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 7 / ( t ],; &apos; G STONE CITY STAMP DESIGN WINNERS. Micaela Rausch, left, (fourth grade) and Ashley Athey grade) are winners of a stamp design contest held for the third and fourth grade students at Big Stone Greg Strobel, BSC Postmaster, recently visited the Big Stone School and talked to the two about stamp collecting. gham/Louisburg By Clarissa Sorenson, Phone 568-2204 was not present Community day drawing afternoon, Dec. 1st when was called for $60. On Dec. 8 the drawing will and Mrs. Maurice and Colby, Lynn Dyke, Bryan Rakow and Craig Were Thanksgiving dinner and )n guests of Lawrence and Schake and Gladys Schake dinner and supper their sister, Elda Bjork and Margaret at Redwood Falls. dinner and supper guests arie Hovel and son Tim of :o. They returned home evening. Vant Hull of St. Louis Park until Saturday at the home. giving Day dinner guests at and Fran Trygestad's home and Becky Trygestad )ns, Blake and Grant of , Nell and friend Amy of Preston Mork, Woody and and Pearl Pederson alndff Buek Skotstad:.funerat afternoon at the Trinity Church. ',line Rudnick spent at the Larry Rudnick Day guests at the home were Mr. and Gloege, Mr. and Mrs. Gioege and Brooke of Diane Bakker of Grainte and Brent Gloege of SD, Mr. and Mrs. Steven of Glencoe. Day, Minnie was a dinner guest a] the home at Madison. afternoon, Nov. 26th, Ninneman and Warren of Ortonville were visitors guests of Hilda Day, Earl and were guests of Don Van Hour at Big Stone :sgiving Day guests at the Tom and Lynette Nelson and Pam Breene, gan, Fay Dearreau WI, Linda Vant Hull and Mrs. Lloyd Larsen spent to Friday of Thanksgiving at the Dave and Janice Dale home in Minnetonka. Thanksgiving Day guests at the Bertha Johnson home in Canby were Winifred Giese, Eldora Ochsendorf and Viola Wold of Dawson, Martha Jones of Milbank, Bill and Minnie Giese. Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Karels, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ohm of Bloomington attended the memorial service for Joanne Peet on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz hosted the Christmas Teachers Party on Thursday evening Dec. 2nd. Thanksgiving Day, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz entertained the following at the Myrtle Maatz home, Ruth Maatz of Edina, Allison Maatz of Bemidji, Adam Maatz of St. Cloud, Dave and Amy Maatz of Maple Grove, Daren Maatz of Willmar and Myrtle Maatz. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson were dinner guests on Sunday, Nov. 28th at Byron Overbys at Wilmot, SD. Lud and Helen Rognlien went to Maple Grove for Thanksgiving with Cindy and Steve Sylvers and sons. The Bramer family from Grand Rapids with their five children also attended. After all the festivities all retired to their downstairs family room' Ibr et Cltristas party, tree and all. On Friday, Lud and Helen spent the evening with Dave and Kathy Rognlien at the Edenborough Country Club in Brooklyn Park. Friday evening Nov. 26th visitors and over night guests of Earl and Margaret Schake were Wes and Carol Washek of Henning, and her daughter, Shanna and Darrick of Henning. Lyle and Karen Schake, Orville and Martha Schake, Howard and Lou Jean Schake, Marlys Kunde, Delton Sorenson, Margaret Klefsaas were evening coffee guest of Lucille Nelson following Thanksgiving services at St. Pauls Church. Donny and Marge Roiland visited Hilda Brehmer Saturday evening Nov. 27th and took Hilda out for supper. Thanksgiving the Lloyd Larsens were guests of Brett and Sue Dale in Maple Grove. