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OHS LADY TROJAN BASKETBALL players, Caiflin Spors, left and Heidi Franzke scramble for ball against Dawson player. f Comfortable Reading " "Newspapers come into your home, almost like part of your family. You] greet them in your bathrobe, carry them into your breakfast room, lounge I with them in the den. They may be the only companions you actually take [ with you into the bathroom." ] - ASNE Bulletin, a publication produced by managing editoj/ Here Cpmes Christmas[ It's so easy to be of good cheer, For the day Is very nearly here, With goodles for llffie girls and boys, Baghtly wrapped boxes all filled wlth toys, And shadng every speclal moment, Of this Joyful annual event; So we're sendlng thanks to all our Mends, And we're hoplng your fun never endsl PRO AUTO Ortonville, Minnesota (320) 839-2911 in the Milbank Mall Lady Trojans start slow, need one more quarter to post wins Ortonville Lady Trojans headed to Minneota on Dec. 14 hoping for the first win of the seasor, but it didn't work out that way. An extremely slow start, foul trouble, and poor shooting dictated the game. Even though we scored 29 points in the fourth quarter it just wasn't enough. The Lady Trojans racked up 32 fouls sending the Minneota Vikings to the line 47 times. Coach Hoernemann points out, "The Vikings were successful on 28 of their attempts at the line. That is a game-winning statistic right there. On the other hand, the Trojans were 8 for 18 from the line." Lead scorers for the game were Jenna Longhenry with 9 (11 rebounds), Sarah LaVoi and Stacy Wiegman with 8 (4 and 5 rebounds respectively), Amy Smith with 4 (8 rebounds), Emily Sammon (6 rebounds) and Kelli Sis, 3 (3 rebounds) and Amy Speth, Lisa Spars (4 rebounds), and Amy Kellen with 2 points each. Despite the outstanding defense and hustle in the fourth quarter we dug ourselves too big of a hole early in the game to edge our way back to a victory, said Coach Hoernemann. "We Obituaries Fred Warren Beaty Fred Warren Beaty, 87 of Grand Rapids, died Sunday, Dec. 22, 2002 at the Itasca Nursing Home in Grand Rapids. Fred was born Feb. 16, 1915 to Karl and Florence (Force) Beaty in Clinton. Fred grew up and attended schools in Clinton and Grand Rapids. Fred served in the Civilian Conservation Corps and during World War II, he worked as a welder in the shipyards of Superior finishing the "Victory Ships". On July 1, 1935 he was married to Alice Zoe Taylor in Clinton and they lived in the Minneapolis, Hill City and Superior, WI areas prior to returning to Grand Rapids in 1943. Fred worked as a welder for the Biandin Paper Co. for 26 years retiring in 1978. He was a member of the First Church of God in Grand Rapids where he was also involved with the Men's Brotherhood and -.served as head usher for many years. Fred served as a Union Steward while working at the Blandin Paper Co. He enjoyed fishing, traveling, vegetable and flower gardening, definitly need to get off to a better start andJimit the number of fouls game after"game. ' The final sc"e was 59-41. On Tuesday, Dec. 17 the Lad)' Trojans met the Blackjacks from Dawson on their home court looking for a little revenge for the earlier defeat. "We knew we had to defend junior guard, Rachel Bergland, who scored 33 points against us the first time we played. We also knew we needed to get the ball inside to our post players because we had a height advantage in our favor giving us an opportunity to put some points on the board," said Coach Hoernemann. At half time, Bergland had 10 points, and the Trojans were down by 9 (16-25). "We were feeling pretty good in the locker room. We just need- ed the ball to start falling through the hoop. We had plenty of looks inside, but the shots just weren't going in." "The third quarter really hurt us when the Blackjacks scored 18 points to our 9." The Vikings' Bergland hit her stride scoring 12 of her 25 points in the third quarter. The final score was 57-35. The Lady Trojans were led by Sarah LaVoi with 9, Jenna Longhenry with 8, Stacy Wiegman with 7. Amy Speth and Lisa Spars with 4, Amy Smith with 2. and Stephanie Schuelke with 1. The Trojans first victory came on Thurs. when the Benson Braves played at Ortonville. Once again the Trojans started slowly and got into foul trouble, but this time prevailed with a 57-42 much-needed victor,:,. "We worked a lot on shooting dur- ing the previous practice and it paid off," commented Coach Hoernemann. Junior post player, Jenna Longhenry had an outstanding game. earning 22 points and 16 rebounds. Sarah Lavoi, also had a nice game with 11 points and 5 rebounds. Other scorers were Stacy Wiegman