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notices OTICE MORTGAGE 3LOSURE SALE HEREBY GIVEN that OCCurred in the conditions of mortgage: 3AGE: April 25, RINCIPAL AMOUNT OF ,767.00 R(S): Ted Van Hoorn n/k/a Paula D. band and Wife =irstplus Financial, OF RECORDING: 11, 1998, Big Stone Document #: 146316 NTS OF MORTGAGE: gned to: Credit ervicing and Dated: May 6, 1998 IPTION OF d 8 (Eight) of ace Addition Ortonville, Big Stone WHICH PROPERTY IS Stone UE AND CLAIMED TO )F DATE OF NOTICE, ',ES, IF ANY, PAID BY 291.57 pre-foreclosure been complied with; or proceeding has been or otherwise to recover by said mortgage, or T to the power of sale said mortgage, the above will be sold by the as follows: OF SALE: March A.M. SALE: Sheriff's Main house, 20 SE Second Is, MN debt secured by Said taxes if any, on said tnd the costs and including attorneys fees LJbject to redemption the date of said their personal from financial JNICATION IS FROM A ATTEMPTING TO A DEBT. ANY OBTAINED WILL BE PURPOSE. THE RIFICATION OF THE IDENTITY OF THE EDITOR WITHIN THE )ED BY LAW IS NOT THIS ACTION. THE BY LAW FOR BY THE MORTGAGOR, ,GOR'S PERSONAL OR ASSIGNS, CED TO FIVE WEEKS ORDER IS ENTERED STATUTES, 032 DETERMINING, R THINGS, THAT THE PREMISES ARE A RESIDENTIAL )F LESS THAN FIVE aT PROPERTY USED URAL PRODUCTION, 28, 2003 Asset Servicing and Securitization, LLC !nee of Mortgagee ignee of Mortgagee nesota 55101 11, 18, 25, 4, 2003) .IC HEARING )ne County Housing & Authority will hold a tng for the purpose of )ns' comments regarding cy Plan for Public 8 Programs. g Will take in the iocate#lac01 NW at MN 56278 from p.m. on Thursday, AUCTION Street 56278 be postmarked no 18, 2003) NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING The Big Stone County Housing & Redevelopment Authority will hold a Public Hearing for the purpose of obtaining citizens' comments regarding their proposed application to the Department of Rural Development (RD) for the Housing Preservation Grant (HPG) Program. Activities included in the Proposed Application are: The provision of Deferred Loans for ualifying Very Low Income Persons aunty-wide for Housing Rehabilitation to Owner/Occupied Housing Units. The Hearing will take place in the HRA Office located at 133 NW Second Street, Ortonville, MN 56278 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 5, 2003. You may also mail your comments to: Mary R. Beling HRA Executive Director 133 NW Second Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Such letters must be postmarked no later than March 20, 2003. (Feb. 18, 2003) IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Linda Lee, who passed away one year ago, Feb. 14, 2002. AN ANGEUS KISS We go through life so often, not stopping to enjoy the day. And we take each one for granted as we travel on our way. For in our pain and sorrow, an Angel's Kiss will help us through, This kiss is very private, for it is meant for only you. We never stop to measure, anything we just might miss. But if the wind should blow by softly, we'll feel an Angel's Kiss. A kiss that is sent from heaven, a kiss from up above. A kiss that is very special, from someone that we love. So when our hearts are heavy, and filled with tears and pain, And no one can console us, remember once again... About the ones we grieve for, because we sadly miss. And the gentle breeze we took for granted was just an Angel's Kiss. Sadly missed by her cousin Lorraine Schnaser and friend 4-1 Delores Mueller Birthdays As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Tuesday, Feb. 18 Keith Tyson, Stephen Grease Blcy, Shat Petersen, Alyssa Wakeman, Alyssa Gustafson, Bev Clues Wednesday, Feb. 19 Carol Ann Kockx, Myrtle M. Johnson, Shawnda Johnson, Arlene Wiese, Becky Backstrand, Tyler James Dimberg Thursday, Feb. 20 Sara Streed Mathes, Stephanie Olson Voth, Wade Swezey, Shawna Speth, Devon Brecke, Greg