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That&apos; s ent ertainment ..... 2 LAST SUNDAY , i BUFFET c This Sunday, Sept. 19th SV/'|OS STARTS FRIDM2Yb SLaE PTwre 1L (PG13) ;;:oo Am to l:oo Pm "BLUE $TRERK" Tuesday-Fr,d00 STARTS FRIDAY, SEPT. 17 (PG13) much. Than00s so .. It's been a wonderful season servi00 00lou all -- Donna and3thff DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Donna Johnson, Manager Ortonville Golf Clubhouse Overlooking Beautiful Big Stone Lake Ortonville, MN 320-839-3606 HughGrant Saturday & Sunday Hamburgers "Mickey Blue Eyes" Bacon STARTS FRIDAY, SEPT. 17 (R) Alec Baldwin - A comedy from the makers of Cheeseburgers 'Outside Providence' '1 19 99 "DICK" ('') . "DEEP BLUE SEA" (R) "Dudley Do Right" (') Mark "elmer" & Sheila Thompson 1 lam-8pm; & Sat. 1 lam-9pm -I West Hwy. 12 Big Stone City, SD (605) 862-8253 Ortonville news I Gall Maxwell, 839-2207 Whist winners last Tuesday at the Senior Center were Dorothy Krogsrud, Jebbs Holme and Lloyd Sievers. Bridge winners on Friday were Jerry Jorgenson and Pat O'Neill. Kay Stolpman from Cold Springs, visited the Urban Stolpman family on Wednesday, Sept. 8th. Sunday afternoon, Sept. 5th Gordy Delgehausen visited Syl Pinkert. Monday morning, Sept. 6th Ran Pinkert visited his mother Syl Pinkert. Alta Froelich visited Syl Pinkert at the beginning of the week of Sept. 6th. IIII Jim and Lany McKinney visited Lany's sister in Grand Rapids for Labor Day weekend. On Friday, Sept. 10th Tom and Phyllis Schluter had three of their boys visiting Bob and Richard from Bloomington and Jim from Rosemount. Rose Van Stralen's son Brian from Roseville came to visit his mother Rose for four days. Brian and Stacy Mathison and children spent Labor Day weekend at the home of their parents Orlend and Irene Mathison. Melissa Johnson of Granite Falls Labor Day weekend guests of Faith visited Amanda Jansen the weekend Sprung were Mrs. Dean Sprung and of Sept. 10th. Melissa is Amanda's Rebecc$vrWai anilitfle JOtathan'aU great-granddaughter.  " 6 Mo  H ' ...... Carol*and Carmala Wood attended visited at the Clinton Good Samaritan Center with Myrtle Hamburg who is an aunt of Mrs. Dean Sprung. Faith also visited with other friends at the nursing home. They enjoyed a few suppers over at the RV Party Room with the Dragts. Labor Day weekend guests of Gall Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Buescher of Bloomington. Visitors also were Samantha Buescher and a friend. Vernon and Bert Longhenry were Sunday evening, Sept. 5th visitors at the Jerry and Alma Jorgenson home. Ken and Jeanne Berg vacationed one week in the North. They visited friends and family at Cass Lake and Bemidji where they celebrated two family birthdays. Ken and Jeanne spent three days at Grand Marais on the North Shore. Lillian Ninneman and Vidella Roschen were among many people who attended the Women's Retreat at the Camp for Christ on Thursday, Sept. 9th. Vidella Roschen had Successful Living products on display. Labor Day there was a potluck supper at the Homerite Apartments. It was well attended. Lillian Ninneman attended a fllowship and treat at David and Jerry Homrighausen's home on Wednesday, Sept. 8th after church services. Labor Day guests at Stan and Marg Lindholm's were Marg's three brothers and their wives Gene and Lillian Peterson from Burtum; Wayne and Muriel Peterson from Upsala; and Elmer and Nancy Peterson from Sioux Falls, SO. Irene Friedrich and Jordan Brehmer were luncheon guests one afternoon the week of Aug. 30th at Gladie Brehmer's. Dean Brehmer family and Brandon and Collin were Labor Day weekend guests at their mother Gladie Brehmer. Lorraine Schnaser, Lucille McFarland, and Gladie Brehmer were out one afternoon the week of Aug. 30th. Myron and Lorraine Schnaser and Gladie Brehmer attended the visitation at the Mundwiler Funeral Home for Roland Schwandt on Tuesday evening, Sept. 7th. Gladie Brehmer was a supper guest at the Myron and Lorraine Schnaser home Tuesday evening, Sept. 7th. Gladie Brehmer was a Thursday evening, Sept. 9th visitor at Amanda Jensen's. Tony and Wanda Gilsdorf from Detroit Lakes spent Thursday night, Sept. 9th with Kathy Gilsdorf. Virgil and Joyce Sis joined them for supper. Lee and Vidella Roschen and Nathan and Tiffany enjoyed Labor Day weekend at Lake Miitona with Lee's parents, relatives and friends. a concert at the University of Minnesota, Morris Saturday evening, Sept. 11 th. Larry and Judy Fix visited the weekend of Sept. 10th the congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses for a special weekend of activities. Markets I No. 1 Wheat ................... :..3.01 Soybeans ........................... 