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 " Noah, Pat Thompson, Matthew Eileen Sather home at Madison were old days in the Ortonville area Thompson, Amanda Hastad and Jack IhlaThomson, LorraineSorenson, Vestal of Kent, WA. Lucille Nelson, Arlene Mane, Carol "llae Faith Circle met at the church Bergerson, Lois Thomson, Carol &apos; ' : " t Thursday afternoon Dec. 2nd, with Olson, and Marlys Radermacher of :.z. ...... h s ........ recewed" ..... - a Superior ratmg .... ........ - ""  seven__l 1 membersl FOrAwaynap.noattending.one thoughtRUth thatMntevide'JeSUSlike Hanson led the Bible Study and Ihla Steve and Jodi Jensen were '7;": ; ...tn ,, Thomson, Laura Kittleson and Edith amoang other relatives at the Alan and Thomson were the hostesses and Pat Walgrave home at Madison on served the lunch. Saturday, Nov. 27th for their Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at Thanksgiving.  : ....... ,' ir,/., the Charles Thomson home were The Mike Wellnitz family were Becky and Mike May and family of Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Pat t |   I!# of Chanhassen and the Dennis afternoon they were Thanksgiving ?' ii ,..  Aitkin, RachaeiGalarneauandfamily Ward home in Nassau. Laterinthe Thomson family. They also all visited visitors at the Fred and Brenda 1 L i! !)!'  DOWN homeovertheweekend.attheCharles andDennisThomson WellnitzhomeinMontevideo. Wednesday morning Dec. let CLASSIFIED ADS BRINO brunch guests at the Elwood and QUICK RESULT5 MEMORY'S I   !::(:Y'!ii firemen and scores of towns- l lll blR l <  I  :![' :I::;:: i Irene Eystad and Chfford  !11 P"', o,,'-I,,M . .. .!:  iii :: : Lon worth were united in mar- II /  k::: ridge Monday afternoon by il N/gxmal I k     [ i:!i;; Rev Thompson of Clinton. !  I  :': ' :ii:7:::: The following births ere 1[ " 3 | 1  . recorded at the Ortonville /  <; - Hospital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. I   : !:7: Curtis Olson of Clinton, a boy : ;i{  !::!!: i to Mr. and Mrs. George Novak I[ l i  :::L<: !:. i::  of Odessa and a boy to Mr. and l ,dMEMBER THE "BIG G" PARTIES, hosted b Ortonville's Vince Ste ner The events were stat, ed f-- Mrs. Rueben Rosenwald of [ , [ .Y . g " .. . o " Ortonviile. I Twas the night Jesus came and all through .1 I years during the fall, serving as fund-ra,sers, for the. new nme-hole.adddlon to Ortonwlle's golf "Big G" meant Golfing, Goose hunting and Good times, and the parties drew hundreds of visitors. 70YEARS AGO  the house  above, taken in the CenBank lobby and printed in full color in an Independent of 1974, shows an E-Z Dec. 12, 1929  Not a person was praying, not one in the JCart raffled off at the party that year. Principals helping run the show that year, left to right, are the H.O. Hanson has purchased  house. | Rorm Tangen, Paul Giel, Gopher All-American and U of M Athletic Director at the time, Vince the Ortonville Hardware of  The Bibles were left on the shelf without er, E-Z-Go dealer then, and Mike Hunt, standout gridder for OHS, the U of M and later the Green L.A. Reynolds and will take ackers. Those were the days, eh? possession on Monday. _ _  care, | I - . A dem was compmteo tlais i 10 ylAR. AGO Mrs. Peter Waller of Ortonville the Farmer magazine, week whereby the Red Owl would come E there. l De. 20 71989 and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Stores became the owner of the  The children were dressing to crawl into | ' Robert Laskowske of Big 50 YEARS AGO building where the Ortonville ..... Stone City Dec 29, 1949 store is located J P