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HER FLOOR EXERCISE is sophomore Hillary Wiese, as the squad traveled to Milbank last Thursday. prepare for Marshall on Thursday, Dec. 17. This will be a chance to let the B-squad attempt some first time routines and get into their competitive season. Sons of Norway Christmas meeting Milbank Sons of Norway Granittdalen Lodge #I-651 will be having it's Christmas gathering at the Grant County Courthouse Community Room on Thursday, Dec. 17th at 6:30 p.m. Notice the time change please. There will be a short business meeting and then our pot luck supper. After supper there will be a program of Christmas sing along accompanied by Elaine Hallberg on the piano, special music by Jorunn and Elaine, a Christmas reading 15y Ruth and a gift exchange. Remember that the exchange is a $2 gift and marked man, lady or either. Following the gifts there will be some Christmas games and cards played. It is hoped all our members will join in this Julefest of Food, Fellowship, and Fun. Remember the time change - 6:30 p.m. - see you OHS girls "B" basketball team opens season with a 3-3 record Invitational held on Dec. 7 turned out to be a for the team, while back on Thursday at SD to have some great showings. judging in Deuel is usually than the rest of the stated Coach Becky "It becomes tough for the gymnast when a nice routine and are points lower than they score." hit good handsprings Wiese scoring 7.1, Nikki Becky LaVoi and Lucy 6.5. qeam went to Milbank looking down, but managed to get a and come out strong, on the floor exercise. scored an 89.6, with at Milbank 100.05, 102.2 arid Clark 102.9. "If bar scores could reach a level, then the team scores hse considerably," Holtquist The Ortonville girls B team opened their 1998-99 basketball seasot7 with three wins and three losses, They have shown continued improvement and strength. In the season opener at home with Dawson/Boyd, the girls were defeated 21-34. Jennifer Berning led the lady Trojans in points with eight, followed by Megan Reiffenberger with six. Also scoring were Carmen Leger with four, Allison Foster with two and Natalie Morten with one. The lady Trojans traveled to Minneota on Nov. 23 where they fought a great battle and came out on top with a "2()-18 win. This was an exciting game for the team and crowd. Free throws played a very important part of this game. It was Reiffenberger leading the girls in scoring with t3. With additional scoring done by Jennifer Berning with six and Foster with one. It was overtime in Benson on the 1st of Dec. the girls came out on top gymnasts rally back there. Fall 300 League , Milbank Valley Archers against Milbank, SD ..... t Sharer X's Trojan gymnastic team had 6.6 a "rd all around with 26. Marke S B. Tanner Morris 300 56 the week of Dec. 7-10. Eighth grader Lucy McMahon placed fifth on floor with a 6.4 and team captain Thielke placed fifth on the bars with a 6.4. Senior Getta Hagen pulled a 5.7 on beam and a 5.1 on floor exercise. Vault scores were slightly weak with McMahon and Thielke at 6.40, Wiese 6.1 and LaVoi 6.0. The team has a few days off to R. McDaniel Ortonville 300 49 J. Brandt Morris 296 31 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.33 D. Arnberg Milbank 282 28 Soybeans ........................... 5.05 L. Capp Big Stone City Inc. Corn ................................... 1.60 S. Dahle Ortonville 296 33 Dec. 15, 1997 B. Zahnow Big Stone City 293 28 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.56 J. Huflord Morris 289 26 Soybeans ........................... 6.35 K. Capp Big Stone City 273 14 Corn ................................... 2.12 ORTONVILLE, MN o.  L, s:: ,o ,] 90%Lean I Ground Bf Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8:00 AM. 5:30 PM PHONE (320) 839-2653 Otd Fasl'don l Wh, Per Lb, [Bss Topl ..... ............. 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Jar ?2500 Gift Boxes also made to your request; II II Thiel Farms , II Dumont, MN '11 captain Wiese placed on - she placed second on a 7.1, fifth on beam with th grade girls tourney Winning the tournament on the eighth grade girls team has compiled an 8-1 record this season. of the team are exciting basketball this members are Amanda Amanda Croatt, Emily Aaryn Hoye, Vicki Heidi Larson, Sarah LaVoi, Ashley Thielke and plan to avenge their only when they play Morris at p.m. THE CHILDREN'S THEATRE COMPANY of Minneapolis, Minnesota presents Wondrous Tales Old Japan PERFOANCEAT THE ORTONVILLE .HtGH6COOL AUDITORIUM Monday, December 28 3:00 PM & 7:00 PM Tuesday, December 29 " 3:oo PM & 7:00 PM PRESENTED IN A TRADr] .N4L-ABUKI THEATER STYLE. TALES WILL DAZZLE ;EYE AND CAPTIVATE YOUR EAR WITH FOLK TALES, BREATHTG COSTUMES AND INVIGoRATING TArO C. TICKETS AVAILABLE AT AREA NKS AND AT THE DOOR. AduRs: $5.00 Students K-12:$3.00 Preschoolers: Free by the Big Stone Area Arts Council through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. ? 2: " : NATIONAL ...........  " FOIITHE U" .,,,,o,^ : ARTS with an exciting finish to defeat Benson 24-22. Berning led the scoring with 10, followed by Carmen Leger with eight. Additional scoring was Reiffenberger and Morten with 6, 5, 4 and two points respectively. Canby was the next away game on the seventh of Dec. This time the lady Trojans got and kept the lead in the third and fourth quarters, defeating the Canby Lancers 26-16. This time it was Leger leading the scoring with 12, with Berning and Reiffenberger contributing six each and Foster with two. "Winning is sweet," expressed Lady Trojan B Team Coach J.D. Ross. It was on to Hancock last Thursday night where the lady Trojans played the lady Owls. The girls played well but the strong outside shooting of Hancock put the Owls ahead in the third quarter where they remained for the rest of the game, beating the lady Trojans 31-44. The scoring was led by Foster with nine points, followed by Leger with eight and Reiffenberger with six. Also contributing to the scoring were Kelly Larson with three, Morten and Kelsey Henningson with two apiece and one for Kirsten Koch. The next girls' game is played at home tonight, Dec. 15 against Montevideo at 6:15 p.m. The girls hope to see you all there. Dynamic Homes Inc, & Carlson Homes of Morris 1998 PRICES REBATES UP TO FOR 1999 Kindt ASency CenBank invite you to a olidi00y Warrn00)p Wednesday, Dec. 003rd IO:OO AM to 4.-00 PM KINDT AGENCY STAFF - Beth, Tom and Shirley Happ00 Holidaus and a Prospewus year (o All of yo'u from Kindt Agency, Inc. Located in the CenBank building . o .... ,, Dec. 15, 1998  INDEPENDENT Page 7