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"Post" drops t' Copy this week from long- mac reader and former resident H.O. "Burt" Price, Who winters in the South and Semmers in Washington: 'Enjoy your small worlder reports Would like to share two with you. urnmer I had an insurance claim to a credit card. The credit Iployee mentioned that she had moved from Moorhead. I her if she know where was and she replied that her was Dr. Homer last week when checking in round of golf (temperature about 45) we noted a fellow shirt and shorts. Someone he must be from Minnesota fellow ahead of me said 'Tm I am not in shorts". I him if he knew where Lie was and he replied that his the John Deere Agency in for • years. Didn't get his but the last was Jurgens. Christmas I found out relatives in Ortonville that Unaware of. Enclosed is the from a book written by my ther Herman Hauer. ill note his address was le. He was my Grandmother's Otto Price) and also the of Mrs. Art Saeger. You bly recall Art had the Red Owl in the 30's. The book was and was only recently translated by my sister and had lunch with two 1944 Lois Rothwell and Connie Sign of age I forgot their names. We had hoped Don it. ing low on Hobo Soup but it last until next summer on visiting Minnesota the paper, especially the Odds and Ends, even though I recognize fewer and fewer names. Continue the good work." Burr continues with the following forward authored by A. Hauer: FORWARD Something for me and everything for you .... Dear Reader: What you find in this Booklet are memories from my life - mostly inside experiences - I try to combine with God's Word - to write about them. My hope is, that every Christian be happy and that I wake up some sleeping conscience in you, so it be a healing to yourself and in Honor of the Trinity God. Most books are written after a person passes on, but since I have been crippled for the last ten years - due to an illness- and through it I experienced a lot and recognized the healing power and the truth, and constantly had on my mind that my last hour was near, and tell this evil world goodbye. For the ones I leave behind, I like to write down - what my life was like - Poems and Short Stories, Songs, and also letters to different family friends and pastors. So, I want to get my thoughts together: Lord, help and teach me and let me write down the words according to your will, so they may be heard loud and clear like a trumpet, so the readers not only open their ears, but also their hearts and hunger and thirst for the pureness and righteousness of God's word. Since I know and experienced, Dear Reader - What Christ is saying, 'that man should not live by bread alone", I like to remind you about the fiords of the Apostle Paul to the Romans... Amen. H. Hauer Ortonviile, Minnesota WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS! I Print Almost " 00Letterheads Cards I{i)] MINNWEST BANK Ortonville Independent 29 NW Second Street • Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone (612) 839-6163 WINTER LEARANC/00 at The Yardstick Fabric Shop 25% 0 ALL llannel T-Shirt Knits, Ribbing, tleeee (Sweatshirt, North Pole), Christmas Prints and Panels rriuing Soon7 Now In/ MN 320-839-3334 leb, 16, 1999 What's new in crops meetings "What's New in Crops" meetings are scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 24th at the Hi Way Inn Cafe in Correll at 1 p.m. and on Friday, Feb. 26th at the Milan Legion at 9:30 a.m. and Boyd City Hall at 1 p.m. Topics include: * Economics of crop production * New sprayer nozzles and drift retardant additives for spraying Round Up * Crop outlook and projected planting intentions * New corn and soybean herbicides * Potential alternative crops * Cash rent survey results * Marketing strategies * New wheat and soybean varieties * Manure management plans Inforzato to play football at SSU OHS senior Tom Inforzato was among the 25 players announced by Southwest State University head foot- ball coach Ron Flowers to have signed national letters of intent to play foot- ball next season at SSU. Inforzato, a 5'I0", 175 pound run- ning back, was among the recruiting class featuring 16 Minnesota players, seven from Iowa, and one from South Dakota. Library meet The Pioneerland Library System Board will meet on Thursday, Feb. 18, 1999, 7:30 p.m. at Kandiyohi County Health & Human Services Building, 1900 Hwy 294 NE, Willmar. OHS Post-Prom meet Feb. 21st An OHS Post Prom Meeting will be held Feb. 21st at 7 p.m. in the H.S. Commons Area. All Junior and Senior parents are asked to attend. ilU lUl i lU PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE ii i , SCHOOL, .... BOARD !:.::- MEMBERS: The Money Manager CD You can change your rate during the term of CD. 2.47 48-59 months ...... 2s 60 months ...... 3 The Money Manager CD You can add upto the original anytime The Money Manager CD You can to 50% Three unique features - one valuable CD. Call today for details. MINNWEST BANK (320) 839-2568 Ortonv Substantial penally f0r early withdrawal Merr FDIC Crop loss disaster program In October, legislation was passed to authorize disaster assistance for either a 1998 single-year loss or for losses that occurred in 3 of 5 years 1994-1998. This program is a two part pro- gram. Producers can receive benefits for either the single year loss or the multi-year loss. If producers had a loss under both programs they should apply for both and benefits will be paid on the most advantages program. Crop eligibility is different for the two options, First we will explain the multi year program. The only crops that are eligible for this option are crops that were insured and received benefits 3 out of the 5 years 1994-1998. The Risk Management Agency has sent out let- ters to producers who would qualify under this option. Also, Our office is going to receive a listing and all crop information concerning the losses for each producer who had losses in three years. The loss is not crop specific. Producers do not have to provide any production information when making application, as we will have this infor- mation. Benefits will be an additional payment of 25% of what has been paid on insurance benefits. The 1998 single year loss program is for insured crops, non-insured crops and uninsurable crops. 