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gham Clinic now open F()R -FA" I'E R EPR I:.% EN !1"1 VF CLINIC OPENING ' Sue Ohm, and Marie Assistant Registered right) greeted and Sue drop in at the its opening day, coffee and cookies Mlo came to see the Clinic is located at C 113 3rd Ave., and is located in Parking is available of the building and is siDle bent lends itself easi y DAY, OCTOBER 15, 2002. Michael Deyo, Physician Assistant, Lila Plathe, Molden, Registered Medical Assistant. areas. Michael Deyo, Physician Assistant will have regular office hours on Tuesday and Fridays, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. each week. Dr. Larry Grong, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics will be on the schedule monthly Bellingham Clinic is a satel- lite service of Lac qui Parle Clinic of Madison which handles all appoint- ments and billing. The Bellingham Clinic is modeled after the of the Marietta Clinic which opened two years as a subsidiary of the Lac qui Parle Clinic. Many people can save themselves time and mileage bv using these clinic facilities, espe- cially for routine care and minor ill- nesses. Call 320-598-7551, Lac qui ii i iiill ii PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE IINFORMEO .5 :i ..... " " ] LeAnn Pederson Birthdays named to honors list at Concordia As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Tuesday, Oct. 22 Merebetll"Monson Kusiek, Roger Jensen, Paula Coursey, Sue Ann Puder, Stephen David Kraus, Aimee Marie McEwen, Denise Klapel, Benjamin Gere Wednesday, Oct. 23 Joel Knip, Stephanie Cartwright, Rebecca S. Callahan, Benjamin Waits, Libby Lindahl, Robert Ross, Lorraine Hines, Jenny Wieman, Dave Harder, Tiffany Mielitz, Shirley Fredricks Thursday, Oct. 24 Judy Nichols, Michael David Kusiek, Ruth- Benson, Ann Helgeson, Kathryn Dayton, Joseph M. Fuller, Lisa Dorry Ross, Mark Hughes Fdday, Oct. 25 Susan Van Hour, Mark Scholberg, Leonard Olson, Jason Jay Schmidt, Shelby Elliott, Sarah Gilles, Ken Karels, Carol Brandt, Erika Scoblic Saturday, Oct. 26 Sharon Brecke Alexander, Bruce Swigerd, Nicole Thompson, Shawn Magee, Dan Kraemer, Adam Barnhardt, Evelyn Peterson, Jim Hausauer, Landon Dybdal, Kelly Carlson Sunday, Oct. 27 Dr. Todd Stolpman, Ryan Arndt, Dennis Schnaser, Teri Wolner, David Tonn, Meghan Streed, Gregory Sotebeer Monday, Oct. 28 Ruth Ann Gloege, David Dinnel, Sr., David Ellingson, Michelle Leger Wester, Dorothy Tillman, Louis Voeltz, Grace Kanten, Julie Biever, Scott Larson Tuesday, Oct. 29 Kurt Streed, Michelle Kusiek, Gordon Strobel, Lisa Folkens Streed, Brice Kuefler, Dusten Kuefler, Kelsey Reisdorph, Karie Henneberg, Dr. Linda Johns,m and Dr. James Forde, interim co-vice presidents for academic affairs and deans of the college, have announced the names of students whose superior academic achievement during the second semester of the 2001-02 academic year placed them on the Dean's Honor List. LeAnn Pederson has been named to the Dean's Honor List. She is the daughter of Alan and Phyllis Pederson of Ortonville. To qualify for the designation, students must carry a minimum of 12 semester credits and have a grade point average of at least 3.7 on a 4.0 scale. According to Deans Forde and Johnson, being named to the Honor List is a significant accomplishment for the student. II II I I I I I Aaron Peterson District 2OA LET'S SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT... A recent advertisement in your local newspaper from the Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) grossly mis-portrays my stance on partial-birth abortions, For the record, I OPPOSE partial-birth abortion and would support legislation to eliminate this practice. As a candidate, I have been bombarded with questionnaires from a host of special-interest and single-interest groups. They all pose black-or-white questions and allow no room for anyone to deviate from their "party line" - even when the issues are complex. If you want to know where I stand on an issue, ask me - don't rely on second-hand information or groups with their own agendas. Call me at 320- 226-1737. I welcome your thoughts, concerns and questions. 1 Pa,:l lot by People lU Peteson, ,/ tz *'. Harold Windrstad, Cha  0t4, oa, N Wtic' Parle Clinic, Madison for appoint- a wailing room, a area, and storage Anita Leger, Dr. Rodger Schneck, YOUR PLANT FOOD THIS FALL We can handle all your plant food needs... Custom applied anhydrous ammonia or dry fertilizer. (I) Custom-applied nRr0gen in the fall saves you timefor other work that needs to be done before-freeze-up. (2) You get a faster, more complete application when you let us do your fertilizer for you with NO INTERRUPTION! (3) Anhydrous is met'ered"withDickey-John monitor. .... No guessing, no waste of fertilizer and time. NH 3 APPLIED with our 27 ft. John Deere true-depth chisel plow. TWO NH 3 CUSTOM APPLICATION RIGS with a 50 ft. bar and Dickey-John metering system. FIVE AIR SPREADERS for dry plant food needs. v' Placing early seed orders this fall v' Soil testing service v' Fall-applied Dual II Magnum Our five-year study shows it's better than spring-applied, no streaks. v' Partners In Production Financing Applying nitrogen in the fall is cheaper than spring fertilizing. GET A JUMP ON NEXT SPRING WITH FALL APPLIED DUAL II MAGNUM. TALK TO YOUR DEALER TODAY. A Complete Une of Seed including Croplon Novartis Stine ...... UI .A I _ ] IBIIIII I J l ..... I II I .... I I ._A ..... A Stronger, Longer, Better Herbicide Decrease your risk. Don't take chances, especially with the weather. Get the benefit of custom fall application. BIG STONE Call Today! Next spring you'll be glad you did. 00PERATIVE 1-800-325-1132, 320-325-5221 or 320-839-6187 .Clinton .Ortonville .Milbank " .x 'i INDEPENDENT Page 3b