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All-City Garage SATURDAY, SEPT. 19 I Il 794 HIGHLAND HWY,-8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Bicycles, gas grill, teen boy and girls' clothing, Sega and board games, drapes and misc. 441 NW 3RD ST.-In the ll alley, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 220v heater, shallow well pump, snow roof rake, couch, two Xmas tree stands, misc. B 433 N. MINNESOTA ST,-8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Clothes - girls 6-12, women, x-large mens; new pickup set covers, greeting cards, household items, misc. HWY. 75 NORTH OF ECONOLODGE-Berkner storage building, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Furniture, bikes, clothing, hunt- ing and fishing equipment and misc. A few antiques. r SKEEZICKS' TEEN CENTER-Corner of Main and Monroe in Ortonville, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Multi-family sale with boys 4T-5T, young men, teen and women's good clean clothing, coats, shoes, jeans, sweaters, queen size bedspreads, pictures, kitchen items, Brother word processor, furniture, much misc. [ 47 NW 2ND ST.-(old O'Kayes Furniture store) Winter coats, clothes for all ages, toys, electrical appliances. All proceeds and donations to benefit victims of domestic violence for Big Stone County. 605 N. MINNESOTA ST.- New Life Community Baptist Church, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Clothes, sporting goods, house- wares, misc., bikes, golf clubs, ken- nel, single brass bed, restaurant tables, hybri'd iris, etc. I c loathe 228 SE 3RD ST.-Garage in back. Newborn-size 12 in girls, boys newborn-size 5 an s'd mens and ladies clothing, toys misc., pictures, fishing boat. I 749 LAKE AVE.-8 a.m.-12 ill noon. Teen to adult clothing, I misc., knick knacks, TV. Everything 25 unless marked differ- ently. 1 417 LINCOLN AVE.-8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Stereo,.microwave, I exercise equipment, dressers, bed, two air conditioners, ladders, mower, chain saws and misc. I i 237 - 3RD ST. SE- Friday, Sept. 18 & Saturday, Sept. 19, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., (320) B 525 STEPHENS AVE.-9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Girls clothes 0-9 months, boys 0-5T, maternity clothes and misc. B 572 CLIFF ST.-9 a.m.-2 p.m. Lots of miscellaneous. B 644 PAUL BUNYAN ST.- Friday, Sept. 18 from 4-8 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 19 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Clothing for all ages, furniture, misc. household, irons, baby items and plants. Br HIGHLAND HIGHWAY- Gregory Peterson residence. Boys and girls clothing, bikes, toys and household goods. 8 a.m.-2 p.m. 839-6286. Eight families - dresser, microwave, crib, playpen, high chair,  IST STREET NEX'F TO crafts, lawn mower, dehumidifier,- [[t]! GUYed IgXPRESS'L- Beanie Babies, emote, (f'm,mx) 7:30. player, computer equipment, golf set, much more. Ill ml 301 DYER ST.-Men and boys clothing, hildren's toys, books and tapes, child's bike, potty chair and car booster seat, misc. 8:30-12 noon, after 11 a.m. most prices reduced. 309 N. MINNESOTA ST.-7 a.m. to 12 noon. Sliding door drapes, Tupperware, misc. I 229 MICHIGAN AVE.-Bud Knippen residence, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Men, women and teen clothing, dishes, jewelry, games, knick knacks, bedding and bargains for everyone. to 2:30 p.m. Multi-family sale with games, toys, cabinet, clothing, table saw and lots of misc. B HIGHLAND HWY. & RITA ROAD 2$1B-Last house on right, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Garage and craft sale with plants, doilies, towels, dishcloths, decorative fans and flowers and many other items. B LAKEROAD HWY, 7 FIRE NO. L18-Clothes, some new, sizes 10 to 14, petite and larger. Antique sleds, knick knacks and others. Anne Peterson, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. D HILLTOP MANOR GARAGE #6-8 a.m.-12 noon. Children's clothes, girls to size 6, boys to size 3, fluffy rugs, misc. W 572 N. MINNESOTA ST.- 8:30 a.m.-l:30 p.m. Antique clothing, console color TV, 13" black and white TV, portable potty, games, dishes, vases, pots, crib, clothing, misc. 104 NW 4TH ST.