1998 crops with losses in excess of 35 percent of the expected production are eligible for 1998 single year bene- fits. The loss will be calculated on a unit bases and not by FSA established farms. Units consist of all land owned and cash rented land as one unit and if land is share rented each share rent agreement is a separate unit. Prevented planted land is eligible on its own, we do not need to take all the production harvested from the same unit to make the prevented planted land eligible. A producer must have evidence of intent to plant the crop which may include preexisting docu- ments such as input cost records for seed, fertilizer, etc. to be eligible for prevented planting. For crops that were insured and insurance benefits were paid we will also have all the required pi'oduction information, the same as the multi- year option. Payment rates for 1998 will be 65% of the county price for insured and non-insurable crops and 60% for non-insured crops. No payments will be made at the time of sign-up. Congress approved a set dollar amount for each option and if applica- tions exceed the money available, a payment factor will apply. This is why payments will be made some time after the sign-up ends March 12, 1999. Producers who qualify for pay- ment will be required to purchase crop insurance m both 1999 and 2000 if they did not have all insurable crops insured in 1998. A one time premium discount will apply on buy-up insur- ance coverage for 1999 crops. Sign-up runs through March 12, 1999. Do NOT wait till the last couple days to apply as no late filed applica- tions will be eligible. I lllll IIIII1' II THINK "ABOUT ] II II II II I I I I I I I ENVIRONMENT eds INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY Ortonviile Buy a DIRECTV System, subscribe to Total Choice ฎ PLATINUM from Pegasus Satellite Television, activate USSB,and get over $200 in FREE programming. • Access to over 225 channels including your favorite cable networks, STARZ!, Encore and morel • Premium movie channels including HBO, Showtime, Cinemax and more! • The most choices in regular season sports! • Up to 55 pay per view movies every night! $xperleace the ultimate in heine entertainment. Contact your local DIRECTW dealer or call 800-405-3727 PEGASUS SATELLITE TELEVISION Big Stone Cellular Ortonville, MN 320-839-3264 * 888-839-3265 Bob's TV Milhank, SD 605-432-6491 00INDEPENDENT Page 5 "Post" drops t' Copy this week from long- mac reader and former resident H.O. "Burt" Price, Who winters in the South and Semmers in Washington: 'Enjoy your small worlder reports Would like to share two with you. urnmer I had an insurance claim to a credit card. The credit Iployee mentioned that she had moved from Moorhead. I her if she know where was and she replied that her was Dr. Homer last week when checking in round of golf (temperature about 45) we noted a fellow shirt and shorts. Someone he must be from Minnesota fellow ahead of me said 'Tm I am not in shorts". I him if he knew where Lie was and he replied that his the John Deere Agency in for • years. Didn't get his but the last was Jurgens. Christmas I found out relatives in Ortonville that Unaware of. Enclosed is the from a book written by my ther Herman Hauer. ill note his address was le. He was my Grandmother's Otto Price) and also the of Mrs. Art Saeger. You bly recall Art had the Red Owl in the 30's. The book was and was only recently translated by my sister and had lunch with two 1944 Lois Rothwell and Connie Sign of age I forgot their names. We had hoped Don it. ing low on Hobo Soup but it last until next summer on visiting Minnesota the paper, especially the Odds and Ends, even though I recognize fewer and fewer names. Continue the good work." Burr continues with the following forward authored by A. Hauer: FORWARD Something for me and everything for you .... Dear Reader: What you find in this Booklet are memories from my life - mostly inside experiences - I try to combine with God's Word - to write about them. My hope is, that every Christian be happy and that I wake up some sleeping conscience in you, so it be a healing to yourself and in Honor of the Trinity God. Most books are written after a person passes on, but since I have been crippled for the last ten years - due to an illness- and through it I experienced a lot and recognized the healing power and the truth, and constantly had on my mind that my last hour was near, and tell this evil world goodbye. For the ones I leave behind, I like to write down - what my life was like - Poems and Short Stories, Songs, and also letters to different family friends and pastors. So, I want to get my thoughts together: Lord, help and teach me and let me write down the words according to your will, so they may be heard loud and clear like a trumpet, so the readers not only open their ears, but also their hearts and hunger and thirst for the pureness and righteousness of God's word. Since I know and experienced, Dear Reader - What Christ is saying, 'that man should not live by bread alone", I like to remind you about the fiords of the Apostle Paul to the Romans... Amen. H. Hauer Ortonviile, Minnesota WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS! I Print Almost " 00Letterheads Cards I{i)] MINNWEST