4.47 Corn ................................... 1.47 September 14, 1998 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 2.77 Soybeans ........................... 4.79 Corn ................................... 1.45 Extension IIIII I Carrie Oison, County Extension Educator KEEP YOUR KIDS SAFE FROM BULLIES If you believe your memories of bullying match the harsh reality today's school children face, think again. Kids are taunted, teased, threatened and tormented, says the National School Safety Center. Young bullies can also humiliate and manipulate, isolate and ostracize. The most worrisome punch, poke, strangle, suffocate, pull hair, bend fingers, bite, stab, bum, poison and shoot victims. In the most extreme cases, cornered victims fight back with firepower, killing their tormentors or committing suicide. Bullying is the "most enduring and underrated problem in American schools," says the National School Safety Center. If you don't use the word "bully" and merely ask 558 Midwest middle-school students if they've teased, name-called, threatened or ridiculed peers in the past month, 80 percent will say "yes," a University of Illinois researcher found. And, a University of Minnesota study found bullying peaked at sixth grade, as Hamburger, Steaks, Roasts - Per Lb. Chops & Roasts - Per Lb. 50 LB. BEEF BUNDLE 20 LB. PORK BUNDLE $89.95 .(;22.95 r WE HAVE Wheel Opening Moldings FOR '99 GMC & CHEVY ALSO Chrome Rocker Panels ND Bug Deflectors Pin,ping & Body Side-ipe Kits R-Graphix m CUSTOM BUTCHERING Mon.-Wed. " EMERGENCY BUTCHERING CALL (605) 862-8402 OR (320) 839-3430 N. HrX. 7S * Ortonvllle MN M 321839-3840 former elementary students jostled to gain friendships in a new school; bullying is less common in high school. Bullies aren't always social outcasts. Boys who bully can still be popular even though girl bullies are often socially penalized for aggressiveness, researchers in the United States and abroad have learned. In the United States, as in Australia and Finland, bullies themselves can be victims of other school bullies. Those double- edged sword children suffer the greatest number of psychosomatic and psychological traumas, including depression and suicidal thoughts. Other behavioral changes can be Letters to the editor To the Editor: The good and the bad of politics: One group says that an individual or a corporation should be allowed to contribute any amount to politics. Another group says that a shop steward should be allowed to collect any amount for politics from each individual worker. (If I were a worker in a union shop and the shop steward asked me for a contribution, I would give if I wanted to keep my job.) then, Wesley Olson Clinton, MN TIME FOR, "A" "B"RI READY Our Deepest Thanks to eveBone who helped make St. a success, qse whose names were subtle. Research shows, there are some questions that parents should be asking: Is your child a victim? Students who dress differently, lack social skills, blame themselves for problems, are overweight, wear glasses, study more or bathe less are all victimized. Victims' gres'ca,-drop; they can feel depressed. Fear breeds psychosomatic ailments used to skip school. Take their complaints seriously. Talk to school administrators--in person if possible. Is your child a bully? Bullies are controlling, hot-tempered, lack empathy for others and generally are physically superior to victims. They can be popular; they can be athletes. Active administrators put bullies on notice that their actions are watched and will result in immediate, consistent discipline. How is your Parenting? Does your child learn aggressive or passive behavior from you? Do you so dominate that your child feels as powerless at school as at home? Could Your school be safer? At