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_,, By JDK We agree with Darrell McKigney, President of the Taxpayers League of Minnesota, who is calling for Gov. Jesse Ventura to personally pay for his own security on his upcoming book tour. "Taxpayers should not be forced to pay for the Governor's pri- vate security. This book tour is a pri- vate business venture of the Governor's, and security is simply a cost of doing business for a celebri- ty," said McKigney. "The Governor using public employees for a private business activity is essentially just as wrong as State Senators using their public phones to conduct private business activities. It's wrong, and it's an abuse of taxpayers' money." ***** It was fun seeing some familiar faces in town during the past Memorial Day week- end. To name a few, Jim and Patsy (Potter) Martinson of Brainerd, Cliff and Winnie (Daly) Bohmbeck of the metro area, and Herb and Joyce King, also of the metro area. A chat with Winnie brought back memories of our youth, when we peddled papers and magazines. Every time we stopped to col- lect at the Pat Daly home (Winnie's father, who many recall was County Sheriff for many years), Pat would never give us our pay until we had sung "Irish Eyes Are Smiling." Not familiar with a child's rights in those days, we always obliged! It was fun! ***** Richard Tiegs of Coralville, IA, son of the Don Tiegs of Ortonville, has a small worlder. While reading his daily paper there, the Iowa City Press Citizen, he came across the obituary of Lillian Dehne, 82, which also appeared in a recent Independent issue. Mrs. Dehne was born in Correll to the late Julius and Rosa Wiese, and graduated from Correll High School with the class of 1933. She later attended State of Minnesota Normal Training in Ortonville. "Seeing Correli and Ortonville in an Iowa city obituary is unusual," writes Richard. Things won't seem the same in the Big Stone City area anymore with the pass- ing last week of Jim Rabe, native farmer from just west of Big Stone City. Jim always had a smile and nice words to say about anyone and anything. He'll be missed by many, especially by those from his church in which he was so active, and by the Lake Region Car Club. IT'S A rare person who doesn't get discouraged. Whether it happens to us or to an associate we're trying to cheer up, the answer centers around one word: perseverance. The value of courage, persistence, and perseverance has rarely been iUustrated more convincingly than in the life story of this man (his age appears in the column on the right): Age Failed in business 22 Ran for legislatureN defeated 23 Again failed in business 24 "Elected to legislature 25 Sweetheart died . 26 Had a nervous breakdown 27 Defeated for Speaker 29 Defeated for Elector 31 Defeated for Congress 34 Elected to Congress 37 Defeated for Congress 39 Defeated for Senate 46 Defeated for Vice President 47 Defeated for Senate 49 Elected President of the .United States 51 That's the record of Abraham Lincoln. Need A Low Interest Home Loan? USDA/Rural Developmeiat Office Hours: 1st & 3rd Wednesday each month 9:30-11:30 a.m. in the Farm Service Agency Office " in Ortonville. CALL 320-235-5612 FOR MORE INFORMATION Equal Housg Oppoauny III I Page 2 Ortonville news Gall Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Pete and Diane Haugen of Sun City, AZ were Thursday afternoon visitors of Florence Trapp. Eldora Nelson and Pearl Pepka visited Lula Hagen Sunday evening, May 23. Harry Loeschke, Hilda Brehmer, and Lillian Ninneman went to Milbank to visit their sister Clara Angerhofer on Saturday, May 22. Dale and Ann Fremo from Boyd and Lee and Vidella Roschen and Nathan, Tiffany, and Jennifer Parks visited Lillian Ninneman on Sunday, May 23. Lillian Ninneman had dinner with Clifford and Alton Hansons on Wednesday, May 26. Joel Sorbel and Rose Van Stralen went to Dairy Queen for an ice cream treat on a warm Thursday, May 26. Elaine Gable celebrated her birthday with family and friends on Saturday, May 22. Dr. Todd Stolpman and wife Monique and Drew and Alexa visited for the weekend of the 21, 22, and 23 at Todd's parents home, Mr. and Mrs. Urban Stolpman. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lund went over to Appleton to the senior citizens apartment because two of the employees were retiring from the senior citizens apartments. The Lunds attended the retirement party for them on Thursday, May 27. They were two of the original employees of the retirement home. The Lunds thoroughly enjoyed the party and had a beautiful lunch. An accordian player form Madison entrtained them for about a half hour. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lund have moved into the Home-Rite apartments form the Appleton apartments. The Lunds have been in there new location for about a week. They will be at the Home-Rite apartments indefinitely. Mr. Lund retired from the Farmers Union Oil Company-Cenex in Ortonville in 1980. Tom and Phyllis Schluter celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 15th at the American Legion. All 16 of their children were able to be with them. The children from the Minneapolis area are as follows: Sharon Wisner, Kathy Schluter, Bob Schluter, Jim Schluter, Peggy Nelson, Sally Burkett, Joe Schluter, Theresa Kovarik, Paul Schluter, and Richard Schluter. The children from New York City are as follows: Dan Schluter and Ed Schluter. From California is Barb Sowles. From Texas is John Schluter. From Dulth is Tom A. Schluter. From a suburb of Paris, France is Suzanne Lehmann. Ten of the in-laws where there and 26 out of 30 grandchildren were there. It was a great time! High bridge players of the Friday afternoon, May 28 bridge party at the Ortonville Senior Center were Leo Nelson and Darlene Loeschke. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Buescher of Bloomington and Melvin Conraads and son Dan of Sheridan, Wyoming came to spend Memorial weekend with Gail Johnson. Saturday, May 29 Gladys Meister of Milbank and Audrey Koch were in Watertown. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Berg went to Bemidji and Cass Lake for a trip from Wednesday, May 26 to May 29. They visited friends and relatives. While there they celebrated a family birthday. They stayed in Cass Lake at their cousin's cabin on Lake Portage. They also went to Bemidji to visit. Sons of Norway meet June 3rd Sons of Norway Lodge #1-651 - Granittdalen of Milbank will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday, June 3rd at 7 p.m. at the Grant County Courthouse Community Room. Note change in the meeting date. There will be no planning meeting in June. Twenty-five Granittdalen Lodge members went to Watertown for the May meeting with Watertown Lodge to celebrate Synttende Mai. Remember to bring time sheets and reports on dish cloth sales, the entertainment following the meeting will be Elaine Aden. Hosting the meeting will be Emery Anderson, Thea Barland, and Ev Dailie. Games and cards will follow lunch. All Nordic backgrounds velkommen. Week four slows in fishing contest Week four of the Ortonville Independent Fishing Contest slowed down a bit, with two winning entries this week. A whopping 11 pound northern was the winner in that category this week, reeled in by John Oakes. The monster measured 38 inches in length and was weighed in at Hartford Beach Resort of Corona, SD. Ortonville's Bob Johnson was on top in the bullhead category, with a 2 pound 14 ounce fish weighed in at Bud's Bait of Ortonville last Sunday. No walleyes were weighed in this last week, bringing the contest end jackpot to $145. Perch raises to $130, while the northern jackpot stays at $130 and bullheads at $100. NmH 00[NW Letters to the editor Dear Editor: The City of Ortonville has determined that it should acquire from Ottertail Power Company the lakeshore at the south end of the lake, and also a parcel of railroad property adjacent to Lakeside Park. Let's look at what this would do. The city currently has a 99 year lease with Ottertail to use this area for free, and Ottertail pays the real estate taxes. , It doesn't make sense to me to buy something you already use for free, and then lose the taxes as well. According to a report in the paper, the city hasn't laid out plans for use of the land. Roger Bird, who has been appointed to try to conclude the purchase of the properties has indicated old marina plans would be resurrected for this area. We have a group developing a marina now! They don't need the city competing with them. The railroad property the city wants to acquire adjoins the old Cenex property. The City wants to buy that and take it off the tax rolls. The group that owns the old Cenex property have devoted a great deal of time over three years trying to buy that parcel to use for development that would enhance the use of the Lakeside Park area. If the City jumps in, they will once again be competing with private industry and, in this case, it will be another business "gone" before it even gets started. This is progress? This is development? Neil Speckeen Relay for Life Fights Cancer During the past year, there has been a growing excitement on the world