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old days in the Ortonville area !, @i',,// , ,  ,,  .... i i  ii ii i  ii   i i '','/' ,' ,'i : , ,"' i',,  ILY'DAY PHOTO of Ortonville's lake front is what you see in this postcard photo submitted by Note the lack of trees on the hilltop. Large house at right is what was known for many house, and is now owned by Paul and Mary Taffe. House in center is the former Herb about 1 1/2 acres of land from the Lawrence Kanne family to be added to the Big Stone Camp for Christ. Starting Monday first class mail will increase to 15 for the first ounce and 13 for the second. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kruger of Milbank at the Ortonville Hospital. 50 YEARS AGO June 11, 1953 Jenine Peterson and Bob Brolin will represent the American Legion Auxiliary and Spink Dobak Legion at the Girls' State and Boys' State in June. Senator H. Humphrey was presented the Key to Odessa at the Odessa Jubilee days last Friday and Saturday. A new dining room known as "The Mayfair" will open at the Columbian today. M.C. Webster of St. Paul is the man- ager. Ann Gunderson and Paul Davidson exchanged wedding vows June 7 at the First English Lutheran Church. LuJean Skundberg and Melvin Gimmestad were mar- ried June 6 at the ttolden Lutheran Church near Beardsley. Phyllis Heinen and Hector Welde were married June 6 at the St. Charles Catholic Church in Big Stone City. 70 YEARS AGO May 25, 1933 Members of the Crow tlunt produced 573 dead birds. "The Deadshots" headed by Rudy /Louisburg AGO 1, 1993 was pre- Music Award annually at the n was featured paper. Track team Little Sioux 2hamps for the tng the skylight is restoration project anza Education a reality. persons at ngsley. ,1978 seniors will Ortonville high Debra Skoog and Roger salutatorian. Lake has purchased Stueckrath Blood Drive is of June 9-13. The Bellingham on from 3-7 p.m. the county blood ss will be bringing (SALT) to 13. You're Red Cross Save a aSeum to see how lives. For more intact Audrey !385 or Margaret !426 or visit the life.org. was present called for $20 at y Day May 28 the attended the 50th and Va'l 17 at the s Larson were to Sunday at their son, Brant home at and Joleen Van Chandler joined Later in all attended the Elias Sorenson home. at the home of Browns and Mrs. Byron tnla Jensen of and Alfred daughter of Tom and Donna (Mickelson) Shraper on Sunday at their home in Big Lake. Rebecca will graduate on May 24 from the St. John's Preporotory school at Collegeville. Lois Larson and Dee Wollschlager were Willmar callers on Thursday. Both had dr. appointments. Alfred and Barb Borgerson, Mona and Mary Tilbury spent Monday at Watertown, SD for eye check ups. Postal Service web site offers convenience Did you know that you can access the Postal Service online'? The Postal Service web site, www.usps,com delivers a wide variety of postal information and services to assist anyone who wishes to use the U,S. Mail. The Web site averages 10 million visits a month, from residential and business customers. Services range *All tires will be mounted, balanced, new valve stem only $5.00 per tire during sale. Your Minnesota Propane Dealers 877-aS=-otTs www.MHPropane.com I:qlOFVU00E reenhouse pring and Lucille Nelson for Rebecca, Tired of l rid CLEARANCE SALE (going on now) All remaining 3a4 Pk Bedding .... Sl .39 Perennials, mums, azaleas, vegetable plants and greenhouse supplies. On Sale yellow lawn flowers? of dandelions and green up your yar00Lr "Wtiere one ca[[ does it all" -- Lawn Care & Landscaping Lead To 605-432-6313 Milbank, SD Hours: Mon-Fri: 8am-6pm o Sat. 8am-4pm trip to www.usps.com will even help Charles and lhla Thomson. to keep you dry on a rainy day and Monday evening visitors at Muriel warm on a cold day. Moen home at Madison were Charles Louisburg and Ihla Thomson and Lucille Mother's Day weekend visitors at Borstad. Lois Thomson were Randy and ' Marsha Thomson and family of .......... 