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:tor Pedal Pull Winners ORF TRUCKING ONCE AGAIN SPONSORED the Pull for kids at the Big Stone County Fair on El;is operated by the Bruce Quackenbush family of youngsters participated, and each participant I. The winner in each age group received a small e second and third places received ribbons. The 4- e pictured above: right to left, First, Cody tor Kellen and third, Charlie Pullis. R OLD WINNERS - right to left, First - Collin Kellen, and third, Cormic] Combellick; below, SIX-YEAR '" right to left: Derrick Pillatzki, first; second, Keane d, Luke Welsh. IR OLD WINNERS - Right to left, first, Andrew - Tyler Mack, and third, Luke Brehmer; below, right to left: first, Dylan Koch; second - Trenton Rimer Combellick. HOT summER DI[FILS!!! Shop inside our cool, comfortable displag area. =eher pick tuesday AUg. 6, will be the ts and Children voucher pick-up date for August in Ortorville, and will be held at the Countryside Community Room from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. NINE-YEAR OLD WINNERS - right to left, First - Damian Pillatski, second - Justin Seifert, and third - Terrence Mack. TEN-YEAR OLD WINNERS - right to left, First - Ashley Koch, second - Colter Combellick; and third, Dustin Koch. Sixty-two ribbons sold at 4-H premium auction Sixty-two ribbons were sold at the Thirty-third Annual Big Stone County 4-H Premium Auction held Saturday, July 27th, at the Big Stone County Fair. Forty-four livestock exhibitors participated in the sale, according to John Cunningham, Extension Educator. They received $2,801.00 in premium from 30 business firms that supported the Premium Auction. Thirty-seven Champion and Reserve Champion ribbons were auc- tioned. The following is a listing of the supporters of this year's auction: Shible Mutal Insurance, Appleton; Beardsley Farmers Elevator, Diekmann Farms, Krueger Seeds all of Beardsley; Agralite Cooperative of Benson; Big Stone Coop, Clinton Ag Service, Clinton Farmers Elevator, Clinton State Bank, Clinton State Agency, Clinton Crop Protection, Big Stone AI, The Northern Star, all of Clinton; Johnson Sheep, of Correll: Farm Credit Services of Graceville, West Con of Graceville, all of Graceville; Agassiz Mutual Insurance of Odessa; Cen Bank, Farmers' Coop Elevator, Minnwest Bank, Ortonville Independent, Hill Auto, Klages Polled Herefords, and Moen's Mowing & Spraying, AAL (Virgil Gerber) all of Ortonville; and Ole' Mill Meats, Adam (% Jim Farrell), both of Milbank; Big Stone County ADA, and Big Stone County Farm Bureau. The Auction went very well with all exhibitors receiving the maximum allowable premium for their ribbons. Jim Farrell, Milbank, did an excellent job as auctioneer, according to John Cunningham, Extension Educator. John says thank you to all business supporters, 4-Hers and parents for making the Premium Auction the suc- cess it was. in e 22 B St-County Fair. We thank t+peopfe w/o were called upon to work the bingo stand and themany ELEVEN-YEAR OLD WINNERS . right to left, First - Scott Athey, second - Natasha Adkins and th]t ;I, Seth Maas. Bruce Quackenbush, who owns and operates the Tractor Pull, is also pictured. Area students named to NSU dean's list Northern State University in Aberdeen, SD. has released the President's Academic Achievement List which recognizes outstanding performance for the 2002 spring semester. Named to the 3.5 to 3.99 grade list from this area are Cory Wellnitz of Big Stone City, and Eric Longhenry of Ortonville. Named to the 4.0 grad list from this area are Sarah Gengler of Big Stone City, and Melissa Wiese of Correll. 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