Sotebeer, Kayla Sotebeer, Sarah Karels Friday, Feb. 21 Greg Scheff, Jenny Streed, Jodi Frevert, Ana Maria Kelly, Ethan Henneberg Saturday, Feb. 22 Susan Jane McCarthy, Harlan J. Parker, George Gimmestad, Vern Wakeman, Sara Kraemer, Daniel Callies Sunday, Feb. 23 Jayson Bogenreif, Lyn Holme Logelin, Anna Rothi, Kim Backstrand Klancke, Helen Danielson Breden, Patricia K. Shiek Taheri, Jim Klancke, Steve Kasper, Eric K. Burman, Alison Lundberg, Leonard Johnson, Michael David Karn Monday, Feb. 24 Ken Kolb, Lilah Hoffbeck, Ashley Holtquist, Mark Thompson, Seth Daniel Jurgens Tuesday, Feb. 25 Scott Simonitch, Peter Holme, Doris Scoblic, Emilic Waits, Andrew Strei, Daryl Jonescheit, Jr., Key. Monte Meyer, Mark Bursheim, Robert Hofstad, Noah James Streed Laura Brown honored with IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Lee Johnson, Nov. 22, 1939 - Feb. 15, 2002 HEAVEN IS MY ItOME Dear Lord, 1 love the world you've made, its valleys, hills and streams. l've spent much time with every one and yet to me it seems A million years just idly spent enjoying gifts so fine Would all tell me you bless me with a love that is divine. This world is all l've known, Lord, and l've traveled far and wide. I've seen the world close at hand and on the other side. And everywhere that 1 have gone in atr, on sea or land. 'Twas plain to see that everything is held within your hand. But Lord, it seemed my life was short, the years were all too few, So many things were left undone I wanted so to do. I'd planned to visit family and friends for many years, but then so unexpectedly it ended with our tears. Now those who know all tell me heaven doesn't count by years, And knowing that has helped so much to take away my fears. Though being human seems to make it difficult to see You created us to live with you for all etemity. But now I've glimpsed the heavenly realm, its beauty, joy and peace, And been assured the blessings flow and they will never cease. Dear Lord, forgive my discontent that earthly years were few, And fill my heart with gratitude for nearer life with you. And now; dem-IA3rd, remerdBeF : all my family with love, Assure them I am living still and bless them from above. Just tell them I am happy and my spirit's free to roam Throughout the whole wide world because heaven is my home. We love you and miss you so deeply, Wife Donna, Shawnda, Ra'Keeta, Kevin, Mitch, Myles, Jason, Trisha, Elise, Laci, Mother Wilma, Family 4-1 and Friends scholarship Laura Brown, a graduate of I Ortonville High School, and daughter of Neal and Rosemary Brown, has t been awarded a $1,000.00 Dragon i I Scholarship from the Minnesota State t University Moorhead Alumni t Foundation. t I Supported by donations from friends, alumni, and employees of the university, the MSUM Alumni Foundation funds scholarships for incoming freshmen who demonstrate L high academic ability and perform well on college entrance exams. THE CI.ASSIFIED00i EQUIPMENT FOR SAI [-- TII'dE q 1 \\;fqFS with Service .., a EEL E : oiLDIN(,., FINANCIAl. I www.info-link.net FOR SALE 1-888-242-8616 *Your fret 40 Houm or I nx00lh are free and lhe selup fee reduced 1o only $10  Frt=. Trial rP.rit COME JOIN US! WEIGHT WATCHERS WEDNESDAYS Meeting 5:30-6:00 PM Trinity Lutheran Church Ortonvllle (P/ease use west parking lot door) Questions? Call 320-273-2362l Cards of thanks i CARD OF TttANKS A belated thank you to so many people who have been there for us while we were in the hospital. The doctors and nurses at the Ortonville ttospital, Fr. Bob Goblirsch for his visits and prayers. Our families, friends and neighbors with calls, vis- its, flowers, many cards and a "good- ie bag." Again, we say "Thank you!" 4-1 Albert and Doris Hoffman CARD OF THANKS We would like to say thanks to our families for the enjoyable birthday party for both of us. It was heart-. warming to see so many of our friends and family there