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URNAMENTS ARE CATCH AND RELEASE. This fish is headed back to the lake via the walleye slide, operated by Mary Arndt. C Walleye Tourney set r 22-23, Big Stone Lake on team; Jim and Bob 'and du Lac, Wis., col- t i Masters Walleye m at Big Stone Lake t year by weighing a trait totaling 39.98 lbs. !Ooking to reoeat their 2-23 at the Berkley attle Joe Team tourna- in stiff COmpetition from ='"g 199 teams, which reigning MW 'r.- • C Team of nanns brothers Tom and 1. [ram Hatley and Y's • - - Big Stone tourney, fished rocky mid-lake ,sslp i bobber rgs tipped 40",2,,  said they caught t'uteyes over 21 inches " _ ey day, but the bite ..'gY two, with the team  final fish just before ll'ure the victory. s e, though somewhat -" aximum depth of 16 e,. °f the highest walleye h,., -r acre in the state "e I ength encompasses i-t- - 'face acres and con, li', 30 fish species. t-t°,urnament director '_ We ve had a normal 'c01rln,g, so the walleyes "pmg by tournament )resentations will walleyes. The rd last year with ed perch-colored te's deeper sec- L, of Ortonville, and or Big Stone City 'ith 29.18 lbs. They end of Big Stone, Colored crankbaits line in two feet of has will be compet- hPrize money, with e Winners. Weigh- ins will take place in Ortonville's Lakeside Park beginning at 3:00 p.m. May 22nd and 2:30 p.m. May 23rd. The public is invited to attend-- admission is free. All MWC tourna- ments are catch and release. The tournament field of 200 teams is already filled. For further informa- tion, contact Sonja Pinkert, Big Stone Lake Area Chamber, 41 N.W. 2nd St., Ortonville, Minn. 56278, tel. 320- 839-3284 or 800-568-5722, or the MWC at 3137 W. Hilltop Ln., Franklin, Wis. 53132, tel. 414-761- 0657. The MWC is a nonprofit corpora- tion which conducts a series of pro- fessionally run fishing tournaments at which family participation and con- servation of fishery resources are stressed. To date the MWC Conservation Fund, the only fund of its kind in pro- fessional fishing, has contributed more than $194,000 to fisheries pro- grams in states where MWC tourna- ments are held. Contributions to Big Stone Lake fishery projects have topped the $20,000 mark. MWC sponsors are Berkley Trilene, Lindy Little Joe, Mercury Outboards, Motor Guide, North American Fishing Club/North American Fisherman, Quantum and Ranger Boats. Supporting sponsors: Big Jan, Inc. and Goldeneye Products, Inc. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY FORD MERCURY Milbank Valley Archers League Results Sharer  X's J. Cloos Milbank 294 32 S. Dahle Ortonville 294 25 B. Zahnow Big Stone 292 38 A. Veen Milbank 289 33 L. Capp Milbank 289 27 K. Capp Milbank 282 16 J. Cloos Milbank 278 16 K. Przybycien Milbank 273 18 B. Gatz Milbank 261 20 Need A Low Interest Home Loan? USDA/Rural Developmeht Office Hours: Ist & 3rd Wednesday each month 9:30-11:30 a.m. in the Farm Service Agency Office in Ortonville. CALL 320-235-5612 FOR MORE INFORMATION Equal Housing Opportunity Jesse VenturaAction Figures #llthe time to get your own Governor for 118.98. the Coch trot Navy SEAL for 119.98 e.h. pt,/mmt to: PO Box 28025 - Dept M1 OO, dfle, MN 55128-0025 add 14.50 iing & lmadli pet and 6.5q6 mdm tax for Minnesota rmden,m. emil 1-888.VENTU RA with credit cared orders more grit Vemura mcrchmcli|e Wd itc at ,.vmmcom. and develop the arts in the Big Stone ways to control conflict and violence Area." (Including Big Stone County in their lives. The booklet is designed and surrounding communities.) Goals for 7 to 12-year-aids, but all ages are set for the BSAC include: a brochure, welcome. Arts Calendar, Artist Directory, The program is timely in light of website, newsletter, to