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SHOW WILL START THE CONCERT The OHS Music Department Presents Its Annual... Spring Instrumental Concert Tuesday, May 19th Starting Time, Adults- $3.00 7:30 P.M. Students - $2.00 IN THE ORTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM A The John Phillip Sousa AI winner will be announced. FROM THE CONCERT OF PRAYER, which took place n donated to Rice Hospice Branches of Ortonville, p eton. Shown here are Pastor David Hinrichs, chair- MWC Tourney (Conlmued from page 1) MWC, 3137 W. Hilltop Ln•, Franklin, Wis. 53132, tel. 414-761-0657. Big Stone Lake will also be the site of the MWC World Walleye Championship@ set for May 28-29- 30• The top 50 point accumulating teams who fished the circuit last year will compete for more than $73,0(X) and the coveted title of World Walleye Champions. The MWC is a nonprofit corpora- tion which conducts a series of pro- fessionally operated fishing tourna- ments at which family participation and conservation of fishery resources are stressed. To date the MWC Conservation Fund, the only fund of its kind in professional fishing, has contributed more than $183,000 to fisheries programs in states where MWC tournaments are held. MWC means walleye conservation®. MWC sponsors are Berkley Trilene, Lindy Little Joe, Mariner Outboards, MotorGuide, North American Fishing Club/North American Fisherman, Quantum, JERRY WERY needs two hands to hold onto this feisty lunker before being released back into Big Stone Lake. Comedy returns to Dakota Magic Make plans now to take in some Comedy Special, Comic Relief and many others! Alan Olifson a great midwest touring comedian will start your evening with unlimited laughs. The laff continues every Thursday with two hilarious comedians to include headliner Jeff McGill on May 14th, Mike Mote on May 21st, Kevin Lee Smith on May 28th, and coming in June Tim Joy(e, and many more! Be sure to watch for special updates at Court Jester's on up and coming shows• All shows begin at 8 p.m. at Court Jester's located inside Dakota Magic Casino 16849 102rid Street S.E. Hankinson. For additional information, call 701-242-7559. Senior Citizen Prom May 13 Ortonville Senior Citizens will be hosting a Senior/Senior Prom on Wednesday, May 13, 1998 at the Ortonville Senior Citizens Center from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The afternoon musical entertainment will be provided by the Bob Meyer Melody King Band. Coffee, punch and cookies will be served for refreshments. Everyone is invited to come and of Prayer steerine committee, at left, Vicki Term, Ranger Boats and Wille Products• "Laffs" with your friends and the enjoy the music, fellowship and have Hospice, and Pastor Kory Tedrick, crowd at Court Jester's, located lunch with friends old and new! mcal Ministerial Association. inside the Dakota Magic Casino near Bakeberg to tryout It Hankinson, ND at 1-29 Exit 1, and , . Coming events indulge in a little comedic stress Megan Bakeberg, daughter of relief! Randall and Sandra Bakeberg of  Starting on Thursday, May 7th and Correll, is a local entrant of the The Big Stone County every Thursday thereafter with National Piano Playing Audition in l_c Church in Annleton on Horticulture Society will meet showtime at 8 p.m. Dakota Magic Morris. Megan is a piano student of =- PP Monday, May 18 at Naomi Sandlin Casino has joined forces with Mary Schirm. 00r0000j'V00ome It " ym Lincoln, NE where Monday May llth. home, at 1:30 p.m. program - flower Midwest Comedy Express in • arrangement by Marcille Manning- bringing to Hankinson and the i also spring plant exchange, surrounding communities two of the J trnanat-.,,, ,_ and'family had a very best stand-up comedians ... [/oiantustr_a!ia for six birtitiay-supper'fr-Diane'smotae where you'll laff until you cry ... live a_si ? -,cm were several Kathy Schliesman and their dau hter and up close!! 4-H clubs Mark your calendar for Thursday, .................... May 7th and then get ready to hold ner and daughter Marge your sides when Court Jester's ' . • "" '- me Lincoln E.,t." LI ;=ll-iinS°n and her dau hter In Y Mouse g. -• - .'.-,. n and N,cholas ad monson last weekend. ,  Ludie Stolpman and " to lola Riley all gathered y.bJXate Minnie,Witte's 7-"L.eY. all sang 'Happy " pru#lll.t I, ng of Mounds View tast  =ken ;la, r. " d to v,s,t h,s =e.. dth Sprung of l. 