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Area news digest I I I Illll BUFFALO LAKE-There was over $12 million in damages caused by the tornado that touched down in Buffalo Lake on June 24, according to Mike Hennen, emergency management director for Renville County. A total of 15 homes were destroyed within the city limits and another 160 homes were damaged, according to Hennen. He said the value of the property damaged and destroyed in the city totaled $6 million. The average dollar value of damage was $35,000. The total rural value of all estimated losses was $6.5 million. There were 50 farms with identified damage. There were 91 dwellings and service buildings damaged, which was an estimated $2.6 million loss. There were 62 machines and equipment with identified damages, totaling $680,000. There were 28 public drainage systems with damage, with an estimated $155,000 in damage. McLeod Co-op Power reported $150,000 in damage. MORRIS-At shortly after 6 a.m. on July 1, agents with the Internal Revenue Service served a federal search warrant on Riley Brothers Construction of Morris. With the assistance of the Morris Police Department and Stevens County Sheriff's Department, agents began loading boxes of files and continued to do so throughout much of the day. A clerk with the U.S. District Court office in Minneapolis stated that in the case of a federal search warrant, the application and probable cause for the search and seizure, as well as an inventory of the items taken, will not be available until all paperwork is filed. Riley Brothers co-owner Joe Riley said the seizure came as a complete surprise. MILBANK, SD-A fire destroyed a detached garage/shop building at the Rick and Julie Bolin residence in rural Milbank on Friday morning.The Bolins live five miles north and one and a half miles west of Milbank. The house was not damaged. According to Fire Chief Ron Bjerke, the Bolins noticed smoke pouring out of their garage at about 7:15 a.m. and called 911. By the time  firemen arrived the roof and walls had already collapsed. Firemen sprayed water on what was left of the building. According to Bjerke, the cause off the fire is not known, but it may have been caused by lightning. The area experienced a heavy thunderstorm early Friday morning. Big Stone City II Gail Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Jim and Gale Matthews, who recently moved to Big Stone City from Kansas City, enjoyed a week back in Kansas. They had dinner with the Eppleheimels. Upon returning to Big Stone their daughter Tracey from Lawrence, KS spent several days with them and celebrated the 4th with the Peipers and the Larsons. Jane and Lamont Pratfchner and Jackie, Nick, and Lee from Fargo and a friend from Fargo were July 4th week-end guests of Donna Rabe. Wednesday morning, July 2nd Ralph and Gloria Ulrich of Ferndale, WA visited at the home of Arlin and Verna Angerhofer. Arlin and Verna Angerhofer of Big Stone and Julia Angerhofer of Brookings were among guests July 4th for a potluck supper at the home of Harlan and Carolyn Monson. Lavina and Ralph Loeschke's grandson Mr. and Mrs. Craig Loeschke and Ralph and Lavina's two great-grandsons from Minneapolis visited Saturday, July 5th. 4th of July week-end visitors at the home of John and Jerri Van Hout were Randy, Marion, and Dylan Jost of Custer, SD; Deb and Jerrianne Lindman from Blaine; Gary and Donna Van Hout of Del Rapids; Brian Aldridge of Orland, CA; David Van Hout of Milbank; Brian Vanorny, and I Carol and Gary Knoll of Ortonville. Adeline Overberg attended a family gathering at Hartford Beach on the 4th of July. Dr. Jay Ballhagen of Ronan, MO and Robyn Roberson of Arcata, CA were visitors from Thursday, July 3rd to Saturday, July 5th at Ervin Herrmann's home. Lloyd Ballhagen of Hutchinson, KS and son Clint and Lloyd's son Curt from California were also visitors. They were here to attend the Ballhagen reunion July 4th which was held at the Big Stone City Park. About 45 other relatives from Iowa, Minnesota, and South Dakota attended the reunion. Clifford and Ileen Christensen went to Gary, SD for a rodeo on the 4th of July. Blanche Westermeyer's company for the 4th of July were Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Boogarrd