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.... FLE PRIZE fOR THE OAK TREE CLASSIC :FLE is the winner's choice of a new Club Car In cash. Elegant gold detailing has been added to ressive Collision and Glass Center. Rausch Oak Tree design. Other raffle prizes include a and covers donated by Dr. Robert Ross and a donated by Big Stone Cooperative Oil Service. Only 800 tickets will be sold at Raffle tickets may be purchased from Committee members, Big Stone Health Care Members, at the Golf Club House and at the in the lower level of Northside Medical Tips for stress management Submitted by B.S. County Local Advisory Council on Children's and Adult Mental Health. This article is paraphrased from the pamphlet Stress Management- Tips for Daily Living published by Channing L, Bete Co. Stress can come from your job, personal life, or environment. Some signs of stress are headaches, nervousness, biting nails, cold feet and hands, tension in muscles, and no energy. Some further signs of stress are feeling depressed, change in habits of sleeping and eating, mood changes, increase use of alcohol, and confusion. Over a long time stress can produce allergies, high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke. Some researchers think the common cold and cancer come from stress. There are alot of ways to reduce stress. One way is to exercise. Choose an exercise that appeals to you like walking, tennis, bicycling etc. and do it for 30 minutes every day. Consult with your doctor before you begin and don't over do it. Another stress reducer is deep breathing while forgetting all stress. A third stress releaser is a hobby. Try to do it for at least 30 minutes every day. This could includes volunteer work and community education classes. Other stress reducers are meditation, hypnosis, and visualization by fmagining your self in any place you wish for 10 minutes. Lastly other stress reducers are to eat right, take a break, get enough sleep, manage your time wisely, talk out worries and instead of anger get involved in a useful physical activity. of Laura her family house party noon to 5 Fargo, are invited. Lundborg, Stone City, 113C, Fargo, 1) in our display [ be guarded to is safe. We to come to col- who and in the sea wars for a future publication. The airshow committee, and veter- ans tribute organizers would like to thank those who have responded so far, and are working hard to try to include as many veterans as we can. If you served in the air in some capacity, or know of someone who did; please send information and pic- tures to Bryan S. Delage MD Northside Medical Center, 435 Eastvold Ave., Ortonville, MN 56278. We would also encourage everyone to come out and enjoy this years air- show, the biggest airshow here ever. There will be a nominal fee for entrance, kids 15 and under free, and the fee waved for all those who come for the pancake breakfast. New grandchild for Bill Voeltzs' Larry and Dawn Morton of Eden Prairie are proud to announce the birth of a daughter Whitney Connie. She was born July 19th, 2002, weighed six pounds, eight ounces and 20 1/4 inches long. She is joined at home with six year old sister Sydney Lorraine. Grandparents are Bill and Connie Voeltz of Big Stone City, SD, and Burton and Mary Morton of Labolt, SD and the late Lorraine Morton. Great grandparents are Grace (Voeltz) Van Hout of Big Stone City, SD and Eldora Nelson of Milbank, SD. Immunization Dybvig graduates clinics for Aug. Calvary Baptist Countryside Public Health Service ............... : holdiBg iunition$1inics at the of " "  " '  " / rmowmg tms nno pmces tor me onte ano t..arol u(owg I onth0ffAugtrra .... Cambridge, // Children under age 4 who live in graduated on Swift, Yellow Medicine, and June 9, 2002, from Calvary Baptist Academy in Cambridge. While in high school she has enjoyed basketball, music, and art. For the past three years she has placed in the top six in several art categories at International Student Conventions. In May she was captain of her school's PACE (Knowledge) Bowl team which placed first out of 56 teams at the ISC. Marit plans to attend Pillsbury Baptist Bible College in Owatonna, majoring in Bible and Secondary Education with an emphasis in English, Math, and/or Music. Marit is the granddaughter of Bob and Marilyn Dybvig of Ortonville. Chippewa counties and are eligible for the Lead Project may also have their lead test done at these immunization clinics. MADISON 422 5th Ave. Aug. 14, 3 to 5 p.m. ORTONVILLE 47 NW 2nd St Aug. 5, 3 to 5 p.m. Please bring the child's most recent immunization record. A parent or guardian must sign consent forms for children under age 18. There is a $14.00 fee per child per visit for immunizations. If you are on Medical Assistance, G.A.M.C., or MinnesotaCare, please bring your current card to the clinic. Most major health plans cover the immunization costs. Immunization services given at the public clinic are not a substitute for a child's usual well-child visit with his/her physician. Please call in advance to make arrangements for Varicella (chicken pox) vaccine OR to schedule an Sturdevant Auto Parts is now an authorized Auto Parts Dealer the same staff and great service as always. for our upcoming Grand Opening! Auto Parts SE 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-6133 Mon.-Fri. 7:30am-5:30pm, Sat. 8am-4pm SENDING ONE TOWARD THE FENCES is Bill Voecks, a member of the Big Stone Legion Polecats team, during a game last week. The team heads to regionals Friday in Wilmot, beginning at 2 p.m. appointment for other than clinic times. Children who are eligible to participate in the Lead Project can have their blood lead level tested at no charge at these immunization clinic sites and they will receive a free t-shirt. This project is funded by Minnesota Department of Health, U- Care, and Countryside Public Health. For more information on the Lead Project, contact your local Countryside Public Health office. Okeson accepted to Ridgewater College Wanda Okeson of Ortonville has been accepted into the Computer Aided Drafting and Design program at Ridgewater College, Hutchinson Campus, for the 2002-03 school year. While attending the college, Wanda will be a member of an active student body and will have an opportunity for professional growth in her chosen field. Wanda is a 2000 graduate of Ortonville High School and the daughter of Lance and Emilee Okeson of Ortonville. Markets No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.64 Soybeans ............................ 5.10 Corn ................................... 2.07 July 30, 2001 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.04 Soybeans ........................... 4.69 Corn ................................... 1.67 Week 10 fishing contest results The Ortonville Independent's fish- ing contest just completed week 10, with just one fish weighed in. Bud's Bait in Ortonville was home to the 14 ounce perch, which was weighed in by Derek Guse of Ortonville last Tuesday. Final scrip money jackpots are now $130 for walleye, $145 bullhead, $175 northerns, and perch is now $145. ' Kevin's Body Shop You'll get the best vehicle alignment! .-.rl]k New 4-WMh::/lnAl2gnment We'll handle all your insurance work for you t. Kevin's is the area's most well equipped body shop with two frame machinesl Towing with wrecker and roll back Major collision repair .Frame and suspension work Windshield repair and replacement LOCK YOUR KEYS IN YOUR CAR? WE'LL GET THEM OUT! 320-839-3066 (shop) ............. 605-676-2457 (home) KEVIN RAAF N. Minnesota St. Ortonville, MN 56278 25th year in business at same location t. 00iNDEPENDENT .. Page 3