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notices DISTRICT COURT JUDICIAL DISTRICT )BATE COURT DIVISION 31G STONE ) NOTICE OF HEARING FOR ADJUDICATION DETERMINATION OF APPOINTMENT OF REPRESENTATIVE IN ADMINISTRATION AND CREDITORS of "-'RESTED PERSONS red and Notice is hereby the 24th day of February I O'clock A.M., a hearing will above named Court at Minnesota, for the m of intestacy and of heirship and for the F Carla Schellberg, whose 1, Box 242, Ortonville, as personal representative te of the above named SUpervised administration, thereto must be filed That, if proper, and no filed, said personal ve will be appointed to me estate to collect all I legal debts, claims, taxes es, and sell real and and do all necessary Upon completion of on, the representative inal account for the shall distribute the estate Is thereunto entitled as Court, and close the "ler given that ALL claims against said Ired to present the same representative or to the rater within four months of this notice or said ! 5, 1999 Peter A. Heft, Judge Diana Shelstad, Court Administrator by Deb Henningson, Deputy 187 56278 ;o. 97597 9, 16, 1999) NOTICE DISTRICT COURT .L DISTRICT COURT DIVISION IG STONE PETITION OF PROPERTY D DWYER, of William Joseph Dwyer, 9, 1999, having been, rt representing that the has been dead three years leaving therein described, and probate of the last will of any, and the descent be determined and Court to the persons 3Y ORDERED, that said lrd on the 10th day of 8:30 o'clock A.M. by the at Ortonville, State ORDERED, that the notice of said hearing in M.S.A. 524.1- ns entitled to notice 524.3-403 and to all ave filed a demand for to M.S.A. 524.3-204. 9, 1999 Peter A. Heft, b Judge y Diana Shelstad, Court Administrator r 156278 97597 23,1999) 568-2204 n Legion Auxiliary ts monthly meeting With pine members :ing time is now January since meeting _ no quorum Illllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllmllmmllllllmlll ,TUBBS gOFT WATER present. Thank you notes were received from Bellingham School students and staff, Arlene Hoffman, Lac qui Parle Santa Anonymous. Marion Maatz and Eleanore Olson attended the Midwinter Conference at Morris. Marion reported it was very interesting and informative concerning our Veterans. Marion Maatz, membership chairman reports that our renewals are up to 100 percent. The seventh district is second in Minnesota in membership and third in state of Minnesota. Dates to remember: Feb. 28th, Fairboard and bingo workers at Nassau. Class reunions: Class of 1974 - 25th reunion July 21st, Class of 1949 - 50th reunion Oct. 2. President Elenore Olson thanked all workers who helped at Rose Bowl dinner, Pancake Supper and Bloodmobile. Hostesses were Betty Nelson, Barb Jahn and Dorothy Vangsness. March hostesses are Sharon Kirchberg, Liz Brehmer and Eunice Mork. We all wish you a Happy New Year. Marlys Redepenning was present at the Community Day Drawing Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 3rd when her name was called for $80. On Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 10th, the drawing will be for $20. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kunde of Morris were Saturday dinner guests of Margaret Klefsaas. They attended the funeral of Ida Kunde Saturday afternoon at Trinity Lutheran Church, Town Walter. Sunday, Jan. 31st, Carol and Richard Borgerson entertained for Sarah's Confirmation. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. David Borgerson, Margaret Klefsaas, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Klefsaas and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Kirchberg and family, Mr. and Mrs, Kent Borgerson, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Sheldon and family, Leonard Kerkaert and Julie, Brenda Colombe, Mrs. Steve Wagner and Jackie, Susan Kerkaert, Lance Lasson, Alan Kerkaert, LeAnn Saeland, Matt Aamot" and many friends and classmates of Sarah. Wally and Lois Larson, Joleen and Lucas Larson and Ron Van Horn Jr. enjoyed supper together