and family from Big Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hunt from Odessa, Tony Westermeyer from Big Stone, Chad Hanson and family from Madison, John and Theresa Frickson and family of Canby, Rob Smith and Jeanette Burns of Ortonville, Kenny Tracy and family of Odessa, John Tracy and family of Johnson, Megan Nitz and son and brother of Stillwater. Ansel Doll of Appleton visited Blanche Westermeyer Wednesday night, July 9th. Ballhagen's annual reunion July 4th Every 4th of July the Ballhagen family for the last 13 years have had a family reunion. This year is was held in the Big Stone City Park as it has been for several years. Those in attendance were Ervin and Lamoine Herrmann, Ada Herrmann of Ortonville. Michelle Ballhagen, Des Moines, Ia, Dean and Gayle Ballhagen, Beardsley, Todd and Brenda Ballhagen and children Danielle and Brady from Corona, SD, Robyn Roberson, Arcota, CA, Jody and Dwight Nelson and Darin, Wheaton, Amy Ballhagen, Wheaton, Pat and Jim Warner, Champlin, Hulda Ballhagen, Clinton, June and Neil Docherty, Buffalo, Darvin, Norman and Heidi Ballhagen, Wilmot, SD, Jay T. Ballhagen, Ronan, MT, Keith, Gidget, Derek, Logan, Maya Docherty from Buffalo, Lloyd Ballhagen and son Clint, Hutchinson, KS, Kurt Ballhagen, Orange County, CA, Royal Ballhagen and JoAnn Katzer, Marshalltown, IA, Duane and Shirley Ballhagen and grandson Mark, Sheffield, IA, Wesley Ballhagen, New Hartford, IA, Chad Ballhagen, Wilmot, SD, Kenneth and Barb Ballhagen, Zimmerman. Save this paper toY recycling Work out for free this summer. Curves is 30-minute fimess, commonsense weight loss, "V. and all of the support you need to achieve your goals. www.curvesinternational.com The power to amaze yourself. ' 320-839-7195 CENTERMALL ORTONVILL MN 56278 Funding for wildlife projects Minnesota's Department of Natural Resources is making $600,000 available to local conservation organizations interested in working on wildlife habitat improvement projects on wildlife management areas throughout the state. The funds, available through the DNR Wildlife Grants Program, will allow outdoors clubs to work on projects such as grassland plantings, brushland shearing, wetland restoration, and forest stand improvement. "These grant dollars are available for large and small projects, so we're encouraging proposals from all size organizations," said Leslie Tannahill, a grants specialist for the DNR Division of Wildlife. "The main requirement is that the funds are used by outdoors clubs for habitat work on state wildlife management areas." The Heritage Enhancement Grants to Local Outdoors Clubs program provides reimbursements funding to local conservation organizations to work on state wildlife management areas. The grants are funded from state lottery proceeds deposited in the Heritage Enhancements account within the Game and Fish Fund. Grants are administered through the DNR Division of Wildlife and designed with guidance from local DNR wildlife managers. Grant applications and information packages will be available in mid-July by calling Leslie Tannahill at (651) 284-0584 or via e-mail at leslie.tannahill @dnr.state.mn.us. Information will also be available on the DNR Web site at www.dnr.state.mn.us. Completed grant applications are due October 6, 2003. Work covered under these grants must be completed by June 30, 21306. Birthdays I As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Tuesday, July 15 Brandon Swigerd, Marissa Lynn Bergeson, Jessica Kongelf, Brent Zahrbock, Barbara Johnson, Shelby Whemtner Wednesday, July 16 Donald Von Eschen, Orlend Mathison, Harland Hanson, Laura Athey, Lilo Meier Thursday, July 17 Meredith Wells, David Karn, Kristin Marie Beck, Erin Carlson, Linda H0fhenke, Leah Elizabeth Lindholm, Lefty Mehlhop, Dr. Dawn Stewart, MD, Lindsey Rose McMahon, Alice Howland, Logan Nicholas Haley Friday, July 18 Brent Gerber, Alma Jorgenson, Jyla Dahle, Isabel Kraemer, Nancy Scoblic, Hatnah Marie Zehringer, Steven Hinders, Dylan Wade, June Schott, Pamela Jacobsen Saturday, July 19 Lowell Hay, Jeff Nornes, Phyllis Anderson, Rick Barnhardt, Lori J. Smith, Sharilyn Lindquist, Stephanie Streed, Donald Klapel, Michaela Nicole Schulte, Phyllis Kvidera Schluter, Jeff Ehlebracht, Valina