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hline found man and one to a movie. p hisface three times confided to her asked her he get fresh?" Thelnza. "1 in Muncie, Ind., up to $10,000 to majors with ue celebrating who himself was of , reads, "l)edicated Me and After *lkl in a thousand band last longer and only one person a darn. **lk people don't common surgical is circumcision. lkIlk interest tlk fireplace is the writer George G. Ilk, kny 10,000 times, it only 4,950 times veighs more. Before they invented drawing board, what did they go back to? llere is what they said: * George Farquahar: "Those who know the least obey the best." * Mother Goose: "Good, better, best. Never let it rest till the "good" be "better" and the "better" best. * Charles K. Kettering: "Where there is an open mind, there will always be a frontier." aF** A leap of faith can be found in the story of a house that was burning down. The whole family escaped the roaring flames except for one child. He was trapped on the second floor of the house. His father, standing below the window on the ground, called out to his son, "Jump, and I'll catch you." "1 can't," screamed the son, "I can't see you for all the smoke." "Don't worry," the father answered, "1 can see you." You shouldn't go through life with a catcher's mitt on both hand. Yon need to he able to throw something back. You probably didn't know it either that a worm is about 1,000 times stronger than a man pound for pound. In closing, remember the importance of laughter. It crowds out tension, halts worry, and gives your personality a chance to express iLelf. to the editor  tirae in history have rapid social, change, as at that more be s, better, and with less :nvironment, we of seeing where in the future and be pro-active in times of e has come for and become nn local planning have in any who are most ou, the citizen. enlbarking on an m community y-Based Year and a half ago the Community- Act. The Act land-use governments and pa(t. icipation effort counties of Big and Lac qui Parle of Granite Falls, and Milan were pilot projects. meetings are the region this of this meeting is objectives that :s through ttcomes of this ade a Regional tan. Previously, arts have been le consideration communities. nn technology, in systems, and in federal and state policies that bear on land use, have made clear that localities are very interdependent. As such, localities must work together to solve common problems. A regional assessment or broader efforts to ensure that neighboring communities' plans are consistent with each other- will undoubtedly increase the impact and effectiveness of our planning efforts. Additionally, the majority of plans in our region are outdated and badly require updating. This regional plan will serve as a basis or framework for future Comprehensive Plans for individual communities. This public input meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 22, 1999 at the Graceville Community Center 618 3rd Street. Food and refreshments will be provided from 6.30 PM to 7:00 PM for your convenience. The meeting will begin at 7:00 and run until 9:00PM. We urge all citizens to take an active role within your community by attending and participating in this important meeting. As members of the Joint Powers Board overseeing this project, we are continually listening for new ideas and input from others in the region. If anyone has any questions, concerns, or ideas, please feel free to contact either of us. Thanks for your interest and participation! Sincerely, Dave Torgerson Big Stone County Commissioner 521 1st St., Box 368 Clinton, MN 56225 (320) 325-5280 Richard Lane Big Stone County Commissioner 922 Lake Avenue Graceville, MN 56240 (320) 748-7207 Shower Lehman- Gustafson bridal shower in and Jason held Saturday, D.m. at the Fellowship Hall at Trinity Lutheran Church in Clinton. All friends and relatives are invited to attend; recipe cards are requested. have the glass to the ceiling! BOYS. Dustin, at left; :right, lorden, Dillan, Jason. Over 200 Windshields On Hand Free pickup and delivery Every car vacuumed and washed Certified technicians 100% Customer Satisfaction RE$SIME & GLASS CENTER, INC. Steve and Linda Roggenbuck Ortonville, MN 56278 (320) 839-2255 TOLL FREE 888-819-2255 15, 1999 DYLAN ARNDT, son of Artie and Krista Arndt of Ortonville, reeled in these four nice walleyes and bass