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days in the Ortonville area IN THE CLASSIFIED] another year. Tim Marthaler was fea- tured in the article New Faces at School. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville ttospital: a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schuelke of Big Stone City, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Karels of Ortonville and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. l)ave Wohllcber of Milbank, S,D. HAT IS SO FUNNY  You might ask, as to wh the three World "" 1 " - Y &apos;7 !1 veterans shown here have a look on their faces like perhaps them just told a joke The Des Moines Register front page that t , n tells of the atomic bomb drop on Japan that triggered the (', makes for good copy in this column today. All three men are ased. Left to right, you see Ivan Stern, C. J. Thoams and Jack r Photo must have been taken sometime in the 1950s, probably at onville VFW function. 10 YEARS AGO Big Stone county board to transfer the Lakeshore Fruit 50 YEARS AGO Dee. 10, 1953 Ed Martinson was the win- ner in the race for mayor in the City of Ortonville and Ed Kraus was the winner of the alderman at large race. The firemen re-elected Harlan Parker chief at the annual lutefisk dinner. Other officers re-elected are Sam Barr Jr., secretary and Riley Hausauer, treasurer. New offi- cers include Albert Jurgens, Rudy Simonitch, Clayton Pflueger and Robert Kraemer. Stanley Arnett will head the Masons for 1954. Marilyn Bergman became the bride of Donald Gustafson Dec. 6 at the First English Lutheran Church, Herb Wisch was elected Ortonville news Gail Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 enjoyed by Phyllis Sclfluter. Friday, Nov. 14th Craig and Kippy Friday, Nov. 14th Wanda Koepke Randleman traveled to Minneapolis and Carlene Wittnebel visited Clifford ", where they met Emily Rand!eman, and Lizzie lianson and Alton Hanson. who is a student at Augsburg College. Sunday, Nov. 16th 1)eb Steuart, On Saturday the Randlemans traveled Wanda Koepke, and Marlys DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From Ihe Files of The Ortonville Independent 70 YEARS AGO Nov. 16, 1933 Produce buyers reopen on Tuesday as farmers' strike fails to get farm support was a headline in this issue. The new law requires own- ers and drivers of cars to have a drivers license in the state of Minnesota. ttenry Larkin, clerk of court, is in charge of issuing licenses. The fee is 35. Clayton Johnson of Con'ell was one of nine 4-H club members to exhibit at the Junior Livestock Show in South St. Paul. The annual operetta is scheduled for Friday at the Nov. 30, 1993 I ['he season's first big farm into a recreational vehi- the new mayor of Odessa, Orpheum Theater. fall came on Wed. and cle park. Gust Pansch defeated J.C. Big game hunters began to s. of last week with 12 " s .... Glenn get deer licenses this week wanou, mr trustee anu , " " Mathews was elected treasurer '" u,. recorded and additional from O E Hahn, county audi- .... " -inia tor The five day open season inches on Friday. ed 25 YEARS AGO ov one vote over vlre ;'v k  is from Nov 21-25 in ,.0ean DeVos was nam Nov. 22, 1978 ro a . ," . . . 'lmlhead of the Big Stone Dexter Motley of Wayzata Northern Minnesota. ttla10pmentCorp, wn has purchased the Habicht's iliile|son i00|ectric-, ,Jlaren Oakes and Da Department store and it will This coh111711 sponsored lt7 part by .kseiepldSrU!?s:itr i now be known as C Motley's Department store. Ortonville's school nurse tmas promotion, this year is Jean Nelson of the ll0m, Gary and Randy Big Stone County Public BI'llt Nelson d were featured this week Health Nursing Service. farmers of the month, d Ortonville's Retail commit- i Commercial & Residential Wiring  Licensed & Bonded in MN & SD Lnnis Dragt was grante tee has decided to extend the Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-2631 illliitional use permit by the Winawadaweek program for k,,, ,,j news By M.J. Kirchberg Mrs. John Karels of Fargo, Eileen 14 till 