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ACE EVER! That&apos;s what Gary Johnson of Ortonville is in above photo. Gary, who carries a 15 handicap and golf for about 30 years, scored his hole-in-one late e Ortonville course. He used a 4 iron on the 164 yard with him was wife Evie and, on the green when the le, were Ben Shelstad and Josh Sykora. This is the )n the Ortonville course this year and on the same being scored by 15-year-old Mike Sandberg, his career. Class to hold playschool Child Development Child Development Thursday and 14 and 15 for 5 years old. aired in a ling activities, ./tnd- sak yr approve, we !possible for school for your-child. The class runs from 1:30- 2:20 p.m. "We are looking forward to having your child participate," says Carol Barrett, who is instructing the class. Cancer board meet ah'ual '6'e'tiri a' supper /neti6. :;' will be held at the Matador Tucada ,, May 26, at 6 p.m. <\< Athey receives top honors for quarter Dale L. Athey for Senior Non- of the fourth the annual United ,roe Enlisted Banquet Allied specifically through participation in Operation JOINT GUARD. Athey joined the USAF in 1979 and has been stationed in Mississippi, Florida, North Dakota, Norway, Colorado and presently in Belgium. His military decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, Joint NOTICE TO GARDENERS so nominated for ssioned Officer ;enior Information ned to the United V Service Commendation Medal, Air is one of the Force Commendation Medal with , two oak leaf clusters, National r infer na ion Defense Service Medal, Armed It the Jn ted Forces Expeditionary Medal and the Military Humanitarian Service Medal. J as Assistant Athey is the son of Stanley and omt Operations Marilyn Athey of Big Stone City, -ontrol Center SD, and is a 1979 graduate of .rs Allied Powe Ortonville High School. He lives in Belgiam with his wife Pamela. He of SHAPE is has a stepdaughter Crystal, 26, three s the Eurogean daughters, Amy, 19, Heidi, 16,and sharpened the Patricia, 6. one son Justin, 17, and aess of NATO, one step granddaughter, Gabrielle. Hdi Bmmm Sm - .......................................... , on Hwy. 10 Little Falls, MN o1"1-800-856-4065 BROKERS 126 1998 Hazardous waste Unique flag presentation pickup set Big StoneCountyEnvironmental tO be Memorial Day Service Services Office will be holding two mini Household HaZardous Waste Collection in Big Stone County on Thursday, June 11 th. The collections will be held in Clinton from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Highway Garage in Clinton and from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in Graceville at the Highway Garage in Graceville. This is an opportunity to properly dispose of aerosols, adhesives, acids and bases, automotive products, home and garden pesticides, hobby supplies, paint and paint thinners, rechargeable batteries, button batteries, solvents, wood preservatives, motor oil and oil filters. There is "no charge for this collection. Pre-registration for these collections is required! Please contact the Environmental Services Office at 320-839-3136 by Friday, June 5th to register. Bridal shower set for Heidi Hasslen An Open House Bridal Shower in honor of Heidi Hasslen, bride-to-be of Jamie Bender, will be held May 23rd, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., at United Methodist Church, Ortonville. Please come and join us for coffee. Baby shower for Tristan Eastman There will be an open house baby shower for Tristan Michael, son of Doug and Heather Eastman next Sunday, May 17. Come anytime between 2-4 to his home near Odessa. I Mobile meals i I Tuesday, May 12 through Friday, May 15: Don Moorhead, Dale and Betty Hausauer, Ann Lundberg Monday, May 18 through Friday, May 22: Dorothy Gmiterko, Ann Lundberg, Phil and Carol Maillet This year's Ortonville Memorial Service promises to be an exciting and memorable experience with the featured "American Heritage Group." The group is made up of 12 individuals each representing one of the wars from the Revolutionary War to the Persian Gulf. Each individual will wear the uniform from that war and carry the flag which flew at that time. A woman will also be dressed as Uncle Sam, representing all wars. Musician's will provide piano and Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Adelman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shubat and Levi Wilcox announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their children, Victoria Diane Adelman and Christopher Allen Wilcox. Victoria is a 1988 graduate of Bellingam and is employed with Teaching Temps of Edina as a teacher. Christopher is employed with Tru-Part Manufacturing in St. Paul as customer service and is pursuing a degree in accounting at Metro State University. Their wedding is being planned for June 13th, 1998 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Rosen. THE USFA TEAM WALLEYE TOURNAMENT, with 62 teams from seven states, began the tournament season on Big Stone Lake last Saturday. Anglers were allowed five fish per team, with Rick Hentges and Jim Gregory winning the tournament with a combined weight of 16.54 pounds, winningS1,280. Second place went to Jeff Nodsle and Dennis Kassube with 16.04 pounds, winning $920. In vocal music and narrator Calvin (Kelly) Ferber of Fergus Falls, brother of Alta Mae Froelich of Ortonville will provide the commentary. The American Heritage Group was formed in 1976, the Bicentennial Year of our Country. That year they were known as the Bicentennial Unit, marching in parades only. In the Spring of 1977, they put on their first flag presentation at a State VFW Mid Winter Conference. From that time on, they became known as the American Heritage Group. They have performed approximately 300 times since then in schools, churches and clubs on different patriotic holidays such as Veterans Day, 4th of July, Memorial Day and President's Day. They have also performed several conventions such as Minnesota Sheriff's Convention, VFW National Conventions, etc. They have also performed at several Memorial services for American Legions and VFW's. 1998 ORTONVILLE MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM Monday, May 25th at 9:00 A.M. Sponsored by the American Legion Spink-Dobak #97, members of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Big Stone Lake Post #3964 and the Ladies Auxiliary of VFW Post #3964. PROGRAM WILL BE HELD IN THE HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM REGARDLESS OF WEATHER "Star Spangled Banner". .................... OHS Band PRESENTATION OF COLORS Invocation .............................. Rev. Kory Tedrick Welcome ........................................ Alta Froelich Program ............ American Heritage Group of 12 from Fergus Falls "God Bless America". ........................ OHS Band Benediction ............................ Rev. Kory Tedrick ,Salute to the Dead Here and Lost .................. Ortonville National Guard Taps ................................................. OHS Band PROGRAM CONTINUES AT O E MOUND CEMETERY AND THE PIER AT BIG STONE LAKE. Decoration of Monument by American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and VFW Auxiliary and Wreaths at Pier. I III II FEHR LAND LTD. Box 156 Big Stone City, SD 57216 Phone 605-862-6112 AG LAND SPECIALISTS REAL ESTATE & APPRAISALS RESIDENTIAL & LAKE PROPERTIES Agents Assistants LEROY P. 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