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C:q)unty&apos;s "We Care for Animals" clinic A group of 35 4-H members and parents gathered Monday, June 22nd, for the "We Care For Animals" clinic held at the Big Stone County Fairgrounds in Clinton. The evening began with a general session on Herdsmanship led by Bob Padula, Extension Educator: Livestock, Chippewa County. Following that session, the group split up into mini-sessions enabling members to learn about grooming and showmanship techniques for the speci.es of their choice. Local project experts led these ses- sions. The evening finished with door prizes being awarded. [d in Knuts0n spoke on sheep, The dairy workshop was presented by Bruce Wagner. Kirsten Koch demostrated rabbit showmanship. Brian Krueger and Rick Schnoek spoke on poultry. JeffWolff shared his kllowledge of the beef industry. Start Adelman was the presenter for gwine. Possible 3 goose limitfor September The 1998 September Canada Goose season proposal for South Dakota would include only one change from last year. The daily limit would increase from 2to 3 birds, and the possession limit would increase from 4 to 6 birds. Spencer Vaa, waterfowl biologist with the Game, Fish and Parks in Vaa says this growing population of geese are a problem for some farm- ers, as they forage on crops, primarily adjacent to wetlands. "We have devel- oped a crop damage reduction pro- gram in an attempt to keep the dam- could shoot from one-half hour before sunrise to sunset. Persons wishing to comment on the proposals may attend the public hearing at Pierre on July 6-7, or send written comments to Game, Fish and age to a minimum. But the simple fact," says Vaa, "is that we need to harvest more resident giant Canada Brookings, says this harvest increase is intended to reduce the number of local Canada geese in parts of 13 east- ern counties of South Dakota. geese." The proposed season would be September 5-15, and would only be open to resident hunters. Hunters BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LOCAL CANDY ROUTE 30 vending machines. Earn apx. $800/dey. All for $9,995. Call 800/998-VEND. OWN A DOLLAR STORE 800/227- 5314. NATIONAL COMPANY will give you thousands of dollars worth of advertising on the Information superhighway. Free taportl Cell 913/752-0305, 24 hours, or vkdt hltp://www.sysop.com/mastermar. LUCRATIVE! 90% PROFIT Honest, ethical business. Not MLM. $1,250 mini- mum. Money back product guarantee. Cell 800/633-1437 ext. 159. 24 hrs. AVON PRODUCTS Start your own busi- nasa. Work flexible hours. Enjoy unlim- ited earnings. C a!l t_o/!fre__e 888/561-AVON. M*C*A*N Minnesota Classlfled Ad- vertiling Network Place your classified ad In almost 280 newspapers for only $219. Call your local newspaper or the Minnesota Newspaper Association to find out more Information. I I I VACATIONS TIME SHARE UNITS and campground memberships. Distress sales-cheapl Worldwide selections. Call Vacation Net- work U.S. and Canada. 800/543-6173. Free rental Information. 954/563-5586. COMPUTERS STILL NEED A COMPUTER? How about a 233 Pentium, 4.3 Gigs, monitor, printer & Imftware. Zero downl Slow re poet r oredit, even bankruptcy OKII, BUILDINGS IR'EEL BUILDINGS Sale: 5,000+ sizes. 