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MINNESOTA TWINS held a successful baseball training clinic at the Ortonville baseball field. Twins clinician Ken Mauer gave five-year-old Dylan Pillatzki some batting tips here. Other clinicians from the Twins camp who came to Ortonville include Steve Hucke and Dick Mingo. • Things are buzzin' in the Knip00n, to coml:00te in WANTADS World Horseshoe Tourney A! Knippen and Don Tiegs will be traveling to Eau Claire, WI August 4- 16 to compete in the World Horseshoe Tournament. Eau Claire is this year's host for the World Tournament, and 1,324 horseshoe throwers will be competing for the title of World Champion. Ringer percentages run from 2.16 percent for the Junior Boys and Girls category, to 84.84 percent for the Championship Men. Knipped, of Big Stone City, SD, pitches on August ,*-6, beginning at 11:00 a.m. Knippen will be entering a ringer percentage of 24.19 percent. Tiegs of Ortonville, will be pitch- ing on August 7-9 beginning at 5:00 p.m. Tiegs will participate in the elderly division at a ringer percentage of 36.81 percent. All pitchers entered in the champi- onship contest will compete against 15 other pitchers. Each will play five games per day. Both Knippen and Tiegs are entered into a class that will pay out to the top seven places. The top prize award will be $300. In the Championship Men catego- ry, the top prize pays out $4,000. Neither Tiegs or Knippen are entered into this category. Extension report I I I ...... BRETT OELKE just under 100 bushels per acre. It is Rtellsion Educator  not oftert is not. likely this year, Ag Business Management and Marketing Grant County Elbow Lake 218/685-4820 CROPS IN MOST OF MINNESOTA APPEAR TO BE ON TRACK The grain and oilseed crops in most of Minnesota appear to be on track for another very good production year. However, like most years, there are areas that have suffered production problems associated with the weather. While we don't have wide spread drought to contend with this season, there have been pockets of hail, wind damage and excessive rainfall that has resulted in reduced yield potential for many producers. In most cases the damage is not severe enough to generate a claim on crop insurance, particularly the more traditional multi- peril policies. The use of revenue protection policies instead of yield policies may improve the chances of producers receiving indemnity payment on their crop insurance policies with even reasonably minor reductions in yield as a result of the localized weather challenges in some regions of the state. We will use corn as an example to illustrate how this may work. On many farms, several years of good corn crops has resulted in actual production history (APH) of 150 bushels of corn per acre for crop insurance purposes. If a producer chooses a standard multi-peril crop insurance (MPCI) policy at a 65% level, the result is a yield guarantee of that we will see corn yields reduced by over 50 bushel per acre in most cases so with the MPCI policy no claims will be generated. If that same producer chooses revenue guarantee policy such as Crop Revenue Coverage (CRC) or Revenue Assurance with the Harvest Price option (RA/HP) then the 150 bushel APH along with the February average price of the December corn futures contract at the Chicago Board of Trade of $2.42 per bushel, results in a revenue guarantee at a 65% coverage level of $235.95 per acre. With CRC or RA with the harvest price option, if December corn futures increase in value from the February average daily close to the October average daily close, then the coverage level per acre increases. Given the futures price movement the past several weeks, it is not likely that the October average will be higher than the February average. From a payment or indemnity standpoint, the lower the October average of the December contract is the more likely it is that producers will qualify for the revenue guarantee. An example would be if the October average price for Chicago corn is $1.95 then based on the coverage of $235.95 shown above, and then a yield of 121 bushels per acre of lower would result in an indemnity payment in contrast to the 97.5 bushels per acre needed under the traditional yield based policies. This means that producers