wide net about the technologies advancing toward finding a cure for cancer. Right now there are promising protocols in clinical trials in the U.S. Canada and Sweden. If any of the tri- als prove to be the "Magic Bullet", Cancer could go the way of the Polio Scourge of the 1950's when Dr. Jonas Salk introduced the Salk vaccine. These clinical trials cost a lot of money and take time before a new treatment can be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The American Cancer Society has spent 1.3 billion dollars in research, Family service hours public awareness programs and patient assistance. The National Cancer Institute and The National Institutes of Health have spent larger amounts. Leading oncologists, urolo- gists and doctors in research are pub- licly stating on the net that the year 2002 will be the year that the "Magic Bullet" will reach patients. The Relay For Life has replaced the house to house canvas as the money raising effort of the American Cancer Society. We all know someone we can memorialize because he/she died of Cancer. We can also celebrate the life of a cancer survivor. Please plan to attend the relay for life on August 28th and 29th when hundreds of volunteers will participate at the Ortonville Municipal Airport. At dark we hope to light 1,000 luminaries to prove that we are supporting the fight staged by the world-wide medical community. We will be publishing names of team volunteers from whom you may purchase luminaries for the event. If you wish to captain a team or be a walker on a team, please call 839- 2836. We are flexible. We will also accept contributions! ! Big Stone County's Family Service Center will commence summer working hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. beginning June 1 through Labor Day. HICKMAN'S Garage Door & More John Hickman Overhead Garage Door Sales & Service ARE YOU WONDERING WHICH WAY TO TURN? Green Thumb Employment and Training, Inc. assists mature individuals who are age 55 and over in gaining full time and part time employment. Financial guidelines apply. EOE Contact Hllda at 320-855-2440 I" on June 3rd DON HO YOUR TWO "HANDICAPS" i Keep Memorial Day Memories with Pictures! Save on Photo-processing with Second Set FREE Days! Tuesda.v_00 - Milbank or Wilmot, SD Fridays - Appleton, Browns Valley, Graceville or Ortonville, MN. Liebe Drug/Variety Mllbank or Wllmot, SD Appleton, Browns Valley, Graceville or OrtonviUe, MN 00INDEPENDENT Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Sat. 8 am..5P ORTONVILLE, MN 1/2 or Whole - Per Lb RIB EYE STEAKS S4.99 Old Fashioned - Per Lb. SBO Hams SI.29 10 - 1 Lb. Pkgs. - 93% Lean - Per Lb. GROUND BEEF $1.49 Whole - Boneless - Per Lb. TOP SIRLOIN $2.89 HAM .................... 02.49 PER LB. SUMMER SAUSAG gopleton man makes appearance on felon Douglas Duane Bahr, 26 of Appleton, made his first appearance last Wednesday in Big Stone County court on the charge of felony theft. The charge carries a maximum penalty of five years in jail, a $10,000 fine, or both. According to court documents, on March 30, Deputy John Haukos was contacted by Robert Steinke, Jr. about a theft and property damage at his farm in Akron Township. Court documents indicated Steinke told Haukos he had rented the place to Bahr in October, and recently had heard Bahr burned down two buildings at the site and had removed several bushels of beans. The do Haukos contacted which advised bushels to its had Bahr later tob asked Steinke if ! ( the buildings, stated Bahr been rotten, but be with the money Steinke. Bahr al, not had permission the documents said. Bahr's next an arraig Stone County Court Dad's Day will be here before Are you ready? We have some for that important man in your life. If Dad is a golfer or fisherman golf and fisherman flags and mats Does Dad love those Duck, We have a great selection of end occasional pine accent pieces with adding character to the piece. Is Dad a couch potato? Make able with one of our great variety Mastercraft or Lane. Stop by soon to let us hel F gift for the great guy in your life. "A South Dakota Century EFI,@IUEL HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 9am-5:15pm; Toll Free 888-432-4568 306 South Third Street * Milbank, South Dakota on your State Farm auto when you buy another line insurance coverage from Don't miss this opportunity! See yO. good neighbor agent today for detail " See Me: Del Silberstein, Sr. 118 NW 2nd Street Ortonvllle, MN 56278 13201 839-2531 Like a good neighbor, State Farm ts Slate Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Home Office: Bloomington. Illinois TuesdaY' _,, By JDK We agree with Darrell McKigney, President of the Taxpayers League of Minnesota, who is calling for Gov. Jesse Ventura to personally pay for his own security on his upcoming book tour. "Taxpayers should not be forced to pay for the Governor's pri- vate security. This book tour is a pri- vate business venture of the Governor's, and security is simply a cost of doing business for a celebri- ty," said McKigney. "The Governor using public employees for a private business activity is essentially just as wrong as State Senators using their public phones to conduct private business activities. It's wrong, and it's an abuse of taxpayers' money." ***** It was fun seeing some familiar faces in town during the past Memorial Day week- end. To name a few, Jim and Patsy (Potter) Martinson of Brainerd, Cliff and Winnie (Daly) Bohmbeck of the metro area, and Herb and Joyce King, also of the metro area. A chat with Winnie brought back memories of our youth, when we peddled papers and magazines. Every time we stopped to col- lect at the Pat Daly home (Winnie's father, who many recall was County Sheriff for many years), Pat would never give us our pay until we had sung "Irish Eyes Are Smiling." Not familiar with a child's rights in those days, we always obliged! It was fun! ***** Richard Tiegs of Coralville, IA, son of the Don Tiegs of Ortonville, has a small worlder. While reading his daily paper there, the Iowa City Press Citizen, he came across the obituary of Lillian Dehne, 82, which also appeared in a recent Independent issue. Mrs. Dehne was born in Correll to the late Julius and Rosa Wiese, and graduated from Correll High School with the class of 1933. She later attended State of Minnesota Normal Training in Ortonville. "Seeing Correli and Ortonville in an Iowa city obituary is unusual," writes Richard. Things won't seem the same in the Big Stone City area anymore with the pass- ing last week of Jim Rabe, native farmer from just west of Big Stone City. Jim always had a smile and nice words to say about anyone and anything. He'll be missed by many, especially by those from his church in which he was so active, and by the Lake Region Car Club. IT'S A rare person who doesn't get discouraged. Whether it happens to us or to an associate we're trying to cheer up, the answer centers around one word: perseverance. The value of courage, persistence, and perseverance has rarely been iUustrated more convincingly than in the life story of this man (his age appears in the column on the right): Age Failed in business 22 Ran for legislatureN defeated 23 Again failed in business 24 "Elected to legislature 25 Sweetheart died . 26 Had a nervous breakdown 27 Defeated for Speaker 29 Defeated for Elector 31 Defeated for Congress 34 Elected to Congress 37 Defeated for Congress 39 Defeated for Senate 46 Defeated for Vice President 47 Defeated for Senate 49 Elected President of the .United States 51 That's the record of Abraham Lincoln. Need A Low Interest Home Loan? USDA/Rural Developmeiat Office Hours: 1st & 3rd Wednesday each month 9:30-11:30 a.m. in the Farm Service Agency Office " in Ortonville. CALL 320-235-5612 FOR MORE INFORMATION Equal Housg Oppoauny III I Page 2 Ortonville news Gall Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Pete and Diane Haugen of Sun City, AZ were Thursday afternoon visitors of Florence Trapp. Eldora Nelson and Pearl Pepka visited Lula Hagen Sunday evening, May 23. Harry Loeschke, Hilda Brehmer, and Lillian Ninneman went to Milbank to visit their sister Clara Angerhofer on Saturday, May 22. Dale and Ann Fremo from Boyd and Lee and Vidella Roschen and Nathan, Tiffany, and Jennifer Parks visited Lillian Ninneman on Sunday, May 23. Lillian Ninneman had dinner with Clifford and Alton Hansons on Wednesday, May 26. Joel Sorbel and Rose Van Stralen went to Dairy Queen for an ice cream treat on a warm Thursday, May 26. Elaine Gable celebrated her birthday with family and friends on Saturday, May 22. Dr. Todd Stolpman and wife Monique and Drew and Alexa visited for the weekend of the 21, 22, and 23 at Todd's parents home, Mr. and Mrs. Urban Stolpman. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lund went over to Appleton to the senior citizens apartment because two of the employees were retiring from the senior citizens apartments. The Lunds attended the retirement party for them on Thursday, May 27. They were two of the original employees of the retirement home. The Lunds thoroughly enjoyed the party and had a beautiful lunch. An accordian player form Madison entrtained them for about a half hour. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lund have moved into the Home-Rite apartments form the Appleton apartments. The Lunds have been in there new location for about a week. They will be at the Home-Rite apartments indefinitely. Mr. Lund retired from the Farmers Union Oil Company-Cenex in Ortonville in 1980. Tom and Phyllis Schluter celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, May 15th at the American Legion. All 16 of their children were able to be with them. The children from the Minneapolis area are as follows: Sharon Wisner, Kathy Schluter, Bob Schluter, Jim Schluter, Peggy Nelson, Sally Burkett, Joe Schluter, Theresa Kovarik, Paul Schluter, and Richard Schluter. The children from New York City are as follows: Dan Schluter and Ed Schluter. From California is Barb Sowles. From Texas is John Schluter. From Dulth is Tom A. Schluter. From a suburb of Paris, France is Suzanne Lehmann. Ten of the in-laws where there and 26 out of 30 grandchildren were there. It was a great time! High bridge players of the Friday afternoon, May 28 bridge party at the Ortonville Senior Center were Leo Nelson and Darlene Loeschke. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Buescher of Bloomington and Melvin Conraads and son Dan of Sheridan, Wyoming came to spend Memorial weekend with Gail Johnson. Saturday, May 29 Gladys Meister of Milbank and Audrey Koch were in Watertown. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Berg went to Bemidji and Cass Lake for a trip from Wednesday, May 26 to May 29. They visited friends and relatives. While there they celebrated a family birthday. They stayed in Cass Lake at their cousin's cabin on Lake Portage. They also went to Bemidji to visit. Sons of Norway meet June 3rd Sons of Norway Lodge #1-651 - Granittdalen of Milbank will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday, June 3rd at 7 p.m. at the Grant County Courthouse Community Room. Note change in the meeting date. There will be no planning meeting in June. Twenty-five Granittdalen Lodge members went to Watertown for the May meeting with Watertown Lodge to celebrate Synttende Mai. Remember to bring time sheets and reports on dish cloth sales, the entertainment following the meeting will be Elaine Aden. Hosting the meeting will be Emery Anderson, Thea Barland, and Ev Dailie. Games and cards will follow lunch. All Nordic backgrounds velkommen. Week four slows in fishing contest Week four of the Ortonville Independent Fishing Contest slowed down a bit, with two winning entries this week. A whopping 11 pound northern was the winner in that category this week, reeled in by John Oakes. The monster measured 38 inches in length and was weighed in at Hartford Beach Resort of Corona, SD. Ortonville's Bob Johnson was on top in the bullhead category, with a 2 pound 14 ounce fish weighed in at Bud's Bait of Ortonville last Sunday. No walleyes were weighed in this last week, bringing the contest end jackpot to $145. Perch raises to $130, while the northern jackpot stays at $130 and bullheads at $100. NmH 00[NW Letters to the editor Dear Editor: The City of Ortonville has determined that it should acquire from Ottertail Power Company the lakeshore at the south end of the lake, and also a parcel of railroad property adjacent to Lakeside Park. Let's look at what this would do. The city currently has a 99 year lease with Ottertail to use this area for free, and Ottertail pays the real estate taxes. , It doesn't make sense to me to buy something you already use for free, and then lose the taxes as well. According to a report in the paper, the city hasn't laid out plans for use of the land. Roger Bird, who has been appointed to try to conclude the purchase of the properties has indicated old marina plans would be resurrected for this area. We have a group developing a marina now! They don't need the city competing with them. The railroad property the city wants to acquire adjoins the old Cenex property. The City wants to buy that and take it off the tax rolls. The group that owns the old Cenex property have devoted a great deal of time over three years trying to buy that parcel to use for development that would enhance the use of the Lakeside Park area. If the City jumps in, they will once again be competing with private industry and, in this case, it will be another business "gone" before it even gets started. This is progress? This is development? Neil Speckeen Relay for Life Fights Cancer During the past year, there has been a growing excitement on the world wide net about the