40xr0x14, $8,767; 50x75x14, $11,930; 50x100x16,$16,023;60x100x16, $18,278. Mini-ate_rage buildings, 40x180, 36 units, $17,66.7. Free brochures. www.aentlnelbulldings.com. Sentinel Buildings, 800/327-0790, extension 79. F()R SALE GET THE MUCK OUT - Marble size Aquadeat palle dear lake or pond bot- tom of organic muck. Simply broadcast like gross seed. Produces firmer bottom, fewer nutrients, better water quality. Call 800/328-9350. Aquaclde Company, 1627 - 9th Street, Dept. MAC, P.O. Box 10748, While Bear Lake, MN 551t0. NXI'I()NWIDF BLOW BEFORE YOU GO! Portable ak:ohol breathalizer. Distal display reeds blood akx)hol content. Battery powered, now available in U.S. 800/600-7315. FINANCIAL "CASH" Immediate $$ for structured settlements and deferred insurance claims. J.G. Wentworth 888/231-5375. NO DOWNPAYMENT? Problemcredtt? Own the home you need now, without a big downpeyment. Complete financing if quali- fied. DeGeorge Homo Alliance: 800/343- 2884. $$$$OVER DUE BILLS? Credit prob- lems? Try debt consoildetionl Combine all bills into one low payment. No application feasl 800/863-9006, ext. 49. CREDIT CARD $5000 UMIT. Guaran- teed approval. No security deposit. No credit check. 800/358-6257 ext. 77. NEED A MORTGAGE LOAN? Refi- nancing? Credit/income problems OK. Foreclosures or bankruptcy OKI Call nowl 24 hour approvals. ACG Financial Ser- vices. 800/949-LEND NOTICES ACTORS, ACTRESSES, models, mu- sicians, our service wants to make you a star. 24 hour message. 701/277-1746. SHARE A DREAM-HOST Scandina- vian, German, European, Russian, South Amedcan, Asian high school students ardv- Ing August, Become a volunteer host faro. Ily/AISE. Call 8O0/SIBLING. www.sibling.org. LEGAL SERVICES DIVORCE $250; BANKRUPTCY $175" Covers chtld cuatody, visitation, & support & property divtslon, etc. Only one signature requlredl *Excludes govt. fees. 8001462-2000, (earn - 8pro) HELP WANTED DRIVERS DRIVERS.., Swift Trenaportmion hldog axpedenced & Inexperienced drivers. No experience nacearyl CDL training avali- ablel New pay pa, consistent miles, assigned equipment, rider programs. 800/ 284-8785 (e.o.e. - m/l) ONE CALL*ONE ORDER*ONE BILL Minnesota Newspaper Association's advertis- Ing Nrvk can piece your dlolsyad in any or allof our 29 daily  340 weekly newspapers. Call Heidt Dunlap at (612)332-8844 for more informaon. ADOPTION ADOPTION: College professor dreams motherhood. Loving home, extended fem- ily, fdends will chedsh baby/child. Can provide educational, financial opportunities. Welcomes continued contact. Barbara: 800/988-5064, 218/829-6922. THE FINAL RESTING PLACE FOR OHS will be at this demolition landfill northeast of the Field. The 16 foot crater will be filled and covered by the end of September, and a constructed at the site. (photo by Mike Barnhardt) Page 12 Ortonville news Gag Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Wayne Rundeli spent the 4th of July weekend in Sioux Falls with his sister Royalene Shields. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Gingrich from Maplewood and Roxanne Swezey from Minneapolis visited Beth Swezey Friday and Saturday. Orlend Mathison visited his brother Norel at the Good Samaritan Center in Clinton Monday, June 29th. On Thursday, July 2nd Dellas Magedanz, Vi Mehlhop and Irene Mathison played cards with Helen Sandgren at Northridge. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Harrison spent the week at their cabin on Big Stone Lake. Mrs. Ruth Nelson and daughter Gina, Gene Datlielson, Arlyce Weeding, and Elaine Thielke were recent visitors of Lillian Danielson at Northridge. Mr. and Mrs. AriD Danielson from Duluth visited last weekend with their mothers at Northridge Lillian Danielson and Jessie Larson. "Friends" of public library meet July 14 Friends of the Ortonville Public Library will be meeting for a pot luck supper at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 14, at the library meeting room. Coffee and a cold drink will be provided. Please bring a dish to pass. Historical Soc. Parks, 523 East Capitol, Pierre, SD to meet / h, 14 57501. Send email comments to uUny alb@gfp.state.sd.us. Email comments Big Stone County's Historical Society will hold it's quarterly membership meeting Tuesday, July 14 at 5 p.m. at the museum in Ortonville. The meeting will be followed by a potluck picnic. Please bring a dish to pass, serving utensils, your own plates, silverware and cups and a lawn chair. A beverage will be furnished. s.ocKiL ALE Ultra Gas \\;VIII i1- Shock I1 II Ultra II iI Suprerne II II Gas Charged l l II xr-00o l/ II Truck Shock/I III i. o-r III 111R m III .11 llalllll ,m st=,.