parents' night, take note: Are playgrounds, halls and bathrooms monitored? Do trees, solid doors or dead-end halls impede visibility? Ask your principal how the school handles bullies and victims. Source: Diedtra Henderson, On Health, September 6, 1999. we have news media people who tell 1) $1:00 Cash, Alfred & Marie us, "Money in politics is bad. Let us 2) $]00 Cash, FT. Bob .............. : .................... be the only voice telling people who 3) $100 Cash, Anonymous ....................................................................... the vote for." In the "bad" of politics, 4) $50 Cash, Minnwest Bank, Ortonvilte ................................................ ;- 5) $50 Cash, Minnwest Bank, Orton,ille ................................................ " "reform" consists of reducing an 6) $50 Cash, Anonymous ........................................................................... opponent's influence. I would like to 7) $10 Cash, Willard & Irene Karel ..................................................... ,j have a real debate since it reduces a 8) 20 Cash. Myra JeanSeh ..... ,,,..., .......... , ............................. :0 -pirimaster'S ability to influence by ..... 9) $25 Cast; Rllatz &MOO0"Otr::!:.'E'.:::J:Z.:..:L....:I .......... w t: eonfusion. 10) $25 Cash, Rllatzki & Montc Const....,. ............ ......................... . Woven rug, Keltla Hoffman Family ................ ............................... Let me explain. We have a person $25 Cash. Rosen Express ................................................................... in office who refuses to take the health examinations including drug tests that every other candidate for that job in recent elections has taken. His voice has the impaired sound of a heavy chronic snorter of cocaine. Recently, we have a candidate who actually admits snorting cocaine many years at the university. Should we eliminate him on that account? My guess would be that this candidate's popularity would actually increase, because he is (or has been) "WEAK LIKE US". Today, we have a President proved to lie under oath, proved to be unfaithful and proved to abuse women, every new proof of weakness and wrong-doing seems to increase his popularity if supported by good "spinmasters". But weakling may become a strongman dictator. All this is the bad politics. But can become good if the experience encourages us to do our own thinking. Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM li PHONE (320) 839-2653 Per Lb. DELl S TURKEY .................... 2.99 iii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!00iiii!iiiii00!!00ii!!iii!i!00i!iiiiiiiiiii!iii!iiiiii00l Pioneer, Award Winning - Per Lb. SUMMER SAUSAGE .................. *2.79 1/2 or Whole Loin - Per lb. . RIB EYE STEAK... ..... $4..01.,j_ A... Locally Grown - Per lb. SLOES & 1/4S ............ " Z .,ql: LET PIONEER CATER THAT SPECIAL EVENT FOR YOU! Anniversaries Weddings Reunions Business Luncheons Patchwork Quilt, St. Joseph Mission Group .................................... i $20 Cash, Beilingham Transfer, Inc .................................................. Gift by Mari's on Main Salon ................................. . ....................... Tupperware by Ruth Schuelke ...................................................... $25 Schwan's Products, Adelman Dairy ........................................ $25 Cash, Hoffman & Sis Con. Cons# ............................................. $25 Cash, Hoffman & Sis Con. Constr ................................. Steve $25 Cash, MIIlerbernd Garage ....................................... ; ..................... $25 Cash, Millerbernd Garage ........................................................ $20 Cash, Gerard & Mary Rademacher ............................... Toby $25 Cash, Larry & Eileen WEber .......................... $20 Cash, Karels Auto Body.., Gift by Wayde Weber DeKalb $25 Cash, St. Anthony/Monica CAA .............................. $25 Cash, St. Anthony/Monica CAA. ................. $10 Cash, Mike & Adelaide Kirchberg $10 Cash. Mike & Adelaide Kirchberg ........................................... $25 Cash. Henrich & Sons. Inc ........................................................ $25 Cash. Henrich & Sons. Inc .......................................................... $25 Cash. Henrich & Sons. Inc ..................................................... $25 Cash. Henrich & Sons. Inc .................................... $25 Cash. Mike Unzen Family ........................................................... $20 Gift Certificate by Gary's Sinclair ........................................... $25 Cash. Bellingham Elevator. Elevator Dept. $25 Cash, Bellingham Elevator, Fuel Dept. $25 Cash, Bellingham Elevator, 2 Chicken Dinners. State Bank 2 Chicken Dinners. State Bank .................. $10 Gift Certificate. Our Place Cafe. ham .................... $10 Gift Certificate, Our Race Cafe, ham $25 Cash, Stolpman Insurance Agency, $25 Cash, Stolpman Insurance Agency, $25 Cash, Ronglien Excavating ........................................... $25 Gift Certificate, Nassau Elevator & Oil 5 Ibs. Honey, EIIingson's, Inc., Odessa ................................................ ,5 Ibs. Honey, EIIingson's Inc., Odessa ......................................... ,5 Ibs. Honey, EIIlngson's Inc., Odessa ,5 Ibs. Honey, Ellingson's Inc., Odessa ............................................... ;" $10 Gift Certificate, Mudhen CQfe, Odessa ..................................... $10 Gift Certificate, Mudhen Cate, Odessa ............................. Shower head, Berkner Plumbing & Heatlno. ,< 25 Gift Certificate, Uebe Drug/Ben Franklin, Ortonville ........... ;iff by Clay House, Big Stone City .............................................. 25 Gift Certificate, Larry's Refrigeration & Heating ................ ;ift by Cartwflght Drug, Ortonvifle .................... ;iff by Cartwright Drug, Ortonville ....... 50 Savings Bond, Klein Notional Bank, $50 Savings Bond, Klein Notional Bank, $25 Gift Certiflcat, Oftedahl Dru Madison ............................. $25 Gift Certificate, Jubilee Foods, $25 Gift Certificate, Jubilee Foods, Madison ............................... $ ] 0 Cash, Heather Nursery. Madison ............................................... ] Large Pizza by Casey's, Madison ................................................. 2 VCR Tapes, Odden& Zimbelman, Madison ........................ 2 VCR Tapes, Odden& Zimbelman, 5B) Free OiL Filter, Lube, Kuehl Motors, Madison ............................. b91 Pizza & Pop Certificate, Gas-n-Grub, Madison ......................... 70 Pizza & Pop Certificate, Gas-n-Grub, Madison ....................... 71 $50 Savings Bond, Marquette, BAnk, 72) $25 Cash, Kirchberg Construction ................................................. 73t $25 Cash, Kirchberg Construction ................................................. 74 $25 Gift Certificate, Checkered Flag, Bellingham ......................... 75) $25 Gift Certificate, Checkered Flag, Bellingham ......................... 76t $25 Cash, Anonymous .................................................................... 77 $25 Cash, Anonymous ...................... 78) $20 Gift Certificate, C. Edwards Studio, Madison ................... 79t $20 Cash, John Rathe Garst Seeds .......................... 80 "Bag Lady" by Victor & Irene Stolpman ......................................... 81 "Garden Angel" by Julie Henrich ........................................... ..'L'; 82 $25 Cash, Paul Treinen, BSLA Physical Therapy .................... J or' 83) $25 Cash, Paul Treinen, BSLA Physical Therapy ........................  84) Emergency Light, Anonymous ..... : ........................................ cor 85) $25 Cash, Albert & Doris Hoffman ................................................... 86) $25 Cash, Albert & Doris Hoffman ............................................... 87) Afghan by Ed & Marie Kareis ............................. _ 88/$20 Cash, Anonymous .......................................................... 5#. 89 $25 Cash, Catholic Aid ..................................................................... Won Hog - Appolonia Adeiman Weight Guess, 7 pc. Light Set (221 #) - Mike Bredick CHECKERED FLAG PRIZES: Meat Bundles - Harold Strei. Tom Rademacher. Bernie Hamson, $15 Certificates - Agnes Pillatzkl. Deb Peters Prizes may be picQd up fi. Om the church office at Church in Ortonville. Page 8 INDEPENDENT Tuesday, That' s ent ertainment ..... 