't Wisconsin, Cindy and Ron Moshier HIXIOIOClUI'XI-I and family of Savage. David and 1 I, tl I]l ,I, . t,, i   IkCJ Vicky and Family of Alexandria. 1 ! Sunday afternoon visitors were " Extension report DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The 0rtonville Independent Simonitch nosed out the "Sureshots" headed by Ross Kaercher. High man in the hunt was Otto Harris who turned in 108 crows. A new firm to be known as Pinn-Motsiff Chevrolet Co. will open in Ortonville on or about June 1. Forty three seniors will graduate from the Ortonville High School June 2nd. The Northwestern State Bank of Ortonville will open for business in Ortonville some day between June 15 and 20. O.B. Schneck, now cashier of the Farmers and Merchants Bank in Milbank will be man- aging officer of the new bank and A.H. Erickson, now man- ager of the Marietta Bank will be the assistant. from buying stamps to finding ZIP Codes. I1' you are looking for a Post Office, you'll find a locater there that will provide maps and directions. You can send cards and letters, purchase postage and print labels flr packages, send money, obtain change-of-address forms, and calculate postage all from the comfort of home or business. Keep www.usps.com in mind, especially when you need information fast, want to obtain a delivery confirmation for upcoming mailings, or aren't able to visit a Post Office. A Vince Crary Regional Extension Educator, Ag Production Systems - Livestock PO Box 250 New York Mills, MN 56567-1)250 218 385-3086 Livestock Grazing Educational Opportunities Livestock producers interested in grazing will have opportunities to mprove their skills thru a couple of educationa opportunities. Dr. Denni: Johnson at the West Central Research and Outreach Center in Morris is putting the final touches on a grazing program series. Dates & topics are as follows: June 10 - Managing the Spring Flush and Planning for a Season Long Grass Supply. July 11 - WCROC Field Day - Forage Harvesting options AM Grazing topic - Filling the gap with warm season plants. August 6 - Supplementing Diets when Grass is Short Sept 10 - Improving Pastures for Next Year October 8 - Extending the Grazing Season November 12 - Winter Pasture and Lot Management. All programs will be at the West Central Research and Outreach Center, Morris and run from 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. The Upper Midwest Grazing Conference will be July 29th 3tst in La Crosse, Wisconsin. The conference will include farm tours, a trade show, an abundance of networking opportunities and educational programs. For Conference information or a registration brochure, please either call me at 218-385-3000 or go to www.wisc.edu/cias/uppermidwest. Day one will kick off with a "Keeping Dairy Grazing Simple" panel discussion with Art Thicke, Vance/Bonne Haugen, Mark Brown and Nick Rolling, all dairy graziers. This will be followed by Developing a Profitable Dairy Grazing Model by Larry Tranel. Then. a virtual tour of remodeled milking parlors by Vince Crary, Vance Haugen and Larry Tranel will be shown followed by "Grazing Dairy Heifers" with Roger Imideke, heifer grazier. The keynote speaker will be John Cockrell, grazing consultant and former UW Extension Ag Agent discussing "Grazing Around the World-New Zealand, Ireland and Australia". Day two will feature morning breakouts for dairy and other livestock. Dr. David Kammel will discuss low-cost housing and feeding facilities; Dr. Les Hansen will present "Designing the Cow of the Future"; and Mark Opitz will share "Crossbreeding Experiences". On the livestock side, Dr. Larry Smith will discuss "Stocker Grazing" and Dick Cates will discuss "Grazing Stockers, Heifers and Direct Marketing", Then, buses will be boarded as the conference will take to the road to