Newspaper Archive of
The Ortonville Independent
Ortonville, Minnesota
Lyft
June 1, 1999     The Ortonville Independent
PAGE 7     (7 of 18 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 7     (7 of 18 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 1, 1999
 

Newspaper Archive of The Ortonville Independent produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




! ,d days in the Ortonville area d i / i ^ IL MOMENTS OF THE ORPHEUM THEATER That's when this Independent photo was taken, theater,s marquee coming down. The theater was located just across from the present Otel building. Photo was taken in the late 1980s. DOWN MEMORY'S LANE Congregational Church. Evelyn Pomerenke and Wesley Gearman were married May 28 at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Clinton. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Beaty of Ortonville, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schneck of Milbank, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Novak of Big Stone City, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Engebretson of Ortonville and a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Madsen of Ortonville. 70 YEARS AGO afternoon, May 22 and Laura Montag at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Larry Montag on Sunday afternoon, May 23, 1999 at their home on Big Stone Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sis attended the wedding of Debbie Millerbernd and Derek Jones at St. Mark's Catholic Church in St. Paul Saturday, May 22, 1999. Their children Kelli and Alex stayed with their aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Ken Weber in Edina. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Karels were Sunday, May 23 afternoon visitors at the Lawrence Reiffenberger home in Watertown. Mrs. Lawrence Millerbernd spent Tuesday until Thursday, May 20 at the Larry Weiderhoeft home in New Ulm and also visited with the Tom Schwarz and Lyle Fischer families. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Millerbernd attended the wedding of their niece Debbie Miilerbernd and Derek Jones at St. Mark's Catholic Church in St. Paul on Saturday, May 22. On Sunday, May 23 they visited with Sister M. Regine at St. Scholastica Nursing Home in St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Karels, Blaine and Kayla of Breckenridge and Scott Karels of Ortonville spent Saturday and Sunday at the Raymond Karels home. John Paul and Monica Adelman drove to Jacksonville, FL last week to visit at the home of their sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Pastika. Monica plans to spend the summer in Florida and John Paul returned home by plane on Tuesday, May 25, 1999. NORTHEAST ORTHOPAEDIC CENTER , Serving N.E. South Dakota and Western Minnesota for 13 years Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Hospital. Call Lori Larson at 1-320-839-2502 for an appointment. WE NOW ACCEPT MEDICARE ASSIGNMENT (6o5) -=s3o or 1-800-658-4763 Mallard Polnte Business Park :ARS AGO e 1, 1989 !f OWnership has ective June 1st, a Thomas have er Meat Market 'in Bender. Dale :at manager at Owl for many 'Ynne was named the Year at the ,0ol for 1989-90.  Chiropractic eying to the building this eg Purchased the received an ting sales Bike was hon- .k by the Health 's. Ted Curry of ae parents of a .Re Ortonville 25 YEARS AGO May 29, 1974 Ortonville's all new swim- ming pool will be open soon. Official dedication of the pool will take place during the Centennial. One hundred and five stu- dents will graduate from the Ortonville High School Thursday, May 31st. Dr. Wendell Jahnke, former teach- er in Ortonville will give the address. Elwood Throndrud, President of the Northwestern State Bank of Ortonville, has been nominated to the office of Treasurer of the MBA. Neighbors held a plowing and discing bee Friday at the Clarence Helgeson farm. Ordean Moen and Jean Nelson were elected to three year terms on the Ortonville School Board. 