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-:RNING chips in a shot for the OHS golf team. Berning 1ors Thursday in conference play at Wheaton with a first place at the Wheaton meet. Trojan baseball defeats Hancock The Ortonville Trojans had four- teen hits, on their way to a 13-7 victo- ry over the visiting Hancock Owls. Hancock ffould score four runs in the first, two in the second and one in the seventh for their seven runs on eleven hits. Ortonville scored five runs in the first inning, Ethan Scoblic walked, Chris Engebretson, Jeremy Ohm, Jim May and Jeff Laskowske all singled, and Derek Homrighausen reached base on an error. In the second, Engebretson dou- bled, Ohm reached on an error, May singled, Homrighausen singled, and Laskowske doubled as the Trojans scored four runs. May lead off the fourth inning with a double and would score on Laskowske&apos;s single. The Trojans scored their final three runs of the evening in the fifth, where Engebretson singled, Ohm doubled and May singled and he would score on a wild pitch. Chris Engebretson and May had four hits, Laskowske had three, Ohm had two, and Homrighausen had one for the Trojans. Thymian got his fourth win of the season, going seven innings. Baseball team loses to Wheaton Thursday night Wheaton scored seven runs in the second inning, and used solid pitching to defeat Ortonville 9-6 in a confer- ence game on Thursday night in Ortonville. Wheaton used five hits and two walks to score seven runs in the sec- ond inning. They scored one run in run in the third on a double by Jim May and a single by Derek Homrighausen. Scoblic led off the sixth with a home run, Chris Engebretson walked, and advanced around the bases to score. Scoblic had four hits, May had three, and Engebretson, Inland waters open Saturday, DNR expects good turnout Steaks. Roasts & Burger - Per Lb. Chops & Roasts - Per Lb 50 LB. BEEF BUNDLE 20 LB. PORK BUNDLE S98.95 .';34.95 ' girls' track team tis past week at Trojans had nine m the Clayton while the rest ua a J.V. meet. ak third with 68 admere was first, Ortoaville included a, second in the ;at 18.7, Kassi 9.9, and Kirsten e 100 meter dash relay was third at er Bailey, Liz Miller and Ruth meter relay ran a that was Bailey, d Thompson. J her 300 meter fourth at 57.44. uya season best at 31.3. Jenni This Saturday, area anglers will finely be able to hit inland waters, and an excellent turnout, both of anglers and fish, is predicted. Chris Domeier, fisheries biologist with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, stated that Traverse will be one of the best lakes in the area, though there should be nice fishing on all lakes for the open- cr. Also, Domeier stated that Artichoke Lake, northeast of Correll, has a high population of fish, both big and small, with many of its walleyes over 20 inches in length, and Toqua Lake near Graceville also has a good walleye population this year. In a report released from the Old Mill Twirlers The Old Mill Twirlers danced to the calling of Ben Miller from Revillo. There were two squares dancing. Guests were from Sisseton. Calling Wednesday, May 6, 1998 will be Hank Prasnicki from Big Stone City, SD. On the lunch committee will be Dale and Marianne Lantis and Paula Tennis and Harold Thaden. There will be a short business meeting after the dance. Upcoming dances: May 13th we will have John Ulcek from Rapid City calling. The Old Mill Twirlers dance on Wednesday nights in the Miibmk High School Lunchroom. Use the northeast door. Visitors are always welcome. the third and one in the fifth for their Homrighausen and Laskowske all had nineruns, one hit each for the Trojans. !1 ., OSHOCK Ortonville scored one run in the Homrighausen pitched 5 1/3  rr-- F::,,__LE first on a double by Ethan Scoblic, and innings, allowing 12 hits, walking two TRACY a single by Jim May. The Trojans and striking out three. Jeremy Ohm ps in his shot. The scored two runs in the second on a went 1 2/3 innings, walking one, and place in the walk to Adam Thymian and a home striking out one. ational, run by Scoblic. Ortonville scored one l II (Jltra Gas varsity .girls track Supreme I1 XT-60 petes tw,ce at S,sseton TruckShock /..#.gendal# ,qame in Pe.4a<me AUlOmOIIOG Patl I Alignment |s Our Speciality See Mark Bowen ran her first 3200 meter for team that placed fifth.  IIIIII z,,,w,,A,,o,,,, third. The team of Goergen, Thompson, Iglllllll =,tin Sat=-o/-O,e-A,t Kelly Miller set a new girls' pole Margo Reiffenberger and Tiffany I--UI Comput.a.izedAUgnmenlSgslem. Radermacher ran 2:02. The 1600 meter medley team of Mindee Lovgren, Amber Bailey, Anna Schumacher and Hilary Libka placed sixth at 4:59. The hurdle team of Reiffenberger, Kards, Keisey Henningson, and Thompson placed fourth. The final trophy winner is Bridget Athey, who had the best finish in the 1600 meter run for third. Jena Tobin qualified in the finals for discus but did not place. Carmen Leger led our shot putters at 30'11" but 33'4" was sixth, so that was one of the most highly contested events. The girls saw competition of Region and State qualifiers from North and South Dakota. "Hopefully, this will get us ready for Conference and Sub-Section", stated coach Jan Eifealdt. vault record of 7'0" for third, and Ruth Goergen had a lifetime best of 6' for fifth. Goergen is continuing to be consis- tam in her triple jump, winning at 31'8". Liz Thompson is continuing to get back to her old form and placed second. Goergen placed third in the long jump at 14'4". Jenna Tobin had one of her best throws in the disctls at 99'6". Miller had a lifetime besHn the discus with 93', good enougkTor fifth. Friday, the team participated in a 20 team Sisseton Legion Relays event. The team ran some good races and others showed that they need some work. All place winners received tro- phies for their efforts and the follow- ing young people placed - Goergen in the long jump with fifth, triple jump fourth and pole vault fourth, her lifetime best at 6'6", and member of the four by 2130 meter relay CUSTOM BUTCHERING Mon.