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Kathi Kremer, Family Healthcare Join Graceville Health Center Graceville Health Center announces that Kathi Kremer, MSN, RN, CS, FNP and Family Healthcare in Wheaten, are now associated with Graceville Health Center. She will continue to see patients at Family Healthcare in Wheaten. A 1989 Wheaten high school grad- uate, Kathi is a Certified Nurse Practitioner, and has operated her Clinic in Wheaten since February 2, 1998. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, receiving 'her Masters in May 1997, as a Nurse Practitioner. Prior to that she received her RN degree from NDSU, and was employed at the Wheaten Hospital for four years. She and her husband, Mike Kremer, were married in 1993 are lifelong residents of Wheaten. Mike is the publisher of the Gazette Publishing Company. They have two children, Kalli, age four and Jadyn, age 16 months. Kathi enjoys spend- ing time with family and friends, traveling, scrapbooking and golf. She is the daughter of Gene and Eileen Lundquist of Wheaten. Kathi stated, "I feel that our affili- ation with the Graceville Health Center will help me to provide a broader access of care to patients in the area." She specializes in preven- KATHI KREMER. CFNP, left, and her staff at Family Healthcare in Wheaton have joined Graceville Health Center. Julie Ernst, center, is the Clinic Manager and Rose Lubben, LPN, right, is a clinic nurse. Not pic- tured is clinic nurse, Paula Baxter, LPN. tative medicine, health and wellness education, as well as treatment. A nurse practitioner is qualified to pro- vide many health services, including treatment of minor illnesses, and will refer you to a physician if a serious health problem is discovered. Her Wheaten clinic is staffed by Julie Ernst as Clinic Manager; Rose Lubben. I.PN, and Paula Baxter+ LPN. (adv.) Rice Hospice Memorial Service The Rice Hospice Program -- Appleton, Benson, Dawson, Granite Falls, Montevideo, Ortonville/Graceville, Paynesville and Willmar -- is sponsoring two memorial services. Special recognition will be given to those who were patients in the Rice Hospice Program and died between April 1, 2003 and Sept. 30, 2003 - anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one is invited to attend. The services will be held this Thursday, Oct. 30th, 2003 at the following times and locations: Thursday, Oct. 30, 3 p.m., Assembly of God, 1620 - llTh Avenue, Granite Falls Thursday, Oct. 30, 3 p.m., Bethel Lutheran Church, 411 Becker Avenue SW, Willmar Our memorial services are followed by a time of fellowship and refreshment. Family, friends and hospice workers are encouraged to attend one of the memorial services. You may call Brenda Wiese, Hospice Social Worker, Wil Office, 320-231-44 more information. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BI Outpatient Dialysis Center ORTONVILLE AREA HEALTH SERVICES Ortonville, Minnesota Ortonville Area Health Services will receive sealed bids in duplicate for the Dialysis Center for Ortonville Area Health Services, Ortonville, Minnesota. be delivered to the office of Mr. Ken Archer, CEO at Ortonville Area Health 750 Eastvold Avenue, Ortonville, Minnesota, on or before 3:00 PM, November 13, 2003, at which time bids will be taken to the Council C Madison Avenue, and publicly opened and read aloud. The scope of work will be performed under a single Prime Contract. Form of Proposal, Drawings and Specifications will be on file at the office of Architects PA, 104 West Redwood, Marshall, Minnesota; Associated Consultir Engineers, Inc., 110 East Twelfth Street, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57104; E Exchanges at Willmar, Marshall, Minneapolis, St. Cloud, St. Paul and Minnesota and at Sioux Falls, South Dakotgt; the F. W. Dodge Company, Minnesota, and Construction Market Data, New Hope, Minnesota. Documents will be available on or after October 28, 2003. Drawings, Specifications