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graduates from West t, NY Military Academy of George Lieb both of Big Saturday, United States West Point, NY. an. interest in West the third grade School "The Story of ! in the sixth grade he bg his future and to take in high his junior he started writing Senators and them of his and of his a pre-candidate that was sent to and the in-depth sent in August. tie received his West Point. to West and became class of cadets. Rtudied hard during aCademics at West demanding. boxing and skeet team; he a degree in general from the four till travel to Fort and then to his first Phyllis says he )ackgronnd, as George Lieb the Spanish- grandfather, as an NCO, aunt, served Nurse Corps, Lieb, was His father, 22 years in the WEST POINT GRADUATE. Travis Lieb of Big Stone City graduated Saturday from the United States Military Academy in West Point, NY. Lieb will now travel to Georgia for further training and then on to North Carolina for his first assignment. He is the son of George Lieb and Phyllis Lokken, both of Big Stone City, SD. Travis is the grandson of the late William and Helen Lieb of Ortonville and Alvin and Alma Schumacher of Milbank, SD. His younger brother Bill is a junior at Ortonville High Scbool. h Development Awards nition State Event Correll from join Minnesota state as they 14th for the Development Event, on of the University daughter of 4-H Club. She in the annual .an opportunity participants lopment for their leadership as include: $500 recipi- as one of attend the 1999 an education- experi- .aCross the nation, this fall or National 4- D.C., April 2000. All participants will receive a medallion upon the completion of the four-step process the day of the event. The four step process includes the development of a resume and person- al portfolio prior to the June 14th event and to make an oral presentation as well as participate in an interview at the State Event. . ......... - The purposo of the 4-H Youth Development Awards and Recognition State Event is to: Recognize youth for their personal accomplishments. Recognize individuals for their involvement and contributions to Bridal shower set for Laura Herberg There will be an open house bridal shower honoring Laura Herberg, bride-to-be of Matt Hanley on Saturday, June 12th from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Trinity Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall at Clinton. All relatives and friends are invited. Recipe cards preferred. community service as it relates to their personal goals, skill development and leadership accomplishments as citi- zens in their communities. In addition to participating in the 4-H Youth Development Awards and Recognition State Event, Kirstin also will be interviewed during the selec- tion process for the recipien t of the Dan Patch Award. 55 Alive Mature Driving The 55 Alive/Mature Driving Program sponsored by AARP and the Ortonville Senior Center is offering a class from 6 to 10 p.m. June 3, 1999. This class helps seniors better adjust to the limitations that aging has on their driving. The class, held at the Ortonville Senior Center, is directed toward people fifty years of age and over. This four-hour refresher course is aimed at all Minnesota participants who have previously taken the eight- hour course. Please call the Senior Center at 320-839-3555 to register. Dr. Christopher J. Conroy OPTOMETRIST ARE 56278 Lenses, Low Vision, V'tsion Therapy Pediatrics $ Tours@ Pp/dbl National Spearfish Owned Company for over 50 years" HOUSE ON THE ROCK June 28-30 $279 pp/dbl "Little Norway," House on the Rock, Wbconsln Dells, Tommy Bartlett Ski Show, Thunder Valley Breakfast, and the Ducks tour. CASINO TOURS Shooting Star Casino - Mahnomen, MN TUESDAYS - Cost of trans, is $20 pp Buy $30 - 35 Receive $60 - 70 Royal River Casino - Flandreau, SD craig, THURSDAYS - Receive $10 cash from casino activities With 35 or more passengers_, trans, is FREE tour and and you receive a $5 bonus. Iowa Gambler June 14-15 Call for details! 