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f Men's / Golf j Schedule " THURSDAY, JUNE 17 18-H'OLE LEAGUE John Mathison TEAM 2 TEAM 2O Glenn Nelson Geoe O'Neill Dennis Hullstrom John Drewelow TEAM 3 TEAM 21 Bob Ross Virgil Gerber Bryan Delage Randy Stock TEAM 4 TEAM 22 Bill Thyne Brett Jacobsen Blair Johnson Jim Kaercher TEAM 29 TEAM 23 Charles Radarmacher Scott Simonitch Morrie Hoffman Ron Athey TEAM 6 TEAM 24 Gordon GIoege Tom Kindt Verden Gerber Bill Pansch TEAM 7 TEAM 25 Erv Mikkelson Dan Petersen Herb Streich Dick Berens TEAM 8 TEAM 26 Art Novak Ray Seller Wendell Paul,sen John SIolpman TEAM 9 TEAM 27 Duane Stock Randy Stattelman Wes Slrei Roger Sandberg TEAM 10 TEAM 28 Les Iverson Virgil Sis Vic Colago Gary Wail.ins TEAM 11 TEAM 15 Gary Johnson Todd Cloos Terry Gem Val Rausch TEAM 12 TEAM 16 Arlen LaCombe Jerry Stattelman Ray Thompson Karl Duhr TEAM 13 TEAM 17 Joe Berning Gerry Kunz Dale Finke Tony Rausch TEAM 14 TEAM 18 Gary Dinnel Norm Davis Brenl Zahrbock Tom Gronseth TEAM 5 BYE Tim Jurgens Gordon Hippen 9-HOLE LEAGUE TEAM 1 TEAM 14 Steve Strei Ron Frauenshuh MarkAmundson Roger Bird TEAM 2 TEAM 15 Randy Christen,san Joe Radermaoher Jim Teske Dave Reiffenberger TEAM 3 TEAM 16 Tom Kramer Tim Gapp Jim Collins Grog Strobl TEAM 4 TEAM 17 Vince Stogner Ryan Dbger R D. Schreiner Roy Fletcher TEAM 5 TEAM 18 Dan Oakes Curt Byslol Mark Hughes Dan Nelson TEAM 6 TEAM 19 Mark Thompson Dave Larson Dan Welberg Jim Schmeichel TEAM 7 TEAM 2O Tim Holtquist Dennis Justison Gary Thoreson John Cunningham TEAM 8 TEAM 21 Grog Peterson Sammy Haugen Bernie Kirchberg Dave Elliogson TEAM 9 TEAM 22 Don Donais Mike Hynnek Roger Nornes Tim Giese TEAM 10 TEAM 23 Keith Giese Tim Scherer Dave Gruenwald Mark Gem TEAM 11 TEAM 24 Jerry Wlegman Andy Johnson Brant Nelson John Sovell TEAM 12 TEAM 25 Eric Torgerson Scott Amdt Sieve Hoffmann Grog Rasset TEAM 13 Mike Swanson d. Frounfelter i, i J Libraw meet The Pioneerland Library System Board will meet this Thursday, June 17, 1999, 7:30 p.m., at Kandiyohi' County Health & Human Services Building in Willmar. FCS- AgCountry women's forum Farm Credit Services (FCS)- AgCountry will hold its annual Farm Women's Forum June 17, 1999, from 8:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at the Fargo Holiday Inn. Keynote speaker for the event will be motivational humorist Kathy Brown, who will present, "How to Live Happily Ever Laughter. , . Thinking Funny in a Fast-Paced World." Her background includes working as a registered nurse, management and training specialist, corporate recruiter and business All-Conference owner.Bruce Middaugh, FCS Ninth grade boys basketba00 baseball, softball AgrJbusJness Co,su,ant will a00so o00ou00ce00oa0000 team wins state champio00 Several OHS athletes in baseball retirement planning. Middaugh, a and softball have been named to the native of Lansford, N.D., has been All-conference Team for the 1998-99 with Farm Credit for more than 22 school year. years, working as a loan officer, tax TheO(ttOnmll r cblOY poaSnl hge' PahlYSlCalteeamd DefeksJ.; In baseball, Josh Sykora was specialist, farm records consultant, ba ltreavnlln tg de thsat e lkd t the/eamh, e named all-conference, with Jeff director of marketing and financial on June 13 to participate in the hard contact But Ortonville's grou basketball ex erien " P P is Laskowske and John Thomas services, and credit officer, prestigious Pacesetter State of dedicated players was not to be would like to takeJ receiving honorablemention. The event is free to FCS Tournament, which consists of the outdone--or intimidated, thank the many i,, The boys finished the season 2-11 customers and their guests. Those eight regional winners from Using superior athleticism and businesses