Saturday. (Photo by Bud's Bait) INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY WORKING TOGETHER on technical reading and writing were these groups of sixth and eighth graders at Ortonville School. Students in the eighth grade shop class wrote technical directions for assembling a toy, which then had to be read and followed by the sixth graders for a technical reading assignment. :!:!!:i JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH i ii?ii!ili!i / 'ii!!!iiiill ' SHOWING OFF HIS MILK "MOO-STACHE" with a little help from morn is Maison Gibson, 10 months. He is the son of Darin and Dawn Gibson and grandson of Harold and lone Gibson of Beardsley. Maison, whose dad and grandpa run a dairy operation near Beardsley, was caught enjoying a dairy treat at this year's "Sundae in the Park" days in Beardsley Sunday. Pure milk, healthy children and dairy cooperatives go together. For years, farm cooperatives, organized by the dairy farmers themselves, have led in setting higher standards of quality for milk, butter, cheese, ice cream...and the many other products made from milk. They have established sanitary regulations, encouraged the use of modern milk-handling Nassau Farmers Elevator Company NASSAU, MINNESOTA Beardsley Farmers Elevator Company BEARDSLEY, MINNESOTA equipment and pioneered in efficient distribution of dairy products. Because cooperatives have shown the way...they are important in all parts of the dairy industry. Today, most dairymen belong to cooperatives. A cooperative creamery picks up milk from the farm. A cooperative delivers it to the bottling plant. Often a Barry Farmers Co-op Elevator BARRY, MINNESOTA Farmers Co-op Elevator Company ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA cooperative delivers it to homes and stores. Other cooperatives manufacture butter, cheese, dried milk, ice cream and other products. The abundance of dairy foods available today, their purity and flavor, their price in relation to other foods, is another American achievement. Western Consolidated Cooperatives HOLLOWAY - APPLETON - DANVERS ODESSA - WATSON BIG STONE COOPERATIVE" CLINTON - ORTONVILLE - MILBANK Wherever there is a human need " COOPERATIVES CAN MEET 00INDEPENDENT Page 5b hline found man and one to a movie. p hisface three times confided to her asked her he get fresh?" Thelnza. "1 in Muncie, Ind., up to $10,000 to majors with ue celebrating who himself was of , reads, "l)edicated Me and After *lkl in a thousand band last longer and only one person a darn. **lk people don't common surgical is circumcision. lkIlk interest tlk fireplace is the writer George G. Ilk, kny 10,000 times, it only 4,950 times veighs more. Before they invented drawing board, what did they go back to? llere is what they said: * George Farquahar: "Those who know the least obey the best." * Mother Goose: "Good, better, best. Never let it rest till the "good" be "better" and the "better" best. * Charles K. Kettering: "Where there is an open mind, there will always be a frontier." aF** A leap of faith can be found in the story of a house that was burning down. The whole family escaped the roaring flames except for one child. He was trapped on the second floor of the house. His father, standing below the window on the ground, called out to his son, "Jump, and I'll catch you." "1 can't," screamed the son, "I can't see you for all the smoke." "Don't worry," the father answered, "1 can see you." You shouldn't go through life with a catcher's mitt on both hand. Yon need to he able to throw something back. You probably didn't know it either that a worm is about 1,000 times stronger than a man pound for pound. In closing, remember the importance of laughter. It crowds out tension, halts worry, and gives your personality a chance to express iLelf. to the editor  tirae in history have rapid social, change, as at that more be s, better, and with less :nvironment, we of seeing where in the future and be pro-active in times of e has come for and become nn local planning have in any who are most ou, the citizen. enlbarking on an m community y-Based Year and a half ago the Community- Act. The Act land-use governments and pa(t. icipation effort counties of Big and Lac qui Parle of Granite Falls, and Milan were pilot projects. meetings are the region this of this meeting is objectives that :s through ttcomes of this adea Regional tan. Previously, arts have