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old days in the Ortonville area ......... , :: :,% IECT NEAR ORTONVILLE was the caption on this Independent photo which appeared in History Book, authored by Gov. Theodore Christianson (a three-time governor) in the year see crews breaking ground in the fall of 1934 for the diversion of the Whetstone River into Big submitted by Ortonville's Warren Schoen. AGO 1993 County Dave accepted a Sherburne Department. soloists and Contest entrants the state contest Marshall. They Superior ratings. entrants received good ratings. Girls state repre- chosen at School Slade Barnhardt City, Jason Hanson and Sandy elegate. are Jeff er and Renae Wollschlager This column sponsored in part by 0Rro,v.t,00 Sro,00 Ortonville, MN 320-839-6163 For All Your Rock Needs! ;O 1978 aSter and John employed at Municipal Hospital since March 1st. Foster is the Financial manag- er of the Hospital and Northridge residence and Sovell is the hospital anes- thetist. Cutworm infestation has been widely reported through- out Minnesota's corn growing area. A young deer came into town and jumped through the front window of Oakes Coast To Coast store Monday evening. The deer was found in the back of the store. Violet Griepp was hired as a sixth grade teacher and prin- cipal at the Big Stone school. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Homan of Ortonville are the parents of a son born May 25. 50 YEARS AGO June 18, 1953 Farmers Union Oil Co. declared a dividend at the tenth annual meeting of the group. Members of the board of directors are G. A. Griffith, Edwin Storm. H.A. Roelke, F.G. Schmidt and Oliver Benson. Ortonville was named The Convention City by the Dentist group that met here on June 12 and 13. Rev. A. Edward Peterson left Wed. to attend the Kiwanis convention in New York City. LaVonne Adelman and Conrad Schuelke were mar- ried June 9 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Rosen. Marjorie Peterson and Stanley Lindholm were mar- ried June 8th in Upsala. LaVonne Koehntopp and Dallas Lynn Gloege were mar- ried June 5 at the Yellowbank DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The Ortonville Independent E.U.B. Church. Carol Oestreich and Roger Bombeck were married June 7 at the Methodist Church in Ortonville. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Roeder of Ortonville, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Rex Boots of Odessa, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Robert McHone of Ortonville and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Schnaser of Big Stone City. 70 YEARS AGO June 1, 1933 Forty three will receive their High School diplomas Friday from the Ortonville High School at the Orpheum Theater. Mr. and Mrs. Sivert Simonson observed their 50th wedding anniversary May 28 at the Eidskog Lutheran Church. Beginning June 10, camp- fires will be gleaming on Manhatten Island on Big Stone Lake. Camping season ends Aug. 17th. C.L. Peterson of Randolph, S.D. has purchased the Dunn Coffee Shop and took immedi- ate possession. riam ' of one to go out 3he sister. They to me, but as a makes it arned a lot tired , .a.. around you ; with Me. all saw all your pain beating. e pain best. ial prayer for me: I felt although he all are so very way. One day your eternal you. Karels IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Onalee Bruns. You really have been like a real mother to all of us here at Lakeside Apartments. We all cried and prayed so hard for you when all you had was three to six weeks to live. You went at three weeks .and some days it was so hard to see you in great pain. God saw that you were getting so tired and weak. We all knew there would not be a cure. So God just put His arms around her and whispered come with Me. With tearful eyes we all saw God take awayall her suffer- ing and pain. I know God must have heard all of our prayers for Onalee. I felt the answer in my heart although he spoke not a word. But it was for Onalee's loving care and just being near her. We all had lots of faith. We all miss you Onalee. We're sure all your family will also. So grateful to have you as all of our friend. God bless you. Some day we will seeyou in heaven. Your special friend, 19-1 Irene Ethel Karels to the editor May 20-23, Historical annual this four day children and event with school has a lot to be children who tage Week were ler students and attentive to the instructors and "Village Residents" and were well prepared for their visit. Ortonville Public School teachers have,done a wonderful job in teaching your children about their heritage. Your school system and community can indeed be proud of your students. Sincerely, Chippewa County Historical Society June Lynne Executive Director Schmieg named to ATC deans list Alexandria Technical College, announces those full-time students who have achieved at least a 3.5 grade point average for spring semester. Named to the Dean's List from this area is Blake Schmieg of Big Stone City, SD. Cards of thanks CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank the General Services store of Ortonville for the X- Box I won at their open house. We welcome you to Ortonville and wish you the very best. (P.S. - This gift made one young man very happy. Thanks.) 