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c notices COURT DIVISION PROBATE DIVISION ONE REBATE OF __ ENT OF iL-_ NTATIVE AND CREDITORS 00PERSONS AND l-reb.yy given that an d=.._T prob'ate of the t's last will, dated , has been filed with w m, and the application Ill Infonnally probating ! N;lions may be filedin ( and the same D ourt upon notice of Ih x hpurpose. )) TUrther given that I of Duane G. Kurth Jg23 Channel Lane, 5 III ;092 as personal ltl  estate of the above been made. Any r ( h. Jr interested person Court File No. 1=2-98-79 STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF BIG STONE NOTICE OF INFORMAL APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS In Re: Estate of AYME JEAN SWARTZ Deceased NOTICE TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS AND CREDITORS: Notice is hereby given that informal appointment of Chris L. Swartz, whose address is 115 - 2nd Street NE, Glenwood, MN 56334 as a personal representative of the estate of the above decedent, has been made. Any heir, devises or other interested person may be entitled to appointment as personal representative or may object to the appointment of the personal representative and the personal representative is empowered to fully administer the estate including, after 30 days from the date of issuance of his letters, the power to sell, encumber, lease or distribute real estate, unless  [o. appointment as objections thereto are filed with the ,=ave or may object to Court pursuant to Section 524.3-607 of the personal and the Court otherwise orders. and the personal 'd to fully Notice is further given that ALL m including after 30 CREDITORS having claims against said of issuance of his estate are required to present the same to said personal representative or to the r to sell, encumber, Clerk of the Court within four months =q real estate unless after the date of this notice or said torero are filed with the claims will be barred. :tion 524.3-607) Dated: June 15, 1998 , se orders. IlL -,er Diana Shelstad, I'.L ''e given that ALL Registrar .. claims against said n..  present the same Diana Shelstad, ePresentalive or to the Clerk t Within four months (June 30, July 7, 1998) not,ce or sa,d PUBLIC NOTICE C.O...OX,.n00O.N.S.NO 1: Registrar LOCAL OFFICIALS qL Cou00 BIGSTONECOUmPtANNING aria Sheistad, COMMISSION u_ Administrator Notice is hereby given that the Big Stone County Planning Commission will -/.!. hold a public hearing on Tuesday, July 97597 14, 1998 in the Memorial Building at /'8 7:00 PM in Clinton, MN. Conditional Use Permit: Rohde's Lagoona Beach, Inc. 30, 1998) Applicant: Bruce Rohde Be llin gh am/Louis b ur g By Clarissa Sorenson, Phone 568-2204 Descendants of Ole and Anne Pederson gathered on Saturday, June 13 for their 6th reunion at the Bellingham City Hall. Three of the living children of Ole and Anne's were in attendance. They are Clarence Pederson of Sisseton, SD; Judith Broz of New Effington, SD and Irene Johnston of Elburn, Illinois. They are sisters and brother of the late Ethel Schake. Others in attendance were from: Watertown, Sisseton, New Effington, Wilmot, Mitchell, all in South Dakota; Tennyson, Indiana; Fairmont, ND; Elburn and Sterling, Ill.; and Bellingham, Madison, Finlayson and Rosemount, Minn. A delicious catered dinner was enjoyed, catered by Lori Croatt. Lois Larson was mistress of ceremonies leading the group with a comical test and reading a selection written by the late Mrs. Oscar Pederson of the life of Ole and Anne and the 13 children. The afternoon also included a lot of fun times visiting, picture taking and enjoying some of the Dairy Day Events. The next Pederson reunion is tentatively planned for June, 2000. Damn Larson of Fargo and Brent Larson of Alexandria spent the June 13 and 14th weekend at home and also attended the Pederson reunion along with WaIly, Lois and Joleen Larson on Saturday at the Bellingham City Hall. The Guild of St. Peters Lutheran Church met at the home of Doris Hansen, rural Louisburg Friday afternoon, June 19th with Dorothy Weber, Hilda Brehmer, Arlene Karels and Minnie Giese attending. Dorothy was the hostess. non Chelberg of Stacy, and Becky Knudson and girls of Madison were Father's Day dinner guests at Roger Kunde's. Father's Day Inga Blahosky's family - great-grandchildren and grandchildren had a family reunion at the Fruit Farm at Ortonville with about 40 in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hiepler, Mr. Ronglien and Monica Ring were among hi, any other friends and relatives who helped Mardi Jayne Calhoun celebrate her 40th birthday at the Wharf at Shady Beach Resort. Mannie and Arlene Karels