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)4 DEADLINE Friday Noon ? Phone 320-839-6163 Fax 320-839-3761 FOR SALE Sioux Historic Pavilion Over 10,000 sq. ft. of building. Many different | / I ~ p ssibilitiesavailablef rabuilding fthissize'l I P oP T 'cALL I SEALEY'S [ REAL ESTATE[ 320-839-3826 Ortonville, MN Ivy Sealey, Broker Sales," Jeff Berger, 1-877-508-9248, Jan Bolduc, 1-320-760-9594 / For rent ORTONVILLE MAIN STREET Spacious 1 and 2BR apts. in store front for rent, up to 1,320 sq. ftl ,e,-y well maintainedbhlg. Call 320-839-3349. 1-TF* Appliances, lamldry facilities and ear plug-ins. Alqn'm'e,l applicants receive last month's FREE with a one-year lease. FOR RENT-Apartment for rent. Downtown Ortonville, Call Paul. 605-432-5542, evening: 605-432- 5058 6-2* ) )) ~D ~ILS'I" BE I RESENTED ~ITH ~1 I IJCATION Call 605-862-8280 or 1-888-424-1733 %JDD # 1-800-877-1 ! 13 HOME-RITE APARTMENTS 126 - 1st St. SE Ortonville, MN 19 1-2 PM REFRESHMENTS SERVED View available one bedroom units Meet staff from Van Binsbergen & Associates Inc. I Help wanted ] LIVE-IN CARETAKER wanted for elderly gentleman in Ortonville. Minimum care required, light house- keeping. Use of complete house, pri- vacy in evenings. Free room and board, monthly income to be negoti- ated. Call 320-839-2836 to arrange an interview. 3-TF* 656 Walnut St. Big Stone City, SD Spacious 2BR apartment in very well maintained bldg. Appliances, laundry facilities & car plug-ins. Approved applicants receive LAST MONTH'S FREE with a one-year lease. Ad must be presented with application. Call 605-862-8280. or 1-888-424-1733 TDD #1-800-877-1113 Meetings ALANON MEETINGS every Tuesday, 6:30-7:30 p.m Ortonville Senior Citizen Center (use side entrance). Friends and family of alco- holics are invited. 32-TF* Isn't it about time you had a job that was fun and exciting, working with terrific people? Holiday Stationstores, a leader in the convenience store industry, has that job available. We are currently hiring FT and PT Cashiers in addition to a great place to work, benefits include: Competitive Pay Medical Insurance (FT) Paid Vacations .Bonus Incentives A Scholarship Program That Pays i Money Towards Tuition for Every I Hour Worked i And More Please apply in person to the Stationstore at: 624 SE 2nd St Ortonville, MN 56278 Equal Opportunity, Employer EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR SALE HELP WANTED STRTIONSTORES HELP WANTED-INSURANCE Ortonville Area Health Services BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Northridge Residence seeks dedicated Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) to join our team! Shift available vary; will include alternating weekends and holidays. Positions scheduled 48-80 hours per two-week pay period will qualify for our full benefits package Responsibilities include assisting nursing staff in the treatment and care of residents in accordance with established policies and proce- dures to provide quality care CNAs must be certified and on (or eligible for) the MN Registry. For consideration for this position, please complete an OAHS application to: Ortonville Area Health Services Attn: Kim McCrea, HR 450 Eastvold Ave. Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone Judy 320-839-4175 emaih mccreak @oahs. us OAHS is an EOE Need job security? Quiet living? Tired of the rat race? Rewarding career? Opportunity for job growth ? 900 2nd Ave. Madison, MN Certified Nursing Assistants, LPN and RN [ Must be currently licensed in MN Communication skills required Must be caring, dependable, passionate about working with the elderly, and able to work well with others. Flexible hours available + tuition reimbursement + benefits + hiring bonus for PT and FT scheduled positions. CONTACT HUMAN RESOURCES AT 320-598-7536 OR GO TO: TO DOWNLOAD JOB APPLICATION. Nursing - more than a profession it's a calling! cowicr,xrx'w po 13ar h She&" I Wanted ] WANTED-JD Model R or 70 Standard. Call 952-935-2190 after 7 p.m. 6-1 Sweet Corn Silage Available Now Services CRAIG BEYER'S Tree Service- Quality tree trimming, removal and stump grinding. Call 320-589-2114. 29-TF* Personals PREGNANT oR WONDERING? Afraid to tell parents? Free and confi- dential testing and resource informa- tion. Call 1-800-550-4900 or 320- 839-7174. Birthright, 482 U.S. Hwy. 12, P.O. Box 273, Big Stone City, SD 57216. 34-TF* N i 5 Gityse5001 Firestone I!iiiiiiil)i!!iiii!ii!is !!ili!N! !iii@ N ati n,(! 