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Stevens County residents should follow these guidelines for plastic containers to be acceptable for recycling: Empty plastic pesticide containers offered for recycling must be prepared properly to assure the recycling vendor that all containers collected are clean. The containers must be triple or pressured rinsed and free of any residue in order to be recycled. Only pesticide containers up to 2-1/2 gallons that are made of No.
Have you hugged your plumber today?
Respect request regarding carillon Over the past few weeks, I've been reading a few letters to the editor regarding the electronic carillon bells at the cemetery. I felt that the first letter, asking that the volume be turned down and the electronic carillon not play so late, had a well stated argument from a nearby resident who found the sound intrusive.
By Ted Kooser This marvelous poem by the California poet Marsha Truman Cooper perfectly captures the world of ironing, complete with its intimacy.
An open house baby shower for Hailey Werk, daughter of Duane and Courtney Werk, will be held on Saturday, July 29, from 2 to 4 p.m., at the Donnelly Hall. Everyone welcome. bw30 There will be an open house for Bob Hovendick's 85th birthday. Come celebrate with the boys and their families on Sunday, July 30, from 1 to 4 p.m., at Gordon and Irene Hovendick's, 36845 Co. Rd. 18, Starbuck. bw30 An open house bridal shower in honor of Kayla Banken, bride-to-be of Ronald Hawkinson, Jr., will be held Saturday, August 5, from 10 a.m., to noon at Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Chokio.
THURSDAY, JULY 27 THE THIRD QUARTER meeting of the Stevens County Red Cross will be held at 7 p.m., at the Stevens County Courthouse Emergency Command Center on the lower level. Anyone interested in working with the Red Cross is welcome. SATURDAY, JULY 29 THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS of the Fifth District will hold their first meeting at Willmar VFW Post Club Home. The Ladies Auxiliary will meet at the American Legion Club located on the corner of 1st Street and 19th Ave., SW. Officers lineup will be at 9:45 a.m.
Cyrus The following were Saturday visitors at the Rollie and Margaret Hall home: Barbara Arnold of Sauk Rapids; Todd Arnold and boys of Apple Valley; Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall and girls of Villard and Nancy Pedersen. Mr. and Mrs. Jere Edlund and son Gavin of Monticello and LeRoy Edlund were supper guests of Helen Mickelson on Saturday evening. Pastor John Smith was back with us at Trinity Church services on Sunday. Susan Dragovich of Shoreview spent from Tuesday until Thursday with Phyllis Helgersen. Mae Olson visited Friday afternoon with Eleanor Gundersen in Kensington.
Funeral Services for Delores Odden, age 78, formerly of Clinton, were held on Monday, July 24, 2006 at the Breckenridge Lutheran Church in Breckenridge. Burial was at the Eidskog Cemetery in rural Clinton. The Larson Funeral Home of Ortonville was in charge of the arrangements. Delores was born on May 4, 1928 in Odessa, to parents John and Olga (Zemple) Roeder. She grew up in Ortonville and attended country school through the eighth grade. On July 31, 1944 Delores was united in marriage to Alfred Odden. To this union twelve children were born.
BASEBALL Amateur Results/Box Scores Land O'Ducks Playoffs Best of three series Friday's Result Game 1 -- Dumont 8, Morris Eagles 6 (Dumont leads series 1-0) Sunday's Result Game 2 -- Morris 4, Dumont 1 (Series tied 1-1) Saturday's Game Morris Eagles vs.
Mark Holslin recorded the only 25 during week four action in the 9F Trap League. Holslin also recorded a 24. Bud Anderson also shot well, with a 24 and a pair of 23s, while Russ Hoyer recorded a 24 and a 23. Others missing single birds for the week were: DeWayne Greiner, Don Bahr, Larry Ascheman and Craig Awsumb. Letting two birds escape were: Bill Krump, Shannon Earley, Brian Harstad, Jim VanAlstine, Jim Nieland, Tom Dahl and Mike McDonnell. In third week action, five shooters missed one bird.