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m youth take honors Punt, Pass, Kick event area youth took part Gatorade Punt, Pass COmpetition hosted by Jaycee's on Sept. 26th. earned top hon- respective age groups, place winners now to a Sectional copet- Oct. llth in St. Rosa, sion Carrie Olson, Educator 4-H DO FOR YOUR 3hal 4-H Week, and I'd the 4-H Community ram in this column. hear the question, "What My Family?" can" experiences each other the community interests a Sense of togetherness each other's Members to Learn With more than 100 from which to choose, build on past success or lgng new experiences. families model making, help children and gain skills that GIRLS, 8-9 YEAR OLDS, left to right, are Erin Peterson, second place; Kayla Devorak, third place; and Tiffany Giese, first place. BOYS 14-15 YEAR OLDS, left to right, are Travis Ninneman, second place; and Blake Schmieg, first place. Old Mill Twirlers The Old Mill Twirlers enjoyed dancing to Dennis Mineau with three squares on Wednesday evening. There were guests from Watertown, Sisseton and Peever. Ben Miller from Revillo, SD will call at the Wednesday, Oct. 7th dance. This will be promotion night, anyone interested in learning to square dance is invited to this dance. The lunch committee is: Hank and Dorothy Prasnicki and Leland Schwandt. Upcoming dances are: Oct. 14 Gene Hofmann calling. The Old Mill Twirlers dance on Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. in the Milbank high school lunchroom. Please use the east door. Guests are always welcome. ( Save this paper for recycling r It's Pretty  Nifty That She's 50 on Oct. 10th! LOVE, Donald, Angle, Mark, Tim, Kim, Sandra, Barb, Jon, Malinda, Justin, Samantha, Christopher, Daniel and Alex II JOHNSON FARMB TRg00 Walhalla, ND is looking for OTR drivers and owner- operators. Our top drivers are making $48,000. These benefits: No Northeast runs Late Model Equipment 90% of loads, 1 pick, 1 00rop. ,oa00s no Call the toll-free number 8 a.m.-5 p.m. II III I II I II IIII Parents help their possibilities.  BOYS, 8-9 YEAR OLDS, left to right, are leremy Selln, first place; I-- -- m make wise ch0iees Daniel Thompson, second place; and Cody Sigler, third place. 2 I interests, skills and :hes Famiiy citizenship' iin 4-H are encouraged to ! : 1  "'. ,11" ! 1 iii . 1 " ' .ns by carrying a part of Pmg make good decisions I I g with others. Parents etical role models for all I I le club. Members learn insteps The steps are ,,P I  Plt llily, club and communitYw ' Emplo0000ment It is a hands-on wayof Onsibility and the po er I I 0gether. ; respect for a young Crests and work teaches I I t "Supprtsfferat they have somethingF a mil .y  .' 1%onus i .I 'ons In a busy world xt I[] I that children are pulled in n, parents in another 4-H I/m [] I! ..COmmon experience that i ,i ;;, lnes talking together about GIRLS, 10-11 YEAR OLDS, left to right, are Jessica Eastman, I rm.hexperiences. ResearChchildren and youth share ;c2nd place; Ashley Welberg' first place; and Megan Cratt, thrd ' Limited Time Only! s of their parents and and look to them when 9Ortant decisions in their m InVolvement is Key tla $7.00 / Hour Starting Wage I| ess By supporting be !Wthlleir experienceChild' parentspossible.ensure " Guaranteed Raise in 90 Days I I tth the club, the projects irship of a local program Sales Bonus Program / I that the adult cares, and ' give of time and energy. lteedaspectsStrngof theiradUltlives.rle Great Benefit Package I late all the 4-H families e (ounty during National I NEW Flexible Scheduling I e parents and children Ogether for a better I " Now Working With: I If you would like more n about the 4-H I I lubprogram, pleasefeel Sports Illustrated, Discover Card, at the University of BOYS 10-11 YEAR OLDS, left to right, are Travis Hillman, first [] place; Alex Dawald, second place; and Jordan Zehringer, third place. Service, Big Office in the lower in Ortonville. )CK 57 Ceaffied Watchmaker BOYS 12-13 YEAR O(.DS, left to right, are Michael Erickson, first place; Andrew Lee, third place; and Benjamin Zahrbock, second place. / I I I I I I Qwest/LCI Long Distance Call or stop in today and talk with Rachel. Telnet Systems, Inc. 107 Flynn Drive, Suite 300 Milbank, South Dakota 57252 I ---- (o5) 439134 _ , I II I mmmmlmmmmmmnnmmmmmmm) I I I I I I I I m m m 6, 1998  INDEPENDENT Page 3b