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Wed., Feb. 11 Bus in Ortonville in A.M. for dial-a.fide service. Please call 839- 3555 by 10 a.m. to arrange a fide. Scheduled bus service in p.m. from noon to 5:00-see routes #4 & #5 for City of Ortonvil!e Thurs., Feb. 12 Bus scheduled for route #2, see below. Dial-a-ride service for Orton- ville from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please call 839-3555 by 10 a.m. to arrange for a ride Fri., Feb. 13 Bus scheduled for route #3, see below. Dial-a-ride service for Orton- ville from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Please call 839-3555 by 10 a.m. to arrange for a ride. Sat., Feb. 14 Open Sun., Feb. 15 Bus available in Ortonville for Church services. Please call 839-3555 on Ffi. to arrange for a fide. Mon., Feb. 16 No bus service, legal holiday. Tues., Feb. 17 Bus scheduled for Route #2, see below. Dial-a-ride service for Orton- ville from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Please call 839-3555 by 10 a.m. to arrange a ride. TABLE I Route 1--Ortonville, Beard- sley, Barry, Clinton, Ortonville and return (first and third Fri- day of each month; second and fourth Tuesday of each month; see tunes low). Route 2-Ortonville, Odessa, Correil, northwest county road 10 to county road 12 to Orton- ville and return (first and third Tuesday of each month; second and fourth Thursday of each month; see times below). Route 3-Ortonville, Clinton, Johnson, Graceville and return (first and third Tuesday of each month; second and fourth Fri- day of each month; see times below). Route 4-Ortonville and north (every Monday, Wednesday and Sunday; see times below). Route 5--Ortonville and south (every Monday, Wednesday and Sunday; see times below). TABLE II Route 1 .... ve Ortonvme, pZb,-Oxk- It Restaurant, 9 a.m.; arrive Beardsley Town Hall, 10 a.m.; arrive Barry Post Office, 10:15 a.m.; arrive Clinton Memorial Building, 10:45 a.m.; arrive Or- tonviUe Senior Citizens Center, 11 a.m. RETURN--Leave Ortonville Senior Citizens Center, 3 p.m.; arrive Clinton Memorial Build- ing, 3:15 p.m.; arrive Barry Post Office, 3:4 5 p.m.; arrive Beardsley Town Hall, 4 p.m.; arrive Ortonville Senior Citizens Center, 5 p.m. Route 2 Leave Ortonville, Polly- Cook-It, 9 a.m.; arrive Odessa Cafe, 9:25 a.m.; arrive Correll Post Office, 10 a.m.; arrive junction of highways 12 and 25, intersection, I0:I0 a.m.; arrive junction of highways 25 and I0, intersection, 10:20 a.m.; arrive Ortonville Senior Citizens Cen- ter, 10:45 a.m. RETURN--Leave Ortonville p.m.; arrive junction 12 and 25, The Independent 3:35 p.m.; arrive Corre]] Post OrfoclvilJe, Minnesoto Office, 3:45 p.m.; arrive Odessa Cute, 4:20 p.m.; arrive arran- Page 10b Wed., Feb. 11,1981 ville Senior Citizens Center, Route 3 HOT LUNCH Leave Ortonville, Polly-Cook- It, 9 a.m.; arrive junction high- ways 4 and 21, 9:25 a.m.; arrive Johnson Grocery, 9:40 a.m.; arrive Graceville, Carl- sons' Corner, 10 a.m.; arrive Clinton Memorial Building, 10:20 a.m.; arrive Ortonville Senior Citizens Center, 10:40 a.ITL RETURN--Leave Ortonville Senior Citizens Center, 2:30 p.m.; arrive Clinton Memorial Building, 2:50 p.m.; arrive Carlsons' Corner, Graceville, 3:10 p.m.; arrive Johnson Gro- cery, 3:30 p.m.; arrive junction highways, 4 and 21, 3:45 p.m.; arrive