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ic notices NOTICE IN DISTRICT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 14-OTHER CIVIL OF MINNESOTA OF BIG STONE Court File No. C1-02-161 SUMMONS a/k/a] um, S. McCallum, deceased, also the of Mary S. McCallum; deceased, also the heirs of John McCallum; S. McCallum, deceased, also the heirs of Gilbert S. McCallum; McCallum, deceased also mknown he rs of Theodore A. William B. McCallum, Iso the unknown heirs of !n; John G. also the unknown McCallum; Leslie L. also the unknown McCallum; Morris L. , deceased, also the unknown L. McCallum; Jessie deceased, also the of Jessie Isabelle urn; Florence L. McCallum, also the unknown heirs of L. McCallum; Grace E. deceased, also the unknown E. McCallum; Mary K. deceased, also the unknown K. McCallum; John of the Estates of um, Grace E. K. McCallum and n; W.B. McCallum as Estates of Leslie Jane Melba Jean McCallum, James McCallum, Thomas allum, a/k/a Thomas a]lda Thomas Mal'shall Morris Gay McCallum, Helen and John Angus am, minors; Leslie Jane Melba Jean McCallum, n/k/a McCallum Ross; Theodore deceased, also the of Theodore James McCallum; ;, deceased, Unknown heirs of Marshall Nancy Gay n/k/a Nancy Gay McCallum McCallum, n/k/a McCallum Arends; and McCallum; The Lismore John S. also the unknown S. McCallum; era Mae regory B. McCallum; Amy spouse of Gregory B. 1; Jennifer L. McCallum, n/k/a former spouse of Krista L E3eatty heir of John S. Patrick Beatty, husband of Beatty; and all other = Unknown claiming anyright, interest or lien in the real in the complaint OF MINNESOTA TO THE DEFENDANTS: are hereby summoned apd to serve upon Plaintiff's le.ys an Answer to the Complaint | oS the Court • mty (20) days after immons upon you, day of service. If you fail by default will be rou for the relief 3n involves, affects, or brings real roperty situated in Stone, State of as follows: Three (3), also known as of Westling's Addition IS FURTHER GIVEN that said action is to obtain a that Plaintiff is the the property described the Defendants, and era, have no right, title, estate, or lien in or upon the said real FURTHER GIVEN that no is made. by Plaintiff of the Defendants. subject to Alternative processes as e 114 of the General the District Courts. Resolution includes arbitration, and other set forth in the rules. You he Court Administrator for these processes and in your area. 11,2002. ESTEBO, SCHNOBRICH FRANK & GILK, LTD. By Jennifer L.J. Gilk Attorneys for Plaintiff 315 South Washington P.O. Box 377 Redwood Falls, MN 56283 507-637-5721 (Dec 2 Att. Reg. No. 238363 • 4, 31,200, Jan. 7, 2003) MINNESOTA that" the town County of of Minnesota, will hold atings on the third month at 1:30 PM at Hall located at RR No. 38, Ortonville, MN board meetings Hall and is on file posted at the Town will be at a Patdck Greuel, Clerk Big Stone Township (Jan. 7, 2003) I PUBLIC NOTICE BIG STONE COUNTY PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION Notice is hereby given that the Big Stone County Planning and Zoning Commission will hold regular meetings in the Clinton Memorial Building at 7:00 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month, with the exception of March. Due to the annual township meetings, the Planning Commission will meet on Thursday, March 13, 2003. Dated: January 3, 2002 By order of the Big Stone County Planning Commission Ronda Maas, Deputy Environmental Officer 20 SE 2nd St. Ortonville, MN 56278 (Jan. 7, 2003) Cell phone donation drive for Women's Advocacy Center During the month of January, the Women's Advocacy Resource Center (WARC) of Big Stone County will be having a cell phone donation drive. After these phones are refurbished, they will be available to clients who have experienced domestic violence or sexual assualt to be used in emer- gencies. The drive is being held in conjunc- tion with the a nation-wide "Call to Protect" program, sponsored by the Wireless Foundaton, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV), and Motorola. Since 1996, the program has provided phones pre- programmed with emergency num- bers, enabling victims to call for help at the touch of a button Radio Shack of Ortonville will refurbish and program the phones. The phones collected throughout Big Stone County