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All-City Garage TURDAY, STONE CITY FIRE !LL-8 a.m. to 2 p.m., A/hey. Kids clothes, misc. - 3RD ST. NW-On the from the Armory, ,rn. to 1 p.m.Sewing household items, TOYS and misc. kitchen set, many, many more! :PENINSULA-8 a.m. to nl. Tons of women and clothing, some of miscellaneous. S N. MINNESOTA ST.-8 p.m. Kitchen supplies, ;, sports equipment, toys, PAUL BUNYAN ST.-8 12 noon, Maas resi- Clothing, household bike, dresser, head- ;I&apos;ILAND HWY. & ROAD - 281B-Friday Sept. 17 & 18, 8 :. Two green chairs, tr, craft books, stuffed clothes, dishes, many KNER'S CENEX ON 1ST ST.- ! Stone County Historical rtbers will be having a a.m. to 12 noon. ]l 413 STEPHENS AVE.- 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Lots of women and men's clothing, shoes, dishes, Home Interior, some baked goods, Tupperware, jewelry, knick knacks and many misc. items. In case of rain, will be held the following Saturday. No early sales, please. D 237 - 3RD ST. SE-Friday & Saturday, Sept. 17 & 18, 8-5, 320-839-6286. Antiques, fur- niture, microwave, high chair, crib, playpen, stroller, walker, golf set, golf balls, glassware, bedding, baby clothes, knick knacks, crafts. 549 CLIFF ST.-Garage on Dassel St., 8 a.m.-12 noon. Teen and adult winter clothes, ski machine, snow board, rollerblades (new), toys, quilt tops, misc. 617 PARK AVE. NORTH- 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Junior, plus size, tall men's, boys to 7 clothing, furniture, toys, misc. 412 JACKSON-8 a.m.-2 p.m. Kettle grill, picnic table, car ramps, jig saw, TV, pool, fruit jars, exercise bike, fridge, vinyl gutters, pull cart, saw horse, air conditioner, Christmas tree. i 518 DASSEL AVE.-Alley garage, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Vacuums, brass headboard, loveseat, boxes of miscellaneous, thermos clothing, hanging lamps, chairs/cushions, leaf shredder, misc. PT. 18 k 717 ORCHARD ST.-8 a.m.-I p.m. Toys, tapes and player, pet carrier, jewelry, blood pressure monitor, 10 speed bike, exercise bike, miscellaneous kitchen and household. Lots of baby clothes thru adult sizes. 601 STEPHENS AVE.-8 a.m.-2 p.m. Clothing (chil- dren-adult), picket fence, crafts 'n stuff, fabrics/panels, col- lectibles, lawn mower, typewriter, household items, etc. B 523 DASSEL AVE.-Friday, Sept. 17, 4-6 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 18, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sony 13" color TV, Hoover upright vacuum, stadium blankets, puzzles, books, much misc. B 340 PAUL ST.-9 a.m.-5 p.m. Accordian, old toys 50 yrs.+, Singer sewing machine, 6 yr. baby crib, curtains, wire top fruit jars and more. PAPASSO'S, 2 MILES SW ORTONVILLE ON LQP HWY. 7 (ROSEN ROAD)- 8"30 a.m.-3 p.m. TOYS, TOYS, TOYS - Little Tyke's workbench, tractor with trailer, red coup, motor- cycle, wagon, Fisher Price kitchen, big wheels, trucks, cars, games, etc., bikes, weed trimmer, bugwacker, tools, fishing tackle, ice auger, stroller. Lots more! I 902 HIGHLAND HWY.-8 a.m.-12 noon. Microwave, lots of kitchen/household items, living room chairs, decora- tions, men/women/children clothing, bed frame, stove. Otto Av Av Ortonville Athletic Field Crolm St ord Beach, th Muir i I \\; ] want, ads For rent Pets ] Bellingham/Louis00rg ....  