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1 (RADE "MUSTANGS", just one of the city's summer rec teams, won a tournament in as so far amassed a 6-3 record. Team members include, left to right in front, Tyler get, Cord Burns, Jack DeWitt, Kole Mastel, Ryan Mielitz, Ryan Parady and Michael icah Reiffenberger, Coach Clark Mastel, Dustin Ringsaker, Mike Roe, Ramsey Roscoe, !Stuart, Curtis Swenson, Mitchell Taffe, Andrew Treinen, Asst. Coach Tom Roscoe, Jeffrey luh. Not shown is Assistant Coach Paul Treinen. ) D OF YOUNGSTERS showed their American Jks July. 4 Parade Thursday. J.'00tice Seekers want ..= commun=ty health costs and an be unable to care  themselves. aes more and Mildred Thymian, one member of th care, by the group, stated she and others have group spoken to hundreds of people with sto- sever- ries of illnesses and the overloaded meeting agencies which were unable to help Refuge personnel assist with western wildfires Local U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service personnel from the Big Stone National Wildlife Refuge are assisting with the.suppression of the large western fires. Wildlife Biologist, Bridget Olson and Maintenance Mechanic Dennis Lien have been sent from the refuge. They are members of an inter- agency, fire crew assembled in Grand Rapids thru the Minnesota Interagency Fire Center. An interagency crew consists of personnel from either the U.S. Forest Service, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Indian Affairs, National Park Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Big Stone NWR fire staff personnel have assisted in the dispatching of over 20 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service personnel from western Minnesota and Iowa Wildlife Refuges and Wetland Management Districts to assist with suppression of the western wildfires. Accidents result in minor injuries Two accidents reported over the July 4 weekend resulted in minor injuries, according to the Big Stone County Sheriff's Department. Saturday afternoon shortly before 5 p.m., two boats collided at low speed on Toqua Lake in Gracevitte near the southern doeking-'are -qe first boat community's them. was driven by Dave Ammerman, 44 of The Health Justice Seekers will Gc'aceville and the second by Scott Seekers is hold a meeting this Thursday, July 11/ Andrews, 46 of Gracevdle. care avail- at 6:30 p.m. at Northside Medical Records indicate Andrews received of age, Center in Ortonville, where several minor injuri6s when he was thrown capacity, speakers will present more informa- from his seat, and significant damage parish tion on the future of health care in this was reported on both boats. may area. On Sunday morning, July 7 at approximately 5:30 a.m., a 1990 Chevrolet pickup, driven by Dean ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS! ] Quigley, 29 of Watson, left the road- way and entered Artichoke Lake. Department records stated the acci- dent occurred on 580th Avenue 14 miles east of Ortonville, where the vehicle left the public access and became submerged in the lake. Quigley received only minor injuries and was cited for failure to report an - accident, giving false information and  driving after cancellation, with further " charges pending. His vehicle was a total loss. Neither accident was found to be a's hard to be a good one." alcoholrelated. TRAINING Nelson awarded SDSU scholarship FEW GOOD MEN Erik Nelson of Bellingham, has been awarded the Jackrabbit qD LEARN NEW WAYS TO ENHANCE Guarantee Scholarship for the 2002- 2003 school year at South Dakota YOUR RELATIONSHIP! State University.  a e going or how long you've been married, there are not too Nelson will be a freshman at " sai/ that their marriages don't have room for improvement. SDSU this fall. He is the son of 00u'tuh" 13- 7:00 AM Thomas and Lynette Nelson of Bellingham. -on, munity Baptist Church Ortonville, MN During high school he was active Christ loved the church..." Ephesians 5:25 in Future Farmers of America, 4-H, golf, and his church youth group. Portable Storage Buildings. Styles, Si1#$ & IKsl 00livery within 50 miles Buildings for all you storage needs! ' BUILDINGS Sat 9-3 5 Miles South of Miibank on Hwy. 15 Grin, Grpa, s, s, K, K, D Jada Letrud to study in Mexico City Jada Letrud, daughter of Tom and Gloria Letrud of Louisburg,will be living, working and attending school in Mexico City from August until December of this year. She will intern at the American Chamber of Commerce A.C., an independent, non-profit organization that represents, promotes and develops U.S. business interests in Mexico, serving the business community at-large in trade and investment between the U.S. and Mexico. In addition, the Chamber publishes the