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brothers to perform for uqua Concert members Ken Waiters and trom- Waiters are Summit f],l artists and Yamaha lg Artists. Their last two v| Summit Records both the top 50 on the US jazz .are continually receiving ross the US Canada, EUrope and parts of the Far /Harry, with their backup [!appearing in Ortonville, 01 v. 3 at the Ortonville i t Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. ance here is under the the Chautauqua Concert  and is part of their 2003- I  series. ic of Ken and Harry e ! been featured on NPR's € Considered, NPR's Jazz I1 frarn, PRI's Jazz After has been used on a feature documentary by The i ¢tlrn. Auxiliary notes By Joyce Scherer, Secretary The American Legion Auxiliary Gertje Van Lith Unit 229 met at 7:30 pm on Oct. 14, 2003 at Legion Club. Thirteen members present. Hostesses were Lamoine Herrmann & Geraldine Van Hout. President called meeting to order. Secretary's minutes read,corrected and approved. Treasurer's report read and approved. Rehab - Shower Gifts sent and received at Hot Springs. Membership - At 95. Goal 115. Children & Youth - no report Dispatch & Poppy - no report Community Service - Geneve sent Ruth Hansen, Gold Star Mother birthday card and flower, Sharon Smith get well card; and Mary Ann Ulrich sympathy card & $5.00 memorial. Calendars - $177.85 collected so far. Thank you's read from Lee ,ii Lng of the artists they have Schroeder family, Sharon Smith and ";land/or recorded with are family and Amanda Nelson for L ,atra, Marc Anthony, KEN AND HARRY WALTERS and their back up trio will he performing scholarship. ,!,Tlliarns, AI Hirt, Harry this Monday, Nov. 3 at the OHS Auditorium in Ortonville. Sharon Smith reported Aaron took ,lipL, Jr., Toshiko Akiyoshi, 157 pairs of glasses to Lions Club in [J, The Platters, Marilyn Manhattan School of Music and stud- from Ken and Harry are Getting Milbank. tuTyllis Diller and Gladys ied privately with Wynton Marsalis. Sen" 1 Over Y,, A,,t,,,,,, Joan Anderson letter stresses ZeY have also worked with umenta ................... Some of the tunes you may hear Le v ]01e' Opry, The National a es, Moonlight in Vermont, All of October to be Education & .The Cincinnati Pops, and " " ..... Me, All the Things You Are, and Over Scholarship month. World. Harry was a fea- Will be constructing state the Rainbow. New business - Legion member Larry Roggenbuck asked the With the Army Blues Big highway projects in the Auxiliary members to decorate for Army Brass Band US and the US Army at Kennedy Center. both attended the Texas. Harry gas assistant at the Orleans (under is) and became the to date of the Dukes Ken went on to attend area. CALL BITUMINOUS PAVING, INC. for asphalt and seal coating services. Free estimates for driveways, • parking lots, roads, etc. 1-800-827-16:37 lnexpensive Way veterans supper Sat., Nov 15. Everyone to bring what decorations they may have to next meeting. Make A Difference Day - Member decided to take lunch to Habitat for Humanity workers. Elayne to make arrangements and call for help. Geneve made motion, seconded by Mar|lyn that we pay bills: Arvilla - $9.00 - postage Elayne - $12.80 - Bloodmobile supplies No further business. Next meeting Nov. llth is Auxiliary Birthday. Auxiliary will buy a cake for lunch. Haunted house this Thursday, Friday Are residents will enjoy a Halloween thrill at the third annual Haunted House this Thursday and Friday, Oct. 30-31 in the old clinic building next to the Ortonville Hospital. Inside the haunted house, people will experience scary music, fog, lights and much more. Anyone age 10 and under can attend the haunted house either day between 6:30 and 7 p.m. All ages are invited to the house between 7 and 9 p.m., both days. Admission tbr students is $2, and for adults is $3. The haunted house is sponsored by Ortonville Jaycees and Big Stone Lake Area Chamber of Commerce. t'EOILE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE i i ii i llll ,i Movable three-unit apartment building. Single stow, wood floor. Two bedrooms. Saturday, Nov. 1 11:00 AM BRANDT, S._.. OUT__.