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n runner treks from sa to Meadowbrook regularly By Mary Taffe runner, Dennis tins 16-20 miles from J. S. Fish and Wildlife to his home north Park. He start- ago to maintain a to pattie- Wildlife prograra of prescribed prairie Lien started miles a day to pass step was to join the Which went out "In order to get on to get in shape, I ran the more S. Fish Wildlife includes eight states the Forest In JOined the crew s. He is goes when it. d variety of races, tes) such as the a, Grandma's in and the Marine D.C. take a lot out of walk they're not summer's fastest time seconds. As to don't push so I'm more rest- one day a he has lost went from health then He thought running and still eat- four years in the eight- race is 62 He won Division in and eighth place very rewarding," .competitive set- .going as he in a race and times at in the This is :k and Field, in the U. S. track and field f events. Runners are separated into five-year divisions so they compete in their age bracket. When I first started running I did- n't think I needed to stretch, " Lien laughed. After a few pulled muscles he committed ten minutes before and half an hour after to stretching. Lien usually runs 40 miles a week. Before a marathon he pushes that up to 60-65 miles. "They say there's a runner's high, and you really do feel like your running on air," Lien smiled, "... for a while." "The first mile is the toughest, but once 1 get out there I wonder why I was having so much trouble," Lien said. He likes to get in one long run a week. While the lakeroad may not be set up well for runners and traffic, Lien enjoys the area for its shade in summer, shelter in the winter, and of course its beauty. Lien is originally from Watertown, S.D. and his wife Susan, is from Pittsburgh, PA. They have lived many places and 21/2 years ago moved from Minneapolis to a home near Meadowbrook State Park, north of Ortonville. has better farrnrecording Agency (FSA) This change was designed to enhance Landowners are encouraged to dis- of an recording farm ) tracts. A by FSA to by bound- will provide Operators with available on the farm. S cuss the contents of the letter with ten- ants. After review of the detailed information, no further action is required. If it is believed that any information in the letter is not correct, an owner or operator should request a review in writing with county FSA personnel by not later than June 12, 1998. nephew of Ann FSA's ability to utilize new technolo- gy to better serve the producer. State Executive Director Wally Sparby notes that in the new method of recording data there is no change in total farm contract acreage or pay- ment yield for farms signed into the Agricultural Marketing Transaction Act. FSA personnel ask each recipient of a letter to read it carefully. [ INDEPENDENT WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS! ] le, has been [ esota Values .,is! for winter _Campuses of of Willmar and included on the must carry at maintain a 3.5 on a 4.0 scale in n the Dean's of Big Iof announced its for stu- grade 12 31' Gerald and and and Mary Were includ- 1a/too Minnesota seniors know who they can trust. An old friend. A good neighbor. And when it comes to health cover- age, for sixty years they've relied on Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota. Blue Cross offers you a wide range of medi- care supplements, including their Basic Medicare Select Plan, Senior Gold. They offer the stateg largest physician net- work, to help you keep the doctor you know and trust. Worldwide coverage that won't let you down when you travel. Paperless claims to keep your coverage simple. And special- ized senior rvice teams that are always there to help you with questions. ItS; coverage you can count on, all at an affordable price, too. For more information, contact the local agent listed below. M 25 Northwest 2rid Street Ortonville, MN Phone 839-2568 BlueCross Blue.Shield of Minnesota A member of the Blue Croi and Blue Shield AMadatien, an umciatkm Mindelm Blue Cross and Blue Shkqd plan Re4stered fmirk of the Blue C Ind Blue Shield AmCtltlon Co00. Neighbors. Friends. Coverage. O 1993 Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Healthcare gets gifts in honor of area residents Memorial and honorarium gifts that, have been given recently to the Big Stone Health Care Foundation include the following: In memory of Carl Freiwald given by Betty Schwarze. In memory of Ben Zimmerman given by Stan& Marjorie Lindholm. In memory of Doug Weinman given by Bette Weinman and Carl & Jan Schrnidt. In memory of Glen Matthews given by James & Muriel Geier, Howard & Vivian Janssen, John & Joan Jurgens and Stan & Marjorie Lindholm In memory of Dale Giese given by Dolores Christensen and Stan & Marjorie Lindholm. In memory of Alice Davis given by Vince & Marguerite Stegner, Dr. & Mrs. Robert Yaeger and Norm & Gen Davis. In memory of Birdie Hanson given by Stan & Marjorie Lindholm. In memory of Helen Perseke given by Betty Schwarze, Jim & Dee Strong, Howard & Vivian Janssen and Jean Danielson. In memory of Donald Vangsness given by Stan & Marjorie Lindholm. In memory of Norm