were Sunday dinner guests of Dick and Sue Ohm. Sunday, Father's Day Erwin and Pearl Pederson were guests of Dean and Christine Adelman and attended the baptism of Alec Adelman at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in St. Cloud. Also attending were Glenda, Leah and Ross Reiffenberger. Leah was Alec's spon.sor. Sunday, Robert and Joan Ronglien, Moni Ring, Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Schultz of Milbank, Mr. and Mrs. David Schultz of Milbank, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Schofield of Burnsville, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Calhoun and Justin of Ham Lake, and Danielle Ruether of Appleton got together for Father's Day having dinner at the Ortonville Golf Club. In the afternoon, they visited at the Mark Ronglien home in Big Stone City, SD. Alvin and Norton Larson attended the dinner sponsored by the Minnwest Bank at Ortonville Wednesday evening. Sunday morning, Earl and Margaret Schake attended Jennifer Croatt's confirmation and the open house in her honor. Thomas, Lynette, Erik and Luke Nelson, and Lucille Nelson spent the weekend at the home of Linda Vant Hull in St. Louis Park, Saturday evening, Linda, Lynette and Lucille attended the musical, "How to Talk Minnesotan", at the Plymouth Play House. Sunday, Father's Day noon, Earl and Margaret Schake were guests of Don and Arvene Van Hoot for dinner at the Ortonville Club House. Ardyce Schafer and daughter Cindy Kirstin, Alex and Katie of Appleton, Wisc.; Karl Silvis of Sioux Falls, SD; Earl and Lois Anderson, Bernice and Joe Boraas, and Joe and Muriel LaBelle had potluck dinner with Christine Olson at the Madison Saturday afternoon, Paul and Carol- Lund attended the wedding of Lori Koosmann and Cory Thorsland at Trinity Lutheran Church in Appleton. Clarice Borstad returned home on Thursday, June 18 after being a medical patient at the Madison Hospital. The Guild of St. Peter's Lutheran Church of Bellingham met at the Doris Hansen home Friday afternoon, June 19 with Dorothy Weber, Hilda Brehmer, Arlene Karels, and Minnie Giese attending. Dorothy was the hostess. Edith Thomson visited Clara Peterson last Monday evening. The Tom Letrud family attended the baptism for a great-niece, Taylor Carpenter on Sunday morning at neville, SD. Saturday evening, Carol Lund attended the bridal shower for Janelle Allpress and Tim Patzer at the Garfield Lutheran Church. Paul and Nancy Rebehn and family of Plymouth were callers of Albert Rebehn on Thursday evening on their way to Highmore, SD. Connie, Scott, Jeremy and Evan Petrich of Springfield, Me were Tuesday to Friday visitors of Alan and Ruth Hansen. Charles and Ihla Thomson spent Saturday and Sunday with Rick and Rachael Galarneau and family at Chanhassen. They attended Jenna' s .dance recital onSaturday evening. On Sunday, Paul and Carol Lund, Eleanor Lurid, Eric Lund, Aimee Lund, and Daren Walter went to Plymouth to the Leida and Shahs Brodersen home for a Father's Day dinner and opening of the wedding gifts. Joyce Letrud visited Clarice Borstad Friday afternoon. Tracy Rebehn returned home Saturday after visiting at the Tim Mullins home in Rochester and, having a checkup at the Mayo Clinic. On Sunday, June 21, Alan and: Ruth Hansen attended the Golden Wedding Anniversary of her sister and husband, Ted and Bernice Lee at visited Edwin Peterson at the Madison Lutheran Home. On Sunday, June 14, Howard and Edith Kittelson drovtheir 1931 Ford Model A coupe to Alexandria, where they joined members of the Lake Region Car Club. After spending a night in a motel, the club members returned to their respective homes. All but the Kittelsons, however, who proceeded on to Bert's Cabins, just north of Itasca State Park in northern Minnesota, and stayed there until Friday, June 19. The daughter and son-in-law of the original owners still own and operate Bert's Cabins. They stayed in the same cabin that they had stayed in 52 years ago in 1946, the first year they were married. At that time the cabin had kerosene lamps (no electricity), a wood stove, an ice box, and a little house out back. The rental rate was $4 per night. Now there is electricity, indoor plumbing and the rate is $56 per night, plus tax. In 1946 they owned a 1937 Ford Truck which they still have, but for the special occasion 52 years ago they used Howard's folks' 1939 Ford two door sedan. Pattison on group to redo vote registration Big Stone County auditor Judy Pattison has been appointed by Secretary of State Joan Grows to a work group whose mission will be to redesign the Minnesota computerized voter registration system. The group will provide guidance