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nville.gymnasts battle 00mmee! !!00ers Ja n In ,,tat,onal event. Elisha Rendon and Karin lhe first meet to score a " wed by Sisseton 101, w92.65, and Deuel 89.2. , Hohquist was hoping  Zloser to 100, but first meet caused lower scores. However, the higher than they did this point, so that is McMahon pulled performance on floor a 7.8 for third place. a 267.9 for fourth rod. started off the meet Lucinda McMahon Henrich a 7.6, Julia Katie Hedge a 7.1 and injury weakened the competitors. The ath- their big tumble pass- to achieve higher scores. scored a 5.6, Julia ,and Elisha Rendon 5.4. bar scores were decent the team has not condi- Anderson each hit a 4.5, Alyssa Adelman a 5.05 and Lucinda McMahon a 5.55. Katie Hedge has spent extra time training on the balance beam and it showed on her first performance. She hit a solid score of 6.5. Lucinda McMahon scored a 5.7 and Elisha Rendon a 4.5. The team is young with the bulk of athletes eighth to tenth graders. There is a lot of talent and potential in these girls that should develop as the season progresses. Once they gain confi- dence their routines will take on a new appearance. The next meet will be the Milbank "varsity Invitational on Friday, Dec. 13. The junior high team will see its first competition on Thurs. Dec. 19 in Milbank Gymnast of the week goes to Lucinda McMahon who placed third on floor exercise and fourth on all around at the Ort&apos;bnville Invitational on Dec. 3. 00ville JV Mat Men test 00ing skills against Milbank _e JV wrestling team trav- home third place. Micah k on Mon., Dec 2. for Reiffenberger and Cody Grant gt of the season, brought home a fourth place finish. '=][Webster and Dylan McLain Other teams participating in the e a first place finish, tournament were Canby, Wheaton, stice and Eric Croatt Milbank, Sisseton, and Grant-Deuel. me second place. Tim 'It w,a;s a great showing by all Irving Becerrii took wrestlers,' says Coach Karels. ti 00leloader-only deer json opens Dec. 14 [loader deer hunters in ta are remlnded to disre- ning-date misprint in the IDkler deer application and on s. The correct open- Dec. 14 muzzleloader was incorrectly listed as the South Dakota muzzle- application and on some licenses," said Manager Chuck law, the muzzleloader the second Saturday in December, Dec. 14 this year. A letter was sent earlier this fall to license holders reminding them of this correc- tion." The correct date is listed on page 33 of the 2002 Hunting Handbook. The muzzleloader deer season will continue until one-half hour after sun- set on Jan. 31, 2003. Hunters can begin one-half hour before sunrise. Leftover muzzleloader licenses are available and can be viewed online at www.state.sd.us/gfp/hunti ng/Leftover s/Muzzleloader.htm OHS GYMNASTS STARTED the season with first match jitters, but Karin Anderson, (above) practices with confi- dence and concentration. i i | Cck out our web site at \\;www,oo00n0000lepe0000com) illl ill i LEGIONNAIRES AND VOLUNTEERS HAVE CONTRIBUTED to the Association of Retarded Citizens annu- al Christmas party on Sat. Dec. 7 at the Big Stone City School Gym with Santa Claus distributing gifts to one and all. The Big Stone American Legion Gertje-Van-Lith Post #229 has hosted the party since 1982. A few of the participants are shown above. City Police Dept. to g.o shopp,ng for drunk or,vers Sirens howling and drunk drivers screaming in jail won't make for a silent night when officers from Ortonville Police Department join 350 other agercies and the State patrol in a statewide Safe & Sober enhanced enforcement campaign tar- geting impaired driving. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety (OTS) will coordinate the Dec. 12 - Jan. 5 effort. This is our present to all the sober drivers who have to share the road with these potential killers in the Ortonville area. Last year in the Ortonville area, there were 31 DWI citations and one Bellingham school news Boys Basketball Practice The boys basketball teams :will begin practice on Tuesday, December 10, with an organizational,practk:e, The pracOcc sessions vill run froro 3:00 4:30 p.m. Cindy HenHff-v/ill Club makes care bags for /yurcach2j)02 Poster Winners // recovering from surgery a. contest winners were announced by poos, two travel size conditioners, one regular size bar of soap, (non-scented) in a ziploc bag, purse size hair brush, 4" x 6" or smaller notepad, pen (not pencil), coloring book, box of 24 crayola crayons, small toy such as yo- yo, match box car, barbie doll, tennis ball, koosh balls, etc. that do not require batteries. We are asking for anyone who would like to donate any of these items to please help us. Bring the items to Minnwest Bank, Cenbank, or any one of the churches in Ortonville. We have placed special boxes at each location for the items. These items will be given to non-English speaking people, so we ask that the items not require instructions. Bags" built by Ortonville members will be sent to ;. The Ortonville Key ng "Smile Bags for kids Ountries who have recently gh surgery. are going to be sent to the n's Surgery International. 'z medical mission is to pro- Ic'. al repair, free of charge, for worlds' most needy chil- I medical teams will help their pain after surgery. will physically and emo- fort the children and their ile bags consist of; a kids I., adult's toothbrush, wash Ilaily sized toothpaste, a small tnirror, two travel-size sham- Daily Hours: Mon..Fri. 8:00 AM- 5:30 PM PHONE (320) 839-2653 MN Fire Chief Dave Mork. They are: K Garion Mulder and Andrew Weber 1 Tiffany Mielitz and Lexy Larson 2 Carolyn Adelman and Elijah Larson 3 Gretchen Fernholz and Nicole Kirchberg 4 Jessica Mielitz and Kalyn Gloege 5 Kayla Mielitz and McKenzie Henrich 6 Samantha Larson and Randy Larson, Jr. Randy Larson, Jr. was the winner of the fire truck this year. Congratulations to Randy and each poster winner. "Santa Day" Saturday, Dec. 14 is "Santa Day" in Bellingham. There will be turkey drawings on Main Street at 2:00, 3:00 and 4:00 p.m. There will be a free movie at the city hall for all children. The movie this year is "Ice Age". Pop will be available for 50, a can and free popcorn will be served. The movie will begin at 2:00. The BES cheerleaders are having a bake sale at Our Place Care from 2-4 p.m. Stop in and let them help you with your holiday baking! The North Stars 4-Her's are holding a "Senior Tea" in the back room of Our Place Care. Free coffee and cookies for all seniors. Blood Mobile The Bloodmobile will be at the Bellingham City Hall on Tuesday, Dec. 12 from 2:00 - 7:00 p.m. Please. give if you can. Christmas Lighting Contest winners ' iurger. Steaks, Roasts - Per Lb. Chops & Roasts - Per Lb. 5 LB. BEEF BUNDLE 20 LB. PORK BUNDLE $49.95 ;34.95 1st Place $100, Gerald McMahon, 252 Washington St Big Stone City. 2rd Place $75, Dan and Joyce Nelson, 308 N. Minnesota St, Ortonville. 3rd Place $50, Jerome Goddard, 435 Otto St, Ortonville. 4th Place $25 Clifford Redepenning, 673 Lakeshore Dr., Ortonville. 5th Place $25, Ron Beling, 329 Grace St N., Ortonville. 6th Place $25, Kim Jenkins, 895 Main St., Ortonville. Judged on Eye appeal, Content, Organization, Effort. The Retail Committee and Big Stone Lake Area Chamber of Commerce would like to thank all participants. The judges commented that there were many beautiful displays along the route that weren't part of the contest. We hope next year that they will all sign up. You can only be a winner if you enter. to win one of three $100 Beef Bundles. bund I Top Ground Swlom 9ast  1 S,rlom Beef Tip Roast eakt Steak I $1,49 $2.29 !1.791 S2.79 ,..,o.w..erLb , n,. -'- Per Lb / T-BONE STEAK ........... "O.l::ll: Per Lb. & I SUMMER < ,,y,- ERS ............ S 1.49 )SAUSAGE ................... "./U Grown - Per Lb. , ,= x Per I.b. $ ,,, HOG...... ........ t  I OEt.I TU,EY .............. 