celebrating with us. Also thanks to the American Legion Post #441 for the use of their facilities. To our family for the deli- cious lunch, to the Auxiliary ladies for serving the lunch and the gifts received. To Olivia, Danielle and Andrea who helped waitress and Jonathan for being door man. Thank you so much, Albert (Boots) and Doris Hoffman 4-1 CARD OF THANKS Thanks to Pastor Elmstrom for her comforting words and prayers and to all who called or sent cards with words of sympathy after the death of onr brother Dale. Marvin and Joan Block 4-1 and families ('Job Opportunities" Local full time positions with benefits and 401K Two part time positions available - CDL required. Call Chuck at Bauer Countryside Ag Servtce Graceville . 320-748-7245 j Scholberg finishes private pilot training UND Aerospace sophomore, i i f HELP WANTED N GRANTS ADMINISTRATION FT. Responsible for Area Agency on Aging's federal/state funded grants adminis- tration/management for nine county area (Reg. 6FJ6W). Desirable qualifications: Knowledge of state/federal contract require- ments, detail oriented, ability to analyze re D ulations and apply appropriately, communi- cation skills. Applicable degree and/or expe- rience required. Salary: $29,555-$41,555 DOE Submit resume by Feb. 28 to Paul Michaelson, UMVRDC, 323 W. Schlieman Ave.. Appleton, MN 56208. EOE 1 MNSD ....... 3942i9 et I  I I!1 In Memoriam II CARD OF TttANKS Thank you to everyone who came to and helped make our "Surprise" 45th wedding anniversary such a wonderful and memorable evening. Thanks for all the beautiful cards and gifts and outpouring of love. Thanks to Bonnie, Carol, Marlene and Sue for preparing food, helping serve and clean up, etc. Thanks to our children and families for all of their work in planning the party and keeping it a surprise. Thanks to John and Sue for being decoys and finagling a way to get us to the Legion. And, Ole and Lena (Lloyd and Sandy) as usual...you two were superb! Broadway doesn't know what they are missing, but we're glad we have you instead of them. Thanks again to each of you and for keeping it a sur- prise. What fun we had! God Bless You! 4-1 Phyllis and Ray Seller i i" Are you or someone you know a victim of Domestic Violence? The abuse can be PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL, SEXUAL. If you need help or just want to talk, call THE WOMEN'S ADVOCACY RESOURCE CENTER 320'839-2331 or 800-974-3359 All services are free and confidential. i I D Sunflower Hulls & Sawdust, I Shavings, & Ground Oat Hulls for I Bedding. Custom Mixing I Available. Sweet Corn Silage. ! 888-339-2381 Certificate, Jonathan successfully completed all the academic and flight lab requirements as established by the Federal Aviation Administration and the University. Each certificate is a challenge to IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Tom Wittnebel who passed away Feb. 21, 1998. You went ahead before us all To a place we can't visit, write or call. We miss you more than you can know The pain in our hearts It does still show. We miss your laughter, your joy and love We know you're watching us from up above, But as long as we keep you always in our hearts, Our ties to you lengthen but never part. 4-1 Meetings I II I GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS meetings will be held at 7:30 p.m. every Tuesday at First English Lutheran Chttrch, Ortonville. 36-TF AA MEETINGS are held every Monday at 8:30 a.m. at 468 Main St., Big Stone City, SD and every Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Ortonville Senior Center, 200 Monroe Ave., Ortonville (use back alley entrance). 17-TF* ALANON MEET1NCIS are held every Tuesday tram 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizen Center in Ortonville (use alley entrance). All friends and family members of alco- holics are invited. 