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DEADLINE Friday Noon Phone 320-839-6163 Fax 320-839-3761 email: mail@ortonvilleindependent.com For Sale or Rent 2 & 3 bedroom on the lake by the pier, 3 bedroom Victorian with view of the lake. Perfect for first time home buyer or vet. CALL 605-467-0224 IFor sale ] Ortonville, MN Sisseton, SD FOR SALE-Collector Cars! 1975 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royalle, 2 door, new tires, shocks, rear wheel bear- ings, Pioneer CD w/amps and sub, second owner, $2,500. 1971 Oldsmo- bile Vista Cruiser W30 hood, lots of extra parts, $2,500 firm. 1968 Cutlass Convertible, call for details, $1,500. Call Phil at 320-815-7918. 16-TF FOR SALE-Massage table, new condition. Paid $800, asking $400. Call Sara, 320-487-0149. 20-1 LOTS FOR SALE Lakeview Estates New development in Big Stone Cit3 SD overlooking lake, beautiful area. City sewer and water. Getting ready for spring building. Four lots sold, seven left! Carpets N More Inc, Call 605-862-6048 or 605-949-3087 Rummage & garage sales GARAGE SALE-1010 Highland Hwy., Friday, June 4, 4 to 6 p.m. Out- door Xmas decorations, TVs, VCR, golf clubs and balls, microwave, computer desk, Nordictrack abworks, picture frames, '03 Chevy truck run- ning boards and misc. 20-1" One bedroom apartment for rent. Heat, water, sewer and garbage Included. Community Room available. Van Binsbergen & Associates, Inc. 320.269.6640, ext. 24 office@vanbllc.com "Equal Housing Opportunity' For rent ] FOR RENT-Three bedroom home with small storage shed in Madison, MN, near hospital. Newly painted and very clean. Refrigerator, stove, washer and dryer are not included. References needed. No pets, no smokers! Call 320-568-2567. 16-TF* HOUSE FOR RENT IN BIG STONE CITY Three bedroom, two bath, two-car garage, $475/month. No pets, no smokers. EQUIPMENT FOR SALE 605-862-6048 605-949-3087 CRA~ VICE-Mode power stump cutter. ISA certified arborist, MN licensed tree inspector. In busi- ness since 1997. Call Craig for an estimate, 320-589-2114. 25-TF* Help wanted 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* AA MEETINGS every Monday, 8:30 a.m., 468 Main St., Big Stone ( ity, SD and every Tuesday, 8 p.m., rtonville Senior Center, 200 Man- roe Ave. (use side entrance). 25-TF* Commercial & Residential Sales & Installation PROFESSIONAL CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING Serving the Big Stone Lake Area CALL FOR ESTIMATES 320-841.0488 ~ All Work Guaranteed ~ 82491 Shady Oak Drive on Big Stone Lake 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* i CARPET CLEANING & JANITORIAL SERVICE "k Carpet Cleaning * Furniture Cleaning * Tile Floors & More Call Tom Pauli for Free stimates 605-432-5993 or 605-880-0169 Serving the Area Since 1986! HELP WANTED-PT secretary position (30 hrs/wk) at First English Lutheran Churcfi in Ortonville. Excellent communication and com- puter skills required. Hourly wage plus benefits. Job description avail- able at www.firstenglish.net/bulletin Send resume to 9 NW 3rd St., Ortonville, MN 56278; or email: felcort@ortonville.net 20-1" COOK WANTED-Apply at Hill- top Cafe. Ask for Andrea or call (320) 839-2233. 20-2* HELP WANTED-Experience Works is in need of mature workers 55 and older. We currently have part- time opportunities available in such positions as office/clerical, food ser- vice, janitorial, home health aide, teacher's aide, library, retail cashier, activities positions, and more. Experi- ence Works is a program that assists individuals find employment. We have an excellent relationship with many employers in the area and can be your bridge to a new job opportu- nity. If you have limited income, are unemployed, and want to get back into the work force, call Lois or Jean at 320-598-7749. EEO/AA 16EOW-4* 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 SOMEPLACE SAFE 320-839.2331 or 800-974-3359 All services ard free and confidential. PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE It all starts with Newspapers .qtrd ~ Please cat, with questions or to | ~.,Wlil ~,FK.J,:~.~ schedule an appointment. I l capi ': 605-874:aR0 or 605-881-4761 & SCWICC !~ jms2006@hotmail.com ["' Joshua Strochein - owner ~.-ar uai i.~, ,j[. 18456 475th Ave. Clear Lake, SD 57226 FURNITURE Two Bedroom Apartment LAKE HOUSE FOR RENT ORSALE Located 4-1/2 miles north on Hwy. 109 from Big Stone City: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 30x40 garage and shop. No pets inside. Available May 10th, $950 per month. 605-949-3087 cell 605-862-6048 home EVENT FINANCIAL FOR ALL YOUR EXCA VA TING AND HAULING NEEDS Crushed Gravel Black Dirt Tree Removal Stump Grinding - Trenching Backhoe Work, etc. WE DIG BASEMENTS! Or nville, MN. 320-839-2801 Sev's Cell: 320-808-1012 Jay's Cell: 320-249-4750 Kiln Dry Sawdust for Dairy Bedding & GENERAL Steel Buildings * Roofs * Siding Maintenance Free Exteriors Windows Decks Stamped Concrete Patios Driveways COMMERCIAL and RESIDENTIAL Paul 320-226-8091 Ben 320-226-7920 ,Alignment Firestone: i I *with contract SIXTH GRADE STUDENTS from James Knoll Elementary in Ortonville took a class trip to St. Paul April 30. Members of the class are shown above in front of the Minnesota Capital. Gay. Mike Rounds has proclaimedstate parks will be hosting trail-related shooting activities, and many more. It's June as Great Outdoors Month inevents that day. Into: www.gfp.sd.gov a joint effort by businesses, outdoor or- South Dakota. or