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aniel wins first place in iNDEPENDENT' Arcllery Tournament ........... - ..... 1 m=.-,t.,va . =. 11 ii Fil r ]] i,|t.l,h]=m--- .... :.=1 McDaniel of Ortonville first place in the State Archery i 3-D Archery ',. last July. '( a member of the club, scored 294 ixssible 300 points with his Solo cam bow in the freestyle class. The of 30 life-sized which he says are for hunting .... ,, shoot, shooters are given a hit in the heart, eight s lungs, and five points "It was just a hot said. "I had lung hits with all the competed in a class of r Other shooters, with around because of the of hitting the ten ring animal target at he says. "The 'ardage is also a big season starts." says a lot of credit for finish is due to Bob technical knowledge nay shooting immensely in "he said. 3-D archery has helped what his strengths and are, and what needs to be the future. McDaniel both children and archery to become sport. LOSE 30 LBS. Why weight? CALL TOLL FREE 888-373-6958 Twirlers Mill Twirlers enjoyed Prasnicki with two )n Wednesday evening. guests from Peever. from Sioux Falls our Club's Halloween Oct. 28. committee is Emil and and Gene and Stella dancers are: Nov. 4 - 11 - Dennis Van 14 State Festival at Mill Twirlers dance on at 8 p.m. in the school lunchroom. east door. Guests are TAKING FIRST PLACE in the Minnesota State Archery Association's 3-D Archery Tournament held last July is Dr. Ronn McDaniel of Ortonville. McDaniel scored 294 out of a possible 300 points to win the tourney, which consists of hitting 30 life-sized animal targets at a vari- ety of distances. Area students on Natl. Dean's List A total of seven students from this area are among the more than 120,000 students included in the twenty-first annual edition of The National Dean's List, honoring high achieving college students. Stacy Weeding of Ortonville, attending UND at Grand Forks, ND, and Jeff Mills of Clinton, attending North Dakota State University, were among those included on the list. Students are selected for this honor by college deans, registrars or honor society advisors and must be in the upper 10 percent of their class. Other area students recognized in the " book include Holly Kuechenmeister and Ross Reiffenberger of Bellingham, Jessica Croatt of Madison and Kimberly Hansen and Angela Veen of Milbank, SD. i i i - i/ QUALITY CLOCK _RE, PAIR Antique Mantle 400"Day Anniversary Striking Chiming CRAIG RANDLEMAN LLIL 320-839-2357 ta Certified kmaker - Watchmaker Call After 6 p.m. for Eatimates COUNTER FOR CONVENIENI ORDER FORM CARTWRIGHT DRUG & GIFTS Ortonville MN 56278 Phone (320) 839-6102 PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE LEADERS BOSSES i:i Driz00e Safely WITH TRICK-OR-TREATERS OUT THIS SATURDAY. Happy Halloween from the oggenbucks! OGRE$SlYE & GLASS CENTER, INC. Steve and Linda Roggenbuck 'SE 2nd SL Ortonville, MN 56278 * (320) 839-2255 THE ROGGENBUCKS. In back are Steve, lorden and Linda; in front, D/llan, Dustin and Jason. P October is Co-op Month October is Co-op Month in Minnesota and across the country. It is a time to celebrate the working together of people through coopera- tives to improve their economic con- ditions, reduce risk to their livelihood and to provide themselves services not available or affordable elsewhere. This ye's theme is Cooperatives: Seize the Advantage. Cooperatives are different from other businesses. In cooperatives the members own the business, control the business and receive the benefits. This ownership structure gives cooperatives a tremen- dous advantage. The jobs and services cooperatives provide are important to the economy and social fabric of Minnesota. The benefits of the cooperative stay in the local community. Minnesota has more cooperatives and cooperative members than any other state. People continue to form new cooperatives to provide goods and services, gain access to markets, and increase their financial viability. We in Minnesota have a long and proud tradition of working together for mutual benefit. THE ROB AND KATHY RANDALL FAMILY are the October Farmers of the Month. They farm approximately six miles northeast of Ortonville. From left to right in back are Ross and Jill, and in front are Rob and Kathy. See inside this section for this month's Farmer of the Month feature. PRINTING Is Our Business THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT k,= RE-ELECT BIG STONE COUNTY AUDITOR PATTISON PROVEN, RECOGNIZED ABILITY DEDICATED TO BIG STONE COUNTY RESIDENTS Ad inserted and paid for by the candidate in her own behalf, RR 1, Box 292, Ortonville, MN 56278. Thank you for your leadership in introducing and supporting HR2835 for Montevideo Downtown Revitalization. This is very impor- tam to the future of Montevideo. We appreciate your support. Montevideo Chamber Economic Development Board in advance of th, - o_een proviclin people I talk to are aware of your effortr, and they appreciate it. Congressman Colhn Peterson We are writing to thank you for your support of proper- ty tax reform, and particularly rental housing tax relief. Minnesota Multi- Housing Ass'n On behalf of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Minnesota, we want to express our sincere apprecia- tion for your support of .08 as the illegal BAC on the first offense in Minnesota. Mothers Against Drunk Driving On behalf of the Minnesota Smoke-Free Coalition, I want to thank you for your sup- port in helping to pass legislation designed to reduce youth access to tobacco. smoke Free 2000 The Minnesota Crop production Retailers would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support of agriculture and agribusi- hess this past legislative session. Minnesota Crop Production Retailers On behalf of the Board of Regents of the University of Minnesota, I want to express our deepest grati- tude for your support of the University of Minnesota during the 1998 legislative session. University of Minnesota Board of Regents On behalf of the producers in M:- Wheat & mneso I ot the On.goiYn Our sup. project at the 8 Minnesota The Ortonville Board of Education wishes to thank you for your legislative efforts in secur- ing a $200,000 grant to be used for technolo- gy in the next few years. OrtonviUe Public School Board