that carry revenue policies may collect some insurance payments this year as a result of moderate yield reductions and substantial commodity price reductions. Bret Oelke is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in Business Management and Marketing serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone County. FINANCIAL Bombers end season Satu in shut out defeat by Du The Ortonville-Valley Bombers ended their season last Saturday against Dumont, in the third game of the first round of playoffs. Dumont defeated the Bombers 2-0, after having split the first two games of the series. Aaron Johnson started on the mound for Dumont, and gave up just eight hits, walked one, and struck out 13 Bombers batters. Bomber pitcher Curt Schake start- ed on the mound for the Bombers, giving up seven hits, walking two and giving up two runs. Dumont scored in the first inning on a leadoff walk and a sacrifice bunt by Aaron Johnson and a two out dou- ble by Mitch Frische. Schmidt's Landing Walleye League The game was scoreless for six innings. The Bombers threatened to score in the top of the seventh, when Schake singled, Gene Appel singled and Jon Thomas lined out to left field with two outs. "The outfielder was in the right place at the right time. We would have loved to see that ball drop," said Bombers Coach Todd Johnson• The Bombers threatened to score again in the ninth inning, with two Bombers getting hits. The team was unable to get a big hit to drive in runs. "We played a great game. We pushed the division champions to a third game in the series," said Coach Johnson. "We have a great young team, and the Bombers." Gene Appel offense, going Bombers won four games. "The players ing the season," of our guys baseball next for next will have an for a long time." Players and Bombers thank all to support them season. RESULTS FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 2003 IITH OF 13 WEEKS Points Earned 1 st Danny Grant/Craig Welberg 8.5# + .3 (release bonus) = 8.8# 10 2nd Jack's Body Shop 3.4# + .2 (release bonus) = 3.6# 9 3rd Steve Cramer/Larry Cramer 2.8# + .2 (release bonus) = 3.0# 8 4th Ryan Dexter/Steven Krakow 2.7# + .2 (release bonus) = 2.9# 7 5th Derrick Nicholson/Brad Howell 2.5# + .2 (release bonus) = 2.7# 6 (A total of 15 fish were caught & released by 18 teams!) Big Fish this week was Grant/Welberg's 24" 4.8# walleye BRIGHT PINK FLAMINGOS adorned the front yard of Ortonville's Rich and Tam| Lundberg. The flamingos "flew" to the Lundberg's yard as part of a fund raiser by the Ortonvmlle Ambulance Squad. there will be more flingo flockso ...... Pink flamingos are land in Ortonville resident s yards and making their rounds businesses. The "Flamingo Fund Raiser" is GRANITE VALLEY Hc Week 11 - July 22, 2003 NAME & SPONSOR W/L Don Tiegs / Self 17/5 27.6 Roman Karels 14/5 22.0 Bud Paulson / Self 7/3 33.4 A1 Knippen / Hedge & Herberg . 16/9 20.4 Alex Johnron / Pepsi 5/4 23.6 Elroy Adermann 7/8 11.2 Dean Amdt / Sonny's Printing 7/10 19.0 Travis Ninneman 6/19 20.1 Bob Gottsleben / Sdf 6/20 4.1 Two person teams for Participants in the Friday Golf Mixer this Friday, August 1 will play the front nine at the Ortonville Golf Course. Two-person teams will be the for- mat of the mixer• Ladies must partner with ladies, and men must partner with men. If there is an odd number of play- ers, you may draw for your other part- ner. Prizes will be given for both men and women low net two person team scores. Prizes will also be given for closest to pin on Hole Hole 9. Re events is $2 per for nine hole or $5 per couple. Everyone ms Clubhouse for fun ing play. Call 3877 The pink flamingos are making their way around the city of Ortonville, and setting up camp in many resident's yards. There are currently two flocks of flamingos invading the area, and word on the street is relatives of the flamin- gos will be flying into town soon, and Lloyd, Agnes Grabow to celebrate 50th Lloyd and Agnes Grabow will be honored on their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house on Sunday, Aug. 3 from 2 to 4 p.m, at Central United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. All friends and relatives are invited. No local invitations are being sent. The couple request no gifts, please. Lloyd and Agnes (Paine) were married July 29, 1953 at Twin Brooks, SD. The event is hosted by their five children. being held by the Ortonville Ambulance Squad. Dozens of pink flamingos are being placed in the yards of Ortonville and Big t Stone City, SD residents• You may purchase "Flamingo Insurance" to ensure that the pink pests will not land in your yard. The fee for this insurance is $10. If you have not purchased insur- ance and a flock of flamingos land in your yard, the only way to remove them is to contact Angle Kriesel at 839-3102 or Tom Scoblic at 1-800- 961-0615, and they will remove the flamingos for a fee of $20. It is rec- ommended you call to have the flamingos removed within two or three days of them landing on your property. You may pay the removal fee or .order flamingo insurance by contact- ing Angle Kriesel or Tom Scoblic, or by dropping off your payment at the Ortonville Ambulance Garage office door. 0 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab 4x4 "4 Full 2e,000 mile= Diamond '00 GMC limmy StY 4x4 '00 Jimmy SLT • maroon 15k '99 SLT. md • 34k Girl born July 16th to Bruce Wellendorfs Bruce and Lynette Wellendorf are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Melissa Nicole Wellendorf. ,,,, Melissa was born July 16, 2003 at 9:17 a.m. at the Ortonville Hospital. She weighed 7 lbs, 9 oz and was 20 1/2 inches long. Proud grandparents are DonMd and Audrey Wellendorf of Ortonville .... and Lloyd and Anne Schmidt of .... Appleton. "- : i RED HAT LADLES were present at the TRAM kick-off event held at Lakeside Park in Ortonville on Sunday. Pictured above, Red Hatters Lorraine Karn and Ellis Rademacher greet tram riders as they arrive at one o the shuttle buses. Find a honey of a deal in the l!.Atmlr00 BE FINANCIALLY INDEPENDENT Minnesota Company Needs Honest, Dependable Person in this area- Restock Retail/Commercial Accounts with Name Brand SnecJDrink Products. 4-6 Hours/Week. Earn $50,000 (potential). $8,900 Investment. Won't interfere with present employment. Good Credit-Financing available. 800/463-6678 CASH Immediate Cash for structured ttlemants, anrmilies, real estate, notes, private mortgage notes, accident cases, insurance payouts. 800/794-7310 SAWMILL $3895, NEW SUPER LUMBERMATE 2000• Larger capacities, options. ATV accessories, edgers sk3d. ders. www.norwoodindustries.com Norwood Industries, 252 Sonwil Orwe. Buffalo, NY 14225. 800/578-1363, Free information Ext 300-N. POLE BARN 30X50X10' Summer Special Only $4,595 through 7/31/03 or while supplies last. Includes palntad metal, slider, plans, how to build book, free delivery. 937/718-1471 BANKRUPTCY FROM $499 Wayne G. Nelson, Attorney Visit Us On The Web http:llwww.debtbusterhelp.com Or Call Toll Free 8001490=4142 GET PAIDTO BE A MYSTERY SHOPPERI (Pay NO Fees). As an Indlnd,l Contreotor evaluate Customer Service at restaurants, gas stations, etc. h ftp://www.becomeashopper.com IDEAL GIFTS BY FRIENDLY has openings for party plan advisors. Call about our New Manager Program. Decor, Gifts, Toys, Cash, Trips. Recognition. 800/488-4875 www.friendfyhon.com LIVE-IN AIDE for female quadriplegic. Room, board, wages Flexible hours. No expederce necessmy--Nll| train. Fatuity home St. Paul. Teaching opportunity, if interested. Jean 651/690-0645 WANTED OWNER OPERATORS Over4hRod Hopp company hiring Owns/Operators 1o bull our hoppers. Home often. Good miles. Year round work. Call 701/282-0476. of Colorado's best FKI. Rec. area. Yr financing. Call Toll Free rate of 6.95% for Purchase) JIM 6O-80% off Retail[ Best I Catalogl 800/704.0307. www.holidaygroup.com DRIVERS WANTED OTR Hopper company now hiring Drivers to pull our hoppers. Installation Home often. Good miles. Year round work, Limited Area. Call 701/282-0476 DRIVER-TRANSPORT AMERICA You can't afford to waste another minute. Call Nowll Verify your pay with Sure Pay[ Unique benefits/programs. Finishing, Affordable lease options. Claes.A CDL required. Call us aorias todayl 800/447-1211 www.transportamerica.com EOE Form & Supply [ EXPLORE Minnesota for travel info: W'nero do you find 3.5 million acres d autumn9 Right hera in the spectacular Chippewa National Forest. Minnesota's finest resorts and finest fall fishing, too. Minnesota Northwoods Tourism Bureau 877/955-2755 www. rain nasa| anor thwoods.com/deals