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Up and Down Main Street eaners Daphne Kinzler The sound of a bell will greet you when you enter the front door and the first thing in sight are the fresh cleaned clothes that are hung neatly on racks in the takes Dry Cleaners, which is owned and operated by Anton (Tony) and Vicki Kunz. Tony had witnessed more history being made during his youth, than most of us will ever see in a lifetime. Tony's beginnings were in Poland, but this was to be short-lived because of Hitlers invasion of that country. Tony's father, Anton George Sr., took his family and moved to West Poland, Tony being only four years old at the time. Because of the times, Tony's father, moved his family to East Germany and then to West Germany, this was shortly before the Berlin Wall was constructed. On March 17, 1950, Anton Sr., brought this family to takes. The reason for moving to takes was because there was family already living in takes, which would make the transition easier. Tony was only 15 when he first saw takes and he remembers being impressed by how nice and clean the town was. As new citizens of takes, Tony's father worked as a blacksmith and later for many years he was employed by the takes Hospital. At 15, Tony was a busy young man working and going to school. When he reached the age of 18, Tony began working for Norris Stensvold at the takes Dry Cleaners and worked in this employment for seven and a half years, at which time he decided to take some time off and see the rest of the country. In 1962, Tony and Vicki were married and "started the Edgcley Cleaners, they operated this establishment for three and a half years. Tony and Vicki decided to buy the takes Dry Cleaners in May of 1965 from Norris Stcnsvold, and they have been in business for the past 25 years. Tony normally opens shop at 8 a.m., one of the first things that he does is to load the dry cleaning machine with soiled garments, from there the garments are placed in a large dryer, then on to a spotting board to check for spots. After the garment is pressed, it is checked once more to see that it is clean, only after passing "Ibny's inspection, is a garment ready for the customer, takes Dry Cleaners closes at 5 p.m., but is open on Saturday morning from 9 to noon. Vicki also works at the cleaners, when she isn't busy at Shafer Seed, packaging bird seed. Tony is a fisherman at heart and loves to spend his free time with a rod and reel in his hands. Vicki loves the culinary arts of cooking and enjoys all types of food. Tony and Vieki felt that Sunday should remain a day of rest and were not in favor of the Sunday opening. The Ktutz's also feel that takes is holding its own, but should a large enough industry come to town, it would most certainly grow. The takes Dry Cleaners can be found at 13 South 5th, where they will take special care of their customers garments. WE FIX WINDOWS SCREENS AND CUT GLASS HILL'S HARDWARE HANK Phone 742.2034 Deadline for copy Submitted to be published is Friday at 5 p.m. 12 pack Coke products $3.59 2 liter Coke 99 CIRCLE R TIw Little ~om That Truts You RIgM HOMEOWNER HAIL INSURANCE OAKES INSURANCE AGENCY PHONE: (701) 742-2181 WILL TAKE YOUR SMALL MOTORS AND LAWN AND GARDEN EOUIPMENT ON CON SIGNMENT, AND DO MAJOR OVERHAULS. VERONA, ND PHONE 432-5670 tr Complete FRATERNAL LIFE INSURANCE for the Entire Family Omni-Plus Universal Life and Annuities and IRA's-Highly Competitive Interest Rates For more/nforn~tlon phone or wr/te to our local representative GLORIA BRUMMUND District Deputy 1006 Fir Ave Oakes, ND 58474 Phone: 742-2834 ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA 230-16th St., Rock Island, Illinois 61201-8645 Fraternal Life Irumrance S/nce 1895 1 Babe Ruth & Legion Baseball schedule BABE RUTH July 19 takes at Ellendale 4:30 July 23 Lisbon at takes 4 p.m. July 24 takes at Cogswell 3 p.m. July 30 takes at Edgeley 4:30 August4 & 5 tournament in Ellendale. LEGION BASEBALL July 25-28 Wednesday through Sunday-District Tournament at Lisbon. Dickey-LaMoure softball results Good Oil Co ............................. 