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dahl of Minnetonka, Mr. and Mrs. Bart Dale, Taylor and Thomas of Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Becklin of Eagan, Germaine Senkbeil of Minnetonka, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Senkbeil of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Gropel, Aaron and Mackenzie of Phoenix, AZ. Thanksgiving Day guests at the Mannie Karels home were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brandt of Willmar, Jim and Dee Ohm of Bloomington, Dick and Sue Ohm, Quentin Ohm of Montevideo, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Eddy, April, Tony and Aaron, Jim and Dee were also weekend guests at the Karels home. Dec. 3rd, Friday afternoon, Marion Maatz hosted the neighborhood cookie exchange. Lucille Nelson, Linda Vant Hull attended the 50th wedding annviersary open house of Ken and Delores Tosel held at the Appleton VPN on Friday evening, Nov. 26th. Eileen Weber, Dorothy Weber, Luella Anderson of Madison, Carol Andreason and Clarence Hiepler visited Laverne Weber at Anoka on Tuesday, Nov. 30th. Thanksgiving evening, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz and Daren visited with Edna Boldenow at Appleton. Weekend visitors at the Mannie Karels home were Mr. and Mrs. Ron Larson and Ryan Larson of Bloomington. Marion, Dawn, Kali and Kara Maatz attended the Christmas Carol at the Guthrie Theater in the Cities in the Cities on Friday evening Nov. 26th. Thanksgiving guests at the Alfred and Barb Borgerson home were Lori, Randy and Nicole Cox of Apple Valley who spent Wednesday night to Friday. Keith and Sue Borgerson and family of Lakeville spent Thursday to Saturday. Craig and Coralie Meyer and family of Brookings, SD spent Thursday to Friday night. Weekend Nov. 26, 27, 28th visitors at the Melvin Maatz home were Chris Maki of Blaine, Dion Wagner of Blaine, Martin Syverson of Coon Rapids and Daren Maatz of Willmar. Saturday, Nov. 27th visitors at the Mannie Karels home were Jeff and Cheryl Plathe of Willmar, Marion Bloom of Willmar, Laura Plathe and friend Brad of Marshall. Thanksgiving Day, Dorothy Weber was among relatives guests at the Larry Weber home. Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz and Daren visited Edna Boldenow of Appleton. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Ned Gloege home were Glenda Reinke and David Hofhenke. Saturday afternoon Ramona and Mary Tilbury and Barbara Borgerson attended the funeral of John Kriese of Marietta. Wednesday morning Dec. 1st, Brunch guest at the home of Elwood and Eileen Sather of Madison were Lois Thomson, Carol Bergerson, Ihla Thomson, Lorraine Sorenson, Lucilee Larson, Arlene Maas, Maryls Radermacher of Montevideo, Carol MinncsotaValues. c<x00.Neighbors. Good Friends. Coverage. 1993 Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Minnesota seniors know who they can trust. An old friend. A good neighbor. And when it comes to health cover- age, for sixty years they've relied on Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota. Blue Cross offers you a wide range of medi- care supplements, including their Basic Medicare Select Plan, Senior Gold. They offer the state's largest physician net- ffork, to help you keep the ..... doctor you know and trust. Worldwide coverage that won't let you down when you travel. Paperless claims to keep your coverage simple. And special- ized senior service teams that are always there to help you with questions. It coverage you can count on, all at an affordable price, too. For more information, contact the local agent listed below. R TOMI.OAK; 21 Southeast Second Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-3928 BlueCro, BlueSldeld of Minnesota A member of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Asociation, an association Of Independent Blue Cross and Blue Shield pinna Registered Illtlrks o[the Blue Cro, and Blue Shield Association Olson. Tuesday afternoon visitors at Ned Gloeges was Michael Gloege. Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson visited Myrtle Kittelson at the Wally Kittelson home at Montevideo. Sunday afternoon Steve and Sandy Karels of Milbank, John and Dulci Becker of Minnetonka visited at the Mannie Karels home. Thanksgiving weekend visitors at the Wally and Lois Larson home were Brent Larson and Lyle Sorenson of Alexandria, Ron and Joleen Van Hoorn and Lucas of Milbank, Darrin Larson of St. Cloud. Lois Larson attended the Madison Lutheran Home Dietary Christmas party on Tuesday night, Nov. 20th at the home of Donna Anderson at Madison. Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the Richard Borgerson home were: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Klefsaas and family, Margaret Klefsaas, David Borgerson, Leonard Kerkaert and Michael. Afternoon guests were Mrs. David Borgerson, Jill Kerkaert of St. Cloud, Matt Aamot of Alexandria and David Heirigs of Ortonville. The WELCA of St. Pauls Church met Thursday afternoon, Dec. 2nd with Carol Olson, Carol Mangel, Sandra Hanson, Margaret Klefsaas, Diane Dybevik, Clarissa Sorenson and Lucille Nelson attending. The Business meeting was held with President Sandra Hanson presiding. The Bible Study followed and led by Margaret Klefsaas. Their was a potluck Christmas party and gifts exchanged and lunch enjoyed by all. Thanksgiving day guests of Todd and Kathie Fink were Stacey Fink of Willmar and friend Wayatt Bonnema of Willmar, Kristin Fink of Moorhead, Chad Fink of Delano, Mark, Linda, Ryan and Katie Schlieman of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schlieman of Appleton, John Schriver, Sue Arnold, Jacob and Christopher of Alexandria. Stacey and Wayatt, Kristin and Chad all spent the weekend also at the Fink home. Paul and Carol Lund went on a bus tour to Branson, MI, on Friday, Nov. 26th and spent to Nov. 30th. Abbey and J.R. Johnson were home for Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving guests of Gordon and Joyce Letrud were Gary I,etrud, the Rick Johnson family, Judy and Dan Dallman and boys. Lyle Sorenson of Alexandria was a Sunday afternoon visitor of Elmo and Lorriane Sorenson. Tom and Barb Schmieg and family of Des Moine, IA, spent Thursday Thanksgiving Day to Sunday, Nov. 28th at the Don and Ella Thomson home. Peggy Dittes and family of Montevideo were also Thanksgiving guests. The Tom Letrud family were Thanksgiving guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manly Owen at South Shore, SD. Thanksgiving Day guests of Spencer and Marilynn Jensen were Steve and Jodi Jensen, Sheri Laechelt, Dana and Tara and Susan Jensen and Bill Cowden of Marshall, Alvin Jensen and Woody Heyer of Madison. Wednesday evening, Dec. 1st, Gladys Hastad and Carol Lund attended the Lori Line Concert at Watertown, SD. Gordon Letrud and Terry Johnson left on Thursday morning, Dec. 2nd to visit Ruby Nelson at Dresser, WI. Susan Jensen and Bill Cowden were Wednesday overnight guests at the Spencer Jensen home. KBHL 103.9 KIIHZ 91.9 KCGN 101.5 Join us for all the warmth & joy this season has to offer! Home For The Holidays oin us on Praise FM KBHL 103.9 FM Osakis, M3V KBHZ 91.9 FM Willmar, MN KC3V 101.5 FM Milbank, SD Schaeffer Specialized Lubricants phone 888-609-7796 E 22 WIN $10,000 CASH PLUSOUR $25, GRAND P I Lots of easy ways to qualify. Weekday Cash drawings every Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday for S200 to SS00 and entry for the Grand Prize. Grand Prize drawings December 22rid starting at 6pro for a total of Sl0,000 and the S2S,000 Grand Prize. Competitive Blackjack Thursdays pt Thanksgiving starts at 6pro, tournament starts at 7pro drink coupon for entrants & complimentary hors d'oeuvres We're Giving Away SlOOO Every Friday[ Simply showyour Club Card for 1 free entry Cash drawings at 8 for S200, 9 for S300 and 10pro for S500 Last Millennium Fever party December 17th - NEW LAW: No one under the age of 21 may gamble in the state of North Dakota, except individuals between the ages of 18 and 21 who are on active military duty and possess a valid military ID. Dec. 