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ENIOR GOLF'WINNERS in the 13-15 year old age group are pictured above. All winners are !l-r with first olace winners at left First place, Jim and Dan Schmeichel Second lace Alex and . . _ . p ]. Third place, Drew Johnson and Pat Ketz. i! 7 D TWELVE YEAR-OLD WINNERS of the Junior Senior Golf Tournament are pictured above. In eft) Greg Rassett and Jesse Roscoe. In second, Andy and Wes Strei and in third, Michael and i i Y i[  THIRDplace winners in the 9-10 year-, m group of the Junior/Senior Golf Tournament At left, first place Bud and Taylor R aderl lacher.Second place, Isaac Knutson and Virgil Nick Giese and Jay Stock. The tournament ended early because of a lightning storm, but a great time. rfowl Qd from pg 6) r than last year, but .breeding birds was ',Ill EPp zones will be .ear. Resident Canada *Ons in Minnesota nd excellent goose ain be available for Wl hunters. EMBER GOOSE goose season on Saturday, Sept. Season is designed Minnesota-breed- 'tl and hunter sur- a large open- Opening on s to maximize har- early season 22, except in it closes on .early and late Is required. near sur- in much against Yards of surface :n the Northwest, 'in Cities Goose Carlos Avery Area and an Swan Lake in season goose the 2003 Handbook for SON season Northwest and Sept. 27 to will be one zones. In the 40 day regular will be Oct. 11 Lac qui Parle index have in this for- same as the The daily will a goose season, 5, with a bag daily. Special December Canada goose seasons will be offered statewide except in the West Central Goose Zone, which includes Lac qui Parle. Late-season hunters must have a Special Goose Hunt Permit, which is valid for both early and late special goose seasons. The late season will be open Dec. 6 to Dec. 15, except in the Southeast Goose Zone, where the sea- son will be open Dec. 12 to Dec. 21. Bag limits for Canada geese during the late season will be five per day, except in the Southeast Goose Zone, where the bag limit will be two. The Southeast Goose Zone includes an area south of the Twin Cities along the Mississippi River, extending west- ward to the Rochester area. A map of the goose hunting zones is in the Minnesota Hunting and Trapping Regulations Handbook and will be in the Minnesota Waterfowl Hunting Regulations Supplement. The season for light geese (snow, blue and Ross' geese), white-fronted geese, and brant will be Sept. 27 to Dec. 21. The daily limit will be 20 light geese, two white-fronted geese and one brant. OVERALL CONDITIONS The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reported improved habitat conditions and higher duck breeding population numbers on North America's major duck breeding grounds. Conditions improved dramatically in prairie Canada, especially in portions of Alberta and Saskatchewan. Much of the increase in duck pop- ulations occurred in the western por- tion of the survey area. "Minnesota habitat conditions are again highly variable, but generally look better than last year,"Bremicker said. "We are on track for a very good wild rice crop in many areas. The weather conditions during the next few months will influence fall migra- tion habitat before the regular duck opener." OTHER WATERFOWL INFORMATION Waterfowl seasons will not be finalized until after the comment peri- od closes on the proposed federal migratory waterfowl rules in early September. However, it is unlikely that the federal waterfowl season frameworks will be different from those noted above. To comment on the proposed Minnesota waterfowl season selec- tions for 2003, e-mail to info@dnr.state.mn.us or write to Division of Wildlife, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, 500 Lafayette Road, St. Paul, MN, 55155-4007. To comment on the proposed Federal waterfowl season frame- works, write: Chief, Division of Migratory Bird Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior, ms 634 - ARLSQ, 1849 C Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20240. More information about waterfowl status or Adaptive Harvest Management is available at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Division of Migratory Bird Management Web site at www.migratorybirds.fws.gov/. The Minnesota DNR will announce the final season dates and limits in early September. Waterfowl hunters should consult the 2003 Minnesota Hunting and Trapping Regulations Handbook, which is now available from license agents and DNR offices, for basic