been le consideration communities. nn technology, in systems, and in federal and state policies that bear on land use, have made clear that localities are very interdependent. As such, localities must work together to solve common problems. A regional assessment or broader efforts to ensure that neighboring communities' plans are consistent with each other- will undoubtedly increase the impact and effectiveness of our planning efforts. Additionally, the majority of plans in our region are outdated and badly require updating. This regional plan will serve as a basis or framework for future Comprehensive Plans for individual communities. This public input meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 22, 1999 at the Graceville Community Center 618 3rd Street. Food and refreshments will be provided from 6.30 PM to 7:00 PM for your convenience. The meeting will begin at 7:00 and run until 9:00PM. We urge all citizens to take an active role within your community by attending and participating in this important meeting. As members of the Joint Powers Board overseeing this project, we are continually listening for new ideas and input from others in the region. If anyone has any questions, concerns, or ideas, please feel free to contact either of us. Thanks for your interest and participation! Sincerely, Dave Torgerson Big Stone County Commissioner 521 1st St., Box 368 Clinton, MN 56225 (320) 325-5280 Richard Lane Big Stone County Commissioner 922 Lake Avenue Graceville, MN 56240 (320) 748-7207 Shower Lehman- Gustafson bridal shower in and Jason held Saturday, D.m. at the Fellowship Hall at Trinity Lutheran Church in Clinton. All friends and relatives are invited to attend; recipe cards are requested. have the glass to the ceiling! BOYS. Dustin, at left; :right, lorden, Dillan, Jason. Over 200 Windshields On Hand Free pickup and delivery Every car vacuumed and washed Certified technicians 100% Customer Satisfaction RE$SIME & GLASS CENTER, INC. Steve and Linda Roggenbuck Ortonville, MN 56278 (320) 839-2255 TOLL FREE 888-819-2255 15, 1999 DYLAN ARNDT, son of Artie and Krista Arndt of Ortonville, reeled in these four nice walleyes and bass Saturday. (Photo by Bud's Bait) INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY WORKING TOGETHER on technical reading and writing were these groups of sixth and eighth graders at Ortonville School. Students in the eighth grade shop class wrote technical directions for assembling a toy, which then had to be read and followed by the sixth graders for a technical reading assignment. :!:!!:i JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH i ii?ii!ili!i / 'ii!!!iiiill ' SHOWING OFF HIS MILK "MOO-STACHE" with a little help from morn is Maison Gibson, 10 months. He is the son of Darin and Dawn Gibson and grandson of Harold and lone Gibson of Beardsley. Maison, whose dad and grandpa run a dairy operation near Beardsley, was caught enjoying a dairy treat at this year's "Sundae in the Park" days in Beardsley Sunday. Pure milk, healthy children and dairy cooperatives go together. For years, farm cooperatives, organized by the dairy farmers themselves, have led in setting higher standards of quality for milk, butter, cheese, ice cream...and the many other products made from milk. They have established sanitary regulations, encouraged the use of modern milk-handling Nassau Farmers Elevator Company NASSAU, MINNESOTA Beardsley Farmers Elevator Company BEARDSLEY, MINNESOTA equipment and pioneered in efficient distribution of dairy products. Because cooperatives have shown the way...they are important in all parts of the dairy industry. Today, most dairymen belong to cooperatives. A cooperative creamery picks up milk from the farm. A cooperative delivers it to the bottling plant. Often a Barry Farmers Co-op Elevator BARRY, MINNESOTA Farmers Co-op Elevator Company ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA cooperative delivers it to homes and stores. Other cooperatives manufacture butter, cheese, dried milk, ice cream and other products. The abundance of dairy foods available today, their purity and flavor, their price in relation to other foods, is another American achievement. Western Consolidated Cooperatives HOLLOWAY - APPLETON - DANVERS ODESSA - WATSON BIG STONE COOPERATIVE" CLINTON - ORTONVILLE - MILBANK Wherever there is a human need " COOPERATIVES CAN MEET 00INDEPENDENT Page 5b