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Karels of Willmar, and nd Ron Williamson of announce the engagement ;hter, Laura Ellen Karels :ff Kaylor, SD. and Justin live and Falls, SD. wedding is planned )le. AMERICA'S I0P 50 ENIERIAINMENT PACKAGE L .... hil and Jeannette Butler of announce the engagement hter Holly to Ryan of Ronnie and Linda Hinton, IA. Ortonviile Schools 1997, when she relocated her family. from Colfax-Mingo in 1999. She is also a bf Grace University in and is currently a student of Nebraska-Omaha. a student at UNO. 29 wedding will be in in the ADS of lanks OF THANKS of Clare Doschadis to thank everyone who at the loss of our hus- grandfather. Thanks- to cards the last two years )hone calls and visits. to Cindy and Peg You did a great job of of Clare. Also Dr. Van, and the nurses at Hospital for making comfortable. Thank ack, Sister Marlene, Sue, anet for the wonderful Also the CCW for you, Jay and the Home for taking for us. Phyliss Doschadis Sydney Doschadis, Colleen and Jim Neal, David Guse, Shannon Doschadis OF THANKS thank you to our for their support recent "extended" hos- back home now and qng well. Your prayers us going through a Don will never be g "tire man" that he was, he will be on this aY more years! Thanks bless. Happy holi- Don, Zelda and Families OF THANKS like to thank the Big for the Polaris McKenzie won. It was Thanks to Grandpa for buying and putting ticket. And to Randy the snowmobile. Thanks, Ritchie, Lori and McKenzie Seidell OF THANKS to family, friends and the many prayers, vis- while I was in the recuperating at home. Fr. Bob for his visits and thanks also to the at the Ortonville God Bless, Doris ttoffman COMPARE AND SAVE! -" L -'1,11 Ke[,O':l q[-q F 1 "I : I =1 mhlB 21-1877 Motorolla FRS Radios 99 1 DAY ONLY! ,.,n Cordless Phone With Digital FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28 Answering Machine and Caller ID  50:l-lls 10 u'doet Hnadtet ready 3.3tTg 7:59 AM 12 Noon   Ililt PIIIIE Limit 1 per household 31"mmim -liimaim mm 290,00.= Plus get $10 badt by mail from P.adioShack Jl'nEII lUBUE Progressive-Scan DVD for a Great Low Price Enjoy nies wth the be,it poible picture! Also plays vdeo CD, MP3 fk/P(G picture shde show, mote S-Vdeo output n16.3274 Peg 5999 RIIlm-=, Limit 1 per household Micro I/R Hot Rods 99 79 ==_ 16-3268 Cinevision DVDNCR Limtl 1 per household 32-3034 Memorex Boom Box/ Karaoke Limit 1 per household 39" lie 5 S-in-1 Universal Remote Contro DVD, VCR. TV,'cable and veo game .. HALF PRICE L  r , Match your style! Remote/poe up o.u,   63-1406 comes in 8 different colors W[J PRICE Lim   houso Barbie RadShack $10 trad.m oiler 9nod I lI203 ZRequVe$ p 0eCany sere  r a reglstt,ed Alarm Clock tt of  Latxxatoem Lia, n Corp DT$ i a fwl trade.maC, of Itl '1 Sy,,.terns, Offen0Jprtcel not athlble in all store=. 0ulmtitles limffod. Most Major  PleNo hlre. NO dMlrll. s=t ed  s/z&,03. Credit Cards Welcome V o,,, LIMITED QUANTITIES - SHOP EARLY/ School shows support for Guard By Arnold Souba Monday, Nov. 17th at the regular board meeting, a motion passed unan- imously expressing agreement with and signing a statement of support for, the national guard and reserve. The statement of support was sought by a large number of citizens appearing before the board in support of the national guard and reserve. No oppo- sition to any of this was expressed by either board or bystander. The request was spurned because a sixth grade teacher at the school, t st Sgt. Joe Eustice, was called back to active service. All guard members called up are allowed a 15-day paid leave in addition to normal leave time. Some outsider opposition to this was expressed beforeit was clear that this leave was mandated by Federal law. It was the sense of the meeting that, if further opposition by others was expressed, it would be dealt with administratively. The approved statement recog- nizes the national guard and reserve as essential to the strength of the nation. The patrio'i, memrs serve voluntar- ily in an honorable profession, and deserve the support of all society. Their members should have the sup- port of all American employers. The statement pledges that employment will not be denied, opportunities will not be limited, leaves will be granted without loss of vacation and the pub- lic will be informed. In other news, a report on the direct reading program was given the board by Kelly Gustafson. Gary Pfleger reported on a tech prep agreement with Alex Tech College. The board expressed approval of the agreement. The board also hired l+Ounne Hanson as the new business manager. The "Bonanza Education Center servldes ' agreement was also approved'with 'a No one covers Minnesota better. It's comforting to know that Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota has been providing quality health care plans for nearly 70 years. With the variety of plans for individuals, groups and plans that work with Medicare, we've got you covered. Give me a call for more information. John Stolpman I..  