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rojan boy cagers take two [ ore; up record to 5 2 p MINNESOTA HWY. PATROL played at the UMM PE 22nd, the Trojans ran a hot shooting Morris Tiger ball ,sing 75-43. The Tigers a quick attack on both ends court as they led at all quarter 18-9, 35-16, 59-32 and 75-43. , Homrighausen led all . .l'ers with 19 and Scott Sandberg rfect-e off t  - '  ":.. ,,--- ne bench to score / points mat the ' "" rl, Tiger defense kept the Trojan ' men'nse at bay throughout the contest. ,ns. I thought we did an okay job lping the Tiger's top gun Forrest cannier at 13 points (16 points below his :in p'tl'rage)l- and Jason Swanson at 6 re x'traging 18), but we were unable to y.yntain an offensive consistency to o!1 this game," said coach Roger -oerg. Thursday, Jan. 8, the Trojans 'eled to Hancock for a clash of conference foes. Trojan offense clicked for an early 17-5 first as Adam Thymian had 8 2 treys and a hoop. the lead down to Owls recaptured the lead at but a lay-up and a trey by kept the Trojans three 36-33. ie fourth quarter had some moments, but free throws Orvik, Homrighausen and maintained the Trojan Homrighausen led all scorers 19, Finke followed with 12, Jan had 10, and Wittenebel 8. Homrighausen's 9 boards, :'s 6 assists were notable leaders. win moved the Trojans atop COnference standings at 3-0, and an impressive 39 game streak for the Owls on their Saturday, Jan.10, the Trojans traveled to Montevideo and came out on top of a game resembling the stock market. The Trojans struck quickly with a pressing, fastbreak style and led 22-l0 after one. The "stock' kept soaring as the Trojans found themselves leading 31-17 midway through the second quarter, Monte countered with outside shooting and foul shooting to get back into the game at 36-32. Both teams traded baskets in the third and the Trojans led 47-44 with a quarter remaining. The Trojans found themselves down 49-52 with 8 seconds remaining, but Adam Thymian came up with a big play, drawing a foul while in the act of shooting a trey. Thymian drained all three free throws sending the game into overtime at 52 all. The Trojans outscored the Thunderhawks 9 to 4 in the overtime to win 61-56. "We had an excellent chance to put this one away early, but turnovers and fouls allowed Monte to get back into the game in the second quarter. We played well at times but we were again betrayed by numerous opportunities from the line aswe shot a dismal 19-37, from the charity stripe," said Sandberg. Derek "again" had 19 points, Adam had 13, and Kent popped in 10, Wittnebel added 8. Brandon led in rebounding with 12 of our 29 boards. Thymian's 5 steals, and Wittenebel's 4 blocks were stat leaders in those departments. "After playing six of our first seven games on the road, our present 5-2 and 3-0 conference records are acceptable. We have been "streaky" offensively, but very sticky on the defensive end and that has enabled us to stay in games,"said Sandberg. YME comes to Ortonvilte on Thursday, Jan. 15, in the only game on tap for the TroJans this week. The boy's basketball team and coaches also want to thank SFC Jim Meyer and the Ortonville National Guard Armory for providing a sack lunch following the recent road trip to Hancock. It was much appreciated. Girl born Dec. 19 to Hofhenke, Vreim Brenda Hofhenke and Brian Vreim of Milbank are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Emily Mac Vreim, born on Dec. 19, 1997, at the Ortonville Hospital. Emily weighed 7 lbs. 3-1/2 oz. Maternal grandparents are Linda Hofhenke of Ortonville and Francis Hofhenke of Big Stone City, SD. Paternal grandparents are Russ and Verdean Vreim of Milbank. KDIO's weekly weather report Hi Low Prec. January 5 29 20....,t,,.o, 6 22 17 7 28 23 8 28 2 9 -1 -12 10 0 -4 11 6 -6...,5- ,,, Library board meet The Pioneerland Library System Board will meet Thursday, Jan. 15, 1998, 7:30 p.m. at Lakeland Auditorium, 502 Second Street SW, Willmar. Stefi Jean Blum, Savage, Speeding 73/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $20, Court Costs $15. Scott Douglas Gilsdorf, Dumont, No MN annual Inspection, Unsafe Equip., Fined $190, Surcharge $55, Court Costs $3O. Karl David Healey, Shakopee, Speeding 70/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $20, Court Costs $15. Brian Dean Christopherson, Minneapolis, Speeding 75/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $20, Court Costs $15. .Cynthia Marie Bums, Speeding 72/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $20, Court Costs $15. Jerome DeWayne Heikkila, Maple Grove, Speeding 72/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $20, Court Costs $15. Edwin P. Scheuermann, Oshkosh, WI, Speeding 71/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $20, Court Costs $15. Kelly Lynn Murphy, Cologne, Speeding 77/55, Fined $65, Surcharge $21.50, Court Costs $15. BIG STONE CO. SHERIFF