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()rices of Public Hearings and Official Proceedings NOTICE DIVISION PROBATE OF  AND AND NOTICE ' CRF, DrroRs .| SAND NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed proposals will be received by the City of Ortonville at the office of the City Clerk until 8:00 P.M., March 2rid, 1961 for the followmg: Installation of an Automated Chemistry Analyzer in the Laboratory of Ortonville Hospital Each proposal must be accompanied by a certified check, cashier's check or bidder's bond of a company licensed to do b in the State of Minnesota, in a sum equal to five percent 5%) of the proposal, made Proceedings of The Big Stone County Board SpeeUd MeeUag of e COEmy Bem Jlmua 22, INI Meeting called to order by the Chairman, with all members present exee Commissioner ThompSon. Motion made by ioner Knoll, payable to the City Treasurer, City of seconded by Commissioner Radtke and Ortonville, Minnesota. carried, to approve the following: .l and Notice is hereby given The City of Ornville reserves the right a. Application and bond of Robert Jones : a bearing wl be held m the day of February 1901 at I0 to reject any or all proposals and to waive for liquor license for Foster Lodge in Foster a . Court at Ortonville, any defects, township; Specifications may be obtained at the b. Li for Sunday liquor for Foster  me formal probate of an office of Administration, Ortonvilie Area Lodge for Robert Jones to be the Will of the Health Services, 750 "Eastvold Avenue, c. ApplicaUon of Robert Jones for "OFF" 4 01et dated April 23 1971 Ortonville, Minnesota MZ78. Phone 612/839- sale Beer license for Foster Lodge in Foster appointment of ' Ben 6113. township;  ',mo address is Ortonville. (Feb. 11-1S. 1M1) Upon motion, meeting adjourned. =i.a. e named decedent in Frank Moherg, Chairman h,,.,----------maStration, and that any E.W. Trebfl, Auditor rJ'l repeesentative will be Ulper' -=' mUStandbeno filedobjectionswith arethe Proceedings of Proceedings of "- The Odessa db] ,TelmaneSand ,andsellrea, and "is, pey all legal debts. The Big Stone City Council r  e . Upon completion of the , e representative shall file  the allowance and shall  estate to the persons t' ezte,, ordered by the Court, ". claims against stud ' to present the same to Ct tative or to the Clerk tb ' zour months after the "':e or said einims will be Is/Keith C. Ivmon Judge /s/Ora Mae George Clerk fPeb. 4-II, II) NOTICE FOR BIDS t, v I_. reeeived by the City of erk h, .-7"Ya, at the Office of the ,I:" i:m P.M. March 2 19S] fur I'! " i  be acmped by a - co=my licensed to do 'of tannest, in a sam I." me CRy Treasurer of the ,-rved to reject any or '  maY be obtained at the City .._? Mad enue, -'qma, 278, Phone 61239- ;; II-18, II ) p tbe Office Of the City .M., March 2nd, II for I"t be accompanied by a ',;" ,'rves the right WqPoss and to waive  obtained at the Ortonville Area '..w Eastvold Avenue, t M27S. Phone S2/939- f'eb. 11-111, 11) Jan. 6, 1MI The City Council met in regular session with all members present. Vi Raaf was also present. The following members and re-elected members signed Oaths of Office to the City Council: Mildred Sherod-Trustee Emil Van Erem-Trustee Edward Thole-Mayor Motion by Van Erem seconded by Thole to pay the followmg bills: Donald Teske-saiary ................. 759.3 Hegges-Dec Garbage ................. . Big Stone County-Jan. garbage ....... 114.21 Commissioner of Rev.-l0 Sales Tax. 13. Amer. National Bank & Trust Co:Int. on Bond ................................. 343.75 State Trcas.-SS Payment .............. 15.00 Fischer Sales & Service-taxon & handlem.Z0 Federated Telephone Co-fu'e phones .... 900 Jurgens Hdwe-cable ................... , James Lund-teaue-misc ............... 125.54 Feed-rite Controls-acid-uewage ....... 100.83 Ortonvilte Independt-noUces ......... 9.00 Thole Grocery-l mdae ............. 1. Monzel Lmaher-mdae ................. 36.12 City of Ortomrille-man and sewer Jettor3&00 State Tres-PERA ..................... ., Otter Tail Power-J|m ................. .02 The following committee appomlxne were appointed by the Mayor on a motion by Kasel seconded.  