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"Look for the lighthouse symbolizing safe, clean, affordable housing." ORTONVILLE PROPERTY PARTNERS ! Rentals from $275 - $600 i all Dianna at tonville Home Services 839"31 92 After hours call 320-839-2067 MN DIANNA COTTLE or 612-247-5948 JIM LARSON, OWNER Check out these 00!wly renovated homes rent In Ortonvllle! these homes have newer heating, alumbing and electrical work. They t, |,. e white walls, oak woodwork and ractive kitchens. The homes have ,,fn completely remodeled with new and refrigerators. Excellent t. Children and pets welcome. 510 JEFFERSON AVENUE Efficiency apartment, clean, quiet, garages. Attractive floor plan. 521 PARK AVENUE i |TWo to three bedroom home overlooks Neilsen ' Screened porch, hardwood floors, white walls, nice tchen and attached garage with automatic door. :, PACIFIC AVENUE lower house has two bedrooms, a new kitchen, :  [dow air conditioner, Vermont fireplace, washer and  dryer. Easy to live in. Appliances furnished. Extension Roselyn Biermaier Regional Extension Educator Food Science Yellow Medicine County 320/669-4471 During the holidays, your oven may be filled with a variety of foods and you may be looking for more room to do your food preparation. An electric roaster may be the appliance you use to roast your holiday bird or large roast. Generally, the cooking time and oven temperature setting are the same as for conventional cooking. NOTE: i i: If the electric roaster oven interior is dark, food could cook faster than in a light-colored interior just as any dark pan cooks food faster than a light or shiny pan in a conventional oven. 1. Place the removable liner into the roaster. ALWAYS use the liner when preparing food. NEVER place food directly in the roaster. 2. Preheating is recommended. To preheat, place the liner into the roaster and cover. Be sure the temperature control is in the OFF position or at the lowest setting. Plug the cord into a 120-volt outlet. Reset the temperature control to the desired temperature. Preheat 20 minutes or until the red light goes off. 3. When adding foods to the liner, use hot pads so you do not burn your hands. 4. If your roaster has a rack, use this for baking or fat-free roasting. Other foods such as meats, soups and stews are prepared without the rack. 5. ALWAYS cook with the cover in place. 6. Clean the roaster after it has cooled. Remove the cover, rack (if used) and liner. Wash in warm, sudsy Obituaries IIII Lee Elroy Luchsinger Word today from Luciile Luchsinger of Caney, KS, informs us of the death of her son, Lee. Her letter and obituary follows: ***** I lost my wonderful son Lee have been sick ever since, that's why it taken mso long tb wri'tethiS. " Being we used to live in Ortonville years ago, I thought maybe some would like to read about it. I am enclosing the obituary from the Kenewick newspaper, but would like to have it returned as I want to send it to my sisters, etc. I don't know how much your paper costs but I would like two copies. One for my last son Lorn and myself. He lives in Caney also. Lee had a heart attack, so was such a shock to everyone. My husband passed away eight years ago and my oldest son Lynn passed away two years ago. I will be 89 yrs old in Dec. so imagine I'm the next to go. Lee Elroy Luchsinger, Kennewick, WA., was born in Ortonville, Sep. 22, 1939, and passed away Sept. 17, 2003, Mary Lucille Hanratty Funeral Services for Mary Lucille Hanratty, 85, of Ortonville, were held Friday, Nov. 21, 2003 at St. John's Catholic Church in Ortonville. Interment was at the Graceville Cemetery. Mary Lucille Parker was born on Oct. 3, 1918 to parents, John and Anne (Mullin) Parker. On Aug. 25, 1941, Mary was united in marriage to Edmund J. Hanratty. Mary loved spending time with her kids, grandchildren, and great: grandchildren. She also enjoyed flowers, eating-out, and being with other people. Mary was preceded in death by her BES 3RD GRADE STUDENTS enjoy a treat they made in PFLS class. As part of a Fall Apple Unit, Mrs. Haugen, PFLS leacher, taught them how to make apple mice. Displaying their projects are: Standing, Kimberly Jacobsen, Michaela Radermacher, Amber Sorenson, Colton Brehmer, Jorden Roggenbuck, and Bryce Demcy. Sihing are Jonathon Hoffman, Carolyn Adelman, Elijah Larson, Cassie Sorenson, and Jordan Brehmer. water. To