John Paul Adelman, Bellingham, Stop Sign Violation, Fined $45, Surcharge $18.50, Court Costs $15. DNR Parker William Kloos, Donnelly, Fish w/l Extra Line, Fined $35, Surcharge $28, Court Costs $15. Dustin Douglas Redman,.Elgin, ND, No License in Possession, Fined $5, Surcharge $22, Court Costs $15. Backus, Prasnicki on Mankato honors list The academic honors list for the past fall quarter at Mankato State University has been announced, and included on the list are two Ortonville students. They are Roben Andrew Backus and Brandon L. Prasnicki. BEVERLY JONES was presented with this granite stone plaque for her years of service for Countryside Public Health Services. The plaque was presented to Beverly by Big Stone County Commissioner, Jeanne Krueger at a retirement party honoring Beverly for her many ears of nursing service in this community. Kevin Roggenbuck becomes a father Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Roggenbuck are the proud parents of a baby daughter born Nov. 12, 1997 weighing 7-1/2 pounds. She was baptized Dec. 28th and was given the name Sara Jo. Her baptismal sponsors were Quentin and Renea Roggenbuck. Grandparents are Mrs. Barbara St. Martin of the Twin Cities and Mrs. Sally Roggenbuck of Big Stone City, SD. Mobile meals Tuesday, Jan. 13 through Friday, Jan. 16: Marvin and Lois Knopf, Don and Virginia Dawson, Elayne Fahlgren Monday, Jan. 23 through Friday, Jan. 27: Dale and Betty Hausauer, Gene Burdick, Bud Knippen Study Club meets again on Jan. 21st Ortonville's Study Club met Wednesday, Dec. 17th for luncheon at the home of Judy Gere. Lois Pflueger was co-hostesst Program Chairperson Pat Kunz introduced Leonard Johnson, "storyteller extraordinaire". He entertained the group with three short stories - one with an "ethnic" theme, one on "travel and literature" and the third about "ancient history". The stories, each complete with ethnic dialect and humor, gave the audience a good laugh and were a great way to start the holiday season on a light and happy note. Pat Kunz also entertained with her piano accompaniment for the annual Christmas carol sing-along. Next meeting will be at ! 1:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 21st at the Hilltop Theatre of Seasons. That's entertainment Mondayjan. 19th WHIST  $5,00p0 rPerson PARTY /' Bring Your Own panor Lunch / Starts at 8 p.m. Served HT [ , t=.,.  $1.OO CANS BUSCH LIGHT 12 PACKS *5.79 * OFF-SALE SPECIALS * 750ml DeKuyper, 750ml JIM BEAM s9.29 Buttershots Schnapps *7.69 Ask Waitress For Breakfast Sandwich Special .................................................... 99 SERVED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY FROM 7-10 AM .Friday - Fish Special .Saturday - Italian Spaghetti Open 6:00 AM to 11:30  - Food Orders Taken Until 11:00 P.M. Hilltop's Theatre of Seasons Cafe HWYS. 75 & 12 ORTONVILLE, MN (320) 839-2233 Open 7 Days a Week from 6:00 AM to 11:30 PM RATED TRY US!It S. HH. 15 MILBANK, SD PH. 605-432-4421 Big Stone Soil & Water Conservation District Annual AWARDS BANQUET BAR SPECIALS Friday & Saturday, January 16 & 17 Old Mil Light OR E & J Brandy foronly Sl.O0 each ~ Pull Tabs Available ~ NOW SHOWING THRU JAN. lS (PG) Roh Wa/klras FLUBBER NOW SHOWING THRU JAN. 22 (PG13) Alien & Kb'st Aa3 "For Richer or Poorer" NOW SHOWING THRU JAN. lS (PG13) "The Rainmaker" Thursday, "hm. 22 7:00 P.M. AT THE MATADOR SUPPER CLUB Ortonville, Minnesota * Presentation of awards to SWCD contest winners * Sit-down dinner with roast beef and chicken strips Entertainment provided by Jack Sand, comedian and magician from Moorhead TICKETS FIRE $6.75 EACH We ask that you reserve your tickets in advance by stopping at the SWCD office in the Ag Service building in Ortonville or by calling (320) 839-6149 by Tuesday, Jan. 20, 1998. ,[ TUES., JAN. 13 1 EVENING SPECIAL BBQ RIBS 1st Dinner Reg. Price 2nd Dinner for $1.00 WITH COUPON ONLY Not redeemable with gift certificate or any other coupon. t [ THURS.,JAN. 15 ] EVENING SPECIAL Steak Cubes 1st Dinner Reg. Price 2nd Dinner for $1.00 WITH COUPON ONLY Not redeemable with gift certificate or any other coupon COZY UP TO THE FIRE AT... M EXPERIENCE  ALLARD POIN It ------_. Home of Great Food - Open Thursday thru Sunday Open Sunday Aliernoons during Whetstone Valley Snowmobih t Runs. EVERY FRIDAY- Jan. 16th thru mid-April ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT CHiNES.E BUFFET , * : : p.m. S6. or .95 (snui'iier)kids Enjoy p, s, entrees...the works! 15-1/2 miles n0rl:onville 7 GIFF CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE 50th Birthday Party for Eugene Schmleg starting at 8;30 p.m. Bellinghma's 5th Anneal CHILI COOK-OFF Judging will be done by oust .ugers ,s.tcrting at 3.00 p.m. on Jan. ] 7. No entries cer z:uu p.m. on 5turdey, Jan. ]7. CHECKERED ]00'LAG Belling, ham, Minnesota (formerly the BeRingham Liquor Store) FIESTA ROOM INDEPENDENT Jan. 13, 1998  Page 13