leading monthly English language business magazine on Mexico - "BUSINESS MEXICO" - and more than 30 publications, including books, economic studies, business surveys, directories, bulletins and manuals. Jada will also be taking two classes at the Universidad de las Americas concerning Mexican foreign policy and the relations between the U.S. and Mexico. While there she will live with a Mexican family to further absorb their culture and language. Jada is a senior at Concordia College in Moorhead. Her majors are International Relations and Spanish. Saturday, Aug. 3 is three lady scramble An 18 hole three lady scramble will be held at the Ortonville Golf Course on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2002. The game will begin with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. Coffee and rolls will be served from 8-9 a.m. Dinner will be served following play. Cash, special and raf- fle prizes will be awarded. Advance registration must be in by July 30, 2002. Please send registra- tion fee, GHIN # (copy of hdcp. card) as a team, as well as name and phone number of one team member. Cost is $30 per non-member and $25 per member. Only one player per team with USGA handicap of 20.0 or less is allowed and the maximum handicap per player will be capped at 45.0. Total team handicap will be adjusted by the committee. Send or call in registrations to Ev Johnson, 41115 U.S. Hwy. 75, Ortonville MN, 56278 or call 320- 839-2181 or Paul Robson at 839- 3606. Golf carts are available for rent through the clubhouse. FSA acreage reporting deadline The final date to report 2002 crop acreage's with the Farm Service Agency is July 15, 2002 according to County Executive Director, Scott Schneider. Under the "Freedom to Farm" program, not all farmers are required to report their acres. However, Acreage reports are required in the following cases: **Producers participating in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). **Producers participating in the AMTA program who plant fruits and vegetable crops. **Producers who wish to qualify for 2002 price support benefits, including commodity loans and LDP's. **Producers who grow crgps that cannot be insured with Crop Ins. These crops could qualify for benefits under the Noninsured Assistance Program (NAP). Producers are encouraged to report their acreage's timely as there is a charge for reporting your acreage's after July 15, 2002. Tinklenberg part of western tourney The western men's league chal- lenge match was played Friday, July 5 at the Ortonville Golf Course. The local Ortonville men's league leaders Paul Tinklenberg of Ortonville and Paul Magnuson of Milan teed off against their eastern cou.nterparts, Doug Marciniak of Owatonna and Ross Magnuson of Andover. The format for this event was match play per nine and total, along with points given for low net. The match came down to the final hole and the league leaders from the east were able to close out the match by taking a birdie three on the par four 18th hole. The winners, Marciniak and Magnuson will move on to regional play and the losing team will return to local league activity. Seniors plan potluck here next Sunday Ortonville Senior Citizens will have a potluck supper next Sunday, July 14th. Doors will open at 2:30 p.m. and supper will be served at 5 p.m. All senior citizens are invited to come and spend the afternoon playing cards or other games. Bring a dish to pass and your own tableware. Obituaries Carl Zadow Mundwiler Funeral Home announces the death of Carl Zadow, 82, of Milbank, who died July 7th at Milbank Area Hospital Avera. A mass of Christian Burial will be held this Wednesday, July 10th at 10:30 a.m. in the St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Miibank. 1920, at Albee, SD; the son of Otto and Elsie (Thesenivitz) Zadow. He attended school in Adams and Vernon Township, Grant County, SD. He farmed with his parents. He was united in marriage on June 25, 1941, at Milbank, SD, with Viola Bruner. To this union, one son, James Zadow was born. The couple farmed in Grant County until moving into Milbank in 1969. Carl then worked for Delano Granite Quarry until 1981 when health problems forced his retirement. Carl was a member of St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Milbank Rev. Wilfrid Lambertz, OSB will officiate and burial will be in the St. Lawrence Cemete. Visitation will begin Tuesday at 5 p.m. at the St. Lawrence Catholic Church with a scripture and rosary service at 7:30 p.m. Visitation will continue Wednesday morning, one hour prior to the mass. Music will be presented by Sandy Tucholke, organist and the St. Lawrence Funeral Choir. Pallbearers will be: Rod Torgerson, Brad Zadow, Scott Zadow, Ray Schell, Fred