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SEVENTH GRADER, Paulina Chalupka works hard at her performance on the bars. She earned a first place at the Junior High Gymanstic triangular meet in Milbank on Dec. 19. HANCOCK OWLS WERE IN ALL the right places at all the right times on Thursday i,laying against the OHS Trojan Boys, 'but couldn t stop Riley Samnon from scoring above. I 2003 Minnesota 33rd Annual SPORTSMEN'S xtchsne Ene,y' Place 111 Roy Wilkins Auditorium S GREAT SHOWS IN ONEI lit Boat " Camplng/RV " Travel $k Hunting/Fishing  Outdoor Ed im-'dT l:mll R51ffB1ZG 3E558] ]l if you Your Share of the Government's $350 Billion Our Government Gives Away Each Year! Get FREE MONEY to start a business, go to school, train for a new job, buy real estate, travel the worldal government expense, become a singer, dancer or artl=t or do just about anything you can imagineT You'll learn how to become an insider.., work smart, not hard.., get what you can for nothing and get it all right NOWf CALL NOW with credit card orders: 1-800-351-4949 To order FREE MONEY TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE For only $29.95 plus $5.95 shipping and handling. Savel Order the entire Audio Package (6 cassettes plus the 1200 pg.book) for only $59.95 plus $6.95 S & H. Order On Line at : Www.lesko.com/news13 Send: checks or money orders in the amount of $35.90 or $66.90 for the audio package to: Matthew Lesko, Dept NEWS13, 12081 Nebel Street, Rockville, MD 20852 I I You'll get the best vehicle alignment! New 4-Wheel Alignment Machine We'll handle all your insurance work for you/ Kevin's is the area's most well equipped body shop with two frame machines! Towing with wrecker and roll back Major collision repair .Frame and suspension work Windshield repair and replacement LOCK YOUR KEYS IN YOUR CAR? WE'LL GET THEM OUT! 320-839-3066 (ahop) 605 676-2457 (homo) ravin RAAF N. Minnesota St. Ortonville, MN 56278 25th year in business at same location! I II I School lunch Tuesday, Jan. 7 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Breakfast Pizza, Peach Sauce, Milk Lunch: Build-A-Burger, Pickles, Cheese, Lettuce, Sliced Tomatoes, Tator Tots, Juice Choices, OPTION- AL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Wednesday, Jan. 8 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Cinnamon Wheat Toast, Orange Juice, Milk Lunch: Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Green Beans or Cheesy Broccoli, 4-12 Apple or Blueberry Pie, K-3 Bread Slice, Fresh Red Grapes. Thursday, Jan. 9 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Apple Muffin, Orange Smiles, Milk Lunch: 4-12 Foot Longs, Chili Sauce, K-3 Regular Hot Dog, French Fries, Baked Beans, Fresh Orange Wedges, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Friday, Jan. 10 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Cinnamon Roll, Apple Wedges, Milk Lunch: 4-12 Stuffed Crust Pizza, K-3 Cheese Pizza, Garden Salad, Applesauce, Jello Squares, OPTION- AL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Monday, Jan. 13 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Donut Holes, Pear Sauce, Milk Lunch: Italian Spaghetti, Cheesy French Bread, Garden Salad, Diced Pear Sauce, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4- 12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Tuesday, Jan. 14 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Waffle Sticks/Syrup, Applesauce, Milk Lunch: Dell Ham and Cheese, Cheesy Potatoes, Garden Peas, Apple Crisp, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Route posted for MS Society 2003 MS Tram The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Minnesota Chapter today announced the route for its 14th annual five-day bike ride, MS TRAM-The Ride Across Minnesota. This year's participants will tour scenic central Minnesota from July 27-Aug. 1 Riders will begin in Ortonville July 28, and pass through Montevideo, Redwood Falls, Hutchinson and St. Peter on their way to finish in Faribault. Nearly 1,300 cyclists are expected to ride this year's MS TRAM. For a $65 registration fee and a minimum pledge of $200, riders are,treated toa, week-long:acatin Eaehlagt et treats participants to its hometoWrn " flare, entertainment, camping and food. The MS Society provides motor-coach bus transportation to the start, transportation of bikes and luggage, fully stocked rest stops, a finish-line dinner and a commemorative T-shirt. Volunteers are needed in each host city to prepare for the event. For information about volunteering, contact the chamber of commerce in one of the participating cities. For information about MS TRAM-The Ride Across Minnesota, the MS Society of volunteer opportunities, call 1-800-FIGHT MS or visit www.mssociety.com. Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, often disabling disease of the central nervous system. Symptoms may be mild, such as numbness in the limbs, or severe, such as paralysis or impaired vision. Most people with MS are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 40, but the unpredictable physical and emotional effects can be lifelong. The progress, severity and specific symptoms of MS in any one person cannot yet be predicted, but advances in research and treatment are giving hope to those affected by the disease. Old Mill Twirlers The Old Mill Twirlers did not dance. Gene Hoffmann from Dawson will call Wednesday, Jan. 8. On the lunch committee are Delores Whitehead, Allan and Donna Brandenburger. Upcoming dance will be Jan. 15, Hank Prasnicki. Old Mill Twirlers dance on Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. in the High School lunchroom. Use the Northeast door, visitors are always welcome. OHS Trojan gymnasts i vaults but stumble at bea Ortonville's gymnastics team com- peted in a dual meet in Benson on Jan. 2. The team faired better than previ- ous meets by scoring a 101.15 which is about five points higher than prior meets. Benson dominated the meet scoring a 130.15, which was expected since most of the gymnasts in Benson club-train between seasons. The vaulters began the meet with some of their .best vaults of the sea- son. The top four vaulters scored a 31.35 for an event total. Lucinda McMahon scored an 8.05, Julia Nelson a 7.9, Ashley Henrich scored 7.85, Kira Sherod a 7.55, and Katie Hedge, 7.5. The uneven bar competitors have been working on endurance and putting together connected routines which are coming slowly. Lucinda McMahon hit a 6.4, Alyssa Ademan, a 5.5, Katie Hedge a 4.95, Karin Anderson a 4.5 and Ashley Henrich a 4.15. Floor scores are slowly coming along now that the competitors are starting to hit some combinations. Lucinda McMahon hit a 7.25, Ashley Henrich as 6.25, Julia Nelson a 6.1, and Katie Hedge a 6.0. The balance beam was a disaster for the team. The athletes took a total of 14 falls for five routines. This cost the team at least 5 points. The com- petitors are still lacking in and it shows during their Scores were Lucinda Katie Hedge, 5.6; and Anderson, 5.4. At the all-around position McMahon placed fourth wit] and Katie Hedge placed 24.05. The B squad competed at meet in Benson the same They scored a 76.4 to Individual placers were Henrich, 4th in vault; 5 in floor; Julia Neson, 2nd Kira Sherod, 4th on bars; Maas, 5th on bars. H YS BASKETBALL TEAM SUFFERED two defeats thi'seel(.13n Zahrbock, pictured above, tough defense against Hancock on Jan. 2. Mat Men drop two at MacC On Jan. 4 the Trojan Wrestling team traveled to Clara City to take on Willmar and MacCray. Ortonville lost both matches. In the first match the Trojans lost 42-28 to Willmar and in the second match they lost 45-30. "We wrestled well as a team against Willmar, but not too well against MacCray. We had some leads in the matches that we could not hold on to and our inexperience hurt us in both matches," said Coach Joe Eustice. Eustice, being an optimistic sort of guy suggested the following bright spots on the day. At 215, Jason Kellen won both of his matches. Kellen won by fall over Chad Emery of Wiilmar in 1:05. In the second match, Kellen really wrestled well, putting a number of moves together and pinned Matt Uttermark in 1:56. The two falls give Jason eight pins on the year and a team leading 11 wins. Kellen also is leading the team with 86 team points. At 171, Eric Collins had a good day winning both of his matches also Mac & Naps free food pick-up set Mac & Nap food pickup will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 8th from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the New Life Community Baptist Church in Ortonville. For more information if you are interested and eligible in receiving a box of free food call Darlene at 320- 839-3247. and Western Minnesota for 16 years Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Hospital. Call Lori Larson at 320-839-2502 for an appointment. (605) 882-2630 or 1-800-658-4763 Mallard Pointe Business Park Watertown, SD by falls. In the Willmar match, Collins pinned Tony Newman in 1:26. In the second match Eric won by fall over Jorn Lona in 1:43. The two wins give Eric 10 for the year. He is now tied for -the lead in falls with eight. Collins is second in wins and team points. We had a number of kids that wres- tled well in one match but did not do so well in the other. At 103, Patrick Eustice wrestled well in his Willmar match controlling things and wrestling his way to a 12-2 major decision over Josh Danike. In the MacCray match he could not seem to do anything right and lost 13-2. At 112, Dylan McLain just crunched the Willmar kid and got the fall in 3:50. He had a lead in the sec- ond match, but made a mistake and could not get out of it and was pinned. At 119, Eric Croatt let the first match get away from him. In the MacCray match he wrestled very well against a good senior and only lost 5-0. At 152, Ben Rudnick had a good match against Willmar picking up a fall over Ben Martins in 5:18, but in the second match nothing go well for Ben and he lost 160, Cory Schmieg had to stud from Willmar in Cory went right at him and close to getting the that things did not go so Schmieg and he was second match he won by Coach Eustice summed week by saying, "I thought fled well against Willmar. older then we are and with tion of one match I thought all the matches that we MacCray match we just did tie very well. I don't know times that will happen. number of matches that I would do better in and it did pen. We just need to get tice and work harder and we how to win some of the lost." The next action for the Men will be Saturday at the Prairie Invitational. SERVICE Curves weight the supl.yort you to achieve your] The power Inlazc " CURVES GIRLS ARE LOSERS[ Since August 19th, we have lost 687.1 pounds and 1,227.6 inches! Weight Loss Classes begin on Monday, Jan. 13th. CALL TODAY 320-839-7195 "( )tier ba..ed on fir visit enrol}m}.nt, nc member ,,nl: no ,arid 1 *my olhLr prom,,ti,m 1 .f}er Page 14  INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Jan. SEVENTH GRADER, Paulina Chalupka works hard at her performance on the bars. She earned a first place at the Junior High Gymanstic triangular meet in Milbank on Dec. 19. HANCOCK OWLS WERE IN ALL the right places at all the right times on Thursday i,laying against the OHS Trojan Boys, 'but couldn t stop Riley Samnon from scoring above. I 2003 Minnesota 33rd Annual SPORTSMEN'S xtchsne Ene,y' Place 111 Roy Wilkins Auditorium S GREAT SHOWS IN ONEI lit Boat " Camplng/RV " Travel $k Hunting/Fishing  Outdoor Ed im-'dT l:mll R51ffB1ZG 3E558] ]l if you Your Share of the Government's $350 Billion Our Government Gives Away Each Year! Get FREE MONEY to start a business, go to school, train for a new job, buy real estate, travel the worldal government expense, become a singer, dancer or artl=t or do just about anything you can imagineT You'll learn how to become an insider.., work smart, not hard.., get what you can for nothing and get it all right NOWf CALL NOW with credit card orders: 1-800-351-4949 To order FREE MONEY TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE For only $29.95 plus $5.95 shipping and handling. Savel Order the entire Audio Package (6 cassettes plus the 1200 pg.book) for only $59.95 plus $6.95 S & H. Order On Line at : Www.lesko.com/news13 Send: checks or money orders in the amount of $35.90 or $66.90 for the audio package to: Matthew Lesko, Dept NEWS13, 12081 Nebel Street, Rockville, MD 20852 I I You'll get the best vehicle alignment! New 4-Wheel Alignment Machine We'll handle all your insurance work for you/ Kevin's is the area's most well equipped body shop with two frame machines! Towing with wrecker and roll back Major collision repair .Frame and suspension work Windshield repair and replacement LOCK YOUR KEYS IN YOUR CAR? WE'LL GET THEM OUT! 320-839-3066 (ahop) 605 676-2457 (homo) ravin RAAF N. Minnesota St. Ortonville, MN 56278 25th year in business at same location! I II I School lunch Tuesday, Jan. 7 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Breakfast Pizza, Peach Sauce, Milk Lunch: Build-A-Burger, Pickles, Cheese, Lettuce, Sliced Tomatoes, Tator Tots, Juice