1 i!i iiiiiiiiiiiii iliii iiiiiii!iiiiiii iiiiiiiiiii iii b fe e bsiiitOi iiiiiiiii!ii iiiii i!!iiiiii,:!iiiiii!!ii i:;iiii i i] Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS The Revillo Fire department would like to thank everyone who helped fight the fire at Charlies Place and Main Street Care on the night of Feb. 3rd. A very big thanks to all of the area Fire Departments who quick- ly came to our aid when we needed them. The training, dedication and professionalism of our volunteer fire- fighters was definitely seen by all during that terrible fire. It was a long and cold night. With your help we were able to save our post office. A special thanks to all of the people of our community who donated and cooked food for all our firefighters. In no time at all we had hot coffee and food that helped us get through that difficult night. Times like this is when our communities prove just how generous we are. Thank you all. 6-1" Revillo Fire Department The Big Stone Health Care school quartet with Keven Berdan, Foundation will be "Celebrating the Michael Peterson, Tom Rausch and Legacy" at its 16thAnnual GalaAffair Bryant Zahrbock. on March 21, 2009 at the Army Gala committee members are Barb National Guard Armory in Ortonville. Ash, Kristi Delage, Neva Foster, The evening will be a celebration of Sandy Hanson, Patty Haukos, Heather the final phase of the Foundation's Henrich, Ann Holme, Kristi "Building a Healthy Future" Capital Lillehaug, Lisa Ross, Mary Ross, Campaign, the dedicated donors who Ethel Swenson, Ronda Thieike, have raised over $1.8 million this past Heather Tietjen, Cindy VanDover, year, the growth of our health care Barb Voecks and Mary Winther. system, our healthcare providers and Please join us in celebrating! The all those who have given of them- legacy of exceptional healthcare is selves for this significant project. Cost one of the most important gifts we can of the event is $45 per person which leave for future generations. includes champagne, wine, hors Invitations willbein the mailsoon, d'oeuvres, dinner and dancing. All or you may make your reservations proceeds of the Gala Affair benefit the online at For more Big Stone Health Care Foundation to information about the 16th Annual fulfill its mission to maintain and Gala Affair, please call Sally Rakow expand area health care at 320-839-4135 or email The evening begins at 5:30 with a social hour featuring the Swingtime For more information on how you Band playing music for dancing, a can become part of "Building a champagne fountain, wine and hors Healthy Future being here to care" d'oeuvres. This year's program will be contact Sally Rakow. If you would a power point presentation chroni- like to make a gift to the Campaign cling the health care of yesterday and before the Gala, here's how you can today put together by Patty Haukos. contribute: you can donate online at The dinner, catered by Shady Beach,, call the Fotindation will be served beginning at 7:00 with office to discuss a pledged gift that a choice of Prime Rib, Apricot works for you, visit with one o.f our Brandied Chicken, Maple Roasted Steering Committee members or mail Pork Tenderloin Medallions with your gift to the Foundation at: 450 maple reduction and Mahi Mahi with Eastvold Avenue Ortonville, MN tropical fruit salsa. Dessert, by Dan 56278. Roe will feature chocolate and vanilla For questions about the building tortes as well as Shady Beach's fruit replacement project, call Rick Ash at with raspberry cream sauce. Dinner 320-839-4127 or send an email to pro- music will be provided by Annie Voecks and The B Sharps, a high I Miscellaneous I NEW PRICE!! 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Non-runners 866/912-GIVE CARD OF THANKS We want to thank everyone who was so kind in caring for our Mom, Grandma and Great-Grandma, Lillian Ninneman. during her recent illness and Homegoing. Thank you to the doctors, nurses and caregivers at the Ortonville Hospital, Fairway View and Northridge Residence. Harriet. we appreciate so much the hours you spent reading the Bible to Morn and being there for her. Thank you Pastor Phil Ostlund. Pastor Darrell Boe. Pas- tor Dave Homrighausen and Brian. Pearson for the visits, prayers and encouragement. Thank you to all who attended the visitatton and memorial celebration and your kind words of comfort and prayer for us. Thank you for the wonderful service. Pastor Phil Ostlund and Pastor Dave Ernst, and for all who shared precious memo- ries. Thank your, Lynda, for the beau- tiful music. Ladies, it was a delicious lunch following the service and we appreciate you so much. Thank you for the beautiful flowers and plants. May God Bless each of our family and friends who have been so kind to us.6-1 Lawrence & Anne Schmieg & families " Vidella Parks & families Dave & Naomi Ernst & families Dan & Sue Ninneman & families PERFORMING DURING WINTER CARNIVAL CORONATION on Monday, Feb. 9, were the men's quar- tet group the "B Sharps". Pictured from left to right are senior Michael Peterson, junior Keven Berdan, senior Bryant Zahrbock and sophomore Torn Rausch. The group entertained the aud.'ence with a selection of Do Wop songs. Page 10 INDEPENDENT Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2'009 t