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Need windows before Order before Nov. 15 and you can have new windows installed before the cold sets in again! 1-888-690-9892 Green ANY SIZE White D.H. or 2 Lite Slider Installed Double Pane Glass Easy Clean Design - Insulated Meetings ALANON MEETINGS every Tuesday, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Ortonville Senior Citizen Center (use side entrance). Friends and family of alco- holics are invited. 32-TF* AA MEETINGS every Monday, 8:30 a.m., 468 Main St., Big Stone City, SD and every Tuesday, 8 p.m., Ortonville Senior Center, 200 Mon- roe Ave. (use side entrance). 25-TF* Are you or someone you'know a victim of Domestic Violence? The abuse can be PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL, SEXUAL. If you need help or just want to talk, call SOMEPLACE SAFE 320-839-2331 or 800-974-3359 All services are free and confidential. B Personals ] PREGNANT OR WONDERING? Afraid to tell parents? Free and confi- dential testing and resource informa- tion Call 1-800-550-4900 or 320- 839-7174. Birthright, 482 U.S. Hwy. 12. P.O. Box 273. Big Stone City, SD 57216. 34-TF* Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS Thank you to all the walkers from the Ortonville area who participated in VisionWalk 2010. An extra big thank you to all who donated and made the Twin Cities VisionWalk one of the leading FFB fundraising walks in the nation.! We are truly grateful for your generosity ! 38-1 Roman and Carol Taffe Bin Memoriam ] IN MEMORIAM In loving memory Doug Laub 1999-2010 You are not forgotten loved one, Nor will you ever be. As long as life and memory last, We will remember thee. Sadly missed by 38-1" Family and Friends VEHll LES MFX2571XEM Our certified appliance repair technician provides offer-sale *Offer valid Seotember 7 through November 3.2010. Minnesotan's partake in world math, science study Minnesota is one of eight states and science compared to students selected by the U.S. Department of from other nations. TIMSS data also Education to participate in a state- indicated Minnesota students made level administration of the 2011 significant improvements in 4th-grade Trends in International Mathematics math since 1995. Minnesota was one and Science Study (TIMSS). of only two states to participate in the Minnesota's participation is part of test as a benchmark participant. This an effort to link national and interna- status allowed state policymakers and tional assessments so states can corn- educators to evaluate the performance pare their students' performance of Minnesota students as compared to against international benchmarks, students from other nations. Approximately 55 Minnesota schools Minnesota students were able to in 50 districts will administer the participate in the 2007 TIMSS due to mathematics and science assessment state and private funding. The to a sample of eighth-grade students Minnesota Business Partnership, during the TIMSS window beginning Minnesota Chamber of Commerce April 4, 2011, and continuing through and Minnesota High Tech Association May 27, 2011. By participating in the were instrumental in building that pri- study, Minnesota eighth-graders will vate/public partnership. provide educators, state policymak- In the past, states have paid an esti- ers, and the public with state-level mated $500,000 to participate in state- TIMSS achievement data that can be level TIMSS. Since Minnesota was compared to student achievement data selected by the U.S. Department of in more than 60 countries. Education, there will be no cost to the "This is an opportunity to provide state. trend data for Minnesota in an inter- Although TIMSS is not designed to national environment," said provide specific