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Patrol "Maroon Day" ristmas with the Marlins setforDee. 19th On Friday, Dec. 19, all sworn date of Sunday, Nov. a special Christmas treat or mrs, Gary, Jace, Rick Marlin. They comprise the fThe Marlins. The perfor- their Christmas show will be Milbank High School beginning at 7:30 pro, and 1 by the Chautauqua ciation. guys, all brothers, have ling together for more and they specialize in for everyone's and in this case, for Christmas fun. have developed a rep- the mid-west for highly entertaining vari- featuring anything from big to beautiful classical L, to high energy rock, to foot- cool jazz and down tunes. they're back presenting a exciting show entitled with the Marlins that will something for everyone. this: Christmas songs Silent Night, 0 Holy Child Is This'?, We Three Little Boy Child, and ORTONVILLE CHRISTMAS !Tr THE GALS LP YOU SHOP THE HOLIDAYS them on the Pass out candy and Christmas cheer. members of tile Minnesota State Patrol. regardless of rank or assign- others. In a secular section you'll hear I'll Be Home for Christmas, Deck the Halls, Blue Christmas, Jingle Bell Rock, Sleigh Ride, Winter Wonderland, and some of your other favorites. Not t) be forgotten are some of the silly, but fun and humorous Christmas songs like Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman, Santa Claus is Coming to Town, and more. m,l,i Each member of The Marlins is a well-trained musician, and not only on one instrument! They play key- boards, drums, trumpet, guitar, bass, violin or fiddle, and banjo - in short every instrument needed to perform the diverse styles of music that they know and love. They also sing with a nice blend of voices - strong solo voices, melded into a tight harmony quintet as the style of music changes. INOL|DAZZLE Enjoy Eagan's FREE Ride to the Lighted, Musical Parade on the first 3 Saturdays in December. Must stay in an Eagan hotel 25% Off rooms - FREE Mall of America Coupon Book upon Check-in. 1-800-324-2620 or www.eaganmn.com PRINTING Is Our Business THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT School state on Natl. test r.ing Big Stone City on g with thousands of the nation, took the ment of Educational test. The test is also "The Nation's Report results were announced Overall, South Dakota's :s' average scores ranked in the nation in reading, l in math. lrth grade scores in both d math ranked sixth South Dakota vied with states and the Dept of ol  for the tops scores in on the report card. This lized test is required No Child Left Behind participated in the test time in 2003. The exams What fourth and eighth and are able to do in atics. of this test show that School, along with over South Dakota, is great job educating our Letters to the editor ment. will be assigned to patrol duties to promote public safety through enforcement and education. All commercial vehicle inspectors will also be scheduled tier enforce- ment activities on this designated "'maroon day". This maroon day effi)rt will focus on those drivers who are driving impaired, speeding, inattentive, dri- ving aggressively, and also those occupants that are not buckled up, in an effort to reduce the number of seri- ous and fatal crashes on Minnesota roadways. To the Editor: It is that time of the year again when in the hustle and bustle of the holidays, the sight of the Salvation Army's Christmas Kettles and the sound of the bells remind us to be thankful for what we have and to think of others less fortunate. Often when people think of those in need, they picture the homeless in the larger cities not realizing the Salvation Army is hard at work right here in our own community. We will once again start our kettle campaigns on Nov 28th at Bill's Super Valu Plus beginning at 10:00 AM each Friday and Saturday through Dec 21. As cuts in Social Services and layoffs take a toll on the