-9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Women and men's clothing of all sizes, little girls clothing from newborn to 3T, children's clothing, jewelry, baked goods, household items, kitchen sink and cupboard, Home Interior, plants, much misc. D 523 DASSEL AVE.-Friday, Sept. 18 from 4-6 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 19 from 9 to 12 noon. Books, toys, household items, some children's clothing, much misc. SEV'S GRAVEL & z.q EXCAVATING SHOP-7:30 to 3:30, You name it. Anything to everything. 12 SE 5TH-At Kochs from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Quilt and rug materials, puzzles, hooks, large size clothing, dishes, shades, crafts, birdhouses, much misc. Not responsible for acci- dents. 532 CLIFF ST.-8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Christmas Boutique. 746 GRACE ST.-8:30 a.m. to Tp.m. Clothing of various sizes (includ- ingbaby); toys, games, bikes, infant ROD GROSSMAN (SOUTH ON HWY 7)- Hours 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Sporting equipment (golf, fishing), sports cards, furniture, toys and games, children and adult clothing (name brands, winter). rlm 568 N. MINNESOTA ST.-7:30 a.m.-12 noon. Bikes, infant car seats, curtains, blinds, kids'winter boots, clothing - infant to adult, little boys clothing, wall hangings and some fur- niture. m, Archery Ran L Goff Course [] Athletic Fk,./d Ortonville Athletic Field Schol l tSt i I I ! ' I ' Big Stone City Sponsored by the Ortonville Independent uS; m 641 JEFFERSON m (y)PAUL BIJ{AN-8 m 3 AVE.-Three family sale a.m. to 12 noon. Deep HWY. from %11:30 a.m. Very freeze, window treat- MILE large assortment of little girls cloth- meats, kitchen sink, bath sink and Lots of infant ing up to size 10-12, toys, two year vanity, counter top, lawn furniture, homemade baby Lotus egaitW_ ,   bbe, r raft, much househ?ld misc .... ajJ!ousehold items, Home Interior, knick knacks, wom- 732 GRACE ST.-8:30 igodog kennels, ens and plus clothing, misc. items, much misc. 351 JAYNE ST.-BIG STONE CITY, SD-8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Home Interior items, lots of misc. items. EI 645 JEFFERSON AVE.- 8 to ?. Lots of miscellaneous and col- lectibles. Air conditioner. 410 LAKE DRIVE - BIG STONE CITY, SD - Liane's Customized Gift Shop, 8 a.m. to 12 noon. 20% off wreaths, wall hangings, gift baskets, table linen sets, special orders. THINK CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Follow balloons on "Liane's" signs. m a.m.-2 p.m. Girls 2T through adults, toys, computer, waterbed, freezer, 6 year beds, tools, antiques, Wm. Rogers sil- verware, Fisher Price toys, dresser, misc. items. E 332 PAUL ST.-Friday, Sept. 18 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 19 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Furniture, Home Interior, decora- tions, children's toys, girls clothing 2T-4T, women's clothing, household and misc. m ON a.m. to 7. and of dishes and g! misc. L00 MORE & GARAGE LISTED R CLASSIFIED Jaymz Larson honored by Iowa cable Two Iowa cable systems have been honored by the Iowa Cable & Telecommunications Association for their commitment to their communities. One of the winners of the Excellence Awards from Iowa Cable was *TCI of Cedar Rapids for Excellence in Support of Education. The system was recognized for its commitment to the educational science program, h All Adds Up! "It All Adds Up! is a terrific  educational program for the Cedar Rapids area schools," Tom Graves of Iowa Cable said. "TCI of Cedar Rapids clearly deserved this recognition this year." Jaymz Larson, formerly of Ortonville is the producer and cast member of "It All Adds Up." Jaymz has been producing the show for two years. The show airs twice a week and is sponsored by Rockwell Collins. INDEPENDENT WANT ADS PAY Extension report I Carrie Olson, County Extension Educator BACKPACK SUPPORT If your child is one who doesn't volunteer much about what happened at school, there is a way to get a conversation started. Take a look at what came home in  your child's backpack. Children who won't respond to general questions like, "How was school?" often will answer specific