Minnesota to visit Art Thicke's and Vance and Bonnie Haugren's grazing operations returning late afternoon with evening networking opportunities. Day three will feature Dr. Dan Undersander on "Forage Species and Grazing Management" followed by Dr. Paul Paterson discussing "ttow are Ryegrass and Soft Leaf Fescue Performing?" The conference will conclude with "complimentary Forage harvesting Systems and Costs" by Dr. Dan Undersander. Registration is due July 17th by mailing $75 per person (payable to Dubuque County Extension) with name, address and phone number o Larry Tranel, Dubuque County Extension, 14858 West ,Ridge Road, Dubuque, IA 52003. Single day registrations are available for $45 per person per day. After July 17th, registration fees are increased $15 per person. Tuesday evening meal and Wednesday lunch included. A block of rooms are available until early July at the Best Western Midway Hotel, 1835 Rose Street, LaCrosse by calling 608-781- 7000. Vince Crary is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in the Ag Production Systems - Dairy area serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone County. SRAFFLE/GIVEAWAY-" I Every customer this weekwill be entered in a drawing to be held at noon on Saturday Drawing for ... ] "Additional chances can be 2 Goodyear Coats [ purchased for $1 - All 4 Goodyear Toys Ik, proceeds going to Cancer Walk! 2 $50 Gift Certificates will be open May 31 until 4:00 p.m. from 12-4 employees will donate wages to the cancer walk. Come De# t/$/ltt$lt! /aCLEAN SWEEP for CANCER!l" All Sales on New Tire Closeouts will be donated to the Cancer Walk Sale Dates - May 19th-31st t'3Annl:an O,hh If St, lanai[ PI' Prm [3rmi ,omllv =Ca xdllt Rv PnCA =l.mfat t,a,ty  .law*, Ply Pr'g LT26F75q6LTXA/S 4 Uhebn SlaCk 10 $110 LT215/SSR16WorkhotseRadild 2 Goodyear 8leek .8 ...... $25 LT235/85R16WtangtAT/SNTO 1 Goodyar BIW 10 $30 P255.7ORt5 Wld Countn APT 2 Mutt Mde Ow 4 $35 LT255/70R16 Salan HPR ....... 1 Ky ........ Black . 6 ........ $2.5 LT245/TfR16 Wnangr AT/NTO 1 ...Goodyear 6 .... $30 LT245/TSR16 Wbi Contry APT 1 MOL Mi}e Ow 6 $30 P215/60R16 Energy XSE .... 4 het ,Black 4 $50 LT245/75RI6 Wrangler RT/S NTO 1 . Codyei 81anti G , $30 P2655916 Comanche HT 2 Mohax.# ........... $30 P22560R6 ROad Huger ..... 1 MOnarch Bl , 4 ........ $20 P245175R1G Arneri 660 NTO ..... 1 Ger,ral ..Owl 4 $30 LT2,75R16ProdlgyHT ! Me/haak Owl 6 $25 P21U60ZR16EagleGT*4 1 C..-xyear. 4 .... $20 LT265/75R16SteINTNTO 1. Ffftston, 10 ...... LT215/85R16Geoaner 2 okohor Ow .$36 P2ff60R16Regalla ............ 1 .GooOteal Bik .4 ........ $20 LT265g/R16Wrangle!G$&NTO.1. Gooo'ar $3 P265q01q!6 Wi!d County APT 2 M#t! Mite Ow! 4 $30 P215/65R16 Symtty Blem 1 Mchelin Black .4 $25 LT265f75R16 Wrangler GS.A NTO 1, .Gotyeat C' 8 .... $40 LT215/8516 rralmark Radai L'T I Monarch glec 8 $25 Pl%I65R15 SOtt Chnger 3 FtIJi .... flla 4 .... $20 PT265/TGR16 wrangler RT/S NTO 2. Goodyear Owl 4 $40 30xg$0R!SWiMCOuntryAPT  MUM}e Owl 6 $25 P195/60R14SodChlNeng# Regul Bleek 4 $20 L.T265P/0R17LTXMSNTO ..... 5, .,Mcheln leC 10 $ P23,70RI6Wlh1CoIryAT I MuffMe  4 $25 P2St60R15EagleAquaTrad 1 Goodyesr., Blec 4 .... $20 LT2575R16LTXNSNTO 3 Mclm $kt 10 $80 P205qS15 Wrangler Radt I Gcooyeal  Owt 4 $20 P 75g/0Ft14 lmpena)Old Style 4 . Slat ........ Bta. 4 ...... $15 P'20r.yTOR15 Bht2ak .......... 1 . . Brlgeslone .,lck 4 $25 P2250R$Stea H/P  8 Gyar Black 4 $25 PI8575A14 Mast Commander 1 Mx:helm WW 4 ...... $15 P05/60R15 $hzzak ............... 2 Bndgstone 8leek 4 $25 P22S'6016 Stgnature ourmg  Wmst0n  4 $25 P18570R3 Reg ............ I0 Goodyear 4 ..... $20 P225/55R16 Bttzz ......... 