with 6, Amy Speth, Am>' Smith. and Emily Sammon with 4 each, Lindsey Swenson with 3, Amanda Erickson with 2. and Kelli Sis with 1. According to Hoernemann,"We need to continue to work on our shots, defense, and boxing out over the holi- day break and hopefully we'll pick up some more wins as the season pro- gresses." The Lady Trojans play Fri., Dec 27 at Wilmot and Fri., Jan 3 at home against the Hancock Owls. lawnwork, Sea Shell crafts and woodworking, making clocks, lamps. candlesticks, etc. Fred was an active volunteer in community projects and was instrumental in the construction of the "Community Playground" in Grand Rapids. His wife Alice died in 2000. He was also preceded in death by four brothers, Wilbur, Gene, Gordon and Stuart Beaty. He is survived by four sons - Karl (Barb) Beaty of Bloomington, Robert (Cass) Beaty of Cherry Hill, NJ, Dudley "Gene" (Arlene) Beaty, of Grand Rapids, Thomas (Jari) Beaty of Cohasset, nine grandchildren and nineteen great grandchildren. Visitation will be 4 to 7 P.M. Thursday, Dec. 26th at the Rowe Funeral Home in Grand Rapids. Funeral Services will be at 2 P.M. Friday, Dec. 27th at the First Church of God in Grand Rapids. Rev. Mark Brown will officiate. Burial will be in the Wildwood Cemetery in Cohasset. ii ONCE AGAIN . . . MANY THAI Recent new and scribers to The Indc which we gratefully with thanks for your Elizabeth Thom Art Hiiiman Delmer Resse Ga" Ninneman Gene Weihe David C. Olson Jackie Adelman Darrell Brecke Kyle Mangel Loyal Johnson Danny Larson Mark & Cindy Machelle & Brad Wanda DeBoer Glenn Radermacher Bonnie Anderson Steven Oakes Aimira Karels Donald Pillatzke Francis Karels Donna Backman Tony Schmieg Brian Longhenr3" Gene Mack Larry. Longhenry Pauline Bomer Robert Wondra Stacia Anderson Floyd Mathison Violet Vollmer Ed Korstjens I DUST an |category D |Ortonville 00to! 00stn willy wrestl ith two wit e dual mee two o er and losin o rrojans travi and lost 55 we wrestle 0 win matcl bed in mm They had a la we did an( 'ence. I thai I1 in all of tl :ustice. kine up v, WHY RENT? at 14 NOW you can buy a home of your own with NO " --i':a 1 Payment. Three great loan programs to choose,t!ing the, f{ FREE qualification and speedy, automated approvlorue'3 Call today, you may be able to buy a lot more home %urs. De you expected, traveled ! Midstate Mortgage QUEST FOR BIDS Mark Vonderharr Ortonville Area Health Services completes army Ortonville Area Health Services is soliciting bids for a course TELEPHONE SYSTEM. Army Spec. Mark J, Vonderharr Sealed bids will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. CST on has graduated from basic combat military training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Monday, Dec. 30, 2002. The bids will be opened Jan. 2, OK. " 2003 at 2:00 p.m. in the Ortonville City Council at 315 Madison Ave., Ortonville, MN 56278. Project plans and specifications are available upon request. If any company is interested in submitting bids, please contact Donna Moberg, OAHS Administrative Assistant, 450 Eastvold Ave., Ortonville, MN 56278, 320-839-4126. Bidder will be notified in writing. (Dec. I0, 17, 24, 2002) Vonderharr is the son of Edwin J. and Susan M. Vonderharr of rural Madison. He is a 1994 graduate of Lac qui Parle Valley High School and a 1999 graduate of the University of Minnesota, Duluth. Another baseball player for Adelmans Zak, Luke and Sam welcomed home baby brother, Jakob Andrew, born Dec. 12, weighing in at eight lbs, 12 ozs. and 21 inches long. Proud parents are Mike and Sara Adelman of Graceville. Proud maternal grandparents are Ran and Jo Rudnick of Appleton and proud paternal grandparents are Jerry and Dorothy Adelman of Rosen. WlC Voucher pick up for Jan. Jan. 2 Prairie V Conf. Room, Madison, 9 to 1. Jan. 7 Countryside Community Room, Ortonville, 9 to 4. The County Nutrition Education Assistants will be available. CLOSED UNTIL 3 EM., THURSDAY, DEC. 26 S SALE STARTS 3 P.M., THURSDAY, DEC. 26 All remaining winter merchandise will be marked down Linda's semi-annual clearance sale Open 3 p.m. until 7 p.m. i I meets. TI 'ith wins, Osakis Coach i wins by Holdin L of the fore had a grea picking u At 1 fall over C, Dylan Mc ust :43 ox wrestle over A up 18-0. 25, Drew improvel the match well ar third per and was seconds gai] Gruene,, 145, I forfeit. 1 Wifl/: Man STC We're donning bright smiles as we think about all the great folks we've had the privilege to serve this past year, Thanks! you fol past mort of serv to cont  I the new y( Dr. Anthony Hilleren, DDS BENSON FAMILY DENTAL & EYE CARE 219-14thSt. So. Benson, MN * 320-842-4191 Page 8b INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Dec. 24,