2 LAST SUNDAY , i BUFFET c This Sunday, Sept. 19th SV/'|OS STARTS FRIDM2Yb SLaE PTwre 1L (PG13) ;;:oo Am to l:oo Pm "BLUE $TRERK" Tuesday-Fr,d00 STARTS FRIDAY, SEPT. 17 (PG13) much. Than00s so .. It's been a wonderful season servi00 00lou all -- Donna and3thff DINING ROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Donna Johnson, Manager Ortonville Golf Clubhouse Overlooking Beautiful Big Stone Lake Ortonville, MN 320-839-3606 HughGrant Saturday & Sunday Hamburgers "Mickey Blue Eyes" Bacon STARTS FRIDAY, SEPT. 17 (R) Alec Baldwin - A comedy from the makers of Cheeseburgers 'Outside Providence' '1 19 99 "DICK" ('') . "DEEP BLUE SEA" (R) "Dudley Do Right" (') Mark "elmer" & Sheila Thompson 1 lam-8pm; & Sat. 1 lam-9pm -I West Hwy. 12 Big Stone City, SD (605) 862-8253 Ortonville news I Gall Maxwell, 839-2207 Whist winners last Tuesday at the Senior Center were Dorothy Krogsrud, Jebbs Holme and Lloyd Sievers. Bridge winners on Friday were Jerry Jorgenson and Pat O'Neill. Kay Stolpman from Cold Springs, visited the Urban Stolpman family on Wednesday, Sept. 8th. Sunday afternoon, Sept. 5th Gordy Delgehausen visited Syl Pinkert. Monday morning, Sept. 6th Ran Pinkert visited his mother Syl Pinkert. Alta Froelich visited Syl Pinkert at the beginning of the week of Sept. 6th. IIII Jim and Lany McKinney visited Lany's sister in Grand Rapids for Labor Day weekend. On Friday, Sept. 10th Tom and Phyllis Schluter had three of their boys visiting Bob and Richard from Bloomington and Jim from Rosemount. Rose Van Stralen's son Brian from Roseville came to visit his mother Rose for four days. Brian and Stacy Mathison and children spent Labor Day weekend at the home of their parents Orlend and Irene Mathison. Melissa Johnson of Granite Falls Labor Day weekend guests of Faith visited Amanda Jansen the weekend Sprung were Mrs. Dean Sprung and of Sept. 10th. Melissa is Amanda's Rebecc$vrWai anilitfle JOtathan'aU great-granddaughter.  " 6 Mo  H ' ...... Carol*and Carmala Wood attended visited at the Clinton Good Samaritan Center with Myrtle Hamburg who is an aunt of Mrs. Dean Sprung. Faith also visited with other friends at the nursing home. They enjoyed a few suppers over at the RV Party Room with the Dragts. Labor Day weekend guests of Gall Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Buescher of Bloomington. Visitors also were Samantha Buescher and a friend. Vernon and Bert Longhenry were Sunday evening, Sept. 5th visitors at the Jerry and Alma Jorgenson home. Ken and Jeanne Berg vacationed one week in the North. They visited friends and family at Cass Lake and Bemidji where they celebrated two family birthdays. Ken and Jeanne spent three days at Grand Marais on the North Shore. Lillian Ninneman and Vidella Roschen were among many people who attended the Women's Retreat at the Camp for Christ on Thursday, Sept. 9th. Vidella Roschen had Successful Living products on display. Labor Day there was a potluck supper at the Homerite Apartments. It was well attended. Lillian Ninneman attended a fllowship and treat at David and Jerry Homrighausen's home on Wednesday, Sept. 8th after church services. Labor Day guests at Stan and Marg Lindholm's were Marg's three brothers and their wives Gene and Lillian Peterson from Burtum; Wayne and Muriel Peterson from Upsala; and Elmer and Nancy Peterson from Sioux Falls, SO. Irene Friedrich and Jordan Brehmer were luncheon guests one afternoon the week of Aug. 30th at Gladie Brehmer's. Dean Brehmer family and Brandon and Collin were Labor Day weekend guests at their mother Gladie Brehmer. Lorraine Schnaser, Lucille McFarland, and Gladie Brehmer were out one afternoon the week of Aug. 30th. Myron and Lorraine Schnaser and Gladie Brehmer attended the visitation at the Mundwiler Funeral Home for Roland Schwandt on Tuesday evening, Sept. 7th. Gladie Brehmer was a supper guest at the Myron and Lorraine Schnaser home Tuesday evening, Sept. 7th. Gladie Brehmer was a Thursday evening, Sept. 9th visitor at Amanda Jensen's. Tony and Wanda Gilsdorf from Detroit Lakes spent Thursday night, Sept. 9th with Kathy Gilsdorf. Virgil and Joyce Sis joined them for supper. Lee and Vidella Roschen and Nathan and Tiffany enjoyed Labor Day weekend at Lake Miitona with Lee's parents, relatives and friends. a concert at the University of Minnesota, Morris Saturday evening, Sept. 11 th. Larry and Judy Fix visited the weekend of Sept. 10th the congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses for a special weekend of activities. Markets I No. 1 Wheat ................... :..3.01 Soybeans ........................... 