14, 1999  INDEPENDENT Page 3b  7 / ( t ],; ' G STONE CITY STAMP DESIGN WINNERS. Micaela Rausch, left, (fourth grade) and Ashley Athey grade) are winners of a stamp design contest held for the third and fourth grade students at Big Stone Greg Strobel, BSC Postmaster, recently visited the Big Stone School and talked to the two about stamp collecting. gham/Louisburg By Clarissa Sorenson, Phone 568-2204 was not present Community day drawing afternoon, Dec. 1st when was called for $60. On Dec. 8 the drawing will and Mrs. Maurice and Colby, Lynn Dyke, Bryan Rakow and Craig Were Thanksgiving dinner and )n guests of Lawrence and Schake and Gladys Schake dinner and supper their sister, Elda Bjork and Margaret at Redwood Falls. dinner and supper guests arie Hovel and son Tim of :o. They returned home evening. Vant Hull of St. Louis Park until Saturday at the home. giving Day dinner guests at and Fran Trygestad's home and Becky Trygestad )ns, Blake and Grant of , Nell and friend Amy of Preston Mork, Woody and and Pearl Pederson alndff Buek Skotstad:.funerat afternoon at the Trinity Church. ',line Rudnick spent at the Larry Rudnick Day guests at the home were Mr. and Gloege, Mr. and Mrs. Gioege and Brooke of Diane Bakker of Grainte and Brent Gloege of SD, Mr. and Mrs. Steven of Glencoe. Day, Minnie was a dinner guest a] the home at Madison. afternoon, Nov. 26th, Ninneman and Warren of Ortonville were visitors guests of Hilda Day, Earl and were guests of Don Van Hour at Big Stone :sgiving Day guests at the Tom and Lynette Nelson and Pam Breene, gan, Fay Dearreau WI, Linda Vant Hull and Mrs. Lloyd Larsen spent to Friday of Thanksgiving at the Dave and Janice Dale home in Minnetonka. Thanksgiving Day guests at the Bertha Johnson home in Canby were Winifred Giese, Eldora Ochsendorf and Viola Wold of Dawson, Martha Jones of Milbank, Bill and Minnie Giese. Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Karels, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ohm of Bloomington attended the memorial service for Joanne Peet on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz hosted the Christmas Teachers Party on Thursday evening Dec. 2nd. Thanksgiving Day, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz entertained the following at the Myrtle Maatz home, Ruth Maatz of Edina, Allison Maatz of Bemidji, Adam Maatz of St. Cloud, Dave and Amy Maatz of Maple Grove, Daren Maatz of Willmar and Myrtle Maatz. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson were dinner guests on Sunday, Nov. 28th at Byron Overbys at Wilmot, SD. Lud and Helen Rognlien went to Maple Grove for Thanksgiving with Cindy and Steve Sylvers and sons. The Bramer family from Grand Rapids with their five children also attended. After all the festivities all retired to their downstairs family room' Ibr et Cltristas party, tree and all. On Friday, Lud and Helen spent the evening with Dave and Kathy Rognlien at the Edenborough Country Club in Brooklyn Park. Friday evening Nov. 26th visitors and over night guests of Earl and Margaret Schake were Wes and Carol Washek of Henning, and her daughter, Shanna and Darrick of Henning. Lyle and Karen Schake, Orville and Martha Schake, Howard and Lou Jean Schake, Marlys Kunde, Delton Sorenson, Margaret Klefsaas were evening coffee guest of Lucille Nelson following Thanksgiving services at St. Pauls Church. Donny and Marge Roiland visited Hilda Brehmer Saturday evening Nov. 27th and took Hilda out for supper. Thanksgiving the Lloyd Larsens were guests of Brett and Sue Dale in Maple Grove. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dahl of Minnetonka, Mr. and Mrs. Bart Dale, Taylor and Thomas of Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Becklin of Eagan, Germaine Senkbeil of Minnetonka, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Senkbeil of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Gropel, Aaron and Mackenzie of Phoenix, AZ. Thanksgiving Day guests at the Mannie Karels home were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brandt of Willmar, Jim and Dee Ohm of Bloomington, Dick and Sue Ohm, Quentin Ohm of Montevideo, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Eddy, April, Tony and Aaron, Jim and Dee were also weekend guests at the Karels home. Dec. 3rd, Friday afternoon, Marion Maatz hosted the neighborhood cookie exchange. Lucille Nelson, Linda Vant Hull attended the 50th wedding annviersary open house of Ken and Delores Tosel held at the Appleton VPN on Friday evening, Nov. 26th. Eileen Weber, Dorothy Weber, Luella Anderson of Madison, Carol Andreason and Clarence Hiepler visited Laverne Weber at Anoka on Tuesday, Nov. 30th. Thanksgiving evening, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz and Daren visited with Edna Boldenow at Appleton. Weekend visitors at the Mannie Karels home were Mr. and Mrs. Ron Larson and Ryan Larson of Bloomington. Marion, Dawn, Kali and Kara Maatz attended the Christmas Carol at the Guthrie Theater in the Cities in the Cities on Friday evening Nov. 26th. Thanksgiving guests at the Alfred and Barb Borgerson home were Lori, Randy and Nicole Cox of Apple Valley who spent Wednesday night to Friday. Keith and Sue Borgerson and family of Lakeville spent Thursday to Saturday. Craig and Coralie Meyer and family of Brookings, SD spent Thursday to Friday night. Weekend Nov. 26, 27, 28th visitors at the Melvin Maatz home were Chris Maki of Blaine, Dion Wagner of Blaine, Martin Syverson of Coon Rapids and Daren Maatz of Willmar. Saturday, Nov. 27th visitors at the Mannie Karels home were Jeff and Cheryl Plathe of Willmar, Marion Bloom of Willmar, Laura Plathe and friend Brad of Marshall. Thanksgiving Day, Dorothy Weber was among relatives guests at the Larry Weber home. Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz and Daren visited Edna Boldenow of Appleton. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Ned Gloege home were Glenda Reinke and David Hofhenke. Saturday afternoon Ramona and Mary Tilbury and Barbara Borgerson attended the funeral of John Kriese of Marietta. Wednesday morning Dec. 1st, Brunch guest at the home of Elwood and Eileen Sather of Madison were Lois Thomson, Carol Bergerson, Ihla Thomson, Lorraine Sorenson, Lucilee Larson, Arlene Maas, Maryls Radermacher of Montevideo, Carol MinncsotaValues. c<x00.Neighbors. Good Friends. Coverage. 1993 Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Minnesota seniors know who they can trust. An old friend. A good neighbor. And when it comes to health cover- age, for sixty years they've relied on Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota. Blue Cross offers you a wide range of medi- care supplements, including their Basic Medicare Select Plan, Senior Gold. They offer the state's largest physician net- ffork, to help you keep the ..... doctor you know and trust. Worldwide coverage that won't let you down when you travel. Paperless claims to keep your coverage simple. And special- ized senior service teams that are always there to help you with questions. It coverage you can count on, all at an affordable price, too. For more information, contact the local agent listed below. R TOMI.OAK; 21 Southeast Second Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-3928 BlueCro, BlueSldeld of Minnesota A member of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Asociation, an association Of Independent Blue Cross and Blue Shield pinna Registered Illtlrks o[the Blue Cro, and Blue Shield Association Olson. Tuesday afternoon visitors at Ned Gloeges was Michael Gloege. Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgerson visited Myrtle Kittelson at the Wally Kittelson home at Montevideo. Sunday afternoon Steve and Sandy Karels of Milbank, John and Dulci Becker of Minnetonka visited at the Mannie Karels home. Thanksgiving weekend visitors at the Wally and Lois Larson home were Brent Larson and Lyle Sorenson of Alexandria, Ron and Joleen Van Hoorn and Lucas of Milbank, Darrin Larson of St. Cloud. Lois Larson attended the Madison Lutheran Home Dietary Christmas party on Tuesday night, Nov. 20th at the home of Donna Anderson at Madison. Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the Richard Borgerson home were: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Klefsaas and family, Margaret Klefsaas, David Borgerson, Leonard Kerkaert and Michael. Afternoon guests were Mrs. David Borgerson, Jill Kerkaert of St. Cloud, Matt Aamot of Alexandria and David Heirigs of Ortonville. The WELCA of St. Pauls Church met Thursday afternoon, Dec. 2nd with Carol Olson, Carol Mangel, Sandra Hanson, Margaret Klefsaas, Diane Dybevik, Clarissa Sorenson and Lucille Nelson attending. The Business meeting was held with President Sandra Hanson presiding. The Bible Study followed and led by Margaret Klefsaas. Their was a potluck Christmas party and gifts exchanged and lunch enjoyed by all. Thanksgiving day guests of Todd and Kathie Fink were Stacey Fink of Willmar and friend Wayatt Bonnema of Willmar, Kristin Fink of Moorhead, Chad Fink of Delano, Mark, Linda, Ryan and Katie Schlieman of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schlieman of Appleton, John Schriver, Sue Arnold, Jacob and Christopher of Alexandria. Stacey and Wayatt, Kristin and Chad all spent the weekend also at the Fink home. Paul and Carol Lund went on a bus tour to Branson, MI, on Friday, Nov. 26th and spent to Nov. 30th. Abbey and J.R. Johnson were home for Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving guests of Gordon and Joyce Letrud were Gary I,etrud, the Rick Johnson family, Judy and Dan Dallman and boys. Lyle Sorenson of Alexandria was a Sunday afternoon visitor of Elmo and Lorriane Sorenson. Tom and Barb Schmieg and family of Des Moine, IA, spent Thursday Thanksgiving Day to Sunday, Nov. 28th at the Don and Ella Thomson home. Peggy Dittes and family of Montevideo were also Thanksgiving guests. The Tom Letrud family were Thanksgiving guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manly Owen at South Shore, SD. Thanksgiving Day guests of Spencer and Marilynn Jensen were Steve and Jodi Jensen, Sheri Laechelt, Dana and Tara and Susan Jensen and Bill Cowden of Marshall, Alvin Jensen and Woody Heyer of Madison. Wednesday evening, Dec. 1st, Gladys Hastad and Carol Lund attended the Lori Line Concert at Watertown, SD. Gordon Letrud and Terry Johnson left on Thursday morning, Dec. 2nd to visit Ruby Nelson at Dresser, WI. Susan Jensen and Bill Cowden were Wednesday overnight guests at the Spencer Jensen home. KBHL 103.9 KIIHZ 91.9 KCGN 101.5 Join us for all the warmth & joy this season has to offer! Home For The Holidays oin us on Praise FM KBHL 103.9 FM Osakis, M3V KBHZ 91.9 FM Willmar, MN KC3V 101.5 FM Milbank, SD Schaeffer Specialized Lubricants phone 888-609-7796 E 22 WIN $10,000 CASH PLUSOUR $25, GRAND P I Lots of easy ways to qualify. Weekday Cash drawings every Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday for S200 to SS00 and entry for the Grand Prize. Grand Prize drawings December 22rid starting at 6pro for a total of Sl0,000 and the S2S,000 Grand Prize. Competitive Blackjack Thursdays pt Thanksgiving starts at 6pro, tournament starts at 7pro drink coupon for entrants & complimentary hors d'oeuvres We're Giving Away SlOOO Every Friday[ Simply showyour Club Card for 1 free entry Cash drawings at 8 for S200, 9 for S300 and 10pro for S500 Last Millennium Fever party December 17th - NEW LAW: No one under the age of 21 may gamble in the state of North Dakota, except individuals between the ages of 18 and 21 who are on active military duty and possess a valid military ID. Dec. 14, 1999  INDEPENDENT Page 3b