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Public notices I I SECOND AMENDED NOTICE MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE January 12, 1998 YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT: Default has occurred in the conditions of the Mortgage dated July 6, 1994, executed by Dennis D. Dragt and Carol R. Dragt, husband and wife, as Mortgagors, to Minnwest Bank Ortonville, a corporation, as Mortgagee, and filed for record on July 6, 1994, in the office of the County Recorder of the above-named county as Document No. 140054, Book 140 of Mortgages, Pages 447-450. The Minnwest entered into a Note and Mortgage Modification Agreement dated October 21, 1994 which was filed for record with the County Recorder of Big Stone County on October 24, 1994 as Document No. 140465 in Book 141 of Mortgages, page 255. The land described in the Mortgage is registered land. The Mortgage has been assigned as follows: None The original principal amount secured by the Mortgage was: Two Hundred Seven Thousand and no/100 ($207,000.00). No action or proceeding at law is now pending to recover the debt secured by the Mortgage, or any part thereof. The holder of the Mortgage has complied with all conditions precedent to acceleration of the debt secured by the Mortgage and foreclosure of the Mortgage, and all notice and other requirements of applicable statutes. At the date of this notice the amount due on the Mortgage, and taxes, if any, paid by the holder of the Mortgage is: Two Hundred Eighty-seven Thousand Five Hundred Eighty-four and 01/100 ($287,584.01). Pursuant to the power of sale in the Mortgage, the Mortgage will be foreclosed, and the land described as follows: All of Govemment Lot Two (2), Section Thirty-two (32), Township One Hundred Twenty-two (122) North, Range Forty-six (46) West of the 5th P.M., WHICH INCLUDES Lot Three (3) of said Government Lot Two (2), EXCEPTING THEREFROM Outlots Six (6) and Seven (7), Subject to Road right-of-way as shown on the AmendedPlat of said Outlots 6 and 7; ALSO EXCEPTING THEREFROM Lots Four (4) and Five (5) of said Government Lot 2, TOGETHER WITH the right to use the road right-of-way described as "Sub- Lot A" on Plat, filed for record in the County Recorder's office in Large Plat Case, page 27, subject to Trunk Highway right of way. will be sold by the County Sheriff of Big Stone County, Minnesota, at public auction on March 12, 1998, at 10:00 a.m. at the Big Stone County Law Enforcement Center, Ortonville, Minnesota. The time allowed by law for redemption by Mortgagors or Mortgagors' personal representatives or assigns is twelve (12) months after the date of sale. ," THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE MORTGAGOR, THE MORTGAGOR'S PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS.ENTERED UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES, SECTION 582.032, DETERMINING, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL DWELLING OR LESS THAN FIVE UNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, AND ARE ABANDONED. Fluegel, Helseth, McLaughlin, Anderson & Brutlag, Chartered David C. McLaughlin #127383 Attorney for Mortgagee or Assigns of Mortgage 212 - 2nd St. NW Ortonville, MN 56278 (320) 839-2549 (Jan. 13, 20, 27, Feb. 3, 10, 17, 1998) FILING NOTICE PRIOR TOWNSHIP BIG STONE COUNTY, MINNESOTA FOR THE ANNUAL PRIOR TOWNSHIP ELECTION ON TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1998. Notice is hereby given that candidates for the following offices must file between January 13, 1998 and 9:00 p.m. on January 27, 1998 at the Prior Township Clerk's office at RR 1, Box 162, Ortonville, MN 56278. One Il Supervisor ....... 3 year term One Clerk ................ 2 year term David Weber, Clerk Prior Township (Jan. 6, 13, 1998) 28th Annual FILING NOTICE OTREY TOWNSHIP BIG STONE COUNTY, MINNESOTA FOR THE ANNUAL OTREY TOWNSHIP ELECTION ON TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1998. Notice is hereby given that candidates for the following offices must file between January 13, 1998 and 9:00 jo.m, on January 27, 1998 at the Otrey wnship Treasurer's office at RR 1, Box 202, Ortonville, MN 56278. One (1) Supervisor ....... 