32-TF* Christianson, Moeller among NDSU graduates Students were among the 476 to Jonathan Scholberg of Ortonville, has attain here at the University of North t, rad,me la Deeernherlmm alota.tatetU[vsit;at' argN;.rth received his Private Pilot Certificate Dakota and he should be,commended They are Michael Christianson an from UND Aerospace at the for his achievements,' said UND .... -  . -- : .... ' I.J _ ,.., ,., " .. [VllS/ In uuslness Aomlfllstratlt fl, University of North Dakota. Aerospace uean truce mlth. and Ryan David Moellcr, an MS in "To earn his Private Pilot Plant Sciences. , www.mn newspo peene|.oPq  AUG TiQN --7  CLEARWATER INTERNET AUCTION AVON BED & BREAKFAST Established 1971, specializing in finding the right auction Entrepreneur wanted, Must be willing to work whenever you on Gitstad Lake near Blackduck 40 minutes from great for our rare items, family heirlooms. Have vendor contracts want, be your own boss, and enjoy unlimited earnings, Let's crappie fishing on Upper Red catering to individuals or fam- with several International Auction Houses. 800/282-2426 talk. 888/942-4053. flies. Call 877/783-0583 www.clearwaterantiques,com SOLD History SURPLUS SUCCESS SYSTEM Learn to earn big bucks in surplus Seorets..Sourcas..Do'sDon'ts..Buy low. Sell below whole- sale & still double your money. 888/271-1447 (24hrs) SAWMILL $3895. NEW SUPER LUMBERMATE 2000. Larger capacities, options. ATV accessories, edgers sldd- ders. www,norwoodindustries.com Norwood Industries, 252 Sonwil Drive Buffalo, NY 14225, 800/578d363, Free information Ext 300N CASH Immediate Cash for structured settlements, annuities, real estate, notes, I:lvate mortgage notes, accident cases, and insurance payouts. 800/794-7310 IDEAL GIFTS BY FRIENDLY Toys & Gifts, Sensational spring catalog and discount sale catalogs are out. Free Catalogs. Hostess and Advisor infor- mation available. 800/488-4875 www.friandlyhome.corn JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH PRINCIPAL: Park Christian School, Moorhead, Minnesota, is seeking Junior/Senior High Principal to begin July 2003, For infer- motion or application phone 218/236-0500 or obtain online at www.parkchristianschool.org MINNESOTA DFL PARTY SEEKING individual with extensive writing/research skills for commu- nications position. Letter, resume, writing samples to Chair Mike Erlandson, Minnesota OFL, 255 E Plato Blvd. St. Paul, MN 55107 or merlendson@dfl,org by 3/7/03. EOE; women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. MINNESOTA DFL PARTY SEEKING individual with extensive organizational, event manage- ment, administrative skills for party affairs position. Letter, resume to Chair Mike Erlandson, Minnesota DFL 255 E. Plato Blvd. St. Paul, MN 55107 or morlandson@dfl.org by 3/7/03. 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SALE: Sheriff's Main house, 20 SE Second Is, MN debt secured by Said taxes if any, on said tnd the costs and including attorneys fees LJbject to redemption the date of said their personal from financial JNICATION IS FROM A ATTEMPTING TO A DEBT. ANY OBTAINED WILL BE PURPOSE. THE RIFICATION OF THE IDENTITY OF THE EDITOR WITHIN THE )ED BY LAW IS NOT THIS ACTION. THE BY LAW FOR BY THE MORTGAGOR, ,GOR'S PERSONAL OR ASSIGNS, CED TO FIVE WEEKS ORDER IS ENTERED STATUTES, 032 DETERMINING, R THINGS, THAT THE PREMISES ARE A RESIDENTIAL )F LESS THAN FIVE aT PROPERTY USED URAL PRODUCTION, 28, 2003 Asset Servicing and Securitization, LLC !nee of Mortgagee ignee of Mortgagee nesota 55101 11, 18, 25, 4, 2003) .IC HEARING )ne County Housing & Authority will hold a tng for the purpose of )ns' comments regarding cy Plan for Public 8 Programs. g Will take in the iocate#lac01 NW at MN 56278 from p.m. on Thursday, AUCTION Street 56278 be postmarked no 18, 2003) NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING The Big Stone County Housing & Redevelopment Authority will hold a Public Hearing for the purpose of