include youth the recent events in Littleton, CO. and other communities in the Lunch will be provided by Augusta organization, and to showcase area Lutheran Ladies Aid. door prizes. artists. Everyone welcome! Plans are tentative for a local area- wide production of "The Music '= uou=-'-n""""" Man." Recently, Director Terry Mikes of the Red Ruby Dinner theater in Willmar toured the possible performance sites. Also being looked Linksters win 16- team Cowboy Invite Thursday, May 6, the Ortonville Trojan boys golf team traveled to Breckenridge to defend their 1998 crown and came away with a one stroke victory over Moorhead 310- 311. Playing in changing weather condi- tions, the "D'ojans posted solid scores from top to bottom as Tracy Grossman shot 76, Scott Sandberg 77, Pete Ross 78, Dan Ross 79, Mike Sandberg 83 and Andy Ross 89. Team scores for the event had Ortonville 310, Moorhead 311, Hawley 316, Perham 322, CACGB 323, WCA 327, Wahpeton 330, Pelican Rapids 336, LPA 343, Battle Lake 352, Barnesville 360, Breckenridge 368, Underwood 374, Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton 378, and Wheaten 400. The Trojans travel to Benson Thursday in a dual meet for varsity and junior varsity members. Arts Council plans ahead Big Stone Arts Council organized in October 1997. Members meet monthly, in the Community Room of the Countryside Public Health building, in Ortonville. These meetings are open for the public to attend. To date there are 37 members. the next meeting will be May 18. In April the BSAC met, to define objectives for the upcoming year. Ongoing projects include Youth Development, Stars in the Park, Intergenerational, Theater-Music- Dance, and Facility planning, the , organizations mission is "To promote NORTHEAST ORTHOPAEDIC CENTER Serving N.E. South Dakota and Western Minnesota for 13 years Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Hospital. Call Lori Larson at 1-320-839-2502 for an appointment. .... NOW ACCEMEDICARE ! ::i!!' !ii!!i ! m (SOS) e82.z630  or 1-800-6584763 Mallard Polnte Busines8 Park Watertown, SD Terry L  M.D. Midml J. M.D.. M.D. "The Future is in Your Hands" Workshop This "Back to Work" workshop is to promote non-traditional employment and education and to improve basic skills neces- sary for re-employment. Men or women, including high school students are welcome. Single Parents, Displaced Homemakers, and Single Pregnant women are also encouraged to attend. June 7-11 8:30 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. Monday thru FddaY Minneeota Weet Community & Technical College Canby • Granite Falls • Jecklon • Pip°atone • Cost: None • The wodshop includes Classes, Instructions, Lunch and Supplies • The Professional Image for Women end Men • The Resume • Keeling the Job # J PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED Questions or to Regista /l :..'."'u"'',--CH, • c" - "%r o c= oede at t.oo-so-2535  -; or 223-7252 Equal Opportunity Educator/Employe |,1 i i I at are the financial requirements and detail of production and performance. Grant applications and fund raising possibilities are also being explored. Hats off to the talented area artists and youth in their performing and artistic abilities. AAL to host non- violent workshop Aid Association for Lutherans Branch #2516 is sponsoring the program "Without Violence" with Madison police officer Jay Oellien as moderator. This will take place on Thursday, May 13 at 8 p.m. at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Bellingham, with the May monthly meeting at 7:15 p.m. The program includes a video that demonstrates what people have done to reduce or control the amount of violence in their lives, families and communities. Adults