www.AmericanHiking.org, ganizations and government agencies. In the proclamation, the Governor Luce Pioneer Day, June 12, LakeThere is no entry or activity fee for tak- states, a connection with nature is an Herman State Park near Madison. The ing part in the Expo. Into: 605-773- essential component of our physical event celebrates the original home- 3904 well-being-time outside combats obe- sity and diabetes, reduces stress levels, and decreases symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder. Many opportunities for outdoor ac- tivities are provided by, the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Depart- ment in its efforts to expand and en- hance state parks, protect our wildlife heritage, and create programs that in- traduce youngsters to the wonders of the outdoors. Several notable outdoor recreational opportunities will take place in June, including the following events: National Trails Day, June 7-A day set aside to celebrate America's mag- nificent trail systems and their count- less supporters and volunteers. Several steading pioneers with family activi- Great American Backyard Cam- ties, entertainment, vendors and pout, June 26-An opportunity for historical demonstrations. Into: 605- everyone tO re-live-or experience for 256-5003. the first time-how much fun it is to National Get Outdoors Day, June spend a night sleeping under the stars 12, Steamboat Park in Pierre. Partici- and enjoying the sounds of nature. The pants will enjoy exciting family activ- Great American Backyard Campout is ities all day. Events run from 9 a.m. to a national event that encourages indi- 5 p.m. Into: 605-223-7722. viduals, youth, friends and families to Outdoor Expo, June 13-14-The camp out together for one night. Into: Third Annual South Dakota Outdoor www.nwf.org/BackyardCampout Expo will be held at the State Fair- In addition, several outdoor pro- grounds in Huron. The Expo features grams will be held in state parks dur- hands-on activities aimed at introduc- ing June, including bird walks, outdoor ing families to the many possibilities cooking demonstrations, hikes, fishing for recreation in South Dakota's out- derbies and nature programs. For a list doors. Events include a pond for of upcoming events, visit kayaking, fishing activities, geo- www.gfp.sd.gov. caching, activities for small children, minnesota Classified flduertising network " ' ' I EQU IPMENT FOR BIG IRON COSMOS ENTERPRISES NEW NORWOOD SAWMILLS an intemet, farm/construction equip- in Elbow Lake is seeking a CNC LumberMate-Pro handles 34" diam- ment auction in Minnesota seeks Machine Set-Up/Operator for second eter, mills boards 28" Wide. Automated Sales Reps. Farm/construction ma- chinery experience required. Commis- sion based. E-mail resume/inquiries: rae.kurth@stockra.com; mail: R. Kuth, 1001 W.,LaquintaSt.,SiouxFalls,SD 57108 DRIVERS NEEDED: Earn up to $45,000 per year +benefits. Get pre-hired with Roehl, Swift, Wemer & others. No experience needed. Training classes start weekly. Call 877/459-6044 SPRING INTO A NEW CAREER with Knight Transportation. Flexible scheduling. Tell us how long you want to be out! Recent driver pay increase. Electronic logs/newer equipment. No force dispatch. Call 800/832-8356 or ap- ply online www.driveforknighttrans.com ALL CASH VENDING! Do you earn $800 in a day? Your own local vending route. Includes 25 machines and candy all for $9,995. 888/776-3066 shift 3:30p.m. to 2:00a.m. Experience preferred. Call 800/726-1965 or go to cosmos-enterprises.cam quick-cycle-sawing increases efficiency up to 40%! www.NorwoodSawmills. com/300n. 800/661-7746 Ext. 300N. CEO & GENERAL MANAGER: Colton Farmers Elevator. An $18 mil- MIDWEST HOTEL FURNITURE lion diversified cooperative in Colton, Liquidators, LLC. Centrally located in Alexandria, MN. 320/763-5361 SD is searching for a general Manager to Visit online for our current hotel fur- oversee all aspects of their business. Pre- niture acquisitions. Public welcome! ferred candidates will have supervisory/ www.HotelFurnitureGuy.com management experience with grain mer- AUTO'S WANTED chandising/marketing experience; work- ing knowledge of farm supply operations AAAA** DONATION including feed and agronomy; under- Donate your car, boat or real estate. IRS standing of finance, operational controls tax deductible. Free pick-up/tow any and risk management with good commu- model/condition. Help underprivileged nication skills. Deadline: 6/15/10. Ap- Children Outreach Center. 800/419-7474 LAND AUCTION ply online: www.landolakes.jobs, or send resume/references: Lee Uldbjerg, c/o BID FoRTHE Loft Peterson, MS 2040, PO BOX most scenic Black Hills views, on the 64101, St. Paul, MN 55164-0101. edge of historic Red Canyon. June E-mail: loripeterson@landolakes.com, 27th, Rapid City, Holiday Inn. Mar- 651/766-1680 tin Jurish Auctioneer 605/209-5219 CASH NOW! MINNESOTA QUILTERS COMPUTER BUSINESS Get cash for your structured settlement 32ND ANNUAL SHOW & Home for Sale. Established business or annuity payments. High payouts. Call andConferenceJunel7-19attheSt.Cloud in WC Minnesota. Home one block from J.G. Wentworth 1-866-SETTLEMENT Civic Center in St. Cloud, MN. Exhibits, main-streetstorefront.Ownwithoutstart-up (866/738-8536). Rated A+ by the Better classes, lectures, special events, vendors! hassle. Call 218/685-6232. $99,750/both. Business Bureau. Details on our website: www./nnquilt.org rl " "" " ,r ? ) ) ? 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