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Area news digest MADISON-After relinquishing the title for one year, Jerry Osteraas of Madison regained the lutefisk eating crown at the 26th annual Norsefest in Madison Saturday. The contest was part of Saturday's "Norsefest Evening of Entertainment" at the Prairie Arts Center. Osteraas battled four others for the title, including Duane Schuette of Plato, the defending champion; Les Holtan of North St. Paul, a member of the United States Olympic Lutefisk Eating Team; James Johnson of Sacred Heart and Charles Hettling of Minneota. Richard Simonson of Madison was the lone contestant in the walleye division, with three competing in the guppie division, including Kathy Lindberg, Dan Larson and Rick .Cil. Lindberg won this division. In the "whale" division, all five contestants ate three pounds, with Johnson opting to drop out. Hettling could not finish the fourth pound and Holtan was eliminated during the five pound round. Schuette and Osteraas shoveled down pounds six and seven, with both contestants unable to complete the eighth pound. The plates were weighed and Osteraas was declared the winner by .20 of a pound. APPLETON-CCA/Prairie Correctional Facility in Appleton was recently recommended for accreditation by American Corrections Association (ADA) during a recent audit of the facility. After reviewing CCA's Prairie Correctional Facility, ACA auditors found the facility to be 100 percent in compliance with all mandatory standards and 99.3 percent in compliance with all non-mandatory standards. The ACA sets standards of excellence for correctional institutions, including their management and personnel procedures, physical layout, training programs and delivery of services. Prairie Correction's Warden Hoyt Brill attributes the audit success to the teamwork of the facility staff. "The facility's superior scores are indicative of the staff's professionalism and commitment to excellence. We are very proud of bur team,". Warden Brill said. DAWSON-A head-on crash which happened at 8:40 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, injured three people and badly damaged both vehicles involved. The accident occurred in the Dawson City limits along Highway 212, near the curve at Lincoln Place at the corner leading into Dawson at the Dawson golf course. Involved were Darryl Yacldey, driver and his wife, Kay, who were occupants of a 1994 Dodge Intrepid intending to arrive in Dawson from the west. A car driven by Wesley Anderson of Dawson, who was alone, was attempting the curve to enter Dawson at that point. He was driving a 1981 Dodge. Each was taken to Johnson Memorial Hospital for treatment. Kay and Darryl Yackley sustained injuries to neck, shoulders, face and knees but were released after their initial medical care and were taken back to their home in Watertown, SD. Anderson was admitted to JM Hospital where he remained for a time and then was released. Rosen news I By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Weekend guests at the Gene Strei home were Richard Bullard of Sauk Center his sons Matt and Ross of Twin Cities, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Strei of Alexandria. Mr. and Mrs. John Karels of Fargo were Sunday, Nov. 8 visitors at the Ralph Karels home. Mrs. Myra Schmieg, Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg and Mrs. Julie Henrich were Thursday, Nov. 5th visitors at the Manfred Krakow home. Nov. 7 weekend guests at the M.J. Kirchberg home were Tom and Randy Kirchberg of New Ulm and Marvin Kirchberg of Bloomington and were among the deer hunters in this area. Sunday afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Kirchberg and sons of Milbank and Mrs. Myra Schmieg. Mrs. Steven Karels of rural Isle was a Wednesday, Nov. 4 until Friday, Nov. 6 guest at the home of Mrs. Rose Karels. Thursday afternoon visitors were Mrs. Tom Strei of Alexandria, Sister Genevieve and Sister Jane of Milbank, SD. Saturday visitors were Mrs. Tom Karels, Adam, Kayla and Kara Helgeson. Steve Millerbernd of Savage spent the weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbemd. Thursday, Nov. 5 supper guests at the M.J. Kirchberg home were Marvin Kirchberg of Bloomington, Rev. Ambrose Karels of Kansas City, Me and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Karels. Additional evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brehmer and Eric and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kirchberg, Jan and Nicole. Weekend guests at the Manfred Krakow home were Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ecklund, Andrea and Eric of Bloomington, Mary Krakow of Minneapolis, Mrs. MarvinMeyers of Meirie Grove and helped their mother observe her birthday. Saturday, Nov. 7 visitors were Mrs. Kevin Krakow and McKenzie of Strandburg and Mrs. Mike Krakow of Milbank. Tim Radermacher and Lexi of Montevideo were weekend guests at the Bud Radermacher home. Angle Kasuske and Emily of Avon, Brenda Schuelke of Watertown, SD and Bryan Schuelke of Lennox, SD were weekend guests at Raymond Schuelke home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kluxdal and family of Bloomington and Mrs. Myra Schmieg were Saturday, Nov. 7 supper and evening visitors at the Tim Quau'rr CLocr REPAIR ,ltk ; Antique ManNe , ClUXC IBI| RAW.MAN M 32O 8392357 nsota Certified 1 Clm aker' Watchmaker Call After 6 p.m. for EJxtaees family of Worthington were weekend visitors at the Bernard Pillatzki home. Mayor proclaims MN D-Day Nov. 19 Whereas: The Great American Smokeout encourages smokers to quit Whereas: Minnesota's youth are experimenting with a product that can produce lifetime addiction with an increased risk of cancer, Whereas: more Americans die every year from tobacco-related diseases than from AIDS, alcohol, car accidents, fires, illegal drugs, murders, and suicides combined. Whereas: youth-related promotions such as the D-Day/Great American Smokeout Pledge encourage youth not to start smoking Whereas: the health benefits of not smoking are substantiated and well known. Dave Ellingson, Mayor of the City of Ortonville, proclaims Thursday, November 19, 1998, as THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY'S AND AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION'S MN D-DAY/THE GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT. 4-H news Stengel home in rural Milbank. Rev. Ambrose Karels of Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg visited their aunt Katherine Karels at St. William's Home in Milbank, SD on Friday afternoon, Nov. 6. Tom Spars of Hutchinson and Kevin Spars of Bingham Lake spent the weekend at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spars. Corey Aaron, son of Mr. and Mrs.-" Aaron Roggeabuck received the Sacramentof.Bagfism at St. Joseph's Church on Sunday, Nov. 8, 1998 with Father Robert Goblirsch officiating. Sponsors were Sara and Ken Donbek and Janel Roggenbuck. Mr. and Mrs. Roggenbuck entertained sponsors and family in honor of their sons Baptism. Bryan and Brenda Anderson and family moved to Rosen Oct. 31. They had purchased the Mrs. Clara Rademacher home. Jennifer Strei of Sioux Falls spent Sunday until Monday, Nov. 9 at the home of her mother Mrs. Joan Strei. The first major snowstorm of the season started Monday night, Nov. 9 with many schools activities canceled and power outages on Tuesday. Paul Kindlespire and Justin of New Hope were weekend guests at the Julie Henrich home and were among deer hunters in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Richter of Bismarck, ND are the parents of a daughter Stephanie Rachel, born on Saturday, Oct. 31, 1998. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Adelman of rural Bellingham. Mrs. John Adclman spent Monday, Nov. 2 until Nov. 6 at the Patrick Richter home in Bismarck, HI). Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavelko and BEARDSLEY-GO-GETTERS Meghan Smart, Reporter The November meeting of the Beardsley Go-Getters was held on Monday, the 2nd, at 7:30 p.m. in the Beardsley Auditorium. Song and activity leader Kayla Morrill led the club in a game to start out the meeting. Old and new business was discussed. Theresa Diekmann will become the new assistant leader, helping Kathy Morrill. Jeanne Krueger offered to be the club's adult representative at the county federation meetings. Community Pride was chosen as the new club project for this year. Many fun suggestions were brought forward and discussed pertaining to services that can be done for our communities through this project. Christmas party ideas were also discussed, along with the proposal of a night of Christmas caroling. The Propp family provided a craft of Thanksgiving turkeys to be hung on residents' bulletin boards at the Clinton Good Samaritan Center. lunch was served also by the Propp family. LAKERS Sabrina Strege, Reporter Meeting was called to order by Kristin Weber with nine members and four parents there. We discussed that we would do the Community Pride Project again this year. We talked about what we think about Round Robin. We then drew names for Christmas presents. Jessica Chase did a piesentation on Equire Careers,, and Mellisa Chase did her presentation on Equire Anatomy. The meeting then was adjourned. 