Ortonville Senior Citizens Center, 4:10 p.m. Route 4 [City of Ortonville] Start downtown--school bus garage, noon; Dahle Addition, 12:10 p.m.; Peninsula, 12:20 p.m.; Northridge Residence, 12:30 p.m.; United Methodist Church, 12:40 p.m.; corner of Jefferson and Orchard St., 12:45 p.m.; Lakeside Apartments, 12:50 p.m.; Red Owl store, 12:55 p.m.; King Koin Launder- ette, 1 p.m.; Senior Citizens Center, 1:05 p.m. Return from downtown-Sen- ior Citizens Center, 2:50 p.m.; King Koin Launderette, 2:55 p.m.; Red Owl, 3 p.m.; Lake- side Apartments, 3:05 p.m.; Jefferson-5th, 3:10 p.m.; Methodist Church, 3:15 p.m.; Northridge, 3:20 p.m.; Penin- sula, 3:30 p.m.; Dahle Addition, 3:40 p.m. . Route 5 [City of Ortouville] Start downtown-Trinity Luth- eran Church, 1:15 p.m.; East- side Grocery, 1:20 p.m.; Corner 4th St. SE and Atlantic Ave., 1:25 p.m.; Holiday station, 1:30 p.m.; Theatre of Seasons Care, 1:35 p.m.; corner Bunyan and Oak St., 1:40 p.m.; Red Owl, 1:45 p.m.; Lakeside Apart- ments, 1:50 p.m.; King Koin, 1:55 p.m.; Senior Citizens Cen- ter, 2 p.m. Return from downtown--Sen- ior Citizens Center, 3:50 p.m.; King Koin, 3:55 p.m.; Lakeside Apartments, 4 p.m.; Red Owl, 4:05 p.m.; Bunyan-Oake St., 4:15 p.m.; Theatre of Seasons, 4:20 p.m.; Holiday, 4:2,5 p.m.; 4th St. SE-Atlantic, 4:30 p.m.; Eastside Grocery, 4:35 p.m.; Senior Citizens Center, 3 p,m.; Trinity Church, 4:40 p.m.; arrive junction 25 and 10, 3:25 schoolbusjgarage, 4:45 p.m. Area Directors Elected Wed., Feb. 11 ORTONVILLE - Italian spa- ghetti, Tossed salad, Choice of dressing, French bread, Chilled diced pears, % pt. milk ODESSA - Hamburger on bun, French fries, Corn, Vege- table sticks, Chocolate chip cookies, z pt. milk (Mrs. Mor- rison's Rm.) Thurs., Feb. 12 ORTONVILIJ - Baked bread- ed chicken, Whipped potatoes with gravy, Buttered carrots, Bread and butter, Jewel jello, z pt. milk ODESSA - Tuna hot dish, Lettuce salad with dressing, At. Annual DHI Meeti Dean Olson of Dawsond Darwin Zahrbock of Clintoh- were re-elected to the Board of Directors of the Big Stone/Lac qui Parle Dairy Herd Improve- ment Ass'n. at their Annual Meeting. The meeting was held last Monday evening, Feb. 9, at Club 7-75. Sixty-five individuals attended. The DHI Ass'n. has 32 herds with a total of 1,516 dairy cows enrolled. That's up from 21 herds and 940 cows at the end of 1978, according to John Cunningham, Big Stone County Extension Director. Vegetable sticks, Meat or pea-  Other Directors are Paul nut butter sand., Sauce, z pt. Baldwin, Madison; David Jor- milk genson, Clinton; and Don Thy- Fri., Feb. 13 n'dan, Ortonviile. ORTONVILLE - California , Gary Siegford, of the State hamburger with fixings, Potato  DHI Ass'n., discussed activities chips, Orange slices, % pt. milk of the State Ass'n. Barbetta ) BOARD OF DIRECTORS of the Big Stone/Lac Qui Pade DHI Ass'n are David Clinton, Secretary-Treasurec Dean Olson, Dawson, Vice President; Paul Baldwin, ODESSA - Spaghetti & sauce, French bread, Vegetable sticks, Lettuce with dressing, Choco- late fudgesicle, % pt. milk Man., Feb. 16 NO SCHOOL Tues., Feb. 17 ORTONVILLE Grilled cheese, Tomato soup, Crackers, Sweet pickles, Sliced peaches, pt. milk ODESSA - French toast with butter, Hot syrup, Baked ham, Vegetable sticks, Corn, Sauce, pt. milk Wed., Feb. 18 ORTONVIIA,E - Chicken