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SALE ) VERIFICATION OF IDENTITY OF THE 4TOR WITHIN THE BY LAW IS NOT IS ACTION. GIVEN, that in the conditions of dated October 9, Lisa L. Hanson, a mortgagor, to Wells Inc., a California lee, and filed for ce of the County the County of Big on October 23, 2002 154303; the original secured by said $37,500.00; that no has been instituted the debt secured by thereof; that with all pre- and acceleration id mortgage, and/or ; that there is claimed including the sum of FIFTY- 0 ($39,054.58) pursuant to the contained, said foreclosed and the !and being in the ;tone, State of as follows, to wit: rt of Lot One (1), that part of as Northerly in Block One to the City ally platted, of the Lot One 03 } feet to corner of Lot Two lhwesterly 47 minutes Lots One 90 of said in an Easterly Northerly tOne (1) distance of beginning. of said county at highest bidder on 10:00 AM at the Stone County st Second Street, to pay the debt mortgage and paid by the and the allowed by d by law for their or assigns is sale. from financial none. REPORTS FROM COUNCIL COMMITTEES: not i c e s Arndt moved and Sellin seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 03-077 RESOLUTION APPROVING CITY SHOP REPAIR IN THE AMOUNT OF E NOTICE $14,105.11 BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY OF PUBLIC HEARING BY THE RESOLVED, that upon the BOARD OF APPEAL AND recommendation of the Street BY LAW FOR MORTGAGOR, PERSONAL S OR ASSIGNS, TO FIVE WEEKS ER IS ENTERED STATUTES, DETERMINING, THAT THE ARE RESIDENTIAL THAN FIVE USED 'REDUCTION, ,Floor FARGO HOME ,E, INC. Mortgagee FROM , Sept. 2, 9, 2003) ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF ORTONVILLE Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, September 9, 2003, the City of Ortonville's Board of Appeal and Adjustment will hold a Public Hearing at the City Offices located at 315 Madison Avenue at 4:30 p.m. At the Public Hearing the Board will consider a conditional use permit request of the Economic Development Authority of the City of Ortonville for the purpose of construction of a Senior Housing Project. The legal description of the property is Lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, Block 2 and Lots 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, Block 3, LundelI-Stegner Addition according to the Auditor's plat on file in the office of the county recorder in Big Stone County, Minnesota. The permit request, if approved, would allow the Economic Development Authority of the City of Ortonville to open and operate a Senior Housing Project. Such operations are allowed underthe City of Ortonville's zoning ordinance in a Low Density Residential Zone (R1) and Medium Density Residential Zone (R2) by conditional use. Persons desiring to be heard with reference to the proposed zoning amendment request will be heard at this meeting. ORTONVlLLE PLANNING COMMISSION / BOARD OF APPEAL AND ADJUSTMENT (Aug, 26, 2003) PROCEEDINGS OF THE ORTONVILLE CITY COUNCIL MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 2003 7:00 PM SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Mayor Dinnel called the regular meeting of the Ortonville City Council to order at 7:00 P.M. Roll call was taken with the following being present: Lisa Berkner, Lenore Sellin, Mike Dorry, Dan Cakes, Artie Arndt with the following absent: Mel Reinke. City Staff Present: Char Grossman, Tim Scherer. Media present: Beth Fuller. Others Present: MsI Ehlert, Roy Bailey. AGENDA AMENDMENTS: A motion was offered by Dorry and seconded by Arndt and did pass unanimously to approve the agenda as amended: Addition: New Business: 13.d Ortonville Fire Department Non- Intoxicating Malt Liquor License for Cornfest 13.e DNR Deer Management 13.f City Council Retreat CONSENT AGENDA: Mayor Dinnet asked if there were any .additions, correctioS,,Or deletiorbe made to the Consent Agenda. Motion was made by Cakes and seconded by Berkner. to approve the Consent Agenda which included the following items: 9.a: Motion approving proposed council minutes of July 21,2003. 