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OHS Trojan wrestlers in action TIM FREEMAN is amon the younger Trojan wrestlers who Coach Joe Eustice says are "continuing to improve and showing a great deal of improvement by fighting to stay off their backs." WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS FOR THE 1998-99 SEASON, from left to right, are Joy Rudnick, Sarah Molden and Amber Bailey. CORY SCHMIEG, another of the Mat Men's younger wrestlers, takes his opponent to the mat. RICH RAFFETY, along with Trojans James Thompson and Jason Kellen, all picked up falls for the Ortonville team against Upsala and Melrose. 103 POUND JOE KARELS won by fall as the Trojans host Lacqui  Iarle Valley Friday, Feb. 5. 171 POUND JOSH SYKORA brought the Trojan Mat Men some big wins this season, including a 4-3 victory over Melrose's Anthony Fisher Feb. 4. Sykora also got the win in the Trojan's last home match against Lac qui Parle Feb. 5. Rosen news I By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Brian Schuelke of Lennox, SD spent the weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher attended the Grain Elevator Convention in Minneapolis Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 6. Tiffany, Tanner, Travis and Taylor Radermacher spent the weekend at the I home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wildung in Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Voikenant visited with Florence Rademacher and Katherine Karels at St. William's Home in Milbank on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 7. Friday, Feb. 5 afternoon visitors at the Mrs. Julie Henrich home were Betty Nygaard of Belview, WA and STEWART STONE, at 125 pounds, fights hard for the pin against Adam Hoppe of Melrose. .........  i ! I HEAVYWEIGHT BLAKE SCHMIEG fights for the pin. Schmie tied in a match against Melrose's Jason Waltzon Feb. 4 at 33 points apiece. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Schuelke of Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Karels and family of Breckenridge were weekend guests at the Raymond Karels home. Sunday, Feb. 7 afternoon and supper guests were Mrs. Pauline Karels, Scott and Sarah of Ortonville, Jerry Karels and son of Big Stone and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hoffman. Martin Millerbernd of Omaha, NE spent Friday, Jan. 29th until Monday, Feb. 1 at the home of Steve Millerbernd of St. Cloud was also a weekend visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd spent Monday and Tuesday visiting their daughter Debra in St. Paul and with her mother Mrs. Florence Juergens in Shakopee. TOO MUCH MONTH AT THE END OF YOUR MONEY?? _'FH[ G[N,TION CA'D - M. ZCl-II[ BAUMANH. "IT MUT BE (;OM{. YItD 0' M,tL ODEl [,r,.cis[ PlPOGM.GIANDPA DOS = IT [V[lC.3 TIME t,.4[ G[V$ TI-.IO.E LI]TL. :- WINDOW .NVILOPF.S." GREEN THUMB INC., ASSISTS MATURE INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE 5:5 AND OVER tN GAINING FULL & PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT! MUST MEET FINANCIAL GUIDELINES. ASK FOR HILDA AT 320-855-2440 EOE Dr. Gregory J. Peterson ' Specializing in Back, Neck and Extremity Care for the Entire Family. Phone 320-839-2323 OFFICE HOURS: Mon., Wed., Fri. 8i30-5:00; Tues. & Thurs. 8:30-12:00; Sat. by appointment 215 SE 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Office (320) 839-2323 Home (320) 839-6246 Page 4b 00INDEPENDENT Mrs. Florence Juergens of Shakopee is spending several weeks at the home of her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd. Allison Katherine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Adelman received the Sacrament of Baptism at St. Joseph's Church on Sunday, Feb. 7, 1999 with Father Bob Goblirsch officiating. Sponsors were Keith and Missy Adelman of Graceville and Duane and Pam Duerr of Luverne. Mr. and Mrs. Adelman entertained guests at their home in honor of their daughter's Baptism Tuesday evening home of Mrs. Rose Karels' Genevieve and Sister Milbank. Steve Millerbernd of spent Feb. 6 weekend at his parents Mr. and Millerbernd. Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Erin of Watertown were guests at the Edward Mr. and Mrs. M.J. visited Cora Kirchberg Nursing home on Tuesday Extension report Jean Kvois, County Extension Educator PAINT - Why Is It a Household Hazardous Waste? Paint contains solvents and metals that are poisonous to humans and the environment. When paint is disposed of improperly - the trash, down a drain or on the ground - these chemicals can contaminate lakes, rivers and ground water. For this reason, many trash collectors won't pick up cans of paint. What can I do with leftover paint? Use it up! If you can't use your leftover paint, give it to someone who can. Give your paint to: friends and neighbors, community service organizations, theater groups, parks, or recreation departments. How can I tell if my Paint is still good? Paint stays in good condition for a long time; oil-based paint for 15 years and latex paint for l0 years. As a general rule, paint that is labeled, fills about a third of its container, hasn't been frozen and thawed repeatedly and mixes when stirred can still be used. If your latex paint has been frozen, brush it on a newspaper. If there are no lumps, it hasn't been damaged and can be used. What if I can't find a way to use up my paint? Dry out your paint according to the directions below before placing it in the trash. Find a well-ventilated work area away from children, pets, open flames and rain. Locked screen porches and well- ventilated garages work well. Good ventilation is important when working with oil-based paints because fumes can be harmful to your health and a fire hazard. 