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inter :'Bread: Memories, SPRING OHS B-squad down Eagles, ' ra s TO LIFE! now at 17-1 for the season S[l d,t,on of a L,fet,me" contes Ortov,,,e 49. t0u' . . " host to the Lac qui Parle Valley Eagles Nate Thompson led all scorers with [] bYe got a bread-based recMe, Reqmrements: One story per person members of the Wheat Foods last Friday night in the OHS gym. It 17 points, two of two on thr -p pV i$.traa ". ased anecdote, or kids who Story must be original, unpublished Council, American Bakers was an attempt to avenge their only ers. Andy Ross hit three tr es r '10 rd,thls may be your chance to win and feature traditions surrounding Association and Spina Bifida loss of the season earlier in January. finished with 11 points ; J , znsoneof$10,O00 in prize money ands ,tii?l: white bread, white rolls and/or white Association" their divisions sub-Daffodil As usual, it was very competitive andThe game was tied 22-22 at half- sprainedaSsists" RossWiegmanretUnankle and scored i It Ip 1 -18. "losa.me time help raise money for buns Stories must be typed (minimum sidiaries or affiliates; their advertisin extremely physical match-up, lineup after a three game hiat  teres! Plna Bifida Association of 12-point font size) or printed on 81/2" or oromotional aeencies" members of LQP/]ca - a nonprofit organization by 11" white paper and should not immediate families; anl individuals time and 36-36 after three quarters, and grabbed nine rebounds. T L ald rn.'te.d to raising public awareness exceed two pages (multiple pages involved in the creation of food or Days Then, in the fourth quarter, AndyRoss Radermacher added sev, pc t as na cord birth defects and the must be stapled together) Entrant s recipes for money such as chefs and and Nate Thompson combined for Travis Beckn an six, To M  .E,, 0r research to prevent birth name, address, telephone number and professional writers/editors, three three-pointers in as many pos- three, and Dan Rausch two. S  fi" Y., story title must be in upper right-hand All entries become property of the sessions to stretch out a double digit With only Ir ai i yedl!Jat s more, top entries from each corner of first page Wheat Foods Council a'nd'wil] not be lead. Ortonville tr i: k, ; nine T.categories will be reprinted in Category Three: Bread Drawings- returned. All entries may be used for However, LQPV continued to bat- today, Tuesd ] l 4 Feb.r, let that will be available to the Make it a family affair by encourag- advertising/publicity or other purpos- tle and got within four points. The Thursday, anc in it ( Js w  for a small fee. Details about ing children to send in their drawings es without compensation to contes- Trojans then hit most of their key free Feb. 23. Th, I t a '. : Uni klet will be ava!lable on the of favorite meals featuring white tants, and contestants waive all rights throws down the stretch and came record. will ! It Foods Council s web site bread, white rolls and/or white buns to their recipes. Sponsors will not be away with a seven point victory 56- tball .Wheatfoods.org) in March Prizes: ,First place $2,000 savings responsible for lost, late, illegible, , ', '1 ..... placer' le.toledeSnefr(h e sSaOBfie bond "SlCrnlPlea$1saOving:ngc] etilea:edil r ntOtbenneSsidandd.Sdo Letters Policy elation of America and its objec- t( 5 Lr t gory One: Favorite Recipes - nt Emma oass alon her recipe le best turke'y dressin-g this side e Atlantic9 If she did, send it to 're looking tbr unpublished, "baSed recipes that bring back lnernories of fun times with .otes. 2 !Zes: ,First place: $ ,000 place: $1,000 ,Third place: )lequirements: ,One recipe per n... 'Recipes must be original, !tShed and use sliced white '1 eh bread, white rolls and/or lbuns as an ingredient ,,,I.,;T 'pes must be typed 'or printed g .=,1 ul by 11 ' white paper (multiple ay v/t faust be stapled together) and .......... right-hand corner of first page gory Two: Stories of a 'lood and its preparation go :  atisfying hunger pangs - they e family traditions that bring ile Share your warm memo- us by submitting stories that I why and how white bread, rOlls and/or white buns have part of your special times ed ones : "First place $2,000 .Seconu $t,000 .Third place $350 17 points, two of two on three-point- Andy Ross hit three triples and points and five assists. Ross Wiegman returned to the lineup after a three game hiatu,; with a sprained ankle and scored 10 points Tanner Radermacher added seven points, Travis Beckman six, Tony Mosey With only three games remaining, Ortonville travels to Milbank, SD