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on daughter hosts two inent world leaders Callahan, daughter of Nelson of rural husband, recently British Prime Minister and former first at recent fundrais- TX. ts the wife of Michael of Northwest Texas Photo to the side, you see by R.osanna and in lower side photo, ,r flanked by the was keynote speak- fundraiser for the Network and University Health by the hos- challenges fac- in the 21st cen- out crowd of over 800 54, Thatcher was the first history to be She was re- until she resigned in Thatcher is chancellor University in was in Amarillo and a March luncheon spon- to help launch literacy project hospital. crowd of more than Bush talk about her and the development Bush Foundation for which she founded 's presidency in 1 the luncheon, Bush fh'st book for the pro- mother at Northwest to kick off the pro- Eye from page !) patients ranging from two months to as old as Special methods of Ye problems in young are unable to read charts. "We use assess visual acuities ) do not yet know their as a cei'tified at St. Luke's Chris attended tate University. After MSU he moved to where he attended :rsity College of ar years later, he a Doctor of to come back to this thought it was best kids," Traci says. itvery friendly, and we get involved in church - "We would like to in the community for feel welcome, and in for our open prizes and meet and I look forward to care needs of the area to come." Council Page One) ything this way," h Mittelsteadt Was referred back to Lg and in order for them a flat fee structure to council. Sonja Pinkert of Area Chamber of an additional city this year, and received $800 from SD to cover this Dave Ellingson council members s about the chamber tt was supposed to aren't getting I'm a bit giving you more chamber has told request when they ceremonies services, and that a break in financing to come, since receive $2-4,000 SD. voted 4-3 to grant $4,600 to finish COUncil members Mei Gustafson and Butch caSting the dissenting No cars stored at BSC fairgrounds Boats and campers will be put into storage at the Big Stone County Fairgrounds on Sunday, Oct. 18, 1998 at 11 a.m. Please note the change in the day from the past few years. It was decided at the Aug. I 1 Fair Board meeting that no cars will be stored at the Fairgrounds this year. In the past the cars have been stored in the Industrial Building, however, the floor is in need of repair so that additional weight is a concern. The board requests that when storing your boat or camper this year, if youean't be there that you be sure that you have someone who will stay with your unit until it is stored. No unit witl be stored ithom payment being made that day. When you store a unit at the Fairgrounds it is for six months; Cost for storage this year is: Boat,'f5 feet and under - $40, Boats t6 feet and over - $50, Campers and Coaches 25 feet and under - $60 and Campers and Coaches over 25 feet - $75. Any questions call Elaine Gustafson at 325-5963. Court report (Week of Sept. 7, 1998) MINNESOTA HWY PATROL Michael Paul Arndt, Ortonville, Seatbelt Violation, Fined $25, Surcharge $14.75, Court Costs $10. Erik Michael Sorenson, Montevideo, Speeding 69/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $18.50, Court Costs $15. Jeffery Allen Binger, Spicer, Speeding 88/55, Fined $145, Surcharge $33.50, Court Costs $15. Daniel Leon Eystad, Morns, Speeding 72/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $20, Court Costs $15. Gory Richard Stallman, Big Stone City, SD, Minor Consumption/Driver/ Fined $45, Surcharge $30, Court Costs $15. Samuel S. Wollmann. Graceville, Speeding 77/55, Fined $65, Surcharge $21.50, Court Costs $15. ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. Caleb.James Truax, Jr., Robbinsdale, Illegal U-Turn, Fined $45, Surcharge $18.50, Court Costs $15. DNR Aaron Douglas Zahn, Ortonville, Unsigned Waterfowl Stamp, Fined $15, Surcharge $24, Court Costs $15. YEAR WARRANTY on all parts and service of units we sell! Save this paper for recycling 33rd reunion for Rothi Cousins The five Lawrence Rothi children, Bob, Ann, Nola, John and Jerry and their spouses hosted the 33rd annual "c, ousin get-together" with a progressive style party last weekend in Ortonville. Thirteen cousins and spouses joined at Bob and Bonnie Rothi's farm for greetings and hers d'oeuvres. From there they progressed to supper at Club 7-75 in rural Odessa, and then on to Fred and Nola Lockwood's for their annual meeting on what they've been up to the past year. They enjoyed many Ole and Lena jokes over dessert. The party resumed Sunday morning with breakfast at the Orton(,ille golf clubhouse and an interesting tour of the Big Stone County Historical Museum with a special presentation by Charles Hanson. Baby shower for Karels grandson An open house baby shower will be held in honor of Christopher Riley Parker, son of James and Joan (Karels) Parker this Saturday, Sept. 19 at Our Place Cafe in Bellingham. Lunch will be served at 9:30 a.m. with a program folowwing at 10 a.m. Guard Pvt. Pearson finishes basic training Army National Guard Pvt. Russell R. Pearson has graduated from basic military training at Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, MO. Pearson if the son of Dennis C. and Bonnie G. Pearson of rural Bellingham. Markets No. 1 Wheat ...................... 2.77 Soybeans ........................... 4.79 Corn ................................... 1.45 Sept. 15, 1997 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.82 Soybeans ........................... 6.22 Corn ................................... 2.15 UMVRDC Sept. meeting The Upper Minnesota Valley Regional Development Commission will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, Sept. 21, 1998 in the Super 8 Motel of Granite Falls located at 844 W. Hwy. 212, Granite Falls. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. ll} Sun Catchers O Crystal O Woodcrafts Candles O Gift Books O Photo Frames ' O Kim Anderson Figurines O Unique Trinket Boxes with Hats, / Shoes and Purses CYi " A, thsa"d Sandra-"x C gt-t.TJe :o:::s:o: (K.uck.P!at:-  ETresstons hoooing for \\; mew: cvw msq sterne / 211 5. Main Street -"' mas \\; fourth in a series ol / Milbank, 5D 57252 L tnroday!  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Left to right, in fronl, are Jason and Oillan;in back, Linda, Jorden, uustin and Steve. ,,,, CREWS REPLACED THE FLAG POLE at the Big Stone County court- house last week. Strong winds last month were enough to blow the pole, which had to be repaired in several places, off the top of the build- ing . STONE CARVING was one of the many art forms seen last weekend at the Western Art Annual Artist Camp, held at the Big Stone Camp of Big Stone City, SD. Shown above is Dennis Lutgen of Minneapolis, who is shown here wcarving a walleye. Do you have hard water or white scaling around faucets? Does your water leave red and black stains? Is there an odor in your water? Lee Well Drilling for Total Water Treatment We will take care of all your water problems with 1 unit Guaranteed. We also have drinking water systems. Renting and leasing available. 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