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ville guard unit trains in artilery at Camp Ripley Iof the Morris Tribune by...Fire!", was one of heard during the Battalion, 151st Field The annual FA took place at near Little Falls. Camp the training ground for for many years, but this training as a Field Battery is a unit with two Morris and one from highly motivated and arrived at their home Saturday, July 24 and where they first, two days, a Overseas Deployment was conducted, of vaccinations, records to follow was soldier. Before field the soldiers were and objective to he troopS were extreme- t firing live rounds and place, the command- section chiefs did a great of their troops. While rising and the days so did the humidity The officers and !Point to have all soldiers and stay in the shade cattle the worst to man while in the The mosquitoes at any other in that there is them from their mis- was only a snack for as many of the new life at Ripley. of C Battery the attacks on the perimeter defense met the challenge their gun lines, but Y during a couple simulated war environ- every soldier to perform tasks and use C BTRY., 1ST BN., 151ST FIELD ARTILLERY, stand ready to fire during the unit's annual training at Camp Ripley. Soldiers of C Btry. are based in Ortonville 'and Morris. (Photo by Sgt. Thomas Porter, 135th Public Affairs Detachment) the furst aid and basic infantry skills acquired during their Basic Training. For one group of lucky soldiers their major excitement came towards the end of the time in tl field when they were chosen to represent C Battery in the Top Gun Competition., Only one section from every Battery is chosen during each Annual Training to compote against other Batteries. After being in the field for nine days, contonement was another word that some of the soldiers began to hold dear to them. For some soldiers contonement meant fewer mosquitoes and a shower while to others it meant a phone call to their loved ones. Even though the mission of C Battery was nearing its end, there was still plenty for the soldiers to do. The gun sec- tions spent many hours performing main- tenanc’ on their equipment and packing it for the trip home. A few soldiers from each section were chosen to qualify with the M60 Machine Gun, the .50 Caliber Machine Gun, and the M203 Grenade launcher. The purpose for this and all other Annual Training periods for C Battery was to prepare soldiers to deal with com- bat situations and daliver devastating fire- power at precisely the right time and place. C Battery met the challenge this year and through commitment and hard work, C Battery was Time On Target. D. Rosses to observe 45th Anniversary lATE OPENING AT Chiropractic Clinic al Assistant/Receptionist Person with excellent communication and people is willing to learn new skills. Bring resume or at Family Chiropractic Clinic, 803 So. Street, Suite 2, Milbank, South Dakota 57252, prior to September 15, 1999. 605-432-9561 Fax 605-432-9562 In honor of their 45th wedding anniversary, there will be an open house for Donald "Shorty" and Beatrice (Riemann) Ross on Saturday, Sept. 18, 1999 at the Ortonville VFW Clubroom, from 4 to 9 p.m. Shorty and Bea were married Sept. 18, 1954 in the Zion Church at Ortonville. The event will be hosted by their daughters and grandchildren. Please come and share your memories with us! Early Childhood / Family Education 0 N HOUSE Tuesday, Sept. 14, 1 6:30 to 8:00 in the Head Start/ECFE Room Come and find out what these classes have to offer you and your child. CURINT OFFERINGS: 1 Infant & Toddler Tuesdays 2:00-3:00 p.m. 2 2 & 3 year olds Tuesdays 4:00-5:30 p.m. 3 2 & 3 year olds Tuesdays 6:00-7:30 p.m. 4 4 & 5 year olds Thursdays 4:00-5:30 p.m. 5 4 & 5 year olds Thursdays 6:00-7:30 p.m. parent and child must be enrolled. STARTING DATE: Sept. 28, 1999 Sept. 28, 1999 Sept. 28, 1999 Sept. 30, 1999 Sept. 30, 1999 are Vicki Arndt, 839-2431, and Heather Eastman, 273-2395. School - 839-6181, ext. 102 Sign up for Door Prizes! 