Nichols Sunday, July 20 Willard Reinke, Vivian Hublou, Perry Nelson, Dena Rawleigh Haley, Don Kanten, Bruce LaCombe, Sandra Streich Kongelf, Joshua Berg, Louella Mack, Mike Rausch, Raymond Cornelisen, Peggy Brook, Kelli Henneberg, Brittany Ann Larson, Hope LaRae Hasslen, Ruth Strong, Sarah Rosanne Puder Monday, July 21 Michelle Gerber Knutson, Helen McPherson, Jackie Redpenning, Breeahna Marie Ninneman, Mavone Kalberg Tuesday, July 22 Anne Peterson, Martin Brown, Mary Geier, JoAnn Tillman, Scott Kuefler, Molly Rausch, Nicholas Allen Giese, Kendra Lynn Siebigteroth, Nancy Lee, Helen Dockter Objects near state highway to be removed Minnesota Department ' of Transportation, District 8 strongly recommends the removal of all objects placed on MrdDOT right of way, including haybales and campaign signs. Individuals who hay ditches along state highways are responsible for the removal of the hay bales and associated equipment. In addition, signs may not be placed on private land without the consent of the landowner. * Minnesota law and many local ordinances forbid placing objects within the limits of public roadways. Obstructions can create a safety hazard to motorists and could result in civil liabilities to both the property owner and the individual who placed the objects. Mn/DOT is responsible for administering laws that pertain to state highways and will clear hazards from the right of way without notice. This includes the removal of obstructions such as hay bales and signs; Mn/DOT may also bill ooo In 1283, Alfonso X, King of Castile and Leon (Spain), commissioned a Book of Chess, Dice, and Backgammon based on an Arabic text. Chess was already hundreds of years old by then. In 193o, a lengthy article in GoodHealth magazine talked about the effects of smoking on blood pressure stating, "smoking causes premature old age by wearing out the heart, liver and kidneys and doing injury to the blood vessels.  In 1957, the first electric portable typewriter was manufactured by Smith- Corona. In 1771 , the British umbrella first Philadelphia. Newspapers ridiculed it as but doctors claimed the umbrella couldf epilepsy, stave off fever and fight vertigo. individuals for the removal. Persons with questions are asked to contact the nearest District 8 Mn/DOT office at: 320-231-5195 or 800-657-3792, Denny Marty (Willmar Region); 507-537-6146 or 800-657-3748, George Bowman (Marshall Region) 320-234-2582 or 877-682-8249, Bruce Schlueter (Hutchinson Region). Extension John Cunningham County Extension Educator 839-2518 or 1-800-279-2518 DATES TO REMEMBER: July 16 - State Fair Orientation meeting July 21 - Fury Friends Day Camp at Chokio (9:00 - 2:00 p.m. July 30 - Ambie Fun day Aug. 18 - 4-H Federation Meeting (7:30 p.m.) followed by Record Judging (8:30 p.m.) Aug. 21 - Sept. 1 - Minnesota State Fair Schmieg family Decendants of the late Anton and and Sara, Tim and Mary Schmieg gathered at St. Joseph's School in Rosen on Saturday, July 5, 2003. A pot luck din- ner was enjoyed at noon. Families were introduced, with drawings for prizes. Pictures were dis- played with a poster of pictures of deceased members. All families were well represented. Those attending were Alphonse Schmieg, Pete and Rosie Shipe, Jon and Theresia Reiger, Paige and Brooke, Irene Karels, Lawrence and Ann Schmieg, Leon and Marcia Schmieg, Blake and Rachel Angerhofer and Cory Schmieg. Myra Schmieg, St. Myra, Marv and Jean Kirchberg, Jerry Schmieg, Mary Wersch and Christina Bulas, Dale and Theresa Kluxdal, Tara, Samantha and Jonathon, Tom amd Barb Schmieg, Kathleen, Rebecca Leonard (Butch) Teresa Schmieg Charlie Schmieg, Charlotte Wellnitz, Dorothy Hapka, Ferguson, Carol Diane Stoick, and Betty Spors, Mary, Kevin and Ryan, Weber, David Sandy, Dennis Madison, Tom Marissa, Roger Alex. Daniel and Euni and Cindy Brenda Schmieg, Keenan, Rod and Rachel and was also a guest. [ INDEPENDENT WANT ADS BRING We're .... celebrating Clinton State Bank was officially 100 years old on June #, 2003. In recognition of our Centennial year....... We will be serving noon iu under the tent on FRIDAY, JULY 18 from 11:00 a.m.