who, overil. in the conference, interested in obtaining more throughout the state of Minnesota. superb team play, the locals have been so s11.11, In softball, all-conference information about the event should This was the second year in a row established another nine point Ortonville Plumbi selections included Jamie Swensen, contact their local Farm Credit for the locals, and they arrived in the halftime lead and finished the final Henrich & Sons, S Nichole Thompson and Danielle Services' office. Granite City with determination in stanza on top by becoming the 1999 and Stolpman InsU Beyer, with Joy Rudnick and Leah Farm Credit Services-AgCountry their eyes and commitment in their Pacesetter 9th Grade State Champion. contributions to ..... i Wester receiving honorable mention, offers farm real estate, operating and hearts. The first game pitted Back to the basics proved to be the Minnwest Bank C In conference points, the girls equipment loans and leases and a Ortonville against a team from Cook, defining factor as Ortonville played sponsoring them at t finished third in the conference with a variety of financial and farm which they won 43-35. In the semi- exceptionally well in all phases of the tournament; to VFWI 5-5 record, management services to more than final round the locals faced a very game. The single-most contributor ongoing commitl]l. A 6,000 members in 25 counties in competitive squad from Little Falls. was their outstanding accuracy from community's youtnj[k uj All categories filled southeastern North Dakota and west Ortonville built a nice nine point the charity stripe where the team shot program; to the Ort'9t central Minnesota. The company, halftime lead, and it was here that the 19 for 21, a whopping 90 percent. District for providing in fishing contest headquartered at 1749 38th St. S.W., excellent outside game became a The team's free throw accuracy for facility within whichta in Fargo, has assets of nearly $1 factor, as the team knocked in five the tournament was an exceptional 70 to the many fans who A busy week six in the Ortonville billion and more than 220 employees, three's to finish on top with a score of percent. This was a true team win tournaments. Independent Fishing Contest saw 56-42. because each and every one of the And, finally, the i/ winners in all four categories. ., The main event couldn't have been players made positive contributions to their heartfelt grat Taking the perch category by a orchestrated any better. It matched the accomplishment, parents for the many 1B | mere one ounce over challenger Jim Ortonville against St. Cloud Tech, Members of the state champion by bringing them t i | McFarlane of Big Stone City, SD was two teams who had faced each other team are Tanner Radermacher, Joe many many oractices; 11'__ | Jameson Berreth of Big Stone City, twice before and split, with Tech Fuller, Nate Thompson, Pete Ross, of the tournament ; | whose 15 ounce perch was weighed winning two years ago and the locals Matt Pfingsten, Ross Wiegman, Joe providing the boyS''l | in at Bud's Bait of Ortonville. beating them at the Pacesetter Henrich, Jake Wester, and Jesse unspoken and freqllN! " | Berreth was also a winner in the Regional last year. This was the Cloos. Absent and away at football things that parent | walleye category this week, with a rubber point--the grudge match. Tech camp was another integral member of children. Thank you fish weighing in at 3 pounds 11 o00nces. !1000 Outweighing its only competition High scores at Boys golf takes top Academic by more than six pounds, Frank Gracevllle gun club Kimball of Houston had a 12 pound 6 For the third consecutive year, the Association.  