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S Seniors on parade f John and active peer youth ratSL won rede 'v4-'95 orks at USrd at the rill attend BRANDON FINKE He is the son of Dale and Sharon Finks. He is active In Awards Association, BPA, jazz band, pep band, basketball, track, Knowledge Bowl, his church youth group, is student council president, and Key Club Vice PresldenL Brandon Is on the honor roll and listed In Who's Who among Amedcan High School Students. He works at Hilltop Video and plans to attend Hemline University to study law. AMANDA CHRISTIAN PANSCH She is the daughter of Dennis and Jane Pansch. She has been active in track, softball, volleyball, golf, pep band, jazz band, BPA, yearbook staff, Key Club, FCA, Steeple People and Is an acolyte. She is on the honor roll, went to state in BPA '97 and '98 and was '98 Winter Carnival Queen Candidate. Amanda will further her education at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. HEIDI HAAS She Is the daughter of Catherine Haas and the late Thomas Haas. She has been active in basketball, volleyball, yearbook staff and s peer tutor. She is on the honor roll and works at Monarch Helghte and Paterson Chiropractic Clinic. Heldl plans to pursue a career as an occupational therapist at the College of St. Catherine'S. JAMES MAY He is the son of Gale and Nancy May. He has been active In baseball, football, pep band, choir, vocal ensembles, vocal solo, Knowledge Bowl, Key Club, Steeple People, Rox baseball and Legion baseball. He won All- Conference in baseball, was '98 Winter Carnival King and is on the honor roll. James workl st BIIl'l Super Valu Plus and Summer Rec coaching. He plans to attend Northern State University In Aberdeen to major In pre-law or cdminal law. I u00a00ments I -Used trumpet. Call 13-2 piano, digi- 40% to 75% Immediately. be seen in X, Wiilmar, 14-1 LSON ALL &SPRAY Carlson 123 laN S627a 21,000 Ne- sales/ Fastest Earn 100- Full HR, Immediate name and 8ox has lees- in Ages 17-34. Good Pak lays art onthe MEMBER. take it. informs. help J/ IMMER SPE- SPectacular +talc 2 want ads 1 Business opportunities[ SNICKERS CANDY ROUTE, 50 locations, $800-$1200 solid monthly income. Cost $2995. 1-800-459- 3332. 14-1" Miscellaneous I EMOTIONAL CRISES OR PSY- CHIATRIC EMERGENCY? Call toll ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA -'-- =--"-PT.:?,.. =.. ou sium/ LINDQUIST GROOMING & OBEDIENCE TRAINING PHONE 13201 839-2271 / FINANCIAL **TWO MINUTE LOANS**ll $2o,ooo to $100,000 cash now1 Homeowners only. Lower your payments. Ban.kruptc, bad credit old Pay off bills. Best rates. NO equ'y required. Call now 800/222-0914. "HOMEOWNERS" use equity in home. Cash fast for any ressonl All cral welcome. .Past .bar_cs oK. soo43.. Moae An B4oomington, MN. Call for Tree analysis. "CASH" Immediate SS for structured serde- ments and deferred insurance claims. J.G. Wentworth 888/231-5375. NO DOWNPAYMENT? Problem credit? Own lte home you need now, without a biQ dowr Com financing if qualified. DeGeorge Home AIHance: 800/343-2884. "IF YOU HAVE AN FHA or VA rnongage and era payinQ 8% or rnora or have an ARM," you must call us vnedtately to reduce your ratel Save 10's of thousands over life or loan1 Samboy Financial 8881681-1065. www.semboyfinand.com. $$$$PERSONAL LOANS SSOO TO $.5000. Debt consolidation, mortgages & auto loans. Credit problems OK. Call N[enlen Group 800/471-5119 ext. 205. CENTEX HOME EQUITY CORP. spe- cializes in home equity loans for refinances, debt consolldeto, cash for any resson. ALL CREDIT WELCOME. Fro. 612/512-2800 or 888/942-6682. STEEL BUILDINGS STEEL BUILDINGS Sale: 40x60x14, 8,767; 50x75x14, $11,930; 50x100x16, 1.6.,023; 60x100x16, $18,278. Mini-storage ilo,ngs, 30)(120, 24 units, $11,137. Free b;'ochums, www.sannalbuildings.com. SerdJn Buil, 800/327-0790, Extsnon 79. STEEL CLEAR- Span Buildings: 24X30X8 only $3,960; 60X98X14 was $32,340, now $2S,570. Call for information on any size build- ir. Order now for summer constmc0on. 800/ 705-6605. 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LOCAL CANDY ROUTE 30 vending machines. Eam apx. $800/day. All for $9,995. Call 800/998-VEND. OWN A DOLLAR STORE 8o0/227- 5314. EARN BIG MONEY using your PC. High demand for medical bilters. Easy work. Complete training provided. No experience necessary. Call hOWl 800/550-8660 ext. 29. . ........ DISSATISFIED? NO FUN, finances, freedom or future. International company looking for key people who want to be their own boss. Initial investment under $150. 770/621-5027. LOOKING FOR EXTRA income? Make money in your spare time. Information: 813/857-2000, ext. J-668. EARN EXTRA MONEY or start a new career. Spend more time with your family. Recorded message: 800/510-7801. COKE/IPEPSl Best program in U.S.A. Excellent locations $1,200+ weekly poten- tial Minimum investment 4K. 800/617- 6430, ext. 2350. WANTED: 25 independent agents. Make ur own hours. Learn from top producers. r top raps earn six and seven figure incomes. Take 3 minutes to listen to ra- corded details. 800/255-4797. FINANCIAL FREEDOM 5-10WED. Part- time, very simple, no selling, not MLM. Fantastic supporU 800/995-0796 ext. 3753 (24 hrs.) BE FINANClALLYINDEPENDENT!!! National company needs an honest de- pendable person in this area to service retail and commercial accounts with name brand snacWddnk producls. 4-6 hours week. Earn $50k (potential) first year. $8,000 investment. Will not interfere with present employment. 800/854-2382. BASEMENTS BASEMENT WALLS CRACKED OR BOWED? Basements leaking? We cor- rect these problems in one day without] excavating. Save thousands. Free esti-I mates. Amedcan Waterworks, Inc. 800/ 795-1204 TANNING WOLFF TANNING BED Tan  at home. Buy. direct and savel Commercial/home units from $199. Low monthly payments. Free color catalog. Call today 800/842- 1310. their prayers, visits, cards, gifts and phone calls while in hospital. Also want to thank Dr. Delage, Dr. Kruger, Dr. Seeman and Dr. Vener and hospi- tal staff in both the Ortonville and Watertown hospitals for their care. Thank you to Pastor Bob, Rev. Rudolph, Rev. Wetzler and Rev. Kasten for their prayers. 14-1 Julia Marie Utley CARD OF THANKS Thanks to the Nassau and Marietta First Responders, Marietta Ambulance Crew, Ortonville Ambulance Crew and Sioux Valley Ambulance Crew for their help. To Dr. Delage and the nurses at the Ortonville Hospital, Dr. Rossing and Dr. Miles and the nurses at Sioux Valley Hospital for their concern and excellent care. Thanks to everyone who sent cards, flowers, brought food, for the phone calls, to those who visited me in the hospital and especially for the prayers. A special thank you to Mary Giese for taking such good care of Julie for us. We appreciate it. God bless you all. Ginger, Larry and Julie Drobny 14-1 CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank whoever sub- mitted my name in the Big Stone Lake Area Radio Secretary of the Month drawing. It was a complete surprise to me when my name was chosen! Thank you to all the mer- chants who donated the wonderful prizes and the beautiful flowers I received at work. There are a lot of deserving secretaries in our commu- nity and I hope their day was as nice as mine. I would also like to thank "the guys" for making my job so interesting and enjoyable. Also thanks to my family for the lovely flowers and Jo for the fresh baked cookies. Because of all of you it made my day so special. Thanks again ! 14-1 Rene Athey CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our deepest gratitude to the faithful friends of Evelyn Brolin for their many acts of love and kindness shown to her. Gene and Aloise Brolin, Bob and Karen Brolin and families 14-1 CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our most heartfelt thanks to everyone for their condolences through thoughts, com- forting words, prayers, cards, flowers, bringing food or in any way remem- bered us during this most difficult time in our lives. Your warm compas- sion will live in our hearts forever. Our immense gratitude to Chad's landlady and good friend, Kimberley Trumble, who so efficiently and lov- ingly managed and communicated every possible detail from Seattle. Also special thanks to Pastor Larry Kasten and all who participated in the beautiful service for Chad, to the ladies who furnished and served the lunch following the service; and to Marlowe Molden of Larson Funeral Home, whose patience and kindness will never be forgotten. 