Peterson is  bed, ,,,,,titne lake shoreline at. tide, onn" " aparrow " will .... take the manager " '  Not once ever kneeling or bowing a head. i :.,! end of Big Stone LaKe _ over as --r n "" " ,. a ..... a ,_ ,i. c,;, ,.f 25 YEARS AGO O to w,e postmaster The Ortonville School was  And morn in her rocker with baby in her lap | L'"':-"':"- ..... , -.": " Dec 11, 1974 within a couple of weeks. He awarded the Cage tourney set ctn3ie .bY..Otterta"l(Wee r Dale Hertel, Coach of the will succeed acting postmaster for March 6-7 and 8  Was watching the Late Show while I took a l[ 1 ((erlail cilicia .... " lTt ....... , .r, .... t Ortonwlle TroJans, has been Chfford Wolner who wdl go John Beck has purchased 11 f.la't,,.,llU'llj'u"'il"v named District II coach of the back to his job as senior clerk, the Ortonville Electric Shop. [ levi' acce,ted *tlae' i'ftl"ana year in 1974. Claude Gowan will be a rural formerly the property of Barr  When out of the east there rose such a l |(t,.t. e ,. . .... ,, The third Kiwanis spon- mail carrier, and Creese. S.A. Barr will con- cJ,'.'""".? ......... t"": "" sored travel and adventure film All Ortonville store will be tinue to make his headquarters  clatter, lessP)l4n,wl,a wa ban will be shown this Thursday at closed Monday, January 2nd. in the shop and will sell flee-  I sprang to my feet to see what was the | ll {t'r",,"v"r."','l'v.ar the Orpheum Theater. An overtipped heater start- tric refrigerators and Elmer It matter. | 'Ttk " .--, -'-::'-.;'.--z 1974 Conservation Farm ed a fire at the Ortonville will become associated with line rergus rails mgn . to the window I flew a flash I >Jloo ....... family winners m traverse Power Plant and the flames his father in his business in Big tlR'?on varsity swlm team. " II Tore open the shutters and lifted the sashl | ""! is thP clanohtP.r nf Rrad county were Mr. and Mrs. were quickly put out by the Stone City. 15onna Iow'an'd ...... Robert Asfeld of Beardsley.  When what to my wondering eyes should "i . . ' ....... The New Christy Minstrels "- ilp_nrlstmas eve win marx - ,-... . . ,  appear I /50th anniversary of the and lne lexas ..owooys cno,r [ 1 ms COlumn sponsored m part vy ',lilt English Lutheran Church win de the main attractions / I ::_v:U^ when the new concert associa- | ------- [ But angels proclaiming that Jesus was here! | =,]'e Joh'nson was saluted, t.ion begins its first season next [ " -: .............   (320) 839-3820  The light of His face made me cover my | 'e employee of the week fall;.. ...... [ -- .-]  I | head ...... l e Ortonville Area Health . lne lg Stone m.l an(] ] --:- -:< "  ] ..... I 'lic water uonservation LlStnCt /  ] Hwv 75 Noah I  It was Jesus returning, just as He said. lTllefollowing births were  . . ..." . ". | i I Ortvi,e MN I - And though I possessed worldly wisdom d ...... vi'le [or their accompnsnments m i .... n  .... = i  and wealth, | r.uea at dne urton and Soil and Water Stewardship by k   OZltl ] I mu,: <, <,, < ...... .t I I cried when I saw Him in spite of myself. =it ., I In the Book of Life which He held in His hand aL , . ' heighten interest and assure different Although there are many reasons I Was written the name of every saved I LJ  viewpoints in covering a wide array of for the poor U.S. farm economy, one man. lilt_neigh rnort marketing topics, of the main ones is the collapse of the ll He spoke.not a word as He searched for my -,-,v,,,=,=,,,v,,,, ll" There is a registration fee of former Soviet Union, which resulted  name, ! I- , , , $250.00 for the 6-day workshop if in a decline in world grain trade, i When He said, .... It s not here' my head hung | ............... registration is completed by December World grain trade in wheat and 1[ Jn shame. jonn tmnnmgnam, i ne aster arKeter replicates a 12n, ..... "  .......... 