com- mercial, Whipped potatoes, But- tered peas, Cranberry cup, Raised sugar doughnut, z pt. milk ODESSA - Creamed potatoes, Buttered vegetables, Vegetable sticks, Meat or peanut butter sand., Bars,  pt. milk Welch, local Ass'n. Supervisor, reported on Ass'n activities. A large number of door prizes were provided by area busi- nesses. Donors were: Farmers Cop Elevator, Clinton; Clinton State Bank, Clinton; Veblen Cheese, Veblen, S.D.; Big Stone Cheese Factory, Big Stone City, S.D.; L#rsen Implement, Madison; Overby John Deere Implement, Madison; Case Power & Equip- ment, Madison; Lund Imple- ment, Madison; Inter-Lake Co- op Creamery, Browns Valley; Northwestern State Bank, Ap- pleton; Wiilmar Surge, Will- mar; Madison Milling Co., Madison; ABS Breeding, Apple- ton; Dawson Veterinary Clinic, Dawson; Milbank Veterinary Clinic, Milbank, S.D.; Dakota East, Brookings, S.D.; Milbank Surge Service, Milbank, S.D.; President; Darwin Zahrbock, Clinton and Don Thymian, Orlonville. There presently are cows from 32 dairy herds enrolled in the Ass'n. Farmers Coop Elevator, Daw- son; Klein National Bank, Mad- ison; Dawson Grain, Inc., Daw- son; PCA, Madison; and AMPI, Clarkfield. Dear Sirs: Our former hostages have come home! The American in- volvement in getting them freed has been great. The hospitality and warm welcome our nation bestowed upon them has not only been touching, but it also shows we have some patriot- ism instilled in us. Now here's a question of controversy. How many MIA's and PaW's from the Vietnam War are unaccounted for? Do we really have some Americans imprisoned in Vietnam? If so, why isn't our govern- ment taking a firm stand on the matter? Our media has given the Iranian hostag e crisis an ample amount of attention. Why hasn't more attention been focused on the Vietnam sector, ff indeed there are Americans in Viet- nam? I've heard some ments, that a Vietnam is taking upon himseff, hey to attempt above. He is to be financially by a small fellow veterans. The above question answered. I feel I on behalf of our veter lation: "We must some power and answer the above Tom Rademacher Veterans Service Offic# Bellingham, MN 56212 CLASSIFIED BRING QUICK 3-DAY SALE FEB. 12-13-14 Use Norgas in combination or as an alternative. LP Gas might be your answer to rising fuel costs. There's less carbon"and gum build-ups thereby reducing engine maintenance. And you can be an "environmental hero" in your community because properly tuned LP Gas engines virtually eliminate polluting exhaust emissions. WE'LL PROVE IT. A FREE ECONOMIC ANALYSIS may show you how we can substantially reduce your fleet operating fuel costs. TWO ENGINES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE .. .WITH L P- GAS LP-gas carburetion increases engine life at least twice that using other fuels. That's just like getting two for the price of one. Why? Because LP-gas burns completely, cleanly. This eliminates carbon build-up, engine sludge and oil contamination. In turn, this means less  downtime...fewer tune-ups, fewer oil changes, fewer spark plug changes. It all adds up to greater operating efficiency. With all of these cost advantages, isn't it time you increased your fleet profits by converting to clean- burning, pollution-free LP-gas? 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