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00I'OHS,'Seni.ors on parade I ALEXIS RAE DANIELSON, daughter of Craig and Robin Danlelson, plans to attend Concordla College in Moorhead after graduating. During High School, Alexis has been employed at Bill's Super Valu Plus and has coached Summer Rec Softball. Alexis Is an Academic Letter Winner, and has lettered in Softball. She also won first llSCe at a state horse show for ppology-stations, and fifth place in horse training level one. Alexis has been involved In Varsity Softball, 7-9th grade volleyball, and Junior Olympic Volleyball. She has also been active in 4-H for 11 years showing horses, beef, rabbits and other non-livestock exhibits. - !. :llllla.  ..... SARAH LAVOI is the daugh- ter of Terry and Paula LaVol. She is a 3-year letter winner in Basketball, and 2003 basket- ball captain. She has lettered in track the last five years, and was named Track "Rookie of the Year" her eighth grade year. She has also been active in FCA, Pep Band, Concert Band and Jazz Band. She is a member of the Diamond and Century Clubs, and received an Honorable Mention Award in Basketball. Sarah has also been on the honor roll. During high school, Sarah has worked at Cenex Convenience Store and the Ortonville Pool. After graduation, Sarah plans to attend St. Cloud Technical College for Surgical Technology or Computer Networking and Support. BRANDON SWIGERD is the son of Mark Swlgerd and Karen Swigerd. Brandon enjoys the outdoors, especially archery, waterfowl hunting, deer hunt- ing, camping and recreational vehicles. He has been an honor roll student throughout his enrollment at OHS. After graduation, Brandon will be attending NDSCSfor recre- ational vehicles. Extension report III Vince Crary Regional Extension Educatol:, Ag Production Systems - Livestock PO Box 250 New York Mills. MN 56567-0250 218 385-3086 DAIRY ROTATIONAL INTENSIVE GRAZING Dairy cows grazing on lush green pastures is a sight everyone can appreciate, but is dairy rotational intensive grazing for everyone? If I rotational graze  my dairy cows, what are the benefits, what are the problems? Can I make money grazing my cows? If I choose to get into rotational grazing, I spreading the manure, your amount of stored feed and manure handling are reduced. Equipment is used less and lasts longer which is another reduced cost. What are some of the problems or challenges of rotational grazing? Lower or reduced milk production depending on the system you implement. Establishment of the pastures, what species to use and getting water to your pastures are all concerns. Weather is always a challenge  if it is too wet, too dry, how do you manage the cows and the pastures? These are all challenges that dairy grazers have to learn to manage. No two grazing dairies are exactly the same. Some rotate cows and use only the pasture for food. Others will feed TMR or corn silage with grain in it. These are all management decisions you need to make when rotational grazing your dairy cows. do I go about getting started in rotational grazing? The number one question a producer needs to ask is can I make money with a rotational grazing system. Dr. Margot Rudstrom at the West Central Research and Outreach Center at Morris has worked with a group of Extension Economists from surrounding states to put together extensive economic numbers for dairy producers that have gone to the rotational grazing model. Margot can be reached at 320-589-1711. She also has information on raising replacement heifers in a grazing vs. feedlot operation. When you have these good numbers to look at and compare with, I would suggest working with an area Farm Business Management Instructor to see if grazing will work financially for your dairy business. What are some benefits to rotational grazing? Cow health is a big benefit, getting cows out and walking has been a big plus. Cows on pasture stay in the herd longer, allowing producers to build cow numbers or sell excess heifers. Herd health costs are reduced. With the cows harvesting their forage and fortunate to have excellent grazing resources. Like I mentioned, Dr. Margot Rudstrom is working with the economic side of rotational grazing. We also have Dr. Dennis Johnson at the Research and Outreach Center at Morris who heads up the dairy herd that is rotationally grazed. Dennis' focus is to work on production issues of dairy rotational grazing. How do you learn more about dairy rotational grazing or how to get started? Margot, Dennis or I are all resources to help you. The