Tangen given by John & Joan Jurgens, Vince & Marguerite Stegner, Start & Marjorie Lindholm, Alta Froelich, Germain & Pat Kunz, Jean Belgum, James & Muriel Geier, Maurice & Vera Johnson, Burton & Geri Nypen, Norm & Gen Davis, Ad Tangen and Norm's friends. In memory of Loren (L0nnie) Dittes given by Audrey Koch, Robert and Lois Pflueger, Stan& Marjorie Lindholm and Norm & Gen Davis. In memory of Naomi Nypen given by Alta Froelich, Stan& Marjorie Lindhoim, and Germain & Pat Kunz. In memory of Dale Ross "given by Stan & Marjorie Lindholm. In memory of Opal Loy given by Mary Geier and Norm & Gen Davis. In memory of Elizabeth (Libby) Taffe given by Bill & Donna Hoel, Nancy Zehringer, John & Joan Jurgens, James & Muriel Geier, Paul & Marilyn Lindahl, Start & Marjorie Lindholm and Howard & Vivian Janssen. In memory of Daisy Schwarze given by Audrey Koch, Howard & Vivian Janssen and Stan& Marjorie Lindholm. In memory of Hilda Storm given by Howard & Vivian Janssen. In memory of Gayland Chase given by Howard & Vvian Janssen, John & Joan Jurgens, Jim & Dee Strong, and Marlys Chase and family. In memory of Esther Kottwitz given by John & Joan Jurgens. In memory of Vernon Hunt given by Stan& Marjorie Lindholm. / In memory of Cliff Djonne given 00INDEPENDENT SIXTH GRADE LADY CAGERS TEAM from Ortonville with their consolation ribbons at Wahpeton, ND are seated left to right are Bethany Heirigs, Jessica Milhm, Am, Speth and Amanda Pederson. Standing are Coach Hoernemann, Michelle Amundson, Sarah Karels, Jenna Longhenry and Amy Smith. by Start & Marjorie Lindholm. In memory of Harold Rahe given by Mary Geier and Howard & Vivian Janssen. In memory of Kirsten Rausch given by Alta Froelich and Burton & Geri Nypen. Family members have received a card from Big Stone Health Care Foundation notifying them of these gifts from their friends. Honoring the memory, of a loved one or recogmzmg a relative's or friend's special occasion is a unique gift of remembrance. Gifts may be mailed to Big Stone Health Care Foundation, 750 Eastvold Ave., Ortonville, MN 56278 or dropped off at the office located in the lower level of the Northside Medical Center. For more information call 320-839-2502, ext. 4135. Prairie Five menu Reservations may be made by calling the Senior Center. When requesting a meal call the Senior Center the day prior to eating at 839- 3555 before 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 5 Cook's Choice Day Wednesday, May 6 Roast Turkey, Boiled Potatoes/Gravy, Peas, Strawberry Surprise, Whole Wheat Bread Thursday, May 7 Pork Chop, Oven Browned Potatoes, Wis. Blend Vegetables, Cookie or Bar, Raisin Bread Friday, May 8 Meatloaf, Baked Potato, Mexican Corn, Fruit Sauce, Whole Wheat Bread Monday, May 11 Country Style Ribs, Boiled Potatoes, Sauerkraut, Pudding/ Topping, Raisin Bread Tuesday, May 12 Salmon Loaf, Mashed Potatoes, Creamed Peas, Jello Cubes, Rye Bread ( RN'$ LPN'8 NA/R'S HHA'8 Senleritan thany, Ir. has opportunities to perfornl meninlTl , caring work in our Nursing Departments. Join our team and make a dHl'eroncel 8mmmeltan - Bethmf Helghtm 84mrltan ISethamy Hon on Bohth 1530 ! I" Aventm NW 24 8  Street NW Rochemr, MN 55901 Rochester, MN 55901 tmnmttan  H Hqmlth 84wvlees 101 7  Sb'eet NW Suite 10 Rochestm', MN 55901 .. , uo, Important announcement for U S WEST" customers in Ortonville. A new service called U S WEST Caller ID is now available to customers in the Ortonville area. Caller ID subscribers can see the name and number of who is calling before they pick up the phone. Unlike some of our other new services, Caller ID must be ordered if you are interested in the service. If you call a residential or a business customer who has the service, they will see your name and telephone number on a special Caller ID unit attached to their phone. Your name and number will appear even if you have non-listed or non-published service. Because you may sometimes not want to have your name and number displayed to Caller ID customers, U S WEST has provided free Per Call Blocking on your line. Per Call Blocking is free and easy to use, is always there when you need It and there Is no charge and nothing to order. To use Per Call Blocking, Just dial (or 1167 on rotary phones) before tlllg the number, and your name and number will no app4tr. This service is on your line now. Use %7 if yOU do not want the person you called to return your call automatically with Last Call Return. If as a residential customer, you usually don't want your name and number displayed on any calls to customers with Caller ID service, you can order Per Line Blocking. With Per Line Blocking, all your outgoing calls are identified "Private" or "Anonymous," unless you dial "82, One Call Unbiock before placing the call. *82 allows your name and number to appear for that call only. Per Line Blocking must be ordered, however there is no monthly charge. Businesses with special needs, such as law enforcement and battered persons' agencies, can also order Per Une Blocking. lUl.00'@ life's better here "67 may not work when rallm from some coin tck-phones, Key, PgX and Centrex systems. Customers will receive a fast, busy tone. MN 0598 Page 3b