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E WINNERS at the Couples Golf Tournament arepictured above. There were 95 couples corn- Championship winners were John andSheryl Ward. Flight one winners were Tom two: Bill andLynn Reno; Flight three: Wayne Casura and Chris Erickson; Flight ins; Flight five: Jim Goldsmdh and Carol Barrett; Flight six: Jim and Pat Dubow; )LLEYBALL team members sold dilly bars as a fund-raising project at Sunday's TRAM Park in Ortonville. Left to right are Christina Shelstad, Brittney DeBoer, B Squad Betsy Meyer and Holly Ellingson. ribbons sold Premium auction were sold at Big Stone n held at the Big Stone partici- to John Y Extension in firms that Auction. and were auc- is a listing of Year's auction: Kellen), Farmers Agralite Big Stone Service, Clinton AI (Kent S tar, redit Services of Graceville, and West Con of Graceville; Farmers, Elevator of Nassau; Agassiz Mutual Insurance of Odessa; CenBank, Farmers, Coop Elevator, Minnwest Bank, Helgeson Ranch and Ferrier, Ortonville Independent, Klages Polled Herefords, and Thrivent (Virgil Gerber); all of Ortonville; and Ole' Mill Meats, Morgan Jones, S & N Livestock, Woody BayBridge, all of Milbank; Larson Implement of Wheaton; Wells Fargo Bank; and Woody Baybridge, both of Big Stone City S.D; Big Stone County ADA, and Big Stone County Farm Bureau (Paul Kellen). The Auction went very well with all exhibitors receiving the maximum allowable premium for their ribbons. Jim Farretl, Milbank, did an excellent job as auctioneer, according to John Cunningham, County Extension Director John says thank you to all business supporters, 4-Hers and par- ents for making the Premium Auction the success it was. Flight seven: Jim and Marjell Wendland; Flight eight: Paxton andAmy Wiffer; Flight nine: Barry and Georgia Wahlberg;. Winners are pictured by flight division, with championship winners at right. Not pictured, Barry and Georgia Wahlberg. Only the r., r/ Newspate_ r "[ i Think about itl Only newspapers have users who are literate, educated, make more money and have good jobs, the people retailers want to reach. Its where busi- nesses meet their customersl Your Newspaper: The Link to Your Communityl PRINTING s Our Business i THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT Letters to the editor To the Editor: The United States has great,. reserves of natural gas. How do you maximize profits on gas? Make demand exceed supply! The so-called "'environmental movement" was supported by Enron to increase demand, About 6 years ago, Congress refused to accept the "Greenhouse gas" treaty promoted by the Clinton Administration. That treaty would have greatly increased the price of gas by requiring power plants to switch to gas. Natural gas, including propane produces much less carbon di-oxide (greenhouse gas) than coal when burned. Eight years ago antimonopoly laws were ignored so many companies joined with their competitors. That has ?' continued. OPEC has taught us that all you have to do to increase profits is to reduce supply. Agree to turn down the valves at the gas well-heads and profits increase. @. ....  ..... WINNERS are pictured above. At the July xiliary to the VFW Post 3964,Travis Ninneman presented with scholarship checks by Auxiliary in center. Advantix Processing Same Day - Next Day - Same Price oo,, =999 ,=,.xp, (without panoramics) Second set s2" Photo Photo Processing Lab 307 Main St., Milbank 432-5222 from Pizza Ranch 25 LB. BEEF BUNDLE 20 LB. PORK BUNDLE S49.95 Sl0.00 OFF- Reg. $34.95 10 Reasons To Bring Film To D&L Photo Done In-Store ber on Back of Prints & Wallets I I What exists to limit drilling more gas wells'? Natural gas is normally three miles or more below earth surface at the "overthrust zone" east of the Rocky Mountains. Beside this, almost all potentially profitable land surface for wells is leased. You can't organize a wildcat company and drill gas wells. What to do'? One: Insist that courts enforce