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Krell scene, ask and then identify !s before initiating techniques. ay, Make sure Cbec and that the k the victim's heart beats 60 to injury and ask the victim and if he or she in arms and inal Injuries the this case, is as is conscious, ask medications, and the loss of can result in shock Use latex gloves if pressure accident victims and cover with three different bums second- blisters. Third- most serious, cause tissue. another person stop, drop, and water ointment will seal burn it's critical lng and wash the running water for make and the victim Electrical on both victim. mg techniques life. CPR and ,mOtu r s e s boost with c Abuse? On Wednesday, July 8th, the Big Stone County Demonstration Day was held at the Clinton Memorial Building. Six 4-Hers presented demonstrations. Placing first and earning a state fair trip was Anna Schumacher with her talk on the "ABC's of Car Safety." Meghan Smart earned second place on her "Preparing Skulls" demonstration and Shelley Haggerty placed third with her demonstration on "Yellow Ribbons". Also giving demonstrations was Rudy Smart, Emily Haggerty and Trevor Karsky. In Food Review, members prepare a table setting for display. Placings were 1 - Sarah Diekmann with a Tact Salad, 2 - Sheila Krueger with a Tact Soup, 3 - Shelley Haggerty with a Seafood Lasagna and Emily Haggerty received a blue ribbon for a bean and frank botdish. 4-H volunteer coordinators of this event were Gerry Diekamnn and lone Gibson. Audrey Blum was the judge. PRACTICING CPR TECHNIQUES at Otter Tail's Hoot Lake Plant near Fergus Fails, are Second Operator Barry Schleske, left, and Control Room Operator Steve Davis. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS Save this paper for recycling Theea Daniels Will Appear At County Fair /" Theea Daniels, a singer from Sioux Falls, SD - and the granddaughter of Larry and Phyllis Schwagerl of Browns Valley, will be appearing at the Big Stone County Fair on Saturday, July 25 at approximately 8:30 p.m. at the Shelter on the fair- grounds in Clinton. Theea's career began when she met producer, Will Prines, through a mutual friend, and he asked her sing a demo for him at his studio. She has cut and released a CD, and has been featured in several area publications. She has opened for T. G. Shepherd at Dakota Magic in I-lankinson, ND; as well as appear on her own there in June. A graduate of O'Gorman High School in Sioux Falls, she is the daughter of Fran and Diana Miller of Sioux Falls, and went by Jenny Miller during her high school days - as well as when she attended UMM to study medicine and play basketball for one semester. Her appearance at the Big Stone County Fair is anticipated by friends and relatives in the area, as well as music fans of all ages. INDEPENDENT . WANT ADS PAY In and Visit About Saving Ideas. FOR ALL YOUR ENERGY NEEDS/ lite Electric operative Phone 320-843-4150 * Benson, Minnesota Energy" Partner . ON A BICYCLE TOUR FROM ALASKA TO MINNEAPOLIS is Matt Beach,23, right, and Bridget Hayden, 22, pictured at left. The couple flew to Anchorage, put their bicycles together in the airport and started back to Minnesota on June 6, completing the last leg of their journey last week. 10th annual heritage day The 1998 Heritage Day theme is "Health Care - Then and Now" and will be carried out in the program to be given at the Lac qui Parle County museum on Sunday, July 26, 1998, beginning with a Concert by the Madison Area Band under the direc- tion of Robert Bruce at 1:45 p.m. Please bring your own folding or lawn chairs as outdoor seating will be lim- ited. A program will be given in the Ethel Metum Addition, beginning at 2:30 with Maynard Meyer, as emcee. Appearing on the program will be Don Svien of Lac qui Parle and Willmar and Russell Dahl of Dawson, who will tell the "Dr. Lindboe Story." The two gentlemen are relatives of Dr. O.K. Lindboe, an early doctor at Lac qui Parle Village. A condensed history of the Medical History will be given by Mrs. Art Bemis of Marietta. Musical num- bers, including a violin solo by Matthew Tyler, a student at Dawson- Boyd School and the song "Lac qui Parle" will be sung by the audience, accompanied by Alden Chester. Immediately after the program, refreshments, featuring foods and beverage from the Four Basic Food Groups, will complete the theme "Health Care - Then and Now". The public is invited with a special invita- tion being extended to ALL DOC- TORS AND NURSES - PAST AND PRESENT of our county. BIG STON COUNTY FAIR Clinton, Minnesota THURSDAY- FRIDAY- SATURDAY- SUNDAY uly 23-26, 1998 GATE 18 & OVER $2.00 per day or $3.00 season pass Kids 17 & Under- FREE FREE PARKING • Thursday, July 23 • i; Set-Up & Entry Day I KS93 Pepsi Party .......................... Noon-1 p.m. I: Evening Bingo 10˘ ...................... . ...... 7:00 p.m. ,,,o. • Friday, July 24 • .,.,o. CITIZEN DAY (60 and over Free Admission) CITIZEN DAY Bingo ................................. starting at 1:00 p.m. "Bob Meyer Band" .............................. 2:00 p.m. Tri State Band ..................................... 6:00 p.m. Clem & Annie Clowns ......................... 5:00 p.m. Kids Pedal Pull (4-11 yrs. old) ............ 5:30 p.m. "Mylo" .................................................. 7:00 p.m. Teen Dance with "Henry's Sights & Sounds" ................. 9:00 p.m. • Saturday, July 25 • 4-H Auction ......................................... 8:30 a.m. Iron Pour ............................ 12 Noon - 4:00 p;m. Bingo ........................... . ..... starting at 1:00 p.m. Ragan's ..................................... 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. Greenquist Academy Tae Kwon Do ...4:00 p.m. Veterans Flag Burning ........................ 5:00 p.m. Enduro Race ....................................... 6:00 p.m. Theea Daniels ....................... approx. 8:30 p.m. Following Enduro • Sunday, July 26 • Community Worship Service ............ 10:30 a.m. Deb Wentland .................... 12 Noon - 1:00 p.m. Iron Pour ............................ 12 Noon - 4:00 p.m. Bingo ................................. starting at 1:00 p.m. 4-H Parade of Champions .................. 1:00 p.m. "Zucchinis". ......................................... 1:00 p.m. "Zucchinis" ......................................... 3:00 p.m. Demolition Derby ................................ 4:00 p.m. ALL ENTERTAINMENT IN SHELTER (Except Horse Show In Horse Arena) FREE ADMISSION - BRING LAWN CHAIRS Admission charged for Enduro and Demolltlon Derby In Grandstand IN CASE OF RAIN, SHOWS WILL BE HELD IN THE ! 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