- 1 )0 on the corner of Main St across from Liebe V arie:ty. Your Community Bank for 100 Member FDIC Clinton State THE BANK THAT UNDERSTANDS Page 2b  INDEPENDENT Area news digest I I I Illll BUFFALO LAKE-There was over $12 million in damages caused by the tornado that touched down in Buffalo Lake on June 24, according to Mike Hennen, emergency management director for Renville County. A total of 15 homes were destroyed within the city limits and another 160 homes were damaged, according to Hennen. He said the value of the property damaged and destroyed in the city totaled $6 million. The average dollar value of damage was $35,000. The total rural value of all estimated losses was $6.5 million. There were 50 farms with identified damage. There were 91 dwellings and service buildings damaged, which was an estimated $2.6 million loss. There were 62 machines and equipment with identified damages, totaling $680,000. There were 28 public drainage systems with damage, with an estimated $155,000 in damage. McLeod Co-op Power reported $150,000 in damage. MORRIS-At shortly after 6 a.m. on July 1, agents with the Internal Revenue Service served a federal search warrant on Riley Brothers Construction of Morris. With the assistance of the Morris Police Department and Stevens County Sheriff's Department, agents began loading boxes of files and continued to do so throughout much of the day. A clerk with the U.S. District Court office in Minneapolis stated that in the case of a federal search warrant, the application and probable cause for the search and seizure, as well as an inventory of the items taken, will not be available until all paperwork is filed. Riley Brothers co-owner Joe Riley said the seizure came as a complete surprise. MILBANK, SD-A fire destroyed a detached garage/shop building at the Rick and Julie Bolin residence in rural Milbank on Friday morning.The Bolins live five miles north and one and a half miles west of Milbank. The house was not damaged. According to Fire Chief Ron Bjerke, the Bolins noticed smoke pouring out of their garage at about 7:15 a.m. and called 911. By the time  firemen arrived the roof and walls had already collapsed. Firemen sprayed water on what was left of the building. According to Bjerke, the cause off the fire is not known, but it may have been caused by lightning. The area experienced a heavy thunderstorm early Friday morning. Big Stone City II Gail Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Jim and Gale Matthews, who recently moved to Big Stone City from Kansas City, enjoyed a week back in Kansas. They had dinner with the Eppleheimels. Upon returning to Big Stone their daughter Tracey from Lawrence, KS spent several days with them and celebrated the 4th with the Peipers and the Larsons. Jane and Lamont Pratfchner and Jackie, Nick, and Lee from Fargo and a friend from Fargo were July 4th week-end guests of Donna Rabe. Wednesday morning, July 2nd Ralph and Gloria Ulrich of Ferndale, WA visited at the home of Arlin and Verna Angerhofer. Arlin and Verna Angerhofer of Big Stone and Julia Angerhofer of Brookings were among guests July 4th for a potluck supper at the home of Harlan and Carolyn Monson. Lavina and Ralph Loeschke's grandson Mr. and Mrs. Craig Loeschke and Ralph and Lavina's two great-grandsons from Minneapolis visited Saturday, July 5th. 4th of July week-end visitors at the home of John and Jerri Van Hout were Randy, Marion, and Dylan Jost of Custer, SD; Deb and Jerrianne Lindman from Blaine; Gary and Donna Van Hout of Del Rapids; Brian Aldridge of Orland, CA; David Van Hout of Milbank; Brian Vanorny, and I Carol and Gary Knoll of Ortonville. Adeline Overberg attended a family gathering at Hartford Beach on the 4th of July. Dr. Jay Ballhagen of Ronan, MO and Robyn Roberson of Arcata, CA were visitors from Thursday, July 3rd to Saturday, July 5th at Ervin Herrmann's home. Lloyd Ballhagen of Hutchinson, KS and son Clint and Lloyd's son Curt from California were also visitors. They were here to attend the Ballhagen reunion July 4th which was held at the Big Stone City Park. About 45 other relatives from Iowa, Minnesota, and South Dakota attended the reunion. Clifford and Ileen Christensen went to Gary, SD for a rodeo on the 4th of July. Blanche Westermeyer's company for the 4th of July were Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Boogarrd and family from