Page 10 i 00INDEPENDENT MINNESOTA TWINS held a successful baseball training clinic at the Ortonville baseball field. Twins clinician Ken Mauer gave five-year-old Dylan Pillatzki some batting tips here. Other clinicians from the Twins camp who came to Ortonville include Steve Hucke and Dick Mingo. • Things are buzzin' in the Knip00n, to coml:00te in WANTADS World Horseshoe Tourney A! Knippen and Don Tiegs will be traveling to Eau Claire, WI August 4- 16 to compete in the World Horseshoe Tournament. Eau Claire is this year's host for the World Tournament, and 1,324 horseshoe throwers will be competing for the title of World Champion. Ringer percentages run from 2.16 percent for the Junior Boys and Girls category, to 84.84 percent for the Championship Men. Knipped, of Big Stone City, SD, pitches on August ,*-6, beginning at 11:00 a.m. Knippen will be entering a ringer percentage of 24.19 percent. Tiegs of Ortonville, will be pitch- ing on August 7-9 beginning at 5:00 p.m. Tiegs will participate in the elderly division at a ringer percentage of 36.81 percent. All pitchers entered in the champi- onship contest will compete against 15 other pitchers. Each will play five games per day. Both Knippen and Tiegs are entered into a class that will pay out to the top seven places. The top prize award will be $300. In the Championship Men catego- ry, the top prize pays out $4,000. Neither Tiegs or Knippen are entered into this category. Extension report I I I ...... BRETT OELKE just under 100 bushels per acre. It is Rtellsion Educator  not oftert is not. likely this year, Ag Business Management and Marketing Grant County Elbow Lake 218/685-4820 CROPS IN MOST OF MINNESOTA APPEAR TO BE ON TRACK The grain and oilseed crops in most of Minnesota appear to be on track for another very good production year. However, like most years, there are areas that have suffered production problems associated with the weather. While we don't have wide spread drought to contend with this season, there have been pockets of hail, wind damage and excessive rainfall that has resulted in reduced yield potential for many producers. In most cases the damage is not severe enough to generate a claim on crop insurance, particularly the more traditional multi- peril policies. The use of revenue protection policies instead of yield policies may improve the chances of producers receiving indemnity payment on their crop insurance policies with even reasonably minor reductions in yield as a result of the localized weather challenges in some regions of the state. We will use corn as an example to illustrate how this may work. On many farms, several years of good corn crops has resulted in actual production history (APH) of 150 bushels of corn per acre for crop insurance purposes. If a producer chooses a standard multi-peril crop insurance (MPCI) policy at a 65% level, the result is a yield guarantee of that we will see corn yields reduced by over 50 bushel per acre in most cases so with the MPCI policy no claims will be generated. If that same producer chooses revenue guarantee policy such as Crop Revenue Coverage (CRC) or Revenue Assurance with the Harvest Price option (RA/HP) then the 150 bushel APH along with the February average price of the December corn futures contract at the Chicago Board of Trade of $2.42 per bushel, results in a revenue guarantee at a 65% coverage level of $235.95 per acre. With CRC or RA with the harvest price option, if December corn futures increase in value from the February average daily close to the October average daily close, then the coverage level per acre increases. Given the futures price movement the past several weeks, it is not likely that the October average will be higher than the February average. From a payment or indemnity standpoint, the lower the October average of the December contract is the more likely it is that producers will qualify for the revenue guarantee. An example would be if the October average price for Chicago corn is $1.95 then based on the coverage of $235.95 shown above, and then a yield of 121 bushels per acre of lower would result in an indemnity payment in contrast to the 97.5 bushels per acre needed under the traditional yield based policies. This means that producers that carry revenue