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digest Wheaton boy is on the road to recovery after 'a Week in hospitals with encephalitis. Zachary Deal, from Children's Hospital in Minneapolis on said he had a moderate case of encephalitis, Melissa. He probably got the virus from a period for the disease is 24 hours to a the strain. Zachary is scheduled to go back to about a month. He'll be checked over by a time. a new home for "Big ale" is turning into a The 28-foot-tall statute of a Viking is located in in downtown Alexandria, across from That's in the direct path of a planned The City and the museum had hoped to area, across from the Depot. They also Runestone replica to the same spot park. That plan was put on hold when the City State won't help pay for the move. The City the state railbank property where the statue The cost - about $40,000. It would cost an the park. on the future of the former Hotel evolved into a verbal proposal to possibly purchase the area for commercial use. This transpired at of the Madison City Council June 24th during on the future of the lot. Ideas such as parking, leasing, selling and more were the council were Paul and Lori Schwendemann, Hastad, owner of Heather Nursery. Mayor told that the Madison Economic Development woing on proposals in conjunction with the he would like to see the issue referred to the now, the Farmers and Merchants State Bank County community. This July 12, Paul to celebrate that milestone. From about 2 p.m. the bank's Donnelly office will be celebrating the passed since the Farmers and Merchants State doors in Donnelly on July I, 1912. Paul Ersted, celebrating 90 years of involvement with the will be a chance for the bank to show COmmunity and its customers who have helped possible. Paul Ersted's grandfather, C. C. first cashier and a member of the Board of , Paul Ersted's dad (Paul, Sr.) began his banking C. Ersted was promoted to bank president and in and Paul. Sr. was elected president. Paul Jr. returned at the bank full time in April of 1976. succeeded his father and grandfather as the report Educator SOTA from of Health Educator to go or river the fish Itritious. The Health has for each substances PCBs up in fish COurse of a g are most amounts of brain that is affect a to learning iolS during wer birth delayed found in soil naturally in in and rivers and kage your eys, if it and greater risk. Prickling or and feet or o Many kinds of PCBs, all man- made chemicals banned in 1976. o The body can eliminate mercury eventually and many of the adverse affects can be reversed over time. o PCBs can cause harm to the nervous system of a developing fetus so pregnant women or women who plan to have children should pay attention to the fish advisory for area Minnesota lakes. problems in children. o PCBs have been linked to cancer in animals, but it's difficult to determine if the amount found in fish would cause cancer in people. (Hassel. 2002) Recommended Fish Consumption Guidelines for Sport Caught Minnesota Fish: o You can't see, smell or taste the mercury or PCBs in fish. o Release large fish and keep smaller fish. They are less contaminated and taste better. o Contaminants build up in large predator fish like walleye or northern. Eat less big fish at meals and eat them less often. o Perch and panfish like sunfish and crappies are less contaminated. o PCBs concentrate in fatty tissues. Remove skin and trim fat from fillets. (Note: removing the skin also removes the N-3s.) o Broil, bake or grill fish to remove PCBs. Poaching or deep-frying only removes some of the contaminants. o A 1993 study at Michigan State University found that trimming and cooking Great Lakes fish could reduce contaminants by as much as 81% in some cases (MN Sea Grant Outreach.) o Mercury binds to the fish meat. Cooking does NOT reduce mercury levels. o Advisories for 4500 Minnesota lakes, species and size of fish vary. o Review the Minnesota Department of Health fish consumption guidelines for each lake Photo A CRAPPIE WHOPPER is what Derek Lawyer of St. Paul pulled out of Big Stone Lake one day last month. The fish weighed two pounds, four ounces, and measured 14 1/2 inches in length. Derek is the son-in-law of Ortonville's Julie Kunrath. or river you fish at www.dnr.state.mn us/lakefind or Minnesota Department of Health @ 1-800-657=3908. If you don't have access to the Advisory, follow these recommendations: Pregnant Women, women who may become pregnant and children under age 15: (There is ha change in these guidelines for eating fish just during vacation or one season) Fish Caught in Minnesota: 2002 Fish Consumption Advisory o Panfish (sunfish, crappie) yellow perch, bullheads limit to 1 meal per week o Walleyes shorter than 20 inches, northern pike shorter than 30 inches, all sizes of other species limit to 1 meal a month o DO NOT EAT: Walleyes longer than 20 inches, northern pike longer than 30 inches, muskellunge. NOTE: Include all sources of fish you eat. For example, if you eat 6 ounces of canned tuna, wait one week before eating another meal of any type. If you eat one meal from an 1 8- inch walleye, do not eat any other meals for one month. Commercial Fish: o Four fish that are not safe in any amount for pregnant or nursing women or small children include: shark, swordfish, king mackerel and tilefish. These fish are large and live long. The mercury accumulates in their tissues. o FDA advises that women of child-bearing age and pregnant women may eat an average of 12 ounces of fish per week (EPA, November 2001 ) o Pregnant women should not eat eic'oogerated smoked seafood unless it ked in a casserole due to the risk o PCBs may cause developmental / of Listeria. Refrigerated smoked Advantix Processing Processing Lab Main St., MHbank 432-5222 Same Day - Next Day - Same Prk (without panoramics) Second set Pizza Ranch Set Free Tuesdays 35mm film (APS 99) seafood include salmon, trout, whitefish, cod, tuna, mackerel which are most often labeled as "novastyle", "lax", "kippered", "smoked", or'jerky". Found in the refrigerated section or sold at deli counters. (USDA September 2001 ) Note: For adults, one meal is 6 ounces of cooked fish or 8 ounces of uncooked fish. For a young child, one meal is 2 ounces of cooked