Choices, OPTION- AL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Wednesday, Jan. 8 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Cinnamon Wheat Toast, Orange Juice, Milk Lunch: Chicken Nuggets, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Green Beans or Cheesy Broccoli, 4-12 Apple or Blueberry Pie, K-3 Bread Slice, Fresh Red Grapes. Thursday, Jan. 9 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Apple Muffin, Orange Smiles, Milk Lunch: 4-12 Foot Longs, Chili Sauce, K-3 Regular Hot Dog, French Fries, Baked Beans, Fresh Orange Wedges, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Friday, Jan. 10 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Cinnamon Roll, Apple Wedges, Milk Lunch: 4-12 Stuffed Crust Pizza, K-3 Cheese Pizza, Garden Salad, Applesauce, Jello Squares, OPTION- AL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Monday, Jan. 13 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Donut Holes, Pear Sauce, Milk Lunch: Italian Spaghetti, Cheesy French Bread, Garden Salad, Diced Pear Sauce, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4- 12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Tuesday, Jan. 14 Breakfast: Cereal Choices OR Waffle Sticks/Syrup, Applesauce, Milk Lunch: Dell Ham and Cheese, Cheesy Potatoes, Garden Peas, Apple Crisp, OPTIONAL CHOICE 4-12: Baked Potato/Meat/Cheese Route posted for MS Society 2003 MS Tram The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Minnesota Chapter today announced the route for its 14th annual five-day bike ride, MS TRAM-The Ride Across Minnesota. This year's participants will tour scenic central Minnesota from July 27-Aug. 1 Riders will begin in Ortonville July 28, and pass through Montevideo, Redwood Falls, Hutchinson and St. Peter on their way to finish in Faribault. Nearly 1,300 cyclists are expected to ride this year's MS TRAM. For a $65 registration fee and a minimum pledge of $200, riders are,treated toa, week-long:acatin Eaehlagt et treats participants to its hometoWrn " flare, entertainment, camping and food. The MS Society provides motor-coach bus transportation to the start, transportation of bikes and luggage, fully stocked rest stops, a finish-line dinner and a commemorative T-shirt. Volunteers are needed in each host city to prepare for the event. For information about volunteering, contact the chamber of commerce in one of the participating cities. For information about MS TRAM-The Ride Across Minnesota, the MS Society of volunteer opportunities, call 1-800-FIGHT MS or visit www.mssociety.com. Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, often disabling disease of the central nervous system. Symptoms may be mild, such as numbness in the limbs, or severe, such as paralysis or impaired vision. Most people with MS are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 40, but the unpredictable physical and emotional effects can be lifelong. The progress, severity and specific symptoms of MS in any one person cannot yet be predicted, but advances in research and treatment are giving hope to those affected by the disease. Old Mill Twirlers The Old Mill Twirlers did not dance. Gene Hoffmann from Dawson will call Wednesday, Jan. 8. On the lunch committee are Delores Whitehead, Allan and Donna Brandenburger. Upcoming dance will be Jan. 15, Hank Prasnicki. Old Mill Twirlers dance on Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. in the High School lunchroom. Use the Northeast door, visitors are always welcome. OHS Trojan gymnasts i vaults but stumble at bea Ortonville's gymnastics team com- peted in a dual meet in Benson on Jan. 2. The team faired better than previ- ous meets by scoring a 101.15 which is about five points higher than prior meets. Benson dominated the meet scoring a 130.15, which was expected since most of the gymnasts in Benson club-train between seasons. The vaulters began the meet with some of their .best vaults of the sea- son. The top four vaulters scored a 31.35 for an event total. Lucinda McMahon scored an 8.05, Julia Nelson a 7.9, Ashley Henrich scored 7.85, Kira Sherod a 7.55, and Katie Hedge, 7.5. The uneven bar competitors have been working on endurance and putting together connected routines which are coming slowly. Lucinda McMahon hit a 6.4, Alyssa Ademan, a 5.5, Katie Hedge a 4.95, Karin Anderson a 4.5 and Ashley Henrich a 4.15. Floor scores are slowly coming along now that the competitors