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Milbank Valley Archers League iib !! Valley Archers 300 League April 4, 2003 Results Archer  Score Ron Flottmeyer Milbank Lumber 300 Scott Meyer D.A. Archery 300 Arnie Veen O'L Mill Meats 299 LeRoy Capp Hardware Hank 298 Scott Dahle Subway 298 Pare Amberg The Flower Shppe 291 Mike Hartman Randy Doctor Const. 290 Bob Zahnow Rogers Electric 289 Joe Sable Hanson Furniture 289 Stacy Homan Grant county Implement 287 Dwight Peschong Ron's Equipment Painting 286 Mark Keeton Chiropractic in Motion 286 Tim Ward D & L Photo 285 Jim Cloos Dakota Granite 284 Verlan Pierce Top Hat Lanes 284 Mark Veen Larry's Regrigeration 283 Dave Cizadlo Twin Valley Tire 283 Bill Welder Fischer Repair 280 Kate Capp Foof-N-Fuel 270 Bryan Lambrechts Hardee's 270 Sue Welder Last of the Fast Guns 268 Cheryl Meyer Community State Bank 262 Nadine Hartman Curts Auto & Sports 252 Richard Boehnke Ronn McDaniel Optometry 241 Perfect score is 300 with 60 X's Winners of the 4-H sponsorship awards for the week are: Shawn Flottmeyer Subway Jordan Collins Subway Tasha Ruhr Hardee's Jordan Wollschlager Thunder Alley X'__s 48 43 53 44 37 28 24 35 25 25 31 19. 19 20 20 23 18 19 21 10 14 I1 6 7 PEE WEE PLAYERS for the Big Stone Lake Area are Christina Shelstad and Casey Haukos, pictured interested in playing on the Pee Wee team next year NORTHERN WASTE SYSTE ORTONVILLE'S TIGER CUBS toured the Ortonville Independent newspaper office and printing plant recently to earn their media badge. Left to right, in front are, Daron Allen, Ben Anderson and Kyle Rockensock. In back are Nick Anderson, den leader, Joshua Teske, Scott Erickson, Skyler Anderson and Phil Blake of The Ortonville Independent. Did You Understanding The Seriousness Of Marijuana (NAPS)--To those who think marijuana is a harmless drug, think again. Marijuana puts kids at risk. It is the most widely used illicit drug among youth today and is more potent than ever. Marijuana use can lead to a host of significant health, social, learning and behav- ioral problems at a crucial time in a young person's development. Getting high also impairs judg- ment, which can wreak havoc on teens in high-pressure social situa- tions, leading to risky decision- making on issues like sex, crimi- nal activity or riding with someone who is driving high. Don't he fooled hy popular . beliefs. Kids can get hooked on pot. Research shows that mari- juana use can lead to addiction. More teens enter treatment for marijuana abuse each year than for all other illicit drugs combined. America's youth are beginning to bear a new message about mar- ijuana, thanks to collaboration among federal agencies, public health organizations, educators and concerned parents. The initia- tive is working to inform young people that using marijuana has real consequences and can put their futures at risk. It is teaching them that the dangers of mari- juana are not overblown and must Marijuana use should not be taken lightly. be taken seriously. Most of all, this campaign dispels the myths about marijuana by concentrating on the facts. Time and again, kids say their parents are the single most impor- tant influence when it comes to drugs. So this message needs to start with you. Kids need to hear how risky marijuana use can be. They need to know how damaging it can be to their lives. They need to begin by listening to someone they trust. To learn more about marijuana and how to keep your kids drug- free, visit www.theantidrug.com or call 800-788-2800. Then talk with your kids. The Valley Archers would like to thank the Grant County Review, Ortonville Independent, and KMSD/KPHR for publishing and airing these results. Jim Cloos 432-4685 'i"203 Nochesler Post-Bulletin Ca. LL.C. Ed Fischer Syndiclte Hcher@po$1bullen,o m Second probable SARS case reported in state Minnesota's Department of Health has reported another probable case of SARS in a 14-month-old Scott county resident with recent travel to China. The child's symptoms, including evidence of pneumonia, developed on April 24 and were .not serious enough to warrant hospitalization. The child is home and is recovering. To date in Minnesota: two probable SARS cases; seven suspect SARS cases; two Hennepin, four Ramsey, one Dakota, one Scott, one Olmsted; four adults, five children; zero currently hospitalized; no deaths. Rosen news By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Easter weekend guests at the Lester Millerbernd home were Steve Millerbernd of St. Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. Derek Jones and Serra of Blaine, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Millerbernd of Omaha, NE. Mrs. Myra Schmieg accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Don Thomson to Clive, 1A on Saturday, April 19 and were guests at the Tom Schmieg home and attended the Confirmation of their daughter Sara on Saturday evening. They returned home on Sunday, April 20. Michael Karels of Fargo spent Easter weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fran Karels. Easter Sunday dinner and afternoon guests were Mrs. Almira Karels and Andy Karels of Burnsville. Easter Sunday supper guests at the Glen Abramowski home were Mrs. Joan Strei, Mr. and Mrs. Todd Fatland of Sioux Falls and Fr. Bob Goblirsch. Paul Karels, who attends Cardinal Muench Seminary in Fargo spent Easter weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Dave