at Trevetts Supper Club at Milbank on Tuesday evening and later all visited at the Loren and Sandy Schake home at Ortonville. Tuesday afternoon visitors at the Margaret Klefsaas home were Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Bersie of Annandale. Darrin Larson returned to Fargo to work on Tuesday the 2nd after having spent the last 2 months at his parent's home. Brent Larson of Alexandria also spent the weekend at home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hiepler visited Minnie Schellbeg Friday afternoon and they all visited also at the Luella Ninneman home later. Lillian Struck was a Sunday visitor of Duane and Margret Stueckrath. Dick and Sue Ohm and Arlene Karels were visitors last Friday and Saturday at the Elmer Goetsch home in St. Cloud. Tamra Bakken and Andrew Lenz of Mankato were weekend guests at the Ned Gioege home. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz attend the funeral of Ida Kunde at the Trinity Lutheran Church of Bellingham. Bill and Minnie Giese and Martha Jones of Milbank were Sunday, Jan. 31st visitors at the Bertha Johnson home in Canby. Sunday evening visitors at the Ned Gloege home were Glenda Reinke and David Hofhenke. Dorothy Weber, Wayde and Joan Weber, Emily and Abbey Weber went to New London, Wise. and visited at the Blaine and Shelly Anderson home over the weekend. They celebrated Abbey's 3rd birthday on Saturday. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz visited with Edna Boldenow of Appleton. John, Kali and Kara Maatz are spending the weekend with their grandparents, the Walter Maatz's, while their parents are attending the elevator convention• Jacob Maatz is spending the time with Kathleen and Barry Long. Thursday, Hilda Brehmer, Lillian Ninneman and Anna Marohl of Appleton accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harry Loeschke and went to Huron, M.D. and visited and hq,lped George Verheist celebrate his birthday. Daren Maatz of Willmar spent Monday and Thursday at home at the Melvin Maatz home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz attended the funeral of Ida Kunde at Trinity Lutheran Church Saturday SEEDING * SERVICE * (All Makes) "Drinking Water Systems • iron Removal Systems • Salt Delivery bin Phone 289-1999  leb. 16, 1999 afternoon. Bill and Minnie Giese and Gerhart Laabs attended the funeral for Walter Nelson on Tuesday morning, Feb. 2rid at the Garfield Church, rural Madison. Lois Skallcrud of Madison visited on Saturday afternoon with Lois Larson and also Joleen and Lucas. Last Saturday afternoon visitors and luncheon guests of Hilda Brehmer were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Loeschke and Lillian Ninneman. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz visited Myrtle Maatz home on Saturday afternoon. Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz and Daren were luncheon guests at the Norma Wittnebel home at Ortonville. Last Sunday, Jan. 31st, Doug and Cheryl Mangel entertained at the Woody Mangel home in honor of her dad, Herb Thomas' birthday. Their guests were Kyle and Jessica Mangel of St. Cloud, Clark and Kelly Mastel and children of Ortonville and Woody and Carol Mangel, Last week, Gary and Mary Roiland went snowmobiling with the Appleton Snowmobiling Club and spent Tuesday to Sunday at Red Wing, Minn. Jared spent the time with Mike and Marcie Schmeising at Holloway. Muriel La Belle is visiting Kristi and Dan Austin and family in Grand Forks. Alan and Ruth Hansen visited Alice Hansen on Monday night. Joyce Letrud visited her sister, Aylis Mears, in Warminster, PA. for a week. She stayed with her niece and husband, George and Aylis Wold while there• Judy Dallman and Jace, Terry Johnson, Bob and Abbey met Joyce in Sioux Falls on Saturday evening and spent the evening and Sunday together. They returned to their homes Sunday evening• Myrtle Kittelson spent the Feb. 6th weekend with Wally and Wanda Kittelson at Montevideo. They observed Myrtle's birthday and great granddaughter, Rachel