18 guests at the home Karels of Fergus Falls were Saturday, ,A[ s' Joan Strej were Paul Nov. 15 forenoon visitors at the Mrs. '- l[.her and Tom Call of Maple Almira Karels home and attended the ,i, J{ Schumacher of Salt Lake baby shower at the Jason Karels home 2,| tiT, Joe Schumacher of in theafternoon. ' ,,allton. lney were among te Mrs. I)e.nnisRademacher and Mrs. ers i 2.....",len f Dmieg  V'- ';"iii Nei. "..,./"'lle on .... Der "F in this area. Additional vening visitors were Mr. Abramowski. Yra of Crookston and Mrs. eg attended the funeral of at St. John's Church on Monday, Nov. 7 and visitors at the Glen and helped Glen observe Bryan Anderson and family spent Nov. 12 weekend at the Tim Salmen home in Madison, SD. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Karels and grandchildren Isaac and Emma of Paynesville and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Karels were Sunday, Nov. 16 visitors at the home of their mother Mrs. Almira Karels. St. Myra Schmieg of Crookston is spending a two week vacation at the home Of her mother Mrs. Myra Schmieg and they were Sunday, Nov. 16 supper evening guests at the Tim Stengel home in Milbank. Mrs. Jason Karels was honored at a baby shower at their home on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 15, 2003. Mrs. Steve Barr of Ortonville and daughter Lexi of Fargo were Saturday afternoon, Nov. 15 visitors at the M.J. Kirchberg home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Radermacher of Ortonville were Saturday afternoon, Nov. 15 visitors at the Mrs. Myra Schmieg home. Weekend guests at the Jerry Adelman home were Keith Adelman and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Adelman and sons of Graceville. Additional Sunday dinner and afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Adelman and family. The men were among the deer hunters in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd spent Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 15 and 16 at the home of their son Steve in St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Abrahamsen of Coon Rapids were Friday evening, Nov. 14 till Saturday guests at the Kay Karels home. Kay Karats entertained relatives at the Pizza Ranch in Ortonville on' Friday evening, Nov. t4 in honor of her son Rick's 38th birthday. Kay Karels and sons were among relatives and friends that attended a surprise 60th birthday party tbr ttarold Fedt at Headwater's in Ortonville on Saturday evening, Nov. 15. Mrs. Jim Croatt and Mrs. Orland Mathison of Ortonville spent Monday afternoon, Nov. 17 visiting their sister Sylvia Croatt at the Appleton Nursing ttome. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavelko and family of Worthington spent Nov. 15 weekend at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pillatzki. Additional visitors during the weekend were Richard Pillatzki and girls and Mrs. Brendan' Van Sambeek and family. Old Mill Twirlers The Old Mill Twirlers danced to the calling of Jim Jirak last Wednesday. There were no squares in attendance with guests from Watertown and Sisseton. Dennis Van Asch from Milbank, SD will call on Wednesday, Dec. 3. On lunch committee are Delores Whitehead, Emil and Luverne Swezey. Upcoming dances are no dance Nov. 26, Dec. 10, Jim Jirak. Old Mill Twirlers dance on Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. in the High School lunchroom. Use the Northeast door, visitors are always welcome. .ffw.bigstonecruisers.co RcddcnO on the Im- .ott ! afternoon visitors at the Henrich home were Mrs. ggenbuck and twins Caleb __ ah of Sioux Falls, Mrs. Val jher, Mrs. Almira Karels and " r  Schmieg. :tl Mrs. Paul 'Schumacher of If you're happy and you know it... ...write a letter to the editor! L.Ove and Kristine Carlson of if're Sunday, Nov. 16 evening 11 night guests at the Joan Strei ,.,,t d attended the funeral of llaas at Madison on Monday, a.3. 