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ndent want ads DEADLINE Friday Noon Phone (320) 839-6163 Fax (320) 839-3761 LIVING IN THESE YEAR-AROUND HOMES STONE LAKE IN ORTONVILLE CITY LIMITS kk   Completely rejuvenated. Lovely , kitchen with dining area, patio It doors onto a screened-in deck on the lake side, vinyl siding, basement, new furnace, dock, nice level lakeshore, guest house. RR 1,3 be, .Ooms, family ratChen/dining room, tuck-under on a cul-de-sac and a been reduced! LISTINGS CONTACT S REAL ESTATE , MN 56278 Phone/Fax 1-320-839-3826 equipment.net/SealeyRealEstate.htm sale .SALE-In Odessa by phone (320) 22-2 "98 Chevy Lumina less than $16,995. Call 22-2 and pork meat calves and colt. Call (320) 23-4* CK BROILERS-7 Mso brown and ducks, geese, s, pheasants and Rummage & garage sales RUMMAGE SALE-Saturday, July 11, 8am-2pm, Gene Burdick's, 540 No. Minnesota St., Ortonville. Lefse grill, fast food toys, costumes, large size women's clothes, Pendelton wool shirts, Avon, material, electric barbecue grill, heater, pans, dishes, electric motor. 23-1 HUGE BENEFIT RUMMAGE SALE-Thursday-Saturday, July 23-25 from 8 a.m. to 3 pm. at the Odessa Hall. All proceeds will go toward the Cody Teske fund, a nine year old boy who lost his fingers in a log splitter accident on June 6th. 23-2 sVeek egg layers. g Rykhus,(320)23_4. dN Y CALAIS- in good con- 1. 23-2 Escort, 1986 ,ugar, Kawasaki (320) 839- 9-2562. 23-1 arch buildings, now $3,390; now $5,990; )w $11,990; 2685. 23-1 Home-Rite Apartments FOR RENT Available Now Rental assistance available. " CALL l 839-3457 .... -... TION WANTED RODND 3:00-11:30 PM SHIFTI SHIFT" ll"30PM-6:30AM Itealth, Dental & Life Plans & Vacation Benefits Wages & Attractive Shift Differentials k"l. Work Environment Office Hours - 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please apply in person to: lqnovex, Inc. Airport Industrial Park 1602 Benson Road, Montevideo, MN 56265 (320) 269-5588 4-WHEEL COMPUTERIZED ALIGNMENT Firestone Cashtown Service, Inc. Ortonville, Minnesota 56278 (320) 839-3717 For rent ] FOR RENT-Furnished, three room+ apartment for one. Close to school and downtown. Reasonably priced. Call (320) 839-2734. 23-1 FOR RENT One or Two Bedroom Apartments Easy comfortable living in a nice, quiet location. Laundry facilities, air conditioning, balcony. ASK ABOUT RENT INCENTIVES t. PHONE (320) 839-3485 B Help wanted ] *EXTRA INCOME '98* Earn $200-$500 weekly mailing care-o- grams For more information send a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Oasis Cards & Gifts, P.O. Box 612290, Miami, FL 33261. 18-13 POSITIONS OPEN: The Browns Valley School District has two open- ings for aides. One special education aide, 6-1/2 hours per day and one Title I aide at 5-1/2 hours per day. Please send letter of application and resume to: .,Alvin. Birkholz, Superintendent; Browns Valley Public School, 118 Church Street, PO Box N, Browns Valley, MN 56219- 0259. Deadline for applications will be July 10, 1998. 21-3" LEGAL SECRETARY-Fluegel, Helseth, McLaughlin, Anderson & Brutlag Law Office, Morris, MN is seeking an experienced legal secre- tary. WordPerfect knowledge pre- ferred. Excellent opportunity with a variety of duties. Immediate hire, call today 800-328-9270. 23-1 ' LYSENG LAKE KENNEL Pet Boarding & Grooming BY APPOINTMENT Large, secure, Indoor/Outdoor Runs Carlton and Lorraine Fletcher South Hwy. 75, Clinton, MN Eveninga (320) 325-5349 ii t'6247 or 320,654.9900 Homes 3 BEDROOM HOME with double attached heated garage, 75x150 lot. $28,000 3 BEDROOM HOME New furnace, central air, large loft $17,000 m Tm lk, 1-80Oq3(69711 Kn Oak. 320-839-2118 TO VIEW THESE EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS, CALL ONE OF OUR AGENTS TODAY!~ Shat)y gealq 1-800-630-4978 or 320-839-2118 Ortonvgle, Minnesota m Rick Schneck, Broker Pam Schneck, Sales Lod Bartz, Sales Miscellaneous HOMEMAKERS DELIGHT wanted 89 people to lose weight and work at home. Earn $100-$500 per week. Call Cheryl (320) 875-2536. 23-8* LAWN SEEDING, sodding, core- aeration, spraying fertilizing. New lawn and renovation. Public, com- mercial or residential. Free estimates. Stottler Lawn Service. (320) 239- 2335 or (320) 760-5385. 23-4 Cards of thanks CARD OF THANKS Where does a person start a thank you to so many people. Our thanks to Dr. Beyer and staff at the Ortonville Hospital, to the ambulance crew, the helicopter pilot and crew, and to all the wonderful people at North Memorial when Cody had his acci- dent. Words cannot express thanks enough to all the people who have sent cards and gifts, who have come to visit and for all the prayers by everyone. We truly know that God has helped us all through this difficult time. Also a great big thanks to all the family and friends who took care of the three children we left behind for 10 days, and to everyone who brought food, cleaned house and did laundry for us. Thanks again to everyone for everything. Cody Teske 23-1 and all ,of his loved ones CARD OF THANKS To all the wonderful people up there in the Big Stone Lake area. Thank you from all of us in Spencer, SD who survived the tornado! You will never