1-800-288-8246 Murdock, MN 56271 Hearing Test Set For Senior Citizens Free electronic hearing tests will be given by the Beltone Hearing Aid service at the time and location listed below. A pro- fessionally trained Hearing Aid Specialist will be performing the tests. Anyone who has trouble hearing is welcome to have a FREE test to determine if the loss is one which may be helped. Everyone should have a hear- ing test at least once a year, even people who have been told noth- ing could be done for them. Only a hearing test can deter- mine if you are one of the many a hearing aid can help. The bene- fits of hearing aids vary by type and degree of hearing loss, noise environment, accuracy of hear- ing evaluation and proper fit. Featured will be the smallest Beltone hearing aid - INVISA. there is no volume to adjust, and actual model demonstrations will be available. INVISA IS NO BIGGER AROUND THAN A SOFT CONTACT LENS. Beltone Hearing Aid Service SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER 200 Monroe Ortonville, MN Tuesday, June 8, 1999 9:00 to 11:00 a.m, 1-800-669-3171 IN HOME APPOINTMENTS o v t t s 0 v t ^ R  AVAILABLE 110 Blt0ce EIKtme Cp. "1111 TRAM (Continued from page 1) tees working hard to make this year's event as successful as past years. Currently, the work is concentrated in the areas of housing and the Inviter. Housing chairman Gretta Yaeger is still looking for more host families who are willing to have a biker, or a couple, or more, stay in their homes since all public housing is full. Generally, the bikers need a place to sleep and to shower. Meals are fre- quently not a consideration since there are communal meals available elsewhere in town. Some bikers will require only the use of the bathroom with shower privileges if they are allowed to put up a tent on a private lawn. Residents who can fill these needs should call Gretta Yaeger at 839-2457. To become a TRAM volunteer, contact the Big Stone Lake Area Chamber of Commerce for a listing of the committees and pick which one you'd like best. Volunteering for TRAM is as satisfying as volunteer- ing for the MWC fishing tournament since the participants are so openly grateful for the hospitality shown by our towns. Recently, MWC chairman Kazkowski said at the rules meeting here in Ortonville, "Regarding Ortonville and Big Stone City, in my fifteen years with the tournaments... and I don't want to belittle any other tournament site.., but this is our favorite spot, due to all the coopera- tion and turnout we get in such a small town." PLAYING "TAPS" FOR THE CROWD which gathered at Mound Cemetary for the Memorial Day program were Ruth Goergen and Carmen Leger. Mobile meals Tuesday, June 1 through Friday, June 4 (No Memorial Day): Dale & Betty Hausauer, Gene Burdick, Donna Klitzke Monday, June 7 through Friday, June 11 : Dorothy Gmiterko, Ervin and Lamoine Herrmann, Morris Tietjen Markets No. 1 Wheat ...................... 2.95 Soybeans ........................... 4.13 Corn ................................... 1.72 June 1, 1999 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.56 Soybeans ........................... 5.75 Corn ................................... 2.00 BIG STONE COUNTY'S UNIT OF THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY presented awards to these members at The Matador in Ortonville, during a banquet held last Tuesday. In front,left to right, are taVeme Parker, Audrey Wellendorf, Darlene Salverson, Vi Mehlhop and Jean Danielson. In back are Belte Weinman, Dorothy ,rogsrud, Ruth Hoernemann, Carol Knutson, Dorothy Gmiterko, Diane Kvidera, Pat O'Neill and Monte Matheson. See attached article for list of each recipient's arard. TAKE UP TO 1% OFF YOUR LOAN RATE Reduce your loan rate, not your dream. Now you don't have to scale back your new car, next vacation or addition on the house. Marquette Banks will show you how to scale back your interest rate so you can afford what you really want. We'll give you a Y,% discount for select products or services you use, up to a total of 1% off on new installment and home equity loans. To find out more, stop by or give us a call. Marquette Bani00 Milbank Office: 302 South Main 432-4553 Big Stone Cily Office: 451 Main Street 862-8163 Revillo Office: 325 North 2nd Avenue 623-4211 Tim Gapp  AvaibJe to quail 'fi fixed rote and term consumer kxm customers. Product* and service= mug be established by the time d loon closing to qualify for discount. Minimum new loan amount $ 1.0,000. Available to new loon customers o refinance of existing loans with additional $10 000, y4% discount will be awarded for each qualified product or service with o max mum d Icount of 1%, Not valid with other discounts and ofirr subject to end without prior notice. 