poor. Particularly the rural poor, we of the Salvation Army are asking for your support through the Christmas Kettle campaign. We thank you for past and continued support of the Salvation Army. If you can help please call 839- 6222. If you wish to send a donation, you may do so by dropping it in the mail and sending it to LeRoy Knippen at 229 Michigan Ave or Betty Reinke at 413 Dassel Ave in Ortonville. We have met our goal almost every year and at times we have exceeded it. There is no doubt in my mind we can do it again. Happy Holidays and may God bless each and every one of you. Sincerly, LeRoy (Bud)Knippen Big Stone County Chr Salvation Army UT Sales & Service Inc. :::: :i:{g:: ===================== ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i:?;:!::i:i:::::::::.:.:!:!:?;:7?.i}`..iiiiii.:.iii:.ii:i:`::'..i..iiiiig:iiiiiii..:?:`..i.?iii:::.:`:..`  ..... " I ::i:)i. :!: if) i!iii/i?i!ii ;i! :i?i i .. }i!i!iiiii:!iil!ii!i!illiiiii!!!iiiii!!i!ii:ii:.:.: : : :.- :.. MARK MUENCHOW doing a 4-wheel alignment. NOW OFFERS 4-Wheel Alignment Tire Sales & Repair Brake Work Suspension Work 839-7197 or 839-2911 547 US Hwy 12 Ortonville, MN 56278 INVOICE PRICING & DOD00G'E TR.HCK '04 GMC SIERRA '04 DAKOTA 2500 4X4 CREW CAB CLUB CAB 4X4 Total Retail ............. $37,321 Total Retail ............. $26,623 Invoice .................... $32,408 . Invoice .................... $23,233 Rebates ................... -$3,000 Rebates ................... -$3,000 *00s20 233 29408 / SaiflNS! ,,o p e , SAIlINgS! $ * "6,390 P'"' ' I #512 ' ,,,,,,Prices c]ood till Dec. 1 , , , #302 . ,, 101 SMC (Suburbans) 0 101 RAM 1500 YUKON ll SLT'S "QUAD CAB" 4x4's @1500'S 0 2500'S RED SLT BLACK SPORT (Blue, Gray & Pewter) (Pewter) 19k Miles 36k Miles from MINIVANS .,.cxsn moo. 23k Miles SLT - 49k Miles 99 -"""s"" SLT - 33k Miles OVlt_ ,S s "O1 DODGE Ol00rJ/sle r 000i1/00 CLOCK P,4tR "Mantle '  Anniversary tg Your Choice p 57 Ota aker. Watchmaker 6 25, 2003 INDEPENDENT Page 3b Patrol "Maroon Day" ristmas with the Marlins setforDee. 19th On Friday, Dec. 19, all sworn date of Sunday, Nov. a special Christmas treat or mrs, Gary, Jace, Rick Marlin. They comprise the fThe Marlins. The perfor- their Christmas show will be Milbank High School beginning at 7:30 pro, and 1 by the Chautauqua ciation. guys, all brothers, have ling together for more and they specialize in for everyone's and in this case, for Christmas fun. have developed a rep- the mid-west for highly entertaining vari- featuring anything from big to beautiful classical L, to high energy rock, to foot- cool jazz and down tunes. they're back presenting a exciting show entitled with the Marlins that will something for everyone. this: Christmas songs Silent Night, 0 Holy Child Is This'?, We Three Little Boy Child, and ORTONVILLE CHRISTMAS !Tr THE GALS LP YOU SHOP THE HOLIDAYS them on the Pass out candy and Christmas cheer. members of tile Minnesota State Patrol. regardless of rank or assign- others. In a secular section you'll hear I'll Be Home for Christmas, Deck the Halls, Blue Christmas, Jingle Bell Rock, Sleigh Ride, Winter Wonderland, and some of your other favorites. Not t) be forgotten are some of the silly, but fun and humorous Christmas songs like Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman, Santa Claus is Coming to Town, and more. m,l,i Each member of The Marlins is a well-trained musician, and not only on one instrument! They play key- boards, drums, trumpet, guitar, bass, violin or fiddle, and banjo - in short every instrument needed to perform the diverse styles of music that they know and love. They also sing with a nice blend of voices - strong solo voices, melded into a tight harmony quintet as the style of music changes. INOL|DAZZLE Enjoy Eagan's FREE Ride to the Lighted, Musical Parade on the first 3 Saturdays in December. Must stay in an Eagan hotel 25% Off rooms - FREE Mall of America