4.47 Corn ................................... 1.47 September 14, 1998 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 2.77 Soybeans ........................... 4.79 Corn ................................... 1.45 Extension IIIII I Carrie Oison, County Extension Educator KEEP YOUR KIDS SAFE FROM BULLIES If you believe your memories of bullying match the harsh reality today's school children face, think again. Kids are taunted, teased, threatened and tormented, says the National School Safety Center. Young bullies can also humiliate and manipulate, isolate and ostracize. The most worrisome punch, poke, strangle, suffocate, pull hair, bend fingers, bite, stab, bum, poison and shoot victims. In the most extreme cases, cornered victims fight back with firepower, killing their tormentors or committing suicide. Bullying is the "most enduring and underrated problem in American schools," says the National School Safety Center. If you don't use the word "bully" and merely ask 558 Midwest middle-school students if they've teased, name-called, threatened or ridiculed peers in the past month, 80 percent will say "yes," a University of Illinois researcher found. And, a University of Minnesota study found bullying peaked at sixth grade, as Hamburger, Steaks, Roasts - Per Lb. Chops & Roasts - Per Lb. 50 LB. BEEF BUNDLE 20 LB. PORK BUNDLE $89.95 .(;22.95 r WE HAVE Wheel Opening Moldings FOR '99 GMC & CHEVY ALSO Chrome Rocker Panels ND Bug Deflectors Pin,ping & Body Side-ipe Kits R-Graphix m CUSTOM BUTCHERING Mon.-Wed. " EMERGENCY BUTCHERING CALL (605) 862-8402 OR (320) 839-3430 N. HrX. 7S * Ortonvllle MN M 321839-3840 former elementary students jostled to gain friendships in a new school; bullying is less common in high school. Bullies aren't always social outcasts. Boys who bully can still be popular even though girl bullies are often socially penalized for aggressiveness, researchers in the United States and abroad have learned. In the United States, as in Australia and Finland, bullies themselves can be victims of other school bullies. Those double- edged sword children suffer the greatest number of psychosomatic and psychological traumas, including depression and suicidal thoughts. Other behavioral changes can be Letters to the editor To the Editor: The good and the bad of politics: One group says that an individual or a corporation should be allowed to contribute any amount to politics. Another group says that a shop steward should be allowed to collect any amount for politics from each individual worker. (If I were a worker in a union shop and the shop steward asked me for a contribution, I would give if I wanted to keep my job.) then, Wesley Olson Clinton, MN TIME FOR, "A" "B"RI READY Our Deepest Thanks to eveBone who helped make St. a success, qse whose names were subtle. Research shows, there are some questions that parents should be asking: Is your child a victim? Students who dress differently, lack social skills, blame themselves for problems, are overweight, wear glasses, study more or bathe less are all victimized. Victims' gres'ca,-drop; they can feel depressed. Fear breeds psychosomatic ailments used to skip school. Take their complaints seriously. Talk to school administrators--in person if possible. Is your child a bully? Bullies are controlling, hot-tempered, lack empathy for others and generally are physically superior to victims. They can be popular; they can be athletes. Active administrators put bullies on notice that their actions are watched and will result in immediate, consistent discipline. How is your Parenting? Does your child learn aggressive or passive behavior from you? Do you so dominate that your child feels as powerless at school as at home? Could Your school be safer? At parents' night, take note: Are playgrounds, halls and bathrooms monitored? Do trees, solid doors or dead-end halls impede visibility? Ask your principal how the school handles bullies and victims. Source: Diedtra Henderson, On Health, September 6, 1999. we have news media people who tell 1) $1:00 Cash, Alfred & Marie us, "Money in politics is bad. Let us 2) $]00 Cash, FT. Bob .............. : .................... be the only voice telling people who 3) $100 Cash, Anonymous ....................................................................... the vote for." In the "bad" of politics, 4) $50 Cash, Minnwest Bank, Ortonvilte ................................................ ;- 5) $50 Cash, Minnwest Bank, Orton,ille ................................................ " "reform" consists of reducing an 6) $50 Cash, Anonymous ........................................................................... opponent's influence. I would like to 7) $10 Cash, Willard & Irene Karel ..................................................... ,j have a real debate since it reduces a 8) 20 Cash. Myra JeanSeh ..... ,,,..., .......... , ............................. :0 -pirimaster'S ability to influence by ..... 9) $25 Cast; Rllatz &MOO0"Otr::!:.'E'.:::J:Z.:..:L....:I .......... w t: eonfusion. 10) $25 Cash, Rllatzki & Montc Const....,. ............ ......................... . Woven rug, Keltla Hoffman Family ................ ............................... Let me explain. We have a person $25 Cash. Rosen Express ................................................................... in office who refuses to take the health examinations including drug tests that every other candidate for that job in recent elections has taken. His voice has the impaired sound of a heavy chronic snorter of cocaine. Recently, we have a candidate who actually admits snorting cocaine many years at the university. Should we eliminate him on that account? My guess would be that this candidate's popularity would actually increase, because he is (or has been) "WEAK LIKE US". Today, we have a President proved to lie under oath, proved to be unfaithful and proved to abuse women, every new proof of weakness and wrong-doing seems to increase his popularity if supported by good "spinmasters". But weakling may become a strongman dictator. All this is the bad politics. But can become good if the experience encourages us to do our own thinking. Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM li PHONE (320) 839-2653 Per Lb. DELl S TURKEY .................... 2.99 iii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!00iiii!iiiii00!!00ii!!iii!i!00i!iiiiiiiiiii!iii!iiiiii00l Pioneer, Award Winning - Per Lb. SUMMER SAUSAGE .................. *2.79 1/2 or Whole Loin - Per lb. . RIB EYE STEAK... ..... $4..01.,j_ A... Locally Grown - Per lb. SLOES & 1/4S ............ " Z .,ql: LET PIONEER CATER THAT SPECIAL EVENT FOR YOU! Anniversaries Weddings Reunions Business Luncheons Patchwork Quilt, St. Joseph Mission Group .................................... i $20 Cash, Beilingham Transfer, Inc .................................................. Gift by Mari's on Main Salon ................................. . ....................... Tupperware by Ruth Schuelke ...................................................... $25 Schwan's Products, Adelman Dairy ........................................ $25 Cash, Hoffman & Sis Con. Cons# ............................................. $25 Cash, Hoffman & Sis Con. Constr ................................. Steve $25 Cash, MIIlerbernd Garage ....................................... ; ..................... $25 Cash, Millerbernd Garage ........................................................ $20 Cash, Gerard & Mary Rademacher ............................... Toby $25 Cash, Larry & Eileen WEber .......................... $20 Cash, Karels Auto Body.., Gift by Wayde Weber DeKalb $25 Cash, St. Anthony/Monica CAA .............................. $25 Cash, St. Anthony/Monica CAA. ................. $10 Cash, Mike & Adelaide Kirchberg $10 Cash. Mike & Adelaide Kirchberg ........................................... $25 Cash. Henrich & Sons. Inc ........................................................ $25 Cash. Henrich & Sons. Inc .......................................................... $25 Cash. Henrich & Sons. Inc ..................................................... $25 Cash. Henrich & Sons. Inc .................................... $25 Cash. Mike Unzen Family ........................................................... $20 Gift Certificate by Gary's Sinclair ........................................... $25 Cash. Bellingham Elevator. Elevator Dept. $25 Cash, Bellingham Elevator, Fuel Dept. $25 Cash, Bellingham Elevator, 2 Chicken Dinners. State Bank 2 Chicken Dinners. State Bank .................. $10 Gift Certificate. Our Place Cafe. ham .................... $10 Gift Certificate, Our Race Cafe, ham $25 Cash, Stolpman Insurance Agency, $25 Cash, Stolpman Insurance Agency, $25 Cash, Ronglien Excavating ........................................... $25 Gift Certificate, Nassau Elevator & Oil 5 Ibs. Honey, EIIingson's, Inc., Odessa ................................................ ,5 Ibs. Honey, EIIingson's Inc., Odessa ......................................... ,5 Ibs. Honey, EIIlngson's Inc., Odessa ,5 Ibs. Honey, Ellingson's Inc., Odessa ............................................... ;" $10 Gift Certificate, Mudhen CQfe, Odessa ..................................... $10 Gift Certificate, Mudhen Cate, Odessa ............................. Shower head, Berkner Plumbing & Heatlno. ,< 25 Gift Certificate, Uebe Drug/Ben Franklin, Ortonville ........... ;iff by Clay House, Big Stone City .............................................. 25 Gift Certificate, Larry's Refrigeration & Heating ................ ;ift by Cartwflght Drug, Ortonvifle .................... ;iff by Cartwright Drug, Ortonville ....... 50 Savings Bond, Klein Notional Bank, $50 Savings Bond, Klein Notional Bank, $25 Gift Certiflcat, Oftedahl Dru Madison ............................. $25 Gift Certificate, Jubilee Foods, $25 Gift Certificate, Jubilee Foods, Madison ............................... $ ] 0 Cash, Heather Nursery. Madison ............................................... ] Large Pizza by Casey's, Madison ................................................. 2 VCR Tapes, Odden& Zimbelman, Madison ........................ 2 VCR Tapes, Odden& Zimbelman, 5B) Free OiL Filter, Lube, Kuehl Motors, Madison ............................. b91 Pizza & Pop Certificate, Gas-n-Grub, Madison ......................... 70 Pizza & Pop Certificate, Gas-n-Grub, Madison ....................... 71 $50 Savings Bond, Marquette, BAnk, 72) $25 Cash, Kirchberg Construction ................................................. 73t $25 Cash, Kirchberg Construction ................................................. 74 $25 Gift Certificate, Checkered Flag, Bellingham ......................... 75) $25 Gift Certificate, Checkered Flag, Bellingham ......................... 76t $25 Cash, Anonymous .................................................................... 77 $25 Cash, Anonymous ...................... 78) $20 Gift Certificate, C. Edwards Studio, Madison ................... 79t $20 Cash, John Rathe Garst Seeds .......................... 80 "Bag Lady" by Victor & Irene Stolpman ......................................... 81 "Garden Angel" by Julie Henrich ........................................... ..'L'; 82 $25 Cash, Paul Treinen, BSLA Physical Therapy .................... J or' 83) $25 Cash, Paul Treinen, BSLA Physical Therapy ........................  84) Emergency Light, Anonymous ..... : ........................................ cor 85) $25 Cash, Albert & Doris Hoffman ................................................... 86) $25 Cash, Albert & Doris Hoffman ............................................... 87) Afghan by Ed & Marie Kareis ............................. _ 88/$20 Cash, Anonymous .......................................................... 5#. 89 $25 Cash, Catholic Aid ..................................................................... Won Hog - Appolonia Adeiman Weight Guess, 7 pc. Light Set (221 #) - Mike Bredick CHECKERED FLAG PRIZES: Meat Bundles - Harold Strei. Tom Rademacher. Bernie Hamson, $15 Certificates - Agnes Pillatzkl. Deb Peters Prizes may be picQd up fi. Om the church office at Church in Ortonville. Page 8 INDEPENDENT Tuesday,