obtaining citizens' comments regarding their proposed application to the Department of Rural Development (RD) for the Housing Preservation Grant (HPG) Program. Activities included in the Proposed Application are: The provision of Deferred Loans for ualifying Very Low Income Persons aunty-wide for Housing Rehabilitation to Owner/Occupied Housing Units. The Hearing will take place in the HRA Office located at 133 NW Second Street, Ortonville, MN 56278 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 5, 2003. You may also mail your comments to: Mary R. Beling HRA Executive Director 133 NW Second Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Such letters must be postmarked no later than March 20, 2003. (Feb. 18, 2003) IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Linda Lee, who passed away one year ago, Feb. 14, 2002. AN ANGEUS KISS We go through life so often, not stopping to enjoy the day. And we take each one for granted as we travel on our way. For in our pain and sorrow, an Angel's Kiss will help us through, This kiss is very private, for it is meant for only you. We never stop to measure, anything we just might miss. But if the wind should blow by softly, we'll feel an Angel's Kiss. A kiss that is sent from heaven, a kiss from up above. A kiss that is very special, from someone that we love. So when our hearts are heavy, and filled with tears and pain, And no one can console us, remember once again... About the ones we grieve for, because we sadly miss. And the gentle breeze we took for granted was just an Angel's Kiss. Sadly missed by her cousin Lorraine Schnaser and friend 4-1 Delores Mueller Birthdays As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Tuesday, Feb. 18 Keith Tyson, Stephen Grease Blcy, Shat Petersen, Alyssa Wakeman, Alyssa Gustafson, Bev Clues Wednesday, Feb. 19 Carol Ann Kockx, Myrtle M. Johnson, Shawnda Johnson, Arlene Wiese, Becky Backstrand, Tyler James Dimberg Thursday, Feb. 20 Sara Streed Mathes, Stephanie Olson Voth, Wade Swezey, Shawna Speth, Devon Brecke, Greg Sotebeer, Kayla Sotebeer, Sarah Karels Friday, Feb. 21 Greg Scheff, Jenny Streed, Jodi Frevert, Ana Maria Kelly, Ethan Henneberg Saturday, Feb. 22 Susan Jane McCarthy, Harlan J. Parker, George Gimmestad, Vern Wakeman, Sara Kraemer, Daniel Callies Sunday, Feb. 23 Jayson Bogenreif, Lyn Holme Logelin, Anna Rothi, Kim Backstrand Klancke, Helen Danielson Breden, Patricia K. Shiek Taheri, Jim Klancke, Steve Kasper, Eric K. Burman, Alison Lundberg, Leonard Johnson, Michael David Karn Monday, Feb. 24 Ken Kolb, Lilah Hoffbeck, Ashley Holtquist, Mark Thompson, Seth Daniel Jurgens Tuesday, Feb. 25 Scott Simonitch, Peter Holme, Doris Scoblic, Emilic Waits, Andrew Strei, Daryl Jonescheit, Jr., Key. Monte Meyer, Mark Bursheim, Robert Hofstad, Noah James Streed Laura Brown honored with IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Lee Johnson, Nov. 22, 1939 - Feb. 15, 2002 HEAVEN IS MY ItOME Dear Lord, 1 love the world you've made, its valleys, hills and streams. l've spent much time with every one and yet to me it seems A million years just idly spent enjoying gifts so fine Would all tell me you bless me with a love that is divine. This world is all l've known, Lord, and l've traveled far and wide. I've seen the world close at hand and on the other side. And everywhere that 1 have gone in atr, on sea or land. 