'mu = ',lyn Gjengdahl of ;is and daughters L of Andover came : mis Dragt home • Dragt's birthday :aith Sprung and "a ,,t were also over ˘r with them. L Van Hale visited tthey in Beardsley Margaret Klein in lay. Was a Thursday at coffee guest of ing. Jorgenson spent to May 6th in to attend the grandson Scott redding of their o Bill Brantz of l'linity Lutheran ,1;O. an left Friday took Lillian Ninneman to Milbank to visit Lillian's sister Clara Angerhofer and Lillian's cousin Erma Loeschke in Whetstone Valley Nursing Home last Friday. Last Sunday Lillian Ninneman went with Clifford and Alton Hanson to celebrate Candice Ninneman's confirmation. Candice is Mark Nirmeman's daughter. Many relatives attendeda reception at Mark's hom. Monday. May 4th there w/s a wonderful potluck supper at the HomeRite Apartments. Eleven tenants were present• Delores Karets' birthday was celebrated at the same time. She furnished cake and ice cream. Wednesday afternoon Walt and Linda Rasmussen celebrated their great granddaughter Courtney Marie presents the humor of headlining BEARDSLEY GO-GETrERS By Jenna Heck The Beardsley Go Getters had their meeting on May3, 1998 at the Beardsley Auditorium. We picked up road ditches• There were 13 members and four parents present• Roll call was what did you do for May Day?.  Lisa Schmidt had a demonstration on bookends and Jacob Heck had a demonstration on how to make fishing lures. Schmidts served lunch for the club. comedian Michelle Beaudry! As a performer, writer, composer, lyricist, comedian, music director, Michelle wears many hats •.. and they all fit her perfectly ! Her explosive talent is evident when she combines comedy and music with monologue to give an in'credible, topnotch performance. Michelle has appeared at major / comedy clubs throughout the country to include Punchline, Improve, Funny Bone, Zanie's and has opened for Dana Carvey, Joan Rivers, Will Durt, Ross Shafer and has been seen on Showtime, NBC's Homemade Hoxtell, Heather Hoxtell and Janet Olson were also there to help celebrate. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Karels of Ortonville and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cartwfight Drug & Gifts r nephew's son's Sievers and Orla Onken. Everyone at St. John's had a very enjoyable afternoon. Zadow of Milbank attended the 50th lip GRADUATION REGISTRY AVAILABLE Mrs. Harvey Bruner of l Choose from large selection of gifts. Gift certificates available. video st Sunda Wednesday evening, April 29th lit, Register any gift ideas with us. Reserve balloon orders, tl I :ly Morreli, Linda Shank both of 1./, Napkin imprinting available upon request.  [ lbankandJanetteSeacey from 1I  [1 'in Brobks visited Syl Pinkert. W00tiHT DROe tilFrS Audrey Koch visited Gladys ;ister :ff Milbank Thursday. l | J Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone (320)839-610fl. _ [ High bridge players of the Friday bridge party at the ]'IM, qm.  %,.a[ wedding anniversary in honor of Mr. and Montevideo last Sunday. Jody Morreli, Linda Shank both of Milbank and Janette Seacey from Twin Brobks visited Syl Pinkert. Meister of Milbank Thursday. afternoon Ortonville Senior Center were Lloyd ho00t • family needed 1 AF -hapter is still has been staying with the Jerry and ,,7l1 a II,,s, fanrlily for the Marge Dragsth family. In June she /-.ea iov=lllll0"a°°! Y r. A family is will be returning to her native .. -" Ind shelter for a country of Ecuador. r ge st Udent for a ten If you are interested in hosting a I " z studcat Leo Chiribogo student_ please_ .call Becky Holtquist at 605.432_4282" Problem i Water? Call the ECOWATER Squad! • . . i - " ancing Available. ECO WATER '" = -" Y S T E M S I 1 GET A CLEAR VIEW! Engaged Douglas and Valerie Berg of Odessa, and Key in and Peggy Rademacher of Rosen announce the engagement of their children Kristine and Jeff. A June 20th wedding is planned. UMVRDC May meeting The Upper Minnesota Valley Regional Development Commission will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, May 18, 1998 at Klein National Bank in Madison. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. \\; How Can Two Work Together Except They Agree PM983 1998 20th Annwersary Excluswe Members: Only Figurine Shop Cartwright Drug for your new 1998 collection of Precious Moments ® figurines. Reserve the new 1998 dated figurine ornament ONLY AT CARTWRIGHT DRUG & GIFTS Ortonville, MN 56278" Phone (320)839"6102 f $7.00 PER H0UR! IOI, Inc. is looking for 10 Customer Service Representatives to process credit card applications over the phone. In addition to the $7.00 starting wage, we offer." • 4 pay increases in the first year • Paid weekly bonuses available • Advancement opportunities • A positive work atmosphere • Medical and dental insurance • Evening differential pay • Paid maternity leave • Weekly paychecks • Overtime available • Personal days • A regular shift JOHN AND STEVE will give you top quality service. • Paid vacation Repair or replace your cracked windshield at • Paid holidays Progressive. We have the area's largest windshield • Paid training inventory to give you the best service! • 401k ; We are looking for positive, reliable individuals COLLISION & GLASS CENTER, INC. Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 109 SE 2nd Street • Ortonville, MN 56278 • (320) 839-2255 INDEPENDENT with pleasant voices. Some typing experience preferred. You bring the right attitude, we'll train you with the right skills. Come and join our team of GREAT EMPLOYEES! Call Angelo @ (320) 695-000 or apply in person @ 10 W. Broadway Browns Valley MN 56219 I I Page 5