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Is coming up, and participants can win the golf cart pictured above. Pictutred above Steve Barr, Dr. Bob Ross, Marge Dragseth, Jan Schmidt, Greg Peterson and Joe Berning. chel and Coralee Sandberg. Tree Classic Silent Auction many great items featured Oak Tree Classic Sponsored by the Care Foundation 6 at raffle are part and are in of the Silent with corre- have been pro- be flaced at Wells waiting room Clinic. be displayed at exception is a Combo Is on display at Bids for in a bidding or by calling will also be community on the Silent set of Men's golf donated by Tom an Golf, a Art donated by 2enter, a 27" /D, a donated by Recreation Lakeshore RV :kage certifi- MarKet, ' Car Wash tokens donated by Crystal Clear Car Wash, Willow Blue Thermal Coffee Pot donated by JoLee's Jewlery, a men's golf package and women's golf package-both with shirt, glove, balls and tees, donated by the Ortonville Pro Shop, a $50 Gift Certificate donated by Liebe Drug/Variety Stores, a $50 Gift Certificate donated by Sonny's Color Printing, two half- hour Massage Certificates donated by Big Stone Therapies, a Curves two month membership donated by Curves for Women of Ortonville, an Econolodge gift certificate, a Coleman portable grill donated by Pepsi, a Micro-Cassette Recorder donated by Olympus America, Inc. A Satellite Radio donated by NXC Imaging, a Hermit Crab Set-up certifi- cate donated by Heywood's Tropical Fish & Heywood Roof Builders, four Kyle Sherod prints including "Winter's Call", "Portal Retreat", "Feeding Time" and "Large Mouth Bass" all donated by the artist, a $20 Bait Shop Certificate, a "Red Green" package donated by Pioneer Public TV, a $25 meat certificate donated by The Meat 'Center of Appleton, a Polish Golf Game donated by Marge Dragseth, four Twins autographed baseballs and two Larry D. Negaard prints of "Spring Boomer". Bids may be placed at the Silent Auction display in the banks and Outrea6h Center, at the Foundation office and at the tournament. You may raise your bid on the &splay/bid books repeatedly throughout the bid- ding process. Bidding will close at the end of the Oak Tree Classic tour- nament on Sunday, September 6. A designated representative may com- plete your bidding if you are not able to be at the tournament. Raffle tickets may also be pur- chased. These great items are fea- tured on the raffle. The top prize is the winner's Choice of a new cus- tomized Club Car golf car or $3,000 cash, second prize is a set of golf clubs, golf bag and covers donated by Dr. Robert Ross and third prize is a Gas Grill with tank donated by Clinton Ag Service and Big Stone Cooperative. Only 800 tickets will be sold at $10 each. Entry forms and Raffle tickets for the Oak Tree Classic Tournament are available the Big Stone Health Care Foundation Office (lower level of Northside Medical Center), the Golf Clubhouse and from committee mem- bers. Call Jan at 320-839-4135 for more information. Tournament committee members are Dr. Grog Peterson, Steve Barr, Joe Berning, Dr. Chris Conroy, Marge Dragseth, Keith Giese, Chet Messnier, Tony Rausch, Val Rausch, Dr. Robert Ross, Coralie Sandberg, Ranet Schmeichel and Jan Schmidt. Net proceeds of the 2003 Oak Tree Classic Tournament, Raffle and Silent Auction will benefit area health care projects. Support of the Tournament, raffle and silent auction will benefit the entire community. of Service ltkling Walls thought their near you. ofa t ONTiIOLLE D BASEMENT WALLS STRAIGHTENED i PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE i i ::STUDENTS00 i!ii GRADES 12th Annual TREE CLASSIC Ortonvi/le Clubhouse HEALTH CARE FOUNDATION TOURNAMENT Obituaries Carl Folkens Funeral services for Carl Folkens, 80, of Clinton, were  .... held Thursday, Aug 14th 2003, at the- United Methodist Church in Clinton. Officiating was Pastor Larry Kasten. Carl Gus Folkens was bo on Nov. 17, 1922 to ::* S/eft and Grace (Vogel) Folkens at Malta Township at Clinton. He attended the United Methodist Church in Clinton. Carl married Marlys Christians on January 25, 1945 at Clinton. Carl served in the U.S. Army from