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December 31, 2002

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IHS Lady. Trojans hang on to 00feat W00lmot Lady Wolves SPITE OF FIERCE DEFENSE from the Wilmot Lady Wolves, Senior Sarah LaVoi maintains control of the e the Lady Trojans hold on for a 51-43 victory in the holiday game December 27 at Wilmot, SD. nville&apos;s Lady Trojans traveled ilmot on Dec., 27 and brought a 51-43 victory. ach Hoernemann commented, nice to get some points on the in the first half. We have been to start om slowly, but in . night's game we had 31 points +-time to Wilmot's 17. That gave feeling at half-time." [ter the third quarter, the Lady ks had a commanding lead of 44- Wilmot scored 18 points to the iIs 7 in the fourth quarter to make :for a victory on their home floor. The Lady Wolves capitalized on Trojan turnovers created by a smother- ing full court pressure. "We continue to put teams at the free-throw line. Ortonville had 31 fouls and sent Wilmot to the free- throw line 41 times," said Coach Hoememann. "Fortunately, they only made 19 of those." Amy Smith led the Trojans in points and rebounds with 12 points and 7 rebounds. According to Coach Hoernemann, "'Amy, a 5'5" junior forward, plays extremely hard every ame. She deft- nitely plays much bigger than her height underneath the basket. She knows how to get position for the rebounds which is a great asset for our team." Other scores on the night included Jenna Longhenry, Stacy Wiegman, and Sarah LaVoi each contibuting 7 points, Stephanie Schuelke had 5, Amy Speth with 4, Emily Sammon, 3, Lindsey Swenson, Lisa Spors, and Amanda Erickson added two each. The Lady Trojans will be in action again on Fri., Jan. 3 against Hancock at home. news l By Mrs. MJ. Kirchberg Ura Kirchberg, who attends rdia College in Moo,head was llrly Friday evening, Dec. 20 !at the M.J. Kirchberg home. . Joan Strei and Betty Nelson pthe Country Christmas at the WISHING + -" Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher Prairie Arts Center in Madison  and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sunday afternoon, Dec. 15. / Angela and Emily Kasuske of Volga, SD and Alan Schuelke of Montevideo were Dec. 21 weekend guests at the Ray Schuelke home. prescrfion for a happy holiday season indudes snerous measures c sxxxll and cheer or wh a hey dose of gride orn us. We're re d'mnkl for your confidence and suppoa. and Pat, Marilyn, Cheryl, Teresa, Heather, Gwen, Ashley and Ben Drug 00Thr!00liiiiWh You Loo, Oe o Oo, _____-...I 0...,,., M.. .o.+,o. m--luruu. Radermacher and family were among relatives" at the Tim Radermacher home in Montevideo on Saturday afternoon and evening, Dec. 21 for the Glen Radermacher family Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wildung and Mrs. Tina Anderson of Ortonville were Sunday, Dec. 22 supper and evening guests at the Biad Radermacher home. Rev. Gene Hackert of New Ulm was a Sunday, Dec. 22 afternoOn visitor at the Alfred Volkenant home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke visited with Joan Ronglien at her apartment in Ortonville on Thursday afternoon, Dec. 19. Saturday, Dec. 21 evening visitors at the M.J. Kirchberg home were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mork, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brehmer and Eric. Kristi Lynn Volkenant of Omaha, NE and Janelle Volkenant of Brookings are spending Christmas holidays at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Volkenant. Additional Saturday, Dec. 21 supper and evening guests were Nicole Volkenant of Willmar, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Volkenant of Odessa and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Volkenant. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Karels accompanied by his mother Mrs. Delrose Karels attended the Mrs. Delrose Karels family Christmas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnie R QUI T FOR IDS Ortonville Area Health Services Area Health Services is soliciting bids for a NE SYSTEM .......... bids will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. CST on Jan. ,2003. The bids will be o.p.ened Jan. 8, 2003 2:00 p.m. in the Ortonville City Councd Chambers 315 Madlson'Av., Ortonville, MN 56278. plans and specificotions are available upon uest. If any company is interested in submiffing bids, contact Donna Moberg, OAHS Adminmtrative ,450 Eastvold Ave., Ortonvllle, MN 56278, phone 26. will be notified in writing. (Dec. 10, 17, 24, 31, 2[]02) Werner on ; Dec. 22, 2002. Monica Adelman of Jacksonville, FL is spending Christmas week at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Adelman. Additional weekend and Christmas guests were Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Pastika and family of Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Richter and girls of Bismarck, ND, Mrs Jeff LaCanne and sons of Windom, John Paul Adelman and Katie Freeman and daughter of Brooklyn Park. Christmas eve supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Barr and girls of Ortonville, Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Kirchberg and sons of Miibank and Mr. and Mrs. Bernie KirChberg. Additional evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kirchberg and girls. Curtis Seefeld, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Seefeld and grandson Dustin of Madison were Christmas eve guests at the Warren Kirchberg home. Anthony Rodas of Alexandria spent several days at the home of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Roger Karels. Christmas Day guests at the Dennis Rademacher home were Paul Redepenning family of Farmington, David Bergeson family of Madison, Tim Salmen family of Madison, SD, Randy Stukey family of Milbank, Bryan Anderson family of Rosen. Christmas afternoon supper guests at the MJ. Kirchberg home were Ryan and Brady Mork and Sara Lindsey of Alexandria, Tina Schlauderoff of St. Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mork and Tracey, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brehmer, Eric and Amanda, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kirchberg, Jon and Nicole. Mr. "and Mrs. Gene Pillatzki accompanied by Melanie Karels of Dawson and Mrs. Almira Karels were Christmas Day guests at the Joey "lhyior home in Brookings. 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