to staff of the Secretary of State's office in the development of computer screens, reports and other functional parts of the voter registration system. The group will also assist in developing a plan for the smooth transition to the new computer system being installed at the state office. Ms. Pattison was an original member of a similar work group appointed in 1987 to develop one of the first statewide voter registration computer systems in the country. She has continued to serve on numerous committees, working in conjunction with the Secretary of .l_m''CE Legal Descdption: Sublet B of Outlet 4 of Government Lot 1, Section 19, and Mrs. Darwin Andrcason and Township 122, Range 46. Dorothy Weber spent Saturday with II-HEARING The applicant requests a conditional Laveme Weber at the Good Samaritan vill' 'tEBY GIVEN that the use permit to rebuild the supper club on Center at Anoka. They also visited the .qlVille Minnesota will the above described property. Section Dean Swings at Anoka. 'ldno i'n the meeting 4.2.2 of the BigStone County Shoreland ':llnGi!Y. of Ortonville, that commercial use of land within a Saturday with GaVae Pederson in il'uO'clock P.M. on the residential distdct in a shoreland area New Brighton and attended a baby shower for Alec Adeiman. requires / the purpose of on a general development lake ,tlE_'ng, an Ordinance a conditional use permit. Glenda Reinke and David i11   South Half of All persons interested may appear nofhenke visited the Ned Gloege's a =,.,mn lies between all of and be heard at said time and place, or I'.,LotOne(1) of BIock submit views in writing or by Sunday evening..  "mgin( Plat of City of representative. If you know of any Hubert and Meranda Redepenning t=.=k interested property owner who, for any Father's weekend and spent Day were as follows: reason, has not received a copy of this guests of Larry and Mary IIlb' "  VACATING notice, please inform him/her of the time /bE-_80/JTI'I HALF OF and place of the headng. Redepenning and family at Diamond IIEIWHICN UES Dated: ;June 17 1998 ..Lake. ]Blt'L-ul; BLOCKTWO (2) By the order of tl3e" Orville and Martha Schake and OI,L_OC_K_THR-EE Big Stone Coudty L yle and Karen Schake visited on " .'d_/F CITYOF Planning Commission Saturday vening, June 13 at the IILT E Ronda Maas, Wally and Lois Larson home, E CITY OF Deputy Environmental Officer ;'@,". C RDAIN that: 20 SE 2nd Street following the Pederson reunion at the I'qlY Council of the City Ortonville, MR 56278 Bellingham City Hall. .diilt  the part of the (June 30, 1998) Mel and Shirley Keszler of No. ,,Avenue which lies Homan, Texas and Pat Heyer of '=k TWO (2) and Lot NOTICE Madison were Tuesday coffee visitors n,. (3), Odginel Plat ..Tr, "Premises') is CERTIRCATE OF ASSUMED NAME with Roger and Beaty Kunde. STATE OF MINNESOTA June 2nd Alfred and Barb y purposes. Pursuant to Chapter 333, Minnesota Borgerson went to the Cities and Premises are Statutes, the undersigned, who is or will returned June 8th. Alfred and Keith llOrdinance shall take be conducting or transacting a !ihe thirty (30) days commercial business in the State of Borgerson went fishing in Canada. l=ubi Hilda Brehmer attended Violet lion. herebyMinnestacertifies:Under an assumed name, Lubitz' open house 86th birthday on --LE, MINNESOTA The exact assumed name under Sunday afternoon at her home. which the business is or will be Saturday afternoon, Robert and '! David Ellinoson, Iyor conducted is LORDAN CO. Joan Ronglien and Monica Ring The address of the pnncipel place of ORTONVILLE, MN56278. Mel and Shirley Keszler left = -d,_.J : : The name arid complete street Wednesday morning for Minot, ND to 'llg to be heard on address of all persons conducting visit friends. end this meeting business under the above Assumed Dorothy Weber was a Thursday ' Opinions. Name. evening visitor at the Larry Weber's. Z_''IE CITY COUNCIL LORI HERMANSON Alvin and Norton Larson attended OF ORTONVILLE 744 HIGHLAND HIGHWAY the confirmation open house for ,lenni ORTONVILLE, MN 56278-1114 Croatt on Sunday at the Our Place 1,1 Cafe. tor The Standard Industrial Code (SIC) Lud and Helen Rognlien and ) that most accurately describes the Vernon and Carol Olson went to nature of the business operating under this name is 99. Dawson on Sunday afternoon and I certi that I am authonzed to sign attended the 60th wedding anniversary AND this certificate and I further certify that I of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ness at their understand that by signing this home. certificate, I am subject to the penalties Saturday evening, Robert and Joan of perjury as set forth in Minnesota that the Big