18-0 takes Legion Old Pro .............. 16-0 Ill ADMISSIONS 7-5: Alice Kunrath, takes. 7-6: Gottfried Weiler, takes. 7-7: Alice Olson, takes. 7-9: Megan Boe, Stirum; James Brummund, takes; Ebba Larson, takes. 7-11: Willard Moerke, Hecla, SD; Francis Pfeifer, takes; Allan Bishop, Rapid City, SD. DISCHARGES 7-5: John Chappell, LaMoure 7-8: Iw, onard Peterson, LaMoure; Alice Kunrath, takes. 7-11: James Brummund, takes; Louis Espemm, LaMoure; Stirum. Megan Boe, Bonkers .................................... 13-5 Se i6 S Menu Dickey ...................................... 13- 7 Date's Comer Corral ................. 12-8 ;' i: :: Rudy's ..................................... 10-10 Litchville .................................... 9-9 Marion ........................................ 9-9 Verona ...................................... 8-12 1st National Bank ..................... 7-11 Cabin-Economy Oil .................. 5-11 Nogo's Tapper ........................... 4-12 BJ's-Big Cone ........................... 1-15 Rithmiller Tax Service ............. 1-15 Oakes Horseshoe Thursday, July 19: Pork chops, potatoes and gravy, zucchini, cake and ice cream. Friday, July 20: Potatoes and gravy, brussel sprouts and jello dessert. Monday, July 23: Liver and onions, potatoes, stewed tomatoes, and pumpkin dessert. Tuesday, July 24: Salmon loaf, creamed potatoes, carrot/raisin salad and apple crisp. Wednesday, July 25: Barbecue ribs, potatoes, peas, and pear sauce. Thursday, July 26: Chicken, potatoes and gravy, cucumber salad, juice and pudding. league results The takes Horseshoe results from July 3 are as follows: Team W L 1 5 4 2 6.5 2.5 3 3 6 4 2.5 6.5 5 6 3 6 4 5 Standings to date Team W L 1 20 16 2 20 16 3 17 19 4 13.5 22.5 5 22 14 6 15.5 20.5 High Game Jim Buro Jim Buro Jim Buro High Series Jim Buro Benny Scheffert 187 Eli Buro 151 High Ringers Jim Buro 50 Benny Scheffert 48 Bud Reed 28 The league payed the last games Vf (AO~ V~LLE~ Jason and Monte Carlo winning Best of Breed Under breed authority Dr. Berndt. Weight Weight Watchers week at Tootie's Tuesday at 5 p.m. 888-3546 for more on meeting times and Drivers License There will be a photo and test site Oakes on :he first and Wednesda site will open at 9:40 located at the Oakes LaMoure Summer The LaMoure Musical Theatre will Arsenic and Old 16-19. TOPS meets every the Otter Tail meeting Oakes at 5 p.m. Kids Golf Tourne will be a kids golf August 6, beginning the takes Golf Club. Dickey County Teachers meet Monday,. at 12 noon at the Ellendale. Crazy Days in Thursday, August 2. Crazy Days in Friday, July 27. Prairie Winds meet Friday, July 20, 12 the Main Street Cafe. Miss James River Scholarship held Saturday, July takes High School p.m. Valley City Theatre will present theatre production of Goes" July 26-29 at beginning at 8:30 p.m. "Anything Goes" is comedy sure to deli of every age. It takes aboard a cruise ship in the Commodities takes Food Pantry tributing commodities fled residents on 79 , , , from 5-6:30 p.m. at the JJlmers _ win awards with Pekingese ,~,~n and Chad Ulrner, sons of cialty Chad did very well with , , School', bus~ r ~utef, 222 Larry and DeAnn Ulmer, their home bred female puppy,reviewed: The OakeS Fullerton, have competed in Prairie Breeze Sammny's Back. In School bus mutes are numerous dog shows this spring the sweepstake, Chad won Best of reviewed for 190-91. If and won many awards with their Opposite Sex with her, and in con- new to the district or pekingese, formation classes Sammy Jo took changed 'living locationS ; Jason completed Morningstar Reserve winners Bitch. For a in need of bussing 'for Monte Carlos championship in 12 seven month old puppy, this is please call the District shows and has been showing him quite an honor! She then went on 