13.a: Motion approving Homecoming parade request. 13.b: Motion approving the gambling permit for St. John!s Catholic Church's Fall Bazaar on 9/28/03. 13.c:Oakes moved and Berkner seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 03-076 AUTHORIZATION TO EXECUTE MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION GRANT AGREEMENT FOR AIRPORT MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION BE IT 'AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Ortonville as follows: 1. That the State of Minnesota Agreement No. 85359, "Grant Agreement for Airport Maintenance and Operation," at the Ortonville Municipal Airport is accepted. 2. That the Mayor and City Clerk- Administrator are authorized to execute this Agreement and any amendments on behalf of the City of Ortonville. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: Sellin, Berkner, Arndt, Dinnel, Dorry. Cakes and the following voted nay: none. Resolution 03-076 passed this 4th day of August 2003. 15. Motion approving payment of bills as presented. With all members voting in favor, the motion carried. Committee, the City will accept the quote from Vollmer Construction in the amount of $14,105.1'1 for the repair of the front of the City Shop. Dan Cakes questioned the priorities as to the use of the capital expenditure funds. After further discussion the repair of the City Shop was pulled and referred to the budget committee for recommendations. NEW BUSINESS: Dinnel moved and Cakes seconded and the motion passed unanimously approving the Ortonville Fire Department Non-Intoxicating Malt Liquor License for Cornfest. Dorry moved and Cakes seconded and the motion passed unanimously to send a letter to Dave Soehren of the DNR to begin a deer management program in Ortonville. Arndt moved and Cakes seconded and the motion passed unanimously to schedule a City Council Retreat on August 28, 2003 at the Golf Clubhouse from 9:00 A.M.-12:00 Noon. EXECUTIVE SESSION: At 7:20 Mayor Dinnel announced that the council would be entering executive session according to Minnesota Stature 13D.01 for the purpose of the City Clerk/Administrator job performance review. At 8:04 Mayor Dinnel declared the executive session ended and with no action taken thereon, reopened the regular meeting to the public. Mayor Dinnel informed the council that he will be serving on Senator Coteman's Mayor Advisory Committee. After further discussion; the City Council Retreat scheduled for August 28, 2003 has be rescheduled to September 3, 2003 at the Golf Clubhouse from 9:00 AM.-12:00 Noon. ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business to come before the Council, Dorry moved the adjournment of the meeting and with no objections thereto, Dinnel adjourned the August 4, 2003 regular meeting of the Ortonville City Council at 8:07 P.M. Charleen K. Grossman City Clerk-Administrator Library The hours of the Ortonville Library are Monday - Thursday 12 - 8 p.m. arid 'Friday 'and'Saturday 1'0  3p.m: Be .sure to stop down at Bill's Super Valu parking lot on Friday and Saturday, August 29 and 30th for our fund raiser of a hot dog, pop and an ice cream bar for $1.50 from 10:30 - 2 each day. Proceeds will go to purchase new computers at the library. New in General Fiction is Danielle Steel's "Johnny Angel". Having lost her beloved valedictorian son in a tragic car accident, Alice Peterson begins to experience encouraging visions of her son, which are also witnessed by the late boy's troubled nine year old brother. New in Historical Fiction is Sharyn McCrumb's "Ghost Riders". Disguising herself as a boy in order to join the Union army alongside her husband, Malinda Blalock raids the farms of Confederate sympathizers, avenges Confederate raids on their loved ones, and promotes the efforts of Confederate governor Zebulon Vance, who would protect Appalachian interests. New in Mystery is Leslie Meier's "Father's Day Murder". While attending a Boston newspaper conference, part time reporter and occasional sleuth