Statutes section 609.48 as if I had Commission wi, slgnedthiscerfdicateunderceth. PUBLIC NOTICE on Tuesday, July Dated: June 22, 1998 CLOSE PROXIMITY PROPERTY Building at " Led J. Hermanson, OWNERS AND LOCAL OFRCMg.S Owner BIG. STONE COUNTY PLANNING I R. Johnson (June 30, July 7, 1998) COMMISSION Lot 1, Block 2, Notice is hereby given that Big Stone a subdivision County Planning Commission wit hold a rnmentLot 1of Il public hearing on Tuesday, Julyl4, of Section 29, 1998 in the Memorial Building at 7:00 p.m. in Clinton, MN. above d into in the Subdivided into Addition. Stone County Ordinance, CASH! each lot created be suitable in use evidence shows that CONSOL/DATE NO W/ and space to Sewage treatment Get the cash you neeo in 05 little 05 14 workon doys" appear or $10,000 - $1 lO/mo to who, $50,000 - ,%50/mo of Homeowners On/y NATI()NVlI)F Fl o,o,.= o,,oa,,=o I the order of the  I.g Stone County ng Commission 1-800-819- 7010 i "anl Officer Or Visit Our Webs#e ,.., licant: Clarence Hofer nditional Use Permit: Big Stone Huttenan Brethren Inc. Legal Description: NE 1/4, Section 32, Township 123, Range 47 This conditional use permit requests that the construction of a church be allowed on the above described property. The above descdbed property zoned as A-l, Agricultural Preservation Distnct, and the request complies with Section of the Big Stone County Land and Related Resources Ordanance, 1992. All persons interested may appear and be heard at said time and place, or submit views in writing or by representative. If you know of any interested property owner who, for any reason, has not received a copy of this notice, please inform him/her of the lime and place of the headng. Dated: June 26, 1998 By order of the Big Stone County Planning Commission Ronda Maas, Deputy Environmental Officer 20 SE 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 (June 30, 1998) Lutheran Home on Saturday, June 13. Bobby and Rick Johnson were at Blue Cloud Abbey Campgrounds for their trail ride over the weekend. Friday night, Carol Lund attended the bridal shower for Anne Schmidt and Aaron Keils at Shible Lutheran Church, rural Appleton. Gary and Mary Roiland entertained relatives and friends for a birthday party in honor of Jared's 4th birthday Sunday afternoon, June 14. Dan and Judy Dallrnan and boys of Ubeling, Neb. spent the weekend with Oordon and Joyce Letrud. Cokato. Also attending were Karen and Mike Utt, Connie, Scott, Jeremy, and Evan Petrich. Betty and Eddie Peterson of Ramsey spent Saturday with Clara Peterson and they were all dinner guests of Sharon Vick and her houseguests, Denise Vick and Jeff Westendorf of Moorhead and afterwards visited Edwin at the Madison Lutheran Home. Sunday afternoon, Father's Day, David and Lee Peterson of Brookings, SD; Jessica Peterson of Mpis, and Donald Peterson and Clara Peterson State, to assure that both computer systems - voter registration and election reporting - meet the needs of all counties, regardless of their size. % April 25 thru Sept. 11 (20 weeks) PRIZES WEEKLY - u mmIm.m  qmmmm41mm SEASON PRIZES Largest fish of each species enters0 week will be elNe for a elrawg at the end of the conte for at least $100. if soe weeks there ere no fish (mtered =I a pertlcuklt category, the $15 praze wdl gO Iowar el ll" final dtaw',ng at the end of test in the same category, WALLEYE NORTHERN BULLHEAD PERCH GRAND TOTAL OF $1,600 I m m-- e#w. 00wAy I Contest Rules: 1 Anyone may enter this contet Species eligible are 4 All entru will 19 weighed at one (,f the official Walleye-, Northern, Bullhead and Perch. weigh-in stations listed All scale,, are state appr(,ved 2 Only fresh fish am acceptable a entries Frozen 5. C(,ntt,t runs through n(xm Friday each week hsh ar not eligibke. Entr,, accepted after that time apply to the following week 3 Fish must be caught on Big Stone Lake 6 Ccript money redeemable truly for merchandise, not cash I OFFICIAL WEIGH-IN STATIONS The Wharf Hartford Beach Resort SoDak Park Resort Big Stone Bait & Bud's Bait Shop Marine, Inc. I Patronize the sponsors whose efforts and sponsorships bring you this contest: SoDak Park Supper Club Big Stone Bat & Marine Repair, Inc. Bud's Bait Shop CasMown Service Big Stone Cooperative EconoLodge Hartford Beach Resort Koroll's Shoes Larry's Refrigeration & Heating Ortonville Independent Pepsi Cola Company of 0rtonville SoDak Park Resort The Wharf Big Stone Municipal Liquor Store Hilltop's Theatre of Seasons Cafe Chambedaints Sporting Goods & Menewear Watch the Independent every Tuesday for weekly winners, season leaders, photo and stories on Minnesota s favorite sport...fishingl INDEPENDENT Page 9b