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SCORERS for the Big Stone Lake Area Hockey Ben Anderson, Brian SheTstad and Isaac Knutson. A hat n a single player scores at least three goals in one game. COACHES were honored at the Big Stone Association awards banquet. They are pictured coach Nick Anderson, JV Coaches Steve Raffety and RUN, Trojan softball player Amanda Erickson slides , while teammate Amy Jo Smith cheers her on. J. Schmeichel to be DSU graduate Jeremiah Schmeichel, a 1998 OHS graduate, will graduate from Dakota State University in Madison, SD with honors, on May 10. He will graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration Management. Currently, Schmeichel is in the interviewing process with a focus in Information Technology Systems, and is considering further education to obtain a Master's degree. Schmeichel enrolled at DSU after transferring from Southwest State University at Marshall. While attend- ing college, he participated in baseball and football. According to his family, Jeremiah would enjoy hearing from friends back home. His address is: 1020 N. Union Apt. 2 Madison, SD 57042 Ryan Schmeichel to attend UMM Ryan Schmeichel, a 2001 graduate of OHS will transfer to the University of Minnesota, Morris to complete his degree in High School History Education and Coaching. Schmeichel is transferring to U of M-Morris after attending two years at Dakota State University in Madison, SD. While attending school at DSU, Ryan was active in football, and plans to continue playing football for the Morris Cougars. Ryan will remain in Madison this summer to work at the Physical Education Center on the DSU Campus, and then will be moving to Morris for the fall semester. Meeting set for home schoolers Homeschool parents will be holding a meeting Monday, May 5th at 6:30 p.m. in the basement of the Ortonviile Public Library. A business meeting to plan next year's activities will be held and then will be followed by a "stretch and relax" class taught by Colleen Natalie Lees. Parents are encouraged to bring ideas, and a mat for stretching. All homeschool parents are welcome. Pfc. Skold finishes basic combat tng. Army National Guard Pfc. Jeremy J. Skold has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, . Columbia; SC.. .... . : ............ Skold is the son of Margaret Skold of rural Madison. In 1999, the soldier graduated from Lac qui Parle High School, Madison. ;girl's golf team takes first e in two of three meets ille Girl's Golf team teams with a score of 367. The Trojan 'ntevideo on April 15 . ladies took second place with a 382. iOnal. According to Coach Berning, the girls first place out of 12 played well, but each one had one or two bad holes that brought their scores up. Aaryn Hoye placed fourth individ- ually with a score of 92 and Alison Nelsen placed fifth individually with a 93. .rll €.1kO6" ,, _____:__Advantix On Tuesday the girls traveled to' Osakis to play a nine-hole conference • r'roc, eslog meet there. Six teams competed, and 1"Hour Photo vrocessing LaD Same Day - Next Day -. Ortonville placed first with a score of 307 Main St., Milbank . Same Price 203. Kady Sykora placed first with a 46, Jenna Rademacher placed fourth t k 432-5222 $Q99 with 52, and Alison Nelson placed I,> Ae'oss from Pizza Ranch ,7 (25 exp) sixth with a 52. The girls used the I==,---- (without panoramics) score card handicap to determine IIll rl  Second set =2  places when players tied. _  m The next meet the girls participat- ed in Was at Balmoral Golf Course at ARE YOUR MOST PRECIOUS MEMORIES - Battle Lake. Six teams were present at the meet, and the OHS girls again And we know how your photos are to you - bring your film to D&L Photo for great color and quality photo processing! • .t the best vehicle alignment! Alignment  Indle all your insurance work/or you! , IL area s most well equipped body I h two frame machinesl I . COll.. otoing with wrecker and roll back .i °n repair .Frame and suspension work j,, mdShield repair and replacement YSIN YOUR CAR? WE'LL GET THEM OUT! 320-839-3066 (shop) 605-676-2457 om.) KEVIN RAAF MN 56278 25th year in business at same location! placed first with a team score of 385. Team members competing were Aaryn Hoye, Jenna Rademacher, Kady Sykora, Alison Nelson, Jessica and Jennifer Jacobsen. Jenna and Jessica tied for