and other documents may be obtained at the Architect, 104 West Redwood, Marshall, Minnesota. Bidders are requested to attend a pre-bid conference that will be held Ortonville Area Health Services, 750 Eastvold Avenue, Ortonville, Wednesday, November 5, 2003 at 3:00 AM. , WEATHERING THE COLD, Ortonville's Dalen Roe gave carriage rijs during Saturday's Bonanza Days EestiyaJ, Des te cold temperatures and a little snow, many pple enjOeBonanza Days, and I rticipat˘ d ,,  ; P * .i ..... , .... ,  i,   , , ,, ..... m the carnage rmes. Bellingham news By Margret Stueckrath Phone 568-2430 Maynard Rien was not present when his name was called for $80 at the Bellingham Community Day Drawing on Oct. 22. The drawing will be for $100 on Oct. 29. Guests at the home of Marlyn (Holtan) Johnson in Willmar for a pot luck noon luncheon and afternoon on Wednesday, Oct. 15 were Marlyce (Roiland) Gilbertson of St. James, Mavis (Labraaten) Olson of Milbank, SD, Marlys (Skordahl) Radermacher of Montevideo, Sharon (Mrs. Charles Skordahl) of Dawson, Eileen (Skordahl) Sather of Madison, Elsie (Skjei) Bergerson, Carol (Skjei) Bergerson of Madison, Sylvia (Skjei) Pridahl of Tauten, Lucille Nelson, Lorraine (Schake) Crosby of Madison, Ihla Thomson and Carol Olson. All are former Louisburg gals. Larry Larson of Lafayette, CO visited at the Lawrence Rakow home on Wednesday afternoon. Later Clarence and Dale Hiepler, Craig Rakow, Larry Larson and Lawrence and Fran Rakow all enjoyed supper at Club 75. Nancy Olson and Lynette Nelson were Friday evening visitors at the home of Lucille Nelson. Wally and Lois Larson visited with Larry and Mavis Dale at Watertown, SD on Saturday afternoon and enjoyed the Pizza Ranch buffet with them for supper. Joleen and Lucas Van Hoorn and Lois Larson attended the family fun night and pot luck at the Louisburg church on Sunday evening. Ron Nelson worked for Bellingham Transfer Saturday with Dwight Borgerson making deliveries. Monday visitors at Ron Nelson's were Joyce Koistinen from Watertown and Mel Omen from Madison. Marlys Kunde, Lucille Nelson, Lois Larson, Dianne Dybevik, Carol Olson and Margaret Klefsaas of St. Paul's Church and Betty Stensrud, Betty Nelson, Donna Anderson, Marylyn Boxrud and Ruth Larson of Louisburg all attended the LqP Fall Conference Fall Gathering at the Granite Falls Lutheran Church on Tuesday evening, Oct. 2 I. Margret Stueckrath was a Wednesday afternoon caller at the home of Lawrence and Fran Rakow. Louisburg Stephen May of Aitkin spent Thursday to Sunday at the Charles and Dennis Thomson homes. Charles and lhla Thomson, Bervin and Arlene Skjei of Appleton and Ann Miller of Madison visited Friday evening at Lucille Borstads at Hilltop Apt, in Madison. All bids must be accompanied by a Cashiers Check or Bid bond payable to i Area Health Services, Ortonville, Minnesota, in an amount equal to five perc of the total amount of the bid. No bid may be withdrawn within thirty (30) scheduled closing time for the receipt of bids without consent of Owner. The owner reserves the dght to reject any or all DigS ana to waive any inror the bidding. Ortonville Area Health Services Ortonville, Minnesota Dated: October 20, 2003 (Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 11,2003) announces,. ALL New 6MC's 03's & (out of stock or special order) FACTORYTO DEALER W//0/00SA/I 04 Work Fees / ...... No Exceptions! (00UALIFYING RETAIL INCENTIVES MINUS ALL ............... .............. ....... .............. ............... f 00NO Paper *' ...... Formula ) NO Setup Charges • '03 Sierra Z'/1 Sportside .... ............ ............... 4x4 * TOtal Reb_e,. Retail Price '35,213.00 & Discount e !  Factory Invoice '30,144.23 i ----vSslP-lGJl 7)' Current Rebates -s3,500.00 ................... ................ YOur Price s26,644.23 '03 Envoy XL SLE 4x4 " ::Tota! Reba Retail Price '35378.00/ & DiSCount Factory Invoice '32,043.53. ., Current Rebate 3,500.00 $ ........ % Your Price ..... ' .... Page 6  INDEPENDENT, Kathi Kremer, Family Healthcare Join Graceville Health Center Graceville Health Center announces that Kathi Kremer, MSN, RN, CS, FNP and Family Healthcare in Wheaten, are now associated with Graceville Health Center. She will continue to see patients at Family Healthcare in Wheaten. A 1989 Wheaten high school grad- uate, Kathi is a Certified Nurse Practitioner, and has operated her Clinic in Wheaten since February 2, 1998. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, receiving 'her Masters in May 1997, as a Nurse Practitioner. Prior to that she received her RN degree from NDSU, and was employed at the Wheaten Hospital for four years. She and her husband, Mike Kremer, were married in 1993 are lifelong residents of Wheaten. Mike is the publisher of the Gazette Publishing Company. They have two children, Kalli, age four and Jadyn, age 16 months. Kathi enjoys spend- ing time with family and friends, traveling, scrapbooking and golf. She is the daughter of Gene and Eileen Lundquist of Wheaten. Kathi stated, "I feel that our affili- ation with the Graceville Health Center will help me to provide a broader access of care to patients in the area." She specializes in preven- KATHI KREMER. CFNP, left, and her staff at Family Healthcare in Wheaton have joined Graceville Health Center. Julie Ernst, center, is the Clinic Manager and Rose Lubben, LPN, right, is a clinic nurse. Not pic- tured is clinic nurse, Paula Baxter, LPN. tative medicine, health and wellness education, as well as treatment. A nurse practitioner is qualified to pro- vide many health services, including treatment of minor illnesses, and will refer you to a physician if a serious health problem is discovered. Her Wheaten clinic is staffed by Julie Ernst as Clinic Manager; Rose Lubben. I.PN, and Paula Baxter+ LPN. (adv.) Rice Hospice Memorial Service The Rice Hospice Program -- Appleton, Benson, Dawson, Granite Falls, Montevideo, Ortonville/Graceville, Paynesville and Willmar -- is sponsoring two memorial services. Special recognition will be given to those who were patients in the Rice Hospice Program and died between April 1, 2003 and Sept. 30, 2003 - anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one is invited to attend. The services will be held this Thursday, Oct. 30th, 2003 at the following times and locations: Thursday, Oct. 30, 3 p.m., Assembly of God, 1620 - llTh Avenue, Granite Falls Thursday, Oct. 30, 3 p.m., Bethel Lutheran Church, 411 Becker Avenue SW, Willmar Our memorial services are followed by a time of fellowship and refreshment. Family, friends and hospice workers are encouraged to attend one of the memorial services. You may call Brenda Wiese, Hospice Social Worker, Wil Office, 320-231-44 more information. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BI Outpatient Dialysis Center ORTONVILLE AREA HEALTH SERVICES Ortonville, Minnesota Ortonville Area Health Services will receive sealed bids in duplicate for the Dialysis Center for Ortonville Area Health Services, Ortonville, Minnesota. be delivered to the office of Mr. Ken Archer, CEO at Ortonville Area Health 750 Eastvold Avenue, Ortonville, Minnesota, on or before 3:00 PM, November 13, 2003, at which time bids will be taken to the Council C Madison Avenue, and publicly opened and read aloud. The scope of work will be performed under a single Prime Contract. Form of Proposal, Drawings and Specifications will be on file at the office of Architects PA, 104 West Redwood, Marshall, Minnesota; Associated Consultir Engineers, Inc., 110 East Twelfth Street, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57104; E Exchanges at Willmar, Marshall, Minneapolis, St. Cloud, St. Paul and Minnesota and at Sioux Falls, South Dakotgt; the F. W. Dodge Company, Minnesota, and Construction Market Data, New Hope, Minnesota. Documents will be available on or after October 28, 2003. Drawings, Specifications and other documents may be