will be distributed to people in need in this same county. If you would like to make a tax deductible donation of a phone and/or phone chargers, there are drop-off sites at the following locations: Ortonville Police Station Radio Shack of Ortonville Big Stone County Auditor's Office, located in the court house Cenex Convenience Store, Clinton Country Corner Cafe & Mini Mart in Graceville If you have questions, please feel free to call the WARC office at 320-839-2331. Extension report Sara Croymans Regional Extension Educator Family Resource Management Montevideo, MN 56265 320/269-6521 GAMBLING IN WEST CENTRAL MINNESOTA Gambling has quickly become an acceptable and normal part of our society. For most people, gambling is a social or recreationa activity, something that is, fun and entertaining. But for others, gambling causes problems and, for. some, it becomes uncontrollable and is no longer a choice. Based on figures from the Minnesota Gambling Control Board and the 2000 Census, Minnesotans spent $1,436,729,000 on lawful gambling activities, which includes pull-tabs, raffles, bingo, paddlewheels and tipboards, during fiscal year 2001 (July 1, 2000 - June 30, 2001). Consider the following chart indicating the dollars spent on gambling in west central Minnesota during the same time frame. dependency; when the form of gambling is illegal; when the gambling is prohibited by an organizational or employer policy; and when trying to make up for a gambling loss or series of losses. 6. There are certain high risk situations during which gambling should be avoided, including when feeling lonely, angry, depressed or under stress; when coping with the death or loss of a loved one; when trying to solve any personal or family problems; and when trying to impress others. 7. It is risky to use alcohol or other drugs when gambling as they can affect judgment and interfere with the ability to control gambling and stick to preset limits. Sara Croymans is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in Family Resource Management serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone County. Sources: • Annual Report of the Minnesota Gambling Control Board - Fiscal Year 2001. • Gambling Problems Resource Center. • Minnesota Census Data 2000. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS County Big Stone Gambling $ Spent per County Resident (all ages) $87 Gambling $ Spent per County Resident (19 years of age & older) $119 Gambling $ 1 Spent per County Household I $214 Chippewa $450 $624 $1098 Douglas $61'1 $841 $1511 Grant Otter Tall ! Pope • Renville $769 $528 $i39 $266 $311 $135 $184 $145 Stevens Swift $1049 $297 ..... $200 $534 $728 $337 $377 $415 $187 $264 $203 Traverse Wilkin Yellow Iiedicine $1908 $537 $354 $972 $i315 --- $910 $7t3 $853 $326 $478 $362 The Gambling Problems Resource Center offers the following guidelines tlat may help redtlce the risk of developing a gambling problem. 1. Deciding whether to gamble is a personal choice, one should not feel pressured. 2. Gambling is not essential for having a good time. 3. Determining what an acceptable loss is needs to be established prior to gambling. Any money spent on gambling needs to be considered the cost of entertainment. Money that is needed for basics such as food, clothing, shelter, education or child care should not be used for gambling 4. Borrowing money to gamble should be avoided and discouraged. 5. People should not gamble when under the legal gambling age; when gambling interferes with work or family responsibilities; when in recovery from compulsive/pathological gambling or other addictions such as chemical Memorials for heart research During the months of Oct., Nov., and Dec., area residents contributed memorial gifts to the American Heart Association in honor of: Freida Williams, Josephine Weeding, Dorothy Minahan, C.J. Thomas, Morris Anderson and Florence Kruse. According to Dianne Cornelisen, memorial chair for Big Stone County, a memorial gift to the American Heart Association is a meaningful way to express sympathy while also helping to support the fight against heart disease and stroke, the #1 and #3 causes of death in America. Gifts to the American Heart Association help fund life-saving research, public and professional education and community programs. For further information, or to make a gift, please contact Dianne at 113 NW 1st St or call 320-839-6123. DAKOTA STORAGE BUILDINGS Solid, well Constructed Portable Storage Buildings FREE DELIVERY WITHIN 50 MILES DAKOTA STORAGE BUILDINGS 605-432-6889 5.8 Miles South on Hwy. 15 Milbank, SD Mon-Fri. 8-5 • Sat. by appointment Alvin Larson rites Thursday Zahrbock funeral home of Madison, announces the death of 91- year-old, Alvin Larson of Bellingham who passed away on Monday, Jan. 6 at the Madison Lutheran Home. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. this Thursday, Jan. 9 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Bellingham. Officiating clergy will be Rev. David Hall with interment in the church cemetery in Bellingham. Visitation will be Wednesday afternoon until 6 p.m. at the Zahrbock funeral home in Madison. Visitation will continue before the services on Thursday at the church in Bellingham. There will be a prayer service Wednesday night at 7 p.m. in the Chapel of the Madison Lutheran Home. Alvin Larson is survived by his wife Norma Larson of Madison, three children; Ronald, Raymond and Elaine, also one brother Norman of Bellingham. ' Court report I ,, (Week of Dec. 31, 2002) MN IIIGIIWAY PATROL James Paul Vernon, Carlton, Speeding 75/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Denise Faith Warren, Beardsley, Speeding 69155, Fined $45, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Richard Raymond Welte, Coon Rapids, Speeding 72155, Fined $55, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Gerry. Evan Nettinga, Sioux Center, IA, Speeding 69155, Fined $45, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Jacquelyn Ann Rieck. Cologne, 'Speeding 74155, Fined $55, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. BIG STONE CO. SItERIFF Clinton Clay Harshman. Maplewood, Speeding 75/55, Fined $55. Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Cari Lynn Stallman, Big Stone City, SD, Consumption/Non-Driver, Fined $100. Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10. Eugene Joseph Drong, Renner, SD, Expired Plates. Fined $20, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10. Kelly Ray Garoutte, Morris. Speeding 69/55. Fined $50, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10. Kenneth Duane Lee, Ortonville, Disorderly Conduct, Fined $350, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 10 days for 1 yrs. Sharon Lynn Void, Dumont, Speeding 65155, Fined $40, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10. ORTONVILLE CITY ATTY Jon M. Kirk. St. Cloud, Issue Dishonored Check. Fined $300, Stayed $220, Surcharge $35, Restitution $62.97, Court Costs $10, JailLPrison: Stayed 15 days for I yrs. L Ortonville Gail. Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 High bridge players on Friday at the Senior Center were Frank Moberg and Edna Saeger. , , , .... ,', en = ,,,,, , ......... , t WOMEN'S ADVOCACY RESOURCE CENTER assistant, Adrienne Stattelman is shown above promoting the "Call to Protect" program which provides pre-programmed cell pones to victims of domestic vio- lence or sexual assault. REQU T FOR BIDS Ortonville Area Health Services Ortonville Area Health Services is soliciting bids for the replacement of ceiling tile at Northridge Residence. Bids will be accepted until 12:00 p.m. CST on Tuesday, Jan. 21,2003 at 3:00 p.m. in the Administrator's office. Project plans and specifications are available upon request. If any company is interested in submitting bids, please contact Brad Schipper, Northridge Administrator, 1075 Roy Street, Ortonville, MN 56278, phone 320-839-6113. Bids are good for 60 days. Bidder will be notified in writing. (Jan. 7, 14, 2003) ( Check out our web site at www.ortonvilleindependent.com ) DO-IT-YOURSELF Laminate Wood 00Flooring UltraLock: A patented form of tongue and groove firmly locks the elements together, both lengthwise and crosswise. It is faster and easier to lay the floor whether it is done by a profes- sional or a do-it-yourselfer. UltraLock: Just join the two boards, fold it down - ready/ High Quality Flooring t.nOR'COI'$"tt""$-" ' Two Colors In Stock $2.29.... HOME CENTER " 16 Monroe Ave. • Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-3617 Jan. 7, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 9 ic notices NOTICE IN DISTRICT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 14-OTHER CIVIL OF MINNESOTA OF BIG STONE Court File No. C1-02-161 SUMMONS a/k/a] um, S. McCallum, deceased, also the of Mary S. McCallum; deceased, also the heirs of John McCallum; S. McCallum, deceased, also the heirs of Gilbert S. McCallum; McCallum, deceased also mknown he rs of Theodore A. William B. McCallum, Iso the unknown heirs of !n; John G. also the unknown McCallum; Leslie L. also the unknown McCallum; Morris L. , deceased, also the unknown L. McCallum; Jessie deceased, also the of Jessie Isabelle urn; Florence L. McCallum, also the unknown heirs of L. McCallum; Grace E. deceased, also the unknown E. McCallum; Mary K. deceased, also the unknown K. McCallum; John of the Estates of um, Grace E. K. McCallum and n; W.B. McCallum as Estates of Leslie Jane Melba Jean McCallum, James McCallum, Thomas allum, a/k/a Thomas a]lda Thomas Mal'shall Morris Gay McCallum, Helen and John Angus am, minors; Leslie Jane Melba Jean McCallum, n/k/a McCallum Ross; Theodore deceased, also the of Theodore James McCallum; ;, deceased, Unknown heirs of Marshall Nancy Gay n/k/a Nancy Gay McCallum McCallum, n/k/a McCallum Arends; and McCallum; The Lismore John S. also the unknown S. McCallum; era Mae regory B. McCallum; Amy spouse of Gregory B. 1; Jennifer L. McCallum, n/k/a former spouse of Krista L E3eatty heir of John S. Patrick Beatty, husband of Beatty; and all other = Unknown claiming anyright, interest or lien in the real in the complaint OF MINNESOTA TO THE DEFENDANTS: are hereby summoned apd to serve upon Plaintiff's le.ys an Answer to the Complaint | oS the Court • mty (20) days after immons upon you, day of service. If you fail by default will be rou for the relief 3n involves, affects, or brings real roperty situated in Stone, State of as follows: Three (3), also known as of Westling's Addition IS FURTHER GIVEN that said action is to obtain a that Plaintiff is the the property described the Defendants, and era, have no right, title, estate, or lien in or upon the said real FURTHER GIVEN that no is made. by Plaintiff of the Defendants. subject to Alternative processes as e 114 of the General the District Courts. Resolution includes arbitration, and other set forth in the rules. You he Court Administrator for these processes and in your area. 11,2002. ESTEBO, SCHNOBRICH FRANK & GILK, LTD. By Jennifer L.J. Gilk Attorneys for Plaintiff 315 South Washington P.O. Box 377 Redwood Falls, MN 56283 507-637-5721 (Dec 2 Att. Reg. No. 238363 • 4, 31,200, Jan. 7, 2003) MINNESOTA that" the town County of of Minnesota, will hold atings on the third month at 1:30 PM at Hall located at RR No. 38, Ortonville, MN board meetings Hall and is on file posted at the Town will be at a Patdck Greuel, Clerk Big Stone Township (Jan. 7, 2003) I PUBLIC NOTICE BIG STONE COUNTY PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION Notice is hereby given that the Big Stone County Planning and Zoning Commission will hold regular meetings in the Clinton Memorial Building at 7:00 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month, with the exception of March. Due to the annual township meetings, the Planning Commission will meet on Thursday, March 13, 2003. Dated: January 3, 2002 By order of the Big Stone County Planning Commission Ronda Maas, Deputy Environmental Officer 20 SE 2nd St. Ortonville, MN 56278 (Jan. 7, 2003) Cell phone donation drive for Women's Advocacy Center During the month of January, the Women's Advocacy Resource Center (WARC) of Big Stone County will be having a cell phone donation drive. After these phones are refurbished, they will be available to clients who have experienced domestic violence or sexual assualt to be used in emer- gencies. The drive is being held in conjunc- tion with the a nation-wide "Call to Protect" program, sponsored by the Wireless Foundaton, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV), and Motorola. Since 1996, the program has provided phones pre- programmed with emergency num- bers, enabling victims to call for help at the touch of a button Radio Shack of Ortonville will refurbish and program the phones. The phones collected throughout Big Stone County will be distributed