Big Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hunt from Odessa, Tony Westermeyer from Big Stone, Chad Hanson and family from Madison, John and Theresa Frickson and family of Canby, Rob Smith and Jeanette Burns of Ortonville, Kenny Tracy and family of Odessa, John Tracy and family of Johnson, Megan Nitz and son and brother of Stillwater. Ansel Doll of Appleton visited Blanche Westermeyer Wednesday night, July 9th. Ballhagen's annual reunion July 4th Every 4th of July the Ballhagen family for the last 13 years have had a family reunion. This year is was held in the Big Stone City Park as it has been for several years. Those in attendance were Ervin and Lamoine Herrmann, Ada Herrmann of Ortonville. Michelle Ballhagen, Des Moines, Ia, Dean and Gayle Ballhagen, Beardsley, Todd and Brenda Ballhagen and children Danielle and Brady from Corona, SD, Robyn Roberson, Arcota, CA, Jody and Dwight Nelson and Darin, Wheaton, Amy Ballhagen, Wheaton, Pat and Jim Warner, Champlin, Hulda Ballhagen, Clinton, June and Neil Docherty, Buffalo, Darvin, Norman and Heidi Ballhagen, Wilmot, SD, Jay T. Ballhagen, Ronan, MT, Keith, Gidget, Derek, Logan, Maya Docherty from Buffalo, Lloyd Ballhagen and son Clint, Hutchinson, KS, Kurt Ballhagen, Orange County, CA, Royal Ballhagen and JoAnn Katzer, Marshalltown, IA, Duane and Shirley Ballhagen and grandson Mark, Sheffield, IA, Wesley Ballhagen, New Hartford, IA, Chad Ballhagen, Wilmot, SD, Kenneth and Barb Ballhagen, Zimmerman. Save this paper toY recycling Work out for free this summer. Curves is 30-minute fimess, commonsense weight loss, "V. and all of the support you need to achieve your goals. www.curvesinternational.com The power to amaze yourself. ' 320-839-7195 CENTERMALL ORTONVILL MN 56278 Funding for wildlife projects Minnesota's Department of Natural Resources is making $600,000 available to local conservation organizations interested in working on wildlife habitat improvement projects on wildlife management areas throughout the state. The funds, available through the DNR Wildlife Grants Program, will allow outdoors clubs to work on projects such as grassland plantings, brushland shearing, wetland restoration, and forest stand improvement. "These grant dollars are available for large and small projects, so we're encouraging proposals from all size organizations," said Leslie Tannahill, a grants specialist for the DNR Division of Wildlife. "The main requirement is that the funds are used by outdoors clubs for habitat work on state wildlife management areas." The Heritage Enhancement Grants to Local Outdoors Clubs program provides reimbursements funding to local conservation organizations to work on state wildlife management areas. The grants are funded from state lottery proceeds deposited in the Heritage Enhancements account within the Game and Fish Fund. Grants are administered through the DNR Division of Wildlife and designed with guidance from local DNR wildlife managers. Grant applications and information packages will be available in mid-July by calling Leslie Tannahill at (651) 284-0584 or via e-mail at leslie.tannahill @dnr.state.mn.us. Information will also be available on the DNR Web site at www.dnr.state.mn.us. Completed grant applications are due October 6, 2003. Work covered under these grants must be completed by June 30, 21306. Birthdays I As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Tuesday, July 15 Brandon Swigerd, Marissa Lynn Bergeson, Jessica Kongelf, Brent Zahrbock, Barbara Johnson, Shelby Whemtner Wednesday, July 16 Donald Von Eschen, Orlend Mathison, Harland Hanson, Laura Athey, Lilo Meier Thursday, July 17 Meredith Wells, David Karn, Kristin Marie Beck, Erin Carlson, Linda H0fhenke, Leah Elizabeth Lindholm, Lefty Mehlhop, Dr. Dawn Stewart, MD, Lindsey Rose McMahon, Alice Howland, Logan Nicholas Haley Friday, July 18 Brent Gerber, Alma Jorgenson, Jyla Dahle, Isabel Kraemer, Nancy Scoblic, Hatnah Marie Zehringer, Steven Hinders, Dylan Wade, June Schott, Pamela Jacobsen Saturday, July 19 Lowell Hay, Jeff Nornes, Phyllis Anderson, Rick Barnhardt, Lori J. Smith, Sharilyn Lindquist, Stephanie Streed, Donald Klapel, Michaela Nicole Schulte, Phyllis Kvidera Schluter, Jeff Ehlebracht, Valina Nichols Sunday, July 20 