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1c notices ICE reED NAME 333, Minnesota is or will or transacting a in the State of an assumed name, Sumed name under 's or will be BERLAIN'S EAR. lace of =T, address of all under the 56278 56278 >Minneapolis Builders Exchange, MinneapOlis, Minnesota All bids shall be accompanied by a bid bond or certified check, payable to the order of the City Clerk-Treasurer for not less than five (5) percent of the amount bid, as a guarantee that the successful bidder will enter into a contract with the City of Ortonville for the work described in the proposal. Bids shall be directed to the City Deputy Clerk, securely sealed and endorsed upon the outside wrapper with a bdef statement or summary as to the work for which the bid is made. The City Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any informalities. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of 10 days after the date set for opening thereof. Copies of plans and specifications may be obtained at the office of the Engineer, Larson-Peterson & Associates, Inc., P.O. Box 150, Detroit Lakes, Minnesota 56502, upon payment of $100 (non-refundable) for each set. City of Ortonville County of Big Stone Court report (Week of April 27, 1998) MN HIGHWAY PATROL Carl A. Free, Sisseton, SD, Speeding 55, Fined $55, Surcharge $20, Court sts $15. Jeffrey Arthur Hogrefe, Aberdeen, , Speeding 69/55, Failure to Appear, Suspended on 4-27-98. Michael Fredrick Spinger, Milbank, Speeding 69/55, Fined $45, 72/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $20, Court Costs $15. SD, Speeding 69/55, Failure to Appear, DL Suspended on 4-27-98. SD, Surcharge $18.50, Court Costs $15. Kathi Jo Kremer, Wheaten, Speeding 74/55, Fined $55, Surcharge $20, Court Costs $ ] 5. Sidney Allen Post, Marshfield, WI, Log Book Violation, Failure to Appear. Douglas Lavaughn Smith, II, Coon Rapids, Speeding 69/55, Fined $45, Surcharge $18.50, Court Costs $15. ORTONVILLE POLICE DEPT. Kia Sol Donais, Ortonville, Speeding 48/30, Fined $55, Surcharge $20, Court Costs $15. Code (SIC) State of Minnesota describes the Ah'hTaES:n Gmssma n Jerry Lee Wet?;tRad, Ortonville, under City Deputy Clerk Unattended Line, Fined $25, Surcharge Dated: April 30, 1998 $26 Court Costs ,tl to sign (May 5, 12, 1998) ..... o y that I ]nmg this le penalties Minnesota son " 48 if l had Mrs. T.M. Thomp Funeral services for Mrs. Theodora Municipal Nursing Home in 1997 E. Chamberlain, M. Thompson, '86, longtime where sheresided until her death. Owner Stockholm, SD, resident, were held She Was confirmed at Bergen Saturday, April 25, 1998, in the Elim Lutheran Church on Aug. 22, 1926. res Jan. 31, 2000. y 5, 1998) THE OF INC. all creditors notice that the the process of has filed with the the State of ing the Notice nl 13, 1998. to which corporation i SE Third within 90 days notice. Roger Bird 5, 12, 19, 1998) NOTICE ATE COURT COURT P4-98-49 HEARING AND :e is hereby of June, ing will !reed Court at the formal to named and for t E. Martens St., Apt. as personal of the above unsupervised . Court. objections are will be to debts, and sell and do all iven that ALL against said the same or to the months notice or said ', 1998 Peter A. Heft, Judge Julie Berger, Administrator BIDS n the City Utility in the and then opened include ........... 55,800 S.Y. : ..... 16,500 C.Y. ton L.F. ............. 63 each ........... 