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"A ConstructNe r in A LNe Commury" Open House set ,:::, for Maas golden t FIRE DEPARTMENT hosted the Cornfest waterfights, which were held on Saturday evening. Open house for the 50th wedding Ortonville's team is competing in their first waterfight of the day. From left to right, Travis Anniversary of Carl and Arlene Maas Kory Bakeberg andRyan Hegge in back. will be held Saturday, Aug. 23rd, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Odessa. No gifts, please. '   Save this 60t Aug. 24tll FISHING FOR CASH, Ethan Trebi' donned his fishin' hat and a pole, paperf0r and hoped for the best on Saturday, as he participated in "Fish for Cash" at the Ortonville Independent. recycling Aug. 24th, ick and Were married in passed since that has happened to our world, our lives as well. Cy Witnessed many no small way have World a better place friendship their moved from start a new KDIO Radio. as radio sta- things together by of the radio St. John's and the community, and knew the Call new Extension AnswerLine with household questions Questions about how to freeze fresh corn, or how to get stains out of a new pair of slacks? Call AnswerLine, a new service of the University of Minnesota Extension Service. The toll-free number is (800) 854- 1678, and it's answered between 9 a.m. and noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. AnswerLine household experts take questions about how to safely cook, can and freeze foods; cleaning stains and mildew from homes and clothes; and on other household issues. AnswerLine provides research- based answers through the U of M Extension Service and Iowa State University Extension. There's also support from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the state of Minnesota, county governments and grants. In Minnesota, AnswerLine joins McCormicks. In 1956, when they moved to Ortonville, Cy and Hilda had two children, Sharon and Mike. In 1957 Pat came along, and in 1966, Mary was born. Since that time, Cy and Hilda have been blessed with seven grandchil- dren and two great-grandchildren. Today, Sharon resides in Casper, WY, and has a daughter Cori. Mike and his wife Barb reside in Jamestown, ND, and have two mar- ried children, MicheUe and Jim. (Pat and his wife Debbie reside in Redmond, WA and have four children, Kelly, Casey, Michael, and Katie. Mary resides in Minneapolis. On Sunday, Aug. 24th, Cy and Hilda will spend the day with their children and celebrate 60-years together. Their wishes are to thank their many friends for their friendship over the years, their prayers and good wishes. CBSL to hold meeting Citizens for Big Stone Lake will meet Tuesday, Aug. 19, at First English Lutheran Church, Ortonville. Business will include: *Annual financial Report. *Picnic Report *Discussion of Feedlot Ordinance Public Hearing *Big Stone Lake Restoration update and *Election of Officers President Wil Hansen urges the attendance of all members. hunting station applications for Lac qui Parle hunt through a drawing held on the morn- ing of the hunt. Reservation holders may be accompanied by one or two guests. All hunters using hunting stations in the Lac qui Parle controlled hunt zone who are 18 years of age or older will be charged a $3 fee on the day of their hunt to partially cover controlled hunt expenses. The reservation sys- tem will be in effect for the entire goose season. For more information, call the Lac qui Parle headquarters at (320) 734- 4451. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS to reserve a date the controlled qui Parle Wildlife are reminded to postmarked and Sept. I7. arked prior to rejected. The of Natural applica- first served season dates at Saturday, Oct. Nov. 19. The length. a standard 3 l/2inch by 5 1/2 inch postcard bearing the applicant's full name and address, and listing first, second and third choices of hunting dates. Only one postcard per hunter may be submitted. Those submitting more than one application will have all of their appli- cations rejected. Applications should be sent to: Controlled Hunt, Lac qui Parle Wildlife Management Area, 14047 20th ST NW, Watson, MN 56295. Successful applicants will receive reservations by mail designating the date of their hunt. Only successful applicants will be noticed. Goose hunting stations will be assigned able, Well Built, e Buildings, Delivered to You TA STORAGE BUILDINGS Street Milbank, SD 57252 (5.8 miles South of Milbank, Hwy 15) Sat. 00.Ot. Call 605-432-6889 two other Extension information ser- vices. INFO-U offers tips about food safety and nutrition; housing and clothing; parenting and money man- agement; and gardening, pests, wildlife and water quality. Call (800) 525-8636, or (612) 624-2200 in the Twin Cities metro area. "Many mes- sages are also in Hmong, Somali and Spanish," says Debby Newman, INFO-U coordinator. And for a $5 fee, Yard and Garden staff on the University's St. Paul cam- pus answer calls between 9 a.m. to noon, Monday through Friday. However, volunteer Master Gardeners will return calls on gardening, land- scaping, plant diseases and insects free of charge. The Yard and Garden Line number is (612) 624-4771. You can also find these services at www.extension.umn.edu. \\; Member FDIC SUMMER CLEARANCE 75% SUMMER CLOTHING[ ?!:i LOTS OF CLOTHES FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL! * FURNITURE FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS * ANDERSON & GINGISS TUXEDO RENTALS Etc. Consignment Shop Rita Buck, Owner/Operator Hours: Mon.-Sat., 10-5 135 NW 2nd St.