questions. For example, if your child has a world,map in his backpack, ask him how he used it in class and what he learned. Starting conversations is a key to showing your child you support them. Kids can be successful without a lot of outside help. Here are four things that will make any child more successful: 1. Support - Kids need to know that someone is in their corner. They can be successful if they feel that someone cares deeply about whether they succeed or fail and if someone is proud of their successes and their I II II efforts. Tell them. 2. Boundaries and expectations - Kids need adults who act like adults. Parents who are firm and loving have children who do better at school, feel more self confident and get into less trouble than kids whose parents are too strict.., or too lenient. 3. Empowerment - All people need to know they make a difference. Encourage children to provide service to others. Make sure they take part in school, community or religious organizations that give them the chance to do community service. 4. Constructive use of time - After school, kids still need to be involved in constructive activities. Research shows that children who watch more than 10 hours of TV per week are at greater risk of drug use, early sexual experience, and school failure. Source: Peter C. Scales, "How to Equip Our Children for Success, "Our Children, " September/October 1996 (Specialty Publications, Inc., 6242 E. V. Avenue, Vicksburg, MI 49097- 9328, 616/345-1727). Accident occurs Sat. on Main Street On Saturday morning at shortly after 10:30 a.m., a two-vehicle accident occurred along N.W. Second Street near Pamida in Ortonville. According to the Ortonville Police Department, a 1984 Buick Regal, driven by Lori Erickson, 33, of Ortonville was traveling south along Second Street when it collided with a 1994 Buick Lesabre, driven by Gertrude Deboer, 82, of Milbank, SD. Police records indicated that Deboer had pulled out from her parking spot as Erickson was driving by, and neither driver had seen each other. Erickson was transported to the Ortonville Hospital and later released. Damage to the Erickson vehicle is estimated at $1,000, and damage to the Deboer vehicle is estimated at $2,000, according to police records. No charges have been filed in the incident. Relay for Life bingo Big Stone County's Unit of American Cancer Society will sponsor a Bingo Party Sunday, Sept. 20th from 7 to 9 p.m. to give all the donated gifts from the Ortonville and Big Stone merchants. Cards will be available at $2 each. anyone wearing a Relay for Life shirt may purchase cards 3 for $5. The games will pay $10 for the first winner, plus 2 prizes from the BE AN ALL WEATHER GARDENER WITH A... Warmer in winter Cooler in summer Regulates temperature and humidity Proven in Alaska, Yukon, B.C., Wash., Montana Virtually impervious to wind and hail GROW VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS IN ALL WEATHER! 8' wide, by any length in 5' sections. Moulded ULTRA VIOLET REFLECTING FIBERGLASS pre- vents plant burning and overheating. No maintenance. No foundation needed. Purchase cost, only cost. DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTuRER. Delivered and assembled, with a 20 year warranty. SEE US AT: BERENS WAREHOUSE GROCERY East I-h. 12, Milbank, SD Sept. 16 & 17, 1998 Sales rep. available 11:O0 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ORDER NOW FOR FREE FAIL DELIVERY GIVING EARLY SPRING USE donated gifts for wnners 2 and 3. Games 5, 10 and 15 will be "cover all" games for a more expensive prize worth $75 to $100. Come to St. John's Catholic church at 7 p.m. for this "Relay for Life" Bingo Party. Lunch will be served. All are welcome to play bingo, even if not on a Relay Team. Americ,on Heart lotion WET RGHgNG FC YOUR UFE Mobile Tuesday, Sept. 9 Sept. 11 (No Dorothy Gmiterko, Bud Knippen. Monday, Sept. 1  Sept. 18: Norm Floyd Guse, Gene Dr. Gregory J. Peterson Specializing in Back, Neck and Extremity Care for the Entire Farnihj. Phone 3 OFFICE HOURS: Mort., Wed., Fri. Tues. & Thurs. 8:30-12:00; Sat. by 215 SE 2nd Street Ortonviile' I Office (320) 839-2323 Hoffte (250) 19 1-3226 Page S  INDEPENDENT Tuesday,