47 NW Second Street (Kaye building) Ortonville, MN - Contests - In-Store Specials - Free "FABRIC GIFT BAG" with $10 Purchase A FEW THINGS YOU WILL FIND... QUlLLOWS (made to order- choose From many patterns) • Polar Fleece Hats & Scarves • Wood Puzzles • Decorator Plates • Casserole Carriers • Dried Floral Cards * Kitchen Towels • Hand Towels • Dish Towels * Shelves • Watklns • Halloween • Thanksgiving • Christmas • Fabric Bags • Barbie Clothes KIOs Tote Bags • Table Runners * Afghans • Baby Blankets * Fabric Baskets Just For Fun - Gifts For Everyone - Sweet Things Jams & Jellies Are Backl OPEN THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM A FEW THINGS TO WATCH FOR... 8 - Senior Citizen Day, 9am-5pm CCT. 9 - Tupper Bingo, 3-5pro (Nov. 13, Dec, 4) Make & Take Stamping Class, 10am-3pm OCT. 29 - Avon Open House, 9am-5pm iNDEPENDE!NTI irm(m=i  l ,  "A ConsurJNe  n A lNe Commuy" I ORTONVILLE'S SWIM TEAM for 1999 finished up their season recently. Pictured in back, left to right, are Coach Rachael Lien, Morgan Simonitch, Leah McLaughlin, Stacy Wiegman, Sarah Karels, Nicole Pfleger and Assistant Coach Bekka Zahrbock. Middle row, Kristl'n Barr, Caitlin Iarr, Allssa Tinklenberg and Alexis Barr. In front are Kelsey Watkins, Colleen McLaughlin and Amanda Thyne. Not pictured are Jenna Radermacher, Candice Rushford and Caitlin Spors. The girls won meets this year in Benson, Dawson, at home with Canby and Dawson, and a cluster meet in Dawson. Rises enjoy Alaska, Canada 3-week trip John and Violet Rise recently enjoyed a trip to Canada and Alaska' for three weeks. First stop was Minot, ND, and then they entered Canada to Saskatchewan to Banff, Alberta to Calgary, home of the 1988 Winter Olympics, Olympic Park to view the ski lifts. Banff to Jasper, Canada in Rockies at the Chateau Lake Louise, Jasper to Prince George, Prince Rupeht. They caught the ferry and enjoyed the scenery to Juneau, Alaska State Capital tour of city on ferry again to Skagway to Whitehorse and White Pass to Yukon Route Railroad. Whitehorse to Tok traveling the Alaska highway to Tok the dog sled capital of the World Travel Alcon Highway to Delta Junction next stop North Pole, had the Salmon Bake at Fairbanks, gold panning at little Eldorado Gold Camp stop to view the Alaska pipeline next the Discovery Riverboat Cruise to Chena and Tanana Rivers, Fairbanks to Denale then to Anchorage, board the Alaska Railroad short tide to Whittier then the boat for the 26 glacier cruise, through Prince Wilkiam, back to Washington, then Minneapolis, home for five days, then Aug. "3, they left for Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Among the highlights of the trip were viewing the beautiful fjords tiding the fast train seeing the site of the 1994 Winter Olympic games in Lotthammer, a ship museum at Stockholm, then after 12 days of a great trip they left Stockholm to Minneapolis then home Aug. 15. fltkknO on the Pann- ’,oR! Now You Can Find A Home Improvement Loan In The Neighborhood Of 2-8°00 APR* @ Below market rates for Minnesota homeowners! The Great Minnesota Fix.up Fund: Repair, remodel, expand-- the lower your income, the lower your interest rate! Home Energy Loans: Save money with improvements like a new furnace, central air, replacement windows or insulation. No maximum household income limit. Access/bility Loans: Make your home accessible for a resident with a disability. Install a ramp, widen hallways, add an accessible bathroom or bedroom. No maximum household income limit. Choose your own contractor or do the work yourself. Call us today for a neighborly rate! \\; Member FDIC "Because we care!" CenBank P.O. Box 306 • 113 NW 1st Street • Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-6123 • 1-800-335-8920 • Fax 320-839-6127 www.cenbank.com "Annual Percentage Rate irmml E MINNESOTA HOUSING RNANCE AGENCY EQUAL HOUSING LENDER Ths is not an offer to enter into an interest rate or discount point agreement Such an offer may only be made in compliance wib  provons contained in Minnesota Statute 47.206, subd. 3 and 4 (1987 