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Good old days in the Ortonville area I AN OWNERSHIP CHANGE AT Ortonville Auto & Supply is the feature of this photo. You see the late Richard Amberg at left and present owner Glenn Nelson, at right, in front of the business. The two men owned the business together for a number of years prior to Nelson taking over sole ownership. 10 YEARS AGO Feb. 15, 1989 Jodi Schiesser and Mark Strong were crowned queen and king of the Winter Carnival. Gregory Strobl was named the new postmaster in Big Stone City. Mary Worrall and Doris Scheff found the medallion early Sunday morning at the Big Stone City ball diamond and were the winners of $600. Leone Folkens was hon- ored by the Ortonville Area Health Services. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Lewis of Milbank at the Ortonville Hospital. 25 YEARS AGO Feb. 6, 1974 J.C. Penney store manager Bob Johnson and employees Ethel Kockx and Vera Hyatt are pictured with a minuteman flag which was presented to the Ortonville store for 100 percent participation in the US Savings Bond drive. Rev. George Krueger will be installed as pastor of the Trinity Lutheran Church in OrtonviUe. Naomi Gerhardt and Mrs. Harvey Kunkel were featured in the Know Your Teacher col- umn. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radditz of Big Stone City and a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Van Hout of Milbank. 50 YEARS AGO Feb. 24, 1949 Cecil Kaereher's logan _1 ..... I. JII .Jl]ll II  lf Bellingham/Louisburg By Clarissa Sorenson, Phone 568-2204 JoDell Larson was not present at the Community Day Drawing Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 27th when her name was called for $60. On Wednesday, Feb. 3rd, the drawing will be for $80. An open house baby shower was held for Lucas Lee, son of Joleen Larson, on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 23rd,,at the St. Pauls Lutheran Church at Bellingham. Hostesses were Karen Schake, Sandy Schake, Mavis Dale, Lou Jean Schake and Dee Wollschlager. Lucas received many wonderful gifts. Kevin Holman and daughters of Plymouth and Gloria Sorenson of Louisburg visited at the Lawrence Rakow home on Sunday afternoon. Kevin is a nephew of Gloria and Fran. Jacob Maatz spent the weekend of the 23rd with his grandparents, the Walter Maatz'. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz visited with Edna Boldenow at Appleton. Elenore Olson and Carol Olson visited Marcella and Luverne Olson Thursday night and in the afternoon visited Janice Olson. Lyle and Karen Schake were last Sunday evening visitors of Earl and Margaret Schake. Lois and Joleen Larson attended a Creative Expressions party on Wednesday evening, Jan. 27th at the home of Betty Stensrud. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schake of Appleton were Saturday afternoon, Jan. 23rd and evening guests of Gladys Schake at her apartment. Sunday, Jan. 24th, the Trinity Friendship League held their bowling i ....... i i" J.,_ QU,00TY CLOCX REPA/R Antique * Mantle 400"Day * "Annivcmary Strildng • Chiming CRAIG RANDLEMAN 1.€ MN 320-839-2357 ta Certified ker - Watchmaker Call After 6 p.m. for Estimates I party at t-h--Big Stone Bowl in Ortonville. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lotthammer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz, Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Whiting, Pastor and Mrs. Robert Friedrich, Isaac and Matthew Brehmer, Norma Wittnebel and Lillian Struck. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz and Mrs. Mrs. Melvin Maatz visited at the Norma Wittnebel home after bowling. Elaine Gregorich of Spring Lake Park came Saturday, Jan. 23 and spent to Sunday, Jan. 24th with her mother, Norma Larson, and they visited Alvin at Northridge at Ortonville. Thursday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Roiland of Chokio visited Hilda Brehmer. On Saturday afternoon, Jan. 23rd, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Josephson of Madison visited Hilda Brehmer. Thursday, Carol Borgerson and Margaret Klefsaas visited at the Bernice Peterson home in Montevideo. Wally and Lois Larson of Bellingham are proud to announce the birth of their first grandchild, a son was the best out of 175,000 entries. The Ortonville lumber- man was in Seattle when news of his victory was received. He will be the recipient of $23,000 in prizes. The Trojans will meet the undefeated Dawson basketball team in the first round of the tournament. Big Stone Lake's southern extremities have been busy with fishermen coming from a f DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The Ortonville Independent radius of 50 miles. Facilities for night baseball was urged by a committee who attended the city council meet- ing. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Peterson of Ortonville, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brott of Big Stone City and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Carlson of Ortonville. 70 YEARS AGO Feb. 7, 1929 Esther Lindsay of Mora was united in marriage Sunday with Lester Prior at the home of her parents in Mora. Mr. and Mrs. K.C. Hansen of Prior Township celebrated their golden wedding anniver- sary on Feb. 6th. Installation of a complete new switchboard is being made this week at the Ortonville Power plant. Florence Gloege was elect- ed assistant superintendent for this year at the Ortonville Hospital. Only one week left to get your auto license. There will be no grace period beyond Feb. 15th. This column sponsored in part by born to their daughter, Joleen. Lucas Lee was born December 8th, 1998 at Dawson, weighing 8 Ibs., 12 oz. and was 20 1/2" long. Elaine Gregorich, Norma Larson and Betty Hanson had supper at Club 7-75 on Saturday evening. Bill Giese was a visitor at the Shorty Jorgenson home Wednesday afternoon. The Guild of St. Peters Lutheran Church of Bellingham met at the Doris Hansen home at rural Louisburg on Monday afternoon, Jan. 25th. Attending were Dorothy Weber, Hilda Brehmer, Arlene Karels and Minnie Giese. Dorothy was the hostess. Daren Maatz from Willmar was a guest at the Melvin Maatz home Monday, Tuesday and Thursday Elaine Gregorich and Norma Larsen were Sunday morning breakfast guests of Betty Hanson. Woody and Carol Mangel visited at the Margaret Klefsaas home Wednesday afternoon. Erik Gerrits of St. Johns University has spent time at home and on Tuesday, Feb. 2rid, Dennis and Kathy Nelson will take him to the airport where he leaves for South Africa to spend four months. The Guild of St. Peters Lutheran Church met at the Doris Hansen home on Monday afternoon, Jan. 25th. Get it even faster than you can spend it. With Rapid Refund, we get you the most you have coming in less time. Ask about Rapid Refund electronic filing at an H&R Block 0trice near you. H&R BLOCK 208 NW 2nd St. • Ortonville, MN 56278 (320) 839-3295 Hours: Mon,, Wed., Frl., 9am-5pm; Sat., 9am-12noon (320) 839-3820 • • • • • Hwy. 75 North Ortonville, MN , .,. 5628 Attending were Dorothy Weber, Hilda Brehmer, Arlene Karels and Minnie Giese. Dorothy was the hostess. Albert and Tracy Rebehn were visitors of Ella Hanson at Northridge at Ortonville Tuesday afternoon. Aimee Lund and Daren Walter spent last weekend with Paul and Carol Lurid. Alan and Ruth Hansen visited Alice Hansen at her Hilltop apartment on Monday evening. LeAnn Stone was a last Sunday afternoon visitor of Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson. Sue Jensen and Bill Cowden were last weekend guests of Spence and Marilyn Jensen. On Friday evening, they all along with Sheri Laechelt, Dana and Tara and Molly Bredeck visited Alvin and Marius Jensen at their Hilltop apartment at Lorraine Sorenson baby shower for Lucas Lee Saturday afternoon at Lutheran Church in Bellin also the baby shower for Mork at the Louisburg Church. Rosen news By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Mr. and Mrs. Tom Strei of Alexandria were weekend guests at the Gene Strei home and also visited at the Greg Strei home. Mrs. Joan Strei, Angle Schmidt and Mrs. Lillian Struck attended the Senior Federation meeting in Montevideo on Monday, Jan. 25th. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher entertained the following guests on Sunday, Jan. 31 in honor of their daughter Tiffany's 17th bii'thday, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wildung, Mrs. Tina Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Radermacher of Ortonville, Tim Radermacher and Lexi of Montevideo, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Henrich and family of Milbank, Mrs. Joe Radermacher and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wildung and family. Alfred Volkenant attended the funeral of Mrs. Ida Kunde at the Walter Trinity Lutheran Church on Saturday, Jan. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Volkenant were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Cliff and Alton Hanson home in Ortonville. Friday, Jan. 29 evening the Wayne Brehmer home and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg. Weekend guests at the Millerbernd home were Mr. Larry Weiderhoeft and Mrs. Tom Schwarz of and Mrs. Lyle Fischer and Sleepy Eye. Mr. and Mrs. Tom S Alexandria were Saturday Jan. 30 visitors at the M.J. home. Visitors at the Edward during the week were Gene Mrs. Paul Volkenant and Jand. Weekend guests at the Rademacher home were Dan Rademacher and Amy Aberdeen, Mr. and Rademacher of Brookings. Sunday dinner and were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Milbank. Mrs. Tom Strei of a Sunday, Jan. 31 afternoon the Mrs. Rose Karels visitors were Mr. and Grube. 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Page 4b 00INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Good old days in the Ortonville area I AN OWNERSHIP CHANGE AT Ortonville Auto & Supply is the feature of this photo. You see the late Richard Amberg at left and present owner Glenn Nelson, at right, in front of the business. The two men owned the business together for a number of years prior to Nelson taking over sole ownership. 10 YEARS AGO Feb. 15, 1989 Jodi Schiesser and Mark Strong were crowned queen and king of the Winter Carnival. Gregory Strobl was named the new postmaster in Big Stone City. Mary Worrall and Doris Scheff found the medallion early Sunday morning at the Big Stone City ball diamond and were the winners of $600. Leone Folkens was hon- ored by the Ortonville Area Health Services. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Lewis of Milbank at the Ortonville Hospital. 25 YEARS AGO Feb. 6, 1974 J.C. Penney store manager Bob Johnson and employees Ethel Kockx and Vera Hyatt are pictured with a minuteman flag which was presented to the Ortonville store for 100 percent participation in the US Savings Bond drive. Rev. George Krueger will be installed as pastor of the Trinity Lutheran Church in OrtonviUe. Naomi Gerhardt and Mrs. Harvey Kunkel were featured in the Know Your Teacher col- umn. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radditz of Big Stone City and a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Van Hout of Milbank. 50 YEARS AGO Feb. 24, 1949 Cecil Kaereher's logan _1 ..... I. JII .Jl]ll II  lf Bellingham/Louisburg By Clarissa Sorenson, Phone 568-2204 JoDell Larson was not present at the Community Day Drawing Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 27th when her name was called for $60. On Wednesday, Feb. 3rd, the drawing will be for $80. An open house baby shower was held for Lucas Lee, son of Joleen Larson, on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 23rd,,at the St. Pauls Lutheran Church at Bellingham. Hostesses were Karen Schake, Sandy Schake, Mavis Dale, Lou Jean Schake and Dee Wollschlager. Lucas received many wonderful gifts. Kevin Holman and daughters of Plymouth and Gloria Sorenson of Louisburg visited at the Lawrence Rakow home on Sunday afternoon. Kevin is a nephew of Gloria and Fran. Jacob Maatz spent the weekend of the 23rd with his grandparents, the Walter Maatz'. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz visited with Edna Boldenow at Appleton. Elenore Olson and Carol Olson visited Marcella and Luverne Olson Thursday night and in the afternoon visited Janice Olson. Lyle and Karen Schake were last Sunday evening visitors of Earl and Margaret Schake. Lois and Joleen Larson attended a Creative Expressions party on Wednesday evening, Jan. 27th at the home of Betty Stensrud. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schake of Appleton were Saturday afternoon, Jan. 23rd and evening guests of Gladys Schake at her apartment. Sunday, Jan. 24th, the Trinity Friendship League held their bowling i ....... i i" J.,_ QU,00TY CLOCX REPA/R Antique * Mantle 400"Day * "Annivcmary Strildng • Chiming CRAIG RANDLEMAN 1.€ MN 320-839-2357 ta Certified ker - Watchmaker Call After 6 p.m. for Estimates I party at t-h--Big Stone Bowl in Ortonville. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lotthammer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz, Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Whiting, Pastor and Mrs. Robert Friedrich, Isaac and Matthew Brehmer, Norma Wittnebel and Lillian Struck. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz and Mrs. Mrs. Melvin Maatz visited at the Norma Wittnebel home after bowling. Elaine Gregorich of Spring Lake Park came Saturday, Jan. 23 and spent to Sunday, Jan. 24th with her mother, Norma Larson, and they visited Alvin at Northridge at Ortonville. Thursday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Roiland of Chokio visited Hilda Brehmer. On Saturday afternoon, Jan. 23rd, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Josephson of Madison visited Hilda Brehmer. Thursday, Carol Borgerson and Margaret Klefsaas visited at the Bernice Peterson home in Montevideo. Wally and Lois Larson of Bellingham are proud to announce the birth of their first grandchild, a son was the best out of 175,000 entries. The Ortonville lumber- man was in Seattle when news of his victory was received. He will be the recipient of $23,000 in prizes. The Trojans will meet the undefeated Dawson basketball team in the first round of the tournament. Big Stone Lake's southern extremities have been busy with fishermen coming from a f DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The Ortonville Independent radius of 50 miles. Facilities for night baseball was urged by a committee who attended the city council meet- ing. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Peterson of Ortonville, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brott of Big Stone City and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Carlson of Ortonville. 70 YEARS AGO Feb. 7, 1929 Esther Lindsay of Mora was united in marriage Sunday with Lester Prior at the home of her parents in Mora. Mr. and Mrs. K.C. Hansen of Prior Township celebrated their golden wedding anniver- sary on Feb. 6th. Installation of a complete new switchboard is being made this week at the Ortonville Power plant. Florence Gloege was elect- ed assistant superintendent for this year at the Ortonville Hospital. Only one week left to get your auto license. There will be no grace period beyond Feb. 15th. This column sponsored in part by born to their daughter, Joleen. Lucas Lee was born December 8th, 1998 at Dawson, weighing 8 Ibs., 12 oz. and was 20 1/2" long. Elaine Gregorich, Norma Larson and Betty Hanson had supper at Club 7-75 on Saturday evening. Bill Giese was a visitor at the Shorty Jorgenson home Wednesday afternoon. The Guild of St. Peters Lutheran Church of Bellingham met at the Doris Hansen home at rural Louisburg on Monday afternoon, Jan. 25th. Attending were Dorothy Weber, Hilda Brehmer, Arlene Karels and Minnie Giese. Dorothy was the hostess. Daren Maatz from Willmar was a guest at the Melvin Maatz home Monday, Tuesday and Thursday Elaine Gregorich and Norma Larsen were Sunday morning breakfast guests of Betty Hanson. Woody and Carol Mangel visited at the Margaret Klefsaas home Wednesday afternoon. Erik Gerrits of St. Johns University