Lucy Stone embarks on her latest mystery when Luther Read, the owner of a failing newspaper empire who had many enemies, including his family, is murdered just before Father's Day. ffordable, Well Built, e Buildings, Delivered to You SALI .S EARKEZT!NG DBL doors, 1 window and two vents • 4x4 Pressure 2x4 and 2x6 treated floor joists • All frame-work 16" oc • 5/8 plywood studs • 15/32 Duratemp fir exterior siding • 7/16 OSB roof sheeting paint (choice of color) • 25 year CT shingles (choice of color) i r TA STORAGE BUILDINGS A E STAll:: FINA4CtAL Street • Milbank, SD 57252 (5.8 miles South of Milbank, Hwy 15) .F. 8.m-Spm • S=. By Appt. Call 605-432-6889 Independent want ads I 'OO Chrysler Town & Country 12g s11,985 #045 Cards of thanks CARD OF TIIANKS We would like to thank the com- munity of Ortonville for the past 12 years. A special thank you to all of the people who gave us farewell par- ties, the gifts and all the special well wishes. Ortonville is truly a town with a heart and we will miss you! Sincerely, Mark, Shari, Kelsey and 31-1 Landon Dybdal CARD OF THANKS We thank you many dear friends and family fl)r remembering us on our 50th wedding anniversary in so many beautiful ways...your words, your hugs, cards and gifts. God has blessed us through our 50 years together. This was truly a celebration of blessings! 31-1 Bill and Donna tIoel CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank all my many friends and family for the visits, phone calls, flowers and many cards wishing me well and for a successful recovery. Also many thanks to my family who all came to be with me during my heart surgery and stayed with me while I was in MeritCare. Thanks to all the doctors, nurses, therapists and the staff at both hospi- tals, in Ortonville and Fargo. Also to the pastors who came to visit and for their prayers. Thanks to my wonder- ful family for all they have done and are still doing. Thank you to every one of you for all your concern and well wishes. I love you all. 31 - 1 Leona Tober CARD OF THANKS My grateful thanks for speedy and excellent care by ambulance crew, Dr. Beyer and all the hospital employees. Special thanks to Father Bob. To all who sent cards, flowers, telephone calls and visits, thank you. God Bless, 31-1 Dale Hausauer CAR1-) OF TllANKS The family of Jacob Riley wishes to express a heartfelt thank you to each and every one of you wht called, offered prayers or stopped by our homes, those who brought food, gifts, flowers and cards. Thank you to Pastor Scott Johnson and Pastier Cheryl Matthews for their presence and comfort,to the Groups of Peace Lutheran Church for the meal. ]b Jay, Colleen and the rest of the staff at the Pederson Funeral Ilome, you have been blessed with the gifts of comfort and care, In our time of tragedy you were our light at the end of the tun- nel. May God bless all who touched our lives. Lori Riley. Lee Self err, Jonathan Bartz, John Riley, Greg, Rachel and Reanna Ward, Bridget and Meghan Riley, Koel, Kode and Kore Scifert. Art Seifert. Jim and Pat l)erno, Chuck arid Verda Bart,', June Cudrio, 31-1 Aunts, Uncles and Cousins Birthdays As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Tuesday, Aug. 26 Rita Lindholm, Sara Ann Kockx, Karissa Schneck Dennis, Brian Hofhenke, Bernie Bailing, Blaine Wiseman, Terry Kalberg Wednesday, Aug. 27 Marcy Belgum Fellows, Leita McEwen, Deborah Henningson, Kim Scheff Worrall, Terri Swenson Thursday, Aug. 28 Sheila Worrall Stern, Tom Scoblic, Virginia Blomgren, Marlys Corneliscn, Courtney Rae Meyer, Kaitlin Wiseman, Sara Dorry Reinke, Shirley Hein, Jennifer Thymian Friday, Aug. 29 Jim Hippie, Jennifer Conrad, Rose Marie Fridgen, Evelyn OIson, Jesse Barnhardt, Nicolle Victoria Jackson, Jamie Streich, Gladys Torgerson, Dianne Dorry, Samuel Kanten, Diane Rodengen Dinnel Saturday, Aug. 30 Roxanne Swigerd Hames, Jim Nelson, John Schlagel, Lynn Marie Johnson, Jerri Van Hout, Luverne Hofhenke, Cindy Torgcrson, Tim Burdick, Mitchell Allen Brecke, Sheila Hermes Hoernemann, Bronson Scheff, Mitchell Taffe