50 YEARS AGO June 16, 1949 Andy Erickson has news Pillatzki and friends at an home on Saturday honor of their High School Lay Queen of Rademacher of May land Larson and ark Larson spent home of Rev. and 'n and family in eher and Angle Rademacher, residents at St. n Milbank on of Rapid at the Tom Kirchberg of ;day, May 20 at the M.J. visited Regine in St. 16. Ln Millerbernd attended the illerbernd and Catholic May on Sunday, With Sister M. Regine Millerbernd at St. Scholastic Home in St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke, Alan and Brenda visited and had noon lunch with Angela Kasuske in Avon and attended the wedding of their nephew David Werlinger and Kerry Lowin at Long Prairie on Saturday, afternoon, May 22. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher and family were among guests at the Matt, Henrich home in Milbank on Saturday evening, May 22 in honor of their son Luke's graduation from Milbank High School. Sunday afternoon, May 23 visitors at the Bud Radermacher home were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Radermacher, Mrs. Charlie Radermacher of Ortonville, Lynn Spanier and granddaughter Akeelah of St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Volkenant visited Mrs. Cecelia Paul at her home in Ortonville on Friday afternoon. PARTY HARDY GRADS A&E lst! Family Brock Tatge 123 NW 2nd St. Ortonvllle, MN 320-839-2965 resigned from the position of Municipal Judge which he has held for the past seven years. Annual Red Cross swim- ming lessons will begin Friday at the Ortonville Beach. Swimming instructor is Jim Kiernat. A group of 14 electricians pitched in on the model wiring project at the proposed Victoria Covenant Home for Boys near Long Tom Lake. Victor C.F. Johnson donated his farm for the proposed Boys Home. Karol Ann Bruins and Richard Bergstedt were united in marriage Friday by Rev. William Hull at the First May 30, 1929 A class of 34 will graduate from Ortonville High School on Friday evening. Exercises will be held at the Orpheum Theater. The fourteenth annual pic- nic of the Artichoke Lake Band will be held Sunday, June 2nd, at the Jens Christensen picnic grounds on the east shore of Artichoke Lake. The Odessa-Bellingham camp meeting will be held June 6-16. A boy, Richard Martin, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Schoen of Ortonville at Milbank. This column sponsored in part by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Volkenant visited residents at Northridge on Sunday afternoon, May 23. Jay and Myra Mielitz of rural Big Stone City are proud parents of a daughter Caryssa Erin born on Friday, May 7, 1999 at the Ortonville Hospital. She weighed 9 lbs. 9 oz. and was 21 inches long. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, Glen Ketchum of Ortonville, Marilynn Mielitz and the late Donald Mielitz of rural Bellingham. Caryssa is welcomed home by Ryan, Kayla, Jessica and Tiffany. Weekend guests at the Edward Karels home were Brian Karels of Montevideo, and Mr. and Mrs: Ashley Bruns and Erin of Watertown, SD. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Dagel of St. Joseph, MO and his mother Charlotte Dagel of Watertown, SD, were Sunday afternoon, May 23 visitors at the Manfred Krakow home. Mr. and Mrs. Wiilard Karels, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spurs and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg, Mr. and Mrs. Don Stolpman were among folks that helped. Alphonse Schmieg observe Gus' 83rd birthday at his home on Your farm or ranch ie your livelihood. Count, on American Family to work as hard as you do t,o protect, it,. Call today. (320) 839°3820 o o e o • Hwy. 75 Noah Ortonville, MN 56278 .J Sunday afternoon, May 23, 1999. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd spent the weekend in the Cities and attended their daughter Debbie's wedding to Derek Jones at St. Mark's Catholic Church in St. Paul on Saturday, May 22, 1999. They also visited his sister Sister M. Regine at St. Scholastic Nursing Home in St. Cloud on Monday, May 24. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Nelson and family of Glencoe, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavelko and family of Worthington, Keith Pillatzki of Halleck, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Moser and family, Rapid City, SD spent the weekend at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pillatzki and were among relatives that attended the graduation reception for Michelle Pillatzki at the Tom Pillatzki home on Saturday Watertown, SD Imagine a ii i Hail Insurance Provider Who Understands...  The.d!fficult crop production ' decusnons you have made in 1999. M HELP WANTED AVON PRODUCTS Start your own business. Work flexible hours. Enjoy unlimited earnings. Call toll- free 888/942-4053. FRIENDLY TOYS & GIFTS Has openings forparty demonstrators & managersl Home decor, gifts, toys, Chnst- mas. Earn cash, trips, recognition. Free catalog, information 800/488-4875. COUPLES/HOMEMAKERS Live-in with nice families in beautiful homes. Duties include cleaning, laundry, maintenance and yard care. 614/839-4357. Excellent salaries. Professional Domestic Services. www.professionaldomestics.com. HIGH SCHOOL GRADS Trainees wanted. Ages 17-34. We pay you whileyou learn technical skills. Open- !ntis in many fields. Good starting salary. No experience necessary. Paid reloca- tion. Cash bonus $3,000. For local phone interview call 800/247-0507. M AUCTION LOG HOME AUCTION Minneapolis, MN - Sat., June 26th. 24 new log home packages to be offered, 1 abso- lute to the highest bidder. May take deliv- ery within one year. Packages include: logs, roofing, rafters, windows, doors, trusses, etc. Call for auction Info: Old- Timer Log Homes, 800/766-9474. • WANTED TO BUY BUYING MOTORCYCLES "84 or newer. Immediatepickup. Call now 888/428-6533. Dave at Cycle City.  The energy and resources , you will commit to produce a good crop. "" -[e will dedicate our resources to help V v you protect your crop. Call a Farm Credit Services Loan Officer or Insurance Specialist today. Together, we can rise to the challenge. Kathy Behrens Tim Hanson Warren Schoenherr Graceville, MN • 112 E. St. Paul Ave. (320) 748-7294 or (800) 450-7294 00.00Farm Credit Ser#ces the heart of a growing America. www.farmcredit.com i I I TA TE WIDE I s • BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES • POOLS POOL DISTRIBUTOR Must sell entire inventory of remaining 1998 pools. ( 19' X 31' O.D.) with sundeck, fence & tilter only $929. 100% financing! Installation arranged! Call now[ 800/852- 7946. Limited area. • STEEL BUILDINGS STEEL BUILDINGS Sale: 5,000+ sizes. 40x60x14, $8,644; 50x75x14, $11,796; 50x 100x16, $15,888; 60x100x16, $17,745. Mini-storage buildings, 40x160, 32 units, $16,914. Free brochures. www.senttnelbuildings.com. Sentinel Buildings, 800/327-0790, extension 79. $20-$40 PER HOUR Easy dental billing. Full training. Computer required. 800/223-1149, ext. 425. AREA SNACK ROUTE $63,000/year(reafistic). 33 accounts to start. No selling. $4,750 required. 800/261-6601 (24 hours). LOVE BASKETS And home decorating? $20/hr. Guaran- teed selling gorgeous baskets, linens, Vic- todan/Countrydecor. No inventoryor deliv- ery. Flexible hours. Contact: DanceR, Manager. Call toll free 877/212-3829. • AUTO 1998 WlNDSTARS $14,975 1997 Explorers $15,975; 1997 F150 4X4 Supercabs $16,975. Save thousands, wholesale, low miles, loaded. Ford credit lease returns, full factory warranty. Dennis 204/857-7794 evenings. • TANNING AMAZINGLY LOW PRICES WOLFF TANNING BEDS, Buy Factory Direct. Excellent Service, Flexible Financing Available. Home/Commemial Units. FREE Color Catalog. Call Today 800/842-1310. • FINANCIAL I!GET OUT OF DEBT FREEll Credit Counseling Centers of America. Stop collector calls. Lower payments & interest. Free debt consolidation. Non-profit (mem- ber NFCC). 