'wn'thony and Monica Catholic il hosted bingo and served residents at Northridge in S/fflOO3.n Wednesday afternoon, l'0,ZJOan Strei attended the "'O'I,, f Patricia O'Neill at St. </hurch in Ortonville on or. 17. Mrs. Ray Schuelke vmited lbara Kanthak at the [t in Milbank on Monday . I today for more information. 00.l00raceville Branch Office [ 700N8 7294 or 800 450 7294 , l00#00,AgCountry, [ a V Far00wCeo,q00toSor,iaos I to River Falls, WI to visit their nephew Chad Randleman and his wife Brenda and their little girl Rachael. Late in the day the Randlemans returned to Minneapolis. On Sunday they attended a church service on the campus of Augsburg College. The Randlemans returned home to Ortonville late in the day on Sunday. Emily is planning on being home in Ortonville for a few days over the Thanksgiving holiday break. The first week-end of deer hunting on the 8th of Nov. Curt Rothi of Anoa and Harold Rothi of Otsego, visited John and Anna Rothi and went deer hunting. The week-end of Nov. 14th John and Anna Rothi spent the week-end with Curt and Linda Rothi and Jessica. Jim, Susan, and Taylor Leenerts of Holdingford, visited Joe and Dorothy Coubal on Saturday, Nov. 15th and Sunday, Nov. 16th. Jim is Joe and Dorothy's grandson. Taylor is Joe and Dorothy's great-granddaughter. Brenda Peterson and her granddaughter Aanika visited Joe and Dorothy Coubal on Wednesday, Nov. 19th. Alice Radermacher, chairmen of Christian Women's Club reported that there were three guests and 74 attending Christian Women's Club at Zion Lutheran Church on Tuesday, Nov. 18th. Myra Jean Schmeig of Rosen and her daughter Sister Myra of Crookston stopped in to visit Charles and Alice Radermacher on Wednesday, Nov. 19th. Jeanne Berg and Esther Mullins attended Christian Women's Club at Zion Lutheran Church on Tuesday, Nov. 18th. The inspirational speaker was Ann Henzlik of Chisago City. The music was provided by Kristi Delage of Ortonville. The special feature was a comedy impersonation of Victor Borge by Clarissa Gruenich of Dumont. The ladies enjoyed the program. The Fall Festival of Drama on Friday evening, Nov. 14th was Radermacher visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Tuesday, Nov. 18th Carlene Wittnebel and her son Doug visited Clifford and l,izzie ttanson and Alton Hanson. Wednesday, Nov. 19th Wanda Koepke and Harriet Kidman visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson And Alton ttanson. Tuesday, Nov. 18th Rev. Jon Marburger visited Clifford and Lizzie tlanson and Alton ltanson. Tuesday evening, Nov. 18th Steve and Nick Steuart had supper with Clifford and Lizzie ttanson and Alton Hanson. Ronnie Pinkert visited his mother Syl Pinkert. Lyle and Donna Christiansen of Morris were dinner guests of Esther Mullins on Wednesday, Nov. 19th. Clara Zeek visited Syl Pinkert. Jane and Oscar Streed entertained Ken and Jeanne Berg on Sunday night, Nov. 16th with dinner in honor of Jeanne's birthday. Jane and Jeanne go back to where they were classmates in Bemidji. Ken and Oscar are also natives of Bemidji. Oscar and Jane Streed attended a seventh grade choral concert in Willmar on Tuesday, Nov. 18th where their grandson Isaiah is a junior high student. Isiah was one of the featured soloists of which was a surprise to his family. Gladys Brehmer among others attended Christian Women's Club on Tuesday, Nov. 18th at Zion Lutheran Church. Gladys Brehmer among others went to the Senior Club at the Ortonville Senior Center on Wednesday, Nov. 19th. Wilt'red and Gen Adelman spent Sunday through Tuesday at Duane and Judi Adelman's at Lakeville and also attended the funeral of Judy's mother Jean Hoflnmn at Rollingstone. High bridge players at the Ortonville Senior Center Friday afternoon, Nov. 21st were Mel Ehlert and Gebbs ttolme. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. NEWER ENGLISH TUDOR... HOME SALE 550 NORTH PARK AVE. ORTONVILLE, MN Two bedroom, lower level family room with fireplace Two fireplaces, central air, three-season porch Single attached garage and detached double garage New Roof New Furnace Aluminum Siding For Viewing Appointment Call Dr. Charles Nolop at 952-474-9946 WAYZATA, MINNESOTA oV,' Nov. 25, 2003 INDEPENDENT Page 5b days in the Ortonville area IN THE CLASSIFIED] another year. Tim Marthaler was fea- tured in the article New Faces at School. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville ttospital: a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schuelke of Big Stone City, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Karels of Ortonville and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. l)ave Wohllcber of Milbank, S,D. HAT IS SO FUNNY  You might ask, as to wh the three World "" 1 " - Y '7 !1 veterans shown here have a look on their faces like perhaps them just told a joke The Des Moines Register front page that t , n tells of the atomic bomb drop on Japan that triggered the (', makes for good copy in this column today. All three men are ased. Left to right, you see Ivan Stern, C. J. Thoams and Jack r Photo must have been taken sometime in the 1950s, probably at onville VFW function. 10 YEARS AGO Big Stone county board to transfer the Lakeshore Fruit 50 YEARS AGO Dee. 10, 1953 Ed Martinson was the win- ner in the race for mayor in the City of Ortonville and Ed Kraus was the winner of the alderman at large race. The firemen re-elected Harlan Parker chief at the annual lutefisk dinner. Other officers re-elected are Sam Barr Jr., secretary and Riley Hausauer, treasurer. New offi- cers include Albert Jurgens, Rudy Simonitch, Clayton Pflueger and Robert Kraemer. Stanley Arnett will head the Masons for 1954. Marilyn Bergman became the bride of Donald Gustafson Dec. 6 at the First English Lutheran Church, Herb Wisch was elected Ortonville news Gail Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 enjoyed by Phyllis Sclfluter. Friday, Nov. 14th Craig and Kippy Friday, Nov. 14th Wanda Koepke Randleman traveled to Minneapolis and Carlene Wittnebel visited Clifford ", where they met Emily Rand!eman, and Lizzie lianson and Alton Hanson. who is a student at Augsburg College. Sunday, Nov. 16th 1)eb Steuart, On Saturday the Randlemans traveled Wanda Koepke, and Marlys DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From Ihe Files of The Ortonville Independent 70 YEARS AGO Nov. 16, 1933 Produce buyers reopen on Tuesday as farmers' strike fails to get farm support was a headline in this issue. The new law requires own- ers and drivers of cars to have a drivers license in the state of Minnesota. ttenry Larkin, clerk of court, is in charge of issuing licenses. The fee is 35. Clayton Johnson of Con'ell was one of nine 4-H club members to exhibit at the Junior Livestock Show in South St. Paul. The annual operetta is scheduled for Friday at the Nov. 30, 1993 I ['he season's first big farm into a recreational vehi- the new mayor of Odessa, Orpheum Theater. fall came on Wed. and cle park. Gust Pansch defeated J.C. Big game hunters began to s. of last week with 12 " s .... Glenn get deer licenses this week wanou, mr trustee anu , " " Mathews was elected treasurer '" u,. recorded and additional from O E Hahn, county audi- .... " -inia tor The five day open season inches on Friday. ed 25 YEARS AGO ov one vote over vlre ;'v k  is from Nov 21-25 in ,.0ean DeVos was nam Nov. 22, 1978 ro a . ," . . . 'lmlhead of the Big Stone Dexter Motley of Wayzata Northern Minnesota. ttla10pmentCorp, wn has purchased the Habicht's iliile|son i00|ectric-, ,Jlaren Oakes and Da Department store and it will This coh111711 sponsored lt7 part by .kseiepldSrU!?s:itr i now be known as C Motley's Department store. Ortonville's school nurse tmas promotion, this year is Jean Nelson of the ll0m, Gary and Randy Big Stone County Public BI'llt Nelson d were featured this week Health Nursing Service. farmers of the month, d Ortonville's Retail commit- i Commercial & Residential Wiring  Licensed & Bonded in MN & SD Lnnis Dragt was grante tee has decided to extend the Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-2631 illliitional use permit by the Winawadaweek program for k,,, ,,j news By M.J. Kirchberg Mrs. John Karels of Fargo, Eileen 14 till 18 guests at the home Karels of