easily remove baked-on food, place the liner in the roaster and fill the liner with water. Cover and heat at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Turn off and allow to cool completely and wash in warm, sudsy water. Never immerse the master in water. When roasting a turkey in the roaster, keep these tips in mind: For best results, preheat the roaster to 400 degrees. Roast the turkey at 400 degrees for the first hour; reduce heat to 350 degrees and continue roasting. During the last hour of roasting, remove all juice from the liner and return the temperature to 400 degrees. A whole turkey that weighs 10 to 14 pounds will take approximately 15 to 20 minutes per pound to roast. Be sure to check the internal temperature with a meat in Kennewick Washington. Lee traveled the world extensively during his military service of 22 years, in the Army; he also worked at PW Pipe for 22 years. Lee was a resident of Yakima County for many years and raised his family there. Lee wathe type oPperson who enjoyed life to the fullest and appreciated the many friends he met through his years of working, traveling, fishing, dancing and horseshoe pitching. Lee was referred to as the "Yard Sale King" by the love of his life, Carol Dammarell, who also shared his interests. Lee was a humble, generous, kind, sensitive and caring man. tle was loved by his children, grandchildren, family and friends. Lee was preceded in death by his father LeRoy Luchsinger, along with his brother Lynn. This wonderful man is survived by his life mate Carol, sons Randy, Steve and Perry along with his mother, Lucille and brother Lorn. Lee also leaves behind his three grandchildren, Nicole, Shane and Zach. Lee will be greatly missed by all the lives that he has touched. There was a memorial service held for Lee at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2003 at the Church of the Nazarene, 2402 S. Union, Kennewick, WA. husband. Edmund Hanratty; and two sons, William and Joseph Hanratty. Survivors include seven children, Eileen (Richard) Voeltz of Shakopee, Gerald (Ann) Hanratty of Ortonville, Dan (Susan) Hanratty of Ortonville, Marie (John) Bergwal of Ortonville, Constance (Kent) Novak of Ortonville, Yvonne "Bonnie" (Thomas) Kindt of Ortonville, and John Hanratty of Ortonville; two sisters, Rose (Leon) Arola of Walker, and Jean Griffith of Texas; two brothers, Francis "Bud" Parker of California, and Robert Parker of Texas; 15 grandchildren; and seven great grandchildren. Independent Ads Get Noticed. (You're Reading This One Aren't You?) I Winter etawaF Speoial I | Close to Mall of America Free Shuttle Service to Airport & Mall of America I   1, Bloomington .a ,.. I , 00OS00ltamy I Inn e, Suites I I IloOn On/y Pad-and-Bit , -'---- s59- sne- I hllrflohl Illll - 651.454.1918 I I H01PlIIIIII - 952.854,1687 I ml I m*  mid 1 t I I I | *dvlnce reservations lqutred, plea,e rrntion oupo Pterllt coupon at :he;k.in aed o availability and l i. 2 L'"L'_'L "' " """ """ -'..." "-' o-"Z'L" 2"-. ''. _"_"L' - u thermometer or instant-read thermometer. The internal temperature should reach 180 degrees. Place the bird on the roaster oven rack so the bird is raised out of the juices that collect in the bottom of the oven liner. Leave the lid on throughout cooking, removing it as little as possible to avoid slowing the cooking process. For additional browning, add 1/2 teaspoon browning sauce to oil or margarine and brush over the skin before roasting. Cooking bags can be used in the roaster as long as the ba does not touch the sides, bottom or lid. Follow the directions given by the bag manufacturer and check to be sure the internal temperature reaches 180 degrees. If you have questions, contact me (Roselyn Biermaier, Regional Extension Educator-Food Science) at the Yellow Medicine County Extension Service (320-669-4471) or bierO05 @umn.edu. Roselyn Biermaier is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in Food Scienco which serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone and Traverse County. I See our Selection of Oak Deacon Benches *Singles *Doubles *Backless RCA DVD/VCR COMBO Reg. $229 IqllO! RCA FLAT SCREEN TV'S )URCE WHIRLPOOL REBATES can SAVE you up to $ I00 on select items I I I Name m I I l Address l l l I Phone i I I Registration Blank- Need not be pr_ese.ntto win_ m Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2003 Page 9b "Look for the lighthouse symbolizing safe, clean, affordable housing." ORTONVILLE PROPERTY PARTNERS ! Rentals from $275 - $600 i all Dianna at tonville Home Services 839"31 92 After hours call 320-839-2067 MN DIANNA COTTLE or 612-247-5948 JIM LARSON, OWNER Check out these 00!wly renovated homes rent In Ortonvllle! these homes have newer heating, alumbing and electrical work. They t, |,. e white walls, oak woodwork and ractive kitchens. The homes have ,,fn completely remodeled with new and refrigerators. Excellent t. Children and pets welcome. 