attending will receive a magazine which provides a good understanding of violence and conflict, as well as practical steps to reduce them. Children attending will receive an activity book which teaches positive Frank and Jackie Ryan, together with Don and Jeanette Felton, are pleased to announce the engagement of their children Jessica Hope and Michael Dean. Jessie and Mike both graduated from Moorhead State University on May 7th. Jessie earned her degree in Early Childhood Education and Mike has a double major in Psychology and Criminal Justice. A June 19th wedding at Zion Lutheran Church in Milaca is planned. '94 Ford F150 XLT 4x4 Regular Cab SPECtAL $9,295 '95 GMC Jimmy Loaded - 63,000 Miles SPEC/AL $13,699 MILBANK FORD...WHERE YOU GET SERVICE AFTER THE SALE! Call Us Toll Free For A Deal - 1-800-594-9409 'I/Vorking hard to earn your business." Milbank Ford & Mercury West Hwy. 12 • Milbank, SD 57252 • 605-432-4525 I I II II PRAIRIE FIVE RIDES BUS TOLL FREE 1-877-757-4337.. Public transportation system for all ages. 24-hour advance notice requested. Hours 7:30 am - 5 pm, Monday - Friday FARES: $. 15/rdile round trip; Seniors 60+ can donate Call for schedule to destinations. SCt00DULE Tuesday: Service for Clinton, e & Bemdsley A, W, Th, F" Service within Big Stone County for • e •  • • Barry • Johnson • • Clinton •  • Beardsley Other Desanat/ons • Millxmk • Watertown • Wheaton • F " St Cloud • Morns • Browns Valley • Marshall • Twin Cities • Willmar Prairie Five RIDES serves Big Stone, Chippewa, Lac qui Parle, Swift and Y low Medicine Counties Volunteer Drivers also available II I I I Win SlOOO Cash Every Friday! Your Club Card for 1 ;e entry at 8, 9 and 10pro party. Llve entertainment and great specials Earn Double Pobat Every Tuesda • Simply use your Player's Club Card as normal • Also don't miss Two Bit Keno ' 11, 1999 00INDEPENDENT Page 5 lira URNAMENTS ARE CATCH AND RELEASE. This fish is headed back to the lake via the walleye slide, operated by Mary Arndt. C Walleye Tourney set r 22-23, Big Stone Lake on team; Jim and Bob 'and du Lac, Wis., col- t i Masters Walleye m at Big Stone Lake t year by weighing a trait totaling 39.98 lbs. !Ooking to reoeat their 2-23 at the Berkley attle Joe Team tourna- in stiff COmpetition from ='"g 199 teams, which reigning MW 'r.- • C Team of nanns brothers Tom and 1. [ram Hatley and Y's • - - Big Stone tourney, fished rocky mid-lake ,sslp i bobber rgs tipped 40",2,,  said they caught t'uteyes over 21 inches " _ ey day, but the bite ..'gY two, with the team  final fish just before ll'ure the victory. s e, though somewhat -" aximum depth of 16 e,. °f the highest walleye h,., -r acre in the state "e I ength encompasses i-t- - 'face acres and con, li', 30 fish species. t-t°,urnament director '_ We ve had a normal 'c01rln,g, so the walleyes "pmg by tournament )resentations will walleyes. The rd last year with ed perch-colored te's deeper sec- L, of Ortonville, and or Big Stone City 'ith 29.18 lbs. They end of Big Stone, Colored crankbaits line in two feet of has will be compet- hPrize money, with e Winners. Weigh- ins will take place in Ortonville's Lakeside Park beginning at 3:00 p.m. May 22nd and 2:30 p.m. May 23rd. The public is invited to attend-- admission is free. All MWC tourna- ments are catch and release. The tournament field of 200 teams is already filled. For further informa- tion, contact Sonja Pinkert, Big Stone Lake Area Chamber, 41 N.W. 2nd St., Ortonville, Minn. 56278, tel. 320- 839-3284 or 800-568-5722, or the MWC at 3137 W. Hilltop Ln., Franklin, Wis. 53132, tel. 414-761- 0657. The MWC is a nonprofit corpora- tion which conducts a series of pro- fessionally run fishing tournaments at which family