Ortonville Bellingham 320-839-6194 320-568-2101 BlueCross BlueShield of Minnesota Autkorizc d isdq,tdcm t [or Slt Crm ew u utd a[ Minttal        =.= m * **,m ChanSe of Business Vern and Eleanor Nickolauson are closing Vern Small Motors. Theyge sold their building, no longer in the small motors business and now operating Verr00 Golf Car l00epair out of his mobile unit. He will be repairing golf cars for individuals and golf courses throughout the region. caveat to look it over further next time. The open enrollment request of Brenda Billington was OKed, as were several co-curricular contracts, con- cession compensation was discussed, and bills in the amount of 205,001.24 were approved for payment. Purchase was approved for a used van to trans- port Special Ed students. The next meeting will be a Ix)aM retreat Saturday, Nov 22nd at 8:30 AM in the school library. The truth in taxatitm meeting is 7:00 PM'Dec:Sth in the library. The regular board meet- ing is'M6nda,,: Dex 15th 7?00 PM in the library. .. Private Gillespie finishes Basic Army National Guard Pvt. Brandi M. Gillespie has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Brandie is the daughter of Terry and Sandy Gillespie of Clinton. She is a 2003 graduate of Clinton- Graceville-Beardsley High Scho-ol. r4N00 /rap Up Your Holidays With Haft Off. HALF OFF your cable bill. 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Call For Details! 1-800-888-1 300 Midcontinent COMMUNICATIONS Half price offer available for new customers only Customers who disconnect after 9!2/O3 are not eligible, Service not available in all areas, Some restrictions may apply. Deposit may be required Offer expire 12/31/03 LNov. 25, 2003  INDEPENDENT , page 3 Karels of Willmar, and nd Ron Williamson of announce the engagement ;hter, Laura Ellen Karels :ff Kaylor, SD. and Justin live and Falls, SD. wedding is planned )le. AMERICA'S I0P 50 ENIERIAINMENT PACKAGE L .... hil and Jeannette Butler of announce the engagement hter Holly to Ryan of Ronnie and Linda Hinton, IA. Ortonviile Schools 1997, when she relocated her family. from Colfax-Mingo in 1999. She is also a bf Grace University in and is currently a student of Nebraska-Omaha. a student at UNO. 29 wedding will be in in the ADS of lanks OF THANKS of Clare Doschadis to thank everyone who at the loss of our hus- grandfather. Thanks- to cards the last two years )hone calls and visits. to Cindy and Peg You did a great job of of Clare. Also Dr. Van, and the nurses at Hospital for making comfortable. Thank ack, Sister Marlene, Sue, anet for the wonderful Also the CCW for you, Jay and the Home for taking for us. Phyliss Doschadis Sydney Doschadis, Colleen and Jim Neal, David Guse, Shannon Doschadis OF THANKS thank you to our for their support recent "extended" hos- back home now and qng well. Your prayers us going through a Don will never be g "tire man" that he was, he will be on this aY more years! Thanks bless. Happy holi- Don, Zelda and Families OF THANKS like to thank the Big for the Polaris McKenzie won. It was Thanks to Grandpa for buying and putting ticket. And to Randy the snowmobile. Thanks, Ritchie, Lori and McKenzie Seidell OF THANKS to family, friends and the many prayers, vis- while I was in the recuperating at home. Fr. Bob for his visits and thanks also to the at the Ortonville God Bless, Doris ttoffman COMPARE AND SAVE! -" L -'1,11 Ke[,O':l q[-q F 1 "I : I =1 mhlB 21-1877 Motorolla FRS Radios 99 1 DAY ONLY! ,.,n Cordless Phone With Digital FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28 Answering Machine and Caller ID  50:l-lls 10 u'doet Hnadtet ready 3.3tTg 7:59 AM 12 Noon   Ililt PIIIIE Limit 1 per household 31"mmim -liimaim mm 290,00.= Plus get $10 badt by mail from P.adioShack Jl'nEII lUBUE Progressive-Scan DVD for a Great Low Price Enjoy nies wth the be,it poible picture! Also plays vdeo CD, MP3 fk/P(G picture shde show, mote S-Vdeo output n16.3274 Peg 5999 RIIlm-=, Limit 1 per household Micro I/R Hot Rods 99 79 ==_ 16-3268 Cinevision DVDNCR Limtl 1 per household 32-3034 Memorex Boom Box/ Karaoke Limit 1 per household 39" lie 5 S-in-1 Universal Remote Contro DVD, VCR. TV,'cable and veo game .. HALF PRICE L  r , Match your style! Remote/poe up o.u,   63-1406 comes in 8 different colors W[J PRICE Lim   houso Barbie RadShack $10 trad.m oiler 9nod I lI203 ZRequVe$ p 0eCany sere  r a reglstt,ed Alarm Clock tt of  Latxxatoem Lia, n Corp DT$ i a fwl trade.maC, of Itl '1 Sy,,.terns, Offen0Jprtcel not athlble in all store=. 