district-, school- or Education Commissioner Alice student-level results, the TIMSS Seagren. "By participating in TIMSS results will provide international 2011, we will have important data to benchmarking data which is very consider when evaluating our efforts expensive to obtain and would likely to increase academic rigor for stu- be unavailable during these financial- dents and improve professional devel- ly difficult times. opment for educators in math and sci- Schools and students are selected ence." by the U.S. Department of Education Minnesota participated in TIMSS and TIMSS administrators to provide in 1995 and 2007 for both fourth and a representative sample of students eighth grades. In 2007, Minnesota stu- from Minnesota. dents performed very well in math Secretary of State Mark Ritchie today urged Minnesota voters to reg- ister now to save time at the polls on Election Day. The deadline to pre-reg- ister is October 12. State law requires Minnesotans to be registered at their current address before they are allowed to vote. Registrations remain current until voters move or change their names. Voters must also re-regis- ter if they have not voted in the last four years. "Registering to vote takes minutes to complete and will save you time at the polls on Nov. 2." Ritchie said. "Get registered, get informed, and go vote this fall. Be a part of Minnesota's strong tradition of voter participation CELEBRATE COLH]I BUS DAY WiTH / MDB6709AWS DISCOVERED in AmERiCA! POWER OF MER7765WS EVENT Receive up to a MasterCarde Prepaid Card by mall with purchase of select Maytag Brana ~~ ar( .6.7cu.ft. /" | limi!ed\ E'lntelliDryTM / I MHWE200XW --- :'gl I MEDE200XW III "Shown with optional pedestal XHP1550VW and help us lead the nation in voter turnout again." Voters can use the office's online Voter Registration Lookup at www.mnvotes.org to quickly learn whether they are registered at their current address. The service also pro- vides links to other voter resources such as how to register, the dates of the next election, and polling place location information. Minnesotans may register to vote by completing a voter registration application and submitting it to their county auditor's office or the Office of the Secretary of State. Applications are available online at www.mnvotes.org or at county gov- ernment offices and public libraries. Those who register prior to the deadline will not have to register again on Election Day. Minnesota allows voters to register on Election Day as long as they provide proper proof of residence. For more informa- tion about voting and eligibility requirements, visit www.mnvotes.org. SOPHOMORE CLASS ATTENDANTS Jonathan Hoffman and Kimberly lacobson are shown above riding on their class float. Our New Temporary Location is 132 Thank you everyone for all your help, ....... .... kind words and thoughtfulness! Big Stone Cellular Main Street Ortonville, MN 56278 phone 320.839.3264 toll free 888.839.3265 bigstonecell @yahoo.com ORTONVILLE, MN AUCTION NOTE: We will SALE TIME: 10:00 AM - FROM HWY. 12 & 75 JCT., 6 MILES EAST ON HWY. 12, 1/2 MILE NORTH be running 2 rings due to the large amount of items. We will start with household and shop items Guns sell at 11:30 - Real Estate will sell at noon. See you there. Selling an outstanding 10-acre building site with a beautiful log home and several usable buildings. 1750 plus sq. ft. log home built in 1977 3-bedrooms , 2 112 baths 2 fireplaces Full finished basement Carrier propane furnace and central A/C Downstairs second kitchen Timberline shingles (5 yrs. old) 40 x 75 pole shed (1982) 40 x 80 quonset 30 x 60 wooden shed (partially heated) 4 grain bins 10 acres 1/2 mile from Hwy. 12 TERMS: 10% of the soiling pdce down day of auction, balance due at closing (approx. 