Sunday, Aug. 31 Gloria Arndt, Susan Schreiner, Emily Hinders, Mike Lee, Patrick Ketz, David Ehlebracht, Ardith Emde Monday, Sept. 1 Terry Sester, Bruce Gloege, Mary Elizabeth Fridgen, Susan Rheingans, Sandra Homan Hanson, Diane Kiernat Rieck, Karl Backstrand, Matthew Streed, Joshua Michael Miller, Brian Voth, Kent Backstrand, Candice Nelson, Karin Freiwald, Neale Henrich Tuesday, Sept. 2 Mrs. Larry Conrad, Juli Sellin Morris, Michael Barrett, Mark Nypen, Sara Tillman, Penny Stelling, Megan Stenzcl, Nathan Thompson, Tammy Barrett, Emma Catherine Kuehnel, Ben Dotty Reading newspapers is an exercise in freedom. Speak up for the First Amendment. r- '02 Chrysler Sebring Lxi 15,000 miles 2003 MOBILE HOME TAXES $50.00 or less PAID IN FULL ................. Sept. 2nd 1st Half Tax due ........... Sept. 2nd 2nd Half Tax due .......... Nov. 17th (8% penalty added after the due date) Cindy Nelson, Treasurer Big Stone County Ortonville, MN 56278 MCA00 Minnesota Classifiec] Aclvedisinq dwor[ COLORADO RANCH SALE 80 sores $35,900 Only $60/wk Save $$ new and own some of Colorado's best ranches. Enjoy fabulous view of the Rockies with stunning sunsets! Access to 6000 acres of Fed. Rec. area. Yr Red road with tel/efec. Exc. Owner financing. Call Toti Free 8696-5263. Based on 3 yr fixed rate of 6.95% for 15 yrs w/20% down. LAKE BARGAIN $24,900. Free coveted boat slipl Gently sloping lake view parcel w/ nice mix of low rolling meadows & trees. Abs national for- est on 35,000 acre recreational lake in TN. Paved roads, water, sewer, more, Excellent financing. 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Hanson, a mortgagor, to Wells Inc., a California lee, and filed for ce of the County the County of Big on October 23, 2002 154303; the original secured by said $37,500.00; that no has been instituted the debt secured by thereof; that with all pre- and acceleration id mortgage, and/or ; that there is claimed including the sum of FIFTY- 0 ($39,054.58) pursuant to the contained, said foreclosed and the !and being in the ;tone, State of as follows, to wit: rt of Lot One (1), that part of as Northerly in Block One to the City ally platted, of the Lot One 03 } feet to corner of Lot Two lhwesterly 47 minutes Lots One 90 of said in an Easterly Northerly tOne (1) distance of beginning. of said county at highest bidder on 10:00 AM at the Stone County st Second Street, to pay the debt mortgage and paid by the and the allowed by d by law for their or assigns is sale. from financial none. REPORTS FROM COUNCIL COMMITTEES: not i c e s Arndt moved and Sellin seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 03-077 RESOLUTION APPROVING CITY SHOP REPAIR IN THE AMOUNT OF E NOTICE $14,105.11 BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY OF PUBLIC HEARING BY THE RESOLVED, that upon the BOARD OF APPEAL AND recommendation of the Street BY LAW FOR MORTGAGOR, PERSONAL S OR ASSIGNS, TO FIVE WEEKS ER IS ENTERED STATUTES, DETERMINING, THAT THE ARE RESIDENTIAL THAN FIVE USED 'REDUCTION, ,Floor FARGO HOME ,E, INC. Mortgagee FROM , Sept. 2, 9, 2003) ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF ORTONVILLE Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, September 9, 2003, the City of Ortonville's Board of Appeal and Adjustment will hold a Public Hearing at the City Offices located at 315 Madison Avenue at 4:30 p.m. At the Public Hearing the Board will consider a conditional use permit request of the Economic Development Authority of the City of Ortonville for the purpose of construction of a Senior Housing Project. The legal description of the property is Lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, Block 2 and Lots 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, Block 3, LundelI-Stegner Addition according to the Auditor's plat on file in the office of the county recorder in Big Stone County, Minnesota. The permit request, if approved, would allow the Economic Development Authority of the City of Ortonville to open and operate a Senior Housing Project. Such operations are