8771936-2222 toll-free. $OVERDUE BILLS$111 Credit problems? Consolidate debtsl Same day approval. Cut monthly payments to 50%. Become debt free. No application fees! 8001863-9006, ext. 878. www.help- pay-bills.com. NOW IS THE TIME To refinance... Lower your monthly pay- meats. Pay off high rate credit cards. Get cash for any reason. Call toll free 888/460- 6846. Mortgage Plus Equity & Loan Corp. Licensed Mortgage Bank, Minnesota Bank- ing Department. "NEED CASH?" Are you receiving payments on propert you have sold? We'll purchase your Cor tract for Deed. All or partial. Prompt clos ing. GAMC, 888/222-8188. "HOMEOWNERS" Use equity in home. Cash fast for an, reasont All creditwelcome. Past bankmpi. cies ok. 800/849-6343. Mortgage America Bloomington, MN. Call for free analysis. • HELP WANTED - DRIVERS DRIVER Hiring experienced & inexperienced driP. ers, owner operators, teams. CDL training; available! We pay up to 5 years f )r expa. rienced driversl Swift Transportal on 800, 284-8785. (Bee/m4) DRIVER BUD MEYER TRUCK LINES Refngerated hauling. *$1,000 sign-on bo- nus for exp. co. drivers. *Solo ddvars start up to 33’. Solo drivers & contractors call toll free: 877/283-6393. Graduate students: 800/338-6428. DRIVERS-MARTEN TRANSPORT *Another pay increase. "OTR *Drive more miles. *Co. pd. lumpers. *Up to 38’ par mile. Ca11800/395-3331. www.marten.com. 2X2 DISPLAY ADS Minnesota 2X2 Display Advertising Network Place your display ed in over 260 newspa pets for on!y $1200 Call your local newspa per or me Minnesota Newspaper Associa tieR for more information. • FOR SALE SHOP 'TIL YOU DROP At up to 90% off retail. Name brands manu- facturer direct. Wholesale buying member- ships. Less than $1.00 per week. 826/321 - 9817. SAWMILL $3795 Saws logs into boards, planks, beams. Large capacity. Best sawmill values anywhere. Free information. Norwood Sawmills, 250 Sonwil Dave, #252, Buffalo, NY 14225. 800/ 578-1363. • NOTICES WE NEED 87 overweight people who want to lose up to 30pouods in 30 days. Call toll free 877/729- 1288. ID #24999. 1999 INDEPENDENT Page 7 ! ,d days in the Ortonville area d i / i ^ IL MOMENTS OF THE ORPHEUM THEATER That's when this Independent photo was taken, theater,s marquee coming down. The theater was located just across from the present Otel building. Photo was taken in the late 1980s. DOWN MEMORY'S LANE Congregational Church. Evelyn Pomerenke and Wesley Gearman were married May 28 at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Clinton. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Beaty of Ortonville, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schneck of Milbank, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Novak of Big Stone City, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Engebretson of Ortonville and a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Madsen of Ortonville. 70 YEARS AGO afternoon, May 22 and Laura Montag at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Larry Montag on Sunday afternoon, May 23, 1999 at their home on Big Stone Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sis attended the wedding of Debbie Millerbernd and Derek Jones at St. Mark's Catholic Church in St. Paul Saturday, May 22, 1999. Their children Kelli and Alex stayed with their aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Ken Weber in Edina. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Karels were Sunday, May 23 afternoon visitors at the Lawrence Reiffenberger home in Watertown. Mrs. Lawrence Millerbernd spent Tuesday until Thursday, May 20 at the Larry Weiderhoeft home in New Ulm and also visited with the Tom Schwarz and Lyle Fischer families. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Millerbernd attended the wedding of their niece Debbie Miilerbernd and Derek Jones at St. Mark's Catholic Church in St. Paul on Saturday, May 22. On Sunday, May 23 they visited with Sister M. Regine at St. Scholastica Nursing Home in St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Karels, Blaine and Kayla of Breckenridge and Scott Karels of Ortonville spent Saturday and Sunday at the Raymond Karels home. John Paul and Monica Adelman drove to Jacksonville, FL last week to visit at the home of their sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Pastika. Monica plans to spend the summer in Florida and John Paul returned home by plane on Tuesday, May 25, 1999. NORTHEAST ORTHOPAEDIC CENTER , Serving N.E. South Dakota and Western Minnesota for 13 years Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Hospital. Call Lori Larson at 1-320-839-2502 for an appointment. WE NOW ACCEPT MEDICARE ASSIGNMENT (6o5) -=s3o or 1-800-658-4763 Mallard Polnte Business Park :ARS AGO e 1, 1989 !f OWnership has ective June 1st, a Thomas have er Meat Market 'in Bender. Dale :at manager at Owl for many 'Ynne was named the Year at the ,0ol for 1989-90.  Chiropractic eying to the building this eg Purchased the received an ting sales Bike was hon- .k by the Health 's. Ted Curry of ae parents of a .Re Ortonville 25 YEARS AGO May 29, 1974 Ortonville's all new swim- ming pool will be open soon. Official dedication of the pool will take place during the Centennial. One hundred and five stu- dents will graduate from the Ortonville High School Thursday, May 31st. Dr. Wendell Jahnke, former teach- er in Ortonville will give the address. Elwood Throndrud, President of the Northwestern State Bank of Ortonville, has been nominated to the office of Treasurer of the MBA. Neighbors held a plowing and discing bee Friday at the Clarence Helgeson farm. Ordean Moen and Jean Nelson were elected to three year terms on the Ortonville School Board. 50 YEARS AGO June 16, 1949 Andy Erickson has news Pillatzki and friends at an home on Saturday honor of their High School Lay Queen of Rademacher of May land Larson and ark Larson spent home of Rev. and 'n and family in eher and Angle Rademacher, residents at St. n Milbank on of Rapid at the Tom Kirchberg of ;day, May 20 at the M.J. visited Regine in St. 16. Ln Millerbernd attended the illerbernd and Catholic May on Sunday, With Sister M. Regine Millerbernd at St. Scholastic Home in St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke, Alan and Brenda visited and had noon lunch with Angela Kasuske in Avon and attended the wedding of their nephew David Werlinger and Kerry Lowin at Long Prairie on Saturday, afternoon, May 22. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher and family were among guests at the Matt, Henrich home in Milbank on Saturday evening, May 22 in honor of their son Luke's graduation from Milbank High School. Sunday afternoon, May 23 visitors at the Bud Radermacher home were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Radermacher, Mrs. Charlie Radermacher of Ortonville, Lynn Spanier and granddaughter Akeelah of St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Volkenant visited Mrs. Cecelia Paul at her home in Ortonville on Friday afternoon. PARTY HARDY GRADS A&E lst! Family Brock Tatge 123 NW 2nd St. Ortonvllle, MN 320-839-2965 resigned from the position of Municipal Judge which he has held for the past seven years. Annual Red Cross swim- ming lessons will begin Friday at the Ortonville Beach. Swimming instructor is Jim Kiernat. A group of 14 electricians pitched in on the model wiring project at the proposed Victoria Covenant Home for Boys near Long Tom Lake. Victor C.F. Johnson donated his farm for the proposed Boys Home. Karol Ann Bruins and Richard Bergstedt were united in marriage Friday by Rev. William Hull at the First May 30, 1929 A class of 34 will graduate from Ortonville High School on Friday evening. Exercises will be held at the Orpheum Theater. The fourteenth annual pic- nic of the Artichoke Lake Band will be held