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notices URE SALE /ERIFICATION OF OF THE TOR WITHIN THE BY LAW IS NOT ACTION. GIVEN, that in the conditions of dated October 9, L. Hanson, a gagor, to Wells a California and filed for ce of the County the County of Big October 23, 2002 the original secured by said that no I has been instituted debt secured by thereof; that with all pre- and acceleration and/or is claimed including ;reof, the sum of D FIFTY- 0 ($39,054.58) pursuant to the n contained, said and the land being in the ;tone, State of as follows, to wit: Lot One (1), that part of as the Northerly&apos; in Block One to the City said Lot One 03 of 87.3 feet to of Lot Two 47 minutes Lots One a distance of 90 corner of said an Easterly / distance of beginning. nnesota of said county at lighest bidder on 0:00 AM at the g Stone County st Second Street, pay the debt gage and by the and the rents allowed by by law for their or assigns is date of sale. from financial none. D BY LAWFOR PROFESSIORFiL OFFICE SPFiCE Space available for lease! The two office suites consists of 360 square feet with main street exposure. It is located in the newly remodeled Ash & Reedstrom/Schreiner of Council Building at 25 NW 2nd Street, Ortonville. MN. Also the upstairs (4,900 sq ft) Apartment, Condo. Office can be leased or purchased. Take a tour anytime, contact your local real estate Broker or ca 83%3939 (24/7) FIVE WEEKS IS ENTERED STATUTES, 3, S, THAT THE ARE :IESIDENTIAL THAN FIVE USED RODUCTION, FARGO HOME INC. Mortgagee NOTICE PROBATE COURT DISTRICT COURT PROBATE DIVISION STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF BIG STONE AMENDED ORDER AND NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF INTESTACY, DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP AND APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE IN SUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS In Re: Estate of MATHILDA K. FOSSEN a/k/a MATHILDA FOSSEN, Deceased TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS AND CREDITORS: It is Ordered and Notice is hereby given that on the 10th day of September 2003, at 8:30 A.M., a hearing will be held in the above named Court at the Courtroom of the Big Stone County Courthouse, 20 SE 2nd Street, Ortonville, Minnesota, for the adjudication of intestacy and determination of heirship and for the appointment of Daniel J. Hanratty whose address is c/o Big Stone County Family Service Center, 340 Northwest Second Street, Ortonville, MN 56278 as personal representative of the estate of the above named decedent in supervised administration, and any objection thereto must be filed with the Court. That, if proper, and no objections are filed, said representative will be appointed to administer the estate, to collect all assets, pay all legal debts, claims, taxes and expenses, and sell real and personal property, and do all necessary acts for the estate. Upon completion of the administration, the representative shall file a final account for the allowance and shall distribute the estate to the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by the Court, and close the estate. Notice is further given that ALL CREDITORS having claims against said estate are required to present the same to said personal representative or to the Court Administrator within four months after the date of this notice or said claims will be barred. Dated: Aug. 5, 2003 Peter A. Heft, Judge Diana Shelstad, Court Administrator William J, Watson Attorney 37 NW Second Street Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-6197 (Aug. 12, 19, 2003) 00the Inexpensive Way00 Farm family recognition Aug. 24 at State Fair Fifty-three farm families representing 44 Minnesota counties will be honored by the University of Minnesota on Sunday, August 24 at the Minnesota State Fair. The families will be recognized for their contributions to the agricultural industry, their communities and the state. Farm families receiving honors have demonstrated a commitment to enhancing and supporting agriculture and agricultural production. Eight families will be recognized for "New agricultural initiative" efforts, such as developing innovative ways to solve an environmental problem, adopting a rotational grazing system or adding alternative or value-added crops. University of Minnesota