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OHS FALL INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT Grade Band - Junior High Concert Band 1 Senior High Concert BandADM]_SSiON: Tuesday, Nov. 19th &apos; Adults $2.00 Students 7:30 P.M. OHS Auditorium  4 ....... report Crovmans Extension Educator anagement MN 56265 FOR THE season can be a .eXperience involving amount budgeted it will be necessary to revise the gift list or revise the budget, spending less in other categories to compensate. Carry the list with you when shopping If possible, avoid shopping on weekends or evenings to avoid the crowds. Throughout the season remind yourself and your family of the holiday goals set early on. Focusing on what is important to the family and letting go of the items that are less important will help direct the use of limited resources, including time, energy and money. Sara Croymans is an Education with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in Family Resource Management serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone County. time, energy and money. upon us, it is time to set goals for the it is essential to parts of the holiday important and which be minimized or Is it important different kinds of COokies and candies the home? Is it essential Christmas card list? want or need to and what might be alternatives? elegantly your home inside and out. how many activities, and parties your isticaily larticipate in its sanity. has set goals the to be developed. much money is holiday expenses. include savings, cash between now and the as well as various Figuring out what comfortably afford County 4-H hosting dance The public is invited tO join Big Stone County 4-H Families for a night of mingling and dancing on Saturday, November 16, 2002, at the Memorial Building in Clinton. The excitement will begin with a Swing Band at 7:00 p.m. followed at 8:00 p.m. with music provided by Henry's Sites and Sounds. Cost will be $2.00 with a nonperishable food item or $3.00 without a food donation. Prior to the dance, Big Stone County 4-Hers are encouraged to attend the Federation Meeting and potluck supper (please bring a dish to pass along with your own place settings) at 6:00 p.m. at the Memorial Building. Don't miss out on the fun and excitement. Nutrition assistance meeting scheduled Meeting to be held at Lakeside Apt. Community Room on Thursday, Nov. 14, 1:30 p.m. on Nutrition Assistance Program availability. Nutrition Assistance programs are available to residents of Big Stone County under two programs, through Second Harvest St. Paul Food Bank. Mothers and Children (MAC) is a free food program for children up to age six and pregnant woman or women who have had a baby within the last year (breast feeding or non- breast feeding). To qualify for MAC you must meet income guidelines, live in Minnesota, provide proof of birthdate, and not receiving W.I.C. The other program that is available in Big Stone County is the Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors (NAPS): It is a free program for seniors 60 years or older, residents of Minnesota and low income seniors who meet federal income guidelines. Food for MAC and NAPS is all nonparisbable food consisting of juices, fruit, vegetables, instant potatoes, pasta, canned milk, dry milk and cheese. If you are interested on more information on this free food program a meeting will be held on Thursday, Nov. 14 at 1:30 p.m. in the Lakeside Apartment Community Room. This is open to anyone living in Minnesota and Big Stone County area. If interested call 83%3247. Gerhardt Rakow rites Wednesday The Zahrbock funeral home of Madison, announces the death of 86 year-old Gerhardt Rakow, of Madison, formerly of Bellingham p,.