3 year term One (1) Clerk ................ 2 year term Dated: December 29, 1997 Eugene Nelson, Town Clerk Town of Otrey (Dec. 30, 1997, Jan. 13, 1998) FILING NOTICE AKRON TOWNSHIP BIG STONE COUNTY, MINNESOTA FOR THE ANNUAL AKRON TOWNSHIP ELECTION ON TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1998. Notice is hereby given that candidates for the following offices must file between January 13, 1998 and 9:00 pro m. on January 27, 1998 at the Akron wnship Clerk's office at Rt. 2, Box 130, Ortonville, MN 56278. One Supervisor ............ 3 year term One Clerk ..................... 2 year term Dated: December 29, 1997 Warren Wiese, Clerk Akron Township (Dec. 30, 1997, Jan. 13, 1998) CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS PUBLIC NOTICE CLOSE PROXIMITY PROPERTY OWNERS AND LOCAL OFFICIALS BIG STONE COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT Notice is hereby given that the Big Stone County Board of Adjustment will hold , public hearing on Friday, January 23, 1998, to act on the following variance application: Time: 9:00 AM For the Property Site of: Patrick D. Lane and Betty, A. Lane Legal Description: Lot 7 of the First Addition to Shady Oak located in Government Lot 3, Section 36, Township 123 North, Range 48 West Location of Hearing: Approximately 13 miles north of Ortonville on the Hwy 7 (Lake Road). Should snowfall prevent the hearing from taking place on site, it will be in the Commissioners Room at the Courthouse at the time listed. The vadance request is from Section 5.2.1, 5.2.1.2.1, and 5.2.1.2.5. of the Big Stone County Shoreland Management Ordinance, 1993, to place a structure 10 feet from the road, 6 feet from each sideyard property line and 55' from the ordinary high water level. Big Stone County Shoreland Management Ordinance, 1993, Section 5.2.1. specifies a 75 foot setback from the ordinary high water level on general development lakes. Section 5.2.1.2.1. specifies a minimum 20 foot sideyard property line setback or 20 percent of lot width, whichever is least and Section 5.2.1.2.5. specifies a 20 foot setback to the right-of-way line of any township road, public street, or other roads or streets not classified. All persons interested may appear and be heard at said time and place, or submit views in writing or by representative. If you know of any interested property owner who, for any reason, has not received a copy of this notice, please inform him/her of the time and place of the hearing. Dated: January 9, 1998 Ronda Mass, Deputy Environmental Officer 20 SE 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 (Jan. 13, 1998) PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Big Stone County Board will hold a special meeting on TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1998 1:00 P.M. COMMISSIONERS BOARD ROOM COURTHOUSE The meeting is being held to consider an agreement with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources for completion of the emergency stabilization of the Long Tom Lake Dam. Dated: January 8, 1998 ATTEST: Judith Pattison, Auditor (Jan. 13, 1998) - .., h Bemng am/ Louisburg II By Clarlssa Sorenson, Phone 568-2204 Darwin Andreason was not present at the Community Day Drawing Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 31 st when his name was called for $60. On Wednesday, Jan. 7th the drawing will be for $80. Friday evening, Dec. 26th visitors at the John and Marl Plathe home were Beth and.Danielle Bacon and Michelle and Lila Plathe. DeLayne Dahl of Willmar and Betty Nelson spent Dec. 24th and 25th with Bonnie and Alysia Dahl in Hutchinson. DeLayne returned home with Betty and on Saturday, Dec. 27th they went to Watertown, SD for a family Christmas party at