* Ortonvflle, MN 56278 IZ]IW] 320-839-3677 -,-,,o- Accepted 3x5 Safety O00posit Box 1/Z off a y00ar r00ntal with a nRw qualified checldng account. "Because we care/" CenBank 113 NW 1st Street * Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-6123 * 1-800-335-8920 Fax 320-839-6127 24-hour banking 1-877-569-2265 * www.cenbank.corn "A ConstructNe r in A LNe Commury" Open House set ,:::, for Maas golden t FIRE DEPARTMENT hosted the Cornfest waterfights, which were held on Saturday evening. Open house for the 50th wedding Ortonville's team is competing in their first waterfight of the day. From left to right, Travis Anniversary of Carl and Arlene Maas Kory Bakeberg andRyan Hegge in back. will be held Saturday, Aug. 23rd, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Odessa. No gifts, please. '   Save this 60t Aug. 24tll FISHING FOR CASH, Ethan Trebi' donned his fishin' hat and a pole, paperf0r and hoped for the best on Saturday, as he participated in "Fish for Cash" at the Ortonville Independent. recycling Aug. 24th, ick and Were married in passed since that has happened to our world, our lives as well. Cy Witnessed many no small way have World a better place friendship their moved from start a new KDIO Radio. as radio sta- things together by of the radio St. John's and the community, and knew the Call new Extension AnswerLine with household questions Questions about how to freeze fresh corn, or how to get stains out of a new pair of slacks? Call AnswerLine, a new service of the University of Minnesota Extension Service. The toll-free number is (800) 854- 1678, and it's answered between 9 a.m. and noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. AnswerLine household experts take questions about how to safely cook, can and freeze foods; cleaning stains and mildew from homes and clothes; and on other household issues. AnswerLine provides research- based answers through the U of M Extension Service and Iowa State University Extension. There's also support from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the state of Minnesota, county governments and grants. In Minnesota, AnswerLine joins McCormicks. In 1956, when they moved to Ortonville, Cy and Hilda had two children, Sharon and Mike. In 1957 Pat came along, and in 1966, Mary was born. Since that time, Cy and Hilda have been blessed with seven grandchil- dren and two great-grandchildren. Today, Sharon resides in Casper, WY, and has a daughter Cori. Mike and his wife Barb reside in Jamestown, ND, and have two mar- ried children, MicheUe and Jim. (Pat and his wife Debbie reside in Redmond, WA and have four children, Kelly, Casey, Michael, and Katie. Mary resides in Minneapolis. On Sunday, Aug. 24th, Cy and Hilda will spend the day with their children and celebrate 60-years together. Their wishes are to thank their many friends for their friendship over the years, their prayers and good wishes. CBSL to hold meeting Citizens for Big Stone Lake will meet Tuesday, Aug. 19, at First English Lutheran Church, Ortonville. Business will include: *Annual financial Report. *Picnic Report *Discussion of Feedlot Ordinance Public Hearing *Big Stone Lake Restoration update and *Election of Officers President Wil Hansen urges the attendance of all members. hunting station applications for Lac qui Parle hunt through a drawing held on the morn- ing of the hunt. Reservation holders may be accompanied by one or two guests. All hunters using hunting stations in the Lac qui Parle controlled hunt zone who are 18 years of age or older will be charged a $3 fee on the day of their hunt to partially cover controlled hunt expenses. The reservation sys- tem will be in effect for the entire goose season. For more information, call the Lac qui Parle headquarters at (320) 734- 4451. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS to reserve a date the controlled qui Parle Wildlife are reminded to postmarked and Sept. I7. arked prior to rejected. The of Natural applica- first served season dates at Saturday, Oct. Nov. 19. The length. a standard 3 l/2inch by 5 1/2 inch postcard bearing the applicant's full name and address, and listing first, second and third choices of hunting dates. Only one postcard per hunter may be submitted. Those submitting more than one application will have all of their appli- cations rejected. Applications should be sent to: Controlled Hunt, Lac qui Parle Wildlife Management Area, 14047 20th ST NW, Watson, MN 56295. Successful applicants will receive reservations by mail designating the date of their hunt. Only successful applicants will be noticed. Goose hunting stations will be assigned able, Well Built, e Buildings, Delivered to You TA STORAGE BUILDINGS Street Milbank, SD 57252 (5.8 miles South of Milbank, Hwy 15) Sat. 00.Ot. Call 605-432-6889 two other Extension information ser- vices. INFO-U offers tips about food safety and nutrition; housing and clothing; parenting and money man- agement; and gardening, pests, wildlife and water quality. Call (800) 525-8636, or (612) 624-2200 in the Twin Cities metro area. "Many mes- sages are also in Hmong, Somali and Spanish," says Debby Newman, INFO-U coordinator. And for a $5 fee, Yard and Garden staff on the University's St. Paul cam- pus answer calls between 9 a.m. to noon, Monday through Friday. However, volunteer Master Gardeners will return calls on gardening, land- scaping, plant diseases and insects free of charge. The Yard and Garden Line number is (612) 624-4771. You can also find these services at www.extension.umn.edu. \\; Member FDIC SUMMER CLEARANCE 75% SUMMER CLOTHING[ ?!:i LOTS OF CLOTHES FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL! * FURNITURE FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS * ANDERSON & GINGISS TUXEDO RENTALS Etc. Consignment Shop Rita Buck, Owner/Operator Hours: Mon.-Sat., 10-5 135 NW 2nd St.* Ortonvflle, MN 56278 IZ]IW] 320-839-3677 -,-,,o- Accepted 3x5 Safety O00posit Box 1/Z off a y00ar r00ntal with a nRw qualified checldng account. "Because we care/" CenBank 113 NW 1st Street * Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-6123 * 1-800-335-8920 Fax 320-839-6127 24-hour banking 1-877-569-2265 * www.cenbank.corn