Karels. Andy Karels of Burnsville spent Easter weekend at the home of his mother Mrs. Almira Karels. Easter afternoon and supper guests at the M.J. Kirchberg home were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mork, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Kirchberg, Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Kirchberg, Keven and Cole of Milbank, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kirchberg, Jon and Nicole, Tracy Mork of Marshall, Ryan Mork of Alexandria, Tina Schlauderoff of St. Cloud. Additional evening visitors were Laura Kirchberg of Moorhead, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brehmer and Amanda and friend Mark Esping, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Barr, Lexi, Kristen and Katee. Easter Sunday guests at the Lawrence Millerbernd home were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schwarze and sons of I New Ulm, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Weiderhoft and family of Madelia, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Fischer and sons of Sleepy Eye, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Millerbernd and Cathy of Ortonville. Kristi Lynn Volkenant of Omaha, NE, Janelle Volknant of Aberdeen spent Wednesday, April 16 till Monday, April 21 at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Volkenant, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Anderson and girls of Maple Grove were weekend guests and all were Easter Sunday dinner and afternoon guests at the Alan Volkenant home. Alfred Volkenant and his wife Marie of Northridge were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Stuckey and family of Milbank were Easter Sunday evening visitors at the Dennis Rademacher home. Easter Sunday, April 20 guests at the Bob Hoffman home were Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hoffman and family of Waconia,,Mr. and Mrs. David Hoffman, Nicholas and Simon of Ann Arbor, MI, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Roiland and family of Maple Plain, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hoffman and family of rural Odessa. Greg Rademacher of Brookings spent Easter weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Rademacher. Additional Easter dinner and afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Folk, Randy and Josh Folk, Sam and Heather Folk all of Milbank and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Kasuske and family of Twin Brooks, SD. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Richter of Bismarck, ND are the parents of a son James Joseph born on Tuesday, April 15, 2003. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Adelman. Mr. and Mrs. John Adelman spent Easter weekend at the John Paul Adelman home in Brooklyn Park. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Rodas, Anthony and Alana of Alexandria were Easter Sunday and Monday, April 20 and 21 guests at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Roger Karels. Easter weekend guests at the Manfred Krakow home were Mrs. Marv Meyer and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ecklund and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schmieg and girls of Bloomington, Mary Krakow of Mpls and also visited with their father Manfred at St. William's Home in Milbank. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Krakow and family of Strandburg were Easter Sunday guests. Easter Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Kay Karels home were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Karels, Blaine and Kayla of Breckenridge, Mr. and Mrs. Buz Comstock and girls of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Erdmann of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fedt, Rick and Jeff Van Hout, Jerry Karels and family of Big Stone, Daniele Beyer, Mrs. Pauline Karels, Scott and Sarah of Ortonville, Jerome Schuelke of Milbank,'Mr, and Mrs. Rafe Jacobson and family of Aberdeen, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Fedt and family of Milbank, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Karels and family of rural Bellingham. Michael Pribbenow of Wahpeton was a weekend guest. Meaghen Karels of Decorah, IA and Lindsay Sumner of Chicago were Friday, April 18 till Easter Sunday guests at the Edward Karels home. Additional Easter Sunday guests were Barbara Karels and Jordan of Montevideo, and Yvete Bruns and Erin of Brookings, SD. Easter Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Jerry Adelman home were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Adelman and sons, Keith Adelman and girls of Graceville, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Wiikening and family of rural Appleton and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Adelman and family of Rosen. The grandchildren enjoyed an Easter egg hunt at the grandparents farm. tb Friday, May Please place your leaves you normally place your We will start picking up at 12 NORTRSTAR REA HYBRIP5 Seed Treating and Bag or Bulk Delivery Available to FULL LINE OF SEEDS SALES AGRONOMIST - Ed 877-363-1732 HABERER SEEDS - MORR 320-795-2468 Growing-Processing-Marketing Seeds for 24 FIII I COLOR PHOTOS of any digital photo taken by The Ortonville Independent will be re photo quality paper. sizes up to 8"xlO" $5.00 THE INDEPEND 29 NW Second Street Ortonville, MN Phone 320-839-6163 Fax Page 12  INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Milbank Valley Archers League iib !! Valley Archers 300 League April 4, 2003 Results Archer  Score Ron Flottmeyer Milbank Lumber 300 Scott Meyer D.A. Archery 300 Arnie Veen O'L Mill Meats 299 LeRoy Capp Hardware Hank 298 Scott Dahle Subway 298 Pare Amberg The Flower Shppe 291 Mike Hartman Randy Doctor Const. 