Feb. 17, 1945 to Aug. 6, 1946 serving in Okinawa and Korea. Carl returned home after the service where he began to farm. Carl drove school bus for the Clinton Public School system for many years. He served on the ASCS Board. He was a Commander and a 50-year plus member of the American Legion Post #258. He was also an active member of the United Methodist Church. Carl passed away Aug. 11, 2003 at the Ortonville Hospital with his wife and children at his side. Carl enjoyed going to his grandchildren's activities as well as playing cards, dancing, and visiting with family and his many friends. He enjoyed life very much. Carl was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Barney and Ray and one sister lone Swezey. He is survived by his wife Marlys; five children, Charles (Donna) Folkens of Big Lake, Linda (Richard) Ehrenberg of Carroll, Judy (Donald) Puffer of Southwick, MA, Douglas (Sharon) Folkens of Hector and Barbara (Jim) Hannes of Litchfield; 11 grandchildren; five great grandchildren; three brothers, Orland (Rita) Folkens of Ortonville, Harold Folkens of Clinton, Jay (Doris) of Clinton; two sisters, Dorothy (Don) Tesch of Beardsley, Leola Lovgren of Ortonville. The Moberg - Larson funeral home of Clinton were in charge of the arrangements. Chuck Brown Mass of Christian Burial for Chuck Brown will be said Tuesday morning, Aug. 19th, 2003, at St. John's Catholic Church in Appleton. Fr. Michael Doyle and Fr. Paul Hadusck will be con-celebrants of the Mass. Cody Banken and Adam Paulson will be servers. LuAnn Rheingans is the organist and Shirley Lowe and Pat Krebs are the Cantors. Sarah Runia and Justin Siegert, and Erin Tosel will sing special music. John Baker and Margaret St/rainier will give eulogies.- Readers will be Kathy Olson and Mike Bredeck. Pallbearers are John Baker, Roger Cooper, Joe Day, Bob Krogman, Bob Mocks, and Dru Tosel. Interment will be at the Appleton City Cemetery. Charles Peter Brown was born at Appleton on Apr. 3, 1951 to parents Clarence and Marion (Kluseth) Brown. Chuck graduated from Appleton High School. He then attended Brown Institute and Southwest State University, Marshall. Chuck worked much of his life as an auctioneer and cried his first auction when he was 16. At the age of 19, he then took the business over after his father's death. Chuck worked as an auctioneer for 30 years. ''Chuck also worked as a radio anouncer. On Aug. 3, 1979, he was married to Rebecca Ann Torgerson. Chuck served in the Minnesota House of Representatives for 12 years. After this, Chuck began his lobbying career in 1997 and was presently working as a corporation lobbyist. Chuck's antics and love of fun and stories made him a folk hero. In his 52 years he enjoyed each and every day. His warm hospitality a, nd caring nature made him a friend to all. Chuck applied his heart to everything he did; to his family, friends, work, and play. He lived with gusto. Chuck's wisdom lay in seeing every stranger he met as a friend, whether it be the CEO or the custodian. Chuck made each encounter memorable. On Thursday, Aug. 14, while celebrating the fun at the annual Swift County Fair, Chuck experienced a massive heart attack and died. He had reached the age of 52 years, four months, and 11 days. Chuck is survived by his wife, Rebecca, of Appleton; four daughters; Bridget of St. Paul, Kelsey of Willmar, and Megan and Katie of Appleton; his parents-in-law, Kermit and Ann Torgerson of appleton; his brother-in-law, Los (and Marcia) Torgerson, of Cold Spring; cousins, nieces, nephews, and other relatives. Chuck is lreceded in death by his parents, Clarence and'Marion BroWh Celda Lundin Zahrbock Funeral Home of Madison announces the passing of 66- year-old Mrs. Earl (Celda) Lundin of Revitlo, who passed away Friday, Aug. 15th at a Sioux Falls, SD hospital. Funeral services for Celda will be held at 11 a.m. this Wednesday, Aug. 20th, at Trinity Lutheran Church in before the services on Wednesday. There will be a prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday evening at the Funeral Home in Madison. Celda Lundin is survived by her husband Earl of Reviilo, two daughters: LaDonna and h6r husband David Walsh of Mesa, AZ; LaRonda and her husband Mark Denkler of Delray Beach, FL. She is also survived by two grandchildren. .Robert Deal Funeral services for Robert J. Deal were held Aug. 4 at the UniteckChurch of Christ in New Underwood, S.D. He was born July 9, 1928 in Malta Township, Minnesota and died July 30 at Rapid City, S.D. Internment was at the Black Hills National Cemetery in Sturgis, S.D. He is survived by four children, Steve of Wall, S.D., LeAnn Suhn of Highmore, S.D., Scott of Texas and Diane of North Carolina. Extension John Cunningham County Extension Educator 839-2518 or 1-800-279-2518 DATES TO REMEMBER: Aug. 20 - Big Stone County Extension Committee Annual Meeting at Lakeside Park (6:00 p.m.) Aug. 20 - State 4-H Consumer Decisions Judging Team Contest at State Fair. Aug. 20-24 - Traverse County Fair at Wheaton Aug. 20-Sept. 1- State Arts-In Event at the State Fair Aug. 20-Sept. 1 - Minnesota State Fair Aug. 21-24 - 4-H Livestock Encampment at State Fair Aug. 23 - 4-H Night with the Minnesota Lynx Aug. 24 Farm Family Recognition at State Fair Aug. 26 - 28 - 4-H Non-Livestock Encampment at State Fair Sept. 1 - County Offices closed in observance of Labor Day Sept. 6-7 - State Shooting Sports Event at Rochester Sept. 12-15 - State 4-H Horse Show at State Fairgrounds Sept. 20.21 - State 4-H Dog Show at State Fairgrounds Sept. 21 - 4-H at the Dome - Twins Game Winners named for fishing contest Two winners were named for the thirteenth week of the Ortonville Independent Fishing Contest. Albert Lotthammer of Ortonville won the walleye division of the con- test, weighing in a two pound, seven ounce walleye. Derek Gust of Ortonville won the perch category, weighing in a 13 ounce perch. No northerns or bull- heads were recorded for the week. Two winners were named for the week of August 87)5; which onclud, ed the feart eel ofhts Doug St/claw of Ortonviile weighed in an 11 ounce perch to win the cate- ' gory. Damien Pillatzki of Big Stone City, SD won two categories when he weighed in a one pound, 13 ounce walleye and a four ounce bullhead. No northerns were reported for the week. The final drawing includes $100 for walleye; $160 for perch, $160 for northern and $175 Revillo. Oficciating will be Rev. Keith Smith, with interment in Augusta Cemetery in Marrieta. Visitation will be this Tuesday afternoon and evening, Aug. 19th, at the Zahrbock Funeral Home in Madison. Visitation will continue Get Involved... PRAIRIE FIVE COMMUNITY ACTION COUNCIL, INC. PRAIRIE FIVE RIDES A volunteer opportunity to reach out to people in YROUr community...be a IDES Escort and/or Driver! Need assistance while using our transportation services? RIDESwill pro- vide a volunteer escort to help you. Call 1-877-757-4337 from 7am-6pm 00hank$ belaalf of tlae Stone ake 00rea 00l00amDer of Commerce and tide 65tin au! ornfest co-d/rectors, we tlak ou [or volunteering our time, energ i donations for lelFing to mke tills weekend event suc/  success. Witlout cjou avTd jour commuitc. spirit orfest would ot lappe. Orlou Mielstaedt, ig Stoe ake rea hamDer Director 9Our own team or fill-ins will be available. includes green fees and meal ticket ' - r- $35.00 non-member tax deductible)t k " ? . "I : FORMS AVAILABLE AT ,Foundation Office & Ortonville Golf Clubhouse  Cam celebrate our success w00th some of your own. t I Were celebrating our 1STanniversary. =i .......... j01.:N",,, [  ''g Weve been thrilled to hdp many women in our I Son to shoot a hole-m-one on /  community take control of eir lives and realize ! 660/oO1f"  enrich & Sons, Inc., Pizza Ranch of Ortonville L =_ ..... Shack of Ortonoille, Rausch Bros. Monument, Cart on #15 sponsored by NB Golf Cars. | ,t   Curves is a proven 30-minute workout and  320-839-7195 / ?1, , .. commonsense weight loss program, with the  l "l-- & support you need to do both. 5 oC;oRLLE,M-ALIIN ns - 18 Holes - Scramble Format for Ist, 2nd, 3rd Place Teams " Om'w,mvf7ndnttctn2cTmm )R MEN AND WOMEN  ,, , , ,,a . =,* 0,. drive -Longest putt Shortest drive i - --%,, 7,1,1 The power to amaze yourself. TM -o . s,,,, ,=,, ,,= t2 ,.. ,.,t ,,,,. 