policies may collect some insurance payments this year as a result of moderate yield reductions and substantial commodity price reductions. Bret Oelke is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in Business Management and Marketing serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone County. FINANCIAL Bombers end season Satu in shut out defeat by Du The Ortonville-Valley Bombers ended their season last Saturday against Dumont, in the third game of the first round of playoffs. Dumont defeated the Bombers 2-0, after having split the first two games of the series. Aaron Johnson started on the mound for Dumont, and gave up just eight hits, walked one, and struck out 13 Bombers batters. Bomber pitcher Curt Schake start- ed on the mound for the Bombers, giving up seven hits, walking two and giving up two runs. Dumont scored in the first inning on a leadoff walk and a sacrifice bunt by Aaron Johnson and a two out dou- ble by Mitch Frische. Schmidt's Landing Walleye League The game was scoreless for six innings. The Bombers threatened to score in the top of the seventh, when Schake singled, Gene Appel singled and Jon Thomas lined out to left field with two outs. "The outfielder was in the right place at the right time. We would have loved to see that ball drop," said Bombers Coach Todd Johnson• The Bombers threatened to score again in the ninth inning, with two Bombers getting hits. The team was unable to get a big hit to drive in runs. "We played a great game. We pushed the division champions to a third game in the series," said Coach Johnson. "We have a great young team, and the Bombers." Gene Appel offense, going Bombers won four games. "The players ing the season," of our guys baseball next for next will have an for a long time." Players and Bombers thank all to support them season. RESULTS FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 2003 IITH OF 13 WEEKS Points Earned 1 st Danny Grant/Craig Welberg 8.5# + .3 (release bonus) = 8.8# 10 2nd Jack's Body Shop 3.4# + .2 (release bonus) = 3.6# 9 3rd Steve Cramer/Larry Cramer 2.8# + .2 (release bonus) = 3.0# 8 4th Ryan Dexter/Steven Krakow 2.7# + .2 (release bonus) = 2.9# 7 5th Derrick Nicholson/Brad Howell 2.5# + .2 (release bonus) = 2.7# 6 (A total of 15 fish were caught & released by 18 teams!) Big Fish this week was Grant/Welberg's 24" 4.8# walleye BRIGHT PINK FLAMINGOS adorned the front yard of Ortonville's Rich and Tam| Lundberg. The flamingos "flew" to the Lundberg's yard as part of a fund raiser by the Ortonvmlle Ambulance Squad. there will be more flingo flockso ...... Pink flamingos are land in Ortonville resident s yards and making their rounds businesses. The "Flamingo Fund Raiser" is GRANITE VALLEY Hc Week 11 - July 22, 2003 NAME & SPONSOR W/L Don Tiegs / Self 17/5 27.6 Roman Karels 14/5 22.0 Bud Paulson / Self 7/3 33.4 A1 Knippen / Hedge & Herberg . 16/9 20.4 Alex Johnron / Pepsi 5/4 23.6 Elroy Adermann 7/8 11.2 Dean Amdt / Sonny's Printing 7/10 19.0 Travis Ninneman 6/19 20.1 Bob Gottsleben / Sdf 6/20 4.1 Two person teams for Participants in the Friday Golf Mixer this Friday, August 1 will play the front nine at the Ortonville Golf Course. Two-person teams will be the for- mat of the mixer• Ladies must partner with ladies, and men must partner with men. If there is an odd number of play- ers, you may draw for your other part- ner. Prizes will be given for both men and women low net two person team scores. Prizes will also be given for closest to pin on Hole Hole 9. Re events is $2 per for nine hole or $5 per couple. Everyone ms Clubhouse for fun ing play. Call 3877 The pink flamingos are making their way around the city of Ortonville, and setting up camp in many resident's yards. There are currently two flocks of flamingos invading the area, and word on the street is relatives of the flamin- gos will be flying into town soon, and Lloyd, Agnes Grabow to celebrate 50th Lloyd and Agnes Grabow will be honored on their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house on Sunday, Aug. 3 from 2 to 4 p.m, at Central United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. All friends and relatives are invited. No local invitations are being sent. The couple request no gifts, please. Lloyd and Agnes (Paine) were married July 29, 