units sponsoring the event include the College of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences; Extension Service; Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station; and College of Veterinary Medicine. "Representing Big Stone County at this event will be Bruce and Sheila Hoernemann who were selected earlier this year by the Big Stone County Extension Committee as Big Stone County's Farm Family of the Year in 2003," according to John Cunningham, Big Stone County Extension Director. Anderson to help with VSO duties Chippewa County Veteran's Service Officer, Dennis Anderson will be assisting Big Stone County veter- ans every Thursday. Anderson appeared before the Chippewa County Board of Commissioners two weeks ago to request permission to spend every Thursday in Big Stone County for an indefinite period of time. According to Anderson, he was contacted by the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs, and was asked to assist in VSO duties for Big Stone County until a decision is made regarding the county's VSO position. Anderson will be available every Thursday to serve the veterans of Big Stone County. He will receive com- pensation for his services, which will be paid by Big Stone County. Things are buzzin' in the WANT ADS FROM , Bept. 2, 9, 2003) :E L.RING , MINNESOTA that the City will Incil Chambers AVenue at 12:00 22, 2003 to Avenue 3, 14, 15, 16, and buts the 13, 14, 15 -ots 2 and 3, egner Addition of County County of Big ire to be heard )osed street meeting and CITY COUNCIL k K. Grossman -Administrator of Ortonville TtME SHARE, <, tUPMEN1 FIfRSAi[ TAIL EI:S :E :lING MINNESOTA that the City nesota will Chambers 12:00 2003 to Avenue 13, and the 3 and buts Lots 1 and Addition, race with the Ounty of Big to be heard POsed street meeting and f COUNCIL .. Grossman .J  Serving N.E. South Dakota and Western Minnesota for 16 years Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Hospital. Call Lori Larson at 1-320-839-2502for an appointment. (605) 882-2630 or 1-800-658-4763 Mallard Pointe Business Park Watertown, SD BANKFUPTCY "E R\\;'f('4 ]S ,277 lolProw ,7000000 Pay Oy* In Memoriam ] IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Theresa Bowser Though we may not always under- stand God's ways, we know he took you to heaven to ease your suffering and pain. You are forever with us as we hold your memory in our hearts. Fondly remembered, forever loved, Your husband and children 30-1 Allen, Tom, Mary and Kyle IN MEMORIAM In memory of Edwin Karels, who passed away Aug. 24, 1995. REMEMBER ME Remember me when flowers bloom Early in the spring Remember me on sunny days In the fun that summer brings. Remember me in the fall As you walk through the leaves of gold And in the wintertime - remember me In the stories that are told. But most of all remember Each day - right from the start ! will be forever near For I live within your heart. -Judith Karen Bulock Cathy Karels, Chuck and Theresa Rausch and family, John and Barb Karels and family, Jim and Deb Karels and family, Mike and Julie Jansen and family, Steve and Kelly Karels and family, 30-1 Mike Karels IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our beautiful daughter, sister and granddaughter, Holly Mosey, 3/31/79 - 8/19/02 THINK OF ME When you're feeling sad or a little blue, look around and you'll see, I'm here with you...l'm the bird who soars so high above...I'm the one who filled your heart with Iove...l'm the smallest bud of a summer rose...l'm the movement from within only a mother knows...I'm a bright star in the midnight sky...I'm the sparkle in my father's eye...I'm the ripple in glass-like water...I'm your sweet pre- cious daughter...I'm the beauty in the things you see...When you look around just think of me. We think about you every day. You are in our hearts forever, 30-1 Your loving family and friends f. If you're happy and you know it... ...write a letter to the editor! Independent want ads Musical instruments PIANO-Oak console piano, like new. Take on small monthly pay- ments. Immediate possession. May be seen near Ortonville. Call toll free 1-888-666-3512 anytime. PAYLESS PIANO, Granite Falls, MN. 30-1 Rummage & garage sales YARD SALE-564 Minnesota St., No., Ortonville. Clothes, baby things, knick knacks, decorations. Friday, Aug. 22, 5 to 8 