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and He on the school Who He Is State for Orvik and active in was co- team this to and Seniors on parade Independent wantads CHAD SCHELLBERG He is the son of Rueben and Carla Schellberg. He works at Henrich & Son's Inc., Pioneer Meat Market, B & L Industries. After graduation Chad plans to continue working for Hendch & Son's, Inc. JAMIE LEE KARELS Jamie Lee Karats is the son of Joseph and Susan Kerela. He has been active in cross country, helped revitalize the wrestling pro- gram, wrestling captain 10-12 grade, track - was a ctlonat ullfler & Senior captain, listed in o's Who Among High School Students. Altar server at St. Joseph's Church and on the honor roll. Jamle was a state wrestling entrant, Belllngham DARE role model and selected as the Ortonvllle DARE role model. He works at Progressive Collision and Glass Center, Bill's Super Value and Bellingham Farmers Coop Elevator Fertilizer Plant. He plans to attend Fergus Falls Community College for Pre- Agriculture and wrestling. ion report STAINS "'Summertime easy," but find "It ain't as You cope with summer inevitably an article in a on stain removal. I Legal Ser- e are for contact Loam Get a job. provided. ,800/733- tH-W for Jim, 612J High 17-34. No ex- =ary and GIFTS has ira. Number and Informs- 5-7 TIFFANY MARIE BECKMAN She is the dau]htar of LeAnne Walker. She is actwe in DECA and went to the State DECA Competition. Tiffany works at the Big Stone Lake Area Chamber and the Ortonville Golf Course Clubhouse. She plans to attend Mount Marty College for Business Administration. KELSlE MARIE ROELKE She Is the daughter of Scott and Kada Roelke. She has been active in varsity basketball cheer- leader. DECA, BPA, FLA, Key Club, track, volleyball, 4-H, CathollcChurch Youth Group, National Guard Youth Camp, band and choir contests. She received a Letter for A-Squad Chosdosder, Supedor in Band & Piano con- tests, awards for competing youth camp as a counselor and silver and golf medals for FLA. Kelale works at OAHS Northddge - 2 years now and is a TSR atTelneL She plans on joining the Air Force to become a Coroner - leaving on Sept. 2nd. was surprised to see that dry cleaning solvents were recommended for many of the stains. Some people prefer to avoid use of chemicals. These stare removal tips are easy to use environmentally friendly. .. This may help put someof that "ease" back into your summertime living. Perspiration - Soak the stained items in warm water with an enzyme • FINANCIAL .O.E. of a life- 800/ "*TWO MINUTE LOANS*'ll S20,ooo to $100,000 cash newt Homeowners only. Lower your payments. Bankruptcy, pad credit okl Pay off bills. Best rstsa. No equity required. Call now 800/222-0914. "HOMEOWNERS" Use equity in home. Cash fast for any reasonl All credit wel- come. Past bankruptcies OK. 800/849- 6343. Mortgage Amedca, Bloomington, MN. Call for free analysis. "CASH" Immediate $$ for structured settlements and deferred insurance claims. J.G. Wentworth 888/231-5375. NO DOWNPAYMENT? Problemcmdit? Own the home you need now, without a big downpaymant. Complete financing if quail. fled. DeGeorga Home Alliance: 800/343- 2884. MAJOR CREDIT CARDS The best deals on credit cards. Bad credit/no credit OK. 612/985-1468 or 800/413-3668. $$$$PERSONAL LOANS $500 TO $5000. Debt consolidation, mortgages & auto loans. Credit problems OK. Call Meddles Group 800/471-5119 ext. 205. CENTEX HOME EQUITY CORP. spe- cializes in home equity loans for refinances, debt consolidation, cash for any reason. ALL CREDIT WELCOME. Free consulta- tion. 612/512-2800 or 888/942-6682. NEED MORTGAGE MONEY? We say "Yes" when banks say =No'l Bad Credit, bankruptcy OK. 97% success rate. Free information. National direct lender. 800/ 715-6261. Ucanee # 11001065. . • MEDICAL SUPPUES IMPOTENCE? The VED is a safe, simple, non-invaslve pump device for impotence. The VED is covered by most insurance. Call Expresa-Med at 800/678-5733. ONE CALL, ONE ORDER,ONE BILL Minnesota Newspap' AM, ocietk)n's advertising service can placa your dismay ad in any or alloi our 26 daily and 332 weekly newspapers. Call Heldl Dunlap at (612)332-8844 for morn Womw- • BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES the ARE YOU EARNING $20K per month? I ex o 516- Overwhelmed with leeds, ff you are de- pendable, accountable, trainable, call A.S.A.P. 800/320-9895 Ext. 0605. more. CAMP- Distress Call 954/ LOCAL CANDY ROUTE 30 vending machines, Earn apx. $800/day. All for $9,995. Call 800/996.VEND. OWN A DOLLAR STORE 8001227- 5314. • TANNING WOLFF TANNING BED Tan at home. uy direct and savel Commercial/home units from $199. Low monthly payments. Free color catalog. Call today 8001842- 1310. MARK LARSON He is the son of Nyland and Carol Larson. He is active in band, jazz band, choir, BP, Knowledge Bowl, baseball, Legion baseball and ia listed in Who's Who Among High Schboi Students. MATT THOMPSON He la the son of Ronald end Medyce Thompson. He has been active in band, chorus, crole- country, track, 4.4-1, church activi- ties, hunUng and enjoys fixing on his car. He has lettered in track and croee-country. Matt works aa a CNA (nursing assistant) at Northridge Reeldence In Ortonville. He hae been accepted at both NDSCS and Alexandria Vo- Tach for a degree In dlesel/auto- motive mechanice and machine tooling. pre-soak product, then wash in the hottest water safe for the fabric and color. If some stain remains, dampen the stained area and apply a full- strength detergent or a paste made of powdered detergent with water. Rewash. If the stain is still there, it's probably been permanently set in. Grass.