waterfowl reg- ulations and September seasons. For details on regular and December season waterfowl regula- tions' consult the 2003 Waterfowl Hunting Regulations Supplement, which will be available in early September. Bremicker noted that all migratory bird hunters, including waterfowl hunters, must be enrolled in the Harvest information Program (HIP). To legally hunt migratory birds, hunters must answer "yes" to the question on the small game hunting license about whether the hunter will hunt any migratory birds this year; The license must say AHIP certified. Hunters who did not check "yes" when they bought their small game license, but who later wish to hunt migratory birds, may visit an Electronic License System agent to obtain HIP certification. There is no fee. Trojan JV football defeated by KMS in exciting overtime game Ortonville's JV Football team suf- fered a tough overtime loss to KMS on Thursday, September 4 by a score of 32-34. KMS scored on three of their first four plays to jump out to a 20-0 lead. In the second quarter, the Trojans got on the scoreboard when Freshman Justin Gruenwald scored on a six yard run. The PAT failed, and the first half ended 20-6 in favor of KMS. In the second half, the Trojan Defense stiffened and the Offense MinnKota Bowhunters Fun shoot results 8-12 Gator 227 Ran Flottmeyer 278 Bob Zahnow 251 Scott Meyer 278 Scott Dahle 251 Verlian Pierce 240 Dave Cizadlo 241 Bill Welder 212 w w=ners Ran and Bob 8-19 Arnie Veen 250 Dwight Peschong 208 Jim CloDs 235 Bob Zahnow 253 Scott Meyer 270 Scott Dahle 263 Verlan Pierce 221 Dave Cizadlo 199 Bill Welder 237 Nick Welder 159 Jenny Cizadlo 116 Weekly winners scored three straight touchdowns. Sophomore Chris Fellows scored on a pass from Sophomore Alex Dawald. The PAT from Dawald to Fellows was also good, pulling the Trojans within six. Dawald went to the air again to hit Sophomore Zach Giese for the next score. The PAT failed, leaving the score tied at 20. The Trojans took the lead on a 30 yard run by Freshman Dylan McLain. The PAT failed and the Trojans had their first lead at 26-20. KMS answered to tie the score at 26. Regulation ended with the Trojans stopping KMS on the goal line to force overtime. In overtime, KMS scored first and converted on the two point PAT to take an eight point lead. The Trojans answered as Dawald hit Fellows for another touchdown. The two point PAT attempt fell short by inches and the game ended 32-34 in favor of KMS. Honda ReCon TRX 250 s2,650 Breakfast Tuesdaygrilled cheese sandwiches, strawberry yogurt, juice and milk. Wednesdayegg patty on toast, cheese slices, juice and milk. potatoes, buttered corn, banana, butter or PBJ and milk. Fridayfish shaped nuggets, seasoned fries, sliced pears, Special K bars, PBJ and milk. Scott D. and Jim C. Thursdaybreakfast pizza, cinnamon toast, juice and milk. Fridayfrench toast sticks, breakfast links, juice and milk. Bellingham 00u.c. Tuesday--hamburger gravy on school news "Racing to Success at BES" This year our theme for the new school year is "Racing to Success at BES". The first day of school started out by welcoming all new students and staff to Bellingham Elementary. In the Preppies we have Allison Adelman, Jake Anderson, Paige Fredrichsen, Jonathan Lagred, Tyler Jacobson, Theresa Larson, Christopher Parker, Denise Pelton, Isabelle Powers, Nicholas Tiegland, Lucas Van Hoorn and Taylor Wilke. In fourth grade our new student is Megan Seefeld. The new staff include Linda Hoffman in music and Denise Anderson as our school nurse. Welcome to all of you and we hope you have a great year! To go along with this year's theme, all students participated in several races in the gym. Of course, everyone was a winner! and the year was off to a "racing" good start! Bus Safety Bus safety is always an important topic for the first day of school. This year we watched a couple videos on bus safety to get things started. Demonstrations were given in the front parking lot on several safety issues. Correct procedures for bus evacuation were also practiced at this time. BES Annual Parade, Burger Feed and Open House The date has been set for our annual parade, burger feed and open house at our school. Mark your calendars for Tuesday, Septemberl6 at 5:00 p.m. Watch your Paw Print for more details next week. P.E. Equipment Parents, if you have P.E. or sports equipment that is still in good shape that you would consider giving to or borrowing to the P.E. Department, please