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 23, 9 a.m to 2 p.m. 30-1 Windows and Siding CUSTOM BUILT vinyl windows. For new construction or replacement in older homes. We install. Free esti- mates. Please call The Window Place at 605-432-1834 or toll free 877-224- 0745. Thank you. 41-TF Cards of thanks CARD OF THANKS I want to thank all my family, rela- tives and friends who came to my 90th birthday party. You made the day special. God Bless each of you. 30-1 Cynthia Gustafson CARD OF THANKS The family of Doris Nitz express- es a heartfelt thank you to her family and friends for all the love and caring you showed her in her lifetime. Doris was a wonderful sister, Morn, Gram- mie, Great Grammie, aunt, cousin and friend. Thank you to everyone who came to honor her when we brought her home. Thank you for the beautiful flowers, cards and memori- als, the dinner at Deb's and the letters and telephone calls. Thank you also to those who so gently carried her, to Pastor Kasten, Pat Kunz and the United Methodist Women. She is so deeply loved and missed. Our most sincere appreciation to all who cared. May God bless you. Barbee and Jim Wisch, Jason, Debbie, Adrien and ,., ....... Peyton Wb, " JeffEdward h, 30-1" ...... Joey and Kim Wisch CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank my children for the 80th birthday party they had for me. Also thanks to my relatives, friends neighbors and the Texas group. So nice to see you all. Thanks for the cards, money and gifts. Also for the good lunch. It was great to see everyone. It made my day. 30-1 Wendell (Bud) Paulsen Americ,a n Heart sociotion WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE CARD OF THANKS First of all I would like to thank God for giving me 80 years of life to be with my beautiful family. I pray He will allow me a few more. There were good days and bad days, but my family was always there for me. With a prayer, a hug, we need you, love you or with a kiss. I want to thank them with all my heart for the beauti- ful surprise birthday party Aug. 4th at Dragt's Resort. We had a great time. Thank Roxy Ann and Kim who arranged for the special day and all the help from sons and daughters-in- law. I would like to thank my family, relatives and friends for being there. My brother Duane, my best friend for being there. I want to thank you all for the many beautiful cards, gifts and money. Also thank many friends for the cards and money sent through the mail. I want to thank the family for the many, many beautiful red roses and the other beautiful bou- quets, balloons ad decorations. The great potluck dinner and beautiful birthday cake. I would like to thank Sandy and Roxy for the beautiful pic- tures they displayed of our family through the years. I would like to thank Sandy for the beautiful poem she wrote in my honor, It was so per- fect I could hear Larry and Danny from above saying, "Happy 80th Mom and Grandma, we love you." We love you with a big kiss, I really miss. Had a little poem on my fridge for years I would love to share with you... BRING ME ALL YOUR FLOWERS NOW I would rather have a single rose, from the garden of a friend, than have the choicest flowers, When my stay on earth must end. I wold rather have the kindest words, Which may now be said to me, Than flattered when my heart is still And this life has ceased to be. I would rather have a loving smile From the friends I know are true Than tears shed 'round my casket When the world I've bade adieu! My family and friends answered my request. God Bless you all. 30-1 Lillian Knutson i i t Newspat00_ r Think about itl Only newspapers have users who are literate, educated, make more money and have good jobs, the people retailers want to reach. It's where busi- nesses meet their customersl Your Newspaper: The Link to Your Communltyl i i i MCA00 ,ITI.,t,..qF/F_./ Minnesota Chssifi00J Aclvtisin 9 r"tetwol COLORADO RANCH SALE 80 acres $35,900 Only $60/wk Save $$ now and own some of Colorado's best ranches. Enjoy fabulous view OT the Rockies with stunning sunsets! Access to 6000 acres of Fed Rec. area Yr Rnd road with tel/alec. Exc. Owner financing. CAll Toll Free 866/696-5263 Based on 3 yr fixed rate of 6.95% for 15 yrs w/20% down. LAKE BARGAIN $24,900. Free covered boat slipl Gently sloping lake view parcel w/ nice mix of low roiling meadows & trees, Abuts national for- es on 35,000 acts recreational lake in TN. Paved roads, water, sewer, more. Excellent financing. Call now 800/704-3154, exl. 493 TIMESHARE RESALES 60-80% off Retail! Best Resorts & Seasons, Call for FREE Catalog! 