1999 Marquette Banks, Member FDtC. 1999  INDEPENDENT Page 3 graduates from West t, NY Military Academy of George Lieb both of Big Saturday, United States West Point, NY. an. interest in West the third grade School "The Story of ! in the sixth grade he bg his future and to take in high his junior he started writing Senators and them of his and of his a pre-candidate that was sent to and the in-depth sent in August. tie received his West Point. to West and became class of cadets. Rtudied hard during aCademics at West demanding. boxing and skeet team; he a degree in general from the four till travel to Fort and then to his first Phyllis says he )ackgronnd, as George Lieb the Spanish- grandfather, as an NCO, aunt, served Nurse Corps, Lieb, was His father, 22 years in the WEST POINT GRADUATE. Travis Lieb of Big Stone City graduated Saturday from the United States Military Academy in West Point, NY. Lieb will now travel to Georgia for further training and then on to North Carolina for his first assignment. He is the son of George Lieb and Phyllis Lokken, both of Big Stone City, SD. Travis is the grandson of the late William and Helen Lieb of Ortonville and Alvin and Alma Schumacher of Milbank, SD. His younger brother Bill is a junior at Ortonville High Scbool. h Development Awards nition State Event Correll from join Minnesota state as they 14th for the Development Event, on of the University daughter of 4-H Club. She in the annual .an opportunity participants lopment for their leadership as include: $500 recipi- as one of attend the 1999 an education- experi- .aCross the nation, this fall or National 4- D.C., April 2000. All participants will receive a medallion upon the completion of the four-step process the day of the event. The four step process includes the development of a resume and person- al portfolio prior to the June 14th event and to make an oral presentation as well as participate in an interview at the State Event. . ......... - The purposo of the 4-H Youth Development Awards and Recognition State Event is to: Recognize youth for their personal accomplishments. Recognize individuals for their involvement and contributions to Bridal shower set for Laura Herberg There will be an open house bridal shower honoring Laura Herberg, bride-to-be of Matt Hanley on Saturday, June 12th from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Trinity Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall at Clinton. All relatives and friends are invited. Recipe cards preferred. community service as it relates to their personal goals, skill development and leadership accomplishments as citi- zens in their communities. In addition to participating in the 4-H Youth Development Awards and Recognition State Event, Kirstin also will be interviewed during the selec- tion process for the recipien t of the Dan Patch Award. 55 Alive Mature Driving The 55 Alive/Mature Driving Program sponsored by AARP and the Ortonville Senior Center is offering a class from 6 to 10 p.m. June 3, 1999. This class helps seniors better adjust to the limitations that aging has on their driving. The class, held at the Ortonville Senior Center, is directed toward people fifty years of age and over. This four-hour refresher course is aimed at all Minnesota participants who have previously taken the eight- hour course. Please call the Senior Center at 320-839-3555 to register. Dr. Christopher J. Conroy OPTOMETRIST ARE 56278 Lenses, Low Vision, V'tsion Therapy Pediatrics $ Tours@ Pp/dbl National Spearfish Owned Company for over 50 years" HOUSE ON THE ROCK June 28-30 $279 pp/dbl "Little Norway," House on the Rock, Wbconsln Dells, Tommy Bartlett Ski Show, Thunder Valley Breakfast, and the Ducks tour. CASINO TOURS Shooting Star Casino - Mahnomen, MN TUESDAYS - Cost of trans, is $20 pp Buy $30 - 35 Receive $60 - 70 Royal River Casino - Flandreau, SD craig, THURSDAYS - Receive $10 cash from casino activities With 35 or more passengers_, trans, is FREE tour and and you receive a $5 bonus. Iowa Gambler June 14-15 Call for details! 