allowed underthe City of Ortonville's zoning ordinance in a Low Density Residential Zone (R1) and Medium Density Residential Zone (R2) by conditional use. Persons desiring to be heard with reference to the proposed zoning amendment request will be heard at this meeting. ORTONVlLLE PLANNING COMMISSION / BOARD OF APPEAL AND ADJUSTMENT (Aug, 26, 2003) PROCEEDINGS OF THE ORTONVILLE CITY COUNCIL MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 2003 7:00 PM SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Mayor Dinnel called the regular meeting of the Ortonville City Council to order at 7:00 P.M. Roll call was taken with the following being present: Lisa Berkner, Lenore Sellin, Mike Dorry, Dan Cakes, Artie Arndt with the following absent: Mel Reinke. City Staff Present: Char Grossman, Tim Scherer. Media present: Beth Fuller. Others Present: MsI Ehlert, Roy Bailey. AGENDA AMENDMENTS: A motion was offered by Dorry and seconded by Arndt and did pass unanimously to approve the agenda as amended: Addition: New Business: 13.d Ortonville Fire Department Non- Intoxicating Malt Liquor License for Cornfest 13.e DNR Deer Management 13.f City Council Retreat CONSENT AGENDA: Mayor Dinnet asked if there were any .additions, correctioS,,Or deletiorbe made to the Consent Agenda. Motion was made by Cakes and seconded by Berkner. to approve the Consent Agenda which included the following items: 9.a: Motion approving proposed council minutes of July 21,2003. 13.a: Motion approving Homecoming parade request. 13.b: Motion approving the gambling permit for St. John!s Catholic Church's Fall Bazaar on 9/28/03. 13.c:Oakes moved and Berkner seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 03-076 AUTHORIZATION TO EXECUTE MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION GRANT AGREEMENT FOR AIRPORT MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION BE IT 'AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Ortonville as follows: 1. That the State of Minnesota Agreement No. 85359, "Grant Agreement for Airport Maintenance and Operation," at the Ortonville Municipal Airport is accepted. 2. That the Mayor and City Clerk- Administrator are authorized to execute this Agreement and any amendments on behalf of the City of Ortonville. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: Sellin, Berkner, Arndt, Dinnel, Dorry. Cakes and the following voted nay: none. Resolution 03-076 passed this 4th day of August 2003. 15. Motion approving payment of bills as presented. With all members voting in favor, the motion carried. Committee, the City will accept the quote from Vollmer Construction in the amount of $14,105.1'1 for the repair of the front of the City Shop. Dan Cakes questioned the priorities as to the use of the capital expenditure funds. After further discussion the repair of the City Shop was pulled and referred to the budget committee for recommendations. NEW BUSINESS: Dinnel moved and Cakes seconded and the motion passed unanimously approving the Ortonville Fire Department Non-Intoxicating Malt Liquor License for Cornfest. Dorry moved and Cakes seconded and the motion passed unanimously to send a letter to Dave Soehren of the DNR to begin a deer management program in Ortonville. Arndt moved and Cakes seconded and the motion passed unanimously to schedule a City Council Retreat on August 28, 2003 at the Golf Clubhouse from 9:00 A.M.-12:00 Noon. EXECUTIVE SESSION: At 7:20 Mayor Dinnel announced that the council would be entering executive session according to Minnesota Stature 13D.01 for the purpose of the City Clerk/Administrator job performance review. At 8:04 Mayor Dinnel declared the executive session ended and with no action taken thereon, reopened the regular meeting to the public. Mayor Dinnel informed the council that he will be serving on Senator Coteman's Mayor Advisory Committee. After further discussion; the City Council Retreat scheduled for August 28, 2003 has be rescheduled to September 3, 2003 at the Golf Clubhouse from 9:00 AM.-12:00 Noon. ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business to come before the Council, Dorry moved the adjournment of the meeting and with no objections thereto, Dinnel adjourned the August 4, 2003 regular meeting of the Ortonville City Council at 8:07 P.M. Charleen K. Grossman City Clerk-Administrator Library The hours of the Ortonville Library are Monday - Thursday 12 - 8 p.m. arid 'Friday 'and'Saturday 1'0  3p.m: Be .sure to stop down at Bill's Super Valu parking lot on Friday and Saturday, August 29 and 30th for our fund raiser of a hot dog, pop and an ice cream bar for $1.50 from 10:30 - 2 each day. Proceeds will go to purchase new computers at the library. New in General Fiction is Danielle Steel's "Johnny Angel". Having lost her beloved valedictorian son in a tragic car accident, Alice Peterson begins to experience encouraging visions of her son, which are also witnessed by the late boy's troubled nine year old brother. New in Historical Fiction is Sharyn McCrumb's "Ghost Riders". Disguising herself as a boy in order to join the Union army alongside her husband, Malinda Blalock raids the farms of Confederate sympathizers, avenges Confederate raids on their loved ones, and promotes the efforts of Confederate governor Zebulon Vance, who would protect Appalachian interests. New in Mystery is Leslie Meier's "Father's Day Murder". While attending a Boston newspaper conference, part time reporter and occasional sleuth Lucy Stone embarks on her latest mystery when Luther Read, the owner of a failing newspaper empire who had many enemies, including his family, is murdered just before Father's Day. ffordable, Well Built, e Buildings, Delivered to You SALI .S EARKEZT!NG DBL doors, 1 window and two vents • 4x4 Pressure 2x4 and 2x6 treated floor joists • All frame-work 16" oc • 5/8 plywood studs • 15/32 Duratemp fir exterior siding • 7/16 OSB roof sheeting paint (choice of color) • 25 year CT shingles (choice of color) i r TA STORAGE BUILDINGS A E STAll:: FINA4CtAL Street • Milbank, SD 57252 (5.8 miles South of Milbank, Hwy 15) .F. 8.m-Spm • S=. By Appt. Call 605-432-6889 Independent want ads I 'OO Chrysler Town & Country 12g s11,985 #045 Cards of thanks CARD OF TIIANKS We would like to thank the com- munity of Ortonville for the past 12 years. A special thank you to all of the people who gave us farewell par- ties, the gifts and all the special well wishes. Ortonville is truly a town with a heart and we will miss you! Sincerely, Mark, Shari, Kelsey and 31-1 Landon Dybdal CARD OF THANKS We thank you many dear friends and family fl)r remembering us on our 50th wedding anniversary in so many beautiful ways...your words, your hugs, cards and gifts. God has blessed us through our 50 years together. This was truly a celebration of blessings! 31-1 Bill and Donna tIoel CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank all my many friends and family for the visits, phone calls, flowers and many cards wishing me well and for a successful recovery. Also many thanks to my family who all came to be with me during my heart surgery and stayed with me while I was in MeritCare. Thanks to all the doctors, nurses, therapists and the staff at both hospi- tals, in Ortonville and Fargo. Also to the pastors who came to visit and for their prayers. Thanks to my wonder- ful family for all they have done and are still doing. Thank you to every one of you for all your concern and well wishes. I love you all. 31 - 1 Leona Tober CARD OF THANKS My grateful thanks for speedy and excellent care by ambulance crew, Dr. Beyer and all the hospital employees. Special thanks to Father Bob. To all who sent cards, flowers, telephone calls and visits, thank you. God Bless, 31-1 Dale Hausauer CAR1-) OF TllANKS The family of Jacob Riley wishes to express a heartfelt thank you to each and every one of you wht called, offered prayers or stopped by our homes, those who brought food, gifts, flowers and cards. Thank you to Pastor Scott Johnson and Pastier Cheryl Matthews for their presence and comfort,to the Groups of Peace Lutheran