510 JEFFERSON AVENUE Efficiency apartment, clean, quiet, garages. Attractive floor plan. 521 PARK AVENUE i |TWo to three bedroom home overlooks Neilsen ' Screened porch, hardwood floors, white walls, nice tchen and attached garage with automatic door. :, PACIFIC AVENUE lower house has two bedrooms, a new kitchen, :  [dow air conditioner, Vermont fireplace, washer and  dryer. Easy to live in. Appliances furnished. Extension Roselyn Biermaier Regional Extension Educator Food Science Yellow Medicine County 320/669-4471 During the holidays, your oven may be filled with a variety of foods and you may be looking for more room to do your food preparation. An electric roaster may be the appliance you use to roast your holiday bird or large roast. Generally, the cooking time and oven temperature setting are the same as for conventional cooking. NOTE: i i: If the electric roaster oven interior is dark, food could cook faster than in a light-colored interior just as any dark pan cooks food faster than a light or shiny pan in a conventional oven. 1. Place the removable liner into the roaster. ALWAYS use the liner when preparing food. NEVER place food directly in the roaster. 2. Preheating is recommended. To preheat, place the liner into the roaster and cover. Be sure the temperature control is in the OFF position or at the lowest setting. Plug the cord into a 120-volt outlet. Reset the temperature control to the desired temperature. Preheat 20 minutes or until the red light goes off. 3. When adding foods to the liner, use hot pads so you do not burn your hands. 4. If your roaster has a rack, use this for baking or fat-free roasting. Other foods such as meats, soups and stews are prepared without the rack. 5. ALWAYS cook with the cover in place. 6. Clean the roaster after it has cooled. Remove the cover, rack (if used) and liner. Wash in warm, sudsy Obituaries IIII Lee Elroy Luchsinger Word today from Luciile Luchsinger of Caney, KS, informs us of the death of her son, Lee. Her letter and obituary follows: ***** I lost my wonderful son Lee have been sick ever since, that's why it taken mso long tb wri'tethiS. " Being we used to live in Ortonville years ago, I thought maybe some would like to read about it. I am enclosing the obituary from the Kenewick newspaper, but would like to have it returned as I want to send it to my sisters, etc. I don't know how much your paper costs but I would like two copies. One for my last son Lorn and myself. He lives in Caney also. Lee had a heart attack, so was such a shock to everyone. My husband passed away eight years ago and my oldest son Lynn passed away two years ago. I will be 89 yrs old in Dec. so imagine I'm the next to go. Lee Elroy Luchsinger, Kennewick, WA., was born in Ortonville, Sep. 22, 1939, and passed away Sept. 17, 2003, Mary Lucille Hanratty Funeral Services for Mary Lucille Hanratty, 85, of Ortonville, were held Friday, Nov. 21, 2003 at St. John's Catholic Church in Ortonville. Interment was at the Graceville Cemetery. Mary Lucille Parker was born on Oct. 3, 1918 to parents, John and Anne (Mullin) Parker. On Aug. 25, 1941, Mary was united in marriage to Edmund J. Hanratty. Mary loved spending time with her kids, grandchildren, and great: grandchildren. She also enjoyed flowers, eating-out, and being with other people. Mary was preceded in death by her BES 3RD GRADE STUDENTS enjoy a treat they made in PFLS class. As part of a Fall Apple Unit, Mrs. Haugen, PFLS leacher, taught them how to make apple mice. Displaying their projects are: Standing, Kimberly Jacobsen, Michaela Radermacher, Amber Sorenson, Colton Brehmer, Jorden Roggenbuck, and Bryce Demcy. Sihing are Jonathon Hoffman, Carolyn Adelman, Elijah Larson, Cassie Sorenson, and Jordan Brehmer. water. To easily remove baked-on