2. Dry it out. For small quantities of paint - remove the lid and let the paint dry in the can. Stir the paint to speed drying. For larger quantities - brush paint in layers on newspaper or cardboard. Or, pour about one-inch layers of paint into a cardboard box lined with plastic,. Allow the paint to dry one layer at a time. Or, mix paint with "kitty litter," sawdust 0 cardboard box lined with let it dry. For paint that Pour the clear liquid on cardboard box lined with the liquid with an ec "kitty litter," or other material. Let the leftover bottom of the can dry out. 3. Discard the dried the dried paint, boxes, absorbent materials in the the lids off paint cans collectors will see that the and accept them. How long will this take? It will take between and several months - type and quantity of paint have. How can I avoid disposal problems? Be a careful consumer!l the amount of paint Y Measure the space you and ask hardware or personnel to help you amount. Use up leftover you buy more. Avoid exotic colors that you to use for another proj another coat to use up Store cans of leftover lid side down. Be sure closed. The paint will seal prevent hardening or damage. Store cans in 1 where the paint won't DATES TO February 1 - 24 - fruits February 18 - Educators' Meeting February 19-20 - Tween Unity Square in Milbank February 22 Cloverbuds session at Elementary School (3:15 February 23 - Training Extension Committee February 24 - Last day to sell fruit February 27 - RegionJ Bow Teama .................. is a seHou= infection caused by feveCOntaminated food. A persen.with Iistedosis r, muscle aches and gash'ointesHnal symptoms nausea or diarrhea. 250 people die frc;m it eo   P.A. is one of Min leading personal injury, Ilaw firms. We represent survivors. If you or a loved one has orracted you may be entitled to receive .valuable Call tclay for o  consultation. 1995 CHRYSLER LHS Loaded - Dual Power Seats - Pillow Leather - CD 51,000 Miles - JUST IN 1996 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX V6 - Loaded - 42,1300 Miles - Nice - JUST IN CALL 320-83 Hwy, 75 Ortonvllle, MN  Dusty Hills, Owner Tuesday, OHS Trojan wrestlers in action TIM FREEMAN is amon the younger Trojan wrestlers who Coach Joe Eustice says are "continuing to improve and showing a great deal of improvement by fighting to stay off their backs." WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS FOR THE 1998-99 SEASON, from left to right, are Joy Rudnick, Sarah Molden and Amber Bailey. CORY SCHMIEG, another of the Mat Men's younger wrestlers, takes his opponent to the mat. RICH RAFFETY, along with Trojans James Thompson and Jason Kellen, all picked up falls for the Ortonville team against Upsala and Melrose. 103 POUND JOE KARELS won by fall as the Trojans host Lacqui  Iarle Valley Friday, Feb. 5. 171 POUND JOSH SYKORA brought the Trojan Mat Men some big wins this season, including a 4-3 victory over Melrose's Anthony Fisher Feb. 4. Sykora also got the win in the Trojan's last home match against Lac qui Parle Feb. 5. Rosen news I By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Brian Schuelke of Lennox, SD spent the weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher attended the Grain Elevator Convention in Minneapolis Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 6. Tiffany, Tanner, Travis and Taylor Radermacher spent the weekend at the I home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wildung in Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Voikenant visited with Florence Rademacher and Katherine Karels at St. William's Home in Milbank on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 7. Friday, Feb. 5 afternoon visitors at the Mrs. Julie Henrich home were Betty Nygaard of Belview, WA and STEWART STONE, at 125 pounds, fights hard for the pin against Adam Hoppe of Melrose. .........  i ! I HEAVYWEIGHT BLAKE SCHMIEG fights for the pin. Schmie tied in a match against Melrose's Jason Waltzon Feb. 4 at 33 points apiece. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Schuelke of Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Karels and family of Breckenridge were weekend guests at the Raymond Karels home. Sunday, Feb. 7 afternoon and supper guests were Mrs. Pauline Karels, Scott and Sarah of Ortonville, Jerry Karels and son of Big Stone and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hoffman. Martin Millerbernd of Omaha, NE spent Friday, Jan. 29th until Monday, Feb. 1 at the home of Steve Millerbernd of St. Cloud was also a weekend visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd spent Monday and Tuesday visiting their daughter Debra in St. Paul and with her mother Mrs. Florence Juergens in Shakopee. TOO MUCH MONTH AT THE END OF YOUR MONEY?? _'FH[ G[N,TION CA'D - M. ZCl-II[ BAUMANH. "IT MUT BE (;OM{. YItD 0' M,tL ODEl [,r,.cis[ PlPOGM.GIANDPA DOS = IT [V[lC.3 TIME t,.4[ G[V$ TI-.IO.E LI]TL. :- WINDOW .NVILOPF.S." GREEN THUMB INC., ASSISTS MATURE INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE 5:5 AND OVER tN GAINING FULL & PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT! MUST MEET FINANCIAL GUIDELINES. ASK FOR HILDA AT 320-855-2440 EOE Dr. Gregory J. Peterson ' Specializing in Back, Neck and Extremity Care for the Entire Family. Phone 320-839-2323 OFFICE HOURS: Mon., Wed., Fri. 8i30-5:00; Tues. & Thurs. 