290 Bob Zahnow Rogers Electric 289 Joe Sable Hanson Furniture 289 Stacy Homan Grant county Implement 287 Dwight Peschong Ron's Equipment Painting 286 Mark Keeton Chiropractic in Motion 286 Tim Ward D & L Photo 285 Jim Cloos Dakota Granite 284 Verlan Pierce Top Hat Lanes 284 Mark Veen Larry's Regrigeration 283 Dave Cizadlo Twin Valley Tire 283 Bill Welder Fischer Repair 280 Kate Capp Foof-N-Fuel 270 Bryan Lambrechts Hardee's 270 Sue Welder Last of the Fast Guns 268 Cheryl Meyer Community State Bank 262 Nadine Hartman Curts Auto & Sports 252 Richard Boehnke Ronn McDaniel Optometry 241 Perfect score is 300 with 60 X's Winners of the 4-H sponsorship awards for the week are: Shawn Flottmeyer Subway Jordan Collins Subway Tasha Ruhr Hardee's Jordan Wollschlager Thunder Alley X'__s 48 43 53 44 37 28 24 35 25 25 31 19. 19 20 20 23 18 19 21 10 14 I1 6 7 PEE WEE PLAYERS for the Big Stone Lake Area are Christina Shelstad and Casey Haukos, pictured interested in playing on the Pee Wee team next year NORTHERN WASTE SYSTE ORTONVILLE'S TIGER CUBS toured the Ortonville Independent newspaper office and printing plant recently to earn their media badge. Left to right, in front are, Daron Allen, Ben Anderson and Kyle Rockensock. In back are Nick Anderson, den leader, Joshua Teske, Scott Erickson, Skyler Anderson and Phil Blake of The Ortonville Independent. Did You Understanding The Seriousness Of Marijuana (NAPS)--To those who think marijuana is a harmless drug, think again. Marijuana puts kids at risk. It is the most widely used illicit drug among youth today and is more potent than ever. Marijuana use can lead to a host of significant health, social, learning and behav- ioral problems at a crucial time in a young person's development. Getting high also impairs judg- ment, which can wreak havoc on teens in high-pressure social situa- tions, leading to risky decision- making on issues like sex, crimi- nal activity or riding with someone who is driving high. Don't he fooled hy popular . beliefs. Kids can get hooked on pot. Research shows that mari- juana use can lead to addiction. More teens enter treatment for marijuana abuse each year than for all other illicit drugs combined. America's youth are beginning to bear a new message about mar- ijuana, thanks to collaboration among federal agencies, public health organizations, educators and concerned parents. The initia- tive is working to inform young people that using marijuana has real consequences and can put their futures at risk. It is teaching them that the dangers of mari- juana are not overblown and must Marijuana use should not be taken lightly. be taken seriously. Most of all, this campaign dispels the myths about marijuana by concentrating on the facts. Time and again, kids say their parents are the single most impor- tant influence when it comes to drugs. So this message needs to start with you. Kids need to hear how risky marijuana use can be. They need to know how damaging it can be to their lives. They need to begin by listening to someone they trust. To learn more about marijuana and how to keep your kids drug- free, visit www.theantidrug.com or call 800-788-2800. Then talk with your kids. The Valley Archers would like to thank the Grant County Review, Ortonville Independent, and KMSD/KPHR for publishing and airing these results. Jim Cloos 432-4685 'i"203 Nochesler Post-Bulletin Ca. LL.C. Ed Fischer Syndiclte Hcher@po$1bullen,o m Second probable SARS case reported in state Minnesota's Department of Health has reported another probable case of SARS in a 14-month-old Scott county resident with recent travel to China. The child's symptoms, including evidence of pneumonia, developed on April 24 and were .not serious enough to warrant hospitalization. The child is home and is recovering. To date in Minnesota: two probable SARS cases; seven suspect SARS cases; two Hennepin, four Ramsey, one Dakota, one Scott, one Olmsted; four adults, five children; zero currently hospitalized; no deaths. Rosen news By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Easter weekend guests at the Lester Millerbernd home were Steve Millerbernd of St. Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. Derek Jones and Serra of Blaine, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Millerbernd of Omaha, NE. Mrs. Myra Schmieg accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Don Thomson to Clive, 1A on Saturday, April 19 and were guests at the Tom Schmieg home and attended the Confirmation of their daughter Sara on Saturday evening. They returned home on Sunday, April 20. Michael Karels of Fargo spent Easter weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fran Karels. Easter Sunday dinner and afternoon guests were Mrs. Almira Karels and Andy Karels of Burnsville. Easter Sunday supper guests at the Glen Abramowski home were Mrs. Joan Strei, Mr. and Mrs. Todd Fatland of Sioux Falls and Fr. Bob Goblirsch. Paul Karels, who attends Cardinal Muench Seminary in Fargo spent Easter weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Dave