14-1 The Family of Chad Sparby CARD OF THANKS A hearty thank you to relatives and friends who attended my 95th birthday celebration at St. Williams Home on Sunday, April 19, 1998 and to all of you who sent cards or called. To Sr. Genevieve and Sr. Jone for planning the mass dinner and open house. God bless you. Mrs. Rose Kareis, 14-1 * Odessa 00FOR A-B-C, Library corner I By Laurie Hammel, Librarian To most people, the word "library" means books, books, and more books. Now that's not a bad thing, and I'm rather fond of all those books myself. That, however, is not the whole story, morning glory. We have things for: people with VCRs - videos/ And not just the serious snooty ones like "Jane Austen's Emma" and "The Diary of Anne Frank." We have both installments of "Grumpy Old Men" and "Jurassic Park." Coming soon: "The English Patient," "The Truth About Cats & Dogs," and "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective." people who are taking a long car trip - we have books on tape/Pop one of these buggers in the cassette player and you won't hardly notice you're driving Highway 12/7/75/whatever for the 8000th time. The Ortonville Library buys its own tapes and also subscribes to a rotating system that gives us new tapes every six weeks or so. people whose trifocals are failing them - you folks have several options: videos, books on-tape, and large print books. Now that the library has been rearranged for the last time, each of these formats has its own section so you don't have to hunt around. people who exercise - Get a walkman and listen to a book while you're cruising around town. For the people who have treadmills and stationary bikes, check out a large print book, prop it on the handlebars, and go crazy! What a way to enrich your mind and your body at the same time. people who think they've readheardviewed everything at the Ortonville Library - the new arrivals are to your left as you come in the front doors. As we have access to the other Minnesota libraries (including the colleges and universities), we can . "J. also request just about anything your little heart desires. people who are curious about the Internet - the library currently has one computer with Internet access. It's free and available for use by anyone. I'm usually available to give a tutorial in how to use it. (It's easy! Really!) We take reservations one day in advance, as current regulations allow for one thirty-minute session per day per person small people who don't know how to read yet and are driving their parents crazy - in our children's section, hanging on the Mickey Mouse display, are bags of paperback picture books accompanied by cassette tapes that read the story for the child. We also have children's videos starring characters such as Arthur, the Berenstein Bears, the Magic School Bus, and Clifford. people who need to kill time before an appointment - wander in, plunk yourself down in one of the comfy chairs, and page through a magazine or the newspaper. The library subscribes to about forty magazines, including People, Newsweek, Field and Stream, Sports Illustrated, Glamour, Seventeen, Consumer Reports, and Country. Everything I've mentioned (except the computer - we'll keep that, thanks) can be checked out and used for free! A final thought: "Book reading is a solitary and sedentary pursuit, and those who do are cautioned that a book should be used as an integral part of a well- rounded life, including a daily regimen of rigorous physical exercise, rewarding personal relationships, and a sensible low-fat diet. A book should not be used as a substitute or an excuse." -- Garrison Keillor The Book of Guys 0000za-.xRz NOW ON SALE DALLY AT THE Ortonville Independent [ | i ,llmm, " Ill -u | I " I III III I I I I III I I III III II Price Reduced! EXCELLENT LOCATION IN ORTONVILLE Near city park and public access to Big Stone Lake and pier and swimming beach. Large, nearly new double garage with lots of room for workshop, full basement, well built. Many other extras! FEHR LAND LTD. Box 156 * Big Stone City, SD 57216 I Phone 605-862-6112 -,,. AG LAND SPECIALISTS eREAL ESTATE & APPRAISALS RESIDENTIAL & LAKE PROPERTIES IID/'tV O IMD Agents Almlstants s-i- v= ==-= an >Arlen LaCombe >Rosemary PresidentBroker. 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