4 BrOWnStone tYa 4 $20 P26575F116 Wmer k ! Winston Ovd 4 $30 P6S/75R15 C, omaN:he HT ! , MowhS Owl 4 otltor tiros at IIIS00OII#TEB NEW ALIGNMENT HO .l Factory Trained Techs on Duty Cancer-Walk Special . P.r11,, Cancer,Walk Special 27, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 7 old days in the Ortonville area !, @i',,// , ,  ,,  .... i i  ii ii i  ii   i i '','/' ,' ,'i : , ,"' i',,  ILY'DAY PHOTO of Ortonville's lake front is what you see in this postcard photo submitted by Note the lack of trees on the hilltop. Large house at right is what was known for many house, and is now owned by Paul and Mary Taffe. House in center is the former Herb about 1 1/2 acres of land from the Lawrence Kanne family to be added to the Big Stone Camp for Christ. Starting Monday first class mail will increase to 15 for the first ounce and 13 for the second. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kruger of Milbank at the Ortonville Hospital. 50 YEARS AGO June 11, 1953 Jenine Peterson and Bob Brolin will represent the American Legion Auxiliary and Spink Dobak Legion at the Girls' State and Boys' State in June. Senator H. Humphrey was presented the Key to Odessa at the Odessa Jubilee days last Friday and Saturday. A new dining room known as "The Mayfair" will open at the Columbian today. M.C. Webster of St. Paul is the man- ager. Ann Gunderson and Paul Davidson exchanged wedding vows June 7 at the First English Lutheran Church. LuJean Skundberg and Melvin Gimmestad were mar- ried June 6 at the ttolden Lutheran Church near Beardsley. Phyllis Heinen and Hector Welde were married June 6 at the St. Charles Catholic Church in Big Stone City. 70 YEARS AGO May 25, 1933 Members of the Crow tlunt produced 573 dead birds. "The Deadshots" headed by Rudy /Louisburg AGO 1, 1993 was pre- Music Award annually at the n was featured paper. Track team Little Sioux 2hamps for the tng the skylight is restoration project anza Education a reality. persons at ngsley. ,1978 seniors will Ortonville high Debra Skoog and Roger salutatorian. Lake has purchased Stueckrath Blood Drive is of June 9-13. The Bellingham on from 3-7 p.m. the county blood ss will be bringing (SALT) to 13. You're Red Cross Save a aSeum to see how lives. For more intact Audrey !385 or Margaret !426 or visit the life.org. was present called for $20 at y Day May 28 the attended the 50th and Va'l 17 at the s Larson were to Sunday at their son, Brant home at and Joleen Van Chandler joined Later in all attended the Elias Sorenson home. at the home of Browns and Mrs. Byron tnla Jensen of and Alfred daughter of Tom and Donna (Mickelson) Shraper on Sunday at their home in Big Lake. Rebecca will graduate on May 24 from the St. John's Preporotory school at Collegeville. Lois Larson and Dee Wollschlager were Willmar callers on Thursday. Both had dr. appointments. Alfred and Barb Borgerson, Mona and Mary Tilbury spent Monday at Watertown, SD for eye check ups. Postal Service web site offers convenience Did you know that you can access the Postal Service online'? The Postal Service web site, www.usps,com delivers a wide variety of postal information and services to assist anyone who wishes to use the U,S. Mail. The Web site averages 10 million visits a month, from residential and business customers. Services range *All tires will be mounted, balanced, new valve stem only $5.00 per tire during sale. Your Minnesota Propane Dealers 877-aS=-otTs www.MHPropane.com I:qlOFVU00E reenhouse pring and Lucille Nelson for Rebecca, Tired of l rid CLEARANCE SALE (going on now) All remaining 3a4 Pk Bedding .... Sl .39 Perennials, mums, azaleas, vegetable plants and greenhouse supplies. On Sale yellow lawn flowers? of dandelions and green up your yar00Lr "Wtiere one ca[[ does it all" -- Lawn Care & Landscaping Lead To 605-432-6313 Milbank, SD Hours: Mon-Fri: 8am-6pm o Sat. 8am-4pm trip to www.usps.com will even help Charles and lhla Thomson. to keep you dry on a rainy day and Monday evening visitors at Muriel warm on a cold day. Moen home at Madison were Charles Louisburg and Ihla Thomson and Lucille Mother's Day weekend visitors at Borstad. Lois Thomson were Randy and ' Marsha Thomson and family of .......... 