noon Airport Comm. at Pizza 7 pm Tree Board at Public Works Ranch. Seniors: 10 am Exercise; 11:15 Seniors: 10 am Exercise; 1-5 pm " Pin'hie; 7 pm BigSf0h6 ............ Comm. Chorus practice. SATURD 6 See Church Page for Activities. 13 See Church Page for Activities. 2 pm Christmas Tea at Big Stone County Historical Society. 10 am-4 pm Immunization Clinic-CPHS office. 6 pm Utility Comm. 7 pm City Council 7:30 pm Women of Today 8 pm Milbank Barbershop at Milbank HS Music Room. Seniors: 9 am Quilt; 10 am Exer.; 12:30 pm Blood Press. Check; 1-5pro Cards; 1:30 pm Woodcarving; 6-10 pm 55 Alive 14 7 pm Lakeside Harmony-App. 8 pm Milbank Barbershop at Milbank HS Music Room. Jaycee Meeting. Seniors: 9 am Quilt; 10 am Exer.; 1:15 pm Make Candy Bags for Santa Day; 1:30 pm Wood- carving. Noon - Kiwanis at Sr. Ctr. 4:30 pm Planning Comm. 5:15 pm Library Board. 6:30 TOPS at City Office. 6 pm Utility Comm. 7 pm Lakeside Harm.-TUM, BSC 8 pm VFW Auxiliary. 8 pm OHS Christ. Vocal Concert Seniors: 9-I 1 am Beltone; 9:30 am Sr. Board Mtg; 10 am Exercise; 1:30 pm Bingo; 8.pro AA & Alanon 15 9-11 am Christian Women, Zion Noon - Kiwanis at Sr. Or. 6:30 pm TOPS at City Office. 7 pm Golf Board Seniors: 9:10:30am Hometown Hearing; 10 am Exercise; 1:15 pm Progressive Whist; 8 pm AA & A/anon. 20 See Church Page for Activities. 21 7 pm City Council. 8 pm Milbank Barbershop at Milbank HS Mfisic Room. Seniors: 9 am Quilt; 10 am Exer.; 1-5 .pro Cards; 1:30 pm Wood- carving. 22 Noon - Kiwanis at St. Ctr. 6:30 pm TOPS at City Office. 7 pm Lakeside Harm.-TUM, BSC Seniors: 10 am Exercise; 1:30 pm Bingo; 8 pm AA & Alanon. 27 See Church Page for Activities. 28 7 pm Lakeside Harm.-Apple. CC 7:30 pm Health Care Board at Hospital 8 pm Milbank Barbershop at Milbank HS Music Room. Seniors: 9 am Quilt; f0 am Exercise; 1-5 pm Cards; 1:30 pm Woodcarving. 29 Noon - Kiwanis at Sr. Ctr. 6:30 pm TOPS at City Office. Seniors: 10 am Exercise; 1:30 pm Bingo; 8 pm AA & A/anon. ii i Nelson Electric -00ke , o .f00s txpf.,f.cf. Brent Nelson " Commercial & Residential Wiring LICENSED & BONDED IN MN & SD i 313 Wood Street * Ortonville, MN 56278 (320) 839-2631 i i i i i 12 noon Eco. Dev. Auth. at EDA Conf. Room. 1-2 pm FREE Blood Pressure Clinic at HiRise Apts. 1-3 pm Big Stone County Pathfinders Dis. Home. 5:30 pm Weight Watcher-Trinity 6 pm Street Comm. at PW office. 7 pm AWANA-New Life Baptist Seniors: 10 am Exercise; l-5pm Cards. 16 4:30 pin OAHS Finance Comm. at Knip Memorial Library. 5:30 pm Weight Watcher-Trinity 7 pm AWANA-New Life Baptist 8 pm Moose Lodge meets. Seniors: 10 am Exercise; 1:15 pm Sr. Club meeting; 3-5 pm Cards. 10 11 12 1 pm TOPS #417 of BSC. 7:30 pm BSC American Legion & Auxiliary. Seniors: l0 am Exercise; 1:15 pm Pinochle; 6-10 pm 55 Alive 17 1 pm TOPS #417 of BSC. Seniors: 10 am Exercise; Christmas Tea sign-up. 3 School Break begins 12 noon Eco. Dev. Auth. at EDA Conf. Room. 5:30 pm Weight Watcher-Trinity 6 pm Park & Roe Board at City Office 7 pm AWANA-New Life Baptist Seniors: 10 am Exercise; 1-5 pm Cards. 11 am Safety Comm. at City Office. Seniors: 10 am Exercise; 1-5 pm Bridge; 8 pm AA. 18 19 Seniors: 10 am Exercise; 1-5 pm Bridge; 8 pm AA meets. 30 12 noon Eco. Dev. Auth. at EDA Conf. Room. 5:30 pm Weight Watcher-Trinity 7 pm AWANA-New Life Baptist Seniors: 10 am Exercise; I-5 pm Cards. 24 25 26 CHRISTMAS EVE Seniors: Center closes at 3 pm. 1 NEw YEAR'S EVE Seniors: 10 am Exercise; 1:15 pm Pinochle. HOBO SOUP The excitingly new flavor ladled piping hot from an open kettle JUS1; HEAT 'N EAr "A Ivagle recipe CHRISTMAS DAY Seniors: Holiday - Center closed. For All Your Rock Call 5TN00 839-6131 Page 8 Tuesday, NoV. 00INDEPENDENT