Kittelson, of Mpls 11 th birthday. Last Saturday night, Alan and Ruth Hansen attended the girls basketball game at Lac qui Parle Valley High School. Kelly Hansen is a member of the 9th grade girls basketball team. Last Thursday, Rick and Terry Johnson attended the funeral of a friend, Tim Daniels, in Aberdeen. The Faith Circle met at the Louisburg Church Thursday afternoon, Feb. 4th, with six members present. Terry Johnson was the hostess and Ruth Hansen led the Bible study. I00FOR A-B-C, WANT AD 0000J"KRINOS YOU READV'C'ASX BLUE RIBBON PRIZE winner of cake donation to Big Stone County Historical Society Museum bake sale, Feb. 6, 1999 was Ms. Janelle Kelly of Big Stone City, SD. Baked goods donations incorporated old recipes of past family traditions such as angel food and sponge cakes, ranger cookies, ammonia cookies, potato cookies and rolls. A new convenience item appeared. Decorated jars filled with cookie ingredients as "do- it-yourself" cookies. .+; :+:: :i!!iiii!i!!'i:i:i:i:i!i : . . For more information call 1-$O0-ACS-2345 lOO% HMI1T.D AREA I Ask For I Year Interest Free I JD 2940, ......................... $14,500 dO 140, 4x4. new motor ............. II CIH 7240 MFWD,.; .......... $85,000 ..................................... $26,000 | CIH 7120 MF'WD, 88 ...... $41,000 JO 8640, 4x4 .................. $25,000 l JD 4430, ......................... $14,500 JD 8640, 3 hyd.. PTO ..... $28,000 | JD 4450, 2WD, ................ $35,000 JD 8850, 3 pt, 4x4 .......... $415,000 l JO 4640, 2WO ................ $26,000 JD 8450, 4x4. rebuilt motor ......... | JD 8300 MFWD ............. $85,000 ..................................... $37,500 | JO 8650, 4x4 .. ................ $40'0--00 1 J :'D-IGO0, 8RW, mountad ,.i i a6, ;i ....................................... TRACTORS 2-2 drill hitches, for 30' JD 750 JO 1850. 42', 787. tow beiweon i JD 1850, 30', 787, tow between JO 1850, 30', 787, tow between i JO 1850, 30", 787, low between ;Concord 4712 air seeder, 47' JD 7200, 16RN Irash whippers... drills ................... Choice $2,000 Markers, for 30' JD 750 dnlls ...... ....................................... $1,50o JD 750:30' drills, Haukaas hitch .......... o, ..... .,,oo...•., .... ...o, ............ . $42,000 ..................................... $42,000 JD 750 20" drills ............. $33,000 JO 7200, 12RN .............. $21,000 dO 750 20' drills ............ $33,1100 JD 7200, 12RN .............. $21,000 JD 750 15'dri115 ............ $18,500 JD 7200, 8RW ................ $18,0OO JD 750 15'drills ............. $15,500 JD 7200, 8RW, liquid fert$1g,000 JD 750 15'drlllt ............ $15,500 Day County Sales l Service 1.800-658-2252 or 605-345-3391 Webster, SD i  After Hours: I DON'T ADVERTISE I F You have all the business in your community. I F None of your customers have access to other stores. I F Peop00 moving and being born. I F People love you so much that they just can1 stand to buy from anyone else. "Out of sight - Out of mind - Out of business" ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT 839-6163 I THE LAURA INGALLS WILDER PRESENTATION done by Norman Shelsta on Saturday, Feb. 6, 1999 also honored Wilder's Feb. 7th birth date and was held at the Big Stone County Historical Society Museum. Shelsta guided his audience through a time line of the Ingalls-Wilder family travels, beginning Jan. 10, 1836 with Pa Ingalls' birth to Laura's death Feb. 10, 1957 and her daughter, Rose Wilder Lane's passing Oct. 30, 1968. VAN AHN & 1:0. North Branch Plaza, 901 Hwy. 29 N., Suite 207, Alexandria, MN AG ][ARKETING AND CONSULTING Personalized Marketing Assistance in Grains, Livestock, Energies, Milk. Commodity Brokerage for Producers and Investors Office Hours: 7:15 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 320.762-1104 or 800.648.5494 www.vanahnco.com E-Maih vanahn@vanahnco.com Tl00e00e's TITT]e . . . To order Carlson Cra& or personalized graduation announcements, cards, and much , more/ name Available at: Ortonville Independent / / / / Ortonville, MN 320,839-6163 