participation and con- servation of fishery resources are stressed. To date the MWC Conservation Fund, the only fund of its kind in pro- fessional fishing, has contributed more than $194,000 to fisheries pro- grams in states where MWC tourna- ments are held. Contributions to Big Stone Lake fishery projects have topped the $20,000 mark. MWC sponsors are Berkley Trilene, Lindy Little Joe, Mercury Outboards, Motor Guide, North American Fishing Club/North American Fisherman, Quantum and Ranger Boats. Supporting sponsors: Big Jan, Inc. and Goldeneye Products, Inc. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY FORD MERCURY Milbank Valley Archers League Results Sharer  X's J. Cloos Milbank 294 32 S. Dahle Ortonville 294 25 B. Zahnow Big Stone 292 38 A. Veen Milbank 289 33 L. Capp Milbank 289 27 K. Capp Milbank 282 16 J. Cloos Milbank 278 16 K. Przybycien Milbank 273 18 B. Gatz Milbank 261 20 Need A Low Interest Home Loan? USDA/Rural Developmeht Office Hours: Ist & 3rd Wednesday each month 9:30-11:30 a.m. in the Farm Service Agency Office in Ortonville. CALL 320-235-5612 FOR MORE INFORMATION Equal Housing Opportunity Jesse VenturaAction Figures #llthe time to get your own Governor for 118.98. the Coch trot Navy SEAL for 119.98 e.h. pt,/mmt to: PO Box 28025 - Dept M1 OO, dfle, MN 55128-0025 add 14.50 iing & lmadli pet and 6.5q6 mdm tax for Minnesota rmden,m. emil 1-888.VENTU RA with credit cared orders more grit Vemura mcrchmcli|e Wd itc at ,.vmmcom. and develop the arts in the Big Stone ways to control conflict and violence Area." (Including Big Stone County in their lives. The booklet is designed and surrounding communities.) Goals for 7 to 12-year-aids, but all ages are set for the BSAC include: a brochure, welcome. Arts Calendar, Artist Directory, The program is timely in light of website, newsletter, to include youth the recent events in Littleton, CO. and other communities in the Lunch will be provided by Augusta organization, and to showcase area Lutheran Ladies Aid. door prizes. artists. Everyone welcome! Plans are tentative for a local area- wide production of "The Music '= uou=-'-n""""" Man." Recently, Director Terry Mikes of the Red Ruby Dinner theater in Willmar toured the possible performance sites. Also being looked Linksters win 16- team Cowboy Invite Thursday, May 6, the Ortonville Trojan boys golf team traveled to Breckenridge to defend their 1998 crown and came away with a one stroke victory over Moorhead 310- 311. Playing in changing weather condi- tions, the "D'ojans posted solid scores from top to bottom as Tracy Grossman shot 76, Scott Sandberg 77, Pete Ross 78, Dan Ross 79, Mike Sandberg 83 and Andy Ross 89. Team scores for the event had Ortonville 310, Moorhead 311, Hawley 316, Perham 322, CACGB 323, WCA 327, Wahpeton 330, Pelican Rapids 336, LPA 343, Battle Lake 352, Barnesville 360, Breckenridge 368, Underwood 374, Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton 378, and Wheaten 400. The Trojans travel to Benson Thursday in a dual meet for varsity and junior varsity members. Arts Council plans ahead Big Stone Arts Council organized in October 1997. Members meet monthly, in the Community Room of the Countryside Public Health building, in Ortonville. These meetings are open for the public to attend. To date there are 37 members. the next meeting will be May 18. In April the BSAC met, to define objectives for the upcoming year. Ongoing projects include Youth Development, Stars in the Park, Intergenerational, Theater-Music- Dance, and Facility planning, the , organizations mission is "To promote NORTHEAST ORTHOPAEDIC CENTER Serving N.E. South Dakota and Western Minnesota for 13 years Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Hospital. Call