31. After that date the fee will coarse grams more than doubled kuntyxtensionpjreet_or ccessmiprogram. starteamtoat $295.00. The fee covers the cost of the between 1972and 1990. Muchofthe  t,Zlaori-a.zT-z$111 texas a university, tJrower workshop and meals, recent decline in grain trade followed The people whose names had been written tr_J response to last year s program m " " the " x ................. For more mformatmn on the collapse of the former Soviet I1[ with love ,,'ru 5UttP_aJULP1) IvlanKaio was outstanding an(] ' " U " " . ro ram and regstratmn detads, monm1991. He gathered to take to His ,= producers are din to have rompted extension to offer t at three P g . Father above. .......... o,o00o coo=, you. 00ou.,y 00x,eo00,o. Uo,oo - - l,e.nt 9pportumty to Improve am_erent)ocauons tins y.ear. .,, , Office. Ask for the brochure on the China have been "huge , With those who were ready He rose without arketm skills throu h the The tmiowmg suojects wm De arke .g ..... g ............................ Master Marketer Program for disappointments' with their low levels I a sound t.astermmnesotaKeterMaster rrogram.Marketer a(]aresseU,arKenngUt..nng otwo-uaY.strategiesSeSsmn.S.usmg complete ...... details on tooics covered and of grain imports. There s a changing l While all the rest were left standing around. I[ ,,,nn - .  scheduled speakers mix of counmes m world gram trade, I I fell to knees, , which begins January 5, at Futures an uptions ." " my but it ia wl .................... Minnesota agriculture has much at and the future of world trade was too late; ,Tu.ay ran, wmmar, Is six clays -ma.nciat an.a I.;asn mow.t'lanmng stake in trade talks expansion in wheat depends heavily  I had walled too long and thus sealed mv tT_sive marketing traml.ng i or . -run.aamentai ann lecnmcai rrme Philip Raup, Agricultural on demand from Muslim countries.  fate. - i | I stood and I cried as they rose out of sight; Oh, if only I'd known that this was the night, i In the words of this poem the meaning is I | clear; Ei | The coming of Jesus is now drawing near. vt I There's only one life and when comes the It last call w 00)Rlr0100IVlLLE (AN COUNT OH US I We'll findthattheBiblewastrueafterall, i ! I I **'*'*"* i | The Bible says: "If you confess | l with your mouth the Lord Jesus, and | II I Ili'00i i if iii" , bellevein yourheartthatGodraised | I Him from the dead, you shaft be | saved." Romans 10:9 I i "It is by the name of Jesus Christ I s-e Imver-" n , , ,= ,i lii/ I I III .  111 It| of Nazareth...salvation is found in I I powerof partnership in I I I I I II / I I ' II ij 1 no i scurf River Energy Services. I ] 'l | one else, for there is no other name II Ill ll/l00 Ill "1! !! II | underheaven given tomenbywhich |' we must be saved. "Acts 4:10-12 ! ! Do not delay[ The Bible says we must: | I ' ,/I I II !! ,' REPENT of our sins, 11 reliable, ] / 1 [ [k !it i BELIEVE in Jesus Christ, | tlV citizen and business. I ...... ./ .o 1 tt , / : | : all in thistogether. I ,I ! and i lI  I ] [ , i i!:/ | FOLLOW Him. | i t, Ii [11 n Do,ttoday! I MISSOURI.. I i ' = i RIVER ' : : II I ,1111 II III . (The abovemessagefromtheTractLeague, Grand.Rapids, MIch., _I I sponsored by Shirley Beachem, 524 / I I I  i : I I II   |1 I Minnesota St., No., Ortonville, MN 56278.) II Y, Dec. 14,1999 INDEPENDENT Page 9b  " Noah, Pat Thompson, Matthew Eileen Sather home at Madison were old days in the Ortonville area Thompson, Amanda Hastad and Jack IhlaThomson, LorraineSorenson, Vestal of Kent, WA. Lucille Nelson, Arlene Mane, Carol "llae Faith Circle met at the church Bergerson, Lois Thomson, Carol ' ' : " t Thursday afternoon Dec. 2nd, with Olson, and Marlys Radermacher of :.z. ...... h s ........ recewed" ..... - a Superior ratmg .... ........ - ""  seven__l 1 membersl FOrAwaynap.noattending.one thoughtRUth thatMntevide'JeSUSlike Hanson led the Bible Study and Ihla Steve and Jodi Jensen were '7;": ; ...tn ,, Thomson, Laura Kittleson and Edith amoang other relatives at the Alan and Thomson were the hostesses and Pat Walgrave home at Madison on served the lunch. Saturday, Nov. 27th for their Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at Thanksgiving.  : ....... ,' ir,/., the Charles Thomson home were The Mike Wellnitz family were Becky and Mike May and family of Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Pat t |   I!# of Chanhassen and the Dennis afternoon they were Thanksgiving ?' ii ,..  Aitkin, RachaeiGalarneauandfamily Ward home in Nassau. Laterinthe Thomson family. They also all visited visitors at the Fred and Brenda 1 L i! !)!'  DOWN homeovertheweekend.attheCharles andDennisThomson WellnitzhomeinMontevideo. Wednesday morning Dec. let CLASSIFIED ADS BRINO brunch guests at the Elwood and QUICK RESULT5 MEMORY'S I   !::(:Y'!ii firemen and scores of towns- l lll blR l <  I  :![' :I::;:: i Irene Eystad and Chfford  !11 P"', o,,'-I,,M . .. .!:  iii :: : Lon worth were united in mar- II /  k::: ridge Monday afternoon by il N/gxmal I k     [ i:!i;; Rev Thompson of Clinton. !  I  :': ' :ii:7:::: The following births ere 1[ " 3 | 1  . recorded at the Ortonville /  <; - Hospital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. I   : !:7: Curtis Olson of Clinton, a boy : ;i{  !::!!: i to Mr. and Mrs. George Novak I[ l i  :::L<: !:. i::  of Odessa and a boy to Mr. and l ,dMEMBER THE "BIG G" PARTIES, hosted b Ortonville's Vince Ste ner The events were stat, ed f-- Mrs. Rueben Rosenwald of [ , [ .Y . g " .. . o " Ortonviile. I Twas the night Jesus came and all through .1 I years during the fall, serving as fund-ra,sers, for the. new nme-hole.adddlon to Ortonwlle's golf "Big G" meant Golfing, Goose hunting and Good times, and the parties drew hundreds of visitors. 70YEARS AGO  the house  above, taken in the CenBank lobby and printed in full color in an Independent of 1974, shows an E-Z Dec. 12, 1929  Not a person was praying, not one in the JCart raffled off at the party that year. Principals helping run the show that year, left to right, are the H.O. Hanson has purchased  house. | Rorm Tangen, Paul Giel, Gopher All-American and U of M Athletic Director at the time, Vince the Ortonville Hardware of  The Bibles were left on the shelf without er, E-Z-Go dealer then, and Mike Hunt, standout gridder for OHS, the U of M and later the Green L.A. Reynolds and will take ackers. Those were the days, eh? possession on Monday. _ _  care, | I - . A dem was compmteo tlais i 10 ylAR. AGO Mrs. Peter Waller of Ortonville the Farmer magazine, week whereby the Red Owl would come E there. l De. 20 71989 and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Stores became the owner of the  The children were dressing to crawl into | ' Robert Laskowske of Big 50 YEARS AGO building where the Ortonville ..... Stone City Dec 29, 1949 store is located J P Peterson is  bed, ,,,,,titne lake