- CUSTOM BUTCHERING DAYS- MON. & WED. EMERGENCY CALL DALE AT 605-938-4389 OR LEON AT 320-325-5230 in the areas of entertainment, charity, and Is expenses (long and developing, in mind that the expenses should not total amount you available for holiday area that warrants Is gift giving. Develop you plan to give gifts family, friends, 'School exchanges, etc. maximum amount you person. Add gift st to make the shopping critique the list. Ask You want to give the a feeling of guilt? Is it of obligation? Is it 'Spend that much? Are or less expensive ? Add up the total for gifts and compare If it exceeds the City Legion Veterans Nov. 16th, the Big Legion Post it's annual Veteran's Party and Banquet at begins at 6 p.m. to a sit down supper at 7 !1 the legion for note speaker will 1999 Pontiac Montana - $11,900 Fully Loaded, CD, Keyless Entry, 46,000 Miles 2001 GMC Sierra SLE 4x4 - JUST IN! Power Windows, Locks & Mirrors, CD, 18,700 Miles PRO FiOTO Kevin Bodtmnd HN DLR 22109 OdoflvBe, PIN " Body Shop_p_00 get the best vehicle alignment! 4--Wheel Alignment I Machine handle all your insurance work/or you! is the area's most well equipped body with two frame machinesl r "Towing with wrecker and roll back Collision repair .Frame and suspension work Windshield repair and replacement KEYS IN YOUR CAR? WE'LL GET THEM OUT! 320-839-3066 (.hop 605-676"2457 (home) KEVIN RAAF Ortonville, MN 56278 25th year in business at some location! who passed away on Sunday, Nov. 10 at the Madison Lutheran Home. Funeral services will be held this Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2002 at 2 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran Church in Madison. Rev. Terrill Bramstedt will officiate with interment in St. Michael's Cemetery, Madison. Visitation will be Tuesday afternoon and evening with a prayer service Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. in the Zahrbock funeral home. Gerhardt Rakow is survived by his wife Marcella Rakow of Madison, two sisters: Esther Redepenning and Bernice Henning both of Madison, also many nieces and nephews. Boyle sentenced on drug charge Dawn Regina Boyle of Graceville was sentenced Nov. 6 in Big Stone County Court by Judge Gerald Seibel after entering a plea of guilty and was fined $1,000 and court costs plus 96 days in jail, as a condition of stayed sentence. Conditions include chemical and psychological evaluation, completion of Project Tomorrow at PCF, provid- ing a DNA sample as required by law, may not associate with people using non-prescription mood altering chem- icals, and must abstain from use and possession of alcohol and non-pre- scription mood altering chemicals. Boyle had pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting in the possession of a controlled substance in the 4th degree. Man pleads guilty to drug charge Robert Lee Swint, 54, of Ortonville pleaded guilty to possession of a 4th degree controlled substance in Big Stone County Court on Nov. 6. He had been charged on or about March 16th for unlawfully selling one or more mixtures containing a controlled sub- stance, methamphetamine. Regular Hours: Mon -Sat. 8:00 AM- 5:30 PM ORTONVILLE, MN PHONE (320) 839-2653 Your Wild Game Processing Head( uarters! made sausages in the area! 80% lean pork REGISTER TO WIN ONE OF THREE A jjr Sausage Samples / sloo MEAT 8UNOLES! d r Available( [ , Award Winning Recipes Won at Tri-State Locker Convention Summer Sausage Pepper Sticks Country Ring Sausage Formed Jerky Cajun Sticks Breakfast Links Onion, Smoked & Fresh Bratwurst Hot Dogs German Rope Sausage Ring Bologna Venison Jerky Polish Sausage Dried Venison Special Seasoned Cooked Deer Roast Boneless - Per Lb Whole - Per Lb. Round Steak or Roast $1.79 101 Lb Pkgs - PerLb 90% Lean Ground Beef $1.49 Per Lb DELl TURKEY ........... s2.99 C W.F., Beef - Per Lb $ -- Quarters or Sides .... 1.49 Top Sirloin Steak $2.79 SPECIAL DEER SEASON HOURS: Saturday 'til 7 PM, Sunday, 4-Tpm REG, HOURS M-S 8AM=5:30PM Per Lb Summer Sausage ..... 02.79 CW F, Pork - Per Lb 4g Half A Hog ...................... q;:7 Per Lb. Assorted Pork Chops ...................................................... $1.59 WE'LL CATER YOUR SPECIAL EVENTS! Save $$$, no tax in Minnesota! Lutefisk, Oysters, Smoked Fish & Herring Available! The Largest Service Club in the World IS FORMING A CLUB IN ORTONVILLE! All men and women are invited to the informational meeting on Thursday, Nov. 14th 7:00 PM at The Pizza Ranch, Ortonville, MN Internationally DEAF:AND HEARING IMPAIRED Local scholarships to area students. to attend and bring a " . Must have 25 people to be a chartered club. 12, 2002 "<' INDEPENDENT Page 13