Lori Larson at 1-320-839-2502 for an appointment. .... NOW ACCEMEDICARE ! ::i!!' !ii!!i ! m (SOS) e82.z630  or 1-800-6584763 Mallard Polnte Busines8 Park Watertown, SD Terry L  M.D. Midml J. M.D.. M.D. "The Future is in Your Hands" Workshop This "Back to Work" workshop is to promote non-traditional employment and education and to improve basic skills neces- sary for re-employment. Men or women, including high school students are welcome. Single Parents, Displaced Homemakers, and Single Pregnant women are also encouraged to attend. June 7-11 8:30 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. Monday thru FddaY Minneeota Weet Community & Technical College Canby • Granite Falls • Jecklon • Pip°atone • Cost: None • The wodshop includes Classes, Instructions, Lunch and Supplies • The Professional Image for Women end Men • The Resume • Keeling the Job # J PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED Questions or to Regista /l :..'."'u"'',--CH, • c" - "%r o c= oede at t.oo-so-2535  -; or 223-7252 Equal Opportunity Educator/Employe |,1 i i I at are the financial requirements and detail of production and performance. Grant applications and fund raising possibilities are also being explored. Hats off to the talented area artists and youth in their performing and artistic abilities. AAL to host non- violent workshop Aid Association for Lutherans Branch #2516 is sponsoring the program "Without Violence" with Madison police officer Jay Oellien as moderator. This will take place on Thursday, May 13 at 8 p.m. at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Bellingham, with the May monthly meeting at 7:15 p.m. The program includes a video that demonstrates what people have done to reduce or control the amount of violence in their lives, families and communities. Adults attending will receive a magazine which provides a good understanding of violence and conflict, as well as practical steps to reduce them. Children attending will receive an activity book which teaches positive Frank and Jackie Ryan, together with Don and Jeanette Felton, are pleased to announce the engagement of their children Jessica Hope and Michael Dean. Jessie and Mike both graduated from Moorhead State University on May 7th. Jessie earned her degree in Early Childhood Education and Mike has a double major in Psychology and Criminal Justice. A June 19th wedding at Zion Lutheran Church in Milaca is planned. '94 Ford F150 XLT 4x4 Regular Cab SPECtAL $9,295 '95 GMC Jimmy Loaded - 63,000 Miles SPEC/AL $13,699 MILBANK FORD...WHERE YOU GET SERVICE AFTER THE SALE! Call Us Toll Free For A Deal - 1-800-594-9409 'I/Vorking hard to earn your business." Milbank Ford & Mercury West Hwy. 12 • Milbank, SD 57252 • 605-432-4525 I I II II PRAIRIE FIVE RIDES BUS TOLL FREE 1-877-757-4337.. Public transportation system for all ages. 24-hour advance notice requested. Hours 7:30 am - 5 pm, Monday - Friday FARES: $. 15/rdile round trip; Seniors 60+ can donate Call for schedule to destinations. SCt00DULE Tuesday: Service for Clinton, e & Bemdsley A, W, Th, F" Service within Big Stone County for • e •  • • Barry • Johnson • • Clinton •  • Beardsley Other Desanat/ons • Millxmk • Watertown • Wheaton • F " St Cloud • Morns • Browns Valley • Marshall • Twin Cities • Willmar Prairie Five RIDES serves Big Stone, Chippewa, Lac qui Parle, Swift and Y low Medicine Counties Volunteer Drivers also available II I I I Win SlOOO Cash Every Friday! Your Club Card for 1 ;e entry at 8, 9 and 10pro party. Llve entertainment and great specials Earn Double Pobat Every Tuesda • Simply use your Player's Club Card as normal • Also don't miss Two Bit Keno ' 11, 1999 00INDEPENDENT Page 5 lira