Sweeter and Dick Wherry. Carl Zadow was born May 15, and served as usher for several years. Carl Zadow is survived by his wife, Viola of Milbank; one son and daughter-in-law: James and Anna Zadow of Buffalo; two grandsons, Bradly and wife Tracy Zadow of Monticello, and Scott and wife Dawn Zadow of Monticello, also three great grandchildren: Braelin, Samantha and Joshua Zadow all of Monticello and many nieces and nephews. Carl was preceded in death by his parents, one sister and brother-in-law. The Mundwiler Funeral Home of Milbank is in charge of the arrangements. Extension report Jean Kvols County Extension Educator 839-2518 or 1-800-279-2518 FOOD SAFETY FOR SUMMER PICNICS When going on a picnic or traveling with food, keep all perishables in a cooler with ice or freeze-pack inserts until serving time. Make sure that food is cold or frozen to the touch before placing it in the cooler or cold thermos. If soap and water will not be available, take along disposable, wet hand wipes to clean hands before and after working with food. When packing a "bag lunch" that will be eaten within several hours, a small freeze pack insert in an insulated bag is probably all that is necessary to keep the food cold. Be sure to put the cooler or lunch bag in the coolest place possible, don't leave it in direct sun or in a warm car. A thermos designed for hot foods can be used to keep soup at a safe temperature for several hours. Just before pouring the soup into the thermos, rinse the thermos with boiling water. Bring the soup to as high a temperature as possible before pouring it in. The soup should be hot to the touch at serving time. Remember that adding commercial mayonnaise to food does not increase the chances that it will cause food borne illness. Commercial mayonnaise is made with pasteurized eggs. Most commercially prepared mayonnaise's contain ingredients, such as vinegar, lemon juice and salt that slow bacterial growth. Safe use of marinades If the recipe calls for basting cooked food with marinade, reserve a portion of marinade for this purpose before combining the marinade with raw meat, poultry or fish. Marinate in a glass or plastic container. Marinades ,often contain acidic liquids such as wine, lemon juice or vinegar which reacts with metal. Marinate in the refrigerator. Avoid cross-contaminating other foods by thoroughly cleaning any utensils, bowls, or surfaces that the marinade comes in contact with after it is combined with raw food. Do not save marinades that have been combined with raw food, unless they will be immediately cooked in a sauce. Bring the marinade to a rolling boil before adding any other ingredients. Then cook the sauce to at least 160 degrees Fahrenheit. Dates To Remember: July 11 - Demonstration Day and Food Revue Contest, Clinton (5:00 p.m.) July 12 - Let's Paint Workshop, Montevideo (10:00 a.m.) July 12 - Dog Project Training, Clinton (7:00 p.m.) July 12-14 - ATV Safety Program Workshop, Bagley July 14 - Horse Project Training, Clinton (5 p.m.) July 15 - Advanced Foodstand Ticket & Fair Entrance Orders Due July 15 & 16 - Arts Day Camp July 17 Jammin' Jellies Workshop, Montevideo (9:00 a.m,) July 18 - Clothing & Fashion Revue Judging, Clinton (8:30 a.m.) July 18 - Public Fashion Revue, Clinton (8:00 p.m.) July 19 - Dog Project Training, Clinton (7:00 p.m.) July 21 - Horse Project Training, Clinton (5 p.m.) July 22 - Pre-County Fair Clean- Up, Clinton " July 23- Cloverbud Orientation at Fairgrounds July 24-28 - Big Stone County Fair July 29 - Post-County Fair Clean- Up, Clinton July 31 - State Fair Orientation July 31 - Shooting Sports Project Training, Hoffman (6:45 p.m.) 3-0n-3 Basketball TOURNAMENT on Main Street tn Madison, Minnesota GIRLS AND BOYS DIVISIONS - Grades 3-8 (grades based on 2001-2002 school year) Medals for top two placesl $5.00 PER PLAYER To register, call Rick Gall 320-598- 7521 or 320-598-7455 (after 5 PM) or Brian Moen 320-752-4511 Pain, stiffness and limited range of motion are often associated with neck (cervical spine) problems. Other common symptoms related to this area are headaches, dizziness, arm pain and numbness. The neck has seven vertebrae with nerves that pass between them. Strain from overuse, stress, poor pos- ture or trauma can cause malaUgnment which reduces movement of the vertebrae and results in inflammation. A thorough examination can detect the site of trouble and lead to corrective treatment. It is important to note that studies on treatment of neck problems find spinal manipulation to be very safe when compared to other common treatments. Peterson Clinic Main Street Ortonville 320-839-2323 Office Hours: M-W-F 8:30om - 5:00pro; Tues.-urs. 8:30om - 12noon; Sot. by oppt. ii INDEPENDENT Page 13