'Twas plain to see that everything is held within your hand. But Lord, it seemed my life was short, the years were all too few, So many things were left undone I wanted so to do. I'd planned to visit family and friends for many years, but then so unexpectedly it ended with our tears. Now those who know all tell me heaven doesn't count by years, And knowing that has helped so much to take away my fears. Though being human seems to make it difficult to see You created us to live with you for all etemity. But now I've glimpsed the heavenly realm, its beauty, joy and peace, And been assured the blessings flow and they will never cease. Dear Lord, forgive my discontent that earthly years were few, And fill my heart with gratitude for nearer life with you. And now; dem-IA3rd, remerdBeF : all my family with love, Assure them I am living still and bless them from above. Just tell them I am happy and my spirit's free to roam Throughout the whole wide world because heaven is my home. We love you and miss you so deeply, Wife Donna, Shawnda, Ra'Keeta, Kevin, Mitch, Myles, Jason, Trisha, Elise, Laci, Mother Wilma, Family 4-1 and Friends scholarship Laura Brown, a graduate of I Ortonville High School, and daughter of Neal and Rosemary Brown, has t been awarded a $1,000.00 Dragon i I Scholarship from the Minnesota State t University Moorhead Alumni t Foundation. t I Supported by donations from friends, alumni, and employees of the university, the MSUM Alumni Foundation funds scholarships for incoming freshmen who demonstrate L high academic ability and perform well on college entrance exams. THE CI.ASSIFIED00i EQUIPMENT FOR SAI [-- TII'dE q 1 \\;fqFS with Service .., a EEL E : oiLDIN(,., FINANCIAl. I www.info-link.net FOR SALE 1-888-242-8616 *Your fret 40 Houm or I nx00lh are free and lhe selup fee reduced 1o only $10  Frt=. Trial rP.rit COME JOIN US! WEIGHT WATCHERS WEDNESDAYS Meeting 5:30-6:00 PM Trinity Lutheran Church Ortonvllle (P/ease use west parking lot door) Questions? Call 320-273-2362l Cards of thanks i CARD OF TttANKS A belated thank you to so many people who have been there for us while we were in the hospital. The doctors and nurses at the Ortonville ttospital, Fr. Bob Goblirsch for his visits and prayers. Our families, friends and neighbors with calls, vis- its, flowers, many cards and a "good- ie bag." Again, we say "Thank you!" 4-1 Albert and Doris Hoffman CARD OF THANKS We would like to say thanks to our families for the enjoyable birthday party for both of us. It was heart-. warming to see so many of our friends and family there celebrating with us. Also thanks to the American Legion Post #441 for the use of their facilities. To our family for the deli- cious lunch, to the Auxiliary ladies for serving the lunch and the gifts received. To Olivia, Danielle and Andrea who helped waitress and Jonathan for being door man. Thank you so much, Albert (Boots) and Doris Hoffman 4-1 CARD OF THANKS Thanks to Pastor Elmstrom for her comforting words and prayers and to all who called or sent cards with words of sympathy after the death of onr brother Dale. Marvin and Joan Block 4-1 and families ('Job Opportunities" Local full time positions with benefits and 401K Two part time positions available - CDL required. Call Chuck at Bauer Countryside Ag Servtce Graceville . 320-748-7245 j Scholberg finishes private pilot training UND Aerospace sophomore, i i f HELP WANTED N GRANTS ADMINISTRATION FT. Responsible for Area Agency on Aging's federal/state funded grants adminis- tration/management for nine county area (Reg. 6FJ6W). Desirable qualifications: Knowledge of state/federal contract require- ments, detail oriented, ability to analyze re D ulations and apply appropriately, communi- cation skills. Applicable degree and/or expe- rience required. Salary: $29,555-$41,555 DOE Submit resume by Feb. 28 to Paul Michaelson, UMVRDC, 323 W. Schlieman Ave.. Appleton, MN 56208. EOE 1 MNSD ....... 