are starting to hit some combinations. Lucinda McMahon hit a 7.25, Ashley Henrich as 6.25, Julia Nelson a 6.1, and Katie Hedge a 6.0. The balance beam was a disaster for the team. The athletes took a total of 14 falls for five routines. This cost the team at least 5 points. The com- petitors are still lacking in and it shows during their Scores were Lucinda Katie Hedge, 5.6; and Anderson, 5.4. At the all-around position McMahon placed fourth wit] and Katie Hedge placed 24.05. The B squad competed at meet in Benson the same They scored a 76.4 to Individual placers were Henrich, 4th in vault; 5 in floor; Julia Neson, 2nd Kira Sherod, 4th on bars; Maas, 5th on bars. H YS BASKETBALL TEAM SUFFERED two defeats thi'seel(.13n Zahrbock, pictured above, tough defense against Hancock on Jan. 2. Mat Men drop two at MacC On Jan. 4 the Trojan Wrestling team traveled to Clara City to take on Willmar and MacCray. Ortonville lost both matches. In the first match the Trojans lost 42-28 to Willmar and in the second match they lost 45-30. "We wrestled well as a team against Willmar, but not too well against MacCray. We had some leads in the matches that we could not hold on to and our inexperience hurt us in both matches," said Coach Joe Eustice. Eustice, being an optimistic sort of guy suggested the following bright spots on the day. At 215, Jason Kellen won both of his matches. Kellen won by fall over Chad Emery of Wiilmar in 1:05. In the second match, Kellen really wrestled well, putting a number of moves together and pinned Matt Uttermark in 1:56. The two falls give Jason eight pins on the year and a team leading 11 wins. Kellen also is leading the team with 86 team points. At 171, Eric Collins had a good day winning both of his matches also Mac & Naps free food pick-up set Mac & Nap food pickup will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 8th from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the New Life Community Baptist Church in Ortonville. For more information if you are interested and eligible in receiving a box of free food call Darlene at 320- 839-3247. and Western Minnesota for 16 years Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Hospital. Call Lori Larson at 320-839-2502 for an appointment. (605) 882-2630 or 1-800-658-4763 Mallard Pointe Business Park Watertown, SD by falls. In the Willmar match, Collins pinned Tony Newman in 1:26. In the second match Eric won by fall over Jorn Lona in 1:43. The two wins give Eric 10 for the year. He is now tied for -the lead in falls with eight. Collins is second in wins and team points. We had a number of kids that wres- tled well in one match but did not do so well in the other. At 103, Patrick Eustice wrestled well in his Willmar match controlling things and wrestling his way to a 12-2 major decision over Josh Danike. In the MacCray match he could not seem to do anything right and lost 13-2. At 112, Dylan McLain just crunched the Willmar kid and got the fall in 3:50. He had a lead in the sec- ond match, but made a mistake and could not get out of it and was pinned. At 119, Eric Croatt let the first match get away from him. In the MacCray match he wrestled very well against a good senior and only lost 5-0. At 152, Ben Rudnick had a good match against Willmar picking up a fall over Ben Martins in 5:18, but in the second match nothing go well for Ben and he lost 160, Cory Schmieg had to stud from Willmar in Cory went right at him and close to getting the that things did not go so Schmieg and he was second match he won by Coach Eustice summed week by saying, "I thought fled well against Willmar. older then we are and with tion of one match I thought all the matches that we MacCray match we just did tie very well. I don't know times that will happen. number of matches that I would do better in and it did pen. We just need to get tice and work harder and we how to win some of the lost." The next action for the Men will be Saturday at the Prairie Invitational. SERVICE Curves weight the supl.yort you to achieve your] The power Inlazc " CURVES GIRLS ARE LOSERS[ Since August 19th, we have lost 687.1 pounds and 1,227.6 inches! Weight Loss Classes begin on Monday, Jan. 13th. CALL TODAY 320-839-7195 "( )tier ba..ed on fir visit enrol}m}.nt, nc member ,,nl: no ,arid 1 *my olhLr prom,,ti,m 1 .f}er Page 14  INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Jan.