Sunday, June 2nd, at the Jens Christensen picnic grounds on the east shore of Artichoke Lake. The Odessa-Bellingham camp meeting will be held June 6-16. A boy, Richard Martin, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Schoen of Ortonville at Milbank. This column sponsored in part by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Volkenant visited residents at Northridge on Sunday afternoon, May 23. Jay and Myra Mielitz of rural Big Stone City are proud parents of a daughter Caryssa Erin born on Friday, May 7, 1999 at the Ortonville Hospital. She weighed 9 lbs. 9 oz. and was 21 inches long. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, Glen Ketchum of Ortonville, Marilynn Mielitz and the late Donald Mielitz of rural Bellingham. Caryssa is welcomed home by Ryan, Kayla, Jessica and Tiffany. Weekend guests at the Edward Karels home were Brian Karels of Montevideo, and Mr. and Mrs: Ashley Bruns and Erin of Watertown, SD. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Dagel of St. Joseph, MO and his mother Charlotte Dagel of Watertown, SD, were Sunday afternoon, May 23 visitors at the Manfred Krakow home. Mr. and Mrs. Wiilard Karels, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spurs and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg, Mr. and Mrs. Don Stolpman were among folks that helped. Alphonse Schmieg observe Gus' 83rd birthday at his home on Your farm or ranch ie your livelihood. Count, on American Family to work as hard as you do t,o protect, it,. Call today. (320) 839°3820 o o e o • Hwy. 75 Noah Ortonville, MN 56278 .J Sunday afternoon, May 23, 1999. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Millerbernd spent the weekend in the Cities and attended their daughter Debbie's wedding to Derek Jones at St. Mark's Catholic Church in St. Paul on Saturday, May 22, 1999. They also visited his sister Sister M. Regine at St. Scholastic Nursing Home in St. Cloud on Monday, May 24. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Nelson and family of Glencoe, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavelko and family of Worthington, Keith Pillatzki of Halleck, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Moser and family, Rapid City, SD spent the weekend at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pillatzki and were among relatives that attended the graduation reception for Michelle Pillatzki at the Tom Pillatzki home on Saturday Watertown, SD Imagine a ii i Hail Insurance Provider Who Understands...  The.d!fficult crop production ' decusnons you have made in 1999. M HELP WANTED AVON PRODUCTS Start your own business. Work flexible hours. Enjoy unlimited earnings. Call toll- free 888/942-4053. FRIENDLY TOYS & GIFTS Has openings forparty demonstrators & managersl Home decor, gifts, toys, Chnst- mas. Earn cash, trips, recognition. Free catalog, information 800/488-4875. COUPLES/HOMEMAKERS Live-in with nice families in beautiful homes. Duties include cleaning, laundry, maintenance and yard care. 614/839-4357. Excellent salaries. Professional Domestic Services. www.professionaldomestics.com. HIGH SCHOOL GRADS Trainees wanted. Ages 17-34. We pay you whileyou learn technical skills. Open- !ntis in many fields. Good starting salary. No experience necessary. Paid reloca- tion. Cash bonus $3,000. For local phone interview call 800/247-0507. M AUCTION LOG HOME AUCTION Minneapolis, MN - Sat., June 26th. 24 new log home packages to be offered, 1 abso- lute to the highest bidder. May take deliv- ery within one year. Packages include: logs, roofing, rafters, windows, doors, trusses, etc. Call for auction Info: Old- Timer Log Homes, 800/766-9474. • WANTED TO BUY BUYING MOTORCYCLES "84 or newer. Immediatepickup. Call now 888/428-6533. Dave at Cycle City.  