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! IN THE PATHWAYS TO FISHING CASTING CONTEST, held during the MWC World Walleye Lay 26-30 are, from left to right, AGE 12 AND OLDER DIVISION winners Ryan Wandersee 'evor McDaniel second and David Hermanson third. AGE 8-11, first place winner Zach place winner Pat Eustice and third place winner Tucker McDaniel. In the AGE 7 AND Michael Winther in first and Michael Peterson in second. Luke Hartman, third place news 4. Kchberg of Minneapolis weekend at the Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. heir in June 17. rs. Ralph Karels and Mrs. Jog Karels, to St. Cloud and house in honor of at the home of her Mark Karels on June 20, 1998. of Appollo High of Lennox and of Watertown, SD weekend at the Tom Kirchberg of Saturday afternoon, at the M.J. Kirchberg relatives that at the Bernie Saturday afternoon and evening in honor of their son Adam's graduation from Lac qui Parle High School. Father's Day afternoon visitors at the M.J. Kirchberg home were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brehmer, Eric and Curtis. Ann Millerbernd of Appleton was a Thursday visitor at the Alfred Volkenant home. Sunday evening, June 21 visitors at the Ralph Karels home were Mr. and Mrs. Brian Pillatzke and family of Albuquerque, NM, Joey Pillatzke of Germany, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pillatzke and Susan and Jr. Pillatzke. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Karels, Blaine and Kayla of Breckenridge spent Father's Day weekend at the Raymond Karels home. Additional Sunday afternoon and supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fedt, Mrs. Richard Van Hout and Jeff, Jerry Karels and Patrick of Big Stone, Mrs. Pauline Karels, Scott and Sarah of Ortonville, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Erdmann of Madison, Kay Karels, Rick and Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Koeckeritz. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rademacher of Abordeen were weekend guests at the Kevin Radermacher and were among relatives that attended the wedding and reception of Jeff Rademacher and Kris Berg in Milbank on Saturday, June 20. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Scharz of New Ulm were weekend guests at the Lawrence Millerbernd home. Additional Father's Day dinner and afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Weiderhoeft and family of New Ulm, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Fischer and sons of Sleepy Eye, Larry Millerbernd and Shannon Hofstad of OrtonviUe. Mr. and Mrs. Wandy Voigt of Arlington, WA, Mrs. Cathy Karels and Mrs. Dorothy Gmiterko of Ortonville were Wednesday evening, June 24 visitors at the Ralph Karels and M.J. Kirchberg homes. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Piscacek and girls of Waco, TX were Monday, June 15 afternoon and evening visitors at the home of Mrs. Rose Karels. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Strei of Alexandria spent several days at the Gene Strei home. Tuesday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Rose Karels were Mr. and Mrs.,'I'om Strei of Alexandria and Mrs. Max Hapka. Mrs. Julie Henrich spent the weekend visiting at the Paul Kindelspire home in New Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathre and family in Maple Grove and Stacie Henrich and son in Champlin. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavelko and family of Worthington, Keith Pillatzki of Hallock were weekend guests at the Bernard Pillatzki home. Father's Day visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Montag and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pillatzki and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pillatzki and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brenden Van Sambeek and Christopher, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Nelson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pillatzki and family. Tom and Ruth Schuelke and daughter Kristina of Sioux Falls, Paul and Geralyn Green, Ryan and Rachel of Fargo, Curt and Julie Kunde, Nathan and Kyle of Milbank attended the family reunion of the late Jerome and Erna Adelman at the Lake Shore RV Park and Fruit Farm at Ortonviile on Saturday, June 20, 1998. Over 140 LQP land project receives grant The Lac qui Parle Preservation/ Land Stewardship Project has been awarded a $10,000 Conservation Partners Grant through the Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources. The Prairie Preservation and Restoration Project is an effort to increase prairie establishment efforts on CRP, CREP, and RIM sites. Grant funds will go to purchase a Duratec seed drill to establish native prairie vegetation, develop and distribute brochures, build an educational sign on Highway 40 in Madison, conduct a media campaign for promotion and a prairie appreciation photo contest, and conduct collaborative workshops on prairies. Ken Varland, DNR region 4 wildlife manager, stated that the grants encourage private organizations and local governments to cost-share projects, and typically fund up to 50 percent of the projects with the remainder to be funded locally. relatives attended. Dennis Rademacher, Ted Trojahn and Paul Karels moved Father Andy Michels to his assignment in Wande on Wednesday, June 17, 1998. Mr. and Mrs. John Adelman, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rademacher attended the wedding and reception of Jeff Rademacher and Kris Berg in Milbank on Saturday, June 20, 1991. Eddie Karels of Minneapoliswas a Father's Day weekend at the Edward L. Karels home. Brian and Tom Spors of Hutchinson spent the weekend at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spors. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Karels spent Father's Day weekend at the Rob Rodas home in Marshall. Pete Kirchberg and Ashley of Houtson, TX arrived at the home of his parents M.J. Kirchberg's to spent a week visiting relatives. Wednesday, June 24 supper guests at the Wayne Brehmer home were Pete Kirchberg and Ashley and Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg. NOW, IEVI:N 11"1== SMALLEST BUSINESSES CAN HAV I= 11"1 == KIND OF HEALTH PLAN BIG BUSlNESSEES DO. Learn how Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota is helping businesses like yours estab- lish affordable, high-quality benefit programs for your employees. Call the agent listed below. and 8h Shu,/d .4 Jsooatwm g.INSURANCE CENIER TOM OAKES 25 Northwest 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 839-2568 Registered marks of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield As,octatlon 0 1994 Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota. nconven NOTICE FOR LOCATION OF BURIED FACILITIES FOR DIGGERS AND EXCAVATORS It's our policy to locate our buried facilities within the area we serve without charge to anyone planning to do digging or excavating in the area. When digging, however, if !!NO REQUEST!! for location is made to us and the facilities are damaged or made inoperative, the person or firm doing the digging or excavating will be responsible for the entire cost of the damage incurred. A request for location of buried facilities must be made by the individual(s) or firm doing the digging at least 24 hours in advance of the actual digging, When a request has been made for the location of buried facilities in accordance with the above requirements and the request is not responded to, any damage which occurs to the buried facilities shall be the responsibility of the company having failed to locate its buried facilities. All charges for relocating or rearranging buried facilities located on private right-of-way will be borne by the individual, firm or company requiring the change. TAIL CO. Morris, Minnesota ;62-9123 ttt ttt /b South Dakota I TCi CableVision Milbank, South Dakota 1-800-843-4265 (MN) or 605-432-6776 = Agralite Cooperative /k / /t /t /k Benson, Minnesota 1-800-950-8375 Federated Telephone C()operative Chokio, Minnesota 1-800-374-7133 Peoples Natural Gas Appleton, Minnesota 1-800-416-2903 'It.e 30, 1998  INDEPENDENT Page 3b