ounce northern, also weighed in at 25 - Vince Kehoe, Jim Carlson - 2, Ortonville boys golf team has won Members of thet.-,ii,Renta SSaSnt laosds b dT; 'nge Bud's Bait. Dave Wollschlager- 2, Paul Koch- 2, the class A state academic t ern In the bullhead category, Kent Rich Hentges championship, t Huntington of Ortonville weighed in 24 - Paul Koch, Don Bahr - 2, With a cumulative grade point dberg and Peter a2poundbullhead. Delmer Hauschild 2, Jim Carlson, average of 3.76, the Trojans With all categories seeing winners, Rick Hentges, Michael Christeson outdistanced the field of section the jackpots stay the same, as the 23 - Randy Ward - 2, Dave Bauer qualifiers throughout the state to cop I "" "  northern jackpot sits at $145, while - 2, Delmer HauschiId, Pat Gruel, Jim the top honors in an award presented the walleye and perch year-end FRANK KIMBALL of Houston Carlson by the Minnesota Golf Coaches jackpots stay at $130 and bullheads reeled in this 12 pound 6 ounce Youth League - Dustin Witte 14, 1L1 |'- remain at $100. northern last Tuesday to take first 16, 11 place in this week's fishing con- Lee Rahrlein 11, 10 Johnson granddaughter test. (Photo by Bud's Bait) Keith Clark 14 Ryan Pansch 4, 8 receives scholarship LqP Players . Carrie Mac Johnson, daughter of to present."Annle" Letterwinners, David and Pat Johnson of St. Cloud, g r a d u at e d August 12 15 awards for golfers Wednesday, June 2nd, from The Lac qui Parle Players This year's letterwinners for boys Technical High announce that the musical' Annie golf include the following: Scott | ,A /l.,ai School. will be presented on Aug. 12-15. Sandberg (6) capt. (3), Tracy She received Auditions will be held June 28, Grossman (5), Dan Ross (5), Mike scholarship 29, 30th at the Prairie Arts Center in Sandberg (4), Andy Ross (3), Pete the Madison, from 7-9 p.m. ' Ross (3) and Matt Pfingsten (1). a t e r We need three men three women, Special awards for 1999: Tracy ,Z.,z  v, - ..) o ab, St.state chorusl0 childrenroles.and men and women for MIEGrssman MVP and Scott Sandberg k :O; znt/'/-6 a ''' a from Clearwater Lioness Club, St. Cloud U n i v e r s i t y If you have questions, call (320) F o u n d a t i o n 598-3150, or (320) 598-3010 after 6 Scholarship, St. Cloud State p.m. University vocal performance scholarship. She will be attending St. Cloud WANT ADS State University, majoring in music ,, and business, the inexpensive She is the granddaughter of Loyal way to shop and Gladys Johnson of Ortonville. I I ( GRANITE VALLEY HORSESHOE CLUB  Week 5 - June 8, 1999 NAME & SPONSOR W/L RINGER % WIN% Bud Paulsen 11/1 37.66 .917 Alex Johnson / Cashtown Service 12/3 21.56 .800 Don Tiegs / Cashtown Service 9/3 23.33 .750 Roman Karels 8/4 29.00 .667 AI Knippen / Hedge & Herberg 10/5 26.97 .667 T.J. Ninneman / Cashtown Service 6/3 10.22 .667 Eric Collins 7/5 11.00 .583 Roger Angerhofer 5/6 3.63 .455 Matt Thyne 1/2 7.33 .333 Elroy Adermann / Cashtown Service 4/11 8.80 .277 Bob Gottsleben 3/9 2.67 .250 Bob Johnson / Self 3/12 3.33 .200 Drew Johnson 1/8 3.56 .111 Mark Ninneman / Cashtown Service 3/0 47.33 1.000 Curtis Olson / Cashtown Cafe 0/11 2.00 .000) COME TO ChamD(.00rlain's FOR ALL KINDS OF FATHER'S DAY GIFT IDEAS! - WEEKLY 1st S. 21,1 # 2nd 18,5 # 3td A. Amdt/Ber I0,1 # 4th 8.7 # 5.8 # the public. the foot  by 6 p.rn, 1995 CHEVROLET SILVERADO Extended Cab- Fully Loaded - Excellent Condition - $13,500 PRO ROTO 3ZO-839-Z91 ! I(evin Backstrand Ortonville, MN We have everything for all kinds of Dads! Clothing from Underwear to Outerwear Fishing Rods & Reels ~ Tackle ~ Guns - Bows Filet Knives ~ Life Jackets ~ Tents Golf Clubs & Balls ~ Baseball Gloves & Balls Water Skis ~ Tow Ropes DI: ON TU Owners Rick and Cindy Chamberlain SPORTING GOODS & Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone Page 6 00INDEPENDENT f Men's / Golf j Schedule " THURSDAY, JUNE 17 18-H'OLE LEAGUE John Mathison TEAM 2 TEAM 2O Glenn Nelson Geoe O'Neill Dennis Hullstrom John Drewelow TEAM 3 TEAM 21 Bob Ross Virgil Gerber Bryan Delage Randy Stock TEAM 4 TEAM 22 Bill Thyne Brett Jacobsen Blair Johnson Jim Kaercher TEAM 29 TEAM 23 Charles Radarmacher Scott Simonitch Morrie Hoffman Ron Athey TEAM 6 TEAM 24 Gordon GIoege Tom Kindt Verden Gerber Bill Pansch TEAM 7 TEAM 25 Erv Mikkelson Dan Petersen Herb Streich Dick Berens TEAM 8 TEAM 26 Art Novak Ray Seller Wendell Paul,sen John SIolpman TEAM 9 TEAM 27 Duane Stock Randy Stattelman Wes Slrei Roger Sandberg TEAM 10 TEAM 28 Les Iverson Virgil Sis Vic Colago Gary Wail.ins TEAM 11 TEAM 15 Gary Johnson Todd Cloos Terry Gem Val Rausch TEAM 12 TEAM 16 Arlen LaCombe Jerry Stattelman Ray Thompson Karl Duhr TEAM 13 TEAM 17 Joe Berning Gerry Kunz Dale Finke Tony Rausch TEAM 14 TEAM 18 Gary Dinnel Norm Davis Brenl Zahrbock Tom Gronseth TEAM 5 BYE Tim Jurgens Gordon Hippen 9-HOLE LEAGUE TEAM 1 TEAM 14 Steve Strei Ron Frauenshuh MarkAmundson Roger Bird TEAM 2 TEAM 15 Randy Christen,san Joe Radermaoher Jim Teske Dave Reiffenberger TEAM 3 TEAM 16 Tom Kramer Tim Gapp Jim Collins Grog Strobl TEAM 4 TEAM 17 Vince Stogner Ryan Dbger R D. Schreiner Roy Fletcher TEAM 5 TEAM 18 Dan Oakes Curt Byslol Mark Hughes Dan Nelson TEAM 6 TEAM 19 Mark Thompson Dave Larson Dan Welberg Jim Schmeichel TEAM 7 TEAM 2O Tim Holtquist Dennis Justison Gary Thoreson John Cunningham TEAM 8 TEAM 21 Grog Peterson Sammy Haugen Bernie Kirchberg Dave Elliogson TEAM 9 TEAM 22 Don Donais Mike Hynnek Roger Nornes Tim Giese TEAM 10 TEAM 23 Keith Giese Tim Scherer Dave Gruenwald Mark Gem TEAM 11 TEAM 24 Jerry Wlegman Andy Johnson Brant Nelson John Sovell TEAM 12 TEAM 25 Eric Torgerson Scott Amdt Sieve Hoffmann Grog Rasset TEAM 13 Mike Swanson d. Frounfelter i, i J Libraw meet The Pioneerland Library System Board will meet this Thursday, June 17, 1999, 7:30 p.m., at Kandiyohi' County Health & Human Services Building in Willmar. FCS- AgCountry women's forum Farm Credit Services (FCS)- AgCountry will hold its annual Farm Women's Forum June 17, 1999, from 8:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at the Fargo Holiday Inn. Keynote speaker for the event will be motivational humorist Kathy Brown, who will present, "How to Live Happily Ever Laughter. , . Thinking Funny in a Fast-Paced World." Her background includes working as a registered nurse, management and training specialist, corporate recruiter and business All-Conference owner.Bruce Middaugh, FCS Ninth grade boys basketba00 baseball, softball AgrJbusJness Co,su,ant will a00so o00ou00ce00oa0000 team wins state champio00 Several OHS athletes in baseball retirement planning. Middaugh, a and softball have been named to the native of Lansford, N.D., has been All-conference Team for the 1998-99 with Farm Credit for more than 22 school year. years, working as a loan officer, tax TheO(ttOnmll r cblOY poaSnl hge' PahlYSlCalteeamd DefeksJ.; In baseball, Josh Sykora was specialist, farm records consultant, ba ltreavnlln tg de thsat e lkd t the/eamh, e named all-conference, with Jeff director of marketing and financial on June 13 to participate in the hard contact But Ortonville's grou basketball ex erien " P P is Laskowske and John Thomas services, and credit officer, prestigious Pacesetter State of dedicated players was not to be would like to takeJ receiving honorablemention. The event is free to FCS Tournament, which consists of the outdone--or intimidated, thank the many i,, The boys finished the season 2-11 customers and their guests. Those eight regional winners from Using superior athleticism and businesses who, overil. in the