- First soak the grass-stained item in lukewarm or cold water with enzyme presoak product. Then wash / with detergent and an oxygen-type (all-fabric) bleach. Pruit - Soak the stain immediately in cool water only. Do not use soap on a fresh fruit stain. Soap sets such • STEEL BUILDINGS STEEL BUILDINGS Sale: 40x60x14, $8,767; 50x75x14, $11,930; 50x100x16, $16,023; 60x100x16, $18,278. Minl-storage buildings, 30x120, 24 units, $11,137. Free brochures, www.senfinelbuings.com. Sentinel Buildings, 800/327-0790, Extension 79. • FOR SALE KILL LAKE WEEDS- Proven. Marble- sized Aquaclde pellets spread like grass seed. Works effectively at any depth. For facts call 800/ 328-9350. Aquadde Company, 1627- 9th Street, Dept. MNC, P.O. Box 10748, White Bear Lake, MN 55110. WINDOWS AND PATIO DOORS Choose from over 2,000 in stock at each location. Items in all types and sizes. X-tra deep discounts. Surplus Window Store, 4831 - 1241h Street West, Savage, MN 55378. MWF, 9 - 5; TTH, 9 - 8; Sat, 9.1. Windows Doors & Mouldings, 1106 - 38th St. N.W., Fargo. 888/477-5632. IVr-F, 9-6; Set 10- 4. TOP QUALITY ROTTWEILER pupps ready for good homes. German/champion bloodlines, FIC registered, bred for size and temperamenL $500 - $1,000. Serious inquir- Ies only. 701/232-6950 or 701/239-4269. FREE FRAGRANCES wh each pur- chase as close out prices. Large selection to choose from. For details, sendal0 SASE to: Mammoth Industries, 9824 South Western Ave., Evergreen Park, IL 60643. • HELP WANTED DRIVERS DRIVERS... No experience necessan/l $30,000 first year earning potential. New pay packap! Cerement ies, agned equCmo TRUCK DRIVERS NEEDED for belly dump tractor trailer. Class A-CDL with double endorsement, good wages, benefits. Travel with our crews around  Midwest. Call 800/229- 0921. M-F, 9-3. MBE, Inc. E.O.E. GROWING FAMILY OWNED TRUCK- ING CO. looking for one fu,-time OTR driver. one relief driver, and 1 owner/operator. Brant Sitzer Trucking 7011201-1324 or 800/578-0748. (MCAN) D RIVE R - START up to 34rJmile. as% drop n-hook. Conventional freightliners. Weekly Day. Regional rural available. Contractors ask about 88c/toilet Heartland Express 800/441-43. EIGHT WEEK PROFESSIONAL TRUCK DRIVER training at Northland Pro- tessional Driving Center, Inc., Wadena MN. $2,950 total cash tuition investment. Class A- CDL license. Classes begin monthly. Call 800/ 550-7369 or 218/631-7369. Loans available to qualified applicants. Next c4ass June 1, 1998 • BASEMENTS BASEMENT WALLS CRACKED OR BOWED? Basements leaking? We cor- rect these problems in one day without excavating. Save thousands. Free esti- mates. American Waterworks, Inc. 800/ 795-1204 great 3 brochure JOHN HYNNEK He is the son of Bill Hynnek of Ortonvllle end Katie Fltzpetdck of Thornton, CO. Ha has been active in DECA end competed in Vehicle and Petroleum st the District Competition in St. Cloud with 700 other students. He Is a Peer Helper and enjoys golf. John le Assistant Manager at Progressive Collision & Glass Center. Prior to working at Progressive he was employed at Holiday Station Store. He plans on attending Minnesota West of Canby for Constructional Electrician. BRIAN HOFHENKE He is the son of Francis Hofhenks of Big Stone City, SD and Lends Hofhenke of Ortonvilie. He has been active in DECA and was in 8th grade football. Brian is employed at Stella Foods in Big Stone City, SD. After graduation he plans to work full time at Stella Foods end then attend St. Cloud Technical College In the Fall of 1999. stains. Wash as usual, then check stained area before drying. If any stain remains, cover the area with a paste made of oxygen-type (all-fabric) bleach, a few drops of hot water and a few drops of ammonia. Wait 15 to 30 minutes, then re-wash. Fungus weakens and damages "fabrics. For fresh stains, wash with detergent in the hottest water safe for the fabric. Use chlorine bleach if safe for the fabric and color. Some stains require more than one washing with bleach in hot water. Dry fabric in direct sunlight, if possible. To avoid mildew, do not put damp clothing or soiled baby clothing into a hamper. Make sure all soiled laundry is dry before storing until wash day. In the summer, wash clothing (especially baby and toddler items), as soon after use as possible. Most stains are easier to remove when they are fresh. Old or set stains may be permanent. Follow these basic procedures for stain removal: 1) Rinse the stain with cold or warm water. Hot water sets some stains. 