Willard Reinke, Vivian Hublou, Perry Nelson, Dena Rawleigh Haley, Don Kanten, Bruce LaCombe, Sandra Streich Kongelf, Joshua Berg, Louella Mack, Mike Rausch, Raymond Cornelisen, Peggy Brook, Kelli Henneberg, Brittany Ann Larson, Hope LaRae Hasslen, Ruth Strong, Sarah Rosanne Puder Monday, July 21 Michelle Gerber Knutson, Helen McPherson, Jackie Redpenning, Breeahna Marie Ninneman, Mavone Kalberg Tuesday, July 22 Anne Peterson, Martin Brown, Mary Geier, JoAnn Tillman, Scott Kuefler, Molly Rausch, Nicholas Allen Giese, Kendra Lynn Siebigteroth, Nancy Lee, Helen Dockter Objects near state highway to be removed Minnesota Department ' of Transportation, District 8 strongly recommends the removal of all objects placed on MrdDOT right of way, including haybales and campaign signs. Individuals who hay ditches along state highways are responsible for the removal of the hay bales and associated equipment. In addition, signs may not be placed on private land without the consent of the landowner. * Minnesota law and many local ordinances forbid placing objects within the limits of public roadways. Obstructions can create a safety hazard to motorists and could result in civil liabilities to both the property owner and the individual who placed the objects. Mn/DOT is responsible for administering laws that pertain to state highways and will clear hazards from the right of way without notice. This includes the removal of obstructions such as hay bales and signs; Mn/DOT may also bill ooo In 1283, Alfonso X, King of Castile and Leon (Spain), commissioned a Book of Chess, Dice, and Backgammon based on an Arabic text. Chess was already hundreds of years old by then. In 193o, a lengthy article in GoodHealth magazine talked about the effects of smoking on blood pressure stating, "smoking causes premature old age by wearing out the heart, liver and kidneys and doing injury to the blood vessels.  In 1957, the first electric portable typewriter was manufactured by Smith- Corona. In 1771 , the British umbrella first Philadelphia. Newspapers ridiculed it as but doctors claimed the umbrella couldf epilepsy, stave off fever and fight vertigo. individuals for the removal. Persons with questions are asked to contact the nearest District 8 Mn/DOT office at: 320-231-5195 or 800-657-3792, Denny Marty (Willmar Region); 507-537-6146 or 800-657-3748, George Bowman (Marshall Region) 320-234-2582 or 877-682-8249, Bruce Schlueter (Hutchinson Region). Extension John Cunningham County Extension Educator 839-2518 or 1-800-279-2518 DATES TO REMEMBER: July 16 - State Fair Orientation meeting July 21 - Fury Friends Day Camp at Chokio (9:00 - 2:00 p.m. July 30 - Ambie Fun day Aug. 18 - 4-H Federation Meeting (7:30 p.m.) followed by Record Judging (8:30 p.m.) Aug. 21 - Sept. 1 - Minnesota State Fair Schmieg family Decendants of the late Anton and and Sara, Tim and Mary Schmieg gathered at St. Joseph's School in Rosen on Saturday, July 5, 2003. A pot luck din- ner was enjoyed at noon. Families were introduced, with drawings for prizes. Pictures were dis- played with a poster of pictures of deceased members. All families were well represented. Those attending were Alphonse Schmieg, Pete and Rosie Shipe, Jon and Theresia Reiger, Paige and Brooke, Irene Karels, Lawrence and Ann Schmieg, Leon and Marcia Schmieg, Blake and Rachel Angerhofer and Cory Schmieg. Myra Schmieg, St. Myra, Marv and Jean Kirchberg, Jerry Schmieg, Mary Wersch and Christina Bulas, Dale and Theresa Kluxdal, Tara, Samantha and Jonathon, Tom amd Barb Schmieg, Kathleen, Rebecca Leonard (Butch) Teresa Schmieg Charlie Schmieg, Charlotte Wellnitz, Dorothy Hapka, Ferguson, Carol Diane Stoick, and Betty Spors, Mary, Kevin and Ryan, Weber, David Sandy, Dennis Madison, Tom Marissa, Roger Alex. Daniel and Euni and Cindy Brenda Schmieg, Keenan, Rod and Rachel and was also a guest. [ INDEPENDENT WANT ADS BRING We're .... celebrating Clinton State Bank was officially 100 years old on June #, 2003. In recognition of our Centennial year....... We will be serving noon iu under the tent on FRIDAY, JULY 18 from 11:00 a.m.- 1 )0 on the corner of Main St across from Liebe V arie:ty. Your Community Bank for 100 Member FDIC Clinton State THE BANK THAT UNDERSTANDS Page 2b  INDEPENDENT