---a,,-t I// must include the name and address of the commenting individual. HELP WANTED OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS: Midland Garege Door Mfg. needs energetic hard workers for production and shipping In Its Fargo, Minneapolla, & Omaha iocatlona, Call us at: 8001437-4056. KARATE INSTRUCTORS WANTED: Free training for Interested and motivated people. Teach In your area. Excellent earnings while you learn program. Call 218/790-5446. , FRIENDLY TOYS & GIFTS has open- Ingo for party demonstrators & manaerel Home decor, glfla, toys, Chrlstn._s. Earn cash, tdpe, recognition. Free catalog, infer* motion: 800/488-4875. FIR EIIG HTER S No experience necessary. Paid tralntng with excellent benefits. Paid relocation to HS diptoma grade ages 17-34. Call 800/ 247-0507. MANAGING EDITOR WANTED: Man- aging editor needed for weekly newspaper In north-central Nebraska. Wilting and pho- togrsphy skills required. Some manage- ment skills helpful. Wages and benefits negotiable. Send resume to: P.O. Box 145, Ainsworth, NE 69210. LIVE-IN CHILD CARE Edina profes- sional couple seeks high energy young adult to help care for their fun - wail ad- Justed, developmentally delayed, daugh- ter. Opportunity to attend school full tima In the fall Must have dependable transporta- tion. Room, board + $1,200/mo. I Highmn- energy, family values environment. dtate opening. Send letter of introduction to: Pat Sandberg, 4512 Arden Ave., Edlna, MN 55424. PRODUCTION ASSEMBLERS Pyro- technic manufacturer seeking qualified ap- plicants. Full/part time positions available. Paid holidays/vacations. Medlcal/life/den- tallneurance. 4Olksavings plan. Drugfree workplace. Shift differential. Salary based upon experience. For immediate co,'Jdor- ation, please send application or resume to: Technical Ordnance, Inc., RR 2, Box 11A, Clear Lake, SD 57226. Fax:. 605/874- 8156. E-mall: tekord@itctel.com. GET PAID $15 - $30 per hour procesng Insurance dldms for local doctore office. Complete training pro- vided. Computer and modem experkmce required. Call 800/259-6661 ext. 20. NEEDED: PIPEFITTERS, PIPEWE L DE R'S, millwrights, Ironworkers, ironwalders, elec- tricians. Health ins., vacJ401Wholidays, E.O.EJdrug screen. Contact: Steve Lavarty .800/844-8436 or fax resume to: 316/378- 3900. A-Lert Construction Services. ELECTRICIAN, LICENSED PRE- FERRED Competitive wage/benefits. Call 507/895-6158. E-mail:jgraf @ execp.oom; or write: Graf Electric, 510 Klstier Drive, La Crescent MN 55947. LLS BT (;ASH! CONSOLIDA TE NO W! 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Rosie Biel visited Jeanne Tyler and Jeanne's mother Mrs. Margie Biel Last Sunday ..... went to a Ninnemans at Monday, June and Glenda Rein Lillian Ninneman. the Senior Ortonville. Lee and Vidella Tiffany, Greg Parks enjoyed Phil Butler family n with Vidella's husband Dave and Mary Beth in Wathena, ]0110N B Walhalla, ND is looking for OTR drivers operators. Our top drivers are making benefits: No Northeast runs Late Model 90% of loads, 1 pick, 1 drop All loads no touch. Gall 4he-toU-fme number 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Do you have hard water or white scaling aroun Does your water leave red and black Is there an odor in your water? Call Lee Well Drilling for Total Water We will take care of all your water problems Guaranteed. We also have drinking water systems. 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