2) Always use a bleach that's safe for the fabric and color. An all-fabric bleach can generally be used on most fabrics. Reserve chlorine bleach for stained white and colorfast items. Dilute it before using. When using a stain remover, put the stained area face down on a paper towel or white cloth. Apply the stain remover to the back of the stain. This can help force the stain "off" the fabric rather than "through" it. Enzyme pre soak products help break down some protein stains so that they are easier to remove. DATES TO REMEMBER: May 21 Cluster Extension Educators' meeting at Clarkfield May 25 - Courthouse closed in observance of Memorial Day May 26 - Afterschool Cloverbuds at Beardsley Elementary School (3:15 p.m.) May 27 - Support Staff Training at Lamberton ii I I I ' QLL4U CLOCK REP,4]R Antique • Mantle dO0 Day • ;4nnirry Striking • Chiming CRAIG RANDLEMAN OlUONVlLt MN 320-839.2357 n a Certified kmker - Watchmaker Ca]] After 6 p.m. for Estimates IMiscellaneous] / [n Memoriam J EMOTIONAL CRISES OR PSY- CHIATRIC EMERGENCY? Call toll free 1-800-568-5955 (TDD accessi- ble) to initiate a professional and con- fidential immediate response. This 24-hour, 7-day-a-week emergency psychological service is made avail- able by the Big Stone County Welfare Board. 22-TF-EOW* DRYWALL & PLASTERING Sheetrockin9 • Taping • Texturing FREE ESTIMATES . Call Evenings, Contact Jim Kareb 320-568-2149 or John Oakes 320-839-3755 LYSENG LAKE KENNEL Pet Boarding & Grooming BY APPOINTMENT Large, secure, Indoor/Outdoor Runs Carlton and Lorraine Fletcher South Hwy. 75. Clinton, MN Eveningm (320) 325-5349 I I Cards of thanks CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank each of you who shared our beautiful 50th anniversary day with us. A special thank you to our children for hosting the day of memories, the meal, dance and the very special decorations. You are all so special and we love you. Thanks to each relative, neighbor and friend for taking your time making our day special and to all who sent or brought flowers, gifts or cards. Thank you to our many grandchildren, great grandchildren and foster children, both past and present, for being there. You are the ones keeping us "young." Thanks to Todd Sandberg for your "Kickin' Out the Jams" DJ music, it was great. We must say it was a day to remember. 16-1 Dick and Alice S!_Iow IN MEMORIAM In memory of Vernon Roeder who passed away one year ago, May 24, 1997. God's fingers touched him and he slipped away, From earth's dark shadow to a brighter day. God saw the road was getting rough, The hills were hard to climb. He gently closed his weary eyes and whispered, "Peace be thine." To a beautiful garden my Veto has gone, To a land of perfect rest. Though he is gone he still lives on, In the garden of memory. Sadly missed by his wife Ruth, three stepsons and families and his brother and sisters. 16-1 IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Carol Henkelman who passed away May 14, 1991. To some you may be forgotten, To others a part of the past, But to us who loved and lost you, Your memory will always last. Donald and Kathy Henkelman 16-1 Grams to honor Natl. Guard in Ortonville Linda Westrom, Field Representative for U.S. Senator Rod Grams, will present an American flag to the National Guard at the Ortonville Training and Community Center in recognition of their service to the people of Minnesota. The presentation will be made in observance of Armed Forces Day, which is May 16. The presentation will take place May 28, 1998 at 2 p.m. CST, at the Ortonville Training and Community Center, 309 Madison Avenue. "As the nation marks Armed Forces Day, I am proud to present the members of the National Guard at the Ortonville Training and Community Center with a United States flag in recognition of your achievements. Through their impressive contributions on behalf of all Minnesotans, they have truly earned this honor," said Grams. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY OIL, FILTER, LUBE, CHECK ALL FLUIDS for only $21 oo Fast Service s Pickup and Delivery WE  OFFER AUTO CLEANING.. I INSIDE AND OUT I GUY'S EXPRESS LUBE 209.NW 1st Street ° Ortonville, bin 56278 (320) 839-3040 UNITED BUILDING CENTERS Installation is now available on our following items: Larson Storm Doors and Windows I • Entry Door Systems • Newco Swing & Slide Kits • Storage Barns We put it all • Garage Doors together for you/ • Tub & Shower Doom • Basketball Poles ,,Closet Organizers • Crestline Replacement Windows • GP Vinyl Siding NOTE: On site inspections are recommended. Inspections and all estimates are furnished at no charge. Customers are responsible for contacting Utilities 'Diggers Hellene'. h Page 7b 00998 INDEPENDENT