dairy producers that are already grazing are another valuable resource and very willing to help others get started. Dairy grazing in Minnesota is growing. It would not be growing if it was not profitable. Is grazing for your dairy? Only you can answer that. To find out more about Dairy Rotational Grazing, give Margot or Dennis a call at 320-589-1711 or call Vince at 218- 385-3000. Vince Crary is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in the Ag Production Systems - Dairy area serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone County. IRAs have never been more individual. Yesterday's IRAs were one-size-fits all. Today you have more IRA choices, yet you still need to decide which IRA is best for your financial circumstances. Whether you're considering a new IRA or debating a rollover, get sound advice. An American Express financial advisor can help you weigh your options and select an IRA that meets your individual needs. Call today for a complimentary, no obligation initial consultation. Becky K. Parker, CFW' 33 NW 2nd Strcct- P.O. Box 141 Ortonvillc, MN 56278 (320)839-3030 Toll Frcc (88'8)839-3373 becky.k.parkcr(bamex.com American Fxprcss Financial Advisors Inc Memh'r N'ISI). American Express Company is separate li-oln American t:.xpress Financial Advisors Inc. and is nol a brokct-dcalct '£" 1998-2002 American Express Financial Colporalion. All itgllt icscrvcd. 11:O2 RYAN BOOTS is the soon of Frank Boots and Judy Raddatz. Ryan's activities Include school sports, espe- cially baseball, and fishing. He has been employed with Bud's Bait Shop and has also worked as a custodial helper at OHS. After graduation, Ryan will be attending Ridgewater College In Willmar, entering into the Carpentry program. Open house for Agnes Pillatzke Agnes Pillatzke will be celebrating her 80th birthday at an open house in her honor, Sunday, April 6, 2003 at the St. James Catholic Church Hall in Nassau. Hours will be 2 to 4 p.m. No gifts please. If you are unable to attend, cards can be mailed to her at: 338 3rd Ave., Nassau, MN 56257. Protect Glyphosate by Adding Residual to Roundup Ready Com Switching to Roundup Ready ® carn doesn't necessarily mean that weed control will be simple. Just as we have seen single post applications of glyphosate m Roundup Ready soybeans hit some potholes with the advent of glyphosate-resistant weed species, Roundup Ready corn could head down the same path. In fact, resis- tance to Roundup could accelerate if growers rely on it solely for weed control in both corn and beam. If you want to protect one of your most valuable herbicides for years to come, adding a soil- apphed residual herbicide to your Roundup Ready weed control program is critical. It will also keep fields clean for emerging corn by eliminating competition for moisture and sunlight. Using any of Dow AgroSciences soil-applied acetochlor herbicides - ,k * Keystone , Keystone LA, FulTirne , TopNotch* or Surpass* herbicide - will control grasses and small-seeded broadleaf weeds like waterhemp, lambsquarters and pigweed. If you need to control broadleaf weeds like giant and common ragweed, velvefleaf, cocklebur and sunflower, Hornet*WDG herbicide is the perfect tank-mix partner for acetochlor or any leading grass herbicide. A soil-applied application of a residual herbicide will allow you to control later emerging weeds with often reduced rates of glyphosate and control weeds postemergence at a smaller, more manageable size. For more information on using residual herbicides like Keystone, Keystone LA, FulTime, TopNotch, Surpass and Hornet WDG in Roundup Ready corn, contact your local ag retailer. (Dow AgroSciences *rMTra&marks ot I){r*v AgmScwnces LLC lRoundup Ready Is a try&mark ofMonsanto Compatw. Keystone, Keyonc LA, FulTmw,TopNotch and Suqma are k.dcrally It.csicted Use Peticidt- al ar' zx)t avad. able for sle, ditrflmon or us,, m D., state of NcwYolk } Iorl¢l WI)G Is hlnitcd to 2 oz./A ]n a POST apphcatlon oldy in the state of New York. Alw, q read and Iblkw latx'l directions www.dowagro.¢om ASHLY THIELKE, daughter of Russ and Rhonda Thlelke has been involved with Steeple People, Dinner Theatre and has acted as an acolyte at First English Lutheran Church. She has been listed on the honor roll, and was a Homecoming attendant her eighth grade year. Ashly has worked at Northridge and the Hilltop Cafe. After graduation, Ashly will be attending Inver Hills College. Dale Jacobsen rites Wednesday Dale Dean Jacobsen passed away Monday morning, March 31, 2003 at his home in George, IA, reaching the age of 67 years and 29 days. Funeral services for Dale, 67, of George, IA, and formerly of Lake Norden, SD will be held Wednesday, April 2 at 7 p.m. at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in George, IA, and at 11 a.m. on Thursday, April 3 at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Lake Norden. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 2 at the Immanuel Lutheran Church and one hour prior to services at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Lake Norden on Thursday, April 3. Dale is the father of Ortonville's Brett Jacobsen. Big Stone County Flag Contest Winner Jodi Kaye Wins County Flag Design Contest Jodi Kaye, CGB senior, took first place in the Design-a-Flag contest for the Big Stone County Historical Society Museum. Jodi is a Graphic Design student at CGB and as an assignment given by Ms, Birkholtz the class was to create a flag design of what was important in Big Stone County. Jodi designed a computer generated picture with a farm and corn for the farming community, a fisherman for the interest in fishing and a sunset that represents Big Stone Lake. Jodi received a $50 savings bond as her prize. Her design was featured and displayed at the Ortonville Sports and Leisure Show on March 15 and 16. Jodi is the daughter of Jim and Cheri Kaye of Clinton. Markets No. 1 Wheat ." .................... 3.77 Soybeans ............................ 5.50 Corn ................................... 2.11 Apr. 1, 2002 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.07 Soybeans ........................... 4.25 Corn ................................... 1.69 JODI KAYl " TUPPE] • Bridal Shower & • In Home Parties  • Hostess Gift Specials • Fundraisers - ("/o donated) • Career Opportunity • Lifetime Guarantee • Monthly Specials Call 800-939-5105 or 328-839-3454 Ask for Lany ,ture Sale! Salet Since 1901 a garage Better than an :l these prices as low can pc. room poup, Sofa, Ioueseat, coffee table, 2 end tables, 2 lamps ............ $J,399.00 ..................................... Now only $799.95 7 pc. room group, Reclining sofa, loveseat, 2 end tables, coffee table, 2 lamps .... $I,$79.00 .................................... Now only $1,O99.99 Room Cochrane 42" SoLid Oak Table, protective top & 4 Cochrane oak chairs Was $1,199.OO ..................................... Now only $639.99 Drop leaf table and 2 chairs, Apartment size .Was 8349.99 ..... Now only End Tables, More selection ........................  ................ Starting Full Size Curio, Lighted & mirror back ........................ Was $249.00 ..... Now only Ashley Loose P/l/ow Back Sofa ......................... Was $937.9s ..... Now only Queen Hide-A-Beds, Inner spring mattress .................... Was $6S9.99 ..... Now only Lane Robotic Massage Recliner ........................ Was $1,219. O0 ..... Now only GLider Rocker & GLider Ottoman, Choice of colors ............ Was $199.99 ..... Now only Ashley Loveseat, Several styles ................................ 1/2 Price at England Leather Loveseat, 2 only, steel blue color ............. Was $909.95 ..... Now 5 Lamps left ......................................................... 1/2 Price " 4 Drawer Chest, only I left! ................................ Was $179.9S ..... Now only Other Chests ............................................................ As low 3 pc. Entertainment Center, 27 , solid oak and veneer ....... Was $749.99 ..... Now only Full size Futon, with mattress ............................. Was $259.99 ..... NOW OnlY' w ,o o.lY Occasional Chairs, s iuels/ ckers ......................... Was $389.99 ..... Now , Solid Oak Bedroom Set, Dresser, mirror chest, headboard & footbc tcaWas $1,758.98 . Now onlY Basaett Lighted Display Bookcase, With storage ............. Was $529.99 ..... Now Olll' Headboards, Huge selection, twin s/ze . . ............................ Starting Lane Reclining Sofa, rnerald green fabric q[...Was $969.00 Now only Sectionals, 4 in stock ...................  ........................ Starting at Schweiger Plaid 80fa with oak wood accents. Was $939.99 Now only  , .1 Twin Size Mattress or Box Spring ...................................... As low as Odd Mattresses & Box Spring, Twin, full, and queen ........ $:169.00 ea. full ....... $129 • Special orders welcome • Free Delivery • Service after the sale • Financing plans for • 6 months no interest • Layaway • In store financing LINGER I -"°'- Furniture & Carpet 619 Aft. Ave. Morris or ro n0e 589-3911 * 1-800-495-3911 -, o.o ss.  s,,, w Page 8 ,i INDEPENDENT Tuesday, 00I'OHS,'Seni.ors on parade I ALEXIS RAE DANIELSON, daughter of Craig and Robin Danlelson, plans to attend Concordla College in Moorhead after graduating. During High School, Alexis has been employed at Bill's Super Valu Plus and has coached Summer Rec Softball. Alexis Is an Academic Letter Winner, and has lettered in Softball. She also won first llSCe at a state horse show for ppology-stations, and fifth place in horse training level one. Alexis has been involved In Varsity Softball, 7-9th grade volleyball, and Junior Olympic Volleyball. She has also been active in 4-H for 11 years showing horses, beef, rabbits and other non-livestock exhibits. - !. :llllla.  ..... SARAH LAVOI is the daugh- ter of Terry and Paula LaVol. She is a 3-year letter winner in Basketball, and 2003 basket- ball captain. She has lettered in track the last five years, and was named Track "Rookie of the Year" her eighth grade year. She has also been active in FCA, Pep Band, Concert Band and Jazz Band. She is a member of the Diamond and Century Clubs, and received an Honorable Mention Award in Basketball. Sarah has also been on the honor roll. During high school, Sarah has worked at Cenex Convenience Store and the Ortonville Pool. After graduation, Sarah plans to attend St. Cloud Technical College for Surgical Technology or Computer Networking and Support. BRANDON SWIGERD is the son of Mark Swlgerd and Karen Swigerd. Brandon enjoys the outdoors, especially archery, waterfowl hunting, deer hunt- ing, camping and recreational vehicles. He has been an honor roll student throughout his enrollment at OHS. After graduation, Brandon will be attending NDSCSfor recre- ational vehicles. Extension report III Vince Crary Regional Extension Educatol:, Ag Production Systems - Livestock PO Box 250 New York Mills. MN 56567-0250 218 385-3086 DAIRY ROTATIONAL INTENSIVE GRAZING Dairy cows grazing on lush green pastures is a sight everyone can appreciate, but is dairy rotational intensive grazing for everyone? If I rotational graze  my dairy cows, what are the benefits, what are the problems? Can I make money grazing my cows? If I choose to get into rotational grazing, I spreading the manure, your amount of stored feed and manure handling are reduced. Equipment is used less and lasts longer which is another reduced cost. What are some of the problems or challenges of rotational grazing? Lower or reduced milk production depending on the system you implement. Establishment of the pastures, what species to use and getting water to your pastures are all concerns. Weather is always a challenge  if it is too wet, too dry, how do you manage the cows and the pastures? These are all challenges that dairy grazers have to learn to manage. No two grazing dairies are exactly the same. Some rotate cows and use only the pasture for food. Others will feed TMR or corn silage with grain in it. These are all management decisions you need to make when rotational grazing your dairy cows. do I go about getting started in rotational grazing? The number one question a producer needs to ask is can I make money with a rotational grazing system. Dr. Margot Rudstrom at the West Central Research and Outreach Center at Morris has worked with a group of Extension Economists from surrounding states to put together extensive economic numbers for dairy producers that have gone to the rotational grazing model. Margot can be reached at 320-589-1711. She also has information on raising replacement heifers in a grazing vs. feedlot operation. When you have these good numbers to look at and compare with, I would suggest working with an area Farm Business Management Instructor to see if grazing will work financially for your dairy business. What are some benefits to rotational grazing? Cow health is a big benefit, getting cows out and walking has been a big plus. Cows on pasture stay in the herd longer, allowing producers to build cow numbers or sell excess heifers. Herd health costs are reduced. With the cows harvesting their forage and fortunate to have excellent grazing resources. Like I mentioned, Dr. Margot Rudstrom is working with the economic side of rotational grazing. We also have Dr. Dennis Johnson at the Research and Outreach Center at Morris who heads up the dairy herd that is rotationally grazed. Dennis' focus is to work on production issues of dairy rotational grazing. How do you learn more about dairy rotational grazing or how to get started? Margot, Dennis or I are all resources to help you. The dairy producers that are