INDEPENDENT Page 9b notices DISTRICT COURT JUDICIAL DISTRICT )BATE COURT DIVISION 31G STONE ) NOTICE OF HEARING FOR ADJUDICATION DETERMINATION OF APPOINTMENT OF REPRESENTATIVE IN ADMINISTRATION AND CREDITORS of "-'RESTED PERSONS red and Notice is hereby the 24th day of February I O'clock A.M., a hearing will above named Court at Minnesota, for the m of intestacy and of heirship and for the F Carla Schellberg, whose 1, Box 242, Ortonville, as personal representative te of the above named SUpervised administration, thereto must be filed That, if proper, and no filed, said personal ve will be appointed to me estate to collect all I legal debts, claims, taxes es, and sell real and and do all necessary Upon completion of on, the representative inal account for the shall distribute the estate Is thereunto entitled as Court, and close the "ler given that ALL claims against said Ired to present the same representative or to the rater within four months of this notice or said ! 5, 1999 Peter A. Heft, Judge Diana Shelstad, Court Administrator by Deb Henningson, Deputy 187 56278 ;o. 97597 9, 16, 1999) NOTICE DISTRICT COURT .L DISTRICT COURT DIVISION IG STONE PETITION OF PROPERTY D DWYER, of William Joseph Dwyer, 9, 1999, having been, rt representing that the has been dead three years leaving therein described, and probate of the last will of any, and the descent be determined and Court to the persons 3Y ORDERED, that said lrd on the 10th day of 8:30 o'clock A.M. by the at Ortonville, State ORDERED, that the notice of said hearing in M.S.A. 524.1- ns entitled to notice 524.3-403 and to all ave filed a demand for to M.S.A. 524.3-204. 9, 1999 Peter A. Heft, b Judge y Diana Shelstad, Court Administrator r 156278 97597 23,1999) 568-2204 n Legion Auxiliary ts monthly meeting With pine members :ing time is now January since meeting _ no quorum Illllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllmllmmllllllmlll ,TUBBS gOFT WATER present. Thank you notes were received from Bellingham School students and staff, Arlene Hoffman, Lac qui Parle Santa Anonymous. Marion Maatz and Eleanore Olson attended the Midwinter Conference at Morris. Marion reported it was very interesting and informative concerning our Veterans. Marion Maatz, membership chairman reports that our renewals are up to 100 percent. The seventh district is second in Minnesota in membership and third in state of Minnesota. Dates to remember: Feb. 28th, Fairboard and bingo workers at Nassau. Class reunions: Class of 1974 - 25th reunion July 21st, Class of 1949 - 50th reunion Oct. 2. President Elenore Olson thanked all workers who helped at Rose Bowl dinner, Pancake Supper and Bloodmobile. Hostesses were Betty Nelson, Barb Jahn and Dorothy Vangsness. March hostesses are Sharon Kirchberg, Liz Brehmer and Eunice Mork. We all wish you a Happy New Year. Marlys Redepenning was present at the Community Day Drawing Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 3rd when her name was called for $80. On Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 10th, the drawing will be for $20. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kunde of Morris were Saturday dinner guests of Margaret Klefsaas. They attended the funeral of Ida Kunde Saturday afternoon at Trinity Lutheran Church, Town Walter. Sunday, Jan. 31st, Carol and Richard Borgerson entertained for Sarah's Confirmation. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. David Borgerson, Margaret Klefsaas, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Klefsaas and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Kirchberg and family, Mr. and Mrs, Kent Borgerson, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Sheldon and family, Leonard Kerkaert and Julie, Brenda Colombe, Mrs. Steve Wagner and Jackie, Susan Kerkaert, Lance Lasson, Alan Kerkaert, LeAnn Saeland, Matt Aamot" and many friends and classmates of Sarah. Wally and Lois Larson, Joleen and Lucas Larson and Ron Van Horn Jr. enjoyed supper together at Trevetts Supper Club