first, each scoring a 90. The score card was used to break the tie, and Jessica got first place, with Jenna second. Alison placed fourth with a score of 99. The next meet for the girls will be held April 29 at 11 a.m. at the Ortonville Golf Course. Fifteen teams are scheduled to play in the tournament. Bridges Support Group to meet The Big Stone County Local Advisory Committee, along with the National Alliance of Mental Illness announces a Support Group for Adults experiencing mental illness, or recov- ering from mental illness. Meetings will be held on May 13 and 27, and June 10 and 24, at 7 p.m. at First English Lutheran Church of Ortonville, in the lounge area on the first floor of the church. Bridges (Building Recovery of Individual Dreams and Goals Through Education and Support), is a support group program developed and sup- ported by NAMI. Facilitators are trained consumers with experience in assisting individuals with recovery and providing support for adults who are experiencing mental illness. Everyone is welcome, and refresh- ments will be served. For more infor- mation call Karen at 320-839-2555, i extension 18. r 8TH ANNIVEliSAllY I 0 Friday & Saturday, May Register for Door Prizes/ Open House Special/ Petunias ,-*. 99 = & 6 packs Many Other In-House Specials/ Refreshments Will Be Served! Our Gre,00nhou s,:s Are itiful Annual & Perennial Flowers Dress Up Your Yard More Than 350 Hanging Baskets Geraniums, Fuchsia, Impatiens & More! Memorial & Patio Planters Place Your Orders Now Rose Bushes ......... Great For Mother's Day, May 11 Vegetable Plants & Herbs Tomatoes, Peppers & Much More! • Onion Sets o Seed Potatoes • Fertilizer & Chemicals • Bulk & Packaged Seeds • Spring Bulbs Look what's new at the nursery... !, ! HIDE 'N SEEK KOOL KAT TM GARDEN PEEKER DECORATIVE GLOBE HOLDERS Wonderful Yard Decor Items Bistro Set • Benches Statuary o Water Fountains Windmills • Chimneas Wind Spinners • Trellises Shepherd's Hooks Pond Supplies Decorative Sprinklers Gazing Globes • Bird Baths Resin Garden Sculptures Diverse Selection of TERRA COTTA Products *Pots .Figurines .Lawn Ornaments i i 00Dakota Country Landscapes I II& Garden Center . . I oo3 INDEPENDENT m m Page 7 SCORERS for the Big Stone Lake Area Hockey Ben Anderson, Brian SheTstad and Isaac Knutson. A hat n a single player scores at least three goals in one game. COACHES were honored at the Big Stone Association awards banquet. They are pictured coach Nick Anderson, JV Coaches Steve Raffety and RUN, Trojan softball player Amanda Erickson slides , while teammate Amy Jo Smith cheers her on. J. Schmeichel to be DSU graduate Jeremiah Schmeichel, a 1998 OHS graduate, will graduate from Dakota State University in Madison, SD with honors, on May 10. He will graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration Management. Currently, Schmeichel is in the interviewing process with a focus in Information Technology Systems, and is considering further education to obtain a Master's degree. Schmeichel enrolled at DSU after transferring from Southwest State University at Marshall. While attend- ing college, he participated in baseball and football. According to his family, Jeremiah would enjoy hearing from friends back home. His address is: 1020 N. Union Apt. 2 Madison, SD 57042 Ryan Schmeichel to attend UMM Ryan Schmeichel, a 2001 graduate of OHS will transfer to the University of Minnesota, Morris to complete his degree in High School History Education and Coaching. Schmeichel is transferring to U of M-Morris after attending two years at Dakota State University in Madison, SD. While attending school at DSU, Ryan was active in football, and plans to continue playing football for the Morris Cougars. Ryan will remain in Madison this summer to work at the Physical Education Center on the DSU Campus, and then will be moving to Morris for the fall semester. Meeting set for home schoolers Homeschool parents will be holding a meeting Monday, May 5th at 6:30 p.m. in the basement of the Ortonviile Public Library. A business meeting to plan next year's activities will be held and then will be followed by a "stretch and relax" class taught by Colleen Natalie Lees. Parents are encouraged to bring ideas, and a mat for stretching. All homeschool parents are welcome. Pfc. Skold finishes basic combat tng. Army National Guard Pfc. Jeremy J. Skold has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, . Columbia; SC.. .... . : ............ Skold is the son of Margaret Skold of rural Madison. In 1999, the soldier graduated from Lac qui Parle High School, Madison. ;girl's golf team takes first e in two of three meets ille Girl's Golf team teams with a score of 367. The Trojan 'ntevideo on April 15 . ladies took second place with a 382. iOnal. According to Coach Berning, the girls first place out of 12 played well, but each one had one or two bad holes that brought their scores up. Aaryn Hoye placed fourth individ- ually with a score of 92 and Alison Nelsen placed fifth individually with a 93. .rll €.1kO6" ,, _____:__Advantix On Tuesday the girls traveled to' Osakis to play a nine-hole conference • r'roc, eslog meet there. Six teams competed, and 1"Hour Photo vrocessing LaD Same Day - Next Day -. Ortonville placed first with a score of 307 Main St., Milbank . Same Price 203. Kady Sykora placed first with a 46, Jenna Rademacher placed fourth t k 432-5222 $Q99 with 52, and Alison Nelson placed I,> Ae'oss from Pizza Ranch ,7 (25 exp) sixth with a 52. The girls used the I==,---- (without panoramics) score card handicap to determine IIll rl  Second set =2  places when players tied. _  m The next meet the girls participat- ed in Was at Balmoral Golf Course at ARE YOUR MOST PRECIOUS MEMORIES - Battle Lake. Six teams were present at the meet, and the OHS girls again And we know how your photos are to you - bring your film to D&L Photo for great color and quality photo processing! • .t the best vehicle alignment! Alignment  Indle all your insurance work/or you! , IL area s most well equipped body I h two frame machinesl I . COll.. otoing with wrecker and roll back .i °n repair .Frame and suspension work j,, mdShield repair and replacement YSIN YOUR CAR? WE'LL GET THEM OUT! 320-839-3066 (shop) 605-676-2457 om.) KEVIN RAAF MN 56278 25th year in business at same location! placed first with a team score of 385. Team members competing were Aaryn Hoye, Jenna Rademacher, Kady Sykora, Alison Nelson, Jessica and Jennifer Jacobsen. Jenna and Jessica tied for first, each scoring a 90. The score card was used to break the tie, and Jessica got first place, with Jenna second. Alison placed fourth with a score of 99. The next meet for the girls will be held April 29 at 11 a.m. at the Ortonville Golf Course. Fifteen teams are scheduled to play in the tournament. Bridges Support Group to meet The Big Stone County Local Advisory Committee, along with the National Alliance of Mental Illness announces a Support Group for Adults experiencing mental illness, or recov- ering from mental illness. Meetings will be held on May 13 and 27, and June 10 and 24, at 7 p.m. at First English Lutheran Church of Ortonville, in the lounge area on the first floor of the church. Bridges (Building Recovery of Individual Dreams and Goals Through Education and Support), is a support group program developed and sup- ported by NAMI. Facilitators are trained consumers with experience in assisting individuals with recovery and providing support for adults who are experiencing mental illness. Everyone is welcome, and refresh- ments will be served. For more infor- mation call Karen at 320-839-2555, i extension 18. r 8TH ANNIVEliSAllY I 0 Friday & Saturday, May Register for Door Prizes/ Open House Special/ Petunias ,-*. 99 = & 6 packs Many Other In-House Specials/ Refreshments Will Be Served! Our Gre,00nhou s,:s Are itiful Annual & Perennial Flowers Dress Up Your Yard More Than 350 Hanging Baskets Geraniums, Fuchsia, Impatiens & More! Memorial & Patio Planters Place Your Orders Now Rose Bushes ......... Great For Mother's Day, May 11 Vegetable Plants & Herbs Tomatoes, Peppers & Much More! • Onion Sets o Seed Potatoes • Fertilizer & Chemicals • Bulk & Packaged Seeds • Spring Bulbs Look what's new at the nursery... !, ! HIDE 'N SEEK KOOL KAT TM GARDEN PEEKER DECORATIVE GLOBE HOLDERS Wonderful Yard Decor Items Bistro Set • Benches Statuary o Water Fountains Windmills • Chimneas Wind Spinners • Trellises Shepherd's Hooks Pond Supplies Decorative Sprinklers Gazing Globes • Bird Baths Resin Garden Sculptures Diverse Selection of TERRA COTTA Products *Pots .Figurines .Lawn Ornaments i i 00Dakota Country Landscapes I II& Garden Center . . I oo3 INDEPENDENT m m Page 7