45 days). Abstract will be brought up to date, Taxes pro-rated to date of closing. Possession of property at closing. Sold subject to owner con- firmation. Auctioneers are agents for the seller. No buyer's premium. FOR APPOINTMENT TO VIEW PROPERTY CONTACT FARRELL AUCTION 605-432-5285 OR PHYLLIS ANDERSON - PERSONAL REP - 320-815-0169 Remington Model 31 16-Ga. Pump #500203 Remington Model 31-TC 12-Ga. 2 3/4 #95020 Winchester Model 24 12-Ga. Double #4556 Remington 870 Express Magnum 20-Ga. Pump #B886689U Winchester Model 37 12-Ga. Single Marlin O/U Model 90 12-Ga. #1391 Remington Model 31 20-Ga. Pump #554346 Remington Model 31 12-Ga. Pump #104361 Savage 220L 20-Ga. Single #D230 Remington 870 TB Wingmaster 12-Ga. Pump #10003810 Remington Model 31-TC 12-Ga. Pump #115515 Remington 580 22LR Bolt #1198142 Remington Model 31 12-Ga. Pump #21151 Browning 12 O/U #71428 Ithaca 12-Ga. 2 3/4 Single Shot 4 Extra 12-Ga. Barrels - Bushnell Scope Remington 572 22 Auto. Remington 870 12-Ga. 2 3/4 #15635V Benelli 12-Ga. Super Black Eagel #U257436 Remington 870 386517X 20-Ga. Pump Browning (Japan) 12-Ga. 03525 o/u Real Estate LLC . AUCTION CLERKING . REAL ESTATE BROKER REAL ESTATE APPRAISER P,O. BOX 190 Milbank, SD Phone 605-432-5285 Mobile 605-880-5018 www.fa rrellauction.com Coleman 4000-Watt Generator Troy-Bilt Rear Tire qqller John Deere 240 Lawn Tractor w/Mower Stihl Trimmers - Anvil - 2 Knipcos Grinder - Push Trimmer - Craftsman Planer RBI Precision Scroll Saw - 2 Scroll Saws Rockwell Drill Press - Craftsman Band Saw Craftsman Table Saw - Pipe Clamps Craftsman 18" Scroll Saw Craftsman 10" Radial Arm Saw Craftsman 12" Wood Lathe Halagen Shop Lights - Floor Jack Craftsman Rbuter Crafter - Chain Saw Partially assembled Grandfather Clock Keller Stepladder - Makita Sawz-all Jari Mower w/Briggs 5 Hp Engine Battery Charger - Step Stools 2002 Chrysler Town & Country Van, LXI, Loaded, 82,000 Miles 1995 Subaru Legacy Wagon, 81,000 Miles 1985 Ford F-250, 2WD, Auto. 1960s Dodge Pickup Chevrolet Corvair, needs restoration Ford Model "A", needs restoration Lund 14-Ft. AIt~m Boat w/7.5 Mercury Engine and Trailer Farmall 656 German Diesel, 3-Pt. Ford 8N, 2-Pt., New 11.2x28 Rears McKee 620 3-Pt. Snowblower, 7-Ft. Hyd. Spout Antique Bedroom Set - China Cabinet John Deere #8 Mower, 9-Ft. Several Wood Desks - Oak Ice Box Ferguson 2-Bt Plow Red Wing 5-Gal. Churn w/Cover John Deere "A", Not Running IH Stationary Eng ne - Lanterns 100g-Gal. Propane Tank Red Wing 6-Gal. Crock - Baby Buggy Gooseneck Triple Axle Trailer w/14-Ft. Box and Red Wing 5-Gal. Jug- Trunks . E!.ec. Hoist ine Stuck Sony Mavica Camera - Coffee Pots Mo.ne "L", ~-ng Camera Equip. - Telephoto Lens (2) 500-GaL Fuel Tanks (1 w/Elec. Pump) Film Developing Equip. - Kerosene Lamps 300-GaL Overhead Barrel Wooden Duck Decoys - Coffee Grinder Flare Box w/Hoist. 14-Ft. Bin Sweep Several Filing Cabinets - Bicycles - Sheller 16.9x34 Hub Duals (2) Old Johnson Outboard Motors John Deere 2-Row Planter Rug Beater - Glider Rocker New Holland Wire Tie Baler wNVis. Engine NOT CE A warranties on items sold are between buyer and sel er As between auct oneers clerks and buyers all items are sold 'AS IS' and the ent re r sk as to the quality and performance of the product is with the 'BUYER' The auctioneers and clerks expressly disclaim all warranties either expressed or implied. The buyer acknowledges being so informed prior to the sale. SALE TERMS: Cash All other sale terms and conditions to be announced on sale day. Announcements made sale day take p._.__recedence over written ads. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS [] - REVOCABLE TRUST, OWNER - t L ,! , !- Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010 INDEPENDENT Page 9