0ulmtitles limffod. Most Major  PleNo hlre. NO dMlrll. s=t ed  s/z&,03. Credit Cards Welcome V o,,, LIMITED QUANTITIES - SHOP EARLY/ School shows support for Guard By Arnold Souba Monday, Nov. 17th at the regular board meeting, a motion passed unan- imously expressing agreement with and signing a statement of support for, the national guard and reserve. The statement of support was sought by a large number of citizens appearing before the board in support of the national guard and reserve. No oppo- sition to any of this was expressed by either board or bystander. The request was spurned because a sixth grade teacher at the school, t st Sgt. Joe Eustice, was called back to active service. All guard members called up are allowed a 15-day paid leave in addition to normal leave time. Some outsider opposition to this was expressed beforeit was clear that this leave was mandated by Federal law. It was the sense of the meeting that, if further opposition by others was expressed, it would be dealt with administratively. The approved statement recog- nizes the national guard and reserve as essential to the strength of the nation. The patrio'i, memrs serve voluntar- ily in an honorable profession, and deserve the support of all society. Their members should have the sup- port of all American employers. The statement pledges that employment will not be denied, opportunities will not be limited, leaves will be granted without loss of vacation and the pub- lic will be informed. In other news, a report on the direct reading program was given the board by Kelly Gustafson. Gary Pfleger reported on a tech prep agreement with Alex Tech College. The board expressed approval of the agreement. The board also hired l+Ounne Hanson as the new business manager. The "Bonanza Education Center servldes ' agreement was also approved'with 'a No one covers Minnesota better. It's comforting to know that Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota has been providing quality health care plans for nearly 70 years. With the variety of plans for individuals, groups and plans that work with Medicare, we've got you covered. Give me a call for more information. John Stolpman I..  Ortonville Bellingham 320-839-6194 320-568-2101 BlueCross BlueShield of Minnesota Autkorizc d isdq,tdcm t [or Slt Crm ew u utd a[ Minttal        =.= m * **,m ChanSe of Business Vern and Eleanor Nickolauson are closing Vern Small Motors. Theyge sold their building, no longer in the small motors business and now operating Verr00 Golf Car l00epair out of his mobile unit. He will be repairing golf cars for individuals and golf courses throughout the region. caveat to look it over further next time. The open enrollment request of Brenda Billington was OKed, as were several co-curricular contracts, con- cession compensation was discussed, and bills in the amount of 205,001.24 were approved for payment. Purchase was approved for a used van to trans- port Special Ed students. The next meeting will be a Ix)aM retreat Saturday, Nov 22nd at 8:30 AM in the school library. The truth in taxatitm meeting is 7:00 PM'Dec:Sth in the library. The regular board meet- ing is'M6nda,,: Dex 15th 7?00 PM in the library. .. Private Gillespie finishes Basic Army National Guard Pvt. Brandi M. Gillespie has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Brandie is the daughter of Terry and Sandy Gillespie of Clinton. She is a 2003 graduate of Clinton- Graceville-Beardsley High Scho-ol. r4N00 /rap Up Your Holidays With Haft Off. HALF OFF your cable bill. HALF OFF your Internet bill. HALF OFF your phone bill. Better Yet, HALF OFF All Three For 6 Months! Want To Get Hooked For Half Price? Get the convenience of one company and one bill. With great customer service and exciting new products, you won't find a better value anywhere! And now, get HALF OFF for six months, Over 200 channels of Midcontinent Classic and Digital Cable TV with premium movie channel packages available. The fastest High Speed Internet in town. Local and Long Distance Phone Service with custom calling features available. Already Hooked? If you're already a Midcontinent customer you can still save big. Upgrade to any of our Digital Trio packages and save $150 ($25 credit per month) over six months! (Dr upgrade to a Digital/Phone package and save $75 ($12.50 credit per month) over six months! Call for details. ,, ,, Get Hooked! Call For Details! 1-800-888-1 300 Midcontinent COMMUNICATIONS Half price offer available for new customers only Customers who disconnect after 9!2/O3 are not eligible, Service not available in all areas, Some restrictions may apply. Deposit may be required Offer expire 12/31/03 LNov. 25, 2003  INDEPENDENT , page 3