II III   I " " " FOR RENT-Two bedroom apart- GLENDA'S PET GROOMING- , ,,, ,,,, ,, ,, , , merit. Ground floor, no steps. Stove, Located in Big Stone City, SD. Now By Ciarissa Sorenson, Last Thursday night Charles and refrigerator and AC furnished, carrying a full line of pet accessories Phone $68-220,1 Ihla Thomson and Lucille Nelson Rummage & Located one block south of Main and Diamond pet food for dogs and Dorothy Weber was not present at were among guests entertained for garage sales Street in Big Stone City. $250 per cats. For an appointment, call (605) the Community Day drawing supper at the home of Dwight and who are seri- month. Call Dan Scoblic at 605-862- 862-8203. 30-TF* Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 1 when Delaine Magadanz, rural Revillo. between 15- ,,, , 8229. 31-4 her name was called for $100. On Mr. and Mrs. Bill Giese, Luella 63-2029 or e-mail RUMMAGE SALE-Historical , ,, ' I Wednesday, Sept. 8, the drawing will Anderson and Dorothy Weber 33-2 Society now accepting donations for FOR RENT I Prairie Five again be for $100. attended the turkey dinner at Rosen on LEASE SLOUGH a garage sale. Goods will be sold I Mrs. Anneliese Baatzseh and son, Sunday. Saturday, Sept. 18, 8-12 at old Cenex menu Klaus, of Ludersen, Germany, spent Janette Hanson, Don Dittes, Betty hunters. Saturday to Monday at the Lillian Hanson and Cindy Kittelson attended 6 building on First Street. Call (320) ttd][ p.m. 839-3055 33-1 Beautiful i, , , , Wendland home. On Sunday they the 9th birthday party for Danielle :1 be 'JL 31-4 , " .... . , , Nelson at the Dave Bucholz home in [ H calling the Senior Center. When anniversary open house of Lillian s Hendricks on Sunday. " ,' ,,ome-R Two Bedroom Reservations may be made by attended the golden wedding ite MOVE I" TODAY Center the day prior to eating at 839- Donald Opp of Appleton, at the Dean Wagner home in Blaine were n .. requesting a meal call the Senior brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday overnight guests at the I'-'- '- - I 00,,a,*men,s comfortable living 3555before5p.m. HollowayCommunityCenter. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz and ._,.. 9vilaRleo Tuesday, September 14 Last Friday night Mrs. Richard Damn. Addition, guests were Donna " Borgerson, Margaret Klefsaas an.d Boldenow, Denise and Marry I I F T in a nice, quiet location. Meatloaf, Baked Potato/St. Cr., inlL ctnes  [ [ b Laundry facilities, heat Coin carrots, Cookie or Bar, Raisin Leonard Kerkaert attended the Syverson, Tami Maki and children. '  i ] Two Bedroom Apartment and paid, major appliances. Bread. wedding of Steven Brandt and Carrie Thursday afternoon Hilda Brehmer Wednesday, September 15 Donner at Peace Lutheran Church in accompanied Lillian Ninneman and I I One Bedroom Apartment NEAR HOSPITAL Creamed Turkey, Baking Powder Brooklyn Park with many other Warren Drewelow to Danvers to visit  u:t  ] ] Rental assistance available. PHONE Biscuit, Beets, Assorted Pickles, relatives and friends, their cousin, Viola Scherman. I I Call 839-3457 or  Glazed Fruit. Mike and Linda Ribbke from Rock Saturday evening Harriet Kidman i: I "0"2 . .13201.839"3905 Thursday, September 16 Springs, WI arrived Friday evening, visited Minnie Schellberg. Fish, Lemon-Butter Potatoes, On Saturday Mark and Becky Kracke Eileen Weber and Dorothy Weber izm..