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LOOK MA, I'M ON TV. Tanner Radermacher is shown concentrating on one of his fourth quarter free throws which helped OHS stay on top of Pillager. 1 INDEPENDENT WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESUITS! " [  Immunization clinics for April Countryside Public Health Service is sponsoring immunization clinics at the following times and places for the month of April: ORTONVILLE 47 NW 2nd St, #104 April I, 3 to 5 p.m. Consent forms for children under age 18 must be signed by a parent or guardian. Please bring the child's previous immunization record. There is a $14 fee per child per visit. If you are on Medical Assistance, G.A.M.C., or MinnesotaCare, please bring your current card to the clinic. Most major health plans cover the immunization costs, Immunization services given at the public clinic are not a substitute for a child's usual well child visit with his/her physician. Please call in advance to make arrangements for Varicella (chicken pox) vaccine OR to schedule an appointment for other than clinic times. OHS class of '72 seeking help Class of '72 is seeking help in finding the following classmates: Rick Fraser, Dan Miller, Linda Martinson, Edie Schmierbach, Harlan Monson. If you have any helpful information, please call Gwen Oswood at 320-839-3560 or Julie Homan at 605-432-1752. Mobile meals '! Mar. 25-29: Len and Barb Johnson, Alice Radermacher, Jean McCallum Apr. 1-5: Carol Newman, Red and A. LaCombe, Mary Worrall 03 l, ld rr ONCE AGAIN ... MANY THANKS Recent new and renewal sub- scribers to The Independent which we gratefully acknowledge with thanks for your loyalty: Harlan or Kris Tande Bernice Brown Marlys Johnson Jean Mersch Ducky Hedge Crookston Dorothy Pederson Don Hinneberg Marlys McCorkle Phyllis Wiik Karen Johnson Andrena McEwen Beulah Carlson Michael & Candice Kraemer Clifford Budgett Larry Pederson Keith Hoffman Darrell Tober Mrs. Edward Hutchinson Manville Schlieman Mrs. LeRoy Robertson Duane C. Hanson Barbara A. Fasani Mark Schroeder Francis Nitz Patrick Croatt Harry Olson Regina Schliep Shoan Loeschke Verna Scott Milton Jorgenson Margaret Johnson Agnes Thomson Nick Anderson Richard Thomson Molly's Beauty Shop Roger Nornes Elayne Fahigren Lynne Gutzman Wesley Strei Gary Spiekermeier Virginia Eivecrog Wilfred Tucholke Eleanor Johnson Ill I IlU Daffodil AAAAAAAAAAA TTTVVVVV DAFFODIL D-A-Y.S the flower of hope As chairperson of this year's American Cancer Society Daffodil Days, I would like to thank the Big Stone County area for their generosity and support. More than 900 bunches of daffodils were sold during the event The money raised for this event will be used for the American Cancer Society's research, education, advocacy, and service programs. The amount has not been determined at Days this time. The outstanding support received proves that this community is truly committed to a future free from cancer. The daffodil is a symbol of hope for cancer patients. I want to extend a special thanks to the many Daffodil Days volunteers who worked on the advance sales, promotion, and coordination of the event. The Committee members were: lone Gibson-Beardsley, Kelly Kleindl--Graceville, Don Williams-- Clinton, Mud Hen Cafe--Odessa, Dorothy Krogsrud--Correll, Dorie Scoblic and Char Athey--Big Stone City and all the volunteers and Businesses from the Ortonville area. The American Cancer Society's 2015 goals are to reduce mortality rates by 50 percent and the number of incidences by 25 percent, while improving the quality of life for those affected by cancer. Without your sup- port, these goals will not be met. Sincerely, Pat O'Neill, Chair 2002 Daffodil Days Amer!can Cancer Society S, 1 RAM 4X4 1500 "Quad Cab" SLT ein Used Vehicle WORRY-FREE PROMISE Fibromyalgia support "No Repair Worries" All Used Vehicles - 96 & Newer under 60,000 miles come with a GESSWEIN EXCLUSIVE BUMPER TO BUMPER PROTECTION *See us for details -NO EXTRA CHARGE- -NO DEDUCTIBLE- The Benson Area Fibromyalgia Support Group is set to meet at 7 p.m. Monday, April l, 2002 at the Swift County Benson Hospital dining room. Guest speaker will be Dr. Wanique Peterson, D.C. who holds a degree in Doctor of Chiropractic. Currently, Dr. Peterson practices at Preferred Health of Montevideo, an affiliate of Preferred Health of Marshall. Her No one covers Minnesota better. It3 comforting to know that Blue Cross and Blue has been providing quality health care plans for the variety of plans for individuals, groups and Medicare, we've got you covered. 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