already grazing are another valuable resource and very willing to help others get started. Dairy grazing in Minnesota is growing. It would not be growing if it was not profitable. Is grazing for your dairy? Only you can answer that. To find out more about Dairy Rotational Grazing, give Margot or Dennis a call at 320-589-1711 or call Vince at 218- 385-3000. Vince Crary is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in the Ag Production Systems - Dairy area serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone County. IRAs have never been more individual. Yesterday's IRAs were one-size-fits all. Today you have more IRA choices, yet you still need to decide which IRA is best for your financial circumstances. Whether you're considering a new IRA or debating a rollover, get sound advice. An American Express financial advisor can help you weigh your options and select an IRA that meets your individual needs. Call today for a complimentary, no obligation initial consultation. Becky K. Parker, CFW' 33 NW 2nd Strcct- P.O. Box 141 Ortonvillc, MN 56278 (320)839-3030 Toll Frcc (88'8)839-3373 becky.k.parkcr(bamex.com American Fxprcss Financial Advisors Inc Memh'r N'ISI). American Express Company is separate li-oln American t:.xpress Financial Advisors Inc. and is nol a brokct-dcalct '£" 1998-2002 American Express Financial Colporalion. All itgllt icscrvcd. 11:O2 RYAN BOOTS is the soon of Frank Boots and Judy Raddatz. Ryan's activities Include school sports, espe- cially baseball, and fishing. He has been employed with Bud's Bait Shop and has also worked as a custodial helper at OHS. After graduation, Ryan will be attending Ridgewater College In Willmar, entering into the Carpentry program. Open house for Agnes Pillatzke Agnes Pillatzke will be celebrating her 80th birthday at an open house in her honor, Sunday, April 6, 2003 at the St. James Catholic Church Hall in Nassau. Hours will be 2 to 4 p.m. No gifts please. If you are unable to attend, cards can be mailed to her at: 338 3rd Ave., Nassau, MN 56257. Protect Glyphosate by Adding Residual to Roundup Ready Com Switching to Roundup Ready ® carn doesn't necessarily mean that weed control will be simple. Just as we have seen single post applications of glyphosate m Roundup Ready soybeans hit some potholes with the advent of glyphosate-resistant weed species, Roundup Ready corn could head down the same path. In fact, resis- tance to Roundup could accelerate if growers rely on it solely for weed control in both corn and beam. If you want to protect one of your most valuable herbicides for years to come, adding a soil- apphed residual herbicide to your Roundup Ready weed control program is critical. It will also keep fields clean for emerging corn by eliminating competition for moisture and sunlight. Using any of Dow AgroSciences soil-applied acetochlor herbicides - ,k * Keystone , Keystone LA, FulTirne , TopNotch* or Surpass* herbicide - will control grasses and small-seeded broadleaf weeds like waterhemp, lambsquarters and pigweed. If you need to control broadleaf weeds like giant and common ragweed, velvefleaf, cocklebur and sunflower, Hornet*WDG herbicide is the perfect tank-mix partner for acetochlor or any leading grass herbicide. A soil-applied application of a residual herbicide will allow you to control later emerging weeds with often reduced rates of glyphosate and control weeds postemergence at a smaller, more manageable size. For more information on using residual herbicides like Keystone, Keystone LA, FulTime, TopNotch, Surpass and Hornet WDG in Roundup Ready corn, contact your local ag retailer. (Dow AgroSciences *rMTra&marks ot I){r*v AgmScwnces LLC lRoundup Ready Is a try&mark ofMonsanto Compatw. Keystone, Keyonc LA, FulTmw,TopNotch and Suqma are k.dcrally It.csicted Use Peticidt- al ar' zx)t avad. able for sle, ditrflmon or us,, m D., state of NcwYolk } Iorl¢l WI)G Is hlnitcd to 2 oz./A ]n a POST apphcatlon oldy in the state of New York. Alw, q read and Iblkw latx'l directions www.dowagro.¢om ASHLY THIELKE, daughter of Russ and Rhonda Thlelke has been involved with Steeple People, Dinner Theatre and has acted as an acolyte at First English Lutheran Church. She has been listed on the honor roll, and was a Homecoming attendant her eighth grade year. Ashly has worked at Northridge and the Hilltop Cafe. After graduation, Ashly will be attending Inver Hills College. Dale Jacobsen rites Wednesday Dale Dean Jacobsen passed away Monday morning, March 31, 2003 at his home in George, IA, reaching the age of 67 years and 29 days. Funeral services for Dale, 67, of George, IA, and formerly of Lake Norden, SD will be held Wednesday, April 2 at 7 p.m. at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in George, IA, and at 11 a.m. on Thursday, April 3 at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Lake Norden. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 2 at the Immanuel Lutheran Church and one hour prior to services at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Lake Norden on Thursday, April 3. Dale is the father of Ortonville's Brett Jacobsen. Big Stone County Flag Contest Winner Jodi Kaye Wins County Flag Design Contest Jodi Kaye, CGB senior, took first place in the Design-a-Flag contest for the Big Stone County Historical Society Museum. Jodi is a Graphic Design student at CGB and as an assignment given by Ms, Birkholtz the class was to create a flag design of what was important in Big Stone County. Jodi designed a computer generated picture with a farm and corn for the farming community, a fisherman for the interest in fishing and a sunset that represents Big Stone Lake. Jodi received a $50 savings bond as her prize. Her design was featured and displayed at the Ortonville Sports and Leisure Show on March 15 and 16. Jodi is the daughter of Jim and Cheri Kaye of Clinton. Markets No. 1 Wheat ." .................... 3.77 Soybeans ............................ 5.50 Corn ................................... 2.11 Apr. 1, 2002 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.07 Soybeans ........................... 4.25 Corn ................................... 1.69 JODI KAYl " TUPPE] • Bridal Shower & • In Home Parties  • Hostess Gift Specials • Fundraisers - ("/o donated) • Career Opportunity • Lifetime Guarantee • Monthly Specials Call 800-939-5105 or 328-839-3454 Ask for Lany ,ture Sale! Salet Since 1901 a garage Better than an :l these prices as low can pc. room poup, Sofa, Ioueseat, coffee table, 2 end tables, 2 lamps ............ $J,399.00 ..................................... Now only $799.95 7 pc. room group, Reclining sofa, loveseat, 2 end tables, coffee table, 2 lamps .... $I,$79.00 .................................... Now only $1,O99.99 Room Cochrane 42" SoLid Oak Table, protective top & 4 Cochrane oak chairs Was $1,199.OO ..................................... Now only $639.99 Drop leaf table and 2 chairs, Apartment size .Was 8349.99 ..... Now only End Tables, More selection ........................  ................ Starting Full Size Curio, Lighted & mirror back ........................ Was $249.00 ..... Now only Ashley Loose P/l/ow Back Sofa ......................... Was $937.9s ..... Now only Queen Hide-A-Beds, Inner spring mattress .................... Was $6S9.99 ..... Now only Lane Robotic Massage Recliner ........................ Was $1,219. O0 ..... Now only GLider Rocker & GLider Ottoman, Choice of colors ............ Was $199.99 ..... Now only Ashley Loveseat, Several styles ................................ 1/2 Price at England Leather Loveseat, 2 only, steel blue color ............. Was $909.95 ..... Now 5 Lamps left ......................................................... 1/2 Price " 4 Drawer Chest, only I left! ................................ Was $179.9S ..... Now only Other Chests ............................................................ As low 3 pc. Entertainment Center, 27 , solid oak and veneer ....... Was $749.99 ..... Now only Full size Futon, with mattress ............................. Was $259.99 ..... NOW OnlY' w ,o o.lY Occasional Chairs, s iuels/ ckers ......................... Was $389.99 ..... Now , Solid Oak Bedroom Set, Dresser, mirror chest, headboard & footbc tcaWas $1,758.98 . Now onlY Basaett Lighted Display Bookcase, With storage ............. Was $529.99 ..... Now Olll' Headboards, Huge selection, twin s/ze . . ............................ Starting Lane Reclining Sofa, rnerald green fabric q[...Was $969.00 Now only Sectionals, 4 in stock ...................  ........................ Starting at Schweiger Plaid 80fa with oak wood accents. Was $939.99 Now only  , .1 Twin Size Mattress or Box Spring ...................................... As low as Odd Mattresses & Box Spring, Twin, full, and queen ........ $:169.00 ea. full ....... $129 • Special orders welcome • Free Delivery • Service after the sale • Financing plans for • 6 months no interest • Layaway • In store financing LINGER I -"°'- Furniture & Carpet 619 Aft. Ave. Morris or ro n0e 589-3911 * 1-800-495-3911 -, o.o ss.  s,,, w Page 8 ,i INDEPENDENT Tuesday,