today, Tuesday Feb. 16, hosts KMS The B-squad holds a 17-1 Requirements: .One drawing per child .Drawing must be original, unpublished, and feature white sand- wich bread, white rolls and/or white buns drawn, painted or printed on an 81/2" by 11" sheet of white paper Include entrant's name, address, tele- phone number and age in upper right- hand corner on back of page A letter giving parental permission for the child to participate in contest must be clearly written or typed, signed and attached to the drawing with a paper clip Judging Criteria/Judges-Culinary professionals will judge recipes on taste, convenience and originality Professional food writers will judge stories on originality and content, and professionals within the graphics arts industry will judge the drawings on originality and content Official Contest Rules-All entries should be mailed to Bread Contest NMK 2405 Grand Bivd, #700, Kansas City, MO 64108-2522, and postmarked no later than February 27 1999 to be eligible. For a winners' list, send a self-addressed, stamped enve- lope to the address shown above. Recipe and story contest is open to U S legal residents 18 years and older. Drawing contest is open to US legal residents 17 years and younger. Contest is not open to Employees and receive prizes, winners will be noti- fied in advance and required to sign an agreement allowing the Wheat Foods Council to use the recipes, sto- ries and drawings in publicity materi- als. Contest is void where prohibited by law. All federal, state and local taxes are the winners' sole responsi- bility. For more information, contact Nabeeha M Kazi at 816-474-9407, ext 264 The Wheat Foods Council, head- quartered in Englewood, Colo, is a nonprofit organization that promotes increased consumption of grain-based food through nutrition, education and promotional programs. Council mem- bers include millers, bakers, cereal, cracker, tortilla and pasta manufactur- ers, and producer groups, including the Minnesota Wheat Research and Promotion Council, which funds the WFC through the wheat checkoff Contact: Nabeeha M. Kazi, Wheat Foods Council publicity, 816-474- 9407, ext 264. Thursday, and finish up at Wheaton on Finke on list Brandon Finke of Ortonville, was named to the dean's list at Hamline University's College of Liberal Arts for the fall term of the 1998-99 academic year. Finke is the son of Dale and Sharon Finke of Ortonville. March 16-22 AMERICAN CnNCER. SOCIETY Letters to the editor discussing community issues are encouraged. Letter writers should be aware that The Independent reserves the right to edit and-or condense letters for print. The paper also reserves the right not to publish letters that are unsuitable or for which it might be held legally liable. Letters should contain the writer's printed or typed name, signature, address and telephone number. Addresses and telephone numbers will not be published. Letter writers are asked to limit themselves to one letter per month. Please keep letter brief, preferably not over 350 words and to the point. '1 Ortonville Area Jaycee Shooter's Education will be held for boys and girls, ages 8-14 3 Monday Nights Feb. 22, March 1 and March 8 7:00 to 8:30 PM Jaycee Hall, Main Street Big Stone City, SD BB GUNS TARGETS Cooperation with Daisy Mfg. at's entertainment , RATED TRY USttt SIOUX HISTORIC PAVILION SKATING STARTS This Friday, Feb. 19th 7:00 to 9:00 PM - $4..00 Adm. All ages welcome! S. HWY. 15 MILBANK, SD PH. 605-432-4421 one hot meal at one great dull Mum'y in and enjoy the deliciou Chicken tip Ba_cket. MILLER LITE SlOO Bacardi or Bacardi Limon S iir:l,11 3:00 PM START TIME Draw Doubles - 125% Payback $5.00 per person TOP 3 PLACES CALL 320-568-2120 turda. February, 20th  Chth Cook-Off at 3:00 P.M. - 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place Winners Enter by calling (320) 5652120 PIE and COFFEE ............ 99 = Sour Cream Apple, Coconut Cream, Caramel Cream SERVING WEDNESDAY STARTING AT 2:30 P.M. Belgian Waffle ............ '1,99 Served with Hot Cinnamon Apples, Topping and Whipped Cream Open 6:00 AM to 11:30 PM - Food Orders Taken Until 11:00 P.M. Hilltop's Theatre of Seasons Cafe I-FW'YS. 75 & 12 ORTONVILLE, MN (320) 839-2233 Open 7 Days a Week from 6:00 AM to 11:30 PM TUES., FEB. 16 ] EVENING SPECIAL BBQ RIBS 1st Dinner Reg. Price 2nd Dinner for $1.00 WITH COUPON ONLY No redeemable with gift certificate or any other coupon. THURS.,FEB. IS ] EVENING SPECIAL g I Steak Cubes: 1st Dinner Reg. Price 2rid Dinner for $1.00 WITH COUPON ONLY Not redeemable with gift certificate or any other coupon ] L. FIESTA ROOM :b. 16, 1999  INDEPENDENT Page 7 inter :'Bread: Memories, SPRING OHS B-squad down Eagles, ' ra s TO LIFE! now at 17-1 for the season S[l d,t,on of a L,fet,me" contes Ortov,,,e 49. t0u' . . " host to the Lac qui Parle Valley Eagles Nate Thompson led all scorers with [] bYe got a bread-based recMe, Reqmrements: One story per person members of the Wheat Foods last Friday night in the OHS gym. It 17 points, two of two on thr -p pV i$.traa ". ased anecdote, or kids who Story must be original, unpublished Council, American Bakers was an attempt to avenge their only ers. Andy Ross hit three tr es r '10 rd,thls may be your chance to win and feature traditions surrounding Association and Spina Bifida loss of the season earlier in January. finished with 11 points ; J , znsoneof$10,O00 in prize money ands ,tii?l: white bread, white rolls and/or white Association" their divisions sub-Daffodil As usual, it was very competitive andThe game was tied 22-22 at half- sprainedaSsists" RossWiegmanretUnankle and scored i It Ip 1 -18. "losa.me time help raise money for buns Stories must be typed (minimum sidiaries or affiliates; their advertisin extremely physical match-up, lineup after a three game hiat  teres! Plna Bifida Association of 12-point font size) or printed on 81/2" or oromotional aeencies" members of LQP/]ca - a nonprofit organization by 11" white paper and should not immediate families; anl individuals time and 36-36 after three quarters, and grabbed nine rebounds. T L ald rn.'te.d to raising public awareness exceed two pages (multiple pages involved in the creation of food or Days Then, in the fourth quarter, AndyRoss Radermacher added sev, pc t as na cord birth defects and the must be stapled together) Entrant s recipes for money such as chefs and and Nate Thompson combined for Travis Beckn an six, To M  .E,, 0r research to prevent birth name, address, telephone number and professional writers/editors, three three-pointers in as many pos- three, and Dan Rausch two. S  fi" Y., story title must be in upper right-hand All entries become property of the sessions to stretch out a double digit With only Ir ai i yedl!Jat s more, top entries from each corner of first page Wheat Foods Council a'nd'wil] not be lead. Ortonville tr i: k, ; nine T.categories will be reprinted in Category Three: Bread Drawings- returned. All entries may be used for However, LQPV continued to bat- today, Tuesd ] l 4 Feb.r, let that will be available to the Make it a family affair by encourag- advertising/publicity or other purpos- tle and got within four points. The Thursday, anc in it ( Js w  for a small fee. Details about ing children to send in their drawings es without compensation to contes- Trojans then hit most of their key free Feb. 23. Th, I t a '. : Uni klet will be ava!lable on the of favorite meals featuring white tants, and contestants waive all rights throws down the stretch and came record. will ! It Foods Council s web site bread, white rolls and/or white buns to their recipes. Sponsors will not be away with a seven point victory 56- tball .Wheatfoods.org) in March Prizes: ,First place $2,000 savings responsible for lost, late, illegible, , ', '1 ..... placer' le.toledeSnefr(h e sSaOBfie bond "SlCrnlPlea$1saOving:ngc] etilea:edil r ntOtbenneSsidandd.Sdo Letters Policy elation of America and its objec- t( 5 Lr t gory One: Favorite Recipes - nt Emma oass alon her recipe le best turke'y dressin-g this side e Atlantic9 If she did, send it to 're looking tbr unpublished, "baSed recipes that bring back lnernories of fun times with .otes. 2 !Zes: ,First place: $ ,000 place: $1,000 ,Third place: )lequirements: ,One recipe per n... 'Recipes must be original, !tShed and use sliced white '1 eh bread, white rolls and/or lbuns as an ingredient ,,,I.,;T 'pes must be typed 'or printed g .=,1 ul by 11 ' white paper (multiple ay v/t faust be stapled together) and .......... right-hand corner of first page gory Two: Stories of a 'lood and its preparation go :  atisfying hunger pangs - they e family traditions that bring ile Share your warm memo- us by submitting stories that I why and how white bread, rOlls and/or white buns have part of your special times ed ones : "First place $2,000 .Seconu $t,000 .Third place $350 17 points, two of two on three-point- Andy Ross hit three triples and points and five assists. Ross Wiegman returned to the lineup after a three game hiatu,; with a sprained ankle and scored 10 points Tanner Radermacher added seven points, Travis Beckman six, Tony Mosey With only three games remaining, Ortonville travels to Milbank, SD today, Tuesday Feb. 16, hosts