5-year plan co. road work up for review The semi annual meeting of the Big Stone County Board of Commissioners and the Big Stone County Highway Department will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 25, 1998, beginning at 9 a.m. The meeting will be at the Highway Department building at 437 North Minnesota Street in Ortonville. The agenda will include discussion of the following items; the Five Year Plan for Road Construction, development of a prioritized list for bridge replacement projects,and other.miscellaneous highway department business. A detailed agenda will be available at the meeting. /YIE'iIUE GIVING YOU 3,000 REASONS TO BUY ONE OF OUR HOMES. Attentions Hunters For The Best in DEER PROCESSING come to Wn00OT LOCKER WE DO FRESH cITr AND SMOKED PRODUCTS County Style Sausage Breakfast Links Bratwurst Summer Sausage Ring Bologno Polish Sausage Pepper Stix Dried Venison Teriyaki Seasoned Steaks Onion Bratwurst Jerky Slix Old-Fashioned Jerkey ,kkapeno Pepper Stix Venison Bacon Back by Popular Demand - Pepper and Onion Loafi.! Book Your Holiday I , to Order Meat J We Can Vacuum Pack Catering Needs Today! [ & Cheese Trays I Your Wild Game t Wilmot Locker Wilmot, SD 605-938-4671 Roger & Brenda Butler - Owners Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-6pm, Saturday 9am-Noon Mondays - Give us a coil! _,. . Big Stone County Precipitation Data Chades Hanson Farm on Artichoke Lake Updated by John Cunningham November 12, 1998 Normal 1991 Def. 1992 Def. 1993 Def  Def 1995 De[ 1996 Def 1997 Def. JanuarY 0.63 0.24 -0.39 066 0.03 1.01 0.38 0.76 0 13 061 -0.02 220 1.57 3.19 2.56 1.19 February 0.68 0.69 0.01 0 51 -0.17 0.26 -042 0 93 0 25 0 29 -039 056 -0.12 0.53 -0.15 1.13 March 1.82 1.62 -020 1 15 -0.67 1.58 -0.24 0 53 -129 3 48 1 66 0.52 -1.30 1.43 -039 1.91 April 2.32 3.43 1 11 1 60 -0.72 2.10 -022 4 31 1 99 2 98 066 0 60 -1 72 3.22 0.90 2.7t May " 298 3.32 0.34 1 34 -1.64 3.50 0.52 1.50 -1 48 3 39 0.41 4.25 127 0.99 -1.99 2.11e June  7.51 3.41 7.90 3.80 5.62 1.52 2.22 -1.88 2 98 -1 12 154 -2.56 2.01 -2.09 3.13 July 3.21"-. 5.32 2.11 3.55 0.34 8.14 493 5.41 2.20 651 3.30 5.05 1.84 3.63 0.42 5.15 August 309 3.81 0.72 1.90 -1.19 2.68 -0.41 2.26 -083 519 2.10 339 0 30 359 0 SO 3.37 September 1.86 2.71 085 1.71 -0.15 2.02 0.16 255 069 3 58 1 72 322 1.36 137 -0.49 0.46 October 1.93 0.69 -1.24 0.38 -1.55 0.47 -1.46 2.94 1.01 3 04 1.11 423 2.30 3.59 1.66 4.63, November 1.02 1.18 0.16 1.68 0.66 2.19 1 17 0.94 -008 024 -0.78 1.57 0.55 0.64 -0.38 December 0.64 0.47 -0.17 0.45 -0.19 0.97 0.33 0.24 -0.40 055 -0.09 1.74 1.10 0.17 -0.47 Total 24.28 30.99 6.71 22.83 -1.45 30.54 6.26 24.59 0.31 32.84 8.56 2S.87 4.59 24.36 0.08 26.6"/ Total excess Precipitation January 1, 1991 through October 31, 1998 equals 29.11 inches. New immunization requirements New legislation will affect stu- dents .entering seventh and 12th grades this fall. Parents should take note of a change in Minnesota's school immunization law made by the Legislature in April. The new law requires that students in grades seven through 12 receive one shot for tetanus and diphtheria (known as a Td booster) after they are 11 years of age; however, this require- ment will be phased-in over the next few years. During the 1998-99 school year, only seventh and 12th grade stu- dents must show that they have received a Td booster. This means they must bring a shot record to school at the start of the school year (no later than Jan. 1, 1999). This new requirement is, in part, a result of concerns about the diphtheria epidemic in the former Soviet Union. Nearly 100,000 cases if diphtheria. School lunch Tuesday, Nov. 17 Breakfast: Pear Sauce, French Toast Sticks, Syrup, 1/2 