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May 5, 1998

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National guild auditions to be held this week Twelve local piano pupils from the class of Mary Schirm and LuAnn Rheingans have registered as candi- dates for membership in the National Fraternity of Student Musicians, sponsored by the National Guild of Piano Teachers, Teacher Division of The American College of musicians of which their teacher is a member. This group of young piano hobb,ists will play in the National Piano Playing Auditions in Morris and strive for Pledges, Local, District, State, National or even International honors which the Mother organization will confer according to the number of standard baroque, classic, romantic and modern pieces chosen from the Masters of pianoforte literature each student can creditably perform in the presence of an imported examiner of note. From coast to coast over 119,931 enthusiastic piano pupils of the nation will participate in this annual national piano-playing event being held in 843 music centers of the llangnng & Rose Bushes 2 - Now thru Sunday, May 10 OR Order Morn a beautiful bouquet or lant for her special day! With Teleflora we'll send your order   anywhere across the c2 United States. O o p Dakota Country Landscapes & Floral Jeff & Holli Seehafer S. Hwy. 15, P.O. Box 267, Milbanko SD, 57252-0267 6O5-432-59OO i country and every entrant worth his salt will be certificated, given a gold or bronze embossed pin, a year's Membership in the National fraternity of Student Musicians and Piano Hobbyists of the World. The names of the local entrants are, Schirm's students: Katie Brown, daughter of Chuck and Becky Brown; Kaylee Bakebsrg, daughter of Randy and Sandi Bakeberg; Jacob, Melissa and Nicole Fragodt, children of Randy and Connie Fragodt; Alisha Milander, daughter of Rick and Lisa Milander; Laura Molden, daughter of Larry and Marie Molden; Ashley Olson, daughter of Rick and Kim Olson; Tori Rolfsmeier, daughter of Randy and Sue Rolfsmeier; Hillary Wiese, daughter of Warren and Barb Monday--Cheese omelettes, toast, apple juice. Tuesday--French toast, smokies, orange juice. Wednesday--English muffins, cheese slice pineapple juice. Thursday--Cereal, toast, grape juice. Friday--Apple muffins, cheese "les, apple juice. . Lunch Mo'tKlay--Long spaghetti with meat sauce, cheese breadsticks, pears. Tuesday--Chicken strips, french fries, green beans, peaches. Wednesday--Rice/hamburger hotdish, corn,'mixed fruit. Thursday Hamburgers on buns, carrot/celery sticks, apple. Friday--Turkey nuggets, peas, month of May: Graceville - Hi-Lo Apartments - May 18, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Madison 422 5th Avenue - May 27, 3 to 5:30 p.m. Ortonville - 47 NW 2nd St., #104 - May 4, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. iiT:iiii!T!!!i!iiiiii!:,!!! ig Sto Modem Cabins .Boats/Motors .Store Jim and Dont d Big Stone City, 605-432-6911 or Q Buy 6 Shad Raps and get a Normark cap and Normark CI Buy a Hagen rod and a Daiwa reel and get a spool of line Wiese; and Carmala Wood, daughter orange, cup and 50 jigs FREE of Tom and Carol Wood. WANTED .... Rheingansstudents:IlsaSkurdahl, A large area rug or piece of S L g t daughter of Philip and Phyliss carpeting for the floor in the library. Sehmidt' andin o Skurdahl; Nicole Meyer, daughter of Please contact Sandy Haugen. Bruce Meyer and Alana Meyer; and Thanks, . league rules meet, ng, Sara Owens, daughter of Mike and Bonnie Owens. Immunization Schmidt s Landing is getting ready league are encouraged m clinics for May ,o kick off its summer walleye fishing meeting. league on Big Stone Lake. A rules A calcutta will follow Counyside Public Health Service meeting will be held this Wednesday, For additional school news is sponsoring immunization clinics at May 6 beginning at 6:15 p.m. or Donna at Schmidt's  the following times and places for the All anglers interested in joining the On your markget ready....-. The one-mile run is scheduled for May 1t, 12 or 13, whichever day is the most perfect for it! The only event left in the president's fitness event is the mile run. Most kids have been practicing; please continue to encourage his child to to their best. Depot Rummage News The summer-long on going rummage sale at the depot will officially open next Wednesday, May 6. The hours are 1:30 - 4:30 p.m. Volunteers are always welcome for various jobs. If you can and would like to help out, please call Sue Ohm at 568"-2527. Carpeting for the kitchen floor in the City Hall was purchased with profit from last year's sales. Stop in and see it sometime!. Looks great! Wednesday, May 6 D.A.R.E. graduation ceremony at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 13 - 6th grade orientation at Ortonville & LqP schools- 1:00-2:15 p.m. Thursday, 5-14- Swimming lesson reg-6:30; 6th grade pictures-6:15; Spring Musical-7:30 Friday, 5-15 - Play at U of M, Morris play begins at 10 a.m. MENU Breakfast TTENTION: SENIOR Ortonville Area Health Services will be focus groups regarding senior housing in the Big Lake area. Anyone looking for housing or contemplating changing their housing needs in the future who can one hour to share views on senior housing needs, please contact Kim Huizenga at OAHS at (320) to participate in a focus group. 'O'ul u   x LORI B'S STAFF invites you to stop in this week. Left to right, are ,! () . Becky Gloege, Lori Nelson and Brenda Molden. . kv O00amu:e&00 , . I> Celebrate With Us ". Now thru "\\; Saturday, May 9th fro OFF*. - DISCOUNT STOREWIDE We will be serving refreshments Tuesday and Wednesday. m Nil   Thissale "LOI00I 100'8 does not include ar hosiery, purses or socks. WOH'B .A.PPXR.HL Main Street - Orlonvtlle, Minnesota 320-839-2495 [] Junior, Petite, Misses, Plus Sizes ) , INDEPENDENT