has spent time at home and on Tuesday, Feb. 2rid, Dennis and Kathy Nelson will take him to the airport where he leaves for South Africa to spend four months. The Guild of St. Peters Lutheran Church met at the Doris Hansen home on Monday afternoon, Jan. 25th. Get it even faster than you can spend it. With Rapid Refund, we get you the most you have coming in less time. Ask about Rapid Refund electronic filing at an H&R Block 0trice near you. H&R BLOCK 208 NW 2nd St. • Ortonville, MN 56278 (320) 839-3295 Hours: Mon,, Wed., Frl., 9am-5pm; Sat., 9am-12noon (320) 839-3820 • • • • • Hwy. 75 North Ortonville, MN , .,. 5628 Attending were Dorothy Weber, Hilda Brehmer, Arlene Karels and Minnie Giese. Dorothy was the hostess. Albert and Tracy Rebehn were visitors of Ella Hanson at Northridge at Ortonville Tuesday afternoon. Aimee Lund and Daren Walter spent last weekend with Paul and Carol Lurid. Alan and Ruth Hansen visited Alice Hansen at her Hilltop apartment on Monday evening. LeAnn Stone was a last Sunday afternoon visitor of Elmo and Lorraine Sorenson. Sue Jensen and Bill Cowden were last weekend guests of Spence and Marilyn Jensen. On Friday evening, they all along with Sheri Laechelt, Dana and Tara and Molly Bredeck visited Alvin and Marius Jensen at their Hilltop apartment at Lorraine Sorenson baby shower for Lucas Lee Saturday afternoon at Lutheran Church in Bellin also the baby shower for Mork at the Louisburg Church. Rosen news By Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg Mr. and Mrs. Tom Strei of Alexandria were weekend guests at the Gene Strei home and also visited at the Greg Strei home. Mrs. Joan Strei, Angle Schmidt and Mrs. Lillian Struck attended the Senior Federation meeting in Montevideo on Monday, Jan. 25th. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher entertained the following guests on Sunday, Jan. 31 in honor of their daughter Tiffany's 17th bii'thday, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wildung, Mrs. Tina Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Radermacher of Ortonville, Tim Radermacher and Lexi of Montevideo, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Henrich and family of Milbank, Mrs. Joe Radermacher and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wildung and family. Alfred Volkenant attended the funeral of Mrs. Ida Kunde at the Walter Trinity Lutheran Church on Saturday, Jan. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Volkenant were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Cliff and Alton Hanson home in Ortonville. Friday, Jan. 29 evening the Wayne Brehmer home and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg. Weekend guests at the Millerbernd home were Mr. Larry Weiderhoeft and Mrs. Tom Schwarz of and Mrs. Lyle Fischer and Sleepy Eye. Mr. and Mrs. Tom S Alexandria were Saturday Jan. 30 visitors at the M.J. home. Visitors at the Edward during the week were Gene Mrs. Paul Volkenant and Jand. Weekend guests at the Rademacher home were Dan Rademacher and Amy Aberdeen, Mr. and Rademacher of Brookings. Sunday dinner and were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Milbank. Mrs. Tom Strei of a Sunday, Jan. 31 afternoon the Mrs. Rose Karels visitors were Mr. and Grube. Independent Ads Get (You're reading this one aren't 1999 ST CLOUD 11th Annual SPORTSMEN'S BOAT, CAMPING & VACATION SilOW 4 GREAT SHOWS IN FEB. 1 9-21 - .o., s.ow - C.mping Show - Hunting & FIshing Show o Travel • Free Seminal1 Ortonvllle The Or anizadonal Meetin " The First of the Series is Trinity Lutheran Church 341 Park Street Please Join Us!! t999 Weight Wstchen Intl., In’., owner trademark. All rights reserved. --$ TA TE WIDE I S____ • HELP WANTED AVON PRODUCTS Start your own business. Work flexible hours. Enjoy unlimited earnings. Call toll- free 888/942-4053. AIR FORCE Great career oppoudunities available for high school grads, ages 17-27. Plus up to $9,000 enlistment bonus if you qualifyl For an information packet call 800/423- USAF or visit www.airforee.com COMPUTER NETWORK CABLE INSTALLERS Moorhead Electric, Inc. is seeking cable installers, wage/benefits above industry standards. Send resumes to: 2419 - 12th Ave. S., Moorhead, MN 56560. MOORHEAD ELECTRIC, INC. is seeking equipment operators. Back- hoe, boring machine, plow & finish Cat operators, general laborers. Wage/ben- efits abovelndustry standards. Send re- sume to: 2419 - 12th Ave. S,, Moorheed, MN 56560. FIREFIGHTERS Learn firefighting skills. Full pay/benefits. Relocation required. 