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16th Annual Twin Brooks.Thresh|nq Show Saturday & Sunday, August 17-18 Threshing Fur Trade Encampment Photos Stenciling Blacksmith Quilting Wool Spinning Sewing & Sewing Machine Display Face PainUng & Many More AcUviUos From Twin Broo - One Mile East, 1/2 Mile South From Milbank - Five Miles West, 1 1/2 Miles South From Watertown - North on 1-29 to Exit 193, 15 Miles East, North Seven Miles on Grant Co. 19 (472nd Ave) 90 YEARS YOUNG. Harry Pederson celebrated his 90th birthday July 27 at the Bellingham City Hall. He is shown above with daulter Marlys Kunde. Marlys  family was also in attendance, including Rda and Ken Karels and family of Milbank, SD, Mark and Nancy Kunde and sons of Louisburg, Curt and Julie Kunde and sons of Milbank, Roberta and Lance Bjerkeset and sons of Clarkfield, Stacey and Trever Schiele and family of Clearwater, and a host of other family and friends. The grandchildren gave a short program followed by lunch. THE CI.ASSIHED"J Children requested to bring laughter back to the Snickerglee Kingdom An ancient Kingdom has forgotten how to laugh and needs help remem- bering some good jokes. Calling all children who love to laugh, tell jokes and draw silly pictures! A kingdom far, far away needs your help! Long Ago, an evil troll cast a spell on the Snickerglee Kingdom and made them forget how to laugh! Sounds pretty sad, huh? On August 10, you will be able to help the sad people in this kingdom remember how to giggle, guffaw and chuckle! Theatre Limina, a company locat- ed in Minneapolis with ties to Madison, will be performing an inter- active, improvisational production for children ages 4 -10. Look for a giant pod on the lawn of the Prairie Arts Center and get ready for fun and excitement! What is a pod, you say? Imagine yourself in a giant bubble and you'll start to get a good idea. Constructed from simple materials (garden plastic and duct tape) and kept inflated with a fan, Pods are enchanted environments where stories come alive and children discover the magic of theatre. Children meet kings and queens who have forgotten how to laugh, poets who have forgotten how to rhyme or a whole assortment of color- ful characters. Often, the children are asked directly by these characters to teach them new things or to remember what they have forgotten. Children learn important lessons while having fun and being creative. In addition to the pod perfor- mances, children are welcome to stay after the performances to meet the actors, try on costumes and learn more about theatre. Theatre Limina will be setting up stations in the Prairie Arts Center that focus on vari- ous aspects of theatre, such as cos- tuming, make-up and set design. Parents and children of all ages are welcome to attend. Performances are Scheduled for 10:00 AM, 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM. Children and parents meet on the lawn of the Prairie Arts Center. Admission is free. For more information contact Dick Hauck of the Lac qui Parle Players at 598-3405 For more Limina contact Constan4 atrelimina.org. Mobile Aug 5-! Minehan, Norb and Barb Aug 12- Mikkelson, Roman Looking for LightciAngrFast NATE'S N rice@hospice Ortonville/Graceville Satellite Office FOR INFORMATION CALL 320-839-2502 ext. 124 WIRELESS INTERNET... where your uploads are as fast as downloadS" NO PHONE LINES TO SLOW YOU You can be on line all the time and never get bumped off! No need for that second phone line for the Internet because it's wireless! Computer Sales & Service * Mrireless Intemet ate's Net Your Internet Provider - email: lori@nate'snet.com 325 S. Main Milbank, SD 605-432-1222 FEATURING NEW Bi(; STONE LAKE AREA RESIDENT Jamie and Orlou Mittelstaedt Although they're Green Bay Packer fans, new area residents Jamie and Orlou Mittelstaedt have still received a warm wel- come at their new home in Ortonville. The Mittelstaedts purchased the former Dr. Ronn McDaniel home on Ortonville's peninsu- la in August of last year, and besides vacation- ing here previously, both have local ties. Jamie's father James grew up in Milbank, SD, and Jamie's mother is Viva Lambert of Ortonville. Also, Mittelstaedt's grandparents Frank and Marguerite Mittelstaedt were both dentists in Milbank for many years. Related to the Otreys, Orlou's father is a descendant of William Otrey, for whom the lake and township are named. Mittelstaedt lived in Dallas, TX while Jamie worked for Braniff Airlines, before moving back to Minnetonka in the 1960s where they owned and operated their own travel agency. The cou- ple lived in Santa Barbara, CA in the mid-80s, but returned to Minnesota once again to be near their parents in the Twin Cities. Orlou and Jamie have five children and 14 1/2 grandchildren. Their Mittelstaedt of Long Lake has Bucky, Krystal and twins next; he and wife Nancy live MN. Heidi Langley and Eden Prairie have four children Tucker and Tatum. Bill and his live in Watertown, MN and have Billy, Cody, Kyle and Kayla. and his wife Kris of WatertoWn' children- Tanner and Carter, this month. Jamie and Orlou enjoy Big Stone Lake, wildlife, and sentative for Big Stone County Minnesota Tourism AssociatiOn" rently the BSLA Chamber Director, where she states she of the community and being able find services and sites here. "It's just so beautiful here, "We really like that this area compared to the cities. AT THEIR HOME on Ortonville's peninsula are the Mittelstaedt family. Left to right are daughter-in- law Nancy, son Jay, Orlou and Jamie. 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