food, place the liner in the roaster and fill the liner with water. Cover and heat at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Turn off and allow to cool completely and wash in warm, sudsy water. Never immerse the master in water. When roasting a turkey in the roaster, keep these tips in mind: For best results, preheat the roaster to 400 degrees. Roast the turkey at 400 degrees for the first hour; reduce heat to 350 degrees and continue roasting. During the last hour of roasting, remove all juice from the liner and return the temperature to 400 degrees. A whole turkey that weighs 10 to 14 pounds will take approximately 15 to 20 minutes per pound to roast. Be sure to check the internal temperature with a meat in Kennewick Washington. Lee traveled the world extensively during his military service of 22 years, in the Army; he also worked at PW Pipe for 22 years. Lee was a resident of Yakima County for many years and raised his family there. Lee wathe type oPperson who enjoyed life to the fullest and appreciated the many friends he met through his years of working, traveling, fishing, dancing and horseshoe pitching. Lee was referred to as the "Yard Sale King" by the love of his life, Carol Dammarell, who also shared his interests. Lee was a humble, generous, kind, sensitive and caring man. tle was loved by his children, grandchildren, family and friends. Lee was preceded in death by his father LeRoy Luchsinger, along with his brother Lynn. This wonderful man is survived by his life mate Carol, sons Randy, Steve and Perry along with his mother, Lucille and brother Lorn. Lee also leaves behind his three grandchildren, Nicole, Shane and Zach. Lee will be greatly missed by all the lives that he has touched. There was a memorial service held for Lee at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2003 at the Church of the Nazarene, 2402 S. Union, Kennewick, WA. husband. Edmund Hanratty; and two sons, William and Joseph Hanratty. Survivors include seven children, Eileen (Richard) Voeltz of Shakopee, Gerald (Ann) Hanratty of Ortonville, Dan (Susan) Hanratty of Ortonville, Marie (John) Bergwal of Ortonville, Constance (Kent) Novak of Ortonville, Yvonne "Bonnie" (Thomas) Kindt of Ortonville, and John Hanratty of Ortonville; two sisters, Rose (Leon) Arola of Walker, and Jean Griffith of Texas; two brothers, Francis "Bud" Parker of California, and Robert Parker of Texas; 15 grandchildren; and seven great grandchildren. Independent Ads Get Noticed. (You're Reading This One Aren't You?) I Winter etawaF Speoial I | Close to Mall of America Free Shuttle Service to Airport & Mall of America I   1, Bloomington .a ,.. I , 00OS00ltamy I Inn e, Suites I I IloOn On/y Pad-and-Bit , -'---- s59- sne- I hllrflohl Illll - 651.454.1918 I I H01PlIIIIII - 952.854,1687 I ml I m*  mid 1 t I I I | *dvlnce reservations lqutred, plea,e rrntion oupo Pterllt coupon at :he;k.in aed o availability and l i. 2 L'"L'_'L "' " """ """ -'..." "-' o-"Z'L" 2"-. ''. _"_"L' - u thermometer or instant-read thermometer. The internal temperature should reach 180 degrees. Place the bird on the roaster oven rack so the bird is raised out of the juices that collect in the bottom of the oven liner. Leave the lid on throughout cooking, removing it as little as possible to avoid slowing the cooking process. For additional browning, add 1/2 teaspoon browning sauce to oil or margarine and brush over the skin before roasting. Cooking bags can be used in the roaster as long as the ba does not touch the sides, bottom or lid. Follow the directions given by the bag manufacturer and check to be sure the internal temperature reaches 180 degrees. If you have questions, contact me (Roselyn Biermaier, Regional Extension Educator-Food Science) at the Yellow Medicine County Extension Service (320-669-4471) or bierO05 @umn.edu. Roselyn Biermaier is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in Food Scienco which serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone and Traverse County. I See our Selection of Oak Deacon Benches *Singles *Doubles *Backless RCA DVD/VCR COMBO Reg. $229 IqllO! RCA FLAT SCREEN TV'S )URCE WHIRLPOOL REBATES can SAVE you up to $ I00 on select items I I I Name m I I l Address l l l I Phone i I I Registration Blank- Need not be pr_ese.ntto win_ m Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2003 Page 9b