't Wisconsin, Cindy and Ron Moshier HIXIOIOClUI'XI-I and family of Savage. David and 1 I, tl I]l ,I, . t,, i   IkCJ Vicky and Family of Alexandria. 1 ! Sunday afternoon visitors were " Extension report DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The 0rtonville Independent Simonitch nosed out the "Sureshots" headed by Ross Kaercher. High man in the hunt was Otto Harris who turned in 108 crows. A new firm to be known as Pinn-Motsiff Chevrolet Co. will open in Ortonville on or about June 1. Forty three seniors will graduate from the Ortonville High School June 2nd. The Northwestern State Bank of Ortonville will open for business in Ortonville some day between June 15 and 20. O.B. Schneck, now cashier of the Farmers and Merchants Bank in Milbank will be man- aging officer of the new bank and A.H. Erickson, now man- ager of the Marietta Bank will be the assistant. from buying stamps to finding ZIP Codes. I1' you are looking for a Post Office, you'll find a locater there that will provide maps and directions. You can send cards and letters, purchase postage and print labels flr packages, send money, obtain change-of-address forms, and calculate postage all from the comfort of home or business. Keep www.usps.com in mind, especially when you need information fast, want to obtain a delivery confirmation for upcoming mailings, or aren't able to visit a Post Office. A Vince Crary Regional Extension Educator, Ag Production Systems - Livestock PO Box 250 New York Mills, MN 56567-1)250 218 385-3086 Livestock Grazing Educational Opportunities Livestock producers interested in grazing will have opportunities to mprove their skills thru a couple of educationa opportunities. Dr. Denni: Johnson at the West Central Research and Outreach Center in Morris is putting the final touches on a grazing program series. Dates & topics are as follows: June 10 - Managing the Spring Flush and Planning for a Season Long Grass Supply. July 11 - WCROC Field Day - Forage Harvesting options AM Grazing topic - Filling the gap with warm season plants. August 6 - Supplementing Diets when Grass is Short Sept 10 - Improving Pastures for Next Year October 8 - Extending the Grazing Season November 12 - Winter Pasture and Lot Management. All programs will be at the West Central Research and Outreach Center, Morris and run from 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. The Upper Midwest Grazing Conference will be July 29th 3tst in La Crosse, Wisconsin. The conference will include farm tours, a trade show, an abundance of networking opportunities and educational programs. For Conference information or a registration brochure, please either call me at 218-385-3000 or go to www.wisc.edu/cias/uppermidwest. Day one will kick off with a "Keeping Dairy Grazing Simple" panel discussion with Art Thicke, Vance/Bonne Haugen, Mark Brown and Nick Rolling, all dairy graziers. This will be followed by Developing a Profitable Dairy Grazing Model by Larry Tranel. Then. a virtual tour of remodeled milking parlors by Vince Crary, Vance Haugen and Larry Tranel will be shown followed by "Grazing Dairy Heifers" with Roger Imideke, heifer grazier. The keynote speaker will be John Cockrell, grazing consultant and former UW Extension Ag Agent discussing "Grazing Around the World-New Zealand, Ireland and Australia". Day two will feature morning breakouts for dairy and other livestock. Dr. David Kammel will discuss low-cost housing and feeding facilities; Dr. Les Hansen will present "Designing the Cow of the Future"; and Mark Opitz will share "Crossbreeding Experiences". On the livestock side, Dr. Larry Smith will discuss "Stocker Grazing" and Dick Cates will discuss "Grazing Stockers, Heifers and Direct Marketing", Then, buses will be boarded as the conference will take to the road to Minnesota to visit Art Thicke's