at Milbank on Tuesday evening and later all visited at the Loren and Sandy Schake home at Ortonville. Tuesday afternoon visitors at the Margaret Klefsaas home were Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Bersie of Annandale. Darrin Larson returned to Fargo to work on Tuesday the 2nd after having spent the last 2 months at his parent's home. Brent Larson of Alexandria also spent the weekend at home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hiepler visited Minnie Schellbeg Friday afternoon and they all visited also at the Luella Ninneman home later. Lillian Struck was a Sunday visitor of Duane and Margret Stueckrath. Dick and Sue Ohm and Arlene Karels were visitors last Friday and Saturday at the Elmer Goetsch home in St. Cloud. Tamra Bakken and Andrew Lenz of Mankato were weekend guests at the Ned Gioege home. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz attend the funeral of Ida Kunde at the Trinity Lutheran Church of Bellingham. Bill and Minnie Giese and Martha Jones of Milbank were Sunday, Jan. 31st visitors at the Bertha Johnson home in Canby. Sunday evening visitors at the Ned Gloege home were Glenda Reinke and David Hofhenke. Dorothy Weber, Wayde and Joan Weber, Emily and Abbey Weber went to New London, Wise. and visited at the Blaine and Shelly Anderson home over the weekend. They celebrated Abbey's 3rd birthday on Saturday. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz visited with Edna Boldenow of Appleton. John, Kali and Kara Maatz are spending the weekend with their grandparents, the Walter Maatz's, while their parents are attending the elevator convention• Jacob Maatz is spending the time with Kathleen and Barry Long. Thursday, Hilda Brehmer, Lillian Ninneman and Anna Marohl of Appleton accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harry Loeschke and went to Huron, M.D. and visited and hq,lped George Verheist celebrate his birthday. Daren Maatz of Willmar spent Monday and Thursday at home at the Melvin Maatz home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz attended the funeral of Ida Kunde at Trinity Lutheran Church Saturday SEEDING * SERVICE * (All Makes) "Drinking Water Systems • iron Removal Systems • Salt Delivery bin Phone 289-1999  leb. 16, 1999 afternoon. Bill and Minnie Giese and Gerhart Laabs attended the funeral for Walter Nelson on Tuesday morning, Feb. 2rid at the Garfield Church, rural Madison. Lois Skallcrud of Madison visited on Saturday afternoon with Lois Larson and also Joleen and Lucas. Last Saturday afternoon visitors and luncheon guests of Hilda Brehmer were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Loeschke and Lillian Ninneman. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maatz visited Myrtle Maatz home on Saturday afternoon. Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz and Daren were luncheon guests at the Norma Wittnebel home at Ortonville. Last Sunday, Jan. 31st, Doug and Cheryl Mangel entertained at the Woody Mangel home in honor of her dad, Herb Thomas' birthday. Their guests were Kyle and Jessica Mangel of St. Cloud, Clark and Kelly Mastel and children of Ortonville and Woody and Carol Mangel, Last week, Gary and Mary Roiland went snowmobiling with the Appleton Snowmobiling Club and spent Tuesday to Sunday at Red Wing, Minn. Jared spent the time with Mike and Marcie Schmeising at Holloway. Muriel La Belle is visiting Kristi and Dan Austin and family in Grand Forks. Alan and Ruth Hansen visited Alice Hansen on Monday night. Joyce Letrud visited her sister, Aylis Mears, in Warminster, PA. for a week. She stayed with her niece and husband, George and Aylis Wold while there• Judy Dallman and Jace, Terry Johnson, Bob and Abbey met Joyce in Sioux Falls on Saturday evening and spent the evening and Sunday together. They returned to their homes Sunday evening• Myrtle Kittelson spent the Feb. 6th weekend with Wally and Wanda Kittelson at Montevideo. They observed Myrtle's birthday and great granddaughter, Rachel Kittelson, of Mpls 11 th