obtained at the Architect, 104 West Redwood, Marshall, Minnesota. Bidders are requested to attend a pre-bid conference that will be held Ortonville Area Health Services, 750 Eastvold Avenue, Ortonville, Wednesday, November 5, 2003 at 3:00 AM. , WEATHERING THE COLD, Ortonville's Dalen Roe gave carriage rijs during Saturday's Bonanza Days EestiyaJ, Des te cold temperatures and a little snow, many pple enjOeBonanza Days, and I rticipat˘ d ,,  ; P * .i ..... , .... ,  i,   , , ,, ..... m the carnage rmes. Bellingham news By Margret Stueckrath Phone 568-2430 Maynard Rien was not present when his name was called for $80 at the Bellingham Community Day Drawing on Oct. 22. The drawing will be for $100 on Oct. 29. Guests at the home of Marlyn (Holtan) Johnson in Willmar for a pot luck noon luncheon and afternoon on Wednesday, Oct. 15 were Marlyce (Roiland) Gilbertson of St. James, Mavis (Labraaten) Olson of Milbank, SD, Marlys (Skordahl) Radermacher of Montevideo, Sharon (Mrs. Charles Skordahl) of Dawson, Eileen (Skordahl) Sather of Madison, Elsie (Skjei) Bergerson, Carol (Skjei) Bergerson of Madison, Sylvia (Skjei) Pridahl of Tauten, Lucille Nelson, Lorraine (Schake) Crosby of Madison, Ihla Thomson and Carol Olson. All are former Louisburg gals. Larry Larson of Lafayette, CO visited at the Lawrence Rakow home on Wednesday afternoon. Later Clarence and Dale Hiepler, Craig Rakow, Larry Larson and Lawrence and Fran Rakow all enjoyed supper at Club 75. Nancy Olson and Lynette Nelson were Friday evening visitors at the home of Lucille Nelson. Wally and Lois Larson visited with Larry and Mavis Dale at Watertown, SD on Saturday afternoon and enjoyed the Pizza Ranch buffet with them for supper. Joleen and Lucas Van Hoorn and Lois Larson attended the family fun night and pot luck at the Louisburg church on Sunday evening. Ron Nelson worked for Bellingham Transfer Saturday with Dwight Borgerson making deliveries. Monday visitors at Ron Nelson's were Joyce Koistinen from Watertown and Mel Omen from Madison. Marlys Kunde, Lucille Nelson, Lois Larson, Dianne Dybevik, Carol Olson and Margaret Klefsaas of St. Paul's Church and Betty Stensrud, Betty Nelson, Donna Anderson, Marylyn Boxrud and Ruth Larson of Louisburg all attended the LqP Fall Conference Fall Gathering at the Granite Falls Lutheran Church on Tuesday evening, Oct. 2 I. Margret Stueckrath was a Wednesday afternoon caller at the home of Lawrence and Fran Rakow. Louisburg Stephen May of Aitkin spent Thursday to Sunday at the Charles and Dennis Thomson homes. Charles and lhla Thomson, Bervin and Arlene Skjei of Appleton and Ann Miller of Madison visited Friday evening at Lucille Borstads at Hilltop Apt, in Madison. All bids must be accompanied by a Cashiers Check or Bid bond payable to i Area Health Services, Ortonville, Minnesota, in an amount equal to five perc of the total amount of the bid. No bid may be withdrawn within thirty (30) scheduled closing time for the receipt of bids without consent of Owner. The owner reserves the dght to reject any or all DigS ana to waive any inror the bidding. Ortonville Area Health Services Ortonville, Minnesota Dated: October 20, 2003 (Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 11,2003) announces,. ALL New 6MC's 03's & (out of stock or special order) FACTORYTO DEALER W//0/00SA/I 04 Work Fees / ...... No Exceptions! (00UALIFYING RETAIL INCENTIVES MINUS ALL ............... .............. ....... .............. ............... f 00NO Paper *' ...... Formula ) NO Setup Charges • '03 Sierra Z'/1 Sportside .... ............ ............... 4x4 * TOtal Reb_e,. Retail Price '35,213.00 & Discount e !  Factory Invoice '30,144.23 i ----vSslP-lGJl 7)' Current Rebates -s3,500.00 ................... ................ YOur Price s26,644.23 '03 Envoy XL SLE 4x4 " ::Tota! Reba Retail Price '35378.00/ & DiSCount Factory Invoice '32,043.53. ., Current Rebate 3,500.00 $ ........ % Your Price ..... ' .... Page 6  INDEPENDENT,