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September 15, 1998

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Winners in Junior/Senior Golf Tournament WINNERS IN THE NINE AND UNDER DIVISION, from left to right are Nathan Nordly and Curt Bystol in first place, Alissa and Beth Tinklenberg in second, and Travis and Glenn Radermacher in third. e IN THE 10-11 YEAR OLD DIVISION are first place winners Jordan Zehrin]ger and Tim Toner, second place winners Dan and Lori Larson, and third place winners Mike and Dan Nelson. 12-13 YEAR OLD DIVISION WINNERS are, first place winners and Randy Stock, Corv and Ed Tollefson in second place, and Ben a" nd Brent Zahrbock in thltrd. IN THE 14-17 YEAR OLD DIVISION, Kelly and Dave Larson took first lace, Matt Pfinsten and Melanie Wiegman second, and Jon adermacher thtrd. Not pictured is Liz Radermacher, also in third. WINNERS OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT. In first place was Andy Ross with senior Scott Sandber second place winners Mike Sandberg with senior Roger Sandberg, and third place winners Tracy Grossman with senior Char Grossman. [ INDEPENDENT WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS*. ] Engaged Bellingham school news Bruce and Dianne Engebretson of Big Stone City, SD, announce the engagement of their daughter, Chastity, of 411 Medayto Drive in Spicer, to Mike Dolezal, also of Spicer, son of Mike and Vicky Dolezal of Willmar. Chastity is a 1992 graduate of Ortonville High School and a 1994 graduate of Alexandria Tech, having received an AAS degree in Marketing and Sales Management. She is working in Design/Sales at the Floor- to-Ceiling Store in Willmar. Mike is a 1993 graduate of Willmar High School and attended Southwest Technical College in the Fluid Power course. He is working as a machinist at Willmar Manufacturing. The couple plan an Oct. 10, 1998, wedding at Calvary Luthern Church in Willmar. Son born to Joe, Jennifer Wiik Joe and Jennifer Wiik of Big Stone City, SD announce the birth of their son Jacob Joseph Wiik born Thursday, Sept. 10 at St. Bernards Hospital in Milbank, SD. Jacob weighed 7 lbs. 11 oz. and measured 19 3/4 inches. Grandparents are Bill and Deb Wiik and Rick and Deb Barnhardt all of Big Stone City. Coming events The Big Stone Co. Horticulture Club will meet Monday, Sept. 20 at 1:30 p.m. at Ruth Dittes home. Program will be on "grapes". Video Starlab Planetarium Bellingham Elementary was privileged to borrow a portable starlab fro frs,,,, the SW/WC Service Coopere's Media Center for the first week o'his school year. The children crawled through a tunnel and into the darkened dome. Mr. Sheldon and Mrs. Strei led students on a guided tour of the starfield and constellations. Different cylinders were used on Wednesday and Friday mornings to project the stars and constellations on the dome of the skylab. Students enjoyed identifying the constellations of the birth month, as well as characters from Greek and Native American Mythelogy. Skylab creates a unique learning environment for virtually every level of education. It is a necessary teaching tool for studying astronomy in the light of day. This year the starlab was a super introduction to our 98-99 school theme! Decorate A Star Students received a large piece of white paper with a star in the middle. Everyone decorated their stars in various ways with markers, making each one unique. The final artistic endeavor was placing their hands in paint and making a handprint on each side of the star. "Handprints of the BES Stars". Mrs. Hoffman, Mrs. Radermacher and Mrs. Snaza were in charge of this center. Gang Activity Speaker Sgt. Julie Asmus has many years of experience irr dealing with gangs through the Willmar Police Dept. She will provide the public, parents, teachers and others interested with information of the "identifiers" to look for in recognizing someone who has be come affiliated with a gang. The presentation will be on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 2 locations--4 p.m. at the Dawson High School Auditorium and 7 p.m. at the Madison Elementary gym. This is sponsored by the LqP Local Coordinating Council, LqP Valley Community Ed. Program, Dawson- Boyd School GOALS 2000, and Madison and Dawson Lutheran Brotherhood Branches. TID-BITS *The Library is looking for any age appropriate VCR tapes that you may no longer use. Please drop off in office. Thank-you, Sandy Haugen p.m.-5:00 Parade; 5:30 Burger Supper '*SCHOOL DISMISSES ,AT 2:30 TODAY** Wednesday, 9-16 6th grade Environmental Fair in Madison Depot open 1:30-4:30 Girls BB practice 3-5 Thursday, 9-17 Girls BB practice 3-5 Saturday. 9-19 Depot open 1:30- 4:30 MENU Breakfast Monday--Biscuits, sausage gravy, apple slice or apple juice, milk Tuesday--Pancakes, pears, grape Thursday sauce, green beans, and milk Friday--MacarC carrots, pears, bread, milk. Girls Basketball September 14, October Thursdays ***** ParentsPlease and unsold raffle school with your morning. THANKS !! juice, milk. Wednesday--Orange y h muffins, cherry yogurt, applesauce or Stor our grape-apple juice, milk 4 5 year-oldS Thursday--Ham & egg omelet, toast, banana or orange juice, milk. Friday--Sausage egg bake, toast, apple sauce or apple juice, milk. Lunch Monday--Hamburger patty on bun. cheese lettuce, tomato, oven baked french fries, potato salad, chocolate cake, bread, milk. Tuesday--Meatballs in gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, applesauce bars, bread, milk. Wednesday--Chicken nuggets, potato wedges, mixed vegetables, mixed fruit gelatin, bread, milk. Ortonville pul: begin the bedtime on Oct. 1. 1998. held each Thursday n?: to 7:30 p.m. This program and will 1998. Parents of five years old may at the or child will library card. twenty children, so soon. *The depot will be open .... Tuesday, September 15 3-6 p.m. Wednesday,, September 16 1:30-4:30 will be shown. -.- ..Crn/..,) r ,, i;. J'/, l'bl,G, , TarA.l-.. ,OJE ..,.GEESE. last .................. ** * ,-,,,,, r-  19 1:30-4:30  'Homrig[au'seh,'ie of Ortohvilli and nraa Hanson- Laurel Club will meet Tuesday, p.m. SD. (Photo by Bud's Bait) Sept. 22, at the Golf Club at 12 noon. Tuesday, 9-15 Depot open 3-6 Bridal shower for Chastity Engebretson Slot Jackpots Choose from an ATV, a golf cart, a jet ski, a lawn tractr Enjoy great live music every weekend. emortes of Elvls" September 4th & Free "Dakota Players Club" TuesdaY' Play for valuable bonus points & daily cash your There will be an open house bridal shower in honor of Chastity Engebretson, bride-to-be of Mike Dolezal, on Saturday, Sept. 19, beginning at 1 p.m. at First English Lutheran Church, 9 NW 3rd St., Ortonville. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Bring favorite recipe. Open house set for Jorgensen golden An open house honoring Alvin and Dorothy Jorgensen on their 50th wedding anniversary will be held Sept. 26th from 1 to 4 p.m. at their home in Bellingham. No gifts please. Barn revival this week at Brandt's Hear radio evangelist Rev. Henry Vanderbush this weekend with a message for rural America at the 14th annual "Barn Revival" at the Rodger Brandt farm. The barn revival will be held this Friday and Saturday, Sept. 18 and 19 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 20 at 2:30 p.m. Dress casual for the event. The Brandt farm is located four miles west on County Road 6, one mile north ort County Road 61, 2/3 miles west of Clinton or seven miles south and 1 1/3 miles east of Barry. pp Golly Wally... Don't lose your arc now that you're 40! Love 00INDEPENDENT Page 10