-Wed. " EMERGENCY BUTCHERING CALL (605) 862-8402 OR (320)839-3430 Kids" Kingdom Pre-School FOIl Wednesday, May 13 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. ;' Kingdom will be offering three enrollment for the '98-'99 school year A new addztzon is o Session designed for three-year-old children. SESSION I: SESSION !i: or four /' andTh;five8:yearl 5-1old l:!children.5 a.m Meets 11", Th; 12:15-3:15 p.m f T, Designed for four and five year old children. SESSION i11: Meets M, W; 12:15-3:15 p.m Designed for three year old children. i Minnesota DNR, Tom Conroy, regional information officer, stated that Artichoke Lake and East Toqua Lake of Graceville are showing expanding populations of walleye, northern pike and crappies. On Artichoke, the report stated that there should be a good concentration of 20-24 inch walleyes and only mod- erate numbers of 8-13 inch fish pre- sent in 1998. As for northerns, higher water lev- els last summer have contributed to good production levels, and though good angling harvested some, a mod- erate number of 14-30 inch fish should be available to anglers. The report also stated that there will be a few larger black crappies in Artichoke lake. On Toqua, there are good numbers of 20-24 inch walleyes and only mod- erate numbers of 6-11 and 15-19 inch- ors will be available this season, stated the report. A moderate number of northern pike and crappies are also in Toqua Lake, and special samplings since 1995 have revealed moderate popula- tions of black and white crappie. Regardless of which area lake anglers choose, the DNR is predicting a great season for all types of fish. Domeier stated that "we should have a real nice fishing season on all lakes this year." "' "4ferson Avenue Ortonville, MN 56278 Please stop in and visit us. If you are interested in enrolling your child, but are unable to attend, please call Sue Spors at 839-3504 or 568-2411. FreSh salads Now Available PePr.St/cks " Je Oeli Meats On. ef , Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM ORTONVILLE, MN PHONE (320) 839-2653 l Steaks. Roasts & 1 50 LB. BEE 20 il ,. $98  ,,.,,.ru,. DEU 2.99 TURKEY I FRONTS, SIDES & _ __ I QUARTERS .............. $1 .').LJ Beef - Per Lb.    HINDS .......................... -1.59 GRADUATION IS OUR SPECIALTY Assorted Meats and Cheeses Seasoned Roast Beef & Pork.* Ham & Turkey Veggie Trays * Fresh Fruit Salads PARTY PLATTERS Located at Ortonville, MN - Hwy. 75 - Hilltop MONDAY, MAY 18, 1998 SALE TIME - 10:00 AM Business known at Hilltop Sales. Excellent location, high traffic area. All corners of the property will be marked. ILLEGAL - LOTS 2-3-4- OF OL 5 - ORTOMVilLLE, MN large metal building - Has 30'x65' glass front showroom. Several offices - parts counter - parts room - restroom - Other part of building has 90'xl 00' heated shop area. Lot size 280'X150' - ..   Large t amount of concrete --- ,, ............. ,,, ,,,,,, , _ LEGAL - HILLTOP ADDmON BLOCK 14 - CiTY OF ORTONVILLE, MN Metal building used as body shop - 30'x50' with 12'xl 2' entry. Gas up to building - metal door - large paint booth. Lot size | 50'x279' LEGAL - ALL BLOCK 1 ! (EXCEPT SOUTH 82.4) Has large pole building - 50'x60' - 2 metal doors 12'x14' lot size 46'x311' LEGAL - W 104' OF BLK. 13 HILLTOP ADDITION, CITY OF Large vacant lot 80')d 04'OiiTONVILLE, MN large vacant lot 80'x231.8' LEGAL - W 104' OF LOT 1, = OUTLOT 5 - HILLTOP ADDITION : t TERMS: 10% down day of auction. Balance at closing. Approx, 30 days. Title insurance will be used - cost split 50-50. Taxes will be prorated to closing. Possession after closing. Parcels will be offered in any combination that will return most money for estate. Sold with owner's conformation. NOTICE: All warranttes on items so are between bwer and seOe As betwee attoe, eers, clerks and boyers all *terns are sold 'AS IS' and the entire dsk as to the quatty and performance o the product is  I1 'BUYER'. The auctioneers and clerks expressly d,saim all watrantms eher expressed or impll. The buyer acknowledges being so intorme prtor tO the sale, AUCTION CLERKING REAL ESTATE BROKER REAL ESTATE APPRAISER P.O. Box 190 * Milbank. SO Phone 605-432-5285 Mobile 1-800-630-50 | 8 TERMS: cash or bankable check. Out of area buyers bring letter of approval from your bank if paying by check. ALL ITEMS MUST BE PAID FOR WITHIN 1t2 HOUR AFTER AUCTION NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Th0 mas Wwi, eb e!E state Sale will be conducted by Farrell Auctioneer - Jim - Steve - Paul ]998  INDEPENDENT "Page 7