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,=- Fair winners of 27 weekend r. and Mrs. Karels of St. Sunday, July Almira Kareis class reunion at evening, July Tappe of Alfred ge and at the 25. Larson class reunion School on 27 and 28, Saturday Day at the on Sunday of Brookings at the home of and Mrs. Kevin ky Schuelke reunion at on Saturday Schwarz and Were July 27 home of her Lawrence adermacher July Man fred of Mpls, and nal '.sts Were Mrs. Mr. and family from BRING ARE HAPPENING at the Ortonville Pool. Above, parent/baby classes are being and below, participants at preteen night, held Wednesdays from 7-10 p.m for for preteens includes pizza, games, prizes and music. Strandburg, SD. Stacie Paacheco and Jordan of Monticello spent Friday and Saturday, July 26 and 27 at the home of her mother Mrs. Julie Henrich. Mr. and IQlrs. Paul Volkenant spent July 27 weekend visiting with their daughter Kristi Lynn who attends Creighton University in Omaha, NE. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lofgrin in Omaha, NE. Enroute home on Sunday afternoon they saw damage to crops and buildings in the BroDkiags ands.web,tern Minnesota from wind and hail. Mrs. Joe De Raiser of Brainerd spent Friday, July 26 till Monday, July,, 29 at the home of her sister Mrs. Myra Schmieg and brought her sister. Mrs. (Adrian) Doris Valdes and daughter Marl and grandson of Mexico to spend a week at the home of Mrs. Myra Schmieg. Mrs. Myra Schmieg and sister Doris Valdes were Monday, July 29 afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Marlys Rademacher in Milbank and were supper and evening quests at the 'Tim Stengel home in rural Milbank. A Simon Rademacher family get- together was held at St. Joseph's School on Sunday, July 28, 2002 in honor of Mrs. Doris (Rademacher) Valdes and daughter and grandsons of Mexico. Monday, July 29 afternoon and overnite guests at the Warren Kirchberg home in honor of their daughter Nicole's 9th birthday were Olivia Karels, Bonnie Sue Stolpman, Vanessa Kirchberg, Sarah Anderson and RaeAnn Barthel. St. Joseph's Parish Festival and Bazaar will be held Aug. 25, 2002. Mrs. Joan Strei and Mrs. Adeline Rudnick attended the Pillatzki-Haibur wedding at St. Joseph's Church and reception and dance at Sioux Historic on Saturday, July 20, 2002. Joan Kareis and Christopher of an mmense problem in terms of human suffering The only disorder to cause more time loss from common cold. chiropractic care is both a safe and With back pain, neck pain, headaches, muscular and joint injuries, Our h examination, promote fast relief Proper care of an acute injury is the best advice to prevent it from becoming a chronic Ongoing disabling problem. 320-839-2323 Office Hours: M-W-F 8:30om - 5:(30Din; Tues.-Thurs. 8:30om - 12noon; Sat. by appt. Moorhead were July 20 weekend guests at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Karels. Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg visited Mrs. Cora Kirchberg a resident at the Madison Nursing home on Saturday, July 27, forenoon, Jim and Mike Millerbernd were Wednesday, July 24 supper and evening guests at the Lawrence Millerbernd home. (Coniinued from page 1) fair web-site www.bscfair.org and eter exhibits next year. This year's superintendents were Pearl Rebehn, Ruth Hoernemann, Dellas Magedanz, Elayne Fahlgren, Annella Schmidt, Idella Ross, Gall Johnson, and Lynette Wellendorf. We are in need of additional Open Class superintendents for next year. More information on the role of an Open Class superintendent may be found on the web-site www.bscfair.org. If you are interested, contact Lynette at 273-2200 or send an email to bscfair@hotmail.com.  