birthday. Last Saturday night, Alan and Ruth Hansen attended the girls basketball game at Lac qui Parle Valley High School. Kelly Hansen is a member of the 9th grade girls basketball team. Last Thursday, Rick and Terry Johnson attended the funeral of a friend, Tim Daniels, in Aberdeen. The Faith Circle met at the Louisburg Church Thursday afternoon, Feb. 4th, with six members present. Terry Johnson was the hostess and Ruth Hansen led the Bible study. I00FOR A-B-C, WANT AD 0000J"KRINOS YOU READV'C'ASX BLUE RIBBON PRIZE winner of cake donation to Big Stone County Historical Society Museum bake sale, Feb. 6, 1999 was Ms. Janelle Kelly of Big Stone City, SD. Baked goods donations incorporated old recipes of past family traditions such as angel food and sponge cakes, ranger cookies, ammonia cookies, potato cookies and rolls. A new convenience item appeared. Decorated jars filled with cookie ingredients as "do- it-yourself" cookies. .+; :+:: :i!!iiii!i!!'i:i:i:i:i!i : . . For more information call 1-$O0-ACS-2345 lOO% HMI1T.D AREA I Ask For I Year Interest Free I JD 2940, ......................... $14,500 dO 140, 4x4. new motor ............. II CIH 7240 MFWD,.; .......... $85,000 ..................................... $26,000 | CIH 7120 MF'WD, 88 ...... $41,000 JO 8640, 4x4 .................. $25,000 l JD 4430, ......................... $14,500 JD 8640, 3 hyd.. PTO ..... $28,000 | JD 4450, 2WD, ................ $35,000 JD 8850, 3 pt, 4x4 .......... $415,000 l JO 4640, 2WO ................ $26,000 JD 8450, 4x4. rebuilt motor ......... | JD 8300 MFWD ............. $85,000 ..................................... $37,500 | JO 8650, 4x4 .. ................ $40'0--00 1 J :'D-IGO0, 8RW, mountad ,.i i a6, ;i ....................................... TRACTORS 2-2 drill hitches, for 30' JD 750 JO 1850. 42', 787. tow beiweon i JD 1850, 30', 787, tow between JO 1850, 30', 787, tow between i JO 1850, 30", 787, low between ;Concord 4712 air seeder, 47' JD 7200, 16RN Irash whippers... drills ................... Choice $2,000 Markers, for 30' JD 750 dnlls ...... ....................................... $1,50o JD 750:30' drills, Haukaas hitch .......... o, ..... .,,oo...•., .... ...o, ............ . $42,000 ..................................... $42,000 JD 750 20" drills ............. $33,000 JO 7200, 12RN .............. $21,000 dO 750 20' drills ............ $33,1100 JD 7200, 12RN .............. $21,000 JD 750 15'dri115 ............ $18,500 JD 7200, 8RW ................ $18,0OO JD 750 15'drills ............. $15,500 JD 7200, 8RW, liquid fert$1g,000 JD 750 15'drlllt ............ $15,500 Day County Sales l Service 1.800-658-2252 or 605-345-3391 Webster, SD i  After Hours: I DON'T ADVERTISE I F You have all the business in your community. I F None of your customers have access to other stores. I F Peop00 moving and being born. I F People love you so much that they just can1 stand to buy from anyone else. "Out of sight - Out of mind - Out of business" ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT 839-6163 I THE LAURA INGALLS WILDER PRESENTATION done by Norman Shelsta on Saturday, Feb. 6, 1999 also honored Wilder's Feb. 7th birth date and was held at the Big Stone County Historical Society Museum. Shelsta guided his audience through a time line of the Ingalls-Wilder family travels, beginning Jan. 10, 1836 with Pa Ingalls' birth to Laura's death Feb. 10, 1957 and her daughter, Rose Wilder Lane's passing Oct. 30, 1968. VAN AHN & 1:0. North Branch Plaza, 901 Hwy. 29 N., Suite 207, Alexandria, MN AG ][ARKETING AND CONSULTING Personalized Marketing Assistance in Grains, Livestock, Energies, Milk. Commodity Brokerage for Producers and Investors Office Hours: 7:15 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 320.762-1104 or 800.648.5494 www.vanahnco.com E-Maih vanahn@vanahnco.com Tl00e00e's TITT]e . . . To order Carlson Cra& or personalized graduation announcements, cards, and much , more/ name Available at: Ortonville Independent / / / / Ortonville, MN 320,839-6163 INDEPENDENT Page 9b