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Independent want ads Public invited to attend American Bible Conference WOODLAND CABINETRY is excited to be hosting an EMPLOYMENT OPEN HOUSE Friday, May 23, 2014 12:00 p.m.- 2:00 p.m. Join us at the factory, located at 2415 SD Hwy 10, Sisseton, SD 57262 Follow the signs to the NW entrance. We are hiring for all positions, from Sanders and Builders to Assemblers, Machine Operators and Finish sprayers. Day and evening shifts available. Please bring your resume if you have one, and be prepared to fill out an application and interview with a Company Representative. Experience is a plus but will also provide on the job training. Bituminous Paving, Inc. is now accepting applications for the 2014 construction season. We are currently hiring to fill the following positions: Laborers Equipment Operators CDL Driver's Flaggers Reliable transportation is required. Benefits include health, dental, life, retirement and profit sharing. For applications please contact Bituminous Paving at (320) 273-2113. BPI is an EOE contractor, For rent ] FOR RENT-One bedroom apart- ment, downtown Ortonville. Call Paul, days 605-432-9224, evenings 605-432- 5058. 17-TF* FOR RENT-two bedroom house in OrtonviUe on Big Stone Lake on the Peninsula, available immediately. $650 per month. Call 612-770-1126. 17-2 KDIO Temps Hi Low May 11 66 46 rain May 12 51 42 rain May 13 51 39 May 14 50 35 May 15 46 35 May 16 55 30 May 17 69 37 FOR SALE OR RENT Building on Main Street Can be used for offices or retail store. Has nice store front windows. New roof, new bathroom and new paint. Available in Ortonville Call 320-839-6163 or 320-815-7918 ask for Phil II Member FO R SAL E ma mat FDIC LENDER Excellent opportunity to generate income! Put your own stamp on this rental property. Main floor-2 bdrm, 1 bath w/garage. Upstairs APT-1 bdrm, 1 bath w/garage. Everyone is invited to take part in the American Bible Conference this week at the Milbank Baptist Church, located at 520 S. Dakota Street, Mil- bank, SD. The conference started Sunday, May 18 at 10 a.m. and continues Mon- day, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 19, 20 and 21 at 7 p.m. Two services will be held on Thursday and Friday, May 22 and 23; at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. The final gatherings will be held Saturday and Sunday, May 24 and 25 at 10 a.m. Each service will consist of special singing and preaching. Speakers in- clude Evangelist Mark Green, Pastor Ashley Thurmond, Missionary Bryan Biggs, Pastor Lamar Whittemore, Brother Jimmy Pugh. Pastor Carl Funderburk and Mil- bank Baptist Church members invite all to come. For more information con- tact Funderburk at 320-305-2970. (Adv.) CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE AT www, ortonvilleindependent.com May Click-It or Ticket returns Seat belt and child restraint viola- tions will be the target now through June 1, as troopers, deputies and city police officers work together to save lives and prevent needless tragedies on Minnesota roadways during the annual May Click-It or Ticket seat belt en- forcement campaign. Since many of our crash injuries and fatalities involving the non-use of seat belts occur at night, about half of the enforcement hours can be expected to be held during the time period between 4 p.m. and 1 a.m. Minnesota's seat belt law is a primary offense, meaning you can get stopped for not being appropri- ately restrained. Memorial Day will be a main focus time period, as it is in the top six dan- gerous holidays on our state roadways. Looking back from 2009 - 2013, the Memorial Day holiday weekend was the deadliest of the holidays, with at least 31 deaths and more than 2,060 re- ported crashes. According to Sgt. Jesse Grabow, Regional Public Information Officer, "This is nothing new that we expect from our motorists, and everyone iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiii iii i iii,i'i'iiiiii,ii needs to work together to ensure a safer environment on our roadways, es- peciaUy since we are certain that seat belts save lives." Preliminary data provided by the Department of Public Safety's Office of Traffic Safety shows that in 2013 there were 94 deaths and 247 injuries where the vehicle occupant was not buckled up. That data also shows deaths of at least two children under the age of eight - who were not