conference, interested in obtaining more throughout the state of Minnesota. superb team play, the locals have been so s11.11, In softball, all-conference information about the event should This was the second year in a row established another nine point Ortonville Plumbi selections included Jamie Swensen, contact their local Farm Credit for the locals, and they arrived in the halftime lead and finished the final Henrich & Sons, S Nichole Thompson and Danielle Services' office. Granite City with determination in stanza on top by becoming the 1999 and Stolpman InsU Beyer, with Joy Rudnick and Leah Farm Credit Services-AgCountry their eyes and commitment in their Pacesetter 9th Grade State Champion. contributions to ..... i Wester receiving honorable mention, offers farm real estate, operating and hearts. The first game pitted Back to the basics proved to be the Minnwest Bank C In conference points, the girls equipment loans and leases and a Ortonville against a team from Cook, defining factor as Ortonville played sponsoring them at t finished third in the conference with a variety of financial and farm which they won 43-35. In the semi- exceptionally well in all phases of the tournament; to VFWI 5-5 record, management services to more than final round the locals faced a very game. The single-most contributor ongoing commitl]l. A 6,000 members in 25 counties in competitive squad from Little Falls. was their outstanding accuracy from community's youtnj[k uj All categories filled southeastern North Dakota and west Ortonville built a nice nine point the charity stripe where the team shot program; to the Ort'9t central Minnesota. The company, halftime lead, and it was here that the 19 for 21, a whopping 90 percent. District for providing in fishing contest headquartered at 1749 38th St. S.W., excellent outside game became a The team's free throw accuracy for facility within whichta in Fargo, has assets of nearly $1 factor, as the team knocked in five the tournament was an exceptional 70 to the many fans who A busy week six in the Ortonville billion and more than 220 employees, three's to finish on top with a score of percent. This was a true team win tournaments. Independent Fishing Contest saw 56-42. because each and every one of the And, finally, the i/ winners in all four categories. ., The main event couldn't have been players made positive contributions to their heartfelt grat Taking the perch category by a orchestrated any better. It matched the accomplishment, parents for the many 1B | mere one ounce over challenger Jim Ortonville against St. Cloud Tech, Members of the state champion by bringing them t i | McFarlane of Big Stone City, SD was two teams who had faced each other team are Tanner Radermacher, Joe many many oractices; 11'__ | Jameson Berreth of Big Stone City, twice before and split, with Tech Fuller, Nate Thompson, Pete Ross, of the tournament ; | whose 15 ounce perch was weighed winning two years ago and the locals Matt Pfingsten, Ross Wiegman, Joe providing the boyS''l | in at Bud's Bait of Ortonville. beating them at the Pacesetter Henrich, Jake Wester, and Jesse unspoken and freqllN! " | Berreth was also a winner in the Regional last year. This was the Cloos. Absent and away at football things that parent | walleye category this week, with a rubber point--the grudge match. Tech camp was another integral member of children. Thank you fish weighing in at 3 pounds 11 o00nces. !1000 Outweighing its only competition High scores at Boys golf takes top Academic by more than six pounds, Frank Gracevllle gun club Kimball of Houston had a 12 pound 6 For the third consecutive year, the Association.  ounce northern, also weighed in at 25 - Vince Kehoe, Jim Carlson - 2, Ortonville boys golf team has won Members of thet.