KMS The B-squad holds a 17-1 Requirements: .One drawing per child .Drawing must be original, unpublished, and feature white sand- wich bread, white rolls and/or white buns drawn, painted or printed on an 81/2" by 11" sheet of white paper Include entrant's name, address, tele- phone number and age in upper right- hand corner on back of page A letter giving parental permission for the child to participate in contest must be clearly written or typed, signed and attached to the drawing with a paper clip Judging Criteria/Judges-Culinary professionals will judge recipes on taste, convenience and originality Professional food writers will judge stories on originality and content, and professionals within the graphics arts industry will judge the drawings on originality and content Official Contest Rules-All entries should be mailed to Bread Contest NMK 2405 Grand Bivd, #700, Kansas City, MO 64108-2522, and postmarked no later than February 27 1999 to be eligible. For a winners' list, send a self-addressed, stamped enve- lope to the address shown above. Recipe and story contest is open to U S legal residents 18 years and older. Drawing contest is open to US legal residents 17 years and younger. Contest is not open to Employees and receive prizes, winners will be noti- fied in advance and required to sign an agreement allowing the Wheat Foods Council to use the recipes, sto- ries and drawings in publicity materi- als. Contest is void where prohibited by law. All federal, state and local taxes are the winners' sole responsi- bility. For more information, contact Nabeeha M Kazi at 816-474-9407, ext 264 The Wheat Foods Council, head- quartered in Englewood, Colo, is a nonprofit organization that promotes increased consumption of grain-based food through nutrition, education and promotional programs. Council mem- bers include millers, bakers, cereal, cracker, tortilla and pasta manufactur- ers, and producer groups, including the Minnesota Wheat Research and Promotion Council, which funds the WFC through the wheat checkoff Contact: Nabeeha M. Kazi, Wheat Foods Council publicity, 816-474- 9407, ext 264. Thursday, and finish up at Wheaton on Finke on list Brandon Finke of Ortonville, was named to the dean's list at Hamline University's College of Liberal Arts for the fall term of the 1998-99 academic year. Finke is the son of Dale and Sharon Finke of Ortonville. March 16-22 AMERICAN CnNCER. SOCIETY Letters to the editor discussing community issues are encouraged. Letter writers should be aware that The Independent reserves the right to edit and-or condense letters for print. The paper also reserves the right not to publish letters that are unsuitable or for which it might be held legally liable. Letters should contain the writer's printed or typed name, signature, address and telephone number. Addresses and telephone numbers will not be published. Letter writers are asked to limit themselves to one letter per month. Please keep letter brief, preferably not over 350 words and to the point. '1 Ortonville Area Jaycee Shooter's Education will be held for boys and girls, ages 8-14 3 Monday Nights Feb. 22, March 1 and March 8 7:00 to 8:30 PM Jaycee Hall, Main Street Big Stone City, SD BB GUNS TARGETS Cooperation with Daisy Mfg. at's entertainment , RATED TRY USttt SIOUX HISTORIC PAVILION SKATING STARTS This Friday, Feb. 19th 7:00 to 9:00 PM - $4..00 Adm. All ages welcome! S. HWY. 15 MILBANK, SD PH. 605-432-4421 one hot meal at one great dull Mum'y in and enjoy the deliciou Chicken tip Ba_cket. MILLER LITE SlOO Bacardi or Bacardi Limon S iir:l,11 3:00 PM START TIME Draw Doubles - 125% Payback $5.00 per person TOP 3 PLACES CALL 320-568-2120 turda. February, 20th  Chth Cook-Off at 3:00 P.M. - 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place Winners Enter by calling (320) 5652120 PIE and COFFEE ............ 99 = Sour Cream Apple, Coconut Cream, Caramel Cream SERVING WEDNESDAY STARTING AT 2:30 P.M. Belgian Waffle ............ '1,99 Served with Hot Cinnamon Apples, Topping and Whipped Cream Open 6:00 AM to 11:30 PM - Food Orders Taken Until 11:00 P.M. Hilltop's Theatre of Seasons Cafe I-FW'YS. 75 & 12 ORTONVILLE, MN (320) 839-2233 Open 7 Days a Week from 6:00 AM to 11:30 PM TUES., FEB. 16 ] EVENING SPECIAL BBQ RIBS 1st Dinner Reg. Price 2nd Dinner for $1.00 WITH COUPON ONLY No redeemable with gift certificate or any other coupon. THURS.,FEB. IS ] EVENING SPECIAL g I Steak Cubes: 1st Dinner Reg. Price 2rid Dinner for $1.00 WITH COUPON ONLY Not redeemable with gift certificate or any other coupon ] L. FIESTA ROOM :b. 16, 1999  INDEPENDENT Page 7