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CHECKING OUT THE CARS, members of the public enjoyed the scene at Saturday's Big Stone Cruisers Cornfest Car Show. Despite 100 degree temperatures, many visitors were present at the show. Sodak duck, goose season South Dakota's 2003 waterfowl seasons have been finalized with most seasons opening Saturday Sept. 27. Additionally a few changes were made from last month's proposal to have the seasons comply with the fed- eral framework. "To conform South Dakota's waterfowl hunting seasons with the 2003 federal framework, changes from last month's proposal will include a canvasback season of 39 days with a daily bag limit of one can- vasback, beginning the first day of the regular season in each zone of the Low Plains and High Plains seasons," said state Waterfowl Biologist Spencer Vaa of Brookings. Another change from the proposal would change the pintail season to 39 days, beginning the first day of the Check out WWW. bigstonecruisers.com CAR SHOW WINNERS from the Big Stone Cruisers Cornfest Car Show are pictured above. Many entries were shown at the car show. Few Tickets Remain For Bank's Twins Trip Weekend burglary There are still five tickets remain- ing for the Minnesota Twins baseball trip Sunday, August 24, sponsored by the Clinton State Bank. There will be two buses traveling to the Metrodome for the game. The buses will depart from the Clinton State Bank parking lot at 8 a.m.; they will make one stop on the way home and are expected to be back in Clinton about 8:30 - 9 p.m. at The Columbian Ortonville Police Officers are investigating a burglary that occurred at The Columbian sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning. ..... According :.(rtoil. POlice. Chief Curt Hormann, an undisclosed amount of money was taken from the building during the burglary. Anyone with further information regardling the burglary is asked to contact the Ortonville Police Department. j00CORNFEST /:i00!iiiii00 1 BUTTON . . 00uuo Wtnntng Numbers $200 .................................... #1550 $100. ...... . ............................ #2308 $50 ........................................ #109 $50. ..................................... #1972 $50 ......................... ..... ...... ..#1220 Jennifer Hausauer of Ortonville. Paternal grandparents are Gene and Cheryl Hausauer of Apple Valley. Maternal grandparents are Tom and Paula Tobin of Ortonville. Paternal great grandparents are Jerry and Lillian David of Wyndmere, ND. Maternal great grandparents are Isabel Tobin and Darrell and Carol Brecke of Ortonville. Maternal great great grandmother is Irene Brecke of Spicer. TAKING A DIP on Sunday, swimmers and Lifeguards at the Ortonville Pool discovered a creative way to stay cool during the Cornfest Grand Parade. Boy bornto I .Saving .home Robert Hausauers oll Evan Jeffrey Hausauer was born July 22nd at 3:05 p.m. at the |lnc lS ' Ortonville Hospital. He ,weighed 7 |---- lbs, 14 1/2 oz., and was 21 long. | ['l'dt'ti -r 11 tl.ntg,l]h|,5 His parents are Robert and ,k%J A L%./L/II&L I I if Jason, Dillan,/orden and Dustin Roggenbuck  undreds of thousands of are saving famines money with Auto-Owners Insurance for their home and mobile home protection. Stop in and ask us about quaty protec- tion, with Q flexible payment plans and "No Problem" claim service. Life Home Car Business I Tom Kindt Agency 113 NW First Street • Ortonville, MN Located in the CenBank building Phone 320-839-6].45 4 I f50 ...................................... #2365 HOLE-IN-ONE CONTEST WINNERS (sponsored by Greg Peterson of Peterson Chiropractic) SET OF IRONS - Carl Ware PUTTER - Mike Waite, Jr. DRIVER - Jesse Roscoe GOLF BAG - Tom Roscoe ALL WINNERS CAN PICK UP PRIZES AT C & C. Playing with the idea where to take your vehicle for a new windshield? regular season in each zone of the Low Plains and High Plains seasons. Other changes for the state's duck seasons from last year include: • Change the starting date for the Low Plains north zone from the third Saturday in Sept. to the fourth Saturday in September. • Change the starting date for the Low Plains middle zone from the Saturday closest to Oct. 1 to the fourth Saturday in September. • Change the starting date