call the school and let us know. Please put your name on the items you would like returned to you. We are especially interested in ping pang tables, nets paddles, tennis rackets, softball bats, softball gloves, outdoor badminton poles, birdies, nets and rackets. Thank you, P.E. Department PFLS Needs The PFLS room would appreciate donations of ice cream pails (with covers) and any scrap materials for - the students to practice sewing on. Also, if anyone has alphabet cookie cutters we could borrow, or knows where I could purchase some, please let me know. Thank you! Mrs. Haugen, GBB Practice Schedule Coach: Christi Larson Practice will be the following days from 3:15 - 5:00 p.m. in the school gymnasium. Any questions, give me a call. Monday, Sept. 8, Thursday, Sept. 11, Monday, Sept. 15, Thursday, Sept: 18, Tuesday, Sept. 23, Thursday, Sept. 25, Tournament, Saturday, Sept. 27 from 9:00 - noon at Milbank Unity Square, Tuesday, Sept 30 FIRST HOME GAME: Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 5:30 against Milbank (4th - 6th) Calendar Thursday, 9-11 GBB 3:15 - 5:00 p.m. Sunday, 9-14 Grandparent's Day toast, buttered corn, sliced pears. applesauce cup, PBJ and milk. WednesdayBearcat burgers, ripple chips, mixed fruit, apple slices, PBJ and milk. Thursdayham slices, mashed I Inexpensive00 BSLA HOCKEY ASSOCIATION is once again selling TREES, WREATHS, GARLAND, SWAGS and other evergreen decorations Order garland for your store front or home! Swags - $13  The hockey players soo00 " to take your order! OR CALL Brad Shelstad 320-839-6290 Martin Kurtzahn 605-432-4277 Trish Kellen 320-325-9949 Help support the hockey program! 26" Wreaths - $14 (larger available) I i:i:)i :!.)i:i:: i:!i:i:i:i:i:i:!:i:!:!:i ) .................................. i Pioneer's Own - Per Lb. Locally Grown Beef - Per Lb. SUMMER . QUARTERS -- SAUSAGE ................ 02.79 OR =DES ................ $1.49 Locally Grown - Per Lb HALF A HOG .................... 79 $2 DELITuRKEV ......... .99 Per Lb. ASSORTED PORK CHOPS .............................................. S 1.59 BUFFALO AVAILABLE ~ WE ACCEPT EBT CARDS ORTONVILLE, MN PHONE (320) 839-2653 I 3HERING DAYS Mon. & We ALL DALE 320-808-1871 t 605-938-4389 Z)R LEON (320) 325-5230 9, 2003 INDEPENDENT Page 7 ENIOR GOLF'WINNERS in the 13-15 year old age group are pictured above. All winners are !l-r with first olace winners at left First place, Jim and Dan Schmeichel Second lace Alex and . . _ . p ]. Third place, Drew Johnson and Pat Ketz. i! 7 D TWELVE YEAR-OLD WINNERS of the Junior Senior Golf Tournament are pictured above. In eft) Greg Rassett and Jesse Roscoe. In second, Andy and Wes Strei and in third, Michael and i i Y i[  THIRDplace winners in the 9-10 year-, m group of the Junior/Senior Golf Tournament At left, first place Bud and Taylor R aderl lacher.Second place, Isaac Knutson and Virgil Nick Giese and Jay Stock. The tournament ended early because of a lightning storm, but a great time. rfowl Qd from pg 6) r than last year, but .breeding birds was ',Ill EPp zones will be .ear. Resident Canada *Ons in Minnesota nd excellent goose ain be available for Wl hunters. EMBER GOOSE goose season on Saturday, Sept. Season is designed Minnesota-breed- 'tl and hunter sur- a large open- Opening on s to maximize har- early season 22, except in it closes on .early and late Is required. near sur- in much against Yards of surface :n the Northwest, 'in Cities Goose Carlos Avery Area and an Swan Lake in season goose the 2003 Handbook for SON season Northwest and Sept. 27 to will be one zones. In the 40 day regular will be Oct. 11 Lac qui Parle index have in this for- same as the The daily will a goose season, 5, with a bag daily. Special December Canada goose seasons will be offered statewide except in the West Central Goose Zone, which includes Lac qui Parle. Late-season hunters must have a Special Goose Hunt Permit, which is valid for both early and late special goose seasons. The late season will be open Dec. 6 to Dec. 15, except in the Southeast Goose Zone, where the sea- son will be open Dec. 12 to Dec. 21. Bag limits for Canada geese during the late season will be five per day, except in the Southeast Goose Zone, where the bag limit will be two. The Southeast Goose Zone includes an area south of the Twin Cities along the Mississippi River, extending west- ward to the Rochester area. A map of the goose hunting zones is in the Minnesota Hunting and Trapping Regulations Handbook and