5,300 L.F. ;;;.lS, L.F. ,500 L.F. LF. -19,700 gig are on file following Deputy Clerk, Data, New Exchange, Evangelical Covenant Church in Stockholm with the Rev. Scott Miller and the Rev. Thomas Campbell officiating. Mrs. Thompson died Monday, April 20, 1998, in the Appleton Municipal Nursing Home in Appleton. Music was presented by Steve Missmer, organist, and Doris Nelson, vocalist. Burial was in the Evergreen Cemetery, rural Stockholm, SD. Pallbearers were family members. Theodora was born in Waubay, SD on Dec. 10, 1911, the daughter of Anton and Anna (Fatland) Carlsen. Theodora attended elementary school in Waubay and Bergan country schools, high school at Waubay and Watertown and Augustana College at Sioux Falls for her teacher's training. She started her country teaching in Dexter District No. 47 and Germantown No. 3. In 1937 Theodora took a teaching position at Madison No. 3 country school. It was there that she met John M. Thompson, whom she married on Jan. 28, 1938, at Watertown, SD. They lived and farmed with John's parents southeast of Stockholm. In 1972 they moved to Stockholm where they made their home until 1994 when John's health start e, d to fail. They moved to Dawsor-vhere they made their home with their daughter, Patricia Fredlund. John died Sept. 30, 1995. Theodora then moved to the Appleton She was an active member of her church. Theodora was a longtime member of the Elim Evangelical Covenant Church in Stockholm where she served in many offices and organizations, taking special interest in mission projects. She was active in community clubs, extension work, the senior citizens organization and Community Action Board. Theodora enjoyed her hobbies, baking, cooking and growing flowers. She will be long remembered for her quilting, having made quilts for her family and friends as well as working on quilting projects for missions and community organizations. She is survived by her 10 children and spouses: Elizabeth and Thomas Campbell, Brookville, KS; Alexander and Jane Thompson, Inver Grove Heights; Catherine and Dennis Martenson of New Hope; John and Cheryl Thompson, Grand Junction, CO; Patricia and Willford Fredlund, Dawson; Charlie and Christy Thompson, Twin Falls, ID; James and Peggy Thompson, Appleton; Dorothy Thompson and her husband, Bill Diaz, St. Paul; Allen and Myra Thompson, Stockholm, SD and David.and Nadine Thompson, Mound; 30 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren; and several" nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parelats; husband, John; two brothers, Arnold and Jacob Carlson and one sister, Signa Huey. CITY OF ORTONVILLE INVITATION FOR BIDS The City of Ortonville is seeking sealed bids for the 1979 Chevrolet Transit Bus with 85,945 miles. The bus will be sold "as is." Sealed bids must be delivered to City Hall, 315 Madison Avenue by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 15, 1998. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids and waive any informalities. BEFORE MAY 15, 1998 (to avoid a late payment penalty) (1) First Half Real Estate Taxes On All Classes of Property (2) Taxes of $50.00 or less Pay in Full (3) Personal Property Taxes Pay in Full CINDY NELSON, TREASURER Big Stone County Ortonville, Minnesota 100 useful things you can do with the newspaper. -:-,'][-a 1. Cover your head when it rains 41. Swat flies 76. Use under car _('lr( 0 2. Line your bird cage 'z - when you have - 3. Make a fireman's hat  oil leak . Shade the sun from your eyes  ' . ) 77. Backing for wax 5. Mulch for your garden transfers 6. To pottle train house pets , .. " 78. Make a dummy for Halloween 79. Mask your car for painting ,l('" 80. Use as a coaster for cold drinks 81. Use as a dart board 82. Practice for big-league basket- 42. Use rolled up to beat mg ball 7. Wrap fish and other goop in it 43. To line the trash can 8. Wrapping for freezing meat 44. Make a kite 9. Use to pack with when 45. Paper your friend's yard moving 46. Clean your feet on 10. Roll into fireplace logs 47. Use as funnel for filling gas 11. Bl.anket for bench sleeping tank 12. Roll up to make telescope 48. Make patterns for sewing 13. Recycle for cash 49. A must for silly-putty users 14. Clean car windows 50. Keep kitchen clean when 15. Make spit balls transferring potted plants 16. Temporary curtains for your 51, Use for ironmg ties home 52. Make printer's hat 17. Put on floor