for the High Plains season from the Saturday closest to Oct. 1 to the fourth Saturday in September. • Though proposed at two daily, the daily bag limit for scaup will remain at 3 "Essentially, most duck seasons are going to open on Saturday, Sept. 27 this year and Dec. 9," Vaa include the Low which will open through Dec. 23 duck season that 27-Dec 9, close then open Vaa said he ex hunting season tat conditions in fall flights for most There were no state's 2003 year. "Goose through South rienced good produc so hunters Canada geese, swans,"Vaa said BRING IT TO PROGRESSIVE! Specializing in Windshield Repair and Replacement 100% CUSTOMER SATISFACTION PROGRESSIVE COLLISION & GLASS CENTER, INC. Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 109 SE 2nd St." Ortonville, MN 56278 0 320-839-55 • Toll Free 888-819-2255 n i i i 5-1 OK Men and 10K - Men and women's 2nd Jo 15-19 year otds 40-49 year olds 1st place Joe Badalucco * 1st place 2nd Ryan Haugaard Roggenbuck 3rd Adam Badalucco 2nd Ginger 20-29 year olds 50-Over 1st place Tiffany Finke 1st place 2nd Nicole Stock 5K - Mens 30-39 year olds 14-Under I st place Male Von-McCrea 1 st place • 1 st place female Tammi 2nd Eric Jacobson 3rd Andrew 2nd Lois Hartman 4th Drew 40-49 year olds 15-19 year olds 1st place Ron Athey 1st place 2nd John Schmidt 2nd Kirby 3rd Bob Badalucco 3rd Andy 4th Richard Wiese 4th Patrick Men's 50-Over 30-39 year olds • 1st place Connie Newman 1st place 2nd Gordon Macintosh 2nd 5K - Women 3rd 14 under 40-49 year olds 1 st place Molly Rausch * 1st 2nd Hannah Treinen 2nd Val 3rd Brenna Rausch 50-Over 15-19 year olds 1st place 1st place Lydia Schmidt 2rid 2nd Megan Croatt 3rd Jim 3rd Becky Hartman 4th Robert 20-29 year olds 5th 1st place Kelsie Schultz Wa, 2nd Bridget Vanderwal Dean 3rd Jenny Croatt Gordon i 30-39 year olds * Overall WinnerS 1st place Donna Raihle BIG STONE COUNTY PHEASANTS Youth Trap S at Lovgren's Pit Rifle Range Limited to first 25 with firearms safety permit. Must be accompanied by parent or guardian. Bring your own firearm. Ammo will be provided. CAN SIGN UP AT FARMERS CO-OP 320-839-2861 WITH JR. LOVGREN, ) Page 8 INDEPENDENT CHECKING OUT THE CARS, members of the public enjoyed the scene at Saturday's Big Stone Cruisers Cornfest Car Show. Despite 100 degree temperatures, many visitors were present at the show. Sodak duck, goose season South Dakota's 2003 waterfowl seasons have been finalized with most seasons opening Saturday Sept. 27. Additionally a few changes were made from last month's proposal to have the seasons comply with the fed- eral framework. "To conform South Dakota's waterfowl hunting seasons with the 2003 federal framework, changes from last month's proposal will include a canvasback season of 39 days with a daily bag limit of one can- vasback, beginning the first day of the regular season in each zone of the Low Plains and High Plains seasons," said state Waterfowl Biologist Spencer Vaa of Brookings. Another change from the proposal would change the pintail season to 39 days, beginning the first day of the Check out WWW. bigstonecruisers.com CAR SHOW WINNERS from the Big Stone Cruisers Cornfest Car Show are pictured above. Many entries were shown at the car show. Few Tickets Remain For Bank's Twins Trip Weekend burglary There are still five tickets remain- ing for the Minnesota Twins baseball trip Sunday, August 24, sponsored by the Clinton State Bank. There will be two buses traveling to the Metrodome for the game. The buses will depart from the Clinton State Bank parking lot at 8 a.m.; they will make one stop on the way home and are expected to be back in Clinton about 8:30 - 9 p.m. at The Columbian Ortonville Police Officers are investigating a burglary that occurred at The Columbian sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning. ..... According :.(rtoil. POlice. Chief Curt Hormann, an undisclosed amount of money was taken from the building during the burglary. Anyone with further information regardling the burglary is asked to contact the Ortonville Police Department. j00CORNFEST /:i00!iiiii00 1 BUTTON . . 00uuo Wtnntng Numbers $200 .................................... #1550 $100. ...... . ............................ #2308 $50 ........................................ #109 $50. ..................................... #1972 $50 ......................... ..... ...... ..#1220 Jennifer Hausauer of Ortonville. Paternal grandparents are Gene and Cheryl Hausauer of Apple Valley. Maternal grandparents are Tom and Paula Tobin of Ortonville. Paternal great grandparents are Jerry and Lillian David of Wyndmere, ND. Maternal great grandparents are Isabel Tobin and Darrell and Carol Brecke of Ortonville. Maternal great great grandmother is Irene Brecke of Spicer. TAKING A DIP on Sunday, swimmers and Lifeguards at the Ortonville Pool discovered a creative way to stay cool during the Cornfest Grand Parade. Boy bornto I .Saving .home Robert Hausauers oll Evan Jeffrey Hausauer was born July 22nd at 3:05 p.m. at the |lnc lS ' Ortonville Hospital. He ,weighed 7 |---- lbs, 14 1/2 oz., and was 21 long. | ['l'dt'ti -r 11 tl.ntg,l]h|,5 His parents are Robert and ,k%J A L%./L/II&L I I if Jason, Dillan,/orden and Dustin Roggenbuck  undreds of thousands of are saving famines money with Auto-Owners Insurance for their home and mobile home protection. Stop in and ask us about quaty protec- tion, with Q flexible payment plans and "No Problem" claim service. Life Home Car Business I Tom Kindt Agency 113 NW First Street • Ortonville, MN Located in the CenBank building Phone 320-839-6].45 4 I f50 ...................................... #2365 HOLE-IN-ONE CONTEST WINNERS (sponsored by Greg Peterson of Peterson Chiropractic) SET OF IRONS - Carl Ware PUTTER - Mike Waite, Jr. DRIVER - Jesse Roscoe GOLF BAG - Tom Roscoe ALL WINNERS CAN PICK UP PRIZES AT C & C. Playing with the idea where to take your vehicle for a new windshield? regular season in each zone of the Low Plains and High Plains seasons. Other changes for the state's duck seasons from last year include: • Change the starting date for the Low Plains north zone from the third Saturday in Sept. to the fourth Saturday in September. • Change the starting date for the Low Plains middle zone from the Saturday closest to Oct. 1 to the fourth Saturday in September. • Change the starting date for the High Plains season from the Saturday closest to Oct. 1 to the fourth Saturday in September. • Though proposed at two daily, the daily bag limit for scaup will remain at 3 "Essentially, most duck seasons are going to open on Saturday, Sept. 27 this year and Dec. 9," Vaa include the Low which will open through Dec. 23 duck season that 27-Dec 9, close then open Vaa said he ex hunting season tat conditions in fall flights for most There were no state's 2003 year. "Goose through South rienced good produc so hunters Canada geese, swans,"Vaa said BRING IT TO PROGRESSIVE! Specializing in Windshield Repair and Replacement 100% CUSTOMER SATISFACTION PROGRESSIVE COLLISION & GLASS CENTER, INC. Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 109 SE 2nd St." Ortonville, MN 56278 0 320-839-55 • Toll Free 888-819-2255 n i i i 5-1 OK Men and 10K - Men and women's 2nd Jo 15-19 year otds 40-49 year olds 1st place Joe Badalucco * 1st place 2nd Ryan Haugaard Roggenbuck 3rd Adam Badalucco 2nd Ginger 20-29 year olds 50-Over 1st place Tiffany Finke 1st place 2nd Nicole Stock 5K - Mens 30-39 year olds 14-Under I st place Male Von-McCrea 1 st place • 1 st place female Tammi 2nd Eric Jacobson 3rd Andrew 2nd Lois Hartman 4th Drew 40-49 year olds 15-19 year olds 1st place Ron Athey 1st place 2nd John Schmidt 2nd Kirby 3rd Bob Badalucco 3rd Andy 4th Richard Wiese 4th Patrick Men's 50-Over 30-39 year olds • 1st place Connie Newman 1st place 2nd Gordon Macintosh 2nd 5K - Women 3rd 14 under 40-49 year olds 1 st place Molly Rausch * 1st 2nd Hannah Treinen 2nd Val 3rd Brenna Rausch 50-Over 15-19 year olds 1st place 1st place Lydia Schmidt 2rid 2nd Megan Croatt 3rd Jim 3rd Becky Hartman 4th Robert 20-29 year olds 5th 1st place Kelsie Schultz Wa, 2nd Bridget Vanderwal Dean 3rd Jenny Croatt Gordon i 30-39 year olds * Overall WinnerS 1st place Donna Raihle BIG STONE COUNTY PHEASANTS Youth Trap S at Lovgren's Pit Rifle Range Limited to first 25 with firearms safety permit. Must be accompanied by parent or guardian. Bring your own firearm. Ammo will be provided. CAN SIGN UP AT FARMERS CO-OP 320-839-2861 WITH JR. LOVGREN, ) Page 8 INDEPENDENT