The energy and resources , you will commit to produce a good crop. "" -[e will dedicate our resources to help V v you protect your crop. Call a Farm Credit Services Loan Officer or Insurance Specialist today. Together, we can rise to the challenge. Kathy Behrens Tim Hanson Warren Schoenherr Graceville, MN • 112 E. St. Paul Ave. (320) 748-7294 or (800) 450-7294 00.00Farm Credit Ser#ces the heart of a growing America. www.farmcredit.com i I I TA TE WIDE I s • BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES • POOLS POOL DISTRIBUTOR Must sell entire inventory of remaining 1998 pools. ( 19' X 31' O.D.) with sundeck, fence & tilter only $929. 100% financing! Installation arranged! Call now[ 800/852- 7946. Limited area. • STEEL BUILDINGS STEEL BUILDINGS Sale: 5,000+ sizes. 40x60x14, $8,644; 50x75x14, $11,796; 50x 100x16, $15,888; 60x100x16, $17,745. Mini-storage buildings, 40x160, 32 units, $16,914. Free brochures. www.senttnelbuildings.com. Sentinel Buildings, 800/327-0790, extension 79. $20-$40 PER HOUR Easy dental billing. Full training. Computer required. 800/223-1149, ext. 425. AREA SNACK ROUTE $63,000/year(reafistic). 33 accounts to start. No selling. $4,750 required. 800/261-6601 (24 hours). LOVE BASKETS And home decorating? $20/hr. Guaran- teed selling gorgeous baskets, linens, Vic- todan/Countrydecor. No inventoryor deliv- ery. Flexible hours. Contact: DanceR, Manager. Call toll free 877/212-3829. • AUTO 1998 WlNDSTARS $14,975 1997 Explorers $15,975; 1997 F150 4X4 Supercabs $16,975. Save thousands, wholesale, low miles, loaded. Ford credit lease returns, full factory warranty. Dennis 204/857-7794 evenings. • TANNING AMAZINGLY LOW PRICES WOLFF TANNING BEDS, Buy Factory Direct. Excellent Service, Flexible Financing Available. Home/Commemial Units. FREE Color Catalog. Call Today 800/842-1310. • FINANCIAL I!GET OUT OF DEBT FREEll Credit Counseling Centers of America. Stop collector calls. Lower payments & interest. Free debt consolidation. Non-profit (mem- ber NFCC). 8771936-2222 toll-free. $OVERDUE BILLS$111 Credit problems? Consolidate debtsl Same day approval. Cut monthly payments to 50%. Become debt free. No application fees! 8001863-9006, ext. 878. www.help- pay-bills.com. NOW IS THE TIME To refinance... Lower your monthly pay- meats. Pay off high rate credit cards. Get cash for any reason. Call toll free 888/460- 6846. Mortgage Plus Equity & Loan Corp. Licensed Mortgage Bank, Minnesota Bank- ing Department. "NEED CASH?" Are you receiving payments on propert you have sold? We'll purchase your Cor tract for Deed. All or partial. Prompt clos ing. GAMC, 888/222-8188. "HOMEOWNERS" Use equity in home. Cash fast for an, reasont All creditwelcome. Past bankmpi. cies ok. 800/849-6343. Mortgage America Bloomington, MN. Call for free analysis. • HELP WANTED - DRIVERS DRIVER Hiring experienced & inexperienced driP. ers, owner operators, teams. CDL training; available! We pay up to 5 years f )r expa. rienced driversl Swift Transportal on 800, 284-8785. (Bee/m4) DRIVER BUD MEYER TRUCK LINES Refngerated hauling. *$1,000 sign-on bo- nus for exp. co. drivers. *Solo ddvars start up to 33’. Solo drivers & contractors call toll free: 877/283-6393. Graduate students: 800/338-6428. DRIVERS-MARTEN TRANSPORT *Another pay increase. "OTR *Drive more miles. *Co. pd. lumpers. *Up to 38’ par mile. Ca11800/395-3331. www.marten.com. 2X2 DISPLAY ADS Minnesota 2X2 Display Advertising Network Place your display ed in over 260 newspa pets for on!y $1200 Call your local newspa per or me Minnesota Newspaper Associa tieR for more information. • FOR SALE SHOP 'TIL YOU DROP At up to 90% off retail. Name brands manu- facturer direct. Wholesale buying member- ships. Less than $1.00 per week. 826/321 - 9817. SAWMILL $3795 Saws logs into boards, planks, beams. Large capacity. Best sawmill values anywhere. Free information. Norwood Sawmills, 250 Sonwil Dave, #252, Buffalo, NY 14225. 800/ 578-1363. • NOTICES WE NEED 87 overweight people who want to lose up to 30pouods in 30 days. Call toll free 877/729- 1288. ID #24999. 1999 INDEPENDENT Page 7