Fergus Falls were Saturday, ,A[ s' Joan Strej were Paul Nov. 15 forenoon visitors at the Mrs. '- l[.her and Tom Call of Maple Almira Karels home and attended the ,i, J{ Schumacher of Salt Lake baby shower at the Jason Karels home 2,| tiT, Joe Schumacher of in theafternoon. ' ,,allton. lney were among te Mrs. I)e.nnisRademacher and Mrs. ers i 2.....",len f Dmieg  V'- ';"iii Nei. "..,./"'lle on .... Der "F in this area. Additional vening visitors were Mr. Abramowski. Yra of Crookston and Mrs. eg attended the funeral of at St. John's Church on Monday, Nov. 7 and visitors at the Glen and helped Glen observe Bryan Anderson and family spent Nov. 12 weekend at the Tim Salmen home in Madison, SD. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Karels and grandchildren Isaac and Emma of Paynesville and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Karels were Sunday, Nov. 16 visitors at the home of their mother Mrs. Almira Karels. St. Myra Schmieg of Crookston is spending a two week vacation at the home Of her mother Mrs. Myra Schmieg and they were Sunday, Nov. 16 supper evening guests at the Tim Stengel home in Milbank. Mrs. Jason Karels was honored at a baby shower at their home on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 15, 2003. Mrs. Steve Barr of Ortonville and daughter Lexi of Fargo were Saturday afternoon, Nov. 15 visitors at the M.J. Kirchberg home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Radermacher of Ortonville were Saturday afternoon, Nov. 15 visitors at the Mrs. Myra Schmieg home. Weekend guests at the Jerry Adelman home were Keith Adelman and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Adelman and sons of Graceville. Additional Sunday dinner and afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Adelman and family. The men were among the deer hunters in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd spent Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 15 and 16 at the home of their son Steve in St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Abrahamsen of Coon Rapids were Friday evening, Nov. 14 till Saturday guests at the Kay Karels home. Kay Karats entertained relatives at the Pizza Ranch in Ortonville on' Friday evening, Nov. t4 in honor of her son Rick's 38th birthday. Kay Karels and sons were among relatives and friends that attended a surprise 60th birthday party tbr ttarold Fedt at Headwater's in Ortonville on Saturday evening, Nov. 15. Mrs. Jim Croatt and Mrs. Orland Mathison of Ortonville spent Monday afternoon, Nov. 17 visiting their sister Sylvia Croatt at the Appleton Nursing ttome. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavelko and family of Worthington spent Nov. 15 weekend at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pillatzki. Additional visitors during the weekend were Richard Pillatzki and girls and Mrs. Brendan' Van Sambeek and family. Old Mill Twirlers The Old Mill Twirlers danced to the calling of Jim Jirak last Wednesday. There were no squares in attendance with guests from Watertown and Sisseton. Dennis Van Asch from Milbank, SD will call on Wednesday, Dec. 3. On lunch committee are Delores Whitehead, Emil and Luverne Swezey. Upcoming dances are no dance Nov. 26, Dec. 10, Jim Jirak. Old Mill Twirlers dance on Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. in the High School lunchroom. Use the Northeast door, visitors are always welcome. .ffw.bigstonecruisers.co RcddcnO on the Im- .ott ! afternoon visitors at the Henrich home were Mrs. ggenbuck and twins Caleb __ ah of Sioux Falls, Mrs. Val jher, Mrs. Almira Karels and " r  Schmieg. :tl Mrs. Paul 'Schumacher of If you're happy and you know it... ...write a letter to the editor! L.Ove and Kristine Carlson of if're Sunday, Nov. 16 evening 11 night guests at the Joan Strei ,.,,t d attended the funeral of llaas at Madison on Monday, a.3. 'wn'thony and Monica Catholic il hosted bingo and served residents at Northridge in S/fflOO3.n Wednesday afternoon, l'0,ZJOan Strei attended the "'O'I,, f Patricia O'Neill at St. </hurch in Ortonville on or. 17. Mrs. Ray Schuelke vmited lbara Kanthak at the [t in Milbank on Monday . I today for more information. 