800/704-0307. Browse 450 plus resorts onlinei www.halidaygroup.com STEEL BUILDING SALEIll Strong, versatile, dependable, www.senfinalbungs.com. "Helping grow America one steel building at a time." Sentinel Buildings, 800/327-0790, Extension 79. MUST SELLII STEEL BUILDINGS. 30x48, 40x48, 40x60, 50x80, 60x96, 60X120, 80x128, 100x105, 100x208 and MORE. Ideal for all uses, Huge Dieeountsfl Summer/Fail Oeilv'y 877/704-7283. CASH Immediate Cash for structured settlements, annuities, real estate, notes, private mortgage notes, accident cases, end insurance 800/794-7310 peyoum. RATES ARE RISING! Don't miss out-Refinance rwl Improvs your financial posi- tion, purchases. Self.employed, poor credit, okay, No Upfront Fees. Call Kevin, Northern Lights Mortgage 877/567-7392. LIVE-IN AIDE for female quadriplagic. Room. board, wages. Flexible hours. No experience necessary--will train. Family home St, Paul. Help homeschonl, if interested. Jean 651/690-0645 UNIQUEt American Lawworx Legal Centers. Experience unneces- sary. Help others process divorce, bankruptcy, criminal, legal issues. Forms processing provided! Discount Attorney networkl Rewarding incomel www.Arnericanlawworx.com 866/440-290 t IDEAL GIFTS BY FRIENDLY has openings for party plan advisors. Call about our New Manager Program, Decor, Gifts, Toys, Cash, Trips. Recognition. 800/488-4875 www.friendlyhome,com E.A, LANGENFELD SALES COMPANY is looking for individual to set up and build product displays inside home center hardware stores overnight, daytime work schedule. M-E 35-40 hours. Must provide transpOrta- tion. $10-12 per hour with opportunity for FT starting after go days. Travel/mileage reimbursement. Fax resume ATTN: HR to 800/752-4713 or e-mail to scerter@lengenfald.com MAINTENANCE OPENING Responsible for preventative maintenance and repairs of packaging machines Complete benefit package first day. Good wage, relocation pkg available. Send resume to: ConAgra Foods, 820 tlth St. No., St. James, MN 56081, 507/375.3t 24. E.O.E. NEW CAREER? BOILER OPERATOR NEEDED Must have Class B License or higher, a High School diplo- ma or GED. Good wage and benefits. Send resume to: ConAgra Foods, 820 11th St. No., St. James, MN 56081, 507/375-3124. E.O.E MCAN Advertising Network. Advertise your area or resort st a low coat. Want over s million people to see your ed throughout Minnesota? Call this paper or MNA for more details 612-332-8844 EXPLORE Minnesota DRIVER: COMPANY OTR DRIVERS end Owner Operators. 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Buffalo, NY 14225. 800/578-1363, Free information Ext 300-N. TRAILERS, LIVESTOCK, HORSE, enclosed & fletdeck trailers; take advantage of weak Canadian dotlr; no taxes; Penner Trailers, Steinbech, Manitoba; Phone 204/326-4761 or www.pennetrailer,:,m BANKRUPTCY FROM $499 Wayne G. Nelson, Attorney Visit Us On The Web http://www, debtbusterhelp.com Or Call Toll Free 800/490-4142 for travel info: 651-296-5029 or 800-657-3700 www.exploreminnesota.com Where do you find 3.5 million acres of autumn? Right here in tha spectaouie.r Chippewg National Forest. Mll*tnesota's finegt resorts and finest fall fishing, too. Minnesota Northwoods Tourism Bureau 877/955-2755 www.minnesot enor thwoods.com/deals 9, 2003 INDEPENDENT 1 Page 9b notices URE SALE /ERIFICATION OF OF THE TOR WITHIN THE BY LAW IS NOT ACTION. GIVEN, that in the conditions of dated October 9, L. Hanson, a gagor, to Wells a California and filed for ce of the County the County of Big October 23, 2002 the original secured by said that no I has been instituted debt secured by thereof; that with all pre- and acceleration and/or is claimed including ;reof, the sum of D FIFTY- 0 ($39,054.58) pursuant to the n contained, said and the land being in the ;tone, State of as follows, to wit: Lot One (1), that part of as the Northerly' in Block One to the City said Lot One 03 of 87.3 feet to of Lot Two 47 minutes Lots One a distance of 90 corner of said an Easterly / distance of beginning. nnesota of said county at lighest bidder on 0:00 AM at the g Stone County st Second Street, pay the debt