prop- erly restrained in a car seat - and seven more were seriously injured in 2013. These enforcement and education projects are components of the state's Toward Zero Death (TZD) initiative. A primary vision of the TZD program is to create a safe driving culture in Min- nesota in which motorists support a goal of zero road fatalities by practic- ing and promoting safe and smart driv- ing behavior. TZD focuses on the application of four strategic areas to re- duce crashes -- education, enforce- ment, engineering and emergency trauma response. Local traffic safety coalitions strongly support these ef- forts. Bloodmobile in Rosen on May 23 .......... A SURE OF SPRING as this pair of Mallard ducks have been spotted on the boulevard across from the Zion Lutheran Church in Ortonville. This beautiful sight of nature has been observed by many who have been out enjoying a walk. The ducks have been there off and on for the past couple of weeks. Nature Day Photogra00mv at refuge The Big Stone National Wildlife Refuge in Odessa is hosting a C.L.I.C.K (Conservation Lessons In- volving Cameras and Kids) Nature Day event on Thursday, June 12. The event will be led by Steve Maanum - statewide coordinator for DNR's Digi- tal Bridge to Nature project (2010- 2013); teacher; wildlife photographer; freelance writer and columnist. Local photographers Rob Rakow, Naomi Ballard, Jim Foster and Becky Stattel- man will be assisting with the event. The event will take place at the Refuge Headquarters and be broken up into three sessions. The first session is a workshop for adults from 9:30am to Noon. 4-H staff and volunteers, teach- ers, parents and other youth nature mentors are welcome to attend this morning nature photography work- shop. The second session is for youths and will take place from 1-3 p.m. This ses- sion will include a youth nature photo workshop followed by a hands-on photo safari. Kids will learn how to use 2014 BUICK ENCORE ........... AWD [. 2014 BUICK BUICK There are many ways to spend sum- mer. Taking a trip to the pool. Attend- ing a baseball game. Grilling burgers at a barbeque. Let "donating blood" be another to add to that summer list. On Friday, May 23, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Red Cross Bloodmobile will be in Rosen at the St. Joseph's School, which is handicapped-accessi- ble and air-conditioned and has plenty of parking. Double red cell donors are in short supply for the Bloodmobile. If you are eligible--you are type O,A negative or B negative; female donors must be a minimum height of 5 feet 5 inches and minimum weight of 150 lbs; male donors must be a minimum height of 5 feet 1 inch and minimum weight of 130 lbs; and have not donated double red Tuesday, May 20, 2014 cells in the past 16 weeks--consider giving double red cells. Your donation saves six lives. For an appointment, call Audrey Volkenant at 320-568- 2385. All other donors are welcome to walk in and donate. For students age 16 and over who donated at their school, consider donating again over the sum- mer months. Bring along any relatives in the area for graduations, too! At the Bloodmobile May 23, there will be a drawing for $25 gift certifi- cates to Bellingham businesses Our Place Cafr, 75 One Stop, American Le- gion and the Checkered Flag. Keep watch for more information about the Bellingham Bloodmobile going social on Facebook and Twitter! REGAL 2014 BUICK RANO 605432-951S IDENT 'point and shoot' digital cameras, how to frame a photo and what to look for in a subject. This workshop is open to all interested youth! The day will conclude with a pres- entation from 3pm to 4pm on photo- graphing wildlife in ethical ways and how technology, through the use of trail cameras, nesting box Cameras, and GPS, is being used to document animal behavior. The event is open to everyone and all sessions are free. All equipment and materials will be provided for the event but you are welcome to bring your own cameras if you would like to. The event will be held at the Refuge Headquarters Building on County Road 19, just west of Odessa. The deadline to register is June 2 or as soon as the session is filled. To register please contact Steve Maanum at 218- 280-6659 or at steve.maanum@ gmail.com. Please call the refuge office for more informa- tion at 320-273-2191, .2-year/24,, Maintenance* e Bumper Limited Assistance Transportation  Page 13