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I Cards of old days in the Ortonville area thanks 3' IT WAS BUT YESTERDAY that this outstanding OHS his thing, either on the basketball court or the see No. 43, Mike Ross, son of Jay and Gloria Ross. metime in the 1980s. AGO 1988 ', was sworn at the Office. He is Mrs. Gaylord the Farmstead Stone Soil & was select- in the state work as a VanLith of Bellingham, formerly Vern's Lumber, are having open house this Friday and Saturday. Virginia Schoon was salut- ed by the Ortonville Area health Services as the employ- ee of the week. 25 YEARS AGO m June 27, 1973 Growth of area small grain has been fantastic. Wheat on the Hanson farm east of Clinton is nearly shoulder high. Rain is still needed for fields planted later. The Big Stone county fair will be held July 6, 7 & 8th at Clinton. Mr, arrd Mrs. Holger Larson were honored on their golden wedding anniversary on June 17th at the Odessa United Methodist Church. A large group of Girl Scouts attended Day Camp on June 18-22. An open house in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bendix was held June 17 at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Ortonville. 50 YEARS AGO July 15, 1948 Dr. A.P. Antroinen, who left his practice in Ortonville about a year ago for govern- ment service in Mexico, has returned to the Big Stone coun- ty seat to resume his practice. The dates for the Ortonville Sweetcorn festival have been set for Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 16 and 17, according to Robert Hasslen, general chair- man. Inez Trebil and Frederick Strombom were married July 10 at the Clinton United Methodist Church. The following births were recorded at the Ortonville Hospital: a boy was born July 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Reeve Macy of South Shore, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Rosenwald of Ortonville on July 9, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Karels of Big Stone City on July 11, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Odden of Chokio on July 13, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Tom DOWN MEMORY'S LANE From the Files of The Or4onville 16deoendent Toner of Ortonville on July 14 and a girl to Mr and Mrs. Orlow Shoquist of Clinton on July 14th. 70 YEARS AGO July 5, 1928 L.M. Kaercher has accept- ed the position as manager of the Empire Elevator in Correll. The position was formerly held by I.C Clapp. Between 900 and 1,000 people attended the dance at the Eahtonka on July 4th. Music was furnished by Milt Malmquist's SodBusters. A wind, rain and electrical storm, the worst of the season, did considerable damage in Otrey, Odessa and Artichoke last Sunday night. want ads Need help with Domestic Abuse? Call 320-839-2331 or 24-Hour Crisis Line 1-800-974-3359 In Memoriam IN MEMORIAM \\; LAKE INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY L -- st Grooming i A Beka Book. - - of Otadoor Runs TextbOoks and Video School 10,, MN r 11 ill/na4?ie0000 nings t 325-5349   sso or mo 30 vending NI for RE 800/227- 3 dtdbutors needed. Im/estment, I Ov 600rand i/Net #543, Give away an no meeikgs. 11-2141 code Average ext. 2875. COLLEGE - offers a one yeer n j. Gradu- al udme for details. COLLEGE - machine tool, Ca, 800/ LAST TIME you E oAr'lis acbes artd : Oil. Free literature NC. day ..pply $29.9S. Call this newspaper for details on placing your ad in this space. I FINANCIAL "CASH" Immediate $$ for structured settlements and deferred insurance daims J.G. Wentworth 888/231-5375. NO DOWNPAYMENT? Problem credit? Own the home you need now, without a b" downpayment Complatefinancing if quali- fied. DeGocrgeHome Alliance: 800/343- 2884. 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I NOTICES VOLUNTEER FAMILIES NEEDED - to host high school exchange students from Europe, Asia, and Americas. Girls, boys. Variety of intarests, hobbies, sports. Call Den 800/736-1760. BROADEN YOUR WORLD with Scan- dinavian, European, Russian, South Ameri- can, Asian high school studts arriving August. Beoome a volunteer host family/ AISE. CallSOO/SIBLING. www.sibling.org. NEEDED - Warm, loving families provid- ( homes to outstanding teenagers from countries for school semest or year. Great fund-raising ideas for churches, schools. PTAs. 888/'/22-6150. M-C.A.N Minne--m Clauifled Ad- vertising Network Place your classified ad in almost 280 newspape for only $219. .Call your  nawspaper or 1"e Minnasota .Ngwspap Assocla=on to lind out moce informatn. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES CARETAKER COUPLE PRIVATE ESTATE Unique opportunity to work on the beautiful Lake Minnetonka estate of a prominentfamily. Part of larger staff. Posi- tioo offers your own new home at waters edge, salaries and benefits. Give detsiled explance with refs to: Box 240, 54 South 9th SVeet, IdinnealX)lis, IdN 55402 CONSTRUCTION WORKERS No exp. necessary. Must be H.S. graduates to age 34. We provide training, good sa and benefits, paid relocation. Call 800/247- 0507. FRIENDLY TOYS & GIFTS has opan- ings for party demonsVators & managersl Home decor, gifts, toys, Christmas. Earn cash, trips, recognition. Free catalog, infor- mation: 800/488-4875. LOOKING FOR THE ADVENTURE of a lifetime? Call Chiidcrest Nanny agency 800/937-6264. Our families offer great .alarie, room/ooard, travel opportunities, and much morel MANAGING EDITORWANTED: Men- aging editor needed for weekly newspaper in tral Nebraska. Writing and pho- tography skills required Some manage- merit skills helpful. Wages and behests negoOatde. Sendresumeto: P.O. Box 145, Ainswoeth, NE 69210. PERSONALS DIVORCE $250; BANKRUPTCY $175" Covars chad custody, visitaton, & support a property diy.io, etc. Only one signature required! Exdudes govt. fees. S002-00. (awn- Spin) l TANNING WOLFF TANNING BED TAN AT HOME. BUY DIRECT AND SAVEI COMMERCIAHOME UNITS FROM $199. LOW MONTHLY PAY- MENTS. FREE COLOR CATALOG. CALL TODAY 800/842-1310. I HELP WANTED DRIVERS DRIVERS... No experienee neeessaryl $..:),000 firstyear earning potential. New pay package! Consistent miles, assigned equipment' job stability, training available. Swift Transixxtaon. 800/284-8785 (eoe- rr. DRIVER - START up to 34e/mile. 85% drop-n-hook. Conventional freightlinars. Wealdy pay. Regional runs available. Con- tractors ask about 88Jmilel Heartland Expeess 800/441-4953. OUT. Marble .ze rlx Ix)t- , bromt rmor bottom, Call 1627 In memory of Vince Taffe, who passed away seven years ago June 19th. OLDE IRISH BLESSING May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face and rains fall soft upon your fields. And until we meet again, may God hold you in the hollow of His hand. Wife and Family of Vince Taffe 20-1 I Markets No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.46 Soybeans ........................... 5.95 Corn ................................... 2.02 June 30, 1997 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.63 Soybeans ........................... 7.37 Corn ................................... 2.04 CARD OF THANKS A special thank you to our chil- dren, grandchildren and all who sent cards, gifts and remembered us on our 50th wedding anniversary. May God bless you all. 22-1 Gerald and Jeanne Cloos CARD OF THANKS, The family of Steve Huizenga would like to thank our family, friends and neighbors for the prayers, love and concern shown to Steve dur- ing his battle against cancer, and for the visits, cards, gifts of food, flowers and memorials following his death. Special thanks to Dr. Beyer and the nursing staff for their tender loving care; to Pastor Hermanson for his words of comfort; to Jerome Goddard and Mark Adolphson for the beautiful music, and to the women of First English for preparing and serving lunch. We would also like to express our gratitude to the MWC Committee for sponsoring the benefit supper and to the drivers and fans at Madison Speedway for the memorials given. His time among us was cut short, but his memory will live on in our hearts forever. Luane, Russell, Scott and Paula Huizenga and families, Janine Folk and Angela Bless and families, Steve Huizenga, Jr. and family, 23-1 Christopher Huizenga CARD OF THANKS The family of Wilbert Brehmer wishes to extend their thanks to rela- tives and friends for their love and concern shown us during the recent loss of our husband, dad and grandpa. Thanks for all the cards, memorials, food and anything you have done for us during this difficult time. A special thank you to Pastor Friedrich for his comforting words and visits. Thank you to the Bellingham First Responders and Madison Ambulance. We kindly appreciate the many acts of kindness and God's blessings to all of you. 22-1 Family of Wilbert Brehmer CARD OF THANKS What a joy it is to receive so many cards, letters, calls and visits. From the bottom of my heart I want to thank the wonderful people of Ortonville. I am deeply touched by your thoughtfulness. Sincerely, 22-1 Robert Knoll CARD OF THANKS A big thank you to the area busi- nesses who so generously donated items towards the big WeFest pack- age that was given away last week. It was a great surprise to hear my name was drawn. Thanks again. 