the Doug Dahl home. They returned to their homes on Sunday. The Plathes' gathered at Hilltop Community Room for their Christmas dinner and gift opening. The weather cooperated in every way. Visitors during the week at the Roger and Beaty Kunde home were Jim and Lois Murray of Benson, Steve Murray and girls of California, Fran Rakow, Ione Redfield of Hutchinson and Gloria Sorenson, Brad and Shirley Zahn of Milbank. New Year's Day afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Roiland of Chokio visited Hilda Brehmer. Later, they went to Madison and visited Mrs. Noble Bjorgan at the Madison Lutheran Home and Donald visited his mother, Esther Roiland. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hanson of Bloomington, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ohm, Mr. and Mrs. Dene Ohm and Bridgett, and Jill Karels of Ortonville were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Mannie Karels home. Beaty and Roger Kunde were Wednesday evening supper guests of Lud and Helen Rognlien. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Josephson of Madison visited Hilda Brehmer Saturday evening. Earl and Margaret Schake spent the weekend of the 20th and 21 st of December at the Wes and Carol Washek residence in Lakeville. They celebrated Christmas on the 20th at the Hal and Gall Burstein residence in Rosemount. Ron and Becky Sampson and Mike and Kathy Steifel and their families were also there. Norma Mielitz of Milbank, Lindy Lou Harder of rural Milbank visited Myrtle Maatz New Year's Day afternoon. Robert and Suzanne Becklin of Eagan spent New Year's Day through Saturday at the Lloyd Larsens. Mrs. Carole Ronglien of Madison and Lucille Nelson attended the open house in honor of Phyllis and Orville Haugen's 50th wedding anniversary at the Garfield Lutheran Church Sunday afternoon, were last Sunday, Dec. 28th dinner January 3rd, Rick and Sheila guests of Alan and Ruth Hansen, Stodolski and son, Christopher were along with their house guests, Karen guests of Earl and Margaret Schake. and Mike Utt. Connie, Scott, Jeremy Gert Rakow and Adeline Rudnick and Evan Petrich. Karen and Mike left visited at the Debbie Rakow home in for their home Sunday afternoon. The Madison Sunday afternoon. Petrich family left Tuesday afternoon, Nancy Olson of Red Wing and and went to Marshall, and visited his Carol Olson v,isited at the Robert paets, Duane and Doris Petrich at Ronglien home last Monday evening. Marsh' and also visited his brother Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Tim and Michelle Petrich and family Melvin Maatz visited at the Myrtle of Marshall. They returned to Maatz home. Springfield, Missouri on Saturday, On Christmas Eve and Christmas Jan. 3rd. Day, Earl and Margaret Schake were Visitors during the week at the guests of Don and Arvene Van Hout Edwin and Clara Peterson home were: of Big Stone City. Lud Bjornethun of Madison, and his Erwin and Pearl Pederson attended sister, Mrs. Julia Raaen of Rochester, the funeral of Lillian Anderson at the Ella Bardal of Starbuck, Cheryl Holm Park View Methodist Church in of Anoka, Clarice and Irvin Holm of Milbank on Tuesday morning. Hartington, Neb., Denise Vick of New Year's Eve guests at the Moorhead and Jeff Westendorf of Melvin Maatz home were Mr. and Moorhead. Mrs. Barry Long of Edina and Mr. and Gary and Mary Roiland attended Mrs. Walter Maatz. the New Years' Eve party at the Don January 4th, Margaret Schake was Dittes home in Appleton. a brunch guest of Don and Arvene Wednesday evening visitors at Van Hout in Big Stone City. Lester and Marlys Olson's were Sunday, Norman and Val Larson, Charles and Ihla Thomson, Philip and and Alvin and Norma Larson visited Harriet Nygard, and Joe and Betty Art Larson at the Madison Lutheran Schneider of Madison. Home. Saturday afternoon, Dec. 27th, the Eddie and lone Redfield and Gloria Paul Lunds celebrated their Sorenson were guests of Lud and Christmas. Those there were