-,ii,Renta SSaSnt laosds b dT; 'nge Bud's Bait. Dave Wollschlager- 2, Paul Koch- 2, the class A state academic t ern In the bullhead category, Kent Rich Hentges championship, t Huntington of Ortonville weighed in 24 - Paul Koch, Don Bahr - 2, With a cumulative grade point dberg and Peter a2poundbullhead. Delmer Hauschild 2, Jim Carlson, average of 3.76, the Trojans With all categories seeing winners, Rick Hentges, Michael Christeson outdistanced the field of section the jackpots stay the same, as the 23 - Randy Ward - 2, Dave Bauer qualifiers throughout the state to cop I "" "  northern jackpot sits at $145, while - 2, Delmer HauschiId, Pat Gruel, Jim the top honors in an award presented the walleye and perch year-end FRANK KIMBALL of Houston Carlson by the Minnesota Golf Coaches jackpots stay at $130 and bullheads reeled in this 12 pound 6 ounce Youth League - Dustin Witte 14, 1L1 |'- remain at $100. northern last Tuesday to take first 16, 11 place in this week's fishing con- Lee Rahrlein 11, 10 Johnson granddaughter test. (Photo by Bud's Bait) Keith Clark 14 Ryan Pansch 4, 8 receives scholarship LqP Players . Carrie Mac Johnson, daughter of to present."Annle" Letterwinners, David and Pat Johnson of St. Cloud, g r a d u at e d August 12 15 awards for golfers Wednesday, June 2nd, from The Lac qui Parle Players This year's letterwinners for boys Technical High announce that the musical' Annie golf include the following: Scott | ,A /l.,ai School. will be presented on Aug. 12-15. Sandberg (6) capt. (3), Tracy She received Auditions will be held June 28, Grossman (5), Dan Ross (5), Mike scholarship 29, 30th at the Prairie Arts Center in Sandberg (4), Andy Ross (3), Pete the Madison, from 7-9 p.m. ' Ross (3) and Matt Pfingsten (1). a t e r We need three men three women, Special awards for 1999: Tracy ,Z.,z  v, - ..) o ab, St.state chorusl0 childrenroles.and men and women for MIEGrssman MVP and Scott Sandberg k :O; znt/'/-6 a ''' a from Clearwater Lioness Club, St. Cloud U n i v e r s i t y If you have questions, call (320) F o u n d a t i o n 598-3150, or (320) 598-3010 after 6 Scholarship, St. Cloud State p.m. University vocal performance scholarship. She will be attending St. Cloud WANT ADS State University, majoring in music ,, and business, the inexpensive She is the granddaughter of Loyal way to shop and Gladys Johnson of Ortonville. I I ( GRANITE VALLEY HORSESHOE CLUB  Week 5 - June 8, 1999 NAME & SPONSOR W/L RINGER % WIN% Bud Paulsen 11/1 37.66 .917 Alex Johnson / Cashtown Service 12/3 21.56 .800 Don Tiegs / Cashtown Service 9/3 23.33 .750 Roman Karels 8/4 29.00 .667 AI Knippen / Hedge & Herberg 10/5 26.97 .667 T.J. Ninneman / Cashtown Service 6/3 10.22 .667 Eric Collins 7/5 11.00 .583 Roger Angerhofer 5/6 3.63 .455 Matt Thyne 1/2 7.33 .333 Elroy Adermann / Cashtown Service 4/11 8.80 .277 Bob Gottsleben 3/9 2.67 .250 Bob Johnson / Self 3/12 3.33 .200 Drew Johnson 1/8 3.56 .111 Mark Ninneman / Cashtown Service 3/0 47.33 1.000 Curtis Olson / Cashtown Cafe 0/11 2.00 .000) COME TO ChamD(.00rlain's FOR ALL KINDS OF FATHER'S DAY GIFT IDEAS! - WEEKLY 1st S. 21,1 # 2nd 18,5 # 3td A. Amdt/Ber I0,1 # 4th 8.7 # 5.8 # the public. the foot  by 6 p.rn, 1995 CHEVROLET SILVERADO Extended Cab- Fully Loaded - Excellent Condition - $13,500 PRO ROTO 3ZO-839-Z91 ! I(evin Backstrand Ortonville, MN We have everything for all kinds of Dads! Clothing from Underwear to Outerwear Fishing Rods & Reels ~ Tackle ~ Guns - Bows Filet Knives ~ Life Jackets ~ Tents Golf Clubs & Balls ~ Baseball Gloves & Balls Water Skis ~ Tow Ropes DI: ON TU Owners Rick and Cindy Chamberlain SPORTING GOODS & Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone Page 6 00INDEPENDENT