Thole. Motion carried. Sxue-Emil Van Erern Sewer-Floyd Kas HaLl-Rich Thole Water-Lic.-Mildred Sbered On a motion by Kasel seconded by Van Erem Paul Lmdahl was hired to audit the city books for INI. Moti carried. All Ayes. Motion by Kaxel seconded by Thole to increase the monUdy water rates on the following persons: Ellingnon Inc. from 15. to 22.00 James Lurid horn 11.@7 to 15.55 fry Raaf from 11.@7 to 15.56 Clif Olson from 11.@7 to 15. Motion by Thole seconded by Sbered that we start out II Dog Licerme on Alx-fl 1st, 1961 and that all be collected at that t. M0ion carried. Motion by Van Erem seconded by Shered that we L;muo Set Up Liceme to Odeasa Rod and Run Club building. Motion carried. Motion by Kasel seconded by Van Erem to adjourn. Mayor Edward Thole Clerk-Treas. James Ltmd Meeting called to order by the Chawman, with all members present. "Motion was made, seconded and carried, to approve the minutes of the January 6th. and 2d. meetings of the County Board, after the following correction is made on the January th. meeting. Minutes indicate a one year term for the Cotmty Amessor effective January [, 1I; minutes should read "four year term, effective I-II." Motion made by Commismonr , seconded by  Phaien and carried, to approve the bond of the "Ortonville Independent" as the official newspaper of the County. Motion made by Cmmnisoner Knoll, coled by Commiasloner Rade and carrted, to renew tbe Erro& Ommmlon Policy, with the Binckburn, Nickels and Smith Inc. Insurance Company. The following appointments have made in Big Stone Connty: -Marllyn Lindahl as Big Stone County rqxemtative to Minnesota Health System Agency Six; --Alice Elllngs as Big Stone CmmW Representative to West Central Industries; --Robert Knoll as Big Stone County RepreUve to Region 6W, West Boys' Ranch and Community Action; --c.o. 'uom0me as m Stme Caunty representative to the AMC & Energy  --James Phalon as Big Stone County representative to Western Pdm Library, and RC & D Committee ---Gerald Radtke as Big Stone county representative to Nursing Co, Regional RETAC and Community Action Agency MOberg as Big Stone County Day Act/vRy Omt & West unity Services Motion made by C.mmmovr Knoll, seconded by Commissioner Rad,e and carried, to approve the following rl.tion: WHEIAS, SAP 06-405 & 060- has in an thlngs heen , and the Comty Board be funy  in tbe premises; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RF_.SOLVED; that we do hereby accept said completed project for an in behalf of the County of Big Stone and authorizes final payment as specified herein. Motion made by Commissioner Rad, seconded by Commlsmo|u,r Phalon and carrled, te set April I, II, ax the deadUne for the sign-up for the Wetland credit. Motion made by Commissioner Knoll, seconded by  Radtke and carried, to approve the hlring of Marlin U. Gulden by the Big Stone ComRy Highway Dept. effect/ve February 2, II, at an annual salary of $21,000.00. Moron made by  Phaten, mcond by CommJsaion  and carried, to appove the payment of the Pontiac Sunblrd Red, Power Steering, Disc Brakes, Tilt Wheel, Rally Wheels 145" T T T T TT TT"V-"'TT'lr" T T T TT 1980 Chevy Monza Red, 2 Dr. Coupe, Air a.  Cond., Power Brakes, , Auto. Trans. , t 10% 151" p., 001'II00100 Buick Skyhawk ' "------] I, H otchbock. Coup,,, White, Custom Sport  ....... 1 Wheels, Power Disc =:::? d t--/A Brakes, Power Steer-  mr ..) ing, AM-FM Stereo. m mal m 167" 009-25o3 following bills: ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND Amberg Motor Company-repaw parts. $118.57 CommLssioner of Transportation- supplies .............................. 18,5.78 Community Cable-tower rent ......... 170.04 Eutectic Corporation-supplies ........ 106.79 Farmers Union Off-fuel .....  ........ 1312.{B James Fashender-gravel, euipmont rental ................................ 660.00 K-Ag Service, Inc.-repair parts ....... 32& Lawson Products, Inc-supplles ....... 100.42 Loeschke Sales and Service-repairs... 193.33 M-R Sign Company, Inc.-signs ........ 193.24 Muenchow Off Co.