will be in the Minnesota Waterfowl Hunting Regulations Supplement. The season for light geese (snow, blue and Ross' geese), white-fronted geese, and brant will be Sept. 27 to Dec. 21. The daily limit will be 20 light geese, two white-fronted geese and one brant. OVERALL CONDITIONS The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reported improved habitat conditions and higher duck breeding population numbers on North America's major duck breeding grounds. Conditions improved dramatically in prairie Canada, especially in portions of Alberta and Saskatchewan. Much of the increase in duck pop- ulations occurred in the western por- tion of the survey area. "Minnesota habitat conditions are again highly variable, but generally look better than last year,"Bremicker said. "We are on track for a very good wild rice crop in many areas. The weather conditions during the next few months will influence fall migra- tion habitat before the regular duck opener." OTHER WATERFOWL INFORMATION Waterfowl seasons will not be finalized until after the comment peri- od closes on the proposed federal migratory waterfowl rules in early September. However, it is unlikely that the federal waterfowl season frameworks will be different from those noted above. To comment on the proposed Minnesota waterfowl season selec- tions for 2003, e-mail to info@dnr.state.mn.us or write to Division of Wildlife, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, 500 Lafayette Road, St. Paul, MN, 55155-4007. To comment on the proposed Federal waterfowl season frame- works, write: Chief, Division of Migratory Bird Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior, ms 634 - ARLSQ, 1849 C Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20240. More information about waterfowl status or Adaptive Harvest Management is available at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Division of Migratory Bird Management Web site at www.migratorybirds.fws.gov/. The Minnesota DNR will announce the final season dates and limits in early September. Waterfowl hunters should consult the 2003 Minnesota Hunting and Trapping Regulations Handbook, which is now available from license agents and DNR offices, for basic waterfowl reg- ulations and September seasons. For details on regular and December season waterfowl regula- tions' consult the 2003 Waterfowl Hunting Regulations Supplement, which will be available in early September. Bremicker noted that all migratory bird hunters, including waterfowl hunters, must be enrolled in the Harvest information Program (HIP). To legally hunt migratory birds, hunters must answer "yes" to the question on the small game hunting license about whether the hunter will hunt any migratory birds this year; The license must say AHIP certified. Hunters who did not check "yes" when they bought their small game license, but who later wish to hunt migratory birds, may visit an Electronic License System agent to obtain HIP certification. There is no fee. Trojan JV football defeated by KMS in exciting overtime game Ortonville's JV Football team suf- fered a tough overtime loss to KMS on Thursday, September 4 by a score of 32-34. KMS scored on three of their first four plays to jump out to a 20-0 lead. In the second quarter, the Trojans got on the scoreboard when Freshman Justin Gruenwald scored on a six yard run. The PAT failed, and the first half ended 20-6 in favor of KMS. In the second half, the Trojan Defense stiffened and the Offense MinnKota Bowhunters Fun shoot results 8-12 Gator 227 Ran Flottmeyer 278 Bob Zahnow 251 Scott Meyer 278 Scott Dahle 251 Verlian Pierce 240 Dave Cizadlo 241 Bill Welder 212 w w=ners Ran and Bob 8-19 Arnie Veen 250 Dwight Peschong 208 Jim CloDs 235 Bob Zahnow 253 Scott Meyer 270 Scott Dahle 263 Verlan Pierce 221 Dave Cizadlo 199 Bill Welder 237 Nick Welder 159 Jenny Cizadlo 116 Weekly winners scored three straight touchdowns. Sophomore Chris Fellows scored on a pass from Sophomore Alex Dawald. The PAT from Dawald to Fellows was also good, pulling the Trojans within six. Dawald went to the air again to hit Sophomore Zach Giese for the next score. The PAT failed, leaving the score tied at 20. The Trojans took the lead on a 30 yard run by Freshman Dylan McLain. The PAT failed and the Trojans had their first lead at 26-20. KMS answered to tie the score at 26. Regulation ended with the Trojans stopping KMS on the goal line to force overtime. In overtime, KMS scored first and converted on