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2C Off ()n Entire Stock Includes shoes for entire family / P Boots, Slippers, Athletic Shoes, Dress, Casuals & More Tuesday, Dec. 1 thru Sunday, Dec. 20 HOURS FOR DEC. 1-12: Mon.-Fri. 9 to 5:30; Sat. 9 to 5 HOURS FOR DEC. 14-23: Mon.-Fri. 9 to 8; Sat. 9 to 5; Sun. 1 to 4 Make KoroU's Your Footwear Gift Headquarters *Gift Certificates *Gift Wrapping Visa, Mastercard & Discover *Use Our Layaway Plan Accepted KOROLL'00ES "You're the  of our Success/" Phone (320) 839-2867 - Ortonville, MN Discover, Visa & Mastercard Accepted =' t , Cl:y Athey and Tim Richards, both of Gail Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 [)ne City Round Table Club v. 24th at 7:30 p.m. at the of Loraine Nolting. Ten answered roll call. After a htsiness meeting, Kristi ff Iler gave a program Rrating on Party Lite candles they are made. The date will ar for the Christmas party. Itttlflrs will be notified by the ,_ ! I Club members are to bring a m [L'Change and three gag gifts. A ;  lunch was served by the Meeting adjourned. .,./Jr and Sis Torgerson were );living Day callers at the slyalley Nursing Home. Dennis .][1 from Watertown visited ,. is over the hohdays. ,"ine Schnaser and Dennis fl,dlll, giving Day supper guests jar_ and Brenda Neuman home IL -ve k Comero spent l_giving Day with Florence oridge. They enjoyed it t, "i L lLlgiving Day guests at the Paul and Liane Rausch .. Father Ray Otto, Sally .k, John Haggerty, Liane s =lq_Gerald and Jeanne Cloos, a  Becky Wellnitz and family ;,'_ _ son Eric is in the National aad was maable to be home), : l.ackie Van Lith and family, --""lk'qts from Brookings, and her t.lnrdon Weedmyer from 5,,g st). , afternoon, Nov. 27th Lizzy canoed to Idlewild Resort to her friend Sadie Norlin who - .JS]Lncraight at Lizzy's home. ,.---"l'-L1te, Barnhardt fell Nov. 18th at ,,, and broke her left leg. She is -ilaospitalized at the0nville ',iving Day guests a, the ,lga home were Mr. and Mrs. ,,glctr, on and Mandie and Jamie lHugh of Fairmount, ND; dl[Neison and fiance Ben of J==_, ND; Mr. and Mrs. Mark w':l - and Ryan and Brittany of IK r- and Mrs. Larry Morton and [0f Eden Prairie; Billy Voeltz, ' :LWatertown, SD; and Eldora =1 fd Grace Van Hout of Big id Pain Steinke and Noah p0giving Day dinner guests ll and Ronda TMelke and on Thursday. Russ and .14.Huizenga an(! Brett visited ; 1*,1 ql Pare Steinke on Thursday .; l"r P  Putzier of Nassau spent  .,'LNov. 26th and Friday, Nov. t ;ael_'.,agtae Evelyn Zahnow home. cfft='3'lanksgiving Day guests at ml Zahnows. Other guests of is itmluded Bob and Juanita ma and Mike Knodel of _=t_ltq, and Arvin and Jennifer r.7,100 ies  Parish in Big Stone ,00oi, ,oo ua, 00oo00io to -1-. Dec. 12th at 9 a.m. in ,ay, Nov. 19th Big Stone =aw, lt, lil E_ librarian Janelle Kelly ..Jd the studenL, to dress up as 'orite book character for ;'__ Education Week. Other .,.,m -' to celebrate American l ill Week included: Dream Day i,liabout what their dreams are, I" IY" all brought questions and old Compiled into a quiz with ,fes being the winner, and uas7-. " Y - students from different e paired up to read txx, to l lower grades. as program at Big Stone ill be held at 2:00 in the " aad 7:00 in the evening tm  Dec. 17th. The program .qoliday Wishes under the .Ms. Dog Ade wi. , presentations, skits, and 'gdL, rSue Sanchez of Ch ,,#lg) e Wednesday, No . !. ]g, Nov. 29th guests at the Bob "/ Onken. Ray Onken of " ! :nd Carol Brekke of . I!,.=. :,= _, were also Thanksgiving 1 ;. Carol stayed over until  00 ternoon, Nov. 27th. Guests 1 ! in during the holiday for re ! Cider were Steve and Matt [St. Paul, Ken and Aletta   of Ortonville, Kevin and of Big Stone, and Don, y, and Reid Nelson of e Scrabble hoard and 0- ." got a lot of use. !' Lynette Athey, Michael 2 of Casper. WY, spent from  to Sunday with Elmer and Athey and family. Also = Wednesday were Cheryl Sioux Falls, SD. Also joining them for Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday at the Athey home were Kristine Athey of Sioux Falls, Don Tillman of Corona, SD, Chad Tillman of Sturgis, SD, Brock and Wendy Tillman and Vincent of Willmar, MN, Father Bob Goblirsch of Ortonville, Fran Benkofske and Dorothy Tillman of Big Stone City. Getting together for supper on Saturday evening at the Athey home were Sean, Lynette, Forest and Michael, Duane and JoAnn fillman of Milbank, SD, Kari Tillman also of Milbank, Don Tillman, Chad "fillman, Brock and Wendy Tillman and Vincent. Later in the evening, they were joined by Fran Benkofske and Dorothy Tillman. New booklet may help sleepless ones Research has shown that ne;vly 40 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders, costing them an estimated 16 billion dollars in health care costs annually. In 1997 the average American got 243 hours less sleep per year than the average American in 1969. " The Sleep Research Institute in Washington, DC has published a booklet, "Getting The Sleep You Need." The b(xklet gives information and suggestions on what to do when you can't sleep. "Many people have trouble sleeping and don't know where to turn for help," ys }leather Kerrigan, Director of The Institute. "We've published a booklet that can help them with their situation." Consumers can receive a copy by sending $5 to cover the cost of postage and handling to: Regional Fulfillment Center, Sleep Booklet #:SL-950, 2124 Broadway #104, New York, NY 10023. Consumers can also get this inlk)rmation from The lnstitute's lnternet web site: www.instit ute-dc.org. 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