2.99 qDDINGS, REUNIONS, OR PARTIES LET US CATER YOUR EVENTI alcohol-related death. The 13 alcohol- related crashes cost the Ortonville area $1,152,300. The enforcement campaign also poses a threat to chronic drunk drivers with multiple DWI's. In August, Minnesota began enforcing a DWI felony law, which penalizes those with four or more DWI's in a 10-year span. Chronic drunk drivers can face up to a $10,000 fine, seven years in jail, and five years on supervised parole. At the present time in the Ortonville area, there is currently no one arrested nor pending cases related to this new law. It's truly sad that some people in the Ononville area haven't figured out another way to get home other that getting behind the wheel. We can't wait to meet them and get them off of the road. The Ortonville Police Department is urging everyone to use alternative transportation to avoid driving drunk. Officers recommend designating a sober drive or staying the night at the location of the celebration. The Sate & Sober campaign is funded by the National Highway traf- fic Safety Administration and admin- istered by OTS. The program is designed to reduce traffic fatalities and serious injuries. q CUSTOM BUTCHERING DAYS- MON. & WED. t,ERGENCY CALL DALE 605-938-4389 OR LEON 320-325-5230 Christmas Tea The North Stars 4-H Club invites you to our Christmas Tea to be held on Saturday, Dec. 14 from 2:00 3:20 p.r,i backmom ff Our Place Card.  ....... Come and meet some of our local 4-Hr's and enjoy some cookies and coffee. Calendar Tuesday, 12-10 3 p.m. BBB practice; 3 p.m. cheerleading pr. Wednesday, 12-11 5th and 6th grade Hep B immunizations Monday, 12-16 3:00 School board mtg. Tuesday, 12-17 3:(X) cheerleading pr. Thursday, 12-19 7:00 Christmas Concert Friday, 12-20 Special Interest Day, ALL Preppies come today Breakfast Tuesdaygrape juice, cold cereal, granola bar and milk. Wednesday--apple juice, french toast, breakfast links and milk. Thursdayorange' juice, cinnamon rolls, strawberry yogurt and milk. Friday--apple juice, french toast sticks, sausage links and milk. Lunch Tuesdaybeef hotdogs, baked beans, cheese curls, sliced pears, PB/PBJ and milk. Wednesday--hicken patty, oven fries, diced peaches, apple crisp, PB/PBJ and milk. Thursday--roast beef, mashed potatoes, corn, white cake, PB/PBJ and milk. FridayItalian dunkers, bananas, oranges, ce cream cup, PB/PBJ and milk. OHS CHEERLEADERS FINE TUNE new routines after school in the high school hallway. Left to right, Sabrina Strege, Heidi Hanson, and Kelsey Dybdal. /, FIRST CLASS COMMERCIAL ,- -- WAREHOUSE SPACE AVMLABLE 20,000 to 30,000 square feet of class A warehouse space is available in Stadmck, MN. This 45,000 square foot facility is professionally managed, climate controlled, clean, secure and well-lit. Double dock doors make product pick-up and deliver a snap, Seces include lull pallet storage, pick and pack, kit assembly and fulfillment services. We are on-line with FedEx and UPS so we can also manage your daily shipping needs. We aL.,.,., offer regular p/ck up and delivery seces throughout Central Minnesota. Our well trained staff is eager to put this facility to work for you so if you are interested in learning more please contact Craig McLain at 800-721-7110. REQU T FOR BIDS Ortonville Area Health Services Ortonville Area Health Services is soliciting bids for a TELEPHONE SYSTEM. Sealed bids will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. CST on Monday, Dec. 30, 2002. The bids will be opened Jan. 2, 2003 at 2:00 p.m. in the Ortonville City Council Chambers at 315 Madison Ave., Odonville, MN 56278. Project plans and specifications are available upon request. If any company is interested in submiffing bids, please contact Donna Moberg, OAHS Administrative Ass,stant, 450 Eastvold Ave., Ortonville, MN 56278, phone 320-839-4126. Bidder will be notified in writing. (Dec. 10, 1.7, 24, 2002) :lay, Dec. 10, 2002 /t INDEPENDENT Page 9