__ i ll ,,ll  Green Bean Casserole, Strawberry and daughter, Gwenelle, from Lennox, visited Mayme B uchmann Tuesday "- l OVERDUE BILLS? I  Shortcake, Whole Wheat Bread. SD, Jeff and Deb Flowers from morning. Friday, September 17 Mankato all met at Earl and Margaret Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz and Pork Chop, Boiled Schake's to attend the double wedding Daren attended the Minnesota State I CONSOLIDATE DEBT! I ..... L I NO APPLICATION FEES!]  Potatoes/Gravy, Squash, Glorified of Tim Nelson and Venus Anderson Fair on Sunday. Rice, Rye Bread. and Ray Nelson and Judi Halvorson at Tuesday evening Gordon and the Timothy Nelson residence. Venus Joyce Letrud were guests of State !nean  I 1-800-454-6712 Ext. 703 I Monday, September20 is Margaret's daughter. The Ribbkes Bank of Bellingham in honor of i_ ngF.,,, _ I I ,,,, " PIANO WANTED-New "styTe: Salisbury Steak. Mashed itS< t --_--' , I ........ See us For Your !it -CPN's I I Will pay cash. 320-564-4261 after 5 Potatoes/Gravy. Corn. Fruit Sauce. and the Flowers stayed at the Earl Gordon s retirement after serving as a r night hours [ [ Plumbing, Heating and I or leave message anytime. 32-2 Whole Wheat Bread. Schake residence, director of the bank 25 years. Tuesday, September 21 Lucille Hansen and Carl Koepp of Myrtle Kittelson returned home arece, o.th.e_r weekend I I I1 lair Conditioning Needs I evenings, 320-839-3659.FOR SALE-Bundy alto sax. 33-3Call Ham Balls, Parslied Potatoes, CanbYMonday,andAug.Donald30, supperSChakeguestsWereof atSaturdaYthe Wallyafter spendingKittelsonSinCehomeTuesdaYin Coleslaw,Bread. Mock Whip and Chill, Rye Gladys Schake for the belated Montevideo. ,e j [OualityService ~ Reasonably Pricedj birthday anniversary of Gladys. They Dan Dallman and Tony came i t*" I [6off.y.% Ill GET A-JuMPoN THE -I WINTER SEASON... I f   ( also visited at the Donald Schake apartment later.Tamra Bakker and Andrew Lenz Friday, Aug.forJOhnson and Bobby and Gary Lelthe weekend27th and joined RiCkand went on the el";;a7 ] ] ] See us for an Energy I MOLLIE S CHILD CARE in were united in marriage under the Stone Trail Ride. gazebo in a beautiful outdoor The Guild of St. Peter's Luth( I I Efficient Furnace! I Ortonvilledrop_in/back.uphaS openings.fUll time/partM.F, time,vam. DRYWALL & ceremony at Sibley Park in Mankato Church met Friday afternoon, A sort.a25-5414 , ,We carry Rheem & Coleman, 5:30pm. Call Mollie for more info. / PLAS.TERING l p.m.nSaturdayafternn'Aug" 28that4Among the many friends and members27th at the Doris Hansen home,Minnie Giese. Hi Good I I c,,,,,, orTom today/ 1 (320)839-2326. 32-2 | Sheetrocking Tapin9 Texturing I relatives that attended the ceremony Brehmer, Arlene Kareis and Don ll / FREE ESTIMATES ] and reception at the park were Mr. and Weber attending. Minnie was aritan ,, 320-839-2S13 / , |cLco,,..,.g=.co.,oa] Mrs. NedGloege. GlendaReinkeand hostess. I/ :r, er I J'"  David Hofhenke. Mr. and Mrs. Last weekend Becky and , ! "/(-/' 320-568-2149 or I Douglas Gloege and Brooke of May and family of Aitkin "!,1 John Oaka 25 L 320-839-3755 4 Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney visitors at the Charles and De -7 )ffunity Em Io or 229 SE 2nd Street Ortonville, MN ),nity Employer I 229 SE 2nd Street. Ortonville, MN Bakker of