Eric Helen Rognlien Saturday evening. Lund, Jennie Lakner of Milbank, Weekend guest at the Melvin Eleanor Lund of Madison, Leida. Maatz home was Daren Maatz of Lund, Shane Broderson, Aimee Lund Wiilmar. and Daren Walter. On New Year's Eve, Earl and Doris Hansen spent a week during Margaret Schake were guests of Christmas with her sister, Mrs. Orville and Martha Schake. Howard Iverson at Wiilmar. Tom and Ruth Schuelke visited at Friday afternoon, Charles and Ihla the Lloyd Larsens' Sunday evening. Thomson visited Arnie and Marlys Ida Nelson of Hilltop apartments at Longnecker at Appleton. Madison and Gerhardt Laabs were Saturday morning, Dec. 27th, Eric New Year's Day dinner guests at the Lund, Jennie Lakner, Leida Lund, Bill and Minnie Giese home. Shane Broderson, Aimee Lund, Daren Inga Blahosky and Debbie otterson Walter, and Paul and Carol Uund went were guests Saturday evening at the to the Madison Lutheran Home to Woody Mangelhome. celebrate Christmas with Lydia Saturday evening, Dec. 27th guests Schliep. of Dennis and Kathy Nelson for Erik Gary, Mary and Jared Roiland Gerrit's birthday were: Lloyd and visited her parents, Mervin and Doris Nelson, Ed Erdmann, Kenny Margaret Holstad at Spicer on New and Pam Fernholz and family, and Bill Year's Day. and Linda Young and family, al! of Sunday afternoon, Dec. 28th, Madison.. Dawn and Dale Pillatzke and family Christmas Eve, Paul and Carol were visitors at the Paul Lund home. Lund had supper with her Sunday, Jan. 4th a belated grandmother, Lydia Schliep at the Christmas was held at the Steve and Madison Lutheran Home. Later in the Jodi Jensens' for brunch and supper: evening, they were guests at the Dale Attending were: Spence and Marilyn Pillatzkehome. Jensen, Sheri, Dana and Tara Nyland and Carol Larson, John and Laechelt, Sue Jensen and Bill Mark visited Johnny and Clarice Cowden, Alvin and Marius Jensen, BorstadNew Year's Day night. Dave and Donna Kashmark of Jared Roiland stayed with Esther Kandiyohi, Dallas and Elsie Roiland Monday and Tuesday night. Kashmark of Litchfield, Dennis and Christmas Day, Carol Lund visited Sandy Kashmark and boys of Barrett, Lydia Schliep at the Madison and Duane and Maret Kashmark of Lutheran Home, and jn the afternoon, Moorhead. Paul and Carol were dinner guests of Leida Lund stayed through Pastor Barb and Bud Thompson in Wednesday at the Paul Lund home. Benson. On Tuesday night, Eric, Leida and Last Sunday evening, Dec, 28th, Paul and Carol Lund were supper Bervin and Arline Skji of Appleton guests of Scott apd Nancy Tofte and and Charles and Ihla Thomson were family in Madison. visitors of Hervin and Lucille Borstad Sunday evening, Jan. 4th supper at Madison. guests at Merlin and Donna Borstad's Gary Letrud spent the weekend at at Dawson were Charles and Ihla Uheling, Neb. visiting Dan and Judy Thomson, Bervin and Arline Skjei of Dallman and boys. Joan Sorenson and family left on Tuesday for their home at Sumner, Wash. after spending Christmas with Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson and relatives. Sue Jensen of Mrshall-and Bill Cowden of Marshall spent the weekend with Spence and Marilyn Jensen. Friday night, Dec. 26th, Leida Lund of Glencoe and Shane Broderson of Minneapolis, Aimee Lund of Marshall and Daren Walter of Marshall came to spend the Christmas weekend at the Paul and Carol Lund home. Alice Hansen and Jean Wiegers 1998 Minnesota 5PSBTSMEitI'S RIVERCENTRE" JAN. 13-18 Fo-00 5 GRUT SHOWS IN ONE. I - Boat Show - Camping & RV Show - Trmvel Show -Sominsrs o Hunting dk Fishing Shot - Trllvsl Shov - S Shot Guy's Express Lube AND AUTO CLEANING Located across from Bill's Super Valu Plus in Ortonville, Minnesota r OIL 00aAN6g IN 20 MIN00 OR / ) -Am Cleaning Available .- Stop in and meet Guy Dittel today. 