BANK Ortonville Independent 29 NW Second Street • Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone (612) 839-6163 WINTER LEARANC/00 at The Yardstick Fabric Shop 25% 0 ALL llannel T-Shirt Knits, Ribbing, tleeee (Sweatshirt, North Pole), Christmas Prints and Panels rriuing Soon7 Now In/ MN 320-839-3334 leb, 16, 1999 What's new in crops meetings "What's New in Crops" meetings are scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 24th at the Hi Way Inn Cafe in Correll at 1 p.m. and on Friday, Feb. 26th at the Milan Legion at 9:30 a.m. and Boyd City Hall at 1 p.m. Topics include: * Economics of crop production * New sprayer nozzles and drift retardant additives for spraying Round Up * Crop outlook and projected planting intentions * New corn and soybean herbicides * Potential alternative crops * Cash rent survey results * Marketing strategies * New wheat and soybean varieties * Manure management plans Inforzato to play football at SSU OHS senior Tom Inforzato was among the 25 players announced by Southwest State University head foot- ball coach Ron Flowers to have signed national letters of intent to play foot- ball next season at SSU. Inforzato, a 5'I0", 175 pound run- ning back, was among the recruiting class featuring 16 Minnesota players, seven from Iowa, and one from South Dakota. Library meet The Pioneerland Library System Board will meet on Thursday, Feb. 18, 1999, 7:30 p.m. at Kandiyohi County Health & Human Services Building, 1900 Hwy 294 NE, Willmar. OHS Post-Prom meet Feb. 21st An OHS Post Prom Meeting will be held Feb. 21st at 7 p.m. in the H.S. Commons Area. All Junior and Senior parents are asked to attend. ilU lUl i lU PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE ii i , SCHOOL, .... BOARD !:.::- MEMBERS: The Money Manager CD You can change your rate during the term of CD. 2.47 48-59 months ...... 2s 60 months ...... 3 The Money Manager CD You can add upto the original anytime The Money Manager CD You can to 50% Three unique features - one valuable CD. Call today for details. MINNWEST BANK (320) 839-2568 Ortonv Substantial penally f0r early withdrawal Merr FDIC Crop loss disaster program In October, legislation was passed to authorize disaster assistance for either a 1998 single-year loss or for losses that occurred in 3 of 5 years 1994-1998. This program is a two part pro- gram. Producers can receive benefits for either the single year loss or the multi-year loss. If producers had a loss under both programs they should apply for both and benefits will be paid on the most advantages program. Crop eligibility is different for the two options, First we will explain the multi year program. The only crops that are eligible for this option are crops that were insured and received benefits 3 out of the 5 years 1994-1998. The Risk Management Agency has sent out let- ters to producers who would qualify under this option. Also, Our office is going to receive a listing and all crop information concerning the losses for each producer who had losses in three years. The loss is not crop specific. Producers do not have to provide any production information when making application, as we will have this infor- mation. Benefits will be an additional payment of 25% of what has been paid on insurance benefits. The 1998 single year loss program is for insured crops, non-insured crops and uninsurable crops. 1998 crops with losses in excess of 35 percent of the expected production are eligible for 1998 single year bene- fits. The loss will be calculated on a unit bases and not by FSA established farms. Units consist of all land owned and cash rented land as one unit and if land is share rented each share rent agreement is a separate unit. Prevented planted land is eligible on its own, we do not need to take all the production harvested from the same unit to make the prevented planted land eligible. A producer must have evidence of intent to plant the crop which may include preexisting docu- ments such as input cost records for seed, fertilizer, etc. to be eligible for prevented planting. For crops that were insured and insurance benefits were paid we will also have all the required pi'oduction information, the same as the multi- year option. Payment rates for 1998 will be 65% of the county price for insured and non-insurable crops and 60% for non-insured crops. No payments will be made at the time of sign-up. Congress approved a set dollar amount for each option and if applica- tions exceed the money available, a payment factor will apply. This is why payments will be made some time after the sign-up ends March 12, 1999. Producers who qualify for pay- ment will be required to purchase crop insurance m both 1999 and 2000 if they did not have all insurable crops insured in 1998. A one time premium discount will apply on buy-up insur- ance coverage for 1999 crops. Sign-up runs through March 12, 1999. Do NOT wait till the last couple days to apply as no late filed applica- tions will be eligible. I lllll IIIII1' II THINK "ABOUT ] II II II II I I I I I I I ENVIRONMENT eds INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY Ortonviile Buy a DIRECTV System, subscribe to Total Choice ฎ PLATINUM from Pegasus Satellite Television, activate USSB,and get over $200 in FREE programming. • Access to over 225 channels including your favorite cable networks, STARZ!, Encore and morel • Premium movie channels including HBO, Showtime, Cinemax and more! • The most choices in regular season sports! • Up to 55 pay per view movies every night! $xperleace the ultimate in heine entertainment. Contact your local DIRECTW dealer or call 800-405-3727 PEGASUS SATELLITE TELEVISION Big Stone Cellular Ortonville, MN 320-839-3264 * 888-839-3265 Bob's TV Milhank, SD 605-432-6491 00INDEPENDENT Page 5