1-800-288-8246 Murdock, MN 56271 Hearing Test Set For Senior Citizens Free electronic hearing tests will be given by the Beltone Hearing Aid service at the time and location listed below. A pro- fessionally trained Hearing Aid Specialist will be performing the tests. Anyone who has trouble hearing is welcome to have a FREE test to determine if the loss is one which may be helped. Everyone should have a hear- ing test at least once a year, even people who have been told noth- ing could be done for them. Only a hearing test can deter- mine if you are one of the many a hearing aid can help. The bene- fits of hearing aids vary by type and degree of hearing loss, noise environment, accuracy of hear- ing evaluation and proper fit. Featured will be the smallest Beltone hearing aid - INVISA. there is no volume to adjust, and actual model demonstrations will be available. INVISA IS NO BIGGER AROUND THAN A SOFT CONTACT LENS. Beltone Hearing Aid Service SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER 200 Monroe Ortonville, MN Tuesday, June 8, 1999 9:00 to 11:00 a.m, 1-800-669-3171 IN HOME APPOINTMENTS o v t t s 0 v t ^ R  AVAILABLE 110 Blt0ce EIKtme Cp. "1111 TRAM (Continued from page 1) tees working hard to make this year's event as successful as past years. Currently, the work is concentrated in the areas of housing and the Inviter. Housing chairman Gretta Yaeger is still looking for more host families who are willing to have a biker, or a couple, or more, stay in their homes since all public housing is full. Generally, the bikers need a place to sleep and to shower. Meals are fre- quently not a consideration since there are communal meals available elsewhere in town. Some bikers will require only the use of the bathroom with shower privileges if they are allowed to put up a tent on a private lawn. Residents who can fill these needs should call Gretta Yaeger at 839-2457. To become a TRAM volunteer, contact the Big Stone Lake Area Chamber of Commerce for a listing of the committees and pick which one you'd like best. Volunteering for TRAM is as satisfying as volunteer- ing for the MWC fishing tournament since the participants are so openly grateful for the hospitality shown by our towns. Recently, MWC chairman Kazkowski said at the rules meeting here in Ortonville, "Regarding Ortonville and Big Stone City, in my fifteen years with the tournaments... and I don't want to belittle any other tournament site.., but this is our favorite spot, due to all the coopera- tion and turnout we get in such a small town." PLAYING "TAPS" FOR THE CROWD which gathered at Mound Cemetary for the Memorial Day program were Ruth Goergen and Carmen Leger. Mobile meals Tuesday, June 1 through Friday, June 4 (No Memorial Day): Dale & Betty Hausauer, Gene Burdick, Donna Klitzke Monday, June 7 through Friday, June 11 : Dorothy Gmiterko, Ervin and Lamoine Herrmann, Morris Tietjen Markets No. 1 Wheat ...................... 2.95 Soybeans ........................... 4.13 Corn ................................... 1.72 June 1, 1999 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.56 Soybeans ........................... 5.75 Corn ................................... 2.00 BIG STONE COUNTY'S UNIT OF THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY presented awards to these members at The Matador in Ortonville, during a banquet held last Tuesday. In front,left to right, are taVeme Parker, Audrey Wellendorf, Darlene Salverson, Vi Mehlhop and Jean Danielson. In back are Belte Weinman, Dorothy ,rogsrud, Ruth Hoernemann, Carol Knutson, Dorothy Gmiterko, Diane Kvidera, Pat O'Neill and Monte Matheson. See attached article for list of each recipient's arard. TAKE UP TO 1% OFF YOUR LOAN RATE Reduce your loan rate, not your dream. Now you don't have to scale back your new car, next vacation or addition on the house. Marquette Banks will show you how to scale back your interest rate so you can afford what you really want. We'll give you a Y,% discount for select products or services you use, up to a total of 1% off on new installment and home equity loans. To find out more, stop by or give us a call. Marquette Bani00 Milbank Office: 302 South Main 432-4553 Big Stone Cily Office: 451 Main Street 862-8163 Revillo Office: 325 North 2nd Avenue 623-4211 Tim Gapp  AvaibJe to quail 'fi fixed rote and term consumer kxm customers. Product* and service= mug be established by the time d loon closing to qualify for discount. Minimum new loan amount $ 1.0,000. Available to new loon customers o refinance of existing loans with additional $10 000, y4% discount will be awarded for each qualified product or service with o max mum d Icount of 1%, Not valid with other discounts and ofirr subject to end without prior notice. 1999 Marquette Banks, Member FDtC. 1999  INDEPENDENT Page 3