anti-monopoly laws first ignored by the previous administration. Two: Rewrite leasing laws so that a competitor can pipe natural gas to consumers. No lease should prohibit piping across the leased land. Three: End censorship! Let's have all the facts. Wesley Olson Box 142 Clinton MN 56225 In Store i True l',linnesota ! ph 320-325 5565 Some things are distinctly Minnesotan -- like Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, recognized for delivering quality health care plans for nearly 70 years. That why more Minnestans choose Blue Cross than any other plan. Call me for individual or group plans or plans that work with Medicare. '02 Dodge Grand Caravan ES ) Box B 2500 4x4 H. i Chevrolet Quad Cab Silverado FACTORY WARRANTY o,oOo 6.o v tiles Psitraetion QUALITY CLOCK REPAIR Antique * Mantle 400 Day Anniversa Striking Chiming CRAIG RANDLEMAN ORTONVILLE, M:N 320-839-2357 Minnesota Glockmaker- Watchmaker Call After 6 p.m. for Estimates i rThe Ortonuille TM Independent For all your printing neeos call 320-839-6163 fax 320-839-3761 email- mail@ ' ortonvilleindependent .com Check out our web site at www. ortonvilleindependent  .corn MINNFOTA Bluegrass & Old-Time se Festal August 7th, 8th, 9th & IOth, 2003 ~ El Rancho Manana, Richmond MN ~ (30 minules W 0 St. Cloud, Exit I-4 at Avon 1# 153), then c miles S 01 Ct Road 9) (800) 635-3037 ~ www.minnesotabluegrass.org i HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8AM-5:30PM; Sat. 8AM-5PM ORTONVILLE, MN PHONE (320) 839-2653 BUTCHERING DAYS Mon. & Wed. ;Y CALL DALE 605-938-4389 OR LEON (320) 325-5230 :t Quality & Colorl Per Lb. Locally Grown Beef - Per Lb SUMMER QUARTERS SAUSAGE ................ :Z.'/U OR SIDES ................ $1.49 Locally Grown - Per Lb,   e Locally Grown - Per Lb,  a' 'I HALF A HOG .................... i- DELl TURKEY .......... . All Natural, Hormone Free - Per Lb $1 65 Black Angus Beef Quarters or Sides ............................. l BUFFALO AVAILABLE - WE ACCEPT EBT CARDS ' 2003 __ :DEPENDENT __ __ Pa 9 E WINNERS at the Couples Golf Tournament arepictured above. There were 95 couples corn- Championship winners were John andSheryl Ward. Flight one winners were Tom two: Bill andLynn Reno; Flight three: Wayne Casura and Chris Erickson; Flight ins; Flight five: Jim Goldsmdh and Carol Barrett; Flight six: Jim and Pat Dubow; )LLEYBALL team members sold dilly bars as a fund-raising project at Sunday's TRAM Park in Ortonville. Left to right are Christina Shelstad, Brittney DeBoer, B Squad Betsy Meyer and Holly Ellingson. ribbons sold Premium auction were sold at Big Stone n held at the Big Stone partici- to John Y Extension in firms that Auction. and were auc- is a listing of Year's auction: Kellen), Farmers Agralite Big Stone Service, Clinton AI (Kent S tar, redit Services of Graceville, and West Con of Graceville; Farmers, Elevator of Nassau; Agassiz Mutual Insurance of Odessa; CenBank, Farmers, Coop Elevator, Minnwest Bank, Helgeson Ranch and Ferrier, Ortonville Independent, Klages Polled Herefords, and Thrivent (Virgil Gerber); all of Ortonville; and Ole' Mill Meats, Morgan Jones, S & N Livestock, Woody BayBridge, all of Milbank; Larson Implement of Wheaton; Wells Fargo Bank; and Woody Baybridge, both of Big Stone City S.D; Big Stone County ADA, and Big Stone County Farm Bureau (Paul Kellen). The Auction went very well with all exhibitors receiving the maximum allowable premium for their ribbons. Jim Farretl, Milbank, did an excellent job as auctioneer, according to John Cunningham, County Extension Director John says thank you to all business supporters, 4-Hers and par- ents for making the Premium Auction the success it was. Flight seven: Jim and Marjell Wendland; Flight eight: Paxton andAmy Wiffer; Flight nine: Barry and Georgia Wahlberg;. Winners are pictured by flight division, with championship winners at right. Not pictured, Barry and Georgia Wahlberg. Only the r., r/ Newspate_ r "[ i Think about itl Only newspapers have