supplement). II I I I I Ill ville guard unit trains in artilery at Camp Ripley Iof the Morris Tribune by...Fire!", was one of heard during the Battalion, 151st Field The annual FA took place at near Little Falls. Camp the training ground for for many years, but this training as a Field Battery is a unit with two Morris and one from highly motivated and arrived at their home Saturday, July 24 and where they first, two days, a Overseas Deployment was conducted, of vaccinations, records to follow was soldier. Before field the soldiers were and objective to he troopS were extreme- t firing live rounds and place, the command- section chiefs did a great of their troops. While rising and the days so did the humidity The officers and !Point to have all soldiers and stay in the shade cattle the worst to man while in the The mosquitoes at any other in that there is them from their mis- was only a snack for as many of the new life at Ripley. of C Battery the attacks on the perimeter defense met the challenge their gun lines, but Y during a couple simulated war environ- every soldier to perform tasks and use C BTRY., 1ST BN., 151ST FIELD ARTILLERY, stand ready to fire during the unit's annual training at Camp Ripley. Soldiers of C Btry. are based in Ortonville 'and Morris. (Photo by Sgt. Thomas Porter, 135th Public Affairs Detachment) the furst aid and basic infantry skills acquired during their Basic Training. For one group of lucky soldiers their major excitement came towards the end of the time in tl field when they were chosen to represent C Battery in the Top Gun Competition., Only one section from every Battery is chosen during each Annual Training to compote against other Batteries. After being in the field for nine days, contonement was another word that some of the soldiers began to hold dear to them. For some soldiers contonement meant fewer mosquitoes and a shower while to others it meant a phone call to their loved ones. Even though the mission of C Battery was nearing its end, there was still plenty for the soldiers to do. The gun sec- tions spent many hours performing main- tenanc’ on their equipment and packing it for the trip home. A few soldiers from each section were chosen to qualify with the M60 Machine Gun, the .50 Caliber Machine Gun, and the M203 Grenade launcher. The purpose for this and all other Annual Training periods for C Battery was to prepare soldiers to deal with com- bat situations and daliver devastating fire- power at precisely the right time and place. C Battery met the challenge this year and through commitment and hard work, C Battery was Time On Target. D. Rosses to observe 45th Anniversary lATE OPENING AT Chiropractic Clinic al Assistant/Receptionist Person with excellent communication and people is willing to learn new skills. Bring resume or at Family Chiropractic Clinic, 803 So. Street, Suite 2, Milbank, South Dakota 57252, prior to September 15, 1999. 605-432-9561 Fax 605-432-9562 In honor of their 45th wedding anniversary, there will be an open house for Donald "Shorty" and Beatrice (Riemann) Ross on Saturday, Sept. 18, 1999 at the Ortonville VFW Clubroom, from 4 to 9 p.m. Shorty and Bea were married Sept. 18, 1954 in the Zion Church at Ortonville. The event will be hosted by their daughters and grandchildren. Please come and share your memories with us! Early Childhood / Family Education 0 N HOUSE Tuesday, Sept. 14, 1 6:30 to 8:00 in the Head Start/ECFE Room Come and find out what these classes have to offer you and your child. CURINT OFFERINGS: 1 Infant & Toddler Tuesdays 2:00-3:00 p.m. 2 2 & 3 year olds Tuesdays 4:00-5:30 p.m. 3 2 & 3 year olds Tuesdays 6:00-7:30 p.m. 4 4 & 5 year olds Thursdays 4:00-5:30 p.m. 5 4 & 5 year olds Thursdays 6:00-7:30 p.m. parent and child must be enrolled. STARTING DATE: Sept. 28, 1999 Sept. 28, 1999 Sept. 28, 1999 Sept. 30, 1999 Sept. 30, 1999 are Vicki Arndt, 839-2431, and Heather Eastman, 273-2395. School - 839-6181, ext. 102 Sign up for Door Prizes! 