know how much this money means to us, even now when we start to rebuild our little town. Thank you to AAL Branch #1220 out of Milbank, SD for your matching donations. Thank you to the ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA WU,',eeo,',4 " 0tkuOl SHARI LINDOUIST GROOMING & OBEDIENCE 7INING PHONE 839-2237 American Legion from Big Stone City, SD for donating the use of your building for the "Survivors Dance!" Thank you to Surround Sound, Still Cruisin' and Henry's Sights & Sounds for donating their time and music We will keep you in our prayers and hope you will do the same for us. Spencer, SD 23- I Tornado Survivors CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank all those who helped and came to the Bishop's Charity Fishing Tournament on Monday, June 29th. It was a great success and a wonderful celebration of the gift of our seminarians and the future of our church. Thank you for all you have done through your assis- tance, prayer, presence and/or finan- cial support to make this event the best it could be. When we all work together our communities truly do shine! We thank God for you, our Church and our future! May God Bless You All. Val and Paula Rausch, Wade and Cindy VanDover 23-1 Big Stone City, SD In Memoriam IN MEMORIAM In memory of Paul L. Bengtson who passed away one year ago, July 4th. ..*.. I am now at home in heaven; Ali's s6 happy, all so bright! There is perfect joy and beauty In this everlasting light. All the pain and grief are over, Every restless tossing past; I am now at peace forever, Safely home in heaven at last. Did you wonder I so calmly Trod the Valley of the Shade? Oh! but Jesus' love illumined Every dark and fearful glade. And He came Himself to meet me In that way so hard to tread; And with Jesus' ann to lean on. Could I have one doubt or dread? Then you must not grieve so sorely, For 1 love you dearly still; Try to look byond earth's shadows, Pray to trust our Father's will. There is work still waiting for you, So you must not idle stand; Do your work while life remaineth - You shall rest in Jesus' land. When that work is all completed, He will gently call you home; Oh, the rapture of the meeting! Oh, the joy to see you come! Sadly missed by 23-1 his family. PART TIME POSITION NoW accepting applications for part time work in the Ortonville Parks and Golf Departments. Apply at the City Office located at 315 Madison Ave., Ortonville, MN 56278 by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, July 10, 1998. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER BIG STONE LAKE, MN ; ...... FISHERMAN'S PARADISE This cabin is set up for 8 people with three bunk beds and sofa beds, two newer docks, new boat house with track and winch. Also includes a welder and equipment and an H Farmall tractor, a new soft water well and updated septic system. 110-115 ft. lakeshore. There's a lot here for the price. f.F.] Priced in $409. EXCLUSIVE LISTING MARCELLA D. KOHLS REALTY Ortonvllle, MN 320-839-3004 Extension Carrie Olson, County Extension Educator What worldly issues are your kids concerned with? According to an on- going study, kids who care about world hunger, the environment, and peace have an asset that will help them become healthy, ethical, caring adults. After surveying 273,000 young people in 600 U. S. communities since September 1989, the Search Institute of Minneapolis has defined 30 developmental assets that determine a child's well-being. Sixteen of the assets are external, including support systems, defined boundaries, and constructive activities, and 14 of the assets are internal, including commitments, values, and skills that guide young people in their choices. The more of these assets children have, the more successful they will be. You can assist with the asset of global concern by having your family select a charitable organization to which everyone contributes. In addition, rather than buying holiday gifts for each other, make a family donation to a worthy cause. Ask your kids to pay attention to disasters on the news. If they are especially touched by one, find a way your family can assist with relief in the aftermath. When you take family vacations to glamorous, large cities, show your kids other sections of town that are in need of assistance. Also on trips, x;isit museums that educate about equality and justice. Findings of the Institute's study are published in "What Kids Need to Succeed," a booklet with quizzes for parents and children to determine which assets children have, as well as activities for parents, schools, communities, and places of worship to help children develop assets they do not have. Markets No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.42 Soybeans ........................... 5.84 Corn ................................... 1.95 July 7, 1997 No. 1 Wheat ...................... 3.46 Soybeans ........................... 6.75 Corn ................................... 2.04 ALIVE I II DRYWALL & PLASTERING Sheetrocldng * Taping Texturing FREE ESTIMATES . Call Eoenings, Contact I Jim Kareis II 320-568-2149.or | John Oakes ]1 320-839-3755 / 1998 Page 13 ,,Z;,?,; INDEPENDENT