Coupon Book upon Check-in. 1-800-324-2620 or www.eaganmn.com PRINTING Is Our Business THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT School state on Natl. test r.ing Big Stone City on g with thousands of the nation, took the ment of Educational test. The test is also "The Nation's Report results were announced Overall, South Dakota's :s' average scores ranked in the nation in reading, l in math. lrth grade scores in both d math ranked sixth South Dakota vied with states and the Dept of ol  for the tops scores in on the report card. This lized test is required No Child Left Behind participated in the test time in 2003. The exams What fourth and eighth and are able to do in atics. of this test show that School, along with over South Dakota, is great job educating our Letters to the editor ment. will be assigned to patrol duties to promote public safety through enforcement and education. All commercial vehicle inspectors will also be scheduled tier enforce- ment activities on this designated "'maroon day". This maroon day effi)rt will focus on those drivers who are driving impaired, speeding, inattentive, dri- ving aggressively, and also those occupants that are not buckled up, in an effort to reduce the number of seri- ous and fatal crashes on Minnesota roadways. To the Editor: It is that time of the year again when in the hustle and bustle of the holidays, the sight of the Salvation Army's Christmas Kettles and the sound of the bells remind us to be thankful for what we have and to think of others less fortunate. Often when people think of those in need, they picture the homeless in the larger cities not realizing the Salvation Army is hard at work right here in our own community. We will once again start our kettle campaigns on Nov 28th at Bill's Super Valu Plus beginning at 10:00 AM each Friday and Saturday through Dec 21. As cuts in Social Services and layoffs take a toll on the poor. Particularly the rural poor, we of the Salvation Army are asking for your support through the Christmas Kettle campaign. We thank you for past and continued support of the Salvation Army. If you can help please call 839- 6222. If you wish to send a donation, you may do so by dropping it in the mail and sending it to LeRoy Knippen at 229 Michigan Ave or Betty Reinke at 413 Dassel Ave in Ortonville. We have met our goal almost every year and at times we have exceeded it. There is no doubt in my mind we can do it again. Happy Holidays and may God bless each and every one of you. Sincerly, LeRoy (Bud)Knippen Big Stone County Chr Salvation Army UT Sales & Service Inc. :::: :i:{g:: ===================== ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i:?;:!::i:i:::::::::.:.:!:!:?;:7?.i}`..iiiiii.:.iii:.ii:i:`::'..i..iiiiig:iiiiiii..:?:`..i.?iii:::.:`:..`  ..... " I ::i:)i. :!: if) i!iii/i?i!ii ;i! :i?i i .. }i!i!iiiii:!iil!ii!i!illiiiii!!!iiiii!!i!ii:ii:.:.: : : :.- :.. MARK MUENCHOW doing a 4-wheel alignment. NOW OFFERS 4-Wheel Alignment Tire Sales & Repair Brake Work Suspension Work 839-7197 or 839-2911 547 US Hwy 12 Ortonville, MN 56278 INVOICE PRICING & DOD00G'E TR.HCK '04 GMC SIERRA '04 DAKOTA 2500 4X4 CREW CAB CLUB CAB 4X4 Total Retail ............. $37,321 Total Retail ............. $26,623 Invoice .................... $32,408 . Invoice .................... $23,233 Rebates ................... -$3,000 Rebates ................... -$3,000 *00s20 233 29408 / SaiflNS! ,,o p e , SAIlINgS! $ * "6,390 P'"' ' I #512 ' ,,,,,,Prices c]ood till Dec. 1 , , , #302 . ,, 101 SMC (Suburbans) 0 101 RAM 1500 YUKON ll SLT'S "QUAD CAB" 4x4's @1500'S 0 2500'S RED SLT BLACK SPORT (Blue, Gray & Pewter) (Pewter) 19k Miles 36k Miles from MINIVANS .,.cxsn moo. 23k Miles SLT - 49k Miles 99 -"""s"" SLT - 33k Miles OVlt_ ,S s "O1 DODGE Ol00rJ/sle r 000i1/00 CLOCK P,4tR "Mantle '  Anniversary tg Your Choice p 57 Ota aker. Watchmaker 6 25, 2003 INDEPENDENT Page 3b