fish or 3 ounces of uncooked fish. Souza joins County's extension staff Hello everyone! I am excited to be part of the Big Stone County Extension family and the University of Minnesota Extension Service. I am a native of Central California where ,' I grew up on a dairy farm and was a 4-H member for 11 years. My projects included dairy, sewing, cooking, mini-gardens, and c/afts. I was a junior leader for dairy. I was a member of the Monache FFA for four years where I was in dairy and on the livestock judging team. I also served on the Tulare County Junior Fair Board for four years. I graduated from the College of the Sequoias with an AS Degree in Animal Science and am presently working on my Agriculture Ed. Degree. I presently reside in Milbank, SD on a dairy farm with my family. I am excited about sharing my 4-H experiences with today's 4-Hers and hearing what they have experienced and gained through 4-H themselves. I would like to wish the 4-Hers good luck at the County and State Fairs and I am looking forward to meeting you. IT'S FAIR TIME, HAVE FUN! Prints Markets I No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.55 Soybeans ............................ 5.14 Corn ................................... 1.99 July 9, 2001 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.12 Soybeans ........................... 4.51 Corn ................................... 1.55 Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS The family of Ed Gerhardt wishes to thank all 9ur many friends and rel- atives for the caring and loving cards, phone calls, memorial gifts and flow- ers in memory of our dear father, grandfather and great grandfather. We are extremely grateful to Northridge Residence and Dr. Bob Ross for the many years of devoted care given to Dad. We also extend a very special thank you to Pastor Karl Watkins, the Larson Funeral Home and Isaiah Longnecker, the people of Tabor Methodist church including those who prepared and served the lunch, the ushers, organist Vi Rabe, pianist Lorraine Nolti6g, the Big Stone Community Choir and Russell Hovard and his daughter Kelsey who provided the music during the ser- vice. Our heartfelt appreciation goes out to all who shared with us such comforting love and support. Rita/Lorn Lindholm and family, Judy/John Nichols and family, Don/Judith Gerhardt and family 24-1 CARD OF THANKS Thank you to the Clinton and Ortonville United Methodist Women's groups for hosting a really nice open house for our 25th anniver- sary. Thank you to all our friends who came, for the cards and gifts, and for making our day so very spe- cial. Thank you also to the Correll United Methodist church folks for the nice party at the Dancing Bean. 24-1 Larry and Vicky Kasten CARD OF THANKS Thank you to everyone who gave help and support at the American Legion in Big Stone City with our son, Josiah Kasten, on Saturday evening. We also want to thank the Ortonville Ambulance, the Big Stone City Police Department, the Ortonville Police Department, the ER nurses and technicians and Dr. AI Ross. Thank you all for your caring and concern. It is great to he in such a community ! 24-1 Larry and Vicky Kasten CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank the doctors of Northside Medical Center and the nursing staff for their wonderful care during my stay at the Ortonville Hospital. I would also like to thank my family and friends for all of their prayers, gifts, phone calls and visits. God bless all of you. 24-1 LaNor Mathes CARD OF THANKS We would like to extend our thanks to family and friends for their expressions of sympathy, memorials, flowers, prayers and food brought to our home. A special thank you to Pastor Robert Gravley and Pastor Tim Blackman for their support and comforting words. Also thank you to Dr. Kabatay, the Appleton Municipal Nursing Home staff, Vaala Funeral Home and the ladies who served lunch at the church. For military hon- ors, we thank VFW Post #4955 and the Minnesota Army National Guard. The Family of Junior E. Johnson 24-1 CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank everyone who remembered us on our 50th wed- ding anniversary with their cards, gifts and presence. A special thank you m our family for all the beautiful decorations and the great program. We would also like to thank Richard and Inez Kashmark for the surprise carriage ride and the Naomi Circle for serving the nice lunch. It was truly an overwhelming night. God bless you all. 24-1 Gaylord and Arlyce Weeding Bridal shower set for Krista Lee An open house bridal shower in honor of Krista Lee, bride-to-be of Scan McFarland, will be held Saturday, July 13, at 10 a.m. at the home of Art Lee. No local invitations are being sent. Questions, call Mindy at 839-3389. Big Stone City educator Darla Jacobson of Ortonville attended the Advanced Technology for Teaching and Learning Academy held on the campus of Northern State University June 3 through 14. You see Darla in above photo with TTL Lead Instructor, Bill Wfeland. TTL allows current classroom teachers to update and upgrade their technological skills for the classroom. About 60 participants from all over the state attended the advanced session at NSU, which is offered for those educators who need or desire more experience in technology beyond the Basic TTL academies, which are being offered around South Dakota this summer as well. Educators who attended Advanced TTL at NSU were provided with free room and board, a $500 stipend and a Palm Pilot for their classroom. You'll get the best vehicle alignment! New 4-Wheel Alignment Machine We'll handle all your insurance work for you! Kevin's is the area's most well equipped body shop with two frame machinesl I Towing with wrecker and roll back Major collision repair .Frame and suspension work Windshield repair and replacement LOCK YOUR KEYS IN YOUR CAR? WE'LL GET THEM OUT! 320-839-3066 ,hop) 605-676-2457 KEVIN RAAF N. Minnesota St. Ortonville, MN 56278 25th year in business at same location! Crazy__ Clearance DaY s July 1 2-1 3 Shop the clearance items inside and outside the store- GREAT BUYS! Liebe Drug/Variety Ortonville, MN 839-3825 .landscaping-servi, hq change the .......... your ht before youreyes. I Law ! & Landscaping INDEPENDENT Page 7