gage and by the and the rents allowed by by law for their or assigns is date of sale. from financial none. D BY LAWFOR PROFESSIORFiL OFFICE SPFiCE Space available for lease! The two office suites consists of 360 square feet with main street exposure. It is located in the newly remodeled Ash & Reedstrom/Schreiner of Council Building at 25 NW 2nd Street, Ortonville. MN. Also the upstairs (4,900 sq ft) Apartment, Condo. Office can be leased or purchased. Take a tour anytime, contact your local real estate Broker or ca 83%3939 (24/7) FIVE WEEKS IS ENTERED STATUTES, 3, S, THAT THE ARE :IESIDENTIAL THAN FIVE USED RODUCTION, FARGO HOME INC. Mortgagee NOTICE PROBATE COURT DISTRICT COURT PROBATE DIVISION STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF BIG STONE AMENDED ORDER AND NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF INTESTACY, DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP AND APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE IN SUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS In Re: Estate of MATHILDA K. FOSSEN a/k/a MATHILDA FOSSEN, Deceased TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS AND CREDITORS: It is Ordered and Notice is hereby given that on the 10th day of September 2003, at 8:30 A.M., a hearing will be held in the above named Court at the Courtroom of the Big Stone County Courthouse, 20 SE 2nd Street, Ortonville, Minnesota, for the adjudication of intestacy and determination of heirship and for the appointment of Daniel J. Hanratty whose address is c/o Big Stone County Family Service Center, 340 Northwest Second Street, Ortonville, MN 56278 as personal representative of the estate of the above named decedent in supervised administration, and any objection thereto must be filed with the Court. That, if proper, and no objections are filed, said representative will be appointed to administer the estate, to collect all assets, pay all legal debts, claims, taxes and expenses, and sell real and personal property, and do all necessary acts for the estate. Upon completion of the administration, the representative shall file a final account for the allowance and shall distribute the estate to the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by the Court, and close the estate. Notice is further given that ALL CREDITORS having claims against said estate are required to present the same to said personal representative or to the Court Administrator within four months after the date of this notice or said claims will be barred. Dated: Aug. 5, 2003 Peter A. Heft, Judge Diana Shelstad, Court Administrator William J, Watson Attorney 37 NW Second Street Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-6197 (Aug. 12, 19, 2003) 00the Inexpensive Way00 Farm family recognition Aug. 24 at State Fair Fifty-three farm families representing 44 Minnesota counties will be honored by the University of Minnesota on Sunday, August 24 at the Minnesota State Fair. The families will be recognized for their contributions to the agricultural industry, their communities and the state. Farm families receiving honors have demonstrated a commitment to enhancing and supporting agriculture and agricultural production. Eight families will be recognized for "New agricultural initiative" efforts, such as developing innovative ways to solve an environmental problem, adopting a rotational grazing system or adding alternative or value-added crops. University of Minnesota units sponsoring the event include the College of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences; Extension Service; Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station; and College of Veterinary Medicine. "Representing Big Stone County at this event will be Bruce and Sheila Hoernemann who were selected earlier this year by the Big Stone County Extension Committee as Big Stone County's Farm Family of the Year in 2003," according to John Cunningham, Big Stone County Extension Director. Anderson to help with VSO duties Chippewa County Veteran's Service Officer, Dennis Anderson will be assisting Big Stone County veter- ans every Thursday. Anderson appeared before the Chippewa County Board of Commissioners two weeks ago to request permission to spend every Thursday in Big Stone County for an indefinite period of time. According to Anderson, he was contacted