2003 INDEPENDENT Page 5 Is coming up, and participants can win the golf cart pictured above. Pictutred above Steve Barr, Dr. Bob Ross, Marge Dragseth, Jan Schmidt, Greg Peterson and Joe Berning. chel and Coralee Sandberg. Tree Classic Silent Auction many great items featured Oak Tree Classic Sponsored by the Care Foundation 6 at raffle are part and are in of the Silent with corre- have been pro- be flaced at Wells waiting room Clinic. be displayed at exception is a Combo Is on display at Bids for in a bidding or by calling will also be community on the Silent set of Men's golf donated by Tom an Golf, a Art donated by 2enter, a 27" /D, a donated by Recreation Lakeshore RV :kage certifi- MarKet, ' Car Wash tokens donated by Crystal Clear Car Wash, Willow Blue Thermal Coffee Pot donated by JoLee's Jewlery, a men's golf package and women's golf package-both with shirt, glove, balls and tees, donated by the Ortonville Pro Shop, a $50 Gift Certificate donated by Liebe Drug/Variety Stores, a $50 Gift Certificate donated by Sonny's Color Printing, two half- hour Massage Certificates donated by Big Stone Therapies, a Curves two month membership donated by Curves for Women of Ortonville, an Econolodge gift certificate, a Coleman portable grill donated by Pepsi, a Micro-Cassette Recorder donated by Olympus America, Inc. A Satellite Radio donated by NXC Imaging, a Hermit Crab Set-up certifi- cate donated by Heywood's Tropical Fish & Heywood Roof Builders, four Kyle Sherod prints including "Winter's Call", "Portal Retreat", "Feeding Time" and "Large Mouth Bass" all donated by the artist, a $20 Bait Shop Certificate, a "Red Green" package donated by Pioneer Public TV, a $25 meat certificate donated by The Meat 'Center of Appleton, a Polish Golf Game donated by Marge Dragseth, four Twins autographed baseballs and two Larry D. Negaard prints of "Spring Boomer". Bids may be placed at the Silent Auction display in the banks and Outrea6h Center, at the Foundation office and at the tournament. You may raise your bid on the &splay/bid books repeatedly throughout the bid- ding process. Bidding will close at the end of the Oak Tree Classic tour- nament on Sunday, September 6. A designated representative may com- plete your bidding if you are not able to be at the tournament. Raffle tickets may also be pur- chased. These great items are fea- tured on the raffle. The top prize is the winner's Choice of a new cus- tomized Club Car golf car or $3,000 cash, second prize is a set of golf clubs, golf bag and covers donated by Dr. Robert Ross and third prize is a Gas Grill with tank donated by Clinton Ag Service and Big Stone Cooperative. Only 800 tickets will be sold at $10 each. Entry forms and Raffle tickets for the Oak Tree Classic Tournament are available the Big Stone Health Care Foundation Office (lower level of Northside Medical Center), the Golf Clubhouse and from committee mem- bers. Call Jan at 320-839-4135 for more information. Tournament committee members are Dr. Grog Peterson, Steve Barr, Joe Berning, Dr. Chris Conroy, Marge Dragseth, Keith Giese, Chet Messnier, Tony Rausch, Val Rausch, Dr. Robert Ross, Coralie Sandberg, Ranet Schmeichel and Jan Schmidt. Net proceeds of the 2003 Oak Tree Classic Tournament, Raffle and Silent Auction will benefit area health care projects. Support of the Tournament, raffle and silent auction will benefit the entire community. of Service ltkling Walls thought their near you. ofa t ONTiIOLLE D BASEMENT WALLS STRAIGHTENED i PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE i i ::STUDENTS00 i!ii GRADES 12th Annual TREE CLASSIC Ortonvi/le Clubhouse HEALTH CARE FOUNDATION TOURNAMENT Obituaries Carl Folkens Funeral services for Carl Folkens, 80, of Clinton, were  .... held Thursday, Aug 14th 2003, at the- United Methodist Church in Clinton. Officiating was Pastor Larry Kasten. Carl Gus Folkens was bo on Nov. 17, 1922 to ::* S/eft and Grace (Vogel) Folkens at Malta Township at Clinton. He attended the United Methodist Church in Clinton. Carl married Marlys Christians on January 25, 1945 at Clinton. Carl served in the U.S. Army from Feb. 17, 1945 to Aug. 6, 1946 