Granite Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Thomson homes. I gill . StevenKempandStepbenofGlencoe. Last Friday, Aug. 27, T( .... [ "1 Relativesattended fromasfaras JohnsonandJoyceLetrudtookAt BLE HOUSING AVAILABLE ,.o.. and Florida. Johnson to Fremont. NE where Clayton Sorenson came Friday will attend Midland College. ! able to qualifying senior citizens, couples, singles, evening and spent Saturday until [  [ Sunday morning with his mother, ; rSons and-fatuities. Pay the less of: 30% or income/ CARPET LEANING Cla,issa Soronson Carol Ma.gel  Onae OR S310 per month toward rent and utilities, visited them Saturday afternoon. Her ' ',trace in p privately-owned housing also available to ] JANffORIAL Si=RVIC I= [ sister, Carol Schriener of Willmar qualifying persons. 1 I * Carpet & Furniture Cleaning I visited her Sunday afternoon. , 320-839-3304 I |I *Sm"'WmrDm*"'"='"'" ,' PRINTING i, OurBusiness County Housing. & Redevelopment Authority [ I Call Tom/aullfor r lt/mata I Mdbank, SD * 605-432-5993 301 NW 1st Street Ortonville, MN 56278 [ [ ............ I THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT GET A JUMP ON THE WINTER SEASON... See us for an Energy Efficient Furnace! We carry Rheem & Coleman Johnson and Bobby and Gary Letrud for the weekend and went on the Big The Guild of St. Peter's Lutheran Church met Friday afternoon, Aug. 27th at the Doris Hansen home with Hilda Brehmer, Arlene Kareis and Dorothy Weber attending. Minnie was the Last weekend Becky and Mike May and family of Aitkin were visitors at the Charles and Dennis 27, Terry Johnson and Joyce Letrud took Abbey Johnson to Fremont, NE where she [ H I IIIUtl [[[[ [ [ ] [ II [ 14, 1999  INDEPENDENT Page 9b All-City Garage TURDAY, STONE CITY FIRE !LL-8 a.m. to 2 p.m., A/hey. Kids clothes, misc. - 3RD ST. NW-On the from the Armory, ,rn. to 1 p.m.Sewing household items, TOYS and misc. kitchen set, many, many more! :PENINSULA-8 a.m. to nl. Tons of women and clothing, some of miscellaneous. S N. MINNESOTA ST.-8 p.m. Kitchen supplies, ;, sports equipment, toys, PAUL BUNYAN ST.-8 12 noon, Maas resi- Clothing, household bike, dresser, head- ;I'ILAND HWY. & ROAD - 281B-Friday Sept. 17 & 18, 8 :. Two green chairs, tr, craft books, stuffed clothes, dishes, many KNER'S CENEX ON 1ST ST.- ! Stone County Historical rtbers will be having a a.m. to 12 noon. ]l 413 STEPHENS AVE.- 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Lots of women and men's clothing, shoes, dishes, Home Interior, some baked goods, Tupperware, jewelry, knick knacks and many misc. items. In case of rain, will be held the following Saturday. No early sales, please. D 237 - 3RD ST. SE-Friday & Saturday, Sept. 17 & 18, 8-5, 320-839-6286. Antiques, fur- niture, microwave, high chair, crib, playpen, stroller, walker, golf set, golf balls, glassware, bedding, baby clothes, knick knacks, crafts. 549 CLIFF ST.-Garage on Dassel St., 8 a.m.-12 noon. Teen and adult winter clothes, ski machine, snow board, rollerblades (new), toys, quilt tops, misc. 617 PARK AVE. NORTH- 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Junior, plus size, tall men's, boys to 7 clothing, furniture, toys, misc. 412 JACKSON-8 a.m.-2 p.m. Kettle grill, picnic table, car ramps, jig saw, TV, pool, fruit jars, exercise bike, fridge, vinyl gutters, pull cart, saw horse, air conditioner, Christmas tree. i 518 DASSEL AVE.