and Vance and Bonnie Haugren's grazing operations returning late afternoon with evening networking opportunities. Day three will feature Dr. Dan Undersander on "Forage Species and Grazing Management" followed by Dr. Paul Paterson discussing "ttow are Ryegrass and Soft Leaf Fescue Performing?" The conference will conclude with "complimentary Forage harvesting Systems and Costs" by Dr. Dan Undersander. Registration is due July 17th by mailing $75 per person (payable to Dubuque County Extension) with name, address and phone number o Larry Tranel, Dubuque County Extension, 14858 West ,Ridge Road, Dubuque, IA 52003. Single day registrations are available for $45 per person per day. After July 17th, registration fees are increased $15 per person. Tuesday evening meal and Wednesday lunch included. A block of rooms are available until early July at the Best Western Midway Hotel, 1835 Rose Street, LaCrosse by calling 608-781- 7000. Vince Crary is an Educator with the University of Minnesota Extension Service in the Ag Production Systems - Dairy area serving the West Central District that includes Big Stone County. SRAFFLE/GIVEAWAY-" I Every customer this weekwill be entered in a drawing to be held at noon on Saturday Drawing for ... ] "Additional chances can be 2 Goodyear Coats [ purchased for $1 - All 4 Goodyear Toys Ik, proceeds going to Cancer Walk! 2 $50 Gift Certificates will be open May 31 until 4:00 p.m. from 12-4 employees will donate wages to the cancer walk. Come De# t/$/ltt$lt! /aCLEAN SWEEP for CANCER!l" All Sales on New Tire Closeouts will be donated to the Cancer Walk Sale Dates - May 19th-31st t'3Annl:an O,hh If St, lanai[ PI' Prm [3rmi ,omllv =Ca xdllt Rv PnCA =l.mfat t,a,ty  .law*, Ply Pr'g LT26F75q6LTXA/S 4 Uhebn SlaCk 10 $110 LT215/SSR16WorkhotseRadild 2 Goodyear 8leek .8 ...... $25 LT235/85R16WtangtAT/SNTO 1 Goodyar BIW 10 $30 P255.7ORt5 Wld Countn APT 2 Mutt Mde Ow 4 $35 LT255/70R16 Salan HPR ....... 1 Ky ........ Black . 6 ........ $2.5 LT245/TfR16 Wnangr AT/NTO 1 ...Goodyear 6 .... $30 LT245/TSR16 Wbi Contry APT 1 MOL Mi}e Ow 6 $30 P215/60R16 Energy XSE .... 4 het ,Black 4 $50 LT245/75RI6 Wrangler RT/S NTO 1 . Codyei 81anti G , $30 P2655916 Comanche HT 2 Mohax.# ........... $30 P22560R6 ROad Huger ..... 1 MOnarch Bl , 4 ........ $20 P245175R1G Arneri 660 NTO ..... 1 Ger,ral ..Owl 4 $30 LT2,75R16ProdlgyHT ! Me/haak Owl 6 $25 P21U60ZR16EagleGT*4 1 C..-xyear. 4 .... $20 LT265/75R16SteINTNTO 1. Ffftston, 10 ...... LT215/85R16Geoaner 2 okohor Ow .$36 P2ff60R16Regalla ............ 1 .GooOteal Bik .4 ........ $20 LT265g/R16Wrangle!G$&NTO.1. Gooo'ar $3 P265q01q!6 Wi!d County APT 2 M#t! Mite Ow! 4 $30 P215/65R16 Symtty Blem 1 Mchelin Black .4 $25 LT265f75R16 Wrangler GS.A NTO 1, .Gotyeat C' 8 .... $40 LT215/8516 rralmark Radai L'T I Monarch glec 8 $25 Pl%I65R15 SOtt Chnger 3 FtIJi .... flla 4 .... $20 PT265/TGR16 wrangler RT/S NTO 2. Goodyear Owl 4 $40 30xg$0R!SWiMCOuntryAPT  MUM}e Owl 6 $25 P195/60R14SodChlNeng# Regul Bleek 4 $20 L.T265P/0R17LTXMSNTO ..... 5, .,Mcheln leC 10 $ P23,70RI6Wlh1CoIryAT I MuffMe  4 $25 P2St60R15EagleAquaTrad 1 Goodyesr., Blec 4 .... $20 LT2575R16LTXNSNTO 3 Mclm $kt 10 $80 P205qS15 Wrangler Radt I Gcooyeal  Owt 4 $20 P 75g/0Ft14 lmpena)Old Style 4 . Slat ........ Bta. 4 ...... $15 P'20r.yTOR15 Bht2ak .......... 1 . . Brlgeslone .,lck 4 $25 P2250R$Stea H/P  8 Gyar Black 4 $25 PI8575A14 Mast Commander 1 Mx:helm WW 4 ...... $15 P05/60R15 $hzzak ............... 2 Bndgstone 8leek 4 $25 P22S'6016 Stgnature ourmg  Wmst0n  4 $25 P18570R3 Reg ............ I0 Goodyear 4 ..... $20 P225/55R16 Bttzz ......... 4 BrOWnStone tYa 4 $20 P26575F116 Wmer k ! Winston Ovd 4 $30 P6S/75R15 C, omaN:he HT ! , MowhS Owl 4 otltor tiros at IIIS00OII#TEB NEW ALIGNMENT HO .l Factory Trained Techs on Duty Cancer-Walk Special . P.r11,, Cancer,Walk Special 27, 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 7