209 NW First St. Ortonville, biN 56278 (320) 839-3040 Area news digest MILBANK, SD-Wiring of the Middle School by a team of six of the SD Penitentiary is underway and going very well, Principal Marlin Smart. Wiring has been completed at the School. Work was begun at the Middle School while the students on holiday vacation. Because of the brick walls in the Middle much of the noise boring through concrete was done before resumed Monday, according to Smart. Smart met with each of classes on Monday, explaining to pupils the regulations to be while the updating of the wiring is being done under the prog established by Governor Janklow. By using inmates to do the vd he expects to have state schools wired to handle all of the new communications systems available for educational purposes. UF the regulations, Smart explained that pupils are not to talk to inmates or to interfere with their work. The inmates are forbidden to strike up conversations with pupils. Teachers Principal Smart can communicate as needed. RENVILLE-The opening of what could become the largest kaolin in the state is one step closer to reality. Recently the RenviHe CoO Planning Commission agreed unanimously to recommend to tt county board that a conditional use permit be issued for the mi operation. The planning commission recommended that theft permit be issued contingent on the completion of an environm assessment worksheet. Minnesota Valley Minerals Inc., a coml. based in North Mankato, has begun the process of seeking local , state permits for the mine. The operation would be located on a 15b.... acre tract of land in Cairo Township. The site of the proposed mi O south of Fairfax, near Fort Ridgely Creek. Much of the kad, currently shipped from mining operations along the Minnesota Valley is shipped out of the state for use in cement. However! emerging use for kaolin is in the manufacture of earth-tone brid According to the president of Minnesota Valley Minerals, the e toned colored bricks are in demand in the construction indu Kaolin from its Renville County mine would also be shipped t Minnesota Valley Minerals operation that markets the clay for use! pottery and ceramics. The company would also mine granite from t Cairo Township site. PRINCETON-Amidst the rescues of 14 fishermen in two differd incidents of ice breakups at Mille Lacs Lake recently, Mille County Sheriff Dennis Boser is using extra caution about fishing "t ice. It was about a half hour before noon when the sherit department received an emergency call from a man with a cell who was among 13 fishermen stranded about two miles out shore between Indian Point and Brown Point on the west side of lake. About the same time, a Minnesota Department of Resources officer happened to be in the area and heard and looked out to see a man marooned on an ice floe about a mile out. Bill Lundeen, a volunteer with Mille Lacs Search and and Don Zaske, who is employed part time by the rescue team, hovercraft from its shed six miles away and responded. They t rescued the lone fisherman on the ice floe, which had moved abo half mile from the time the DNR officer spored him. The other fishermen in trouble were cut off from shore by open water. 1] hovercraft team, taking six trips out, rescued all 13 strana fishermen plus a dog. Dmitriy of Plymouth were Wednesday Lund visited Roger and Karen  noon luncheon guests of Albert and at Dawson. .{ Tracy Rebehn. They were returning Nancy Rebehn, Elizabeth! home from Highmore, SD. Sunday early evening, Paul and ] Carol Lund attended the prayer I tm t - service for Marge Mahoney at Morris, [ iwl[arie[s and attended her funeral on Monday: :'| ..... , ...... Jan. 5th. Appleton, and Hervin and Lucille Borstad of Madison. The family of Albert and Tracy Rebehn observed their Christmas on Sunday, Dec. 27th at the Rebehn home. Thursday afternoon, Paul and Carol No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3. Soybeans ........................... 6.e Corn ................................... 2. VI SI /REAL ESTATE LOANS A TO Z CREDIT WELCOME Purchase and Refinance Loans. 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