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LAKE PROPERTIES CUTI'ING CEREMONY was held for At Your Service, a new cleaning business based in Big Pictured in front from left to right are Leah Rohwer, Ben Rohwer, Deb Barnhardt and Sonja I.ori Nelson, Mary Hillman, Laura Foss, Shawna Przybycien, Nikki Utsch-Kelzer, Jim Foster In back, Tom Tobin, Marlowe Molden, Brett Jacobsen, Jack Gable and Tom Kaye. ion report state Council vols, MILDEW musty odor and suspect mildew In the home or walls or floors. It is identify mildew to remove it. Din sUrfaces such as paint, resembles the by mildew. To dirt and the by mildew put chlorine 'on on the discolored xs bleached within a most dirt will not may household goods, books and mattresses and rugs, Walls, unpainted and basement Treatment varies ype of item or Other textiles that first have the preferably out of Dispose of the contain mildew ttem in the sun if :lew discoloration ast items can be Uted chlorine bleach liquid chlorine irt warm water). to 15 minutes and that cannot be g alcohol and salt may fabric for tn an inconspicuous books or paper in a area. Take outside and mold with a clean, should be g or air Wipe stains was soaked out. Then rinse Water. Pat the area dry with a soft dry cloth. For stubborn stains, a chlorine bleach and water solution can be used. Dry quickly in a well-ventilated area. Painted surfaces that have mildewed can be scrubbed with a solution of 3/4 cup chlorine bleach diluted with 1 gallon of water. Rinse with clean water and dry thoroughly before painting or wallpapering. If a dirty or greasy film has accumulated, mildew will feed on that. Clean with a soft cloth dipped in a detergent solution and wrung almost dry. Rinse with a cloth dipped in clean water and then wipe dry. Bathrooms that are not well- ventilated can be an area of high mildew growth. Scrub surfaces with a solution made from 1 quart liquid chlorine bleach, 2 tablespoons liquid detergent, and 9 quarts of water. Use a brush or old toothbrush to clean grout. Let the surface dry, then rinse with plenty of water. If shower curtains can be washed by machine, add chlorine bleach with the detergent. Use a warm water rinse for plastics and hang while warm for wrinkles to fall out. DATES TO REMEMBER: April 15 - Big Stone County Weed Meeting at Clinton Memorial Building April 18 - State 4-H Project Bowl April 19-20 - 4-H Camp Counselor training at Lake Shetek April 20 - Cluster Extension Advisory Committee meeting in Ortonville April 20 4-H Livestock Cmmittee meetin at Cli_ ntn Memorial Building (6i0 p.m.) April 20 -4:H Federation at Clinton Memorial Building (7:30 p.m.) followed by Ambie Meeling (9:30 p.m.) / April 21 - Afterschool Cloverbuds at Clinton-Graceville Elementary School (3:30 p.m.) April 23 - Extension Multi-Cluster Conference April 24 - Arbor Day April 28 - Afterschool Cloverbuds at Beardsley Elementary School (3:15 p.m.) mental health seeks members Minnesota's State Advisory Council on Mental Health is taking applications for new members. The Council was established by the legislature to advise the governor on matters concerning mental health. Germany/n Minnesota 00lerttagf00f July 10-12 & 17-19, 1996 aftqmlOOmam /a N tan r, mr4 ph=m fo'o.44mo F/X (m'tl,dm "10'x10' OF STORAGE AREAS: 10'x20' 10'x30' /iii  Richard and Nancy Armett. Owners 839-2460 or (605) 432-6443 ORTONVILLE, MN 56278 Representatives on "the 30-member Council are appointed by the governor and include consumers, family members, advocate groups, county commissioners, legislator, providers and state department representatives. Council's goal is to interact on Issues, thereby positively influencing the direction of mental health care. Members from throughout the state meet monthly in St. Paul as a council, and also serve On subcommittees: managed care, legislation, local advisory council and education. The Children's Subcommittee is also mandated by statute. For more information contact: Bruce Weinstock, Director, 444 Lafayette Rd., St. Paul, MN 55155- 3828, Phone (612) 297-4163, Fax (612) 296-7731, e-mail: Markets No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.60 Soybeans ........................... 5.87 Corn ................................... 2.07 April 14, 1997 No. 1 Wheat ..... . ................ 4.13 Soybeans ........................... 7.80 Corn ................................... 