technologies advancing toward finding a cure for cancer. Right now there are promising protocols in clinical trials in the U.S. Canada and Sweden. If any of the tri- als prove to be the "Magic Bullet", Cancer could go the way of the Polio Scourge of the 1950's when Dr. Jonas Salk introduced the Salk vaccine. These clinical trials cost a lot of money and take time before a new treatment can be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The American Cancer Society has spent 1.3 billion dollars in research, Family service hours public awareness programs and patient assistance. The National Cancer Institute and The National Institutes of Health have spent larger amounts. Leading oncologists, urolo- gists and doctors in research are pub- licly stating on the net that the year 2002 will be the year that the "Magic Bullet" will reach patients. The Relay For Life has replaced the house to house canvas as the money raising effort of the American Cancer Society. We all know someone we can memorialize because he/she died of Cancer. We can also celebrate the life of a cancer survivor. Please plan to attend the relay for life on August 28th and 29th when hundreds of volunteers will participate at the Ortonville Municipal Airport. At dark we hope to light 1,000 luminaries to prove that we are supporting the fight staged by the world-wide medical community. We will be publishing names of team volunteers from whom you may purchase luminaries for the event. If you wish to captain a team or be a walker on a team, please call 839- 2836. We are flexible. We will also accept contributions! ! Big Stone County's Family Service Center will commence summer working hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. beginning June 1 through Labor Day. HICKMAN'S Garage Door & More John Hickman Overhead Garage Door Sales & Service ARE YOU WONDERING WHICH WAY TO TURN? Green Thumb Employment and Training, Inc. assists mature individuals who are age 55 and over in gaining full time and part time employment. Financial guidelines apply. EOE Contact Hllda at 320-855-2440 I" on June 3rd DON HO YOUR TWO "HANDICAPS" i Keep Memorial Day Memories with Pictures! Save on Photo-processing with Second Set FREE Days! Tuesda.v_00 - Milbank or Wilmot, SD Fridays - Appleton, Browns Valley, Graceville or Ortonville, MN. Liebe Drug/Variety Mllbank or Wllmot, SD Appleton, Browns Valley, Graceville or OrtonviUe, MN 00INDEPENDENT Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Sat. 8 am..5P ORTONVILLE, MN 1/2 or Whole - Per Lb RIB EYE STEAKS S4.99 Old Fashioned - Per Lb. SBO Hams SI.29 10 - 1 Lb. Pkgs. - 93% Lean - Per Lb. GROUND BEEF $1.49 Whole - Boneless - Per Lb. TOP SIRLOIN $2.89 HAM .................... 02.49 PER LB. SUMMER SAUSAG gopleton man makes appearance on felon Douglas Duane Bahr, 26 of Appleton, made his first appearance last Wednesday in Big Stone County court on the charge of felony theft. The charge carries a maximum penalty of five years in jail, a $10,000 fine, or both. According to court documents, on March 30, Deputy John Haukos was contacted by Robert Steinke, Jr. about a theft and property damage at his farm in Akron Township. Court documents indicated Steinke told Haukos he had rented the place to Bahr in October, and recently had heard Bahr burned down two buildings at the site and had removed several bushels of beans. The do Haukos contacted which advised bushels to its had Bahr later tob asked Steinke if ! ( the buildings, stated Bahr been rotten, but be with the money Steinke. Bahr al, not had permission the documents said. Bahr's next an arraig Stone County Court Dad's Day will be here before Are you ready? We have some for that important man in your life. If Dad is a golfer or fisherman golf and fisherman flags and mats Does Dad love those Duck, We have a great selection of end occasional pine accent pieces with adding character to the piece. Is Dad a couch potato? Make able with one of our great variety Mastercraft or Lane. Stop by soon to let us hel F gift for the great guy in your life. "A South Dakota Century EFI,@IUEL HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 9am-5:15pm; Toll Free 888-432-4568 306 South Third Street * Milbank, South Dakota on your State Farm auto when you buy another line insurance coverage from Don't miss this opportunity! See yO. good neighbor agent today for detail " See Me: Del Silberstein, Sr. 118 NW 2nd Street Ortonvllle, MN 56278 13201 839-2531 Like a good neighbor, State Farm ts Slate Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Home Office: Bloomington. Illinois TuesdaY'