shoreline at. tide, onn" " aparrow " will .... take the manager " '  Not once ever kneeling or bowing a head. i :.,! end of Big Stone LaKe _ over as --r n "" " ,. a ..... a ,_ ,i. c,;, ,.f 25 YEARS AGO O to w,e postmaster The Ortonville School was  And morn in her rocker with baby in her lap | L'"':-"':"- ..... , -.": " Dec 11, 1974 within a couple of weeks. He awarded the Cage tourney set ctn3ie .bY..Otterta"l(Wee r Dale Hertel, Coach of the will succeed acting postmaster for March 6-7 and 8  Was watching the Late Show while I took a l[ 1 ((erlail cilicia .... " lTt ....... , .r, .... t Ortonwlle TroJans, has been Chfford Wolner who wdl go John Beck has purchased 11 f.la't,,.,llU'llj'u"'il"v named District II coach of the back to his job as senior clerk, the Ortonville Electric Shop. [ levi' acce,ted *tlae' i'ftl"ana year in 1974. Claude Gowan will be a rural formerly the property of Barr  When out of the east there rose such a l |(t,.t. e ,. . .... ,, The third Kiwanis spon- mail carrier, and Creese. S.A. Barr will con- cJ,'.'""".? ......... t"": "" sored travel and adventure film All Ortonville store will be tinue to make his headquarters  clatter, lessP)l4n,wl,a wa ban will be shown this Thursday at closed Monday, January 2nd. in the shop and will sell flee-  I sprang to my feet to see what was the | ll {t'r",,"v"r."','l'v.ar the Orpheum Theater. An overtipped heater start- tric refrigerators and Elmer It matter. | 'Ttk " .--, -'-::'-.;'.--z 1974 Conservation Farm ed a fire at the Ortonville will become associated with line rergus rails mgn . to the window I flew a flash I >Jloo ....... family winners m traverse Power Plant and the flames his father in his business in Big tlR'?on varsity swlm team. " II Tore open the shutters and lifted the sashl | ""! is thP clanohtP.r nf Rrad county were Mr. and Mrs. were quickly put out by the Stone City. 15onna Iow'an'd ...... Robert Asfeld of Beardsley.  When what to my wondering eyes should "i . . ' ....... The New Christy Minstrels "- ilp_nrlstmas eve win marx - ,-... . . ,  appear I /50th anniversary of the and lne lexas ..owooys cno,r [ 1 ms COlumn sponsored m part vy ',lilt English Lutheran Church win de the main attractions / I ::_v:U^ when the new concert associa- | ------- [ But angels proclaiming that Jesus was here! | =,]'e Joh'nson was saluted, t.ion begins its first season next [ " -: .............   (320) 839-3820  The light of His face made me cover my | 'e employee of the week fall;.. ...... [ -- .-]  I | head ...... l e Ortonville Area Health . lne lg Stone m.l an(] ] --:- -:< "  ] ..... I 'lic water uonservation LlStnCt /  ] Hwv 75 Noah I  It was Jesus returning, just as He said. lTllefollowing births were  . . ..." . ". | i I Ortvi,e MN I - And though I possessed worldly wisdom d ...... vi'le [or their accompnsnments m i .... n  .... = i  and wealth, | r.uea at dne urton and Soil and Water Stewardship by k   OZltl ] I mu,: <, <,, < ...... .t I I cried when I saw Him in spite of myself. =it ., I In the Book of Life which He held in His hand aL , . ' heighten interest and assure different Although there are many reasons I Was written the name of every saved I LJ  viewpoints in covering a wide array of for the poor U.S. farm economy, one man. lilt_neigh rnort marketing topics, of the main ones is the collapse of the ll He spoke.not a word as He searched for my -,-,v,,,=,=,,,v,,,, ll" There is a registration fee of former Soviet Union, which resulted  name, ! I- , , , $250.00 for the 6-day workshop if in a decline in world grain trade, i When He said, .... It s not here' my head hung | ............... registration is completed by December World grain trade in wheat and 1[ Jn shame. jonn tmnnmgnam, i ne aster arKeter replicates a 12n, ..... "  .......... 