by the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs, and was asked to assist in VSO duties for Big Stone County until a decision is made regarding the county's VSO position. Anderson will be available every Thursday to serve the veterans of Big Stone County. He will receive com- pensation for his services, which will be paid by Big Stone County. Things are buzzin' in the WANT ADS FROM , Bept. 2, 9, 2003) :E L.RING , MINNESOTA that the City will Incil Chambers AVenue at 12:00 22, 2003 to Avenue 3, 14, 15, 16, and buts the 13, 14, 15 -ots 2 and 3, egner Addition of County County of Big ire to be heard )osed street meeting and CITY COUNCIL k K. Grossman -Administrator of Ortonville TtME SHARE, <, tUPMEN1 FIfRSAi[ TAIL EI:S :E :lING MINNESOTA that the City nesota will Chambers 12:00 2003 to Avenue 13, and the 3 and buts Lots 1 and Addition, race with the Ounty of Big to be heard POsed street meeting and f COUNCIL .. Grossman .J  Serving N.E. South Dakota and Western Minnesota for 16 years Seeing patients weekly at the Ortonville Hospital. Call Lori Larson at 1-320-839-2502for an appointment. (605) 882-2630 or 1-800-658-4763 Mallard Pointe Business Park Watertown, SD BANKFUPTCY "E R\\;'f('4 ]S ,277 lolProw ,7000000 Pay Oy* In Memoriam ] IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Theresa Bowser Though we may not always under- stand God's ways, we know he took you to heaven to ease your suffering and pain. You are forever with us as we hold your memory in our hearts. Fondly remembered, forever loved, Your husband and children 30-1 Allen, Tom, Mary and Kyle IN MEMORIAM In memory of Edwin Karels, who passed away Aug. 24, 1995. REMEMBER ME Remember me when flowers bloom Early in the spring Remember me on sunny days In the fun that summer brings. Remember me in the fall As you walk through the leaves of gold And in the wintertime - remember me In the stories that are told. But most of all remember Each day - right from the start ! will be forever near For I live within your heart. -Judith Karen Bulock Cathy Karels, Chuck and Theresa Rausch and family, John and Barb Karels and family, Jim and Deb Karels and family, Mike and Julie Jansen and family, Steve and Kelly Karels and family, 30-1 Mike Karels IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our beautiful daughter, sister and granddaughter, Holly Mosey, 3/31/79 - 8/19/02 THINK OF ME When you're feeling sad or a little blue, look around and you'll see, I'm here with you...l'm the bird who soars so high above...I'm the one who filled your heart with Iove...l'm the smallest bud of a summer rose...l'm the movement from within only a mother knows...I'm a bright star in the midnight sky...I'm the sparkle in my father's eye...I'm the ripple in glass-like water...I'm your sweet pre- cious daughter...I'm the beauty in the things you see...When you look around just think of me. We think about you every day. You are in our hearts forever, 30-1 Your loving family and friends f. If you're happy and you know it... ...write a letter to the editor! Independent want ads Musical instruments PIANO-Oak console piano, like new. Take on small monthly pay- ments. Immediate possession. May be seen near Ortonville. Call toll free 1-888-666-3512 anytime. PAYLESS PIANO, Granite Falls, MN. 30-1 Rummage & garage sales YARD SALE-564 Minnesota St., No., Ortonville. Clothes, baby things, knick knacks, decorations. Friday, Aug. 22, 5 to 8 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 23, 9 a.m to 2 p.m. 30-1 Windows and Siding CUSTOM BUILT vinyl windows. For new construction or replacement in older homes. We install. Free esti- mates. Please call The Window Place at 605-432-1834 or toll free 877-224- 0745. Thank you. 41-TF Cards of thanks CARD OF THANKS I want to thank all my family, rela- tives and friends who came to my 90th birthday party. You made the day special. God Bless each of you. 30-1 Cynthia Gustafson CARD OF THANKS The family of Doris Nitz express- es a heartfelt thank you to her family and friends for all the love and caring you showed her in her lifetime. Doris was a wonderful sister, Morn, Gram- mie, Great Grammie, aunt, cousin and friend. Thank you to everyone who came to honor her when we brought her home. Thank you for the beautiful flowers, cards and memori- als, the dinner at Deb's and the