742-3234 and give the in Best of Breed competition. He to compete the next day and won a has won 15 or more best of 3 point major over top competi- Breeds, plus a Toy Group 2 in tion. At barely 8 months of age, Kansas City. Chad needs only one point on Chad has also placed points on Sammy Jo to complete her cham- two of his dogs, Morningstar pionship! Apollo and Prima Sammy Sioux At the Moisinee shows, Jason Baraboo. Apollo won a Group 4 in won Best of Breed with Monte Fargo and Baraboo won a group 3 Carlo both shows and he also won in the cities, a major on his female Momingstar The last show the Ulmers corn- Chiara. peted in was a specialty (all The next shows are in Duluth Pekingese) in Chicago and a 2 day and St. Cloud. show in Moisinee WI. In the of the first half of the season Tuesday, July 9. Results were as follows. TEAM W L 1 5 4 2 4 5 3 4 5 4 5 4 5 5 4 6 4 5 Ending results from the first half are: TEAM W L 1 25 20 2 24 21 3 21 24 4 18.5 26.5 5 27 18 6 19.5 25.5 Congratulations to team 5, Jim Buro, Eli Buro and AI Kappenman on their 27 wins to win the first half of the season. High Game Jim Buro 85, 79 and 66 High Series Jim Buro 230 Eli Buro 151 Benny Scheffert 136 High Ringers Jim Buro 58 Benny Scheffert 30 Eli Buro 25 Ill I II I I I Chad and Sammy Jo shown winning her hrst time. SBA seeks nominations for ND MinoritySmall USPS 401-080 MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 651 OAKES, ND 58474 PUBLISHED WEF.KLY AT 411 MAIN AVE., OAKES, ND 58474, BY TRI-STATE PUBLISHING, INC. SECOND-CLASS POSTAGE PAID AT OAK]~, N'Dt AND ADDITIONAL MAILING OFFICES. POSTMASTER: SENv ADDITIONAL ADDRESS CHANGES TO THE OAKES T/MES, P.O. Box 651, OAKES, ND 58474. PUBLISHER: SUBSCRIPTION RATES: North Dakota $15 TRI-STATE Out-of-State $19 PUBLISHING,'STURGIS, SD Foreign $24 Icorrec'tlons: Any error sho01d be reported immediately. Please check the accuracy ot I I your advertisement the first day of insertion. The Oakes Times will allow credit for only [ the day of insertion. [ Oudllnes: All copy must be submitted to the Times by Friday at 5 p,m. This includesI advertising copy. There will be no exceptions. I Business Person of the Year James L. Stai, district director for the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced that the SBA is seeking nomina- tions for a North Dakota Minority Small Business Person of the Year. Some general requirements for the nominees are: they must be a minority small business according to the SBA's roles and regulations; be in satisfactory financial condi- tion, and have been in business for at least three years. The SBA requests these nominations be sub- mitted to their Fargo office no later than July 25, 1990. For more information or to sub- mit a nomination, contact Marlene Koenig at the SBA in FArgo, 249- 5131 or write to the U.S. Small Business Administration, PO Box 3086, Fargo ND 58108. information. Bridal Shower for Meehl-Beckstrom on July 24 at 7:30 p.m, Lutheran Church in GWl Everyone is welcome. Royal Neighbors to Royal Neighbors will Mary Weidmair Fullerton on p.m. I District in SEND program Dan Pullen, Fargo, named Project Director for the Southeast North Telecommunieation SEND includes 45 districts, two private four post secondary an 11 county area of North Dakota. SEND members are their planning efforts to lance learning systems for high school courses with ing schools. The SEND schools telecommunication share low incidence math, science and forei guages, but will also partners to use the community, business and mental information sharing. Pullen will leading to implementation interactive telecq clusters connecting members. Pullen currently serves educational access tater for the Fargo Public and has worked for 20 menting communication gy in a variety of business settings. Those schools from the are involved in the l takes Public School, son is Arthur Conklin, 742-3234; and the Public Schools, Contact Kirk Hansen at 249-3232.