-fuel ............... I.76 Richer Trucks-repair parts ........... 254.11 Strege's Auto Parts-supplies .......... 209.61 Xerox Corporation-rental ............. 137.90 Ziegler Inc.-repair parts ............. 6004.74 24 additional billings totalling ........ 812.17 COUNTY REVENUE FUND Community Cable Co.-tower rental ... 219.96 Angel Mittelstaedt-radio operator .... 215.04 Kristi Jolmsondradio operator ........ 231.84 Holiday-fuel, oil ...................... .81 Sinciair4uel .......................... 14.75 Vincent Taffe-mtg. exp ............... 177.51 MN Assn. of Assessing Officers- dues ................................. i00.00 Marilyn Streich-clericai help ......... 318.75 Delores Bengtson-janitor ............. 2.} Farmers Coop Elevator-fuel oil ....... 689.17 R.D. Schreiner-reimb. for supplies ... 271.50 Howard SiKer-mtg. exp ............. 120.80 Gdys Trebil-clerical ................ 510.00 SCS District-dues .................... 400.00 Miller/Davis Company-supplies ...... 122.32 Xerox-lease .......................... 560.00 ville Independent ,-supplies, publishing ............................ 381.25 AM Multigraphics-service contract, supplies ............................. 1016.30 C.O. Thompson-mtg. exp ............. Z772 48 additional billings totalling ....... 1429.02 Upon rnotion, meeting adjourned. E.W. Trebil, Auditor Frank Moberg, Chairman ! i Arhchoke J The Tri-C0unty Green Thumb Club met at the home of Mrs. Ray Mullins of Ortonville on Monday. Present were Mrs. Norel Mathison, Mrs. Herbert Wiese, Mrs. Earl Carlson, Mrs. Sam Oison, Mrs. Hannah Bail- ey, Mrs. Roy Bailey, Mrs. Harvey Lurid, Mrs. Clara Han- son and Beulah Carlson. Pro- gram booklets for the coming year were passed out. The Gar- deners Creed was read. Door prize was won by Mrs. Herb Wiese. Mrs. Ray Mullins gave the topic on "Care of House Plants." Branches were to be picked for forcing and brought to the March meeting. Lunch was served dy Mrs. Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Krogs- rud and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Krogsrud and family were Wed- nesday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Krogsrud of Bellingham to ob- serve Mrs. Stanley Krogsrud's birthday and also Scott's 10th birthday. Mrs. Herbert Wiese was a Wednesday luncheon guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Christianson (nee Dolores Hov- de) of Ortonville. Sunday supper guests at the home of Mrs. Herbert Wiese were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiese. Mr. Orrin Anderson, Sr. of Circle Pines spent Thursday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Orrin Anderson, of OrtonviUe. Kenneth, Palmer and Marie Olson visited Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wiese. Visitors last Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zempel were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Semrau of Clinton. Sun- A HAPPY WINNER OF $150 in Script money in Ortonville's Winawadaweek promotion last week was Mrs. Wilbur Athey of Clinton. She was in Ortonville's Pamida Discount Center at time of the weekly 2:30 p.m. drawing, held each Wednesday. This week's prize will again be $50. day visitor was Shelley Teske of Correll. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Smith and Lori of Big Stone City were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dexter. Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Gabrieison of Alexandria were Saturday overnight guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Henkelman. Additional supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Henkelman of Apple- ton. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Krogs- rud, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Radtke, spent the weekend in Duluth. They also visited with Barbara Krogsrud, who is attending the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Olson, accompanied by Mrs. Merriam Paulson of Appleton, visited Wednesday with Mr. Paulson at Rice Memorial Hospital in Will- mar. The Selmer Olsons also visited with Selmer's sister, Mrs. Oscar Larson, of Willmar. Mr. Lewis Jorgenson and his sister, Mrs. Alice Hallenborg, visited Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Jorgenson and Kristy of Ortonville. Sunday afternoon they visited their cousins, Mrs. Mary Hanson, 98 years old, and Mrs. Amanda Huseby, 95 years old, at the Madison Lutheran Home. Mrs. Lornell Danielson at- tended a baby shower on Sun- day at Lakeside Apartments in Ortonville for Mr. and Mrs. Kim Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Knutson and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vaage visited Sunday with Ruth Vaage in Appleton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniel- son and Julie, Mrs. Betty Bins- feld and Beth of Big Stone City, SILOS SILO UNLOADERS POLE BUILDINGS FEED LOT EQUIPMENT - CONTACT - A qualitv leader in the Agri-Business since 1915. NORLING BROS. SILO CO. INC. SVEA, MINNESOTA NEW YORK MILLS, MINNESOTA CALL TOLL FREE 1-800-992-8872 AREA SALESMAN RICHARD ZINDA ....... Phone 1-6-12-264-1821 ...... and Robin Redepenning of Odessa spent Sunday in Wadena and attended open house at the Vo-Tech school. Craig Daniel- son and Douglas Binsfeld are students there. Mrs. Fred Bakeberg and Bill Oswood spent a week in Illinois, where they visited Mrs. Bake- berg's son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Heffernan, of Lake Villa, Ill. They also visited Mrs. Bakeberg's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Westpbal, of Lombard, Ill., and other friends. They also attended the wedding of Mrs. Bakeberg's niece, Mary Ann West, to Ron Nelson, both of Niles, Ill. Stephanie, Bryan and Kevin Haukos spent Friday and Satur- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vaage. Monday guests were Shala and Caleb Haukos. Sunday evening many people attended the talk presented by Irene Bouas, OILS foreign ex- change student from Greece, about her home and country of Greece that she gave at Eid- skog Lutheran Church. Mrs. Leslie Miller of Correll spent a week in Minneapolis and visited her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly. She also visited her sister, Mrs. Fred Kline, and her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Wicklund. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Doering of Correll visited in Madison, S.D. recently with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Doering. I Beards/ey} Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ness were Wednesday visitors at the Herman Hills home at Wahpe- ton. Mr. and Mrs. John Stoick of Ortonville were Sunday supper guests at the Ora Hills home. Mr. Milton Peterson left Sun- day for Texas to spend some time with his daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Opitz of Luverne spent Tuesday after- noon at the Ora Hills home. Edith Eldridge visited with Elmer Bruce in Wheaton on Friday. Mrs. Jim Hennessy of Grace- rifle and Mrs. Loryn Sibson were Wednesday afternoon call- ers at the Ora Hills home. Vera Ferree visited Irene Farquer at the Graceville Nurs- ing hom' on Friday. Doug Hegge visited with his parents over the weekend. Frances Fossen of Kimball is spending a few days visiting relatives in the area. Louis Rook, May Keddy,, Ber- tha and Minnie Martens visited at the Henry Martens home on Tuesday. Mrs. Ole Morris, Louis Rook, and May Keddy visited Chris- tine Davidson and Cora Skund- berg in Ortonville on Wednes- day. Roger Eldridge and Jim Krueger were Fargo business callers on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Norris Haukos left Friday evening to spend a week with relaUves in Wash- ington. Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Hundeby are spending the winter months The Independent Ortonville, Minnesota Wed., Feb. II, 1981 Pae 13b at McAllen, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Todd Sittig and Cory of Alexandria visited on Friday at the Elmer Sittig home. NOTICE To the Members of Agralite Cooperative residing in District numbers 5, 0, 7 Notice is hereby given that Agralite district meetings will be held as follows: District No. 5 will be held Friday, Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Murdock Town Hall District No. 6 will be held Wednesday, Feb. 