serving in Okinawa and Korea. Carl returned home after the service where he began to farm. Carl drove school bus for the Clinton Public School system for many years. He served on the ASCS Board. He was a Commander and a 50-year plus member of the American Legion Post #258. He was also an active member of the United Methodist Church. Carl passed away Aug. 11, 2003 at the Ortonville Hospital with his wife and children at his side. Carl enjoyed going to his grandchildren's activities as well as playing cards, dancing, and visiting with family and his many friends. He enjoyed life very much. Carl was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Barney and Ray and one sister lone Swezey. He is survived by his wife Marlys; five children, Charles (Donna) Folkens of Big Lake, Linda (Richard) Ehrenberg of Carroll, Judy (Donald) Puffer of Southwick, MA, Douglas (Sharon) Folkens of Hector and Barbara (Jim) Hannes of Litchfield; 11 grandchildren; five great grandchildren; three brothers, Orland (Rita) Folkens of Ortonville, Harold Folkens of Clinton, Jay (Doris) of Clinton; two sisters, Dorothy (Don) Tesch of Beardsley, Leola Lovgren of Ortonville. The Moberg - Larson funeral home of Clinton were in charge of the arrangements. Chuck Brown Mass of Christian Burial for Chuck Brown will be said Tuesday morning, Aug. 19th, 2003, at St. John's Catholic Church in Appleton. Fr. Michael Doyle and Fr. Paul Hadusck will be con-celebrants of the Mass. Cody Banken and Adam Paulson will be servers. LuAnn Rheingans is the organist and Shirley Lowe and Pat Krebs are the Cantors. Sarah Runia and Justin Siegert, and Erin Tosel will sing special music. John Baker and Margaret St/rainier will give eulogies.- Readers will be Kathy Olson and Mike Bredeck. Pallbearers are John Baker, Roger Cooper, Joe Day, Bob Krogman, Bob Mocks, and Dru Tosel. Interment will be at the Appleton City Cemetery. Charles Peter Brown was born at Appleton on Apr. 3, 1951 to parents Clarence and Marion (Kluseth) Brown. Chuck graduated from Appleton High School. He then attended Brown Institute and Southwest State University, Marshall. Chuck worked much of his life as an auctioneer and cried his first auction when he was 16. At the age of 19, he then took the business over after his father's death. Chuck worked as an auctioneer for 30 years. ''Chuck also worked as a radio anouncer. On Aug. 3, 1979, he was married to Rebecca Ann Torgerson. Chuck served in the Minnesota House of Representatives for 12 years. After this, Chuck began his lobbying career in 1997 and was presently working as a corporation lobbyist. Chuck's antics and love of fun and stories made him a folk hero. In his 52 years he enjoyed each and every day. His warm hospitality a, nd caring nature made him a friend to all. Chuck applied his heart to everything he did; to his family, friends, work, and play. He lived with gusto. Chuck's wisdom lay in seeing every stranger he met as a friend, whether it be the CEO or the custodian. Chuck made each encounter memorable. On Thursday, Aug. 14, while celebrating the fun at the annual Swift County Fair, Chuck experienced a massive heart attack and died. He had reached the age of 52 years, four months, and 11 days. Chuck is survived by his wife, Rebecca, of Appleton; four daughters; Bridget of St. Paul, Kelsey of Willmar, and Megan and Katie of Appleton; his parents-in-law, Kermit and Ann Torgerson of appleton; his brother-in-law, Los (and Marcia) Torgerson, of Cold Spring; cousins, nieces, nephews, and other relatives. Chuck is lreceded in death by his parents, Clarence and'Marion BroWh Celda Lundin Zahrbock Funeral Home of Madison announces the passing of 66- year-old Mrs. Earl (Celda) Lundin of Revitlo, who passed away Friday, Aug. 15th at a Sioux Falls, SD hospital. Funeral services for Celda will be held at 11 a.m. this Wednesday, Aug. 20th, at Trinity Lutheran Church in before the services on Wednesday. There will be a prayer service at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday evening at the Funeral Home in Madison. Celda Lundin is survived by her husband Earl of Reviilo, two daughters: LaDonna and h6r