when painting 53. Stuff in shirt to make muscles 18. Use for wrapping gifts 54. Feed a goat 83. Fold up a page and make your wallet look impressive 84. Make your hat fit better 85. A wrapper for used chewing gum 86. Collect the yellow from the sun 87. Good for breaking windows, screen doors, etc. 88. Exercise your grip 89. Teach dog to fetch 90. Backing for magic marker art projects 91. Sit on it at football games in the rain 19. Emergency toilet paper ,,1, 92. A place mat for office coffee 20. Use as insulation  pot 21. Use letters for writing ransom  93. Use as a dust pan notes 94. Give subscription as a gift 22. Rustling sound effect for " 95. Temporary replacement for home movies broken window 96. Filler for Santa Claus belly 55. iiii p 97. Use as worm food 56. ",4  ,',,,' 57. "" '., 58.59. cmc  23. Start a fire with it . 60, 24. Make into house slippers 61. Make yourself look important 25. Roll up to make a megaphone by carrying it 26. Stand on pile to appear tall 62. Use as door-stop 27. Make a collage 63. Disposable plate when eating 28. Use as a temporary cast watermelon 29. Use as a shoehorn 64. Use in magic tricks 30. Make a fan 65. Tearing strips for birthday 31. Empty vacuum cleaner on h party streamers 32. Fix hole in shoe 66. Save the seat next to you 33. Keep flowers fresh until you 67. Make a Christmas wreath get vase 68. Take out frustration by tearing 34. Put on floor when you shell and throwing pecans 69. To collect hair when cutting 35. Spank your dog 70. Blot your lipstick 36. Make confetti 71. Pack the i cream freezer 37. Scoop up dead bugs 72. Test out your new paperweight 38. Fingerpaint on it 73. Practice stapling 39. Stuff in wet boots to help 74. Make people think you're not them dry at home 40. Insulate water pipes in winter 75. Stuff pillows 99. Read it: national and local news, sports, editorials, human interest, television listings, wedding announcements, births, deaths, are all available in the newspapers. 100. Advertise In It: New cars, [p'and openings, fashions, furniture, food, toysyou name it. If you want to sell something, the newspaper can help. Newspapers have been and continue to be the number one advertising medium in the United States. I I [ SHARPEN YOUR HOOKS FOR THE INDEPENDEN April 25 thru Sept. 11 (20 weeks) PRIZES WEEKLY SEASON PRIZES Largest hsh of each species entered each wee will be eligdle for a dravc,g at the end of the contest for at least $100. If some weeks there are no fish etered a particular category, the $15 prize will go toward the final dratmng at the end of the cotel in the same category. WALLEYE NORTHERN BULLHEAD PERCH III I I I GRAND TOTAL OF $1,600 ] Contest Rules: I Anyne ma mler thi cmtest %'*.', *hglble are 4 All entrlt will be weighed at one of the official Waiie',e, Nrth*!rn, Butlhead and l'er( h weigh-in station listed All al,t* are stale approved, 2 (nly [rt-sh fish are a(ceptable a,, entriv Frozen 5" Conte't runs through n)n Friday each week. fish art' no! ehg;bh' Entrlt-, ac epical after that time apply to the following week 3 Fl,h mu,,t bE' (aught )n Big ,t(Ine Lake 6, ript m(int.y redeemable only for merchand=,, n( ca, OFFICIAL WEIGH-IN STATIONS The Wharf Hartford Beach Resort SoDak Park Resort Big Stone Bait & Bud's Bait Shop Marine, Inc. I I I Patronize the sponsors whose efforts and sponsorships bring you this contest: SoDak Park Supper Club Big Stone Bait & Marine Repair, Inc. Bud's Bait Shop Cashtown Service Big Stone Cooperative EconoLodge Hartford Beach Resort Koroll's Shoes Larryts Refrigeration & Heating Ortonville Independent Pepsi Cola Company of Ortonville SoDak Park Resort The Wharf Big Stone Municipal Liquor Store Hilltop's Theatre of Seasons Cafe Chamberlain'a Sporting Goods & Menswear Watch the Independent every Tuesday for weekly winners, season leaders, photo and stories on Minnesota's favorite spert...flshingl s, 99s  INDEPENDENT Page 9b