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the Aalite business office, Benson, Minnesota District No. 7 will be held Thursday, Feb. 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the Appleton Civic Center. Purpose of the meetings will be to nominate a candidate or candidates for director for the said districts for a 'term of three years, and such other business as may properly come before the meeting. Raymond Busse Secretary-Treasurer LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AN ATTENDANCE PRIZE WILL BE GIVEN INTERSTATE MOBILE-MODULAR HOMES Travel Trailers, Mini-H0mes, Pickup Toppeis, Campers Complete Sales, Service & Financing W. Hwy. 12 0rtonville, Minn. .Phone (605) 862-8181 or (605) 432.U21 I IIII THIS WEEK WITH: re'OLD 4MAR00 FEB. 16-22, 1981 Cstal clear, me-m'y seems to dlppe. Put a i!tfle sand or gravel out wi'thyour birdseed... Geoe Wash- ington s Birthday observed Feb. 16 (Mon.) ... Full moon Feb. 18 (Wed.) ... Average length of days for the week, I0 hours, 49 minutes... Lincoln County, N.M., ranch war began Feb. 18, 1878 ... Kansas prohibited alcoholic drinks Feb. 19, 1881 ... 77wfirst half of our lives is ruined by our parents, and the second half by our children. Ask the Old Farmer: I pur-  chased a device to roll news- papers into logs for the fire- place, but the instructions that came with the gadget called for the rolled news- papers to be impregnated with kerosene. Tlt way, if you keep one in your wood basket, your living room smells of kerosene. C.L., Cleveland. You can burn rolled newspapers without putting anything on them if you do not roll them up too tightly. We have burned them for years, without kerosene, or a gizmo to roll the Home Hints: Toys and small objects won't drop through furnace registers in the floor If you a,x a ptece of wmdow screen to the underside of tbse ratig. ) OLD FARMER'S WEATHER FORECASTS New : Sunny and cold, then snow middle of week; rest of week is partly cloudy and cold, possible snowstorm. Grater New York-New Jersey: Cold tematures start the week, then sunny and warm; cold resuming weekend. Middle Atlantic COaM: Week begins snowy, then sunny and warm; cold remainder of week and weekend. Piedmont & Southeast 1: Rain central at start of week, dwindling to sprinkles midweek; cool temperatures for weekend. Florida: Warm, cloudy south all week, with possible rain north at week's end. Upatate New York-Toronto & Montreal: Cold temperatures beginning of week; then rain west, clearing east; snow west by weekend. GRater Ohio Valley: Rain, snow east through midweek; then cloudy and cold rest of week and weekend. Deep South: Very warm throughout the week and weekend, with rain, heavy northeast, midweek. Chi6o & Southern Great 12dkH: Rain throughout the week; then cloudy, cold wave, by week's end. Northern Great Flareat Lakes: Warm west at start of week; then snow, becoming extremely cold west, middle through end of week. Cenal Great Plains: Clear and very warm all week; then snow north, rain and sleet south end of week. Thoma: Week brings showers south, sunny skies north, with rain and sleet south by weekend. Rocky Mounta/n: Partly cloudy and cold, then snowstorm mid- J week; week's end very cold, possible snow. Southwest : Partial clearing and cool, but showers east start of week; weekend brings cold wave. Pacific Northwest: Rainy and cold all week, with cloudy skies and . rain ending weekend. Californh: Snow in mountains, rain north and east through mid- week; clearing skies by weekend. (Al! R Re, fred, Yankmin:, Dubli N.H. 03444) I II II "Giving A 'Hand, Gives Us A Lift" TRI-COUNTY STATE BANK PHONE 839-6123 ORTONVILLE, MN I II | I I iiiiii! 1  ii! ii IN III II m@00ls OF ALL KINDS Trucks LMlrld, Plastic and mqs: Sins,  Sn md gu,  s, Store Fms and Art Werk. M G McPherson Phone 839.2462 0rtonville, Minn. The Country Parsone kn/Frank Clark ( "" "-" "" t / ml "Wisdom, like aRe-comes ,upon folks so gradually they seldom know when they have !, t' , ,H "'l