3942i9 et I  I I!1 In Memoriam II CARD OF TttANKS Thank you to everyone who came to and helped make our "Surprise" 45th wedding anniversary such a wonderful and memorable evening. Thanks for all the beautiful cards and gifts and outpouring of love. Thanks to Bonnie, Carol, Marlene and Sue for preparing food, helping serve and clean up, etc. Thanks to our children and families for all of their work in planning the party and keeping it a surprise. Thanks to John and Sue for being decoys and finagling a way to get us to the Legion. And, Ole and Lena (Lloyd and Sandy) as usual...you two were superb! Broadway doesn't know what they are missing, but we're glad we have you instead of them. Thanks again to each of you and for keeping it a sur- prise. What fun we had! God Bless You! 4-1 Phyllis and Ray Seller i i" Are you or someone you know a victim of Domestic Violence? The abuse can be PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL, SEXUAL. If you need help or just want to talk, call THE WOMEN'S ADVOCACY RESOURCE CENTER 320'839-2331 or 800-974-3359 All services are free and confidential. i I D Sunflower Hulls & Sawdust, I Shavings, & Ground Oat Hulls for I Bedding. Custom Mixing I Available. Sweet Corn Silage. ! 888-339-2381 Certificate, Jonathan successfully completed all the academic and flight lab requirements as established by the Federal Aviation Administration and the University. Each certificate is a challenge to IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Tom Wittnebel who passed away Feb. 21, 1998. You went ahead before us all To a place we can't visit, write or call. We miss you more than you can know The pain in our hearts It does still show. We miss your laughter, your joy and love We know you're watching us from up above, But as long as we keep you always in our hearts, Our ties to you lengthen but never part. 4-1 Meetings I II I GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS meetings will be held at 7:30 p.m. every Tuesday at First English Lutheran Chttrch, Ortonville. 36-TF AA MEETINGS are held every Monday at 8:30 a.m. at 468 Main St., Big Stone City, SD and every Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Ortonville Senior Center, 200 Monroe Ave., Ortonville (use back alley entrance). 17-TF* ALANON MEET1NCIS are held every Tuesday tram 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizen Center in Ortonville (use alley entrance). All friends and family members of alco- holics are invited. 32-TF* Christianson, Moeller among NDSU graduates Students were among the 476 to Jonathan Scholberg of Ortonville, has attain here at the University of North t, rad,me la Deeernherlmm alota.tatetU[vsit;at' argN;.rth received his Private Pilot Certificate Dakota and he should be,commended They are Michael Christianson an from UND Aerospace at the for his achievements,' said UND .... -  . -- : .... ' I.J _ ,.., ,., " .. [VllS/ In uuslness Aomlfllstratlt fl, University of North Dakota. Aerospace uean truce mlth. and Ryan David Moellcr, an MS in "To earn his Private Pilot Plant Sciences. , www.mn newspo peene|.oPq  AUG TiQN --7  CLEARWATER INTERNET AUCTION AVON BED & BREAKFAST Established 1971, specializing in finding the right auction Entrepreneur wanted, Must be willing to work whenever you on Gitstad Lake near Blackduck 40 minutes from great for our rare items, family heirlooms. Have vendor contracts want, be your own boss, and enjoy unlimited earnings, Let's crappie fishing on Upper Red catering to individuals or fam- with several International Auction Houses. 800/282-2426 talk. 888/942-4053. flies. Call 877/783-0583 www.clearwaterantiques,com SOLD History SURPLUS SUCCESS SYSTEM Learn to earn big bucks in surplus Seorets..Sourcas..Do'sDon'ts..Buy low. Sell below whole- sale & still double your money. 888/271-1447 (24hrs) SAWMILL $3895. NEW SUPER LUMBERMATE 2000. Larger capacities, options. ATV accessories, edgers sldd- ders. www,norwoodindustries.com Norwood Industries, 252 Sonwil Drive Buffalo, NY 14225, 800/578d363, Free information Ext 300N CASH Immediate Cash for structured settlements, annuities, real estate, notes, I:lvate mortgage notes, accident cases, and insurance payouts. 800/794-7310 IDEAL GIFTS BY FRIENDLY Toys & Gifts, Sensational spring catalog and discount sale catalogs are out. Free Catalogs. 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