22-1 Tanny Meyer CARD OF THANKS i'd like to thank the Ortonville Ambulance Service, Dr. Delage, Ortonville Hospital and Northside Medical Center for their quick response on May 20, 1998 and for my ongoing after care. A special thanks to my family and friends who helped out by sending cards, flowers and prayers. A huge thanks to the staff of Monarch Heights who covered for me during my illness and to those who donated vacation time to me. A heartfelt thanks goes to my boss Kris Unruh who has been so understand- ing during this long period of illness. I have been blessed with such a won- derful team of co-workers. 22-1 Terri Thoreson CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank the Farmers Elevator Board for hosting the appre- ciation afternoon in honor of my retirement. It was greatly appreciated. Also a very special thank you to Rene6, Jr., Barney, Terry and Lon who made my job a whole lot easier. 22-1 Roger Let us help you achieve the American Dream by owning a home of your own! AG LAND SPECIALISTS REAL ESTATE & APPRAISALS RESIDENTIAL & LAKE PROPERTIES FEHR LAND LTD. Box 156 Big Stone City, SD 57216 Phone 605-862-6112 LEROY P. FEHR President / Broker (320) 392-5563 Agonts >Arlen LaCombe >Carlton Fletcher (ap]mdser) CARD OF THANKS A special thank you goes out to the Odessa Fire Dept. and the help of Bellingham and Madison for responding quickly to our house fire and to the Odess/l' Dept. for staying the night. Thanks to Dorothy and Dale for taking us in that night and the EconoLodge for keeping us for the week. Thanks to Kim and every- one at Cenex for all they have done. A very special thanks to Mary Hillman for everything she has done. Thank you to everyone who has brought food, clothing, household furnishings and donations. This is a wonderful community we live in and everyone has been great with all their support. GOd bless you all, DeWayne and Gloria, Heather, Gabe, Heidi, Tiffany and Samantha Larson. 22-1 l ln Memoriam J IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our husband and father, Paul L. Bengtson, who passed away July 4, 1997. ***** One year has passed since you were here, Oh how we miss you father dear. God took you home, it was His will, But in our hearts you linger still. Sadly missed by 22-1 wife and family IN MEMORIAM In memory of Rick Swigerd. "Oh, Lord," I cried, "My heart will break Nothing can ever stop this ache. Oh Lord, My son is gone." "Gone?" God said, "no, he is not gone, Because as long as you have memories, In your heart he lives on." "My child, don't you know I care, I won't give you more than you can bear, Life and Death are my choice, Trust my wisdom and rejoice." "Wipe away the tear from your eye, For there's no longer need to cry, My son died so you could have eternal life, Now he's with me in Paradise." "I am the King, for each life I have a plan, I hold your future in the palm of my hand, I'm the Good Shepherd and I know my own, You are never forsaken or left alone." "I know you loved him, but I love him more, I held his hand and gently led him thru the door, He's more alive now than he was before, He's happier now than he's ever been, In this perfect world without hurt or sin." "Asleep? No! We walked together today, And he watched you as you knelt to pray, He smiled and said, "rhey miss me you know, Do they understand why I had to go? I loved them and I know they loved me. Tell them I'm happy, tell them I'm free, It's wonderful here, and don't weep for me. We'll soon be together for eternity." GOd never makes mistakes, His hand is on US all, He alone decides when and who to call, Apart for only awhile, he'd gone one step before, So he can stand beside Jesus and meet you at Heaven's door. We express our heartfelt thanks to the many neighbors, friends and rela- tives for all the prayers, concerns, food, memorials, for the caring and sharing of tears and hugs at this very difficult time in our lives. We are so proud to live in this wonderful Christian community. Thanks to First English Lutheran ladies for serving lunch, Larson Funeral Home for their wonderful compassion to our family. Thanks to Father Andy and Pastor Hermanson for their many comfort- ing words GOd bless each and every one of you. We love you dearly. Sadly missed by Mom and Dad, Roxy, Dave, Ashley, Alyssa, Amber, Rosy, Jason, Alex and Megan, Kim and George, Jamie, Shawna and Marissa, 22-1 and especially Jordan Galen from Shirley, Melieea & Chad Come help Gale celebrate making it to a half century! LAKESIDE PARK SATURDAY, JULY 11 6:00"8:00 PM Food and pop furnished. 30, ]998 INDEPENDENT Page 7b