The Fair Board is seeking additional members as well,.if you are interested in becoming more involved in the county fair, contact a fair board mem- ber or send an email to bscfair@hot- . mail.com. Open youth horse games show held The Open Youth Horse Games Show was held at the Big Stone County Fair on July 27th, 2002 at 7:30 pm. There was 27 youth who participated in the show. They were divided into four age categories. The senior division was made up of 9th to 12th graders. The junior division was 6th through 8th graders. The 3rd through 5th graders were in the beginners division and the walk-and- trott division was made up of kindergarten through 2nd graders. The senior division was made up of ten local 4-Hers. This included: Jessica Chase, Alexis Danielson, Sally Helgeson, Danielle Karsky, Kendra Koch, Kirstin Koch, Holly Krueger, Kristen Morrill, and Lindsey Thomson. Three 4-Hers were in the junior division, including: Melissa Chase, Adam Helgeson, and Nathan Karsky. The beginners division had i Free local TV listings on web Ortonville and Big Stone City residents may access free television listings for local cable programming by logging on to the Ortonville Independent website. To view television listings, log on to: www.ortonvilleindependent.com then click local links on the navigation bar on the left of the screen. Then click TV guide, enter your zip code. If the listings do not come up, you may have to click - start over. 7q Winning 00ombination/ *Free Portfolio Review *Mutual Funds *Certificates of Deposit *Savings Programs *Employee Group Benefit Plans *Retirement Planning Long Term Care *Life Insurance Call me today to schedule a complimentary portfolio review! Tax ,Accounting Individuals Businesses Governmental Entities ,Audits Bookkeeping ,Payroll Flex Plans Call (320) 839-3459 today to schedule an appointment! Phone 320-839-3877 or toll free 800-958-6716 curities affeced through Locust Street Securities, Inc. (LSSI) Member NASD, SIPC & MSRB - Member af lNG Advtsars Netmark. Mike Miller Financial and Blair }ohnsan Accounting are no affiliated companies of LSSI. Ptered Rrenentative six 4-Hers: Casey Arndt, Liberty Baybridge, Kaylee Helgeson, Mike Roe, and Paige Thomson. The walk- and-trott had only one local 4-Her and that was Kara Helgeson. Since this was an open horse show there was eight participates not from this area joining in the activities. These included: Alicia Kennedy, Mary Kennedy, Steven Kennedy, Stephanie Kennedy, Lindsey Duffield, Rachel Sperr, Ember Swenson, Cody Swenson, and Erin Haanen. It was an exciting show to see. TOUGHMAN TROPHY WINNER from this year's Milbank shoot was Jim Cloos, left, a member of the Minnkota Archers. He is shown with last year's winner Bob Zahnow. M ilbank Crazy Days Friday August 9th 9 a.m. Start GIVE AWAY 4 01' Mill Bucks Drawings Be in a participating business to win/ $250 11:00 Berens $250 11:00 Berens $250 4:00 Mall $250 4:00 Mall Register on Crazy Days at any participating business With a registration box: Alco Discount Store All Points Travel Al's Body Shop Artisans-N-Antiques Ash & Reedstrom Avon Berens Warehouse Groceries Bierschbach Dental Bill's Super Valu Boos, Grajczyk & Larson Law Casey's General Store Cenex C-Store Chiropractic in Motion Coester Law Community State Bank Community Thrift Store Conroy Eye Clinic Country Closet Consignment D&L Photo . Dakota Country Landscapes Dakota Granite Dan's Pharmacy Edward Jones Investments Fields Dental F&M Bank Food-N-Fuel Frame House Gallery Gesswein Motors Grant County Review Gruenwald Law Hanson-Torness Furniture Hardee's Hunt Chiropractic Jack's Body Shop Judy's Hallmark Kampen Photography KMSD-KDIO-Power 106 FM Lantern Inn Liebe Drug Linda's Fashions Miibank Mall Care Midland Publishing & Printing Co. Midtown Liquors Milbank Hardware Hank Milhank Lumber Mill Theatres Millstone Family Restaurant New Beginnings Bridal & Formal Wear O!' Mill Meats Otter Tail Power Co. Penny Pincher Pizza Ranch Pro Health and Wellness Quick Pro Lube Riddle's Jewelry Runnings Farm & Fleet Seehafer Ace Hardware Shape, Wrap -N-Roll Spa Jo's Total Image Salon Super 8 Motel The Flower Shoppe Trevett's Cafe Tyler Computer Service Unzen Motors Valley Liquor Valley Office Products Video Place Wells Fargo Bank Window World Zem's Appliance, TV, Audio Don't Miss The Milbank Volunteer Fire Department Burgers'n Brats, 5-7 pro, at the Fire Hall Benefit for James Hartman III ii i i ii INDEPENDENT Page 9 J