19-1 LaVonne Beachem CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our sin- cere gratitude for the prayers, visits, cards and flowers bestowed upon Fr. Agdus Karels and his family. Thank you to Ft. Bob Goblirsch and his ded- ication to Fr. Agdus and for his help in planning the beautiful funeral ser- vice. Thank you to all the clergy who came to help celebrate the mass in honor of his priesthood, especially Bishop Niedstadt. Thanks to the choir members, musicians and mass servers. The wonderful meal is a credit to the ladies who planned, pre- pared and served it, thank you. A spe- cial thank you to the Ortonville Hospital staff and the Northridge nursing gtaff for all the love and care given to Fr. Agdus during his time there. Thank you to the Larson Funeral Home, especially to Isaiah Longnecker for his patient and dedi- cated service to our family. May all of God's blessings be yours. 19-1 Father Agdus Karels Family CARD OF THANKS Thanks so much to everyone who attended my birthday open house. I would like to thank for all the beauti- ful cards, messages and gifts I received. Thank you to Pastor Gravley for his part in the program. Thank you also to the ladies who worked in the kitchen, to those who served th e lunch, and to all who took part in any way. A big thank you to Donna Christiansen, Jeanne Berg, Edyth Gravley and Ivadel Robertson for organizing my party. You all made my day such a memorable onet May the Lord bless you. 19-1 Esther Mullins This Week's Special... Any Remnant 12x12 or smaller ................. 50% Off In-Stock Wood Flooring Reg $7.49 ........ *4.50 sq. ft. In-Stock Laminate Flooring Reg $3.85..$1.94 s ft. Ceramic Tile l,-Stok ................ $1.50-*2.00 sq ft. Any In-Stock Carpet or Vinyl..*2.00 Off p ya Hours - Call for Appointment WOOD'S FLOORING Ortonville, MN Rosen news Markets No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.70 Soybeans ............................ 5.87 Corn ................................... 2.22 June 3, 2002 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.11 Soybeans ........................... 4.69 Corn ................................... 1.80 By Mrs. M,J. Kirchberg Memorial Day dinner and afternoon guests at the Jerry Adelman home were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Adelman and family, Keith Adelman and girls of Graceville, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Wilkening and family of rural Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Adelman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schwarze and sons of New Ulm were Memorial weekend guests at the home of her parents Lawrence Millerbernds. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Weiderhoeft and family of Madelia were Saturday and Sunday guests Mrs. John Adelman spent Sunday, May 18 till Wednesday, May 21st at the Patrick Rickter home at Bismarck, ND and attended the baptism of their son James Joseph on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schmieg, Mrs. Myra Schmieg, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg and Gene Schmieg and Irene Karels were early Friday evening, May 23 visitors at the Alphonse Schmieg home in Big Stone and enjoyed birthday cake for his 87th birthday. Memorial weekend guests at the home of Mrs. Almira Karels were Mr. and Mrs. John Karels of Fargo, Eileen Karels of Fergus Falls, Andy Karels of Burnsville. Additional Sunday, May 25 potluck dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Karels and Paul, Mr: and Mrs. Gene Pillatzke of Rural Nassau their daughter Mrs. Curtis Stewart and Heidi of Burnsville, Mr. and Mrs. Fran Karels and Robbie. Mrs. Myra Schmieg was among Sunday, May 25 dinner and afternoon guests at the Tim Stengel home in rural Milbank. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher and family were among Monday, May 26 afternoon guests at the John Plathe home in honor of their daughters Lindsay and Allison's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hoffman and sons of Red Wing spent Memorial weekend at the Hoffman farm. Jerry Rademacher and sons, Mason and Alex of Sauk Rapids were Memorial weekend visitors at the home of his - parents Tom Rademachers. Mrs. MarCy Trombley of Minnetonka slbent Monday, May 26 till Wednesday at the M.J. Kirchberg home and was among relatives that II Illll I II Minnesota. Some things are distinctly Minnesotan -- like Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, recognized for delivering quality health care plans for nearly 20 years. That's why more MinnesOtans choose Blue Cross than a other plan. Call me for individual or group plans or plans that work with Medicare. Tom Oakes Agent 40 NW 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-2118 or 800-630-4978 /duwi=' ,epea,' qFm  Cam d =t  Mmntua= ii ii iiii BlueCross BlueShield of Minnesota I i 00401000S North Hwy. 75 Ortonville, MN 56278 (next to EconoLodge) I I I I II 2001 Buick Century Custom Air, Tilt, Cruise, Power Windows & Locks, Power Seat, Silver, 60,000 Miles JUST IN 1 I I I I I III I I TOM WOOD 320-839-2469 800-987-3424 attended the funeral of Rev. Agdus Karels at St. John's Catholic Church in Ortonville on Wednesday, May 28. Mrs. Julie Henrich attended the baptism of her great grandson Micah Johnson at St. John's Church on Sunday, May 25 and was among guests at the John Henrich home in honor of their son's baptism. Memorial weekend visitors at the Jim Croatt home were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Croatt and family of Chaska, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Croatt and Joey of Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Karels attended the wedding of Marty Kelzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kelzer of Ortonville and Kim Langeschlag at Divine Mercy Church in Faribault on Saturday, May 24, 2003. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brehmer were Sunday evening, May 25 visitors at the Mike Kirchberg home. Mrs. Marcy Trombley of Minnetonka, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nelson of Madison, Mrs. Dave Mork and Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg were Tuesday evening, May 27 visitors at the Wayne Brehmer home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke were Tuesday evening, May 27 visitors at the Wade Van Dover home in Big Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Karels attended pre-school graduation of their grandson Anthony Rodas in Alexandria on Monday, May 19, 2003. Mrs. Paul Volkenant, Kristi and Janelle spent Thursday, May 15 till Tuesday, May 20 in Nashville, TN and were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Aahre. They attended the High School graduation of their son Jacob on Friday, May 16, 2003. Jacob is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Volkenant. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Salmen and family were Memorial weekend guests at the Dennis Rademacher home and attended the High School Graduation at Lac qui Parle School and were among guests at the David Bergeson home on Sunday afternoon, May 25 in honor of their daughter Kayla's graduation. Doris LaBouc, Germain Senkbeil and Bill Gloege were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Harold Strei home. Seth Weddi.. Anniversanv Open House for " Jerry & Alma Joenson June 13, 2003 5 PM Social Hour, 6 PM Meal, 7 PM Dance with music by tt Moonlighters mG STONE AMEmCAN rEGION Everyone is welcome! No gifts please. ....... I , , IH rllll II Carl Dustin today at . 320-839-3333 Res. 320-839-3327 ff Dustin doesn't have the car you want, he'll order it for you. MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROMI '97 Chrysler Sebring LXi CD & Cassette, Power Seat, Power Moon Roof, Leather, 51,000 Miles SHARP CAR - JUST iN I f I J 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 5 old days in the Ortonville area ......... , :: :,% IECT NEAR ORTONVILLE was the caption on this Independent photo which appeared in History Book, authored by Gov. Theodore Christianson (a three-time governor) in the year see crews breaking ground in the fall of 1934 for the diversion of the Whetstone River into Big submitted by Ortonville's Warren Schoen. AGO 1993 County Dave accepted a Sherburne Department. soloists and Contest entrants the state contest Marshall. They Superior ratings. entrants received good ratings. Girls state repre- chosen at School Slade Barnhardt City, Jason Hanson and Sandy elegate. are Jeff er and Renae Wollschlager This column sponsored in part by 0Rro,v.t,00 Sro,00 Ortonville, MN 320-839-6163 For All Your Rock Needs! ;O 1978 aSter and John employed at Municipal Hospital since March 1st. Foster is the Financial manag- er of the Hospital and Northridge residence and Sovell is the hospital anes- thetist. Cutworm infestation has been widely reported through- out Minnesota's corn growing area. A young deer came into town and jumped through the front window of Oakes Coast To Coast store Monday evening. The deer was found in the back of the store. Violet Griepp was hired as a sixth grade teacher and prin- cipal at the Big Stone school. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Homan of Ortonville are the parents of a son born May 25. 50 YEARS AGO June 18, 1953 Farmers Union Oil Co. declared a dividend at the tenth annual meeting of the group. Members of the board of directors are G. A. Griffith, Edwin Storm. H.A. Roelke, F.G. Schmidt and Oliver Benson. Ortonville was named The Convention City by the Dentist group that met here on June 12 and 13. Rev. A. Edward Peterson left Wed. to attend the Kiwanis convention in New York City. LaVonne Adelman and Conrad Schuelke were mar- ried June 9 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Rosen. Marjorie Peterson and Stanley Lindholm were mar- ried June 8th in Upsala. LaVonne Koehntopp and Dallas Lynn Gloege were mar- ried June 5 at the Yellowbank DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The Ortonville Independent E.U.B. Church. Carol Oestreich and Roger Bombeck were married June 7 at the Methodist Church in Ortonville. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Roeder of Ortonville, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Rex Boots of Odessa, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Robert McHone of Ortonville and a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Schnaser of Big Stone City. 70 YEARS AGO June 1, 1933 Forty three will receive their High School diplomas Friday from the Ortonville High School at the Orpheum Theater. Mr. and Mrs. Sivert Simonson observed their 50th wedding anniversary May 28 at the Eidskog Lutheran Church. Beginning June 10, camp- fires will be gleaming on Manhatten Island on Big Stone Lake. Camping season ends Aug. 17th. C.L. Peterson of Randolph, S.D. has purchased the Dunn Coffee Shop and took immedi- ate possession. riam ' of one to go out 3he sister. They to me, but as a makes it arned a lot tired , .a.. around you ; with Me. all saw all your pain beating. e pain best. ial prayer for me: I felt although he all are so very way. One day your eternal you. Karels IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Onalee Bruns. You really have been like a real mother to all of us here at Lakeside Apartments. We all cried and prayed so hard for you when all you had was three to six weeks to live. You went at three weeks .and some days it was so hard to see you in great pain. God saw that you were getting so tired and weak. We all knew there would not be a cure. So God just put His arms around her and whispered come with Me. With tearful eyes we all saw God take awayall her suffer- ing and pain. I know God must have heard all of our prayers for Onalee. I felt the answer in my heart although he spoke not a word. But it was for Onalee's loving care and just being near her. We all had lots of faith. We all miss you Onalee. We're sure all your family will also. So grateful to have you as all of our friend. God bless you. Some day we will seeyou in heaven. Your special friend, 19-1 Irene Ethel Karels to the editor May 20-23, Historical annual this four day children and event with school has a lot to be children who tage Week were ler students and attentive to the instructors and "Village Residents" and were well prepared for their visit. Ortonville Public School teachers have,done a wonderful job in teaching your children about their heritage. Your school system and community can indeed be proud of your students. Sincerely, Chippewa County Historical Society June Lynne Executive Director Schmieg named to ATC deans list Alexandria Technical College, announces those full-time students who have achieved at least a 3.5 grade point average for spring semester. Named to the Dean's List from this area is Blake Schmieg of Big Stone City, SD. Cards of thanks CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank the General Services store of Ortonville for the X- Box I won at their open house. We welcome you to Ortonville and wish you the very best. (P.S. - This gift made one young man very happy. Thanks.) 19-1 LaVonne Beachem CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our sin- cere gratitude for the prayers, visits, cards and flowers bestowed upon Fr. Agdus Karels and his family. Thank you to Ft. Bob Goblirsch and his ded- ication to Fr. Agdus and for his help in planning the beautiful funeral ser- vice. Thank you to all the clergy who came to help celebrate the mass in honor of his priesthood, especially Bishop Niedstadt. Thanks to the choir members, musicians and mass servers. The wonderful meal is a credit to the ladies who planned, pre- pared and served it, thank you. A spe- cial thank you to the Ortonville Hospital staff and the Northridge nursing gtaff for all the love and care given to Fr. Agdus during his time there. Thank you to the Larson Funeral Home, especially to Isaiah Longnecker for his patient and dedi- cated service to our family. May all of God's blessings be yours. 19-1 Father Agdus Karels Family CARD OF THANKS Thanks so much to everyone who attended my birthday open house. I would like to thank for all the beauti- ful cards, messages and gifts I received. Thank you to Pastor Gravley for his part in the program. Thank you also to the ladies who worked in the kitchen, to those who served th e lunch, and to all who took part in any way. A big thank you to Donna Christiansen, Jeanne Berg, Edyth Gravley and Ivadel Robertson for organizing my party. You all made my day such a memorable onet May the Lord bless you. 19-1 Esther Mullins This Week's Special... Any Remnant 12x12 or smaller ................. 50% Off In-Stock Wood Flooring Reg $7.49 ........ *4.50 sq. ft. In-Stock Laminate Flooring Reg $3.85..$1.94 s ft. Ceramic Tile l,-Stok ................ $1.50-*2.00 sq ft. Any In-Stock Carpet or Vinyl..*2.00 Off p ya Hours - Call for Appointment WOOD'S FLOORING Ortonville, MN Rosen news Markets No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.70 Soybeans ............................ 5.87 Corn ................................... 2.22 June 3, 2002 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.11 Soybeans ........................... 4.69 Corn ................................... 1.80 By Mrs. M,J. Kirchberg Memorial Day dinner and afternoon guests at the Jerry Adelman home were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Adelman and family, Keith Adelman and girls of Graceville, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Wilkening and family of rural Appleton, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Adelman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schwarze and sons of New Ulm were Memorial weekend guests at the home of her parents Lawrence Millerbernds. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Weiderhoeft and family of Madelia were Saturday and Sunday guests Mrs. John Adelman spent Sunday, May 18 till Wednesday, May 21st at the Patrick Rickter home at Bismarck, ND and attended the baptism of their son James Joseph on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schmieg, Mrs. Myra Schmieg, Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg and Gene Schmieg and Irene Karels were early Friday evening, May 23 visitors at the Alphonse Schmieg home in Big Stone and enjoyed birthday cake for his 87th birthday. Memorial weekend guests at the home of Mrs. Almira Karels were Mr. and Mrs. John Karels of Fargo, Eileen Karels of Fergus Falls, Andy Karels of Burnsville. Additional Sunday, May 25 potluck dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Karels and Paul, Mr: and Mrs. Gene Pillatzke of Rural Nassau their daughter Mrs. Curtis Stewart and Heidi of Burnsville, Mr. and Mrs. Fran Karels and Robbie. Mrs. Myra Schmieg was among Sunday, May 25 dinner and afternoon guests at the Tim Stengel home in rural Milbank. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Radermacher and family were among Monday, May 26 afternoon guests at the John Plathe home in honor of their daughters Lindsay and Allison's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hoffman and sons of Red Wing spent Memorial weekend at the Hoffman farm. Jerry Rademacher and sons, Mason and Alex of Sauk Rapids were Memorial weekend visitors at the home of his - parents Tom Rademachers. Mrs. MarCy Trombley of Minnetonka slbent Monday, May 26 till Wednesday at the M.J. Kirchberg home and was among relatives that II Illll I II Minnesota. Some things are distinctly Minnesotan -- like Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, recognized for delivering quality health care plans for nearly 20 years. That's why more MinnesOtans choose Blue Cross than a other plan. Call me for individual or group plans or plans that work with Medicare. Tom Oakes Agent 40 NW 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-2118 or 800-630-4978 /duwi=' ,epea,' qFm  Cam d =t  Mmntua= ii ii iiii BlueCross BlueShield of Minnesota I i 00401000S North Hwy. 75 Ortonville, MN 56278 (next to EconoLodge) I I I I II 2001 Buick Century Custom Air, Tilt, Cruise, Power Windows & Locks, Power Seat, Silver, 60,000 Miles JUST IN 1 I I I I I III I I TOM WOOD 320-839-2469 800-987-3424 attended the funeral of Rev. Agdus Karels at St. John's Catholic Church in Ortonville on Wednesday, May 28. Mrs. Julie Henrich attended the baptism of her great grandson Micah Johnson at St. John's Church on Sunday, May 25 and was among guests at the John Henrich home in honor of their son's baptism. Memorial weekend visitors at the Jim Croatt home were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Croatt and family of Chaska, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Croatt and Joey of Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Karels attended the wedding of Marty Kelzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kelzer of Ortonville and Kim Langeschlag at Divine Mercy Church in Faribault on Saturday, May 24, 2003. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brehmer were Sunday evening, May 25 visitors at the Mike Kirchberg home. Mrs. Marcy Trombley of Minnetonka, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nelson of Madison, Mrs. Dave Mork and Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Kirchberg were Tuesday evening, May 27 visitors at the Wayne Brehmer home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuelke were Tuesday evening, May 27 visitors at the Wade Van Dover home in Big Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Karels attended pre-school graduation of their grandson Anthony Rodas in Alexandria on Monday, May 19, 2003. Mrs. Paul Volkenant, Kristi and Janelle spent Thursday, May 15 till Tuesday, May 20 in Nashville, TN and were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Aahre. They attended the High School graduation of their son Jacob on Friday, May 16, 2003. Jacob is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Volkenant. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Salmen and family were Memorial weekend guests at the Dennis Rademacher home and attended the High School Graduation at Lac qui Parle School and were among guests at the David Bergeson home on Sunday afternoon, May 25 in honor of their daughter Kayla's graduation. Doris LaBouc, Germain Senkbeil and Bill Gloege were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Harold Strei home. Seth Weddi.. Anniversanv Open House for " Jerry & Alma Joenson June 13, 2003 5 PM Social Hour, 6 PM Meal, 7 PM Dance with music by tt Moonlighters mG STONE AMEmCAN rEGION Everyone is welcome! No gifts please. ....... I , , IH rllll II Carl Dustin today at . 320-839-3333 Res. 320-839-3327 ff Dustin doesn't have the car you want, he'll order it for you. MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROMI '97 Chrysler Sebring LXi CD & Cassette, Power Seat, Power Moon Roof, Leather, 51,000 Miles SHARP CAR - JUST iN I f I J 2003  INDEPENDENT Page 5