1953 at Twin Brooks, SD. The event is hosted by their five children. being held by the Ortonville Ambulance Squad. Dozens of pink flamingos are being placed in the yards of Ortonville and Big t Stone City, SD residents• You may purchase "Flamingo Insurance" to ensure that the pink pests will not land in your yard. The fee for this insurance is $10. If you have not purchased insur- ance and a flock of flamingos land in your yard, the only way to remove them is to contact Angle Kriesel at 839-3102 or Tom Scoblic at 1-800- 961-0615, and they will remove the flamingos for a fee of $20. It is rec- ommended you call to have the flamingos removed within two or three days of them landing on your property. You may pay the removal fee or .order flamingo insurance by contact- ing Angle Kriesel or Tom Scoblic, or by dropping off your payment at the Ortonville Ambulance Garage office door. 0 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab 4x4 "4 Full 2e,000 mile= Diamond '00 GMC limmy StY 4x4 '00 Jimmy SLT • maroon 15k '99 SLT. md • 34k Girl born July 16th to Bruce Wellendorfs Bruce and Lynette Wellendorf are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Melissa Nicole Wellendorf. ,,,, Melissa was born July 16, 2003 at 9:17 a.m. at the Ortonville Hospital. She weighed 7 lbs, 9 oz and was 20 1/2 inches long. Proud grandparents are DonMd and Audrey Wellendorf of Ortonville .... and Lloyd and Anne Schmidt of .... Appleton. "- : i RED HAT LADLES were present at the TRAM kick-off event held at Lakeside Park in Ortonville on Sunday. Pictured above, Red Hatters Lorraine Karn and Ellis Rademacher greet tram riders as they arrive at one o the shuttle buses. Find a honey of a deal in the l!.Atmlr00 BE FINANCIALLY INDEPENDENT Minnesota Company Needs Honest, Dependable Person in this area- Restock Retail/Commercial Accounts with Name Brand SnecJDrink Products. 4-6 Hours/Week. Earn $50,000 (potential). $8,900 Investment. Won't interfere with present employment. Good Credit-Financing available. 800/463-6678 CASH Immediate Cash for structured ttlemants, anrmilies, real estate, notes, private mortgage notes, accident cases, insurance payouts. 800/794-7310 SAWMILL $3895, NEW SUPER LUMBERMATE 2000• Larger capacities, options. ATV accessories, edgers sk3d. ders. www.norwoodindustries.com Norwood Industries, 252 Sonwil Orwe. Buffalo, NY 14225. 800/578-1363, Free information Ext 300-N. POLE BARN 30X50X10' Summer Special Only $4,595 through 7/31/03 or while supplies last. Includes palntad metal, slider, plans, how to build book, free delivery. 937/718-1471 BANKRUPTCY FROM $499 Wayne G. Nelson, Attorney Visit Us On The Web http:llwww.debtbusterhelp.com Or Call Toll Free 8001490=4142 GET PAIDTO BE A MYSTERY SHOPPERI (Pay NO Fees). As an Indlnd,l Contreotor evaluate Customer Service at restaurants, gas stations, etc. h ftp://www.becomeashopper.com IDEAL GIFTS BY FRIENDLY has openings for party plan advisors. Call about our New Manager Program. Decor, Gifts, Toys, Cash, Trips. Recognition. 800/488-4875 www.friendfyhon.com LIVE-IN AIDE for female quadriplegic. Room, board, wages Flexible hours. No expederce necessmy--Nll| train. Fatuity home St. Paul. Teaching opportunity, if interested. Jean 651/690-0645 WANTED OWNER OPERATORS Over4hRod Hopp company hiring Owns/Operators 1o bull our hoppers. Home often. Good miles. Year round work. Call 701/282-0476. of Colorado's best FKI. Rec. area. Yr financing. Call Toll Free rate of 6.95% for Purchase) JIM 6O-80% off Retail[ Best I Catalogl 800/704.0307. www.holidaygroup.com DRIVERS WANTED OTR Hopper company now hiring Drivers to pull our hoppers. Installation Home often. Good miles. Year round work, Limited Area. Call 701/282-0476 DRIVER-TRANSPORT AMERICA You can't afford to waste another minute. Call Nowll Verify your pay with Sure Pay[ Unique benefits/programs. Finishing, Affordable lease options. Claes.A CDL required. Call us aorias todayl 800/447-1211 www.transportamerica.com EOE Form & Supply [ EXPLORE Minnesota for travel info: W'nero do you find 3.5 million acres d autumn9 Right hera in the spectacular Chippewa National Forest. Minnesota's finest resorts and finest fall fishing, too. Minnesota Northwoods Tourism Bureau 877/955-2755 www. rain nasa| anor thwoods.com/deals Page 10 i 00INDEPENDENT