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ged d ld Sandy Hanson of tlon with Ioshka Stoev 0 I . g nt of their Ir ura Yanko. s,,=.a ;)4 graduate of 0 is-"lue Lool and a 1998 niversity of South s PI0, d as an Outreach st 'ith" e Day School, g la , aUnseling services to and behaviorally hildren in the Chicago i L 19! 3 graduate of Lane "hoe' ta, m Chicago and a lai ate of Northeastern rsit) e loy :d as a teacher at I-I a S( hool in Chicago, P Sica education, health 'or fc .edUcation, as well as 'a ball. 2C :1Ya Iko will be married -"h at1 Church of Saint go. an McNeili k|  Xtension Educator  Uth Development _=-opt County _ 3201(34.5735 I Iq9 T() TALK TO clq igS A! |OUT WAR s War mean to children? re [tlly : c f the :n  ict. av; lad ! or i e, tVe r = ire , at = hat th nd, illrry about depends on af uren under three may thl ;ted at all. Children ; ges of three and .fivea 0 " Of outside xss . is tve USually have some ,.t reactions to those va: !Le are Working hard to Ill ;rot, others are actively. ' ( Idren will hear I 1 ,and peace marches and t tar about speeches'and Ip pLort military action. at ,"?=Y want to know how ', tt. Explain how you 1 drer e think war is bad. l rt ;ht to use words 5 LSts. So they may be he 'it[ Your decision to 'tr. ut they will hear u SUl ,rtofwar. They 'rstand how you can t Unt n . 1. and still disagree to your children rit Lrin ' democracy and thy You are against the "a!  9 in mind that children tlink War is bad. Most t ,ink that e war is bad, but ' 2"' approach in some qldr .'n have a hard time li 1 ata bad thing might a - sometimes. Explain t u tpport this war. Be ' :that violence is 1,  9 Solve problems, t lking +t tr then talk, talk, hi .,n :Iron know it is rl at ut War and peace. .. ,is Will robabl not I .kUSsion. p Y t hregabut people on the contlict, be careful tthe. m the enem It ts  "C ' Y" 0 cLht!dren to talk about , cl el'rOad People. % ; i. r Understand that the lt riot an " 1,, 1 . gry wth the % trv am that the leaders ;f . Y are Uset with th i!:i' rgvernment" e re uren understand ii es. Explain that  ,,." l'racticed by many wr d le ._ and that most te Peace-loving and s* t children that you ." k, p them safe. Talk '%'o7:.1,; IbY the military tl tqie ,  hiidren's care and Ull" i' ow that children n Other countries in qril 8, 2003 addition to those in their own country. Let them know that it's good to care about others. Teach children about what can be done instead of war. Talk about alternatives. Explain what governments and people can do to make war less likely. Brian McNeill is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in 4-H Youth Development serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone County. ************************* Sources for this article are Taking the Terror Out of Terrorism, University of Minnesota Extension Service; and When War Is in the News, Purdue Extension. Letters To The Editor: A legislative proposal rising to the top these days is to increase the tax on cigarettes. A fine idea for raising revenue, since most smokers are securely hooked, and could scarcely quit even if their lives depended upon it. With tongue firmly in cheek, may I also suggest a hefty tax on those who are "hooked" to other drugs, such as drugs for chemotherapy, insulin for diabetics, medications for arthritis, etc. These folks are also unable to "quit", so could certainly help us avoid raising taxes! Seriously folks, if we want the services which state government is able to provide, is it asking too much that we be willing topay for these services, the governor's campaign pledge notwithstanding? Charles Reinert, ND 2220 221 Street Tracy, MN 56175 (507) 629 4808 CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS : Comfortable Reading -" "Newspapers come into your home, almost like part of your family. You greet them in your bathrobe, carry them into your breakfast room, lounge with them in the den. They may be the only companions you actually take with you into the bathroom." - ASNE Bulletin, a publication produced by managing editors..) Things are buzzin' in the WANT ADS Bridal shower set for Kendra Hanson An open house bridal shower honoring Kendra Hanson, bride-to- be of Yanko Jordanof, will be held Saturday, April 19th at 9:30 am. The couple is registered at Target and Herbergers. Quality Collision Repair FREE LOANER VEHICLE Body Work & Painting .Glass Installation Insurance Claims .Free Estimates Your Satisfaction Guaranteed! Located one mile north of Ortonville on Hwy. 7 to Sioux Historic Pavilion) GARY KNOLL [i[1 13201 e.,, Anytime 839-2718 Attention Home buyers... Anyone can build a house. Phoenix ICF contractors build homes Are you thinking about building a new home? Do you want: 72,/0 energy savings (warranty) 30 year dry basement wall (warranty) Safety for your family from (high winds/fire) Healthy environment (Minimal allergen infestation) Resistance to termites and rot Quiet (92% or better noise reduction from outside) If that is what you want then Insist that your contractor build you an affordable Phoenix ICF home See us at our web site ,phge_nixicf:o_m or contact '; Greg Schmdt Construction of Beardsley PHONE: 320-265-6278-home or MOBILE:320-519-7029 New 2003 RAM 1500 Quad Cab 4x4 Roar n/c 'O1 DODGE Neon SE 5,000 miles *incl. rebate & commercial cert. 