2.52 INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY Bellingham school news WRESTLING RESULTS Wheaton Tournament-March 28 Dillan Roggenbuck - 6th Jon Kirchberg - 6th Jason Roggenbuck - I st Eric Croatt - I st Megan Croatt - 5th Brock Kanstrup - 3rd Dustin Roggenbuck - 1st Danny Spors - 4th Paul Adelman - 2nd Ortonville Tournament - April 4 Seth Henrich - 3rd Randy Larson - 3rd Paul Adelman - I st Samantha Larson - 3rd Danny Spors - 3rd Tiffany Larson - 3rd. Sectional Tournament - Sauk Centre - April 4 Colton Kanstrup - 2nd Jason Roggenbuck - 1st Jon Kirchberg - 2nd Eric Croatt - 2nd Tyler Fredrichsen - 2nd Megan Croatt - I st Dustin Roggenbuck - I st Brock Kanstrup - 2nd All received.first or earn the honor to go to the State Wrestling Tournament in St. Paul on Saturday, April 18. Congratulations wrestlers and Coach Tom!! Good Luck! Practice - Tuesday, April 14 for the wrestlers going to state only. Pizza Party - Thursday, April 16, 6:30. Bring in your wrestling uniforms to the pizza party. Thanks. April 14 - President's Physical Fitness will begin. Encourage your child to start practicing more next week. CALENDAR April 16 - DAC Meeting 2:30 in library April 20 - Girl Scouts 3:00; School board meeting 8 p.m. April 22 - Earth Day April 23 - Tornado drill 1:45 p.m.; Title I Open House 6:30-8:00 MENU Breakfast Monday - Croissants, cheese slices, orange juice Tuesday - Waffles, smokies, apple juice Wednesday - Apple muffins, cheese slices, pineapple juice Thursday - Breakfast pizza, grape juice Friday - Cereal, toast, orange juice Lunch Monday - Long spaghetti with meat sauce, cheese breadsticks, pears Tuesday - Chicken strips, french fries, green beans, peaches Wednesday - Pizza hotdish, corn, mixed fruit ........ Thursday - Turkey nuggets, peas, orange / Friday - Hamburger on bun, carrot/celery sticks, apple Swimming Info: Dates - June 8-19, 1998 Registration - Thursday, May 14 - 6:15 p.m. More information will be sent home via the Paw Print within the next few weeks. i FOR SALE AT FEIlR BIG STONE CITY, SD - Residential lot. APPLETON, MN - 5 bedroom, family ready, near downtown. Priced right! BELLINGHAM, MN - City limits, 3 bedroom, double garage. Priced to sell! Mli RANK, SD - 4 bedroom, two bath, possible CD. ORTONVILLE, 2 bedroom, one bath, utility room on main floor. If you are tired of stairs, this home is for you! 3 BEDROOM HOME, located at Togs Point, Lockwood Township. Year round home, lot size 50'x108', double attached garage, sandy beach. Excellent fishing right off dock. 2 BEDROOM YEAR ROUND home with family room, single attached garage. Lakeside lot size 75'x114', back lot size 50'x220'. BY SODAK PARK, South Dakota side, year round, 2 bedroom home with a breathtaking view. SUNSET VIEW trailer with lot COURSE AIR LOTS - golf course LEUBENOW COUNTRY OAKES - lake lots APPLE VALLEY, MN SIDE - one acre lot with lake access FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT Fehr Land Ltd. Box 156 Big Stone City, SD 57216 ,,_,,.,. t61)51 862-6112 Big Stone City Gag Maxwell, Phone 839.2207 American Legion Auxiliary will meet on April 16th at 7:30 at the Legion clubrooms. Hostesses are Mary Ann Holtquist and Janet Knutson. Please, Auxiliary members attend the meeting. Lorraine Schnaser and Dennis were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Kirk Neuman home in Faribault. Art Armstrong and Fern Lantis visited at the Myron Schnaser home Thursday. Myron Schnaser is a patient at the Vets hospital in Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Swenson of Sioux Falls were last Saturday guests at the Oliver Nolting home. Jean Thompson spent the winter in Euclid, OH and has now returned home on April the 9th. Jean's daughter Kathleen will be spending the summer with her. Claire Lotthammer was a Tuesday afternoon coffee guest of Evelyn Zahnow. Robert and Betty Zahnow and Megan, Bob and Juanita Carlson, and Arvin and Jennifer Mueller were Easter Sunday dinner guests and spent the day at the Evelyn Zahnow home. Eldora Nelson went to Watertown with Gladys Erens last Saturday. Eldora Nelson visited Florence Trapp at Northridge Wednesday afternoon. Mary and Marlene Hiepler of Atwater were Tuesday morning visitors of Carol Hauck. Donald and Ethel Wentworth visited Elsie Weiss at St. Cloud last Sunday. Art Engstrom, Janette Lamberton and Cliff and Evelyn Bastemeyer all of Big Stone City, SD were guests of Calvin and Naomi Sandlin Wednesday noon in celebration of Art's birthday. Saturday night, April 4th Naomi Sandlin and Janette Lamberton. Saturday night, April 4th Naomi Sandlin and Janette Lamberton enjoyed the Barber Shop Milltones and the Acoustix International Quartet Champions performances in Milbank. Leo and Darlene Barnhardt were Tuesday afternoon visitors at the Bob and Jan Rollins home in Milbank. Peter and Pam Steinke and Noah went to the Cities for Easter. They spent Saturday in Lakeville at Peter's brother Art's home celebrating Easter with the whole Steinke family. They spent Sunday in Forest Lake visiting Pam's sister Jodie and celebrating Easter with the Thielke family. 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