47 NW Second Street (Kaye building) Ortonville, MN - Contests - In-Store Specials - Free "FABRIC GIFT BAG" with $10 Purchase A FEW THINGS YOU WILL FIND... QUlLLOWS (made to order- choose From many patterns) • Polar Fleece Hats & Scarves • Wood Puzzles • Decorator Plates • Casserole Carriers • Dried Floral Cards * Kitchen Towels • Hand Towels • Dish Towels * Shelves • Watklns • Halloween • Thanksgiving • Christmas • Fabric Bags • Barbie Clothes KIOs Tote Bags • Table Runners * Afghans • Baby Blankets * Fabric Baskets Just For Fun - Gifts For Everyone - Sweet Things Jams & Jellies Are Backl OPEN THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM A FEW THINGS TO WATCH FOR... 8 - Senior Citizen Day, 9am-5pm CCT. 9 - Tupper Bingo, 3-5pro (Nov. 13, Dec, 4) Make & Take Stamping Class, 10am-3pm OCT. 29 - Avon Open House, 9am-5pm iNDEPENDE!NTI irm(m=i  l ,  "A ConsurJNe  n A lNe Commuy" I ORTONVILLE'S SWIM TEAM for 1999 finished up their season recently. Pictured in back, left to right, are Coach Rachael Lien, Morgan Simonitch, Leah McLaughlin, Stacy Wiegman, Sarah Karels, Nicole Pfleger and Assistant Coach Bekka Zahrbock. Middle row, Kristl'n Barr, Caitlin Iarr, Allssa Tinklenberg and Alexis Barr. In front are Kelsey Watkins, Colleen McLaughlin and Amanda Thyne. Not pictured are Jenna Radermacher, Candice Rushford and Caitlin Spors. The girls won meets this year in Benson, Dawson, at home with Canby and Dawson, and a cluster meet in Dawson. Rises enjoy Alaska, Canada 3-week trip John and Violet Rise recently enjoyed a trip to Canada and Alaska' for three weeks. First stop was Minot, ND, and then they entered Canada to Saskatchewan to Banff, Alberta to Calgary, home of the 1988 Winter Olympics, Olympic Park to view the ski lifts. Banff to Jasper, Canada in Rockies at the Chateau Lake Louise, Jasper to Prince George, Prince Rupeht. They caught the ferry and enjoyed the scenery to Juneau, Alaska State Capital tour of city on ferry again to Skagway to Whitehorse and White Pass to Yukon Route Railroad. Whitehorse to Tok traveling the Alaska highway to Tok the dog sled capital of the World Travel Alcon Highway to Delta Junction next stop North Pole, had the Salmon Bake at Fairbanks, gold panning at little Eldorado Gold Camp stop to view the Alaska pipeline next the Discovery Riverboat Cruise to Chena and Tanana Rivers, Fairbanks to Denale then to Anchorage, board the Alaska Railroad short tide to Whittier then the boat for the 26 glacier cruise, through Prince Wilkiam, back to Washington, then Minneapolis, home for five days, then Aug. "3, they left for Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Among the highlights of the trip were viewing the beautiful fjords tiding the fast train seeing the site of the 1994 Winter Olympic games in Lotthammer, a ship museum at Stockholm, then after 12 days of a great trip they left Stockholm to Minneapolis then home Aug. 15. fltkknO on the Pann- ’,oR! Now You Can Find A Home Improvement Loan In The Neighborhood Of 2-8°00 APR* @ Below market rates for Minnesota homeowners! The Great Minnesota Fix.up Fund: Repair, remodel, expand-- the lower your income, the lower your interest rate! Home Energy Loans: Save money with improvements like a new furnace, central air, replacement windows or insulation. No maximum household income limit. Access/bility Loans: Make your home accessible for a resident with a disability. Install a ramp, widen hallways, add an accessible bathroom or bedroom. No maximum household income limit. Choose your own contractor or do the work yourself. Call us today for a neighborly rate! \\; Member FDIC "Because we care!" CenBank P.O. Box 306 • 113 NW 1st Street • Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-6123 • 1-800-335-8920 • Fax 320-839-6127 www.cenbank.com "Annual Percentage Rate irmml E MINNESOTA HOUSING RNANCE AGENCY EQUAL HOUSING LENDER Ths is not an offer to enter into an interest rate or discount point agreement Such an offer may only be made in compliance wib  provons contained in Minnesota Statute 47.206, subd. 3 and 4 (1987 supplement). II I I I I Ill