letters and telephone calls. Thank you also to those who so gently carried her, to Pastor Kasten, Pat Kunz and the United Methodist Women. She is so deeply loved and missed. Our most sincere appreciation to all who cared. May God bless you. Barbee and Jim Wisch, Jason, Debbie, Adrien and ,., ....... Peyton Wb, " JeffEdward h, 30-1" ...... Joey and Kim Wisch CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank my children for the 80th birthday party they had for me. Also thanks to my relatives, friends neighbors and the Texas group. So nice to see you all. Thanks for the cards, money and gifts. Also for the good lunch. It was great to see everyone. It made my day. 30-1 Wendell (Bud) Paulsen Americ,a n Heart sociotion WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE CARD OF THANKS First of all I would like to thank God for giving me 80 years of life to be with my beautiful family. I pray He will allow me a few more. There were good days and bad days, but my family was always there for me. With a prayer, a hug, we need you, love you or with a kiss. I want to thank them with all my heart for the beauti- ful surprise birthday party Aug. 4th at Dragt's Resort. We had a great time. Thank Roxy Ann and Kim who arranged for the special day and all the help from sons and daughters-in- law. I would like to thank my family, relatives and friends for being there. My brother Duane, my best friend for being there. I want to thank you all for the many beautiful cards, gifts and money. Also thank many friends for the cards and money sent through the mail. I want to thank the family for the many, many beautiful red roses and the other beautiful bou- quets, balloons ad decorations. The great potluck dinner and beautiful birthday cake. I would like to thank Sandy and Roxy for the beautiful pic- tures they displayed of our family through the years. I would like to thank Sandy for the beautiful poem she wrote in my honor, It was so per- fect I could hear Larry and Danny from above saying, "Happy 80th Mom and Grandma, we love you." We love you with a big kiss, I really miss. Had a little poem on my fridge for years I would love to share with you... BRING ME ALL YOUR FLOWERS NOW I would rather have a single rose, from the garden of a friend, than have the choicest flowers, When my stay on earth must end. I wold rather have the kindest words, Which may now be said to me, Than flattered when my heart is still And this life has ceased to be. I would rather have a loving smile From the friends I know are true Than tears shed 'round my casket When the world I've bade adieu! My family and friends answered my request. God Bless you all. 30-1 Lillian Knutson i i t Newspat00_ r Think about itl Only newspapers have users who are literate, educated, make more money and have good jobs, the people retailers want to reach. It's where busi- nesses meet their customersl Your Newspaper: The Link to Your Communltyl i i i MCA00 ,ITI.,t,..qF/F_./ Minnesota Chssifi00J Aclvtisin 9 r"tetwol COLORADO RANCH SALE 80 acres $35,900 Only $60/wk Save $$ now and own some of Colorado's best ranches. Enjoy fabulous view OT the Rockies with stunning sunsets! Access to 6000 acres of Fed Rec. area Yr Rnd road with tel/alec. Exc. Owner financing. CAll Toll Free 866/696-5263 Based on 3 yr fixed rate of 6.95% for 15 yrs w/20% down. LAKE BARGAIN $24,900. Free covered boat slipl Gently sloping lake view parcel w/ nice mix of low roiling meadows & trees, Abuts national for- es on 35,000 acts recreational lake in TN. Paved roads, water, sewer, more. Excellent financing. Call now 800/704-3154, exl. 493 TIMESHARE RESALES 60-80% off Retail! Best Resorts & Seasons, Call for FREE Catalog! 800/704-0307. Browse 450 plus resorts onlinei www.halidaygroup.com STEEL BUILDING SALEIll Strong, versatile, dependable, www.senfinalbungs.com. "Helping grow America one steel building at a time." Sentinel Buildings, 800/327-0790, Extension 79. MUST SELLII STEEL BUILDINGS. 30x48, 40x48, 40x60, 50x80, 60x96, 60X120, 80x128, 100x105, 100x208 and MORE. Ideal for all uses, Huge Dieeountsfl Summer/Fail Oeilv'y 877/704-7283. CASH Immediate Cash for structured settlements, annuities, real estate, notes, private mortgage notes, accident cases, end insurance 800/794-7310 peyoum. RATES ARE RISING! 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