'OO GMC JIMMY 4X4 3,985 '99 OLDS Aurora Sedan "Nicest Anywhere" '99 JEEP Grand Laredo 13,000 miles 4 Full Doors - SLT Heated Leather, '95 DAKOTA Club Cab 4x4 56,000 miles INDEPENDENT Page 5 ged d ld Sandy Hanson of tlon with Ioshka Stoev 0 I . g nt of their Ir ura Yanko. s,,=.a ;)4 graduate of 0 is-"lue Lool and a 1998 niversity of South s PI0, d as an Outreach st 'ith" e Day School, g la , aUnseling services to and behaviorally hildren in the Chicago i L 19! 3 graduate of Lane "hoe' ta, m Chicago and a lai ate of Northeastern rsit) e loy :d as a teacher at I-I a S( hool in Chicago, P Sica education, health 'or fc .edUcation, as well as 'a ball. 2C :1Ya Iko will be married -"h at1 Church of Saint go. an McNeili k|  Xtension Educator  Uth Development _=-opt County _ 3201(34.5735 I Iq9 T() TALK TO clq igS A! |OUT WAR s War mean to children? re [tlly : c f the :n  ict. av; lad ! or i e, tVe r = ire , at = hat th nd, illrry about depends on af uren under three may thl ;ted at all. Children ; ges of three and .fivea 0 " Of outside xss . is tve USually have some ,.t reactions to those va: !Le are Working hard to Ill ;rot, others are actively. ' ( Idren will hear I 1 ,and peace marches and t tar about speeches'and Ip pLort military action. at ,"?=Y want to know how ', tt. Explain how you 1 drer e think war is bad. l rt ;ht to use words 5 LSts. So they may be he 'it[ Your decision to 'tr. ut they will hear u SUl ,rtofwar. They 'rstand how you can t Unt n . 1. and still disagree to your children rit Lrin ' democracy and thy You are against the "a!  9 in mind that children tlink War is bad. Most t ,ink that e war is bad, but ' 2"' approach in some qldr .'n have a hard time li 1 ata bad thing might a - sometimes. Explain t u tpport this war. Be ' :that violence is 1,  9 Solve problems, t lking +t tr then talk, talk, hi .,n :Iron know it is rl at ut War and peace. .. ,is Will robabl not I .kUSsion. p Y t hregabut people on the contlict, be careful tthe. m the enem It ts  "C ' Y" 0 cLht!dren to talk about , cl el'rOad People. % ; i. r Understand that the lt riot an " 1,, 1 . gry wth the % trv am that the leaders ;f . Y are Uset with th i!:i' rgvernment" e re uren understand ii es. Explain that  ,,." l'racticed by many wr d le ._ and that most te Peace-loving and s* t children that you ." k, p them safe. Talk '%'o7:.1,; IbY the military tl tqie ,  hiidren's care and Ull" i' ow that children n Other countries in qril 8, 2003 addition to those in their own country. Let them know that it's good to care about others. Teach children about what can be done instead of war. Talk about alternatives. Explain what governments and people can do to make war less likely. Brian McNeill is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in 4-H Youth Development serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone County. ************************* Sources for this article are Taking the Terror Out of Terrorism, University of Minnesota Extension Service; and When War Is in the News, Purdue Extension. Letters To The Editor: A legislative proposal rising to the top these days is to increase the tax on cigarettes. A fine idea for raising revenue, since most smokers are securely hooked, and could scarcely quit even if their lives depended upon it. With tongue firmly in cheek, may I also suggest a hefty tax on those who are "hooked" to other drugs, such as drugs for chemotherapy, insulin for diabetics, medications for arthritis, etc. These folks are also unable to "quit", so could certainly help us avoid raising taxes! Seriously folks, if we want the services which state government is able to provide, is it asking too much that we be willing topay for these services, the governor's campaign pledge notwithstanding? Charles Reinert, ND 2220 221 Street Tracy, MN 56175 (507) 629 4808 CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS : Comfortable Reading -" "Newspapers come into your home, almost like part of your family. You greet them in your bathrobe, carry them into your breakfast room, lounge with them in the den. They may be the only companions you actually take with you into the bathroom." - ASNE Bulletin, a publication produced by managing editors..) Things are buzzin' in the WANT ADS Bridal shower set for Kendra Hanson An open house bridal shower honoring Kendra Hanson, bride-to- be of Yanko Jordanof, will be held Saturday, April 19th at 9:30 am. The couple is registered at Target and Herbergers. Quality Collision Repair FREE LOANER VEHICLE Body Work & Painting .Glass Installation Insurance Claims .Free Estimates Your Satisfaction Guaranteed! Located one mile north of Ortonville on Hwy. 7 to Sioux Historic Pavilion) GARY KNOLL [i[1 13201 e.,, Anytime 839-2718 Attention Home buyers... Anyone can build a house. Phoenix ICF contractors build homes Are you thinking about building a new home? Do you want: 72,/0 energy savings (warranty) 30 year dry basement wall (warranty) Safety for your family from (high winds/fire) Healthy environment (Minimal allergen infestation) Resistance to termites and rot Quiet (92% or better noise reduction from outside) If that is what you want then Insist that your contractor build you an affordable Phoenix ICF home See us at our web site ,phge_nixicf:o_m or contact '; Greg Schmdt Construction of Beardsley PHONE: 320-265-6278-home or MOBILE:320-519-7029 New 2003 RAM 1500 Quad Cab 4x4 Roar n/c 'O1 DODGE Neon SE 5,000 miles *incl. rebate & commercial cert. 'OO GMC JIMMY 4X4 3,985 '99 OLDS Aurora Sedan "Nicest Anywhere" '99 JEEP Grand Laredo 13,000 miles 4 Full Doors - SLT Heated Leather, '95 DAKOTA Club Cab 4x4 56,000 miles INDEPENDENT Page 5