the two point PAT to take an eight point lead. The Trojans answered as Dawald hit Fellows for another touchdown. The two point PAT attempt fell short by inches and the game ended 32-34 in favor of KMS. Honda ReCon TRX 250 s2,650 Breakfast Tuesdaygrilled cheese sandwiches, strawberry yogurt, juice and milk. Wednesdayegg patty on toast, cheese slices, juice and milk. potatoes, buttered corn, banana, butter or PBJ and milk. Fridayfish shaped nuggets, seasoned fries, sliced pears, Special K bars, PBJ and milk. Scott D. and Jim C. Thursdaybreakfast pizza, cinnamon toast, juice and milk. Fridayfrench toast sticks, breakfast links, juice and milk. Bellingham 00u.c. Tuesday--hamburger gravy on school news "Racing to Success at BES" This year our theme for the new school year is "Racing to Success at BES". The first day of school started out by welcoming all new students and staff to Bellingham Elementary. In the Preppies we have Allison Adelman, Jake Anderson, Paige Fredrichsen, Jonathan Lagred, Tyler Jacobson, Theresa Larson, Christopher Parker, Denise Pelton, Isabelle Powers, Nicholas Tiegland, Lucas Van Hoorn and Taylor Wilke. In fourth grade our new student is Megan Seefeld. The new staff include Linda Hoffman in music and Denise Anderson as our school nurse. Welcome to all of you and we hope you have a great year! To go along with this year's theme, all students participated in several races in the gym. Of course, everyone was a winner! and the year was off to a "racing" good start! Bus Safety Bus safety is always an important topic for the first day of school. This year we watched a couple videos on bus safety to get things started. Demonstrations were given in the front parking lot on several safety issues. Correct procedures for bus evacuation were also practiced at this time. BES Annual Parade, Burger Feed and Open House The date has been set for our annual parade, burger feed and open house at our school. Mark your calendars for Tuesday, Septemberl6 at 5:00 p.m. Watch your Paw Print for more details next week. P.E. Equipment Parents, if you have P.E. or sports equipment that is still in good shape that you would consider giving to or borrowing to the P.E. Department, please call the school and let us know. Please put your name on the items you would like returned to you. We are especially interested in ping pang tables, nets paddles, tennis rackets, softball bats, softball gloves, outdoor badminton poles, birdies, nets and rackets. Thank you, P.E. Department PFLS Needs The PFLS room would appreciate donations of ice cream pails (with covers) and any scrap materials for - the students to practice sewing on. Also, if anyone has alphabet cookie cutters we could borrow, or knows where I could purchase some, please let me know. Thank you! Mrs. Haugen, GBB Practice Schedule Coach: Christi Larson Practice will be the following days from 3:15 - 5:00 p.m. in the school gymnasium. Any questions, give me a call. Monday, Sept. 8, Thursday, Sept. 11, Monday, Sept. 15, Thursday, Sept: 18, Tuesday, Sept. 23, Thursday, Sept. 25, Tournament, Saturday, Sept. 27 from 9:00 - noon at Milbank Unity Square, Tuesday, Sept 30 FIRST HOME GAME: Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 5:30 against Milbank (4th - 6th) Calendar Thursday, 9-11 GBB 3:15 - 5:00 p.m. Sunday, 9-14 Grandparent's Day toast, buttered corn, sliced pears. applesauce cup, PBJ and milk. WednesdayBearcat burgers, ripple chips, mixed fruit, apple slices, PBJ and milk. Thursdayham slices, mashed I Inexpensive00 BSLA HOCKEY ASSOCIATION is once again selling TREES, WREATHS, GARLAND, SWAGS and other evergreen decorations Order garland for your store front or home! Swags - $13  The hockey players soo00 " to take your order! OR CALL Brad Shelstad 320-839-6290 Martin Kurtzahn 605-432-4277 Trish Kellen 320-325-9949 Help support the hockey program! 26" Wreaths - $14 (larger available) I i:i:)i :!.)i:i:: i:!i:i:i:i:i:i:!:i:!:!:i ) .................................. i Pioneer's Own - Per Lb. Locally Grown Beef - Per Lb. SUMMER . QUARTERS -- SAUSAGE ................ 02.79 OR =DES ................ $1.49 Locally Grown - Per Lb HALF A HOG .................... 79 $2 DELITuRKEV ......... .99 Per Lb. ASSORTED PORK CHOPS .............................................. S 1.59 BUFFALO AVAILABLE ~ WE ACCEPT EBT CARDS ORTONVILLE, MN PHONE (320) 839-2653 I 3HERING DAYS Mon. & We ALL DALE 320-808-1871 t 605-938-4389 Z)R LEON (320) 325-5230 9, 2003 INDEPENDENT Page 7