___H DAK._____OTA Auctioneer working for seller. TERMS: 20% down day of sale. Balance due on or before Dec. l, 2003. Taxes prorated. All other terms and conditions to be announced sale day. Announcements made sale day take precedence over written ads. Closing attorney: John Knight George W. Cook, owner For more details call real estate auctioneer - Nathan Tjaden • 605-876-3631 SDRE #10245 - Brandt, SD IBAVE TIME & MON BY APPLYING YOUR PLANT OD THIS FALL We can handle all your plant food needs... Custom applied anhydrous ammonia or dry fertilizer I (1) Custom-applied nitrogen in the fall saves you time for other work that  needs to be done before freeze-up. (2) You get a faster, more complete application when (3) Anhydrous is metered with Dickey-John monitor. you let us do your fertilizer for you with No guessing, no waste of fertilizer. NO INTERRUPTION! • Services Available At All Our Agronomy Locations • HAVE YOUR NH 3 APPLIED with one of our chisel plows. AIR SPREADERS for dry plant food needs.. €' Placing early seed orders this fall €' Soil testing service €' Fall-applied Dual II Magnum ® Our five-year study shows it's better than spring-applied, no streaks. €' Partners In Production Financing Applying nitrogen in the fall is cheaper than spring fertilizing. NH 3 CUSTOM APPLICATION RIG with a 50 ft. bar and Dickey-John metering system. GET A JUMP ON NEXT SPRING WITH FALL APPLIED DUAL II MAGNUM. TALK TO YOUR DEALER TODAY. A Complete Line of Seed including • Croplan • Syngenta • Asgrow ° Stine ° DeKalb Introducing a new addition to our agronomy staff...Kyle Kleindl! SOIL TESTING Now is the time to test your soil for proper recommendations for next year's crop! KYLE KLEINDL - Agronomy Production Specialist A Stronger, Longer, Better Herbicide Decrease your risk Don't take chances, especially wath fle weather. Get the benefit of custom fall application. Next spring you'll be glad you did. ® CALL ORDER TAT Clinton Ortonville 320-325-5221 320-839-6187 1-800-325-1132 Wilmot 605-938-4664 OOPERATIVE Browns Valley Sisseton 320-695-2576 605-340-9400 INDEPENDENT Page 11 m brothers to perform for uqua Concert members Ken Waiters and trom- Waiters are Summit f],l artists and Yamaha lg Artists. Their last two v| Summit Records both the top 50 on the US jazz .are continually receiving ross the US Canada, EUrope and parts of the Far /Harry, with their backup [!appearing in Ortonville, 01 v. 3 at the Ortonville i t Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. ance here is under the the Chautauqua Concert  and is part of their 2003- I  series. ic of Ken and Harry e ! been featured on NPR's € Considered, NPR's Jazz I1 frarn, PRI's Jazz After has been used on a feature documentary by The i ¢tlrn. Auxiliary notes By Joyce Scherer, Secretary The American Legion Auxiliary Gertje Van Lith Unit 229 met at 7:30 pm on Oct. 14, 2003 at Legion Club. Thirteen members present. Hostesses were Lamoine Herrmann & Geraldine Van Hout. President called meeting to order. Secretary's minutes read,corrected and approved. Treasurer's report read and approved. Rehab - Shower Gifts sent and received at Hot Springs. Membership - At 95. Goal 115. Children & Youth - no report Dispatch & Poppy - no report Community Service - Geneve sent Ruth Hansen, Gold Star Mother birthday card and flower, Sharon Smith get well card; and Mary Ann Ulrich sympathy card & $5.00 memorial. Calendars - $177.85 collected so far. Thank you's read from Lee ,ii Lng of the artists they have Schroeder family, Sharon Smith and ";land/or recorded with are family and Amanda Nelson for L ,atra, Marc Anthony, KEN AND HARRY WALTERS and their back up trio will he performing scholarship. ,!,Tlliarns, AI Hirt, Harry this Monday, Nov. 3 at the OHS Auditorium in Ortonville. Sharon Smith reported Aaron took ,lipL, Jr., Toshiko Akiyoshi, 157 pairs of glasses to Lions Club in [J, The Platters, Marilyn Manhattan School of Music and stud- from Ken and Harry are Getting Milbank. tuTyllis Diller and Gladys ied privately with Wynton Marsalis. Sen" 1 Over Y,, A,,t,,,,,, Joan Anderson letter stresses ZeY have also worked with umenta ................... Some