Pint Milk Lunch: Submarine Sandwich, Fixings, Chicken Noodle Soup, Crackers, Orange Slices, 1/2 Pint Milk Wednesday, Nov. 18 Breakfast: Fruit Punch, Egg McTrojan On A Bun, 1/2 Pint Milk Lunch: Turkey Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Hot Corn, Dinner Roll, Cranberry Cup, Chocolate Malt Cup, 1/2 Pint Milk Thursday, Nov. 19 Breakfast: Peaches, Cinnamon Roll, 1/2 Pint-Milk Lunch: Chili Crackers, Vegetable Sticks/Dip, Cinnamon Roll, Pear Sauce, 1/2 Pint Milk Friday, Nov. 20 Breakfast: Grape Juice, p,X...y-to:* Eat Cereal, Toast Sticks, 1/2 Pint Milk Lunch: Italian Dunker with Spaghetti Sauce, Vegetable Salad, Dressing, Orange Sauce, Rice Krispie Bar, 1/2 Pint Milk Monday, Nov. 23 Breakfast: Orange Sauce, Toasted English Muffin, Peanut Butter & Jelly, 1/2 Pint Milk Lunch: Chickenwich On A bun (Grades 5-12), Chicken Nuggets, Peanut Butter Sandwich (Grades K- 4), Whipped Potatoes/Gravy, Peach Sauce, Oatmeal Cookie, Milk Tuesday, Nov. 24 Breakfast: Applesauce, French Toast Bagels, Syrup, 1/2 Pint Milk Lunch: Italian Spaghetti, Tossed Salad, Choice of Dressing, Hot Cheese Bread, Apple Juice, Frosted Graham Cracker, 1/2 Pint Milk CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS have been reported there, wfiich the Word Health Organization considers an international public health emer- gency. Diphtheria is a severe bacterial infection that can cause death in 5-10 percent of cases. Studies show low levels of immunity against diphtheria among adolescents and adults in Minnesota and elsewhere in this coun- try. In addition to the Td booster, state law also requires students entering seventh grade to receive a second dose of the measles mumps, and rubella vaccine (MMR). fl'hey have received their dlers.) Students in through 12 should have received two MMRs. can be safely given at the as the Td booster. and diphtheria boosters are mended every 10 years lifetime. Please check your child's records. Immunizations received through Northside or at Countryside Public Immunization Clinics. Are you 55 or older and looking for Do you miss the income, satisfaction and friendships a provides? Do you need additional training? ( Guidelines Apply). Green Thumb Employment and offers paid classroom and "on-the-job" training, as advice on finding the job of your choice. There are for our services! Please call Hilda at (320) 855-2440. EOE 16 lighted and detailed opetat/ng passenger trains/ NIGHT 11LAll00 SATURDAY, EVENINGS 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM November 28 - December 5, 12, 19, 26, 1998 January 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1999 Admission: $3 per person - Chiidron 4 & u 'F rA.T MODEL A. v -e Twin City Model llailro 4"" Museum 0% I00tJSEUM Bandana Square 1021 Btndlmm Blvd. F. St. Energy Park Drive between Phone: 651-647-9628 E-mall: w Page: p-J/ww..ram.oac.wm NORTHERN WASTE SYSTEMS will be picking up leave00s, rass cli " s and Friq 13 and Nov. , 1998! PRO AUTO REPAIRABL RR 1, Box 410 * Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone 320-839-2911 Year Make/Model 98 Dodge Stratus 98 Buick Lesabre 98 Pontiac Grand Am GT 98 Ford Explorer 4 x 4 98 Plymouth Breeze 97 Dodge Stratus 97 Chev. Cavalier Cpe 96 Chev. K2500 Chey RCPU 96 Chev. 4dr. S- 10 Blazer 96 Dodge 4 x 4 3/4ton 96 Chev. Silv. Exeb 4 x 4 95 Chev. S- 10 4x4 XCPU 95 Chev. S- 10 flatbed 95 Pontiac Bonneville 95 Pontiac Sunfire GT 94 Chev. Silv. Exeb 4 x 4 94 Cadillac Seville SLS 94 Buick P.Ave. (have parts) 93 Chev. Silv. Excb 4 x 4 92 Pontiac Sunbird 91 aids Cutlass 88 aids Delta 88 * Denotes Clean Titles Damage Mileage Price front 12,000 $4800 front 18,000 front & rear t,300 $8200 minor left & rear door 28,000 rt._rear qtr. 17,900 $5200 mechanical 15,800 $6800 0 rt. front 8,000 $3500 rt. front 60,000 $10,800 n. side 39,000 $10,500 IP under hood fire 36,000 $9,000 rollover 43,500 $ I 1,800 n. front 50,000 $6500 n. cab comer 44,000 $4800 front rt. 41,000 $4500 front 31,000 $3500 front 58,000 $11,500 lett front 43,600 $9000 front sway rt. qtr. 18,000 $5000 flood 86,000 $11,000 rear 55,000 $2100 front left 43,000 $2900 minor front 88,000 $1700 NEW ARRIVALS WEEKLY I '88 and up new style Chev, Ford, Dodge 8 ft. Piekup We have some parts available for the above listings. Page 2b '  INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Nov. 17,