-Alley garage, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Vacuums, brass headboard, loveseat, boxes of miscellaneous, thermos clothing, hanging lamps, chairs/cushions, leaf shredder, misc. PT. 18 k 717 ORCHARD ST.-8 a.m.-I p.m. Toys, tapes and player, pet carrier, jewelry, blood pressure monitor, 10 speed bike, exercise bike, miscellaneous kitchen and household. Lots of baby clothes thru adult sizes. 601 STEPHENS AVE.-8 a.m.-2 p.m. Clothing (chil- dren-adult), picket fence, crafts 'n stuff, fabrics/panels, col- lectibles, lawn mower, typewriter, household items, etc. B 523 DASSEL AVE.-Friday, Sept. 17, 4-6 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 18, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sony 13" color TV, Hoover upright vacuum, stadium blankets, puzzles, books, much misc. B 340 PAUL ST.-9 a.m.-5 p.m. Accordian, old toys 50 yrs.+, Singer sewing machine, 6 yr. baby crib, curtains, wire top fruit jars and more. PAPASSO'S, 2 MILES SW ORTONVILLE ON LQP HWY. 7 (ROSEN ROAD)- 8"30 a.m.-3 p.m. TOYS, TOYS, TOYS - Little Tyke's workbench, tractor with trailer, red coup, motor- cycle, wagon, Fisher Price kitchen, big wheels, trucks, cars, games, etc., bikes, weed trimmer, bugwacker, tools, fishing tackle, ice auger, stroller. Lots more! I 902 HIGHLAND HWY.-8 a.m.-12 noon. Microwave, lots of kitchen/household items, living room chairs, decora- tions, men/women/children clothing, bed frame, stove. Otto Av Av Ortonville Athletic Field Crolm St ord Beach, th Muir i I \\; ] want, ads For rent Pets ] Bellingham/Louis00rg ....  II III   I " " " FOR RENT-Two bedroom apart- GLENDA'S PET GROOMING- , ,,, ,,,, ,, ,, , , merit. Ground floor, no steps. Stove, Located in Big Stone City, SD. Now By Ciarissa Sorenson, Last Thursday night Charles and refrigerator and AC furnished, carrying a full line of pet accessories Phone $68-220,1 Ihla Thomson and Lucille Nelson Rummage & Located one block south of Main and Diamond pet food for dogs and Dorothy Weber was not present at were among guests entertained for garage sales Street in Big Stone City. $250 per cats. For an appointment, call (605) the Community Day drawing supper at the home of Dwight and who are seri- month. Call Dan Scoblic at 605-862- 862-8203. 30-TF* Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 1 when Delaine Magadanz, rural Revillo. between 15- ,,, , 8229. 31-4 her name was called for $100. On Mr. and Mrs. Bill Giese, Luella 63-2029 or e-mail RUMMAGE SALE-Historical , ,, ' I Wednesday, Sept. 8, the drawing will Anderson and Dorothy Weber 33-2 Society now accepting donations for FOR RENT I Prairie Five again be for $100. attended the turkey dinner at Rosen on LEASE SLOUGH a garage sale. Goods will be sold I Mrs. Anneliese Baatzseh and son, Sunday. Saturday, Sept. 18, 8-12 at old Cenex menu Klaus, of Ludersen, Germany, spent Janette Hanson, Don Dittes, Betty hunters. Saturday to Monday at the Lillian Hanson and Cindy Kittelson attended 6 building on First Street. Call (320) ttd][ p.m. 839-3055 33-1 Beautiful i, , , , Wendland home. On Sunday they the 9th birthday party for Danielle :1 be 'JL 31-4 , " .... . , , Nelson at the Dave Bucholz home in [ H calling the Senior Center. When anniversary open house of Lillian s Hendricks on Sunday. " ,' ,,ome-R Two Bedroom Reservations may be made by attended the golden wedding ite MOVE I" TODAY Center the day prior to eating at 839- Donald Opp of Appleton, at the Dean Wagner home in Blaine were n .. requesting a meal call the Senior brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday overnight guests at the I'-'- '- - I 00,,a,*men,s comfortable living 3555before5p.m. HollowayCommunityCenter. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz and ._,.. 9vilaRleo Tuesday, September 14 Last Friday night Mrs. Richard Damn. Addition, guests were Donna " Borgerson, Margaret Klefsaas an.d Boldenow, Denise and Marry I I F T in a nice, quiet location. Meatloaf, Baked Potato/St. Cr., inlL ctnes  [ [ b Laundry facilities, heat Coin carrots, Cookie or Bar, Raisin Leonard Kerkaert attended the Syverson, Tami Maki and children. '  i ] Two Bedroom Apartment and paid, major appliances. Bread. wedding of Steven Brandt and Carrie Thursday afternoon Hilda Brehmer Wednesday, September 15 Donner at Peace Lutheran Church in accompanied Lillian Ninneman and I I One Bedroom Apartment NEAR HOSPITAL Creamed Turkey, Baking Powder Brooklyn Park with many other Warren Drewelow to Danvers to visit  u:t  ] ] Rental assistance available. PHONE Biscuit, Beets, Assorted Pickles, relatives and friends, their cousin, Viola Scherman. I I Call 839-3457 or  Glazed Fruit. Mike and Linda Ribbke from Rock Saturday evening Harriet Kidman i: I "0"2 . .13201.839"3905 Thursday, September 16 Springs, WI arrived Friday evening, visited Minnie Schellberg. Fish, Lemon-Butter Potatoes, On Saturday Mark and Becky Kracke Eileen Weber and Dorothy Weber izm..__ i ll ,,ll  Green Bean Casserole, Strawberry and daughter, Gwenelle, from Lennox, visited Mayme B uchmann Tuesday "- l OVERDUE BILLS? I  Shortcake, Whole Wheat Bread. SD, Jeff and Deb Flowers from morning. Friday, September 17 Mankato all met at Earl and Margaret Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Maatz and Pork Chop, Boiled Schake's to attend the double wedding Daren attended the Minnesota State I CONSOLIDATE DEBT! I ..... L I NO APPLICATION FEES!]  Potatoes/Gravy, Squash, Glorified of Tim Nelson and Venus Anderson Fair on Sunday. Rice, Rye Bread. and Ray Nelson and Judi Halvorson at Tuesday evening Gordon and the Timothy Nelson residence. Venus Joyce Letrud were guests of State !nean  I 1-800-454-6712 Ext. 703 I Monday, September20 is Margaret's daughter. The Ribbkes Bank of Bellingham in honor of i_ ngF.,,, _ I I ,,,, " PIANO WANTED-New "styTe: Salisbury Steak. Mashed itS< t --_--' , I ........ See us For Your !it -CPN's I I Will pay cash. 320-564-4261 after 5 Potatoes/Gravy. Corn. Fruit Sauce. and the Flowers stayed at the Earl Gordon s retirement after serving as a r night hours [ [ Plumbing, Heating and I or leave message anytime. 32-2 Whole Wheat Bread. Schake residence, director of the bank 25 years. Tuesday, September 21 Lucille Hansen and Carl Koepp of Myrtle Kittelson returned home arece, o.th.e_r weekend I I I1 lair Conditioning Needs I evenings, 320-839-3659.FOR SALE-Bundy alto sax. 33-3Call Ham Balls, Parslied Potatoes, CanbYMonday,andAug.Donald30, supperSChakeguestsWereof atSaturdaYthe Wallyafter spendingKittelsonSinCehomeTuesdaYin Coleslaw,Bread. Mock Whip and Chill, Rye Gladys Schake for the belated Montevideo. ,e j [OualityService ~ Reasonably Pricedj birthday anniversary of Gladys. They Dan Dallman and Tony came i t*" I [6off.y.