of the tunes you may hear Le v ]01e' Opry, The National a es, Moonlight in Vermont, All of October to be Education & .The Cincinnati Pops, and " " ..... Me, All the Things You Are, and Over Scholarship month. World. Harry was a fea- Will be constructing state the Rainbow. New business - Legion member Larry Roggenbuck asked the With the Army Blues Big highway projects in the Auxiliary members to decorate for Army Brass Band US and the US Army at Kennedy Center. both attended the Texas. Harry gas assistant at the Orleans (under is) and became the to date of the Dukes Ken went on to attend area. CALL BITUMINOUS PAVING, INC. for asphalt and seal coating services. Free estimates for driveways, • parking lots, roads, etc. 1-800-827-16:37 lnexpensive Way veterans supper Sat., Nov 15. Everyone to bring what decorations they may have to next meeting. Make A Difference Day - Member decided to take lunch to Habitat for Humanity workers. Elayne to make arrangements and call for help. Geneve made motion, seconded by Mar|lyn that we pay bills: Arvilla - $9.00 - postage Elayne - $12.80 - Bloodmobile supplies No further business. Next meeting Nov. llth is Auxiliary Birthday. Auxiliary will buy a cake for lunch. Haunted house this Thursday, Friday Are residents will enjoy a Halloween thrill at the third annual Haunted House this Thursday and Friday, Oct. 30-31 in the old clinic building next to the Ortonville Hospital. Inside the haunted house, people will experience scary music, fog, lights and much more. Anyone age 10 and under can attend the haunted house either day between 6:30 and 7 p.m. All ages are invited to the house between 7 and 9 p.m., both days. Admission tbr students is $2, and for adults is $3. The haunted house is sponsored by Ortonville Jaycees and Big Stone Lake Area Chamber of Commerce. t'EOILE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE i i ii i llll ,i Movable three-unit apartment building. Single stow, wood floor. Two bedrooms. Saturday, Nov. 1 11:00 AM BRANDT, S._.. OUT__.___H DAK._____OTA Auctioneer working for seller. TERMS: 20% down day of sale. Balance due on or before Dec. l, 2003. Taxes prorated. All other terms and conditions to be announced sale day. Announcements made sale day take precedence over written ads. Closing attorney: John Knight George W. Cook, owner For more details call real estate auctioneer - Nathan Tjaden • 605-876-3631 SDRE #10245 - Brandt, SD IBAVE TIME & MON BY APPLYING YOUR PLANT OD THIS FALL We can handle all your plant food needs... Custom applied anhydrous ammonia or dry fertilizer I (1) Custom-applied nitrogen in the fall saves you time for other work that  needs to be done before freeze-up. (2) You get a faster, more complete application when (3) Anhydrous is metered with Dickey-John monitor. you let us do your fertilizer for you with No guessing, no waste of fertilizer. NO INTERRUPTION! • Services Available At All Our Agronomy Locations • HAVE YOUR NH 3 APPLIED with one of our chisel plows. AIR SPREADERS for dry plant food needs.. €' Placing early seed orders this fall €' Soil testing service €' Fall-applied Dual II Magnum ® Our five-year study shows it's better than spring-applied, no streaks. €' Partners In Production Financing Applying nitrogen in the fall is cheaper than spring fertilizing. NH 3 CUSTOM APPLICATION RIG with a 50 ft. bar and Dickey-John metering system. GET A JUMP ON NEXT SPRING WITH FALL APPLIED DUAL II MAGNUM. TALK TO YOUR DEALER TODAY. A Complete Line of Seed including • Croplan • Syngenta • Asgrow ° Stine ° DeKalb Introducing a new addition to our agronomy staff...Kyle Kleindl! SOIL TESTING Now is the time to test your soil for proper recommendations for next year's crop! KYLE KLEINDL - Agronomy Production Specialist A Stronger, Longer, Better Herbicide Decrease your risk Don't take chances, especially wath fle weather. Get the benefit of custom fall application. Next spring you'll be glad you did. ® CALL ORDER TAT Clinton Ortonville 320-325-5221 320-839-6187 1-800-325-1132 Wilmot 605-938-4664 OOPERATIVE Browns Valley Sisseton 320-695-2576 605-340-9400 INDEPENDENT Page 11 m