Karels. Andy Karels of Burnsville spent Easter weekend at the home of his mother Mrs. Almira Karels. Easter afternoon and supper guests at the M.J. Kirchberg home were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mork, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Kirchberg, Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Kirchberg, Keven and Cole of Milbank, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kirchberg, Jon and Nicole, Tracy Mork of Marshall, Ryan Mork of Alexandria, Tina Schlauderoff of St. Cloud. Additional evening visitors were Laura Kirchberg of Moorhead, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brehmer and Amanda and friend Mark Esping, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Barr, Lexi, Kristen and Katee. Easter Sunday guests at the Lawrence Millerbernd home were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schwarze and sons of I New Ulm, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Weiderhoft and family of Madelia, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Fischer and sons of Sleepy Eye, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Millerbernd and Cathy of Ortonville. Kristi Lynn Volkenant of Omaha, NE, Janelle Volknant of Aberdeen spent Wednesday, April 16 till Monday, April 21 at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Volkenant, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Anderson and girls of Maple Grove were weekend guests and all were Easter Sunday dinner and afternoon guests at the Alan Volkenant home. Alfred Volkenant and his wife Marie of Northridge were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Stuckey and family of Milbank were Easter Sunday evening visitors at the Dennis Rademacher home. Easter Sunday, April 20 guests at the Bob Hoffman home were Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hoffman and family of Waconia,,Mr. and Mrs. David Hoffman, Nicholas and Simon of Ann Arbor, MI, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Roiland and family of Maple Plain, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hoffman and family of rural Odessa. Greg Rademacher of Brookings spent Easter weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Rademacher. Additional Easter dinner and afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Folk, Randy and Josh Folk, Sam and Heather Folk all of Milbank and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Kasuske and family of Twin Brooks, SD. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Richter of Bismarck, ND are the parents of a son James Joseph born on Tuesday, April 15, 2003. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Adelman. Mr. and Mrs. John Adelman spent Easter weekend at the John Paul Adelman home in Brooklyn Park. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Rodas, Anthony and Alana of Alexandria were Easter Sunday and Monday, April 20 and 21 guests at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Roger Karels. Easter weekend guests at the Manfred Krakow home were Mrs. Marv Meyer and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ecklund and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schmieg and girls of Bloomington, Mary Krakow of Mpls and also visited with their father Manfred at St. William's Home in Milbank. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Krakow and family of Strandburg were Easter Sunday guests. Easter Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Kay Karels home were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Karels, Blaine and Kayla of Breckenridge, Mr. and Mrs. Buz Comstock and girls of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Erdmann of Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fedt, Rick and Jeff Van Hout, Jerry Karels and family of Big Stone, Daniele Beyer, Mrs. Pauline Karels, Scott and Sarah of Ortonville, Jerome Schuelke of Milbank,'Mr, and Mrs. Rafe Jacobson and family of Aberdeen, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Fedt and family of Milbank, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Karels and family of rural Bellingham. Michael Pribbenow of Wahpeton was a weekend guest. Meaghen Karels of Decorah, IA and Lindsay Sumner of Chicago were Friday, April 18 till Easter Sunday guests at the Edward Karels home. Additional Easter Sunday guests were Barbara Karels and Jordan of Montevideo, and Yvete Bruns and Erin of Brookings, SD. Easter Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Jerry Adelman home were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Adelman and sons, Keith Adelman and girls of Graceville, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Wiikening and family of rural Appleton and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Adelman and family of Rosen. The grandchildren enjoyed an Easter egg hunt at the grandparents farm. tb Friday, May Please place your leaves you normally place your We will start picking up at 12 NORTRSTAR REA HYBRIP5 Seed Treating and Bag or Bulk Delivery Available to FULL LINE OF SEEDS SALES AGRONOMIST - Ed 877-363-1732 HABERER SEEDS - MORR 320-795-2468 Growing-Processing-Marketing Seeds for 24 FIII I COLOR PHOTOS of any digital photo taken by The Ortonville Independent will be re photo quality paper. sizes up to 8"xlO" $5.00 THE INDEPEND 29 NW Second Street Ortonville, MN Phone 320-839-6163 Fax Page 12  INDEPENDENT Tuesday,