00.l00raceville Branch Office [ 700N8 7294 or 800 450 7294 , l00#00,AgCountry, [ a V Far00wCeo,q00toSor,iaos I to River Falls, WI to visit their nephew Chad Randleman and his wife Brenda and their little girl Rachael. Late in the day the Randlemans returned to Minneapolis. On Sunday they attended a church service on the campus of Augsburg College. The Randlemans returned home to Ortonville late in the day on Sunday. Emily is planning on being home in Ortonville for a few days over the Thanksgiving holiday break. The first week-end of deer hunting on the 8th of Nov. Curt Rothi of Anoa and Harold Rothi of Otsego, visited John and Anna Rothi and went deer hunting. The week-end of Nov. 14th John and Anna Rothi spent the week-end with Curt and Linda Rothi and Jessica. Jim, Susan, and Taylor Leenerts of Holdingford, visited Joe and Dorothy Coubal on Saturday, Nov. 15th and Sunday, Nov. 16th. Jim is Joe and Dorothy's grandson. Taylor is Joe and Dorothy's great-granddaughter. Brenda Peterson and her granddaughter Aanika visited Joe and Dorothy Coubal on Wednesday, Nov. 19th. Alice Radermacher, chairmen of Christian Women's Club reported that there were three guests and 74 attending Christian Women's Club at Zion Lutheran Church on Tuesday, Nov. 18th. Myra Jean Schmeig of Rosen and her daughter Sister Myra of Crookston stopped in to visit Charles and Alice Radermacher on Wednesday, Nov. 19th. Jeanne Berg and Esther Mullins attended Christian Women's Club at Zion Lutheran Church on Tuesday, Nov. 18th. The inspirational speaker was Ann Henzlik of Chisago City. The music was provided by Kristi Delage of Ortonville. The special feature was a comedy impersonation of Victor Borge by Clarissa Gruenich of Dumont. The ladies enjoyed the program. The Fall Festival of Drama on Friday evening, Nov. 14th was Radermacher visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson. Tuesday, Nov. 18th Carlene Wittnebel and her son Doug visited Clifford and l,izzie ttanson and Alton Hanson. Wednesday, Nov. 19th Wanda Koepke and Harriet Kidman visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson And Alton ttanson. Tuesday, Nov. 18th Rev. Jon Marburger visited Clifford and Lizzie tlanson and Alton ltanson. Tuesday evening, Nov. 18th Steve and Nick Steuart had supper with Clifford and Lizzie ttanson and Alton Hanson. Ronnie Pinkert visited his mother Syl Pinkert. Lyle and Donna Christiansen of Morris were dinner guests of Esther Mullins on Wednesday, Nov. 19th. Clara Zeek visited Syl Pinkert. Jane and Oscar Streed entertained Ken and Jeanne Berg on Sunday night, Nov. 16th with dinner in honor of Jeanne's birthday. Jane and Jeanne go back to where they were classmates in Bemidji. Ken and Oscar are also natives of Bemidji. Oscar and Jane Streed attended a seventh grade choral concert in Willmar on Tuesday, Nov. 18th where their grandson Isaiah is a junior high student. Isiah was one of the featured soloists of which was a surprise to his family. Gladys Brehmer among others attended Christian Women's Club on Tuesday, Nov. 18th at Zion Lutheran Church. Gladys Brehmer among others went to the Senior Club at the Ortonville Senior Center on Wednesday, Nov. 19th. Wilt'red and Gen Adelman spent Sunday through Tuesday at Duane and Judi Adelman's at Lakeville and also attended the funeral of Judy's mother Jean Hoflnmn at Rollingstone. High bridge players at the Ortonville Senior Center Friday afternoon, Nov. 21st were Mel Ehlert and Gebbs ttolme. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. NEWER ENGLISH TUDOR... HOME SALE 550 NORTH PARK AVE. ORTONVILLE, MN Two bedroom, lower level family room with fireplace Two fireplaces, central air, three-season porch Single attached garage and detached double garage New Roof New Furnace Aluminum Siding For Viewing Appointment Call Dr. Charles Nolop at 952-474-9946 WAYZATA, MINNESOTA oV,' Nov. 25, 2003 INDEPENDENT Page 5b