to people in need in this same county. If you would like to make a tax deductible donation of a phone and/or phone chargers, there are drop-off sites at the following locations: Ortonville Police Station Radio Shack of Ortonville Big Stone County Auditor's Office, located in the court house Cenex Convenience Store, Clinton Country Corner Cafe & Mini Mart in Graceville If you have questions, please feel free to call the WARC office at 320-839-2331. Extension report Sara Croymans Regional Extension Educator Family Resource Management Montevideo, MN 56265 320/269-6521 GAMBLING IN WEST CENTRAL MINNESOTA Gambling has quickly become an acceptable and normal part of our society. For most people, gambling is a social or recreationa activity, something that is, fun and entertaining. But for others, gambling causes problems and, for. some, it becomes uncontrollable and is no longer a choice. Based on figures from the Minnesota Gambling Control Board and the 2000 Census, Minnesotans spent $1,436,729,000 on lawful gambling activities, which includes pull-tabs, raffles, bingo, paddlewheels and tipboards, during fiscal year 2001 (July 1, 2000 - June 30, 2001). Consider the following chart indicating the dollars spent on gambling in west central Minnesota during the same time frame. dependency; when the form of gambling is illegal; when the gambling is prohibited by an organizational or employer policy; and when trying to make up for a gambling loss or series of losses. 6. There are certain high risk situations during which gambling should be avoided, including when feeling lonely, angry, depressed or under stress; when coping with the death or loss of a loved one; when trying to solve any personal or family problems; and when trying to impress others. 7. It is risky to use alcohol or other drugs when gambling as they can affect judgment and interfere with the ability to control gambling and stick to preset limits. Sara Croymans is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in Family Resource Management serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone County. Sources: • Annual Report of the Minnesota Gambling Control Board - Fiscal Year 2001. • Gambling Problems Resource Center. • Minnesota Census Data 2000. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS County Big Stone Gambling $ Spent per County Resident (all ages) $87 Gambling $ Spent per County Resident (19 years of age & older) $119 Gambling $ 1 Spent per County Household I $214 Chippewa $450 $624 $1098 Douglas $61'1 $841 $1511 Grant Otter Tall ! Pope • Renville $769 $528 $i39 $266 $311 $135 $184 $145 Stevens Swift $1049 $297 ..... $200 $534 $728 $337 $377 $415 $187 $264 $203 Traverse Wilkin Yellow Iiedicine $1908 $537 $354 $972 $i315 --- $910 $7t3 $853 $326 $478 $362 The Gambling Problems Resource Center offers the following guidelines tlat may help redtlce the risk of developing a gambling problem. 1. Deciding whether to gamble is a personal choice, one should not feel pressured. 2. Gambling is not essential for having a good time. 3. Determining what an acceptable loss is needs to be established prior to gambling. Any money spent on gambling needs to be considered the cost of entertainment. Money that is needed for basics such as food, clothing, shelter, education or child care should not be used for gambling 4. Borrowing money to gamble should be avoided and discouraged. 5. People should not gamble when under the legal gambling age; when gambling interferes with work or family responsibilities; when in recovery from compulsive/pathological gambling or other addictions such as chemical Memorials for heart research During the months of Oct., Nov., and Dec., area residents contributed memorial gifts to the American Heart Association in honor of: Freida Williams, Josephine Weeding, Dorothy Minahan, C.J. Thomas, Morris Anderson and Florence Kruse. According to Dianne Cornelisen, memorial chair for Big Stone County, a memorial gift to the American Heart Association is a meaningful way to express sympathy while also helping to support the fight against heart disease and stroke, the #1 and #3 causes of death in America. Gifts to the American Heart Association help fund life-saving research, public and professional education and community programs. For further information, or to make a gift, please contact Dianne at 113 NW 1st St or call 320-839-6123. DAKOTA STORAGE BUILDINGS Solid, well Constructed Portable Storage Buildings FREE DELIVERY WITHIN 50 MILES DAKOTA STORAGE BUILDINGS 605-432-6889 5.8 Miles South on Hwy. 15 Milbank, SD Mon-Fri. 8-5 • Sat. by appointment Alvin Larson rites Thursday Zahrbock funeral home of Madison, announces the death of 91- year-old, Alvin Larson of Bellingham who passed away on Monday, Jan. 6 at the Madison Lutheran Home. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. this Thursday, Jan. 9 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Bellingham. Officiating clergy will be Rev. David Hall with interment in the church cemetery in Bellingham. Visitation will be Wednesday afternoon until 6 p.m. at the Zahrbock funeral home in Madison. Visitation will continue before the services on Thursday at the church in Bellingham. There will be a prayer service Wednesday night at 7 p.m. in the Chapel of the Madison Lutheran Home. Alvin Larson is survived by his wife Norma Larson of Madison, three children; Ronald, Raymond and Elaine, also one brother Norman of Bellingham. ' Court report I ,, (Week of Dec. 31, 2002) MN IIIGIIWAY PATROL James Paul Vernon, Carlton, Speeding 75/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Denise Faith Warren, Beardsley, Speeding 69155, Fined $45, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Richard Raymond Welte, Coon Rapids, Speeding 72155, Fined $55, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Gerry. Evan Nettinga, Sioux Center, IA, Speeding 69155, Fined $45, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Jacquelyn Ann Rieck. Cologne, 'Speeding 74155, Fined $55, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. BIG STONE CO. SItERIFF Clinton Clay Harshman. Maplewood, Speeding 75/55, Fined $55. Surcharge $35, Court Costs $15. Cari Lynn Stallman, Big Stone City, SD, Consumption/Non-Driver, Fined $100. Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10. Eugene Joseph Drong, Renner, SD, Expired Plates. Fined $20, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10. Kelly Ray Garoutte, Morris. Speeding 69/55. Fined $50, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10. Kenneth Duane Lee, Ortonville, Disorderly Conduct, Fined $350, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10, Jail/Prison: Stayed 10 days for 1 yrs. Sharon Lynn Void, Dumont, Speeding 65155, Fined $40, Surcharge $35, Court Costs $10. ORTONVILLE CITY ATTY Jon M. Kirk. St. Cloud, Issue Dishonored Check. Fined $300, Stayed $220, Surcharge $35, Restitution $62.97, Court Costs $10, JailLPrison: Stayed 15 days for I yrs. L Ortonville Gail. Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 High bridge players on Friday at the Senior Center were Frank Moberg and Edna Saeger. , , , .... ,', en = ,,,,, , ......... , t WOMEN'S ADVOCACY RESOURCE CENTER assistant, Adrienne Stattelman is shown above promoting the "Call to Protect" program which provides pre-programmed cell pones to victims of domestic vio- lence or sexual assault. REQU T FOR BIDS Ortonville Area Health Services Ortonville Area Health Services is soliciting bids for the replacement of ceiling tile at Northridge Residence. Bids will be accepted until 12:00 p.m. CST on Tuesday, Jan. 21,2003 at 3:00 p.m. in the Administrator's office. Project plans and specifications are available upon request. If any company is interested in submitting bids, please contact Brad Schipper, Northridge Administrator, 1075 Roy Street, Ortonville, MN 56278, phone 320-839-6113. Bids are good for 60 days. Bidder will be notified in writing. (Jan. 7, 14, 2003) ( Check out our web site at www.ortonvilleindependent.com ) DO-IT-YOURSELF Laminate Wood 00Flooring UltraLock: A patented form of tongue and groove firmly locks the elements together, both lengthwise and crosswise. It is faster and easier to lay the floor whether it is done by a profes- sional or a do-it-yourselfer. UltraLock: Just join the two boards, fold it down - ready/ High Quality Flooring t.nOR'COI'$"tt""$-" ' Two Colors In Stock $2.29.... HOME CENTER " 16 Monroe Ave. • Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-3617 Jan. 7, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 9