31. After that date the fee will coarse grams more than doubled kuntyxtensionpjreet_or ccessmiprogram. starteamtoat $295.00. The fee covers the cost of the between 1972and 1990. Muchofthe  t,Zlaori-a.zT-z$111 texas a university, tJrower workshop and meals, recent decline in grain trade followed The people whose names had been written tr_J response to last year s program m " " the " x ................. For more mformatmn on the collapse of the former Soviet I1[ with love ,,'ru 5UttP_aJULP1) IvlanKaio was outstanding an(] ' " U " " . ro ram and regstratmn detads, monm1991. He gathered to take to His ,= producers are din to have rompted extension to offer t at three P g . Father above. .......... o,o00o coo=, you. 00ou.,y 00x,eo00,o. Uo,oo - - l,e.nt 9pportumty to Improve am_erent)ocauons tins y.ear. .,, , Office. Ask for the brochure on the China have been "huge , With those who were ready He rose without arketm skills throu h the The tmiowmg suojects wm De arke .g ..... g ............................ Master Marketer Program for disappointments' with their low levels I a sound t.astermmnesotaKeterMaster rrogram.Marketer a(]aresseU,arKenngUt..nng otwo-uaY.strategiesSeSsmn.S.usmg complete ...... details on tooics covered and of grain imports. There s a changing l While all the rest were left standing around. I[ ,,,nn - .  scheduled speakers mix of counmes m world gram trade, I I fell to knees, , which begins January 5, at Futures an uptions ." " my but it ia wl .................... Minnesota agriculture has much at and the future of world trade was too late; ,Tu.ay ran, wmmar, Is six clays -ma.nciat an.a I.;asn mow.t'lanmng stake in trade talks expansion in wheat depends heavily  I had walled too long and thus sealed mv tT_sive marketing traml.ng i or . -run.aamentai ann lecnmcai rrme Philip Raup, Agricultural on demand from Muslim countries.  fate. - i | I stood and I cried as they rose out of sight; Oh, if only I'd known that this was the night, i In the words of this poem the meaning is I | clear; Ei | The coming of Jesus is now drawing near. vt I There's only one life and when comes the It last call w 00)Rlr0100IVlLLE (AN COUNT OH US I We'll findthattheBiblewastrueafterall, i ! I I **'*'*"* i | The Bible says: "If you confess | l with your mouth the Lord Jesus, and | II I Ili'00i i if iii" , bellevein yourheartthatGodraised | I Him from the dead, you shaft be | saved." Romans 10:9 I i "It is by the name of Jesus Christ I s-e Imver-" n , , ,= ,i lii/ I I III .  111 It| of Nazareth...salvation is found in I I powerof partnership in I I I I I II / I I ' II ij 1 no i scurf River Energy Services. I ] 'l | one else, for there is no other name II Ill ll/l00 Ill "1! !! II | underheaven given tomenbywhich |' we must be saved. "Acts 4:10-12 ! ! Do not delay[ The Bible says we must: | I ' ,/I I II !! ,' REPENT of our sins, 11 reliable, ] / 1 [ [k !it i BELIEVE in Jesus Christ, | tlV citizen and business. I ...... ./ .o 1 tt , / : | : all in thistogether. I ,I ! and i lI  I ] [ , i i!:/ | FOLLOW Him. | i t, Ii [11 n Do,ttoday! I MISSOURI.. I i ' = i RIVER ' : : II I ,1111 II III . (The abovemessagefromtheTractLeague, Grand.Rapids, MIch., _I I sponsored by Shirley Beachem, 524 / I I I  i : I I II   |1 I Minnesota St., No., Ortonville, MN 56278.) II Y, Dec. 14,1999 INDEPENDENT Page 9b