husband David Walsh of Mesa, AZ; LaRonda and her husband Mark Denkler of Delray Beach, FL. She is also survived by two grandchildren. .Robert Deal Funeral services for Robert J. Deal were held Aug. 4 at the UniteckChurch of Christ in New Underwood, S.D. He was born July 9, 1928 in Malta Township, Minnesota and died July 30 at Rapid City, S.D. Internment was at the Black Hills National Cemetery in Sturgis, S.D. He is survived by four children, Steve of Wall, S.D., LeAnn Suhn of Highmore, S.D., Scott of Texas and Diane of North Carolina. Extension John Cunningham County Extension Educator 839-2518 or 1-800-279-2518 DATES TO REMEMBER: Aug. 20 - Big Stone County Extension Committee Annual Meeting at Lakeside Park (6:00 p.m.) Aug. 20 - State 4-H Consumer Decisions Judging Team Contest at State Fair. Aug. 20-24 - Traverse County Fair at Wheaton Aug. 20-Sept. 1- State Arts-In Event at the State Fair Aug. 20-Sept. 1 - Minnesota State Fair Aug. 21-24 - 4-H Livestock Encampment at State Fair Aug. 23 - 4-H Night with the Minnesota Lynx Aug. 24 Farm Family Recognition at State Fair Aug. 26 - 28 - 4-H Non-Livestock Encampment at State Fair Sept. 1 - County Offices closed in observance of Labor Day Sept. 6-7 - State Shooting Sports Event at Rochester Sept. 12-15 - State 4-H Horse Show at State Fairgrounds Sept. 20.21 - State 4-H Dog Show at State Fairgrounds Sept. 21 - 4-H at the Dome - Twins Game Winners named for fishing contest Two winners were named for the thirteenth week of the Ortonville Independent Fishing Contest. Albert Lotthammer of Ortonville won the walleye division of the con- test, weighing in a two pound, seven ounce walleye. Derek Gust of Ortonville won the perch category, weighing in a 13 ounce perch. No northerns or bull- heads were recorded for the week. Two winners were named for the week of August 87)5; which onclud, ed the feart eel ofhts Doug St/claw of Ortonviile weighed in an 11 ounce perch to win the cate- ' gory. Damien Pillatzki of Big Stone City, SD won two categories when he weighed in a one pound, 13 ounce walleye and a four ounce bullhead. No northerns were reported for the week. The final drawing includes $100 for walleye; $160 for perch, $160 for northern and $175 Revillo. Oficciating will be Rev. Keith Smith, with interment in Augusta Cemetery in Marrieta. Visitation will be this Tuesday afternoon and evening, Aug. 19th, at the Zahrbock Funeral Home in Madison. Visitation will continue Get Involved... PRAIRIE FIVE COMMUNITY ACTION COUNCIL, INC. PRAIRIE FIVE RIDES A volunteer opportunity to reach out to people in YROUr community...be a IDES Escort and/or Driver! Need assistance while using our transportation services? RIDESwill pro- vide a volunteer escort to help you. Call 1-877-757-4337 from 7am-6pm 00hank$ belaalf of tlae Stone ake 00rea 00l00amDer of Commerce and tide 65tin au! ornfest co-d/rectors, we tlak ou [or volunteering our time, energ i donations for lelFing to mke tills weekend event suc/  success. Witlout cjou avTd jour commuitc. spirit orfest would ot lappe. Orlou Mielstaedt, ig Stoe ake rea hamDer Director 9Our own team or fill-ins will be available. includes green fees and meal ticket ' - r- $35.00 non-member tax deductible)t k " ? . "I : FORMS AVAILABLE AT ,Foundation Office & Ortonville Golf Clubhouse  Cam celebrate our success w00th some of your own. t I Were celebrating our 1STanniversary. =i .......... j01.:N",,, [  ''g Weve been thrilled to hdp many women in our I Son to shoot a hole-m-one on /  community take control of eir lives and realize ! 660/oO1f"  enrich & Sons, Inc., Pizza Ranch of Ortonville L =_ ..... Shack of Ortonoille, Rausch Bros. Monument, Cart on #15 sponsored by NB Golf Cars. | ,t   Curves is a proven 30-minute workout and  320-839-7195 / ?1, , .. commonsense weight loss program, with the  l "l-- & support you need to do both. 5 oC;oRLLE,M-ALIIN ns - 18 Holes - Scramble Format for Ist, 2nd, 3rd Place Teams " Om'w,mvf7ndnttctn2cTmm )R MEN AND WOMEN  ,, , , ,,a . =,* 0,. drive -Longest putt Shortest drive i - --%,, 7,1,1 The power to amaze yourself. TM -o . s,,,, ,=,, ,,= t2 ,.. ,.,t ,,,,. 2003 INDEPENDENT Page 5