users who are literate, educated, make more money and have good jobs, the people retailers want to reach. Its where busi- nesses meet their customersl Your Newspaper: The Link to Your Communityl PRINTING s Our Business i THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT Letters to the editor To the Editor: The United States has great,. reserves of natural gas. How do you maximize profits on gas? Make demand exceed supply! The so-called "'environmental movement" was supported by Enron to increase demand, About 6 years ago, Congress refused to accept the "Greenhouse gas" treaty promoted by the Clinton Administration. That treaty would have greatly increased the price of gas by requiring power plants to switch to gas. Natural gas, including propane produces much less carbon di-oxide (greenhouse gas) than coal when burned. Eight years ago antimonopoly laws were ignored so many companies joined with their competitors. That has ?' continued. OPEC has taught us that all you have to do to increase profits is to reduce supply. Agree to turn down the valves at the gas well-heads and profits increase. @. ....  ..... WINNERS are pictured above. At the July xiliary to the VFW Post 3964,Travis Ninneman presented with scholarship checks by Auxiliary in center. Advantix Processing Same Day - Next Day - Same Price oo,, =999 ,=,.xp, (without panoramics) Second set s2" Photo Photo Processing Lab 307 Main St., Milbank 432-5222 from Pizza Ranch 25 LB. BEEF BUNDLE 20 LB. PORK BUNDLE S49.95 Sl0.00 OFF- Reg. $34.95 10 Reasons To Bring Film To D&L Photo Done In-Store ber on Back of Prints & Wallets I I What exists to limit drilling more gas wells'? Natural gas is normally three miles or more below earth surface at the "overthrust zone" east of the Rocky Mountains. Beside this, almost all potentially profitable land surface for wells is leased. You can't organize a wildcat company and drill gas wells. What to do'? One: Insist that courts enforce anti-monopoly laws first ignored by the previous administration. Two: Rewrite leasing laws so that a competitor can pipe natural gas to consumers. No lease should prohibit piping across the leased land. Three: End censorship! Let's have all the facts. Wesley Olson Box 142 Clinton MN 56225 In Store i True l',linnesota ! ph 320-325 5565 Some things are distinctly Minnesotan -- like Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, recognized for delivering quality health care plans for nearly 70 years. That why more Minnestans choose Blue Cross than any other plan. Call me for individual or group plans or plans that work with Medicare. '02 Dodge Grand Caravan ES ) Box B 2500 4x4 H. i Chevrolet Quad Cab Silverado FACTORY WARRANTY o,oOo 6.o v tiles Psitraetion QUALITY CLOCK REPAIR Antique * Mantle 400 Day Anniversa Striking Chiming CRAIG RANDLEMAN ORTONVILLE, M:N 320-839-2357 Minnesota Glockmaker- Watchmaker Call After 6 p.m. for Estimates i rThe Ortonuille TM Independent For all your printing neeos call 320-839-6163 fax 320-839-3761 email- mail@ ' ortonvilleindependent .com Check out our web site at www. ortonvilleindependent  .corn MINNFOTA Bluegrass & Old-Time se Festal August 7th, 8th, 9th & IOth, 2003 ~ El Rancho Manana, Richmond MN ~ (30 minules W 0 St. Cloud, Exit I-4 at Avon 1# 153), then c miles S 01 Ct Road 9) (800) 635-3037 ~ www.minnesotabluegrass.org i HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8AM-5:30PM; Sat. 8AM-5PM ORTONVILLE, MN PHONE (320) 839-2653 BUTCHERING DAYS Mon. & Wed. ;Y CALL DALE 605-938-4389 OR LEON (320) 325-5230 :t Quality & Colorl Per Lb. Locally Grown Beef - Per Lb SUMMER QUARTERS SAUSAGE ................ :Z.'/U OR SIDES ................ $1.49 Locally Grown - Per Lb,   e Locally Grown - Per Lb,  a' 'I HALF A HOG .................... i- DELl TURKEY .......... . All Natural, Hormone Free - Per Lb $1 65 Black Angus Beef Quarters or Sides ............................. l BUFFALO AVAILABLE - WE ACCEPT EBT CARDS ' 2003 __ :DEPENDENT __ __ Pa 9