17-34 years old with H.S. diploma. Cash bonus $3,000. For local interview, call 800/247-0507. ........... °... HELP SUPPORT Healthy cholesterol levels & a well-bal- anced complete weight mgmt. program. For free Info, call free 877/443-7677, or write: D&M Enterprises, P.O. Box 69, Nome, AK 99762. • BUILDINGS STEEL BUILDINGS SALE: 5,000+ sizes. 40X60X14, $7,980; 50XT5X14, $11,190; 50X100X16, $14,841; 60X100X16, $16,516. Mini- storage buildings, 40X180, 36 units, $17,818. Free brochures. www.sentinelbuildings.com. Sentinel Buildings, 800/327-0790, extension 79. M*C,A.N Minnesota Classified Advertising Network Place your cl.assified ad in over 230 news- papers 1or, on.$219. Call your wocal news- paper or me Minn.esota Newspaper Asso- ciation tor more information. • BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MEDICAL BILLING Nationwide company seeking billers. PC required, no experience necessary. Earn $31,500+. Call 800/262-6595. DISCOVERED! Lost knowledge of incredible Biblical ages. Science uncovers electron links to health, longevity. Water of Life, 306P - 12th Ave. NE, Watertown, SD 57201. INCREDIBLE PROFIT RESULTS! Quietly supplement your income. No sell- ing/recruiting. No risk $199 moneyback guarantee. Call 800/811-2141 code 64485. Free information by fax, call 415- 273-6020. GET PAID $15-$30 Let hour processing insurance claims for al doctors' office. Complete trainingpro- vided. Computer required. Call 800/259- 6661, ext. 220. INCOME OPPORTUNITY Pickyour own hours. Be your own boss. $2,000+ per week. Part'time/full'time" Proven system. Great support. Not MLM. Free info. 800/283-8402. • HELP WANTED DRIVERS DRIVER BUD MEYER TRUCK LINES Refrigerated hauling. *$1,000 sign-on bo- nus for exp. co. drivers. *Solo drivers start up to 33’. Solo drivers & contractors call toll free: 877/283-6393. Graduate stu- dents: 800/338-6428. DRIVERS/OWNER-OPERATORS Magnum Companies is growing. Logistics company with great opportunities for quali- fied drivers and owner-operators. Call us today to find out more. 800/726-7510. FLATBEDIDRYVAN And refer drivers needed immediatelytl Southern Minnesota area. Start at .30cpm w/3yrs experience. Excellent banefitsl Call J&R Schugel 800/ 359-0101, ext, 88. DRIVER... Swift Transportation hiring experienced & inexperienced drivers. CDL training avail- ablel Excellent pay, full benefits, consistent miles, assigned equipment, Swift Trans- portation. 800/284-8785 (eoe-m/f). • TANNING WOLFF TANNING BED; Tan at home. Buy DIRECT and SAVEI Commercial/Home units from $199. Low Monthly Payments FREE Color Catalog. Call TODAY 800/842-1310 • FINANCIAL $$ WE BUY$$ *Seller Financed Notes. ments. *Land Note Portfolios, Financial 800/969-1200, ext. 38. CREDIT CARD One monthly payment. No Debt Free America E NO Problem credit? Own the home now, without a Alliance $ov E'f'00ii00'00'00iii.LS ,! day approval. Cut monthly 50%. Become debt free. feeslt 800/863-9006 ext. 878. • HEALTH FREE! How to make your body and keep lean musclef to: MYH, Rt. 1, Box 22D 26164. • EQUIPMENT FOR SAWMILL $3795 Saws logs into mills, 90 Cudwright Drive, #3, NY 14221. 800/578-1363, • POOLS AMAZING OFFER! Swimming poolsl Must sell of new leftover'98 famil 19'X only $8881 100% financin • REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Red's Grill in establishment in to poor health. A real Realty, 507/893-4666. AFFORDABLE TERM INSURANCE $100,000 male: 50 - $22.84 me. teed renewable - non-cance 95. Banner Life. 10 preferred. Jeff Beck, 800/381-0997. cluded, Rates as of 6/10/98. Page 4b 00INDEPENDENT Tuesday,