8:30-12:00; Sat. by appointment 215 SE 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Office (320) 839-2323 Home (320) 839-6246 Page 4b 00INDEPENDENT Mrs. Florence Juergens of Shakopee is spending several weeks at the home of her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd. Allison Katherine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Adelman received the Sacrament of Baptism at St. Joseph's Church on Sunday, Feb. 7, 1999 with Father Bob Goblirsch officiating. Sponsors were Keith and Missy Adelman of Graceville and Duane and Pam Duerr of Luverne. Mr. and Mrs. Adelman entertained guests at their home in honor of their daughter's Baptism Tuesday evening home of Mrs. Rose Karels' Genevieve and Sister Milbank. Steve Millerbernd of spent Feb. 6 weekend at his parents Mr. and Millerbernd. Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Erin of Watertown were guests at the Edward Mr. and Mrs. M.J. visited Cora Kirchberg Nursing home on Tuesday Extension report Jean Kvois, County Extension Educator PAINT - Why Is It a Household Hazardous Waste? Paint contains solvents and metals that are poisonous to humans and the environment. When paint is disposed of improperly - the trash, down a drain or on the ground - these chemicals can contaminate lakes, rivers and ground water. For this reason, many trash collectors won't pick up cans of paint. What can I do with leftover paint? Use it up! If you can't use your leftover paint, give it to someone who can. Give your paint to: friends and neighbors, community service organizations, theater groups, parks, or recreation departments. How can I tell if my Paint is still good? Paint stays in good condition for a long time; oil-based paint for 15 years and latex paint for l0 years. As a general rule, paint that is labeled, fills about a third of its container, hasn't been frozen and thawed repeatedly and mixes when stirred can still be used. If your latex paint has been frozen, brush it on a newspaper. If there are no lumps, it hasn't been damaged and can be used. What if I can't find a way to use up my paint? Dry out your paint according to the directions below before placing it in the trash. Find a well-ventilated work area away from children, pets, open flames and rain. Locked screen porches and well- ventilated garages work well. Good ventilation is important when working with oil-based paints because fumes can be harmful to your health and a fire hazard. 2. Dry it out. For small quantities of paint - remove the lid and let the paint dry in the can. Stir the paint to speed drying. For larger quantities - brush paint in layers on newspaper or cardboard. Or, pour about one-inch layers of paint into a cardboard box lined with plastic,. Allow the paint to dry one layer at a time. Or, mix paint with "kitty litter," sawdust 0 cardboard box lined with let it dry. For paint that Pour the clear liquid on cardboard box lined with the liquid with an ec "kitty litter," or other material. Let the leftover bottom of the can dry out. 3. Discard the dried the dried paint, boxes, absorbent materials in the the lids off paint cans collectors will see that the and accept them. How long will this take? It will take between and several months - type and quantity of paint have. How can I avoid disposal problems? Be a careful consumer!l the amount of paint Y Measure the space you and ask hardware or personnel to help you amount. Use up leftover you buy more. Avoid exotic colors that you to use for another proj another coat to use up Store cans of leftover lid side down. Be sure closed. The paint will seal prevent hardening or damage. Store cans in 1 where the paint won't DATES TO February 1 - 24 - fruits February 18 - Educators' Meeting February 19-20 - Tween Unity Square in Milbank February 22 Cloverbuds session at Elementary School (3:15 February 23 - Training Extension Committee February 24 - Last day to sell fruit February 27 - RegionJ Bow Teama .................. is a seHou= infection caused by feveCOntaminated food. A persen.with Iistedosis r, muscle aches and gash'ointesHnal symptoms nausea or diarrhea. 250 people die frc;m it eo   P.A. is one of Min leading personal injury, Ilaw firms. We represent survivors. If you or a loved one has orracted you may be entitled to receive .valuable Call tclay for o  consultation. 1995 CHRYSLER LHS Loaded - Dual Power Seats - Pillow Leather - CD 51,000 Miles - JUST IN 1996 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX V6 - Loaded - 42,1300 Miles - Nice - JUST IN CALL 320-83 Hwy, 75 Ortonvllle, MN  Dusty Hills, Owner Tuesday,