Church for the meal. ]b Jay, Colleen and the rest of the staff at the Pederson Funeral Ilome, you have been blessed with the gifts of comfort and care, In our time of tragedy you were our light at the end of the tun- nel. May God bless all who touched our lives. Lori Riley. Lee Self err, Jonathan Bartz, John Riley, Greg, Rachel and Reanna Ward, Bridget and Meghan Riley, Koel, Kode and Kore Scifert. Art Seifert. Jim and Pat l)erno, Chuck arid Verda Bart,', June Cudrio, 31-1 Aunts, Uncles and Cousins Birthdays As Taken From The Big Stone American Legion Auxiliary Birthday Calendar. Tuesday, Aug. 26 Rita Lindholm, Sara Ann Kockx, Karissa Schneck Dennis, Brian Hofhenke, Bernie Bailing, Blaine Wiseman, Terry Kalberg Wednesday, Aug. 27 Marcy Belgum Fellows, Leita McEwen, Deborah Henningson, Kim Scheff Worrall, Terri Swenson Thursday, Aug. 28 Sheila Worrall Stern, Tom Scoblic, Virginia Blomgren, Marlys Corneliscn, Courtney Rae Meyer, Kaitlin Wiseman, Sara Dorry Reinke, Shirley Hein, Jennifer Thymian Friday, Aug. 29 Jim Hippie, Jennifer Conrad, Rose Marie Fridgen, Evelyn OIson, Jesse Barnhardt, Nicolle Victoria Jackson, Jamie Streich, Gladys Torgerson, Dianne Dorry, Samuel Kanten, Diane Rodengen Dinnel Saturday, Aug. 30 Roxanne Swigerd Hames, Jim Nelson, John Schlagel, Lynn Marie Johnson, Jerri Van Hout, Luverne Hofhenke, Cindy Torgcrson, Tim Burdick, Mitchell Allen Brecke, Sheila Hermes Hoernemann, Bronson Scheff, Mitchell Taffe Sunday, Aug. 31 Gloria Arndt, Susan Schreiner, Emily Hinders, Mike Lee, Patrick Ketz, David Ehlebracht, Ardith Emde Monday, Sept. 1 Terry Sester, Bruce Gloege, Mary Elizabeth Fridgen, Susan Rheingans, Sandra Homan Hanson, Diane Kiernat Rieck, Karl Backstrand, Matthew Streed, Joshua Michael Miller, Brian Voth, Kent Backstrand, Candice Nelson, Karin Freiwald, Neale Henrich Tuesday, Sept. 2 Mrs. Larry Conrad, Juli Sellin Morris, Michael Barrett, Mark Nypen, Sara Tillman, Penny Stelling, Megan Stenzcl, Nathan Thompson, Tammy Barrett, Emma Catherine Kuehnel, Ben Dotty Reading newspapers is an exercise in freedom. Speak up for the First Amendment. r- '02 Chrysler Sebring Lxi 15,000 miles 2003 MOBILE HOME TAXES $50.00 or less PAID IN FULL ................. Sept. 2nd 1st Half Tax due ........... Sept. 2nd 2nd Half Tax due .......... Nov. 17th (8% penalty added after the due date) Cindy Nelson, Treasurer Big Stone County Ortonville, MN 56278 MCA00 Minnesota Classifiec] Aclvedisinq dwor[ COLORADO RANCH SALE 80 sores $35,900 Only $60/wk Save $$ new and own some of Colorado's best ranches. Enjoy fabulous view of the Rockies with stunning sunsets! Access to 6000 acres of Fed. Rec. area. Yr Red road with tel/efec. Exc. Owner financing. Call Toti Free 8696-5263. Based on 3 yr fixed rate of 6.95% for 15 yrs w/20% down. LAKE BARGAIN $24,900. Free coveted boat slipl Gently sloping lake view parcel w/ nice mix of low rolling meadows & trees. Abs national for- est on 35,000 acre recreational lake in TN. Paved roads, water, sewer, more, Excellent financing. Call now EXECUTIVE CHEF Doolitties Woodfire Grill seeking Executive Chef with vol- ume experierme to open Fargo, ND. Scratch kitchen, large portions. Contact Stephen Nordness, Fax: 952/944-6079, No!dy@doolittlesac.com SALES MANAGERS One of the highest paid jobs in America, Highly successful national company, Will train. We provide appointments. Call Don B00/322-4103, donlrk@vericommcorp.com LOG HOME DEALERS WANTED Greet earning potential, excellent profits. Protected territory, lifetime warranty, Ameran made-honest Value. Call Dsniet Boone Log Homes 888/443-4140 $4K-$6K WEEKLY POTENTIAU Be your own boss! No sailing, we con prove it! Serious only 800/372-3108 IDEAL GIFTS BY FRIENDLY has openings for party plan advisors. Call about our New Manager Program. Decor, Gifts, Toys, Cash, Trips. BANKRUPTCY FROM $499 800/704-3154, ext. 493 Recognition. 800/488-4875 www, lriendlyhome,com TIMEsHARE RESALES 60-80% off Retaill Best Rermcla & Seasons. Call for FREE Catalogt 800/704-0307. 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