% Ill GET A-JuMPoN THE -I WINTER SEASON... I f   ( also visited at the Donald Schake apartment later.Tamra Bakker and Andrew Lenz Friday, Aug.forJOhnson and Bobby and Gary Lelthe weekend27th and joined RiCkand went on the el";;a7 ] ] ] See us for an Energy I MOLLIE S CHILD CARE in were united in marriage under the Stone Trail Ride. gazebo in a beautiful outdoor The Guild of St. Peter's Luth( I I Efficient Furnace! I Ortonvilledrop_in/back.uphaS openings.fUll time/partM.F, time,vam. DRYWALL & ceremony at Sibley Park in Mankato Church met Friday afternoon, A sort.a25-5414 , ,We carry Rheem & Coleman, 5:30pm. Call Mollie for more info. / PLAS.TERING l p.m.nSaturdayafternn'Aug" 28that4Among the many friends and members27th at the Doris Hansen home,Minnie Giese. Hi Good I I c,,,,,, orTom today/ 1 (320)839-2326. 32-2 | Sheetrocking Tapin9 Texturing I relatives that attended the ceremony Brehmer, Arlene Kareis and Don ll / FREE ESTIMATES ] and reception at the park were Mr. and Weber attending. Minnie was aritan ,, 320-839-2S13 / , |cLco,,..,.g=.co.,oa] Mrs. NedGloege. GlendaReinkeand hostess. I/ :r, er I J'"  David Hofhenke. Mr. and Mrs. Last weekend Becky and , ! "/(-/' 320-568-2149 or I Douglas Gloege and Brooke of May and family of Aitkin "!,1 John Oaka 25 L 320-839-3755 4 Madison, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney visitors at the Charles and De -7 )ffunity Em Io or 229 SE 2nd Street Ortonville, MN ),nity Employer I 229 SE 2nd Street. Ortonville, MN Bakker of Granite Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Thomson homes. I gill . StevenKempandStepbenofGlencoe. Last Friday, Aug. 27, T( .... [ "1 Relativesattended fromasfaras JohnsonandJoyceLetrudtookAt BLE HOUSING AVAILABLE ,.o.. and Florida. Johnson to Fremont. NE where Clayton Sorenson came Friday will attend Midland College. ! able to qualifying senior citizens, couples, singles, evening and spent Saturday until [  [ Sunday morning with his mother, ; rSons and-fatuities. Pay the less of: 30% or income/ CARPET LEANING Cla,issa Soronson Carol Ma.gel  Onae OR S310 per month toward rent and utilities, visited them Saturday afternoon. Her ' ',trace in p privately-owned housing also available to ] JANffORIAL Si=RVIC I= [ sister, Carol Schriener of Willmar qualifying persons. 1 I * Carpet & Furniture Cleaning I visited her Sunday afternoon. , 320-839-3304 I |I *Sm"'WmrDm*"'"='"'" ,' PRINTING i, OurBusiness County Housing. & Redevelopment Authority [ I Call Tom/aullfor r lt/mata I Mdbank, SD * 605-432-5993 301 NW 1st Street Ortonville, MN 56278 [ [ ............ I THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT GET A JUMP ON THE WINTER SEASON... See us for an Energy Efficient Furnace! We carry Rheem & Coleman Johnson and Bobby and Gary Letrud for the weekend and went on the Big The Guild of St. Peter's Lutheran Church met Friday afternoon, Aug. 27th at the Doris Hansen home with Hilda Brehmer, Arlene Kareis and Dorothy Weber attending. Minnie was the Last weekend Becky and Mike May and family of Aitkin were visitors at the Charles and Dennis 27, Terry Johnson and Joyce Letrud took Abbey Johnson to Fremont, NE where she [ H I IIIUtl [[[[ [ [ ] [ II [ 14, 1999  INDEPENDENT Page 9b