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October 6, 1998

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RIG STONE AREA UNLIMITED has A q- The annual banquet Friday evening at the • r Sulpe r Club of llle, and these lucky home some great auction. Above, m Chamberlain of  took home "Jake', a _. old AKC registered puppy, donated by Kennels of Morris. At  Hasslen of Ortonville, on this Rranite duck =re, donated by local ld Bailey of Odessa. 200 people attended  banquet, which lilent auctions, raffles, LOSE 30 LBS. Why weight? CALL TOLL FREE 888-373-6958 a),s of wildlife prints f .4% } ets t ......... 3.11 - ............ ""i'. ........ 4.48 ! Oct. 6, 1997 at ...................... 3.71  ...................... 2,10 irles Dybevik r held children were born. 8 be started work for Cold Rellingham for H Charles Spring Granite. He worked there until 1980. Charles and Dianne then moved to her parents farm and farmed until his death. Death came to Charles, Oct. 1, 1998; at the Ortonville Hospital. He had reached the age of 63 years, 2 months and 22 days. Charles was a past member of the Agassiz Town Board, Bellingham School Board and treasurer of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. He enjoyed telling stories to family and friends, driving around looking at the crops, ris Finsand officiated. al songs were sung, with :aler al the organ.  I' Pallbearers were friends Spring Granite. Active ! Included. Kimber Roehl, i on, Robert Kunde, LeRoy " aleal Heinrich, Wayne )avid Wellnitz and Crai g / aoncluding services were  .Ul's Lutheran Cemetery harles Dvbevik was born and especially being around his 1.5 in Madison, to parents grandchildren. . Amanda (Schmaal) Charles is survived by his wife .He was baptized and Dianne of rural Bellingham, two ato the Christian Faith at children; Lynn and husband Monty l."  Church of Madison. Athey of Big Stone City, SD, and  attended school in Timothy and wife Rebecca Lund of 1 graduating from the Dominican Republic, two ;)" High School in 1953 grandchildren Ashley and Jackson "ol he started farming witia Athey and mother-in-law Lorraine "iCharles was united in Sumner. eb. 3, 1962, to Dianne Charles was preceded in death by lta Paul's Lutheran church his parents, brothers; Arthur, Warren DAVE'S RTING GOODS 2nd Street • Ort0nville, MN 56278 • (320) 839-2643 BUY A REGULAR PRICE or SLAMMER ff the rack the stairs! :'!:L3i • -4:2 ¸ ::: Yihk:'bbon loninder. . . .:c Regular ograms For more information call 1-800-ACS-2345 Save this paper for recycling D 4¸• HOMECOMING KING AND QUEEN CANDIDATES rode in the homecoming parade Friday afternoon. Shown from left to right are Matt Karels, Laura Lantis, Mark Lindquist, Rich Raffety, Liz Olson, Mike Graham and Jeremy Iverson. Emergency rules for Lake Oahe, Waubay Lake adopted October. On Lake Oahe, the emergency rule allows anglers to keep only one wail- eye 18 inches or longer in the daily limit. This rule affects all Missouri River.waters from the Oahe Dam at Pierre north to the North Dakota bor- der. On Waubay Lake in northeastern South Dakota, two emergency rules have been adopted. Walleyes must be at least 16 inches long to be kept by The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission adopted emer- gency rules for walleye fishing on two South Dakota lakes. The emergency rules for Lake Oahe and Waubay Lake will take effect October 1 and run through the end of the year. Identical measures have also been proposed for 1999. The GFP Commission will consider final action on the 1999 rules at its meeting in Comfortable Reading " "Newspapers come into your home, almost like part of your family. You [ greet them in your bathrobe, carry them into your breakfast room, lounge I with them in the den. They may be the only companions you actually take with you into the bathroom." / . - ASNE Bulletin, a publication produced, by managing edito j Baby shower for Rachel Hoernemann An open house baby shower will be held for Rachel Hoernemann, daughter of Bruce and Sheila, at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 10th in the basement of the Ortonville Library. the angler. All walleyes under 16 inches must be released immediately. In addition, anglers on Waubay will be allowed to keep only one walleye 20 inches or longer in the daily limit. In both cases, the purpose of the emergency rules is to reduce the har- vest of bigger walleyes. Similar rules have been proposed by the GFP Commission for 1999 in an effort to provide long-term stability to the walleye population in both lakes. - ...... .. .... Me INNEY FARM RENTAL , 'i ] Rentals by hour, day or week. 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